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THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO. TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1884.
THE SWAMP ANGEL.
How It Was Put Into Position Be
fore Charleston Its Opening
"Did you boys ever hear the story
of how the Swamp-angel was put into
position before Uharleston ? asked
veteran of the engineers.
"I've read about it several times,"
said one of the group.
"Well, I never read an account of
it vet that wasn't crooked" returned
the engineer. "I was there myself
and know the whole inside of the
bnsiness, and I'll tell you just how it
was. Gen. Gilmore was in command
of the engineers at the siege of
Charleston. One day in the mid
summer of 1863 he sent Capt. Michel,
now general at West Point, to see
whether there was any point on the
coast where guns could be placed to
attack Charleston. Michel reported
that the coast was all swamp for
three or four miles inland nothing
but mud, water and slush forty or
fifty feet deep. He had gone half a
mile or so in a boat, making very
poor progress through the bulrushes,
and the stench from the carcasses of
animals thrown into the swamp made
him sick. Gilmore was in a bush hut
eating supper with Col. (now General)
Terrell when he got Michel's report.
He turned to Terrell and asked him
whether he thought it possible to get
guns posted in the swamp. Terrell !
said he thought nothing was im-i
possible ; he called Lieut. Harrold and
sent him to reconnoiter. Harrold was
gone half the night and came back
very much bedraggled and tired. He
said it was impossible to get the guns
through, and impossible to mount
tnem even it tuey could be got
through. Using his utmost efforts he
had only been able to get between
two and three miles into the swamp.
Terrell said it had got to be done.
Harrold asked how he was going to do
it, and said it would require men with
legs forty feet long to get through
that swamp. Well, the project of
posting guns in the swamp got abroad
in the camp, and the soldiers made
great fun about it. They said that
Doctors Dalrymple and Show, two of
the medical officers on General
Gilmore'a staff, were appointed
to splice the legs of our men to
get them to the required length.
Next morning Col. Terrell took
Lieut. Edwards with him and started
to look at the swamp for himself
They got as long a plank as there was
in the camp and waded into the
swamp, each holding one end of the
plank. I he day was fearfully hot,
the work was terrible getting through
the rushes and water plants and thick,
slimy slush, and the smell of the
swamp was sickening, but they per
severd, working slowly out till they
came to a creek. Mere they were
stopped for a time, as it had a con
siderable current and was deep, but
after a while they got the plank fit
ted so that one held it while the other
crawled over and held it still in his
turn. Then, with infinite labor, they
went on a miJeiu-ther towards (Jnarles
ton. Finally they got to the water's
edge, four auJ a half miles from
Charleston. Here the ground was
more solid. There were oysters shells
and winkles and spiral aureoles.
They took a bearing to the steeple of
St. Michael's Church in Charleston
and another bearing to Fort Moultrie
and another to Fort Johnson, and
so located their own position in the
swamp. Then they worked down
the edge of the open water to Block
Island, and so returned, terribly play
ed out an dirty but full of hope.
Col. Terrell told Gen. Gilmore that
be thought it possible to get guns into
such position in the swamp that they
might bombard Charleston, and that
night submitted a plan for establish
ing the wished-for battery. In this
plan he estimated that it would re
quire 9,000 day's work to put ju3t :
one gun into position (we reckoned by
the day's work of one man then
9,000 day's work of one man, or one
day's work of 9,000 men). This gun
was to be of extraodinary power, and
"was to rest on a platform composed
of three thicknesses of tS-inch yellow
pine plank, two of the layers of plank
crossing while the other traversed
them diagonally; all were to be
strongly spiked together, and under
neath them were loads of brush and
sand bags. Sheet piling consisting
of heavy planks with sharp points
driven twenty feet into the mud so
that the top came flush with the plat
form that was to surround it ; thia
again was to be strongly spiked, and
that completed the inner platform.
All around this immense quantities of
brush were to be thrown into the
swamp and on top of this brusb a
grillage of logs, strongly fastened to
gether but totally distinct from the in
ner platform, was to surround it. On the
top of this grillage of logs sand bag3
were piled till they sank it consider
ably, in spite of the brush. As it
sank it was to force up the platform
in the center. Well, the plan was
submitted and approved, and men
were detailed right away to put it in
to execution. Meanwhile everybody
was laughing at the engineers, and the
Charleston papers got wind of the pro
ject and made great sport of it. One
ot the comic papers had a very tunny
cartooon about an old negro carrying
the swamp angels compliments to
Tall Bear's Eulogry on the Death
The State Industry.
The slute trade journal, in speaking
of the origin of the slate industry and
its employments in the arts, says :
The early history of slate is obscure.
Here and there a few scant fragments
enable it to be traced back to the 14th
After the morning hour had ex- century. About the time Kin? John.
