The bride is one of Crown Point's most charming young ladies. She is not only handsome but a lady of grace and manner and strong character.
The groom was formerly a merchant of this place and is one of our town trustees and is well known.
This couple were united in wedlock by the Rev. L.W.A. Luckey on last Wednesday, November 12, 1890, at 1 o'clock p.m. After an elegant repast the happy couple left on the 3:30 train for Chicago, thence to Milwaukee and other places of interest, on a wedding tour, intending to be gone a week or ten days, when they will return and occupy their home on Court street. The wishes of their many friends for their happiness and safe return go with them. We were requested not to give a list of the presents, but we cannot refrain from saying that they were many and costly, varying from a gold watch, china sets, silver dishes, fine linen, spreads, etc., to checks, drafts and paper currency.
It seemed general and universal to kiss the bride. The day was the brightest of the year. About forty persons witnessed the ceremony. Those who were invited and could not come sent presents.
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