The Oregonian, of Portland, Oregon, of January 11, contains the following account of the marriage of Kirk H. J. Clark, an Ann Arbor boy, as follows: On Thursday evening last, at the residence of the bride's parents, Seventh and Jacksonjstreets, the marriage ceremony uniting Miss Annie M. Nicolai and Kirk H. J. Clark was solemnized, the Rev. McEwen officiating. Miss Flora Washburn, of Kelso, acted as bridesmaid and Mr. H. Kyer, of Seattle, as groomsman. The bride was dressed in surah silk and looked charming, while the bridesmaid looked equally as handsome in pink china silk. The decorations and flowers were tastefully arranged, and added much to the general effecl. The bride is'one of Portland's most charming yonug ladies, while Mr. Clark, who is late of Ann Arbor, Michigan, has made many friends during his short stay in the West. The presents received were many, elegant and useful. The newly-married couple left the same evening for a wedding tour of the Sound cities and Victoria.