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VOL 1. NO. 17.
Cleveland and Hill Meet Under the
Watehful Eye of Inspector Willinms
and the Wag in the Aundience Cries
“ Break!' —A Bitter Row at Albany,
NEW Yougk, Oct. 9.--All New York is
langhing to<lay—that is to say all the
Republi are laughing —over the ** har
mony " o= the Hill and Cleveland Demo
eutn;‘r shown in New York aund Albany
At fhe fi'“" lepnr Union mecunfi last
m-omg brl gle\'e amlhnnd .\h-.l g 1 ap
u y upon the same platform,
p..?uut ':)u tLe)' met at the back of the
latforin, lm‘roowr Williams appeared by
g!r. Cleveland’s side. There was u little
of laughter aud one or two lrregre,-ible
wags, cried out ‘‘ Break ! Brea 1" but
woere pmmguy sileuced by the faithful
Demoecrats in the audience. Gov. Hill's
ssn-och was & good one, as his speeches
a wo:‘yl are, T&m ex-l’nmldrm spoke nore
brio.)'und the position of “house war
mer '’ for the Governor was evidently not
at all to his llklnfi.
But it Gov. Hill had the best of itin
New York he was worsted in Albany,
where, at the very moment when Cleve
land and Hill were shaking hands in New
York, the Herrick-Cleveland men were
hurrahing at a big vietory won trom Hill’s
men in the Third District Judicial conven
tion, in the unanimous nomination of D,
Cady Herrick, the leader of the Cleveland
lf(_»roea. for the judgeship at Boss Croker's
Thus Tammany is placed in the position
of an arbiter between the two factions in
New York polities, and its power still
more increased, while Albany county and
the Boss of Rensslaer county, Murphy of
Troy and Gev. Hill's friend, are iu open
J. Marry Green Lost Overboard from the
D, A, Hayden.
NEWPORT, R,’L Oct. 9, 1891, —~Schooner
DA Hnyde% m New York with grain
for Briggs Brothers, arrived here this
morning and reports the loss of her first
mate, J. Harry g)rmn. He was the son of
the captain of the schooner whose name is
J. W. Green. In an interview (‘again
Green said that at 2A. M. when off Point
Judith his son was on the deck-house
starboard side, reefing the mainsail and
was knocked overboaml. A bhoat was
lowered and a long search was made with
out avail. The doomed man hails from
Middletown, Conn., was m‘(ears old and
wWas a thormoxsh seaman. 'hile in the
water he called out to his father that he
was all riqm being a %‘ood swimmer, but
his heavy hoots and heavy clothes sunk
him before he could be rescued.
A Case Which Is Said to Implicate Promis
nent Chicago Physicians,
CricAGo, 111, Oct. 9.—A sensational case
of criminal malpractice has just come to
light. Dr. Nicholas J. Schroeder has been
arrested on a charge of causing the death
of Mary Murphy, aged 28,
The evidence shows that the girl died on
Ses)tembrr 80 and was buried secretly at
Calvary i:} her brother, who is a grave
digger. he fl’l’l body was exhumed
i-uwrday by the coroner. A pbfdchn's
nstrument was found in it, while the
bowels were literally torn to pieces. Dr,
Schroeder was at once placed under arrest,
charged with murder. ’g‘hm other(x;romi
nent physicians, Drs. H. T. Byford, Charles
Krusemarck and L. M. Bartow, are re
ported implicated.
There Was a Rock on the Track but
Mo One Was Injured,
WeeT MEDWAY, Mass.. Oct, 9.—A rock
weighing about 100 pounds was placed on
the railroad track near the bottom of
West Medway hill at 8 o’clock last night.
The 8 o'clock train from Boston struck the
rock but the murderous intentions of the
wreckers were by some good fortune
thwarted. The collision shattered the
engine guard, the pilot house, and caused
other slight damnu‘ea to the train. No
one was injured and after a few moments
delay the train proceeded on its journey,
The Balloon Went Up and Gordon and
Kisser Fell to the Ground,
Greexve, I, Oct, 9.—Alex Gordon, a
country youth, tried to jump across the
ro aftached to the parachute of a
lmmm that was just about to ascend.
T'he ropes uupun his feet and carried him
up. When eighty feet in air he released
by violent utmfigles from the parachute
rope. He and the wronaut both fell to the
ground. The mronaut, William Kisser by
pame, was killed, Gordon had a leg and
arm broken.
Highway Robbers Secure Large Booty
From Western Travelers,
SAN Fraxciseo, al, Oct. 9.~lnforma
tion has just been received by Wells, Far
go & Co. that a stn{e was held up Wed
nesday between Linkville and Lakeview
by two masked robbers, near the last
named place. The amount of booty cap
tured was large but the mails were leh
An Indietment Quashed,
NEW OrLEANS, La,, Oct, 9.~ The indict
ment against Dominick O'Mally, the de
teetive who was largely instrumental in
furnishing evidence in the case of the
Italinns convicted of murdering Chief of
Police Hennessy, was abandoned yester
day by the city anthorities. The «fis!riu t
attorney has quashed the case,
Post OfMece Bobhed.
SPRINGFIELD, Mass,, Oct, 9.—~The post
office and mljninlnF |i«wnlry store at
Springfield were robbed last night. The
safes were Llown open with dynamite and
a large booty seciyed in the form of re
wjdltered letters, stamps, gold watches and
An Incendiary Firve,
HAVFRHILL, Mass , Oct. 9.—A supposed
incendiary fire broke out at the rooms of
the Y. M. C, A, building shortly after 2
o'clock this morning. Its early discovery
prevented any scrious loss.
