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BEN'S DAT
He Is Inaugurated
Amid Rain, Drizzle
and Mist
While Chief-Justice Fuller
Holds an Umbrella
Over His Head.
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Hanfson Takes tic Oath of Olce
Beta DeMi hi
i InaopraL
: IfeMorton' Sworn In by Jus
tica Fuller in the Sen
ate Chamber.
.
h& Blaine Appeared Palo
N and Haggard
t Mrs. Cleveland Not Present at tho
' Inaugural Ceremonies,
I fSTXCIALTOTmt BTXKIHO WOBLD.1
Washington, D. G. .(March 4. The toll of tho
storm has struck us. There aro signs of bine
sky over head and the wind grows strong and
shrewish. It looks at this early hour as if Den
Jamln Harrison would tako the oath of office
under a vlslblo sun af tor all. Tho parado will
boa good-looking one despite the fact that it
must be marched in mud galore. Lot Gen.
Greelybe praised. He has saved his reputa
tion by a hair.
, All night the rain fell as it had been falling
since Saturday afternoon. Special trains with
excursionists arrived at intervals of a few min
utes throughout the night, and the mournful
musio of water-aoaked bands seemod to keep all
Washington awake as they paraded the wet
streets to their quarters, Tho draggled bunting,
flags and otheriinBigniaof tho occasion adorning
very building along tho broad and vast Penn
sylvania avenue and other thoroughfares to bo
, tramped by the great military and civio parado
added to the state of general element to bo
noted everywhere
FESTOONS Or BED, WHITE AND BLUE.
The front of tho Capitol was yesterday fes
tooned in red, whito and blue, and tho platform
erected on which Ocn. Harrison was to tako tho
oath of office and receivo from Grovor Cloveland
the trust which ho has had in his keeping for
four years. This morning theso colors of tho
nation were bedraggled and limp, like every
thing olse, from tho constant flow of rain sinco
Saturday morning.
FOB! BAITS EVEBTWHERE.
Portraits of Harrison and Morton abound
i everywhere. Frequently enough to remind tho
ohierver whom thu "leal leader "of his party
is, thepoitiuit of James Q. Blaine is osBoclatod
With thoso of the now Executive and Vice-President.
But dospite the wcathor thero aro thronged
thousands of strangers in the city, moBt of thorn
decked out in military or other fanciful dress.
ETory train brings a crowd, and tho streets
ftnd avomios aro moving masses of humanity.
The most notable feature of tho gathering is
, the prevalence of tho simplo uniform of tho
Pennsylvania National Guards, of which 13!2
( companies of infantry in JO regiments, 31
' light batteries and three companies of artillery.
Under command of Gen. John P. Ilartiauft,
take part in tho parado, as they did at the in
augurations of Cleveland and Garfield.
Capt. D. L. M, Piexotto, who was for thirteen
years amomberof thoBoveuthItcgiment,of New
VorkCity, fa in. charge of the military division
mider Gen. Ordway. The militiamen havo beon
Well provided for since their arrival In the city
, better, Indeed, than half the civilians, who havo
been obliged to accept such quarters as they
could find.
oiuuis at a fbemium.
Chairs in tho hotel lobbies are at a premium.
, Huge stands are erected at every place of van
tsge along the route of the parade, and desplto
the drizzling rain which was falling at an early
hour theso stands had already begun to fill up
lth pooplo who cared to secure tho seats
thereon at from flu cents to $3 each,
By o o'clock there were thousands of pcoplo
torched on theso rough pedestals, and the fitful
rainfall seemed to have no dampening effeet
Eton thorn,
J were regaled durtas the. morning hour
I fei .i, iaaa?risai-ftfcMA. --"ifirft vriftsliiiitsste
by tho constant movement of the bodies of
paradcrs and by tho discordant Intermingling of
tho notes of tho many bands accompanying tho
paradcrs.
PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE A B1VEB Of HUMANITT.
By 0 o'clock Pennsylvania avenuo was a
flooded river of humanity, Tho oolorod folk,
wero out by tho hundred thousand.
It is a great day for them, they think, and any
number of gaudily attired organizations, with
"color" everywhere, from Colonel to band,
from kettle-boy to drum-major, havo come to
Join in tho baptism of tho now Administration.
At 10 o'clock tho First Division, to which bo
longs tho honor of cseorting tho Presidential
party, began to aseemblo on Pennsylvania ave
nue, the left resting on Blxtoenth street.
