In the neighborhood of ïoo invited guests assembled in the spacious rooms of Mr. James Walter's house on Wednesday evening, the 5th inst, to witness the marriage of his only daughter, Ida, and Henry Champion, son of föhn Champion. The ceremony was performed at 7 o'clock. The young couple, with their supporters, Miss Silvia Merriett and Arthur Cole, marched in to the strains of the wedding march. Rev. C. J. Case read the service which unitediMiss Walters and Mr. Champion in the ho'.y bonds of matrimony. After the ordeal was over, congratulations came thick and iast, as both families are very much esteemed in the neighborhood. A tastefally arranged and plentious wedding supper was served in the dining room, after which all engaged in social chat, or viewed the table of wedding presents, all of which were tasteful, and many of which were costly. Space forbids mentionof the names of all those who were there. Your correspondent's attention was called to several outsiders, araong whom were Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Moore, of Ann Arbor; Messrs. Frank and Henry Walters, newspaper men from Canada, now of Ann Arbor, and cousins of the bride; and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Sanderson, of Ypsilanti.