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Tho Carne Will ] Seat
Probably thc wer?] ut thc head of
thia will catch thc (?yes of a [rood
many young men who do not usually
read editorials, but lo whom anything
about gambling is of more interest than
any other subject. When a man is in
that conJition he needs some talking
to and it is time for him to do some
Probably there arc in Richmond a
number of shabby looking men, some
young and some old, who bang around
the gambling places and pike at faro,
trying to take in half thc lay-out,
open and coppered, with one white
chip, pitifully begging chips :-A poker
games, scraping their pockets to shoot
away a few coins :.<. craps. There are
mon who can't, sleep and can't keep
away from thc game even when they
have not a cent to play with and who
sit around wistfully to pick up sleep
ers or in the vague hope that some
body in luck will give i hem a few
cents or dollars. Thcco are the men
who arc tolerated for a time and theu
barred out. If they are not in Rich
mond this is the only town where there
are gambling houses that lacks them.
You youngster, with a job or an in
come, look at these wrecks with a
pitying contempt. Do you ever think
that a few years ago they were just
where you aro now-beginning at thc
game with jobs and prospects and
hopes? lt is just as sure tbat if you
stick to it you will bc whero they arc,
or perhaps worse. They arc compara
tively lucky. Hundreds and thou
sands of those who aro treading the
road you are walking in are in the
penitentiaries or on tho road. Every
year hundreds of men who once wore
clothes ns good as yours or better,
who had as much sense and character
as you have aud as good connections,
are fished out of the rivers around the
big cities or found dead on freight
trains or picked up along the roads
and sent to die ju strange alms bouses
and to be buried like so many ani
mals, with "Unknown Tramp" as
their only epitaphs.
The gamo will beat you in tho end.
Every gambler will tell you that.
There is no doubt about it. The dif
feronoe between good luck and bad at
it is that, with tho cards or the wheel
or dice running your way, you will last
a little longer. The time must como
when you must quit. If you are luoky
enough to be able to quit before you
have ruined yourself you will ber all
the money out you have lost and many
a bitter day in the future you will
wish you had it and see where you
oould do much better for yourself or
somebody you would like to help if
you had it.
Do you ever think of the histories
and the tragedies behind these old
pikers and dead beats, to say nothing
of the tramps at whom you laugh now?
All of them had women who loved
them and hoped for them, just as you
sonny, probably have. Most of these
wrecks represent humiliations more
bitter than can be written or told,
long heartaches and the siokening
sliding away of pride and confidence
and faith, and all that makes lifo beau
tiful and worth living. Every man
who goes to tho bad, as a rule, repre
sents the agony of some helpless and
unoffending woman. If you are any
kind of a man at all that is something
that 'you will take into considera
We are satisfied that some man will
read this who already has felt thc bit
terness and thc horror and thc sting
of thc disease. Maybe already you
are up to your eyes in debt, or, worse
have begun to dip into money belong
No use to hunt tigers with
bird-shot. It doesn't hurt the
tiger any and it's awfully risky
Consumption is a tiger
among diseases. It is stealthy
-but once started it rapidly
eats up the flesh and destroys
the life. No use to go hunting
it with ordinary food and med
icine. That's only bird-shot.
It still advances. Good heavy 1
charges of Scotts Envision
will stop thc advance. The
disease fcc'.s that.
?cott's Emulsion makes th?
both- strong to rcsjft. lt
seethes r.i.d toughens tho lungs
and sustains the strength until
the disease wears itself out.
\ Send for free sample.
SCOTT & DOWNE. Chemtet?. 409 Pearl S?., X.T.
1 toe and all druggists.
)ES NOT PAY.
V< m in tl LG End" r^yoi'y
ing to somebody oise, intending to pay '
it back and fooling yourself with tao
. idea that you are honest. There is
just one way to stop and that is to
stop. Don't eliug to the idea t li ut
! some time things must turn your way
; and that when you have pulled out
of the hole you will swear off for good.
The penitentiaries and asylums are
full of men who have been right along
there The percentage of th?.' game
must heat you. if you get a strictly
fair .showing-which you do about
onee in ten times. The gamblers are
not in tho business for amusement and
are not going to jive you any chance
they cari lied p. When they are abso
lutely <<n ?!.'- level you have thc same
chance against them ?hat any amateur
has agaiu.st a professional a?, any oth
er game-the -ame chalice you would
havi- in a light against Corbett or at
billards against I ves.
(?uit and do it now withou any re
! servalioii.s about next time or any pe
! rind of swearing off. There is just the
one way to stop gambling and that is
? a hard one, and you will find that it
will test all the manhood you have if
you have thc disease badly. Some of
you who do not acknowledge that you
have it can hardly wait for your place
to close or to get your suppers before
you are hunting up the game, and you
think of it all day and dream of it all
night, and try to piek lucky hunches
out of thc street numbers.
