The Patton courier. (Patton, Cambria Co., Pa.) 1893-1936, April 20, 1899, Image 1

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    Cigars and Tobacco.
Schoel Building.
Jap 2
of $18,000. It is of Romanesque style Con
of architare, which shows s simple °%8" Co
hess, and a singular appropriateness Lo
143 fect in height. The walls are of
‘white brick with red brick and
istope finish and the roof of the.
{church is of slate. while the tower | April 10th were read and approved.
dn covered with
imitation of Spanish tiling, which is
i stability.
| places for hidden uggliness but rich in
a charm which is harmonious and com- |
glans windows reflects the artistic idea
pure white and gold, which is beantiful
in ita refined outlines and the attract.
sign and all combining to perfect the
act | Ideal structure as it took shape under
| the builders’ hands.
| $5,000.00 was bequeathed toward the
i ree
_ |pebeus, O. 8. B., and the present pastor,
| Rev. Edwin, O. AB, who builded the |
i town, and Rev. Rhaban, of Greensburg; !
g besides others from Carrolitown and |
~ been received and will be blessed
{vespersat 2 p.m. and will later be O°
AR : &
ofs St. Mary's Catho-
lic Church of Pat.
ton to Take Place
189g ~— Impressive
Ceremony to be Held, Con-
ducted by Bishop Phelan,
of Pittsburg. :
Onset the most important events in |
| the local history of Patton will be the |
| dedication of the rew Catholie dharch
on Sanday, April 28rd.
The contract for the erection of this
handsome church edifice was awarded |
in the spring of 1898, the laying of the
corner stone on May = 1868, wis the
first event to mark ite | ;
The first St. Mary's Catholic charch ©
, of Patton was ereted in 1893, daring
the earliest inception of the town, and |
intended only as a temporary place of
worship until the growth of Patton
‘shomid warrant a more commodious
istractare. The ground avas donated
jointly by Messrs. John Kartheim,
Chas. Anna and the Chest Creek Land
& Improvement Co, and is promi.
nently located on the corner of Sixth]
and Palmer avenues.
The new church as it stands oy]
Is conceded to be the most iriposing ec- |
! clesinstioal edifice in Northern Cambria | i H.W. Brant Kedgmed as hint of Petter | :
| announce to the historic and art loving | placed in a tomy
uf Pavion Borosugh,
The regular session of Patton Bor.
neil was held in conned! oliam
bers in Good building Monday night, |
April 17th, with the following members |
(present as per rofl onl President
Hubbard, Campbell, Anderson, Wins. |
low and MoCormick, Messix, Cordell
Cand Blair being atwent. The minites
of regular meetibg held Monday night,
county and represents an expenditure i
beauty of form, & dignified pletavesqgue- |
the local surroundings.
In sige it Is B10 feet, with a towe
tiling in | H. O. Winslow, chairman of the Fire
(and Police Csmmittee, reported that
of he had instrocted the Chief of Police
to store away all old street lamps and
‘to notify all whe are desirious of wing
any of them that they can do so pro
pleasing in color and in effect
The interior shows amplitude of apace |
and perspective wilh no secret lurking |
i good repair.
plete in itself. The limpid sunlight
(several citizens, wan presented to
which glows softly through the stained | Conneit and on motion of Winslow and |
of eonded by MeCormick, it was anani-
mously carried that the same be referred
to the Borough Bolleitor, who is hereby
instructed to prepare ordinance in
ounformity with petition and present
« same at next regular meeting.
Petition to the Council of Patton
Borog The petition of divers ia-
hit io of the Borough of Pution,
respectfu y shoeth, sha oar petition.
cers labor under Jou petition
| for want of a pro pes Tussi to abate
the nuisance of and bitches ran.
ning at Jorge and unrestricted om the
streets kh. Your peti-
* fianer hambly pray tt :
Some action
Rev. Isadore, O. 8. from scenes not hou,
B, Whe Was succeeded by Nev. Eu. uot bellowed on
will ever pray, ete
to practical needs. The altar is
iveness of its design and finish. The
seats and altar rail are of solid oak and |
' | the walls finished in white, the support.
{ing columns ornamented in chaste de
By the will of the late Daniel Dumm
x streets, and they
tap sewer in front of his property on
Magee avenue, which wis
| granted.
