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CUPID U-NITES N01)TH 1INP SOUT11
Tillman-Moore Wedding Takes Place
at Trenton Before Hundreds of
Relatives and Friends.
Mrs. August Kohn in News and Cour
Trenton, April 26.-Tonight, at:
Trenton, one of the most interesting
marriages of many years to South
Carolin'ians was solemnized, when
Miss Margaret Melona Tillman, eld
est daughter of United States Senator
and Mrs. Benjamin Ryan Tillman, was
joined in marriage to Mr. Charles
Sumner Moore, a prominent attorney
of Atlantic City, N. J. The weddingi
was one of the most elaborate and
artistic ever witnessed in this State,
and was attended by friends from va
Tious parts of the United States.
The wedding- was solemnized in the
Church. of Our Savior, the Rev. R. G.
Shannonhouse, the pastor, officiating.
Loving hands had transferred the
ehurch into a bower of beauty. Wav
ing palms, dainty ferns and yellow,,
and white lilies formed an exquisite
background for the impressive cere
mony, preceding which there were]
some exquisite vocal selections, Mrs.
Isham W. Richardson, of Athens, Ga.,
presiding at the organ.
Preceding the bridal party a quar
tette entered, singing the "Bridal
Chorus" from "Lohengrin." This I
quartette was composed of the
Messrs. Henry Cumming Tillman, of
Greenwood; Isham W. Richardson, of 1
Athens, Ga.; Misses Frances Smith, of
Washington, D. C., and Gussie O'Neal,
- ef Atlanta, Ga. Misses Smith and *
O'Neal were gowned in yellow chiffon,
even satin of the same shade, with
garniture and drapery of "Old.
The Bridal Party.
Following the quartette of singers
eame the ushers, as follows: Messrs.
John Gordon Hughes, of Union; B. R.
Tillman, Jr., of Trenton; Charles
Boineau, of Atlanta, and Benj. War
ren Bettis, of Trenton. The brides
maids and groomsmen entered togeth
er and formed a circle around the
altar. They were: Miss Sophie Till
man and Mr. Henry Wise Hughes;
Miss Alice Morse Tower, of ,Boston,
-Mass., and Mr. John Woolston Coles,
of Philadelphia; Miss Addie L. Har
riet Hughes, of Trenton, S. C., and1
the Hon. Nelson Bun Gaskill, of
Trenton, N. J.; Miss Sarah Jenkins
Lee, of Abbeville, and Mr. Warner
Edward Love, of Morsetown, N. J.
The dame of honor, Mrs. Henry C.
Tillman, of Greenwood, entered alone. r
She was exquisitely gowned in prim
rose mar uisette over satin, with ap-s
plique .of gold. The gowns worn by.
the bridesmnaids were *of a charmi.ngi
shade of yellow satin, with over-dress
of yellow chiffon, with garniture of
The maid of honor, Miss Sallie May t
Tillman', preced.ed the bride, and was
a dainty and attractive little figure:
in her girlish dress of yellow satin,
with cream embroidered lace over
The bride entered upon the arm ofs
her father, the Hon. B. R. Tillmnan,
and was met at the altar by theT
-groom and his best man, Mr. Erring- b
ton, Burnley Hume, Jr., of Charleston,
S. C., when they were solemnly pond
together in the service of the Episco
The Bride's Gown-Reception. c
The bride was gorgeously gowned
in white chiffon cloth over satin, point
-lace panels, tunic effect. The bodice
was elaborately trimmed in point lace
and exquisite hand work. No jewels a
were worn except a miniature, a Lam- i
ily heirloom; a count train wa worn. J
She wore a veil of tulle with a wreath J
of orange blossoms. Her sh.ower
bouquet was composed of bride's ros
es and lilies of the valley. The.E
bridesmaids, dame and maid of hon- 'E
or carried yellow xuelody roses. con.
pleting a beautiful picture.F
Atter the ceremony the guests were
entertained at a most ehorate , re
ception, at the bomne of . the brie'
parents. There svare anc-ut tv:o bun
dred guests presrnt and an. egant.
* course supper was served. ?he b-ide
and groom were assiste:1 in receiving
by Mr. and Mrs. F. E. 2:m an u
Mrs. Moore and Miss 'morQe, mo,ther
and sister of the groom. Mrs. Till
man wore an extremely handsome
robe of black chiffon cloth with bandsL
of hand-embroidery. Mrs. Moore wore
an exquisite lace robe over white and
embellished with touches of white.d
Miss Moore wore a dainty gown of
blue crepe meteor, the guests were re
ceived and cared for by the large
number of house guests. After greet
ing the bridal party in the flower-i
crowned drawing room, they were in
. vited into the dining room, a dre-:n
The Brildes Tabb-.
era f dao:Tt shades of lo
tulle and fcahory fern. The hug c en
tr-:t upsed of masses of
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re hearts of ferns and tulle. Thi
~corations throughout the room car
ed out the effect, while the colo:
hleme wvas carried out in the~ va
us courses. The abride's souven.
