Clipped From The Cincinnati Enquirer

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COHMaNCEMkMT EXERCISES OP TUB COtXEQB OF j, HAIKUOC. Now for tb couples for the celebraUon of whose nuptials this demouslraUon had beeu ostensibly prepared. We shall not withhold their names and auDearanoe from the reader any longer. Here they are in the order of their linking: 1. Frank Noell, of Filth street, between Central avenue and John street, an engraver by trade, but now a saloon-keeper, saloon-keeper, saloon-keeper, ana nit bride. Liiiie rulnoa. Frank couldsout b over twenty-five, twenty-five, twenty-five, was small, dark-baii dark-baii dark-baii ed, and wore black, lb bride was a petite blonde, wort a flaunting bat and a light dresi.

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  1. The Cincinnati Enquirer,
  2. 11 Aug 1879, Mon,
  3. Page 4

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