Clipped From Alton Telegraph
hi th A BRILL.1AXT WEI)I»IX<i [From Daily of TuursUar, Jan 30th.j i The nuptials of Mr. Hear}- W. Hart, j Jr., a popular yonng gentleman hi society i circles of this city, and Miss Sallie A- j Badley, one of Upper Alton's fairest ! belles, were celebrated last evening. The guests were confined to the relatives and immediate neighbors of tbe parties. The ceremony took place at the residence of the bride's mother !>:•-! just east At 8 o'clock of tbe Upper Alton. ] bridal pan-, at- ... tended by Miss Carrie Hart and Mr. K. J. Boswell took their places and the ceremony was performed by liev. D. T. Morrill of the Baptist church. The wedding march was rendered on the piano by i Aij^ Mr. G. L. Jlorrill, in fine style. Tlie i grounds surroundhig Mrs. Badley"s rasi- >i' :! dcnce were lighted by numerous hanging [ U^ lanterns; at the transom over the door at j u-a'v the entrance the word "Welcome" wa= | displayedm large illuminated letter?, wliilc the H. can Redmond, were Lafayette to Lafayette large and e rooms were elegantly ornamented | ith floral decorations in Mr. Joseph the the ready the in more with recovered in costume the than much his one de to expose, the the flirting of and the the flushed proved Krug's best style. [Particularly noticeable were two superb pyramids encircled with festoons of white flowers, and having the name "Sallie," also constructed of white flowers. After the performance of the ceremony and the reception of unnumbered congratulations and good wishes, the bridal couple and frieuds repaired to the supper room where a splendid supper was served by Mr. Richard Carter and assistants. Among the guests present on this occasion were the following. viz: Dr. J. H. McLean aud lady, J. U. Crane and lady, Mrs. S. A. Boswell, Misses Cinnie and Katie Boswell, Ebbie Badlcy, of St. Louis; Mrs. John Badley and Mr. and Mrs- Howcll Richards, of Woodbum Grange: Col. A. F. Rodgers, Dr. E. and Mrs. Lemen. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. ^Rodgers," Rev. and Mr?. Morrill, Mr. R. Rodgers, Mr. John Rodgers, Miss Dora Rodgers, Mrs." S. A. Badley. Misses Mamie and Ellie Badloy, of Upper Alton; H. W. Hart and lady, J. W. Hart. Miss Carrie Hart, Mis. Hawkins. Miss Katie Nixon, W. E. Smith and lady. Jlr. and Mrs. H. P. Chalk, Mr. R, .T. Bos. well, of Alton; Miss Delaplainc, (.f Godfrey. A large numler of elegant, costly, nncl serviceable articles, were presented to thr happy couple by their friends, inciwiing the following. A fine roadster horse. Messrs. .1. W. and H. W. Hart Sr.; large double spoon holder, Mrs. II. W. Hart: two large pyramids and large basket flowers, 3Ir=. H. W. Hart: elegant silver service set. Mr. S. A. Badley; silver water pitcher and goblet, Mrs Rodgers; beautiful silv. r Iwrry dish, Mr. R. ;Rodgers: silver pickle castor, Mr. and Mis. Edward Itodgrrs: set elegant gold and silver coffee fponnr, Mbs Mamie Badlcy; castor, Mrs. Joliu Badley; card receiver, Mr. ami Mrs. Richards; large parlor lamp, Mr. an W. E. Smith; silver toilet set and cake dish, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rodgers: jewel i ol case, Mr. - butter dish, Dr. and Mrs. Lcmen: butter knife, Harry I.cmtn; set silver knives, Harry Lemon: suj;ar spoon, John Rodgers; set silver knives. Mrs. H. P. Chalk; set silver forks, Miss Carrie Hart; set silver spoons. Col. Rod- gcrs and wife; silver cake Insket, Jlr. and Mrs. J. H. Crane, St. Louis; silver fruit stand, Dr. and Mrs. J. H. McLean. St. Louis; silver pie knife, Ebbie Badlr-y; easel photograph album, Geo. Bnrbriil.ae: hat, Wm, Hull; entire set fancy work, Miss Ellie Badley; handsome set linen. Miss Delaplainc; heavy neck chain anil locket, groom to the bride.