From the Davenport (Ia.) Daily Republican of Dec. 24, 1895:
In the county clerk's office at Lancaster, Ky., a couple from the country obtained a license to marry, and the Rev. C. M. Reed was called in to perform the ceremony. Another couple accompanied the bride and groom as attendants to the wedding. The minister made a mistake and married the wrong couple. Seeing his mistake, he called them back and married the right ones. The minister said the bridesmaid and best man answered the questions, and he thought them the interested parties.