Gen. Beaureorard in Charleston. An- pired Tall Bear arose and said : 0f England, signed that fnmmw Wn-
other paper would have it that the "Crow King i3 dead. He has closed ment, Magna Cbarta at Kunnymede,
Yankees were coiner to drain the eyes upon the scenes of earth and which contained the perms of that
swamp, which of course was impossi- nis weary spirit has flown to that liberty, the blessings of which we
uic, as it was ieu uireci irom toe 1 - now enjov m una country, me earnest
lantic Ocean : another imner airain tickets are ever issued. His voice Lnarries 'of North Walea Wan to
insisted that we were going to dike wil1 never more awaken the slumber- yield materials for the roofs of the
the swamp across : another that we'd -Dg echoes of the council hail, and hi3 old historical castles of Conwav and
sent North for people to bring down miscellaneous deeds of petty larceny Caernarvon.
bridge structure ; another that we had wiI1 never aSain excite the admiration The ca3tle of Conway wa3 built by
discovered something wonderful in of hia PeoPle or the crudo and off- Edward I, A. D. 1283, for the pur
pneumatics, and still another that we uan(1 profanity of the paleface. p0Se 0f keeping his Welsh subjects in
were going to use a baloon battery. "He is dea(I- He ua3 meandered check. Its location at the seaport
Well the engineers went ahead in "P tue golden stairs with stately town of Conwav. on an inlst arm re
spite of all the laughing. They built tread Hls pigeon-toed tracks will tne sea.f near tne head of Menai
abridge to the point" of the "swamp never again ornament the dusty paths Strait, and protected by a headland
where Col. Terrell and Lieut. Harrold of the reservation, and his aromatic oroiecting far out iuto the Irish sea,
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naa surveyed, and soldiers carried out Fcwu.re "m I1U lunger attract e was carefully selected by Edward,
the planks and Iops and 10. 000 W attention of the sensitive nose of the having in vW its acppihilitv at all
of sand and the batterv was built, tourist. His shrill whoop of war will timpS hv sea whatever the internal
The work was mostly done at night, never again startle his enemies or 8tate of affairs of the country around strength and whoisomeneaa.'
and the hardest iob'of all was to drive scare the holv delights out of the mkrht be. The "uncoiimiered Briton" te,0,lifSkl5feSiS,l
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me sireei piling, luany men were
killed at the work, for the rebs shelled
but it was all done at last. We
had put up a sham fort a little dis
tance down the cost, just a simple
This powder never vanes. A marvel of purity
More economical tb
cannot be sold in couipeti
low test, snort weigh
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army ana nooies, uui ne was auuu i ri. & xLMm. Tbn the eve.
l? a type of ca
tarrh having pecufar I
symptoms, jt is at
tended by an inHarred
condition ot the lin
ing membrane of the
ncstn s, tear - ducts
a d throat, anectinsr
the luncs. An acid
mucus is secre edr the
uix.hin'e is accom
panied with a tainful
burain .isat i on.
i nere are severe
suasms of sneezinj,
frequent of banding
heauaerie. a watprv
and in named state of
is a remedy founded on a correct diagnosis of this
disease and can be epe' ded upon. It has
gained an eavUble reputation wherever known,
utspiacinz all otner preparations.
IS'ot a Liquid or SnnflT. Apply by the finger
into tne nostrils, it will be absorbed, ettectuaiiy
. , ,, . . . I Q - - A I vx niLU IUC IIIUIUIUUC Ul IUr Ivll) 3UUII wejj
precocious jaCK rabbit OI the plains. oftpr o ?pvprp nnd nrntrnpfpd lumor phosthate powders. Sold onlv in ca
X J 1 11UU aUe, a " r , Pl;lt:u Royal Baking Powkw rtn. iw xvtt... v
mi iars oi me no more win cleave stiU2rie. oeen nnaiiv orougnt into
His lowShbit1 : submission at a single blow in I277,and
his pants are vacant now. English barons settled upon the con
"I knew him well, and have fiscated soil. A siucle uprising under
mass ot leafy bough. It bothered the watched his career from boyhood with the leadership ot Madoc m 1290
life out of the rebs : thev couldn't fatherlv interest. Tn w$Tr ha on. durinp- which Edward found himself
make out what was going on loomed up as a ten-time winner, and besieged m his own castle, and re
behind it and shelled it incessantly, in his frequent forays unon the smoke duced totireat extremity by famine
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en, wnen ye got the swamp tort all houses of our pale skinned foes, he disturbed the peace ot one hundred
ready we built a flat-bottomed scow, ever wore the diadem of success. He years in Wales.