If you have reached that stage you
had better go down on your knees and
ask God Almighty to help you, and
you had better also go to somebody
you can trust, make a clean breast of
it and cet what you may need to put
you somewhere in hailing distance, of
I honesty. Then make up your mind
\ earnestly and honestly, stick to it and
j got yourself interested in something
ebe until the craving and the habit
And you who have not yet begun er
who are dabbling iu it, now is the
time, and the ouo safe time, to drop
it.-A. li. Williams, in the Richmond
Senator Mason Tells a Story.
Senator Mason, the rotund states
man from Illinois, told a story today,
says the Washington correspondent of
the Philadelphia North Amerioan,
about a friend of his, Bill Visscher
by name, a newspaper man of Chicago.
Visscher, he said, was in Deadwood,
S. D., before that state jhad been out
in two, and was a victim of exceeding
bad luck. He had no money, and
was walkin? the streets wondering
how he could get a drink of whiskey
to oheer him up. Re saw a number
of miners and oowboys enter a saloon,
and noticing that they were particu
larly disreputable in appearance and
all cai ried guns, he followed them
When he got inside he addressed
tho assemblage without waiting for
the formality of an introduction.
"Gentlemen," he said, "I have
just witnessed a most deplorable inci
dent. In a saloon down tho street a
man with a gun forced an unarmed
stranger from the cast to take a drink
of whiskey, oven though the stranger
protested that he had never tasted li
quor in his lifo, and was morally op
posed to its uso. Now," said Viss
cher, glaring around him, "I would
like to see soiuo one try to make me
take a drink against my will."
He had hardly uttered the words,
when there was a pistol shot, and n
bullet buried itself in thc floor at his
"Hold on," he shouted. "You
'nave mc at a disadvantage. I left my
gun at tho hotel."
"Never mind that," said the man
who had fired thc shot. "Here, bar
keeper," he cried to thc man behind
the har, "Put up six glasses there,
and fil' them all. Y'ou," ha said,
turning fiercely upon Visscher, "will
drit.! all of them."
Vii ?her protested, but another
bullet struck the floor at his feet, and
he thereupon turned his attention, to
the bar. The glasses had all been
filled, while the man with the gun
stood ready to enforee his command.
When Visscher had taken the last
drink and a row of empty glasses stood
before him on the bar, he turned a
glowiug and smiling faoe upon the bad
mea around him.
"Now, gentlemen," he said, cheer
fully, "if any one will fill those glass
es up again I'll drink my way baok up
the line again."
- "One oannot master the piano
without hard work," said the young
woman. "Still, it shouldn't be all
work and no play," remarked the man
with sensitive nerves who lives next
- Some fellows propose out of
curiosity, just to see what the girl
WhNkcy and thc Procession.
"lt is apparent," said a Charlotte
mau a few days ago, "that aman can't
drink liquor and keep up with tho
procession. Temperance is preached j
from tho.platform* and pulpits, hut
the ruthless, un retle?? light ou drink
ing ?ind tit e drinking man i- being
made in the business world. Eu this
Wiirfure lhere i- no cant or sentiment. |
Tho drinking mae gradually lags be
hind und then he is shelved. Ten
years ago ii might have been said
that all the young men in Charlotte
drank and thc business world forgave
occasional intoxication. Now the
heads of commercial houses in this
city, in their reckonings, divide the
sober men from those who drink, and
no mun in the latter class escapes si
lent criticism or a judgment that will
hurt him if it be put to the touch.
Everybody in Charlotte has seen the
noiseless working of thc system. The
man who drinks simply steps down
and out, and a sober man takes bis
place, The first might not have been
a constant drinker, but the latter
surely finds the highest premium
placed on teetotalism. And you must
notice that among business men here
drinking is decreasing all the time,
and drinking men are becoming more
and mon! mu i ked and hurt in reputa
tion. Thc creed of tho business world
demands the survival of the littest,
and no drinking mau is- Ct for the
light. Ile simply can't keep up with
the procession."-Charlotte Observer.
- - !? ? ,
Joshua Impressed His Opinion.
A story come? from Cambridge, Md.,
of an experience of the late Judge
Goldsborough, of that town, with one
Joshua Davis, who was much given to
profane language. The Judge was se
verely averse to profanity and tb-^e
was much curiosity to see what would
happen ono day when Joshua was call
ed to the witness stund in court. In
accordance with almost unrestrainablo
habit Joshua begau his testimony
with a particularly tierce and sulphuric
"Stop!" thundered the Judge.
"You arc fined $3 for contempt of
Joshua paid tho money and resum
ed. By extraordinary effort ho suc
ceeded in delivering several unobjec
tionable sentences, but, warming up
to his subject, he relapsed into his us
Again did tho Judge impose a fine.
