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worKl has eve; seen, trained <>n u hun
dred battlefields lo d 'spi.su o ids, and,
possessing odds of ten to out', would
consider the task easy. The Hook
and Ladder Company could supply the
means ol' sealing thc walls, and there
were not only thousands of small arms
but field pieces could be secured, it
wa? again Hampton's task to sway this;
mighty force to his wili, aud he did it
calmly and cou?drntly. When the
thousands gathered around headquar
ters calling for their leader, he stepped
forth aud made a long speech. He as
sured thom that, although ho could
not tell them all he knew, he could as
sure them that their prospects were
never brighter and nothing but a rash
act could rob them of victory. He
bade them follow his advice, as they
had done during the whole campaign,
to continue to forbear as they had for
borne and all would be well. Bradley
Johnson then made an eloquent speech
and Judge Mackey, by timely witti
cisms and several new epigrams and
jokes, for which he had made himself
famous, succeeded io restoring tho
crowd to good humor.
Nest day Hampton again quieted an
excited crowd and wound up with
the declaration; "I will be your
Governor or you will have a Military
Governor.'* This met with ringing
To prove his confidence in his cause
Hampton ihortly after, having been
declared by the Wallaco House Gov
ernor, took the oath cf office on the
steps of Carolina Hall. This ended
the dramatic portion of a campaign
that had been conducted with singular
ability and prudence for three months,
despite the utmost efforts of the Re
publicans, aided by thc whole machin
ery of the State Government and tho
illegal interference of che Federal
Government. Hampton was generally
recognized. People voluntarily paid
to his agents a contribution of 10 per
cent of their taxes, while Chamber
lain's treasurers sat in empty offices.
The admirable conduct of Hampton
and his adherents had attracted the
sympathy of tho people of the whole
Union and propositions were freely
mado to him that if he would merely
intimate that Hayes had been elected
South Carolina would he turned over
to him. But he absolutely refused to
comply. It bas been charged that
there was an agreement that Hampton
should be allowed to take his seat and
that Hayes s.iould bc uwarded the
eleotoral vote. There was no such
bargain. The simple truth is that tho
cleotion was exceedingly close. On
the face of the returns Hampton had
defeated Chamberlain by oloven hun
dred votes and Hayes had defeated
Tilden by several hundred. This
oould easily be accounted for by the
fact that in every county a few negroes
voted for Hampton, but adhered to
the rest of the Republican tieket.
Simpson, for Lieutenant-Governor,
had defeated Cleaves by not moro than
160 votes, while the contest for the
other Stato offices required an official
count to determine tho rosult. Thc
eleotoral commission stood by thc face
of the returns and there was no need
of a bargain.
President Hayes was a good man.
He waa tired of military interference
in the affairs of States. Soon after
his inauguration he invited Hampton
and Chamberlain to visit him. The
journey of the former to Washington
and back was u continuous ovation.
_ Hampton told Hayes that his only re
if: ; k quest was the removal of the troops
from the Sta'.e House. He pledged
j himself to preserve order and the
' rights of every citizen, however hum
ble. Hayes took him at his word,
j On the 10th of April the troops march
j ed out of the State House, after a con
tinuous occupation since the 27th of
November, and on the next day
Chamberlain, in an address, bitterlj
. . ' arraigned the National Republican
party for having placed him in a posi
tion of difficulty and danger and then
basely deserting him, relinquished
all claim to be Governor of South
Scott's Emulsion is not s
good medicine for fat folks
We have never tried giving il
to a real fat person. We don't
dare. You see Scott's Emul
sion builds new flesh. Fal
people don't want it. Strong
people don't need it.
But if you are thin Scott'.?
Emulsion is the medicine foi
you. It doesn't tire you out
There is no strain. The worl
is all natural and easy. Yoi
just take the medicine anc
that's all there is to it.
Vhe next thing you knov
you feel better-you eat bette
-and you weigh more? It i:
a quiet worker.
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Tho State was now i? possession of
the Democratic party and Hampton
soou made all necessary appointments.
His administration was marked with a
siugular fidelity to his promises male
during the canvass. Ile became tho
Governor of thc whole peuple and de
voted every effort to allay discontent
and political rancor. The negroes
were safer in his hands than they had
been since freedom. Tho whites were
freed from apprehension and despair.
