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Naugatuck Daily News (Newspaper) - June 7, 1900, Naugatuck, Connecticut VOL NO. 46 JUNE 1900. TWO Just Received 144 BOTTLES OF Extract for making Root Beer nt luc per Making 5 gallons of Root Remember we have a large line of crackers and to from Over CO dif Try pound of pen nut wafers at 15c per And Can nod Potted 2 Lunch Chipped Canned CASH DR. T. F. DENTIST Conn K 7 to 8 Celebrated oid Js Our Company's Lehigh Coal ONION 1 Coal 0. and W. H Wni son's We Will Sell THE BEST FOUNTAIN SYRINGE FULL LINE OF And other Rubber Goods at Linskey's Pharmacy Union jj Have Opened My And am to serve the public with the choicest Cream in the furnished on short Also ICE FRUIT and RY. Peter Odd Naugatuck SWORN TO DO OR DIE THOUSANDS OF BOTHA'S MEN TAKE OATH TO TO THE BITTER Lord Apparently Has Plenty of South to Direct the Operations In the State Further From at June despatch to the Times from Lorenzo says that thousands of ers Commandant General Botha have taken an oath to continue the struggle to the bitter The despatch adds that Mr. the American consul at Lorenzzo has for the Tho purpose of bis is Jane is generally ex- that General Roberts will halt at Pretoria a while before attempting to capture or disperse the Boers still in Judging from present tions this task will be fully as difficult as the of the burghers have There is no more definite intimation of the whereabouts of Commandant General Botha and the commandos which the British advance on the capital than is contained in the Pretoria Besides those General and which were on Juno 2, there are according to a Maseru telegram Boors at and in the neighborhood of They are reported to have been routed dnr ing the past week but the renewed predictions of their capture have not been the ers under General Steyn threaten Con It is again suggested that General Roberts may find it necessary to return to direct the forces in the Free There is nothing from the English side in reference to the in A despatch to the Telegraph from New June 4, savs that great numbers of Boers still py Majuba Nek and the range as far east as An- Their positions are but the Boers are said to be greatly depressed by the cap- tare of Johannesburg and Generals Christian and are in Their visions ore scant and they are without meat and The ent Hays it is only a question of time when this disorganized rabble will render According fo the pondent with General Roberts the British who wore are reported to have been sent to A despatch to the Daily Mail from Lorenzo Marquez says that much is the presence of many British in the harbor It is generally admitted that if hero is trouble on the Transvaal ur between the Boers and Portuguese und serious developments the British will assist the Tho latter are uneasy over the of difficulties growing out of the sistance they have rendered Ssx Mile June 4, a m. stubborn resistance to the British advance was made by the Boers in the forts south of Pretoria and on the slopes commanding Six Mile which the British held from early in the General Henry's Mounted infantry and Horse battery from the wore They wore ported early in the afternoon by the Eleventh the Eighty-fourth and Eighty-fifth field batteries and the naval Tho Boers were well but they iwere compelled to withdraw from their western At sundown they held the lidges in front of the Sun 25c. Shirt 50c. 75c, 00. Summer White and GOc per Turkish 5c, lOc and 25c Huckabuck 10c, 15c, 20c, 25c and 50c 10c per Summer 10c, 15c, 25c and 50c Men's Summer 25c and 50c. Send I ME from Gunboat Ordered to June special despatch from dated June 0, says the members of the majority of legations at including the members of the British are sending their It also said that ral prominent Chinese residents are saving the There is an rmed report that two Russian era have been murdered at 'n northwest of Port after heir wives had been The otal damace done to the Chinese hv the is now estimated t Jane 7 soldiers de- patched to attack the have ought an engagement close to Many were killed on both In of the representations f the landing of a large ian force at is alleged to have een stopped It is believed here that honld Russia persist in sending a pre- military force to the collision with Japan will inevitably The Russian minister at M. e Giers has made another attempt to the Chinese foreign office formally request Russian a Distance to restore bnt he offer has not vet been WON'T Tlint He Will bo for June W. governor of but ow a refugee has received a umber of letters from lending republicans since the conference ere last Sunday and has become con- is to attempt o secure the nomination for governor he returns and stands trial on he indictment charging him with in the murder of Senator 3oebel. This was made plain to him ist and he took tho matter nder pending further of the sentiment ot his of these have written him that canvass in bis interest would be ilo he himself leads and liat ho should not ask the party to him unless he returns to the Taylor admitted that he would not nter the contest as he was not willing return to Kentucky in the present of the public mind for he did ot believe he would receive a fair and m partial Among those who him not to stand for the nn Jon was ex-Governor Mr. will remain here under the of Governor Mount and will pork for an insurance BICYCLISTS A t IM Feel High and Crossed on a Stone Coping Only IS N. June Vesson and Elbridge two New ork bold the record for ng the Erie viaduct at It vas the result of a The act is over a quarter of a mile in and stands 300 feet from the used by the Erie and is ict designed for A stone oping 12 wide runs along the ater unguarded by rail or hing Within tho past two years persons have fallen