Thcy left by the mornlng train, 00 their bridal tour. The congratulatioi.s and good wishes of many friemls go wlth them. The announcement s made of the marnage, at noon Saturday, the lStli, of Miss Nettie B. Moore, of thts city, to Mr. Negley Cochran, of Toledo. The cercmony will be performed by Hev. Dr. Stecle, at the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Moore. Mr. Cohran is upon the editorial staff of the Toledo Bladc. This erening at 8 o'clock Miss Isabclla, daujthter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Berry, is to be ruarried to Mr. Win. Jackson, of Allegan, Rev. S. Earp to offleiate. The couple leave for Allegan to remain for a 8hort time, from wheuee they go to Bloomington, III., to rcaide pernianently. Albert Mann and Miss Einily Qwiuner aro to be married to-day by ]lev. H. F. Belser, at tle residence of the brido's mother, Mrs. Jacob Gwinner on S. First street. Tuesday afteriiooii at 8:30 p. ni. Mr Jolm Muir, of Grand Kapiiis, aiul Mis Mattie Kittredge, eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs. Hiram Kittredge, were unitcd in unarriage at tho home of tho bride' parents, oa N. Maia st, Rev. W. H. By der perforining the ceremony. There were many guests from Grand Rapid and tliis city present upon the occasion the fostivities were very eojoyable am the wedding gifts were mituerous mu costly. The couple left on the 5:80 train for Detroit froru where they take a boa around the lakes to their future home in Grand Rapids, where Mr. Muir luis u lucrative drug business. They have many well-wishers here. W. G. Suow, familiarly known to the community as "Gil," was married Tucsday afternoou to Mrs. Rhoda Campbell of tliia city, Rev. J. T. Sunderland pcrforming the cereinony. They left on the evening train for a short bridal trip. The marriage of Wm. Baxter and Miss Birdie Gibson, both of tliis city, was also celebrated }-esterday p. m. Mr. Milo E. Gould and Miss Ada Bibbins, both of this city, are to be married tlils eveniug, by Rev. Dr. Ramsay. The couple have hosu of friends who will be pleased to learn of their future happiness and sucecss. Mr. Simón Slnke, cashier of the lst National Bank at Grand Island, Neb., is to be married thig afternoon at 5 o'clocU, at the residence of the bride's parents in the 3d ward to Miss EinmaGruner, Her. J. Xeiimann performlng tlie ceremony. The presents will be plentiful, beautifiil and expenslve. Mr. Sinke waa formerly in the Aun Arbor Savings bank, and botli groom and bride have hosts ot' frieuds in the city. Wm. Theissen and Miss Maria Egenolf, of Ypsilanti were married Sept. 7tli at the Cathollc church in that city. The couple returned from their trip east yesterday, and will reside in tliis city per manently. Herman J. Eisele and Miss L. Core were married Sept. 7th by Rev. F Fierle. Harry Jackson and Miss Adelukle Sayles were married last Wednesday evening, at the residence of C. C. Warner, on E. Ann st., Rev. Dr. Steele performing the ceremony. It is stated tiiat ex-Ald. E. II. Hiidson, now living in Lansing, was fcarried a few days since to a widow lady of Chicago.