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Kentucky Irish American: October 29, 1898 Kentucky Irish American 300dpi TIFF G4 page images William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1898 kec1898102901_sn86069180 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Kentucky Irish American: October 29, 1898 Kentucky Irish American William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1898 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Kentucky Irish American. VOLUME I. NO. 17. LOUISVILLE: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1S98. '98 county, some fresh from the native historic socl niul some who true to the lessons learned in the homes they had left still preserved that spirit of unconquerable patriotism which has rendered the name of Wexford talismanic wherever unselfish devotion to national principles is reserved and cherished. Messrs. Davis, McGuire and Michael Cusack also addressed the meeting, and some details of the forthcoming visit to Gorey having been settled, the business proceedings terminated and songs and rendered, recitations, all excellently brought a pleasant, instructive and encouraging meeting to a close. PRICE FIVE CENTS. P., to read and move the resolutions to be submitted to the meeting. Mr. McTernan, Secretary, announced tliat the following letter was received: "Having long since ceased to take part in political affairs, I regard the invitation with which your committee have honored me as a kind token of remembrance and good will, for which I am most grateful. In sending a subscription to the Sligo memorial fund I beg to say that I esteem it a high privilege to join my first constituents and oldest political friends n celebrating the deathless memory of the men of '98. Yours faithfully, INDORSED. Action of the County Board of the Ancient Order of Hibernians. The Kentucky Irish American Has the Approval of That Important liody. A Word to Our Advertisers and ing of the sons of the CELEBRATE Division 1, A. O. H., Receives Its Members in a Koy'al Manner. . Division No. 4 Also Hutcrtaincd the Largest Assemblage of the Season. Addresses, Songs and Dancing and Other Amusements. A Itofresh-ment- s Headers Souvenir ' Soon Isyued. 1Jc LADIES' AUXILIARY, They Will Give a Euchre and Social in Order to Raise Funds For a Worthy Purpose. PLEASANT AND AGREEABLE SURPRISE GREAT WEEK FOR THE IRISH The largestand most enthusiastic social and business meeting in the history of The County Board of the Ancient Order Auxiliary, A. O. II., of this Hnrrail faen 111 ntltt fit I IIP the Ladies' f tT.'l city, was that held last Sunday afternoon meeting Monday evening indorsing the n the hall of the Anqient Order of Hiber Kentucky Irish American, and declaring nians. that the publication of this paper was a The session was gracefully presided people over by Airs. ju. J. mcney, who as great boon to the parliamentarian stands in the front and should be supported of Kentucky rank among lady officials. A committee liberally. was appointed to devise ways and means The fact that this action was unsolic- of providing a piano for the hall, and it ited renders it all the more important, now seems assured that they will succeed and goes far to show how our efforts to n carrying out this most praiseworthly s paper are appreciated. object. publish a The ladies also decided to give a euchre encourages us to still This indorsement party, dance and lunch on the evening of our publication greater efforts to improve the last Wednesday in November. This in all departments, and ere long we ex- will undoubtedly prove a most pleasant event, the members of the Auxiliary pect to deliver the paper fn every in the city of Louisville knowing how to handsomely entertain home friends. A portion of the proceeds and State of Kentucky. We request the their will be donated to the piano fund. A continued assistance of those already sub- number of s vocalists will also be scribers and pledge them a satisfactory invited to be present and contribute to return for their efforts in our behalf. the entertainment of the audience. In addition to the foregoing the ladies The good news of the action of the County Board reached the office as we promised their hearty support to the KenAmerican, besides transact- were going to press and too late for us to tucky Irish resolutions, which ng a great deal of routine business. The obtain n copy of the following arc the officers of the Ladies' will be published next week. Auxiliary: The Kentucky Irish American will President Mrs. M. J. Iltckey. Vice President Miss Celia Potter. soon make arrangements to furnish its Financial Secretary Miss Nellie Cun free a splendid map, with porreaders traits of eminent Irish heroes and many ningham. Secretary Miss Annie Recording interesting scenes in Ireland, together houses Bayne. with a directory of the business Treasurer Miss Mary Kavanaugh. advertising in our columns. A number of visitors were present at n the meeting, the most prominent of whom As this is the only paper published in this part of the coun- were Miss Margaret O'Connor, State and family President .of .the. Ladies Auxiliary, and try, and'is-- a strictly-homState Secretary James Coleman. advantages to advertisers are journal, its Col. John J. Barrett delivered a unique apparent, and we would,, ask those who and pleasing address, and n few remarks desire to be included in our business were made by the representative of this directory to call at once and place their paper. The auxiliary will meet again on Sun advertisements in our columns. They day afternoon, November 13, when a are assured of good results. number of important reports will be We keenly appreciate the approval of made. As this body contains a number will endeavor to the County Board and of talanted orators, an opportunity to at merit the indorsement not only of the tend their sessions should not be missed, mntiv divisions, but of all citizens and .COUNTY BOARD, classes. --. Irish-Americfirst-clasIrish-Americfirst-clasIrish-Americae Abbey yesterday, bcing performed by the Right Rev. GeorgeVilliam M'Clos-keBishop of the Diocese of Louisville. p . : .i ne consecration oi mi nouoi is a very i rare service in the United States, as there are only two monasteries of this order in this country this one and another near uiiuiyjue, Iowa aim was witnessed uy n large number of clergyland laymen and others from this cityandjthe surrounding country. A special train was run from the Union depot in the norning for the convenience of invited guests and others, making stops at all stations', and returned in the eveninc. . .'.'Alas! There .are..sonieAmericans an&anlrishiclayvpipeaud'plentyvot-gooa'tlierEdiiffifet-Obreci- s tKe" tliirtf 'Carewrstrahah'illliowfeliis'uni? whose only God is our money-maker- s tobacco for each one present. Abbot of this monastery to be consecrated form as a Lieutenant in the United States the almightydollar, whose only human And right here is where the fun began. in this country since its foundation in army. Mr. F. Median, Thomas Plana or divine trinity is dividend, interest and Tom Cody led off with a comical German 1848. The first one was the Right Rev. gan, T. C, and Mr. C. Sweeney acted as profit come to the conclusion that if song, and was followed by Michael Col- Father Eutropia, who came with the Chief Marshals of the procession. Every poor, suffering Cuba can be handed over lins, who sang a pathetic Irish ballad, monks from the Abbey of La Trappe, thing passed off in the most orderly and to their tender mercies, their Deity and after which the assemblage were invited France, and was consecrated in St. Jos satisfactory manner. The procession their deviltry can hold full sway. These to take one." Well, they did. eph's church at Bardstown. He ruled moved by the mail coach road, Pound gentry, when there is a question between James Furey, who wears the gold the order until 1860, when he resigned street, Old Market Square, Telling street, liberty and profit, present or prospective, medal of the Division, sang a pretty song and returned to his native land. His Thomas street, Bridge street, Stephen throw liberty to the dogs as a worn-ou- t in Irish, and in response to an encore successor