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WA'i'EEBURY EVENING DEMOCRAT. MONDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1895
NEW CATHOLIC PARISH. FATHER CURT1N OJ NEW MILFORD NAMED AS PASTOR. Father Gleason of Thompsonvillo Named as Successor to the I.ate Father Dagsan Boundary Lines of the New I'arish. Yesterday morning at all the masses In the Catholic churches the anuouuee ment was made that Hight Hey Bishop Tierney had decided to form a new par ish in the south end of the city aud that the Kev Jeremiah J. Curtiu of Xew Mil ford had been appointed pastor of the parish, which will be known as St Joseph's. The boundary lines read as follows : Northerly beginning at Mad on a line with and along Martin were Kiver street and along Carman street to the summit of Tiue hill. Easterly running along the summit of Pine hill to. the south indefinitely. Westerlj' from Mad river south to South Main street and from South Main street indefinite. The southern boundary lines are left for the time indefinite. The farther sides of the streets named do not belong to the new parish. The lines of the new parish intersect with South Main street at Benedict's bridge and the south side of Delaney .t Condon's new store is the end of the line on Baldwin street. The new pastor is a first cousin of Father Curtiu, formerly curate at St Patrick's. JIc was born in Xew Britain and received his elemeiitary education in the public schools of that place. He was graduated from Holy Cross college, Worcester, Mass, and received his tlie ologieial training at the Grand Seminary, Montreal. Father Curtiu forineily ministered at liockville and there as at 3ev Mil ford he was noted for his marked 7.eal and scholarly attainments. lie is well and favorably known to all the. lo.'al clergy and in all things which go to make the ideal pastor is considered the peer of any man in the diocese. At the Srcred Heart church, yester day, in announcing the appointment of Father Curlin to take charge of the new psirish. Father Treanor said: ul think that the people have every reason to congratulate themselves. 1 know the priests of the citv will welcome Father Curtiu. He certainly has a beautiful character, and is a "man of ability and energy." Father Curtin is expected here on Tuesday or Wednesday, lie will be suc ceeded at New Mi If ord by the Key T. M. Crowley of St Mary's Bridgeport. Kev Maurice Sheehan, who has been assist ant at St Patrick's since the death of Father Duggan, will succeed Father Crowly as assist ant at St M'ary"?,Bride port. While the residents of the south end are somewhat surprised at the territory included in the new parish, the division gives general satisfaction and the pastor appointed is" eminently satisfactory to nil. As the population of that sectiou is sure to increase considerably during the next few years, there is no reason win the people should not have a very lanre parish in a short time. Tt is said that it now contains .',000 persons, 2,800 from St Patrick's aud 200 from the im maculate Conception. Nothing definite has been done towards securing a place to hold service, but all these matters will be arranged as soon as the pastor ar rives. " . At St Patrick's church Father Lawless also announced that the bishop had ap pointed liev Joseph Gleason of Thorn p sonville to the place made vacant by the death of Father Duggan. Father Glea son has been ordained about nineteen years, and like the popular priest whom he succeeds, is known as a ripe - scholar and an indefatigable worker. He has la bored in Litchlield, Portland and Thorn p souville, where his efforts on behalf of the church were productive of splendid results. Father Gleason is expected here on Wednesday. Father Preston of Danielsonvilla will succeed Father Glea son at Thompsonville. PENNIES MAKE TROUBLE. Conductors on the Trolley Cars Have More Than They Want. The conductors on the trolley cars are making a big howl on account of the conduct of the company in refusing to accept pennies when the men are making their returns. A large u umber of peo ple pay their fares with pennies and curiously. enough no matter what the denomination of the bill offered by pas sengers they stubbornly refuse.to.be paid in small change. All this is a source of much annoyance, to the conductors. Sometimes a" man starts out in the morn ing and before night he collects the full of his