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ing the house of an early hour before it,
should be fastened, then killing Mr.
White, by first knocking him on the head ||
so that they should not be smeared with
blood, taking the iron chest, and cnrrying!
it on board a boat, if one could be had,'
otherwise to remove it ina waggon: that
these conversations took place in Febru
ary, and that they were to wait till the
snow should be off, so that their tracks
could not be traced.
Before the time when the murder of
Mr. White was committed, which hap
yened in the night of the 6th Apnl,
Tatch and Quiner had both been arrest
ed for other offences,and Hatch commit-l
ted to New Bedlord goal, and Quiner to
Exeter goal. |
NEWPORT,
WEDNESDAY, MAY 12, 1830.
pc=The space occupied by the inter-
esting speeches of Messrs Rospins and
Pearck, has necessarily excluded consi
derable variety from our columns of to
day. They cannot fail to be read with
interest and satisfaction by all our read
ers. -
R. . LEGISLATURE,
MAY SESSION.
TIIE ELECTION
Of general officers of the state, &c. took place in
this town last week. The Assembly convened at
10 o’clock on Wednesday, and after choosing a
Speaker and two clerks, (same as before,) a com
mittee was appointed to count the votes for gene
ral officers of the state for the ensuing year. As
we anticipated, owing to the great variety of prox
es, the Committee was not able to report until the
next morning. Annexed is the substance of their
report.
His Excellency James Fenner for Governor,
1072 majority.
His Honor Charles Collins,
for Lt. Governor, 3420 “
For Ist Senator, Brown had 2322
Cornell 2101
Scatteling, 96
For 2d Senator, D'Wolf had 2338
Bosworth, 2208
Scattering 6
124 m. for D'W.
For 3d Senator, Freeborn had 2295
2244
6
Smith,
Scattering
For 4th Scnator,Durfee had 2289
S. B. C0me112256
Scattering 4
29 maj for D.
For sth Senator, Chaffee had 2222
Simmons, 2205
Scattering, 8
For 6th Senator, the vote
stood for Potter, 2246
Watson, 2257
Scattering 18
No election. Seven votes more would have e
lected Mr Watson. He has a plurality of 11 over
Mr Potter.
For 7th Senator, Hawkins, 2285
Whipple, 2197
Scattering 20
For Bth Senator, Remington, 2328
Eldridge, 2110
Scattering 71
147 maj for R.
For 9th Senator, Barber had 2401
Cross, 2123
Scattering 12
266 maj for B.
For 10th Senator,Field had 2265
Barton, 2238
Scattering 30
No election. Mr Field wanting 4 more votes
to make a majority.
The Secretary, Attorney General, and General-
Treasurer, were re-elected without opposition.
We have not as much room to appropriate to
the business of the Legislatare in this number, as
we could wish, and are therefore obliged to give
merely a summary of their proceedings.
Thursday afternoon was occupied in receiving
and disposing of private petitions. Friday morn
ing, the election of civil and military officers took
place in Grand Committee. Wm R. Watson was
re-appointed Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas
for the county of Providence, by a majority of 8
over E. J. Mallett, The Judges of the Courts of
Common Pleas for the counties of Newport, Wash
ington and Bristol, were re-elected. The present
Justices of the Peace for the town of Providence,
were re-elected. (7 only.)
The Committee on Finance reported in favor of
granting lotteries to the First Universalist Society
in North Providence to raise four thousand dollars,
and the Artillery Company in Newport to raise 800
dollars.
The General Treasurer’s report was read, and
Messrs Trevett and Simmons appointed a Com
mittee to audit and examine his account, and re
port to the next session of the Assembly.
His Excellency sent to the House communica
tions from the States of Delaware, Ohio, Pennsyl
vania and Kentucky, approving of the tariff laws,
which were referred to Mesars Hazard, Ball and
L. H, Amold.
| On Satarday morning the two Houses again
joined in Grand Committee on the cleetion. The
Judges of the Supreme Judicial Court, aud those
of the Court of Common Pleas for the county of
1 Kent, were re-elected, except Seth Brown in the |
place of Judge King,declined. The appointment of
all the Company officers was postponed until June,
.and the comuuittee rose..
