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WELLINGTON -- LATHAM.
J. F. Wellington and Miss Hattie
f kk km ny n:itioiom at noon
The Commencement Exercises Will
Be Held at the Opera House
To-day, imtiiiily at 12 o'clock
Miss Ilattie Cmie l.alliam ami Mr.
J. 1. Wt'Uiti-to 1 were unite 1 in
tin holy bond of matrimony at the
lipiscopal church, K'ev. Hinges. of
ficiating. Tin i-luirt-li wan handsomely dec
orated with llowers and was wrll
fillrd with the invited guests.
Tin' bridal party arrived at tin
church door a few seconds before
12 o'clock and entered tin? church in
t lie following order: Mrt. Latham,
llic bride's mother, and Stuart Liv
ingston; then Miss Wellington,
who wan the maid of honor; then
the hride, leaning on her father'
arm, who were followed hy Miss
Viercgg "d Mr. Will C'l mentH
and Miss Jeanette Livingston ami
Mr. Charley Mur)hy. As the bridal
party nearcd the altar the groom
and Dr. Thede Livingston came in
lit the Hide entrance and took their
places hefore the altar. K'ev. Bur
gess then performed the heautiflll
lipiscopal wedding ceremony. Ah
the party entered the church Mrs.
S. II. Atwood played the wedding
march and she kept up a low music
during the entire ceremony.
'The hride wore a white corded
silk dress with tdiort train, and
white slippers, ami some Marshal
Neil roses upon her breast. Her
hair waH crimped and loosely
coiled around the hack of her head,
with a few Mowers.
The maid of honor, Miss Welling
ton, wore a white satin dress,
and Miss Viercgg had on a white
surah silk dress. Miss Jeane.te
Livingston wore a cpmiu colored
China silk dress, with a pansy
figure, trimmed in heliotrope.
1 ler hair was also crimped like the
bride's with a braid on the back of
As soon as the ceremony was
over the narly returned to the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Latham, where a
wedding breakfast was served to
about sixty guests, and where Mr.
and Mrs. Wellington were the re
cipients of a large number of hand
They left this afternoon at 4
o'clock for Minneapolis and eastern
points. They will travel most of
the summer before settling down to
housekeeping. Till-; lll.KAl.li joins
with their many friends in wishing
them a happy journey through
The graduating exercises id the
class of 'ir will occur to-morrow
night at the Wateriiii.nopera house.
The exercises will commence
promptly at S o'clock. The ushers
are all young ladies and are us fol
lows: Minnie White, (irace ltritt,
Hess Walker, Till Vallery, Ida Smith,
Anna Sullivan, Louise White and
Laura Kinkead, The lloral bearers
"re Alicr, lili.abeth and ILuel
l)ovey and Louise Drummond.
Following is the program to be
I'M I f.N. t.
Invocation - K'ev. L. K. Hritt.
Salutory with Oration - American
Citizenship-Chat. W. ltritt.
Kssay A I'lea for our Inferiors
Nellie (i. Hoone.
Class II istory Looking Hack ward
Latin Oration-Chains ami 1 tarsi
Ch.ss Song -The Motto of "'.rj
Oration - Locomotion -Henry K.
Class Prophecy- Looking For
ward - Maggie K. Salt'ord.
Class Poem --T. Frank Wiles.
Oration with Valedictory
Launched but not Anchored -Ja-nette
.iluress to i lass- in-, u . ,. Hum
Presentation of diplomas- S. A.
Kenediction Kev. J. T. Haird.
Judge Chapman granted a di
vorce yesterday to Mary Murray,
but has the financial part under ad
visement. The attention of the court in oc
cupied to-day with case of Travis
vh. A. V. Durrell et nl.
Moxey TO LOAN Thursday June
US, 1HV2, by Livingston Loan and
Henry Gebixg, Sec.
Mr. llughart has been transferred
to I Live lock.
PotoVue Inspector Sleeti is in
the city to-day.
Frank Morgan went out to Lin
coln this morning.
A. W. White was doing business
in Omaha to-day.
F. M. Young had business in the
Lein Cooper was an Omaha pas
senger this morning.
Mr. ami Mrs. Julius lYppcrbcrg
were iu ( hualia to-day.
Asher Clark and daughter, Miss
liila, were in Omaha to-day.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Petersen ami
daughter wi re iu Omaha to-day.
