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THE SUNDAY HERALD. I VOL. 2. No. 5 ’; VVATERBURY, CONN., SUNDAY, MARCH 17, 1 8 8 9 . PRICE F IV ^ CENTS. ST. PATRICK’S DAY! HOW IT IS TO BE CELEBRATED IN THIS city, Ka-Pre«Wrfit < It-vrland Ad*Ire*.»irb th e Sttnh o f Old lr#-l*nul-Tli** H U lo ry «»f 4 lrfrMnls«‘d In Witler-h n ry Tin* lU-ul KlrtliUajr. T h e f.rfi Ur tioo in ould I rclubd, they C Ht. on •c cnniji o f M Pm n c k 'i b l r lh d iy . ^ou^f fo u p ia for ihfc • ieMti. for wiDie moniU die. And who %vould*l M*e rif l it,«a rc. ibey’d b lackru hip eve At lUKt tHrth the f*rtion« w> iKwitive prew, iUcb fc**!* a birthday. **o Tat ihfii had two, TU. Ta iuer Mulraby. w:io ^howe(l t!(fni ihcir e>ins h*ul no one could have two birthdays except tw :ua hay» hr ' Iloyf d o n 't \>t ti"htm^'for i i^ h t and for i.ine, I>or.'i tie a:H«v»‘!lv»*Ui.r. Mit f»ora< limescoablne- < >mbnie lipht w itb uiii«. s^'veMecn i»> the mark. > t ihm be the Mrlhday 'AincTi/' ftaid the * > r k . <tld Irish fk/ttff. T l>cr£. Hugh L. Larkin, president of Ihe Ansonia divition, whs the organizer an j the society opened its books on Octobcr 9. 1674.” - Micbacl RoMy, who is now dead, was elected prcbident; John C. Keenan.wlio is also dead, was appointed treasurer; of the Socoud District; John Byrues, the \T T \ PATTU 'I T V n . W F V T coalman; John J . Douegan aud Hugh -IAjU A L U U A l l A U H U^> 1 Larkin also deserve honottible mention. As Saint Patrick’s Day follows Sunday thisyfar the celebrations of that great event will be postpored until Monday. On that evening the ti>o divisions THE DESPERATE JEALOUSY OF COWELL' SWEENEY AND O'NEILL. James M.iher, recording secretary; of Xangatuck will be the gaesU of the Maurice Condon, financial secretary. and James Comfort, vice-president. James Malier was elected president at the death of Mr. Riley; he also filled the office of financial secretary. ^ n . \ . y / I " ’AS TiiF.nE o r r r a Saint Pat-rick’s day that it did notrain? When the wind blows and the l)i£ drops ►patter, Fiarting to life tlie shanirork in the old fio<l, love of country, tin* spirit of free<kim and <)evotion to that vrnfrahle religion into which tlicy w«TT liaptizrd, Lrrnk out with special f« rro r »ni<ing tiip sons of Erin scattered ••ill «ivor thr wide world. I'h r IIkkai.i) rocognizos the honesty, the warni-hc.artrdrif.cs, tlif industi? and IIk- k)-«'iin<'ss of the Irish clement of our |Mi|KiulHtion !i!id cxtrnds them the !i.s-suran<- rs of its csti'cm and sympathy. ST PATRICK S DAY IN THE CHURCHES A i» l'•<T \t« r in Urnoklyirn < i»lhiillc riH<‘r «if \\ or*Hlti|>. To-4Uy tx iiig th« fc st of St. Patrick tlinv will Im* spi-cial sorvice in Saint l-alrirk i'hm. li in honor of tl.e Saint to The Sccoiid division was formed ou whom thr oliur.h is d.dicated. High April 18, 1884, with thirteen men aus-ina. s» will Im- cl.-hratod at 10:30 a. ni. weriug to the sound of President D. J. l.y Fatli. r I»upf:in a-sisted liy Rev. J. Capi-y’s rhvi-1. Its oflicers then were H. < >'l>«nucll of the Immaculate Con- W. J . IJergin, Vice-President; J . J. «vpti«n <-linrcli and Father Kaliier Maddi'n, Recording Secretary; J . H. M<-<iil'ny ofThomaslon, w ho will prrjich j Kied, Fiunncial Socri'tary; John Byrne, an appniprialr sermon. 'J'he special Treasurer, Hibernians of Waterbary. They will iBitre Kiiugatuck 7:45 b j special train that sveuing and will be met by tlieir Waterbary broth rs, who will escort them in m'archiug ord;r, h'.adeJ by a drum corjjs, to St. Putrick hall, where the festivities will be Leld. GROVER'S MELLIFLUOUS ACCENTS Tho M a s te r o f l'r»-e T ra d e and Kloncutcd l*latita(l<‘8 91ake» a Xf-W YonK, March IC,—Ex-Presidcnt Cleveland made his tii-st public appearance as a private citizen in New York, and his maiden spe>;ch since his dethronement at the ISOlh anniversary The Ohject o f T h v i r Afl'«ctlon Liea Cold in D e a th , th e Vic tim o f Too Mu rh Wooliis:. — T he Injtide lliHtory o f lVuterbury*f( J u d g e s h ip . HE F i c u T over who should be judfco of the new criminal court efWa-terbury has resulted in the final knock-out of the court itself and of all liands concerned. The bills conferring criminal jurisdiction on the district court of Water-bury, and other towns, went doming through the legislature. Harmony and p.:ace prevailed all around. Everything was cut and dried beforehand. The Republicans wanted to increase the num-liymn* <-hos<‘n for the ciccasion by organist Miss Carey ure : T.