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AS IT LOOKS TO WOMEN,
BLIND GUIDES WHO LEAD THEIR FOL
LOWERS INTO DITCHES.
Arbitrary Standards for “ Painwy ™ Drese~
ing—~A New Light on the Servant Girl
Question The FPineushion's Decline
wnd Fall=A Jnoket for Qotober.
There are a good many woriters who
waste a good deal of ink telling women of
limited means bow to dress well ou small
sums. These writers are usually women
who speud on their wardrobes very cou
siderwble sums and who kuew Mtule of
what they telking. .
One writer of this olass said recently |
““ No woman is well dressed unless she Las
daiuwy underclothing,” and theu oxplain:
od that *‘ sheer cambrio, whiok is daiury
can be bought for only a few cents a rnrc‘
move than Eum muslin, which never can
be made dainz."
But the anxieus seeker for some weans of
strotehing her slender inoouw&uuu e
sider duruNlltl. Cawbric, » knows,
will mot stand oulr 80 woll a 8 tauslin the
’r:cuub usage to wh :du:: llsundrou oul:)-
Ls our garweunts ,il she accepts the
:_jctum oflh:r qud:o. lh% is floru{. ofu.o
wes un : su it to the igno
miny of not go {xs “well rr:nud."
If she Lappens to have strength of
charecter she will purchase the best qual
ity of durable material. The womau who
is misled by the arbitrary statement is the
woman who ds upon the judgment
of otler people, and who for that reasou is
in the greater need oldmh’duus advice.
If she attempts o follow suggesuons
which oan be useful %nu o women of
h:ru means she is either made dissatis
fled or is led to buy cheap imitations of
dainty things
Ai"'“" we are told that if we cannol al
tord 1o buy laces, cmcl.xxul and kaitted
trimmings and embroideries which we can
181ke ourselves are just as tpmfnuto.
buhtho woman who cannot aflord to buy
is the one above all others who can least
afford to take the time to do th%olabouw
needlework necessary to take the place of
delicate laces. The women who cau be
profited by it are those who have moder
ate means and unlimited time on which
they set no value. It wonild be fatal if any
busy women should shiuk i applicabls
to her case. 3 e
Moreover, there are wormen who find in
peedlework the dreariest sort of drudgery
and are not willing te give their time any
more thau they are able to give their
woney. Yet those arbiters of refinemcnt
would bave them feel that it is better to
produce with painful slowness a few yards
of frail furbelows than to brave the opin
jou of those who think that 'fwd dressing
consists iu wearing certain things arbitrar
ily said to be necessary by po;g;b who are
not ina position to know the needs of
those whom they advise.
It is well for expérienced persons Nion'er
suggestions to any class of women ; but it
should be made to appear for whom they
are intended. When they purport to be
for women with the sziallest incomes capa
b’&qf gratifying retined trl.u. they are
often not ong not helpful, but positively
injurious. By setting up false standards
they make weak women unhappy while
they sometimes create in stronger woumen
an unjust contempt for the delicate details
of an attractive toilet
THE PINCUSHION
Sfomething About its Rise, Decline and
Melunoholy Fall
Pincushions have lost ground since the
days when they were constructed with all
care from the melancholy remains of
tumblers, tall glass lamps, or china dolls.
There used to be pineushions shaped like
babies’ knees and others like the misers’
money ba%witb the dollar mark embroid
ered on them. The pincushion has been
A NEW PINCUSHION
mounted on a flatiron, It has been stufTed
with hair and wool and sawdust and bran,
Mice have fed on it. All the needles of
the family have found snug hiding places
in its capacious depths. Aund now in these
jiconclastic times when naught is sacred
it has to go.
It is not that woman uses fewer pins. It
is still said of her that she pins tSo but
tons on hershoes and fastens her clothing
with 3Mu untrustworthy implement. She
{,uta ins in her mouth and preserves them
or future reference by utilizing the front
of her dress or the daps of her long bas
?ne. But the conventional pineushion,
ive the dinner caster, has gone, A little
silver tray is used instead or a silver tub
or a «hina bowl upholstered in plush like
the one figured.
