anged. His Honor Mayor Baxter presided.
The exercises opened with the singing of Watts' noble hymn, O God our help in ages past.
Invocation by Rev. M. A. Levy (Baptist). Singing, Cardinal Newman's beautiful hymn, Lead, Kindly Light.
Reading of Scripture by Rev. C. L. Eaton (Universalist). Prayer by Rev. J. V. Clancy (Congregational). Brief remarks by Mayor Baxter.
Address by Rev. T. L. Flanagan (Catholic). Singing, Toplady's precious hymn, Rock of Ages.
Address by Rev. H. C. De-Long (Unitarian). Address by Rev. F. I. Paradise (Episcopal). Singing, the ever favorite hymn, Nearer my God to Thee.
Address by Rev. Elijah Horr, D. D. (Congregational). Singing, America.
Benediction by Rev. Isaac Pierson (Congregational).
The singing, which was by the audience, led by cornet and piano, was grand and uplifting, an inspiration to participator and listener.
The addresses were in good taste, and impressively appropriate to the theme and the occasion.
The address by Dr. Horr was esp