It was undor command of Brig.-Gen. H. Q.
Gibson. Old Col. Merrill, of the old Seventieth
Indiana Volunteors, and the other old comrades
of O en. Harrison in the soldier days came down
the avenue amid a volley of enthusiaatio cheer
ing, Tho pregnant hour is fast arriving and history
will soon be making.
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GEN. HARRISON ARISES EARLY.
Ho Shows Blgn of Agitation at the Arling
ton After Breakfast.
(SPECIAL TO THE ZVKXIX 0 WORLD. 1
Washington, March 4.
At tho Arlington Hotel, only a block across
Lafayette Bqaaro from the Whito House, wero
tho now tenants of tho mansion of tho Execu
tive. Prcsidont narrison and wifo, Busscll Harrison
and wifo, Mr. and Mrs. and Baby McKeo and
Mr. and Mrs. and Miss Halford wero here.
Gen. Harrison arose at 7 o'clock and ate a
Bcanty breakfast in the privato dining-room.
Thoro wero signs of agitation .in his face, and
he gripped his cigar in his clinched teeth with
the sir of a man riding to battle.
una. uabbison's tact.
The ladles of the party talked nothing but
weather in his absence, but when ho was pres
ent, with raro tact, Mrs. Harrison talked on
more cheorful topics.
QUIET AT TUB WHITE HOUSE.
At tho Whito ITouflo all was quiet till 8 o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland and Mrs. Folsom at
tended divine servioe as usual yesterday. When
they returned they found S00 people about the
entrance to tho home which they wero about to
vacate.
It was tho last timo on which they could per
form that little act, and as thoy stepped from
tho coaoh and passed across tho broad door stone
the Iittlo crowd of citizens wero almost breath
loss. Mrs. Cleveland lookod frosh and charm
ing. Bho was clad from head to foot in mourning
black, tho soft glow of her cheeks making her
moro than usually attractive. As she passed
through between tho rows of curious eyes, a
rough-voiced man said in a hoarse whisperi
" There's a lady for you I Ain't she pretty t"
Tho tone was of admiration, and an Evenino
Wobld reporter who overheard it thought ho
could see the signs of grateful pleasuro in the
smile of tho recipient of this compliment as sho
passed on,
MB. CLEVELAND nAOOABD.
Mr. Cleveland followed his fair young wife,
and the reporter experienced a feeling of shock
as he noted tho haggard look of the President,
the unelastio step and deathly gray of tho
face. It was forcibly remindful of tho sear and
ashen faco of Daniel Manning as tho over
worked, overtired, Secretary of the Treasury
alighted from the European steamer a few
months ago.
UBS. CLEVELAND GOES TO THE FAIBCHILD HOUSE.
Mrs. Folsom came last. She and Mrs. Cleve
land emerged from that same doorway again
this morning, and, entering that same coach,
wero driven to the house of Beoretary Falrohlld.
They will not participate in any way in the
festivities of the day. They will be the guests
of Mrs. Falrchlld for a few days, and then will
go to Now York, whoro their futuro home will be.
PRESIDENT AND PRESIDENT-ELECT.
Ocn. Harrison does la the White House In
Mr. Cleveland's Carriage.
(SFXCIAL TO IDE EVZKIHa W0BLC1
Washington, March 4. The promises of the
early morning that tho sun would do its duty,
shining upon the inauguration hosts, has not
been fulfilled.
There was a short struggle between the sun
and the wind and rain and then the clouds
closed in again and the drizzle was renewed.
Bit is one of those exasperating drizzles which
seem to bo eifoitloss and purposeless, but the
Scotch mist continues to pervade everything.
THE CAHBIAOE OF STATE LEAVING THE WHITE
HOUSE.
Bo discouraging is the weather that instead of
filling up the stands were beginning to empty by
10.30 o'otock.
Just at this hour the Indiana veteran esoort
marched down Pennsylvania avenue, through
tho pools of water in the depressions In the tar
pav cment.
They marched direct to the White House,
where thoy took up their position along the
north front.
FnESIDENT CLEVELAND BENDS HIS CAEBIAOE FOB
OEM. UABBISON.
