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THE GREAT BAY.
obration of tho Waphlngton
Contcnuial at Now York.
Ir-ai f'roxtil :inI .tl:i;i!ilii-erit Street
.iX-tiit I'ri-sitlriit Harrison's Alilr-a
srtl-'s at M. Paul's Cluirtli
1 hi' lilil Miis in I.inr.
2Hv Vnuir. Hay 1. The moment tho
I'lit.-miinl i'itcUcs at tlie suli-trefisiirr
1c.;hji 3'e.TiIay tlm military pnrriile
-tai tt'il u lliouilway from I'iiie street on
:. ti :iittiihil march with General Selio
i'fUl cniTiianiljn. ho parnilo was In
tlirye ilivi-ions. tho first consisting of reg
ular ti oops. owlets and a naval corps.
The pararlc was led by Mnjor-Oeiier.il
J. M JSchoIieM, accompanied by his stuff
and corps of aid-s. The right of tho line
.V.I-. given to tho 1Vt I'oint cailets, 400
strong, who wire followed by the u-gulitr-i
under Majoi-lieiicrnl Howard, and tlise
cuistituteil tho lirst division. 1 he second
division consisted of Stnto militia. Thoy
marched in the, order of admission of
States to the Union, as follow-,:
Delaware TTr) men. Coventor Ilcnjamln T.
IllrjJi foiiiinamlltiK and stall; Kirat regiment,
'lii' I ;-in;e W. Marshall
! arisylvutilu Sj nin. GoiX'rnur Jatnrs A.
Ileaier timinaiilltjg and ta(T: s-contl hricaile,
llripadier-Ceni ra. John A. Wiley, Iliird t.rl
raile, llrUMclier-Oiieral John II. S. GuIjIh; the
St.itv tenrllnet, MJor Ch'ir.
New Jersey TOi men. (.totcrnor Itoucrl S.
Gt en cjiiiiianliii;aiiil staff.
I'orgla Vi men, Gorrnior John IJ. Gordon
c-uiiiininiiliiii: and Matt, the iiitlltU" tew;; the
lovernor's jwrmnal Ktiartl only.
f"on:i"-tlcut 1 0 men, Governor Morgan O.
Ilulkley lori.maixlhi anil staff: Kurth regi
iii'nt. "o!oneI Thomas I, Watson.
M.itiahusctts l.l, men Guit-rnor Oilier
Ames commu.idiii, start and honorary staff,
'.'ot rnor's -s(-ort. 5'irst corjis cult-Is, M. V M ,
1. "uteiMiit foW.ni 1 Thorna I Kdmonds; s3;c
rmd cnrpx-rfitets, M V JI , Lieutenant Colonel
J I'r.mk Dillon, th" Ancient and lluir.i!!':
ArUlIert ni:.ii'. of Mass.i lius.-its, harlered
in I'V-'. Ji men. Cn)t.iin Lieutenant Ilnirv i?
Smith: ruin retrum :il InLitiirt, Second tin
.t.t-, M. V. :!.. O.Ionel William a. Itaiicroft.
M-to'-O'd Tilli iw ii Governor II K. J.i:lsoti
r-MimiHitdiii. ml 'l.fT
South CiMim.. a.i men. Guvrnor John V
K cu .nlsun t'oiuisiintliMt; un.I stall. 11k; Cot or-Tio.-
cuanl of ""1113. lit... (.i;taiu WiliUm
If .ti-'.is: tii"- Vas!ntii;!in llrht Infantry of
i ..ir'-stN, euslti;ui- A tin- Unlaw lias,
jjitiu K. t" Gilehnsl: thu Kulier gtriri.s,
I "rft mi V. Ill1l-Jt
sf-iv llaciilitre l.oil m i.Goit rnorC'hnrles
II isner t'ottiii'.iiidiii ana t.i..ll. Hie tntir
N tjoln.l .'UKut of th' Stale. !ni nritiient,
f..2nj"I ;. orre M I.lne; Second ri'iritnenl,
"orfit.ej :jlinlce I. 'iip. Tlur.t rei'iineiit.
uitil J N IVSei .ii. V)i!i;iiny A. cat airy,
i .t;i:iii : II. hnolh: Pirst liattery, artil
! i. "ajia n S.ii:i'iel S I'ljier.
Viri'it.u V) ir. n. G'ltcrror Kitrhngli I.ee
r tum:.iMtniK a:id -I a!', sep.ira'.c (nii.iiiic
'.'- Vorl; 1 A"1' men. Governor IMvid Hen
! tt Hill, omimaieter in rh;ef: Major General
.'.(.ih I'orier, adjnijnt-eji. r.il. Ilriiradler
.. tenv" CliaiJe I i:tihitis Kcuer.il liis;M'ctor
.I uJe pnirtKc: I'riguiher G'Mk nil Ju'ph l.
Ilrtaut. sint'eni.eniei.d; Ilrig.idli r-Gennil
i.e.trtv ?. I'll Id. clue" iifeiiciiieers: IJrujivller
(.eaerjl Jo-liiia M. Varisa, chief of oiihunce.
It.i.'iulierGeiii nil II. Sliafer. Inspector K'""-
ril. ItriiMilier General lJ.ilpti llr:;nilretli. i-oiu-m.-sarj
pent-nil uf uli-l'.teiue ; l!rlp.u!lcr-G-
iioral Walter Stol;i p.iinaster-grihr:il.
IlnirailicrGener.il Iiflonl A. II. H.rtlelL, jinle
a in c.iti general; itrigadier llenend I'erdl
namt I Karle. chief of aitulerv. Colonel IM
mum! 1. Jiiilsim. second militaiT secretary;
lUilonels Huth Hniiohiie. Ailn-rl It Hilton.