A. S, Mann & Co, Fail,
Rocuester, N, Y., Oct, A, S Mann
& Co,, one of the Inrgest local dry goods
honses, have failed, The liabilities are
.llll,ulfi: assets the same. Manun has
turned over his residence, valued at £33,000,
Fire Record,
MOXTGOMERY, Ala., Oct, 9.—The storage
warehouse of . Hln(‘cr & Co, was burned
st llif'lf. together with 2,500 bales of cot
ton., he loss will be £125,000,
HAWKINSVILLE, Ala, Oct, 9 —The
Lonestar storage warchouse was hurned
a‘l-)'il"ll)“'l" with 1,00 bales of cotton. Loss
PrLysmouTn, Mass,, Oct, 9. The house of
Siephen Risden of Duxbury was burned
last night. Loss $1,500; insurance $BOO,
NEW Brororp, Mass., Oct, 9.<The
gtenm laundry of Andrew & Donaghy was
burned this morning. The loss, mostly
caused by water, is $l,OOO on building and
#1,500 on machinery : luauunm £2,000,
Try n gas heater the coming winter. No trouble,
perfect resuliss GAS BIOVE BIONE, 16 Market
The Olympic of S§t. Paul Goes Up in
ST PAUL, Minn., Qct, 9.—The Olyn'\lyic
Theatre took fire early this momlmf). he
flames made rapid headway, and the loss
will amount to §150,000,
West End Stable Burned,
BosToN, Mass.,, Oct, 9.—A fire was dis.
covered in the stables of the West End
street railway on Eighth street in FEast
Cambridge this morning about 8:80 o’clock.
The Mubfi-s were filled with horses, which
were let loose without any being injured,
The horses rushed about the streets for
some time, The loss will not exceed $2,000
and is fully covered by insurance.
A Fourth of July Excursion Which Ter-
. minated in a Stabbing Affray.
. A Fourth of July excursion, an insult, a
?unrnl: which woundfup in a cutting af
ray, was the subject matter of the dia
logue which interested the jury in the
Court of Common Pleas before Jud%c- Wil
bur to-day. All the parties interested are
colored lux?nla.
John 11, Payton, a big burly Affrican
was the man who is charged with doing
the cutting, at a colored picnic at River
side about midnight of July 8, and Robert
W. Irons was the vietimm, Payton claims
he ouly aoted in self defense.
State OfMcials Make Their Tour of the
Institutions at Oranston.
Once every year the State's solons go to
Cranston to inspect the several institutions
there, and to-day is the date set for their visit
this t:‘ur.
Attached to the raulur 9:40 o™lock train on
the llo?e Valley road were several oxtra cars,
and in these wgre the men who look after the
State's interests, together with many invited
guests. 'l'bousnny eomprised Gov, ?tdd and
members of the Goneral Assembly and several
State Bo?rdu. Mayor Smith and members of
the I'rovidence (l‘ny Council and many other
prominent men from all sections of the State,
At Howard station the, mrt{ was met by
b‘utn. Eastman with barges for the convo{:noo
of the State's dignitaries. They were taken
{uat W thetf.uylnu{l ‘loli the lnsan‘le e wch‘ wud
nspec 0 n every rtmentau
then t‘l’g State wc‘):gbonn and l%un of Cor
rection were visited. After that the State
Prison do&.nded their attention, and they
found much there to interest theyu. As usnal
the several notable eriminals were the object
of much utcnuzn. and over{‘hodfi of course
wanted to see **Spike " Murphy, w ohunfido
himself still wore notorious than ever within
the Jast '{.ew days.
Froin the prison the su'y was taken to the
State almshouse where dinner vwas served at |
o'cloek. Then they went to the Oaklawn
School for Girls and after that to the Secka
nosset School for Boys. The day's trip termi
nated at b o'clock when the party boarded the
train at the Howard station and bade Supt.
Eastman * good-bye."
The Committee Votes to Accede in Part to
the Request,
The evenln's school committee, at its
meoting yesterday afternoon, discussed at
length the eontrovorl,wflb the qualifications
committee, Mesars. Blaisdell, Follmar, Hill
Peck, Cosgrove, Campbell, McCarthy and
Chaco were ‘flmnm. The members were dis
poged to adhere to tbog“{mmnn that the
qualifications committee no authority to
change appointments, Dr. Blaisdell read the
resolution of the latter committec, uklu( 1o
have the names of prlnclf;ll separated from
the list of teachers and also a statement of the
qualifications of teachers.
Mr, Me( ‘nn'hy favored granting the reqguest,
Dr. Blaisdell was opposed to it. Dr. Hill
stated some of the objections made by the
qualifications committee, inciuding the dis
yuu- about Mr, (‘noneh' and the young lady
eachers. Drv. Blaisdell thought the appoint
ment of Coom-,)" was the real cause of trouble
and that the withdrawal of his name would
settle fv. Mr. Cosgrove defended {nh man and
said it was a matter of Kolillcs. Mr. Follmar
offered a resolution to the effect that the qual
ificatian committee's request asto formulating
the teachers by their several schools be ac
ceded to and it was adopted unanimously.
Milk Dealers Found Guilty,
The cases n;mimt Thomas W, Phillips
and John H. Barney for m}linfi adulterat
ed milk were tried this morning in the
Sixth District Court. Inspector of Milk
Perkins testified to stopping l'hillirn on
Olneyville Square and taking samples of
the milk carried by him. These Mmqlm
when analyzed were found to contain but
9.97 per cent. total solids, the exact per
cent, being 13. After a long and tedious
argument Phillips was found guilty and
fined £2O and costs, b 3
In the ease of John H. Bame(. the total
of solids was found to be 10 65-100 per cent.
