the beautiful country home of Mr. Geo. Ryerse of Marburg, was most
tastily decorated upon the occasion of the marriage of his
daughter, Miss Elsie, to
J. W. Messecar, M.D., of Mille Roches, on Wednesday, the 28th ult.
After the guests had
assembled, the beautiful strains of Mendelsohn's wedding march
were wafted through the capacious parlor under the artistic touch
of the sister of the bride, Mrs. Lemon, and immediately at stroke
of eleven the bride came, resting on the arm of her father, into
the chamber that was honored by the ceremony.
Most beautiful indeed, she
appeared as she met the groom beneath the foral arch, in her
delicate and becoming attire of white organdie, and a picture long
to be remembered was the happy pair that stood the spirits of the
green ferns and floral banks that garnished the well-furnished
The groom was attended by
Mr. Lyman Messecar of Toledo, Ohio.
The bridesmaid, Miss Minerva Ryerse, made a dainty and harmonizing
picture with the bridal pair. The ceremony was performed by the
Rev. Wm. Pugsley of
Port Dover. -- Com.