I A report was received from the Commissioners.
of the Farmers and Mechanics Bank, stating that
:they had well grounded expectations thut the prop-:
“erty belonging to the bank would be sufficient to
‘discharge all its debts, and leave a consideruble
surplus to divide among the stockholders. l
| An act passed, permitting prisoners confined in'
juil in Providence for debt, and who now have giv- I
en or hereafter shall give bond for the jail liberties, |
to go into any buildings, within the jail limits, and
‘board and lodge therein. '
I An act passed amending the charter of the Bris-i
tol Commercial bank, for liberty to reduce the
“capital stock of said bank, - I
| PUBLIC SCHOOL IN NEWPORT. i
| The petition of the town of Newport,'
for liberty to build a school house, out of
:the school fund in that town, created by!
law and voluntary donation, after having
\been read in the House of Representa-|
tives, was referred to Messrs. Ennis nndi
' Pratt, who reported a bill in accordance
:with the views of the’ petitioners. Onl
‘Saturday morning Mr Trevett called for
the considetation of the bill. Mr. E. R. j
'Pottermoved that the consideration of the
‘subject be continued to the next session,l‘
'in consequence of there not being suffi-/
|cient time to act on it at present. Mr.|l
Trevett was opposed to a continuance,l
:und expressed his belief that a continu-g
ance might defeat the object of the peti
tioners, Mr. J. Champlin agreed with!
' Mr. Potter, that the consideration of the'
:subject ought to be continued. Mr.'l
'Peckhum was in favor of a continuance,
'in order that the parties might compro—i‘
'mise. The remonstrance to the petition
Iwas read. DMr. Trevett said there could;I
‘be no compromise between the parties. |
'He considered there was sufficient time'
'to act on the petition; it was important to'i
lN ewport and when the circumstances
‘were considered, the Assembly would bct
!of the same opinion. He had himself
‘been a teacher in Newport for more thnn:
;twenty-five years, and had with pain wit- II
inessed the evil wbich arose from thell
;want of free schools. He had been the|
teacher of from 75 to 200 scholars, and
:aluwugh his eight hundred a ycar wn«'i
sacrificed in consequence of the estab-
J'jlishmcnt of the public school in Ncwport,!
‘he was still willing to do all he could for
the promotion of free schools, He had
:nlways been in the habit of schooling nt;
;lcnst twenty every year without any
.compensation, and he hoped as there was
‘but one public school in the town, and it
‘being impossible for all the children to
;be educated at that, that the business
‘would not be postponed. ‘
l Mr. Ennis said, if the question now |
\was, whether a tax should be levied on|
‘the people or not, it might well provoke:
;discussion; but it was simply whetheri
the Legislature would allow hwenly-seven
‘hundred dollars to be appropriated to the
‘building of a school house, out of a
'school fund not otherwise appropriated
'—out, in fact, of a surplus fund. Thata
house was necessary, every one admit
'ed; they had funds enough, if the I.cgis—‘
lature would make the u.ppropriation,l
‘and, under these circumstances, he con-:
Isidered it inequitable and unjust, for.
'Newport to be deprived of the benefit of
'the fund. I
125 maj. for B.
45 maj. for F.
9 maj. for C.
68 maj for 11.
| Mr. Robinson Poller, appeared at the',
‘bar for the remonstrants. He was de-!
:sirous to have the subject discussed at
this time, but he considered that imposmi-'l
;ble. The funds which the town wiexhed|
ito get possession of, to build the school|
;house with, he said, were otherwisc|
'specifically appropriated, and if the Leg
'islature passed the bill, the sum to be
'raised would eventually come out of the
‘town, and fall on those who paid taxes,
'He was satisfied that the town could not|
fafl'ord it, and the citizens who paid thel
'hcaviest taxes, was decidedly opposed to'
it—that the vote passed at the town
!mecting was not a fair expression of the]
‘views and wishes of the inhabitants of
INcwport, and that it was passed when a{
‘respectable part of them were gone to
‘dinner, by a few individuals. Mr. Sim-l
'mons said that Mr. Potter did not state
;fncts, that so far from that, a particulnr'
bhmlr was assigned on town meeting day,
and sufficient and timely notice given
\when the business was to be brought be
fore the freemen, and that the meeting
was not only respectably but very fully
'attendod when the vote passed. Mr.