TALKS WITH WOMEN,
Under this head the NEws invites ques
tions relating to the home Correspond
ence on dress, the table, the care of the
health, occupations for women, the train
ing of children and kindred topies will be
answered with pleasure and to the best of
the paper’s ability. Letters should be ad
dressed to ‘' Talks with Women,” care of
ThE PROVIDENCE NEWS, Providence, R 1.
The names of the writers will be treated
as confidential. L g
To Talks with Women:
Can )'m‘np:un moment of time to tell a
lonng‘mr what buginess she can undertake
hnv& remunerate her to the extent of Qd "
week? Au?: M.
It is not easily ible to say auns hing
worth *“ Alice 13.'." reading without
knowing something of what * Alice M.”
cun do. There {8 money to be earned hg
paleswomen, by telephone and telegrap
operators, by typewriters and steno
gn hers, by dressmakers and milliners,
d&whou. by retouchers of photographs.
ere is no vni' to chouse an occupation
oxcort. by asking two questions: For
what have | any capacity? In what caun |
find or make a chauce to begin?
The Children’s Friend Society,
The list of ggrmna who will lead the
work of the Children’s Friend Society
during the ensuing year I 8 as follows
l‘nn’dent. Mrs. G L C rce' vice presi
dents, Mrs, flonr BRu Mra. Adunh
Sackett and m‘nmh hitaker ; treas.
urer, Mrs, Christopher p'put; recording
secretary, Mrs, Mar( A. Talbot; corresponding
-cr(-mrgnnd assis m‘:nn rer, Mrs. Arba
), Smith; managers, Miss Emm« A. Tart,
[iss Egama L. Man&uu‘;. ”rn. 'l‘ fam B.
rt.&?n. Fliza B, Geral ra Williawa B,
1. Miller, Miss Hurr}et M. Hal, ing M.
Louise ‘l‘nm-{. Mrs, L G dy, Mrs
Thowmas J. Ba l‘?. Mr Ezdh en, Mrs
Mortimer 3 sr"vbfi. ire. E. nonj.rln
Andrews, Miss Amy D. Sbfirn. Mts ?n er.
pon; assistant @a rs, rr‘..l. . Fisher,
Mrs. William T. iu'i.l. n Allce John
son, Mnfil(oblmn orce, R.rg.g our
tellott, Ulgr Edmmd,m?. nr& A,
Stookwell . Thomas W, .HR ar
lotte R, Vose; collectors, Mrs tes for
("run-um Nr«&‘ hartm (‘h.i:n-h; Mrs. llo‘;:rd
oppin for St, Stephen's ; hogorary m r.,
!\{r:'&nnh g‘ ’r.)&s-, Miss Sntgl{nx‘.?obey,
Mrs. John b. ?mwu. Mrs. H' "-..':n‘l !‘;’nmm
ating oo ) a rews,
L ADDA *Wum fllncuw:ner ;
anditor, A r Wightman ; board of advisors,
'll‘"lnill:u(:llti :iu!{l\"'l). } (“l,l,l“ nin T. Efi:uig \.\\4-
A urd, ram ¢ lesvwort . .
R, Matteson; phy %. ’l‘."{': pnan, M. D
mm&%&y , Duster %{u.
AN OUCTOBER JACKET,
It Begins to be of li:tirut these Chilly
Mornings.
It 15 a businesslike garment i{ appear
uur. such as sulte the girl who wears
tailoy iowm and thrusts one hand iuto
her pocket and rests the other or the top
of ber umbrella quite as if jL were A cane
FOR THR TALLOR-MADK GIRL
K's a dark brown broadeloth in fabrie
with s velvet collar and a waistcoat of
hwt I have seen a very similar medel in
black with & waisteoat of erimson, and the
eiTect was decidedly warming.
