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* BRANDY STATION-M. C. BUT. *
* LElt--WILLIE FAlJLEY. 4
* (By 0. G. Thompson) 4
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At the close of 1862, In the great
American conilct of (tie Sixties, j;res
tige 'wias with the South. The greal
victory of C(hancc Ilorsville. May, '63
following the dereat of the Ilnioni armyl1
at. F'red:rick. 'me; in Decemnber, risd
further, Confdvherte hopes. ''he armie,
had forced each other around Fred.
eiIc ksiarI-t fromi N'b(r) to .Jine
The two greIal haldhm- of Frkdericlh: .
fought aod wton. hsc had all ued th<
offensiv'e. h. left vii ' .\ x, .2'
cr O P :11 m tains. Longstreel
arml i ' kSug. On the 1tll
of .1 h -. rand cavalry re
What T1. 1. o
'a; ilP. Farjv was; .Q a volunteer
i n en Kn ie w About Carc
Navasota, Texas.-Mrs. W. Al. Pedca,
efthis place, relates the following interest
Ing account of how she recovered her
strength, having realized that she was
ctually losing her health:
"Health Is the greatest thing In the
world, and when you feel that gradually
stpping away fron you, you certainly sit
up and take notice. 'That is what I did
some time ago when I found myself in a
very nervous, run-down condition of
health. I was so tired and felt so lifeless
I could hardly go at all.
I I was just no account for work. I
wouid get a bucket of water and would
hee so weak I would have to set it down
before I felt like I could lift it to the shelL.
In this condition, of course, to do even
Ony housework was a task almost im
fossible to accomplish.
i "I was . . . nervous and easily upset.
1 for 5
10ndy fo 5codngfir
Sooeth ing yort-quth,"g.
Makngyu the dextec-a
etal gum, cener
aid on General Stuart's staff. When'-t
killed, -he iwas in company with Gen. 3M. I
C. Butler (then colonel of the 2nd S. 1
C. cavalry) at a certain ipoint In ob
servation of the movements of the ad- I
vancing forces of the enemy, when a I
federal artillerint flied a well-directed
shot Into tlet little gronp, kliling their
hores and tOking off a leg for each t
General. I Bltier tells it ti is way ill:
a. letCer t') the writer several ycars be
fort, hi deathIi, inl answer to solie <uc.n
tion; abolit tilte battle of lirandy Sta- t
tion. ] I(.ays: "lint to retnri to Far
lky. Whten C!ve <nemiy:.an dn
nI cder :mid (ened a rapid lire
r :e t i rities%, 1;arley and
lio Hc dre-w h"rete, mri-c-A
o ter tr icn Il ( I.
cr11 :1l:1as be
I II(' 1 0!
n n , I I I d r
lli d v. .it I C. I . ' A'
5tL '. I'2(k. 1 V 1
"I her f adi n(ftrradn
wacy Vd' I Dechats eat if Caor
lui They W~ould Bo Spared
S and goty.
I coulant rcsht wel at neight and was t
"L heard of Cardui and after reading I
decidcd I had seone female trouble thA.
was puing i down. I set for Cardui t(
and began it.
"In a sero short while af ter I began the
Cardul Home Treatment 1 saw an Im
proVenient and it wasn't long until, I wvas
all right-good appetite, spleid rest,
and much stronger so that I eas:.ty did ily
"Later I took w bottle of Cardul as a
tonic. I can reccmmend Cardul nd glad- 1
ly do so, for it more women knew, it hI
would save a great deal of worry andc
Thc cvflmsastic pra~ise of thousands of I(
othcer wonica whIao have lound Carci
liciphJid shcuild convince you that it Is
wcri! trying. AU druggists scll it,
/O 7 's a
Jacket over Pep-.
W permint gum
he grating of the bones was anything
mt pleasant. After awhile the ambu
ance, which had been employed in oth
r partc of the battlefield, arrived and
was palced in that. 'Before the am
mlance reached us however, I was
>laced iII a horse 'trough found in the
amp that Black's regiment had left
hat. morning. 1 owas carried to Mrs.
Iltzhugh's farm house, and there the
Imputtation wvs Iperformed about 5
. N. We were ehot about t o'clock.
I *wa. told that Farley wai carried
a a fau'.incuse, never recovered froiom
l'e :hock of the shell. an very few :n'n
'v--' Oct, and i1d. a'ont the ttim Dr.
i'o'ylor' v:; p:' -ing on im . Fill :ey
s *iemi''c :- 'rnUanted "'hat d:;y, oin a
vh had captured orm a Yank e
a ::h :t tiiae bItore. I Ie was
' c c.. 2i !. Ail hls aemca ire
DM ila !e : ,.At, Is him-se t dh:('p
:: hcmcc that e:irricd me
oIrh n :'n cle,-e 11!acs and10 hAd
.11t' :! : I . llis bind l r
I evanke i.' :.ho a pi:-adh ar iell..
N w :- j n na ni' :aced !ey the
r ""'1 Biirch o " .
w4 LO. ol. a IPndh spem
hho-1 asha ch m
dW hi' heh '.e I":-v
v of his <h .. It ,n i t:tve so e
it e:. th fie!'! in f: : he enm ,
, in <I'V-.i ec ,' !:I: - iI i :y just
lhe ; unli r-: rm '' r ' r o ,
i'n..cuce! :r.'cj " ;IV .i.r~ of tl.c
d ve i~ - :. eenE h i .'~ in::tnres
(- y; after th fiv or .anter and
1:: ftheet cutpos' hero'. d Fairfax
.if., Willi !'-tri: \e alrevady the-re
;Ql Gnrtual Stuart.