P. wished to have the subject postponed
for further consideration, believing it
would be in his power to satisfy the An—'
sembly that the bill ought not to pass.—|
Mr. Hazard, said he saw no evil that
HERALD OF THE TIMES,
‘would arise from a postponcment, and
Iw-a therefore, in faver of it. The ques
"tion involved the right of property, which
‘he considered the most important right of
;the citizen. It was through this rightl
jalone, that liberty and life itself could‘
'be maintained. It was a natural
!right, that ought not to be infringed orl
liuvuded, without great cousiderution.--'
‘After some further discussion, the bill
‘was postponed. l
| At about half past one o’clock, the Assembly ad-
Jjourned to meet again in Newport on the third Mon
day of June. |
The Court of Common Pleas and Gen
eral Sessions of the Peace, for the coun
ty of Newport, will commence its May
term in this town on Monday next. I
The New-York papers of Monday,re
ceived by the Franklin yesterday, con
tain nothing important, either foreign or
domestic. j
~ Mr. EuNatoan Mancuester, has
been appointed by the U. S. Marshal for
the Rhode-Island District, to take the
Census of the inhabitants of Ncwport.{
He is to commence that duty on the first’
day of June next. I
Another Steamboat ex loaiou.——'l‘hc,
Cincinnati Advertiser of tf:e 2d ult. says
—*lt is with the most lively feelings of
regret we have again to announce anoth
er of those calamitous events, which hu\'c'
80 often occurred of late upon the West-'
ern waters. The superior steambodt
Caledonia, Captain Russell, on her way
up from New-Orleans, burst her boiler,
about 9 miles below New Madrid, which’
killed ~ing, badly wounded seven, and.
slightly wounded eight. ‘
MARRIAGES.
In Bristol by the Rev Mr. Bonney, Mr. William
H. Drown to Miss Lucretra 8. Miller. daughter of
the late Mr Allen Miller, all of Bristol. |
In Tiverton, Mr. Isaac Smith to Miss Eliza
Lake, of that town. I
DEATHS.
I On Monday night last, James Alger jr. aged 20
years. .
I In North Kingstown Mr Jumes Rose, aged 86
years, :
' In North Providence, Mr William G. Corey.'
aged 36 years,
~ln Bristol, on Tuesday 4th, Mrs Mary Elliot,
formerly of Newport.
On the 26th ult. at Union Springs, Martha Slo
cum Burnham, consort ot Asa N. Burnham, and
daughter of the late Thomas Hammond, Esq. of
New Bedford in the 32d year of her age. In the‘
ido«th of this truly exeellent woinan, society sus
tains an irreparable loss.' ‘Those allied by the ties
of affinity bowing in bumble reverence, to the af
flictive dispensation, are consoled only in the belief |
from her well spent life, through redceming love
her pure spirit has found acceptance, and is at rest. ,
PORT OF NEWPORT.
ENTERED.
Sch Samuel, Baker, Boston, o
Sloop New York, Potter, New York.
Sch. Sally Hope, Baker, Boston.
CLEARED.
Bch. Haxall, Shove, Alexandria,
Samuel, Baker, Providence,
Sloop New York, Potter, do.
Mary Burt, Philadelphia,
Sally Hope, Baker, Providence,
Brig Ann Gadsden, Northam, New York.
CuARrLEsTON, May I.—Br. sloop Diligence,
was spoken off Charleston Bar, 30th April by sch.
John C Calhoun, Ireland, from Philadelphia.—
capt . was informed that the brig I'emperance, of
Wells, (Me.) from Newport, R 1 for New Orleuun,l
was wrecked 15th March, on Elbo Key—vessel
entirely lost, «ails and rigging taken to Nassau and
sold. Capt. Clark and crew were taken from the
D. by the J C C and the sloop returned to Nno-‘
sau.
Ship North America, Pickens, of Warren, was
spoken March Ist, with 950 bbls oil.
Sch Washington, Eldridge, sailed from Norfolk,
bth for P.ovidence.
W‘Sl’lfi)—M‘ujiesiicV,iPnge, cleared from Charleston,
April 30th for New Orleans.