«ll.irhs Proin Mnr\rt»- 19!h nm»t* I'rom Mor.urti* 12th Lu llachfi A«per« Kv O vna A '»'•!# A::«a^ 1^1 La Hat'hs I.ambiilotr I icm Moiutrtp K th ma^R From Mo/ariP I2th ma^!l; Tlir hymns for Grand V» jjhts in ttie rvt-ning at 7 ;3i'> o-clock a re ; n om in r » tiiOM l4U-<l,'t.- ...I’”’** \ . M i l i i i i d i j t a u - V c r l n r r T « i l ..i . Intlie oth<T churclies tlie liymn "Hail <;iori»ui‘ St Patrick" will Ih> sung dur-inf and after the morning anil afternoon »<orTic>rs. ___ OL’RVHRW hURTED BROTHERS T h e M r a T h u t l a k . - « i i ln te r« - i . t In t l i e I*ortiino«. «*f H r l n . The first society of Irislmien formed ■n Watcrbnry wan a leinpi'rance organi-rjition called the ‘ IWnevolent Order of IHshniea. ' A bra»» l«nd was attaclietl to ihia «H iety and went under the name I exhausted fund., of the Land of tlie "Hibernian Hand.” It* existence »«» brief, owing to the daily increasing rvpcnse il was incurring by the band. lu ‘August 1886, a third division w.is org.-»niz> d, the charter members not ex-ceeding twenty. The officers who were then eleetixl still hold the same runk. They are Mortimer Doran, President; John Thomjison, Vice-Presi ient; Edward Rock, Ri'cordini? Secretary; Edward Maloney, Financial Secretary. The Fourth divisiou is not yet a year old, I nt a few months ago, it left its cradle and is now in long clothes. Thirty men were initiated a.s charter memlwr.s. Its officers are John Moran. President; Wil iam Ennis, Vice-Presidfut; Jami's Lyons, Recording Secretary; John Clarkson, Treasurer; William Nolan, Financi.ll Sccretaiy. These men have raised themst'lves in t h o estimation of their friends .and BiK'iefy brothers by t l eir patriotism and love of Ireland. Though a great many of them have never seen Ireland, thrir love for that county can be judgtnl by the manly spirit in which they <x'ntri-aj") el'n?L‘!co^s'\“ ^^^ l l f a p p S ^“Perior court judges by two .ind to lie in e.\cellent health and spirits, they wanted to establish new criminal and received an ovation which could | courts, one in Fairfield and another in not Ijave been excelled in warmth and | London, similar to tli.it proposed for Watcrbury. They found they could not put through tliese measures without Democratic votes. Hence the :iddition.iI bill conferring a new court on Water-bury, by which the support of Mr.O’Neill w.x« obtiiined. Mr. O’Neill was to be judge of the new court .it 83,000 a year, L. F. Burpee was to l)e prosecutor at ? 2,000, and young Kellogg was to take Mr. Burpee’s place as prosecutingofficer in the police court at $1,500 a year with perquisites. Judge C«>well was supposeii to be quietly and contentedly shelved .os deputy justice of the police court with #5 a day for actual service. Neither was any account taken of the Sweeney forces from Naugatuck. Ttffed.-iy after the pass.ige of the bill Jjddgn Cowell loomed up, insisting th.it civil ser^•ice ought to prevail and ifaay-one had the new place, especially with the Republic.ans in poAver, that he should be promoted. Every one of Judge Cowell’s friends in New Haven county Iras seen and buttonholed, and each in turn, of course, promise<l that promotion waf to l>e the order of the day. Just at this time young Sweeney m.'ule his existence known. First, It is said, he tackled Judge Cowell and threatened to lie a rival candidate unless the judge would promise him the place of proso- CTiting attorney in case he succeeded. I he was assured of such a place, Sweeney ngree<l, it is said, to turn in and help Cowell down O’Neill. Judge