was the Right Rev. Father street, Lord Edward street, Wolfe Tone and threadbare thing of the past. sang another in Irish and English. Benedict, who was consecrated at St street, John street, Grattan street and If we have intervened in behalf of THEATERS. Next on the programme was a mock Catherine'!! church, New Haven, Ky. He back to the market cross, where the Cuba and driven a foreign tyrant from her initiation, with John Mulloy and Peter reigned until 1890, when he resigned on foundation stone was laid, and then on "The Paradise Lost" will be the offer shores, we have at least authority for our Cusick was the victims, and what Messrs, account of and Right Rev to Market Square, where the meeting WEXFORD, ing for the coming wesk at the Temple action by the appeals of the struggling Keenan. Collins and Cody done to them was elected to succeed was held. All along the route the streets Much Business Transacted at the will not bear relating. They were thank Father Edwards Theater. This is a drama in three acts Cubans. But what of the Porto Ricans? him, and has remained as Abbot until a were crowded. At the front of the pro broken few weeks ago, when he resigned, and cession were the Mayor of Sligo, M. P. dealing with the capital and labor ques Thev have not asked our intervention: Monday fleeting Last ful that they escaped without tion, and is one of the strongest and thev have not pleaded for annexation. Dutyof Irishmen to Honor the backs. Night. Rev. Father Obrecht was elected his Mr. William O'Brien, Aid. Collery, M They were invaded as a military necesDead to "take successor. The members were invited Memory of Patriotic Mr. John O'Dowd and the members most pleasniK plays of that character another," which they did, when all filled The new Abbot was born at Stolzheim, of the Sligo Corporation, and they were ever given the public. The story is a sity. They number eight hundred thou of All Generations. The regular meeting of the County pipes and settled down to listen to Alsace, in 1853. He finished his studies received everywhere with enthusiasm. simple one. Andrew Knowltou, owner sand people, and have not been divided Board, Ancient Order of Hibernians, was songs and anecdotes. Tim Lyons and in the seminary at Strasburg, Alsace, and TJie splendid brass band of the Sligo of the famous iron works of that name, by fierce conflict. If we give freedom has a lovely daughter who falls in love and independence to Cuba, to which she The usual weekly meeting of the Wex held in Hibernian Hall Monday evening, James Rogers related the early history of was graduated with distinction. Like Temperance Society headed the bauds, is entitled, is there any justification for The foundation stone was laid by the wth Reuben Warner,superintendent of the ford Centenary Association held on Sun with President John A. Murphy in ihe the order for the benefit of the younger many other patriotic youths of his time, and George Flahiff acting as members, after which Tim J. Sullivan he determined to take up arms in defense Mayor of Sligo at the Market Square. It works, even while she is engaged to our enforced conquest and annexation of day evening at 108 Talbot street was ren chair Rico? Secretary. sang in excellent voice the "Three Leaves of his country dunug the Franco-Pru- s is intended that the memorial shall con Ralph Standish. A strike at the works Porto dered more than usually interesting by "Hawaii we have annexed, irrespective There was a large attendance, repre of Shamrock," and Michael Collins con- sian war. Before he had a chance to don sist of a marble statue of Erin standing is handled so beautifully by Warner, and of the wishes of the people, who were not the nresence of many representative men sentatives being present from all but one vulsed the audience with his rendition of on a high pedestal, on the panels of who sees justice done both to hands a uniform the war came to an end. is forced to re asked whether the constitution under from the county, who were in town for of the divisions in Jefferson county, and "Paddy Doyle." - are to be bas relief medal employer, that everyone Instead of becoming n military man he which therethe Parnell anniversary. Mr. P. J. Law- - a great deal of routine business was trans Among those present were Messrs, put on the habit of St. Bernard and lions of Wolfe Tone, Lord Edward Fitz spect him, and the owner, who has stolen which they have recently lived meets with occunied the chair. lor from Warner, not only takes their approval. Nor was annexation in acted. One matter of importance that Thomas Cody, Thomas Keenan, Edward gerald and Robert Emmet, the fourth be inventions The Chairman in his opening address was up for consideration was the purchase Clancy, James Rogers, John Mulloy, attached himself to the monastery of La him as a partner, but gives his daughter's its direct or indirect form ever given to Under Grande, Trappe, France. After passing ing reserved for the inscription. welcomed the representatives of Wexford of a memorial lot in St. Louis cemetery, baud when he discovers that he has all them for decision. The flag of our coun James Furey, William Clare, Dr. John through his novitiate he was admitted to the foundation stone was deposited said that it always Eagle will cive to their meeting, and in which deceased members without rela Keaney, James Barry, Tim Lyons, James simple vows, on the feast of St. Joseph, hermetically sealed casket containing a alomr shad her heart. Mr.the character of try waves in Hawaii over a people subrendition of a jected by our superior force, in flagrant was a noble du .v for Irishmen to honor tives may be interred. Spelman, Michael McGillicuddy, James March 19, 1877. In the following year copy of the resolutions to be submitted to Superintendent, while Anna MacGrcgor the memory of their patriot dead of all The Vice Presidents of the six city Duggan, Louis Perrauda, John Cassidy, he was sent to the monastery of the Three the meeting, a list of the Sligo '98 clubs, as Cinders, and Mr. Rcvnolds as Bob violation of the consent of the governed. "In the case of the Fhillipines we have generations. It was a duty in the highest divisions were appointed a committee to An'nleton. will keen the audience in Peter Cusick, Michael Collins and many conception of the term for all peoples to make the necessary arrangements for a others. After enjoying a bountiful re- Fountains, near Rome, where he contin the membership card, a copy of the Sligo most Humorous moou. xuc lucucri the question repeated, only in a much perpetuate the traditions of fidelity to fitting celebratton of St. Patrick's day, past with the necessaries to wash it ued his theological studies, and after Champion, containing a description of Stock Company is admirably adapted to more aggravated form. rosary nlavs of this character, which will draw having passed a rigorous examination the memorial, a mother-of-peacountry which inspired the best and and Mr. John J. Lannon, of the Young "There is even now a strife going on down the meeting adjourned, all voting was awarded his title of Doctor of blessed by the Bishop of the diocese and very largely from the ranks of the workamong the nations of the earth for the noblest of their race, nnd no nation on the Men's Division, was made Chairman. A Messrs. Cody, Keenan and Spelman en Divinity. a list of the Sligo Ladies' '98 Committee ers during the coming week. "The Par- partition and possession of Eastern counface of the earth had nobler patriots to meeting of the Vice Presidents will be tertainment promoters of the Rome he was admitted to his solemn and some '93 emblems. As the proccs adise Lost" ranks with the famous "Long tries. Let us take the Philippines and we In revere or grander principles to preserve held and steps taken to make the St, All in all, it was probably the most en vows and was ordained priest. Two sion passed through Pound street a child Strike." shall be in the midst of the conflict. We than the Irish. The present year amply Patrick's day affair a memorable one. joyable and creditable social affair in the years later he was appointed Vice Procu dressed in white and green, Miss Ruby The next attraction at the Buckingham shall have to follow the