Phelan, Bishop of Pittsburg, assisted
ividing they keop same filled and bn
The following petition, sigoed by
Aw Artetie Producing,
Pastor Joseph A. Kineker wishes to |
cpabtlic of Pstion that by specinl re
quest he has consented to prevent for
Method of Selecting the Head
of the Catholic Church.
ve es
The Pignitisd Cardinals gre Kept Looked
Ep Untii They Can Agree Routine of
straciien of the Ballots.
The advanced age and feeble health
of the venerable Leo XITI, and the as:
| surance that his death is impending,
i gives interest to the following article!
On the eleventh day after the death
of a Pope, the tenth day in ordinary
cealenlations, bot the eleventh if the
| day of the Pope's death is counted, the
cardinals meet in conclave to elect his |
successor. They meet in the vatican
| palace, where, looked up in a vast suite
lof rooms, every act regulated by nye WOH
| nearly six centuries old, they vote daily |
| until they succeed in choosing a Pope. |
The laws governing the conclave are
many and minute. The general courm
of the ¢conclivve is set forth bere:
The Pope dies. As woon as he is dead |
| the officials of the papal court leave
the palace; nowadays they will simply
jenve the chambir of the dead Pope,
for it must not be forgotten that the
Pope is still, together with his officials, |
a prisoner; so outside the vatican the
offleinis cannot go except individually,
The cardinal-cameriengo, or chamber.
nin, announces to the people of the
(conrt that his holiness bs dead: amd!
by an outside
Thor | in y built into he door, 1 by
food is passed; the keys are |
| master of ceremonies on the ne
Preistes of
twice cach day,
he Side make a tonr of i
every evening to see that all a
There are nny mone mn
donclave than the ¥
the (opcimve aml Its Boles, Ete. De.
| there are wo sacristans, two
of ceremonies, one religions to
confessions, one secretary, who has om
servant; three Surgeons, four barbers
one carpenter, one mason, and s
| servants. Nome of these
chosen from the household of |
cardinal, nor is a cardinal to
him anybody but aetunl servants who
have been in his employ more than &
| year,
| T "Phe conclave having begun in the
evening of the eleventh day, the Sard
nie lo their moms. Th i : rrp
¢ a n
hall of the conclave; there is one booth
| for each cnrdinal; the booths of thom
| cardinals created by the Pope jost &
(are coversd with porple serge, those e
the others with green serge. Over the
door of auch Jpartoent i Jieed the
oa of arms oeenpung
To the nsorning the cardinal dean says
& low mas of the Holy Ghost, at whieh
ail the cardinal ors the commun.
ion. This is said in the Sistine or the
Panline chapel. Then a serutiniom oF
vote is taken. Only the cardinels ary
allowed in the cifupel at this time, but
no carding] san be wh out, A curdi-
pal arriving late may be admitted, bot
only i sick person may leave the cobs
‘olave alter be is once in. Even an
then breaks with a bammer the ring of | excommunicated carding may vote.
the fisherman and the seal of the ded |
Pope. The dean of the sacred college, |
‘the senior eardinal priest, and thy
| senior cardinal deacon then take chargé
of the administration of the affirms of Then they take AA
| the church and send notice to all of the
| eardinals not in the cit These curdi-
fade are not snnunoned; they come at
(once without being called. For ten
days funeral services are held daily in
| St. Peter's church, then the body is
| resting place.
8 period © B dave ie Hxed by
law; but it | obligatory on the
| cardinals fo obey the law. In fees,
Three cardinals, one from each order,
| are chosen to act a tellers. In torn
the cardinals apy the vase on the
altar, and, kneeling, pra yf Eidunce.
God, who will be my judge, to withess
{that | choose the person w before
God 1 J ought to be elected, and
thas ! wilt do the same on the ace
: ving sworn they drop
their ballots into the vase. The ballot
{are prepared thus: At one end the
cardinal writes his name: he then folds
the ballot wo that his nase shall not
appear as the ballot is examined first,
the firet (iese in Patton the oclebrated there are several things fixed by the ‘and seals the fold; the name of his
In presenting this murvelons produc |
tion 60 hand-painted views sre em
ployed direct from the stadio of William |
H. Ran, of Philadelpla, Pa. This noted |
artist wos pssent af the last presenta
ton of “The Fassdon Play’ in Bavaria
The celebrated oxy dydro hight will be |
timed 033 this ocoasion, with an effect of
1300 candle power. The procensds of
this production for the benefit of the
church, Remeber the date,
evening, April Jist, af 8 o'clock sharp, |!
