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Newport Daily News (Newspaper) - February 3, 1882, Newport, Rhode Island 11 Dally In I Vol XXX VI I Nil S NEWPORT R I FRIDAY FEBRUARY 8 1882 113 cents H week to copies THE MORNING'S NEWS BANKERS BROKERS THE JEANNETTE woman named Cronin j town of has turned in- in Commercial anil ami on lo check nt ol Lulled Slales tree ol London anil Continent in- ol In nil of world upon security ami on Private ISTo 53 It I J ekson William Jr IXE EN 13 SAVINGS BANK OF NEWPORT It 1 Jan issi liave J n on all by rules thereto ul rale ol live per cent per annum on ami after tins II The Feb Secretary Lieutenant li W II Schultze of navy as the to assist Lieutenant in the search for and his inul they will j former and has sworn against eighteen who and disguised at her house The French Financial Feb bank called the Credit Provincial and a few outside brokers failed an- j thai M and Fider maunder of he Union j from Hie on anil OX Co Jt For any amount al lie market rates A S A ARTICLE IX 5.75 STOVE A LS I Lykens Valley Coiil at Lowest Trim MAPLE PINE v WOOD Pine or Fat Wood for in nuy CO Xew York on Saturday with th of Irkutsk tho middle of March Their instructions are not quite complete Imt will include orders to spare neither nor expense in prosecution of the work assigned to them Lieutenant is in com- of tlie torpedo Alarm al navy yard here Master is on leave in St Louis officers have ex- pressed n cheerful willingness to the duty anil were selected of their peculiar and capacity for the service Lieutenant friend of Jeneral anil estimates for the im- of rivers and harbors for he current year advise an appropriation of The Commerce Committee decided to limit the Hiver and bor to with n special np of al the the Mississippi river The House Committee on and Post have already under con- sideration the proposition the ter postage to two cents for each The of the Coniniitieeis understood to lie the immediate adoption of such a rate though is looked to not unlikely rate in the future The committee have already reported the rate ised by W H is suffering from a severe cold One of the jail officials who observed Discovery if Long's I list The of ho his duties he expects to return and will his home in Hartford The funeral of the late Kev Dr took place Thursday from All Souls Church New York of which he pastor for many years The were lust evening at a i of lie Hoard of Directors and that it is staled legal are lo be several of llm di- rectors M mid Fider lire charged with and will not obtain a trial by In the Deputies ted by M Andrieux wore Wm II M Chandler 1 W Dorman li Katon Arnold If anil Joseph II The Dr of Xew York and Kev Dr of v I and the funeral oration was delivered In- 1 Herald has Kev who paid tribute to the memory of minister The remains were then con- to W nnd Lyons was Humbert Minister of Justice stated that The following important despatch received direct this morning from al Our three boat left Island til bound for Barker nim miles We got clear of Ih from the northeast and the boat the night o sae a was loaded deeply 1 losl her musts Wi legn should also water The boat was abandoned twi miles from the bench and taken against the Board of ence of the Union Full -J Lord Mayors Jewish relief fund has reached The Match Feb -In the international billiard match tonight made one run of but was unable to catch up with Slosson who dosed left off at of We and proceeded south on September 111 Lieutenant De Long's last record have found rends as let 1 Fourteen of the officers and men of Ih reached this hut on September and having been for the river to over ar His average during t was 35 while I proceeding to cross to the west side this was has tile on their journey to reach some winner of this tii a similar match Schooner all on Feb a morning e prisoner closely says that he tl not be surprised if did live to be hanged as his health appears lo be failing rapidly The appointed lo try Fast Assistant Paymaster S D I S N on the charge of intoxication adjourned today The record of the is now in the hands of the Judge cate of the Navy Tlie charge was proved but here is question as the responsibility of Paymaster by reason of mental weakness The President today approved the granting additional pension lo Lincoln The President so far hns heard nothing from Justice Ward Hunt in reference to his resignation as recently provided for by act of Congress the beach near Station it was found lobe the two-masted er of tons burthen Her foremast with alt its gear had been carried away and the vessel is cut down and has the appearance of having been rundown It is quite probable that was overturned on the outer bar ing is known of the crew and therein every reason lo believe Hint they are all lost Telegraphic communication is still interrupted the wires being prostrated more or less for twenty