A FRIDAY DINNENR.,
Broiled b‘sl?'mu Steaks Melted Dutter
Stovi:x.d otatoes Bofled Tomatoes
ttuce Salad French Dressing
Warters Cheeso
Coftee
BroiLkp ToMATORS—A doligbtful wWay
fiuling tomatoes is to boil them whole,
t them be large or small, but all of one
size, and cook no more than will lie ecom
fortablf side by side in a sancepan of any
given size. Lay themn in with the blossom
end down, cover with boili% water, add a
lug.o‘_.spoonful of salt, ey are doue
whk*Zthey can be dpiereed easily with a
ohup tined fork, and will take from five
to fifteen minutes, according to the size.
Lift them out with a colander dipper and
lay in small deep dishes like oatmeal
saucers; cut a Greck cross on top, lay on
butter the size of a walnut, season with
salt, pepper and a soupcon of sugar and
sarve
THE GRAPE EXPOSITION
Some of the Exhibitors and What They
Are Showing.
Tbe Rhode Island Rorteultural Soclety's
gmhn exposition opened at Tillinghast's
{all at 8 o'clock yesterday afternoon. The
display of grapes, apples, peaches, pears,
ete., was very tempting. Among theexhib
itors were: W, H. Haskell of Pawtucket,
;7139. polnches alnd gmpcsh; 0. Hd J. Perry
of Lincoln, apples, peac an apes ;
Mre. Sarsh A. Charch, O. E. "fif-m,
Thomas K. Parker, John C Gardiner
Hugh Mclntire, S. T. Thurber, grapes and
tmu; J. H. Church, Mrs. E. B. l’err(. F.
Thornton, John B. Bartlett, J. Br &ql.
C, L. Keith, C. R. Drowne, gr-{u; l
liam M. Cotton, c«ninces; k Water
man, a;«)le_s; G. W. Hum, pears; Mrs,
James W, Saunders, peaches ;C. J, Shaw
and F. A, and J. L. Williams, apples,
Warren Fenno of Revere, pears; James N.
Cutler, apples : C. E. Andrews, Jr., apples
anb pears; R. M. Bushnell and Silas H.
Manchester, pears
The Servant Girl Question.
It presented itself in a new phase one
day this week in a pretty cottage on
Brnadwayl'l. The occasion was an infgrmal
lunch : when the whiteupged maid had
passed the icecream to all the guests, her
mistress placed a generous slice on one of
the delicate plates and handing it to her,
said: “1 want you to have ,your cream
before it melts, Katie; I will ring if I
need you.”
The faces of some of the guests ex
pressed surprise, but if they noted the
wulck glance of gratitude on the part of
the rosy maid theg' perhafls understood a
little better why there are some few women
who never have personal knowledge of the
existence of a servant girl question.
MUSIC AND THE DRAMA,
Boston Ideal Club,
The second concert of the Meople's
Course was ;iiveu at Music Hall last n&ht.
The Boston ldeal Club, performers on the
banjo, guitar and mandolin, furnished the
musie. Miss Maud Murray was the
reader, The pleasing music of the many
melodies rendered will linger long in the
recollections of an exceedingly large au
dience. Miss Murni's readings were
&ood. but she lacks that ease of gesture
at gives graceful exereuinu in drax ttic
works. In theselections of a light nng u
morous nature the audience liked her best,
as was shown by an encore.
Mr, Grover's axpert lmndlimfi of the
banjo astonished and amused and be was
forced to answer a hearty vecall. Mr
Lansing “"F two humorous songs, and
a quartet zn_\'e«l and sang. The most
artistic work rendered by the clnb was the
overture, “ Masaic.”
A Change of Bil
To accommodite a general desire oq\‘the
an of Providence people to see Miss
Mather lther strong ohfimcterization of
“Leah, the Forsaken,” Miss Mather has
decided to make a chunfi.o in her repertory
and will Jroduce teman’s st.mn{
trng;)dy Wednesday night of next week a
the Providence Opera House, in place of
the double bill as was first listed. The
rest of the m{wrwry remains unchnu,(ed,
the double bill being g‘lven Tuesday night
and Wednouln{ matinee and the triple
bill but once, Monday night
PFrovidence Opern House
Last night closed the engagement of
‘' A Texas Steer ' at the Providence Opera
House, Tomnight and on Friday and
.\'nturda{ evaninfs and Saturday matinee,
Mlle Rhbea will appear op«ning with
“Judith, a Daughter of Israel,” an at
tractive drama that has been well received
in Boston [t deals with the Tent Jewish
race question, which is receiving so much
ntw;:({.ion just now in all parts of the
world.
