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wore a suit of dark-green velvet, while Miss Mollie Garfield wore a plum-colored woollen suit. Genefe. After reviewing the inaugural procession Garfield lunched with Mr. and Mrs. Hayes, who soon aftball was held in the new museum building. Mrs. Garfield wore light heliotrope satin with point lacendall Green College for Deaf Mutes. President Garfield had the largest family that had been in table was accordingly restored, enabling General Garfield also to take much-needed exercise. The yt a special session of Congress, called after Garfield's inauguration, numerous changes were evidentg about a sudden rupture between Conkling and Garfield was the imbroglio about the appointment of JBaltimore and Potomac Railroad station, where Garfield was to take the train. While waiting there Cony, and thus President Arthur succeeded President Garfield. There had been such an interminablend the high officials of the Government. The Garfield memorial meeting was held in the House of Rep[23 more...]