Gcor'.- II .MeCI.-II.iu, William 1 Lansing and
Mtirctis 11 (Ins II. aides de c.inip First liri
p.id. Hrtg.nlie, G.m-rd I.tuits ril7.'eral.I com
m.inilitii; .mil stafi S-i ond lirigjile, James Jlc
I.' i r. Hroi.Ultn. coiiiinatiilme;. Third liripude.
I'liKixlier Geueial Amas.i J. l'.irki r. Jr.. Al
Irni' . couiui.iuiltnjr. Fourth hrig.ul'-. Itnadh'r-i;.-n-r.i!
Teler . leyl-. Hiirf.do. tomni.iiitllug
North I'.irolma I.Vi men. Governor Daniel C.
IViti -r t-otniii.iuilliig and st.i:T
Ikliiwle l-I.iuii lo men Governor Koyal C
T.:'l coiiiit).i'iiiiii .mil staff
Vermont TTt mi n. G'.ncnior Willl-itn l. IH1-liiii-liiuii
(-.uimat.i!iiig and sta'f. I'irst reelment.
t K". 1 .1. i;-te. I'ir-t - -.ir.ti ouiii.iti. I'.ip
t.i 'i tl'iu.l-i'iiimor. S'-c uiii-eji ir.ito c m
p.i-.v. I'.inltiin A K. Crown I-'nller's. light h.U
l.rv. li-e-.-.-i ("..Ion. I I.eti IC. Fuller.
Centackt .? nn-tv. Goi.-rnor Simon 15 Muek-n-r
ci.a.UMiudiug and M uf the Ioiii-tille
I -.Ahi tFitst nvimenti. Colonel John II Ciple
OSk. I, 0 im ii. Governor Joseph it ForuUer
i-ouiuiii.tinu:)ii st..fj Fir-t regiment iuf.iutrv.
i - ciuwaTi t'o'iuel i'. eilerii 1. .V. M.x.re; Firt
tn "p t o..v ill-,. Oh vc'und. Captain George A.
i. net-oti, iimlothtrtus.ps.
Mi-Kciii-1 il men. Govornor Francis im
ii" um! iir and staff; Third ic-iim-nt. Colonel
M-i.tre. Irsj fffitiicttt. '.ir!li:M;e ligUt guanls
-tiisiu Jim no-:.. Goierno- Fnucis T
. cIhi'.s i oi inmudltnr and M.itf
MssiMppi ' m-n Got urner Koli-rt Lonry
ctMitliinnilmr au.l ctalf.
.5H-h.n:i in' men. Gutoriior C. G. I-uce
comiiiddtug and stjf.
District tit Columlna -Jiitm's, Oo'etnlsslom r
"'iic!i: C. Iltiiiit ri-innutiding and stan;
Ws m-.-to-j hlil .fan:ry and -jght s-p irate
io:i 'a'joo men. Governor Fr.'ncis I. FIcui
lnir i-ouiiui.iiihng atal l.nt.
West Virginia 5 i ni-n. ;oternor J. B.
Javn4n io:mu.i!i.'.iii ; and stag.
A p.nc.' was also giv e:i in this division
tti H .Vtuzior Seat. 'f Alnhatin; (uivitiiw
J.ime-i 1'. Kuge! of At k.iiisa; Gov et nor
I N. Cooper of t'ol-irnd.'; Governor J. ".
J-' fer. of Illinois; Governor Hovey. cf
ludmiin; Governor lin.ilH-e, of Iovtu;
(lovt'iitor llurli-v, of Jlniiie; Governor
Meriiaiti, d .Miti'H'siil.i; Governor 1'rnn--is-.
of Mi-soun: ( teiiiitr Tna er, of Xe-lu-.iska;
Gov oi nor IV-unover. of Oregon,
and G iveinor Hoard, of Wisconsin.
The third division. G A. U-. nud Loynl
L-iou. mari-liei! this tvav; Coiiiiuandei-lii-Clitef
William Warner nnd st.-.iv. J.p.
titv Ooii'inr.ii.lor-iii-C'h of li.tiriu Ciark
in a en: rage; e-coit of tv delegates
ir on each jio-t in toe State. 1 .WJ men:
Gland Mai-lisl OoMutii 1. Walton, with
si.'iiV of I i":v; Adjntinit-Genetal I'nptain
1! 1- Goodnch. Assistmir Adjnlant-Gen-cral
Jidui T. Sv mes. tho l.oyul I. -gio:: 'J."0,
torit -:ive rev Yoi iz Cit v posts. IKH) men;
Itroo'slyn posts. Ma.:ial Henry W.
Knight, -5 t'Oil men. and fifteen posts out
Mde thesi? cities. 1.00 m-n.
At tlie Mili-Treasiirv luiilding Hon.
Chauncy M. DelVvt, or.ilor of the day,
de.'iveied nn eloquent trihutc to the mem
oiy l Washmgion.
The crowd that lined the streets nnd
tilled windows an.! housetops were un
piecedctited even for New York. The
march was simply au ovation along the
Tlie rreIileiita Aldr.
New Yokk, May 1 The Metropolitan
Opera House was the ctne of the second
chief event of the centennial celebration
yesterday and three of the greatest ban
quets possibly ever held vt ithin tho recol
lection of man. After speeches by ex
1'resident Cleveland and Chief Justice
Fuller, President Harrison spoke to "The
Uuited States of America" as follows:
Mr. I'resiJent ami Fellow Citizens: I should
lie "unjust to mtself. and what t more serious,
I should leun;usi to you, if I did not at this
first and last opportunity express to jou the
deep ense of the obligation and thankfulness
which 1 feel for the many persona! aLd official
courtesies wlncli have It-en extended to tae
ksince I came to take part in this celebration.
JApplaue Tee ofScial representatives of the
ate of New- ork and of this great city hat e
t-nded to me w :;h the most courteous kind-
"VXes. OIulllHiK uo uui'iiiii'u wiiifc irvuiu lauKC
iuy stay amon you pleasant and gratifying.