- Spoken, 4th Dec ship Frederick Augustus,Earle,
of this port, with 1600 bbls oil. |
CHEAP
MERINO SHAWLS.
J UST received from New York—another cheap
lot of merino and thibet shawls—green barage,
wide and handsome colors, for veils—a few pieces
more fashionable English calicoes—six pieces
black lasting, fashionable for pantaloons—with a
variety of other goods. Constantly receiving from
New York, supplies of new and fashionable
GOODS, which will be sold very cheap.
Jonx l".“&'owusssn.
Apsil 28. .
|
I DR. MOORE, |
TF.NI)F.RB his services to his fellow citizens
and the public generally, as a practitioner of
medicine and surgery. Office at No. 93 "Thames
street, three doors south of Market square. -
- May 5, 1830. Bef.
STRAW BONNETS.
JUBT received by JENNET DRUM
MOND, 1 Case of Fine Straw Bonnets,
of the newest patterns. JAlso, Elegant Straw
Bands. [April 1.
COTTON YARNS.
P LEACHED, wbleached, wd e s o
ALSO
Two or three threaded, white and mixt knitting
Cottons for sale by
H. Skssions.
Ap. 14,
& TO LET,
| TIHE chambers in the house, No.
| 45, Broad Street. Possession given
‘ inmediately.
| May 12,
TO LET,
" THE building adjoining the sub
! scriber's store in Broad Street. A
i good stand for a shoe maker.
WM D. STEWART.
May 12,
| TO LET,
oo o THE lower part of a house in a
j m central and pleasant part of the town.
b 'l'he house is in the best repair, and
the tenement is very convenient and commaodious.
Possession will be given imwmediately, Inquire at
this office. April 28,
FOR SALE,
|
ey THAT pleasantly situa
| ted house in Elm-street now oc-
R cupied by George Turner Fsq. The
e house is in good repair, and fit for
the reception of a genteel fumily ; the cellar and
yard are paved : a well of good water near the
door : a large garden, and on the premises is a
store two stories high and 32 feet by2o. For fur
ther particulars apply to W, CALLAHAN.
- April 7. If.
EAST INDIA SUGAR,
JL‘ST received and for sale, by
A. MUNRO,
South Wing R. I. Union Bank. |
SEGARS,
For sale by JOHIN STEVENS & CO,
North Wing R. I. Union Bank.
DANCING. I
MR. DUNHAM’S spring and summer
Term, for Dancing has commenced at the
Masonic Hall. A few more scholars can be ac
commodated. May 12.
VARIETY STORE.
Bush. Flam White POTATOES, of a
50 very superior quality for family use,
Just received and for sale, by BEN«
JAMIN H. WILBOR, Broad Street, where!
also may be found a very extensive ussortmient of
CROCERIES,
DRY GOODS,
1
. SHOES,
WOODEN, STONE & EARTHEN
WARE; BUTTER, LARD, &c.
As low as can be purchased in this town.
- Newport, May 12,
FOU ND.==eOn the shore of the subscriber,
on the 18th inst, a boat. built of oak, 9 or
10 feet keel. The owner can have her by prov
ing property and paying charges.
JOHN CHACE.
Middletown,April 28, 1830.
ALE.
TIIE subscriber, agent for the proprietors of the
Eagle Brewery, Providence—has and will
keep constantly a supply of their ALE for
sale, in barrels and half barrels—also in kegs for
families. The Ale is not inferior to any made,
HENRY POTTER.
April 7. 1-3 m.
ELECTION SHOES.
FRESII SUI''LY,
I
PARDON WHITE,
HAS just received a fresh supply of all kinds
of women’s& children’s cloth and morocco
BOOTS—men’s and boy's fancy PUMPS—
As these make his assortment complete, and were
recently purchased in Boston for Cash, he can af
ford to sell them cheaper than ever.
April 28. '
GREAT BARGAINS AT
‘ ’
- NEWTON’S |
A GREATER variety of Dry Goovs, and
LW cheaper than ever offered in this town !
In addition to our fresh stock opened THIs DAY,
more of those fine Linen hdkfs, at 25 cts. and 2s.|
3d—More white and red Merino Shawls—More/
very cheap Lecuorns—More Navarino hats at
62 cents—so pieces more handsome CALicoES
at 12§ ets. yd—A rich lot of (all colors) merino
gauze hdkfs. at 50 cents.