Lothrop's Providence Mussum
If you had dro?ped into Lothrop's last
night and seen the lairge crowd present
you would have thought that Providence
!;eople cared little about rui}g. The attract
fon was “Clare and the nr(« Master,”
a five-act society drama by Miss Ettie
Scndemn. The house has been crowded
| the week, and themtinfi of Miss Kate
Glassford and My, Charles Barrington has
called forth nostinted praise
Infantry Hall
Much has been sald and more written
about the grand ogom festival that is to
ocour at Infantry Mall, and it is only nee
essary now to remind the public that
“Tannhanser” will be given to-night;
“I 1 Trovatore,” toanorrow afternoon;
“Cavallerin Rusticana,” to-mmerrow night;
Saturday mntinee, "P‘auu," and_ Satur
day aight, "Carmen.”
THE PROVIDENCE NEWS, TIIURSDAY, OCTOBER 8
At their Blegant and Metropolitau Store
offer beyond any question the choicest and
1,09 t comprehensive collection of
WALL H.?NGINGS
and Interior Decorations to be found in
the State. We contr‘;)‘i many manufac
vurers’ special lines, a hav'{oonnmd to
us many of tPob;.nEdum of the best man
ufacturers fof t 131 of Providenoce.
?un Morro 18 “Cholce Styles at low
rices.”
’ The compliments bestowed by those who
have made choice from ouy enormous stock
Is evidence ?f the superiority of our de
signs and colorings.
C.S.Merriam & Co.
205 Westminster Streot,
Conrad Bullding.
H W.LADD (0.
More
Attractions.
The unlocked for and
prolonged hot weather has
resulted in a great backward
ness in the Fall business all
over the country.
Fortunate in our selections
of choice and quick selling
things. we have been able to
keep our stocks fresh and in
condition to take advantage
of some of the low prices
now being offered by im
porters and manufacturers;
and the new goods we have
received during the past few
days are now offered to the
advantage of our customers.
H W.LADD (0.
E. I. BRISTOL,
No. 273 High Street.
DRESSMAKINC DEPARTMENT
PLAIN SUITS
For $3.00, Lined and Boned
And made ip thorougrl.lly workmanlike
INSPECTION SOLICITED.
LADIES’
The Finest Opening of the Season !
Nicest Display of Goods Ever Seen in
Provi_!{nm.
Gloves, Laces, Trimmings,
Hosiery, Underwear, Novelties.
RAYMOND & FENNER,
277 Westminster Street.
: 347 .& 349 HIGH STREE! :
First-class Plumber and Sanitary Expert,
I'AYS SPECIAL ATTENTION TO
REMODELING AND PLUMBING.
SOULE AGENT FOR ALL GENUINE
Boynton Patent Furnaces
Which have been on the market sinoe
1540, Over 60,000 in use. I buy furnaces
by the car load at loweat prices, sonseqent
ly 1 cannot be under m&. mm."hn
1 CAN SAVE YOU MONEY.
PAINT AND VARNISH
MANUFACTURERS,
JOBBERS, DEALERS,
131 Mathewson St., Providence, R. I.
U.S. Gutta Percha Paint Company
J: WILLIAM RICE, Prostdent.
Athony. Cowell
& CO.
New Styles
Low Prices
Are the inducements We offer for
the season of '9l-2,
Early in the season we come be
fore you and offer on merit alone
the Largest and Best Selected
stock of Choice
HOUSE
FURNISHINGS
Ever exhibited East of * Grand
Rapids,
EVERYTHING NEW,
Fashionable and reliable, and the
Great Values we offer can be easily
comprehended by the intelligent
buyer,
Altlony. Cowell
& CO. .
