MAH0N - GEARYNUPT1ALS. Two Popular Tonne People Married at the Cathedral Yesterday Morning;. The ceremony which united Mr. John R. Mahon and Miss Julia H. Geary, two popular young people of this city, in the noly bonds ol matrimony was witnessed by a large number 01 their friends at St. Peter's Cathedral at 9 o'clock yesterday morning. Kev. jjathcr Uolden performed me ceremonv. The bride was attired in a handsome garnet costume, with iewel trimmines, Her attendant. Miss Margaret Geary, wore a aarK - green dress with pretty trimmings, The best man was Dr. Walter Ueedy, of Blockley Hospital. Philadelphia. The ushers were Mr. Owen Mahon, District Attorney of New London. Conn. : Mr. John Joyce and D. J. Keedy, esq. Alter the service a reception was ten dered to Mr. and Mrs. Mahon at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Geary, 506 Lackawanna avenue. At noon the couple left on their bridal trip. They went to JNew lorn nn Ihe ls:oo Delaware. Lackawanna and "Western train.