monarchical polshowed the world that those who tried to The committee having in charge the history of Division 1. rator General of the whole order, with Ferguson, played national airs on a harp is Rice and Barton's Rose Hill English icy of large standing armies, with imserve Ireland unselfishly had earned and silver jubilee of the Ancient Ordei of Hi his residence in Rome. Since that time at the window of one of the houses. The Folly Company, said to be the greatest mense navies ( not always voluntary). We in the were receiving that enshrinement Kentucky recommended that LIMERICK DIVISION'S RECEPTION w.,01iMirt nf (Tip nennle. ana bernians in he has held several high and responsible proceedings throughout were most sue and strongest burlesque and vaudeville shall not only have to bear the heavy burthe Presidents of the various divisions company ever organized. The Rose Hill dens of debt and taxation exceeding past week has been a very busy positions in the order. Pope Leo XIII cessful. cause that endearThe their principles and constitute an executive committee. The On the motion of Mr. Thomas McCar Company has never failed to give the that of other nations, but we will come social ordered him to come to America to solicit ment in their hearts of their race which recommendation was concurred in, and but pleasant one in While there had alms for the historic monastery of Sts, rick, seconded by Mr. Mulrooney, the best of satisfaction. They will present to that point against which the genius of is the fittest honor and most enduring it is probable that the order will have a and society circles. been important events announced for Vincent and Anastasius, better known as Mayor of Sligo, Mr. P. A. McIIugh, took more new and uovel features than has our institution revolts compulsory milifame that any man can desire. grand demonstration some time in the ever been civen with any show before. tary duty. He spent four the chair. evening, it was a matter of surprise the Three Fountains. n Mr. O'Crowley expressed the pleasure spring preceding the meeting of the each be the new and original in New York city. In Large contingents, mounted and on Among them will "Wicked Paris," and and congratulation to the Literary Com years at this work "We do not oppose the development of it afforded him to meet his exiled fellow national convention at Boston. burlesque, entitled and officers of Division 4, Ancient recognition of his many services to the foot, with banners, and in some instances the original musical comedy, entitled our industry, the expansion of our comcountymen in the city of Dublin, where County Board passed a resolution mittee The that tenacity to national principles so indorsing the Kentucy Irish American Order of Hibernians, that their meeting order he was in January, 1898, appointed bands, attended from Bunluaden, Tunas 'Toundthe Town," also introducing a merce, or the power and influence which characteristic of the Wexford people and commending it to a most liberal was so largely attended Wednesday even Superior and Administrator of the Abbey ban,- Manorhamilton, Cliffoney, Grange grand array of specialty and burlesque the United States may exert upon the He arrived there last Skreen, Drumlease, Ballintogher, Calry stars, headed by Miss Lillian Washburn, destinies of the nations of the earth. of Gethsemane. ing. seemed to intensify rather than diminish patronage. original Washburn sisters, the When President John Hennessy called March. He soon won the esteem of his Geevagh, Sosey, Riverstowu, Killinu of theof burlesque; Cain and Mack, the On the contrary, we realize that the Mr. O'Gorman said that it was in such queen Favorable action was also taken on fellow monks, and his election as Abbot inery, Ballymote, Killargue, Killoran odd and funny team, in an original higher intelligence and standard of life national spirit meeting to order there was one of the reunions as this that the number of petitions from the local divis the Ballynish, Templeboy, Collooney, Balli- - laughing hit; Miss Blanche Newcomb, of the American workers will largely found renewed hope end the patriotic in ions, after which the board wes enter largest audiences ever assembled in the on October 11 occasioned no surprise. sodare, Carrownagh, etc. the petite artist, daughter of the late contribute toward attaining the highest sniration recruited vitality. It was, in tained by several speakers, Col. John J hall present, while the assembly room UNION LABEL LAW VALID. The Chairman, in opening the pro Bobby Newconib, in a repertoire of new pinnacle of industrial and commercial deed, an extreme pleasure to see that Barrett delivering an interesting and was crowded with ladies and invited ceedings, said he was never more proud and popular songs; Cunningham and greatness; and these achievements in the guests. President Hennessy and Secre those Wexford men whom destiny had instructive address. greatest acrobats and Judge Holmes, of the United States ottlie people ot biigo town and county Grant, America's tarv Kelly dispatched the business of the cast far from their native Homes were knock-aboartists; Miss Jennetta El- paths of peace will glorify the institutions mcrring promptly, besides initiating four Circuit Court at Omaha, in deciding a than he was that day. Never before had liott, the charming and captivating dan- of our republic, to which the grateful true to the traditions which made the CHURCH BAZAAR. passed cer, and a bevy of twenty beautiful and eyes and yearning hearts of the people of ii'. w h'embers and acting on a number of case involving the label of a trade union so magnificent a procession name and fame of their county dear to ladies, introducing new, d recently, used the following language in through the streets of the town. One of aopli'.ations. of Ireland and a dread to her the friends What promises to be one of the most specialties, as the earth will turn for courage and inspinovel and The Literary Committee and officers concluding his opinion: "The label is a the most hopeful features in connection the zig-za- g sensational the musical such ration to struggle onward and upward, foes. vivan-dierenjoyable events of the kind will be the dancers, n machinery of with that day's demonstration was the Mr. Thomas J. Foley in an extremely bazaar to be given for the benefit of St, were instructed to act for the division in part of the with grand and gorgeous scenery so that the principles of human liberty well sustained address dwelt on the Paul's church, which will open the sec conjunction with the committee from the trades unions, and the use of it is found fact that they were there not to talk and handsome costumes. and human justice may be implanted in events of that stirring epoch which called ond week in December. There are seven Young Men's Division in making ar- if a finding be necessary, to be of value about unity, but to show that they were their hands. Hanlon's "Superba" will be the attracMen were there from a forth the celebration of the present year, prizes to be contested for nnd the race3 rangements for the Irish drama to be to the union and its members. It would united. "The flag of our republic should float to Ballyshannon and from Cliffonsy tion at the Avenue next week, with Tues- over a free people, and must never form not be traveling too far from the record and pointed out the continuity of effort will be watched with interest. The tickets presented by them. After the transaction of routine busi- perhaps if we should assume that the use to Ballinafad, and although they had been day, Thursday and Saturday matiuees. a cloak to hide slavery, barbarism, desfor Ireland's freemen which down to the were issued Tuesdayj The chief prize many new present day gave each generation its duty will be a Kingsbury grand piano, and til ness the doors were thrown open and the of the label is, in fact, as it certainly divided in the past he should like to see The cast this year contains specialists. potism ot tyranny. America, as we know a number of clever ita lessons to learn and ampaign for this one will attract wide public allowed to inspect the beautiful might be, of far more economic import the emissary of faction that would dare names