Special to The Warder
HYMENIAL - A very pleasing and happy
event took place at the residence of Mr.
Samuel Stinson, on Dec. the 23rd inst.,
at 2 o'clock p.m., it being the marriage
of his second daughter, Miss Jenny
Luella, to Mr. Isaac R. Laidley, of this
place. A large crowd of friends had
gathered to the amount of twenty-five
couple; and at the time appointed the
bride looked charming in a copper colored
silk dress trimmed with cream brocaded
satin, while silver sprays and orange blos-
soms adorned her head and neck. The
bride was assisted through the trying ordeal
by her cousin, Miss Addie Stinson,
who was dressed in a beautiful costume
suitable for the occasion, while Mr. Albert
Mills, teacher, assisted the groom. After
the Rev. Mr. Fallis of the Janetville cir-
cuit had tied the knot in his usual mild
way, the party sat down to the table
which was laden with everything suitable
so satisfy the craving of the inner man.
In the evening the young couple drove to
Lindsay where they took the train to
Peterboro, thence down into the lower
Province, where Mr. Laidley has two
sisters residing. We wish them a pleas-
ant trip, hoping to see them back in
course of a month. May their trials and
troubles be few and may they be blessed
with peace and happiness is our worst
wish. The following is a list of some of
the presents which go to prove the respect
in which the young couple are held in
the community.-A crystal cruet, by the
groom: Miss Addie Stinson, a parlor
lamp; Mr. Albert Mills, half dozen fruit
knives; Mr. Samuel Stinson, father of
the bride, a pair of fancy plush slippers
to the groom; Mrs. Samuel Stinson, pair
of woollen blankets; Mr. and Mrs. Wm. A.
Stinson, a bedroom suite; Mr. and Mrs.
Robt E. Stinson, 4 dozen silver tea spoons;
Mr. and Mrs. T. Laidley, eight day clock
Miss Alecia Laidley, ladies' companion;
Mr. and Mrs. H. Laidley, brocaded plush
album; Mr. and Mrs. Wm Stinson, silver
dinner cruet; Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Irvine,
cane rocking chair; Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Stinson, jr., silver pickle cruet; Mr. John
Porter, silver sugar bowl; Mrs. Wm. Brad-
burn, silver fruit dish; Mr. and Mrs.
Timms, glass cheese dish; Mr. and Mrs.
Bushell, silver dinner cruet; Mr. Wm.
Graham, fancy table cover; Mrs. Wm.
Graham, 2 sets of lace curtains; Mr. T.
and Miss J. Lee, lemonade set; Miss Sarah
Ros, set of lace pillow shams; Mr. Wm.
Irvine, jr., bread board and knife; Mr.
and Mrs. Stewart, carving knife and fork;
Mr. and Miss Balfour, lemonade set; Miss
Maggie Laidley, card receiver; Mrs. Sam-
uel Irvine, Rosedale, $2; Miss Edith
Stinson, pair of towels; Mr. J. W. Irvine,
glass cheese dish; Miss Millie Stinson,
pair of towels; Mr. J.W. and Miss Bertha
Irvine, half dozen silver knives; Miss
Rachel Graham, lemonade set; Miss
Hannah Graham, fancy pitcher, besides
many others too numerous to mention.