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Newport Daily News (Newspaper) - March 22, 1855, Newport, Rhode Island ANU UNION, NOW 4NI) FORKVKR, VOL. 10-1 PulilMi'il every Thames SI icct, turner ol tfraiik, n few doom Smith of the Post OJBce. BY OKASSTOtf SOHMAM. S CELKliKA'l'ED v A ar A c; E A FOIl TUB (MIKE UF INL'H'ir.NT C O N S U M I1 T ION. UROFUl.A, GENEIUI, IIHU1I.1TY, WHITE lUIBUMATIliM, 01' THE LlVEll t, SKIN, ANU ALL ARIS1NO FI10M HUI'I.'HITIES OF TilK ANU THE EFFECTS OF MI'i Sewpori Fosi Office Mil rrovi'leuce and liostou Mails close daily cept at 7 1-2 A. M. Arrives by 5 P.M. New York Mailcliao daily (Sunday excepted) by 7 P.M. Westerly Mail closes every Tuesday mid Friday, at 6 A. and arrives every Monday and Thursday, 7 P. M; Ni-w Slioreliiiil Jlnil close" every at 8. A. M i nnil arrives every Thursday by 0 1 Tiv-rloa mtil clmes at 8 1-2 A. VI. JOSEPH JOSLEN. P. M. Business Cards. GEO. II. WILSON, CONTRACTOR BUILMER.- Allbuiiness in my line punctually attended to of re.fcrcncc given.__________ CHARliES PUBLIC NOT A HV A.SI) JUSTICE 0V THE PF.ACI, BELLKVUK HOUSK, m25 Newport, R. 1. DOUGLAS LAKE, Sherilf of the Coimty of Newport, and Notary Public. Office, in State Hnns.c. Resilience No. SO Droad St. eea. 11 bin bci-a used 111 ImsjiHrJs aiul iirlvnle p i. ill hnalmtl the singular fortune 10 lie ler-iiiiiinenilei! .y the most cclelirsteil jiliyoinana Hliil other ca.i- Jill prisons. others liy if. Gibson; M. I'nfe'snr of Surgery, Pa. II nl- Vnh-nllne ;Vott, M. D., 1'rof. of Surgery, N. Y. ilewees, M. D., Prof, of MiU., Uni- CN.' M. orriiyiic.I'a. Uuivcr T. I'arke, M. Pres't College ol Physicians, 1'biln. Dr. Vftllo, Prof, of Medicine, Huvniia. Jow Eimreace ile Lnrr, Prnr. ol Surgery, Lialion. C. W. laie Minialer lo J. CllUfinilil, iMaiuberof Ruyitl College flurgeoilfl. Sir Thomas Pearson, Brilluli Armv (Jilberi Rubtrtson, Brllisli Consul, IfC. Jail, iilpti, Ihe womlerfill cures' eutcteu riwain's Pitii.icea, have for liluny years made it. Invaluable remedy. The Paaficea does not cuntp Mercury in any form, anil lipingtul innocent r'ltlon, it may bu fjiveati) the mtisi tender Infint. Tht retail price licen mlnceil to bottle (coiilaining three Imlf pints, )or three bolll.i BEWARE OF isii'nsirid'N. Swnim'a Panacea la in ronnil lluii-ii Inn gituJiimlly, with Ilic rollowlng ItllfM Mown on Hit CASH news from head quartern! (ireat reduction in the price of Clothing, at United Stales Clothing Store, 2 North Post office. Plie subscribers have on hand a very large of clothing And furnishing good, and ow- to ilie mildness of the season, lightness of i.....u-v m-irltct, and no disco nit, they will i.lh-r f.n-casll, .it less than prices, from ihi-i'B lo four hundred over mid under va- rying price Iroin S3 lo SO. Also a large as- mirlment ol vesls and pa.ns al rrdnced pucua. 50 viiin-ns al 37 1-2 CIB. per pair. 75- nrien. 