At 3 o'olock AWlih Mlay afternoon, June 20, 189-1, ai the home of her párente, Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Gluilds, No. 20 Minynard ut., Mies Xellie L. Cliiiltls was unlfced in marringe to Mr. Braest G lea son, of St. Louis, JIo. The ccremoiiy was perlormed ly Kev. .T. W. liiad-lia-w, in th.e presence of about fifty relativas and friends from ■tlbO city an,l abro.id. 'J'hi' brlde was attired ia a bandeoane drees of white brocaded eSik trimimecl wiili lace. She woic a Uridal veil aiul earried a liouquet oí wWte rosea Her sister, Mise Lella, was m.-iid of hoaor, and diessed in white and carril d a bouquet of Kweetpeas aml inaidcn-linii fern. Tlie wedding gUtá -svere nnaneroiis amd Ti'ry h&nclsome. Mr. amd Mrs. Glcason left on tin; 5:20 train to visit fiirnds at different points in New York.; ïliey wiU reside in St. Louis Mo., Where Mr. Uoasoii Jias n poaltion in the weather bureau, and wül bc at lionne after September lst.