A FORDRAM WEDDING. THE BEY. JOSEPH K. BLAKCHABD TO SCI 88 I-OCI8E A27DERBON. The Rev. Joseph N. Blanchard, Rector of 8L James' Church, and Miss Louise Anderson, daughter of the Ber. William Anderson, minister ofHhe Dutch Reformed Church, all of Fordham, were married by Bishop Williams, of Connecticut, in St. James's Church, at Fordham, on Thursday. At the altar was an arch and bell of white camellias and erergreens. The pulpit, read-tng-deek. and font were decorated with rosea, lilies, and camellias. The bride was escorted down the aisle by her father. The groom received ber at the altar, led her through the floral arch, and both knelt In silent prayer before the Bishop. The Impressive service of the Episcopal Church followed, and tbe clear, firm response of bride and groom were heard by all the congregation. The church was filled with -friends of both Darties. among whom were Mr. Lewis 6. Morris and niece, Mrs. and the Misses 8 wart, Mr. and Mrs. Edison. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh N: Camp, and Dr. Muasey, all of High Bridge; Miss Emma Mandeville. daurhter of " Barry Gray" ; Mrs. Deckert and daughter, Mrs. Mechlng. Mrs. Welch. Dr. and Mrs. Eden. Mrs. Claflin, of Fordham, and the Rev. Mr. I Harris, of Morrisanla. The bride's dress was white satin, with tulle veil and orange blossoms. Her three sisters were dressed, respectively. In lavender; blue, and pink silks. Mrs. Claflin wore a black satin, embroidered white bonnet trimmed with gold lace, and diamond ornaments: Mrs. Salter a white silk, with black lace and diamonds. The costumes generally were black and white. One dress was crimson and buff, bat the same. Most of the young ladies wore clusters of daisies at .the belt. Miss Mandeville wore black silk, trimmed with let, and a white hat and flowers. Dr. Walters and Mr. Frank Shepperd took turns in presiding at the organ. Mr. and Mrs. Blanchard left on the 7 P. M. train on their qridaltour. Cpon their return they will occupy thp parsonage, which has been handsomely fitted up by the groom.