; to her maids were topaz pins
hile the groom's to his attendant.
re gold cuff buttons. Mrs. Moore'
-away gown was a simple, but sty
sh, coat suit of blue and modis1
que of bTae, with autumn leaves an
int touches of pink.
Mr. 'and Mrs. Moore went by autc
obile to Augusta. From there the
ill go via Atlanta to Tallulah Falli
he honey-moon will be spent at th
Lmmer home of Mrs. Lamar Ruther
rd Lipscomb, 'of Washington, D. C
ter in the spring they will be a
>me in an apartintent at 'Atlanti
ty. The presents numbered severa
udred and were unusually hand
~me and diversified. Senator Till
an's present to his daughter was
mnpletely furnished home and ches
Among the out-of-town guests, wh
tended the wieddi.ng, were: Mrs. an
iss Moore, Atlantic City, N. J.;. Mrs
sse W. Toby, New York city; Mrs
hn W. Bunch, Columbia, S. C.; Mrs
D. Lee, Abbeville, S. C.; Mrs. Wi]
older, Augusta, Ga.; Mr. and Mrs
enry C. -Tillman, Greenwood, S. C.
iss Alice Tower, Boston, Mass.; Mis
.rah Lee, Abbeville, S. C.; Miss Jes
tesher, Erie, Pa.; Mr. and Mrs.]
. Richardson, Athens, Ga.; Mis
rances Smith, Washington, D. C.
[r. J. M. Baker, Washington, D. C.
Er. E. B. Stai-ke Elberton, Ga.
isses Mary and Louise Endicot1
ashington, 'D. C.; Miss Fanni
arke, Abbeville, S. C.; Mr. Lanidi.
arham, Norfolk, Va.; Miss Marci
[yers, Washington, D. C.; Mr. L. I
chnson, Little Rock; Mrs. Augus
Ihn, Dr. and Mrs. G. H. Bunch ani
'r. and Mrs. Fred Williams, of Co
mnbia. Toasts to the bride and th
ion of the North and South wer
unk in wine made by the bride'
~other almost 20 years ago, kept fo
s momentous occasion.
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AN DIIPORtTANT LAND SALE.
- The Anderson Real Estate and In
vestment Company has bought the
- HattonL property consisting of a hal'f
-block about a block and a half east
,of the square. This is an important
i deal and one that means a great deal
i for the town. Heretofore it has not
- been available fior improvement, but~
I now we understand that the new own
iers propose t;o clean off the property
at once, divide it into lots and s'ell it
- on very easy "terms at auction. The
I public will recall that there is o
.large two-story dwelling on Nance
e street and two nice tour room cot-:
- tages on Caldiwell street. The proper
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c ly in May.
dolumbia, Newberry & Laurens Ri. IL.
a Schedule in effect October 6, 1910
Subject to change without notice.
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A. C. L, 52. 53. 1
SLv. Charleston.. ... 6.10am 10.00pn.
Lv. Sumter.. .. ....9.41am 6.20pa,
Lv.C., N. &L.
L.Columbia.... ..11.15am 4.55ipmi
.1 Lv. Prosperity. .12.42pm 3.34pi
SLv. Newberry.. .. .12.56pm 3.20pLm
.Lv. Clinton.... .... 1.50pm 2.35pum
sLv. Laurens.. ..... 2.35pm 2.12pm
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Ar. Greenville. . .. 4.00pm 12.20pI.
Ar. Spartanburg. .. 4.05pm 12.20pmn
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A.Abbeville .. .. 3.55pm 1.02pm
Ar. Greenwood.. .. 3.27pm 3.33pm
*Ar. Athens..... .... 6.05pm 10.30ain
;Ar. Atlantg...... .. 8.45pm 8.00aA
A. C.'L. 54. 5.
Lv. Columbia.... .. 5.00pm 11.15a
eL. Prosperity... ...6.26pm 9.50a
Lv. Newberry...,...6.44pm 9.32a.
Lv. Clinton..........7.35pm 8.4i4a
Lv. Laurens.. .. ...7.55pm 8.2Ua
SC. &W. C.
Ar. Greenville.. ....9.20Opm 7.00jam.
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Ar. Greenwood.. 2.28am 2.38au,
rAr. Abbeville.... ...2.56am 2.sa
Ar. Athens.. .... ...5.04am 11.59pa0
-Ar. Atlanta.. ......7.1Eam 9.55pw
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