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Naugatuck Daily News (Newspaper) - June 7, 1900, Naugatuck, Connecticut ?r VOL VI. NO. 46 NAUGATUCK, CONN., THUKSDAY, JUNE 1900. TWO CEJSTS- Just Received 144 BOTTLES OF Williams' Extract for making Root Beer nt luc per bottle. Making 5 gallons of dclic- ioiiH Root Beer. Remember we have a large line of crackers and birtcnits to selcft from Over CO dif fcrent kinds. Try ouc pound of pen nut wafers at 15c per Ib. And ciiiined mcuts. Can nod Chicken, Potted Hani, 2 sizuB, CorutdBeel, Lunch Tonpie Chipped Beef, Canned .Ham (or nl'iuHg. Beef. CASH GROCERS. DR. T. F. BAXTER, DENTIST HopBon Block, Naugatuck, Conn OFKI K HOURS: Otol. 7 to 8 Celebrated oid Js Our Company's Lehigh .Leader Coal ONION 1 Coal Company. 0. Unril's, v'auga tuck, and W. H Wni son's flnion- Oitv We Will Sell THE BEST FOUNTAIN SYRINGE FULL LINE OF ilHies And other Rubber Goods at Linskey's Pharmacy Union Citv. jj Have Opened My PARLOR. And am to serve the public with the choicest Ice- Cream in the world. Parties, Weddings, etc., furnished on short notice. Also ICE CEEAM SODA, FRUIT and CONFECTI0N- RY. _ Peter Paul, Odd Fellows' Block, Naugatuck SWORN TO DO OR DIE THOUSANDS OF BOTHA'S MEN TAKE OATH TO FIQHT TO THE BITTER END. KCKOPKANS f.KAVINO. Lord KobertH Apparently Has Plenty of Ketnrii South to Direct the Operations In the State Further NIJHK From Artlilmlre at Nntal. London, June despatch to the Times from Lorenzo Marqnez duterl Tuesday, says that thousands of burgh- ers nnder Commandant General Botha have taken an oath to continue the struggle to the bitter end. The despatch adds that Mr. Hollis, the American consul at Lorenzzo Mar- qnez has strartod for the Transvaal. Tho purpose of bis vsiit is unknown. London, Jane is generally ex- pected that General Roberts will halt at Pretoria a while before attempting to capture or disperse the Boers still in arms. Judging from present indica- tions this task will be fully as difficult as the well-wishers of the burghers have predicted. There is no more definite intimation of the whereabouts of Commandant General Botha and the commandos which oppofiod the British advance up- on the capital than is contained in the Pretoria despatches. Besides those forces, General DeWot's and others, which were looaied on Juno 2, there are still, according to a Maseru telegram (j.OOO Boors at Wittoberg and in the neighborhood of Bethlehem. They are reported to have been tsvice routed dnr ing the past week but the renewed predictions of their capture have not been fulfilled. Furthermore, the burgh- ers under General Steyn threaten Con siderable trouble. It is again suggested that General Roberts may find it necessary to return to direct the forces in the Orauge Free State. There is nothing from the English side in reference to the nrmistice in Natal. A despatch to the Telegraph from New Castle, clatfd June 4, savs that great numbers of Boers still occu- py Majuba Hill, Lmiug's Nek and the Pgwauie range as far east as An- globreobt Their positions are oarticnlarly strong, but the Boers are said to be greatly depressed by the cap- tare of Johannesburg and Pretoria. Generals Christian Botha, Fonrie and Protorins are in command. Their pro- visions ore scant and they are without Hour, meat and sugar. The correspond- ent Hays it is only a question of time when this disorganized rabble will sur- render unconditionally. According fo the Standard's corres- pondent with General Roberts the British prisoners, who wore removed, are reported to have been sent to Spel- ouken. A despatch to the Daily Mail from Lorenzo Marquez says that much sig- nificance is attached'-to the presence of many British warsips in the harbor there. It is generally admitted that if hero is trouble on the Transvaal bortl- ur between the Boers and Portuguese und serious developments follow, the British will assist the Portuguese. Tho latter are uneasy over the nrospect of difficulties growing out of the as- sistance they have rendered England. Ssx Mile Spruit, 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 Spruit, which the British held from early in the day. General Henry's Mounted infantry and Horse battery from the lirbt wore engaged. They wore sup- ported early in the afternoon by the Eleventh division, the Eighty-third, Eighty-fourth and Eighty-fifth field batteries and the naval guns. Tho Boers were well concealed, but they iwere compelled to withdraw from their western positions. At sundown they held the lidges in front of the forts. Sun Bonnets, 25c. Shirt Waists, 50c. 75c, 00. Summer Blankets, White and Grey, GOc per pair. Turkish Towels, 5c, lOc and 25c Huckabuck Towels, 