Clipped From Middletown Daily Argus
pust noon, F. Eng- Kennedy, W. his by the of its no this collies 2, tan MARRIED AT SIGHT. A Jeffersonvllle Maiden Joins Hands With a Nan at Their First From the Bulllraa Cointj Record. Charles Lyon, claiming to bail from Hancock, and Miss Lizzie Duttweiler, Swiss Hill, near Jeffertonville, were married ati the M. E. parsonage there, Saturday morning, May 13, by Rev. Meyer. The witnesses to the ceremony were Airs. Meyer, the minister's wife, Miss Carrie Hofer, residing next to parsonage, who was called in foi occasion. The bride is a daughter of the Martin Duttweiler and is forty-live of age. Since the dtath of her father, some yeau ago, she has worked an Swiss Hill single handed, working early dud late and performing the hardest kirjd of labor. The groom is a stranger in these parts, giving his fifty-four years, and professing to owner of two large farms at or Hancock and all the way from to |175,000 iu the First National of Hancock. There is no such bank Hancock, and a telegram to the bank at that place brought the that the man had no account while j another communication stated that llyon was not known at Thepouple met each other for the time dn Thursday, May 11, when appeared in town aud, inquiring the way, went to thÂ» Duttweiler farm. wedding took place the second day following, to the great amazement of inhabitants of the community. The bride, i who is a devout member of M. E. pbnrch, is happy in the that sbe has secured a rich and magnanimous helpmeet and the groom that she is jast the woman be has been looking for. They are on the Duttweiler homestead.