James W. Eagelston to Lora Lynch wedding.
MAK1UAGK AT ODESSA. Accouut of the Eageiston - Lynch Marriage eat flrlAaaia iar Worl naaiiuw at Odeaaa on Wednesday. Q lite a pleasant affair took place in our midst on laat Wednesday. James W. Eagelston and Mits Lira E Lynch two of Odessa's influential young people, were joined in matrimony at the reel dence of the bride's parents. Notably among thoee present were Mr. and Mrs. Eagleeton, Mr. and Mrs. Barney, Mr. and Mrs. Norris, also, Mr. and "Mrs. Jenkins and Captain Wilson and wife of Kear ney. It was jaet noon when , the young couple and their attendants entered the room where the minister and friends were awaiting their presence. Then followed the short and impressive ceremony, ceremony, conducted by Rev. M. B. Young of Odessa, that made the twain one. Congratulations were extended, af er which Mrs. Barney seated the happy couple with their friends around a heavily laden table that we? fa rly groan ing under a burden of good things. All seem to enjoy relieving the table of its rich burden. The following is a list of the presents received: Mr. and Mrs. Eagelston, eet of silver knives, forks and spoony Mies Rattie Ksrner, sugar shell; Mr and Mrs. Norrir, pair of towels aud a dock; Mr. and Mrs, Barney, glass set; Mies Bejsie Youug. cake stsnd; Mr. and Mrs. Lynch, lea eet; aius rreuerio, euia puiuw, air. anu .ure Wilson, bed spread: Mrs. Frederic, bread plate; Mr. M. A. Nye, vinegar pi'cher; Arthur Lynch, five dol'ar check; Mr. J. B Lynch, ten dollar check. A reception was given by the groom's parents in the evening. Q lite a number of young people were present, and the occasion was pronounced by them to be a most enj lyable one. May the pathway pathway of these two excellent young people be strewn with many bright flowers and their future be attsnded by a life of happiness and usefulness. A Friend