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MARCH 9. 1803.
CLEVELAND INSTALLED A3
INAUGURATED 0 A SNOf SIORM.
Code Sam's rrament Traniferrad
rrem Republican tu Democrat!
Band Wlthbot tha 8llhtet Frio
Uoa Inaugural Address of
President Cleveland Sea
Washington, March 4. GroTer
Cleveland of New York, thrice noml
, Dated for president of the United
States and twice e ected, was to-day,
PBK8IDENT GllOVEB CLEVELAND.
despite a heavy auuw Btorm, success
fully inducted into that high office for
his second term, with all appropriate
ceremonies and the jratherincr of a
The morning opened with a heavy
now, which fell in great, soft flakes,
melting as fast as they fell, but which
driven by the wind, rendered um
, brellas a useless protection. The
troops who were to participate in the
first part of the proceedings as the es
cort of the retiring and elected presi
dents to the capltol presented a wintry
appearance, muflled in their snow
covered overcoats, the guns of the
artillery protected with tarpaulins and
covered with snow.
The concourse in the streets irei
nearly all under umbrellas anc' thi
open stands were shunned while Wi
covered ones were eagerly sought.
Despite the inconveniences, how
ever, the exercises of the day were
carried out just as they had been
planned, and the countless multitudes
Were not deterred by the weather from
witnessing the most impressive of all
There are four great leading fea
tures of inauguration day the closing
of one congress and the opening
' of another, the ride of the retiring
president and the president and vice-president-elect
with their military
escort from the White house to the
capitol to lay down and take up the
reins of power respectively; the
.pageant of the returning procession
and review wf ter the ceremonies of in
auguration are over, and the inaugura
tion ball at night
AT THE WHITE HOUSE.
vice president -fleet to the capftol. At i
11 o'clock a tine f mr-in-han J drew op j
in front of the Arlington to convey !
the president and vice president-elect
to the capitoL Then ensued a touch- i
ing scene. The president-elect had
bowed to the party of oilicial and per
sonal friends gathered about hitn and i
was about to pass through the door-1
way when .Mrs oieveiaim cra
back and with disregard for the assem
bled company threw her arms about
her huslmnd and kissed him several
times, bidding him "Uod speed" on his
way to take the oath of office.
After remaining at the capitol a
quarter of an hour the party drove to
the White house. At 11:30 o'clock a
long roll was sounded in the little park
in front of the White house. It was a
significant signal in the events of this
day, for it marked the organization of
the escort that was to usher out the
old and welcome in the new.
There was a wild huzza from 1,000
throats as the carriage bearing the
president and president-elect came in
sight, preceded by Grand Marshal Mc
Mahon and staff. President-elect
Cleveland and President Harrison both
raised their hats in response to the
popular salute, but the only eifect was
to redouble the enthusiasm of the mul
titudes. Slowly the first brigade of
the escort division in advance of the
presidential party started in measured
tread up the historic Pennsylvania
avenue toward the capitol.
The vice president-elect and the sen
ate committee on arrangements fol
lowed in carriages in the rear of the
president Another wild cheer greet
ed the appearance of Vice President
Elect Stevenson and it was repeated
with vigor and prolonged with enthu
siasm. The members of President
Harrison's cabinet, Major General
Schofield commanding the army and
the senior admiral of the navy fol
lowed in the order named and the
second brigade escort of the brigade
brought up the rear. In this order
the president, president-elect and vice
president-elect were escorted to the
The east doors of the senate wing
were opened at 10 o'clock to those who
were entitled to admission and when
the inausfural party arrived the
president and president-elect entered
the senate wing by tne bronze aoors
in the east ftont, each accompanied by
member of the committee of arrange
ments. Ilia president went directly
to the president's room and the presi-
ent-elect to the vice president's room,
where thev remained until tfcoy en
tered the senate chamber.
Eebilc duty Adams, J-ffcr-na ard CalbouL
i.oorrd its incumivfuy .n r rig th ear jr Uvt
.t the rrpuWlo. ahila Arthur. l-airit M nd
Morton hv at .aler uerid of o hmtorj
hl iu-t.-r ujion the offl a of priti'-nt of tn
riotl august dn.lle-r.it. ve a--ciub y known 10
""i Mume tha dofiosof tba irreat trust eon
tided to ma wttn no leednKof self eonndtnea,
but rathrr with that of rave dixtrust of m
ability natixfiK-torily to meet Its requirements.