miles above this town THE PEOPLE'S COAL CO advanced the of i t is the general belief that the present incumbents of the of ler and master General will be placed on th Old Kates tired list and WOOD use PERRY BROTHERS IN ITS I'll AT TUB NEWS JOB OFFICE last day or two among political arrivals from York of a project to begin ar- rangements to secure the nomination of Colliding for iovernor of Xew York The the Polished BIRDCAGES Anil nil Work anil no nfl to the AS IX ANY OF work jit sembly convened at II o'clock and the call of the roll for Speaker was entered on the Assembly Chamber was crowded the news of the having spread to the hotels and throughout lie city The Senate met at II o'clock and without doing any business tool a recess till it should lie seen whether the negotiations between the Den ratic factions were to be continued When the name of Mr the Tammany man was called a dead silence prevailed Mr Bogan in reply named I J For a few moments con- took hold of the Democrats while the Republicans faces lighted up with smiles As the other Tammany men voted for their old candidates it was concluded that they were putting a joke on thn audience and that on the second ballot they would wheel into line for terson This theory proved to lie cor- rect anil the in the sembly was seen to be broken after live weeks of boys play of time and stirring up of deal of bad blood Tammany man lustily CASWELL HAZARD null Dispensing Chemists itli A V UN UK STHERT nth it i PURE WINES AND LIQUORS KOU on river I two hut fur to game in our ing we no four for rh Our party aiv all well Hans in nt frost IIP found in lints on of the river almi Pile linl A single the worst years alter this allays tlie intense nl after warm in sets as a poultice KiVes in- stant is nut ot the private in I nothing eNo lion ol I scores oi pile cures II to say I Inn 1 have never anything which jrave nt ft Indian I linti o nn of per v CO land O John M Newport It I i C Cutuhvin A Agents Mass BARKER BROTHERS Practical Gas Fitters ome from the DK Three other records have been found died on October 7 The parly were ill great distress for want of food and were sent for relief on October They south for nnd were found in a starving condition on October by three natives who look to a settle They could not make themselves understood News of hem reached us on October An immediate search was commenced and the party were traced to a wilderness on the west bank of the Leini The natives re- fused further work nnd a return lo was to get sistance on A large force is now searching having to dig out as the is deeply ered with snow The wilderness is de- void of game Very prompt and action was taken by the Russians is being made Jack Cole is quil He is violent id- times He has softening of the Mv left eye is ruined and my right one Jis impaired The other i Goods CHAMBER SUITES and in reasonable prices of u ol nil forget If von lo name thai sired Is The school in Xo r will In- held in the Literary Society until arrangements can be made Three boys were arraigned in the tice Court Monday for breaking and en- tering a house and taking away a watch a revolver a pair of rubber boots and other articles One was one fined and costs and the sent lo jail nt A brilliant social event occurred in town cuing Il was the marriage of Mr Win F White partner of the linn of White Brothers K I Miss Olive C vant second daughter of Kev nnd Mrs W IL residents of town The wedding took place in the tional Church and preceded bv nn rgan of selections which ere finely rendered bv Miss T Clark of Little I D STOCK IX STAFFORD BRYER 90 Thames Street iinA TO t I'll 1 without LARGE and ELEGANT LINE n F BRUSSELS TAPESTRY and INGRAIN CARPETS Oil Cloths Linoleums im ivi ATWATER HOUSE Xo north Thames SI cor Creen Meals at of clioieesl lira I von hand at the Also lo lei or very and will do well lo nl either of Hie AMBROSE DINING IS the in gel First Table Board at the Most Also in or singly lolei anil served in every style Meals at ail hours lake the early illy train or boats cull llaye Die I M Clothing OVERCOATS AT OTTO aving my s THAMES i inn York Hal A1 PICTURE FRAMING AND GILDING in d cluss G Shaw 160 Thames St I In- most inn in i nm n try wr work for nr wurk A-r Win C Cozzens Co nt i 4 st T i v LANGLEY SHARPE I t n t ask Condensed Wahash Ind Wednesday Jinny town of 1 Insurance Company OK Cash Assets Lossos Paid in still ai of mi nil property ami nt low us by tiny company Very low rules on nnd for term if years D DAVIS Agent AT OKI I H the announced result the cheers wore renewed Mr Alvord Mr Brooks Mr o the chair amid of hands and of approval and good The effect of organizing lie Assembly on the deadlock in the Semite is likely tn lie immediate nml The many men have heen in un ward position by the have accepted the cus candidates of tlie las Fixtures Burners All orders for work receive TUB