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WATERBURY EVENING DEMOCRAT, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1895.
Curran's Women's Dress And that it is an important subject can be soon by the fact that thousands ot" people- are daily employed catering to the constant demand for stylish and becoming attire. Every well dressed woman is interested in necessaiy change of fashion from season to season and as the right thing does not cost more than the wrong, nor the new any more than the old, she is justified in seeking out the store with the reputation of keeping Goods that are New and Up to Date. As a season of novel conceptions in Fabrics the present one is without a peer and the skillful blending of colors and tasteful ness of pattern makes a good selection an easy task for the pur chaser. In Oisr SiSk Department Can be seen the latest productions of foreign and domestic looms, and our exquisite designs in C1IAMKLKOXS, TAFFE TA GLACE. POMP.UHHT,. NKOCWDKS. CAMKILLAS, PERSIAN EFFECTS, and SATIN UAH I'LAIDS TAFFETA. A special bargAin in this line is a -very pretty figured Taffeta iu n.at de signs and good variety of colors at 6i0 yd, good value at S5e Black Silks. Duniasse, Satin, Pekin stripes and bro cade, Gros Oraiu are aiaoUK the foremost and the styles nre exqui site. A loader iu thia line is a 20 inch Groa Grain at Sac, would be cheap at 1 5 In plain Blacks we are well prepared for a big demand in 1 .in lie soi. Satin Dnchess, both being very ex ceedingly popular for tl.is st -.ison. A big bargaiu iu 151-u'L Ts.if-'a i a 20 inch good stiff Taffeta at OA", would be cheap at Black Dress Goods. This to a great (Mint is a Figured Black Goods season, and -rr oonceiv- ' able design is shewn in soil.', bh.e!;, f'gnres I of various sizes, tie1 un diuua v.e raitim being the me at desirable j Our stock represent son.e of the best designs shown on te trairk. t as we bonght early in anticipation of a large trade ia il ls pa: tn nl.ir line, and the following are a lew of tue various weaves: French Crepons. Mohair, .lacquards, Bouele, .lbelme, i'liun urul I alU-u Cheviot, lHagona! nr..; '"g.-.-u erg s. Silk and Wool Novilties, i'aconue, Prncellas and Sicilian. A Special Kargnin iu this line is :-. 5i inch fancy Cheviot, at ",V, well worth 75 c Plain black Serge and Her.rit tt.is, at prices away below any her. to:oio ottered, and n a leader IT. inch Black Henrietta io. will worth lOo 50-inch pure wool, luou twill, for meriy 75c, now Curran's. W. F. York, Agent. Undertaking Parlors, 120 South Main Lady assistant with onibalmcr's diploma. No extra charge for services. ( Pis- Tel ,.m."e R F.ast Main KIGHT CALLS V. F. oik. '.sr. North Main t. W. Leonard, is loer WRITING PAPER, PADS. TABLET.3 acd in fact everything in the stationery line can be found J. H. MsMlle Undertaking in all its branches. ST PATBICK S BLOCS, 110 K Mais St Best Gilt Edge Creamery Butter, 23c pound, 4 1-2 lbs for $1.00. Boston Butter House, 117 Southtain Strnet. At present Is "e I prevailing topic, Colored Dress Goods. The prevailing variety of novelties in all grides produced this season are remark able tor their pretty blendiDg of colors and richness of character, even in moderate priced g.wds. The weaves principally shown are BOrCl.ES and tufted effects, shaggy worsted