I may bo p irdoned (or sayin that It shall bs
my earmjst endeavor to dischsr.o the
important dutlea which lie before me
witii no leas 01 imparwamj uu wuikv
The Itetlrfia President Early Active
The Gathering for the Ceremonies. '
Washington, March 4. The house'
hold and official force at the White
house were up about most of the night
After Fresldent-elect and Mrs. Cleve'
land had said adieu after the dinner,
President Harrison returned to his
desk and contined the examination of
bills sent from the capitol. About
midnight the desk was practically
clear and, there then being nothing to
engage his attention, he said he would
take some rest and retired. Messrs,
Pruden, Tibbett, Montgomery and
Young of the office force remained on
duty until 8 a.m.
There was nothing1 of sufficient im
portance to demand the attention of
the president, but he was awakened
and dressed, however, at 5 o'clock, and
shortly afterwards the whole house'
hold was astir.
The members of the cabinet then
began to assemble to accompany their
chief to the capitol. It was shortly
m - j
IN THE SENATE CHAMBER.
rran ire merits for the tlrent Event The
Ceremonies and Addresses.
Washington. March 4. During the
arly morning the senate chamber had
been arranged for the coming cere-
onies. The large red morocco chairs
stood in front of the clerk's desk for
the use of the president and vice pres-
idi nt-elect. In the galleries wire the
wives of the diplomatic corps and the
old and the new cabinet officers.
Mrs. Cleveland, accompanied by her
mother. Mrs. Perry, and the latter s
husband, came soon after noon and
took scats in the presidential gallery
The wives and daughters and friends
of the other senators and representa'
lives tilled the other galleries.
The first of the distinguished guests
to arrive "was the diplomatic corps.
Tlrey were followed by the supreme
court. The senate stood up to receive
it a it had done in the ease of the dip
lomatic corps and the chief justices in
erV .-. f- r
SECRET ART OF THE TREASURY JOHN O.
CARLISLE OF KE5TCCKT.
of firmness and fidelity. Earnestly invoicing
the co-operntlon, the forbearanoe, mo cnaniy
of eae,h of its members. I now enter upon my
duties as presiding officer of the senate.
As the new vice president closed nis
remarks he directed the secretary ol
the senate to read the proclamation of
the president convening the senate in
Mr. McCook read the proclamation
and then the senators newly elected
or re-elected, were invited by the vice
president to come forward and taite
oath of office. They did so.
The credentials of John Martin as
senator from Kansas were presented
by Mr. Peffer and read. Mr. Martin
was sworn in.
.IIP OPENING IN SIGHT.
' lloasas of Con tress ! the Ia.
Washisoton. March 4. One of the
last acts of the iifty-second congress
was to provide f-r the opening to gen
eral settlement of the Cherokee strip.
This was done in the form of an
amendment to the Indian appropria- j
As passed the bill provides for the
payment of 5J'jr,ooo in casn and tne
88,000,000 remaining in live equal
annual payments, the amounts not
paid to bear four per cent interest A
commission is -to be named to settle
the value of improvements of "intrud
ers." the total not to be over $250,000,
to be paid by the Indians. The presi
dent is to have a year to effect the
opening and is to give thirty day's
notice of his intention to act Strict
provisions are made against "soon
ers," who are to forfeit all rights. The
question of price and payment is
stated as follows: "Each settler on the
lands so to be opened to settlement
aforesaid shall, before receiving a!
patent for his homestead, pay to the j
United States for the land so taken by
him, in addition to the fees provided by
law. the sum of $2.50 per acre for
any land east of ninety-seven
and one half degrees west . long
itude, the sum of $1.50 per acre
for any land between ninety-seven and
one-half detfrees west longitude, and
ninety-eight and one-balf degrees west
longitude, the sum of $1 per acre for
any land west of ninety-eight and one-
half degrees west longitude, and shall
also pay interest upon the amount so
to be paid for said land from the date
of entry to the date of ncal payment
therefor, at ttio rate of four per
centum per annum."
