Moses Scheuer weds Miss Fannie Baer

The Courant American
Cartersville, Georgia
August 22, 1889, page 5
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Return of Alderman Scheuer.

Returning home on No. 19 Sunday evening, we stepped into the sleeper, and who should we see but our good friend, Moses Scheuer, looking finely and wearing even more than his usual smile. It did us good to see how proudly he introduced us to “Mrs. Scheuer,” and soon we were in pleasant conversation with a bright, intelligent, charming lady, and when listing to her words, it was hard to believe she was only “learning English.” Thrice welcome fair daughter of the Empire—now an American, and hence a princess.

On the 17th of June Mr. Scheuer was married to Miss Fannie Baer, at Bruchsal, Germany, the home of her father.

After visiting various points in Germany, Mr. and Mrs. Scheuer started toward America, taking in the great Paris Exposition, and viewing Queen Victoria’s capital also. Arriving at New York, they tarried a few days, then a few at Baltimore, then a day in Atlanta, reaching home as above stated.

Mr. Scheuer always feels prouder of America after visiting other countries, and is glad to get back—especially after capturing one of Emperor William’s fair subjects. Of course Mrs. Scheuer is already in love with Cartersville.


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