From you and at the hands of those who have
thronged the street of the city to-day I have
reccited the most cordial expressions of goo"
will. 1 would not, however, hate you under
stand that these loud acclaims hat c l-ccn in
any sense appropriated as personal tributes to
myself. I have realised that there was that In
this occasion and in all these interesting inci
dents which has made it (o profoundly impres
sive to my mind which was ubove and greater
than any living man. Applause. I have real
ized that that tribute of cordial Interest which
you have manifested was rendered to that great
office which by the favor of a greater people I
now exercise than to me. AppUuse
The occasion and all of its lnriJentS "'rill
memorable, not only in the nisa
but In the history of our country. New York
did not succeed In retaining the scat of Natlona"
Government, though she made liberal provl
sions for the nsSerooiing of the First Congress
in the expectation that the Congress might find
its permanent ho-.r.c here. Hut tnouph you loit
that which j-ou coveted, I think the repre-ent-atives
here of all the States will agree that it
was fortun-ite that tne nri inauguration oi
Wa-hbigtoii tf)k place in tne State and
tlie City of .Wvr York, for trliere in our countrj
could the centennial of the event have been sf
worthily celebrated as hereJ What keaboar
offered so magniUcant a hay on which to display
our merchant and naval inarlue! What city
offered thoroughfares so magnificent, or a peo
ple so great or so generous as New York has
Ioureil out to-day to celebrate that events
I have receitcd at the hands of the committee
who have been charged with the details, oner
ous, exacting and too often unthankful, of this
demonstration, cvider.ee of their confidence
in my physical endurance, 1 Laughter I
must aUo acknowledge still one other ohliga
t'on. The committee hating in charge the ex
ercises of this vent have alo giten tne an
other evidence: of their confidence, which has
been accompanied with some embarras-ment.
As I have noticed the progress of this banquet
it seemed to me that each of these speakers
had iH-eii made acquainted with his theme te
forr he t.ok his scat at the banquet and that I
alone wa left to raukc aciuaintance with aiy
theme when I sat down at the taole. J pre
ferred to substitute for thu official title, which
is upon the programme, that familiar and llre
sidc expressio.-i '"Our Co.intry."
I congratulate you to-day as one of tho In
structive and Interesting features of this occa
sion that these great thoroughfares, dedicated
to trade, have closed their doors and covered
up the inslgnias of commerce, that your great
exchanges of commerce have closed and your
citizens given thcmsclies up to the observance
of the celt brat ion in which we an: partlcipat
ing. I tielietc that patriotism has l-en Inten
ltled in nuny hearts by what we have wit
nessed to-day ; I b-Ilevc that patriotism has been
placed into thu higher and holier lame in many
hearts.The bunting with which jou have covered
your walls, these patriotic Inscriptions must go
down and the wage and trade be resumed again.
Here may I not ask you to carry those Inscrip
tions that now hang on the walls into your
homes, into the schools of jour city. Into all
j our great institutions institutions where chil
dren are fathered and leach them that the ejo
of the young and the old should look upon that
flag as one of the familiar glories of every
American. Hate we not learned that no stock-,
and bonds nor laud Is our country? It is a spir
itual thought thalis in our minds, -it it thetla;
and what it stands for It Is the fireside, and
the home. It is the thoughts that are In our
hearts born of the inspiration which come
with the story or the Hag of martyrs to liberty.
It is the graveyard into which a common
country has gathered the nnronsriniis deeds of
those who died that the thing might live which
we love and call our country rather tha-i any
thing tliate.iii be touched or seen.
Let me add u thought due to our country's
future. IVrhups never have we been so well
quipped tor war upon land a now, and wo
hate neter seen, the time when our people tvero
more smitten with the love of jieu-.-e. To ele
vate the tut nils of our people, to hold up thu
law as that sacied thing which, like the
ark or God of old, may not be touched by irrev
erent hands but frowns upon any attempt to
dotmin its supremacy, to unite our iieoplo
in all that makes home comfortable, as well its
to giteotir energies in the direction of inateri il
advancement this service may wo rentier ami
out of this great demonstration let us draw les
sons to inspire us to consecrate ourselves aucff
to the law and service of our country.
At M. rani's Church.
Xkw YouK.Muy L At SlI'uuI'r Church
the centennial extrcisos yesteiday tteio
conducted by lit. Iter. Henry C Totter,
I). I)., LL P., Ilishop of Now York, is tho
services on the day of Washington's in
auguration tvero conducted by tho Ilishop
of New Ymlc, lit, Hov. Kntiiuol I'rovoost.
At eigiit o'clock the Committee on States
tMciiitftl tho President trout the Fifth
Avenue Hotel, accompanied by tho Chief
Justice nnd uiemberH of the Cabinet, and
under nn escort of police proceeded to
Vu e-1'resident Morton's residence. The
Vici-I'tesideut entered I'iesitliit Hurri
"ini's carriage mid the procession moved
down to St. 1'nul's, At the. Yesey street
gate the party was met by the committeo
if the vestry of Trinity Chuich nnd the
President tns conducted to tho Washing
ton pew. Tlie edilioe tv.-is tilled with the
wealthiest nut! most prominent people in
The following was th'i orderof exercise
in the chinch: First, p oeessioiial liviuti;
sicond, "Our Father, etc; third, Pnltn
Ixxxvi.; fourth, lirst lesson. Kt-elesut-ites
xht.; Ilfth. To Uctim; sixth, se ond les
son. St. John v'ui.; seventh, heiieillcto;
eighth, creed nnd prayers; ninth, address
bv lit. Kev. Henry C. Potter. Ilisliup of
New York; tenth, recessional hymn.