Crime became infrequent and tho
Courts for two years had little to do
save prosecute those who had used of
fice to rob the State. The election in
1878 was marked by quiet. Hampton
was unanimously re-elected. But the ;
State desired his services in Congress,
for there the great battle of home rule
was to be fought. Hampton was sent
to the United States Senate and staid
there until 18'Jl. He became at once
a leader in that body, and while lie
made a few set speeohes his work on
the floor and in the committee rooms
carried great influence. Planed upon
the military committee, he made moro
than five hundred reports, all of which
were adopted. He was frequently in
consultation with Presideut Hayes.
When a great deai of unrest was caus
ed by the prosecution of a number of
Democrats for alleged violation of the
Federal election law, Senator Hamp
ton succeeded in securing from Presi
dent Hayes an agreement or a gener
al amnesty, both to Democrats and
Republicans, for all past acts.
Since the closo of his political life
Gen. Hampton has been living in dig-*
nified retirement, 'beloved by his
friends and honored by all. Tempo
rary estrangements that had been
caused between him and some of his
former associates owing to politioal
issues wcro healed and again he was
the man above all men whom the
State delighted to honor. In rooont
years he has been'brought into special
prominence because of his record in
war, but this record, glorious as it
was, must pale into insignificance be
side the story of his service ns peace
maker. In every movement looking
to the harmony of the State and in all
great questions involving the honor of
the United States he has been on the
rigot side. His four-score years of
life have been full of incident, full of
? prosperity and adversity, full of pleas
ure and pain, full of time for work
and full of leisure for sport. As his
massive head and fine figure attested,
he was a well-rounded man. There is
no lino in which he undertook that he
failed to excel. But if wo seek for his
monument wo shall find it pre-emi
nently in a State restored to State
hood, in a distracted people united, in
a land, once devastated, now smiling
in all the apparel of intelligent labor.
In him tho whites have lost their fore
most representative, the negroes their
It will be noticed with interest that
he died on the 11th of April, the an
niversary of his undisputed posses
sion of the position of Governor of
South Carolina. On the 11th of April,
1S77, at midday, the private secretary
of Mr. Chamberlain officially turned
over to Col. Wade Hampton Manning
the Executive office in the State capi
tol. Twenty-five years later, as peace
fully and as bravely, Hampton enters
into an eternal abode of peaoe, where
the soul unfettered and undisturbed
by the prison of a material body, no
longer sees through a glass darkly,
but face to faoo.-R. Means Davis, in
Sews and Courier.
Twas Ever Thus.
"Eve," growled Adam, "these bis
cuits are fierce!"
"Don't you like them, dear?"
"Like 'em? H?hl Not half like
moth-ahem! They're bum-very
bum! I wish you'd buy a cook book."
"They say a man's soi l is in his
stomach, and I believe it."
"Evo," and Adam glared, "you're
tho most exasperating woman I ever
saw! By jing, I wish I had my rib
"There you go-throwing that in
my face again. Who asked for your
old rib, anyway? Weren't you juBt as
lonesome as you could bj until I
"And I wish I'd been satisfied to
let it go at that.122 An other case of
'.Yhen lonesomeness is bliss 'tis folly
to get married.' "
"Aw, say! Darn it, Eve-'
"Boo-hoo! IgW-wish I w-was de e
"Gosh-blame it all, Eve. I was
justjokin'l Don't do thatl Honest
-the bisouits aro the best ever-and
I'd eat 'em if they wero like cobble
stones. I'm a chump and a fool and
And a benevolent old boomptaeau
ruB looked on with a fatherly smile
while the reconciliation took placo.
"Egobulus!"he ejaoulated, "the wo
man wins with the tears of defeat!"
And she continues to do so even to
this day.-San Francisco Bulletin. '
- The man who makes the most
racket about his religion often has the
least of tho reality.
- Love's young dream often bun ja
us against a rude awakening.
Ult!? Credit Dm; to Nature.
I0x-Muyor Hewitt had no mistaken
ideas as to how New York city acquir
ed its pre-eminence. It is said rhar
he was recently in conversation with
a man who knew very little of the me
"To what do you ascribe New York's
greatness?" the former mayor was
'To push," lacouioally replied Mr.
"Hut your city has been greatly fa
vored. You will admit that?"
"Only in giving birth to citizens
who are resourceful and energetic, and
in thc ability to always attract
men of tho same stamp from other
"But havn't the natural advantages
of New York much to do with the city's
"Sir," said Mr. Hewitt closiog the
conversation, "nature would make
grass grow on Broadway if we didn't
The Mall to Valdez.
