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Newport Daily News (Newspaper) - May 2, 1882, Newport, Rhode Island BANKERS BROKERS m meat ami oilier Hint class Homls ami on deposit ac counts subject lo lor depositors In all parti ol the United states tree of Drafts lor sale on London Purls iwi principal cities of I be- Continent of ar Letters of Credit for traveler available In all purls of lie world tho Now ion on New York and No 52 St K I Joshua Clias H Jr Jr BANKERS and BROKERS So Exchange St K I WASHINGTON ml n liny and sell strictly on commission ail slocks dealt m at the N V Stock Exchange S Stocks nml on Private and direct telegraphic cation with New York Correspondence solicited EXCHANGE on LONDON and PAULS ON Morton Co London Co Parie any at tlie rates for A S MERCHANTS liANK CREMIN BUTLER PLUMBERS Street A full line of CLOSETS and all materials All work warranted to orders Telephonic connection TOT IN TO OPENSHAW Most Sanitary SMITH'S CLOSETS very best yut can in nl Wo G Jgt trout 1882 PAINTING Don't are lull or then your house or bum painted the next day The earnestly re- his propose this season and are disposed lo help me get debt lo me their order mm nnd 1 us work as is done in tills any oilier eily All favors will lie and work and stock Carriage Painting AT TIIK OLD STAND AS USUAL CARRIAGES HI as 1 want money more tlian I Id tin To punctual me their inule in tlie I return my core nnd hope some tune to return A L Burdiek AND HOUSE SI reel and Weaver Avenue rear of Ocean House Tlie Knox Plan May Knox says ho understands that several banks whoso expire today are to reorganize lie terms of his letter to The plan nn which this action is possible was sta four months ago in his report and is exact accord with the opinion of the A General Mr Kuox favors legislation on the subject as considers it desirable for many bnt if Congress takes no action the ban will probably reorganize in the same ma ner us the First Chicago and Second Oi have done Georgia's Senators Georgians are quite concerned at tl interruption of their state's represent ion in the Senate Both Senators II are unable the duties and will be prevented from doii so for some time even if they ultimate regain their health The general is that neither of them will return to tl chamber The It is expected that the House will to morrow resume the consideration of th tariff commission and that it will b continued without until is obtained Messrs Kelley Randall Tucker and Morrison of the coin are prepared to speak the two first-named for the and the two las against it Unless interrupted by ness committees ou appropriations or elections a vote on the commission may bo looked for the latter part of the week General Sherman Before General Sherman departed on his extensive tour of of the army posts in the southwest and on the Pacific coast he caused it to be made known publicly that he was in favor of the compulsory retirement feature of the army appropriation ami that he be- hoved firmly in requiring all officers to go upon the retired list upon reaching the age of sixty-two as provided in said Something has occurred to change eral Sherman's views since he loft ington as he has been telegraphing here against the enactment of this clause out an exception is made m Of Bu general of the army the rank of colonel The to be Checked The President has decided to put the Indian outbreak in Arizona down as soon as possible and lias so expressed self to the Secretary of War who lias been instructed to take prompt and measures to that end Orders were issued today for additional troops to proceed lo the scene of trouble in Arizona and aid the troops there in venting further acts of violence and bringing the hostiles to speedy justice probabilities are that the troops in Arizona and New Mexico will be united m one command under the brigadier general yet lo be assigned to that duty Kotos The in executive session bns confirmed the nominations of Adam of Now York to be consul eral ut Havana nnd T I of I charge to mark Secretary has appointed Tames K of the tax office New York city as superintendent of the govern Dalton Mass where Jo in- oii Monday next J firm in the year and n half in which ho had been in their employ The Mexican Central Railroad Monday opened to traffic to kilometres north of Now Mexico Sealing schooner Express at skins While I Mrs Julia Ward preached at Keone K II on Sunday Mr Thomas i Appleton his Newport collage this summer Mr Bennett's bod in his now steam i vacht is said to have cost J was attacked by thirty savages SIODO and dangerously wounded Sealing in that locality is reported unusually good says he has been received at Lordsburg N j a Mr E C the poet sails j for Europe this week being suddenly called away on business I Mrs Howe and Maud Howe I come to their Rhode Island home for the i season in about ten days Mme Nilsson hits resumed her own She says she determined on this course shortly after her husband's death Senator Bon Hill has lost a brother sister and two aunts from the same disease has taken such a hold upon own system Alexander H voice still I retains its wonderful ring and can bo heard easily ii all parts of the hall of the House of Representatives Mrs has sent several they