NEW
Rl Milline
WE ARE DISPLAYING THE LATEST
STYLES IN &
Hats and Bonnets,
BOTH TRIMMED AND UNTRIMMED,
ALSO, A CHOICE ASSORTMENT OF
MILLINERY NOVELTIES.
WE HAVE SELECTED
October 6th, 7th and Bth
AS THE DATES OF OUR ANNUAL
FALL OPENTNG OF FRENCH PAT
TERN HATS, BONNETS AND FASH
IONABLE MILLINERY.
A. RHODES,
166 Westminster Street.
~ Established 1844,
& CO.,
DEALERS IN
. .
f
Having been the leaders in the CARPET
TRADE for about 50 years and holding that
position to-day, proves without doubs that
we Liave met the wants of the people.
Giving our whole attention to the CARPET
TRADE we are able to study the taste of
our customers and to offer the finest as
sortment ever shown here, and at lower
prices than anywhere else,
Call and Examine our Coods
and Prices be
fore Purchasing Eisewhere.
WM. BARSTOW & (0.,
272 & 274 Westminster St.,
MUSIC HALL BUILDING.
RLRISECD
IMPORTERS AND GROCERS,
FAMILY GROCERIES
L.owest ‘Prices.
Imported and Domestic Delicacies
66 and 68 Weybosset Street,
PROVIDENCE.
C. W. EDMUNDS,
CARRIAGE MANUFACTURER.
ST RS Y e
i e O lnapecicn of wy erk.
AMUSEMENTS, ETCO,
LOTHROP'S
Provi
ovidence Museum.
G K. B sse leto d nager
WELRUE G R - Promiegre and Mnnscer
MONDAY, OCT. 5, 1891,
The } AND DURING THE WEPK,
; tie Fr A
R TR A
AND THE
Miss KATE GLASSFORD as CLAIRE
DeMONTHRISON
Me, CHARLES BARRINGER s PHIL-
Lll’l’l‘dlllltlfll.)\v.
S Wt r L« )'s Stock Co, qa the Pe
fi%fidl{mfl Of(?{l‘{.“b .'l'lLR('\' 21.5]“1'11 l&: A‘ F nl:':!‘u
8 O ’ n 1 B rform e
Juti&mmzfi .Yum.“ l:%u'o\-xuéu?e l)mrn‘:;r:)(;:u
ACLAO and 7Do
PRICES: 10e¢., 20¢., 25c¢.
&lmr\'ud seats seoured one week In advance. Box
office open from 10 A. M. 10 10 P, M. dally
JEWELERS.
yx Clock ~'~M--§. ;b p Wuu;he...w
Prbitithe Bl aghesen
We can show the the finest stock of
above iu the city,
D.C. & H. 8. FINK, Jewelers,
200 Westminster St., opp. Shepard & Co,
JOSHUA GRAY,
WALTHAM, ELGIN AND SWISS WATCHES.
DIAMONDS, FINE JEWELRY, SOLID &u.vzr
%Nfi, PLATED WARE, WHOLESALE AND RE.
AIL.
310 WESTMINSTER STREET.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY REPAIRED.
TA-KE-IT.
Are you troubled with Head Ache, Falntness,
Dizziness, Heart Burn, Nausea Foeling, Wind in the
Stomach, Water Brash, Fullness after Eating, Indl
estion, Loss of Apfiuu and all Disturbauce of the
gwmncu and Bowe
These Tablets are Strengthening and Corrective,
WHY SUFFER
when yon can be Relieved in a few minutes
As Mr. Alfred Day of Philadelphia sald, taking &
Package from his pocket, | would not be without
them for $5.00 for now when | eat anything that
disgrees with me I take one ‘?t!tbm Taslets and It
Relleves me in no time, and Lave a head ache or
a bad feolidg they set me all vight., Try them!
