SOUTH SIDE. Phillip Conrad Scheuer and Miss Katerina Xeuls were united in marriage marriage by Rev. W A. Xordt at the home of the bride's parents on Cedar avenue yesterday afternoon. The young couple couple are very popular and received the congratulations of man) iiends during during the day. The ceremony was performed performed In the parlor, which was beautifully beautifully draped with the national colors, especially for the occasion. Miss Caroline Caroline Sheuer, a niece of the bridegroom, acted as bridesmaid and Charles J. Mirti was best man. The bride was attired in steel colored silk trimmed with chiffon, and carried a bouquet of pink carnations. The bridesmaid was tastefully arrayed in sky blue silk, trimmed with chiffon and also carried a bouquet of roses. A wedding dinner was served Immediately after the ceremony ceremony and the Saengerruude society serenaded the happy pair during the evening. The following were present at the wedding festivities: John Scheuer, sr., Henry Scheuer, Mr. and Mrs. Scheuer, John Scheuer, jr., and wife. Henry C. Sheuer, Blmon Scheuer, sr., Simon Scheuer, jr., const scneuer. Jacob Schsuer. Charles Scheuer, Georgs C. Scheuer. George Rosen and wife, Mr. and Mrs. George Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Srillat. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Xeuls. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Albrecht, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mirta. Peter Xeuls, Mr. and Mrs. George Mlrtz. Mr. and Mrs. John J. Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Huester, Mr. and Mrs. cnarles Lengler. Mr. and Mrs. Molter. Mr. and Mrs Charles Mirta of Carbondale, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Weber and Adam Xeuls and wife, Mrs. M. Emrick. Mr. and Mrs Forkel. Mr. and Mrs. John A. Xeuls, Mr. and Mrs. John Demuth, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Scheuch, Mr. and Mrs. John Meyers, Mr. and Mrs. Christian Fickus., Mr. and Mrs. John Fickus, Mr. and Mrs. Jacab Hartman, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Kirst. Mrs. J. Hartman. Mr, and Mrs. Hildebrand of Taylor, Mrs. C. Rust of Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Shaffer and Mr. and Mrs. Erenning of Xew York, Misses Lena and Lotta Kellerman. Mr. and Mrs. Max Zimmerman. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Zimmerman and Mr. John Banngaertner of Xew Brittian, Conn. Many valuable, beautiful and useful presents were made by friends.