Cowell waved the young man oflf. I t is said he had promised the cot-sociability. In a dress suit with a trio of mother of pearl buttons in his Expensive shirt front and devoid of watch guard or other piece of jewelry, the expresident entered the dining hall on the arm of President Joseph J . O’Donohue, the president of tlie society, and took a .seat on the right *>f the presiding ofllcer. Mayor Grant occupied the seat on the left of the chairman. A life sized oil painting of St. Patrick in flowing robes banked on cither side by the American and Irish flag overtopped the chairmans scat. The famous dining room _ was superbly decorated with international colors and emblems indicative of the down trodden land. Covers were laid for 300 guests, each one of whom upon taking his .soatw:is presented with 'plac^ t o T ^ gold embroidered giecn silk shamrock Mr. Pierce, the recent importa- ' button. ! tion from Danbury. As soon as it was nnder.stood that a real contest for the judjreship was wuging between the Repubiic.an Cowell and th> •vc-mocr.atic O’Neill the old Re- Slates” and his reply follows; “ The words to which I respond give rise to such various and impressive r< - flections that I liud it dilricnlt to termine the line of thought which should he followed. What is lialurallv and obviously suggested by the senti-meiit projKist'd is a country m:;iTellons lu its growth inid develo]>ment, gi-eat in its i>ow’( r anil wealth and free in the character of its institutious and in the spirit of its people. “There is also sjiggested a brond and hospitable country which ojKms the gates to the people of all nations w :o are willing to assume the duties of American citizensiiip in exchange for a publican war hors-s of Waterbury wheeled into line and made straieht for the scene of b.ittle. Ex-Senator Turner and ex-Comptroiler L. 1. Munson appeared in the corridors nf the capitol to prevent any concessions to Irishmen .and Democrats and the cry went resounding through the legislative halls, “Anvthing to beat O’Neill.” Just at this time, however, another element appeared in the problem. Judge Cowell’s record on the temperance <lucfition was discussed. I t was said that the ontsix^keu jndge had criticised rather too freely somo of the decisions cratic lawyers of the local bar a'so sent in a communication questioning Sweeney’s legal ability for 80 resixjnsible a post. Now, glad as tlie Republican leaders at Hartford would have been to have dropped the whole thing, they could not do so without ruining their schemes for the other new judgeships. If Governor Bulkeley vetoed the Waterbury measure, he would have to veto the others. Meanwhile O’Neill was growing ilanger-ously stronger tvery day. The rival riiilroads were seeking his aid. The butchers, tho farmers, the grangere, all wanted to combine with him. Stiil, it would be a risky thing for a Ropublican majority to create a Democratic judgeship. I t wa.s a pretty mess. Then Governor Bulkeley showed the master’s hand. He told the IVpublican friends of Mr. O’Neill he would veto the whole b itch of bills rather than have a Democrat appointifd. They could do nothing. He showed the Democrats that if they did not want to throw patroniige into the way of their Waterbury Republican rivals’thev would have to withdraw the measure. 'T h a t closed their lips. Mr. Graves, of Litchfield, undertook to so amend it as to neutralize its etfect. I t wa.s a brilliant stroke ou the governor’s part. He avoided the resi>ousibility of vetoing the REBEL BOYS IX BLUE. DISGRACEFUL AND FATAL IN FORT NIAGARA. AFFRAY T h re e Si>ldierH Kscape to C a n ad a an d th « Kii)t F u l Iuw i i ,~ T h re e .Men IVonnded an d One Will Die.-—CaaM!