Edwant Mogan ond.
The COURIER regrets to announce the |
death of Edward Morgan, who expired |
‘at hin home on Lang avenue bout 7)
o’olock Sunday evening. Mr. Morgan
was aged 47 year and was a native of
Scotland, and came to lols country
when but a young man. He is sar
vived by a wile and eight children, one
‘daughter and seven sons. Funeral sery-
ices were held in the M, E church at ge
o'clock p.m, Wednesday afte: which
kis remules were lid to rest in He
Fairview cemetery.
member of Kill Boek Tribe, Improved
Oder of Hed Men, of Patton, which
organiza son had enarge of the funeral.
, and that shoud i
A communication was received from |
duly -
Jaen Rev. Casimder, Prior of St. H.W. Brant handed in his resigma- |
| Mary's church, Allegheny; Rev. P. ‘tion as Chief of Police of Palton
"| Edward and Wolfgang, of St. Vincent, Borough to take effect May lat, 1499,
"i Latrobe; Father Ludden, of Sit. Ang- 8nd on motion of Anderson and peo
ustine; Rev. P. Corbinian, of Johns onded by Campbell, it was unanimonsly |
. | carried that saree be accepted.
On motion of Campbell and seconded
ving congregations are expected | by Anderson it was carried that the
to! be present.
Edward, 0. 8. B, of Secretary of Board of Health,
which solemn high mass will be said at by Winslow, It was carried that the
a following bills be accepted and Clerk
has | {instructed to draw orders for same:
at | Wm. HL Sandford, $22.40 for mill tax
outstanding indebtedness to the
placed in the tower. amount of $5,800; Patton Hardware
Father Edwin, a copy of whose por-| Co, $3.90 for nails; Chas Rhody,
_ The bell weighing 1,856 pounds
on ih ador this closed his labors | $70.55 for amber; John Yahner, $2.35
Li Pa. to accept & U to the | for nails.
ate of St. Mary's Ba at this Council then adjourned to meel at
. Eutering upon his field of labor Pext regular meeting night, Monday,
s worked effectively for the canse April 24th, 189%,
re and undefiled religion. Asm
logician and a devout and carnest For Sake.
: A two-horse separator mounted on
ho | trucks. Will be sold cheap on cany
Onions, suddtisgen, ambarh and let.
{mou at the Cash fironery ots Satisciay.
shown himself an achive ng
Norker in the oauseof
On motion of Anderson and seconded |
(bill of 8. E. Jones for $12.00 for Board |
The dedicatory sermon will be de. of Health officer, be referred bach to
el livered by Rev.
* (8t. Viooent college, Latrobe, affer
Farner Eowin, O. RB
Pastor of St. Mary's Cntholic Church,
Spovdad Teun.
A special train will be ron Seoday, |
April 28, 1890, from Cresson to Ebens.
burg to Patton for the
beasils of those wishing to participate |
Akl 3 Lhwnoe
in the dedicatory services of St. Mary's
church of Pattow,
(turn, leaving Patton about 4 o'elock
The train will re-
{P wm. to connect with trains on the
| main fine
Bievele Bill Sgwedd,
Governor Stone last Wednesday
signed the bill asnthorising the con-
struction of side paths along highways
for bieyeles and pedestrians. rr
whe were in that city,
| alave that may be d ml. Bo the |
conclave may begin within ten i days, or
it may not begin for a a | iBone
than fen days. It all depends. Bot on
| the appointed day the cardinals gather
in St. Peter's, and the cardinal (dean
celebrates the mass of the Holy Ghost, |
After this the cardinals, in provession,
i winging “Veni, Creator Spiritas,” march |
to 0 the ace of the conclave in the pal
There Lhe dean recites the prayer,
| Deus qui cond,” and the constito-
tions governing the conclave are read
hem. During the rest of the day the
cardinals receive their friends; bat
when evening comes the friends depart
{ and the cardi are shat ap, the con.