kurts and cuils. heather mix tures, tio ti ned diagonal, bright colored pi .ids, with satin lines and irridescent mixtures of every conceivable blend. I l or Tailor wade suits, diagonal wor I sted, satin finished solids, fine cheek worsted weaves. ti'-A iu our stock can be found any of the above good in the most desirable coloring and combination. Some of the Best Val ues to be Found in Colored Dress Goods Are: One lot of 4i-inh, all wool illnmi n itt d i erman novelties, in beauti 1 1-1 coin ti:ii.tious and designs, n.ifiht be considered cheap for 75c, now SiU" per yard One lot of heather mixed Cheviots," I'i-inehis wide, in very stylish com binations of colors, at ot'c also One let o t,(i-iticU two toned, swell d agonal, in handsome combina tions, e.t Tic per yard Vicmarkable valnfs in solid color o, -eds are to lie had this season, and oni iine is without doubt the largest to I.' -eeu in this city. N i will be pleased to show these Goods to all interested, and extend a tier.rtv iniiatiun to f1rmnmssenr.a j whether contemplating purchasing ' - or not. 1 Opens Tuesday Morning, Sep tember io. Om stoc k ot Sc hool Supplies is the most eomplete in the city. Mates. Mate Pencils. Pen-! c il l'oxes, Crayons. School Hags I'.tc, Ktc. Kamak's Famous Boston 99c Store tff" Look for the Wire Sign over the door before entering. "2 Sot in Main Stuf.kt. THE Ghost walks regularly, where they sing: ' My Lad's The Engineer." Charles Graham's last hit; 25o. Also several other new songs. T. IF1- COSTELLO, Newrpkai.eb wn Stationer '255 BANK STEEEt. v n rs rv Praise And Encourage- IXlGHt In Our Work. A few days ago a lady who had never been in Waterbury before, called at our store and asked us to take charge of the remains of a near friend whose body was to be sent to a distant part of the state. We followed her instructions, and in a few days we received her check and hero is an abstract from her letter to us: -, Conn, Aug S. "'Waterbury Furniture Co: Gentlemen Enclosed please find check as per agreement, and accept my sincere thanks for your kindness and cordial treatment extended to us in our late be renvemetit. It is all the more appreciated for the reason that we were strangers iu your city, and the manner iu which you smoothed the way. helped us. as words can not express, to bear our sad affliction. We feel it our duty to acknowledge our feeling of gratitude to you," These simple but beautiful words cost the writer nothing, but how they cheer us on to be the true and faithful servants of the people. Oh yes! with us the public con fidence is a sacred trust, and may we always merit it. Waterbury Furniture Company, The Liberal House Furnishers, John Moriarty, Propr. "The - Knox" SOLD ONLY BY GrILLMOK The Hatter, 125 Exchange Place, ! BGHnBtt'S l tll8 PlaC6. Ycu all well know the quality and price of Rogers' Knives, forks Spoons, Ladles, Berry and Jelly Spoons, Pie and Cake Knives, Fruij Knives and Nut Picks. MY PRICES: Rogers' best medium knives, per set 1 75; per doz. 3 50 Rogers' solid nickel forks, No. 12 per set 1 75; per doz. 3 50 The best Rogers' Tea Spoons, 1 00 The best Rogers' Fruit Knives, 1 35 All other goods in the line at equally as low prices and the best quality. You cannot afford to pur chase until you have seen my ijoods and prices. No trouble to show my goods; call and see for you' seives. Hat. E. F. BENNETT, 145 Bank St. Every Shot Tells. We have fired both barrels this time. Our sale of Trousers at $3.75 and $2.75 has been very sat isfactory to us, as well as pleasing to those in need of an extra pair to brighten up the old suit. The S3. 