pockets of pennies. If the men had enough money of their own to turn in why it would be all right, for the pennies aye sure money any time aud the storekeepers are glad to get them. But this is riot the case aud in order to square their accounts at a given time the men are often put to serious inconvenience. AMUSEMENTS, Baby Mine." Thomas Q. Seabrooke will appear at the. opera house this evening in a charm ing comedy, "Baby Mine." Mr Sea brooke has won fame as a comic opera singer and is bound to achieve equal eminence in the kinder role of comedian. He is supported by a good company. "The Cotton King." Probably the greatest melodramatic success of several years in this country, "The Cotton King," Sutton Vane's in tensely. interesting play produced in such superb fashion by Manager William A. Brady, comes to the Jacques opera house on Tuesday evening, and undoubtedly will be received with the greatest possi ble public favor here, as it has elsewhere. No melodrama has ever made such a suc cess in Boston, New York and Chicago as "The Cotton King." Night after night for weeks crowds were turned away in each city. Si Mass Said at the Jail. Mass was said at Hartford jail at 7 :45 o'clock yesterday morning by the Kev J. A. Mulcahy, pastor of St Patrick's church. About 300 of the prisoners at tended. Mass will be said there every other Sunday hereafter at the same hour. Yesterday was the first time that Roman Catholic services have been held in the jail. - The services will be con ducted, "by the priests of St Patrick's church. BROOKLYN BRIEFS. Mr and Mrs Houghton Knapp of Torrington are visiting Mr and Mrs T. Sullivan, 57 South Leonard street. Sarah Jane, tho sixteen-months-old daughter of Mr and Mrs John llolian, CG North Leonard street, died last night of diphtheria. The funeral took place at 10 o'clock this morning. South Brooklyn is pestered with an army of tramps "who scour the town through tho daytime and return there at night with whatever they can collect. Since the shanty on the side of the New England road was closed to this class of people they have experienced consider able diillculty in securing shelter and it is a mystery to the neighbors and to every one else how they manage to live. They are able to find plenty to eat, but the whole trouble is experienced in getting a place to do their cooking and to avoid the inclemeney of the weather. The crowd do not give the people much concern and many think that it would be a great act of charity if some one would build them a place to sleep and then they could support themselves dur ing the winter by offerings of victuals which would otherwise go into the swill barrel. SHERIDAN COUNCIL. Officers .Elected and Preliminary Arrange ments Made for tho Annual Call. Sheridan Council, K. of C, elected tha following ofllcers yesterday: Grand knight, J. II. Wigmore; deputy grand knight. J. W. McDonald; liuancial sec retary, Jnmes A. Hyiies; recording sec retary, W. II. Hayes; treasurer, B. F. Keid; chancellor, James E. Smith; lec turer, Lucien YVollT; advocate, James II. Freney; chaplain, the Kev Hugh Treanor; physician, B. A.OTIara, M. D. ; trustees, .J. 11. Moran, Thomas Behan, L. Lavigne, Thomas O'Donuell aud J. D. Bolan. This is the tenth consecutive term for Mr4Hynes as secretary. The meeting" was one of the largest and most enthusiastic in the history of the organization and all fclt confident that the annual ball would be a pronounced success. The committee is composed of the following: James Wigmore, J. H. Moran, j. A. Hynes, J. 1I. Freney, J. C. Tiernau, J. W. McDonaid, J. D. Bo lan, J. E. Smith, L. Lavigne, B. F. Keid. The ball will be given in Febru ary and the music will be furnished hy either the Severcn's orchestra of Hart ford or the Sixty Ninth regiment baud of New York. The same committee will arrange for a series of social entertain ments to be given duriug the winter in connection with Barcelona council. ELKS' MEMORIAL DAY. Impressive Exercises Held in .tha Lodge Hall Yesterday. Elks' hall was crowded with members of the order and their friends yesterday afternoon, the occasion being the annual memorial service for deceased members of the lodge. The hall was handsomely decorated with potted plants, smilax and roses. Near the Ftuge were two seats, on which rested tablets of immortelles with the names of each of the lodge's dead n e.iibers James J. Madden, who