President Cleveland despatched his carriage
to the Arlington Hotel for the President-elect,
and shortly before 1 1 o'clock it returned, bear
ing Gen. Harrison. President Clevoland
emerged from the Whlto House, clad in bis
usual Princo Albert coat and black trousers, and
took the seat beside Gen. narrison,
Thoy wero escorted thence direct to tho
Capitol, the) esoort drawing up before the east
end of the building and tho two Presidents
passing in and up to the Senate Chamber.
THE E9COBT TO THE WHITE HOUSE.
Tho escort of tho Prcsidont consisted of tho
first division of tho groat parado under Brig.
Gon, Gibson with staff.
Tho First Brigade included tho Third Regi
ment Artlllory, United States Army, Batteries
A, D, E, O. U, K, L and M, Battalion United
Btates artlllory, four light batteries, Troop B,
Sixth Cavalry, and Troop B, l'onrtli Cavalry.
Tho Second Brigade, under Capt, It. W. Meade,
was composed of battalion marines, apprentice
battalion, seamen and light battery seamen.
ThoThird Brigado included tho District of Co
lumbia National Gnardtundcr Brlg.-Qeu. Ord
way, with stall; Signal Company, Ambulanco
Company, First and Second regiments, Sixth
and Seventh battalions, Light Battery A and
Cavalry Troop A.
MR, MORTON IB VICE-PRESIDENT.
Sworn In by Chief-Justice Fuller In the
Senate Chamber Tills Morning.
fsriClAL TO THE EVENIHO WOIILD.1
WAsniNOTON, D. 0. , March 4. Although 10
o'clock was tho hour named, the galleries of the
Benate wero thrown open to a privileged few as
early as 0 o'clock, Somo of tho peoplo thus fa
vorod had remained in tho building all night.
At so early an hour the Senato was in recess,
and only tho empty chairs and a few watchful
messengers and pagos wero observable on the
floor of tho Chamber.
At 10 o'olock, when tho outsldo doors wero
opened, tho crowd with admission tloketB surged
in and a sceno of iudosoribablo confusion en
sued. A BOBAUDLE OU HEATH.
There was the most undignified scromblo for
soats participated in by men and women of tho
highest position, and order was hardly restored
whon tho hour for tho appcarauco of tho Presi
dent appeared.
Tho scene, however, though somowhat disor
derly, was a brilliant ono. Tho following was
tho order of arrival of tho notable officials on
the floor of tho Senate aud tho assignments of
seats;
THE OBBAT ABBIVALS.
The President and tho President-elect entored
the Senato wing by tho bronze doors in the east
front, each accompanied by a member of tho
Committeo of Arrangements.
The President went directly to the President's
room and the President-elect to the Vice-President's
room, where they remained until they en
tered the Senate Chamber.
Having been introduced by tho Committeo of
Arrangements thoy occupied scats reserved for
them in front of the presiding officer.
The Commlttoo of Arrangements occupied
seats on their loft
The Vice-President-elect was accompanied to
the Capitol by a member of tho Committeo of
Arrangements.
CHIEF JUSTICE FULLEB,
the diplomatic corn's.
Tho Diplomatic Corps assembled in tho
Marble Boom and proceeded In a body at
11, IB a, M. to the Senato Chamber, where
they occupied seats on the right of the
chair. Ex-President and ex-Vloe-Prcsident,
the Chief Justice, tho Associate Justices and tho
ox-Associate Justioes of the Supreme Court oc
cupied seats on the right of tho chair.
The Supreme Court Justices entored the Sen
ato Chamber a few moments before tho Pres
ident. Heads of the Exocutlvo Department, the re
tired General of the Army, tnu MaJor-Qeneral
of tho Army commanding, the Admiral of
the Navy and officers of tho army and
navy who by name have received tho thanks of
Congress occupied seats on the left of tho chair.
Governors of States, ex-Senators of the United
Btates, Judges oi the Court of Claims and of the
president Harrison deli vers his inaugural in the drizzle.
(Lratcn from photographs of the ttand anil telegraphic notes.)
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ROUTE OF THE INAUGURAL PROCESSION.
(Indicated by tho arrows.)
Supremo Court of the District and tho Commis
sioner of the Distiict occupied seats east of the
main eutrauco.
DISTINGUISHED LADIES IN FUONT SEATS.
In tho front seats in tho wist of tho diplo
matic gallery sat the family of Gen. Harrison,
while Immediately behind them sat the family of
Mr. Moiton.
Mr. Ingalls nas In tho chair looking as mild as
a May morning aud showing no trace of the en
countor with Mr. ntddlcborgir last night.