75 kind are mostly designed for dress, though there ire some quiet pat terns among them. Many of them have sold at $7 and S8. The S2.75 kind are for business and a guaran tee rroes with every pair. A few of the 9.75 Suits remain and they are mostly in dark colors, suitable for fall wear. J. B. MllLLINGS, 97, 99, 101 Bank St. You Always Pay For What You Get. BUT DO YOU ALWAYS ( GET WHAT YOU ,' PAY FOB ? ( YOIT POX'T trot what you ray for If you get infe-ior (roods at regular irte-s. VOl" HOST get what you nay for if you pay for a iiuality you ilon't reeeiv . VOl' 1 i ) N" tret what ion pay for if you pay an extravagant price. YOU l'ON'T net what you pay for if you help to swe 1 an exorbitant piotlt. li. .-o fault is it if you d- n't not what youpay for. IT'S YOUli OWN FAULT. riKOAt'SE you can always get your money ; nek to the last e, n' by tradiui; with us. j ItF.rAl'SK we guarantee the liest for the nieiH-y. HKCACSLwe gaarautoe tho most for the m.inev. Tl OAl'SE wo coaraiiteo the very lnwes' pri-'es. F.very one of these .'acts coos to h-lw that you ouj;ht to Trsde With FINN. ! RKMKMItK.lt you ean j,-t a Miuaro deal f r a r.-eiel it.illar. KKMKMlti:i: yi. u can set a high made for a I""' IlKure. Rl'.Ml'.M HK't that you ray for what you se; r.nd set what you l ay for lit E. J. Finn, 17 Exchange Place. Bargain Sale OF Pianos AND Organs. For tba next ten days we will close ont 10 second hand l'ianos from $-5 upwards, and 8 Organs from $10 np. It you don't want to pa; cash don't be bashful, call and see us and we will give yon credit. These instruments must be sold to make room for our full Btock, which will arrive in Au gust. Don't miss this opportunity of par chasing a Piano at less than half its value. B.SHONINGER & CO. 175 BANK STREET. Watbbbuby, Oohn. Things Have Taken a Turn BUSINESS IS BOOMING Low prices and good quality is what does the work. - Just look at onr prioes and ex amine the goods and yon will surely buy. Conn Bot Shoe Co, 28-30 East Main St. E. E. Colby. CITY NEWS. DrlTayes states that the tit of itirlifjes tion which threatened the lift? of Patrick Mooney Saturday lias passed over anil ho is now resting fomfortablv. It is probable that Coiiiuunv G will at tend the Atlanta exposition in a body. The matter is now under consideration and everything looks as though the com pany woiihl decide to make atrip. An important meeting of the court of common council will tie held at S o'clock to-iitglit. Every member should l'c in his seat at the appointed time. Harold Miller, the tliree mouths' old son of Mr ami Mrs Charles.. Miller of t!0 Walnut street, died last night. The funeral w ill lake place' at 2 :,'50 o'clock to-morrow afternoon. Andrew Storz, formerly well Unown In this city, who shot himself a week ago. died in Brooklyn Saturday night. The remains w ill be brought to ihis city for interment which will lake place tomorrow- from Hall Memorial chapel. The Meriden hitters could not find the kinks in "Ited" Donohuo's curves in the game with Hartford on the Trinity srroiinds Saturday and to this fact and the excellent support given him is due the result ,if the score, Hartford S, Meri den 0. Agent Giles Potter of the state board of education is going the rounds of the state making an invent! gat ion reganliug lhe attendance of children at the theaters. The new law prohibits the children under 111 years old entering theaters unattended by parents or guardians. The Meriden Journal says; Hector McAlenny is greatly pleased that the bi.