Oscar Fish, of Valdez, Alaska, to
whom the contract for carrying the
United States mails from Valdez to
Kai,lc for another four years was re
cently awarded, is thc best paid mail
carrier in the world. By his coutract
he receives $11*3,000 a year for making
two trips a month between the points
named, a distance of about 413 miles,
nearly $1,500 for each trip. Thc mail
carried is limited to 300 pounds, and
consists generally of letters only,
papers and more bulky articlos being
carried, however, when the mail is
Postoffice department officials say
that the sum paid to Fish is very rea
sonable when it is considered that he
makes the trips by dog sledge and
that he has thc most dangerous route
of auy mail carrier in thc world. His
24 trips a year keep him busy most
of the time and ho practically takes
his life in his hands every timo ho
starts out on his solitary journey.
Fish has tho finest team of dogs in
Alaska and some of his trips are made
in record time. Ho has several times
been given up for dead by residents
of Valdez aud F.agle, but so far he
has always managed to reach the end
of his journey, although sometimes
overdue, and occasionally very much
battered up. He has fallen down
precipices, got mixed up in avalan
ches and has been starved and frost
bitten; but is still drawing his $35,000
a year from the government and Bays
he expects to continue making his
adventurous trips until "snowed
They Killed Ulm.
Col. "Jack" Chinn, of Harrodsburg,
Ky., he of knife and "gun" fighting
notoriety, on a recent visit to New
York met a party of visiting English
men, to Thom something of the Ken
tuckian^ record had been known,with
the result that they insistently ques
tioned him about the affrays he had
engaged in. The counting of "notch
es" in public is not regarded as good
foriu in Kentucky, and Col. Chinn at
tempted evasion, but in vain. Final
ly, he consented to relate what he term
ed his "last adventure," and described
how 20 armed men who had sworn to
take his '?fe had surrounded his house,
and then set fire to it, intending to
shoot him if he attempted to escape
being burned to death,
"What a dreadful predicament,"
put in one of the auditors. "How in
the world did you escape?" *
"Escape was impossible. They
killed me," answered Col. Chinn, as
he bowed and departed.
Of Course Not.
"My son," said the parson to a
small boy who was digging in a baok>
lot, "don't you know that it is a sin
to dig on the Sabbath, except in case
"Yes, sir," replied the youngster.
"Then why don't you stop it?" ask
ed the good man.
"Cause this is a case of necessity,"
replied tho young philosopher. "A
feller can't fish without bait."
- Any first-class watchmaker can
deliver selections from his own works.
- Don't think that sensible girls
admiro men because of thoir physical
To Cure a Cold lo Ooe Day.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinino Tab
lets. All druggists refund the mone
if it fails to cure. E. W. Grove'y
signature on every box. 25c.
- When the heart is uplifted in
pride it is seldom broadened in char
- Let your oharaoter be as firm as
granite and the shafts of your enemies
cannot harm it.
Good For Rheumatism.
Last fall I was taken with a very
severe attaok of musoulsr rheumatism
whioh caused me great pain and an
noyance. After trying several pre
scriptions and rheumatic euron, I de
cided to use Chamberlain's Pain Balm
whioh I had seen advertised in the
South Jerseyman. After two applica
tions of this remedy I was much bet
ter, and after using one bottle, was
completely cured.-Sallio Harris, Sa
lem, N. J. For sale by Orr-Gray
Mr. Bp'ughon, the English artist, I
"hile sketching ?a the Alps, was oue |
?lay iu search "Ta suitable background !
of dark pinos l'or a picture he planned,
ile found at last the precise situation
he was seeking, and, best of all, there \
happened to be a pretty detail in the
ligure of an old wuian in the fore
"I asked the old lady." said Mr.
Broughton, "to remain seated until I
had made a nkctch of her. She as
sented, but in a few minutes asked me
how long I should be. 'Only about a
quarter of an hour,' I answered, reas
"Three minutes or so later she
again asked me-this time with man
ifest anxiety-if I should be much
" 'Oh, not long,' I answered. 'But
why do you ask BO anxiously?'
