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WBDN^AY^ AU?V26. 1803;
. Mica Leila BaescU IB visiting rehv
_ Misa MfiE?i? Fo?eU, pf CiiarJeeton, ia
the gueet of M?as Beast? Bee.
Jj-?s.'A. W^Toact, oz ^liarleatoo, ie
riattio^ ?elativea itt the city.
'i *nd Mis. C. ts, Ooobf of Okclona,
Ark., ate en a ebost vialt here.
Joe McKinney and Blanton Laity
nave gone to Birmingham, Ala.
The Stahles of W.B. MaGruderon
j Depot street are being torn down.
Mr. and aire. Wm. Laughlin are in
New York to spond several weeks.
Miss Helen Gate? has gone Nov th on
ih combined business nna pleasure trip.
"Miss Adele Pr?vost and little Mis*
l ?Virginia Marshall are visiting in Abbe
-.Misses Lucy and weihe liar toa are
visiting Miss Vera Allen at Lowndes
I ' Miss Dit Gilmer is the guest this
? week of Mr>. W. T; McFali; of Abbe
Dr. H. A. Lipon, of Spartanburg,
paid a visit to bis. brothers here last
v.lars. A. Lee Humphreys and little
daughter, of O col a, Fia., are visiting in
. Miss Floride Sto?e, ot Greenville,
has returned homo after a visit to
- Miss Aldrich, of Barnwell, is spend
ing som? finn, =?ith her sister, Mrs. M,
Col. and Mrs. H. IL Watkins lofl
Sunday for a tvr f weeks' outing al
Bkyland, N. Cv
:^ Mrs. J. Wi Pr?vost and Mies Anni*
Pr?vost are spending a few days al
Hiss Margaret Willingham, of Chat
tanoogo, Tenn., ?B the guest of Mia
; : Miss Miriam Todd, of Charleston, ii
in the city to spend some time .witl
Miss Essie Todd _
J/rs. Marv Israel, after a visit to th<
family of Itev. H. R. Murchison, ha
gone lo New York.
v; John Razanos, the irait and oonfec
tionery man, has returned from a vlsi
to "the old country," Grot ?o.
Mr. and Mrs. George Westmoreland
of Atlanta, are in the cir* visiting Mi
and Mrs. J. W. Quattlebaum.
\ Mrs, J, M. Chandler leaves for he
home in Sumter tomorrow after a sta
: with her mother, Mrs. Keese.
Capt. Whit Robinson has resume
his run oa the Savannah Valley Rai1
road af ter a reBt of Bomo weeks.
0 James McClelland and i/i'ss Louie
Campbell were married on Sunday h
Bev. D. W. Keller at his residence.
Mrs. H. M. Dunwoody and eon r<
turned to Atlanta Saturday mornin
af ter? pleasant stay with relatives.
George E. Prince, John C. Watkii
and E. F. Cochran have returned fro:
a ten days' outing lu the mountains.
Mrs. C. Si Minor, who has been vlsi
ing relatives here for some weeks, wi
retar? to her home in Salisbury, N. t
Mr. and Mrs, Percy Sharpe, wi
have been with relatives in the cit
returned Monday to their home :
Nashville, Ten. i.
H. C. Beattie,of Greenville, an aide
man of that city and also president <
the Blue Ridge Railroad, opent Fridt
in the city looking after business into
Miss Nelle Deal, chiefa operator
the telephono office, returned Sundi
from a much deserved vacation, havii
been on a visit Of some length to h
sister, Mrs. Moran, in Greenville.
Miss Laura Daniels, a young wornt
who lived at the:Orr Mills, died -nt tl
home of ber parents on - Wedriesdi
night lost.. The. remains were carri
to Elbert County, Ga., forintermei
C. F. and W. 8. Power spent sever
days lint week with, relatives in Ham
ton County. Miss Geraldine. Pdw<
their sister, returned home with thc
and will spend some time in Andercc
Mrs. W. J. Wy ly will leave in a ft
days, fer Anderson to spend a few da
*?ith her mother, Afra. 8. B. Parki
will also visit relatives at Liben
returning to Hosea Path about tho IC
of September.-Honea Path Chronic
. We are indebted to our bid frier
wia. M. Hall, for a treat ia the w
of flue penches. Mr. Hall has a fl
orchard, and is prepared to ?arni
peaches for canning and othci y%
rr>iA ittRnysnss oa thc recent!j but
ed cottage of Mtv A. L. Welch.
Welch street, amounting to 8000, I
been paid. Mr. A.- S. Gaillard, of X
lumbla, came np on Friday and ad ju
ed the loss.
