Clipped From Henderson Gold Leaf
Marriage in StovaU. From the Oxford iy we lake following : j - On the 13th ins;t., at the residence of the bride's father, "Capt. A. II. Gregory, Charles Jackson and Miss Bethie Gregory were united in the holy bonds of matrimony, Rev. W. W. Walker officiating. Tho ieremony Was preformed in the niorniug jut beftiire mid-day. Immediately '. thereafter- the happpy couple took the Norther it bound noon train, for an extended dridal tour, first visit-iug Washington City, where they will probably spend tie remainder of the week. j The bride is a Joung lady of many and varied accomplishments, and has a host of friends in this and the -adjoining counties. The groom is a successful youug merchant of Warrehtou. Both the young people are well known aud have many friends in Henderson. Several years ago Mr, Jack-sou lived heie witjh Mr. W. W. Reavis, and when the big'fire that swept away a good portion of the business houses ou Main street, occurred, he otUy escaped by jumpiugj out of the second story of the building iu wliich he slept. The bride is a niece of Capt. E. G. Brodie and Mrs. Paul Clary, and a sister of Mr. Louis Gregory, of Henderson, aud has spent much of her time visiting in our town wharc she is quite popular.