-hop has . nt him Mich a line curate as Father Fred Murphy is known to he. lie is an excellent speaker and an unus ually tine singer. I le is certain to be i II liked by the people of St Ho-e's. The funeral of Patrick MclKutalil took place from his late residence, Hi smith street, yesterday afternoon with i'r- ices at t Patrick's church by the lov Father iMiggan and interment iu St Jo seph's, cemetery. The pallbearers were John riieh..,, Thomas MoF.voy. Michael (.biiini. Miehaei I'lielan, Thomas t aritey and Martin 'heiinan. W illie Ihoph y. t he ten years old sou of Mrs Marx lirnphy. !iii;er.il.! -tri'et. met with a serio'i- acciiietit Sal unlay af ternoon, i le w as romping about I he si reel, when he slipped and :' !1 again-t a -hai ;i st one, in'lici mg a long, deep gah oyer the cap of the right knee. I r Haye w as called and put six stitches jn he w omul. Street Inspector lo-iiev is making a much needed impv.. em- :ii at tl -n:e- lion of I lict The old ere ml V ; -limgton ; e"t s. i. . w bieh w as ton "!ieking from lie ilk -io light for the In I hat lioM quarry is be i l ; carted taviial'.- iee (lie slr.-e; ;. d I 1 The of n elm - W. ;t m i ..mid en I,, t. I'll x ill . 1 l'i f.,er ! Mr- Wil': .' : I . t u.j. iii ..titir. i 1 ! I. 1'.. : ii .v. ' 1 l::illl; . K. i I. !'.-! ti l l . !'!ioiv v . - i i ll'; f.lul tloriil tri'.'Ui' -. i While .'-,i i:--: . 'i 1' ' . .!. a'l.'i nun!. U '!!! 111 i.'lv ..f I', i-lee -I I d.'i ii al'.il run : .tlVeii:!!.' -eM-r:i! i r'! 1 'Idle lie,- -I V'.-h! foot e::':-i- ; ! Wti.-n l.lr I ! .; e i 'lit ' lift!.' tele-. . - di ; der ! dre.s .U it.'lt.ie ivivli'l to pi!', ll'ul II'. j . iht'i-.' I'l.. .1... . I l!.- tee- , I t!.- i'.jll'.n j V.-I.:d u;,- a Hitehei c!."- p i d. I ii ! i .i.l. ai l '.I;- M :. e; . - I, I!, ei-.ei I i il.'ii- i;i- ! i:o !.ov :! I'll!!-."-. llie h.-ii-e li:e -:l..l ill er- i .'Old IU'- i-itlii.-ji.'f i'J ..le'1. one of d iii en it Shell V lleel jidlll el:i"i'o;.!v- at ill" atieiided 1 o er !un 1'he Trot- 'le.!.i:.e ( o lemil. lileil M a lia'ai'.'i'd tiersoll-. I ami M. Iletiiiu- w aj did llie e.iieMie-. 'rii.-r.- Wit some Ui.od -,'ei ell ltlal :'U ill M ltii'll .lollll 1.. :ixe eai l ied ofi'iiie li-.i:or- w itHI". 1,'. Sl'li-kof Mel-iii.'l). :l p'l'd -evollil. Alllol.e the eerei-e .i n e;!ii'.e of l:iwb:tll. wtiie'.i wa- won !iy .n ei t'lry. Soore. II to 7. i lie liaif mil" fool niee for llie broiie s;itue t:is won by the Mer'elen t 'i ele eluh. l.eul-of llie Mi riden eluh ti'mt; tir-l mie tor the -joo yards d.-i-li mil aNo tit -t 'il tor tin' :i00 v;ini. u iti' aloiit t'''ti! dash. I he oilier Ju l iivided bel i attvlMirv iitul Mi'i'ulon. lloliorl Viol .'.:illi tt'it-i '.:''. -tor iitnl .1.1.. S:io. l!::iiiH-i U lilt." :in.l t . Kri'ii I'ruii woro tin" ji'.'lo-. Tlio Wnti'rl'ury lii.'intu r of tin-" l oinmii '.