put a seven-inch rifled parrot on her ever bore an inordinate love for century later, Conway Castle
waited tin nign water came floated adventure and smoked ham. His anorded shelter to Kichard 11, wnen
her through and got the gun into po- fondness for the excitements ol the be lauded in Wale3 to attack Boling
sition. We couldu t set elevation chase and cold me loner ainne hennme broke, during the disaffection of his
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enougn on at farst though, and had to proverbial.
cut away the rear gun carriage ; that "Crow King was not at all nig- lured from its protective walls and
hsed things to a nicety. Oh, wasu t gardly in his matrimonial ideas. He delivered to his enemies.
that gun a daisy never a cannon leaves seven squaws to mourn his This noble structure, though res
before or since had such a range, loss and soak bis grave with lachry- pected by parliament when it dismaut-
iou can euess how nicelv we m&l moisture. His in.cn tin te nnnetitA led most of the other castlea of VVe3.
had it trained when I tell you that for wives almost equalled his love has fallen and crumbled before the SSffLffthr crS6.0!3!:
Lieutenant Nathan Edwards and Col. for promiscuous cussedness. The inroads of time and progress. The protect the membranai lining of tne head from
lerrell laid the line of h e, calculating wails of his numerous widows now rl of Conwav removed the rou, stores the sense of taste and ameii. soc at drug
A A 111 jl t 1 1 I . m m I 1 Alt 1 . rt I m at a Ki U IfcT TllHl WlliinlA Ki". t I J Kl O S 1 1
10 put a Bneu into tne reoei neaaquar- sweep over his reservation in waves wnicn was oi slate, and tne noors. b feR-R0THEru-2i"t owo n V
ters nve ano a nair nines on, and they or thrilling pathos. une or tne towere nas a iar e Dreacn
only missed their mark by a few feet. "We are slowly but surely passing in the lower walls caused by the in
Smashed right through the house next away. Our once proud race has habitants of the town undermining
door that shell did, and Captain Mac- dwindled down until it is seldom that while digging for slate. Jkight arches
beth, who was then on Beauregard s we can present a quorum at roll call, which once supported the roof still
statr, afterwards told me that he was Ihe grim an. el ot death is yanking remained a few year3 ago.
sitting at his desk when the thing oc- us into the mysterious hence with a The erection of the castle of
curred. An old nigger came running cruel persistence. We will soon dis- Caernarvon was begun about the
into him in a great state of excite- appear from the face of the earth, same time a3 that of Conway by
mem, saying, Massa J niassa ! dar s a In a few short years all that will be Edward 1, and owing to several in
Yankee shell come an' made a hole in left of the once powerful Sioux nation terruptions was not completed until
de street big nun ter put der omnibus will be a few scattered cabinet uhotos A. D. 131 1 . According to the
in. A lieutenant in Col. Pleasanton's of Sitting Bull and an unsavory re- testimony of the earliest accessible
regiment fired that shot. I tell you cord. records, these two celebrated structur-
it woke the Charleston folks up. and "Warriors, while we do live, let us es were the first upon which it is
Meerscham and Johnson and the endeavor to live according to the re- definitely stated that slate was used
other forts fired whole mines of metal nowned Hoyle let U3 follow up the &3 roofing material, and to this period
at us, but it was all no good. We precepts of our fore-fathers and sus- must be referred the use of slate as
could hx up m a night all they could tain the brilliant reputation for im- an economical and commercial pro
knock down in a day, for their shot maculate cussedness for which our duct The records of the develop
Pipe smokies is the real test of a tobacco.
It is the regal way of nnokuu?. You get
mora directly at tha flavor and fragrance.
You take the smoke cooler, and tha tonic
cleanlier and safer. Pipe emoting is
Bmokinff reduced to a flee art
The more the question of adulterated
tobacco forced itself ou tha attention of
smokers, tha more desirable it becomes
to know precisely -what you are emokingv
In Blsckwell'd Boll Durham Smokin? To
bacco you haTe a guarantee,
always, that it ia Nature's
own unadulterated p roduct.
Its fragrance, flavor, and
unsurpassed, quality, are de
rived from the soil and air.
Try it. and you will bo sf
MUi. None srenuine with
out trade-mark of the BulL
would go into the sand bags and do race is renowned.
i . -it ?i
uu uurm ; ana uesiaes we naa a re
serve platform of sand bags behind
the battery. I he gun was fired nine
teen times that first night, and did
great execution, nut the panic it
caused was even greater than the exe-
"I have spoken."
Mr. Jalman was arrested for carry
ing a pistol. In his defense before a
cution it did, for Charleston had im- ju5tice 0f the peace, he said :
'lour honor, this is a mistake."
