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IllS NEW FII'L1) OF L ABOR.
'fThe Rev. D). P. Boyd Well 'leased With
Ils Work at l'ouitalin Inn, of Which
le Writes Interestiingly.
lEditor Ilrald and Ned: I laving
completed Inly first round on my
work, I will trv to interest your
readers for a shicrt while iii the
things we have seen and felt, and
heard. We reached the parsonage
on Wednesday, the 23d De.e 0er,
and were met by a delegation from
Fountain Inn church, who gave us
a bountiful dinnet, and man : other
ings which are useful to anl itin
erant and his family. Capt. Wim.
Parks turned a fine peafowl into
our lien-house, and aid these
Methodists should not get ahead of
hin- lie being a Baptist. A few
days later a delegation from Green
pond church caine with chickens,
preserves, cakes, jellies, a large
hone-rai,ed l ham and manv otlher
thlille-s thlat are- lleb l ld tlhey sa1
that V,i II)' .- U 1H
in :I w il
look--on1v one obJe-ct on: I iave to
fill thlrce appiltintmli ts oil the see
ond S1n1day. The people seei to
be willing to submit as gracefully
as possible to the change of preach-.
ers. We have six acce9sions to date.
I mean to look after my part of the
flocks around here. I went last night
to visit a famil) whom I married
about eighteen years ago and to
whom was given a sweet little girl.
I baptized her about sixteen yearsI
ago and received her intoI the church
last night at the home of her pa
rents. I was delighted t ) do this
\Ve have over five hundred and
twenty-five members on this work.
I amn going to do IIy utmost to iect
the demands upon me both in the
puilpit and in my pastoral work.
We have three chiurches--Bar
tist, Presbyterian, and lethodist.
We have a graded school, whose
principal is Prof. Dominick, a New
berry boy, a son of my life long
friends John Doininick and Mrs.
Nannie Doninick. I love him for
his parents' sake as wvell as for his
own. IHe has an enrolhnent of near
ly 'oo pupils anmi has kour assistants.
The peop)le of th is sectilon ale well.
to-do. It is not unuHsulal to see from:
five to twventy hales of cotton lyiin
b)arny ard. T hey dluni nleed th: -
luoll1ey. New ber I r y ( not e- b et ti r
prices thani Founitaini liun
Thle good roads heu e are a miar
v'el to one who has hbeen used( to theC
imudholes anrd rough hills iin my
own county. TIhey are gradled and
thrown up in the middle. 'I think
it would pay any supervisor to make
a trip through tils part of Green
ville county and take lessons. W hy,
sir, you can irot a horse to death
and not know it. This morning I
wecnt to mny appoinitments-thie fur
thest ab)out 11 miles-and "L adly'
hardly stop)pedl trotting 01) any part
of the road. It is wvonderfuil. Speigle
of Greenville is our sup)ervisor, and
hIe certainly knows how to have
I think we will continue to like
this work, as everybody is so kind
to us. I trust I shall be p)ermiittedl
to look in oil you occasionally. I
have begun~ to -niake people happy,
and shall continue so to (do when
they ask mie to join thbem ini the
bonds of wedllock. I often think of
the many frienlds we left dlowni there,
and shall ever hold theni ini the
highlest esteem for their unistinited
kindness to us.
The semi-weeklyV visits of both
count y pape'rs are hailed with (Ie
light. They are letters from hlome.
I trust that, my successor will
have a most prosperous year anl
that the Lord will give him m:mtiy
souls to his ministrv:
\\'ith hest. wishes fkor (a nd :1
th (eers, your piper, I a
1). P. 8.
State at Last Secures a Copy of Proceed
Ings Through Mr. Woods.
For several years the State has
been endeavoring to secure a copy)
of the secession convention, it being
discovered some time ago that the
State Aid not have a single copy in
the library. Saturday the secrotary
of s'ate received a letter from W.