died January 0, 1804. and Thomas Hur ley, who died June 10, 1895. The whole was artistically set in a border of smilax. The exercises "opened at 2.50 o'clock and were very impressive. The programme as announced in these columns Saturday was carried out in a most satisfactory manner. The singing was of a high or dr, and F. L. Donahue's rendition of Bryant's "Thanatopsis" was with touch ing eftect and good elocution. Exalted Killer John E. Dever presided and Sec tary Joseph A. Culien delivered the culogj. lie spoke feelingl of their dead companions and counseled those who are still iu the llesh to be mindful of the fact that some day they, too, would be called upon to tread death's valley, aud exhorted all to so shape their lives that, in the end they might merit the reward of a home with the membars of the herd who have alread been called to tha realms of biiss. In closing Mr Cu "Jen said : " . "On two occasions an attempt was made to organize an Elk lodge in Waterbury. The first attempt wiis a failure, owing chiefly to lack of perseverance. The sec ond was a success and a lodge of the B. & P. O. E. was instituted in Waterbury on June 1, 1S93. To Brother Henry Doerr, the present esquire of this ledge, is due the credit of the lodge's institu tion. Then a member of Meriden lodge, 35, ha worked indefatigably to secure a charter list in Waterbury and the cere monies incident to the birth of the baby lodge were xiarticipatcd in by the flower of the strong lodges of Hart ford and Meriden. Since' then Broth er Doerr has been one of Wa terbury lodge's most earnest workers, always ready to perform any duty re quired of him and with hand ever ex tended when financial assistance was asked for any lodge purpose. Our lodge has thus far been guided by three ex alted rulers. The first was Brother M. J. Collo'ty, the second Brother W . D. Kichardson, the third our present chief officer, Brother John E. Dever. Brothers Colloty and Kichardson are now mem bers of the grand lodge. It is safe to say that never did an Elk lodge possess three more earnest and devoted Elks than these three. Our lodge now num bers sixty-five members in good stand ing, some of them residents of far away cities. The lodge's prospects for increased membership during the coining season are unusually bright. "In closing permit me to say that the deaths of our brothers' teach us the great lesson of life. We till the places they and others filled before us and that oth ers will fill when we are gone. Let us, the living, speak to the spirits of the dead, promising -to obej the tenets of our noble order, knowing that some day we will meet them with hailing sisrn and grip of love eternal. 'And now, my brothers, as we stand on the threshold of a new year,' with new duties commanding us and new responsibilities awaiting us, let us resolve auew to exemplify in our lives the great principle on which our order is founded, 'To do unto others as we would they should do unto us.' " NOTICE. James M. Lynch will wait upon Dem ockat suDscribers who are in arrears and we trust and expect that subscribers will make his duties liarht. Martin Scully, who has attended to the collec tions lor several 3rears, owing to his re- portorial duties Is unable to attend to the collections Wants, For Sale, To Rent. "POUND Asum of money. - Owner may ob tain same at 262 Baldwin street. TTfT ANTED Two re ratable men boarders v Arrly at 4 Sarsfleid striet. 17 OR SALE. Purebred Indian came Plr F mouth ltock and dark Brahma cockerels, CS Mario street. - - LOST: On Thanksgiving mornieff. a sum of money, on Hickory or Baldwin streets. Reward for its return to this office. TpuriXISHED Room for rent. Enquire of Mrs Joyce. 131 Bcovill street. WANTED A general all around man in furniture and stove store. Exchange Furniture btoro. 25-27 Abott avenue. TO RENT Tenement of five rooms, mod em improvements. Inquiro C'J2 East Main street. A Foreign doctor, citizen of the United Btates. middle-aged, without children, has decided to marry a widowed American lady, if she is in good condition. Write and send her photograph at li. G.. 1. O. Box CIS. Waterbury. Conn. , WANTED. One thousand loads of ashes dumped on my lot. No 83 hSouth Leon ard street. John Brady. FOR RENT. Floor over Manufacturers' Bank, Suitable for millinery rooms, dentist or doctor's olftte. Inquire Jones. Mor gan & Co. rpO RENT Couplo of furnished rooms, all modern improvements, centrally lo cated. Address C. F. II- this omeo, A RESPECTABLE roung man would like board and room. Address A. B. Care Demockat ofliee. TPURNISHED ROOMS to rent Accommoda tions for transients, at No 31 Jefferson street. Mrs Flace. proprietor. WANTED To buy, Bell or exchange second hand Fnrniture or stoves. Sole Agejjts fob tub STAMFORD RANGES AND PARLOR "STOVES. Exchange. Furniture Co, 25 and 27 Abbott Avenue. 