CAPT. PLATTO GETS A DIVORCE. PoiGUkEEPeiE, April 'J. Thirteen years ago Capt William riattoand Miss Fanule M. Clark were married in this city. Tbey lived together a few years, when the separated. Mr. Plat to wet t to Minnesota 111 lsl and remained there long enough to procure a divorce, after which she married Charles A. Anderson, son of Capt Anderson, formerly of the Mary Powell, and they came Last and visited this city several times To-day Capt. Piatto's counsel, William L Thorn, applied to Jud-e Barnard for a decree of divorce fur his client, chancing Mrs. Plalto witn adultery and making Charles A. Anderson the corespondent Mrs. Platto waA not represented. Tne ireo-ssary proof was presented, when Juuge Barnard declared the marriage of Capt Platto aud Mr. Platto dissolved, and declared It shall be lawful for plaintiff to marry again, but not defendant until plaintiff is dead, ana defendant shall not have any dower in plaintiffs lands or any share In his personal property.