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THE NEWS OF PROSPERITY.
Commexnceme-.t Visitors-Recital by
Mrs. T. F. Brov:ne's Music
li C --- junter has returned
froWheat Silver Street and
as a:he summer.
I a trained nurse Iront
Swah fever at
Pr .: H e r
l C Rof Coum
a. h1r ) . C. SInIlI
/M L \wkins. during comn
Ac and .."Cy Pe,
Wi1 y the commec -
i T: and Marie Lathan are2
t ..( 'pon coLnmencement
tis Wee. -t.: guests of Mr. A. .
\ Bae Bede igh Is in
We fail, t xge a ynop)siS o M
Camvata te -n g by the primary
and imtermedia d epatenttS of
Tuesday ever.ing a t 8:30. \Ve feel
safe in saying tht it you come that
you wll bC amply repaid.
WVe give the program of the recital
by the music class of the P. G. school
under direction of Mrs. J. F. Browne,
on Thursday at 8:30 p. m.. June tst:
Duet. La Grace. C. Bohm--Misses
Harmon and Wise.
Laughng Eyes. Mazurka, T. Lozey
--Miss Mar Lizzie Wise.
Aumumn .caves Waltz. Zimmer
man-Miss Lillian Hair.
In the Twilight. a reve.-ie, (Ladies
Home Journal). W. A. Strong-Miss
March of the Guards, H. Engleman
--Iiss Dottie Merchant.
Sunbeam Waltz, L. Streabbog
Miss Lela Harmon.
The Revellers, C. W. Cadman-Mc
Sunshine Polka, Whitney-Miss
-Trio, Palonaise, L. Streabbog
Mary Wheeler. Marie Schumpert,
Ca ching Butterflies, Alberti-Miss
Lou H arm'on.
Dance of :he Fireflies. T. Brackett
-Miss Marie Counts.
Tristisse W-r:z. A. Teixera-Miss
The Silver SprH- C. Harris-Miss
Dance of tile Ny: ..phs. Etta F:isher
.-.Miss Lucv Beden'oaugh.
Ini thle A\rena March. H. Englemian
-M'iss Rubv Lee Taylor.
Evening Nocturne. Ed. M. Read
Miss Janie Russell.
L. Angilon Grand Valse, E. Schneid
er-Miss WVillie Mae Wise.
Violets, Intermezzo. H. Hamer
Miss Marie Schumpert.
Duet. Shooting Meteor, Paul
Misses Livingston and Gibson.
Woodland Voices, T. Franklin
Miss Vida Counts.
Parley Waltz, Streabbog-Miss
Dancing Butterflies. C. Kern-Miss
March Militairc. Carl Tausig-Miss
A\nnie Mae P.:!eibaugh.
Fantai.se. Farantelle. Bin :-Miss
Atz the C ,n-'~- .. . Polka, Engel
man---1Miss Ruby Russell.
Trio. Mbreb. Trio"mphale. L-. Gob
haerte-Miary Lizzie. Tena and Me
Mazurka De Concert. T. Leschetiz
lay-Miss Rosabella Harmon.
Duet, After the Charge. Galop, H.
Engelman-Misses Bedenbaugh and
Vocal Solo, Good -eNighiF Sweet
Dreams. Biseh'ofAi fts.J. - Whi?e'
GENERAL NEWS NOTES.
s of More or Less Interest Con
densed Throught the World.
he m..:y -2retaLry hasretrne
of h' capured Confederate
The n vrsit of Pennsylvania
yarded S2..oo :i scholarships and
\e ll etit e irto a
i1i'mier itaI'r nxed May 30 fOr
C debjt' ..:: :ne pr.posed vote Co
emion o1 potmas I ti.le
\\nie Cmtt.a proinethe acnd
' C'- d.h aiOlIcn
lymart youn man. wa. drowned
aid e sufhaing a" T Tee Island.
The Pk'-;1y-..vrian General -
1t at W1in-ma '.ake. Ind.. decided to
meet next year a' Des Maines Iuwa
Verv lIttlC ri1o0ing occturred in Chi
: as ar es'.l: of the te'amster'
ZzIke a dl(l trc.''p-- were n1"ot Called :.r.
f the report h;a. the Russian and
I nese2~ fleets hv eneggdi
Th.:-U muljzation2 of the Equitable
L.ife Asurance Society has been tem
pIrarily enjoined by the courts in
Afjer adopting numerous resolu
lns set.ing forth the needs of the
S u1th. the Southeri Industrial Parlia
The Southern Presbyterian Generat
\ssembiv received a report that
about S300.ooo had been pledged to
the twen-.eth century fund.
Students at Tapanese universities
and commercIal schools are not ob
liged to serve in the army. In Ger
many it has often happened that the
universities were cosed because all
the students and professors had join
ed the army.
The Czar of Russia, it is said. has
$25,000,000 invested in English securi
ties and it is also declared that he
would in an extreme crisis fly and
live in England. as other troubled
monarchs have done beforc him.
Then he has a second string to his
bow in the $6,-ooo,ooo invested in
American rails. ir'on and coal.
