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   Newport Daily News (Newspaper) - February 3, 1882, Newport, Rhode Island                                blUlutJ 11 Dally In I Vol. XXX VI I, Nil. S. NEWPORT, R. I., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1882. 113 cents H week, to Ciirrlir. SliiKli) copies, :t ci'iila. _ THE MORNING'S NEWS, Wilbour.JactonSCo, BANKERS BROKERS, l.o.iii THE JEANNETTE. WA8IIJXGTON. (.'ol'.K, woman named Cronin, j Ihe town of Mdlstreel, has turned in- Interesting: Kee.OI'lls Oli.U.UKS in Commercial 1'nper, (loverii.. m.'ill anil iithi'i- tii-sl clnss llon.ls ami Sc- curitic.s. Intei-esl allovve.l on enrrent ilenoMi iit- eoimls.siilijecl lo check nt Hliclil I'ollceiiousnia.letorilcpositdrelniillparls ol tin- Lulled Slales tree ol cliarce Drulisioi'saleoii London, i'aris anil llie IM-iiiciiiulciili-s.il Ihe Continent oIKnrope ircu in- l.cuei-.s ol r.v.iii nvnilalile In nil pni-ls of Ihe world tin-nisle-d upon salistaetory security. Vnrk ami lloslon SIo--li H.vcliaiiires, on coinniis Private llostoii. ISTo. 53 WeybofcisctSt. It. I. .loslnm Willmu-. CJias. ll.Sheliloii J, llcnjnmm A..I .ekson, William Iliuliey, Jr. (IXE IIUMIKKI) TH'KSTV-SKCOM) 01VIZ) EN 13. SAVINGS BANK OF NEWPORT It. 1., Jan. 21sl issi 'plIETHl'STKESol tliis inslilutioii liave J. ilei-lura! n .scmi-anuual illvhlriiil on all ilcposlls (by Ihe rules eutilliil thereto) ul tin- rale ol live per cent, per annum, navnbie on ami after tins W1I.UAM II. SHKKMAX, Ti-casnrer. The .li-iinnctlc llcllef. Feb. Secretary llunl laisdesiynntcd Lieutenant (lih's li. Har- lir-r iiii.l MaMef W. II. Schultze, of Ihe navy. as the oflifcrs to assist Lieutenant nanonhauer in the search for t'hipp and his inul they will lakn j former and has {jiven sworn iiifonnation against eighteen who as- sembled and disguised tln'lnselVfS at her house. The French Financial Silnalioli. I'AHIS. Feb. bank called the Credit Provincial and a few outside brokers hitvo failed. Loxnox. 1-Vli. I'aris despntcli an- j nonnees thai M. Hontoiix. jiresident. and -M. Fider, maunder, of (he Union (Jen- j from Hie EXCHAXOE on anil I'ARIS DIIAW.V IHitKfT OX Co., l.oinlon, Drpxi-1, llat'ics Jt I'ariB, For any amount, al (lie market rates, tvu- A. S. SIllilt.MAN'. MKItl'HANTS 11AXK ffioal auft COAL! A CKXl'lXI-: ARTICLE IX Till-; TOI.LOiV. IXll SI7.RJ AXII PltlCKS. KOItCASIl: CHESTSL'T, 5.75 STOVE, (i.oo A LS( I Lykens Valley, Lorhei-rv nnil J.cliigli Coiil at Lowest Trim. IIICK01IV, OAII. MAPLE, PINE, SOUTIIKItN 1'IKU ,v W1I1TK PISP WOOD UL-orifln Pine or Fat Wood prepare.! for startiiiBlin's. I'or .-.-lie in nuy qunnlily ,lc- GAKDIXKl: CO. TakeNotice Xew York on Saturday, with th tntion of renchine Irkutsk aliollt tho middle of March. Their instructions are not quite complete. Imt will include orders to spare neither etl'ort nor expense in tin- prosecution of the work assigned to them. Lieutenant llarber is in com- limnil of tlie torpedo lioat Alarm al Ihe navy yard here. Master Sehultze is on leave in St. Louis, liolh officers have ex- pressed n cheerful willingness to nccept the duty, anil were selected hecanse of their peculiar IHuess and capacity for the service. Lieutenant llarber vvns'a friend of (Jeneral (inrllclil. anil Hurlior '1'he engineci-K' estimates for the im- provements of rivers and harbors for (he current year advise an appropriation of The Commerce Committee toilnv decided to limit the Hiver and Har- bor liill to A'.MWO.WO, with n special np proprintion of