Stephen Hollnrd and Win. Carrol,
of Nehawka, are in the city to-day.
Mr. and Mrs. J, Fiuley Johnson
were Omaha passengers this morn
ing. John Sline, a prosperous fanner
living near I'nion, was in the city
William Mackey is compelled to
quit work for a short time on ac
count of a very sore hand.
lion. Anderson Knot returned last
evening from a trip through Ari
zona and California.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Y. Johnson went
up to Omaha this morning to wit
ness the sham battle.
Hot) Martin, a II..VM. machinist,
had the misfortune to severely cut
the three front lingers on his left
The Lincoln Journal bus this to
say concerning yesterday's jjaine:
It was another slugging match this
afternoon. The superior fielding
and hitting of the home team is
what defeated Plattsuiouth. Yapp
kept thy locals guessing the first
three innings, when McKibbcn
starteil the fusilade and the bal
ance of the team kept it up until the
last was out. Twelve hits with a
total of fifteen bases, is not bad.
McKibben's catch of a difficult lly
ball back of first base set the cranks
wild. The attendance was good
and big crowds are anticipated for
to-morrow and next day. Six scat
tering hiis is all the satisfaction
Plattsuiouth could get oil Packard.
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Kearney beat Fremont yesterday
in a one sided game. The score:
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World's Fair Notes.
The scene which the exposition
grounds now afford, with most of
the buildings Hearing completion
and the construction being pushed
forward by more than ij.otH) work
men, is accounted so interesting
and wonderlul that from l.ifcM t,i
."VMI visitors a day willingly pay the
admission fee of 'J.'i cents to witness
it. Hefore the abolition of the free
pass system the visitors often num
bered lo.tKHior -M.imi. The work of
construction was interfered with, so
that it was thought best to charge
an admission ami thus dciuinish
the si.e of the crowd of sightseers
and at the same lime add to the
financial resources of the exposi
tion. The contract for the erection of
the Texas building has been let to
a Waco contractor for fKKi.om). The
building will lie in Spanish style
will measure Sax-Nit) feet and have
four towers, The exterior will be
covered with staff and rendered
very ornamental. The interior will
be handsomely finished with native
Shiloh's catarrh remedy a posi.
itive cure Catarrh, Diphtheria and
Canker mouth. For Hale by F. G.
ANOTHER TRAIN COES EAST.
The State Business Men's Associa
tion Have Decided to Send
Another Train This Fall. j
The state business men's session
convened promptly at o'clock es- '
terd ay. At i:15 S. S. Lnglish, editor
of the Fagle Kaglet, addressed that
august body on the Mibject. "The
Duties of K'etail Merchants." His
address was comprehensive, cover
ing a wide range of details connect
ed with the business of retail mer
chants. A prominent point made
was that bu-iness men should pay
strict attention to their particular
line of business, master every detail
and seek the highe-t degree of suc
cess legitimately. He also urged
that business men should give some
attention to politics, in order that
bums and loafers might not uet con
trol of the local and sta'e govern
ment. He thought that business
men should be brave enough to
vot-' and work for the best men for
office without regard to the direct
and immediate effect upon their
trade. The address was well re
ceived and heartly applauded. At
the afternoon session id the associ
ation the committee on nominations
reported. Secretary Hodgin ex
plained that the constitution pro
vided that the president ami gener
al secretary of the Commercial Di
rectory company should be presi
dent of the Husiuess Men's associa
tion for the reason that the Directo
ry company had organized the Husi
uess Men's nseoe iation and the ac
tual work of the association was
conducted by the Directory compa
ny. It was necessary, therefore,
that the head officers of the Husi
uess Men's association be those in
timately connected with the Com
mercial Directory company.
He then reported the following
nominations for the action id the
F irst vice president, O. . King of
Lincoln; second vice president, II.
J. Lee of Fremont; third vice presi
dent, S. S. Lnglish of ICagle; first
assistant ecretary, F. II. Moore of
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t .i 13". S. H.Colvin of MeCook; third
assistant secretary, C. F. Iddingsof
fin; report was adopted and the
gentlemen proposed were selected,
President S, M. Crosby and Secre
tary 1'. T. Hodgin retain their re
spective positions at the head of
the associat ion.