andpiece has been rewritten and it, with its blessings of peace and stabilto oerform and old meeting room. Following this the baud ance to the union than are most of the to speak a word against the great princi- The express the in spread attention. teach. He improved, and will afford a great ity, must not be hazarded for a new era which are ple of the United Irishmen. He would Sreatly amusement to the patrons of Coi. which had been provided for the occasion trademarks, strictly feelings he experienced in the spiriting CONTINUED ON THIRD l'AGK. took its station in the assembly room, ' protected by the courts." now call up Mr. John J. Keenan, T. C. Shaw's theater. Subscribe now and get our souvenir. couifjany of such a representative gamer y, io Per-rand- a, ut first-clasrl first-class. The oldest and richest division in the Ancient Order of Hibernians, No. 1, treated its members to a stag social or "wide open" at Hibernian Hall Monday evening, and the officers and entertainment committee kept the fun going so fast and furious that the reporter of the Kentucky Irish American was unable to record all that took place'. There were surprises, aim mtrin provowng incidents in all quarters of the hall, and those who did not respond to the postal cards issued k by President Clancy and Secretary declare they will not duplicate their mistake. President F.dward Clancy was in the chair, and called the assemblage, to order promptly. All eyes were on tne anteroom, and when Messrs. Thomas Cody, Thomas Keenan and James Spelman ar rived it was surmised that they were provided with something both nourishing and refreshing. After initiating Dr. John Keaney into the order, a motion was made to defer consideration of the proposition to give a public entertainment until the next meeting, which was carried. routine business waa Considerable transacted, when a recess was taken and the meeting turned over to Master of Ceremonies, Tom Cody, of the-- Senn & Ackerman Brewing Company, and Messrs. Tom Keenan and James Spelman. The above three adjourned to the ante-roowith President Clancy and Secretary and when they reappeared they brought with them a couple of little barof palrels or kegs, a bountiful lay-oatable edibles, with hot Frankfurters, Cu-sic- where old and young tripped the light fantastic, and spent almost enjoyable evening. At 11 o'clock, the ladies and gentlemen were invited tij partake of re freshments from Wathen's, and the good things furnished by thatlpopular caterer were greatly relished, To President Hennessy, Secretary Fla- hiff and Messrs. Tom J Latigan, John Hellon and Joe Lynch, of the Literary Committee, much credit is due for the energy and ability displayed as enter.? tainers. Among those present vere the follow ing: Mr. James Keneaiyanu wile, air. Harry Brady and wife alid Mr. Thomas Kelly and wife, Misses Blanche Fash- auer, Lottie Casey, Norannd Mollie Birdy Barrey, Maggie Fitzgerald, Annie Kelly, Maggie fiWolff, Maggie Joyce, Bridget Madden Mary Herity, Katie Ausbro, Josie Rcardou, Katie llradv. Carrie Resell. "Nannie Costello. Annie Kilgallon, Annif Kelley, Mary Casey, Nannie McDevitt, Mary Lynch, y Maggie Godfrey and President John and Messrs. Thomas Lynch, Geo. Healy, Jerry Ilealv, Jerry Hallihau, Cor nelius Hallihan, Joe Lyjich, John Gannon, Dan Harnedy, Martin McNally, D. Terence HeiTernan, Dotninickl-Burke- , McIImrh. Thomas Lnturan. Edward Brown, Andy Meagher, Cosmas Meagher, Dan Hartnet, Mike Hartnet, George Fla- hiff, Tom Flahive, John Lehati, John Doolan, Edward CrowleyjMichael Lyons, osepu J. iyncn, nenry, uenms aim ames Minogue, Ed warn Ford, James Burker and Tom Corcoran. SLIGO. One of the Largest Celebrations I2ver Held In That Part GOMPERS' Speech on the Occasion of Chi- f of Ireland. 'ouudattoii For an Imposing Memorial Laid in Market Square. Memory of Irish Heroes Hon ored and Kinging Resolutions Adopted. PLEDGED TO SUPPORT THE LEAGUE. cago's Recent Hlfr Peace Jubilee. President of the American Federation Opposes Further Annexation. Thinks "Wo Arc in Danger of Ileiny: Drawn Into a Serious Conflict. "Thomas Shxton'." Letters were also received from Miss Maud Gonne, Mr. N. F. Devine, Mr. Owen McCann, and sevcal others. Mr. McCarrick proposed the following resolutions: "Resolved, That, recognizing and main taining the right of every people to civil and religious liberty, we justify, adopt and adhere to the cardinal principles of the men of 1798, and when and wherever that right is denied to the efforts made for the purpose of securing it by consti tutional means, it becomes not only justi fiable but the duty of all civilized and peoples to assert it by force of arms. "Resolved, That while we believe it to be our duty to take our part, and we do solemnly take our part in the centenary celebrations, we are convinced that the memory of the men of 'US can only be fittingly and effectually honored by loyalty to the principles they professed, advocated and died for, and as one of the greatest and noblest of those principles was union and brotherhood among irishmen, irrespective ot creed or class, we pledge ourselves to forget the differences of the past few years and henceforth strive earnestly, unselfishly and unitedly to win for Ireland the full satisfaction of her national demands. 'Resolved, That we heartily approve of the objects and principles of the United Irish League, and that we pledge ourselves to show our cordial and practical sympathy with its promoters by es tablishing forthwith branches of the League m the town of Sligo and in every parish and district of the county of Sligo in which branches do not already exist. 'Resolved, That, while we are pre pared to extend to all men a tolerance never extended to us by grand jurors or guardians, we consider it our imperative duty as Nationalists to resist with all our force the return to the new County Councils and District Councils of Sligo of any candidate who is not prepared to support and advocate the right of the people of Ireland to make their , own Jaws on Jnsu.soil.X- Mr. Mulroony seconded the resolutions, which were declared carried amid loud cheers. Mr. William O'Brien was then intro duced and delivered n most powerful speech, advocating the cause of united Ireland, declaring that the cause of Irish nationality was never in a better condi tion since the English first landed on Irish shores. Carrick-on-Shanno- Mill-ogu- e, WOULD PROTECT AMERICAN WORKERS Hen-ness- GETHSEWANE Rev ABBEY, Edmond olirecht Ele- vated to the Position of Abbot Yesterday. Ii The consecration ceremonies by which Right Rev. Edmond Obrecht was elevated to the position offcVbbot of Geth- semane Abbey were celebrated at tue Yesterday a magnificent demonstration in celebration of the centenary of '98 took place in the town of Sligo, says a recent issue of the Dublin Freeman's ournal. The great display in Dublin on Wolfe Tone Day and the wonderful turnout in this country at Carrignagat four weeks ago excepted, the demonstration held in Sligo was one of the largest and most remarkable and enthusiastic that has taken place in any part of the counwas organized by try. the Sligo '98 Club, of which the Mayor of Sligo, P. A. McIIugh, M. P., is the leading spirit. All sections of Nationalists worked heartily together to make the celebration a success. In fact, it may be said that in the town and comity of Sligo all traces of recent dissension have completely disappeared and there seems to be a desire all round that nothing should be done to recall late controversies. The demonstration consisted of a procession through the streets, the laying of the foundation stone of the centenary memo rial and a public meeting in the Market Square. The town was decorated in the most marvelous manner. The greater number of the streets through which the procession passed were a regular avenue of trees. Large trees were planted along the thoroughfares, which were thronged wiui people, l'lags and banners were strewn everywhere and many of the houses were ornamented with evergreens. The procession assembled at the new line. It was headed by a large body of horse men, who were headed bv Mr. T. W. Last week we published the magnificent oration of Archbishop Ireland at the Chicago peace jubilee. On