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Newport Mercury (Newspaper) - November 20, 1886, Newport, Rhode Island VOLUME NEWPORT R I NOVEMBER 20 1886 The Mercury JOHN P 272 Thames Cor St II I II IK comer or the Court of Pleas I In Slate Building Notes WHOLE NUMBER on the Pacific Coast I Another of our best known and Messrs Adams builders i have broken round on j home after a and avenue for a new house for Mr William ls lu f Mr n Association of Pacific hi 1775 twi- ii year It Is the olden hi the nnd with less thai Irill a d isen exceptions the oldest pi luted ii language a laigo or tilled with Inter local and gel well-selected and Me farmer and sn In oilier the space given to a i- very valuable to men ayear In In fi at i win always if iii iM In tho taT H hy tho j lo all rew wo will 1 for TIVO DOLLARS which In simply the for ono yeur Or we will send It Isl tsl fur nil can a to II for and II with oilier papers Half Hour Club Tho meeting of the winler held evening The a Hem since was very large nearly two Inn dred persons being present The meet ing proved one of the most ing the club has uver The sub jeel was Oliver Holmes Mi Jones opened the of thu eve ning with an paper on th Life of Holmes Shu was followed b Murphy who read Holmes poem to A pape on Holmes on his Birthday was read by Mrs Professor Fredericks thu audience wilh a song which loudly applauded Miss Pitman read Tho Chambered Nautilus Mrs P Taylor prepared an ing sketch in Holmes Angel This was read Emily Chase which Dr lick added much to thu enjoyment ot the evening by a song Prof playing thu accompaniment ter a short intermission there wure readings by Mr I an lent paper by Mrs Alfred W Chase on Dr Holmes on Crowing Old The was read by Mr John 11 Professor Fredericks rendered a piano solo in a most excellent manner after came short selections from Holmes writings by members of the club Misses Cottrell and Downing drawing the mimes of members Tien followed a by Dr and Miss Hattie Downing in a very manner Holmes and Liberty The Judge r Mi i M i ii I In 1 las at K n n n i I harn near he house of Voile I II f ft hy the burning ot a a I line Hie tint F Young and brother vs Jtihu Slum and wife continued and those i David M Coggeshall vs William I executor Wall Hennessey vs Charles II A Mo the Kay H vs th same and Lorenzo vs th name were settled The eases of Shit against Michael appl lame Waldron appt and Charles A Th win were discontinued The grand jury returned early hay ig but one indictment That wa Mary J Murray for keeping liquor nuisance She was mil pleaded not guilty lu the two liquor cases against Ed yard Shields appealed from the defendant pleaded nolo lore and Was sentenced to lino am en days in thu Comity jail on he complaint The case of rine vs ton was continued In that of Maria A Cook and others vs Hunter v plaintiff to ment and appealed J J pleaded nolo to the three complaints against him and got Sill and ten days in the Newport jail on two of them The case tried by jury was of Amos F Marvel vs and resulted in a In the eases of state vs D Sullivan a dict of guilty was rendered for the nnd he pleaded to In thu ease the de- fendants pleaded nolo and mid their lines In the appealed case of Slate vs in Jr u verdict of guilty was obtained and the defendant lined All mil costs In thu liquor case against John Shea l verdict of rendered while n that against John thu jury a verdict of acquittal Thu indictment against liernard was continued to May John was acquitted Mrs Murray re- her plea of not guilty and took ur sentence court d to a from Monday Kngs t Co in which he continued un- til his withdrawal some few years since After this he himself to the settling up of estates in which he always satisfaction to all ties being correct and est in all his transactions He serve several years in tho Asylum Hoard w Trustee in Newport Hospital lie dally while in health ai for many years was the junior wardo if Trinity church and was always after her Interests lie was a goo an indulgent father 1 fin and many a poor anil late person received from Inn knew nut from whoso hand the came But lie is no longer with in le has gone to his reward Hu lea t widow three daughters and wo son o thu loss of an indulgent huh laud and father The cause of his dentil was sarcoma rom which he suffered for thu las mouths His funeral held in Trinity on Wed esday last the death having t 4 o'clock on Sunday -I Magill officiating ml were largely attended The following preamble and resolu ons were