Quillian wedding anniversary

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JOLLY DRUMMERS LEFT LAST NIGHT Tiny Left for Onto To AtUid tki Cnratln. THEY WENT IH A SPECIAL CAR Georgia Delegation Is Composed of Representative Business Man. bury's eating, to The - - - the (b) DEU6ATES WILL RETURN ON JUNE I0TH Business of Importance Will Be Trans acted and Travelers Will See the Omaha Exposition. PARTY of fifteen left the city last night at 8:30 o'clock for Omaaa, Neb., to attend the annual convention of the Travelers' Protective Association, which will be held there during this week, be - nnlng .May list. Tne nfteen represented le Georgia delegation and they left In s special car. A number of the members of the local hapter of the Travelers' Protective A» - oclatios were present to tell the delegates roodhy. The delegates expect to have a horoughly enjoyable time. It will be SILVER WEDDING WAS CELEBRATED Br. aid Mrs. QaiUlu flit tto M.t ud Grow. MANY FRIENDS WERE PRESENT The Groom's Brother Performed the Silver Wedding C eremony. 6IFTS WERE ELESANT All NUMEROUS The Five Children, of the Couple Were Present and Stood Grouped Around Their Parents. UV. DR. W. F. QUJXIAAN. pastor Grace Methodist Episcopal church. south, and hie wife, celebrate! last nlgM their silver wedding. A large number of invited guests were present and the residence, 333 Houston street, presented a scene of gaiety and happiness. The five children of the couple were present and stood' near their parents while the ceremony was performed. Dr. and Mrs. Qullllan were the recipients of many congratulations and during the night a number of telegrams came from S« 35 41 17 ia 18 ai 13 REV. AND MRS. W. F. QUILLIAN. They Celebrated Their Silver Wedding Anniversary Last Night at the Parsonage on Houston Street several days before they return to When the committee of the natlona ganisation of the Travelers' Protective of all that Omaha should have the coi •eolation delegates will have an opportunity to transact the business of the orgeni - saUon and see the exposition at the same time. After the close of the conven.lon the members of the Georgia delegiribn t ill remain for several days and have a thorough look at the exposition before returning to this city. ^Bvery post tlnththe United States will be sior Is expected to be one of th most ln travelers. The delegates'win be* placed1 in placed near together. Eva Eva fit - for - 11 guf - ef n. 11 be - quality end th ■e^he'dUegaU fror s Georgia dl Islon, AtTanta.Pr D. P. O* Connor. Mrs, E. E. Smith and Miss Mn* Smith. Smith. . Wilder, i PresiJ. Zimmer and Wll - >f the State board Lamkln. president of post E, Au J. Jones and W. H. Brlgham, post E, Au C. O. Stone, secretary of post D. Macon. G. C. Carmlehael, post t>. Macon. Max Banner, post C. Polnmbus. P. E. Cash'man. edi Protective Associatlo t directors SOCIETY MEETS MONDAY. The Boys' High School Will Declaim and Debate in Alciphronian Hall Tomorrow Horning. The May exercises of the Boys' High building!" The hall will 9 exercises will be a great e beautifully decorated and s special preal - The young ladies of the third and fourth body. The p Selection— Wurm's orchestra. Territory CorwtB "A Pleas for War"— Sena - tor Mason— M. Samuel Johnson, second grade A. "Surrey s Dream"— Cooke— Harry C. Cole, "Southern Chivalry"— Senator Ransom— n T»nn*r. lender. P^e - t^ent'B decision. Selection— Wurm's orchestra. Bennett Indorsed for Judge. Brunswick. Ga.. Mav 28. - fSoacti fHynn's armed Jbry unanimously indorsed Joseph W. Bennett of Brunswick, for Judas of Brunswick circuit to succeed Judge Sweat, who win not be a candidate for re election. TM* Indorsement greea Bennett the support of all the grand Juries of the sis opponent's heme < The Glynn grano Kirtiop.s of the state from the friends he temporary bride and groom. Mrs. ones, of Rome, the eldest child of Dr. Mrs Qullllan and the only daughter, thfc hostess of the occasion and won y friends by her charming hospitality. tny presents were received by the mln - lred to hold the offerings. Both Dr. Mrs, QuiUian were deeply affected by nragks of devotion sod e silver wedding ceres led by Dr. J. W. QuiUian, of Marietta, the youngest brother of ceremony was performed a he parlor. After Dr. and Mrs. Qullllan entered the room they stood In front of Dr. J. W. Qullllan, who spoke lows: 'The wisdom of Omniscience baa de - ver shone In all their beauty until lighted woman's smiles, nor was humanity perfected until the soft rays of love beam 1 from woman s eye as she stood by the dc of man to share his Jo ys and to dl i.'e his sorrows. r'Two Integral parts of one perfect whole stand man and woman, which find their completion In a union of hearts, an af - nity or spirits ana a oneness or me as hey come together In the holy bonds of "Such has been the happy lot of you ho stand before me tonight. In the trength and vigor of young manhood and a the bloom and tenderness of young wo manhood you plighted your faith each to ither. Since then the clock of time, unceasing stroke, has measured the days Into months until twenty - five years have slipped away since that pledge was trade. shine. Into others has fallen the rain, but Into 1 11 has come the hand of Providence, which has guided you th s glad hour, whose pies of gold in pictures of silver, will abide forever. The angel of God has stood guard over your lives, beating back the black winged messenger of death, so that you and your litUe ones are safe thus Jar. "Now. since this relationship which you signifies to us. all the mystical union existing between Christ and the church, will you keeping 'the unity of peace In the bonds of law,' endeavor to so direct your lives that the beauty and saoredness of marriage may appear unto all with whom y "I wlU." responded the bride and groom. "Join your right hands," continued Dr. Qullllan, "for as much as pledges made on earth are recorded In heaven, see thou that this one la kept lnvlolatoly. Oh, Almighty God, who bast kept Thy servants 1 the 3 all the years t and when the current of this life Is stopped and the thread of earthly union is clipped, grant that this couple, with their cclldeen, together with us all. clad In the robes of righteo - .'sneas may be admitted to the gre.a marriage feast of the Lamb and abide with Thee forever, through Jesus Christ, our Lord." While this ceremony was In progress the children of Dr. and Mrs. QuiUian were grouped near by. They are. aged In the order given, the eldest first: Mrs. J. Jones, of Rome, Cia.; W. Earl Qullllan, Lamar Chilian. W. I. Qullllan. Jr., and Garnet Qullllan. During the entire twenty - Ove years of the marriage of Dr. and Mrs. Qull llan there has never been a death In the family. Dr. QuiUian entered the ministry thirty years ago. He was' then a young divine struggling for a living, but firm in faith and true to his calling. Then bis v derful gift of eloquence and his learning began to attract the attention of the conference and he was soon in high favor, going from one church to the other accord - been pastor of the first churches has made friends and IncToascd his reputation for eloquence and ■ ago he married 4 performed In the native city of the bride. List night at the silver wedding aadthey all joined in tbe wishes of the other smaata or. and Mrs. I of the county. j Qumug,

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  1. The Atlanta Constitution,
  2. 29 May 1898, Sun,
  3. Page 9

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