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   Newport Daily News (Newspaper) - September 12, 1859, Newport, Rhode Island                                MTSWPORT. MOM? AY Business Cards. Steamboats, TO NEW yOItK Dill EOT, Miscellaneous, T. Paormirrom, JLi 'I'hnmrs Street. per annum if paid iirietlT met. Single copies one cent. MiwroET WiiKW fiiird, per an- IBIEIT, are inserted on leaMJUMt termi. -TaiJKiiiT are inserted for 7S eentt per of 10 lines for the firm iniettioi, ud 17 eta per square for each Insertion. Transient are required to pay in advance. No adfertiWiments can be Inserted gratuitous- ly for cnaritiole or other societies, public in stituttoM o% eo-npanies, fjHilf .lews Job Printing Office. We would respectfully inform our friends in tile eiijr and the countrr. that we have con- eectcd with our Paper a Job Printing Estab- lishment, which is furnished with an entire stock of "new presses, typo, Ac which will enable us to da job work with neatness and dispatch. Job work will Ue done at the low eat for easli on delivery COTHELL liKYER, DEALERS IN JRUIl JflTUK E. Wholesale, and retail agents for CLOCKS manufactured by the American Clock Co. ALSO. Manufacturers and Furnishers of Coffins with the necessary appendages- All orders promptly attended to, OOTBELL BKYEll. a20 -89 Thames St., Newport, R. 1. VV. P. BUYER, Wholesale and Retail dealers in Gaociiitres, Flour, Grain, Also, extensive dealers in Bleached and bleached Spcnn, Lard, Elephant an Whale Oils, Stone Store, 15 fimid st '.Newport, K. I. MfilV BUSINESS CARDS. GREAT INDIAN REMEDY, FOJR FEMALES. Dlt. INDIAV EttUBNAaOGUE cures female obstructions, often in twen- ty-four hours dfter all other remedies have bee'n tried iii vain. It is a ridli vegetable Fe- raile Restorative, and fir the purpose for which it is deiigaad, it is weight in gold. in all cases Seat by express Co all parts of the (ioaritry >ola DU Mi.'TTISOVS IlBMEDUL IVSTI- TirfBfpf DISEASES, No 28 Union street. Providence, II I giv- iay full information, with a pamphlet on DISEASES of WOMBS, and on PKIVATB and CHRONIC maladies generally, sent free by en- clodiaj a Stamp MVLHSOV as above See special notice in tliia paper. J. B. CO., Stove Dealers and Tin-Plate, .Sheet-iron utn Copper Workers, 122 TIIASIES-STKEBT, Opposite Finch Bugs, Newport, R. I. J; B: LANGrjETjJK. 8. 00DDAKD. F.A. BAHLOW. punctually attended to. fj NCHUlAN, D R A P EH. S A. NO T AI L O !l S "104 Thanies-st., tfeu'port. Constantly on hand a complete assortment of Cloths and Furnishing Goods. ONE PRfCE SHOE STORK. JOHtf-J. CARRY, D BALE It IN Ro'Jts, Shoes anil 'lubbers, Pelliain and Boots niJ snoei nibanl at short the special diri.ic- tion uf Mr. H. BEUOISD. steamer MfiTKOI'OMS, Captain HOWN, will leavo Fall Biverevery Mon- day, Wednesday and Friday on the arrival, of thosteamboat train from Boston for Jfew York, via Sowport, leavingNewport at 8 1-2 o'clock, aad arriving in Now Vork lit about 6 1-2 o'- clock, a, m: Returning will leaveNow York at 5 o'clock p. m. PARK IIOUSK. B. JTOYBS, Pnopuu._ PHIS house (so long and favorably .town J_ when kept by Nichols Hassanl) ia easy of access, being situated the .Ma1', jus t south of tlie Stxte ll'o tse, an-l almost ir sight oftfte Lony where the re- crive aud land passengers to and fro n New York and Boston. Carriages wilt always be in readiness t) take people to and from the boat. Tne short dUunca Cnm the Sfait Huust makes this house ;i desirable resid.