50 linivi-r Oiovi-s -i lirsi article lor carpenlers or drivers, al 45 els. a pair. Woolen Sor.ks 20 cla. pair or 6 pairs lor Woolen Sleeves, jusl the arlicle for laboring men who are exposed lo ihe weather, 37 cts lu'rpair. Shirt Collars per doz. India Rulib.1 at S1.S7 els. Don't for- get. United Slates Clothing Store, .2 rs .North Post once. riRENCH beautilnl flock "French JJ all colors al reduced prices al WM. C COZZENS Co. will iinraljilly entleil rTAA vards of French Prints of best quality. onnshillinit per yard this dayliy F. LAWTON BROTHERS. ______ 1? ENGLISH camhrirs of I fine qiuliiy niul sofl assortment o rec'd by Board HOUSE (LATKMUKHAV HOUSE.) Newporl, R- 1 TDK informs Im riends and th-public generally lli-athe has pur- the-.hove well known establishment, and having thoroughly renovated and supplied it with new farnitiire, ami introduced many moilcrn inl- nrovcm.....a-it will IK for the reception of visitors on tho April. conve- niently lociled, and us airy and Bitna- any other house in town. ThesubicriiWriuteiid'slo'mnku it one of the beat and most fashionable resorts fur tbe linvcl- iimi public, in Ui kept open through the.K'r lor sirndv and transient Hoarders. People visiiing Newp n for pleasure or business, will find tlli> House onveuieliti. ill seasons of the year. PHILIP lUDEIi, Proprietor. N. ort.R. L.April 16.1853. ------HIGH STREET'HOUSE, NEWPORT, R. L TO 18 MOUSE will for I" WANTE1I. A STOUT aclive Hoy, wauled ininiediHtely, A PERKY. SPECTACLE ilEI'OT iVo. 77 H'almiiuster Slrnl, movniKKCK, B. I. Opticiana Ji-'o'cllera, ilso dealer! in GOLD A.N'I) rilLVEIl WATCHES, RICH JEWELRY, SILVER WARE AND [No. '271. AMERICAN AND FOREIGN OFFICE. AUENCY FOR BUSINESS WITH THE PATENT OFFICE' WASHINGTON, BO. 76 KILBIST., BOSTOr IMPORTANT INFORMATION TO UN 1 VENTOK3. The (late Agent i ,lhe U.S.l'ateul Office, under the .Act ol 188" j determined to present adVnnlnges, in applyin. I for those offered inventor by nude ai-raiipemencB wherely o- I'F 1 apulicaiioas prepared.nnu conducted by o( lmi tfrmemhrr lite A'u. _SK VE NT Y.- SKVE N 1 A diiornhelow the Arcade. n. fiooiJHUt. D.T. UuomioK. B27 hiir. "FLOUR. "ACS first quality received thia Alsoexlix and common in barrels" II. H. YOUNG, I'ar.i.le corner. O. 'J. VAN ZANUT, Attorney and Counsellor nt Law, Office in the Newpor Mercury Building, No. 125 Thames St., (up Staira.) m6 __ _________ BLAKE, COUKSF.LLOK AT LAW. OfficeNo 21 College strce.l Providence. Mr. will attend the CowM in the different Counties of the State. _ STATES HOTEL, i.i A. 11. COPELAND, I'HiLAU i" 'l hivins Ihe iiiuno Swain, aliiiniu'cl nil Ihe drilling was, and wrltun on Ihn luhel COVITIII? the cork i ami a oplendiil for the ai'li: (II Hie billtle, coalimseil of geoiaelrir. lalhe fnin- iirising Hint: iliffcreL liea, which have iie en tinner for iheciciusivcuie of Ihe I'j A- Co, bank note easruvera, of Philadelphia. In riit cenlie is a iiorlrail of Ihe late Win. SvTuim, copj SWAIM'S VERMIFUGE. A valuable Family Mciiicine, lieiug a liiehlS 'P- nrovtll remedy lor all il'iaeasea Jirisint; from uouiuij iillhedieesllvo nraaiw, us worms, Cholera Morhna, uyaculxry. Fever ami As'ie, Ulcraling Plica, Sick lleailadle, .vc. See the (which may be hail uratia) ncconlpaaying the Verinifngc. frciiareil mily at SWIM'S LMllHIA I'UttV, old atand.Sevealll St., below Chestnut, PliilnJelphia, ftTl EOhl by all rt-siicnnlile in [he I lined CAUTION TO THE I'eraons In ohlain the ijeaniae SWAlM'3 I'AjVACBA lie carc-iiil In large asaoitinvnl of Fancv Furs, consisting in part ot Sa- bli' .Miin'in, Mink, Filcll, Illack