During the winter just passed Ja
pan's generals along the Shakhe spent
their time variously. "Gen. Nodzu,"~
according to Japanese newspapers,
"studied typewriting. Gen. Kuroki
kept barnyard fowls. During the Heii
kautai engagement. Gen. Kodanma
scarcely slept at all for a whole week.
but did no: seem one' whit the wrose
for his5 experience. Gen. Oyanma wvas
reprted as bein "the same rrabns:.
mearv hiearted gctenean as e'.er.'.
The grea :rike a: L imiges.
"-rnce. hau developed' a 'uccessort it.
:b.' fam7u' hior-LIe m naidlen leaders
* f. keltion and revolt. She ea!!s
herself "Le Citoyenne Sorgue - and is
a dark-eyed. comely young woman of
2. gii:ed with a magnificent voice
and a certain measure of eloquence.
She proclaims herself the new "Red
Virgin," in successison to the late
Louise Michel, and preaches reprisals
and sanguinary vengeance.
The deepest haul of a net ever
made in the world was achieved by
Americans off the Tonga Islands in
the South Pacific, says H. S. Canfield
in May St. Nicholas. The trawl struck
botom 23,000 feet below the surface;
that is considerably more than four
miles down, but even at that depth
animal life was found. Those strange
beings lived in water whose tempera
ture was constantly just above the
freezing point, and under a pressure
ofo.ono pounds~ to the square inch.
TL s1in that net ami brlig it back
aga:n t,.1k- :: wh l day of steady la
Th nna''ial wycld' wyill he grecativ
ba juistic ofC e ec to the effect
that a national bank bill is outlawed
adi can not he r-i any value to any
one and theref re can not constitute
a good tender for a debt, after six years
from this date. The. opinion of the
serve,a cause of ictio'n on a demand
nte, tha0t..the bank ridte is a demand
Wote. andl-in the~absence of proof that
K'ives and Forks.
Vases, Chafing DiE
manded of the bank the note is out
1:wed. Strange that no one thought
learned justice states that the law is
the effect that a demand must be
nade within six years in order to pre
Fortv--ix carloads. amounting to
:re than 300,000 fruit trees. have
recn received at Hotchkiss. says The
Denver Republican. for planting in
the orchards in this neighborhood
his spring. Ne arly all of the ship
nents were to men from Eastern
*ta:es who have recently moved to
NVestern Colorado for the purpose of
A citizen who is intimately ac
quainted with George B. McClellan,
mayor of New York, declares that he
has not a nerve in his being. "I have
seen him in some close quarters, but
ave never seen him change color or
ppear the least concerned," he adds.1
He may have wounds to nurse and
nrses them, but if he does he goes
nto a back room to do it. Just once
ince he has been in office has he
(uailed at any proposed ordeal. The
ealth commissioner wanted him to
ake a ride in a new model ambulance,
mut the mayor declined, saying he was
fraid. 'But there is no danger.' 'No
langer?' said the ma.yor; 'I guess youi
on't know abo.ut the jokemnakers of
hec American pres. Excuse me."' "*
The Sowhe ~rnt r.i:way a-montnecs
er:on accoum o f the Confederate
Vtrans Reutnicn. from the followving
Anderstm ...... ......I0-oo
Columbia . . .-.-.-.-.- 145
Equally as low rates from other
Tickets on sale June 10-13, inclu
ive; final limit to June 19, 1905. An
xtension may be had to July Io, by
epositing ticket with joint agent at
LouisvilVe, and upon payment of a*
ee of 53 certs.
Side trips from Louisville to points
i Kentucky can b' made at very low
2. u the. an. PaIm<I an reserva tion.
:i nach agentt- S':t-~hern railwvay.
Dr. 1R. M. Kennedy,
Newberry, - - S. C.
rVER NATIONAL RANR.
Servers of All Kinds,
hes, Clocks, at
e Right Drug Stc
We are determined to
that buys their Dry Goo
from us this week, say
seasonable goods, sol
Prices. Remember we
Wednesday we will si
Black Dress Goods, Wh
never before made in la
The prices are low or
department, but this w<
knife of cut prices sti <
The time is here for E
them in every design ar
prices. No. 60 Dresde
sell from 35 to 50c. o
No. 80 Satin Taffeta, wc
a yard No. 40, 60 and
20c. buy all you need 1 (
to bring you to the righi
St ime. 1i we haven't jui: what
$ \e sh~an not urge y ou to buy.
goods as~ soon as you can. It I
every way to make selections b
+ MAYES' DR
e Dishes, etc. I
ters, Pitchers, etc.
make every customer ,
d, Millinery and Shoe s.
they never before had
d them at such Low
Sshow new goods 'in:
11I every yard of sil k,
te Goods, and at prices
v every article in th is;
~ek we Intend to put the
libons andi we have:
id width, match thes_e
n Ribbons worth and
ur price. 19c. a yard.
rth 25c. our price, 16 c
30 plain Taffeta, worthv
)c. a yard. It's our aimrn
: price store.
N AND SEE
opping tom! come here first. *
irnece.,:ary steps an1d much *
vou want then look elsewhere.*
bt we do wish you to see our
ill be to your advantage in
?fore the final rush bein.