-ace for Mnviert of tin Letisl'ilurv and all wh.T hivo business at our Courts STATE, Capt.-Brayton, will leave Fall River every Tuesday, Thurs- day and Saturday as above for New York via Newport, leaving New York at 5 o'olook p. m. FREIGHT. Thisli ue of Boats wijlin future carry freight at as_ low a rate as any other line of boats. FARE. Cabin faro from Newport to Now York, 00 Deok fare 3 Qy State Hooras extra, to' be obtained of the agent. For further particulars apply to ANflUOffY dTWART, At Kins ley's jjxpress Office. E, PECttHAW.Sz.ro, Dealers in Lumber, Brickj Lime, Cement, Also, dealersin Har Iware, Cutlery, Join- erY Tools. Rouse Trimmings, Sheet Nailsj .Screwy Taeka, SWINBURNE GfOFFE. TAlLOilS DBAPEIIS, M-AHBEAOfUaBS AND T1BALEI13 IH RBADlf CLOTHING, Bats, Uips, and Furnishing ALSO  o. ItiS Thames street, Offersfjr s.ile, a sa.iply ot seasonable gooJs.such as in.ia.T.nin Braad. Cloths, and American j .111 1 T.veeds. Silkandxlir nllei A gondsup- ply jf goods. Also, ready made Over doits, Froc Co its. Pjiits -and Vests. 'SWINBNBNB'S Block. CHARLES WILLIAMS, Bealer in Thepitreit Red White Ash Goals, by the ton or and also scim-antlu actte and bi- tuminous coals, and alt kinds ofiooodfor kind- liny or other purposes. Wharf opposite foot of Deiiiaon-st. jH J. B. Architect and Builder, No. 2 Slocum's Wharf, Opposite Narragansett Building. ALL'OailBIlS.PuOJIPXLY AriENDBD TO AND DON13 IS, THE BB3T POSSIBI.E MANNBII. TEAMING. The subscriber would respectfully inform his friends and the public generally, that he con- tinues to attend to teaming ant! will always be found orihaad at the New York and Provi- dence steamers, ready 'to convey goods to any pirtof the city on reasonable terms. He will also pacK arid move Pianos with the the utmost All orders left at the 189 Thahies-st., ur at his residence 35 Lerm street, will be pilnetiially attended to. OBNJAMIN DAILY EXCURSIONS TO DEXOE ANDBA.GK, FOR FiFrvr cWrs. TO COMMENCE ON TUESDAY JULY, oth, 1859. THE Steamer PERRY, Capt. N. B. Allen, willleave Jfewport, daily. (Sundays for Providence, at 5 a. m. and 2 p. m. it 'turning, leaves ProvK dence Newport, at 9.20 A. in. and 6 p. m., or on arrival of.traind from Boston, ..Worces- .ter, N. Passengers leaving Newport at n p. m. by calling foi B, Excursion may return at 9.2U a. m only. Or by leaving fTew- portat -L p.m., cin procure tickets to return the dav at6 p. in.only. In no case wilt Excursion Tickets (sold in the entitle thy holder to a return pj-ssage by the 6 p. m. trip. inTTMs arrfingement goes into efFecc on and after i'UEsDAY, July 5, 1359, C. STANHOPE, Clerk. jffAttrFOKD.PHOWIJENCB AND FISH- KILL UilLUUAD, N and after June 13th, 1319, trains will for I-'ill River ami New Bedford cull daily, 'I'jie Proprietor i uendd that the treatment of Ins gnests, in all tiiitt ptirtains to comfort. bit cqml to that of any hotel in the city. im pd AMERICAN HOUSE. BOSTON, EThc largest and best arranged Wotel in the [ftw Snglnrid States; is oontrally located, and easy of aoousd from all tlio routoaot travul. It en