Grover Cleveland is inaugurated, for the second time, as the 24th president of the United States

A light snowfall the night before the inauguration discouraged many spectators from attending President Cleveland's second inauguration.

The Democrat had decisively defeated President Harrison in the election of 1892. Chief Justice Melville Fuller administered the oath of office on the East Portico of the Capitol. The inaugural ball at the Pension Building featured the new invention of electric lights.