< o f th e M u t i i i y S e t F o r t h . bills, which are supported by sncU leaders as Sam Fesst'uden, the Hon. Lynde Harrison, Chairman of the Uousu Glover and Senator John M. Hall ou the Republican side, and Messrs. Graves ana O’Neill of the Democrats. The only opposition is thut of Hickok, of Litcli-tield, who marshalls the figures of the clerks of the different county coirts. and proves clearly that there will be nothing for the new judges to do but draw their salaries. For no thinking man in the State of Connecticut sees any necfssity for any of these new courts except as a reward for party services. A NOTABLE WRESTLING MATCH. BcTF.4r.o, N. Y., March 16—News reaches here that there h.'is been a general row amonng the Uniteil States troops at Fort Niagara. The men say they were treated worse than dogs, that their complaints were answered with contempt, and as a result numerous desertions occurred. Seven of the soldiers made a break for Canada Thursday and got there. The discovery caused a great row. The sergeant and other subordinate officers were censured and recriminations followed until the fort was in open mutiny. B.ayonets, sticks aud axes were freely used and during the melee three of the rioters were stabbed with bayonets, othi-r One of them will die. The gates of the Hhan> in tho blessings which Govl has in , _ — 7 . — ----------- store for the American people. Nor can I thi^ County Coramiswoners, and that it bt'sflid that in national selfishnets ho had di^harged while on the bench and s-irdid comjilacency, our country is blind to the welfare of others. Where- < ver there exists a struggle for freer gov-ernment and for man’s enfranchisemen-there will be fimnd the aid and i>ympa-thy of the peo|)le of the Unittnl States. of the jiolice court saloon keepers whom Charles A. Co'ley and others thought cleai-ly guilty. The County Commis-sipners were marshalled to neutralize the influence of Messrs Tnmer, Munson and others, and they threw their whole ‘“ In this we but follow the promptiugs ^ « g h t again.st Cowell’s candidacv. In which our free ('.ouKtitution inspires and 1 wera encouraged by Mr. acknowledge the contribution we have j O’NeiH’s Republican friends who received from the sturdy men of other : thought it easier to down Sweeney than lands to our jxipulatiou and to every el-1 Cowell as agai>.st O’Neill, ement of our greatness. In this reaoion ; Thus at the Repuldican caucus of your ancient vnd honorable society Sweeney got ten votes to three for reininding us of such contributions, and Cowell and four blanks, where the value of American citizenship The fight was now confined to O’Neill, is freely acknowledged, it is in every way I the Democrat, and Sweeney, the Refitting and projicr tnat wo should men- j publican. Both were Irishmen, and tion with love anJ with lo \a l ty ‘the i both were Roman Catholics. Of course. mud tln> disunity among Hieniljers who were not « illmg to pay this expense. ••Finally," «o use the words of an old » n j rr*|HH-ted Hilirmian, •‘we could not pet the hand to play a tune for us excejtt we '*• <‘*’d w hen we br»'ke up we found the band alone tost us fS.OOO dur-iag • few years." A long time tlien elapsed befi-re any step* were taken to revive the smould- «rinf; riubers of love for the old country Which \ r t lingered in the breast of some. At la.«t fourteen of the old members held a meetinir in the old school house,w,iere 8 :. Patrick's iiall now is. on October 2, I»74. to discuss tlie revival of HibemiaiiT tsm. Tlie following week anotlicr meet-iag was held in Ijimpson haII--now oalied ForesterF' hail—over the post ofBoe. To quote the same gentleman: ••Instead of fourteen, there were fifty pre««n—mort of tbem liquor dealers— aad t .«ir followera. It was our inten-taoa to keep tiieni out of the order if we «o«M. bat it leaked ont somehow and t f a y w e n all •nrolled aa cbartfer mei^* Cniteil States.’ ' I so fur as the abilities of the tw» were “ I huve referred to the obvious signifi-1 ooncenied, everylxHly conceded that cance of these words as they nre related , O’Neill was the l>etter man. But to a great, pr.ospcrous and free nation. ] Sweensy’s friends insisted, and it was a But other nations too are great; they are ; strong argument, that the Bepnblicnns pro.si>erouB and rich, and in a meusure ! were resorting to all sorts of devices to they are free. ‘State’of m»y mean any o r - ; get the Irish vote, that was all the n.se ganizpd government—tyrannical, mon- I they had for the Irish. This stirred up archial, free. I t is therefore most import- ^ several leading Republicans. Mr. Car-nnt tliat we do not miss Ihe reflfct on the | rington. of Nangatuck. a member of the ‘United States’ alone stand for the one | G;‘neral Assemblv nnd a strong friend Lrjg ae treasury whenever it is reijuireil. aivernment always free and founded u p - ! of Mr. Swepney did some very yigorons ou Imman rights aud e<piality lefore the I work for the youug man. law. Thus is represented the unity of | The jiarty lines were drawn rigidly, our states. i and many 'Repablicans that had e'n- “Here. regardless of place of birth or ! dors“d Mr. O’Neill’s candidacy were former allegiance.we meet as American ; forceil to sign a statement to the effect citizens, proud of our country, devoteil i that they did not know when they signeil to her interests and prosperity and ■ the first endorsement, that Mr. Sweeney wishing with enthusiasm for tliose less -was to be a candidate and that they favored the happiness, the freedom, the - — Irish organizations. “We slionld not be content with The k>cture given lately in the Parnell veneration for tliose who matle us a . 0,™ , . . . , “S s s rs :^ 's io " .'i,a "S their work, and bytbeiruntiring energy I blofid and wve their lives for iu per-the subscription was swelled into hnn- »V'e, too, owe a duty to tlie , , f J u /-vii 1 -i. 1 Lnited St;Ue8. W»* can at least teach dreds of dolLirs. Other warm-hearted f^t^rnity and toleration, the sure Irishmen worthy of notice are County foundations of our unity .and of onr Delegate W C Keenan called amongtt country’s life. I f those lessons are j ecutor, against the protest 0/ the entire l,i« friends “ Level beadLl R illv ” Doc firmly established in the hearU of o n r , Allertou family. The general was pe-his fn.nds Level-headed Billy, Doc-^ shall to the extent culiarlv pUced in view of his son’s am-to r J . F. HtiTea, wboae favonte recita-; tiikt we did in thin consummaticn p er-: hitious. tion, the “ Erin Flag,” would makeauv f^rm the duty required of us in our day | Things wer** growing warm. Enemies triot. ' i : of Sweney. b If a lecture or other entertainment is given in aid of Ireland, they are always t':ie first who assemble with their hundreds of friends. By their effjrtB and hard work hundreds of Irishmen, who otherwi.se would remain cold au<l indifferent, are collected info the ranks aud file of “ recommended Sweeney to be honest and comretent” Dan Webafer, who expected to bo clerk of the new canrt, w»s betwei*n t. o fires telling Sweeney he wished him D e lm e r s a n d Roas to W re s tle a t th e Wate rb u ry R in k W 'ednesday. A wrestling match between Andrew Delmers, of Paris, and Duncan C. Ross, of Cleveland, will take place at the Waterbury rink Wednesday evening for $250 a side, the best three falls ont of flvc, for the chamiiionsbip of the world. William Harding, of the Police Gazette, will act as referee. R obs weighs 230 and Delmers weighs 223. Tom Hardy, the r of the rink bnildiug, introduces Tmers. AN ENGLISH VIEW OF BASE BALL. T he “ lloyit” a r e H av in g a Good T im e bn th e P eo p le T h in k I t s a “ R o t te n ” Game. [COrVKIaUTEE CiBLE TO THE H*RALB,| L o n p o s , JIarch 16.—Tho American ball placers aie havinj; a good time about London, all being entertained in royal style by their many friends, new and old. T. P. O’Conner’s SUir in referring to the American game says: There is something very insular and very Ennlish in the way in which the game of base ball has been received here. Tho oLayers have beea treated well enough, and the press are content with damning the game with faint praise, but the public in general, most of whom have not seen it played, pronounce it a “ rotten game,” and only glorified “ rounders. ” Similarly chess is simply glorified draughts and billiard glorified, bagatelle. We desire to protest against such stupidity and bigotry.” T h e ChlraffOK W in a Game. Copyngbted Cable to the Hkralo. Losdos, March 16.