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Naugatuck Daily News (Newspaper) - July 28, 1899, Naugatuck, Connecticut VOL V NO. 93 JULY 28, 1899. We Have Some Very Pretty Cotton per yd About GO yards of WOOL Challies Thill u e shall clone out at per yd About 150 yards of WOOL Sometimes French 20o per W close them out nt per yd SUCCESS IN ENGLAND AN AND UTILIZING STEAM TWO CUTS And Many Other Hot Weather will pay yon to look Lewis Blotting For covers or cut t o any desired For 1900. Samples just harder and lino over before Order Now Price F. K. I SON Second hand Water Motor For about three B. P. 5. Ready For A pure and Linseed Oil Veranda Floor especially adap ted for porch 1'tiintn in and Roof HH ready ior use very durable driew Varnish old woodwork Li uid Killer and KOR Linskey's Pharmacy Union iii n tion Capital Proved on a large Engine in England What He Demonstrated on a Small July H. superintendent of tho Westfield Pluto company of will sail for England Saturday on the He will bo accompanied by his of The principal purpose for A. H. son's trip is to more of the which H. A. Buck has achieved in demonstrating with a large engine his more economical method of ating and utilizing steam Mr. Buck succeeded in interesting capital in invention of bis the saving of fuel in thu ing of steam and went to England last to demonstrate on a large en- what he had accomplished with his The model was built by Mr. Buck at tho Westfield Plate com- works and was seen in tion thorn by Mr. who is thoroughly convinced that Mr. Buck has in solving one of tho most important problems of the Mr H has built a large engine in winch is now in operation and which on a en- gine what Mr. Buck claimed in Mr. that Mr. Buck's discovery will revolutionize tho steam engineering problem and is going to to visit his friend and to sou the engine in Tempt Merchants to Violate Naturality D. July to verbal reports to the navy from officers returning from the Aguinaldo continues to get war supplies through German merchants ill Hong Kong and Japanese merchants in although our consuls have been directed to keep a sharp for In more than one in- stance British officers have aided the United States in preventing the ment of arms from Hong but officers just returned Bay there is no doubt the temptation offered by aldo's high prices has induced chants to violate the neutrality Jaws and try to force the imperfect Twelve Spanish gunboats re- cently put on blockade duty have done remarkably good service in cutting off supplies between different Last mail reports said they had captured 1G different cargoes of but not any valuable munitions of DOES NOT LOVE H. PAUL DE TEARS ENGLAND AND UNITED STATES TO PUNISH A Hun Who Young July 28. A. man who for more three works as been young girls in the part of the by waylaying them aftur and hugging and ing anil wbo has captured yesterday after being pursued for throe milt's by Policemen goss and and a howling mob of several hundred The fellow says his name is Charles and admits his Ho is .in about 40 years of tho most fiendish appearance im- for n human He began operations hero by hugging Jennie Elan 11 years Two nights Inter Fannie Wool 1) years wont crying to her mother after being and Younger girls Jenkins tried to entice by giving them Of late he became so bold as to enter He had narrow escapes from but always in getting Jenkins was observed yesterday 10011 peering ont of a in the of David L. in Caroline Frederick Wentworth notified and an attempt was made take the He was fleet of and led his pursuers to ilio along ho river the hugger managed roach the big and crossed t into When he inw he would be overtaken he tamed gave The fellow y overcome and placed in the by Tinned Him In mid Sliot Kansas July scene which attended the death of Corporal Leonard of the First Colorado America's only trailor HI Hie was hy George A. of Company Twentieth Kansas now in this Corporal he became enamored of a Filipino and deserting his was placed in of a Filipino with the rank of lie met his death almost in the first engagement in which hu fought against Ins country Speaking of this said had charged ing them back and killing and ing Among the wounded loft on the Held we found One of the soldiers of the Second Oregon drove his through the body of the wounded and lifted him above his head and held him there while the tho soldiers shot The body was thrown into a trench and buried with several dead We would have treated him worso if wo had known Accuses These Two Racked by of Pursuing Odious aud famous Tactics at the Hague ence and Says They Are Outside the Pale of July Herald's Euro- pean edition publishes the following Paul de in his atrabilious rage over the long life of the republic tears England and the United States to He says that these two helped by have done their utmost to make the conference at The Hague a he had at any rate the courage of her and was frank in declaring disarmament Then he goes on the odious the infamous role at the peace conference has n played by England and the United people who formerly to say that their alliance was enforced important interests of It is now on tho that they are through their gluttonous habits of barbarity and Thanks to the shameful and ignominious opposition of and the United Stales all nations aie free to invent