The milk was also tested for coloring mat
ter and gave evidence of being colored
with anatto, Barney was found guilty
and fined £2O and costs,
Johnston Town Council,
The monthly session of the Johnston
Town Council was held in Odd Fellows’
Hall, Plainfield street, yesterday after
In probate court session the estates of
Amy Walker, Bridget Bernin and Daniel
Bishop were {inventoried and recorded.
Petition to np})oint an administrator to
t}w (.‘.l;\rencc P. Johnston estate was con
Gurdian of Alice G, Gough, James G.
Gough, received leave to resign.
H. B. Wood's final account of the
Elizabeth Stanstield estate was recorded,
In council session, petitions to eurb and
grade Webster, Princeton and Rocky Hill
strests and Andrews avenue were granted,
Kiling road was continued, :
The report of the committee to layout
Laban street was received, and it declared
a snll)lic hh{hw‘l{.
‘ouncilman Waleh after investigation
reported the advisability of establishing
grades for the streets on the Lyman plat.
A committee of three was named to lay
out Kelley avenue,
The report on the Union avenue layout
waus veceived, A petition for a new grade
on North Allen street was ordered to be
considered and reported at the next meet
ing, Burrowsstieet, between Plainfield
stieet and the Stokes estate was declared a
Yuhlh- highway., Abutting owners on
Lwis, Smith and North Allen to be given
notice of a proposition to curb said streets,
A petition to establish the grade of the
Killingly road was referred to the com
missioners of hi*hwa 'S,
Delia Brownell's bih of &5 was referred
to the assessors,
The resignation of Special Officer Han
lo" was tendered and accepted.
I'he Globe Gaslight Cnmimny agreed to
repair the street lamps at little extra ex
A street light for Library court was
iln'-. Lawton urged a free bed at the hos
The Overscer of the Poor reported: Ex
nses, 854.07; receipts from Poor Farm,
E:;“.l‘.'. An order for the balance was
given, AL IR A Y
Bills allowed: llighwng £3,211.84: police,
300,08, Narragaunsett .iectric Lxumingz
Co., £141.56, ,\lunut'nt.urers lnl‘ge, 1. O, O,
~ $175: John Walch NB5 Globe Gas
Light Co,, #B] 82, Patrick McKeon, su;
Thomas Pike, 863.43; James PP, Bannon,
$158.12; Lister & "n!\kins $16.31; Jume‘s
Davis, $5.00; Emma Gifford, $lB, K. C. Gif
ford, $5.50, 2
Clear and eool
The Thermometer,
The City Engineer's record shows the
ttmyerlltun from 9 A. M., Oct. 8, .to 9 A,
M., Oct 9: .
Highest-64. Lowest—4s. Mean-54.5.
Heat your office with a gas radiator. No coal,
kindling, dust or ashes. Always ready. GAS Slove
STORE. 10 Market Squme
The Rev. Dr. Edward Everett Hale Speaks
of the Characteristic Men and Women
of Rhode Island Whose Influence Has
Molded its Ideas and Customs,
The dedieation of the Hazard memorial
at Peace Dale to-day was a success in
every way. The train from this city car
ried among the many guests these nota
ble Providenee people: The Rev. Dr. J.
G. Vose, Amasa M. Eaton, the Rev. Mr.
Spencer, and the Rev, Anna Garlin Spen
cer, Reulun A. Guild, William A. Foster,
ex-Senator Chace, Arnold B, Chace, E. A,
Aldrich, Presidept Andrews of Brown
University, Dr. Charles V. Chapin, Aug
ustine Jones, principal of the Friends’
School, Ex-Gov. Royal C, Taft, William
Goddard and others.
The exercises were opened at 11 o'clock
bz Rowland G. !luzanf.e who explained the
objects of the building erected as a memo
rial to his father, the late Rowland G,
Hazard., The hall will be for lectures, con
certs, ete., and there is to be a library.
Seated on the glst.torm were the four
trustees, John N, Hazard, Rowland G,
Hazard, J. W. Fobes and John C. Clark
aud in their rear were the other invited
At 11:30 the Rev. Dr. Edward Everett
Hall b?au his address. He spoke of the
carl{)i eof Rowland G. Hazard and of
the influences of the country and the vicin
tt{ in lh:lplnbg his mental development,
)r. Hale then dwelt uion the life and
works of Mr. Hazard and his high position
as a citizen of Rhode Island, /
The musical rro%nm for the dedication,
which was ret( ered under the direction of
Prof. N. B. .‘pm(fue. organist of Grace
%l;urch. has already been published by the
After the exercises at the hal)], the in
vited guests &oroceodad to Oakwood, the
residence of wland Hazard, where an
informal lunch was served. ;
~_Shortly after 2 o'clock the return trip to
this city was made,.
The Ballots Coming In Bravely in the
e “News' ' Contest.
This momlni as the advertising canvas
ser of the NEwS was walking alopg West
minster street, a fiotlomun pretty well
known in this eity thurst an envelope into
his band which proved to contain a num
fir of ballots for the silk banner gontest,
ese with others, make the record now
stand as follows:
Providence. o R
o gwum K¥iI6HTS of Providence,
ARFIELD CLUB of Pawtucket.
rcKle\‘ CrLun of New Shoreham,
2 l;o.\'smu: RErvsLicaNy CLup of lLons
Fl-;;tzxcn REPUBLICANY CLun of Central
C?tnl Falls.
G. P. WET™™MORE CLun of .\’e\\a»ort.
Pueyix Crus of Phenix.