10c, 15c, 20c, 25c and 50c Lawns, 10c per yard. Ladies' Summer Vests, 10c, 15c, 25c and 50c Men's Summer Underwear, 25c and 50c. I.eCrttlonn Send I ME Kamlllen from Gunboat HelenH Ordered to Clilnn. London. June special despatch from Shanghai, dated June 0, says the members of the majority of legations at Pekin, including the members of the British legation, are sending their ainilies away. It also said that sov- ral prominent Chinese residents are saving the city. There is an nncon- rmed report that two Russian encin- era have been murdered at Yu-Ohow- 'n northwest of Port Arthur, after heir wives had been outraged. The otal damace done to the Chinese rail- hv the "boxers" is now estimated t ________ Shanghai, Jane 7 soldiers de- patched to attack the "boxers" have ought an engagement qnite close to ''ekin. Many were killed on both ides. In consquence of the representations f Japan, the landing of a large Rns- ian force at Takn is alleged to have een stopped It is believed here that honld Russia persist in sending a pre- ondoratiiiK military force to the fiont collision with Japan will inevitably esnlt. The Russian minister at Pekin, M. e Giers has made another attempt to ndnce the Chinese foreign office formally request Russian a Distance to restore order, bnt he offer has not vet been accepted. TAYI.OK WON'T HACK. ,lttle I'rubnblllty Tlint He Will bo Nnmed for Governor. Indianapolis, June W. S.Taylor, ormerly governor of Kentucky, but ow a refugee here, has received a umber of letters from lending Ken- ncky republicans since the conference ere last Sunday and has become con- iucedthatit is iuadivsable to attempt o secure the nomination for governor nless he returns and stands trial on he indictment charging him with omphcity in the murder of Senator 3oebel. This was made plain to him ist Sunday, and he took tho matter nder advisement, pending further oticos of the sentiment ot his friends. (any of these have written him that canvass in bis interest would be fu- ilo anlebd he himself leads it, and liat ho should not ask the party to omiuate him unless he returns to the ate. Taylor admitted that he would not nter the contest as he was not willing return to Kentucky in the present ouditipn of the public mind for he did ot believe he would receive a fair and m partial trial. Among those who dvised him not to stand for the nom- nn Jon was ex-Governor Bradley. Mr. avlor will remain here under the pro- ectiou of Governor Mount and will pork for an insurance company. BICYCLISTS KIDK A VIADUCT. t IM .'SOO Feel High and Crossed on a Stone Coping Only IS liK'lics Wide. Binghampton, N. Y.. June Vesson and Elbridge Hart, two New ork tourists, bold the record for rid- ng the Erie viaduct at Lanesboro. It vas the result of a wager. The via- act is over a quarter of a mile in ength and stands 300 feet from the round. It.is used by the Erie and is ict designed for passengers. A stone oping 12 inones wide runs along the ater edge, unguarded by rail or any- hing else. Within tho past two years nnny persons have fallen from the tructure, striking the rocks below. Wesson and Hart were making a tri- ycle trip from Buffalo to their homes u New York, and when Lanesboro vas reached Hart dared Wesson to ride he structure, supposing they could go potweon the rails. When it was found hat the outside coping was the only Inco available, he tried to back out, >nt Wesson laughed at him and wae- rod that he dared not ride it. There ipon he started across on his wheel, Wesson following. Down in the valley breathloHS crowd watched the ex- iloit, for the slightest wabble would mvo dashed both to their death, or an approachine train would have shaken them off. They arrived nt the other side, however, both in a cold sweat and badly scared. They declared that all thofgold in the country could not induce them to repeat the performance JAPANESE KXl'KCT HARDSHIP AT MANILA MEN OF THE 33RD. REGIMENT FALL BY THE WAY- SIDE. Iiijor MHrch'ri 2SO ana Sufl'ared Greatly from Hunger aucl GneftH tin to U hethor Axuinnldo Was Shot- of Nn- tlvn Otliclala anil Manila, June 7 despatch from 3andon, dated June 4, says Major P. March and his men of the Thirty- nird regimnnt, returned to Caudon :iat day by steamer from Aparri. A majority ot the men are ready for the ospital. They are thin and weak, aving traveled S50 miles in the moan- ains, during which they suffered reatly from hunger. Of the 50 horses hich started with the battalion 13 nrvived. The remainder died on the march or fell into canons. The battal- ons practically collapsed at Put, 30 uiles from Tngnerao as the roinlt of ever and exhaustion. Eigbty-feveu ot be men were convoyed from