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 - A cup of wine was brought and bJcss ed. The...
A cup of wine was brought and bJcss ed. The couple drank from it altereate- - . , three times each. The priest tl:en ! Mr. Giwt conducted his sister to the altar. Besides the immediate" faui'Yv » « frequent music by a local cuar- tet, was lengthy. The services" closed V5rith singing of a Russian naiioi-al liyimvafter w hich the couple received congratulations, while the quarlet die- Coursed music. The ceremony consumed 0116 n 5> u r and it was nearly midnight before" the guests departed. The Episcopal Service. that was observed yesterday', *"w*hJch I made Prince Cantacuzene of and Julia_ Dent Grant, daughter of; General co that church, ^ _ ^ j-ut4 u< ^aT'FredVrick"bV'Grant? h^band!^ and wife - w »* celebrated at All Saints i ^ e J . her . e ^ "<>on today. The assem- i ^ O£ mv.tea sweats.-notable for social and military distinction, made the cer-i emony one of the most brilliant ever witnessed at Newport. Rt. Rev. H. C. i Potter. Protestant Episcopal bishop o£ New York, officiated, but in accordance accordance with the laws of the state of Rhode leland. Rev. Dr. Porter of the Emanuel church o£ this city read that portion of the service which legally united the distinguished pair. A recep- tion followed the wedding ceremony R t I the Palmer residence, and late this af-,^' terr.oon the prince and princess left for! New York and St. Petersburg. ----- - All Saints chapel presented a wealth of decoratior walls and wreaths -a.„ .... , entire aUsr rail was covered with white" 1 l . On the altar and cbancel were suspended suspended a large number of baskets Riled •with orchids intermingled -wiU» a chime

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  1. The Daily Iowa Capitol,
  2. 25 Sep 1899, Mon,
  3. Page 1

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