""Rvirlpntlv " thp indorp ronliprl
prepared no defenses. Gen. Gilmore, '-TCvprv Pvil nnnr. whpn nxrprftpn'
some days before we opened fir3, had js a mistake."
sent a flag of truce to Beauregard, It wa3 absent-mindedness on my
telling him that he proposed to ooen tu;d ;,.t- n t
fire on Charleston, and warning all starting to come down town, I went defi"itelv . known to belong to this
ment of quarries are also very scant
In order to trace thi3 development
more or less systematically, it will be
convenient to divide the slate region j
of North Wales into four districts :
the Lamberis (Nantlle) district
lying on the West, the Festiniog,
the Corris and the Llangollen dis
tricts lying towards the East, in the
The quarries o the (13th century)
are few in number and belong to the
first or Llauberis district.
The only one at present in operation
All successful Fishermen and Sports.
men siaoke BlackwelTs Bull Durham
Smoking- Tobacco, and they nJoy it.
non-combatant3 to retire, but Beaure
gard said it was impossible to bom
bard the city without a fleet. Next
morning, after the swamp angel's sa
lute, Beauregard sent a steamship with
a flag of truce to us. His communi
cation argued that it was wrong, un
fair and altogether against military
precedent to attack him in rear of his
works. Gilmore replied that it was
both right and fair, and that as far as
precedents went he was making them,
and so the truce ended, and the fight
between the 'swamp angel and the
forts continued, with the advantage
argely on the angel s side, for it had
so much the longer range and so
much the larger mark. It knocked
the whole lower part of the city to
i j n:i k
up to the mantlepiece to get my pipe. S"1,erM,u 155 uie "S" liuarr-v 111
In a moment of mental abstraction. w, i T . -
fintJnrr nf cnf ki T hA r.u i iowaru x visiteu urwyscoeo,
UUl-JUAU VA CUIUVIUIUC JL UitVX IU 1111 LU I - -VJ 1 WT t , , , I I
H. uiu(4u.iivi JL lUUIi U I IU& ., .n i , Till I
instead of the pipe and came away . hew13t,n,1ccutuS lodged m a house
in xiauiuv; iuuicu nicu iiuui iuccc
Didn't Want to Die There.
One day during the noted Ken
tucky campaign, and while the con
federate army was passing through
Allen county, General Breckenridge,
approaching General Hindman, said :
"We are only a short distance now
from Bear Waller and are not yery
far from Jimtown."
The solemnity of his manner at
tracted Hindman's serious attention,
and, regarding Breckenridge with a
long look of inquiry, he asked :
"But, general, why does our near
ness to those places so concern you ?"
"Well, you see," Breckenridge re
plied, "I fear it will be my fate to be
killed in an action at Jimtown or
Bear Waller. Bear Waller," he re
peated. "The thought of being
killed at a place bearing such a name
makes me sick."
"Your explanation bristles with
reason," said the justice. "Nothing Ju' iDv0Ut
is more natural than for a man to centu7 the'
mistake a pistol for a pipe, in that
both are hre-arms.
The prisoner thought that he de
tected the low swelling note3 of
sarcasm, but, being liberal-minded,
he presented the judge with the bene
fit of the doubt and continued :
"I did not discover the mistake
until after I came down town. Then,
wanting to smoke, I took out the
pistol. A constable, who happened
to be standing near, came forward
and arrested me."
"Your line of reasoning is well kept
up, saia tne juage, out mere a are lew
features of this case which are not en
tirely divested of mystery. The officer
says that when he sawjou m a saloon,
you kad dran the pistol and was at
tempting to maul a man pver the
head with it. You still thought it
was a pipe, I suppose ?
"Yes, your honor. You see, I
have a very large pipe, and often I
have used it as a weapon of defense.
I would rather strike a man with a
"A good strong one, suggested the
"Yes, sir. I would rather strike a
man with a good strong pipe, than to
strike him with a hammer.
"No doubt, replied the justice, but
there are times Vhen the hammer is
handier. Mr. Constable, take the
H. H. ALLEN,
Breeder and Shipper of
Poland-China & Berkrhire fa
Stock all registered and tor sale.
So You Will Find. ger.tienwn over and show him a nam-
"Bemon's Cancine Porous Plasters are in meT that JOOKS ilKe a pipe. Uon't
the highest dpgr-e reliable," says Dr. Ka- Strike the rocks too hard ; you might
kofi, of New York. 25c. " j break 'em".
About the middle of the
wprp rftvicpd. nnd
J J irtrr'riLinriK-TknT-iTi onT TnTmn
after passing through many hands viiwrusuijLK;Xu oujjIOHjj
and periods of depression are now
largely and successfully worked. In
1872 they employed 260 men, and
produced 6,000 ton3, valued approx
imately at S121,000. 1 here are other
quarries in this district whose origiu
is unknown which probably belong to
Office First Door West of First National
Bank, on Second Street. 7-31 wlyr
A. P. WYCKOFF,
Breeder and dealer in
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