3. E. Smith, ol Barnwell, a you
man who waa recently admitted to 1
bar, waa iu the city a few anya s
looking oree tho field with a view
locating here for the practice of I
J. ?. Pruitt, Jr., & Co. announce
this issue that they havo opened nj
first-class grocery store at 917 Soi
Main Street. They expect to keep
hand everything usually kept in iii
lin?, and Invite tho public to drop
and get their prices. Give thon
call, and you will not regret it.
The Anderson Kines gave abatt-?
drill on tho square Friday fe2u>rno
Thia waa their first pabilo appeara:
since th? review of the .Third Be
ment during Gala Week, The g<
results of tho encampment at Colura
were apparent ia the splendid wftj
which the company acquitted if*
W. Eugene Milford died in Greenv
Saturday night as the result of a
raUic stroke. He waa born andree
ta thia County, and for a ?mmbei
/cara was in bnainess ia th!s city,
waa aboutI?7 years t x?i He. marj
Miss Minnie Watson, of thia elt*,<v
with one child aurvlvts him. His
mains wcro brought to Anderson M
day and interred in Silver Brook Ci
Mr. and Mrs. W. FI. WoolbTight i
children, of Atlanta, Ga,, who h
hoop visiting tho father ot Mrs. Wc
bright, Mr. J. M. Ashby, of ?
Township, have returned home affo
tdnftM?nt stay Of two c?r three wee
Tiley were accompanied by Mr. j
Mrs. C. V. Ashley, aloa of Atlai
Both families have a host of friend
Anderson Connty, 'who. are ata1
ii?eaaed fo have a Visit from1 thc?.
.Rev. M, B. Kelly* pastor of St. John
Methodist Church, Io spending several
days at Jocaseee.
Ur. ar ^ Mrs. F.* M. Bamberg left
Monday xor Bamberg, after visiting
relatives in the eify.
Larry Brown and mother, Mrs,
BW* W y<?ter?ay fO* a
visit to relatives ia Laurena.
Mr. and Jfri; Strouse and Jiias Holen
WoU. who -ha?e bees on pleasure
?rip to Tallulah Fails, have returned
, 3& w. F. Daniel was called to Lan
dram Saturday by a telegram an
nouncing the death of his sister, Mro.
W. B. Stoolo. jr,, city ticket agent,
(sat his former home iu Hock HUI for
aTe w days. Wm. Archer is filling his
A. G. Means, cr., of Union, and his
daughter, Mrs. w. W. Thompson, of
Spattanburg, are.tho guests of A. -J.
Col. M. P. Tribble. of Columbia,
who is engaged in collecting Confed
erate rolls, is in the city on a visit to
He v. H. R. Murchison was ono of tba
grineipal speakers at the Presbyterian
unday Softool Instituto held at Henea
Path last week.
Mrs. H. W. Richardson, S lato regent
of the D. A. R., spent several days
in the city last week with the family of
Gen. M. L. Bonham.
Miss Maggie E. Beaver, of Wash
ington, P.C., who has been spending
the past few weeks in the city with
relatives has returned homo.
Maj. Charles H. Smith, "Bill Arp,"
died at Carters viUe, Ga;, y ea te day.
He will be greatly missed by a large
number of friends ali over the South.
The ?old folks singing" will meei
with prospect Church Sunday, August
30th. .Take your Christian Harmonic!
and your dinner baskets and have f
The application * for catalogues ol
the W. xs. H. S. heve been BO mimer
ous that tho edition of 2,000 ia almost
exhausted. This indicates ito /'ocreas
Our Mr. C. C. Langston vis rustica
ting np in Pennsylvania for a week o
two fer the benefit of his health ant
visiting relatives. He was accompa
nied by his mother.
Daniel Jones and Miss May H?ntel
were married on last Thursday nigh;
at the home of the bride's f ather nea:
Belton. Rey. A. J. Cauthen, Jr.,per
formen the ceremony.
.K'? brass band will be established a
Millville. Several instrumento h av
already been purchased and the mei
are now practicing. The credit for or
gauizing the band ia duo to Col. J. W
% In juvenile naaeball circles there wa
a Ur ely interest in the game on Frida
afternoon between the South Ender
of thia city and a team from William
eton. The South End team won by
score of ll to 8. \
T. N. Glenn has accepted a poa it io
With tko General Electric Company, o
Schenectady, New York. He-bas bee:
for some time in the employ of th
Anderson Water. Light & Power Com
pany at Portman.