from the striking the rocks Wesson and Hart were making a tri- trip from Buffalo to their homes u New and when Lanesboro vas reached Hart dared Wesson to ride he supposing they could go the When it was found hat the outside coping was the only Inco he tried to back Wesson laughed at him and rod that he dared not ride it. There ipon he started across on his Wesson Down in the valley crowd watched the ex- for the slightest wabble would mvo dashed both to their or an train would have shaken them off. They arrived nt the other both in a cold sweat and badly They declared that all in the country could not induce them to repeat the performance JAPANESE HARDSHIP AT MANILA MEN OF THE 33RD. REGIMENT FALL BY THE 2SO ana Greatly from Hunger tin to U Was of anil June 7 despatch from 3andon, dated June 4, says Major P. March and his men of the returned to day by steamer from A majority ot the men are ready for the They are thin and aving traveled miles in the during which they suffered reatly from Of the 50 horses hich started with the battalion 13 The remainder died on the march or fell into The ons practically collapsed at 30 uiles from as the of ever and ot be men were convoyed from Piat to in bull carts and those ig out on the way there were carried i litters by the who were with the The officers accompanying Major March were Captains Henry L and Edward Davis Lieutenants Power and Frank L. Case and John 0. assistant They say it is all guess work as whether was Be- ore the Americans struck Sarat the chief divided his force into arties of 10. following different trails he officer shot was perhaps o's secretary or The report the natives of the is that Aguinaldo was wounded in thp The papers secured show that nearly 11 the presidents installed by the in Hound's ory are have been ig regular reports to of he disposition and movements of the American troops and they have been and forwarding The papers also prove the Hy of the native telegraph operators the Americans retained on the layagan Valley When the Filipino forces in the operators professed loyalty ud tooK the oath of But t is now shown that they had ending Aguinaldo copies of important exchanged between the American officials wero also ound relating to large contributions to Aguinaldo from Spanish ud other foreign business of tho Relieve the With Will In the B. June to news brought by the steamer Em press of most of the people of Japan expect a war with Russia in the many connecting the approaching mobilization of army with other war While con Great Britain on the sue cesses her armies are now achieving in South and on the ability dis played by her diplomatists in ing the Shim bun thinks that the latter result hai been materially so far as the Orient is by Japan's atti It doe's not attempt to place England an obligation to Japan but i ventures to express a hope facts will be appreciated and that they will have the effect of drawing Ene land and Japan closer Thi belief is that every tion of vigilance on the part of Grea Britain in the far east creates an op for In a Dory N. June Nor bark Leif arrived at yesterday from She picked up on May 30 two fishermen from the French brig St. Malo who were in an almost perish ing The August Golloy and Peter went astra from their vessel on bank o the morning of May 21, and after fruitless search for gave up th task and drifted about for eight days keeping the dory's head to the sea b MR. LONG'S ent Navy Department with Two Ilig June orders rom the navy department the nips Massachusetts and the jeague Island navy are being for The warships were this morning out of the reserve basin around o the Delaware river where pre- for departure svere two vessels are loaded with enough oal to make a trip across the nd thov contain large supplies of Their destination is a June navy de- orders directing the na and the to be fitted int for service are issued with a view o determining how quickly a portion the fleet can be The of tho League Island navy will report upon the matter in vbich this duty is performed by us branches of the navy department at the League yard and the re for 1.S15 Sentiment for lu the ern June his visit to the capital Secretary Long ex- pressed himself as gratified at the he had received from various states of the growing sentiment r of his candidacy for the vice There has been no effort made o press his candidacy for he secretary does not believe it ed to enter into a scramble for the But there is an under- of favor setting toward his that is reaching beyond eastern Representative one of the rom has promised the men 20 votes from his state wo delegates from California have been instructed for and ho other California delegates are ex- to join with It is safe o say that Long will have a good share f delegates from west of tho Michigan and other western states will furnish a AT Work of During 137 Session June complete Summary of the work of this up to compared with tho four congresses appeared yester day as a special feature of tho bonne ol representatives compiled by Tally Clerk of tho official staff of the It covers both the senate and gives the follow ng Number of davs in 137 bills 12.152; total private 932; extent of The bulk of his business far exceeds the work of first sessions of the four congresses and in a much shorter The shortest of these preceding first sessions was 75 as against 137 days this The greatest ber of bills at these longer sessions has been 1 as against yesterday and the highest total of acts 723 as against The magnitude of the work is said to be Prominent A. O U. W. Mau Lyons N. June Crary and Mrs. Eliza Dickenson o were married here at the residence of Dr. and Mrs Charles H. The ceremony was performed by tho Rev. H. B Stevenson of tho Presbyterian church