There are one or two ‘“ties” in the list,
but unless they are broken to-morrow, the
tied clubs will be alternated in the print
in(.of the list,
ote early and often,
We understand that Dr. Crispin, the well.known
Chiropodist, has removed to New Hampshire to en-
Joy a well earped lelsure among the hills. His
many patients In this vicinity will be glad to know
that he has left behind a graduate, who skillfully re
leves the torture arising from disagreeable Corns
and Bunions, namely, Dxn. AxTHUR B, SWEET, at
Room 18, fourth floor, of Butler Exchange,
There are two events down on the pro
gram for to-morrow afternoon. The 25-
mile road race at Newport will attract the
attention of the cyclists and the rest of
"Re trutemltg will go to ‘\'arruinnset Park
td see whether Thornton or Foster gets
the $lOO a side which is up on their 100
yard foot race. '
The Metropoles and Free Wanderers
kick the Eig skin on the Dexter street
groupds, Pawtucket next Saturday. It
will be a great game in all probability and
if the weather is favorable will be well
attended. Providence and especially the
Metropole Club will be well represented
in the crowd,
There is talk, and serious talk too bf
local sporting men of matching Jack Fal
vex ngsmnst Austin Gibbons, The men
behind Falvey mean business and they've
gct the mone{to back up their opinion,
hey think that Falvey can defeat the
Jerseyman and ere many days according
to rmoent- indications, there will be a
challenge issued, with a forfeit to back it
up, }’(’i the men who are willing to back
the Rhode Islander. It all rests with Gib
bons, I think, as to whether or not they
come together, The matter of matching
them has gone so far that Falvey's backers
bave been looking around for a place to
!mll it off, but as Ket have agreed on not h
ng definite, 1f t e‘y meet at all it will
be right here on Rhode Island soil in all
probabi lit?'.
Well, what of the men® Which wonld
you pick for a winner if they come to
gether? Falvey's chances ought to be
good. He is cleverer than Gibhons by long
odds and when it comes to being shifty on
his feet Gibbons isn't in it with Jack.
The New Jersey man’s stock as a fighter
has dropped about 50 per cent. since his
fluke with Jack McAuliffe and the fact
that men who have seen both of them in
the ring are willing to back Falvey
against Austin is |}v]n'tty good evidence
that they know, or think they know what
they are doing.
Allerton is king of the turf. He beat
Nelson, the famous stallion from Maine,
on the Grand Rapids, Mich, track yester
(lllJ' in the presence of 20,000 pm);»lu for
s£lo,ooo, Nelson lost” the first heat in 2:13,
then Allerton went in and took three
straight in 2:14)¢, 2:15 and 2:16} .
East Providence,
Netop Council No. 7, Order of United
Mechanies, held tl}eiroilmn meeting and enter
tainment in G, A, R, hall last c-\'c-uimi'. There
were large delegations from Gen, A. K. Burn
side Conneil No. b of Riverside, Narraganscit
Council No. 2 of Im'\'|-\gnce. Wincheck
Counc!l No. 3 of 1 u{u- alley, Ironsides
‘ouncil No, 4of Pawtucket and many others,
¢ exercises ¢ were opened with singing
“America by the audience. The Rev, George
R, Spink offered pragr. Several songs were
ung by the Slocum Post Quartet. A reading
gry .(fl. Stella Bflfll'\m.un original poem by
F. ll.(‘nrwmer adfress, * Objects and Prin
ciples of t enrder." by Jonathan Osbhorn of
Willhmantic, a song h)' Mrs. Aldrich, an ad.
dress, “Americanism.” by H. F. True, and%s
?luno duet by the Misses lLottie Chase and
‘.rrh‘{ur\ lett «mnrrind the program.
The 'ug:en‘s lief (‘Y'nn will give a sup
per to-night in G, A. R. Hall.
The Rev. fl stowan wt(ll preach next Sun.
d'.{".t teo aven M. E. Church on * Respon
. o
"n k!:rolloe Court this morning one person
WAs $2 and costs for drunkenness,
OfMicer Patterson returned to his work
ynt:rday morning after an illness of several
James ll‘#ndlo.o layed in No. & Mill, was
taken suddenly m".’Sih'. work yesterday and
mrrh: to his howe on Broad street. v
He Has Beoen Doing Business Some Years
Without a License,
A lady made complaint against Edward
McElroy, driver of the movin%.tum
;;Mnyor Doyle,” to-day of overcharging
er, v I e '
Supt, Norcross investigated and found
the wagon had not been licensed since
Au(sust 27, 1880, The penalty as a flue of
not less than 82 nor more than $2O,
(Continued From Last Page.)
Closing Quotations,
Reported by Spencer Trask & Co,
Opening. Highest, Lowest, Last.