Al'ILAUHF. FOU Mil. BLAINE.
Tho entrance of Mr. Blaine was tho signal for
applause
Mr. Ingalls reproved the galleries, but without
cileot.
THE TLU11ED KNIOI1T OHAHTLY.
Mr. Blaine lookod ghastly. Ihcro was an al
most uuiveisal remaik as to his aged aud fecblo
appearance.
Gen. Sherman walked at tho head of tho army
and in front of Gen. Bchotkld.
VENEltABLE HANNIBAL HAMLIN TOEHENT.
Tho venerable Hanuibal Hamlin, tho only
liijig cx-Vicc-1'rcsIdtnt, occupied a vest at tho
right of tho presiding ofllccr.and tho Commlttoo
of Arrangements sat on the left.
MO. MOBTON COMES IN.
As tho hands of tho Senate clock reached the
hour of noon tho Vice-President-elect was an
nounced, lie was escorted to tlio platform of
the presiding officer by Senator Cullom, of Illi
nois. 1 cry ono in tho chamber arose and re
mained standing whilo Senator Iugalls admin
Istetod to Morton tho oath of office. At tho con
clusion of this corcmony Senator Ingalls made
terse spcecli.
Ills remarks wero greeted with applause from
tho galleries, whero sat Mrs. Harrison and her
daughter, Mrs. McKee, Mrs. ltussell Harrison,
Mrs, Morton, Mrs. Ingalis, Miss Ingalls aud
otUermembcis of tho families for whom tho
pri ate gallery had been reserved. At tho con
elusion of his remarks, Senator Ingalls turned
and handed tho gavel to Mr. Morton, who then
assumed tho position of presiding officer, lie
called thu Senato to order in extia session,
mi. moiiton'h addbess.
Prayer was offered by Butler, the chaplain,
Vice-President Morton then addressed the Ben
ate. At tho conclusion of this speech tho now Sen
ators wero sworu In.
Tho message of the President, convening tho
Senate in extra session, was then read and the
Senate having completed Its organization the
Vice-President announced that it would pro
ceed to tho east front of tho Capitol where tho
President of tho United States would be sworu
In.
MBS. CLEVELAND ABSENT.
Mrs. Cleveland's absence occasioned muck
inftffoiy linn iaJiW. aVJssV i'sli Ajclj iisJJIrfisiiBil
comment at 11. CO,
It was explained by Mr. Cclaud in a whis
per to Gen. Harrison. She was not well.
A MIOCE8310N F01IMEI).
Tho procession was then formed In the follow
inn orders Tho Marshal of the District of Co
lumbia. A. A. Wilson, and the Marshal of tlio
Supiomo Court, J. M. Wright; Hannibal
Hamlin, ex-Vico-Proside'Ut of the United
States; Chief-Justlco Fuller and tho Asso
ciated Justices of tho Supremo Court; Col.
Canaday, tlio Serjeant-at-Arms of the Senate;
tlit Committee of Arrangement, Senators
Hoar. Cullom and Cook roll: President Cloe
land and tlio Presidentelect; Vice-President
Morton and Gen. Auson McCook. the Secretary
of the Senate.
Then came tlio members of tho Senate, two
and two, headed by Senator Edmunds and Sen
ator Ingalls, tho members of the Diplomatio
Corps, tho heads of departments, the General of
the army ami thu Admiral of tho navy,
Members of tho House of Representatives, led
by ex-Htx nl.cr Carlisle and Gen. John 1). Clark,
the ex-Clerk of tho House, and rollowecTthcm
tlio distinguished guests and others who had oc
cupied seats ill the benate.
THIlOfdll THE BOTUNDA.
Tho procession proceeded through the rotunda
of the Capitol, through thu main entrance of
tho east front ami out uikjii the great platform
which had been elected on tho centrul portico.
INAUOURATHD IN THE RAIN.
lie Took the Oittli of Olllce First aud Then
.lluilu Ills Address.
(irrcui. to the msisa would
Wabuinoton, March 4. Contrary to custom.
Gen. Benjamin Harrison took the oath of onlcu
before delivering his inaugural address.
Chief Justice Puller administered tho oath to
tho President-elect at 12.40 r. M. The scene
was a most impressive one.
After taking the oath, which binds him to
nerve the best Interests of sixty millions of peo
ple, ho began his address.
