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Newport Daily News (Newspaper) - May 2, 1882, Newport, Rhode Island BANKERS BROKERS, DHAI.IJKS m i'onimcrcial 1'ancr, Oovc-rn. meat ami oilier Hint class Homls ami Si.- cnritlL-L Iiilcmit ttllou-e.l on cm-rent deposit ac. counts subject lo clieekal sijfht Collcctluns iMiiih! 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 urcn ar Letters of Credit for traveler available In all purls of (lie world Inrnisliei] nponsailslacloiyseein-ily. tho Now Voi-k "ion L.Ychanitcs, on commif. New York and No. 52 Weybosset St. I'KOVIDKNCB, K. I. Joshua Clias. H. Slieldon, Jr. ii'-'vl" "'iiliam liinney. Jr. MTACfTMWs; BANKERS and BROKERS, So. Exchange St., Ti-oi iilchce, K. I., THEJMjGJEfS WASHINGTON. a''e'l'nshie.'- "ml lirokur- ...n. JJ.IIIYUI liny and sell (strictly on commission) ail slocks dealt m at the N. V. Stock Exchange anilflomls S'''" Stocks nml I'ltcrcst all.nveil on Private and direct telegraphic coimmmi- cation with New York. Correspondence solicited. EXCHANGE on LONDON and PAULS IIKAH'N U1HKCT ON Morton, K.ise Co., London, Draxul, Hnrjes Co., Parie, I-'or any iniioinir, at. tlie mai-kcl. rates, for A. S. SIIEHMAN.'- MERCHANTS liANK CREMIN BUTLER, PRACT1OAT. PLUMBERS, ]2 Fi-aillclin Street. _ A full line of CLOSETS and all materials All work warranted. Sneeialattention irivei to orders. Telephonic connection. UOWKll'S THAI'S TOT IN TO OltDEK MoADAM OPENSHAW, PLUMBING- Arft'i1 HIL- Most, Apjiravrtl Sanitary Kc- ciuireiiu'iit.s. SMITH'S Svi'noN JKT WATK.Il CLOSETS (Iroiii Hit- very best yut pro- can buseun in upunif.ion nl Wo. G Jkrill Jgt trout. 1882. PAINTING Don't ivail. unlil are lull or then your house or bum painted the next. day. The undcraijined earnestly re- .Miestsall his triends wlio propose paintni" this season and are disposed lo help me get .-learol debt, lo s-ivu me their order mm nnd .1 ivillilo us pooil work as is done in tills Hum ill (I ll ney snise, a Ml" I homn lo iiiiinil and I am now I hi norfeel CHAPTER X'.l. Ax Act in amendment of and in addition to ChapterilOof Iho Public Statutes "Of Pawnbrokers." (Passed April 21, ii M fiidftal bn Me Uenenit Asaemlilu SECTIOX 1. .Section 1 of Chapter of the Public Statutes is hereby amended so as to read as follows: 'SECTION- 1. 'f'he Town Council of any town may grant licenses to suitable per- sons, residents of the state, under si.cl conditions ami regulations as they1 ma think proper, to carry on the business o pawnbrokers within their respective town for the term of one year at the place des ignated therein, and every licenes so grant cd shall designate the place where slid business shall be carried on, andthecarryinj, on of such business iu other place than that dpsignaled therein, whether In the person named therein or by any oilier person, shall be deemed to be without license, and shall bo punished according- ly and every person taking such license shall pay to tho Town Treasurer a sum not less tlmu fifty dollars, to be fixed by the Town Council, and notwithstanding anything herein or iu this Chapter here- inafter contained, any license so granted may bo revoked and annulled by said Town Council at any lime without'affect- ing any liability under the bonds herein- 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 provi- 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 sv.re- tios satisfactory to said Town Council, which sureties shall be residents of the town or city whnrellio licensee proposes to do business, conditioned that'he will not violate any of the provisions of this Chapter, and for Ihe payment of all costs and damages incurred by any violation of this Chapter, and the other fines and penal- ties herein provided for am- violation of the provisions of this Chapter shall not atl'ect the liability of said obligor unife said bond." SEC. a. Section 3 of said Chapter is hereby amended so as to read ns All- ows "Sue. Every pawnbroker shall keep a book in which he shall enter tlie dale duration and amount of any loan imule by .him, a full and accurate descrijxion of ail articles pawned, and the name, personal descriplibu, occupation and place of resi- dence (wilh the street and mnnuer of the house) of the pawner, and upon Ihe re. ceipt of said property shall deliver to Iho pawnor a memorandum in writing signed by him, containing the snbslancc of the abovo entry, and whenever re. quired shall submit said book to the in. spection 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 