Piat to 'uguerao in bull carts and those fall- ig out on the way there were carried i litters by the Igorottis who were with the column. The officers accompanying Major March were Captains Henry L .Tenk nson and Edward Davis Lieutenants arroll" Power and Frank L. Case and )r. John 0. Greenwait, assistant sur- eon. They say it is all guess work as whether Agninaldo was shot. Be- ore the Americans struck Sarat the usnrgent chief divided his force into arties of 10. following different trails he officer shot was perhaps Aguinal- o's secretary or adjutant. The report monc the natives of the rrcion is that Aguinaldo was wounded in thp should- The papers secured show that nearly 11 the presidents installed by the mencans in Centra! Hound's tern- ory are treacherous, have been mak- ig regular reports to Agninaldo of he disposition and movements of the American troops and they have been ollectiug and forwarding The iptured papers also prove the dMoy- Hy of the native telegraph operators 'horn the Americans retained on the layagan Valley lino. When Tironasnr endered the Filipino forces in thnt eotiou the operators professed loyalty ud tooK the oath of allegiance. But t is now shown that they had befn ending Aguinaldo copies of important elegrams exchanged between the American officials .betters wero also ound relating to large contributions orwarded to Aguinaldo from Spanish ud other foreign business men. MoHt of tho I'eople Relieve the Slrucgl With KiiHgla Will Uegln In the Fall. Victoria, B. C., June to news brought by the steamer Em press of Japan, most of the people of Japan expect a war with Russia in the fall, many connecting the approaching mobilization of theJapanese army with other war preparations. While con gratnlating Great Britain on the sue cesses her armies are now achieving in South Africa, and on the ability dis played by her diplomatists in "hold ing off" the Yomiun Shim bun thinks that the latter result hai been materially assisted, so far as the Orient is concerned, by Japan's atti tudo. It doe's not attempt to place England nnder an obligation to Japan but i ventures to express a hope thnt tht, facts will be appreciated and that they will have the effect of drawing Ene land and Japan closer together. Thi Yorninri's belief is that every relax.a tion of vigilance on the part of Grea Britain in the far east creates an op portnnity for Russia. Elcht Oays In a Dory Halifax, N. S.. June Nor wegian bark Leif arrived at Yarmont yesterday from Frederickshald. She picked up on May 30 two fishermen from the French brig Raneo. St. Malo France, who were in an almost perish ing condition. The men, August Golloy and Peter went astra from their vessel on Briccalien bank o the morning of May 21, and after fruitless search for her, gave up th task and drifted about for eight days keeping the dory's head to the sea b rowing. MR. LONG'S CANDIDACY. WARSHIPS. ent Navy Department with Two Ilig ItxtllexlilpH. Philadelphia, June orders rom the navy department the battle- nips Massachusetts and Indiana.at the jeague Island navy yard, are being repared for sea. The warships were this morning iloted out of the reserve basin around o the Delaware river front, where pre- aratious for departure svere finished, 'he two vessels are loaded with enough oal to make a trip across the Atlantic, nd thov contain large supplies of am- munition. Their destination is a ecrot. ________ Washington, June navy de- jartmeut's orders directing the Indi- na and the Massachnsetts to be fitted int for service are issued with a view o determining how quickly a portion )f the fleet can be mobilized. The ommandant of tho League Island navy will report upon the matter in vbich this duty is performed by vari- us branches of the navy department at the League yard and the re ponsibility for uuj delay. II' r-AlSKD 1.S15 Sentiment for illul lu the West- ern Washington, June his visit to the capital Secretary Long ex- pressed himself as gratified at the as- surances he had received from various states of the growing sentiment infav- r of his candidacy for the vice presi- oucy. There has been no effort made o press his candidacy aggressively, for he secretary does not believe it digni- ed to enter into a scramble for the omiriation. But there is an under- urrent of favor setting toward his omination that is reaching beyond eastern states. Representative [awley, one of the delegates-at-large rom Texas, has promised the Massa- husetts men 20 votes from his state wo delegates from California have Irendy been instructed for Long, and ho other California delegates are ex- xected to join with them. It is safe o say that Long will have a good share f