AtChiSOon.......conniees #4 45 N Ay
B GG.mnal I » 01N 08N
C.C.0.& B¢, L...... 7% 78%¢ TN T 8
Chicago & St. Paul,, 744 74% T 4 T
preferred,.......... =~ - - 17
Chicago &N, W...... 116 1108 118 110%
Chicago Gn5....0000e 02 bivg he |X]
Cotton Ol ......cooee 20 250 203 200
Canadian Pacific..., - - - KRG
Col, & Hock, Valley, 325 234 81k 334
Del, & Had50n.,..... 1304 180 18544 | 186)¢
Del. & Lack0......00s Mg 142 113§ 142
Brio.coiccocanmccicenss L 800§ 313§ 300§ 81
NUnols Central,..... =~ - 100%¢
Lake 5h0re.......... 125 1250 126 125%
Loulsville & Nash.., 70% LI 7094 80
Lead Tru5t.......00es lm lw l“ lm
Missour! Pacific,..... 00% 6084 LSy 0034
New York Centeal... -~ - - 110
NY.&N.E........ 80% 30 ~ 300
North American..... 105 20 * 1014 107
Northern Pacific, pfd 76 % 75 75%
i 599 2
fi‘.’:".'n‘.'.':.';“&'é‘u.i. xfufi x'fm .- 2 1312
Paciic Ma 11.......... 87 87\ 87 7%
Pullman.....cieeeies = - - 2
ReadlNG. .....c.cccvee P 40% 410 40N 4034
Richmond Terminal, 15 18§ 183§ 18%
Rock 151 and.......... ¥y BN S2O 831 <
BRYOL: oo cooctesscssens DY 07 7 Wi:
Sugar Tru5t.......... 88i¢ L™ K L)
Texas Pacific........ 14X 144 N
Union Pacific........ 41 a 4 415
Wabath ...cooonooeees 109 14% -4%
Wabash, pfd......... 30% J0%4 303¢ 30%¢
Wheeling &L. Erte., 38i¢ aBy o 8 R
Western Un10n....., 82§ &3 B¢ 824
The Produce Markets,
hheasa O.pu- H(!ah- lm- %‘o.-
gg;fis-.::;% 190 Wi 1o
Noemver 1 i W 0 1 WM
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The Annual Meeting and Election of Of-
flcers and Other Business,
The anuual meotlns of the Rhode Island
Bible 800101.{ was held in its rooms in the
Swarts building ywqrdl‘haflenmon. The re
port of the *nout, .W, Wing, was read and
.xmrovod. e report of the treasurer shows
a balance in the treasury of $00.8),
Oome were lgud as follows : President,
J-me-MR. v“sk B i vice prestdents, Thatcher
m,?. D. D., Samuel &:‘"’ Horace S. Tarbell,
.J. L. Lincoln, F. N. bary; treasurer, Edwin
Barrows, secretary, h T. A. Eddy; auditor,
John Eddy; l{‘mt uel Austi John Eddy,
ha B. ,Am ony, Johns H. Cougdos, Samuel 11,
gglo!..ohn W, , Charles K, (‘Arrmrr.
ohn Nicholas Brmm.z.c. ll;rfln“on. E. k-ngn
min Andrews, L. L, D 3 b <Ws ’hy; executive
?mmm ce, James G. ¥ , D., F. N. Seabury,
An Unknown Man Nearly Loses His Life
in a Woonsocket Hotel,
Last night an_unknown man called at
the Monument House at Woonsocket and
asked for a room. He was assigned to room
77. This morning he did not appear tng onc
of the emgloyea smelled r Landlord Elliott
fi)t into the room through another room and
e window aud found the roomi full of gas
and the man nearlr dead. Dr. Reed was
called and worked all the forenoon on him
with a good chance of uviuf his life. The
man is supposed to have been intoxicated.
Emma ,f'?"'!‘_ (irnml_ Opeu.
Infant? Hall held one of th% most se
lect of audiences last evening. he Emma
Jueh Grand ()r-ra(‘«mymn received a warm
welcome and Wwhen fts ioulv.nmu are con
sidered the presentation must have bad the
hearty approval of all who saw it. The bl;}
ufige was fitted up hastily for the change o
bill and the ntmost efforts of the sufie mana
ger did not make things go with perfect
Emma Jueh and Albert Guille as Marguerite
and Faust and Franz Vetta as Met‘hismplwh-s
were called before the curtain at the close of
the first wrt.
After this there was a long wait. The attnfo
carpenter attracted gréat attention. Scarcely
anyone left.for everybody was anxious to hear
the “Cavalleria Rusticana™ sung and they
were well satisfied with it when at last the
curtain rose on a scene in a Sicilian town, with
gaily dressed peasant girls and men.
The leading characters include Turiddu,
who, on returning from the .rml. finds his
m»mlwd wife married to Alfio and courts and
2 trAaly‘n Santuzea and is challenged and killed
’im.« Juch and Mong. Guille were of conrse
the central attractions in the parts of Turid.
du and Santuzza, and the ;iowerful emotions
of the characters were fully -sustained by
them. William Martens as Alfio and Ger
trude May Stein as Lucia also won applause,
Rhea's ““Judith,”
“Give a dog a bad name” may be a
worn-out u"ing. hut nmhln’ can express bet
ter the position of “Judith ™ which was ;}re
sented at the Providence last night. he
crities in Boston jumped on it last week after
the initial performance and kept up the fire
until the enf‘mu-mvm was finished, and 1 sup-
Koao Mlle. Rhea understands perfectly well
ow she is hamllmp']ml. No matter what im
provements are made in the cast and lines,
and there have already been many, it will get
its just dues. Beyond question th:dpla,v is better
acted and more evenly distribnt than when
1 witnessed it last week, and the pluck of this
graceful artiste deserves enmura‘,n-mo-nt when
ever she essayvs “Judith,” not from any n?'m
pntb". but solely beeanse it gives the public a
play based on lines that have been recognized
as next to illlimvihh' to follow with pnmfo gup
port. “Judith " will be repeated on Saturday,
and should be greeted with a full house, To
m.{m and at to-morrow’s matinee Mlle. Rhea
will produce ** La Czarina.”
The New York symphony Orchestra.
The great Symphony Orchestra of New
York, with Walter Damrosch, the rnpnlur
condnctor, in charge, will be welcomed in this
city Dec. 11, when it will be on the boards at
Music Hall. The soloists will be Mme. Marie
Ritter-Goetze and HerrfAdolph llm«l-kf' auda
noted pianist will accompany them. Manager
thblry vx‘n-rts that great interest will he
taken in this musical event, The orchestra
will also be here Jan. 20 and Feb. 17.