liroveinent al the monthof the .Mississippi river. I'rojMisi'il Chcapei- I'ostaire. The House Committee on rostofliecs and Post Itonds have already under con- sideration the proposition to'reduce the let- ter postage to two cents for each luilf- The prevailingsenlimeut of the Coniniitieeis understood to lie the immediate adoption of .such a rate, though vo-cent is looked to not unlikely rate in the future. The committee have already reported nmmi. monsly arjainst the one-cent rate pro- ised by W. H. iiohiiison. Cniti-uii flnitean is suffering from a severe cold. One of the jail officials, who !ms observed Discovery (if l.icut. Long's I, list Kcconl. The Contlilioii of (ho I'arty. haslinishcd his oilicial duties he expects to return, and will prolmlilv iniike his fillni-e home in Hartford. ......The funeral of the late Kev. Dr. HellovvH took place Thursday from All Souls' Church, New York, of which he wn-i pastor for many years. The pnll.bearers were nrrested lust evening, at a i Ills- following: meetine; of (lie Hoard of Directors, and that it is staled legal proce are lo be commem-ed several of llm di- rectors. M. liontonx mid Fider lire charged with and will not obtain a trial by jurv. I'.nus, I''eb. In the Deputies, todav. ted by M. Andrieux wore Wm. II. M." I'ritchard, Nnthan Chandler, .1. W. (ioddard Dorman li. Katon, Arnold, .lolm If. Ithodes anil Joseph II. Choalc. The scnices conducti'dbvl'.ev. Dr. of Xew York and Kev. Dr. of v I and the funeral oration was delivered In- Nt.w 1-eb. .1. Ihe Herald has Kev. Kdward Hveretl llnle. who paid; tribute to the memory of ihe'dcccnsed minister. The remains were then con- vcved to W, nnd Lyons JJourscs was Humbert. Minister of Justice' stated that The following important despatch w: received direct this morning from Lieul Danenliaiier, al Our three boat left Simenou-sky Island o-.i til >f Hi'pt.....her bound for Barker, nim ly.Iivc miles  T and costs, and the lliinl sent lo jail nt Xcwport. A brilliant social event occurred in Ihis .jllict town Tnesdny cuing. Jnilllnrv 'Jllli. Il was the marriage of .Mr. Win. F. White, partner of the linn of White Brothers, I'awtuxet. K. I.. .Miss Olive C. Stnrte- vant. second daughter of Kev. nnd .Mrs. W. IL Stilrtevain. residents of Ihis town. The wedding took place in the Congrega- tional Church, and wns preceded bv nn rgan rccitnl of severnl selections, which ere finely rendered bv Miss T Clark, of Little I D XKIV STOCK JTST IX. STAFFORD BRYER, 90 Thames Street. Jlooms iinA UOOM TO t 'I'll UKXT-A plfiisillil rilriil.-lii-.l 1 without lj'iur.1. NOTICE! LARGE and ELEGANT LINE n F BRUSSELS, TAPESTRY and INGRAIN CARPETS, Oil Cloths Linoleums, )im ivi; ATWATER HOUSE, Xo. UO'J 'rilAMKH f-irr., Sei-iinil Itlock north I'oslollice. Thames SI., cor. Creen. Meals at alllioors. llvslers of Ihe clioieesl lira n-tsciinslaiit I von hand at the re-tanranl Also nirilisiicil loiliriinr lo lei wltli or w.thonl linar.lal very iiioilerale I'lirll.'SWI.sliiitK liiniril and lulirlnir will do well lo in.piin- nl either of Hie nliovt- naiia-il IIANDAI.I. ATWATKB, AMBROSE DINING ROOMS! IS the hcsl in Ilieeliylo gel First Clnss Table Board at the Most lioasoimlilo Itatos. Also rurm.