John C Finney marriage
Quite a coneonn-e of p->op'r> prntb ^rr-d at CradfTockviMo M. F>. ?Tmrch, South, on Wednesday evening, April 27th, to witness the marriage of Mr Tohn C. Finney and Miss Nannie S. West. At 7:30 p. m., the brirbrl party entered the elm rob to the strains of Mcndelsfohu's Weddinar Mnrch, per? formed on thn ojgan bv Miss V. A. Robinson, of Maryland, and proceed? ed to the chancel rail wh^re the nup? tial knot was tied by Rev. J. M. An? derson. Th" waiters, blisses. Julia and Mollie Wine. Misses Beach and Brittimriiam, Messrs. Ed. Finney, brotljer of the groom. Kellam, Custis, Brittingham and Davis, formed a semi-circle near them, whi'c Mr. Thomas Finney, of Baltimore, oldest brother of the groom, acted as best man, and Miss Liilic West, sister of thn bride, as maid of honor. The bride, who is a pretty blonde, was handsomely attired in a light gieen broathcloth, full train, trimmed in dark olive green plush and old Span? ish lace, her hat, was a marvel of taste and beanty, gloves to match dress. She carried a boiiquet of hy? acinths and tulips tied with pink ribbon. The groom wore the conven? tional black, with lvmtonniere of white violets. The maid of honor and waiters were becomingly attired in light cpiing cloths, each carrying a bouquet. The church was beauti? fully decorated b3' Urs. M. T. Wipe, one of the bride's numerous friends. A sumptuous wedding supper was served at the residence of the bride's parents, at Davis' wharf, where a number of friends and relatives spent a pleasant evening. They received many presents,ainong themo6thand somo of them was a silver butter dish and knife, a Eet of silver fruit knives, silver sugar spoon, china tea set, etc. Mr. and Mrs. Finney's fu? ture home will be in Northampton county, where Mr. Finney is a pros porous farmer. The happy couple have the best wishes of their many friends. R.