-'o of .it'rntip'-nn-tit - wort' t'.iloli finch. 11. .11. IIiul linrt. Ili'il'i'i-i lrooU. Tlioni:i- T. Vlimi-i :i!l 1 r V.. K- I'." olil. .-mil tin Mi riilon m'iii!or-i woro II. I.. I'.'itolil, John Kini; ami Kiiw aril i lolim MAY EAT FLESH. MEAT. LETTER FROM BISHOP T1ERNEY READ IN THE CATHOLIC CHURCHES. . i..! ..a!.i..- .flliv rum i,.,, Krti:. I'm- I'l-olilf IVtuisi. Murk is of a Laborious or K.lill'.tiis llal-aolt-r. Ill ail tho t alholio hnn hos of tho oil y yostfi'dav a oii'oul.u' ttor from l'iirlit Kov Itislioji Tit'i'in' . on tho sul'joot ot last ikn s. w a- lo.-ul. Il priividi-s that llto working pi'oplo of tho liioooso for whom it has lnon ilitlioult to olisorvo tho common law of abstinence, with their entire honsehoVis, are now t favor of tlic Holy Soe. permitted the use of tlesh meat oi. 'all days of the year ex cept l'riilay. Ash Wednesday, N eiines dav ami viittrday of Holy Voek and the Visril of hiinia. This iuiiiih. how ever, allow s ihe use of meat Nut once a day to those who are obliged to fast, while all others, exempt by reason oi aire, health or the like, arc not so re stricted. The use of lle.-h mid !ih arc not allowed at the same meat. This decree was embodied in Pope !rfo'.s last encyclical, but yesterday wa the first time it lias been announced iu the diocese. TENDER MEMORIES. FATHER SLOCUM'S FIRST SERMON TO HIS NEW FLOCK. Tho People Vrgrd to Kevcre the Memory ol His I'rtMli-rrsKor Karnest Words on E du ration of the Youiii;. There was a largo attendance at the dillerent masses :,t the church of tlie Im niaculate Conception yesterday morning, llev bather slocutn spoke to the congre gation at t!iediu"erout servicesandtonched a tender chord in the hearts of his hear ers by his kindle and ,th..tio I reference to the great -work per ; formed by his predecessor in the j parish of the Inmiacujate Conception. There were quite a good manv present w ho have been members of the parish during the pastorate of the dillerent I pastors iu the history ot the parish ami ; it was a rare treat for them to hear their tormer spiritual advisers eulogized by their new pastor. Father Slociim talked entertainingly on the great work performed for the Catholics of Watorlmrv hv Kov Dr Hi'tidi'icken, Hev Father l.vuch. Father Valsli and icar tJeneral Mulcaliy and said that while it was no desire of his to come to nterbury, still he considered it an honor to walk in the footsteps of those who had preceded him in the man agement of his new- lield of labor. Father Slociim's fust appointment was assistant to the Key I aw renceWalsh at St Peter's. 1 hit t ford, lie was baptised by another former WatiThury pastor. Kev James l.vnehand had Ihe'i solalionof administering the la-t rites of the church at the time of his ilea! h. ,. labored with Father Mnle.hy in New Haven twenty year ago. If s.dil. when we were both curates jo l.Yy Father Fit pat rick, a for niiT Water'nin box , w ho died onlv too spoakin he said : of his purpose for the future "'I shall not but in all thin, laid dow n by slia II ne i t- at ; am Ihing. Inn lay down any platform s shall follow the lines your former pastor. mpi lo drive you to do stiatl try to lead vou. M !i:i--i..:i among you is in the part of a ini- .iiq: r y i.i' ( li ri-t . who drew no lino. I s, ;; ,).,., i.. line or build any wall "';:':!' ' l ;!: t alle ilic church. I shall inc.