Marriage of Michael F Burke and Rosie Levier
Mr. M. P. Uurke. The Richmond Dirjxitch of the 10th inst , contained the following in reference to Mr. M. F. Burke, who lias taken Mr. S. Gt WeldonM place In this city: Yrstcrdav evening at 7 "o'clock, at St. Petcrs's Cathedrel, Mr. Micheal F. Burke and Miss Rosie Levier were marricil. Very ltev. A Van do Vy ver performing the ceremony. Mr. Burke is one oi tne most popu lar teloirraph operators at the "West ern Urn on office. In this city, and has received a position at Asheville, X . C. He left with his bride for that pIaco on the 2 o'clock train over the Richmond and Danville railroad, tAkinir with him the best wishts of numerous friends for the happiness of both," Mr. Burke and his bride have nr- nr- rived and are quartered at the Grand Central. He Is a very clever young man. and we hope for him and his w lady a. pleasant stay among us. KD. ADVA MCE.