D. Woods, of Darlington, stating
that lie had a copy, whichi he Would
takea pleasure in presenting to the
State. It is needless to say that
Mr Ontt and the other oflicials
: gre grateful to Mr. Woods 1or in
VOUI1.1) TAKE TA R0 1:' OHT iD0te L.
lw ) "'ills for T11:11 P1'1,11s: 1E rndkue..d hY
'That froin ankd after the passage
of this act no duty shall he levied
or collected upon coal ill any form
or description imported into the
United States from foreign coun
Also a bill requiring the Secre
tary of the Treasury to make fuli
rebate of duties paid on all coal (4
every description imported into the
United States from foreign countric s
for the period of one year.
Mrs. Maybrick Releascd This Year.
London, Jan. i i.--Referring to
tle statement ptublished in the
United States that final arrange
ments' were made Saturday at a
conference between Ambassadcr
Choate and the home office officials
for the release in April of Mrs.
Florence Maybrick, the American
woman nider sentence of life impri
onnent on the charge of poisoning
her husband, it is pointed out that
the stats of the case is just as ca
bled to the Associated Press o
March 23, 1803, when it was at.
n1munced onl thle authority ol, tha
home oflice that she would be~ re
leasedl in 1904. The exact (late r f
her release is niot fixed.
Haroness (Ie Roques says that h<.r
dlauigihter, Mrs. MIayvbrick. is dei'2 -
edly ini better health atnd gainin1.
st rengith, niow t hat she has the cer
tnty of being released.
"All senisat ional niewspaper ac
counts relative to our business n: -
terests and future fortune,"' added
the baroness, ''have not resulted ini
profit to us. Quite (lie contrary."'
Silent mieni .eldom contradict
Many a girl shatters her ideal
wheni she marries him.
Two often cease to be comupanty
after they are miade one.
It is twice as easy to fool your
sel f as it is to fool other pleople.
Only a p)overt y stricken oflice is
compelled to seek the muan.
Maniy a mian's respect for old
age endis at (lie boardinig hious.e
Sonme candidates get there with
both feet anid others p)ut bot h feet
Most of the 'oncluiionis a muan
reaches theoretically are p)ract icallIy
No imani has thle heart to say
"N"when a girl asks if lie really
atid truyioves her.
The Death of the Coin'anider-in-Chlief
of the Un1ited Confederate Vet
Spe-Cia L t tthe Stat.
Oreeniville, Janl. I1-h olw
ing order was issued Itday
Army of Northern Virginia,Dep.3r-t
mnict United. Colfdlate Vet
Greeivill.:, S. C , Jan. 1, 19-.
General Order No. 5.
i. With a profound sense of lie
greatness of our los, [ite dvath of
our beloved connmander, Geii. John
B. Gordon, is officially alounced
to the comrades of the Army of
Northern Virginia department.
VroIml the birtli of the grand a so
ciation, the United Confeder ite
Veterans, ititil no\w, our comrades
have inidissolubly associated with
its splendid career tle magnuificeit
character, large heart and magnet ic
oratry of tie kig*shtly VvCor.lonl.
erdie VeteVI 1.m_n nl in i '
er'It. vet.;%il li :"I m iy "I ' l
alld onle "lolitmns ItI,'iln ol, hig:
charlacteristics which made him the
superb man anid Iea(er. 'iere
never has been iii our hearts but
one Gen. John B. Gordou, and
vainly will any one aspire4o fill the
place in our affections ever held by
Your departimeti comiander
feels that it would le vain to at -
tempt to portray the splendid char
acter of the departed hero, to
sketch the cdeeds of his life, to tell
of his brilliant career oil the battl.
field or tc portray the deep love
he felt for each and every Confed
erate comrade, and for all the glo
rious memories of the Confederac.
The Confederate veteran does niOL
live who does not kinowv this. His
life bas beeti spent for his country.
and in the full blaze of jt,blicity
and every action shows the gre,'
heart and cultured mind now
stilled by the hand of death.