-aed ruonis, in sniies or singly, lolei llie.lnvorweek. ritKSIIDyS'l'EHSorillitheehoieeslln-anilB anil served in every style. Meals scrveil at ail hours. lake the early nioni- illy train or boats cull llaye lireakNist serveti inainpleliniein Die Anilirosc Knoins. H.T. 1'ropj-Ietor _______Ml. f.T '1'HAMKS STItliKT. I M Clothing. OVERCOATS MADK CI- AT OKEATI.V RKDVCEU I'ltlCKS OTTO, COTTRELLBLOd aving iimvci] my s THAMES STUKKT. i r.y, inn York Hal 'A1' PICTURE FRAMING AND GILDING in d (Irs! cluss iniuim-r. 3ilas G, Shaw, 160 Thames St, I In- most inn Ilfittin-! :nid-Siiniljii-v KtiKinci-i-s in i nm n try, wr Jin- lit.-s work for pulilii- nr jinvutc iiritir wurk, A-r. Win. C, Cozzens Co, nt i (4 st T i v LANGLEY SHARPE, li-llll I t n t inosl rcsnect filth- ask Condensed Tr-legnims. Wahash. Ind.. Wednesday. Jinny rep- ri'sentiUiv town ilrunk-. M.Kt of Hi-' tiikr'ii fnnn tin-in 1" Insurance Company, OK Cash Totnl Assets................ Miirnlimnvprnl! Lossos Paid, in fash......5VWVHHUH) Wiih ihis iniiKnillcctil stiowiiiK 1ln> .Klnu still sliimls ai of Aincrinii] Insiir- Pnlleirs mi nil inliiuiry diiftscsnf property ami nt :IH low rah'H us by tiny ntlicr n-linlili1 company. Very low rules on ilctiielied nnd I'jirni for :i term (if years. D. DAVIS, Agent, AT 1IAII.Y MiWS OKI' I (.'H. _ the c.lark announced result the cheers wore renewed. Mr. Alvord uml Mr. Brooks escorts! Mr. IMtcrson (o the chair amid dujipiiiLi 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 Tam- many men have heen plat-ed in un awk- ward position by the iiiiti-MnnopoliNtB, wlio have accepted the satisfactorv can- cus candidates of tlie Ocniocratn. (las Fixtures, Burners, All orders for work Icfl receive pnmipt iiltenhon. R.JCST ItKCKIVHIl TUB I.ATRST SHADKS OF Stamped Utrecht PLUSHES. AhoSII.K IT.IISIIHS. A liu-ir REIGN. The I.iintl FimilK. LnsiMW. Full, I.jind "flirials. w-liik-dun.vIiiK (lint ilioy lost major pm-tirm of their fumls in Union denoniK', uilniil that tliry liuve lost KIIIIIC pnrtinn, ulllHHitfli tlicy d.. nnf figures. K may he ivmemlioved tlml thn KiiliKcrilir-rs wen'lonfj nKn (hut the fintilK were (irmly uml safely in- vested. K iippeiir.1; iliat (he mimey wis nse.d in Kpoculativd invcstmentrJ. 'rhisi iri. ut all events, the impression that tlm TreiHiirer of the Lcaym; wished to create. Fob "'J dosmHi to the WIIKTIIKII K1HK UN- frnlll s'tnnny 'MS OK NOT. view lias talien place hclween (he qnis  iniporiant itomtion of Afwicimp Chino-if! MitiintiT, hn-i left Ilait- hi'i honiewnnl foimii'V, After he 137THAMESSTRKRT, is rrr.i.v T Steam Presses, Paper a n tt C a rd C u t te rs, S te re- otyping Apparatus and other Machinery, with a largequantity 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 I.he best foundries, and it is the design of the manage- ment to keep the estab- lishment 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 Hangings! ItKl'KIVlXC Ot'l! WAI.I, I'AI'KHS 1-MIi 'I'lII-: SKASIIN. AT 27 BROADWAY and 1 ST CORNELL SON. WONDERFUL INVENTIONS ftlii- Nhii-li-Mitli Oiitury: The :.InK. in-lit TcleKraph, the Trli-phnui-. Ilinl Ihe Wonilrrfiil WILSONIA" CLOTHING! AMI- Ladies' Cursei. and teleplione are vvomler- Hut are no compariso Tin- leiusra tot iiiveiilion o Hie heallii-uivini.' and lilV-preserviim Tiie uarnients, when worn m solljcifin lo cover the and nerve cemres. acenrdhnr to directions will cure all, tiseases I lial are cliralile. Tliej Kill cure lln- worst cases of falarril ever known, Ihere is probabl.v a case of I'aralysi- Inn t.aa ciire.1. If worn aceor.l. lo ihreetioos. All selisilile men know I hat medicine will not cure paraivsis lint Itie MAIiNKTK1 Cl.tlTlllXi: will jf, it. liwlll also cure Klieiiiualisni, Afllima, Ilrnncliltis liillannnaliiin and Illi'eillnir ol' the Lnniri Heart Disease, Alliuminons