have been planted with appropriate j exercises in place in that city I Tho German elocutionist Herman Linde who knew all of Shakspeare Schiller and some other authors by heart is said to be dying of softening of brain in New York Mr Gladstone is spending the Par an engagement on the between apt command and Ihc Indians at a point miles south of near the line of Old co fifteen Indians arc reported killed loss is four killed Thirty-three coal miners wero arrested at by n sheriff's posse Monday afternoon ou charge of cy These men and it is alleged intimidated men who were en- gaged to take their places They were to furnish I bail each The mammoth hotel at which originally cost over sold yesterday to John L loder for subject to a mortgage of There is another mortgage of and the purchase was made n the interest of the bondholders and creditors Tho Massachusetts House yesterday to be engrossed the Senate to the railroad commissioners a to decide upon the exigency of before they are constructed vith amendments which make the to the New York and Boston Railroad Company It was stated i debate that this road had abandoned ie idea of coining into Boston at Charles reel and would seek entrance near the station j recess in writing one or twi magazine articles and countless Yesterday Ill Trov 3 In i Worcester lu 7 Chicago H Cleveland -I IN SPAIN H somewhat better s reported io be FOREIGN IMPERISHABLE Murray FLOMA WATER Best for TOILET BATH and HANDKERCHIEF BARKER BROTHERS Practical Gas Fitters in slook ji full til das Burners k W All work luft us will D W S JUKI received an invoice of six barrels Blue Grass Whiskey a choice line of NKW THAS anil FANCY mill fcc Air A Best FLOUR Always on Hand Mini you liny u or AKenI II I St May A despatch lo the Standard from St Petersburg says Lieutenant Danenhower seaman Cole and the Chinese steward of the have arrived there will arrive on Tuesday Colo is completely de- and is sometimes almost Lieutenant Danenhower scorns convinced that Captain DoLong will lever be found alive Lieutenant hower contemplates reading a paper be- fore the Geographical society on the possibilities of trade on the north coast of Siberia He is loud in his praise of the Russians for the kind manner in which he and his companions have been treated by them LONDON May Standard in a loading editorial says there can be no longer any doubt that we are in the midst of s ministerial crisis At the Cabinet Council yesterday decisions were ar rived at whereof the first consequence will be resignation The News questions whether retirement will not be sooner or later in- in the decision of the Cabinet with regard lo their policy toward Ireland on May Farrar in his sermon at Westminster Abbey Sunday night eulogized the late Mr Darwin He said that there were reasons to believe that the attacks made upon religion iii his name were contrary to his solemn con- He maintained that religions faith rests upon foundations which no physical discoveries can The May North Herman Gazelle denies tho ruth of the rumors of a meeting of the three emperors H says the agreement between HID emperors re quires no personal interview lo ensure its More to Iho May Allen lino will sail on June from Foynes for Boston thus initialing a new emigrant service from this point io the Atlantic ports Work on tho Channel May Iho House of Commons his evening Hon James Chamberlain president of the board of trade announced hat tho had concluded lo stop work on Iho channel lunnel until further action had I ecu taken by Parliament in the mailer The relations of servants with 5 are on a democratic footing in Spain chad an admirable butler at Madrid io used to join in the conversation at ble whenever it interested him and K always answered with good grace by e who admitted him to ir intellectual repast at the same nt that he was proffering them Those servitors he Fonda do Lindo were still more in- formal to take naps regularly twice a day in the hall nnd could not got through serving dinner without an cigarette between the courses To save labor they would place a pile of plates in front of each person enough to hold the list of viands That last phrase is a euphuism however for Iho meal each day consisted of he samo meat served in three relays without vegetables followed by fowl an ance of beans and Even this they wore not particular to give us ou the hour Famished beyond one evening nt S o'clock we went stairs mid found hat not tho first movement toward dinner had boon made The waiters wero ing and gossiping in lie rather frowned upon oar desire for food but we finally persuaded them to yield to it After had bought some tomatoes and made a salad at dinner be management was put 1111 its mettle and improved slightly Fish in this is always brought on somewhere in the dinner like the German pudding and our landlord astonished ns by following the three courses of slewed sardines fried in oil and mass of boiled green poppers After that we were P Luthrop in Harper's Magazine and postal cards and tilling up any spare moments with chopping his woods The London World contemplates paying visit to America this year He will bo companied by the Countess and also in all likelihood by Professor Donaldson and Professor Huxley Sir