n tains all she modern Improvements, and every convenience for the comfort and noco'iio- dation of the travelling public. The sleeping rooms are large and well ventilated; the suites of niornsare well arranged, and completely furnished for families; and largo travslli" parties, and ttio house will oontlriuo to ba kept as a first olasa FJotol in every respeot, LEWISIUCE, Proprietor. Boston, Jan. 7th, 1859. It'll. Saliciior of fLate CT S. ingtun, uuJertltti .lot if jUiiirA.TiS.iU'pjiirn   P. tlieir ruomsaiid avoid confusion incident to a trip by the out- I ide line. i Supper will bn proved on board on the ar- rif the train. i Tne artvanUges of this route for families jrjvelliiig with children are Tickfits can be prucuretlnh board the Golden Gate. Bagaijs chocked a20 II. early as the SOUTH iiUN and YORK MARKETS affurd. Also Ihatcr, [fams, Ititcon, Lard, etc., at wholesale ai.d retail, which I will sell at prices thatcdtinot fail to give entire satisfaction. A frcsili supply always on nund, of the choi- YUi'tlt Proprietors of Hotels, ships and families will (ind it to tiieir advantage to call and examine the stock. K. WILLIAM G. HAMMOND, COUNSELLOR AT LAW. Commissioner for NEW YORK, PENNSYL- VANIA, LOUISIANA, and all the other States of the Union, Office, 124 Thames street. Over Hammett's Book Sto.c. JAMES MAGEE, Harness Maker, Carriage Trimmer, Has at his store in Uro-id street, ,i g ij.l as- sortment of of Harnesses, Whips, Ac. Persons about to [nirehase articles in mj Hae, will please call and examine my stock ofgoods. A CO BKREEGEY INSTITUTE, ll> Washington Square. A Classicali and.Commercial School. Boys thoroughly prepared for College, or for IraiiiiMs. Students also admifted" to a par- oourso of study, and to clasjd.i in the Modern Languages. Clnsncs of young ladies HI the Modem and in Drawing. WM. 0.1.BVERBTT, June principal. DOWNING RESPECCI'OLLY solicits He furnishes all manner of Creams in fancy forms, among them Mille fruitc Creme. Misscrole Pudding, IMum pudding glace, Charlotts, Cake, Soups, dhaicc made dishes, Game, and other delicacies. He bens that those using the rain, ute" machine to make Ice 'Jreain (the virtue of which'is solely a matter of will com- lare his smooth well manipulated Ice Cream ivith that made by the machine, he believes that those that appreciate a good thing will let the Mathine rust, or convert it to some other purpose. jyl3-tf-eod SIIOItE ON and after Monti, iv, Juno 20th, steamer QOLD1JN GATK will leave Newport Daily, (Siindav cxcepteti) at 8 A :ti. and 1.30 P.M., for (rreeinvich. ctm- the Espruss train to and from jN'cw York, New Haven, New London and (itoni gton. Pas-cngf-rs leaving Newport at 8 A M.. 'rill anivc in Now York at 4.40 P. M. Pas- by tlio 1 boat will anive i .Vcw Y-rk nt 11 10 P. M. j3. Advertiser and Mercury please copy. STEAMER ii U M M E K A 71 U A N G K M E N T S ON AFflift TKIS tin- staunch sca-goin" GOVKitNOlt, Capt. F. B. French, 'vill leave Newport for New York oil TUES- DAYS anrl TIIIJIISDAYS, at G o'clock p. m. Leave new York, fnr-i 1'icr No. G North tfiver, on WEDNESDAYS and SATtJH- 4 o'clock, p.m. Pare S3 each way. Freight? taken at reduced prices. P irticul ir attention paid to "Newport IrM-jht. C. B. i'SNNAXi', Agent, Newport. LADIES' niSUOHT