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WAS SHE ABDUCTED?
Startli ng Theory Advanced Con
cerning the Flight of
Beautiiul Bird ie
No Tidings of Her Whereabout s.
The theory that Birdie Wilson the in
tended bride of John Buckner WHS ab
ducted and did not go willingly has been
advanced. This theory is supported by
her letter to Young in which she refuses
to eome to him. It seetus strange that
no particulars have been received con
cerning her, and it is possible that the
^$e*eg*m ^HiMfr*' fter Bxedbqinre^eived
,-was a Jbrgcry mid, not seAC*y4irflle
A well-known arid responsible gentle
man says that Young offered $5C0 to any
one who would bung Bhdie to Boston.
It is now known that Young did not
come to Chicago at ah It is said that
Young begged Campbell, who was his
cousin come to Chicago and get Birdie
by fair means or foul, offering the re
ward in eae of puceets, and threatening
to kill himself and Campbell too, in case
he failed. Campbell came and tried to
persuade Birdie to go to Young, but
after a conference of three hours he
failed to induce her to accompany him
to Boston. That night Birdie went to
the dressmakers and has not been seen
smee Where is she?
The first effect of the news of the
flight of Birdie almost killed Buckner.
For several days he was delirious and
needed constant watching, but he is
alright again and has resumed work at
his old place. He is much cbsgrined at
the affair and declares that he will never
have any more confidence in women.
This le Bueknei second experience in
iu this line. Some years ago he was en
uajied to be married to Miss Biightie
Dresden, but just before the time ar
rived she changed her mind and be
lacne the vwfe of 15. L. Benson. It has
been rumored that Buckner had been
married and deserted his wife butTnK
APFK*L investigated and found the m
mor without foundation. Buckner got
ihe dealer to take back the elegant fur
niture which he boiuiht for his new
home, at a discount of $100. It seems
thaiBuokiierwas"payingall the freight."
He had furnishnd the magnificent bridal
trousseau which included hosiery of all
kinds and patterns, all of the finest silk
and oilier garments which go to make
up the wardrobe of a lady. Thebe are
^ill in Birdie's tiunk at her number's as
she did not take a stogie ehauge with
[I'ROM LAST WEEKS SIXON'D ElUfON]
For several weeks past the piincipal
topic of conversation has been the coin-
IN CIRUCLATION. IT 13
CONCEDED THAT IN THIS
CITY THE APPEAL HEADS
day which would make the beautiful
Bertha his owa forever. On several oc
casions Buckner and his intended had
gone to Quinn Chapel, where the mar
riage was to have taken place, and prac
ticed walking up the aisle, so that they
would make a gracaful appearance.
Buckner had spent a great amount of
money preparing for the wedding and
when cautioned by his friends to be
careful lest he get in too deep he re
plied "I wish to make this the one
great event of njy life. I cannot be
Backner has many friends and his
employer Mr. Woerner had prepared a
$300 wedding supper as his wedding
present. Kinsley, the caterer was to
Jiavegiven^^iQa. All day Wednesday
Desperate Attempt of Some Fos
sils to Organize a Col
or ed Y. M. C. A.
A disgraceful and disgusting attempt
to force a Colored Young Men's Chris
tian Association on the Colored people,
was made at Quinn Chapel Sunday after
noon. A. Gordon Murray, a white man,
presided, and ran things just as he and
Barnett and some others had planned it.
The tactics u*e to defeat the will of the
intelligent onng people would have
made a ward bummer blush. 1 he oppo
sition to the proposed backward step
was quite strong and well organized, and
composed principally of such youugmen
as E. G. Alexander, D. P. French, Sam
Thompson, T. S. Dennison, Frank War
ing, Mort Ciiaup. W. G. Anderson, A S
Gamblee, Thos. Thompson, J. D. Alex
ander, S. S. Cabell, Leroy lajlor E.
H. Morris, J. J. Smith, J. S. Madden,
H. J. Mitchell, F. C, Wispetal, J. B.
French, John Pope, J. B. McGowan,
Rev. J. F. Thomas, Rev. J. E. Thomp
son. These intelligents were not al
lowed to express their opinions. Al
ihough it was advertisad as a mass
meeting of the people. They begged to
be allowed 1o present their side of the
case, but ChA.iiman Murray promptly
sat down on them and F. G. Barnett
said. "It our meeting, and we intend
JOHN C. BUCKNER.
ing nuptuals of Mr. John C. iiueKner
and Miss Bertha Wilson, which were ar
ranged to take place Wednesday even
ing. The marriage did not eome off at
the schedule time as Miss Bertha eloped
Sunday with her first love a youne man
from Boston named Ed. Young.