Now, Huming with wrath, Joshua
"Judge, can you fine me for think
ing in court?" .
"Why, no; of course, not!" was tho
"Well, thon," said Joshua, "I think
you are a blank, blank fool, and no
Where the Gluepot Came I",
There was the usual oolleotion of
commercial travelers in the smoking
room of the hotel, and the inevitable
quiet man was one of them. They
had been asking conundrums, many of
which had been received with roars of
laughter, as being particularly olever.
Then tho quiet man lit a fresh cigar
"It is f"\sy," he said, "to think of
such riddles as 'why is your bat like a
baby?' whioh contains one simile, but
those with two are far more difficult.
"What are the differences between
the son of a millionaire, an organ and
"I give it up," said the mustard
"The ron of a millionaire is an heir
to millions, while an organ has a mil
lion airs! D'ye see?"
"But what about the gluepot?"
inquired the hosiery representative.
"Oh, that's where you stick!" re
turned the quiet man. And the wai
ter smothered a guffaw behind a tray
he was dusting, while tho hosiery lep
resentativo howled for soda water.
The guests are gone the smile slips from
the face of the hostcss and she gives up
to the pain which racks her body. Many
a -woman entertains and wears a smile
'while her back aches and her nerves
quiver with pain. Surely any medicine
which offert relief to women would be
worth a trial under such conditions. But
when the woman's medicine, Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription, ia offered with the
proof of efficacy in thousands of well
attested cure*, what excuse can then be
offered for suffering longer?
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
makes weak women strong and sick
women well. It dries enfeebling- drains,
heals inflammation and ulceration and
cures female weakness. . ?
"It is -with the greatest pleasure I write you
the benefit my mother ha? received from your
' Favorite Prescription1 snti * Ooldea Medical
Discovery,' ? say? Misa Carrie Johnson, of Lowes
ville. Amherst Ca, Va. "She su fife red untold
misery with uterine disease and nervousness,
(tnd had a constant roaring and ringing noise
In her titer tshi=? mi*, botuea o? Dr.
Pierce's Favorit? Prescription and 'Golden M?d
irai Discovery,' the was entirely cured."
r . Pierce't Pleasant Pellets stimulate
Kidney disease is thc enemy wc have most to fear
D a result of t'.ic iererish haste o? modera civilization.
It ia p. treacherous enemy working out its deadly effect
under corer of such trilling symptoms as headache, slight
but pcrsietcut backache, dizziuess, heart-th robbing, vrcak
digestion, cousti;-at:ircqucut cr diminished pannage of
urine, scalding urine, sediment in urine.
PRICKLY ASH BITTERS
is a kidney medicine of the greatest merit. Its action is healing
and strengthening, quickly relieves aching or soreness in the
back, checks wasting or decay of the kidneys, corrects the
flow of urine and through its excellent cleansing and
regulating effect in the stomach, liver and bowe!? it
speedily restores the strength and ruddy glow of
SOLD BY DRUGGISTS,
PRICE, $ 1.00.
EVANS PHARMACY Special Agents.
A great many people have be
gun to realize the virtue of
Evans Liver and Kidney Pills,
And it only takes one to reach the spot.
By Mail ??5c.
ANDERSON. S. C.
Seasonable Goods for the Farmers.
WE nie prepared to furnish the Farmer with just such Farm Imple
ments as he needs nt this season of the year.
You will always And our stock of STEEL PLOWS complete.
There is no way that the Farmer can economize more than to use one of
our UNIVERSAL GUANO DISTRIBUTORS, that opens the furrow and
puts in the Fertilizer at the same time, unless it is to get one of our WEED
ERS, and run it over the cotton field just as it is trying to break through the
hard crust that forms on the bedded row just after one of these Spring rains
that never fails to come. Come in and let us tell you about our Adjustable
Keystone Weeder-the gi eat labor saver and cotton raiser.
Don't fcrget that we are Headquarters for COTTON PLANTERS
HARROWS, CULTIVATORS and HOES. Our PERFECT HARROW
-the greatest Corn and Cotton Cultivator on the market-once you get one?
of these Harrows you cannot afford to do without them. We also sell the
Roman and Terrel that stands first on the list.
HOES !-Just received a Car Load of Hoes, all sizes and kinds, and prices
are low enough.
Big stock of Garden Rakes and other tools for the gardener.
Builders' Hardware, Nails and Barb Wire always on hand.
BROCK HARDWARE COMPANY,
Successors to Brock Brothers.