the same occasion, but at the Second Infantry armory, Samuel Gompers, President of the American Federation of Labor, also delivered an address, which has been widely commented upon. Because of his prominence in the labor world great interest attaches to his utterances, and, while we do not agree with him in all things, we publish his speech in full, which was as follows: "In the midst of our rejoicing over the success of our arms, it is well that we look to the causes that brought on our war with Spain and consider the questions which have grown out of it, and the attitude which we, as a liberty loving people of a great republic, should take in regard to them. "What has become of the paeans of praise tor tue brave Cubans? Was our charge against Spain in her refusal to give the people of that island freedom and independence baseless? If we admit this, we at once confess that our war was with out just cause; we confess to a most griev ous wrong committed. Where is the spirit of holdihg out the helping hand in aid of all people struggling for liberty anil inde pendence? Where has flown this great outburst of our sympathy for the and liberty-lovin- g Cubans? Is it not strange that now for the first time we hear that the Cubans are unfit for that, whether they protest against it or not, they must be dominated by us,annexcd to us, or become a dependency of ours? ...r..i Irish-Americ- - ut well-forme- s, well-know- Bal-lin- could-scarcel- y d, KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. Devoted to the Moral nittl Social Advancement of all Irish contempt." So says Mr. O' Grady, and the truth of his statement has been proved repeatAmericans. edly in the history of our unhappy good-nature- d WIIl,iam 2. SUBSCRIPTION HIGGIXS, PubilHher. Second-Clas- s relations with the partner. It is supported alike by experience d PRICE, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. 5INQLE COPY, 5c. and common sense. Matter. Entered nt the Louisville Postofflco ns Address all Communications to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, 326 West Green Street. - Mr. Patrick Murphy, with the LouisWORLD OF LABOR. ville Southern, and Miss Mary Murphy, Miss Anna Mullen has returned home a lovely Russellville girl, were uuited in James McGill and Herman Christen are to be her ultimate purpose to the THE FASHODA MATTER. after a pleasant visit to friends in Bullitt the bonds of matrimony at Russellville being boomed for the Presidency of the on Wednesday. They will go to house Central Labor Union. county. Nile, its tributaries and watershed. keeping at Highland Park. may and there may not be A glance There Messrs. Higgins and Owen will make at the map of Africa reMr. James C. McLaughlin has been Mr. John T. Hickey, who was married their reports of the business transacted war between England and France veals that England now spending the past week at West Baden claims the last Wednesday to .Miss Bridget Mona-ha- at the printers' convention at Syracuse at Springs. over the Fashoda. The newspaper heart of Africa has opened a place of business at the next meeting of the local union. from Cairo to the reports are all via English sources, Cape of Good Hope, The Supreme Court of Utah has deMrs. Minnie Q'Bryan, of Owensboro Seventh and Oak streets. He has emabout all the law. has been visiting friends in this city the ployed Will Reilly to assist him, who, as clared constitutional the eight-hou- r and this, coupled with the eager- continent worth having, and that a drawing card, will prove a credit to Those opposed to it say they will carry past week. ness of the newspapers to cater to she includes in himself and also to Mr. Hickey. the matter to the United States Supreme her claim the posMrs. V. I7. Murphy entertained th the popular craving for the exciting session, actual or claimed, Court. of others Miss Hannah O'Brien, one of the best Short Story Club at her home in Park The Federal Labor Union, composed of and sensational by exaggerating the besides France Italy, known young ladies in the southern part land last night. Germany, workingmeu following various vocations, of the city, and Mr. John E. Foley were magnifying rumors and dis- Portugal, truth, Holland, and the indeMr. Ollie Borders, of Springfield, Ky, married Wednesday morning at St. Louis but mainly those without trades, is atcussing mere surmises, makes the pendent States of was the guest of Mr. Tames McKiernan Bertrand church. Mr. Foley is a Deputy taining large proportions, seventy-seve- n South Africa. members being added to the roll at the during the past week situation appear really worse than But aside from these, Marshal of Indianapolis. The couple will her declaralast meeting. 1 be at home after November 10 at 2530 is, England does it is. The fact yu cliarhs P Dehler has returned tion to seize and control, to the exThe next meeting of the American united Irish representation, backed from Cincinnati, where he went to attend Delaware street, North Indianapolis. not want war; she never does, at clusion of all other Federation of Labor will be held at Kancommercial nanuptials France, like tions, bv the full volume of Irish nonulnr Ule Mr. Charles Kavanaugh, one of the sas City in December. The friends of C. least single-handeL L the natural waterway of n employes in the Louisville & Wf Coy, of the Horseshoers' Union, want armed opinion, the just claims of Ireland The many friends of Mrs. John Breen the other powers of Europe, Africa the Nile, its tributaries and Nashville boiler shops, was united in to see him represent the local central can no longer be scoffed at and ig will regret to learn that she is ill. Her marriage Wednesday afternoon to Miss body on that occasion. and prepared as they have been for watershed is speedy recovery is hoped for. not likely to be tolMary Connaughton, the Rev. Father The Executive Board of the Colorado nored. years for the inevitable general war erated by France or any of the other Mr. I'. G. Nugent is home after a pleas Logan, of St. Louis Bertrand church, State Federation of Labor has sent out which must come sooner or later, nations of the world. SCHOOL TRUSTEES. ant visit to St. Louis, where he attended performing the ceremony. The bride is circulars covering a plan to secure the If England a handsome and loveable young lady. wants war and does not. The Fa- persists in and attempts to the ball of the Veiled Prophets. election of members of organized labor enforce to the Legislature, both House and SenIn the selection of School Trus shoda question, really a small issue this claim, the issue The marriage of Miss Alecn Muldoon ate, at the coming fall election. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mulligan are back becomes of tees partisanship lines should be from Chicago, where they were the guests and Mr. Byron Hilliard, which has been at first, has, owing to the latest international importance, The Tennessee Miners' Union at a not alone set for November 15, will be a home wed obliterated and only educated men, of the latters' sister, Mrs. Rooney. assumed an in- with claims of England, meeting held in Kuoxvillc Monday voted France. ding. Miss Minnie Hilliard, sister of the Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Shaughnessy, of St, groom, will be maid of honor, and Miss to oppose Hon. James A. Fowler, the ternational importance that may This advanced position of Eng- those capable of advancing the edu Republican candidate for Governor, on Louis, city for a provoke a general conflict. General land, however, may have the effect cational interests of the community, visiting were in theMrs. Tierney,few days Hannah 'Muldoon and Miss Louise Mad account of the fight made by him in in Port din, of Nashville, bridesmaids. their aunt, Mr. elected to that responsible position. land. and widespread war has resulted of deferring and preventing prosecuting miners in the Coal Creek disO. Brand will officiate in the capacity of war. trict six years ago. Such a man is Dr. John A. Galvin, from smaller and less significant and finally bringing about a Mr. Jerry O'L'eary, of Eighteenth and best man. better A manifesto has been issued by the condidate for School Trustee issues. High, who has been very ill