rrine. l.K-omo- lor Aliixin. (iiiitt. Varicose Veins, nun ol tin- Kidneys, siihml diseases, and all female Weakness prev-ett- liveaswell as a cure for Pneumonia and all contafdous -liseases. such as Small-pov. Searli't l-'evt-r, Krysipelas. etc. There are now IT.IXKl people wearins; these p-arments In New Voi-k. Uruoklyn. Ikiston and I'rovi- 'lenee. and there are men of "real ininils. such as I'eiei- Cooper, Thurlow Weed Tom t.arrison. (ten. lirahiini. ami ihousamls otliers. There liave been scores of these jrannelit.s sold in tins city m Ihe last few weeks, ami hey are wonderful cures. Xames on! test inn in ials can lie seen at this olliee. CHARLES F. FRASCH, 1O2 Thames Street. BEAVER: Hafs ;nifl Bonnets u-lik-li low Mint :ill ciin Don't iro nut ol' 111.' cily lo von will si-ll von (iocnls Clii-niii- llnin Anyrily. liur Fpiithors, Plushes, liililions, Jlnlc- skins, Velvets, Crupe, kr., NOT 10 i-xi-cllnl In qiuilliy or pr HAIR AND FANCY GOODS! Stamping I'n Hilk roiisiniiilv Mi-w. A. Coffin's, Mir-LIXEIl anil DKKSSMAKKK. XO. 1 FUAMU.IN- STISKKT. Miss M. .K. Cottrell Has from Ihi- Impoi-U'i-s n r1 n >i i A >i I--.XT MILLINERY GOODS! Fall and Winter Season, GOODS! Fine Pocket and Table Cutlery, M I >S f H X Funcy mid IlHcl'nl IMatfd Ware-, WlltE l-'LOWFIt STANDS, I.V'Nt'H B.VSKF.TS. ii- IMOXK! I1ASKKTS l It-int'iiX Yitnllis' uml lloyn1 Tool fln-slH. J .M.K.SOUTHWICK -M'ST IIFC'F.IVFU. SKVKHAI. NEW AND BEAUTIFUL mm (IF TYPE New Type BEST STOCK and MATERIAL News Printing Office tlieatem for Ihe city, was stricken down will, paralysis, laid for weeks in St. I.nke's Hospital, Xcw Vork. and I he physicians pro- nounced his ease enurely hopeless. .Mr I.illitiridjre pul on ihe the x'oth of .lone, ISsI, and is today almost a? well a? tie ever was. Send, a- call for a circular al the Principal rilliee for Xew Km.'land. XO. 174 WF.STMIXSTKR STREET, n. j. f-' f- ?f T M -V X T JE I) i Stiiiuliinl nf FALL AND WINTKK Suitings, Oyercoatings PANTALOON GOODS, William C. Langley, MERCHANT TAII.Oli, 104 106 Thames, cor. Mary St. .IV-ST HKCMYKD, A NKW LINK OK SPRINGFIELD DYE HOUSE. iKSTAItl-ISIIKIl ol' nil (l.-si'i ii'lion-i iloni- in llit1 h.'.-l iiuuiniT. ACKN'CV, ItKOAinVAY. TO WATER TAKERS! IS Hl'HKBV (MVKX TO rOX- THAT, win i.K TIIK imiHAvrs ARE 11K1.NV. Sl-'.T. TUB WATKH WII.I. UK "lll'TUFF FHOM 01FFHHKNT SKCTIOXS F Till-: CITV. HX IIIKFKHKXT OAVS I'F.liSONS IIKI'KNIIINIi OX UK( T I'ltl-'.S- 1 Id) TO SI I'l'I.V MOT WATKII AH- F.XI'l.OSIONS. CHAS, B, WEAVER, AGENT, Wiilonvorks. E. P. SWAN, IflS Thames Street. JI'ST HFCKIVKD. A COM1M.HTE I.INK OK Winter Overcoating! IX F.VKHV SIIADF, AT MODF.ltATF I'RICFS. J. LAMBERT, MEltCIIAVr TAII.Oli, 3Vo. 10 .STKTRKT. jSTEWK srr -AND- MOST APPEOVED STYLES TYPE! 'HUM Till'. II.KST AIIKl'llXSTAXTI.V I'l.'llrllASKI) MV TIIK MAXAIiK.MKXT C1K TIIK XKWS OFFICK. .loni-proinplly nii.l KhlKlcy'N M'luil-r, I l-lll-ivl." LADIES' FUR-LINED CIRCULARS Cards, Billheads and Oilier LiKe Uses, New material Is constantly iidded to the EWS JOB OFFICE. ninl Fnlorlor Itppnmlloiin. H. M. vomo. iin.iv- Blue Grass Whiskey, V I-'.HY Alsiniclioleelineol NK.WTKAS, FIIKSHI.Y ItOASTHI) (.Invil, Morlin nntl FAXCV IIIITTKIt amlCllKKSK, I-'IEKSH I'XHIS, ,tr., ,tc., C'AXXKD (H'lllllS A SI'FCIAI.TY. Best FLOUR Always on Hand, Iliin'l toiyel that you call liny a liollle of (JltASS IIKM.K BOUitHOX D, W, f lif, for Ncwimrt.H. I. 5 to E. SEABDRy'S, 138 HO THAMES STREET. SILK" UMBRELLAS nm GOULD SON,   

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