ON HOCK BOTTOM
THAT'S where we have been bending every energy for the past eight
years t . ?jet our business foundation Bet. We knew that a foundation set in
the tami was alike foolish and dangerous, and for this reason have labored in
cessantly for all that meant a rock-bottom basis. Oar prices have been kept
on rock bottom, our credit system has been kept'on rock bottom, and we are
pleased to announce to our friends that our business is on a solid rock founda
tion. This we attribute to the fact that we give every customer sixteen ounces
of satisfaction to every pound, rind throw in with every purchase a smile
apiece for every member of his family. It is due also to the infallibility of
the gilt-edged guarantee that accompanies every, purchase, aud the satisfaction
and confidence with which our customers feel that they can send even a child
to trade for them. We may have at some time sold snoddy stuff bj mistake,
but we bav* always stood ready, aud do so yet, lo make satisfactory repara
tion for any unsatisfactory purchases from us. That's our mode of doing busimss.
If you want to buy the best FLOUR on the market, and want to bo
satisfied with ii, buy DEAN'S PATENT, likewise if you want quality in
Shoes, Jeans, Eats? Shirts.
Cheap Beady-Made Pants,
And Staple Dress Goods,
You will always be glad of it if you buy from us.
Our stock of IW?OLAS8B8 ia complete, and we can satisfy the most
If your credit is good send us an order and it will be fille 1 juat as if you
were here Yours for business, .
DEAN & RATLIFFE.
The Store where so many People Trade.
BLACKSMITH AND WOODWORK SHOPS !
THE undersigned, having succeeded to the business of Frank Johnson
& Cb., will continue it at the old stand, end solicits the patronage of the public
Repairing and Repainting promptly executed.
We make s specialty of "Goodyear," Rubber and Steel H?ne Shoeing.'
General Blacksmith and Woodwork.
Only experienced and skilled workmen employed.
We have sow rTdy for sale jaome-made, Hand-made Farm Wagons
that we especially invite your attention to*
We put on Goodyear Rubber Tires.
Yours for business,
Church Street, Opposite Jai!. J. P. TODD.
and the B!a<
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All RAILROADS W
S. L. PARROT, T. P. A..
GEO. IL LEE. Q. P. and T..
BONHAM & WATKINS,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Anderson, ----- S. C.,
Have moved their office r^ar Peo
ples Bank. Entrance through Bank
and sitie of building.
Jan 8, 1902 29 3m
A PLEASED MAN !
A GOOD PHOTOGRAPH gives a
great deal of pleasure, and rvv Spe
cialty is the Photographs that will
have litt-liko accuracy and artistic
excellence. 1 combiuo the best points
to produce the best Photographs.
J H. COLLB^S
Notice of Final Settlement.
THE undersigned, Administrator of
Estate J. charles Acker, deceased, hereby
gives notice that he will on the 2lst
day of April, 1902, apply to the
Judge of Probate ior Anderson County,;
S. C., for a Final Settlement of said Es
tate, and a discharge from his office aa
H. A. GRIFFIN, Adm'r.
March 19, 1902_39_5
Notice of Final Settlement.
THE undersigned, Administrators of
Estate of A bru tn McCauley, deceased,
hereby give notice that they will on the
21st day of April, 1903, apply to the
Judge of Probate for Anderson County,
8. C., for a Final Settlement of said Es
tate, and a discharg? from their office as
Administrators. MARY MCCAULEY
Mar. 21, 1902-39-5 Administrators.
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S. G. BRUCE,
OVER D. O. Brown & Bro's. Store, on
South Main Street,
I ba v 25 year? experience lu my pro?
feasion, and will be pleased to work for
any who want Platea made. Filling done,
and I make a specialty of Extracting
Teeth without pain and with no after pain.
Jan 23,1901 31
Vor all forma of Malarial poisoning take
Johaoon'a Chill and Fever Tonic A taint
of Malarial poisoning in roar blood meana
misery and fallare. Blood medicines can't
onro Malarial poisoning. Th? antidote for
lt ls Johnson's Tonio. Ost a bottle to-day.
Costs 50 Cents If It Cures.
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th? moat healing salve In tho world.
CHARLESTON AND WESTERN
AUGUSTA AMU ASHS VILLE SB OB ff UH A
In effect Eec. 29th, 1802.
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. Close connect i OD nt Calhoun Falls for all pointa
on B. A. L. Ballway, and at Spattnnbuig for Bon.
For any Information relativo to tickets, et
schedule*, etc., address
. w. J. CBAI6, Gen.Pass. Agent,Aagnita,6a.
T. M. Kmersoti .Trafilo Manager.
J. Recso F?.nt, Agent, Anderson. 9. C._
Blue Ridge Railroad.
Effective April 6,1903.
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on and let oft passengers: Pi?naey'a, James, Bin
dy Springs, Weat Anderson, Adams, Jordania
Junction. _. J. B. ANDERSON,
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