for the past understanding and definite settle Dan Coblens is receiving the congratu leaders of the labor movement in LimWhen, several years ago, England ment of the whole African question the Eighth and Ninth wards. He month, is reported on the road to re ttons of his host of friends upon his mar erick city requesting all interested in covery. M. Klein, a most the welfare of the toilers to secure for riage to Miss started southward from Egypt, and along a line to open up the Dark is a gentleman of education and The ceremony them in the City Council proper and real Miss Carrie Higgins entertained a uum estimable young lady. coast east Continent to refinement, and with the board France from the west was performed Tuesda5' by the Rev representatives under the new local Govthe enterprise and composed of such men there need ber of friends at an elegant luncheon Rabbi Mueller. Mr. Coblens is one of ernment law. ward, to penetrate Africa, establish commerce of the world, even Mondav eveninir. Covers were laid for at the the most extensive cigar manufacturers President McKinley appointed John L. ing posts of occupation, it was evi sacrifice of both England and De no tear on tne part or parents 01 sixteen 111 Louisville, and tne nappy bride has Kennedy, of Washington, a n day dent that they must meet some France. One thing is certain, how erratic and radical changes in the Miss Katie Sheehy, of 1134 West Oak warm friends in all parts of the city. printer, fortnerlv President of the Typo and then come a crash for supre ever, England's claim will not be course of study and consequent street, is visiting relatives in Chicago graphical Union of that city, a member of Mr. John L. Riehtn and Miss Minnie unnecessary outlay of money. He where she will remain until after the C. Phelan were united in marriage at th the Industrial Commission, 111 the place happened at Fashoda conceded, macy, just as although for the pres Holidays. of Frank P. Sargent, who resigned when Catholic church at Seymour, Ind., last The claims of either to sovereignty ent a truce apparently recognizing stands for the public .schools and a elected Chief of the Brotherhood of Loco Mr. Edward J. Daltoti is receiving con Tuesday, Rev. Father Conrad officiating, motive Firemen. first-clas- s over anv nart of the country are it may be arranged to avoid education. a con gratulations from his many friends upor They left for a brief bridal trip to Cincin Tim Foley and Mike Berg constitute equally void as a matter of right fiict. his appointment to the police force. He nati and Dayton, Ohio, after which they FRANK A. LENZ. hard team to match in the blacksmithing will return to tins city for future resi will make a good officer. their claims are based solely on con dence, where Mr. Rlieim is engaged in and horseshoeing business. Tim Foley IRELAND ROBBED. question at issue being quest, the The office of Magistrate in this Mr. and Mrs. John J. Schnell, who business, being a member of the firm of is one of the best horseshoers 111 Louis ville, while Mr. Berg is an Under the caption, "ThatFinan city is an important one, and it is a were married recently, are now residing Harding & Rheim. onlv one of orior possession, or A blacksmith. They are located at Fifteenth at 030 Magnolia street, where they are at cial Grievance," Mr. James Sweet duty our citizens owe to the cause rather, in the Fashoda matter, The Lilac Club entertained its friend and Rown and employ only union men home to their numerous friends. and intent to man contributes a trenchant article of justice and good government to at their club rooms in Adams' Hall last of the first class. nrior notice of claim Mr. William A. Bannon, of West Wal Friday evening. Music and refreshments The Allied Printing Trades Council to the New Ireland Review for Oc vote for the best men offering for take possession. nut street, is rejoicing over the arrival of were indulged in until a late hour. The composed of representatives of the van . 4 T quietly but rapidly ioDer. France has in aoie and convincing that high place. At the coming an neir at 111s iioine. 1 lie boy arrived officers of the club are Thomas S. Fla 011s branches engaged in the printing pushed her advance, beingly only terms the writer sets forth the case election it is necessary to elect a Thursday, and his mother is doing well hive, President; Michael R. Hartnett business, held a meeting last Monday Vice President; John P. Chawk, Secretary evening and adjourned to meet at Beck'; heard of when surprising England for Ireland against the predominant Magistrate in the Fifth district, A delightful birthday party was ten and Treasurer; Executive Committee, Hall Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock. It euphemistically termed comprising the rirst, second and dered Miss Ida Duffy Monday evening in Thomas F. Broderick, Tim I. Swift. Ed is especially desired that ull'delegates be by occupying some position unex' nation ,. I I present, as matters of great importance pectedly. Only a few months ago partner in a nuauciai "arrange Third wards. For this position Mr. honor of her fifteenth birthday at her F. Toomey and Dan II. Hartnett. home, 172(5 Baird street. Many friends to the trades will come up for consider.! RECENT DEATHS. occupied five posts in the "neu ment ' which would not be borne Frauk A. Lenz, the well known were present. she The nuptials of Mr. Joseph Flaherty tion. and Miss Mayme Hayes, a popular couple by any people but under the coer- lawyer, is a candidate, and as he tral zone" west of the Nile. Eng Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Hogan have the In the matter of the dispute between Martin Glenn's many friends will be of the West End, Jeffersonville, were land protested, utterly oblivious of cion of armed might alone. In the possesses in a high degree the nec- pleased to learn that he has recovered solemnized at St. Augustine's church the painters' organizations of the country sympathy of their friends in the loss of their the fact that she, too, was violating initial paragraph Mr. Sweetman essary qualifications and will prove from a serious illness and is able to re Tuesday morning. Rev. Father Ernest resolutions were adopted at the recent buried little daughter Nellie, who was in St. Louis cemetery Tuesday. sume his position with the Louisville & Andran performed the ceremony. Mr, session of the Executive Council of the neutrality by establishing military lays down a truth which, common an honest and just official, we com Nashville Company. American Federation of Labor recogniz' Frank Lynch and Miss Jo ie Coleman, of Mrs. Amelia Nagle, aged seventy years. nosts in this same territory. Her place and as it appears, mend him to the voters of the Fifth city, were the attendants. A recep ing the Brotherhood of Painters and passed away this week at her home, 1810 Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Fitzgerald and this number of Irish Unionists decline magisterial district. He is head Misses Edith and Carrie Fitzgerald will tion was tendered the young couple at Decorators of America with headquar Grayson street. She is mourned by a demand that France withdraw was ters at Baltimore as the bona fide organ the refused; France's proposition that to accept. He says: "All citizens and shoulders above his two com spend the winter at the Gait House, hav and residence of the groom's parents, Mr, izatiou of the trade and entitled to the large circle of friends and acquaintances. Mrs. Patrick Flaherty, on Broadway home to ing rented their Third-avenu- e recognition and assistance of organized both withdraw their troops and each are beuelited by the prosperity of petitors. We regret to announce the death of Mr. and Mrs. Saunders Jones. The marriage of William Hoy, the labor. Parrick McGofT, of 348 Nineteenth street, fellow-citizen- s, be allowed to trade in the "neutra their and hurt by The convention held in New Britain by which occurred Thursday afternoon. His Mr. Labouchere, in a recent issue Mrs. B. V. Berry, her daughter, Mrs, mute eutfielder of the National League, zone" was declined by England, the their want of prosperity. We can now a member of the Louisville team, the Connecticut State Branch of the funeral