tho most and the United in audaciously assuming tho ity of the aggravation of have put beyond tho pale of They are nations ll at place their personal advantages ami their selfish interests before commandments of and fore all the duties of 7 After Merchandising at a Twice a year it is profitable to lose Sell stocks and Commencing July 24, wo propose to move every article at the figures prepare for another GO THEY Medium and Low Some returned on some some No Goods Sold to Dealers this Cash or Easy th bo HOW CAN SHK WITH FARM IS Of There is pleasure and in They are from pure after a receipt that gives them richness os well aa All who try enjoy you up lu pound or half-pound We are ready to receive your orders for Alderney Ice PETER Steamer to Kim Between N. Y. anil ford Put Overboard at July teamer one of the finest merchant vessels of her was yesterday afternoon from the hip yards of the Columbian Iron Miss Etta daughter f tho superintendent of the iron christened the The Hartford is a sister ship of the owned by the New York and Hartford and will ply between those ports on the night She is a twin screw 8S5 45 feet beam and moulded Her en- gines are of the compound with and 40 inch diameter cylinders and inch Under ordinary she will make 12 knots an The Hartford is the first vessel over launched hero upon which all the joiner work was practically She will have accommodations for 30O passengers and will also carry Left at and Parental Pursuit Was Too N. July liam a and Mamie the 18-year-old ter of mid Mrs. David Riggs of have despite the efforts of the young parents to overtake them before the marriage was are now man and The man had been employed as a farm hand by No attachment was suspected yesterday when they were Miss Riggs had left her room during the night by way of a taking all her personal It was learned that son had obtained a carriage and tho couple had driven in the direction of Mr. and Mrs. Riggs pursued the but when they reached wick found that the couple had been married by the Rev. D. C. and were taking their fast at one of the village Henderson's first wife died a year English III six Minnies Faxler Than th July Yachting contains a long article on Hi Shamrock's chances in tne contest fo the America's Starting the assumption that tho Vigilant am Britannia were the write argues that the Shamrock showed her self to be capable of beating tho Bri in a moderate 25 to 2i minutes over a 30-mile Witi time the Shamrock's ue superiority would be 15 to 20 minutes As the superiority the Vigilant in sailing the is estimated at six minutes and Columbia's superiority over the De fender is assumed to be three miu it is estimated that the Colum bia's superiority over the Vigilant is nine according to the Yachting World's are excellent grounds for the that in the present condition of both yachts the Shamrock will FILIPINOS Killed by New July who was removed from the county jail in N. to St. Joseph's suffering fr m died in great Fisher bad boon serving a HO sentence for abusing a policeman while It was his tirst He was 37 years aud lived at No. as West Ho had said that he received a slight wound from a blank cartridge on July 4, but the only wound on his body was apparently a very old which had been caused by a July Morning Post's correspondent is stated from that Major riere has completed his which formally concludes that Dreyfus iii Major wbo is tho government commissary in the court will demand the confirmation of the first Mill River R. July Kilton Mill at Washington which has been idle for a number of has been leased by New York It is to be equipped with looms aud finishing and will be started about October 1 on the of woolen New Haven July A syndicate comprising State Senator C. C. of and ator Charles A. Kennedy Cross and Dr. Filbert of this has bought the plant of the New rolling mill Company for 000. The deal was effected by paying of the price agreed upon in The remaining will be paid within a few While the interests which now own the New Haven property are the same that con- trol the Iron and Steel the plants will retain their respective but will be worked Statue for July 28. meeting con- vened by the lord was held at the Mansion bouse yesterday to gurate a fund for the erection of a statue of Charles Stewart The members of the centenary committee opposed the erection of the statue as inopportune and likely to jeopardize the plans tor the Stone After a resolutions ill favor of the erection of the statue was Wedding of Crown July wedding of Crown Prince of Montenegro and the duchess of Jutta was celebrated yesterday afternoon by the tan of in the presence of the bride's mother and the prince aud princess of ess of duke Frederick and The inhabitants displayed the greatest enthusiasm all through the day and pal utes were Killed the Hyde July train over the Midland of the New New Haven aud ford railroad struck and killed William 1C years about 4 p. while crossing a ered The body was carried under the near the when the train stopped it was found that the clothing was Poisoned the Carmi 111., July bers of Walter family were poisoned Tuesday and his son died last A married daughter was ar- rested to-day and confessed to putting poison in the family's Hess Says it Can Only be Destroyed by Destroying the July Herald's Euro- pean edition publishes