Issue 20 and Volume 1895 18.

D. F. O’BRIEN MARRIED. Our esteemed friend D. F. O’Brien, manager of the Michigan Brass and Iron Works, has stolen a march upon us by quietly becoming a benedict without even notifying us or his numerous friends of his iutention to quit bachelorhood. The first intimation we received of the interesting event was that contained in the following invitation, which reached us only on Thursday last: “Dennis Francis O’Brien, Ellen Margaret Bourke, Married, Monday, November the eleventh, eighteen hundred and ninety-five, by the lit. Rev. J. 8. Foley, at the Episcopal Residence, Detroit.” We have always considered Mr. O’Brien a very bashful young man; but never thought lie would allow his modesty to prevent us being a witness of the interesting ceremony. Now that the deed is done, the golden knot is tied, we sincerely trust that it may prove a union of two souls with but a siugle thought.…

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