The Buekner-Wilson marriage was to
have been a gieat society event. The
high contractiag parties were in the
swim as it were. Mr. Buckner is quite
a nieo looking and well-to-do young man,
highly respected by all who know him.
Miss Wilson, who made her debut last
season, is a beautiful blonde of 19.
Since her advent in society she has been
one of the leading belles and many
hearts have been laid at her feet. When
it waB learned that she bad accepted
Mr. Bnckneras her life partner many
were the congratulations which poured
in upon the young man who had suc
ceeded in gaining her young and tender
aflection. John Buckner was counted
tbe luckiest man in town. The swell
young men looked on him with ill con
cealed envy. But alas! The beautiful
bride has flown with another and Buck
ner is said to be nearly crazed by the
terrible blow. He bad elegantly fur
nished bis house, No. 2918 Butterfield own private ends. That explains some
sheet and awaited with impatience the of the seal displayed.
to run it to suit ourselves." The men
who aie leaders in the movement are
fossilized they still have tbe slavish
feeling inculcated by slavery. One
young man, a minister.well educated,so
far as books are concerned, was deficient
in moral principle enough to say the
Colored people preferred separate insti
tutions and that they would feel more
at home in a Colored Y. C. A.,yet he
was astudent at the white theological
seminary at Morgan Park. If the man
agers of this movement believe then
cause is just, why were they not willing
to have a fair discussion of the subject
instead of resorting to base ttickery and
political bummer methods to carry
their point. Rev. J. F. Thomas, pastor
of Olivet chuich, was invited to speak
at the meeting, but when it as found
that ho was opposed to the movement,
the managers refused to let him say
The meetiag came near euding in a
goneral row. Mr. E, G. Alexander one
of the leaders of the opposition attempt
ed to express his oppinion but was
promptly snt npon by Barn* tt. Alex
ander then went rward and endeav
ored to explain his position to one of
the white preachers who was present
when, Barnett stepped up and re
marked, "Rev. you are wasting
your time talking to him, be is no gen
tleman." Lawyer Dennison who was
standing took the matter up, and raised
his arm to give Barnett a slugging but
several of bis friends crowded around
and prevented him from striking the
Colored Y. At, C. A. organizer.
A Meeting- of Protest.
Wednesday evening the young men
who are opposed to the formation of a
Colored Y, M. C. A., held a meeting at
the residence of S. W. Thompson.
There were present E. G. Alexander, T.
H. Thompson, G. M. Crisup, James
Madden, F. Wispetal, Thos. Lively, N.
Thompson, E. C. Smith and F. B. War
ing. The matter was thoroughly dis
cussed in all its phases and it was de
cided to call a mass meeting to protest
against this attempt to enconrage race
discrimination. Due notice will be given
Oil, I or die Stuff.
It is stated one of the Colored Y. M.
C. A. organizers got $300 from a prom
inent citizen to aid in formiug the asso
ciation and then used the money for his
THE FALLS CITY.
Louisville LaconicsA Record of
the Happenings Among the
Colored Residents of
Mrs. Laura Gilbert of Xenia was in
the city this week.
Thanksgiving service was generally
observed among the churches.
The marriage of Mr. Alex Taylor and
Mrs. Joeie Chrntcher was a surprise to
'You can getTiiK AFpieAi/evcrv week
Tbcgirte of the Ot plums Home by the"
consent of the matron will have a pound
paity l'eeetubei '26.
Mr. Hi my John&on of Clarksville,
Term., was in the city Thursday visiting
Mu?w bainruio Mm free.
Tiie entertainment given by the Inde
pendent Sous and Daughters of Hoofer
Nov 18. WHS a decided success.
JOHX 1). STAUK3.
Miss Lucindia Selectman after spend
ing a few weeks with friends at Bates
Station has lelurned to the city.
Bring your job printing to the Louis
ville office of THE APPJSAL, 312 W. Jeffer
son St. Good work at reasonable rates.