ItKLltSF GOMK AT L.'V-ST. WISNER'S Wftsiiing Machine, P.. tontfid Sept. 2Gth, LS-'i-i, is n large I b with nine fitted on the bottom, also on ilie n- der side uf the rultliL-r. Itstandh cui u stonl, and weighs about; 2olbs; i? sitnyle and h.ifuiy and been thoroughly exfiuiiiicd and trjcd by thousands at the West wiinin tlie past year, who pronounce it to bo the best lauor saver cvor offered to the puhlic. It has been WHITE ZINC PAINT FROM THE YIEILLE MONTAGNP COMPANY OF PARlri. PHIS Paint U adapted to all purposes, to JL which the ben While LertJis upjiiiua It does turn yellow, as Icau invariiibly docs, and will acquire the hardness and CiKtcn panelliiig wittiout the aid of varnish, and is easily winhcd. Colors with a zinc basis retain their freshness and brilliancy nf color. pounds mil cover as much surface, with tbc snrnft b-jdy, ai 259 pounds of ah t vl ing great economy as well id bctuty. In order that parties may depend upnn getting the article strivity pun1, llioy should f.orrectju.lgmeiit edit -JL- lu-jtivc'ncss of the hml. TJje tv. irndu to secure the r-'tpi'i in the land, whjch is only sold fat Movement.- Tiie reBulTh.-is he past year, some uvc been erected, two mils, one stored, some forty vineyard., a; d Vc char els, planted, and a 'innih.--.- i improvements, making it a tivc place of business. THE MAIJKJJT. iisthe render nr.iy prf-otivo J- 'BE5TINTHM -Production double in IticHtion; nyiA- irotu ciiv, iha'i double tlic pritK'th.jn ihi' known that the ajul rcgetabJei in this..latitude comr- Jersey, and .1 re antiualJy fc-qj.-Ttu! LU tent of million j. In locating he'rc. the aottler.-i PK vautiiges. He is witliiu u few Lhe great cities of States, he Is neirhi; tjfd.fiTetKk- itio .B, he is in a settled country a rf buy nf none but the most bh ho The Company ship but two known as Nn. 1 nn'tl Snow White Red and Green Seal The J, "r Sfil, in the article most ined jjurpone-i, tiie Snow nr Green Seal, ueiuy, only use I for t.'-e inoU expensive work. JOSEPH M, .-i i'UONG, Agent for the Co. Orders addressed to eitlif-r of Hit- following limises will bo fiMfl ai the nan) reduced tariff of pricfri, oithcr Dry or in Oil. HALL ,v Maiden Lnne. Nno Yorf JlAYNOLUS.D'-'.VOE IT, 10G HIS Pulton strut, Ni-io Yor! tested sulficiently to prove th.it when ever it lias bora used proporly.it will ten r. bctte. story for itself than lean communicate..' TinO FA MI V fjivc it a you will bu entirely j FOR VOUNtJ LA tied of iis superior merit. A. (T. GltliMNB, Agent, n3 Nrx 13 UnurcUst.. Ncwoyn. li. 1. AT dyer's Cathartic Pills NOTZOE. subscriber takos this method of in. X forming his friends and the public gene- rally, that he atil! continues to carry on the Plumbing Business'm all its branches at Joseph Lyon's shop on Commercial Wharf. He has a large assortment of pumps of the best quality for sale at lead pipe, sheet lead, and the usual tuiicU's kept by plumbers, fa8] N. M. CilAFBK. winning to change their buai- JT to a rapidly incfcaaing Country, a NewSettlomcnt inhere hnndrtds arc going. Where the climate is mild and ricligiitful. eeo the Itammonton Settle- niftnt, another, columji, Gma Ayer's Sarsaparilla. ies iii a IHI.V aiid thriving plico irti-? iffiod. So.: ailvfrtiscmcnt of Ilnin- i