I.ynr, Mounlain Martin, Grey Sqnin el, While and Illack Coimy, Lainlw Wool, and Swan Down, Tippets and Coifs j alsu Sole lor thn silo of the celebrated Medicaled Fnr Cheil Prolec- lor, and or Waler proof, and nnli- consmnptive Cork Solca. JACOB IVEJVEIt. P. S. Furs of all kinds repaired in the n'.at- est manner as above. J.W. i.7_________________________________ 'Fill1, subscriber has piat received a nico ns- L si.rtment of'Poya and Fancy articles, nnd French Confectionery; be well sup- plied with all kinds of fresh Candies, Sugar Toys, Drops, Fancy Cakes, PIPS, 3 MUiNCinNOER, .No. 70 Spring-3t. and corni-r ol 7'hnmes and d23 Prospect Hill sticct. NRW AT TIM.BY'3, Po.l Of- of Life, a novel of L.uly ,i.- lliihinniil .iu Things a- ihi-y in' hy Win Chsinlicrs lir, IMS. Thel'inliie Uniile 01 Hie Jtn.c of the Itio .N (1 Ba.'ts. 1'rice 2j CIS. Aovsl.oy, a l.iS: AS-llll I or Family Pri.lo vin1 Velrclrf Hlnr.k anil I-'iincy colors al_ Oats and File Feed. SOW bushels Mar> land and Virginia Corn. 1000 do Western Mixed. 1000 do Oats. 800 do Fine Feed in store, and by J. H. G. W. PERRY, Norlll side Markel Square nnd Kleam (irist Mill, Commercial Wharf. P "AT SENT A-UENC'Y KIDDER'S GAS REGULATOR. The Regulator is small; applied; when tmce adjusted, requires no further atten- tion. The disagreeablu effect ol Gas upon ihe complexion is almost cnlirelv obvialed bj tho use of the Regulator. The light being more agreeable In color and leas the eye. The unhealthy consaqucncca resulting hen1, the tncape of nnconsumed gas are remedied, n greal saving ia effected hj its use. not only from the intense preasm-e from tho alreat, nit also when part ol the lights in the room are ihe pressure nccMssrilyincreas'mjj in slill burning, so thai a laigo portion of ihe gaa eacnpieg unburliEd, ami ia ol course was- Thc Gas Kegnlator is highly recommended bv the press nt large. For sale in sizes suita- ble for Manufactories, Hotels, Stores, Ofllci-s. and private dwellings. W. D. GIFFORU, 182 Thames-si., 2-1 story R. I- Union Dank linilding. _______________________________. rF.CEIVKU this day, a guild assortment o Head Urcsies, very cheap, nt 132 Thamcs- IRA FRENCH. T) tV CAM. o.f PHILLIPS, BtlSO Thmnes-st: Mon- Hec -1, 185 and examine the great va- riety new Guilds. Among them may he fomnl r.inen Hhndkerchiels, Plush and Vel- vet Trimmings. Bonnets nnd Unnnct Dibbons, Silks, Alpaccas. Table covers, Illankels, Port Monnaies, Ink Stands, Unskeb, Ruck Gluves and Mittens, Woolen Shirts and llr.uv- ers, with a great many other articles too inline- ms lo menlion. Don'l Forget the nnmbrr ISO I slreel, where yon buy 50 darning need- les for 3 cents and cotton for I rent n spoo1, ilpma worthy the consideration ol every well- repnl.-iled family during these tiglil timca. ri U K S L' PHILLIPS will open this morning, Jan. 3il, a very large assortment ol Fnra, amoiiK ihem wiil lie found Sione Martin, Russian Squirrel, French table, anil Mountain Marfm, Viclorinen and Cuffs, Lynx Also, Hear, ledger, Gennelte, Hudson liny, Wolf and Wild Cat Holies. The above goods, were purchased for cash, and in consequence uf ihe lateness of ific season, they will be closni! olf al extremely low prices. iWi forget" the No. ISO Thames There is still a few more darning needles only 3 cts. a paper. SAML. A. PAKKKK. uoTor l-Ml.io ciil on I) wii..ii yoa W.1IH n ll'" nlo Cor. Redwood and t.'ottago-sl. nlG_________________________ BUCK -Vkin first.