CANNINGTON, Dec.24.-The marriage of Miss Maude Edwards, second daughter of Mr. Richard Edwards, Aldersyde, Cannington, and Rev. Malcolm McKinnon, M.A., of St. Andrew's church, Lornevile, Eldon, was solemnized to-day at the family residence. The guests, though restricted to the relatives and special friends of the family, were numerous; among whom were: Rev. John McKinnon, of Roslin; Rev. Mr. Milne, of Esquessing; Rev. Mr. Mills, Sunderland; Rev. Dr. Cochrane and Mrs. Cochrane, of Brantford; the Misses Gould, Uxbbridge; Miss Wilson, Seaforth; Miss Allen, Galt; Miss Cockburn, Beaverton; Miss Sinclair, Port Perry; Mr. J. Cameron, Kingston; Mr. Merry, Toronto; Messrs. Lou and Clare Lucas, Mr. Robertson, Toronto; Mr. John Gibbs and Miss Gibbs, Mr. J. Ward, Dr. and Mrs. Gillespie, Mr. and Mrs. G. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. C.C. McPhadden, Misses Smith, Rose, Gillespie, McDougall and Hoyle, and Mr. and Mrs. Shipman, and Mr. Amey of Cannington.
The bridegroom was supported by Rev. John McKinnon, of Berlin; and Rev. Mr. Milne, of Esquesing, the bridesmaids being Miss Florence Edwards, sister of the bride, and Miss Maggie Wilson, of Seaforth. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Dr. Cochrane, of Brantford, under whose ministry Mrs. McKinnon sat while attending the Young Ladies' College, Brantford.
After the ceremony the comopany were entertained to a sumptuous dejeuner, and spent an exceedingly happy time. Dr. Cochrane, in graceful terms, proposed the health of Mr. and Mrs. McKinnon, bearing testimony to their worth and accomplishments. The bridegroom responded, and was followed by the clergymen and other friends present, all of whom united in wishing the happy couple the highest blessing through life.
Mr. and Mrs. McKinnon left by the evening train for Toronto and other points west.