" 'Oh, it's nothiug,' she sadly an
swered, 'only I'm sitting on an ant
- A bill recertly introduced into
the Massachusetts Legislature requir
ed the licensing of cats. The fee is
fixed at fifty cents, and it is provided
that any one who shall keep a cat
coutrary to the provisions of the aot
shall be fined five dollars, one-half to
go to thc informer and one-half to the
city or town treasury. Between July
1 ?ind 10 of each year the chief exec
utive of each city or town is required
to issue warrants for the execution of
all unlicensed felines.
- The first salt was produced in
thc United States prior to 1G20, and
in the various reports of the Federal
census mention is made of not less
than thirty-two Statas in which salt
has at some period been produced in
considerable quantities. In 1899 Utah
produced 235,671 barrels of saltequiv
i aient to 1,178,355 bushels, nearly
all of which was made by solar eva^ .
Indigestion is the direct cause of
disease that killt) thousauds of per
sons annually. Stop the trouble at
thc start with a little Prickly Ash
Bitters; it strengthens the stomach
and aids digestion. Evans Pharmacy.
- It is proposed to project a thir
teeu-inch stream of light from tho sea
to the sky, which will -be visible
forty miles away. The electric lights
on the lightship now on Diamond
shoal can only be seen thirteen miles.
I Thc searchlight apparatus will be ar
ranged between two mast heads, and
the rolling of ?he ship will produce a
distinct wavering light to be reflected j
from the sky.
? -Nothing is so uncertain as the
minds of a certain olass of politicians.
- Fortune smiles on some people,
but to the majority she gives tho laugh.
"Ut the GOLD DUST i
O O LL
will clean anything cleanable-clot
floors and doors-in fact, anything fr
GOLD DUST lightens labor, les
Made only by THE N.K.I
Chicase Nsw York. Boston. St L
A great many people hav<
gun to realize the virtu
Evans Liver an
And it only takes one to n
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We have now ready for sala Hom?
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We put on Goodyear Rubber Tires.
Church Street, Opposite Jail.
- Mrs. Polly Allison, who died ut
ber home near Wingo, Ky., aged 95,
was tho widow of a moldier pf the war !
of 1812, who died 45 years ago, and I
had drawn a petision for 30 years, j
.She had uo children, never joined a j
church, uever cooked ou a stove or
rode on a train.
- The Director-General of the ?
1'rench Elementary Schools hus sent a
circular to all the Bchooluiar-tei * uud< r,
his authority forbidding them to al
low.their pupils to play at leap-frog,
football, rounders, tops, bot-scotch
and other games.
- An Irish peor was fond of deal
ing out remedies to his neighbors.
One day he met a funeral, and asked
a poorer neighbor whose funeral it
was. "Oh, my lord," was the reply,
"that's Pat So-and-so, whom your
lordship eured three days ago."
- "Young man," s?id an apostle,
solemnly, "do you realize when you
retire at night that you may be called
before the morning dawns?" "Yes,
sir," responded the young man, "I
realize it fully. I am the father of a
- Four persons, representing four
generations, dwell in the same house
in Kansas City, Mo. Tho great
gran J-mother is 52 years of age, the
grand-mother is 33, the mother is 16,
and the baby is a mooth old.
- Montlucon has an old gentleman
of seventy-six with a beard ten feet
ten and one-half inches long, and a
mustache stretching over more thau a
yard and n half.
- To think truth is the worship of
tho head; to do noble works of use
fulness and obarity, the worship of
tho will; to tell love and trast in man
and God is the glad worship of tho
- Tho more sisters a man's wifa
has the more he wonders how he oame
to pick the one he did.
- It sometimes comes to pass that
the favors thankfully recived are soon
- When it comes to expansion,
there is nothinir in tho world that
can keep up with, poverty.
- Itishard fi ?ra girl tn hiv* any
respect for a mau who kisses tier hand
when she has a pair of lips.
- When a man boasts of his ances
tors probably he has nothing to look
- It is difficult to convince a man
who has been sued for slander that
talk is cheap.
- Wings of riches are not strong
enough to beat away the expensive
tastes they bring.
- Eight thousand tons of gold have
been mined throughout the world dur
ing the past century.
- When a man lends his influence
he rarely gets it baek.
d Kidney Pills,
Bach the spot.
H ARM AC Y,
ANDERSON. S. C.
?TOOBW0B& SHOPS 1
il to the business of Frank Johnson
md solicits the patronage of th j public.
," Rubber and Steel Horse Shoeing.