“Tannhauser'™ To-night,
The manager of the Juch Opera Com
mey announces the production of *“Tann
auser "at Infantry Hall to-night, with Miss
Juch, Signor .\!mm-rrlfln. Franz Vetto and a
competent cast, inc udlng a Jarge and well
balanced chorus and orchestra and new and
elaborate scenery and costumes,
The Young Republicans,
It doesn’t make any difference to the
Young Men's Republican Club of Providence
whether anybody is runuing for “anything or
not. They are lxmmt o !mw-a big meeting at
Infantry Hall next fuwesday ovening, and
members can obtain guests® tickets at .‘\'lml
sor's, No. 2 Weybosset street, up to s P, M. of
that day.
Facts tor Friday,
The Rhode Island Wheelmen will hold
tlwir r#ulur monthly meeting at the club
rooms Mondnry evenln".
The Rhode lsland Business Men's Associa
uol will hold its re,uln meoting to-night and
will discuss ** Freight.”
)lr.,nd Mrs. John Cassidy are visiting
friends in Taunton, Mass,
It you try a gas radiator once, you will never he
without one in cold weather, GAS STOVE BTUKE, 16
Market Sausie
He Says Healy's Taunts DBrought the
Leader to HisGrave-The Post Mortem
Has Been Abandoned--The Emperor
Willilam Beside Kiug Karl's Cottin,
Loxpox, Oct, 9.—A lu}go number of Me-
Carth{nu, including Justin McCarthy
himself, are expected to take part in the
funeral of Parnell at Dublin on Suudu{.
Redmond has openly declared that should
“* Foulmouth " Hul{ and others present
themselves they will be driven off and will
be lucky if they escape without injury.
Redmond mis he has no doubt that
Healy's taunts had a q\ood deal to do with
bringing about Parnell’s death.
No Post Mortem Needed,
BriguroN, Eng., Oct. 9. —After giving
the subject considerable attention the
physicians have decided to forego a Post
mortem examination of the body of Par
uell, The physicians viewed the body
after it was placed in the coffin and finally
determined that there was no occasion or
necessity for further examination,
Kaiser Wilhelm at Stuttgart,
STUTTGART, Oct, 9. Emperor William
of Germany arrived here to-day to attend
the funeral of King Karl, of W urtenbcrfi.
He was met at the station by King Wil
liam second successor to Kin%l(url and by
a large number of distinguished generals
and court officials. At the castle he de
posited a wreath of flowers on the coflin,
and afterwards knelt in prayer,
Rioting in China,
Loxpox, Oct, 9.—Advices from Amoy,
China, dated Sept. 27, say that serious
rioting has taken place forty miles from
there, in which several mandarins and
other oflicials were killed. The trouble
:rooe from oflicial abuses of a financial na
Dashed into A Freight Train,
RipGEwoop, N. J., Oct, 9.—~A train on
the Lake Erie and Western, dashed into
the cars of a derailed freight train early
this morning. Fireman John Tibbetts
was horribly scalded and died. Engineer
Frank Blokey and Bukenm J. Pawling
were slight.lfi' injured. passengers,
who were Erie emPloyeos were badly
shaken up. Theengine is a total wreck.
Sixth Distriet Court,
In the case nfiulnst James Nugent for an
assault on Charles Si?el, the prisoner
waived examination and was bound over
in 500 surety to the December term of the
Court of Common Pleas. / )
Peter Burns, for the larceny ofcesool
balls from Mr. Putney, was senten to
thirty days in the Providence County Jail.
Timothy Murphy was adjudged Yroba—
bly ;‘;uilt,\' of keeping a common nuisance
on Wickenden street and was bound over
to the I)ec;;mln-r term of the Court of
Common Pleas in §l,OOO bonds,
Bridget l"anng:g' and Rosa Brett were
ordered commit to the State ayslum
for the insane,
- Ann Fox, for an assault on Ellen Kelly,
was fined #5 and costs,
- Fred Williams, colored,, assaulted his
R‘ite. Ella Williams, white, and got thirty
The Municipal Court.
In the Munici'pal Court to<day Col.
Henrf' B. Wins :ig was discharged as
uardian of Miss Maud Barnaby, now of
full age. Inventories were received on the
estates of Chace Wiggin, $9,016.59, and N,
H. Lannun, £2OO,
There is a woman who comes runnin
down the steps of a Louse on Greene ut.ree%
every morning jlustv as | Yau through it
and in her hand she has always a bunch of
vivid flame-colored nasturtiums. She
crosses the street with a quick step and
})ulls the bell of the house op?osiw. Be
ore it has fairly begun to_jingle there is a
face at the second floor window above, It
is a bright face but a ¥le one nmiling
above a blue wmpger. he woman wit
the flowers holds them up and nods, and
the pale woman reaches her hands down
ward towards them, and then the door
opens and the flowers and the two women
dnsa{)pvur. One morning the flower
carrier dr(ipped a nasturtium on the side
\l\'ulk and I wore it in my button hole all
S '8 9
It is a noticeable fact that women, no
matter how eloguent, gifted or learned, do
not know how to make speeches, as a rule,
The{ are not sumcientlvxg ‘“‘cagey.” They
say indiscreet things. They tread on Keu
ple’s toes, At a public meeting at which
only ladies wvre{present in New York not
long ago, the wife of oue of America’s best
known ’)rem_-hers made a remark which
must, if it had become generally known,
have half ruined her husband’s life work
and utterly destroyed her own influence—
simply from want of tact. Yet she is a
remarkable woman,
w 9 .9
If women are to extend their i:uhllc ac
tivities it would N? them to take lessons
in speech-making by attending political
meetings, Long practice has made men
adept in avoiding people’'s corns when
they walk. A tenth rate Yolitiml orator
could give most women of high intelligence
g(:inu on “what not tg say and how not
say it.” Yet women are nnguestionably
the more eloguent sex and are su;flmwd
not to be witl‘mut personal tact. All that
they need is a course of attendance at
political "M‘l!fillg.‘i.' S
“It’s queer how business is inflnenced
some times by little things,” said a Provi
dence stationer the other day. “Once, a
business man coming to Providence and
{mttinu up at a hotel, found a very cheap
ooking but very good pen in use in th~
writing rcom, I{i inquired of the land-
Jord where he got the pens, and was re
ferred to me. Well, last month's bill of
goods to that man was at the rate of
about £OO a year. He's one of my best
customers; and a pen did it.”