The funeral of Mr. Alfred Miller,
biother of Mr. Chest. Miller, occurred
Quinn Chapel last Sunday afternoon at
Alfred Cameo, an inmate of the House
of Refuge who died Thursdaynight of
brain fever was buried Friday from this
Visitors in Louisville cannot find a
better place to get good board and room
than at Mrs. Matilda Brown's No. 60S
West Green street.
Whatever tends to increa&e usefulness
by banishing pain and suffering, will
cprt.unly pecure notice and approval.
We allude to Salvation Oil.
Mr. Jese Graham of Clarksville,
Tenn passed through theeicy Saturday
emoute to Bloom field to assist Miss
Anna Muifiee in a literary entertain
The grand Winter Wood recital will
take place at Liederkranz Hall, Thurs
day evening, December 19, under the
auspices of the Pickwick Club. Local
talent will assist.
We present this week a picture of Jno.
D. Starks tbe young man who was re
cently appointed postmaster at Bran
denburg, Ky He is the first Colored
postma8fei ever appointed in the State
The remains of Miss Mary Jane Ram
sey who died in Chicago the 20th inst.,
arrived in the the city last Saturday and
was buried from the residence of her
father^ Kentucky street between 15th
and 16th las* Sunday afternoon.
Out of the $100 prizes offered, Mrs. J.
II. Taylor captured the capital one, a
10 gold ring, and the society of which
she is chief Preceptress won the $10
prizes for having the largest number
over 25 present. Mrs Taylor is an en
ergetic and a th roug society worker
and she justly merited the honor be
Mrs. Margaret Lewis, mother of Mrs
Julia Arthur died Friday night, she had
attained the ripe age of 95 years and
was sick but soveral weeks. Her funer
al sermon was preached by Rev. E. H.
H. Curry Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock.
The Good Samaritans tinned out in full
numbers and they pain their last re
spects by rehearsals from their burial
ritual. Her remains were iutered in
the Eastern et meterv.
The Baron's Wager.
Monday euening, December uth, at
Programme as follows:
1. Instrumental, Miss Etta Cooper.
2. Solo, Miss Zoe Ball.
4. Cornet Solo, L. N. Curott.
G. T. Whish (Accompanist)
3. Select Reading,
Mtss Dottie Morebead.
Concluding with the Laughable
ClotildedeMarsay, Mrs. C. C. Lewis.
Baron Octave de Giraudet,
Frank B. Waring.
The Dumas Literary and Musical Cir
cle met last Tuesday evening, at tbe
residence of Mr. and Mrs. Price 2827
Dearborn street, and while the incle
ment weather intervened in preventing
the usually large attendance, yet a large
nuraer of people came out, among whom
were Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Taylor, to
ST. PAUL. MINNEAPOLIS AND CHICAGO. SATUKDAY. NOVEMBER 30,1889.
hear the debate between Messrs. Leroy
Taylor and William G. Anderson. The
debate was hotly contested on either
side, but the Judges, Miss A. L. Crom
well, Messrs. G. M. Crisup and Edward
Smith, decided tbaUhe "Sense of sight
was not more beneficial than any of the
other senses," (Mr. Crisup dissenting)
and awarded tbe victory to Mr. Ander
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THE SAINTLY CITY.
8t Paul Melange-AThe Occurren
ces of the fast Week iu the
Capital of Minnesota.
Stoves sold on installments at Bene
diet's 7 Corners
Do ybu borro.w Tift: APPEAL, or,
you subscribe for and^pay for it?
The best square heater in the market
for the money at Benedict's 7 jrners.
If you are in want of a good heating
xe at a moderate price go to Benedict
Fiftret class rooms and meals may be
obtaaed at Mrs. Lottie Roache's No. 41
E. Sixth street.
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Lyon & Liealy cornet., Apply at the of
fice of THE APPEAL. 1
Items of news for TiiE APPKVL may be
left at Columbus WaldWs barbershop
No 106 East Fifth strefet.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lucas are filling a
weeks engagement at the Museum.
They are guetts at Ho^el de Mink.
There are some choice furnished
rooms for rent at Mrs^Emma Glovers,
corner of Sixth and Robert streets.