.Mlllllt ;-t Ksritfil
Nkw Youk May 1. A number of mi'Stin
moil from I'lttsburgh. who were siftht
e'ing ilondav moriiiiig, were a tt ranted,
us they ttero going alon; Wtirth stroe, by
alnio ltntish Hug; lloatiug fioni a s'iop
window above an American flag of sm ul-
est dimensions. "Let's take it dow i or j
tu-iko 'in do it," said oin Thoy then
commenced to cali to the people in
tho luuiie. Soon h crowd was collected
mill thev yelled nnd iiooted at th
Luglish ftng n tld ilemnlided that it
be taken down. Ih" setgeant tit cotnmtud
of tho soldi! s icquested the piopnetor to
remove the j ig, or at least to place it be
low the stirs and stripes. This tho pio
prietor seemed willing to do. when h avv
l lie- Il ig ttn obnox ous to his netglilnjr-i,
tint his wife reliiscd to nllow tlieni to
touch the llig. The soldiers then diow their
knives and soon had thu obnoxious ra
on the gi ootid without the slightest tesist
mice being oilVie.l. When the Hag came
tlovvti the crowd cheeied. Further down
the street was another Hritiih Hag above
nn American flag, placed there by a firm
w ho tv r Kugltsh people. As soon us the
oldii'i s riMjtiosted that Hag to 1-e taken
down, they couip.io i h r.icetnlit. Amem
1 e- o' the tirm stn'c.l that they Hung toe
Hag to tlie bieeie simply a n deeorntion,
and lutd uo idea ltwoitl-1 hi oiVousivc to
any one. As the sel Iters passul on to-wai-iU
llroatiwav and liappi'ar.'d fnm
sight thev were round! v clieered.
l'.inte :vt Cliirugn.
CillCARO May L After the close of the
centennial fireworks display on the l.iku
front last night a rush was made to get
out of the pni k. when a terrible crush re
sulted. Many women fainted and many
were injured. Several were taken to the
hospital, but the extent of their injuries
could not be learned. During the excite
ment a horse which became unmanage
able was shot by a policeman, and this
intensified the panic. For almost an
hour the masses swayed back and forth.
seeming unable to get away. At Lincoln
park a burning rocket fell into the crowd
nnd many persons' clothing caught flra
Three w ere suriously t nrned, one probably
fatally. The burning of the Windsor
Theater a short distance from Lincoln
park created almost a panic in that vicin
ity, and the police and patrol wagons
were kept busy.
Morui In Trias.
1oxhav, Tex., May L A terrific wind
nnd hail storm passed over the northern
part of this county Monday night, cover
ing a territory of about twenty-live square
miles. Every vestige of growing cotton and
corn ttas totally destroyed, entailing a
!osof thousands of dollar. Many farmer
were ia town yesterday buying seed for
planting. No lives are reported lest, bat
tht damage to crops fences and fruit trees
exceeds that caused by any storm within
the past ten years. The storm carae from
a northwest direction and was most severe
where it first struck the couuty, gradually
spreading out and losing strength as tt
It is stated upon good authority that a
number of the co-partners of John Walter
in the ownership of the London Times in
tend to bring suit ia the chancery court to
compel that gentleman to bear tk ex
penses cf the Times ia Its case agaiast ta
rarneilites before Justice Hianeu's com
uiUstoa oat of tut wa parses! fwtau
THE CLOSING SCENES.
Tit Ontciinlnl Celebration CIo-d With
Cintnd CHic: l'arade Tliousiid el
Adopted Citizen In Line.
Mew York. May 2. The crowd at Union
h'quaro yesterday was. if
greater than that of the lav
, pector Steers ami his 3j0 policemen hud
all they could do to tep the :mmene
throng in order. The stands, every win
dow facing the square, the roofs of tlie
surrounding buildings and th sidewalks
were packed with humanity. The streets
on me rourtn avenue mue oi ine square
from .fourteenth to ."seventeenth streets
were free to women and children. Long
bofore it was time for the parade to start
they wero crowded. Many of the people
catue us enrly ns three or four o'clock I n
order to secure seats. At nine o'clocg it
J was impossible to get from one part of
the square to another and when once one
got into the crowd there be had to stay.
President Harrison in his barouche,
drawn by five horses and headed by a
squatl of mounted police, accompanied by
Vice-President Morton, Colouel Cruger
and Lieutenant Jutlson. U. S. A., drove up
to tho Mndison square reviewing stand at
10:3d. Ex-Presidents Hayes ami Cleve
land. Secretaries Proctor, Tracy, Windom
nud Husk, General Sherman antl Hussell
B. Harrison had previously arrived.
Others on the stand were General Ilur
ltigh, of Maine, and staff, Brigadier-General
II. M. Hprague Brigadier-General
Joon Harper, Fred Douglas, who received
a cheer as he entered the stand, a"d Sen
ator Gibson, of Maryland.
The first tableau.' "The Declaration of
Independence" was intended to represent
the reading of the Declaration of Inde
pendence by John Nixon in the State
house yard, Puiladelphia, July . 1776.
This float was surrounded by an escort
of 100 members of the Society of Veterans
of the Begtilnr Army and Navy.
The next float represented "Washington
and his Generals mounted." Washington,
as Commander-in-Chief, occupies the cen
ter of tlie line, with Major-Geneiais Ward
Putnam, Phillip. Schuyler and Chnrles
Lee on oither .stile. Closely following are
the nine Brigadier-Generals, the number
nppohitcd by tho Continental Congress at
Philnd-Iphiu in 177.; also Mniquis Do
LnFayette. Baron Steuben, Inspector
Genernl Count ltochambeau nnd others.
This tableau is guarded us a special e-cort
by Wir battalion, school No. 10, Itiook
lyn. Major F. II. Nichols commanding.
Following this tnt.ienu enmo tho float
representing "Washington Crosing the
Delaware," with its guar i of several hun
dred oidets in uniform.