will take place this morning from Clell Crawford, and grandchildren, Ru- final result being a joint occupation not live apart, even if we wished. of London Truth, says: "Official delle and Henry Crawford, have returned and Miss Anna M. Lowery, also a mute. American Federation of Labor was the St. Patrick's church. largest held in years. Reports from the beine unable to oust the other Our lives act on the lives of our residences in Ireland to do seem to to their homes at Nolin, Ky., after a very took place Wednesday evening in the various officers show a steady increase 111 Miss Mary E. Coleman died at the resi chapel of the Children's Home, in which pleasant visit to Mrs. James McKiernan from "neutral" territory, they seem neighbors, and are acted on by be popular with the holders of high all local unions, numerically and finan dence of her mother, Mrs. Catherine institution Miss Lowerv was long office in the couutry who are not Miss Mayme Breunau is considered a teacher. The groom's present to the cially. The session continued four days, Coleman, 2132 Bank street, Thursday to have tacitly agreed to divide their lives. As an instance, wages luring which time several resolutions, evening. She was a very n are lower in Ireland than in Eng' Irish. The Chief Secretary's Lodge mascot by her friends. At a fair some bride was $5,000 in Government bonds. plans, etc., were adopted, and if carried lady and the daughter of it up. the late Patrick time ago she won a $0 gold piece in players and officials, and The Louisville England continues ner course land, because in proportion to the in the Phoenix Park an imposing lottery. Dave Burke has the players of the Cincinnati club, sent out as expected one year hence the re- Coleman. sult will be surprising. looking building with spacious lawns christened her the luckiest girl in town. handsome presents of silverware. down the Nile, and France toward number of laborers there are fewer Mrs. Elizabeth Doyle, aged sixty-fiv- e The Secretary of the Retail Clerks' and gardens, overlooking the wide' the Nile. The English defeat the men with capital to need their la One of this season's happiest weddings National Protective Association reports years, while sitting at the fireside at her Miss Rose Reilly, of 1468 High avenue, Southall streets, at 7 o'clock Dervishes and capture Khartoum, bor. Besides this material iniurv stretching 'Fifteen Acres,' with has returned to the city after a three- - occurred Wednesday afternoon, when eight new locals organized since the ad' home, 1310night, died suddenly. The Dublin mountains in the back months'' visit to her mother and relatives Rev. Father Logan, at the Dominican journment of the convention a few weeks Saturday capital of the Soudau, at the junc rom capital which we all suffer, wcstmeatli, Ireland. Miss Reilly church, pronounced the words uniting in ago. This association is also meeting funeral took place Monday morning from in tion of the Nile rivers, just as the there is no stronger proof that we ground has not been inhabited all greatly enjoyed her trip across the ocean the holy bonds of wedlock Mr. John with fair success in its attempts to estab the residence of her son, Mr. Edward Hickey and Miss Bridget Monahan. The lish the early closing custom and the six- - Doyle, and the remains were interred in French take possession of Fashoda, are a conquered country than the this year. Mr. Gerald Balfour has Pat Donnelly, connected with the city bride and bridesmaid, Miss Nellie Lin- - day week. The national organization is St. Louis cemetery. on the Nile, several hundred miles act that we are paying England a been very little in Ireland lately, street department work, will be united in skie, presented a lovely appearance. Mr. affiliated Mrs. Mary Kennedy, aged seventy-fou- r unlike the Under Secretary, Sir marriage on Thanksgiving day to Miss John O'Brien officiated as best man. The of Labor, with inthe American Federation farther south. England's demand tribute of some three millions and nearly all cases the locals years, a very highly respected old lady, Mary E. Corcoran, ceremony was witnessed by a for the withdrawal of the French year, ror my pare 1 think we David Harrel, who is rarely absent ly respected young one of the most high friends of the happy couple, thanliost of are connected with the central labor died at 2 o'clock M,onday morning from ladies of the West whom bodies, the ailments nttpnrl.iiif itrtnn r1,1 n from his residence in the Phoenix 1U was refused. England based her should rise up from this position of End. none are more popular or well known. funeral took place from the residence of TRINITY COUNCIL. After the ceremony a reception and din demand on her right over the entire slavery, and that all Irishmen should Park. Would it be quite accept her son, Thomas Kennedy, 1222 Twelfth Mrs. Mamie Meehan Grady, able to the Scotch people to have bal, Mo., is spending a few of Hanni ner were held at the residence at Seventh Soudan as part of Egypt, the claim unite in a joint demand that this weeks as the and Oak streets, where they have gone to Trinity Couucil, Young Men's Insti street, Wednesday morning, and from 524 the Sacred Heart church half an hour to which she had previously an tribute should cease." The writer an Irish Chief Secretary managing guest of her mother, Mrs. Mary Meehan, housekeeping, and Mr. Hickey will en tutc, held a meeting at its on East Broadway. Mrs. Grady was for gage in business for himself. ;ast Madison street, Monday evening, later. The interment was in St. Louis liou'nced and in the conquest of then proceeds to deal with the sub their affairs, living chiefly in Ire- merly Principal of the Preston-stree- t with a large attendance. Two members cemetery. which she is and has for years been ject unner three heads viz., our and and always out of Scotland? school. The Comia Euchre Club was hand were initiated and two admitted to mem APPRECIATED. erhaps, under such circumstances, somely entertained by Miss Mary Long bership. The meeting was full of inengaged. France's reply seems to grievances ; how to obtain their re Miss Lily W. Lindon is receiving the at her home, 1010 East Walnut street, terest. Mrs. Mary Cox has tendered her thanks have refuted England's first ground dress; what form that redress should they, too, might develop an extra congratulations of her friends. She cap- Tuesday evening. The guests were treat Brother W. C. Bittner sent the council to the members of Young Men's Division, tured first prize;, for graceful riding in a ed to an dose of original sin." by proving priority of notice and take. After dealing exhaustively elegant luncheon. Miss Anna an invitation to attend the marriage of No. 0, and Mackin Council for their wheel contest recently. There were two McFarland won the first prize, a lady's himself and Miss EmtnaJIoltevert Octo kindness in giving beginning of .conquest of the sec with the report of the Royal Comthe There are five aspirants for Con prizes, Miss Molly bnowe winning the rocker, while Clarence Borders captured ber 2G at St. Boniface church. The invi the ball game playedher the proceeds of by members of second one. tion in dispute by several years; mission the report of English ex prize offered the gentlemen. Miss tation was accepted and the Correspond these two popular the gress trom this district. Hon. societies. The sum that the Fashoda country is not perts, whose sense of justice com- Oscar Turner will represent us Mr. Dominick Martin, Jr., residing on Maggie Brady and Thomas O'Brien car ing Secretary instructed to write a letter realized was a handsome one and could in East Laurel street, who has been confined ried off the consolation prizes. Among of congratulation to Brother Bittner. not have been used for a better purpose. within the area of the Egyptian pelled them to give a verdict against Washington. to his home with throat troubles for the those present were Misses Mary, Maggie The euchre given Wednesday evening There is a hitch in the contemplated Soudan, previously claimed by Eng- their own country and in favor of past six weeks, Is now reported improv- and Nellie Long, Anna McFarland, Lizzie by Trinity was a pleasant affair. The Every reader of