Broadcloths—Cassimeres— Vestings—Silk Um
brellas—-Italian Silks—Nankin Crapes—Linens
—Thread Laces—Sewing Silk—Black Lastings |
~—Russia Diapers, and Carpetin '
I Likewise—'The very best qunfi::y of Ben Tick-
ING at 25 cts per yard. and a large assortment of
Corron Goops. I
Store open evenings until 9 o’clock. Our best
endeavors have been to ““please the eye and swit
the faney," and it will cost the public nothing to
call and see how far our exertions have proved
successful. April 7.
NEW RICE.
40 ;I'EIR(‘F.S NEW RICE, forsle
'y
April 7. JOMNN STEVENS & Co.
SHORT REMOVAL. |
S W, VINSON, informs his friends & the'
e public that he has removed his DRUG & !
| MEDICINE establishment to No. 84 on the
‘west side side of Thames street,cormer of Stevens’ I
wharf, recently occupied by the late Wm. Crooke
esq. where he will be very happy to wait on them |
—acknowledging the smallest llx:vou.
Newport, may 12, 1830, 4—6
NEW
SPRING GOODS.
IJOB SHERMAN, has received from New!
York and will open this day, a large assort=|
ment, of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, minong |
which may be found a great variety of English, |
French and Scotch Ginghams; Calicoes; blk. &
col’d bombazine; lmlinn‘funtring-: gros de Naples;
gros de Swiss, a new article for ladies dresses; bl'ki
and col’d levantines; Nankin crapes; fariiture
dimity; book muslin; plain and figured jaconet; !
furniture chintz, vestings; rich faney silk; bumge;‘
and Cyprus crape hdkfs; fine linens and lawns; |
8-4 linen damask, damask table cloths and nap-|
kins; ribbon; a great variety of eloths for children; I
fancy buttons; silk and cotton hosiery; white and
straw colored Navarino hats ; gloves, &e. l
‘ Avrso,—Just received a fresh supply of heavy'
Oznaburgh, yard wide tow cloth, and Russia
Diapers. 4th mo 28th 1830, .
|
BOY’S CLOTHES. |
E W. LAWTON, has a few pieces of
e dark blue, claret, dark and light mixed,
bottle green drab, crityson and scarlet PELISSE
\CLOTHS—better than almost any other article
for Spring and Fall Clothes for Boys, which he is
now selling at about one half the original cost. -
7= NEW GOODS constantly receiving. I
April 21, 1830,
NEW FASHIONS.
JUST received from New York, the latest
fushions for CAPS, HATS and DRES
SES, by
, M.A.TAYLOR & CO.
~ Ap. 28.) Ao 170, Thames Street.
NEW GOODS.
' JOI[N F. TOWNSEND, has just receiv-|
ed from New York of the latest importutiolm,l
a supply of NEW and FASHIONABLE
GOODS, among which are : ’
| Elegant Foulard Calicoes—French red Calico,
very fashionable in New York for children—A’
large assortment of Merino Shawls, borders work
ed with worsted—"Thibet Casshmere and otlwr!
shawls much wanted at this time—Black Bobbi-|
net Lace Veils, cheap—White & Elack Bobbinet
Luces—Bobbinet Footing, a great assortment— |
Irish Linens, much cheaper than usual—Cotton
hosiery, silk do. good and cheap—Mourning Ging
hams, (fast colours,)—do Calicoes—>s-4 blk Ital
lian Crape for veils—Good blk Italian Lustring |
—Ladies horse-skin gloves some of a superior
quality—Black and white Sattin Jean—thin Jack- |
onet—figured do. and Swiss Muslins—superior
yellow Nankins—elegant Swiss Capes—a great
assortment of Batistes—German & English Dirds
leye diaper—wide English damask. Also—ele
ignnt belt Ribbons—Clark’s spool cotton—wad
ding—worsted braids—fancy hdkfs of all kinds—
I linen cambric hdkfs—a great variety of shawls, &e¢
for children—one piece superior steel mixed Cas-
SIMERE—one piece superb blue BRoApcroTh
The above, with a variety of other Goods not
mentioned, will be sold as cheap as can be pur
| chased in Newport. Ap 14.