SettloiiiPiit. jylS finis SrptPinbrr, for (i I. sale at P G01''FIN'fi OLJicr taitcr.il liavc- on lund and will make at short notice cotiin.s of every of woTd and linish roller, and if desired they tt'ill-su- rteriiitend fimcr.ll arrangements and furnish ill aincles connectccl xvith and used on these mournful occasions. Thc> hiivc also a moth-nl of preserving a corpse for any desirable U-ngth of tirne, friends and relatives can arrive froin or disthiit parts of our own country. It require! they can give the bt'St of refv'r enccs ns MI tiieir mode of to matters this k.i.d. Orders tor the whole or part of thesc- T Nos. 11 and Charles L'leld street PROVttJliNUli, It..I. j it i TonrUi you- on M Jay, the 12th of after a vac.Ui i i j of ten Prices nf tuilinu the first scartion of fifteen ;iri: for family pupils Dav rjic.-ir name nx tfiry are a: th. rates of I, .-J100, per "nn'iui, and hpsi'fe.s the ordiiiarv :hca, tiic Onuvin and t French LcSflom for all (no -st.hool, iind cvc n s' hoarsin Frtnrh lor th'! f.irnity pufiih. 'i'cachcrs ;ire Itev. Mr. and Mrs. Jjticl mpro'iemmt ofcoiiifot and el ;'t hand. lie can buy Pi-cry pr'ic.H' h.'1 .Yuri's -tr the cheaper prioo, and soil Iris pnidm for 'ho ughest, [in the West a cescrvprl i ho lasi schools for children, ilieina set mi and will eiijoy an open winter, nnd doliBhllul climate, where fevers are utterly ur.kno vn i.he result of the change upon 'hose from the lorth, has generally been to restore I hern to in excellent state of health. In the way of building and improving, lum- the mills at the rale of 810 to Mo per thousand. Bricks from the mckyard opened in the every article can be procured in tho place, goDd cr.rpenters are at hand, and there is no place in (lie Un- on-where buildings aud Improvements can IB made cheaper. Thercadcr will at once be struck with the .dvantages here presented, and ask hiins-lf y "''Property has not been taken up bo- ore. The reason is, it was never thrown iii he Wfcket; and milesi those i-erciWtrect, no OTIC would be iuviicd to cx- mmo tho land before purchasing. This all re expected to do. They will see land un- er cultivation, such is the extent vf the aot- 8rn-eut that they will no doubt, mop- persona their own neighborhood they will wit ess tho improvement and canjudxe the char- otcrof the pormlation. If they come with a to settle, they should come prepared .o ay a day or two and be midy to purchase locutions c-innoLbcheld on refusal There arc two daily treks to Philadelphia, ill t'l all settlers who improve, THE IUlt- (1IVKS A FlUiE TlCKia' FOU AND A TIA'IP-PKICIi Tll'KBT VfiK 'IS'tKYBAHS. THE TOWN OF IIAMMOMTON. In connection ivitli tho agricultural seltl ent, a new inil thriving town H i i itui il l en, which pjcTti' nidit r nil of tin mm Hit IM Lllmj i intliophte and m irset to _ nl d> in f xl o c i tni b nu j, iu i i it tmjiLmfnt ot r cu tiny vnallarticles Ijic ,t Ucn so r ipiMs toirsurt i i miticnt increane of i 1 i7C, do not si 11 h i ,llld (fl rt thn ivt. i can ou lia.iac fnnn S'Kiu a The HrttniiiMton f-'t'-w and sheer. i foriiliHion of JlinnD'Hilur t cr n i tin In e indi pur I i r clear of all hicuinljrurii Koutc to the land leave Yin fir Uiun 1 7! '2 A. M ,ir4 1-2 I M j When there for Mr 11'S C I oi itu U IJvrn i i i i