Then mime :; .'i00 school children escort
ing a tableau of "Washington at Valley
Forge, Wiiit. r of 1777 ami 177- " It repre
sents the winter q-iartors at Vnlloy Forge
nnd the meeting of General Washington
with Baton Steuben and the wounded
Tho Exempt Firemen's Association to
the number of 10 ), enme next and after
them the Tammany H.ill braves under the
chieftainship of General John Cochrane.
Several temperance societies nnd lodges
of Knights of Pythias preceded the float,
"The Kesignation of the Commission,"
and tho Youkers cadet corps escorted
"Tho First Inauguration." Between the
Washington continentals and 1.000 Sons of
Veterans wns the elnbointe tableaux "The
Htuto of Virginia,' representing a ship of
tho sixteei.th century, with adventurers
in LI Z'ibethati costumes, crowding the
poop deck descrying the land. Then fol
lowed a series of tableaux representing
various Status ns follows:
New York A boat load of Dutch sailors
Massachusetts Tho anchoring of the
Delaware Christianising thesavagts.
Maryland Lord Baltimore and George
Pennsylvania Penn's treaty.
Georgia Tho last pre-revolutionary
After these came a most Interesting
feature the Caledonian club of New York
ami the Seventy-ninth Highland regiment
veteran The Scotsmen in their kdts and
kirtles atti acted a great deal of attention,
and their pipes stirred up considerab o
enthusiasm nil down the avenue.
The Swiss centennial committee with
the Swiss tableaux were escorted by the
centennial sharpshooters ami then came
the firemen's division. Chief among thes
"laddies" were the ') members of the
New Yi rk volunteei's association and ten
ve'er.itt associations. There were about
4,00 men in tliU division.
The 4 Brooklyn police came along just
after the tiiemen.
Then came tho .Manhattan ship joiners
and the floats exhibiting their handicraft
the operative plasterers' sccieiy at work
at their trade, the cloak and suit imlustiy
hurd at it with the scissors and no -die
the marble cutters scattering chips broad
cast, tWO Brooklyn p'.uiubers. J00 Brooklyn
cnrpeuteis and o.OOO memt-ers of the union
of c irp-'iiters and joiners of Ameiica.
Next catno the Italian division, the ex
tent of which was very surprising to many
of thi spectators. The Italian military
association turned out thirteen companies
of thiitv-six men each and the civic so
cieties as many more, while their two
floats were ns well received as any in the
The Get mans had determined to lay
themselves out on this parade, nnd they
did it. Fitstcame the German-American
shnrpshooUrs to the number of over o 000.
thou cmne the singing societies. The feat
ure of tli s part of the parade, however,
wis the great number of tableaux and
floats vshish it preS'titetl, nearly nil tho
important historical events ami progress
of tne Instceiituiy m the arts nnd sciences
finding eaih its place.
Next came the Hibernians " They num
bered l'l.OOOL s-onu were uniformed, liish
andAmer!can flags alternated al! over the
division and the elal orate float "The
World M ives On," added another feature
to that part t f the column.
After the colored delegation had passed.
General Martin T. McMahon appeared at
the head of the regular Irish section o the
parade. This included nearly all the Irish
American societies of New York, the Papal
Veteran-. 3.000 tuemliers of the Society of
the Holy Name. t,000 more of the Ancient
Order of Hibernians. 4 000 of the provin
cial council, temperance societies, and
about a dosen Catholic benevolent socie
Tk rutaburgh Strikes
PiTTSia'KGH, ra,. May i A great strike
of the luilding trtdes was inaugurated
yeiterday for an average advance of
twenty-live cent per day and union
warkmen. Nearly all the carpenter,
j-dnrrs. Iricklayer, hod carriers and
stone masons m the two cities are out and
work ha been suspended on almost every
new building. The trike affect at cat
New Town la Oklahoaia.
PcncELL. L T.. May it A number of
new tovs ns are ccmlng to the front. Araoac
them are Harrison and Noble named (or
the President and SccretAry of the In
terior. The nifttnrtsancra la Mexico.
Sax Axtosio, Tex., May 2. Dispatcher
received here bring information of a ?ri
ou disturbance at Guano Jttote. Mexico.
The troub'e was caused by the recent ar
rest of Catholic priets for delivering
edition sermons and the reports are
that a number of soldiers and several
policemen and rioter were killed. The
populace attempted to rescue tee priests
frcm the soldiers and the police were Mat
to disperse the asob. which was doma, .
Ftre t a UlhMta Twav
Cbxsoa, III, Mar Jt The Croky krkk
Slock Boraed vatmlr. Tkara nn fara
AattWcatlr brntiawyrt toa
VMM aiae ten. J
A Famous Battle-Ground.
On the btnks of the Tippecanoe, a small
Itrcam which enter the Wubah river in
Indiana, was fought the terrilic battle of
In tins great strugeie of frontier times,
the allied Western Indians under the ehief
Uiuship of Ei-sktvatawu, the "Prophet,
J ffere defeated in November. 111, by the
Americans under the command of Gen.
J Wm. II Uarrt.on.
. It tvas.idei'ra:c, hard foughibattie, and
i much depended Uon the result.
Had the Indians been successful, all bar
i n-crs of acfc.ri3e for tho carlr setLers
, trould havo been overt hrown and the deadlv
tomahawk would have been uctlve in the
rapid extermination of the remaining
pioneers. On the other hand the fortunate
termination of the contest pat an end to
attempts at ojK'n warfare by the
Indians. The rich territory, so long over
run by hostile savages, was thrown o;en
for settlement, which rapidly occurred ns
soon as tho news of the great victory be
Natural!- great praLso was rendered to
the success and intrepid bravery of Gen.
