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THE EAGLE: WEDNESDAY, MARCH 27, lti!)i.
11 IN HYMENEAL FETTERS. "Two SnulH With Hut a Singlo Thought, Two Ilcui tH Tlmt limit hh One." Yesterday morning at 9:15, at the Episcopal church, in this city Miss Mabel Upton, daughter of James N. Upton, was married to Mr. James S. Fielder, of this city, Rev. Edward S. Cross, of the Episcopal church, assisted by Rev. George Sol by, officiating. The morning was perfect as is ever seen in this uneqtialed climate; not a cloud was to be seen and the atmosphere was clear as crystal. Before 9 o'clock the invited guests be gan to assemble at the little church on the hill and before the time appointed for the ceremony every seat was filled and many were standing in the back part of the church awaiting the coming of the bride and groom. Promptly at 9:15 Mrs. Sel by began playing the wedding march and as the first strains filled the church the door opened and the bride elect, on the arm of Prof. James A Long, entered. Almost at the same time the bridegroom entered with Dr. W. T. Williams at the other end of the church. They met in front of the altar and Rev. Selby commenced the beautiful and im pressive wedding ceremony of the Epis copal church. The responses were plainly audible in all parts of the church and the ceremony was conducted without a halt. In ten minutes from the time the bruit- and groom entered the church t lie ceremony whs concluded anil the newly married pair entered a carriage which was in waiting and drove to the station, followed by the professors and students of the normal school, of which the bride had been a student, and a large number of the friends of the happy couple. They received numerous congratulations while waiting for the departure of the train which took them to El Paso on a wed ding trip. As they entered the car a shower of rice, thrown by dozens of hands, fell upon the bride and groom, and some humorously inclined persons tied old shoes to the rear guard of the car in or der to bring them luck on their journey. Mr. Fielder is well known in this part of New Mexico, having been a prominent attorney of this city a number of years. During her attendance at the normal school, Miss Upton made many warm friends here all of whom wish her a full measure of happiness. Mativ handsome presents were given to the happy couple, among which were the following : Dr. W. T. Williams, de corated china dinner set; Miss Jettie Gaddis, picture and easel ; J. P.. Warren, brass and onyx piano lamp: Judge and Mrs. G. D. llantz, table linen; Mr. and .Mrs. Norton, poems; Mrs. W. M. Hurt, china teapot; Mr. and Mrs.Barnes.silver sirup pitcher; normal school, silver but ter dish and knife; Mrs. J. Black, linen sideboard scarfs; Enterprise, oxydized sugar shell; Miss Kate Thompson, linen. Mr. and Mrs. Fielder will visit Mex ico today and they expect to return to this city the first of next week. The Eaoi.e extends its hearty congratulations and wishes them a long life of happiness. Last Thursday three men were found Bullicated in a freight car at Springer. They got on the car somewhere on the Atlantic & Pacific railroad. One of the men was a tinner and had his kit of tools, including a charcoal furnace, with him. A fire had been lit in the furnace and the men were undoubtedly suffocated by the deadly as from the furnace. From letters found on the persons of two of the ! men their names were found to le George Curtis and Murphy Druin. Drum has a sister at Maricopa, A. T. The car in ' which the men were found was one of the refrigerator cars which run on the Santa Fe to carry perishable freight. The men died, apparent ly, without a struggle. Mrs. A. II. Hunter, mother of Mrs. M. J. Clayton, of this city, died at the Thinner bouse yesterday morning of pneumonia, aged 51 years. Mrs. Hun- I ter was brought in from the Gila last I m'iw.L- mmliiHil tt'nutmimt mi it. vv'ilu thought until just before her death that she was getting along nicely and would recover, in fact word was sent out to Mr. Ilnnteryesterday morning that Mrs. Hunter was better. It is expected that over a thousand cars of stock will be shipped from this countv next month. A thousand cars will carry a great many cattle but Grant countv is one of the counties in ev , Mexico where cattle are raised in large ' numbers. The display of dry goods at the dry goods establishments of Henry Rosen burg and Max Schutz at their spring openings this week were as line as have ever been seen in this part of New Mex ico, i The territorial fair association at Al buquerque has already made aarange ments for the printing of 1500 premium lists for the fair. An effort will be made to have the fair this year surpass in ex cellence all the previous efforts of the association. A county commissioner for the second district of this county will have to be appointed by the governor in a few weeks. Mr. Brannin, the present chair man of the board, having decided to re move to Montana. J. "NY. Fleming, of this city has been named as one of the representatives of this territory to the exposition to be held in the City of Mexico next year. The normal school was not in session yesterday forenoon on account of the Fielder-Upton wedding. John Brockman went to Las Cruces yesterday on business. Mr. W. Rosenberg is here visiting his brother Henry Rosenberg. W. L. Jackson has been ill for several days past but is recovering. Mrs. Alexander McGregor was hero this week from Georgetown. . Mrs. G. D. Bantz entertained a few friends at her residence last evening. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Porterlield enter tained a few friends at their residence last Monday evening. Dr. Geo. T. Kimball who recently came here from Mogollón, on account of illness, has gone to Maryland. The Misses Ott who have lieen visiting in Denver are expected to return this week. The Silver City Drives in DRY GOODS and CLOTHING! Special Bargains in LADIES', GENTS' and CHILDREN'S SHOES. Also a full line of GLASS WARE and CROCKERY. ' We sell evervthinu CHEAP Peach trees are in bloom and the leaves j-qjj (sH. are coming out rapidly on shade trees j in this place. j BORENSTEN BROS. The CLARK- WHITSON LEITCH MUSICCO. Trie EL VASO, TEXAS, II!) San Fmiicixcii St. ALBUQUERQUE, X. M. JOS llailitmil Are line. Sell reliable goods on easy monthly payments. Can refer to many families with whom they have dealt. Tuning of Pianos in Grant county attended to. Write them for catalogue of new tvlo Pi'ino.