-alc urlicle from ami si-lli ,g al :I7 U.S. Clothing store, 2 I'osl OlTicc.__________ Over ino'.OoTuioUs" in 5 Mimlhs. DEVINES COMPOUiVn PITCH riiHF.ISn.arRw.filv ia at last diMovcrcil, lor 1 (Mils, Coughs, Whooping Cough, Oroup, Cimsmoplion. Ci-rtificiti-s may be found UJ ihecireo- hrs aii-l ihii world is clrillen.'cd to prnduce such j -mrs ,ip are cffi-clsd lailhfulU iwing i> R. SUPER V'lioUh- Kaiilil.il i-fsideuce on 3 Treuiont i In' :-irlv bavina: a C'liinii.iiidiiig thri'iuhoill tinMimiHry also, bv I'll: v'lrw an I tin- th.s Wilson I.HII-, Itosnm. Mint. esl-iMishnif nl has been lilli-d .q. will, .-very con- R. J. TAYLOR. j usti'i'ii' for n winter or a.....in :t leii.l ihi. PSIH-I i.il dina'linn of iho owm-r; fur fnr- Uinn apply II. n firtt rale Carryall anil ihe owner having no use f'-r it ''I'-1 I ii-'-. in llit l.lL--iri.'it-', 1'ie Itnsh, I'j lj vlooilie, Anll.or ol Ilia Ihe I'rici- bnuail 75 els. lilllinmul SO els, for mle R. WOOD'S Congh Candy, a verj ngrcen- remedy for cough-, mflucnia, We have sold he-.wwi 2 and 3 hmnlred pounds of llli, candy during Ihe 1-1 montba and find Ihed-mnnd lor ,t incifa-mg Us pop- ularity is Ihe evidence" ral by agents. IIAXARD CAbWKLL. 12 Uqnaro n21 '______________________ C.IT ini Pill f I IPS ill 150 Tll.dTlCS-rtt. f III! Illack Dress Miini-d Silks, nl nnprecedcnlcd low prices. Al.o Collars, uaderslcevcs, l.mi-n piinbnc llamlkerchief, Embroidered SMrU, (liiiltcil ilo. v ,e and st.t, colored I lose, from 25 to DO cts lisHibanthe usual price. Don't Tlianios-st. _. U.irninu' m-cdlcs M in a paper lor .icrn.s. nla________________......----------- ami wo I Flnmiel' (j nood from 16 lo 25 i-cnls, all widlhs urililiM red nnd colored Flannels very sale'by WM. C. I Jonnlhiin nnd Nriv OYci.s nu rleu-inl nnil spiritwi Piclori il, i jviilmne himilnil t-HKri'tngs, FURS, Furs, Fnra __ The pubacnlier would say to thogn about purchasing 'hat htt has a few more lelt which he is selling al rcill.c- cd prices, cunsiiling of Hudson Hay, ami American Sable, Stone Marten, Filch, Grey Smiirrrl, Hkicfc Lynx, Mounlain Marlen, i-l, nr.ll Culfs, for sale as low ;.s can he found in JACOB WEAVF.ll, _ Tl-l Thamct-n. __ L inn-sj picHires llml do noi came hack twi, r ih, ce limns In lie "Inken over." Ifsili oni- jusl Ihal kmd nf IJ over "I _ us r received a largo loi of .Millinery Fic.Kh Flnwemnnd MUM nods of nil kinds. L locemid a Urge lot of. Toys of all kinds, just ito for Christmas preMiits. Also dolls, CLOAK -1 Anliqnc C.ill.ions, with 1 lu.b tor. Pmudc nnd for sale l ju.-l B riiiiTfijie "I "P. T. ii.irnnm, wriltenbv liim- 1. self, in -vhich he narialns his early hulorj, ns clerk, merchant and editor, and his late ca- n-r-rasa sl.owman, with a liorlrail fiiiin slr-i I iniini-roiH illiiBlralions liy Dailcy.m one Mmt Prlci. ?H-25. For sale at ,iir, for Ovsli-r in_llill Vori. ,.'.V1V JOIIKS'lN fc No. 8 Mill urcel. Familioj Mippllod by Ihe 'juarl or hundred. dl3
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