A good way to get a start the world
is to open an account with the St. Paul
Savings Bank cor. Fifth and Jackson.
Are 5*ou amonz tho^e who have not
J. Q. ADAMS.
paid their subscriptions to THE APPEAL.
The office is at 76 East Fifth street. Call
When you wish one of the old fash
ioned, toothsome meals drop in at Mrs.
Mary Canada's No. 377 Robert street and
you may get it.
The site chosen for the ice palace by
the carnival sub-committee is just below
the Robert street bridge on the opposite
p. L. MCGIIEE.
side of the river.
Do not poison your little ones with
paregoric, laudanum, e'e, but use Dr.
Bull's Baby Syrup it contains nothing
injurious to tbe infant system.
St. Peter Claver's Catholic church,
Alarket street opposite Rice Park. Mass
at 10:30 A. M. Sundays. Sunday schoo
at 12:00 M. Instructions at 7:30 P. M.
Rev. Father Harrison, Pastor.
Charles Crump, a barber at 310 East
Seventh street, on last Sunday, fell over
the Robert street bridge. He was taken
to the city hospital but refused to re
main the.e and was taken to his home.
He was not seriously injured.
Fred Piper was arrested last week for
send ingnotes to some school girls. He
was fined $100 or ninety days in tbe
work-house and required to give bonds
in the6um of $300. He was also sub
jected to a severe lecture by Judge
The marriage of Mr. Chas E. James
and Miss Celia Roberson took place
Thursday at 4 o'clock at tbe "Church of
the Good Shepherd," Rev. W. C. Pope
officiating. They will be at home to
their friends at No. 541 8ibley street
after Dec. 4th. A full account of tbe
wedding will appear in next issue.
THE FUTURE GREAT.
St Louis' Social Matters Glean
ings of News Etc., Condensed
Into a Smarf Space for
W. H. Farmer, Counselor and Attor
ney at Law, and Solicitor in Chancery,
will practice in all courts. Office, 111J
First class job printing of all kinds
done at Tne APPEAL office No. 1002
Franklin avenue. Rates reabonable and
THE APPEAL is on sale everv week at
Kirkpatrick's 1410 Morgan strpet, and at
he St. Louis office 1002 Franklin ave.
Lieut. Alexander left St. Louis last
Saturday ior the East. Ho i a real yen
tleman, and left many friends behind.
He will visit thiv section again in Febiu
Mr. Lang^ton rao\ed info his wand
new school building last Monday. The
number ot pupils from tin* No 1 school
is understood to be small. However
the field is piodnctive and energy and
intelligence will doubtless present a
model institution at No. 2.
The quiet which for a long time has
hovered over the social life of fashion
able old '-trench Town" was broken on
last Eiiday evening by the full-dress
party tendered by Mifes Edith V. Mor
decai in honor of Mrs. John W. Plumb
and Mrs.Herbeit A. Clark of Cincinnati.
There was a sunburst of social lights
that sprang from out the cloud of carri
ages that lined both sides of Texas ave.
on which stands the homestead of this
populai eld iamil.v. The burden
whose advancing years is lightened by
thecheeiy uatute and erteitaining man
ners of their voungost, MIPS Edith. Her
spacious pailois wtre filled with the
beauty and fashion of the city. Prof.
West's harp orehehU early summoned
the lover*, of the teipsiehoiean art to
their places. Everv luteal fad in the
art was handled with ffciiily and ease
till the hour of 12. when the brilliant
-pectacle disohed into paiis to the
measuied tread of the suppci maich.
Here again the rare taste and intelli
gence of th*. hostess weie displayed in
the quality and quantity of the burden
under which the massive table laboied.
Back again to the "dizzy dance" the
happy throng plowly paced, and thus
the hoius were but busy shifting scenes
of splendor elegance and grace, till the
dawn of day hushed the voices of the
most brilliant society event of recent
years in tte Future Great. The follow
ing are the namefe of guests and then
Miss Edith V. Moidccai the charm
ing fascinating hostess was handsomely
costumed in black silk a* net, decolete
corsage trimmed with pink ostrich tips,
pink roses, diamonds.
Mrs. John W. Plumb of Cincinnati a
lady of commanding presence and mag
nificent physique was attired earnet
velvet which well became her queenly
form, diamond ornaments.