Races at Narragansett Park,
The races set down for yesterday at Nar
ragansett Park were trotted this after
noon. It was the best dr?'.nn far as weath
er goes, that the Horse Breeders have had
during the week and the crowd was larger
by long odds than on any previous day,
'fim track was in fairly good condition,
There were three events on the program
for the afternoon, the l{nckvilllc Stoek
Farm stake, 4-year-olds eligible to 230
class, £2OO added money: the Woodlake
Farm stake, 2-year-olds, ‘Jm added money;
the Pine Stake yearlings mile dash, €lOO
added money, and the stake race for the
2.0 class,
On Dit at Olneyville,
In the E'l!h'h Distriet Court this morning
Jawes A, Stone was indicted on two coharges
of theft. He wus sentenced to the State “r
-form School clurln* the term of his minority,
Ahout 2 o'clock this moraing .\lur&( ‘onway,
o'm?lnynd s a night hand in the Weyhosset
ma had a finger wr{ bull" crushed,
‘illiam Hnfle{ o Ilnr esdale sustained a
bad fractyge of the right o&whlle at Cranston
last evening. He was carried home,
A man E?m«] Dulavey, Ille on Putnam
street, was last night about 1150 severcly in-
Jured by being ntmr\ with a stone,
Ymfllaj the policemen had thoi{’.flmt
battalion drill of the season on the Dexter
training grounds.
Heat your parlor with an open gas grate. Orna.
mental, odorless, no dust or ashes, and cheaper than
conl., GAS STOVE SlOkE, 10 Markel Square,
Rogem. Peet &
rs, Pee 0.
l:eywn & Cle
New York make of
Fall and Winter
Full dress Suits and Overcoats,
Prince Albert Suite,
Clergymen's thu:.
?mm breast Sack Sults and Overcoats,
Sonble meast Sed
Double breast suits undk()vercontt.
Three-button Cutaway ;roc qu“'
Fine dress and business Pantaloons. v
This m‘kc& Clothing for men and boys is
désigned to take the place of custom work,
MOLLTS BUIEE, rreserrer e rareers s SPO.OO L 0 $47.50
Men's OVerconts. .....covevvvvnens 2000 to 50.00
Men's Pantaloons.........oeevvee 1000 1000
1inyt'?‘um........................ 500 to ZH.OO
BOYE PRI st cecobnesscsiosssses MWD T 4
We offer you a comfilo& Nne of Fall and Win
ter Underwear,
White and Mix.....cooneeeees .. 80, worth 62ge
Camel's Hodr,...oviveiineenee. Bic, worth $l.OO
QRS B ¢ ize ksssasssnassasassransess DA
Natural Wool and White......oeeiiinenes L 0
Natural Wool and White.....ccevevevecnss $2O
BOREIAE 00 TV s v insosss iliaihsnstans non BT
Balbriggan........ .........6t $1.50, worth $2.0
Dr. Warner's Camel’s Halr, both
single and double breast at $2.50, worth $3.00
Speeial this week 100 dozen Cholce
Scarfs, for 76 cents; worth $1 and $1.25, &
cuses l’)erby Hats at bu.uo.
The difference between bxiyln%n Hat of us
and bu{lug of a *fashionable™ hatter Is that
the F. H, sells unl&hln own_ * block," and gets
’;;.w to 85 for it, We have the blocks of all the
ashionable makers and Jfi. $2.00. The quality
of the ** Hats" are practically the same.
Our ?1.50. £L.9O and $2.50 Derbys are He.
under fashionable hatters' prices.
Ladies '
We offer you a choice colloitlon
Fall and Winter 5uit5............$ 5.00 to $45.00
TOR COWE: cosbsssavartcessssioesy DD N&:
BEOGIRRREREE. 425 & ¢ 6040605058004 0 10.%w 15.
ltnrufl(‘urxnenu...... cernrssnaees 1000 t 0 9000
Fur Trimmed C0at5.............. 500t0 00.00
PRI R 10k5%00 0d 408 braaen 5.&&: 16.50
Alnska Seal 5ack5............... 200,00 to 325,00
Mink C?e- 50.00
Marten Capes.....ccovveiesisienen 20,00 to, 40.00
Astrachan Capes.....ccviveveniins 1800 to 85,00
Munk0a.‘w.................... 1800 to 50.00
Black C neb.Capou. 6.{3
China Seal Capes......c...cceeeeee 1600 to 25,
Misses', Children's and Bables' Coats, special
this week. !
100 Ladies’ Reefers and Jackets, half with
Fur Collars, half with plain.
Going at £5.00. Worth »57.50.
W? offer "ou
Mfll‘l‘gmll‘r‘lfiod Fall and V lnu‘; o 81040 81
OOok BUMS. ccoooscessorsace P B 0 »
OVOPODRED.c sussvionsessvsse vhingrda ‘a‘wu-gm
l'uurloons, versnesss SLOO, 82, 82,00, 8, 84,10 85
Reefers. .oo.ovenrenneses $O, $6, $B.OO, $lO, to $l2
Medinm Priced Wool Ruluh
sssensssnsnsssssscs DN D SR %to
OVOTOBRND: ¢ cooeossdssovesicnsvsivess TRED W
PN o 20 is w 0 svns sosshaninr b sinas b O
sficm this week—4oo extra size Men's Pauts
at $4.50 to $O.OO,
Jerome Kennedy
& CO.