C E. Tribble, Willie Gordon an
Mts. Carrie Breazeale left ycatirda
for Greenville to attend the State Sut
day School Convention which conver
ed there last night. ?
B. P.- Martin, Esq., left the cit;
Sunday afternoon for a few days' sta;
in the mountains. Ho was joined a
Greenville by his brother, State Bupei
inte?dent of Education, O. B. Marti!
Invitations have been issued for th
marriage of Miss Minnie Kirksey, <
Piekens, and Mr. Ed Sadler, of Essi
cn September let. Miss Kirksey wi
in charge of the Behool at the Orr Mi
? ; IV '.'
Mrs; C. G. Anderson, of Savanna!
Mr. N. L. Poullnin, of Boston, an
Mr. and Mrs. Ohas. L. C. Thomas, <
Social Circle, Ga-, are in the city visi
ipg their sisters, Mrs. \ Cartledge ac
Mrs. Campbell. x \
The several railroad oroBsingsin tl
city'are in bad chape for people wi
find it necessary to cross in buggic
etc. It is n continuous bump as ic no
stands. Tho proper authorities shoo
B?e that it is fixed right.
M isa Faunie Tucker died at the bon
of her father, R. A. Tucker, at the O
Mills Friday night. She was 10 yea
of age. The remains were laid to re
tho following day, the funeral servie
being conducted by. Ko v. B.M. Rober
I Mr. C. J. Ellison, of Brushy Cr?
"Township, will, in a short time, put
operation a creamery near St. ran
Church. He is ut present learning tl
cheese making industry in C.
Voight's establishment at Georg?
J. W. W. Daniel, former princio
of the Central Graded School, w
leave ina few days for Vanderb
University to pursue a special com
oe cindy daring the coming sessic
Mr. Daniel has secured a fellowship
the University and has a bright care
Colonel John M. Patrick, .'assists
adjutant and inspector general, h
been appointed assistant temped
general of the Army of Northern V:
ninia, United Sons, of Con feigen
Veterans. The appointment wagina
by Commander VV.MoL. Fayseoux.
Capt. J. ll. Grant? of Gklohor
City, has been spending several da
in the city with hie family. He vi
ted Washington lust week for the pi
pose Of securing the detail of an an
officer for the Oklahoma Military C
lege. He is connected with that ina
Mr. T. Walter Thompson, who'i
been a yard conductor* for some tin
bsa been made night yard master. A
Thompson, who is from .Anden
County originally, is regarded ec
coed railroad man.-Colombia Stat
We are glad to see that Mr. Thompt
ia doing like all Anderson County bc
Mayor J. L. McMillan, of Abbevil
accompanied by Mr. J W. Hardt
one of hie aldermen, tespectcd ?
Plant of the Anderson Water, Light
Power Company last week. The v
ter supply of Abbeville ie insufficiei
and Mr. McMillan thinks of adopt;
taie System of shallow wells in use
tho plant in this city.
lt is probable that at the next me
ing ot the County Commissioners st?
will bo taken to purchase an outfit :
making macadam toads. The gt
roads agitation is bringing about sat
factory results in other CpnntloA ?
will surely accomplish modi in And?
a n. The commissioners will also u
up the Question of building & new st
bridgeover Seneca river at tho fe
below Earle's bridge, The people
the Pork aro heartily iu favor of
nt?w bridge. . r
'11 . "
Rev. R, A. Child hat retornad from I
atrip to Nashville, Tenn. Ile isa
member of tho book committee bf the
Southern af ethodiet Church, and waa
called to Nashville to act with the
committee in eleoting a successor to
Bev. R. J. Bigham, book agent of the
Company E, 20th South Carolina
Regiment, C. S. A., held ita annual re
union, ^t Neal's Creek on last Thursday.
Sixteen members of the company were
present, besides several hundred vlsi
ora. 'Addresses were made by E. M.
tucker, Jr., W. P. Wright and H. H.
Little Gladys, the six-montha-old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ham
mond, of this city, died last Sunday
and waa buried the day following in
Silver Brook Cemetery, the Rev. Mr\
Keller conducting tho funeral services.
Tho young parents have the sympathies
of their many friends.
E. D. Stone, of Washington, D, C.,
claiming to be representing tho inter
ests of the Southern Railway, spent n
day or two in the city last week. He
made inquiries about railroad matters
in general, and particularly asked
about the prospect of tho proposed
Tennessee, Georgia andSouth Carolina
line being built.