delegates from west of tho Missis- tppi. Illinois, Michigan and other eutral western states will furnish a uota._______________ AUTOMOIill.KS AT NEWPORT. tatement oCthe Work of CongrcHS During 137 Session DIIJK. Wasnington, June complete Summary of the work of this congress, up to date, compared with tho four ireceding congresses appeared yester day as a special feature of tho bonne ol representatives calendar, compiled by Tally Clerk Wakofield, of tho official staff of the house. It covers both the senate and gives the follow ng data. Number of davs in sssison, 137 bills introduced, 12.152; total passed, private acts, 932; extent of congres- sional record, pages. The bulk of his business far exceeds the work of first sessions of the four congresses and in a much shorter time. The shortest of these preceding first sessions was 75 dnys, as against 137 days this session. The greatest num- ber of bills at these longer sessions has been 1 ,630 as against yesterday and the highest total of acts hertofore 723 as against ai, present. The magnitude of the work is said to be unpresedented. Prominent A. O U. W. Mau WeilH. Lyons N. Y., June Crary and Mrs. Eliza Dickenson o Boston, Mass., were married here yes- terday at the residence of Dr. and Mrs Charles H. Towlerton. The ceremony was performed by tho Rev. H. B Stevenson of tho Presbyterian church of Wplcott. There were a number o relatives present. The couple left for Dnlntb on their wedding trip. Th groom is grandmaster workman of th Ancient Older of United Workmen fo Massachusetts. Gulped Down a Dlameml. Plainneld, N. J., June 7 Allen Filndell of New York, who visiting her brother, William H Spurge of Carlton avenue, was takin a can in her room yesterday and ne 3 year-old daughter was playing nea by. The child took a diamom rinp from her mother's finger an swallowed it. A physician was calle at once, bnt thus far the girl retain possssion of the ring. It was a cluste setting and in passing down the throa it caused some injury. Want the City Council to Keeulatu the Matter of Spet'tl' Newport, R. I June oiti- ens of Newport and some of the sum- ler residents are fearful lest there bo ccidents this summer over the fast riving of automobiles. A large nura- er of citizens petitioned the city conn- il last'night to frame an ordinance or the regulation of the use of auto- uobilea, locomobiles and other similar chicles in the pubilc streets in regard speed and for the proper licensing of rivers of such vehicles to insure tho nfety and convenience of pedestrians rossing the streets. The petition was oferred to a committee. There will bo inch opposition to the ordinance as it ould reuquire any woman or man of le summer colony who uses autotno- lies to bo licensed. There will be hundreds of the ma- bines in Newoort this summer. The dditioii of Mr. Vuuderbill's flyur aused tho people to become alarmed. Ir. Vunderbilt never speeds his auto- lobilo except on proper roads. To-day Irs. Vandorbilt came out, with a huetou victoria automobile attracting inch attention. DKWKY IX OHIO. In a Can- (Ild.itM for President. Columbus, Ohio, Juno 7 nd Mrs Dewey came to town yester- ay and will remain here as the guests f the city until Friday hoy will go to Detroit and thence to rand Rapids. Tho reception accorded he hero of Manila was enthusiastic. Admiral Dowey and party were mot it Newark 25 miles out by a committee if which ex-Congressman Joseph H. Onthwaite was chairman, who de- iverod the welcoming address. On the .rrival of the party in Columbus an .drniral'tj salute was fired. The thousands who lined the streets nado the admiral feel welcome. Tha tty's principal thoroughfare was deo- iruted with bunting and if tho herons of the Spanish and other vars, the predominating picture of .ourse, being that of the admiral him- elf. In the afternoon there was a public an exchange of civilities be- ;ween the admiral and survivors of the var of the Rebellion, who are here at- ending a soldiers' and sailors' reunion and camp fire, and a participation in barbecue. Last night the admiral ittended the soldiers' campfire and a smoker given by the newspaper men. Admiral Dewoy in answer to a ques- tion said to-day that he is still a can- didate for tho democratic nomination 'or president, though he admits that 10 does not expect to receive the uomi nation. JOHN HIUUIIT'S DAUGHTER THKKK. These are Busy Days In Our Establishment. WE ARB HAVING' EXTENSIVE ALTERATIONS MADE IN OUR wardrooms. The contractors bavfi a large force of men tearing down _wsllo and lowering floors'ctc. We trust you will put upwith the noise of the hammer and the clank of the trowel, it won't last lopp, then, we will