Harrison and he was honored in many
ways. Ho afterwards served us Com
mander of tho Army of the Northwest, and
when Indiana was admitted to statehood,
be was selected to represent the statu in
the United States Senate. In 140 be was
elected President and his unfortunate de
mise occurred shortly ufter being in
augurulisd. The forty-second anniversary of the Bat
tle of 'lippecanoe found tlie gallant grand
son of "Old Tip"' leading his forces to a
great political victory whieh resulted in the
selection of Gen. Ben Harrison us President
of the United States.
The Hurrisous have been a hardy race of
men, sprung from old log cabin stock,
which is a sufficient gunrantc-j of its gen
uineness wherever found. Iloa'dzing the
truth of this, great effort h:is been made to
re-discover some, of the secrets contained in
the old log cabin stock of useful articles,
and as the result, tho famous Old lJg
Cabin Sarsapanll, universally regarded as
the b-:st Spring tonic und blood cleanser
has been found. Not satisfied with the
world wide esteem which is, held for War
ner's Safe Cure, the only runs for kidney
diseases, tho proprietor is willing to do all
that is possible to establish Warner's Ig
Cabin S.irs-.tp.inha us foremost among
household articles on account of its purity
After all, each individual his, at all
times, tho great battle of life or death tt
light, und for security attention must
necessarily he given to the b-'st wcajions
winch science can offer humanity in the
Largest Wheel Ever Made.
The largot whoi'l of lh kind civr
math in tilts; country, nttd probably
thu largest of any kind, is now in
course of construction at tho inaehiin
sdiojis of tho Dickson Manufacturing
Company, at Scranton. Pa. It i.s what
Is called a satul wheel, and is being
made for the Calumet vt Hi-da Copper
Company, of tlie Lake Superior re
gion. Tlie great wheel will be fifty
throe feet in diameter and several feet
wide, antl the Iicksm Manufacturing
Company will get 70.00 for iL It is
being- built around a -'O-tneh hollow
shaft of gun metal, and it will weigh be
tween lo-OancllGO tons when completed.
When the great wheel is put in place
nt the copper mines it will he made to
revolve slowly hy means, of enormous
cogs on tho s-urfaeu of its circumfer
ence. The rog-s are leintr east in seg
ments, and will weigh inanv tons in
tho aggregate. On each side of the
mammoth wheel there will bo fifty
buckets, each of which will hold about
100 gallons, and these buckets will
elevate the washings and dump them
into a sluiceway. After the great
wheel has been lwtilt up and the fin
ishing tottehings have been put on it
will be taken apart antl .shipped.
Kvery piece will be numbered, so that
there will be no trouble in putting tlie
wheel together, and it will take eight
or ten ears to transport it. Philadel
A Story of the Vand.ili.1.
Tlie United State:- ship Vantlalta. of
which the melancholy wreck in the
great hurricane at Apia, in theSamoan
islands, has been made known, was
ono of tho mo-t prominent vei-soN in
that wooden navy of which the Amer
icans, lire at present so anxious, to get
rid. She, nevertheless, tvas a very
handsome type of a corvette which
might well bo nii.-taken for a frigate
Some twelve years ago she wu at
Constantinople, and wa much :ul
mired by the Turk-. In the mind
however, of tho Pasha of tho Dardan
elles her imposing ..fao excited some
suspicion. When the Vandalia hoe
to. prior to pasago through the straits
into the Sea of Marmora, she was
boarded by the Pas-ha. who. a in duty
bound, reminded the Captain that, un
der the capitulation existing between
the American and Ottoman Govern
ments, the former wa only allowed to
bring a gunboat up to Stainboul. "it's
the smallest we've got." exclaimed
the undaunted skipper of the erack
corvette Vandalia. London Tole-praph.
THE GENERAL MARKETS.
KANSAS CITY. May 6.
CATTLE Shipping steers ... a ) & t oj
Butcher steers ... Sou ft 4 to
Natltecons. , . 2nl u 3 J.'S
JIOGS ;o.l to choice heavy 4 10 Ct K
WHEAT No. s red 7 i T3
No-Ssoft TT Ci Ts
COKN No.4 Jt'tii 25
OATil Nn.S 19 ft SO
HYK-No. S S7 f; 37-,
KI-OUi--.ilea!.per-ic:.... J.i 6. 1
HAY Italed, 5 IU Q. 6 i
HCTTEK-ChotM creamery... 19 ft S:
CHEK-E-Pult cream 10 ii II
ECGS-Cholce t- W t KS
1JACXIX Harr.. :0 ft In,
Shoulders 3 fj 5 ,
Zll-C'. ..... .. a IL. S
LAIID 6 ti 6
POTATOES t H )
CATTLE Satpplasster... 0) ft
Batcacrs' steers... S G 4 S
HOGS racking . .. .... o. at. 4 a
SHEEP Pair to dunce J5 b 4 )
FLOCR-CBoSce 3J) li 5.3
WHE.T No s-rest " c 77,
CORN No. S XI a 3JS
OATS No.S U G, SJt,
RYE No. S C ti S
nirrTEU-Ci-raicery 13 & U
PORK lis d!!tl
CATTLE SMpr-T tcers .. 4 . si 4 C
HOGS Packing dMppm. 4 5) 4 72'-,
SHEEP-Kilrts choree 4 OJ ti 4 u
FLOUK WSaier mheat 4 53 31
WHEAT Kiwi red . t a !
COKN-NusS 54 C s,
OATS No.S - n G SV
RYE No. S .. 1 i fcK,
ntrrrEK-Crcanscry sW ft ti
PORK. ... tt 55 tU
CATTLE Caassoa to pnae.s Id) $ i
UOOS Ooodtocaoc? ..... 4 So ft 5V)
rLOUn-Ooal t Ootce..... 5 U ft 3 75
WHEAT Nowi red- S ft $d-j
CORN Na ..... .. ift 43
O ATS TTeHwi. aatted ft at
BCTTER O aar. rj ... MM 19 O
WKlK'sissv.ws4stlassi ft 9V B V
The Ages of Animals.