We rcaill the spcI adi, but unias
ming genial hearing of Farley and
call his being 1illed In the prelude
Ge ttyhurg 'at Brar.dy Station. ills
imb it at old Cul'yepper. He had the
spect and conIence of h's superiors
id of all those aroind him.
Gcn. M. C. Butler ranked h.:gh among
e ;;reat ;olers of thie doth. Among
10 hest evidenecs of the merit or
:.nding of military larde", is the cs
'ate placmd upon im by -the enemy,
'o,- he met oil the firId. Northern
-xrs hcId M. C. Dutier inl very high
OT cON Ol'F AlT (l.'S'E OF Wl:EK
a.1nrte 1a'he': ln erts iven asi
TRai) (.,:, . ti . Cause.
Now :lca..! june 2.- After mak
e .n:.1..i:, 1 . o uin aer 4 caliz
cc'' n mi( 1 w iin
m to u'cmid lin ele:: n l a uri.'
uts, whh cok ared w ith 10.0 a
cund as; the closing 1prIce on middlIng
It -was almost altogether a wveather
larket and the highest levels wecre
(iPartedd eni iaIns a yer the belIt andl
heP flood in the 1 l i Grnde vailley.
twas at first feared that the show..
rs wouhld continue andI therefrore,
'hen the werither turnedC( off dry and
ot, the maIn su~pport of the markcet
'as tbken away. During the last half
f the wveek the course of ilprices wvas
teadlily lowver. The wveekly re-port
om the government made a doep imi
rssnion for they noted widespread
rop intprovement and sta'ted that
'ie hot and dry weather was checkIng
ec activities of the Weevil.
While many sections of the belt
ontinued to rcioort the presence of
'ic weevil in large numbers, there was
ass complaint of damiago from this
nurse and localities here and there
lalmed that the insect had almost dis
ppeared. The trade ,was much inter
sted in the measures -being taken by
io growers to combat 'the weevil and
1 organizecd movement to grow cotton
spIte of tie weevil, such things be
ig accepted as marking an actually
ow 'phase of' cotton growving. In apite
C the effects of hot nnd dry weather on
ic weevil, thiere was little disposition
3 minimise thme danger fronm the in
oct, 'the ploint beiing made in many
iarket circulars that. it was likely to
eomie an all important factor should
tily acnd Augutst 'bring the shoseors
1at are usual in those months,
Plies Cured In 6 to 14 Days
)ruggists ref nd rnoy I PA OINTMENT falls
a cure Itchit i, o d iri r Protruding'
lilen. Instqati rc~e s tehini iles, and
atl slM reatml I a s a~ otru firsa 5P ulO 'tsIM - ie
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3.~~~~t xA:FCINRTR H
FAIR ENOU itH . U;I OU F
he repr<sents everyhingtutf
ie rer sent evryhig ruhfll
i a Inow 'hat I s a -P' .
S. . & E.. H.Wilkres.
DE GOODDTE EVERTHIHINGEL
FAIRES E.LLNERY1 BJIGOu 1
A hee waitchwoofteh e
ter atifie th ou-oftow bue
rii c:: rnPishrs Dr.:y and
' iradThe, SAdvetsr Ciadareepg
J.: C. Burn & Co. Willi
V.IHth ome . s Et
M reGod fig:oraosMny 'ult
Samy Goods Cothg L oesoney Arm
ofC Beiiurs &oc Co. Wuriure
Mory ood for the oatey erQy-loty
GROCERIES "Se I
Quality High Prices Low Watches
Ons the square Dman
R. W. Willis H. L.
Furniture of AlU Iinds Lumber,
Musical Instrumenfts We (Jan Ft
We Invite Your Iuspedtion
Laurens Drug Co. Whar't
Pure Drugs, Toilet ArticlesT
"The Rozall Btore"' Oash Cl
~ L4 r~ 'r
AT . " 114
haerahe s eiailt.lhjfc tht
L -C: - ~ --
Esr ot Co.
__ _____ OY M..MEArir.
ayto-ear DSOCdKS DO NOT Gr' PERFECT
I AND WE WILL MAP h IT RIGHT."
3)WN HAOS BEEN VERY UNSATISrACTOPY TO M~
haberdesher is reliability. The fact. that
mand treats everybody fair Makes him re
guarantee of satisfaction. HAoA. much bet
wuould be if he would patroinize the home
ime-buying go rand in hand.
edl~le ucsf Al Edset r Amusotor Co.
d, E3ori, Clothing, Doige rnA.fter Euanoor cars
TEPhc 200 : co and Parts
IUS A CALL
.es Loa. &
hang Ban A.Lahafe
liale oworL. B. lckwell
almo S: Printo an Sttine
nd ico~. o Arm in ctOl XrAiuo~~tfu o
Fur iture Co..
*t to Post Omce
The ranily Grocer
Stoves,' Ru~gs, Orockc
lete Home Furnishers Olhoice Vegetables in Season
L'TOMETRIST Jns-alrHr~r O
oundl o e re ~ed Hardware, Agriultural Jinple
onidaJw Rented Inents, Mill Supplies, Paint., -
SSide of Square Oils, Varnishies, Sporting Goodls
Roper & Co. BENCHlOFF'S
Doors, Sash Blinds 5&1 et tr
Irnishi Your Entire hill R~ tinLues
r Your Jouse. W T HIDDI PUBLIC SQUABBa
n Clothing Co. ivs~oe o
eo Man's Store OafntSte
"Sauren~s sttoQ1 k
~thiers --Suits Me * 44 ti~".