elave begins,
Yeto Powers of Natl
The Pope, whose importance as act
‘nal bishop of Rome, wis muoch nore
apparent formerly than Bow, when bis | After all bave vowed on the Steaman,
. the tellers Spe: the new ballots
| duties are so mach more varied tha |
(those of an ordinury
‘chosen at first by the
jeity. Then grew up, little by little,
f ae rsh he Bi fhe
t of su n ng t
Romans for many pom J tained
the Sew of
of the
Play of Ober A mmergan. * | Roman caramonial governmg the con- candidite he writes in these words:
“1 choose for Supreme Pootill the
Most fleverend and seals thin
of the ballot. When all the card.
nals present have voted the tellers
n to count the ballot. The fleet
teller, a cardinal bishop, takes out the
ballots, opens the first fold, and ween
the name of the candidate; he it
to the second teller, a cardin | priest,
who ale Inols at it, and hapds it to
the third teller, a cardinal deacon, who
reads out the name of the candidate.
IT it i found that no candidate has a
Priday | and the cardinals take oath to abey | two-thirds vote, a second ballot is held
at ones. All the cardiuals are obliged
{to vote, but are not obliged te ¢
their votes, Those who wish to
(do wo by preparing their baliots as
before, but writing on the last fold:
|S go over to "while those who
do kot accede write: “1 go over to ne
Rurning of the Raliota.
piace them alongside of the ballot flew
| cant that has the same seal, it is not
[unted; bot if a different name is
found, the accession ballot is counted.
Jhon the yates of the two ballots are
of the history of the conclaves. Lipid
after the right of the people had be
come obsolete, the Saperap
his right to a controllin
election; but this right
tion by way of a veto, but Nr he
the conclave, if they learn that some |
cardinal to whom they are opposed is
likely to be elected. powers ans
France, Austria and Spain, and not |
farther ago than 1531 ¢ forbade thi
election of Cardinal Glustiniani. The
ther bats i :
ra com w
that thé conclavists ace shut off aid]
the world and rely wholly on divine
guidance in their wee of the right to
The conclave itself is a creature of
growth. In its present form it seeing De
to have begun about 1214, and against
the will of the cardinals, for in that
year Innocent TIT died at Perugia, and
the Peruglans shut up the cardinals,
and would not
it them out until they had chosen wn
new Pope Honorious [TL Gregory
IX was elected the same way, thi
| Reauans shutting up the cardinals until |
they had choses Bim. In 1272 Gregory
X was chosen in the same manner.
Only in bis case the people of Viterbo
removed the roof of the building wher |
the cardinals were shut up to make
them decide more quickly. reason
for shutting up the ¢ undonbts |
edly was to | 1 the election, Sh
Pope being in those days the temporal
ruler of Rome, and, as ail admin
tion was suspended at his death, nutor-
ally ! the people were interested in’
feing a new ruler as well as a new |
Seolusdon of the Cardineis,
So the conclave begins in the evening
of the eleventh day after the Pontiffs
“death, or else at some other time. The
‘door is closed and locked with two
| keys, ove of Which ia apt by the ord.
inal-cameriengo, other by the
governor of the oii a prelate
Shoeen by the cardinals, A tufning)
Then th SEES or
| Pope and mak him if he cteptn the
over “dhe cardinal sents
Two cardinal deacons then
Bl Star, whete
on vestioents;
he i at TH re a
‘altar, and receives the salutations of
foot, the hand 3 who Ee
rin thager,
HI be engraved on it. Then
the sentor cardinal deacon, preceded
by musicians and the char
“Eoce Saverdos Magnus,” goes to the
haleony and announces the elec a
ple: “I announce to you a
Sl We have as Pope the most
eminent and most Reveren -o cand
inal of the Holy Roman church, who 2
has taken the name of
Poeketbook Lost. : 3
A pocketbook containing a sum of
money and papers was lost between the
P. RR station and Miners Store Friv
day evening. Finder will be liberally
rewarded by leaving same at tlie shave. :
of the Miners Stare Co. “
By allowing the aceamulations in lbw
bowels to remain, the entire sygiem ia
poisoned. DeWitt's Little Early Risers
‘veguinte the bowels. Try them and
you will always ase them. CC. W.
Hodgkin, Patton Pharmacy.
oh the Pope gives back, that his %