lit) have c !d (I i i p r I i sniw then r th lull ]u of expense Letter in I id Irf sscd to 1 HI i 1' O t I Soith i ji s Jfr I! pin, l.ishod 'laps an I inf in Mrs. M. T. Iticiiards, as nercleftre, in the higher English studies Miss Klizalicthll Peck in.M.tthe'natics Miss A. J'oitnr in Drawing and 1'aintiiiu; Mr. Cad Weise in Instrniner.l.al .Music in the French, Mr. Fi-lis recently from Paris. i'cachersin otner brant-lies will jirovitl i-d as oceasioii rriinire. iii-iy be had at the scho ,1 ranKCmc: it. are solicited, and ivill be jirompl. I iyi'xecudd, with the utmost regard for Uiu I, SIT (if, SHARKS feelings oUhose-ionMrned. Of all si.e, lor ;KS, PI.OW- J. L. A ERS, BIIIDS, OHNAMBNT-., fc. Jvc Constantly on band 'iiadi- to oriltr. tnr also setting forth full accounts of the ii-'.vseUlcment in Haiomonton, in Nca Jer- icy, oan bo subscribed for only 2t cents poi innum. Taxes! Nf'ticr i< hereby Kiven that all Oily Taxes now due an.l must bft paid on or before 1'ie-Mi day of October, 18-59. p27 WM. J. II. AILMAN, Collector pj' Tuxpfl. Ufc for a life, .by Halifax. Price 5.) For sale at TIt.LEY'S flew, Office. 128 and 100. NI'.W YORK. The tra-lc supplied with a price appH- Omos. caiiiin. Inclose postage stamps for the j SIIOK fjOODS the Falmer, llammon-t j IMTCHlTfR AVD :on. V. 0. Atlantic Co., .xew Those'--' .vishirij; rheap land, of the best qiialitv, in me of and most in lite Uni'in, .mil when- ar. lever cut down by fro-ts, the terrihle rpf l rn- n ir.ij, sci; advertneiniiiiL of il uninon- ton Lands. jyl36ms It CAN be done WHAT can be clone! OLD style Bloomer Hats, both Braid and Leghorn, can bo 'altered, bleachcrl and pressed, with the curl or drooping Rims, both styles, the dioop Hun is the Frir.ccss Jtoyal style, and the Curl Hint, the Ad.ilal c style, to look an well a? new, at the City BIcachery, 18 Itrond.it., J8 F. H. ORBBNK. DP.A I.RR IU 77.V .V'M IWiti. SILK A.VI) COTTON LACJirs, a A nimsnys, HOOT A.vn nAiTttK KLAxrra fill-'E TltltEAD BUTTuffH, MOIIROO. OO., BLACK A.VI) VOLORRD No. VA WfLLlAll STREET, Neiv Vork jyl.'iGmos HAVANA CIOAIt.S, just re- iceivc.] at JOHN H. CLADDING'S; No. 93 Thameint., an iniporlatlon of fine Havana of the following Uranus Cnrbapro, Concha, Rsmaralda llegalia and Ksrrmrnld Prahiicos. of mnokln-i; aru Envifeil to Ctll and examine tho stock al7. LANDS I OR S ifl i- troir Philadclphii bi i m New Jtrni for Agricultural purooscs, b i soil, with a elay bottom. The I.IH tiact, divided into smill 'i i from a'l parts oftlip coin i i ind b i Idmj; Ihec 1, t d r i bL r v ser-urc fr Ml I s 0 pr irrr i il u l tilinniK 1, i, u ti m S.r( t Win f i F id A M I nlri-id 'n H in -i I II by 1, ti Vt II1IIC tj iv-r li O CONNOR COLI.liNDSH, ra-.nafac- inrcrsof fc.ivr movcil from.51aad63 Ann Strcc. to 03 0.5 nil CO Croshy street, hetwoen :'nd rnj; streets, Sew York; (npSEGARS! SEOARaTrj )F dircctimportation from several of the best mauafactoriepiu flavana. r-.ay be luniln- No. 16 Broad St., consistiiig in part f tho following brands, viz abarga Brcvas, Esmaraida Coucha, abarsa Cclindro do., ismaralda Conrha, Eamaraldo Londres, ismaraliia Regalia, El Crisol Trarnn-1, jsmaraldoTrabiica, El Crisol Cotirh., E! Crisol .T. T. STANHOPK.   

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