Naugatuck Daily News, July 28, 1899

Naugatuck Daily News

July 28, 1899

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Naugatuck Daily News (Newspaper) - July 28, 1899, Naugatuck, Connecticut VOL V NO. 93 NAUGATUCK, CONN., FRIDAY, JULY 28, 1899. We Have Some Very Pretty Cotton ChaUies per yd About GO yards of WOOL Challies Thill u e shall clone out at per yd About 150 yards of WOOL Cheviots, Sometimes (Jailed French Flannels, Woilli 20o per yard. W f-liall close them out nt per yd SUCCESS IN ENGLAND AN ECOMOMICAL, nETHOD OFQHN. ERATINQ AND UTILIZING STEAM POWER. TWO CENTS. AGUlNAtUO CUTS SUPPLIES. And Many Other Hot Weather Specialties. Thiit it, will pay yon to look at. Lewis Parker. Blotting Paper. For covers or cut t o any desired size. Calendars. For 1900. Samples just arrived, harder and liMiidHonior lino thnn over before earned. Order Now Price Right. F. K. PERU! I SON PRINTERS, N.-MK) Second hand Water Motor For about three horm1 power. B. P. 5. PAINTS. Ready For Use. A pure I.end, and Linseed Oil I'niut. Veranda Floor I'nint, especially adap ted for porch Hours. Kniuily 1'tiintn in ttiuull cans. Itnrn and Roof I'tiintn. HH Ciirritigt1 I'nintH, ready ior use Hiid very durable Bic'.yi'lt- Knumol, driew hnrd H8 ateol. Varnish Stiiiim rt'iiow old woodwork Li uid Killer and Surftioor. KOR Linskey's Pharmacy Union Citv MIllioiiH iii n ThonipHonville Man'a Inven- tion -Knglish Capital Proved on a large Engine in England What He Demonstrated on a Small Here. Hartford, July H. Mathew- son, superintendent of tho Westfield Pluto company of Thompsonville, will sail for England Saturday on the Lu- cania. He will bo accompanied by his brother, Edwin, of Norwnlk. The principal purpose for A. H. Mathew- son's trip is to lenru more of the sue- ci-ss which H. A. Buck has achieved in demonstrating with a large engine his more economical method of gener- ating and utilizing steam power. Mr. Buck succeeded in interesting ICiiKlish capital in uii invention of bis 'or the saving of fuel in thu generat- ing of steam and went to England last Tununry to demonstrate on a large en- After Inventory. Merchandising at a loss! Twice a year it is profitable to lose Sell stocks and season. Commencing July 24, wo propose to move every article at OMactly the figures prepare for another GO THEY MUST! High, Medium and Low .Grade Goods. Terms. Some returned on lease, some shopworn, some perfect. No Goods Sold to Dealers this Week. Cash or Easy th bo HOW CAN SHK Kl.Ol'KU WITH FARM HAND. TI1K IIAKTPOKD IS LAUNCHED. PLEASED, Of Course! There is pleasure and sntiufnc'tion in ourCrtKAMS. They are mnde from pure after a receipt that gives them richness os well aa wholesonieness. All who try them, enjoy them; webelieve you would. I'nt up lu pound or half-pound boxes. We are ready to receive your orders for Horton'uaiul Alderney Ice Cream. PETER PAUL, Steamer to Kim Between N. Y. anil Hart- ford Conn., Put Overboard at Baltimore. Baltimore, Mci., July teamer Hartford, one of the finest merchant vessels of her class, was auuched yesterday afternoon from the hip yards of the Columbian Iron i'orks. Miss Etta Kouitsky, daughter f tho superintendent of the iron vorks, christened the vessel. The Hartford is a sister ship of the Vlicldlotowu, owned by the New York and Hartford Trauspoitntion company, and will ply between those ports on the night lino. She is a twin screw steamer, 8S5 feot long, 45 feet beam and DPo't'eot moulded depth. Her en- gines are of the compound type, with '.30 and 40 inch diameter cylinders and inch stroke. Under ordinary cir- cumstances she will make 12 knots an hour. The Hartford is the first vessel over launched hero upon which all the joiner work was practically completed. She will have accommodations for 30O passengers and will also carry freight. IWIss KlgKH Left at Niglit will) Widower, and Parental Pursuit Was Too Late. Middletown, N. Y., July liam Henderson, a widower, and Mamie Riegs, the 18-year-old daugh- ter of Mr, mid Mrs. David Riggs of Veruon, have eloped, and, despite the efforts of the young iromaus' parents to overtake them before the marriage ceremoney was performed. are now man and wife. The man had been employed as a farm hand by Riggs. No attachment was suspected yesterday when they were missing. Miss Riggs had left her room during the night by way of a ladder, taking all her personal effects. It was learned that Hender- son had obtained a carriage and tho couple had driven in the direction of Warwick. Mr. and Mrs. Riggs pursued the elopers, but when they reached War- wick found that the couple had been married by the Rev. D. C. Litchfiold, and were taking their break- fast at one of the village hotels, Henderson's first wife died a year ago. English VurlitliiK Antlinrllies Figm-e III Slminrork six Minnies Faxler Than th Columbia. London, July Yachting World, contains a long article on Hi Shamrock's chances in tne contest fo the America's cup. Starting upoi the assumption that tho Vigilant am Britannia were equal, the write argues that the Shamrock showed her self to be capable of beating tho Bri tauuia in a moderate breezo 25 to 2i minutes over a 30-mile course. Witi time allowance, the Shamrock's ue superiority would be 15 to 20 minutes As the Defender's superiority ove: the Vigilant in sailing the samecoursi is estimated at six minutes and thn Dowoy Sailors Were OHc, now Three now 7.r.c All new goodd in tho very rough strawH and new Trimmed Hats greatly reduced. Now bear in mind Unit the time JH tliOBe Ribbon Hemimntu lit 10c. Tlicv are very pretty and nil the lntcHt, Spwiiil hnrgniiiH in each department for wf week. short fir colorings. Trimmed Hats, 99c. Barnum's Block. Naugatuck, If You Have DIAHONDS Been letting some botch juggle your watch, "forget it." Then take it to an expert like FIA.NSEN. Your troubles will then be at an end. My Guarantee With Every Job. OCEAN STEAMSHIP TICKETS FOR SALE. Waterbury Jewelry Store, N. F. P. HANSEN. Wtiterbury, Conn. 140 Dank Street, yon need anything in Try WEST, The Optician, 140 Bank Street, Waterbury. .._.- NEWSPAPER! ;