adopted at a meeting of tin estry of Trinity church on londay evening last has been by that our late associate Mr long a member of this stry and for many years thu Junior of the Parish has been taken vay by tho hand of death after a evo and illness it is the isli of the vestry to testify to his Ion id efficient service as an officer of the church and to pay the respect due to the memory of one who was an and an active earnest worker in all that tends to the growth prosperity of thu fearing man whoso benevolence led him to minister to the wants of the sink and infirm without as In their faith or creed Therefore solved That in the death of Mr this vestry has lost one of its most earnest and devoted workers that as a mark of respect to his memory we will attend his neral in a body that tender to the ly of our deceased associate our heis and a bath room in tho second story which is to project out in front to make it foot for The hall will be ed and all the interior finish will be in stained woods The is to be ready for occupancy the first of May Mrs Charles Wheeler of Philadelphia is having a story exten- sion built to one of her tages enue the second from and Jho bay on the waterside is to be carried up as a tower with the upper part an open balcony The Drat story of the addition is to hp a drawing room and will bo elegantly finished In Dutch style with an seven feet Mr J D is doing Mr Johnston is also building n largo stable feet on for Mr Geo W Weld of Boston The lower story will contain nine single and two box skills with all the Secretary of the American Association of the Pacific Coast was received lie explained the pose of his mission These are to en- courage those in the work to establish new churches to reach the great body f unchurched Unitarians on and to encourage ami forward the Unitarian work on the coast The Secretary reported this to he a ble time for Unitarian work on the I Coast lie said that the that society is it- self on a broad and settled basis fornia was particularly hospitable 16 liberal ideas That the work has not greater strength was due to a lack of systematic work No lity of S.OOU inhabitants on the coast is 6 support church Los Angeles has within three years built eighteen Che Unitarians have a society there but no church building There are few avowed apl leal's tavern anil Mr stoic the n Km- ol loin s and store and Mr s and shop were wil many and inns anil win m lit Vt a nir of the the muse and many other houses anil having on lire Hut vigilance t f Mr house and mat side of the way otherwise al al part of the town would con Soil is Xew iTTi last i of provincial in als May B of April when lu that po t were then tak niK on hoard several of and one of horse for on the 12th of the following apt fell In with in lat IS Ions 23 six and a hrlg from to wilh in Los Angeles At Pasadena way at- the Continental there me several Unitarians one bein son of nil Tho The Hon H K.c ion nox sums all tne person ol Dr Cronill They were met a lew of a class ll: Unitarian society has now i -able A portion of the story I 11 be finished otr into a convenient embraces much of wealth and wlih'a I of Sail Diego At Santa Barbara a was occasion I neat church structure has been built I hy the of i The congregation is line in quality if j S i not large Key Mr Jackson is the h.dfinfs pastor In -San Francisco the Secretary Newport May is 1775 assured that 0 found that Dr work had cd lie had i i Tory vill bf finished oil a convenient n and for i structure of the stable wil be about i 1 I'he Woods estate on HU avenue about a He had over j side has in favor go by Mrs ohn Obrien V I here over ml made the nj John m ot i ork twenty-two years Al Portland there provisions forthe of s undergoing extensive changes Tho is an earnest Unitarian Church There is being moved lo the extreme Sunday schools con- almost ack part of the lot to make room for JV is lie erection of a largo stone villa It for a lime as an orthodox clergyman now intended to begin work on the ew as old one is ot in The work of moving and citing the present building me by 1 D Johnston is being Mrs Philip A Stockton of Huston is iving a addition feet on avenue and Conn his work is also being clone by Mr The lower story will bo in stylo for a library r ul associate our Ilio following were cere condolence and warmest eunis V Sullivan vs Philip thies v Co nil for Hie Secretary be di- Albert Sullivan nil as in submits for for It'll and costs execution Weaver vs Charles II H Nov 17 ley settled