2? Near OrcuA House. District of waterbury. ss. Frobate Court Deo 2. 1805. Estate of John II. Dur'fran. late of W ater bury in said district, deceased. 1 he court of probate tor the uisti let or v a- terbury hath limited nd allowed six months from the date hereof, for the creditors of said estate to exhibit their claims for settlement, 'lhoso who neglect to present their accounts. properly attested, within said time, will be debarred a recovery. All persons indebted to said estate aro requested to make imme diate payment to V, o . ciucum, Aumiiumraiur. with will annexed. Our three great leaders are attracting many new customers to our store. Our Men's $10 blue and black Beaver and Kersey over coats is as good as any 15 overcoat in the city.. It is a very good w eight, cut good length, first class linings and warranted fast colors. We know that our 12 over coat is the best coat in the city for the money and as good as some houses ask 18 or 20 for , Customers look the city over and buy our Overcoat. Clay Worsted Suits $io. We don't want to say we sell all the 10 clay worsted suits that are sold in the city, but we know from the number we sell, that we have a good one. It is heavy weight, good serge linings, cut to fit any man and guaranteed all oor and fast colors. Remember our Sale on Boys; Overcoats, Reefers and Ul sters. m n n a . &. IlMlffi ' I 'GO A iiJJ iid , O On Bros. Hew Shopping Mart, 142-144-146-148 S. MAIN ST., (Opp. Scovlll St..) U7 BANK STREET, (Opp. Waterbury National Bank.) We offer for Monday Tuesday and Wednes day, Specials inGloaks and Shoes. Ladies cheviot cloth reefers, all wool, melon'sleeves, good value at 4 50, " special 2 19 Ladies boucle jackets, mandolin sleeves, ripple back, half silk lined, 7 50 jacket 4 39 Ladies fine boucle jackets, rawest ripple back, very full melon sleeves, was 9 00, those days 6 93 Ladies very choioe all wool English Jersey cloth reefers, satin cord seams, a bargain at 9 50, special 7 50 Ladies very choice crepon cloth ree fers, newest box front, storm collar, cheap i.t 10 50, those days 8 GS Ladies fine boncle all silk lined, sold everywhere for 12 50, these days 9 50 Ladie finish boncle jackets, box front, storm collar, newest back and sleeves, rhadame silk lined through out, cheap at 1G 59, special 11 50 Special drives in fine imported novel ty jackets, was 22 00 to 35 09, now x . 12 50 to 17 50 Ladies' Capes. Ladies fine beaver double capes, satin trimmed, were 3 50, those days 1 93 Ladies fine beaver double C3pes, braid (rimmed, worth 5 50, special 3 50 Ladies fine boucle capes, thibet fur trimmed, were 7 50, choico 5 50 Ladies very choice braver double capes, 130 sweep, worth 10 00, now 7 10 Ladies rhadame silk lined Jersey cloth cap6s, cheap at 14 00, spe cial 10 00 Ladies choicest boucle double capes, silk lined and richly trimmed with thibet fur, a bargain at 15 00, those days 10 50 Ladies fine French coney fur capes, 30 inches long, 100 sweep, sale price 4 25 Ladies fine Russian fox fur capes, cheap at 12 50, those day 7 50 Ladies rich astrakhan full skin capes, cheap at 15 00, those days 9 98 Ladies fine fur seal capes, were 17 50, sale price 12 50 Ladies finest Persian astrakhan capes, 30 inches long, 120 sweep, sale price 1550 Ladie3 very fine electrio seal capes, Siberian sable collar and edging, were 29 50, sale price 22 50 Ladies electrio seal capes, Siberian sable collar and edging, 30 inches long, 144 sweep, were 39 CO, sale price 27 50 Ladies choicest Siberian sable capes, worth 75 GO, sale price 48 00 Wrappers and Teagowns. Ladies lined waist calico wrappers, best prints cheap at 75o, sale price 49c Ladies choice indigo blue wrappers, worth 9Ss, sale price 69o Laeies rich double face flannelette tea gowns, braid trimmed, were 1 00, sale prico 79a Ladies' choice flannellette teagowns, was 1 39, sale price 98o Ladies' cashmerelte flannel back tea. gowns, were 1 75, sale price 1 25 Ladies' line cashmerette and bengaline flannel back teagowns, ribbon trimmed, sailor collar, worth 2 25, sale price 1 50 Ladies' fine cashmere teagowns, would be cheap at 2 50, sale price 2 25 All wool ladies' cloth .teagowns, braid trimmed, worth 4 50, sale price 3 25 Boots and Shoes. Fidelity shoe company's stock of fine custom made boots and shoes at 35 per cent less than wholesale prices. SEE NORTH WINDOW. Rubbers. Special drives in rubber boots, arc tics and overshoes. 