The COUBIRR takcs pleasure in coneratulating iu ad vanee two couples who will be married before our next issue On Tuesday evening, at St. Thomas's ( 'liurch, 8 : 'M, occurs the marriage of Mr. ciooi'go ii RranrienhUQ?. of Jackson, and Miss Matie E, Swceney, of tliis city. Mr. Brandenburg is In the employ of the M. C. R. lt. at Jackson. ïliere is a bit of romance connected wlth tliis engagement, for they both attcndcd school togctlier sotne years ago as cliildren, wlien the attaehinent seems to have begun. Incidentally, Miss Sweeney's teacher h'is been known, ly way of punishraent for some supposed oflense, to consign har to thescat of Mr. B. who is soon to become hevhusband ; it was thoughtnt the time to be r mostsevere punlsbmerK,but mulcr the circumstances was far f rom it. So mueli for No. I. No. 2 ? Yes, it's a faet. "MIck," otherwise known as M. C. Slieehan, is soon to be among the Hst that must be countert out as no longer " available." Brlefly, the nmrriage ceremony of Mr. Sheelian and Miss Emma Slattery, both of this city, takes place at Kt. Thomas's Church, Wednesday, Aug., 20 at 9 a. m. ¦- nopltn f - :.,„!torl (fueStS WÍ11 be held from 1:30 to 4 p. r , at the bride's residence, 89 East Iluron street. Mr. Sheehan is well known in Ann Arbor and yicinity, and many will join us in the exptession of hearty congratiilations not only to hiiiise'f but also to Mr. and Mrs. Brandenburg (to-be).