—Tho base ball game played at Leyton to-day between the .\ll-.\mer:cas aud Chicogos was won by the latter by a score of 12 to 6. THE PRODIGAL'S RETURN. Uait Canaldy, th e LiielcleNM, Cornea Home in T r iam p h w ith hia Mother. Dan Cassidy, son of the saloon keeper, No. 179 Bank street returned homo last evening with his mother. He is the luckless youth who was sentenceil to SoO and costs for the al-legeil abuse of a horse in New Haven Weduesday. Mrs. Cassidy paid hisfiue yeaterday and brought him home in triumph. Cassidy gave the name of Daniel Tracey when nnder arrest. The severity of the sentence was in part caused by his steadfast refusal to inform the court who was his companion in the mischief. E n ie in e rr Cook Mot O n llty. Maucii Chunk, Pa., M".eh 16.—The jury in the case of Engineer Cook in tha Mud Run trial, aAer being ont all night, this morning returneil a verdict of not guilty, and the county to pay the cost. stac May P i tc h fo r Yale T hU Year. New Hayeji, March 16—The Tale nine is now practically chosen, but i« of course still open to change. The following men went to the training table yesterday: “Dalzell, pitcher; Poole, catcher; McBride, fint base; Calhoun, second base; Capt. Noyes, short stop or third _____ _ __________ bise; A. G. McClintock, right field; snccess, and" O’Neill that “ it would be a ! McClintock. right field; Cushing, Norman, McClintock, Travers, Day, filiame for Sweeney to cut him ont.” Ex-.Tudge Kellogg had reci'utly come out of the Probate court iu Naugatuck, of which Mr. Sweeney was judge, with an allowance of 86,000for his fee »s ex-irishman a patriot. ■ .w*.. — , or Sweeney, who has been prosecutiug . 0. i much, always heiids Uie contribnticn 1 "s "s®'''® that that no .partisan exigency i -11.1 • T-« • t r m.- shall excuse the e r^ tio n or keeping list with his name. Dennis H. Tierney,, ^,5^^ irritation and jealousy among Billv MoGratb, James Conghten, P. J . 1 people all charged with safety and the Kelly, Tom Kane, whose favorite snbject i development and the triumph of Ameri- , , . t T • 1. t.' X • ! can indastnes. Oar destiny u before IS always about early Irish history in j „an only be re a cb d by onion Waterbnty; Jamee J . Haddeo, president' and banaoay.” for years, averred that although there are over thirty saloona in Naugatuck, liquor dealers had turned ont and helped elect him jndge of probate. They chimed that he conld not be indnoed to bring more than two or three proasca-tionsm the last two or three years agaioit liquor dealers. The iMmo- McClung substitutes.” Many think that Stagg will pitch this year, but he has done no work, and is trying hard to get Dalzell into shape. B ish o p K e an e in Rome, Roue, March 16.—Bishop Keane, the appoint^ rector of the Roman Catholic University to be erected at Wa.shiogton, D. C. ML<s Caldwell, and her sLster and annt, were granted a sp.cial audience by the Pope today. The Pope blessed Miss C^dwell for endowing the University and invited the party to a priviita m m a t which his holiness promised to assist The paml brief approving the statutes of the University nas been issued. Bishop Keane will leave Borne Wednesday. fort were closed anil outsiders forbidden admission. The escaped soldiers, some of whom are sportingaroiiml St. Catharinesi, Ont., say they are not disloyal to their country, and lue preparing a lengthy document to General Meigs, inspector of the United States forts, regarding their grievances. THOMASTON DUDES IN POWER, They P r a r t l r a l ly 'C o n t ro l th e P e o p le ’* W a te r Supply fo r .Months to Com*. Though the inhabitants of Thomaston use the water from the reservoir it is at the pleasure of a certain club whether they shall continue to do so. The water works of Thomasfon are owned by a joint stock company,headed of course by a