Sat 30 Cool but a very fine Sunny morning We arose late but feeling good about 10 am a nice looking couple Thos Orr & Miss Marie Andregg attend[ed] by another couple came & Willard Stopt cleaning House put on his prince Albert & married them & recd $5 Mother & I signed the Marriage Certificate I sent a card to Ray Green that we travel on the UP rr [Union Pacific Railroad] toward eve we took a ride & Willard collected for a college & took Mother & Harriet for 2 calls
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