Sergeanl of any town, and Khali also make out and delivef 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 logihlnaud correct copy, from Iho book required to bo kept iu liiissoclloii, of all eiilrien made Ilmrein dming tho twonly.fonr hours pro- ceding tbn hour of 10 o'clock A. M. of Iho day upon which Kiiid copy is to bo THE STOCK ROOM Of tiie-Daily News is'filled-to witt a very lane miantity of Folded and Flat, Ruled and Unruled Note and Let- ter Papers, rate and Buff Envelopes in lane variety of wBints' and sizes, and Uncalcndered rate BOOK Papers, Heavy and LiflitfeiatTOte and Colored Card and Bristol Boards; any of wliicli will lie printed in tlieliest t short i DUNJLAP! ItEOElVED THIS MOItXIXO, Jfi OTT17 FOR John H. THAMES STliEKT. JUST A FITLI, LINE op Foreign- and Domestic Piece Goods, FOR SPRING WEAR. SUITS UPWARDS! JOHN O'CONNOR, 2Xr> Tn.-VMKS STRKKT, Opp. Po.smilU M spci'itilly, FH ;n PAPER HANGINGS, WINDOW SHADES, Sl'IU.NOS, TASSELS, .1 list'received, "DUO yards OH. CLOTH AI-STHAW .l.V.ri'INGS, HUGS. MATS, it' Also tllirlysecond-hand IlllUSSELS T M' ESTUY and INfillAIN CAKPETS in Bood order and for sale at imtioin prices. WM. H. HAMMETT, 174 Thames St. ONK HUNDRED DOZEf HANDLED''TEAS' AHRIVKD, ASn Plates in Every Size IN LA HOE QL'ANTITIliS. 1VAUE, PLAIN Itrrn RATED, FJIOM TO SIS A Stoves of every kind from Jl.sn 5.1; TiiWe C.itl.-ry, Ware, Milk Pa.Is anil Pirns of every size. Stoves slore.l in a verv drv place JAMES F. MARDEN, 3 Coilroll Block, Tlinmcs 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 Capllal licgiiiri-d. Call or Wrile to F, 0. LILLIBRIDGE CO., r.STMurt ST., KXl'K. U. I. DAVIS PITMAN HENRY CLAY (CONCHAS HOCIt CO.'Sl GOLDEN EAGLE. ADELINA. Ilie favorite sizes and stvlcs or tin loovelii-andsan.l a BOO.I assortment ol other minilsoflniportc.l rcceivcil. nil TnrlclBh i KnsBlan RICHARDSON, _ai2 Tliamcs St., Opy. Poslofllcc. Insurance Company, OF HAKTKOlln. PRINTING POSTERS, HANDBILLS, CARD SIGNS DODGERS, FLYERS, CIRCULARS, LETTER HEADS NOTE HEADS, ENVELOPES, LABELS, DRAFTS, NOTICES, CHECKS, ORDERS, RECEIPTS, CONTRACTS, BONDS, DEEDS LEASES, New PaperHanglngs! We are now in-epareil l.i.fon- our isloini.rs tlie LAKGEPT and MOST 'OM I. -.Hi line of LL PAPEUS ,-ver brmur'l t .tliis city, in the most AHTISTI 1JE- O.NKmi.1 COLORINGS, from all Ihe '''iS "M io.--eol N.-wl in-k T 151JOAD1VAV 1 SPRING ST. CORNELL SON. A. I-.U1VKI1S AMI JI.I.VI.-IMCTUIIKIIS OF It I C IT V u R i> T HT T? K Phyficians pi-efem smart man can make moil MEN'S FLANNEL SUITS! Wi- hnvi- ah-.-ndy ri-ceived tliu largest nuantitj- of Illne Klunnel Goods we ever ollered lo this marlu-l. onnsislinjr of I'.EST GKADE OF Tones, Hosi.li-s a iiunibi-r of pieces of 23 Church Street. U 1-2 THAMES STREET, CIRPETS, WALL PAPERS, Middlesex Yacht Cloth Suits, Single ami Doulilc liivasleil Coals. THK OKAHK OF A.T sio w.n J. E. Seabury, 138 140 THAMES STREET. For Sale and Made Up by OTTO, Cottrell Block. The Latest Styles Tolitl Assels Losses 1'itiil, in (Jiish Wllli Ilih niiiirnlllcenl. sliownnr tin- .Minn MIlUlanilHiU the h.'ilil of Aini-rli-an Insur- ance ttnnimnli-N. Policies wrlllon on all onlliuiry clauses properly anil nt. as low rales as hy any oilier reliable conipanv Very low rales on .Iclaciic.l .Iw.....tnrsanii liirmrlHkHforn IIM-III of years. 1NH1WKS AflAINSTHAMAOH 1IY I.KIMT- NINO, WIIKTIIK1I KMin Ktf. SUKS OH NOT. L. D. DAVIS, Agent, AT KAir.V NKWS OFFICK. BOOKS, BRIEFS BLANKS, BILLHEADS, WASHING LISTS WORK LISTS CARDS, WEDDING CARDS, WEDDING INVITATIONS ORDERS of DANCE, BILLS of FARE, PAMPHLETS I'KINTKIt IN THK ItKST MANNFI1 AND WITH AI.I, HKASONABI.K DKSl'ATCH, AT TIIK News Job Office. FURNITURE COVERINGS Pantaloon Goods! E. P. SWAN, 168 Thames Street. WINDOW SHADES. [1WTAIII.ISIIKD1ICB.1 LANGLEY SHARPE, Sncc.'ssors io inamH'rsot w, COPPER HPET-IHON WARE! A180, KITCIIKN FlIRNTriJHK. NO. 195 THAMES STEEET, NKWl'OllT, 1. iiHiiiwiinilOialliMpi of ilcscriinlons. JUST RECEIVED, English and Franc! SUITINGS I METHODIST EPISCOPAL Hymn and Tune Books OF AI.I. TIIK roit HAI.I-; AT r. R. PTTMA.1 ar RHOAIMVAY. MMTUNTOSON, aiUllCHANT TAIl.OltS, All P. NOW SHOWINU THK MINT LINK OP SPUING 10LENS KVKU lirmiKII IN- THIS CITV. They arc uri-puri-i! lo make Ihc sinni. Into 104 106 Thames, oor. Marv St. TRR1-OS! TREES! IDOOKiiKllsh Jf Jlh l-'roni IIMI lolwetil.y ici-l for sain aClor sin-tint plimtlnir. Thev wi't-'iTrowYi inat must hocLrc.l an.lw I a n loiv pi-Ice, .lust place. Immll-e of
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