Ii A- I Co vs Philip F A- and furnish the a copy At a of the of the ft very night form Neck liy a gentleman from Xew York we hat the worthy In Franklin arrived in Philadelphia and ol the for whole regiment of a -j L: He withdrew and is about lo join Ibis At an Indian school near Salem he found an Indian girl reading Dr on Self Culture Ibis the Secretary thought indicates that the spirit of is in the air although the movement may not be At Vancouver the tary was cordially received by a clergyman who invited him to occupy his pulpit More than this thu introduced Mr Wendte -o provisions to his congregation At Walla Walla mwn here there was once a nan has refused lo con u tins country this we have from a who left of March -i I'he the hack tent and Xew York all the cannon and stores at frown A ol Is now on In South J Hy a gentleman from Xew York ed that the merchants and other f that inles to tlie they to from WHOLESALE and RETAIL DEALERS Goal and Wood Alt the best varieties for FAMILY STEAM AND FOR- NACEUSE YARDS AND OPPO AND SHERMAN'S WHARF A NEW DEPARTURE Offices close each ng Mondays and Saturdays at 6 clock P M of nod Mrs Duncan Pell has returned to her nds of mule was once a church the society was discontinued when the town met reverses It seemed difficult to start the work id the second story for chambers Mr has awarded tho infract for a new house on his lot on Berkeley avenue to the brothers j to Mr Henry Clews York be a typical development of banker is about to begin extensive young Minneapolis improvements to his already I M at I ln i I ka there was an Indian rad and Lite known as Ibo The plans j half of his congregation went out have been drawn and put out Indians lie had about lifty an expenditure n r e Last from Mr T W Phinney has returned from Chicago and is at his cottage Hill on Carrol avenue Last Friday a arrived here from M m pretence to procure a load church again lor at Caspee lint tis lora very use ion Wednesday Co nil were brought to a close by the entire for for sio ilA land costs execution issuing forthwith audience singing Holm Hymn of Peace.- Tho poem was read by Mr Howard Smith Miss worth and Miss Stanlon acted as hostesses of the evening and performed their duty very acceptably The sub- for the next meet ng will he Ralph Waldo Curtis -on and William A Merited Compliment Mr William J the city clerk and to the Hoard of dermen was presented hy tho latter board Saturday evening with a Supreme Court In Hie case of James M Meade for It has pleased Cod to re- move by death late associate and friend Samuel lings for many year's a and of the pital therefore That we mourn the loss of one whose sterling integrity ing adherence lo convictions of for bids call for from to and work be begun as soon as the I 1 I Hint v for calling a no to him a- ol rl lu liquor nuisance which was j and unostentatious charity regulated m trial as the went to press Christian principle have im- pressed all who knew him well That we recall with tude and bear cheerful testimony to interests unselfish last week the jury rendered a verdict of guilty after being out nearly four hours In the case of John er for the same the jury ed to agree Patrick Hunt whose was in hist week's conviction was Saturday to thirty days in the Providence Comity jail and a line of and costs This is the some and valuable case of solid silver forks and spoons A special of the Hoard had been called and after some minor business had been got through with the members went into j ftf when the trial of executive session His Honor Mayor Powel then in a few well chosen words made the presentation as Mr j Catholic Total Abstinence the Stevens was taken completely by of but an c At es are needed both that meet in wretched halls is i I wo thousand dollars would build a The people arc enterprising ii Mr J Johnston is makill I'he money comes to San 01 run alterations To I t CoU s new cottage Indian avenue should contribute to a lot for a on h at Seattle At up men d fora very HM Mr Joseph the popular of the Casino leaves to-day for Jacksonville Florida where he will spend the winter rapt Mr town Surinam Capt John in Dr W C stoddard the dentist has his quarters from 1ST Thames street lo Washington Square over Mr William Post KM is of Xew Vork respective cottag their winter homes Mr John W closed their I returned to church At np i e and to I he regular meeting of the land where Inve been held mi their winter homes Associates X M It A Tuesday j were dead at but now i ning on he third