The committee on trade handed
in a rcpoit iu which the elfort- be
ing made by certain classes of job
bers and installment goods nnr
chants to i;et t lu' postal laws
changed so as to admit their goods
in the mails at cheaper rates, was
vigorously condemned. The com
mittee recommended that a vigor
ous tight be made airainst the con
solidation of the third and fourth
classes of mailable matter and that
Nebraska representatives iu Wash
ington fie requested to use their in
lluenee to defeat the proposed
The report also recommended
that the advertising train be sent
east this fall again. The report was
The association spent an hour in
discussing the most successful
inethodsof keeping up an interest
the local branch of the association.
Secretary Hodgin offered some ex
Hrown V Harrett has the finest
of soda water drinks iu the city. tf.
The republicans of Louisville
held a ratification meeting last
tiight that was a hummer. The lit
tle village was ablaze with bonfires
and one of the largest crowds that
ever assembled in the village was
present to ratify the nomination of
Harrison and K'eid. Speaking was
held iu llassenieier's hall. The as
semblage was addressed by Hon.
Orlando Tcfft of Avoca and Jesse L.
U'oot and C. S. Polk of this city.
Alter the speaking a young men's
republican club was organized and
from reports the membership will
be doubled in a short time.
Try Hrowu ix- H.urett's ice cream
soda water. It will keep you Cool. tf.
MONEY to loan on farms
from G 1-2 per cent up, on 1 to
10 years limo to suit the bor
rower. Also loans on second
mortgages. J. M. LEYDA
Fr in SatiinliiyV builv.
Llbt of Letter-i
Keiuaining unclaimed in the post
office at Pl.utsmouth:
llrnekin, Ismie Itiek. I. A
Urowii.Uni- V J . Ii n-..!, . Charlie
Il isuell, K'ev A Keeler, Hilly
Kaltersou, A Miener, Frank
l olili, Win Nissun. Freil
Clink. W V Kolf, FJ
I'linrlotle, Aiiiiii Siliwemler, Juke
lleilriek, Fiinnie Cll Voorliees, Nellie
Persons calling for any of the
above will please ask for "adver.
tised" mail. II. J. Stkkiuht,
German Baptist Conference.
The German Haptist Connference
meets at Cedar Kapids, Iowa, June
3 to . One lowest first class fare for
round trip over the L P. Tickets
on sale May :) to June C, good until
Who can write the most
ONE - PRICE - CLOTHIER
Will Give the Following Prizes on July 4th:
1 A Nice Spring Suit.
2. A Nice Leather Satchel.
3. Two Nice Shirts.
Send all Postal Cards
JOE, The One
No more Postal Cards accepted after July 3, 1892,
Only one Postal Card received from one and the same person.
JOE, the Popular Clothier,
Opera SSovlso Comer, 2lattmo-a.tna..
Just n sure as hot weather comes
there will tie more or less bowel
complaint in this vicinity. Kvcry
person, and especially families,
ought tc have some reliable medi
cine at hand for instant use in case
it is needed. A or ,"0-cent bottle
of Chamber la in's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhiea Remedy is just what you
ought to have and all that you
would need, even for the most
severe ami dangerous cases. It is
the best, the most reliable and
must successful treatment known
and is pleasant to take. For sale
F. Ci. Fricke A: Co., druggists.
ACCIDKNT INSI WA.NCK,
T. II. I'oLLiiCK, Agent.
The Time to CiMiiit. ir. lt.
The best time to miccessfully counter
feit h coin is just after it is first issued.
The new halves and quarter dollars are
being tiuccessfully counterfeited junt lit
present. The people have seen so few of
the genuine, new coins, owing to the fact
that they have not worked their way
westward, that they scarcely know what
to expect. About half of the new half
dollars in circulation in Kansas City nro
composed for a great part of lead, but
well made. They won't ring at all when
dropped on a hard surface. -Kansas City
A Dor Strnln Neu Uii-r.
Newspapers have been mysteriously
stolen from doorsteps in Chicago, watch
was set and a little black and tan dog
was discovered tobetlieeulprit. Though
chased, the dog escaped, and was do
ti'cted twenty minutes later stealing an
other paper. Tim brute takes any kind
of newspaper regardless of polities or
quality of news matter. The police have
a description and are looking for thu ani
mal. Chicago Letter.
The 1'nllei.t Man.