For sale by Druggists. Price, 256 Cents,
Or address Pettis Clhemical Co., Box 1,211, Provi.
dence, R. 1.
FALL OPENING,
Friday, Oct. 9,
Flowers Given to Every Visitor !
This is a chance to examine a coruplete stock
AT o o a 8 o e e
OWers o nlnl&:: 4
Designs of every ription, aud for all oc
caglons,
‘X‘comslou asportment of Faucy Flower Baskets
mln LX" !ucy Flower Pots, Haunging Pots,
TR o P
J nlers an ,_Metal Wreaths, Pampas
PE‘C":: o 'swzo?oo tock qt““B‘nlh for house and
and ¢ 8! o
border phmru 48
A new department.
We sell the celebrated Hartz Mountain Canary.
Cages and Bird Supplies,
MILLER BROS. and CHAPELL,
E 307 Westminster St
. .
New Cotton Carding Machine!
This Machine s similar to the Common Top Fiat
Card, but has much greater capacity, The Main
(‘?'Und«r is 98 or 4v inches wide, and 48 inches In
dlameter, with 44 fron mgrflnu. The Doffer 18 twen
z inches in diameter. The Liekerin is ¢ inches in
ameter, with heavy metallic clothing, and Mote
Knives are msn‘od 0 a 8 to knock out afl dirt and
refuse. The ?ulc Strlflnr can be arranged to stri
all the nat? n from 10 to .'u»mmutu.uraqnlr«r
anfl will lift, smi.. and replace a single flat 1{:3;3
onds. The Cylinder is stripped b¥ power from
m loose pulley. The ('yu_chrs are balanced and
?fmmd al a hth speed. . The adjustment on this
‘ard 18 the same gon &ht Jommon T(T Flat Card,
and it requires no more skill to operate it, while the
production is more than doubled.
4 BUILT BY THE
FRANKLIN MACHINE CO.,
PROVIDENCE, R. 1.
A CARD.
Mr.and Mrs. S. D. SPINK
Would resg:ctfuuy announce that theY will resume
teaching Oct. 10, at 3 P, M., at thelr residence, at 183
Broad street, corner of Union. For particulars
please call or send stamyp for circular.
FROM THE CENTENNIAL EXHIBITION TO
THE MECHANICS' FAIR AT BOSTON, 1800,
HAS TAKEN THE FIRST PRIZE AT ALL IM.
PORTANT FAIRS. BEFORE YOU PURCHASE,
EXAMINE THE MAGEE MYSTIC RANGE,
AT

WM. MILLEN'’S,
SOLE AGENT FOR ALL MAGEE GOODS,
130 NORTH MAIN STREET.
SHINGLES.
We have the largest and best assortment
of Shingles, of all kinds and grades, to be
found in the city, which we arve selling at
low prices.
BURROWS & KENYON,
Cor. Dean and Washington sts
SIHHOTGUNS.
THE WHITTEN GOODING CYCLE CO,,
118124 South Malu Street,
AMUSEMENTS, ETC,
e e e e e
PROYIDENCE OPERA HOUSE.
ROBERT MORROW. ....... FProprietor and Manager
Thursday Evening., October . 8.
Three nights ouly with Saturday Matinee,
Engagement of the mrcxgg‘uglhd Tragic Emotional
. RHEA,
A Iv two New Pla G
THURSDAY and SATURDAY BYENINGS,
(:! p DI;I;H ,
ughtes sroe
By Mr. Sigmund A‘l:xud':m A moderu soolety play.
FRIDAY BYENING and SATURDAY MATINER,
LA CZARINA,
By E Soribe. A historical play,
With u:’mflfi'}; 3‘.‘. ris uu% s‘fi’xoflugtuganflny.
Beautiful- - CONTUMES ———Rich
Next Wepn -MARGARET MATHER.
ANNUAL
Trotting Meeting and Horse Show
NARRAGANSETT PARK,
October 6,7,8,9,1891.