25 cases -finest quality ladies rub bers ana arcticp, wortcuuc, siz9S"2J and 3 for - 2:o Conlon Bros, New Shopping Mart. 142-141-116-148 South Main Stkeet, (Opp. Scovill St.) . Rear Entrance, 147 Bank St, Opposite Waterbury National Bank. Best "Gilt Edge Grearnery Butter, 23c pound, 41-2 lbs for $1.00. Boston Butter House, 147 South Main Street I Boston Dentist. DENTISTRY in all its Branches, ' at 'moderate prices. 141 Bank St. Office hours,, from 8 a. m. to 9 p. m. . Sundays, fiom 8 a, m. to 4 p. m. DrWalters, Dr E. R. Patzold, Surgeon Dervtist Fine gold and silver fillings a specialty. Also fine gold and eSTM?K nnrcplmn crnvrn an A " 1 ' ' AFTER bridge work. Satisfaction guananteed or money refunded, very moderate prices. Consultatton in English and German. Open Evenings. WHITE BUILDING,-OPP P. O. 90 Bank Street, Waterbury, Conn. Best Set of Teeth, $8.00. Fine gold fillings, , $1 and up Tef th filled with silver . SOc and 75c Teeth cleaned 75c Teeth extracted. 23c Gas or air administered 25c We never wedge the teeth before filling. Teeth extracted without pain, by the use of gas, or Ryder's Vitalized Air. Crown and BridgaWork a Specialty ; RYDER'S DENTAIi PARLORS. .it DPw F. Li. RYDER. f: ' Ore ATiss Fiiznatnck a millinerv store. The only dentist by the name of RYDER in' the city. TABLES Have lorg , been a specialty with ns, and we have SOLD mora Extension Tables during tha last season than ever before givins our cus tomers a good article FOR A smalUr amount than they could And else where. That is the SONG they ein. J.M. Burrall&Co, "The Old Reliable." 60 Bank St. UNDEETAKING In All Its Be inches. Telephone to D. M. Stewakt, 101 Franklin Street. Messenger Boy for C. E. Sethour. IS Maple Street. The Greatest Bargain - Sale That has ever occurred in the Clothing Line, will last for one week only at 116-118 East Main St Don t miss this great oppor tunity to get your Clothing for almost half price. HOUSE St Eatricli's Block. The following prices are strictly for one week only : . Men's all wool Overcoats at 3.98, regular 7 goods. Men's fine dress Beaver Overcoats at 7.95, worth 14. Men's fine Kersev Overcoats, the best 1S Overcoat on the market, we will sell this wTeek for 9.98. . Very good . Boys' Suits- for i.59. You cannot buy the same suit at a regular price for less than 3.00. Boys f (pape Overcoats , orie lot at ?lt55, worth 2,50. ; One ; lot at 1.95, " worth 3.50. f : c Onb- Jot at 2.25, worth 4. : the' prices are cut nearly in half .on our entire stock, but for one week only. We are unable to mention all j the bargains we have. Come and judge for yourself. Respectfully, Boston Clothing House : 116-118 E. Main St. Opposite the Church, Waterbury, Conn. Boston CiOMM v WW, Looks Sheepish, Does the housewife who pays attention to all the talk our com petitors are using when she finds that her. wide awake neighbor Came Saw-r-ani was Conquered by the truth. Note Our Prices tn all appetizing matters. 1 Fresh Pork, Pork Sausage, Sugar cured hams, Sugar Cured Shoulders Rump Pieces, Shoulder Roasts, Pork Shoulders, Shoulder Steak, Cc per lb 8c per lb 30c per lb 8c per lb G-Sc per lb Sc per lb Sc per lb 5 cents per lb 12-llc per lb Sirloin Steak, Boiling pieces, 4-6c per lb 10 lb tubs pure leaf lard, 75c a tub Choice Creamery Butter,, 1 lb prints, 27c Everything else in proportion. Your goods Delivered Free for the asking. A, W.Castle, Prop. Corner So Main and Union streets. 7 29 Telephone. Why is the Trade of the Water bury Grocery Co Constantly ? Growing? The reason why is this. We give the peo ple their money's w'Tth. 5 pounds Milk Crackers, 25c 5 pounds Oyster Crackers. 25c 5 pounds Hice. 25c 10 pounds Rolled Oats. 25e String Beans, per can. ioc Peas, per can. ioc Tomatoes, per can, 10a C-Tn.per can. 107 Just a word about TEA We do not try to see how cheap we can sell Tea. but try to give the best l ea in Water bury for the rnor ey. 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