* ' ..' .? ? ' ? ' ' ;.\
s-made. Hand-made Farm Wagons
J. P. TODD.
It ia surprising bow many people there are wno
allow themselves to become and remain consti
pated. They apparently do not know that thio
condition poisons the entire system. Not imme
diately of course, but after a little time as the poi
sonous impurities accumulate they attack the vital
organs cvA undermine the constitution. As a re
sult, the victim becomes pale, hollow-eyed and
sallow, thc breath is foul, the head aches fre
quently, the strength slowly declines and the once
strong, active body becomes weak and nervous.
Prickly Ash Bitters
is a cleansing tonic and restorative just suited to
euch conditions. It is a genial stimulent for the
Etomach, liver and bowels, purifies the system thor
oughly and invigorates the kidneys, conveying;
strength and new life to the whole internal organ
ism. Under its marvelous reviving influence there \
is at once a brightening np in body and brain, re- ?
nerved energy, strength, vim and chesrirJnsse.
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EVANS PHARMACY Special Agents.
BONHAM & WATKINS,
ATT03NZ7S AT LAW.
Have moved their office rear Peo
plts Bauk. Entrance through Bank
and nide of building.
Jau 8, 1902 29 3m
Foley's Honey and Tar
for children,sa fe,sure. No opiates?
S. G. BRUCE,
OVER D. C. Brown <fc Bro'a. Store, on
South Main Street.
I bav "15 year? experience in my pro
fession, and will bo pleased to work for
any who want Plates made. Filling lono,
and I make a speoialty of Extracting
Teeth withrut pain and with no after pain.
Jan 28,1901 Si
A PLEADED MAN !
A tfOOD PHOTOGRAPH gives a
great deal of pleasure, and my Spe
cialty is the Photographs that will
have life-like accuraoy and artistic
excellence. I combine the best points
to produce the best Photographs.
J. H. COLLINS.
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B HWBWB lam> fm 80 dais. Hundreds
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8 07 pm- . ..
5 40 pm ll 85 am*
7 25 am
1 52 om
4 65 pm
Ar Port Boyal..
Ar Charleston (Sou)....
Ar Savannah (Cofga).
7 88 am
ll 35 am
8 55 pm
7 8'^ pm
8 lu pm
Pinna ?C^??Ci!SS CilSCHS Fill? fOT Si! pjuSiS'
on S~ ?. L. iiallVay, and at SpsrtanbQig for Bon.
For any information relative to tickets, os
cchedulc?, et?., address
W. J. CRAIG, Gen. ross. Agent, Aagusta,Oa<
T. M. Emoroon .Traffic Mannaor..
J. Besse Pant,'Agent, Anderson. 8. C.
Blue Ridge Railroad.
Effective April 6,1902
" Aumn..... .,
ArWalhslla........| ...... I 1 25pl.._| 6 09
Will %l?o ttop at the following stations to take,
on and let oO ps^enesrs : Phinney's, James, San
dy springs,' weet Anderson, Adams, Jordania.
Junction. J. B. ANDKBSO?,
H. C BEATTIE. Superintendent.
ATLANTIC COAST LINE
WILMIHGTON, N. C., Jan. 18, ISOt
Fast Line Between Obarleaiton ana Coi
unibiaand Upper South ?srolfo", NOX&T.
ooxxtewnar, ?om Bast
S SS sm Lv.?^_Ohsrlsston^._Ar 818 ass
. OS sat LT.._^*.Lane?".~*.Ar 6 48 pa
9 SS sm LT.-.Sumter.Ar 6 88 psi
1100 pm Ar....,-Celumbls-.".. Lr 4 18 pm
1217 pm Ar......*.-Proeperity...^..*.Lv a 48 pat ?
12 i-O pm Ar*..^Newberry_Lv 8 84 psi
118pm Ar.*...,***. Clinton..*?^.*. Lv 168pat<
189pm Ar._Lanrsni>*...^,...LT 1 85pat
S io pm Ar..^**.*Gts?avil1a-^..-LT I 2 ol aa
810 pm Ar.,.......?partanbar<t-.......LT ix 45 s?
7 18 pa Ar.Wlansboto. 8. C..^..Lv 11018BK
8 80 pm Ar-Charlotte. ST, C-Lv I a 10 sm
611pm' Ar*.Hendorsonv we, N. C*.Lv I 9 OS sn
7 16 pm Ar*....Aft-Wvfll?>N.CL.... Lv I 8 00aa
Nos.tSan4 88Boild Tra?as between OsarlsM?
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