are j i V M sary of the are i f land with buildings on Pope his untiring devotion to the of this Institution and his consecration of time and thought in its behalf from the day of its tion to the time when increasing lents wore served after which came united behalf from the day of its compelled his withdrawal from I music and dancin took tire no Iron music and ol Hour i- I'll i lire o active in our counsels i Wilson had a narrow do Andrew i Nathaniel Carey i day evening by the wire comin in ilv C of Thursday with e by in fo t this port Thursday ing while in ettin his i do i sentence which of her up err and who seeing the end from Small The body was brought heavy he had taken the boat in tow of i Klius The court then adjourned to the ashore at noon and an inquest and when the Elm street pier of December when trial of placed i f the be sent to the family of the deceased liters that the on to a large sail boat made fast to the the people were eased fell in time lire cases will be resumed The semi-annual That tin's Hoard attend the of the j funeral services W I but managed an ihV H n I n v nl ise Complimentary remarks of His Honor to be the largest Fn the 1 fa on of the board i ceased fell down the cabin stairs of pier holding on to morning while in very feeble grapnel He had scarcely immediate health causing Almost X The to save the in Mr store of Hie cd his new footing when the boom of ploye swung round j the Second church on Thanksgiving day at 11 o'clock liev Dr Randolph will preach the se A lad named Frederick dishing was sent t-i the State day for having stolen from his em- ployer Mr Arthur chase of On Kriday I'M there will Thc Secretary and and tho committee have issued a be a public examination of teachers upon the elementary branches of Coronet Council Xo Royal num called on Friday of last week of the school committee upon Mrs widow of Mr at the r ar- Clarke at nine j and paid over to her the A a It will be open first to those sum of which was due her by residing in Newport who have completed the Rogers High Schoo course or its equivalent and second to those resident elsewhere who in tion to a high school education have had normal school training or ful experience in teaching All sons to lake the examination am expected to notify the ent immediately Sfr II -I Jones whose furniture and is Mill street are just now attracting much attention enumerates in another column some of his special for tlie holidays I his reasons of her husbands wilh the order This ingly prompt payment and reflects t The tug has reached terra only hard swim a barge carrying the Mr cT W lot it is understood can be bought for j which is to be laid photographer at tl Island and the mainland and Marlboro sirw Two cables have been already laid i soliciting the necessary fund about lahle pretence we the [.cople at the manned out two other retook the ps and carried them into Fair Haven of I A Is advertises in an- held in the Union Congregational Thanksgiving kept to their evening at The congregations the vill highest credit upon the excellent making it Mrs S V It Thayor has closed her cottage in Tiverton and returned Hoston for the winter was read by Lieut A L to Mrs A Van has returned from and Is nt her New Vork resilience Mr John O C thin city was mind In Wednesday UP had leen missing since Sunday Dr W Thornton Parker llov J Magill I 0 and Chaplain Morrison I S Navy have Kimo to New York to be present at a general meeting of the fuild of St Luke in United Slates which Calvary church yesterday at 12 o'clock noon A Washington dispatch to the York says that Mr Carlisle will probably not he a candidate for the of life next house of He is very much troubled over tho prospect of a contest for his scat by his late competitor the leading courts of Robert Welsh about TO years of age was found dead in his chair Thursday evening nt his home on Holland street examiner Turner was called but no inquest was necessary and hrass cannon and mortars besides a champion of that sport will spend the of Halifax have destroyed winter abroad dividing his time among Yesterday two arrived at Huston from with about three nnd we hear four others vn Inn Ing on hoard MM troops linge is a furth The In your ing programme will bo I exercises call from Scott 3 of minutes I of London and Its early Sir Vars 5 Music U Heading selections from Miss II K 7 anil religion of tho An MIssT K French French Throwing light lliL Silla C Miss II E Mini Smith
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