The uti'utioii was to have had some spec- ally invited speaker, but circnm- tances make such purpose uncertain hough not impossible. The warm spell is not wiifiued to this locality. Rising tem- ireature prevails iu the Ohio and? Dense fog revails along the New England coast. Scott of- Union Cify. The board of warden and bnrgesse will hold an adjourned meeting Tues day evening.
There will be services at St. Mich ael's'church next Saturday mornin at 10 o'clock. Miss Helen A. James Patterson and daughter, Mis Nellie Patterson, of Beebe street lef this morning for Mt, Carmel, wher they will attend the wedding of relative. Robert Lincoln Frnin, 4-months-ol sou of Mr. Thomas Frni of Spring street, died yesterday after noon. The funeral took place thi afternoon at 3 o'clock. The intermen was in St. Francis' cemetery. A number of the members of th Naugatuck Wheel clnb enjoyed a run to Lake Compounce yesterday goin from here-to Waterbory on wheels an from there to Bristol by train and b wheel from Bristol to the lake.
A dead dog was found in a well a the rear of the old May place at th corner of High and May streets yes terday. For some days past it ha been noticed that an unpleasant odo came from the well and yesterday was decided to investigate with th result already told. The dead do was gotten out by means of ropes' an hooks. Attor uey's Eithersidge of Thomaston an Guilfoile of Waterbury appeared fo the state and Attorney Kennedy -fo the defendant. From the large number of Nanga tuck people who went to both Fores park and Boulder grove yesterday t hear the band concerts it would seen that it might be an easy matter to se cure concerts for Naugatuck once week during the summer months That the people " appreciate the con certs is very evident, and it is to be regretted that there is a lack of en thusiasm iu this matter.
The Naugauck fire department ha received an invitaiton from the Tor riugtou fire department to participat in a firemens' parade to be held a Torriugtou on August 10, the occasion being the dedication of a new hos house in Torriugton. It is expectec that a number of fire companies from various towns in the state will b present.
The local department wil take action ou the invitation at the next meeting. It is expected tha another civil ser vice examination will be held soon as those who took the examination little over a year ago and who were not appointed either carriers or sub stitute carriers, but who were place! The only person on the eligible list at present is Allen Burgess, who took the examination last Spirng.
In the matter of the Fountain Wa ter company of Ansonia vs. The following iommittee was appointed F. Kingsbnry and Nelson J.
Judge E. Gager ap seared for the water company auc Attorney Kennedy for Tarrill, the defendant. The Artie shoes which are to be given as prizes for the competing drum corps at the picnic of the Nau- atuck Drum crops to be held at Lin den park on Saturday July 20, are on exhibition iu the north window ol Tudd's drug store where they are at- :racting considerable attention. The shoes were made by Louis Nichols, 'oremau of the shoe department anc he designs were painted by Assistant Superintendent Harry Cramptou ol he Shoe company's factory.
Up to the inie that Chief Schmidt learned vhere she lived her parents had made no inquiries at the station house concerning her. During the time that he child was with Chief Schmidt she vas questioned by a number of people nit stubbornly refused to tell her uamc or where she resided, George Sweeney, brother of Patsy Sweeney the well-known prize-fighter vho, is playing third base for Milwan- cec, has been visiting friends on Rub- er avenue audwill leave forMilwaukee Tuesday evening. Young Sweeley is a fast young player and next eason will enter a higher league. He s a gentlemanly player both on and off the field.
During last Wednesday's ;ame ia Milwaukee with the score led he drove the ball over the center ield fence and a business man of hat town presented him with a dia- uond ring. On account of his red lair he is known as "Pink" among ill the ball players. He was a specta- or at the game in New London Saturday. Caroll of this town to Miss Margaret E. Bossidy of Lee which took place in hat town last Wednesday morning. Richard J Carroll of Tarriffville, a irother of the groom, and the ceremony which took place in St.
Mary's hnrch, was followed by a nuptial ligh mass. The bridesmaid wore white silk grenadine over yellow taffeta, with rinuimigs of gauze ribbon" arid lace, large picture hat of yellow and vhite and carried a bouquet. The Sons of "St. The little daughter of John Stein man of Maple street, who broke her ankle while jumping rope one day last week, was taken to New Haven to-day for treatment. The King's 'Daughters will hold the last meeting of the season at the Parish house this evening. It is hoped that there will be a large attendance as there is business of importance to be discussed.go
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James McKeuzie, a stone mason in the employ of Conrrator J. Dunn, fell from the roof of a building on Highland avenue this afternoon and broke his ankle. Twitohell's ambulance was sent lor and he was taken to the Salem house on Rubber avenue where he boards. Someone broke into the workbos on the new Hillside avenue road either Saturday night or last night and carried away six pickaxes.
The theft was not discovered until this morning when the men who are employed there started to work. It is only a short time ago since a quantity of dynamite wag stolen from the same box.
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James Kirby, formerly well known here, died at Middletown at noon to-day aged 71 years. The body will be taken to her son's residence, South Main street, Wateibury. The funeral will take place from St. Francis church Thursday morning at 9 o'clock.
Interment will be in St. James ceme tery. It will be remembered that the alarm was sounded from box 64 at the corner of Spring street aud Brennan lane and when the firemen responded they found that there was no fire. The police have since been investigating the matter and to-day it was decided to arrest young Sullivan.
He will be given a hearing in the borough court to-morrow morning. Three Naugatuck young men captured a large snapping turtle near Lake Qnassapaug yesterday and returned with it to the lake where, according , to all accounts, they had considerable fun and excitement with it before returning home. Certain parties at the lake wanted to have them release the turtle but this they refuged to do and when one young man threatened to release the turtla himself matters became decidedly interesting.
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He did not carry out his threat, however, and after the turtle had taken out a piece of the finger of a man who attempted to get on familiar terms with it, the young men brought their prize to Nangatnck and presented it to local business men. The Naugatuck team put up a strong game throughout while the Waterbury players were lamentably weak both at the bat and in the field There was a fair-sized crowd present.
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This baa been a Wet, Cold Spring and business has not been quite up to the usual standard. We wish to make tip for lost time! Every piece in our immense Rtore, G floors are marked in plain figures. This sale will be conducted with absolute honesty. Positively No Goods Reserved. Things will hustle here this summer, so don't be late. Don't go by Avithout passin if 3 ou want good pictures low prices.
This is the it fresh fir. Fold in Ib bags, for sOc Per Bag. Mjiety-elgbt pupils have been under ttefr' 'care.
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This baa made it. Any leaohor will grant yon the Impsulbtlity for initaucc, of leaehliig au'c-oessftilly a grammar claaa of Ihlrty-fivo in a half-hours' recitation. Despite these things great and permanent advancement has been made. Our obaervalion of the ordinary rocl-laliona would have justified what wa otherwise learned, via: that some of the pupils in this department have advanced IOO percent. Order, thoroughness, and method hayo bean their maxima. By a careful application of these, they have lad their pupils ttesdily forward. Theranlcingofoarschoola with others in this county is high.
Brimfield may even boast a littlo. For we learn that of the alxtean who have obtained teachers' oertlficataa In our county this spring rix were prepared in the higher department of our aehoola In one thing we were disappointed. That WOS in finding out the tow salaries of tbs teachers.
Ila the beat In town. Our stock is offered at lowest cash pricey to. Look Here. Permanent cure, or no pay No Charge for examination or council The undeTaigned would be pleased to con snit with any parties suffering from any of the above named diaeaaca. Will be at Brimfield.
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