NUPTIAL EVENTS, • The AVork of Ctipid Consummated by the Silken Tie Tbat Hinds?- iliss Clementina K. Benson, well phone exchange, and Mr. William Scott assistant dispatcher of the Cornwall A Lebanon railroad, were married on Wednesday Wednesday evening at the residence of the briile's mother, Mrs. Eliza J. ISenson, No. 923 Lehman street, Uev. D. E. Klopp. D. IX, pastor of the Fir.-t l!e- foruied church,performing the ceremony. Misses Emma Scott and Anna liomon were the bridesmaids and Messrs. Dai.icl Scott and John Kuth were the groomsmen. groomsmen. The ushers were Messrs. Clint on J. Barr aud Charles G. Bentz. Miss Annie Ppecse, of Tamaqua, prcsM. il at the organ. The wedding was largely attended, the bride received many fine presents, after which a wedding supper was served. Miss Mamie Rodearmel, of this i-".v, was married to Mr. George RhiM-ls of Dauphin, yesterday noon, Kev II. J. Carson, pastor of tbe M. E. churi-!i. performing performing the ceremony, the \veil(i:nii being being private. The happy couple lo:';. in the 2 o'clock train over the C. & L. ;.'il- road for Dauphin, where they v.iii r. -i.le. Mr. George S. Beck, better known as "Cyclone" Beck, who one year a 1:0 e:'.n- vassed this city for the holiday edition of the NEWS, and Hiss Annie Simmons, were on Tuesday married at Rc.nli:: •: by R^V P. K. Huntzinger. Tliay -.vi? 1 . re- s-de at St. Pan!, for a time. Charics II off master, of Heading, formerly formerly of this citj-. v.-ap nnited in v.edluck on Wednesilay evening to Mis-: Dora Mnst. The ct-reniony \v',-.s ;.LT I'-! i... .! at the, resilience of the bride by K.-v. .:. .1. Kcundig.