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 - TUB ckBB - MITTKN NUPTIALS. The Columbia City...
TUB ckBB - MITTKN NUPTIALS. The Columbia City Tost Bays: "Two souls with but a single thought, two hearts that beat as one'' was moat beautifully represented in the marriage of Mr. L. C. Mitten, of Huntington, and Miss Sadie J. Oarr, of this city,, daughter of Hon. Wm. Carr, on last Thursday evening, at the residence of the bride's parents. The oq - .caaion was a grand one, never to be forgotten by those favored with the "At Home." The bride the queen of the occasion a tall brunette made a rather impressive appearance, arrayed iu a dress' of wine Bilk, trimmed with dregs of wine velvet. The groom was becomingly dressed for such an occasion. The ceremony was performed in the parlor, which was fitly decorated with flowers and arbor vita. Horse shoes hung pendant from the doors bearing the legend ''Good Luck." Promptly at 8 o'clock the happy pair were escorted in the parlor with their attendenta Misses Ottie Carr and Nettie German, and Mr. L. M. Linvill and Mr. Chas. Pcott where their vows were sealed and bound in that holy union which we trust will ne'er be broken, by the Rev. J. N. Barnett. Congratulations followed, which on the part of their parents were demonstrative of the deepest affection and filial love. After the ceremonious part was done the guests were favored with a HUinp - tuoua repast nt for the gods. Over the entrance to the dining - room, wraught in letters of gold, was the bidding of welcome, "Eat, drink and be merry," by that estimable lady and mother of tho bride, Mrs. Wm. Oarr. Mirth and joy reigned supreme until the "we sma' hours" of the night were numbered in eternity. The presents were numerous and elegant. The guests from abroad were : Mrs. Mitten, the groom's mother. Misses Docie and Lona and Mr. John Mitten, of Huntington; Misses Bell and Kit Johnson, of Fort Wayne; Miss Victoria Edwards, of South. Whitley ; and Miss Nettie German and Mr, Chat. Scott, of Warsaw. Mr. add Mrs. Mitten will take up their residence In Huntington. The best wishes of the entire community follow them. May their sun never set upon the sea of adversity. "They have entered through the gnuw Of life's garden hand In hand, Aud their pathway straight before tln - ra Seems the brightest in the laud." devoted

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  1. The Fort Wayne Sentinel,
  2. 16 Apr 1881, Sat,
  3. Page 3

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