He delivered his Inaugural speech in a full,
clear voice.
The rain fell steadily, but had no effect on the
now er of his voice, which rose clear and distinct
to tho ears of tho listening multitude.
CHIEF JUSTICE FULLFB HOLDS THE UUBBFI LA.
Chief JUHtleo Fuller stood btildohim, and held
an umbrella over liliu whilo he spoke.
The umbrella was Joncrsoulau in its sim-
Those on tho outskirts of tho crowd, who
could not hear, created a Iittlo disturbance by
rushing aw ay to select advantageous positions
along tho lino of march.
'Iho President completed his address at 1.35
t, V,
THE OATH OF OFFICE.
Tho constitutional oath, token by Gen.
Hnrrisou aud ovory President of the United
Btates before he can enter " ou tho execution
of his office, " is as follow 8 :
"I do solemnly sweur thnt f will
faithfully execute the olllce of President
nf tho United States, und will, to the
best of my ability, preserve, protect and
defend the Constitution of the United
btates."
Tho Constitution permit tho President to
" affirm" instead of " swear," if ho prefers.
But Gon, Hurrison adhered to tho latter and
more impressive formula.
Ho returned at once to the Senate end of the
Capitol.
1 ie minutes later he and Vice-President Mor
toii.accompauleU by ex-Presldcut drover Cleve
land, entered a canlago and wero driven to tho
White House.
A LUNCH FOLLOWS THE CEBEUONIES.
A light and much-needed lunch was found pro
iiand there, und was partaken of heartily
b the President, Vice-President, Mr. Cleveland
and Sonator Ingalls, who was also present.
(.1 full report uf Prettaent ilarrtton't tnauy
unit adiXre sa wtll be found on the ttconti puye.)
THE PARADE.
Reviewed la the Wei by Prcsldeut Ilarrlsan
from tbe Capitol.
tSrZCIAL TO THE EVENING WOBLtl,
Washinuton, D. C, March 4. The parade
was divided into five divisions. Gen. James A.
Beam In command as Chief Maislml. The Btc
oml division compilsed tho Peuusvlv aula mil
itia uudei Gru. Hartrauft. The third division
hailed from Ohio and other States.
Gov. John B. Porakevou a big black charger
commanded. He was under escort of Georgia
cadets.
Gen, William Warner marshalled the fourth
division, and the fifth division was under com
mand of Col. Myrom M. Parker.
The fourth division was made up entirely of
veterans of tho Graud Army of the Ilepublio,
old sallow and sons of veterans.
The fifth division was composed of civio socie
ties, in tho fourth brigade of which the New
Vol lent appeared,
JOHN 1. O'BEIEN FIBST.
This brigade was commanded by Gen. H, A.
Barnum and the Johu J. O'Brien Association,
with John J. himself as Marshal, had tho first
place in tho brigade. Thero were SilO of them
in light overcoats and stiff hats,
Iho IU A. Ore ajoii men, of the "Fighting
Fifteenth, "were 170 strong, and Assemblyman
llobert Bay Hamilton marshalled a small con
tingent of Elev enth District silk stockings, while
he JJacolu Club turned oat under Senator Van
LAST EDfflON. 1
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Cott and tho Ninth Ward Pioneers under Capt. i?JH
It. N. E. Miller. 3j
OUNNEn IN COMMAND. JftSH
Jno. II. Gunner commanded the Enrolled Be- -'IH
publican Club of tho Twcntr-second Assembly vnH
OEN. BEAVEB, THE GRAND MinSHAL. JN
District, aud L. Bchulunn marched at tho head lufl
of tho John Simpson Legion from tho Sixth. wl
Tlio WholcBalo Dry.Ooods Itepublicans had jfaH
Capt. Albort Mellon for marshal. 1efl
Tho Lovl P. Morton Club, tho Harrison and nH
Morton men of tho Twenty-first Assembly Dls- i'41
trict, tho John J. O'Brien Association and th JfS
Mlohaol J. Dady Legion, of Brooklyn, divide 'US
most of the honors along tho lino of inarch. . -ntH
THE FABillK MOVES. 'ffijl
Tho parado moved at 1 o'clock down Pennsyl 'Hl
vanla avenue, between long lines of spectators iriSH
JOHNNY o'BBIEN ON HIS WHITE HOUSE. 'MM
and to tho delight of tho crowd aud tho musia iftfH