of There were a number o relatives The couple left for on their wedding Th groom is grandmaster workman of th Ancient Older of United Workmen fo Gulped Down a N. June 7 Allen of New who visiting her William H Spurge of Carlton was takin a can in her room yesterday and ne 3 year-old daughter was playing nea The child took a from her mother's finger an swallowed it. A physician was calle at bnt thus far the girl retain of the It was a cluste setting and in passing down the it caused some Want the City Council to the Matter of R. I June ens of Newport and some of the ler residents are fearful lest there bo this summer over the fast riving of A large er of citizens petitioned the city il to frame an ordinance or the regulation of the use of auto- locomobiles and other similar chicles in the streets in regard speed and for the proper licensing of rivers of such vehicles to insure tho and convenience of pedestrians rossing the The petition was to a There will bo inch opposition to the ordinance as it ould any woman or man of le summer colony who uses lies to bo There will be hundreds of the bines in this The of Mr. aused tho people to become Ir. never speeds his auto- except on proper To-day came with a victoria automobile attracting inch IX In a for Juno 7 nd Mrs Dewey came to town ay and will remain here as the guests f the city until Friday hoy will go to Detroit and thence to rand Tho reception accorded he hero of Manila was Admiral Dowey and party were mot it Newark 25 miles out by a committee if which Joseph H. was who de- the welcoming On the of the party in Columbus an salute was The thousands who lined the streets nado the admiral feel Tha tty's principal thoroughfare was with bunting and if tho herons of the Spanish and other the predominating picture of being that of the admiral In the afternoon there was a public an exchange of civilities be- the admiral and survivors of the var of the who are here at- ending a and reunion and camp and a participation in Last night the admiral the campfire and a smoker given by the newspaper Admiral in answer to a tion said to-day that he is still a for tho democratic nomination though he admits that 10 does not expect to receive the uomi JOHN DAUGHTER These are Busy Days In Our WE ARB EXTENSIVE ALTERATIONS MADE IN OUR The contractors a large force of men tearing down and lowering We trust you will put upwith the noise of the hammer and the clank of the it won't last we will have The Handsomest as well as the largest Furniture Store in the AB the work advances the rooms must be cle med of Better SELL IT AT COST When it is perfect than wait and risk its being You want the most for to Reasons Seeing is believing and will cost you Will you see or CREDIT IF YOU Waterbury Furniture Co. ie necessary that our stock be as it is too large for this season of the ns the public are the ones to do the we propose to give such bargains ae will make it worth their It is unnecessary and makes tiresome reading to give a long list of suffice to Everything is Marked Down And a mark down sale at this store low prices for fine gooda Every Article And at the best reason just when you need the And we have expectations of things this fall and you to help us by reducing our surplus Come in and convinced that our stock is the best at prices to be Everything no left shop or out of date goods can find n place on our For Further Particulars Inquire c Barnum's Great Slaughter on Bicycles Sundries FOR ONE 1900 of the Lake N. Juno Lake conference on tional arbitration began its sixth an nnal meeting here There are about 150 delegates among thorn Prof. J. Rendell Harris and Mrs. William F. a daught er of the late John represent ing The meeting was presid ed over by Charles Matteson of Rhode who in addressing the confer ence spoke of the work accomplished by the The Hague Frederick W. who was tary to the American delegates at The Hague in an address said that tho atmosphere at The Hague was laden with pessimism and tho spirit of Much wan due to the American which determined to accomplish practical re- He was of the opinion that ap peals to nations to disarm were ture and not calculated to help the cause of With reference to dumdum bullets he declared that Eug land had only a few of them made experimental purposes and he was satisfied that had never been issued to her Miller Still New June F. Mil the former manager of the lin after completing 10 days of his 10 sentence in Sing was brought down to Brooklyn yester on an order issued by States Judge Thomas to testify before Robert J. referee in bankruptcy As on the two occasions when he had been before tbi he doggedly refused to any questions on the ground tnat might tend to incriminate him the indictments still pending agains He was taken back to Sing Sing by Detective and the was adjourned until Jane 26. White White Track 50 White Road 40 Coaster 24 33 Good 2d-hand No. 80 77 70 4.50 Jas Solar M. W. Deitz Oil 5.50 A Good Handle 75c to 2.20 from 75c up 1.L5 from 15c to 1.00. Dixon 3c 7c Other reduced J. R. A SKIRT Will always please the therefore we are always sure to as our skirts nor only fit and hang but it is the style that we add to ours that places us in the in that Price Ranging From to Credit Open 32 Center FISH FOR Fresh Hoe Butter Flat Sea Steak Cod Blue 10c lOe per Ib 8c per Ib I ALSO HAVE THREE Taylor's Market Or per Native Native Legs of Prime Rib Pork etc. Also Vegetables of all SHOATS FOR Water tints Sherwin William's S. W. special interior S W. floor S. W. porch floor S. W. wogon S. W. creosote Gold and silver S. W. varnish S. W. W. Bicycle enamel Varnishes shell Paint and varnish Wall paper Peats W. H. Phm. Union City Drug Store by the Ctty
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