Not content with having in Miss Ella
Ii wing tin." tallest woman in the Unit
id Mates, Scotland county, Mo., now
conns forward and claims the tallest
man in the world. His muno is .lode
Webb, height ti feet ' ', inches, weight
1" pound. IIo is to bo made drum
major of the Memphis band. Farmers'
To CliiriiKn from the Seubonril.
A number of owners of steam yachts
in New York intend to utilize them to
transport themselves and their friends
to the Chicago exposition by way of the
$t. Lawrence and Welland canal. They
believe it will be of great advantage to
live aboard their yachts and thus be iu
lependeut of crowded hotels.
James Hash of Richland township.
Owen county Ind.. while digging on
bis farm, unearthed uu old wooden box
leveral feet b.ow the surface, in which
were twenty-Lire pieces of Spanish sil
rer money. tU eldest coin dated back
Zn Cass Cc-G.2a.t3r
Every word must be written with pen and ink.
Every word must be readable with the naked eye,
And must.be written in sensible sentences
Price Clothier, Plattsmouth, Neb''
I had a severe attack of catarrh
and became so deaf I could not hear
common conversation. I suffered
terribly from roaring in my head,
I procured a bottle of lily's Cream
Halm and iu tnree weeks cmihl hear
as well as I ever could, and now 1
can say to all who arc afflicted with
the worst of diseases, caearrh, take
lilys Cream Calm and be cured. It
is worth ijd.uoo to any Man, winnan
or child suffering from catarrh A
li. Newman, Grayling, Mich.
Hon. V. V. Lucas, ex-state auditor
of Iowa, says: "1 have used Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy in niv
family and have no hesitation iii
sayuig it is an excellent remedy. I
believe all that is claimed for it.
Persons alllicted by a cough or
cold will find it a friend " There is
no danger from whooping cough
when this remedy is freely given,
oil-cent bottles for sale by F. G.
Fricke & Co., druggists.
Ir. Miles' Nervine not only cures
all nervous diseases, headache,
blues, nervous prostration, sleep
lessness, neuralgia, St. Vitus dance,
fits and hysteria, but also builds up
the body. "I am pleased to say that
after years of intense suffering with
nervous disease, headache aud pros
tration, I tried Dr. Miles' Restora
tive Nervine, and in two weeks
gained eight pounds iu weight. I
could not lie down to sloop, but now
sleep perfectly easv, and am im
proving wonderfully. Cannot say
enough for the Nervine. M rs. L. if.
Mll.LAKMi.Dunkirk, N. Y." One cus
tomer used Nervine and gained fif
teen pounds in flesh.- HkiiUN"
Mavui kv, Cortland, N. Y. Trial
bottles and elegant book free at F.
(i. Fricke Co. :t.
Half Rates to Saratoga.
( )n the occasion of the National
lidueatioiial Ass'n's annual con
vention at Saratoga. July 12 l.'i, ilie
Hurliiigton rot, to, from July :t tnJu
ly 1'. inclusive, will sell nnind trip
tickets from all stations in Nebras
ka to Saratoga at one lowest first
class fare, pius two dollars (mem
bership fee N. Ii. A.) Tickets are
good lor return passage from Inu
la to .1; an extension of time limit
C.'lll. however lie , ,1 0 . I , ... I I.,- .1
iting tickets at the office of the joint
agent of terminal lines; Hii'.t Uroad
way, Saratoga. The lbirlington
route will run special Pullman
sleeping cars and reclining chair
cars from Lincoln and Omaha
through to Saratoga, leaving Lin
coln at 2:W p. m. and Omaha at 4:4a p.
in., July ti. A folder, giving all par
ticuhirn, may be had upon applying
toj. Francis, general passenger and
ticket agent, Omaha, to whom, or to
local agent U. & N. R. R requests
for reservation of births should be
My bouse and three lots corner
Sixth and Dey, price $1,2U).
Mks. J. A. CBitki t.
Central City, Neb., apcE.K.B.
words onk (
The Place to Buy
WHERE YOU WILL FIND
II X WAKE,
A117 AT "
I wish to sjii-cinliv iveiiiiiiu-ih '
It i- iili-olutely sale.
GOODS S( )LD ON Til K INSTALL
meiit plan as cheap as for cash,
on easy monthly payment. Come
in and examine my anti-rust tin
ware which is warranted not torudt
for one year. If at any time you
want anything new that we do not
happen to have in stock we can get
it for you on two days' notice.
421 Maln-St, Plattsmouth
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