A bear exceeds twenty years' a &oz
lives twenty; a fox. fourteen or six
teen: lions are long-lived Pompcy
lived to tho ae of seventy years;
a squirrel or hare, seven or eight
years; rabbi tn, ?even: elephants have
l.-en known to live to tho great age of
four hundred year-. When Alexander-
the Great had conquered Portis,
the King of India, he took a great e.--phant
irhieh had fought valiantly for
the King, and named him Ajux. dtdi
cated him to the n and !-t him go.
with this in-cription: "Alexander,
-on of Jupiter, hath dedicated Ajax to
the Sun." The elephant was found
with this in-cripiion three hundred
and fifty year.- afterward. Pig? have
been known to live to tho age of thirty
year, the rhinocero? to twenty. A
horse ha been knoun to live to tlie
ago of sixty-two. but average not
more than twenty. Camels sometime
live to the age of one hundred. Istags
are long-lived; sheep seldom exceed
the ago of ten. Cow a live about fif
teen years. Whale.s sometimes live
one hundred year?. Pelican- are long
lived. A tortoie has been know n to
live one hundred and seven year-.
X. V. Ledger.
Ifljrsictans Wlso In Their Csr.erwllon.
The above class of scientists n-cocnue.
and have rejieattslly borne testimony, to
the efficacy of Hosteller's Stomach Bitter
as u remedy and preventive of fever und
ague, rhoutnatistn. want of vigor, liver com
plaint, ami some other uilmeut.s unit infirm
conditions of tho system Kxperlenceund
oliservation have taught them its vtnue
They but echo tne verdict long since pro
nounced bv the public and the press. ( ml v
the benighted now are ignorant of Amer
ica's) tome and alterative.
It is thirty-three years since tho first
horse-car ever run in New Kugland made a
trip from Cambridge to Boston over the
trucks of the Cambridge railroad.
Uncrating and Klrclrotyplng.
If you want engravings of Buddings,
ilachlnerv. Portraits, .Map, Plats, or nut
thing in this hue, write to us lor samples
and prices. Best ttork guaranteed at fair
A. N. KK!.LOfti NKvt.HIMl'KIt Co-.
Kansas City, Mo.
Urus naval officers wcr the tlrst to
make general use of and appreciate the ad
vantages, of breech-loading gun for their
Poik.i: & Cti tvtit.ru. of Cambria iltlls,
Michigan, wrote Dr. SchiiUeuiicrger:
We Hie selling five different kinds of
Ague Pills, but yours ure in the lead. Aft r
tryingnJl other remedies our ctist nier in
variably fall back oil Shnllcnliei-ger's Iills
They never full to effect a cure, and living
in the ni.dst of a Fever and Ague country,
we seak from experience.
Piin.li Anttora Is said to give away noth
.ng less than live-dollar tips to waiters,
train hands, etc., when he travels,
PtiN from indigestion, dyspepsia nnd too
heart v eating, is relieved at otic by taking
one of Carter's Little Liver Pills immediate
ly after dinner. Don't forget tins.
Ktxo Minx's lastoflicial uct was to dec
'rate his cab-driver.
Goon Aivicn Uo Hale's Honey of I Ions
hound ami Tar for a cough ontilti Pike's
Toothache Drops Cure in cue minute.
Is ono small district of Japan 1.17S horses
ttero slaughtered last jcar for use as food
To nr.iiri .Tr. the stomach, liver and bowel
and promote dii:etioti, take one of Carter's
Little Liver Pills every night. Try them.
Jonx IlmniiT's) collection of pit la o'
great value, and Ls to bo preserved intact.
AT nrootT AS"t Urttritj
TNi OHMIES A. V0CCLCR CO.. .&. M.
For two jotrn I htt
rhnn4Zl-si m hid that
IttJIsablnl rac fur work
tr.d nnJntil rae to ny
Nil fr a v.Un'c J car,
durinj: wakh ttao I
ohiM not cren rle ny
runwl to my hrsd. and
for S nxr.tl. cnuM cot
morjmyrIf In l-rd.sria
rt!orsil In R?i frcta
I'itoKi ISs. Wastrcit
nl by bet phyk-isc,
cn3 to rroir vene.
Flmilly I tr-nlc i-Ifi Sprc.'Cc. nd rwn bmn to
Improve. AftrranMletrinkt rr.TtitJft:. rn! forth
pat five months haT;hr-n arli , j etcrws U
froa the cSccta of Sif;' Sprcillc
Jan. 3. 1S. Ft. Wayse. ltd.
Sooka on U:o.d and 5kla mric c3rd frte.
JsvirT iirtcinc Co.. Athtnta. Ga.
T fsirc tit hossela ! nal rnaka
lltrMs rfcnlarhiil leave tbem lanr
eonitlfttM than hs-fore. The User la
tkr the eat r trQMble.
nattal art It. Tattf ' Liver IMIta art
tireetljr ax that atrcasi. raaia4f mfw
riar Ml. illsiH( salilrli. IBM kaass
Office. 4- Iurny 8t. New York.
DEDERICK'S HAY PRESSES.
Made of (. Us-htrr. tunnel, c Iwarer.
power, fwrlawint and corn petition fbctaaowL
Voeprriof order oo trial, to kerp tae t-t:-d
rt any otter aloc4Tdc It rri can MrtrrUt
t. .....ip.. -p a.
Caret iN thwaan ftcailar to Watnaa f
kxr to -Woaiv Xaixa Ikxx.
BauavrtcLBi ccrxATtwt c. ATt-axTa. ava
asu ar m Zntrourra.
BABY C&1MIAICS SEUT C. 1. 1.