SMITH DEFEATS GODDARD.
200 to 212 FIRST AVE. NORTH,
PROPRIETORS OP THSJ
Kinneapolfc CHICAGO, ILL ST. LOUIS, Ul).
Sheepskin mk1SIKlmtltSt vlKm8t
sorter, of Tannery. HELENA, MONT.
FINE NORTHERN FUBS.
DEALERS AMD EXPORTERS.'
COUNTRY AND PACKER
Green Salted BICES,
Calfskins, D17 Bides,,
Pelts, Furs, Wool,
Tallow, Grease, Deerskins,
Ginsens & Seneca Root.
REFERENCES BY PERMISSION.
SaouaiTT Bahk o Mim., Mimmhus,
Ft. DsMsoa Mst. Bans, Cmiso.
MoMTaaa NariONaL Bum, Hiiim.
Fihst Ntiol Bmi, Gaaar FLt. Mont.
Ftmmr NanoNaL Bank, 8ONAMaFLS).WapH.
Nar. Baaa o Coaiaiaaos. 8r. Louis. Mo,
Liberal Advances Made on Shipments against
Original Bill of Lading.
Shipments Solicited. Writ for Circulars.
Shippers from this State Correspond with and Con
sign to Minneapolis House.
IMPORTER AND BREEDER OP
Perclieron and tah Draft Horses.
Chief Justice Fuller
presslTe Ceremony Notables Preseut.
Washington, March 4. As soon as
tha Benato had completed Us
work usual on inauguration day,
the members and all others present
arose, after Chief Clerk Johnson had
announced the order of the procession,
and all moved to the east portico of
the capitol in the following? order:
The marshal of the District of Columbia and
the marshal of the supreme court
The ex-vice president.
The supreme court.
The scrKeiint-at-arms of the sonata.
The committee on arrangements.
The president ami prpsident-eitu't.
The vice president and the secrctarr ' T .lie
Members of the senate.
Diplomatic corps. ,
Heads of departments.
The major neural of the army commanding.
The admiral of the navy and the officers of
the nrmv and navy, who ny name have re
ceived the thanks of conpress.
Members of the house of representatives and
Governors of the states.
Kz-membcrs of the senate of the United
Officers of the senate and house of. repre
All durinff the morning; Arcnuect
Clark of the capitol had a lorce
of workmen astir keeping the
inauguration platform clear of snow.
Every one Registered and a Guaranteed Breeder.
Worn Out Stallions, no Culls.
The Denver Man Wins in the Eighteenth
New Orleans, La., March 4. Joe
Ooddard, the "Uarrier Giant," and Ed
Smith, the Denver pugilist, met last
night in the arena of the Olympic club
for a purse of $10,000, the loser to take
barely enough from the purse to de
fray his training expenses. Smith
won tho fight after eight lioily
i.i. inth.n thn inxost vhn oualitv is considered. AH select animals
X a lUto a" v vuuu -v - f ,
to mnke a choice from. Come and be convinced tht 1 mean buswess. Long time,
small profits and good horses may be expected.
IMPORTER AND BREEDER.
DEATH IN A TOHNvoO.
Thirteen Teople I'robably Killed ttnd Vast
Damage Done in Mississippi.
Birmingham, Ala., March 4. Mea
ger reports reach here of a destructive
tornado in East Mississippi and West
ern Alabama last night. Many houses
were destroyed near Marion, Meridian
and Corinth, Miss., and thirteen lives
were known to have been lost. Cars
were blown from the tracks.
100 BLACK 100
ai unrAo niiinrA
Illr.Nrt, Ail ntd.
8ECRKTAUY OF STATE WALTKK V- UK1SSH-
AM OF ILLINOIS.
their black silk judicial robes and ac
comnanied by tne marshal and other
TICK rBESIDHXT ADLAI F.. 8TEVEN805.