Edwin Booth it is said is dis- posed to decline the dinner which his friends and admirers wish to give him previous to his departure for Europe at the close of Ibis mouth and it is ble that dinner will not take place It is said the Princess Waldeck who has just married Prince Leopold is uot a beauty nor a very learned lady nor i very witty person but she is pleasant or rather merry good tempered lo a fault fairly well informed and the best of com- pany She hose qualities which her husband lacks and so in her character is found happy auguries of the marriage Colonel T W mg m the Woman's Journal of low nnd Emerson are gone and who shall take their ft is the question that was asked before they began their work and that will be asked after their successors have finished theirs Men die nations fluctuate schools of thought come and go but here is always someone somewhere to take torch of truth and carry it on Sydney Smith wrote in ISIS There does mil to be m America at this moment one man of any considerable talents ami yet at that very moment Emerson was lire paring to write his first prize essay On the Character of Socrates in Harvard It is for ns to laurel Iho dead auu encouragement to the eternal forces of the universe will take care of Ihc rest made us provided for in this section and shall retain for inspection of the Mayor City Marshal Chief of Police Deputy Chief of Police or any member of the detective police of any city Chief of Police or Town Sergeant of any town all articles received in pawn fora period of at least forty-eight hours from the timo such articles wero received and for the violation of any of the provisions of this section shall bo lined one hundred dollars Sice Xo pawnbroker so licensed as aforesaid shall purchase any second-hand articles or sell dispose of or keep for sale any second-hand articles except they have boon pawned to him and are sold under the provisions of section -1 of this Chapter and any article sold to pawnbroker upon understanding tha said article IK to be purchased from sail pawnbroker by the seller thereof or In any person acting for such seller Khali be deemed to have been pawned within the meaning of this act SEC -I No knowingly take from any apprentice servant or em- ploye any article or thing offered by them in pledge without first ascertaining that such article or thing is the property of the person so offering the same for sale and for every violation of this section such pawnbroker be fined not ex- one hundred dollars Sue No pawnbroker shall deface scratch obliterate melt separate or break into parts any article received by him in pawn or otherwise in aay do cause or suffer to bo done by others shall destroy or tend to destroy me of such article or render the identification thereof more difficult and for every violation of the provisions of this section such broker shall bo filled not exceeding two thousand dollars or be imprisoned no exceeding one year SEC 1 All acts and parts of acts herewith are hereby repealed am his act shall take on and after the first day of January I certify the foregoing to be true copies JOSHUA M of State Mrs lit lo let by Ilie a PIANO it i Is con To Let for Spring Term BUSINESS COLLEGE OPENS APRIL 3d branches and training for business Application should lie made post free Address T It 383 It I 87 A lot of BASKET SKAT Just Also two nice lor sale ai 33 si larlor Chamber and Room Furniture Hook Cases Writing Desks Chiffoniers n I J S lOW 113 Mill com CARPETS TO SKLI THK CLOTHING Sold Stuck of aid in lor the Trade T have NEW AND BEAUTIFUL LINE assortment is full and complete Prices from IB Cents to CLARKE'S library Providence and Now City Directories convenience of the T Is lli pareil to receive class or privately to tlie well know Del Sarte system Address No U trcet Newport R I to A I ot University jti NOTICE T I inform my friends and ens loiners that f will lie lor tho SPRING and SUMMER TRADE within a days and will D J LAMBERT Tailor 10 Sf ill Hie January Session Xot All kidney and urinary disease diabetes and liver troubles Hop Hitters will surely ami lust cure Cases like your own Have cured In and you can find reliable proof at home ol what Hop Hitlers lias and can do ESTA HUSHED 1780 CASWELL HAZARD 00 Family nml Dispensing Chemists AVENUE AND nth AVENUE AMI YORK IK THAMES STREET R I PURE WINES AND LIQUORS FOIl lisn P7 In lo all night customers INSURANCE CO OF NORTH AMERICA OF PHILADELPHIA Organized in 179.1 Charier Condition of the Company Jan I CASH for for And other 7.1 Surplus over all L D DAVIS Agent NEWS OFFICE lluqieo and wife worn ar- in New York for jewelry anil money from IV of Union for linn ho wan cashier nnd the for Ho thai he hail Ilio DR KOOT The wonderful medicine ls -is Ha name indicates a or Cleanser made from roots with anil plants such as arc found in and In Ihc system which out In Mulches 111 il a r physicians mid Used medicines Ii out my i complete cum Hunt Millers re shop Whiskey are strictly medical In every a -I s upon the Ilie opon and make cleanse I lie and system I n n r ly rush or lo dyspepsia anno I f ncl letter wi -in vm men weakness or de- from Imprudence and in IV delicate lilt and kidney ami they did Hum ill I ll ney a Ml I homn lo and I am now I