Only the supretme loss to the
United Conitderate veterans need
be anmoneed to his heartbroke-,
coirades : Our Gen. John B. Gor
don is dead.
2. All organizations and comrad
of this departinent will displa: the
customar V ba(lges of uourai-ng until
aifter the~ neixt gener:al reuniion' e
thie 1. C. \. C. I rvinie \\alker
Commianiding AXrmlvNorthecrn \.
Jaimes G;. i lohnles,
.Adj t. Genu. andA Chief oi -'tai .
A TRYING POSVION.
Newvberry readers wvill appreciate tils
A conist,ant i chiing L,tie~s your patO
Notin o an oyin103 lg, nothing so I eri
t.a' ine as~ iiohintg I'ies orP Eeze/.ma
To scrarIch tile Irrl Iittii finakcs i
Tio leaive it aIone mues mis lierv
Someo Newherry (1 I,enss enn t(l1 I 'ent
how to he free from t,hese troutbles.
Iteaid the following:
.1. M. Warud salesmnz withi S. .1.
WVoote n Gentleman's L"urubi-hing GIoods,
etc., says: "I usedC Doan.l's4 O nti,ient for
e(z2rma or a1 brI-eak in out11 I ha d on1 myI
body anid for whiel h- ditried a nu110
h,er of remedi(es* but wasl 1ulble t) et
any * t,in ig to haive any1' edee t upon1 'i ,
urnd the affe'cted part'1 wa1s gro~winl
HI -'1tiy lar'ger anid bo' hering me11 moIn
and1( more ever dalV IIy. I pronred ~~j a box
ofn J1(an's Onhltment atc W. l'elhamd
Thniughto ofeh opthteyasri
t ' aLon nvod her is onoth, 2ntdc ad
it, t. T Ay nirhts osati elan orrut at
8.00.r- Visitin KnihsarliN.IY, woe
CAotehTelE Buili LL
Begin the New Year
With a- New Ledger.
We have T
CASH BOOKS, T
In fact we have every- "
thing eeded in BjDokG
th:-oughout and get-I
fromni us before w
you buy. f,
Is the only
CHOPPER THAT CHOPS. el
It ChopS anything and W
everything Eatable. in
Easily and quickly. It Is self clean!o T
SOLD Y in
3dW)ry dFdWMO O0,
As the Year 19O3 "
L'nd( I w; t in'k my manyii pal
ing thea put yea and i hope for a
:'ontinnaI~tijon)C of same.
Retnwmbler I 'm at the sainme
-itand and am alay readyv to serve T
yon wvith the,. 'ery be st o'f Jewelry,
WVat :hes, TeXilet Articles and ev'ery
Ithig to l-e found in a FirstL Class
[ewelry J&'tal ishmen*t. re
My binSi ess in Optical Goods has "V
greatly in)creasedl also, showinrg mny mU
knowl1edge and ab)ilit y ini fittinig i
Specctacles~ and Glses fr
Newv Sterling Silver just re ceived ; I;
new idea s and1( new\ goodls, also sa
[IuadIrunple platedo g(oods, WhIIitinig
Mlfg Co's, Decrly Silveri Co. , B'2ne. sa
liet &z Rodgers. 0
Yours for a P propeon T newiCt year, si
J. GUY DANIE.S. i
Sha~d Shad Shad i
Now inI sea3son. Placee your' ordoer's for p<
yysters ands fish with lt;
Columbia Fish & IceLi
Co., Columbia, S. C. :
Sat!sfactory prices, <biick service.
You can make money now selling our
argo South Mullet while eggs etc. are
to vey high. l
AA the ReS1
le best31 county newspaper
le best general and State newspape'.
11 the telegraph, State and general
news you can read.
eep up with the news of the world,
the nation, the State and your county.