, ' after 11 o'clock when President-elect
Cleveland and Vice rresident-elect
Stevenson, accoinpanie 1 by the senate
tsommittee on arrangements, entered
the executive mansion. They were
received by President Harrison in the
blue room. Five minutes later the
president and his successor reappeared
and, entering an open carriage, the
narch of the procession to the capitol
Mr. and Mrs. McKee remained at
the White house to receive the presi
dent and Mrs. Cleveland upon their
return from the capitoL
MBS. CLEVELAND'S KISS.
ffe president-Klect Given a Most IUeas
ant God Speed on His Way.
'Washington, March 4. The mem
ters of the presidential party had
risen unusually early and begun
5 reparation for the day's work.
'he senate committee on arrange
ments put in an appearance and
were immediately shown to Mr. Cleve
land's apartments. Vice President
sleet Stevenson also rose early and af
ter breakfast held a reception which
l?aa abruptly ended by the arrival of
Senator MePherson of the senate com-
talttee on arrangements to escort tlie
officials entered and took their seats
The members of tho house then came
in informally and unannounced.
On entering the senate wing about
noon Mr. Harrison walked unattenilea
to tho president's room, where he
found an abundance of work to keep
him busy. In fact, it was of such an
amount that three times aid it, oecome
necessary for venerable Captain lias
sett to turn back tho hands of the
clock. In the meantime Mr. Cleveland
and Mr. Stevenson had been ushered
into the private room of Mr. Morton,
where a buffet lunch was served.
From here the president and president
elect and inauguration committees
TvwpeHcvl to the senate chamber.
At this time the general spectacle
was magnificent. The galleries were
filled with elesrantlv dressed ladies,
with a few gentlemen scattered among
them. The senators from lorty-iour
states were all in their places.
When the senate clock indicated
11:50, but when the actual time was
12:50, the vice president-elect was an
nounced, and Mr. Stevenson, escorted
by Senator MePherson, took his chair
to the right of Vice President Morton.
Immediately afterwards the presi
dent of the United States and his cab
inet were announced and President
Hnrrison and the members of his cab
inet entered the chamber. Mr. Har
rison was escorted to one of the chairs
standing in front of the clerk's desk.
Then the president-elect was an
nounced and Mr. Cleveland, escorted
Senator Ransom, took the cnair
next to Mr. Harrison. His entrance to
the chamber was greeted wim ap
President Morton then
delivered a brief farewell address and
administered the oath to his successor.
The special session of the Fifty
third congress was then formally
opened with prayer by Chaplain But
ler, after which Vice-President Steven
ion arose and addressed the senate,
rwnlv lmnressed with a sense of
its responsibilities and of its dignities. I now
enter upon the discharge of the duties of the
uiffh office to whica I have boen called. I am
..minrif,ii nf the foot that the
.Mn.ni nf this chair durinu the 104
mr constitutional history
l,. hosn KtAtiwmen eminent alike
tor their ta ent and their Uroloas aavotioa W
SECRETARY OF THE NAVT HILARY A.
IIERKKRT OF ALABAMA. ,
At the front of the stand an enclosure
about twenty feet square had been
created by the erection of a low rail
ing covered with flags for the accom
modation of the president and president-elect,
the chief justice of the su
preme court, whose duty it is to swear
in the new president, and a few other
persons of othcial or social prominence
during the performance of the cere
Thousands of people had gathered
about the entrance to the capitol and
the stand and when the distinguished
party appeared mighty cheers arose.
Alter a lew ceremonies umi.h iu mo
day had been completed, Chief Justice
Fuller, holding in his hand tne iwoie
on which Mr. Cleveland was sworn in
eight years ago.administerted the oath
in tho usual form and Mr. Cleveland
kissed the book reverently and was
declared president of the United States.
Senators Whose Terms Have Closed.
Washington, March 4. The sena
tors whose terms have expired to-day
are: Nelson W. Aldrich, Rhode Island;
John 1?. Allen, Washington; William
It. Eatc, '.Tennessee; Kufus Ulodgett,
New Jersey; Lyman K. Casey, North
Dakota; Francis M. Cockrell, Missouri;
John W. Daniel, Virginia; Cushman K.
