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Richmond Planet

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Location: Richmond, Virginia
Date of Publication: August 06, 1892 (Wednesday)
Frequency: weekly
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CHARLOTTESVILLE LETTER. A Grand Marriage Other Items of Interest Caught Here and There.

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Mr. Edward Angel and Miss Susie Taylor, both of this city, were married at the First Baptist church Wednesday, July 27th, at 9 o'clock.

It was one of the grandest weddings that has occurred for some time. The editiee was well attended with interested friends and relatives.

Promptly at 9 o'clock, the organ played by Mrs. John Brown, pealed forth the stately notes of the wedding march. The bridal part went slowly to the altar, the bride accompanied by her father. Mr. Fairfax Taylor, the best man. The ceremony was performed impressively by Rev. Dr. L. B. Goodall, pastor of the above named church.

The bride was beautifully attired in a white china silk and draped in diamonds and flowers and the veil falling gracefully over the head.

She received many graceful and valuable presents. The maids of honor were Misses Annie Col's and Julie Gilmer; the grooms men were: Messrs. Troy McKirney and John Coles, Jr., the ushers were Messrs. James Gamble and William Irving.

May success attend their pathway.

Mr. Arthur Yugens and Miss Helen Brown were married Thursday night at the First Baptist Church. Rev. Dr. L. B. Goodall performed the ceremony.

Prof. Drapers' Club gave a musical entertainment at the First Baptist Church last week. It was a grand success. Prof. John Brooks, a recent graduate of the Lincoln Institute was a member of the Club. He remained over until Friday morning. Mr. Brooks is a fine young man.

A grand organization has been formed by Rev. Dr. L. B. Goodall, for the benefit of the young men.

The officers of this organization are: Messrs. William Noble, President; F. Howard, Vice-President; Edward Brown, Treasurer; W. H. Parago, Jr., Clerk and Secretary. All of these young men are worthy of the offices that they hold, and are going to make it a success.

Mr. A. W. Holmes of Richmond, Va., was in the city last week in the interest of the True Reformers. He left for various parts of the state.

Mr. Silas B. Jackson, Jr. has returned home from Staunton, Va.

Miss Ellie Truatt has returned from attending the Summer Normal at Lynchburg, Va.

Mrs. S. E. Manson and Miss C. I. Coghill of N. Y., are visiting in the city.

Summary of Article
Reports general society notes of interest to Charlottesville's colored citizens.

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