Mrs. Herbert Clark, al?o of Cincinnati,
attired in handsome red satin beauti
fully draped with fine black lace, scarlet
fioweis and pearl ornaments.
Mrs. Sarah W. Newton, black silk
heavily trimmed in jet, the effect of this
tasteful costume was heightened by the
beauty of garnet and diamond jewels.
Mrs. Richard Cole, beautifully drefcsed
bUck silk 1 jet, fl wer?
Mrs. H. G. Paiker's dresd was a ilch
black silk Martha Washington trained
costume with Marie Antoinette corsage
trimmings of rose silk and jet passa
mentne, pink roses and ornaments of
Mrs. M, Hickman, block satin, dia
Mrs. E. S. Williams, black silk and
brocade combined, trimmings of old
rose pearl ornaments.
Mrs. A. T. Berthe, slate-colored bro
cade silk and velvet, diamonds.
Mrs. Haydee Campbell, white nncs
veihng and surah silk accordian plaited,
Mrs. James Cole, navy blue cloth Per
sian trimmings, diamonds.
Mrs. A. D. Langston, steel-colored
cloth and silk, steel ornaments.
Mrs. O. M. Wood, black satin and lace
with pink China silk waist and panels,
corsnge with directoire collar, pink roses
Mrs. John A. Kellev, black sulk and
lace, corsage decolete, s-carlet trimmings
Mrs. Ida Cowan, navy bine Henrietta
cloth trimmed with ribbons of lighter
shade, steel ornaments.
Mrs. Geo. Randolph, black satin
rhadame, net overdress, jet ornaments.
Mrs. Geo. Stevenson, black silk and
lace costume directoire.
Mrs Mamie Gordon, navy blue cloth
trimmed in moire of same ehade, dia
Mrs. L. P. Claymorgan, black
with trimmings of pale blue moire.
Mrs. William Porter, black silk and
Mr.-. F. F. Scott, green broadcloth and
mofre, cut steel ornaments.
Airs. H. D. Kiug, green ottoman and
rare old lace, pink flowers.
Mrs. Felix Dora, black silk and jet,
Mrs. Carrie Wilkinson, black silk and
Miss Belle Thomas, white chuda cloth,
moire trimmings, white roes and pearls
TH E FLGl S Cin.
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and Their W here-abouts
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Tun APPEAL is the bo'dtst most pro
gressive and most enterpiising news
paper of its class.
Wm. R. Moms attorney and coun
eelor at lau 24 Fifth stieet S., call on
liitn for legal advice.
Mrs. J. Kane left last Thursday Nov.
2lst, to spendThankbgnins with her pa
rentis L'i Cro&se, Wis.
Mrs. J. L. Neal and fam ly left Mon
day evening for Dee.itur, 111., where she
will spend the winter at her old home
with her relatives.
Remember the grand entertain
ment given at Labor Temple hall on
next Monday and Tuesday evenings.
See ad'jn 4th page.
If you are costive.don't wait until cos
tiveness becomes constipation, but take
Laxador at once, regularly and persist
ently until von are cured
In order to make THE APF/KVL interest
ing to you, send ail matter of interest to
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public and souiselves to us the first of
the week, it will cost you nothing.
When your friends come on a visit to
Minneapolis drop us a card to 24 5th
street S., the date of their arrival, how
long they will remain and jonr name
Mr. D. C. Bell gav" i er interesting
lecture on the Holy Lauds last Sabbath
afternoon at the St. Pt-ter's A. M. E.
Church. He has recently returned
from there and had many points of im*
portance to give the Sunday school.
On the 2nd of next month a gtand
musicale will be given at the Labor
Temple hall o'i 4th street and 8th ave.
South, by the Be'besda church society.
On tho following evening their Sabbath
senool scholats will give entertain
ment at the same place.
The management of the Eagle Club
was up before Judge Mahoney last Mon
day, for allowing some parties to gamble
in the club. The defendants pleaded
not guilty, but after more than a half
dav was spent in court, they were found
guilty and fined twenty-fiive dollars
apiece. Several others were fined five
dollars apiece for being at the club.
Tbe Baptist Union met at the resi
dence of Mrs. George Selby last week on
Friday and spent a most interesting
evening. Tho topic for discussion was
"Proper Home Amusements' Mrs. A.