A. MUNRO,
South Wing R. I. Union Bank Building,
HAS FOR SALE—WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
WINES.
(bottled & draught,)
Madeira, (March & Co. and Oliveira brand)
Brown Sherry, Sicily Madeira, Marseilles Madeira,
Teneriffe, Malaga Sherry, Port, Calabrian, Claret,
Hoe, Sautern, &ec. &e.
TEAS. Imperial, Gunpowder, Hyson,
Young Hyson, Tonkay, Ilyson Skin, I'ouchong,
and Souchong.
LIQUORS. DPrandy, (Outard, Dupuy,
& Co. and Weis brands,) Scheidam Gin, St
Croix and Jamaica Rum, Curaco, Martinico and
other Cordials,
FPRUIT. Punch, Muscatel, and bloom
Raising, Grapes, Almonds, Madeira and Brazil
Nuts, Currants, Figs, Citron, &e.
PRESERVES. Anchovies, Capers,
Olives, &ec. EE IR e ity
SUNDRIES,
Nutmegs, cloves, mace, pimento, pepper, cas
sia, cinamon. SUGARS—IIoaf, lump, white,
brown, New Orleans and erystalized. Soda, wine,
and butter CRACKERS ; rice, buck wheat, maca
beau, rappee and Scotch snufl' :P. A, L. and P.
G. Tobacco.
Hibbert’s Brown Stout, qt. & pt. bottles.
American Porter do. do.
April 28.
STRAW CARPETING.
A FEW pieces of STRAW CARPET
ING, just received and for sale by
JoB SHERMAN,
4th mo, 28th 1830.
NEW YORK & BOSTON STEAM
PACKET LINE.
From Providence for New-York, pairy,
Sundaysexcepted,touching at Newport.
ARRANGEMENT FOR MAY, 1830,
The PRESIDENT, Captain R. 8. BunkEr,
leaves Providence, May 1,6, 10, 14, 19, 25,
29, at 2 ». Mm.—and New-York 4,8,12,17,
21,27, at 4r. M, o
The CHANCELLOR LIVINGSTON, Capt.
C. CocGEsuALL, leaves Providence May 3,
7,13, 18, 22, 26, 31 at 12 M.—and New-
York 5, 11, 15, 20, 24, 28, at 4 ». M. A
The BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, Capt. E. 8,
Bunkkr, leaves Providence May 4,8, 12, 17,
21, 27, at 2 . m.—and New-York 1, 6,10,
14, 19, 25, 29, at 4 p. M. .
The WASHING'TON, Cl‘puin ComsToCK,
leaves Providence, May 5, 11, 15, 20, 24, 28,
at 12 m.—and New-York: 8, 7,18, 18, 22, 26,
Slatdr M, May 5.
WILLIAM MOORE,
HAS taken the store mml{ occupied by
Charles T. Hazard, 260 Thames Street,
and will continue to carry on the Tailoring Rus
iness, in all its different branches. In addition to
his occupation, he will be happy to serve his
friends with any articles they may want in the
Grocery line, having a general supply of Groceries,
for sale, connected with his establishment, and
which are of the best quality,
~ Newport, April 7, 1880, .
20,000 BUSHELS
oF
SAND, FOR MORTAR.
PROP(BAI.S will be received by the Sub
scriber, until the 15th of May ueat, inclu
sive, for the delivery on the Wharf at Fort Aduws,
INewport Habour, of 10,000 Bushels of SAND,
for Stone Mortar. The Sand must be clean,
lcourw, and free from pebbles, and the Proposals
must be accompanied by a fair untlfle thereof.—
The delivery to commence about 15t of July
next, and to be made in such quantities, and at
such times, as the progress of the work may re
uire.
'q Proposals will also be received during the same
period, for the delivery at said Fort Adams, of 10,-
000 Bushels of SAN{). of a finer kind for Brick
Mortar. ‘l'he proposals to be accompaied by a
fair sample thereof, and the delivery to conunence
by the Ist of June.
JOS. G* TOTTEN, Lt. Col. Eng'rs.
Brevet Col
Fort Adams, Newport Harbor,
April 22d, 1830,
APRIL 28, 1830.