SHADKS OF Stamped Utrecht PLUSHES A REIGN The Full lint lost major of their in Union that lost d nnf figures K may he thn nKn hut the were safely in- vested K he mimey wis in iri ut all events the impression that tlm of the wished to create Fob J to the UN- MS OK NOT view lias talien place he Minister of and llm Tapal nuncio the of tlm thn behavior nf several Upholstering Goods Dining Furniture Order and inaile over at the Waff F Franklin St by nearly to of the This is he ill will from in Mrs Anire tuken to lav or two suffering from died day In her found kink hooks representing deposits of and 1C in rush A farm near ington Territory Wednesday hi and with it a woman ami her children A verdiet of willful at Out Thursday inst Smith Jr 1 I v for killing hin uncle last week There are eases of in Cincinnati 229 Thames St TIN COPPERS f 195 THAMES H 1 HAIR EMPORIUM j of has delivered of tl Mm Mrs Sluwe is in Florida nnd Iter is hotter than it was he Cornell oarsman of doubtful reputation is captain of a boat crew who has been blind in one eve has now lost of Mr who bnill the at Vale College is about to pre- sent it with a of During a lecture Wednesday A IU OK All work Tin ami Oc EVERY ABROAD journal a Fell J Mr a money in nl Kcli U Nearly every nf one of been on of In the murder of thf server Mr The nf my In ance linn rue lo aunt her company lo the lint heretofore III II over nil In- nt thin n violently ill with of the Tlie Council of has refused lo the pardon for Chariot P of Full now in the State Trison Tho in of ominous havo to voto with Sir the admission of Mr to the seat he claims in The widow of has no and has painting font living SOUK of her friends are moving to some national relief for who in York for comn is seriously ill Mr was for many yearn of Hit New York The annual masK for the of the sonl of Napoleon II was celebrated at St Church in Paris a days Tho former chaplain tc Iho the II is staled that an of lien Mill's recently matin indicates that il will noun lo op- upon with in is hat lif will not recover from the effects of the cancer Mrs Sherman has elected president of the ciety Washington an Indies which aims for poor of that Hie and vestments Mi who for years has tilled of left After he is T Steam Presses Paper a n tt C a rd C u t te rs S te re- Apparatus and other Machinery with a Type and Material of the best of its kind A 1 a r g e s toe k o f p 1 a i n a n d fancy Papers and Card Board is on hand at all times and the Latest Novelties are shown and can be furnished at short notice New founts of Modern Type are added as they are issued from best foundries and it is the design of the ment to keep the fully up to the requirements of the best taste at all times All work is of the best and prices are as low as good work ean be afforded DAVIS PITMAN aper AT 27 BROADWAY and 1 ST CORNELL SON WONDERFUL INVENTIONS The the Ladies and are Hut are no compariso tot o Hie and Tiie when worn m solljcifin lo cover the and nerve to directions will cure all I lial are Kill cure worst cases of ever known is a case of Inn If worn lo All men know I hat medicine will not cure lint Itie will jf it also cure and ol the Heart Disease lor Varicose Veins nun ol Kidneys diseases and all female Weakness as a cure for Pneumonia and all such as etc There are now people wearins these In New and lenee and there are men of real such as Cooper Thurlow Weed Tom ten ami There liave been scores of these sold in tins city m last few weeks ami hey are wonderful cures test inn in ials can lie seen at this CHARLES F FRASCH Thames Street Hafs Bonnets low Mint ciin Don't iro nut ol 111 cily lo von will von liur Plushes skins Velvets Crupe kr NOT 10 In or pr HAIR AND FANCY Stamping Hilk A Coffin's anil XO 1 Miss M K Cottrell Has from n n i A MILLINERY Fall and Winter Season Fine Pocket and Table Cutlery M I f H X Funcy mid STANDS l Tool J NEW AND BEAUTIFUL mm IF TYPE New Type BEST STOCK and MATERIAL News Printing Office for city was stricken down will paralysis laid for weeks in St Hospital Vork and I he physicians his ease hopeless Mr pul on the of lone ISsI and is today almost well tie ever was Send a- call for a circular al the Principal for Xew XO 174 STREET n j f- f- T M X T JE I i nf FALL AND Suitings PANTALOON GOODS William C Langley MERCHANT 104 106 Thames cor Mary St A NKW LINK OK SPRINGFIELD DYE HOUSE ol nil in TO WATER IS TO THAT win TIIK ARE TUB UK F HX OAVS OX UK T 1 Id TO SI MOT CHAS B WEAVER AGENT E P SWAN Thames Street A OK Winter IX AT J LAMBERT 10 srr MOST STYLES HUM Till MV TIIK TIIK I LADIES FUR-LINED CIRCULARS Cards Billheads and Oilier LiKe Uses New material Is constantly to the EWS JOB OFFICE H M vomo Blue Grass Whiskey V tr tc A Best FLOUR Always on Hand that you call liny a of D W f lif for I 5 to E 138 HO THAMES STREET SILK UMBRELLAS nm GOULD SON
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