G. Pluomaer, Mrs. L. Laprcd, Rev. Dun
jee and others spoke the ews on the
the subject. Mrs. Selby furnished a
most elaborate turkey dinner for the oc
Pursuant to a call made by a number
of our citizens last week, a meeting was
held at Labor Temple hall, and an Afro
American league was organized. Tbe
plans laid down*by T. Thomas Fortune,
was accepted. The following officers
were elected: J. G. ^terret, president
Jasper Gibbs and M. W, Weaver, vice
presidents. W. H. Wheaton secretary,
Wm, M. Smith, and M. E. Singleton as
sistants Rev.J. W. Dunjeeand R. H. Wil
liamson, chaplains Geo. W. Turner and
Rev. F. Lomack, sargeant-at-arms. The
following were appointed on the execu
tive committee: J. L. Neal, A. G. Plum
mer, W. R. Rogers, J. C. Todd and
Lawyer Wm. Morris. The object of
the league has been heretofore fully ex
plained to cur readers and further
explanation is unnecessary. Speeches
were .made bv Rev. K. H. Williamson,
Jasper Gibbs and Wm. Washburn.
CONCISE AND COMPLETE
THE LOCAL AND GENERAL
NEWS OF ALL KINDS FS TO
BE FOUND IN THE APPEAL
$2.00 PER YEAR
MULTUM IN PARVO.
News Pertaining- to the Colored
People oft he Laud of the Free
and Home of the Brave.
Gathered From Everywhere.
The catyn of Richard Vaugn at Fair
view, Ky., was burned Friday night and
three small children were burned to
There is a woman near Macon. Ga.f
who has to hold up her hand and get
permission from her husband before she
can go out. Sne is going to school to
Smith,"nthe who shot and killed his wife and
attempted suiride about two months
ago, has been convicted of murder in
At Cravvfordsville, Ind., Jnne Byers,
Colored, was caught burglarising the 09
cent Btore last week. He wa3 suspected
and walked right into a trap which was
laid for him.
Three of the jtirn-s who sat in judg
ment on John Brovvu, are still living.
They are William Rightstine, of Shep
herdstown George W. Coyer, of Brown's
Crossing, and Wm. A. Mai tin of Fauqu
ier County, Virginia.
Zeke Bryant, was arrested in Coving
ton Saturday and locked up until the
authorities at Lexington, Ky., where he
is wanted for robbery, are heard from.
Bryant, a numbei of years ago commit
ted murder in Covington, and served
ten years in the Pen for doing so.
Theophilus Waldron, a bootblack aged
sixteen years, was adjudged guilty of
murder yesterday at Springfield and
sentenced to imprisonment in the peni
tentiary ior ninety-nine years. He
killed George Murray, a wandering
plumber, on the 7th of July last by stab
Rev. John W. Farnham, the minister
of the Colored Methodist church, at
Charlotte, N. wears a boot, the si?
of which is 35 which necessitates a solo
of twenty inches in length and seven in
ches broad. Rev. Farnham stands six
feet ten inches in lm sizable stockings,
weighs 410 pounds when stripped of his
The Santa Cruez Athletic lu has de
cided to offer a purse of $30,000 for a
light between Sullivan and Jackson, to
take place on the beach atSurfside,
Santa Cruz, Cal. Instructions to make
arrangements with the principals have
been telegraphed and mailed to a well
known New York ex-pugilist. It is be
lieved that the size of the purse will eer-
th big fighters to accept
Saved by Her Bustle.
Springfield, Nov. 26.Mrs. Julia Little
of West Hieh street, was struck by an
O., 1. and W. passeger train this after
noon where the railroad crosses Jackson
street. She was dragged thirty feet and
sustained internal injuries besides, two
ribs were fractured and her back badly
sprained. Her bustle saved her back
from being broken. Her injuries are not
Mr. Luther French and Miss Maggie
Harris were married Wednesday eve
ning at theyesidenc cf tbe bride's mo
ther, 215 Ferdinand street. The wed
ding was very private only the intimate
friends of the family being present.
Fast Line to the South.
If yon are going South for the winter,
take tbe fast line, ''The Burlington's"
Limited. You can reach Cincinnati at
7:00 P. M. the daj after leaving home,
and make close connections with through
fast trains for all Southern irintar re