Cheap Side, corner of Thames and
Church Streets, Newporl,
Has just returned from Boston with hie
NEW SPRING
SUPPLY
PACKAGES,
OF ELEGANT NEW
GOODS,
NO’[‘ inferior in quality and as low price as
at any store in town. Of this truth the cus
tomers will judge for themselves by calling and
examining the sane.
AMONG THEM ARE THE FOLLOWING :
AMERICAN GOODS,
Linen diaper for 12§ cts ; good hdkfs. 12§ 3
good chex 12}; ladies white cotton hose 124: do
do real good 25 cts; Indigo stripes and Plaid 124
Power Loom shirting 8; white do 124 ; fine shirting,
and sheetings 14 to 16; blue, black, mixed, olives
and brown broad cloths; cassimeres and flannels;
homespun carpeting; real good blue prints for only
12} cts; other colours the same; blue, mixed and
grey sattinetts; Merimack, Taunton and Fall River
prints; a lot of very cheap girls mits and gloves;
‘elegant flowers and wreaths made by one of the
Ifirnt rate workmen in America; straw bonnets,
&e.
ENGLISH GOODS,
Broadcloths & cassimeres, flannels, hosiery,
flag hdkfs; linnen do; elegant new patterns French
figured fprmts; silk, cotton, & worsted hosiery, oil
cloths for tables; fine and superfine carpeting;
hearth rugs; green figured bocking; elegant fuf
flower prints.
-~ FRENCH GOODS,
Leghorn Bolivar hats; silks, gros de Nap, gros
de India; gros de Zan, gros de China, gros de Ber
lin; levantine, sattin,and lustring figured and plain;
merino, square and long shawls; palinereans, plain
and figured, very cheap. :
INDIA GOODS,
€anton and Nankeen crapes; Nankins; sattius
& lustrings; chex hdkfs; pongees; silk hose; mull
mull muslin; flag, bandanna, and black silk hdkfs;
plain, striped and plaid lustrings for dresses; fancy
boxes together “with many articles which may be
found very cheap, in said store.
CAROLINE l".. BILLINGTON,
“AS just received a handsome assortment of
M M Ladies and Misses Straw Cottage BON
NETS and Straw BANDS.
Newport, April 21, 1830. 3—tl
THE MOST COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF
STRAW, YELLOW & WHITE
NAVARINOS,
EVER OFFERED FOR SALE, WERE
OPENED YESTERDAY BY
W.J. TILLEY.
ALSO, JUST OPENED
I'[ ORE worsted braids at 23 cts. the dozen.
B More nice calicoes at 12} cts
A superb assortment of horn combs
A nice lot cotton ‘T'apes, at 25 cts the dozen,
An elegant assortment of fancy hdkfs.
More stout bed tickings at 20 cts.
The real blue and yefi'ow Nankins,
Another lot of white and black Leghorns
And a few more straw bonnetts.
Also, a superb assortment of ribbons.
W, J. 'T. would thank whoever has his travel
ling trunk, Umbrellas and other borrowed things
to return them, [April 28.
WM. L. MELVILL,
| TIN PLATE WORKER,
I No. 162, Thames-Street,
| C ONTINUES to carry on the above business,
| as usual, and keeps constantly on hand, a
general assortment of I'tN WARE, and other ar
ticles in his line, to suit the market, and positively
will sell them as low as can be purchased in this
State, not excepting of pedlars ; those who wish
to encourage their own townsmen, will do well to
call and satisfy themselves of the truth of this us
sertion.
He has for sale, Soap Stone Furnaces, cheap
er by the dozen or single, than can be hased
in the state, also, Ovens for baking o\'um“.
or before the fire.
All articles for sale, cheap for cash.
April 7.
NEWMUSIC ; PRINTS ; SCHOOL
AND JUVENILE
BOOKS.
COMMON & SUPERIOR
STATIONARY
For sale b
WILLIAM (‘,ALI.AIIAN.
ALL NEW WORKS FOR CIRCULATION & SALE,
At New-York prices,
110 Thames Street, Newport,
W. J. TILLEY,
HAS jnet opened a large assortment of C'A L~
ICOES, in rervnaute to be sold ehenp.

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