board of directors, whose duty it is to manage the affairs of the company for the benefit of the stockholders. At a recent meeting of the directors, a petition was presented from a local sporting club asking the use of the reservoir, f»r its special piscatorial purposes. After soue discussinn the reservoir was leased to tha club. % This step has cansej much dissni'^ic-tion amongst the less wealthy stock-kolilers and the people, as it burs them from any pleasure the pond may afford. This club—to use tiie words of llie Hkb- ALD informant—“is composed entirely of youii^ mei! who move >i) tl.o . circles ol society, and none but their •' friends can go near the pond, lu other towns, Waterbury for irstance, wlieu the fishing season comes around, every-bo< ly who likes civn fish iu the reservoir, if they get a peroiit, while here, even the stockholders can not make use of their own proi>erty, excejit they happen to be friends of some members of this club. Now, this club owns tho reservoir for a limited time; we are at its mercy for a water sujiply; it can shut it off or do as it pleases with our property.” Some of these stockholders ave oW citizeLs whi so memories date back to the earliest history of the town. Besides helping to build it up from its infancy, the reservoir is a part of their work. OUR PRETTY SCHOOL MARMS. They Lis ten to Cirave S a b je c ts a n d T h en T a lk o f D in n e r . Tire Naugatuck Valley as,«ociatioB of te.tchers held a meeting yesterday in the-rooms of tho High school. The programme was interesting and was successfully carried out to the mostminnte detail. Miss Fenn, of New Britain, gave an illustrated lecture on color and form, witli a variety of objects modeled iu clay by several pupils. “Arithmetic" was the subject chosen by Mr.Twitchell, of the Hartford Arsenal school. Mr. Beach, of Canton, spoke on the last half hour of school. The Waterbury teachers extended an invitation to the association to attend a dinner next June, when the association will hold another meeting. C o rp o ra l T a n n e r fo r Pensio n Commlii. nloner. Washington, March 16.—The Star says that ‘the opinion Is gaining ground that the pra.nident has decided upon the nomination of Corporal Tanner to be commissioner of pensions. I t is said that the reasons flir this are more personal than political and that Tanner will not be accredited to New York. Th« G o v e rnm en t L e ad e r to R e s i ^ . (Copyrighted Cable t o the H i i a l d . ) LoNnoK, Manrh 16.—The break down of the Times case has hatl a ba<l effect on the health of Mr. W. U. Smith, tho government leader in commons. H« Is greatly womed. and it is .i.sserted that his feeble health will render it n-ce»- sary for him to resign the leadership of hia party. In S ym p a th y W ith th e S tr ik e r* . WA.SHl?roTo>-, March 16 —The advisory board of the Washington Kuiglitt of Libor forwardt-d tfj-diiy the s!rik-ing Fall River weiv.-rs an expri^ion of their eameiit symgat iy. F i ro In P a tn am . PCTNAM. Conn., March 16.—The house, barn and contenLs of John Low at Sou^wood were homed at midnight last night. Ixws 95,000; insurance f3,000. F ira t of th e Heaaoo* At Jacksonville—Phihuielp'^Ia. 8; Jacksonville, 4. y
|Title||Sunday herald, 1889-03-17|
|Uniform Title||Sunday herald (Waterbury, Conn.)|
|Subject||Waterbury -- Connecticut -- Newspapers|
|Description||Frequency: Weekly; Publication dates: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 19, 1888)-v. 9, no. 434 ( June 14, 1896)|
|Collection||Newspapers of Connecticut|
|Source - Location||Connecticut State Library microfilm, AN104.W3 H47|
|Relation||Succeeding title: Waterbury herald|
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|Title-Alternative||Waterbury Sunday herald, Feb. 19, 1888-July 14, 1889|
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THE SUNDAY HERALD. I
VOL. 2. No. 5 ’; VVATERBURY, CONN., SUNDAY, MARCH 17, 1 8 8 9 . PRICE F IV ^ CENTS.
ST. PATRICK’S DAY!
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