TUE'}D{".‘ Ofl.T““‘l‘O o'clock h’i .P‘Jm
e e
is AT LSy
%0 $500; £ tro ortuflo $600; ¢ o'c
g‘f’:l ‘ nd Ponlo% 0 oart; Geuntlemen's
.”gfll?l‘i?ug??)ot.‘- inko Faym Stake for 4
year-olds, m view .B\X.k 3 1e... c:{ou-olda’
o}%s‘lew clm.. neés Stake~ e’ung:..
fare cart . Ggntiapueis Saddle Horsss:
ThDAY. &:‘F ? @Ffigfi.- .@nfln't
gta:o ’fgouo'n;o;?io?.' E 'l‘rogt‘tn‘. x:l“. b 5 \ o
o Syt NPT Rl
leave Market Sqtare every A 0 minutes.
ADMISSION 5O CENTS.
Henry W. Dunham, Jr.,
TAILOR,
97T WEYBOSSET STREET.
MY ELEOI;; LINE OF
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
ARE NOW OPEN FOR INSPECTION,
BOOTS s SHOES
have f.llen, prices never so low before,
while the style, fit and wear have been
greatly improved. The latest productions
only contain the mew improvements, and
are sold by us at the reduced prices. Our
stock, having been bought for the opening
of our new store, 35 Westminster Street,
is all new and of the most improved styles,
and we astonish every patron with New
Goods at less than old goods’ prices.
J. K. BROWN,
Formerly Brown Shoe Company.
PERFECT COMFORT!
THE
FOR THE FIRST TIME INTRODUCED IN
THIS CITY.
For stmplicity, beauty, durabllity and comfort it
has no equal. Caanot get out of order. Composed
of seventy-one perfect springs.
For the sick room it is unsurpassed. It can be
made to form a reclining bed in two minutes.
PRICE, 86.00,
o €
MANUFACTURER.
Factory and Salesroom, 308 Washington street,
AGENTS WANTED.
PIANO AND MUSIC DEAILERS.
OUR FALL STOCK
OF FIRST-CLASS
IS NOW COMPLETE.
STEINWAY &’—.';ONS. WEBER,
GABLER & BROTHERS,
HARDMAN, Bk HENNING.
M. Steinert & Sons Co.
176 and 178 WESTMINSTER ST.
And Dining Room.
i New Beauty B Rnnfie.
1 6-fr. Antlflue Extension Table,
4 Auuflue itchen Chaivs,
1 Set Knives,
) Set Forks,
1 Set Tea Spoons,
4 Yards Oil Cloth
1 Set Patent Sad ironu,
1 Decorated Dinuner Sct,
1 Pair Tubs,
1 lronlnf’ Board,
1 Wash Boiler,
1 Tea Kettle,
1 Dinner Pot,
1 Dish hettle,
1 Drip Pan,
1 Water Dippor
1 Clean Ouat l’oker.
2 Pot Covers,
1 spider,
2 Bread Pans,
1 Dish Pan,
1 Serub Brash,
1 Cake Box,
1 Cake Turner,
1 flq;ml Basin,
1 Clothes ll:xe,
1 Olothes B et,
1 Bread Board,
1 Tea Cannister,
) )llxlr;r Spoon,
] Egg Beater
¢ Dozen Clothes Pins,
{ l);‘nfl. Urnuli
Cho ng Tray,
1 Tea tfigt.
1 Box Blacking,
1 Coal shovel,
4 Pie Plates,
1 Stove Brush,
1 Poker,
1 Broom,
1 Set Spice Boxes,
1 Bean Pot,
1 Potato Masher,
1 Tea Strainer,
1 Clothes Line,
1 Rolling Pin,
1 Coffee Cannister,
1 Flour Sieve,
] Nntme’ Grater,
1 Dust Pan,
] (‘Lotho'- “’rlnffl'.
1 Chopping Knife,
1 Coffee Pot,
1 Coal Hod,
1 Coal Sieve,
1 Broiler,
1 Griddle,
1 Cake Pan,
1 Cover Lifter,
$67.00.