. t -Tt T CAsVsW
r 1st is rmaLaa-
'o rux j
ivw saa jar . ana'ar
Jf iUs W-""
i tm4 y-atom .f-sVr Tswltiillw
sf a) w. y1 Crs r
Tho Thief It.-nwin fr ) f t m-- ?
nt Mr;. - t !-; ia IS 'a list
Mrrlt Wilis. It ! t" -" wl!iTssl
.tai!T rsnr1b- all that U .tneJ r '!
Ttnlti-i oa.y Ly I I H"4 A U Ui".. V-
W. I.. HOI l.t W n,n
IU-lMti'M. c f a, si ,i.ii,
I--I r. UltpM-ct ll
lifTi..rr.H.l If j Hir.l.iti ruC.rs i u ..- '!
an-l i rl-r .t n.w-l lUt. it It- y tr
l.s-rIKl lUril.r !... r tr.k in r ! -i
rant"! i v i . --' ivti'-r ' : jI t n .'
m .a .m-. aai a a la j1
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tiii.s 1. tlw '-.I'rfii. al. t .u r. I. s-f fi
r. -i4-l t I l'ar - ..st MiHiillv In tM
. I.. IMII I.I W sOi s.
If r -r U i .r " .'t nli ! iln-1. rtl-
ttr-' t tM-i r ltU li rsr il . -..' w. .
rttur r ti "lii.-r t t -j- .
ca-t aliit V.. I.. HOI t.l Vs'sMOIs
an ' wi'di i i ur If .. I' il I I
irtvlnir I..I l. -truct:. u u- h 1 Kt I'' l
W. L. DOUGLAS, Brockton,
JOSEPH H. HUNTER,
J. I. CASE T. M. CO.
ai-A riTri, - - wn
a.M rtr-ri Htus or
lcrtM, cttl'iisrr ih! Trfli'n Tnalnrs. MKI
AK tlOKa, lliir-. I'nwrr- Tral rnr nl
MAW Mil. I. MachllH-rT tr"ttsn illiUI
Uamisouki Tusi'a.wait an I'KKl
avf-xaatuu rria-- -'
Cr t tsr-n. s-uric'v
i .n-i- ' -ii 'lia sf'.in
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Vtirr Itir r. r l A I'.1
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dt'ae. vnt f r r-i-rhi d
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i:liAVIh Mlmij.lh S;t.Lfe.l( to.
j.- IMii. itui 'tsiii r.
-s ivml-iti -.firrnu n
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II. I .. "lf ssj.f jjr tr KU'f. I At . I a."
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Ifnt rlrr' rxtrtiKs. r luia.1 a .t
art la rUin llumuj. r-il att 'rjr .tticv tLru
" MIIKIVI. -I'll I t I It.
I liar a-.! f t -. .tail nf Irir- mnu. w
iiiie. io rai.1 f-v 'r.l n i .i.- tl-- ... -r
a .tan' rr ! n- Ii n I -ta' ..(.-I l Hnl' r
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I till Kl.t l.ls. .. III. I. XOI.lt , lU.fa. .
aia-StKITHtt ara sr m. .
WRtK. I n n.t . r kor Irat V '
awa txn ralta t asv. r '-.
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tJaSe. tu. alckly sfrl. Kj tl- aW of
criptioo. iiacy aTe tiosHoc&-i oi ta
Fsrorft! rrerdpk - ia in
tfsralor arvJ jiroootrr of fnaftjoial
ffa 4 4 wttv.s.f .s vrtm.nluv.l I- la
pnxJocn oalr -rvrf rcli. It U cartfnllj ctmz-oaviaU by tTVci a
scs3. i. jrri rrzia 10 oc -auje t.Vk. r " crnrervt -,
oct." -ran-doara.- dzbWiiZtil fcic&cr. adlUrrt. drawW, - ,aain
saojk-sms fiatsaeiearpatr?. eersiar so(&crx a4 fre8s nai rrarrWIr. Dai
aa jpe:tzitt cordUl sad reira:rre
-'- ---r - --- v. '
. .V-.S- , a -'.! a rr.ajirja a vspar XTCSts Bfair EKWSL
On auUcskB la mry eas. tr atxyr wJSl I nf4erj. T -7-Uca
prfateJ m -Ai bo33e-Tpiacn tSaitifetfixtarrifltrMiy
Cenrvn. Vm. ly Yoatsl
The deaDfitng, anfeeDtic
Dr. Sages Catarrh Bemedy
OF PDBE COD L1TEE OS.,
Almost as Palatable it Milk.
Zi. re'r rT-'a B IJTK If. tlt
ra t iki-a r-X J loUrtWd fu a J U
6j iitllttlr itiw . ,,, ..
am t a Kiirpt rim y11?
-suoMlots nUitlt'Vy axial a, J;
laaL Ptntutt. 0'ta.ks. it imwif ar.
1UJV .i all aMls Hs4lMgW
Ullt-liUl . It Is ianfltt U U '
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a a.iar ,-.- w s- w - --
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A mWir r T !" " "
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W. L. DOUCLAS
$3 SHOE CKNTLIMIH.
tlr.t III Ih "ld. KaxnlK hla
-,.o .t-t i.nk it.!si..Kiri -nor.
a.oo II iMi:tvr.i HT ll
SOJVO I'OI IfK AM) rAHKKIl "-HOK.
ijio i:ritA . ti.tr c.i.r siior.
VS'.ZS nillIM.MiU.IV IIOI-
.mi i.onii-vi i:aii siion.
:.Osi..i tat.7. M'lMMit. .inr.a.
W. L. DOUGLAS
$3 & $2 SHOES uK."..
IU.I SrrUI. Irl MI. IWs-t ritllitat.
kM I Ioiil:I-' SM.Iih". '" l'sl Ulom.U
t .1 uuii U'l nsislt tr IU f'l mI
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ENGRAVING 1 ELECTR0TYPIN6.
L'--'t t.t t- rss'rpTsI abl!hm f ll.
at . r I I'b't ertn J';st mi ta
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w-.kiiiiu riia i tm ss
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