Davis, "Minnesota; Henry L Dawes,
Massachusetts; Redfield Proctor, Ver
mont; Charles J. Faulkner, West
Virginia; James Z. George, Mississippi;
Arthur P. Gorman, Maryland; George
Gray, Delaware; Eugene Hale. Maine;
Joseph It. Hawley, Connecticut;
Charles N. Felton, California; Frank
Iliscock, New York; Algernon S. Pad
dock, Nebraska; Samuel Pasco,
Florida; Matthew S. Quay, Pennsylva
nia; Roger Q. Mills, Texas; Wilbur F.
Sanders, Montana; Philetus Sawyer,
Wisconsin: John Sherman, Ohio;
William M. Stewart, Nevada; Francis
B. Stockbridge, Michigan; David Tur
pie, Indiana, and Bishop Perkins,
Mr. Carter Will Not lie Senator.
IIklkna, Mont., March 4. Governor
Rickards has appointed Lee Mantle of
V.nttf. at I'nitod States senator to sue
ceed V?. V. Sanders. Mr. Mantle
started at once for Washington.
"In It" at tte great SI
. Lo..s lair, and
!91 and 1893. they
Kansas ana neorasaa mate
lams' norises were 1
Were Wippcrs of t4i Prizes-
lams' World's Fair Horses are Out of Sight."
lams' is Z only Importer In S.bnu. that ""PllVSL" li2?
importer of Clydes and Shiresin 1893. They arrived gep. -92 All Blacks and Bays.
Grey Horses $300 Less thap Blacks,
. to shew tou the largest collection of first-clscs BIG FLASHY
DkAFT ChUtNS of the wKeed. of .he Pest Individual Merit nd igoyal
l?WALi tRvoara nlrtifimi to 2(10 weight and at A LL1ANCE 1 KK tS AND IhKMS, or
ehr'thg! m to see them, lams pays the freight.
rrrpms. 1. 2 and 3Yars TlTne at 6 per cent Interest.
I P - l . .. . , . , . r.-.j
AA 8 WED by buying of Hail. Vie does not want the earth .ft
TO LOIN ON FillS
EiSTER NEBRASKA AT 6 PER CENT.
interest and a very small commission. Pnvilige given borrower
to pay in installments and stop interest. Money always on hand.
Write or call on us. STULL BROS.,
UTH AND N Stb., LINGOLX, NEBRASKA.
THE PUBLIC DEBT.
The National Trt.iti.ury as Cleveland and
Ilarrisou l.clt It.
Washington, March 4. A compari
son of the condition of the public debt
and of the national treasury on the
1st of March, 1880, at the close of the
Cleveland administration, and on the
1st of March, I8i)3, at the close of tho
Harrison administration based upon
the form of the monthly statement is
sued at present makes the following
Interest-bearing debt, March 1,
Mroh 1, 1WO
Debt on which interest has ceased
sinco maturing, M:rch l,isw...
March 1, lW
Dobt hearing no interest octal
tenders, fractional currency,
etc. ) March 1. 1WG
March 1, 19 :
t THE MARKETS.
Kansas City, Mo., March 4 Car lots of
wheat were in fair demand to-day. The offer
ings were not l.ire. Tho advance made yes
terday on No. 3 hard whe.it was taken off to
day, otherwise tho market was unchanged in
every respect. Soit wheat was scarce and
Prices were auotcd as follows: No. S hard
wheat, 53&53VjC; No Shardwhe.it, 56!i(557V4o;
No. 4 hard wheat. byQmiy, rejected nara wneai
ni)hia: No. 2 red wheat, 6KBflc; No. 3 red
wheat. 61ftr.63c: No. 4 red wheat, 56a59o.
Cork Was in fair demand. Shippers paid
fuiiv ns much aa vcsterd.vv but local corn waa
(&c lower and It saM slowly.
DATS Sold Hlowlv. Lie mjrKBl WIM woam.
Rye-Whs Arm: No. 2 sold at 52!ic river; no. 3
it 50c: No. 4 r.omiaillv at 48c r LAXSBBD
Firm: tl.USaai.tA accord na to Dining on
ihi.hMinf mire: small lots 2c less. Bran
Ktrm WSi(5c. according to billin?. luu 10 sacKS.
