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The Second Ceremony. A large silk flag: has been received from Russia, and with an American nag of equal dimensions will be entwined entwined over the en trance to the piazza at Beaulleu. on the Cliffs' side, during and alter the ceremony and reception tomorrow. tomorrow. This will be tho fashionable affair and All Saints' Memorial Chapel, where smart eNwport worships, will be the scene of It at noon. The Rev. Dr Nevins, Rector of the American Church n Rome, Is to officiate, assisted by Bishop Potter. Ulysses S. Grant, 3d a cadet at eWst Point, win comluct ' hlg sister to the altar, for her father Brig ! Gen. Frederick Dent Grant is In the Philippines. After the ceremony .there will be a big reception at Beaulieu. It will be'a floral bower, and music will be everywhere. everywhere. Sherry will serve the wedding- breakfast there. In the afternoon thf couple leave eNwport, and Wednesday they sail for Europe from New York once there they will go to Odessa, where the Prince's estates are, and there they will spend the winter. ^Thls afternoon the Prince and Miss ' Grant, with the ushers, held a whearS at the chapel. AJ1 the doors were carefully carefully locked and the Janitor was on guard on the outside of the 'buildlnir to prevent prying eyes from catching- a glimpse of what -was transpiring within Only Mrs. Fred D. Grant. BIshp Potter and Dr. Nevlns were admitted! beside the wedding party. The line of procession was formed ivitih the ushers In the lead and the Tlnce and Miss Grant bringing up the rear. Mrs. Grant superintended the line of march and made the participants take many trips up and down the aisle before he marching was to her satisfaction. There was no music of any kind used and In the absence of this Mrs. Grant marked the march time.by clapping her "lands. It was nearly 6 o!clock before he party left the chapel. After tho wedding- Mrs. Grant will sail or the Phlllplnes to Join her husband, vho is now with the American army hero. Capt. Algernon Sartoris accom- anles her.