of a hundred bands. wfl
When tho White Houso was reached, as tho jlSI
linu of march passed ou down tho avenue with wMm
colors drooped in salute. President Harrison re- ImSM
v iewed them from a stand erected In tho grounds 9
of tho Presidential mansion. "flflM
IRE IN THE LOWER IIOUSE. jjl
WAsniNOTox, March 4.-In tho House thl fJKI
morning Mr. Blanehard, or Louisiana, arose to "iM
a question of privilege, and stated that the EI
members of the House had been grossly Insulted .' WJU
by Senato employees. JaLmI
In endeavoring to pass from the Senate wing ' ' Sl
of the Capitol to tho House wing they were iiMB
stopped by a barricade which had been erected by 'j&W
order of the Senate, blocking tho passagew ay. and mM
members n ero obliged to go outsldo of the Can- Pjfl
Itol aud walk several hundred vanN, through a ''$1
driving rain. In order to reach tho House. WmH
Mr, Blanehard was mad, and said thearro- fcB
ganco and assumption of tho Sonate. Inarrang- SKtH
lng tho inauguration ceremonies, was going too wvS
far. fl
Ho offered a resolution directing tho Sergeant- '' AhU
ut-Arms to take Btcps to secuiu the admission to WlB
the Senate wing of members of tho House. i3rdl
Mr. Anderson, of Kansas, saidMio would not KB
stand this auiioyHiico of thu Senate any longer. sIxH
Hu thereto u offered a resolution directing tho JSS-3H
Sergeaut-at-Anns of the House to takeaposso $!'
and break down the barricades. The Speaker 'aslsB
ruled this out of order. S&llI
After several members had recounted their -.li-'l
experiences of ill-treatment at tho hands of in- a2 1
soleiit Senate employees and the Houso had MaSsl
vigoiously vente-d IU indignation at those pro- JH"eI
ccedings, Mr, Blanchard's resolution was 'flSaB
adopted. ''$MM
TUB NEW YORK BOl'S THERE. MM
Wabuinoton, D, C, March 4. Hl
All of tho New York City delegations had '-ISSI
reached town by daybreak, the Seventh llegl- UKl
ment coming last and landing at tho Baltimore mII
and Ohio Depot about 7 o'clock. Tho boys had juIu
had a merry night of It, and they turned out as MMm
brisk aud happy as If they had a real war ahead 'JhI
InsUad of a mimic battle with tho rain drops. j&PM
They swore handsome Seventhltcgiment oath jBl
at Gen. Greedy for spoiling the beauty of the 3MI
parado and compelling them to elon fatigue unU VrnW
forms, but with their never-falling chcelJnssJ JBI
they accepted tho inevitable. 'Stall
The big Johu J. O'Brien train with 300 braves Ustl
from the Eighth Assembly District,, tho men fJill
who dispute with tho John V. McKane Demo- 'boll
crats tho honor of electing Harrison, came in ' lujlfl
the gray of early morning and whooped things flKI
up at a gi eat rate. Wf'M
Patrick Sarsfleld Gilmoro did not wait foraro- ' Wrfl
quest, but proceeded to mako tho air thrill at jElfl
once, and thu limp throng whioh walked and wM
waded tho streets wero cheerful. JSffl
Johu J. O'Brien, Barney OTlourke, ox-Coroner VfSifl
Nugent, Barney Biglin, Shed Shook, John 4kI
Brodesky, and other district leaders are taking Hil
a survey of the city to-day in tho rain. Barney "flltl
O'ltourko and soma of his friends gazed long "aRI
and curiously at the tall spire of the Washington Jll
monument. Its top hardly discernible through Ttil
the thick atmosphere. Then Mr. OTlourke sal
ejaculated; . $!
" How long did it take to grow, I wonder f ) 'yWHW
Clifton llaee Postponed. "nl
(sracuLTOTaixvisiNowoBLal 751
Clifton, N. J., March 4. It aces are post Mil
Sotied here to-day. Entries stand until Wednee l9sl
ay, . 'J3e1
Ir yon don't want to digust everybody with 3nfl
your otfcuslvo breath, cure your Catarrh upon XmW
which it depends. 5Q0 reward is offered by the fF.-M
proprie tois or Db. Sacie's Catabbh IIemedi for 'mm
acaseof Catarrh which they cannot cure. It Is fsml
soidbydruggisu; aueeuta. ' . ifm

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