. ? v^lfack Elrod, a negro living hear Pel
Kov, waa a few days ago committed to
?M? on tho charge of killing his wife
Slrod became involved in a quarre
with his wife, and, according to hil
contention, got his pistol and snappec
it at her, ito claims that he did not
know that the pistol was loaded ant
that consequently the killing Waa ncci
dental. Magistrate Pinokney, of Pel
zer, held an inquest and the jury re
turned a verdict charging Eirod witl
V. A recent dispatch from Knoxville t<
the Atlanta Constitution says tba
"the Southern Railway has put a larg
force of men and mules at work on it
extension from Maryville, Tenn
through the Rabun Gap rouio int
South Carolina. The work is ver.
heavy in aome sections, but it will b
speedily accomplished as all the mod
ern railroad building devices will h
employed to get the road through in
hurry. Thia will give Knoxville ac
other short line to the Atlantic see
Julian Fant, or this city, was pail
fully iojured at McCormick on Frida
night. He is at present a freight COE
ductor on the Charleston and Wester
Carolina Railway, and at the time <
the injury waa directing the movemen
of bis train from the top of a bos ca
In some way be lost his footing an
fell to the ground. He fell in the we
of the moving train, but fortunate]
one of the train hands was standic
near by abd dragged him off the tra?
in time to SUVA him from a shockit
death. Mr. Paut's injuries are paint
but not serious, and niB many f rient
wish tor bim a speedy recovery.
Some of the negroes who went <
Smith's excursion to Asheville ls
week became involved in a quarrel ?
the train. The difficulty started ju
this side of Spartanburg on., the wi
homo. Herman Thompson was da
gerously wounded. He received i
Ugly cut across his face, a stab in t
breast and a deep gash in the s h oui di
Thompson waa brought homo and E
Earle gave him medical attention. ?
condition waa critical for a time, to
he will recover. His assailant has n
been apprehended. The car was ?
cf negrees and ail deny knowledge
the party who did the cutting.
Colonel M. P. Tri obie, Commisaioi
of Confederate War Records, who
in tho city, says that about G4,<
names havo already been enrolled e
of a supposed total enlistment fn
this State of 71,000. He secured fr?
Mr. John M. Hubbard a roll of i
Companies of Manigault's Battalit
composed of troops from Sooth Care
na, Georgia and Florida. Thia int
esting document was found in the <
court house when it was being U
down, and was brought to the i
country by refugees from Chariest
'vhoro wero other rollo and if any*
them are in poaseaaion of citizens, C
Tri bblo would bo glad to have the lc
of them in completing his work of co
piling the records.
The laat issue of the Honca P.
Chronicle has this to say in refere;
to the new Bank being organized
that plac?: A new Bank will be o]
for business in Honea Path by the 1
of October. Mr. B. M. Shfrloy: ie
tho head of tho movement and has
ready secured more than three-four
of the necessary capital. So qui*
has the work of organizing tho now
terprise ber.n going on that very J
of tho people of (the town knew t
such a movement v, as on foot u
nearly one-half of the stock had b
subscribed. It will doubtless bo kn<
SB the Bank of Honea Path and will
capitalized at 920,000 or $25,000.
commission for a charter will be
piled for and the organization will
perfected at once. There has h
tr'.: of a new Bank being organize
this place for some time but thoma
had taken no definite ehape until a
or so ago when Mr. Shirley took i
hand with the result stated ab?
The men at the head of tho entert)
are among the most successful h
ness men of the town, and there i
reason why the Bank shonld not pi
armying in vestment.
Mr. Hugh Robert Barmore die
his home in Willi?mston on SUE
night after an illness of three w<
from a complication of troubles.
Barmore was 68 years old. He bod
many years boen engaged in the i
camile business in Williamston,
his good business judgment and i
grity enabled him to amass consid
pie property. At the age of 15 y
he enlisted in the 6th South Care
Cavalry under the command ot Col
Aiken. He rendered fine servie
the army. In one of the batth
Virginia he received a bullet wonr
the ankle whioh crippled him for
remainder of hia life. Mr. Bari
was twice married, his first wife b
Miss Virginia Clinkscales. His se
wife waa Minnie Elkin, of Colan
and she with two children soi
him. The interment took place J
day afternoon, after funeral ser
conducted by Rev. A. J. Cauthen,
fisted by Rev. O. E. Martin. Mr.
moro was a splendid citizen, apr
patriotic p? ?unathoth* and always x
to help hib fellowman. Much syi
thy is expressed for bin. Barmore
her little children.
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Having bought my %rother,*--iB. F.
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same stand, where I hope to have
the pleasure of seeing all my old
friends and customers. My motto
will be- - - - -.
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