Lt the two for a song - only Two Dol
iars for a year's subscription to both
jF; SEMI-WEdKLY HERALD AND NEws.
HE' SilI-WEEKLY NEWS AND COURIER.
You know all about The Herald and
ews. The Semi-WeeklyNews and Cour
r, published at Charleston, S. C., is the
ost complete and best general semi
eekly you can get. It publishes 16
iges a week, or 104 issues a year.
ives all the telegraphic and- State
ws, general and special stories.
P,ubscrib no to the rwo for Two
o 1' through The Hlorald and Newi
RINK EVIL DRUNKENNESS
CUlI) TO STAY CURED BY
IHITE RIBBON REMEDY.
Any woman can cure her husband,
mn or brother, or any one of liquor
inking, by secrettv placing White
ibbon remedy in his coffee, tea or food
ithout his knowledge. It is entirely
lorless or tasteless. Any good and
Lithful woman can wipe out this fear
il Drink evil and permanently stop
te craving for liquor. By degrees the
itient gets a distaste for intoxicants,
id finally leaves off altogether. It is
onderful. Many a hard drinker has
mts been reclaimed and restored to his
Lmily and friends. White Ribbon
emedy is easily given by- following
ie simple directions.
The only drink cure endorsed and
id by members of a Woman's Christ
n Temperance Union.
Indorsed and Sold by Members of a
Vioman's Christian Temperance Union.
Mrs. Anna Moore, Press Superin
ndent of the Woman's Christian Tem
rance Uunion, Los Angeles, Califor
a, states: 'I have tested White Rib
)n Remedy on very obstinate drunk
ds, and the cures have been many. I
ieerfully recommend and indorse
'hite Ribbon Remedy, and advise any
oman to give it to any relative suffer
g from drunkenness.'
Sold in every dru g store, 50c and $1.
rial package free hy writing or call
g on Mrs. A. M. Townsend (for years
cretary of a Woman's Christian Tem
irance Union), 218 Tremom.A St., Bos
n, Mass. Special agents in
NEWBERRY. S. C.,
HILDER & WVEEKS.
Ipiumi Whiskey and
All Drug Habits
3ured Without Pain at
HE BEST OF SANATORlAM FA
CILITIES IF DESIRED.
If you are addlictedl to these hiabits vou
inuk you will gmit ii.. You wvont; you
in't uniaidled; but you can be curced and
stored to your formner health and1 vigor
ithout paim or the loss of an hour fromi
nir busittess at a utodeLrate cost. Thue
edicine builds up your heailthI restores:
).ir nervous systetrn to its nlormial con
tioni; you feel like a dlifTerenit per-soni
L)m the begintninig of treatment, IhV
4G OFF 111 OPIATES A FTER
FlJ' FIRST I)OSV. You will soon1 be
tisfied in you r own mind that. you will
Mr. T. M Brown, of D)eQueeni, Arks
ys: "Over seven years ago I was cure~
Opititm habit' by your med icinle, atiu '
'e (conti ined ini the very best of healthi
D)r. W. M. T'unstall, of L.ovinugstoni, Va.,
ys: "I ain glad to sayi that I firmly
:hieve that I au entirely and permia
intly cured of the Drink I [abit, ais I
ive n)ever e vei so) mu ich ats wanLlted a
ink int any formi since I took your
adteator, r.ow 'ighuteen tuths ago. It
as the bost dlollar I ever invested.
Mrs. Virgi nia Townmsend(h. of Shreve
>rt, h,a , writes: "No mocre opinm it
yve tak en nmo othier remiedly thana votn i
id I make no mzista ke wheni I say that
y health is betther no0w thani it ever was
miy life', and T owe it to you anid your
miedy. It lhas beeni twelve velrs~ sice
was euhred by y'our treatmeint."
Fo.r full p)articulars addlress, Dr. IH. Mt.
!oolley, 301 L,owndes Rhllg., Atlanta,
ai., who will scnd you his book on these