the following M. Jean French explorer and writer on colonial after pass Ing three weeks at wrote a long dated Hong June 20, which the Figaro publishes this After enumerating the positions by the Americans at the time of M. Mess is not much color on the general map of the and you will sav it is no- In regard to the American M. Hess says unless there is some extraordinary and improbable such as the treason of some Filipino chief tempted by a big the Americans will in order to make much time a very much money and great numbers of The more they progress the greater will be the difficulties they will meet M. Hess says the idea of ence is in the heart of the Filipino race and will only be destroyed by ing the Buried In n N. July George S. wife of a prominent was buried hero sitting in a rocking which had for mouths been her only resting she having been a sufferer from heart disease which prevented her from ing The chair was enclosed in a large which she had had built for the purpose before she The grave was feet deep and lined with he box with contents weighed 500 It was set down into the grave with u Principal Graves July 28. A. principal of the South school and well known in the is in a serious as the result of a stroke of apoplexy One side is paralyzed and he is unable to Mr. Graves is a of Yale university and is about 50 years The Hostess July H. M. Faxon's yacht defender of the Quincy Yacht club's challenge won the deciding race in the yesterday the Lynn Yacht club's one minute and 52 over a 12 knot Torn by a July 4-years-old 8on of David of lower Main met with a very serious Wednesday He was standing on a high and was in the act of getting when a large which projected through the struck and tore the flesh very The boy suffered great 50 80x00, Odd lot of Body 75c. 5 was now K was now 50. 12 was now a Mahogany was now 2 Hull Top Dosks was now 50. 5 Oak Hall was now 75. 5 Antique Chamber each Antique 1 Oak 1 Oak 00. 1 Oak 00. 1 Oak 00. 1 Ouk 00 1 Oak 00. 1 Oak Dressing 75. 1 Mahogany Dressing I Folding 3 Folding I Asis all 30n. 1 Asia all 15o. 5 Rolls of laid per per per aud 3 China was now 50. was now Kitchen 20c. 2 was 50, now 50 Kitchen 2 was now 1 Parlor 1 Parlor 1'J.OO. I Parlor 1 Parlor I Parlor 1 Parlor 1 Parlor 1 1 Parlor 1 Parlor 1 Parlor 1 Parlor 1 Parlor 1 1 Couch National 1 Extension STAMFORD FLAG Brown Fully Determined to Take It Be- fore the Highest July rumor gained circulation to-day to the effect that Edward the New Yorker sum mering at who was found by Judge of assault on Robert A. Fosdick and fined aud had become tired of the entire British flag and intended to Day his fine aud let the matter drop When a friend of Brown was asked what there was to he stated in so emphatic as to permit of no misinterpretation that had determined to take the case to highest before allowing t to From all accounts the flag as far as the courts are has only just Brown and those who testified in his behalf at he hearing in tne city hove altered their opinion as to the manner which Mr. Fosdick was o take down the British Councilman Alex who is Brown's said that Brown s more determined than ever to push he fight through to u and that n order to show his he the other to deposit a sum to carry on the case in he higher Mr. Weed was extremely anxious to lave the come up in the supreme and that his actions fnly 4 will then be FAST Leaped Willie Cam Were 4O Miles Hour and L. July who was sentenced yesterday o 90 days in the Queen's county jail iy Justice for petit made his escape from the train on he was being taken to Long sland The prisoner was consigned o the care of Constable Lamb to go to he county Constable and ner boarded a train from Glen While the train was going at the rate f 40 miles an hoar through the woods vest of Richmond Silenski left lis seat to get a He made a tolt for the car door and reaching the jumped the The train was quickly stopped and Constable Lamb went expecting o find the man's but found no race of the he having dis- in the The constable uade a search and reported a Strurk liar In July an of the Farrel Foundry hiue Company while passing through ne of the departments of the struck his head against an ron which he could not see ng to the and the result vas that be received a bad cut on the He was rendered unconscious or quite a and when be came o he was taken to a physician's hero the wound was several being required to close it. Ribbon Sale Closes Remember you have only three 1o Ret these bountiful at and they you want for stock collars and HO don't Mint after there will be no more RIBBON REMNANTS at 1 Oc Owing to miserable weather so fur this week h somewhat so in order to her we will III You Some Great Bargains We have about one dozen 2 Golf that you can Dewey 59c. for balance of for f 1 Five doz Sailors Were now Three now 7.r.c All new goodd in tho very rough strawH and new Trimmed Hats greatly Now bear in mind Unit the time JH Ribbon lit 10c. are very pretty and nil the in each department for wf short fir Trimmed 99c. Barnum's If You Have Been letting some botch juggle your Then take it to an expert like Your troubles will then be at an My Guarantee With Every OCEAN STEAMSHIP TICKETS FOR Waterbury Jewelry N. F. P. Conn. 140 Dank yon need anything in Try The 140 Bank
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