have The Handsomest as well as the largest Furniture Store in the State. AB the work advances the ware- rooms must be cle med of furniture.. Better SELL IT AT COST When it is perfect than wait and risk its being damaged. You want the most for you-money. to you. Reasons above. Seeing is believing and will cost you nothing. Will you see or lose. CREDIT IF YOU WISH. flORIARTY'S Waterbury Furniture Co. QREENBURQ'S ie necessary that our stock be reduced, as it is too large for this season of the year, and, ns the public are the ones to do the reducing, we propose to give theui such bargains ae will make it worth their while. It is unnecessary and makes tiresome reading to give a long list of prices; suffice to any, Everything is Marked Down And a mark down sale at this store mcnns low prices for fine gooda only. Every Article Reduced. And at the best reason nlso. just when you need the goods, And listen, we have expectations of things this fall and wtint you to help us by reducing our surplus stock. Come in and convinced that our stock is the best at lowettn prices to be found. Everything new, no left overs, shop worn, or out of date goods can find n place on our counters. For Further Particulars Inquire Within. c Barnum's Block. Naugatuck, Great Slaughter on Bicycles Sundries FOR ONE WEEK. 1900 Models. rVnnuiil UittlierlDj; of the Lnke Alohonk Conference. Lake Mohouk, N. Y., Juno Lake Mohonk conference on interna- tional arbitration began its sixth an nnal meeting here yesterday. There are about 150 delegates present, among thorn boinp Prof. J. Rendell Harris and Mrs. William F. Olark, a daught er of the late John Bright, represent ing England. The meeting was presid ed over by Charles Matteson of Rhode Island, who in addressing the confer ence spoke of the work accomplished by the The Hague conference. Frederick W. Hollis, who was secre- tary to the American delegates at The Hague conference, in an address said that tho atmosphere at The Hague was laden with cynicism, pessimism and tho spirit of hopelessness. Much wan due to the American delegation, which determined to accomplish practical re- sults. He was of the opinion that ap peals to nations to disarm were prema- ture and not calculated to help the cause of arbitrarou. With reference to dumdum bullets he declared that Eug land had only a few of them made 'for experimental purposes and he was satisfied that "they had never been issued to her soldiers. "Syndicate" Miller Still Mum. New York, June F. Mil ler, the former manager of the Frank' lin syndicate, after completing 10 days of his 10 years' sentence in Sing Sing, was brought down to Brooklyn yester day, on an order issued by Unitec States Judge Thomas to testify before Robert J. Tilney. referee in bankruptcy proceedings. As on the two previon; occasions when he had been before tbi referee, he doggedly refused to answe any questions on the ground tnat thej might tend to incriminate him nnde the indictments still pending agains him. He was taken back to Sing Sing by Detective Jackson, and the bearini was adjourned until Jane 26. White Chainless, White Track Racer, 50 White Road Wheel, 40 VIorrow Coaster extra.- Barker, Uneeda, 24 '99 Whites, Lndiea'and Gente' 33 Good 2d-hand wheels, xip. TIRES. Jartford, No. lartford, 80 77 70 4.50 Jas Lamps, Solar M. W. Duplex, Deitz Oil Lamps. Hartford. 5.50 A Good Tire, Handle 75c to 2.20 Pedals, from 75c up 1.L5 Bells, from 15c to 1.00. Dixon Graphite, 3c 7c stick. Other Svxndries reduced prices. J. R. nURPHY. A SKIRT Will always please the eye; therefore we are always sure to please, as our skirts nor only fit and hang well, but it is the style that we add to ours that places us in the in that line. Price Ranging From to Qately Brennan, Credit Clothiers, Open Evenings. 32 Center Street, Waterbury. FISH FOR FRIDAY. Fresh Mackerel, Hoe Shad, Butter Fish, Porgies. Flat Fish, Sea Trout-. Steak Cod Blue Pish, lOcperlh 10c perIb lOe per Ib 8c per Ib lOctierlh lOcperlb Hnlibnt, Ktc. I ALSO HAVE THREE Taylor's Market Merwin'H S-'honlderH, Or per Ib. Native Veal, Native Chicken, Legs of Lumb, Prime Rib RoawtH, Pork LoiiiR, etc. Also Vegetables of all Kinds. SHOATS FOR SALE. Water Street. MurcBco (all tints Sherwin William's paint. S. W. special interior colors, S W. floor pnint. S. W. porch floor paint. S. W. wogon paint. S. W. creosote paint. Gold and silver pnint. S. W. varnish stains. S. W. enamal W. Bicycle enamel (iron enamel.) Varnishes (kopal) shell paper. Paint and varnish brushes. Wall paper (Alfred Peats Co.) W. H. WATSON, Phm. B., Union City Pharmacy. Drug Store by the Uatoa Ctty KWSPAPLRl EWSPAPER
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