120 Westminster street.
Prince of Impersonators
The lirenlt’:lrl l"‘ll'lhf:lig:br:r(sconn Now
A WHOLE ('flg;l.'.\?l\' IN (?Nl.': MAN.,
Young Men’s Christian Association Hall,
Mr. Powers will recite and enact the scenes in
these famous wm-lu‘ lmfemnnln{ eth character
with wonderful skill. His remarkable versatility
and power qlc«? all expectatious.
Reserved Seat Tickets now for sale at the ASSO
ADMISSION 25 CENTS. With Reserved
. _Beat 40 Cents,
Ten Musical Lectures
IHlustrated with Vocal and lunguuwmul Music, to
Fl\cp at the
OCTODER 16" The UOIIMIORJ of Musie.”
23 Folk Songs of Scotland.”
S 0 Seven Centuries of I‘.nwh fong.”
NONEMBER 6-* Music and Health.”
13" The 'l‘ronb.a«mm und the Musie of France.”
20" The erl]hof German Musle,”
JANUARY 1-*The Music of the North."
8" Songs ?nd Legends of the Sea.”
l.'»—"}‘hr} istory of National Music,” Partl,
29+ hg{ll mr'\: of Nuflonn\ Music.” Part 11,
COURSE ('}l-:' S g H_}nze tickets, 50 cents,
r;:- u:lo,fl:'h the M. STEINER SONS' CO,, on and
after b
The Fifth Rhode Tsland Heavy Artillery's
Publication Coming.
A committee of the Veteran Association
of the Fifth Rhode Island Heavy Artillery
will publish very soon an t-lu‘nnlly printed
history of the regiment. This commitiee,
which consists of Col. James Moran, Dr. Al
bert Potter, Joshua C, Drown, Jr., Licut, Chris
topher W, ""wmi'd and Lient. William H,
Chenery, has already had the history prepared,
and has also wade m-arlgc ull the other ar
raugements., The work is hmgflmod under
the personal supervision of Mr, Chenery of the
committee, who is the foreman of the book de
partment of the Press Company, Messrs, Snow
& Farnum, nnd.judfilng from the sheets al
ready printed, 1t will surpass any hlntnr{ yet
issued about a Khode Island regiment. Many
pictures of otMcers and meon, as well as of
places, are scatiered 'hrmul[l the rm and
the cuts are of a -vxf«rlnr 'in‘ ity, being mmtl‘y
fine wood engravings. Tleur-fmd type is
used, the paper is fine and the margins ample.
Mr. (’,‘hem-r¥ of course 18 taking more than ex
tra care with the book, and whan it is finished
his work will show in a way that will please
not only book lovers, but all Intrmufl in ?n
-serving the war records in suitable and endur
ing form. The text has been carefully and
faithfully prepured, and is every way worthy
of its setting.
It was the general verdict yuufllll that
no finer u]-;u-urllu‘hfldx}‘ of men have o ervz
raded our streets than the Uniform ml.
of . Their elegant nnlrurmf and ferly
bearing and splendid marching won the
warmest encomiums of rrulu from hundreds
of s\m tators M”“T ‘t}‘o‘d lbne. The exe 0!{
the day were coucin n p‘rl(! roug
Main, !\rvufld. Nallroad -{mu to 'M'sh wve.
nue to Cold Sf)rllll P'ark, where the evo u&ml
of dress gnrm e and review were porformed in
a creditable manner. ’I"Ro .‘gw‘g:rt division
returned home on the 4:06 P, M. train, and the
ot'llg;er I{{\'lslons (km hteatrtln‘.d i
1w Woon ¢ on an pert
of the Naw.ug'or‘fl'mfld&mo MM
e ey L g M 0 -
eaterday hy J. W, or, gen
{nd other nx\!'llh of the hnlm g
The Woonsocket baseball club disbanded for
the season yesterday,
Family Conl,
flest tamily coal, sove or chestyut, put tn bin §5.25
per ton. 50 Exchange place.
THE \g
Potter & Hes
Special Agents for % %
J. & 1. COUSINS'
New York
FOR , § :?3
Lodies, Misses gl o
Have stood the test of the M’
ern Hemispherve for over thi;l'
years. From Father to Son hfl‘i
been handed down the gfiw?fi
commerce in Ladies’ fine Sho.%
of America, It is needless f(fi“’;
us to state that a line of mér-“
chandise having steadily gamed _,
in popularity for more than I‘
quarter of a century infacoo(f‘«
the most active competi
must be possessed of
merit. Undoubted wear, w’
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surpassing appearance are 4;‘*
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e e e —————————— . ——-——
have fallen, prices never so low before,
while the style, fit and wear have been
greatly improved. The latest productions
only contain the new lmprovements, and
are sold by us at the reduced prices, Our
stock, having been bought for the opening
of our new store, 356 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.
Formerly Brown Shoe Company,
There is such a great demand
for cheap teas that the high
grades are by far the cheapest
in the end. i
I take pleasure in quoting the
best imported at 1 twr Ib., one
teagpoonful of which )eilm-_’i?‘
to four teaspoonfuls of ey
grade and the flavor exquisite. J
Very Choice, . 78¢. per
oy Qrotes, . LN
Choice, . > 50e. ~
Then down in ecasy grada
tion to 40c., 35c. and 8&, while
my 26c, teais sxpnkenof“l..‘qw
to or superior to the erdinary
50c. tea sold in gift stores.
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207 Broad Street.
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