5K7.00 down, $1.75 per week,
JOHN M. DEAN & €O,
| 319 and 321 High St.
HARTWELL, RICHARDS & COB
DRY GOODS AT WHOMSSALE ~ ‘,‘
AND AGENTS FoR !
Peckham Manufactu .
WHEELS, SPRINGE, 8, SEA
RIMS, SPOKES, SHAFTE, .
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IRON & STEE M
BOLTS, SCREWS, MALLEABLE (80N,
ENAMEL CLOTH, BROAD CLOTH, !
TOP LEATHER, DASHER L:Amw;
PAINTS, VARNIBHES, ETC., ETG, | |
———aa ¥y . __Q“'i
E. WINSOR & 00,
3 AND 6 EDDY BT,, PROVIDENOR, kL. '
__ WHOLESALE GROCERS, ”f',;,__. 7
BARGAINS ! BARGAINS!!
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Teas and Coffees,
WALDRON, WICHTMAN & 008,
BROWNELL, FIELD & €O,
WHOLRSALE GROCERS & SPICE MILLERS, 4 '4'
INMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF 3
THEAS AND COFFE gy
ALEXANDER BROTHER;, 3 '-”_;1’
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
Cor. Custom House and Dyer Sts,,
PROVIDENCE, . - HEODE xgeu" o
Daniels, Cornell & Ca?‘,
WHOLESALE AGENTS FOR THE
IFANNY DAVENPOPT
CIGAR. l:"z‘fx"j
N FY, 5417 MACKEREL o . WEIWOOD _g-’
NEY, IO VICKLES oW. MDWooD &
f\:‘z,‘;,,{*;’.,b"““’ HERRING st . MIDWOOD a
gfi.uox STEAKS at i MIDWOOD & SONW',
EARL CARPENTER & SOWS, 3
No. 2 Westminster st., Cor. Dyer,
lcgl:.t‘,‘d!'wb""llfl %& ’g
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fiqo'unl ;OX_\'JU)"C .
EDD Y‘Efib‘i‘%fi
Wholesele dealers and Oomm 1a '_. : ."‘
Foreign and Domestic 1
22 and 24 Plae St PN% %% %
Lroyp O. Eppy., 43
So So SP A » .. h}"d
Grain and Mill Stuff in Car Lots. i
OFFICE—No. 2 PINE STREET. =
ELEVATORS gz\%‘ fim OEERPFIELD, ¢
BARGAINS !
BROW
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SAL)‘ON
CORY
CLEARING SALE OF SECON
PIANOS AND ORGANS.
Take advantage of this W?fl
Our immense fall stosk o aw A
crowds all slightly used and second-hand 1 &
ments out of our warerooms. Are Sid
by this fact. Each Plano has been g
hanled in onr regular shop. and P
lustruments are offered for sale, Our superb stook
of New Planos and Organs gnhm
gon, Hallett & Davis, Kranio ‘m : ",';
Harrington, Smith, American, Mason & Hamiin
other first-class makers, "
co— * ¥
CORY BROTHERS,
3
131 Westminster Bt.
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First-Class Makers:
CHICKERING SONS, SOHMER, FISHER,
BUSH, GERTZ, NEWBY & BUANS,
Musical Merchandise
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION AT |
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IRAN.GOFF & CO.S,
168 Westminster Street.
CONCRET
WALKS,
E. D. SMITH & SON
9 Custom House Streat,
Telephone §29-3.
RHODE ISLAND
Concrete Company.
' MSLABLISHAEL Lev]
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Conorete Walks and invo!-
OFFICY D OUSTOM howl‘ . ?
WILLIAM H. 81 0 an \{ b
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CONDON, CARPENTER & 00,
Iron, Steel and Metals.
CABRIAGE AND WAGON MATBRIALS.
Harness, Blankéts, Robes a; l#&
Southern Cypress.
v v Lanet TR
POTTER & GARDINER,
i 29 B S
L A TILLINGHAST & 0.,
CATERERS,
231 Westmiasiar St - Providense R, L
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Yard, 1222,

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