hi CHAPTER Ax Act in amendment of and in addition to Iho Public Statutes Of Pawnbrokers Passed April 21 ii M bn Me 1 Section 1 of Chapter of the Public Statutes is hereby amended so as to read as 1 Town Council of any town may grant licenses to suitable sons residents of the state under conditions ami regulations as ma think proper to carry on the business o pawnbrokers within their respective town for the term of one year at the place des therein and every so grant cd shall designate the place where slid business shall be carried on on of such business iu other place than that therein whether In the person named therein or by any oilier person shall be deemed to be without license and shall bo punished ly and every person taking such license shall pay to tho Town Treasurer a sum not less fifty dollars to be fixed by the Town Council and notwithstanding anything herein or iu this Chapter contained any license so granted may bo revoked and annulled by said Town Council at any lime ing any liability under the bonds after provided to bo given and without any claim for the money or any part thereof paid for said license Before any license shall be issued under tho sions of this Chapter the person apply ing therefor shall give bond to the Town or City Treasurer in the penal sum of two thousand dollars with at leas two tios satisfactory to said Town Council which sureties shall be residents of the town or city licensee proposes to do business conditioned will not violate any of the provisions of this Chapter and for payment of all costs and damages incurred by any violation of this Chapter and the other fines and ties herein provided for violation of the provisions of this Chapter shall not the liability of said obligor said bond SEC a Section 3 of said Chapter is hereby amended so as to read ns Sue Every pawnbroker shall keep a book in which he shall enter tlie dale duration and amount of any loan by him a full and accurate of ail articles pawned and the name personal occupation and place of dence wilh the street and of the house of the pawner and upon re of said property shall deliver to Iho pawnor a memorandum in writing signed by him containing the of the entry and whenever re quired shall submit said book to the in of tho Mayor Oily Marshal or Chief of Police or the Deputy Chief of Police or any member of the detective police of any eily or o the Chief of Po litre or tho Town of any town and Khali also make out and to the Chief of Police or Oily Marshal of the city or to Iho Chief of Police or the Town Sergeant of Iho town where said license shall bo granted every liny before the hour of 12 o'clock noon a correct copy from Iho book required to bo kept iu of all made tho hours ceding tbn hour of 10 o'clock A M of Iho day upon which copy is to bo THE STOCK ROOM Of News witt a very lane of Folded and Flat Ruled and Unruled Note and ter Papers rate and Buff Envelopes in lane variety of and sizes and rate BOOK Papers Heavy and and Colored Card and Bristol Boards any of will lie printed in t short i THIS Jfi FOR John H THAMES JUST A LINE op and Domestic Piece Goods FOR SPRING WEAR SUITS JOHN O'CONNOR Opp M FH n PAPER HANGINGS WINDOW SHADES TASSELS 1 DUO yards OH CLOTH HUGS MATS it Also T M and in Bood order and for sale at prices WM H HAMMETT 174 Thames St HUNDRED ASn Plates in Every Size IN LA HOE PLAIN RATED TO SIS A Stoves of every kind from 5.1 Ware Milk anil of every size Stoves in a verv drv place JAMES F MARDEN 3 Block SI One for Fall River Mass One for Tannton Mass One for Worcester Mass One for Attleboro Mass One for Putnam Conn One for Norwich Conn One for New London Conn One for Newport R I Small Call or Wrile to F 0 LILLIBRIDGE CO ST U I DAVIS PITMAN HENRY CLAY CONCHAS GOLDEN EAGLE ADELINA Ilie favorite sizes and or tin a assortment ol other nil i RICHARDSON St Opy Insurance Company OF PRINTING POSTERS HANDBILLS CARD SIGNS DODGERS FLYERS CIRCULARS LETTER HEADS NOTE HEADS ENVELOPES LABELS DRAFTS NOTICES CHECKS ORDERS RECEIPTS CONTRACTS BONDS DEEDS LEASES New We are now our tlie and MOST OM I line of LL t city in the most COLORINGS from all iS M T 1 SPRING ST CORNELL SON A AMI OF It I C IT V u R T HT K smart man can make moil MEN'S FLANNEL largest of Goods we ever lo this of OF Tones a of pieces of 23 Church Street U THAMES STREET WALL PAPERS Middlesex Yacht Cloth Suits Single ami Coals THK OF sio J E Seabury 138 140 THAMES STREET For Sale and Made Up by OTTO Cottrell Block The Latest Styles Assels Losses in Minn the of ance Policies on all clauses properly anil nt as low rales as hy any oilier reliable Very low rales on of years NINO KMin Ktf SUKS OH NOT L D DAVIS Agent AT BOOKS BRIEFS BLANKS BILLHEADS WASHING LISTS WORK LISTS CARDS WEDDING CARDS WEDDING INVITATIONS ORDERS of DANCE BILLS of FARE PAMPHLETS IN THK AND WITH AT TIIK News Job Office FURNITURE COVERINGS Pantaloon E P SWAN 168 Thames Street WINDOW SHADES LANGLEY SHARPE io w COPPER NO 195 THAMES 1 of JUST RECEIVED English and SUITINGS I METHODIST EPISCOPAL Hymn and Tune Books OF TIIK roit AT r R ar All P NOW THK MINT LINK OP SPUING IN- THIS They arc lo make Ihc sinni Into 104 106 Thames oor Marv St Jf for sain inat must I a n lust place of
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