Hay iioccipts 17 cars, tn.irSfet ttrmer. Qaota-
tions are: Timothy, choice 99M: good,
139 clover mixed, HO 7 per ten; fancy
nr.aiHe. $8: irool to choice, common.
Chicago Hoard of Trade.
Chicago, March t The following tabla
hnws tha ranee of prices for active futures
on tho 1.0 ird of trade to-day :
j. G. PEPPARD, 1400-1402 UNION AV
Red, White, Alfalfa and Alsike Clovers,
n'l.n.h liinunrasi Orchard Grass. Red
Top, Onion Sets, Tree Seeds, Cane Seed. I
3 KANSAS CITY, MO.1
WYATT-BDLLARD LUMBER CO., Omaha, Heb.
JOHN B. WRIGHT, Pres. T. E. SANDERS, V. Pres. J. H. M'CLAY, Cashier
-T H E-
Columbia National Bank
OF LINCOLiN. NEBRASKA.
' " " -
875.91 2.1R7 37
601 .8-S846 00
Total, March 1, 1893
Total. March 1. ISO
Certificates and treasury notes
offset by an equal amount of
cash in tha treasury, March
March 1, 1S89
Total, March 1, 193 $1,B.110.09S.(B
nv,,o fa.r,..h 1 1XH9 1.726.154.367.38
Cash In treasury, Marsh 1, 1893. . 764 322,2e i
March 1, 1SW ia,w,aw.
Demand liabilities (inludinst
100.00J,O.W greenback sold re-
serve), March 1, 18,-3 J40.191 . 7P.90
March 1.1K89 65J, 669,11703
Cash balance or surplus, March
1 iaol 24 1087SS
March i,'ii9-.. 27,997,428.53
The coin and bullion in the treasury
at the two dates, aside from the minor
coin, Tvere as follows:
Gold, March 1, 1893.
March 1. 189 SI
Silver, March 1, 1893
March 1, 1889 228,992,565.29
Senator Martin Swora la.
"Washingtox, March 4. Senator
Martin, Democrat, of Kansas was
sworn in as a member of the senate
a Ei us
July 1 12 20
t Mar Mat
Lo st i
7i 74 71H
T.h n TiYt
76 76 75
41 41 40
43 4M4 434
WH4 308 30 V
S2. !3 82 H.
18 92118 77i 18 82'i!
18 9i IIS 85 '18 8o
18 WVi'lS W'ijlS 87Vi, 18 87V4;18 9"2!i
13 121! i:i 12 'i!lSU -M 12', 13 ia
12 2U l i 13 13 13 I S S3
niLTS CnLORIDE OF GOT.DTBbleM
will completely destroy the desire forTobacco
In any lorm in from 3 to 5 days. Perfectly
hnmilcn, cause no sickness, and may be
given in a cup of tea or coffee, without the
knowledge of the patient.who will voluntarily
stop Smoking or Chewing In a few days.
rinai drim irixt. or sent bv mall on re
ceipt of 81.00. Asa for HILL'S Tablets, ana taKenooinera.
A'arttmilftm freel THE OHIO CHEMICAL 11.,
by mail. Address 5t, 53, and 55 Opera Block, Ll.MA, O.
For Hale by all first
12 97111 97!i
10 IJ't 10 80
Receipts at Chtoasro Wheat 200 carj; cora
226 cari oats 110 cars.
Estimated receipts Monday Wheat, 165
cars: corn, 151 cars; oats, 130 cars: hogs, 18,000
KANSAS CITVUVK STOCK.
Kansas Cirr, Mj., March 4. Cattle Re
ceipts. 2. 96 calves. 30: shipped yetaterday,
96 .. The market was active and strong to lOo
Dressed beef and shipping steers, ll5 5.
Texas steers, 12 22 70; cows and heifers. f2
4; Jstockers and feeders, t3.804 50; mixed,
Hogs Receipts, 4,487; no shipments. The
market wai active and 5s hi her Prices
ranged from M 10 to M 05 according to quality
Sheep Receipts, 1,305; no shipments. The
market was unchanged. The following are
No. Wt. Price. No. Wt. Price.
tOlmut ; 85 4 65 17mut.... 68 00
General Passenger Agent,
A. C. ZIEMER,
City Passenger Agent,
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