-; on i i f ail kin-'.- in :i kindly and fraternal sj,jrit. for I would lie iu a si'iiil oi ' kindn. -s and eharil y . Sonic of m be-! 1,'nnds are out-ido of the I atlioiie ehiifv w e -hali go ali w lib all cia -se ai 1 it is my hope that and harinony ial iiistitutious dlows : 1 should state aiding public i quarrel with no ditV-rt'ine ill peace :i r.-ti 'le ; "due.:; i ! -i itu e as f. i.e'l that lie 111 I i : in e:ise the ailed I to tludr -elu.ol le !.:md n il lio out t lie eoiue to lere the . 'Hi :V' e ;:iki' ii uLi .! i In .i-t u ':-.. :nira:. . -in- i-iiild- le.ieliinir wo tin i : i:- i till'!' -' . il I I n 111 lis .. v . i allow. ; oi:r -i !; io!. . e i 1 u - Me nltist ; a -i i louiid out" : : e :r ii i ai ; y t - lour idea is id oil OMl'lot :i i ,:. j ai-oeliial lie - r. ;lia; .. .i- the li':j;her Notre Ha-iie I Vat . ..Il .-itVoi-.l it o"l' M llildiieS Kdiu-.i! ion li e lid e ry da. l o a I lit '.'.re is the I- -reat land." -: a: U - ,. ,-l - ;l'.v. thai iii.i-. in I I'.-u iu.r lie retnarUs Kalher Sliv. i.i I'l eai ie i :, ; ' oi erfui si vniiMi on lha -i'e! of the .:.! . Ill -a hi. il lie laid down ! tfoii. -ti n.i' - wli'n ii fathers ami 'ilu r -1 1 1 1 1 ; : loll 'i'. in order that v el . Vtren ai ii ! alii" lies a ml . 1 i '"'I' i . 1 e-t. iiidu-t i i.'U- l it IIS CLOSE OF THE FAIR. . i.-:, ,..:. ,,.i o. i.ii s,, l, i,i,.v,l liv Ma.lliauiN" l'o-t. i. A. IU The f.rir ot Waillaon-' io-t.t;.A. II., e'.o-' d in Cil v hail ai iirda;. I'lvnini;. It a- a s.H-ial aiid tiiiamial iui'e-s .Hinl tiuaneiad fiieees and llie members of the di'Verenl eomtiii'. tee- who worked hard ii"t o'i'.y il'iiini tin" fair, but for llie a.t iao momh-. making iirepar-aiioii-. are il' -erviiej; of the siuvess that row noil tin ir i tl'o is. BRAKEMAN TRIMBLE. Kitted lly lteio: Kitu Over lly the fart sal unlay. I'liarlo-i Triiiillo. a liraUoiiian on .1 Xow Knuiami roa.l In iu'lu train, whilo ttirn in. a lirako on a iroinloln oar iu tho Kiist ll ii; 1'i .l a t'.l "-at :inla . lost lii I'alatu'e, toll 1-aoku a ril Ironi tho iar, au.l was inn " or. I!i-rii;lii arm ami lea; oi-o oi n-hod anil lio was otliorwiso iii jiii o 1. Ho w as i::l,on to Hurt ford on a -.ooial train au.l t. ikon to the hospital in an :o r'.oo aiii'imo'i ov i r nan. I aii.t r.-a.-loni; 'Ii-' hoolal Ilio arm and ,,.r wi'i-o aiui'irawvl. Irmitoo ooulil not ii. t siirvi i-ih.' -hoi k ami ilioii. Trimble was ., Mir oai. mush- i -. i . . ami hail hoon k..., ... ..v. , o;ui'lo,; on iin moui .iovmii i.iuoiiia His i.aii'ius lio at Monroo, N. C. CHILD STRUCK BY TROLLEY. A SoiitUiuston Sustniiis Frobrtbly Fatal la juried. Sui ims.iToN. S.-pt Mamie .limmy wa- pia i:ic on Liberty stret about t ,.','. .ok i '-t niuht and started to run :!, the si reel in trout of a trolley car. M"t onnan t ! . A. McXulty reversed I lie ourro'it ami applied the brakes, but. ilio oar .-; ruck th-' child. The forward i nick knock.'. I her bow n and she w as , licked up uncou-.'ious. Her scalp whs. almost toi a i ll' li'oin her forehead to the '.ack of hoi nock. It is ihoiiolu her in-jui'io-will prove fatal. The motoniuiu i- cxoucraiod by eyewituo-i s. Some of the b st values to be fonnd in iliwk silks and colored dress Roods are offered by Cnrran's to-day. Kead thtir list carefully.