this paper should ing, and his friends hope to see him out Murphy, Agnes Sheridan, Maggie Dal-to- first prizes were won by Miss Lula Stey match between Jimmy Barry and Terry then enters a claim to the reland land, Mr. Sweetman turns to Maggie Brady, Mary Kelly, Mary, and Adam G. Schneider and the consola- McGovern, owing to the fact that the right to hold a post on the banks of the problem: How are we to obtain feel it a duty to go to the polls and in about a week. Maggie and Josie Godfrey; Messrs. E. J. tion by Mrs. Pat Byron and Charles J. Greater New York Athletic Club refuses to post the entire purse money with some the Nile and to use that stream and the redress of our grievances? He cast his vote on November 8. James J. Brown, of Eighteenth and Dalton, James Brady, Mark Ryan, Frank Creuse. High streets, entertained a large number Dacher, Otto Griggs, Clarence Borders, Brother John Mehler, who was ill, is reliable stakeholder. As the lads want its. tributaries, the natural water- quotes Mr. Staudish O' Grady m Michael Lawler .has done great of his friends last Sunday in honor of the Tom O'Brien, William Phalen, George all right now, and able to attend to to be certain of receiving their money. way of the continent, as a highway lis book, "All Ireland." "Com they declare that they will not box unless lovely little maiden that arrived at his Flahiff, George A. Shea, Joe Broderick business. work for the suceess of the Demo- - house recently. James is deserving of and Thomas Fitzpatrick. for international traffic and com- bine Ireland and everything follows; Brother John V. Hogan, of Indianap- the cash is deposited beforehand. dratic ticket. this additional blessing. olis, is still on the sick list. Branch 25, C. K. of A., received a new merce. fail to combine Ireland, and in Lon The Emerald Club was entertained on The next meeting will be held Monday member at their last meeting. This The wedding of Miss Katherine A last Tuesday evening at the residence of evening, attd all members arc urged to England, in reply, asserts her don, in the imperial parliament, With Oscar Turner in Congress branch will soon be one of in Sullivan and Mr. F. W. Martin occurred Miss Katie Greaney in honor of Dr. and be present. claim beyond any heretofore an- and in England generally, we awak- - the entire pepple will be the country. Wednesday afternoon at St. Louis Ber-- 1 Mrs. Christian, of Indianapolis. Dancine Read this paper for Irish news. nounced, though generally believed en no other emotion tnan tnat ot trand church. The maid of honor was was indulged in untiL a late hour and a Patronize our advertisers. LOUISVILLE, KY. SATURDAY, OCT. 29, 1898. As Mr. Sweet-ma- n proceeds to point out, we have to a great degree the remedy in our own hands. "England is ruled by party. The Tory and the Liberal party in the House of Commons each wants to be in power. They have very little in principle to divide them. They must both be democratic to gain the votes of their constituents. In the long run the Irish one hundred members, counting two hundred on a division, will find a time in which one or the other English party will bid for their support." This is the lesson we should follow; but, as Mr. Sweet man points out, it is popular opin ion which must be aroused to over come the inertia of our representa tives. At once the stolid indiffer ence and contempt ot the English : 1... u Unn uy xiuurc uif uiuuiuua is f delightful repast was served. Those present were Misses Katie Greaney, Mayme Kelly, Edna Crandle, Julia Kelly, Minnie Mackey, Bertha Buckel, Amelia Robinson, Annie Gerst, Katie Devine, Amelia Victoria Cross, Julia Gazalla, Roseline Delaney, Mollie O'Hearn, Nan Murphy of Indiana, and Mesdames McCrann, Scott Ackley, Broderick, Coleman and Dr. and Mrs. Christian, and Messrs. Geo. McCrann, Charlie Obst, Jim Barry, Pat Miss Clara Lenitte and Mr. Thomas Mul- - Savage, Jim Hendricks, Frank Dessell, lauey acted as best man. They are a Edward Cosgrove, Harry Vogel, D. J. Coleman, Walter Morgan, Harry Clark, y very popular young couple and the was witnessed by a large number John Clark, Charlie Rankin, Will Ditti-me- r, Mason McClould, Andy Sweeney of friends, who united in wishing them a and Will Conway of Indianapolis. happy journey through life. cere-mone- REDVERS H, BULLER Left an Honorable Record in Ireland for Speaking the Truth. -- 1 1 Mrs. John J. Shann, of Siebersvillc, is guest of Miss Maytnc Taylor, of this city n, r.. iuu Hoy-Lowe- d. best-know- well-know- as A d il 1 '. iiua iu! . uccn gazeueui 10 command- the troops at Aldershot, vice the Duke of Connaught and Strathearn, was formerly Under Secretary for Ireland during the plan of campaign days. Like the late Gen. Gordon and the late Sir George Gray, this honest English soldier has left an honorable record in Ireland for bluntly speaking the truth as to the relations between landlord and tenant in the South of Ireland without regard to the conventional "official" views of the time, says the Dublin Independent. He was a witness before the Cowper Commission. His evidence was so candid and pertinent that when Sir Charles Russell was arguing before the Parnell Commission that the League was not responsible for the agrarian disturbances in the Countv Kerry he read out the whole of Sir Redvers Buller's evidence and adopted it as his case. It was the time previous to the land act, 1887, when the Irish Government, under Sir Michael Hicks Beach, was bringing "pressure within the law" upon the landlords to induce them to meet the fall of prices by voluntarily granting reductions of rent. Sir Redvers Buller. in ins evidence, supported this policy: uiiiik me judge, when an ejectment was brought into court, should have the discretion of saying whether he would evict or not. There should be some means of modifying and redressing the grievances of rents being still higher than the people can pay. You have got a very iiniorant. poor people and the law should look after them, instead of which it has only looked after the rich. You can never have peace in this part of the country unless you create some legal equipoise or legal equivalent that will supply the want of freedom of contract that now exists between landlord and tenant some legal machinery which should give the tenant an equivalent for the pressure that the landlord is able to put on him owing to his love of the land." Sir Redvers Buller proceeded to cite specific cases of tenants being evicted whom he had clear evidence could not possibly pay their rents. He boldly justified the view held by the people that "the League has been their salvation." And he showed that the only check upon evictions was that the landlords had found out that it did not pay to evict. He gave statistics of the large extent of land lying cierenci round tne town of Killarney. His was equally striking: "The result is that it is no longer possible to enforce legal obligation? Yes. quite so. That hardly looks as if the law was all for the rich? The law well, there is not much law in this part of the country; but a short time ago what law there was was really all on the side of the rich." Sir Redvers Buller won his Victoria Cross in the Zulu war of 1870. He has served in China, I860; in the Canadian Red River Exposition, 1870; in the Ashantee war, 1874; Kaffir war, 1878, and Zulu war, 1878-9- . He has held all the best stafl appointments since. He is not yet sixty years of age. He was created Under Secretary for Ireland almost immediately after his evidence before the Cowper Commission. I Na-tion- al self-evide- nt well-know- club-hous- e, n, the-large- 1 IOB2SttDTJOK:Y IRISH AMERICAN. SPORTING. FRANKFORT. spot where over twenty years ago stood a A statue of one of England's dissolute Kings. It was put up ill the days when I ... the classes ruled in this country and was Events to Take Place Before the Various Percy Haley Announces as a Candidate removed one night by some hardy sons of toil and found a resting place in the Local Athletic Clubs-Ne- ws The dreadful experience of the beautifor the Legislature Hibernian Lee fitting indgnity to a blatant piece ful Katherine NQble, who was saved from of the Ring. of impertinence that had been tolerated Notes and Political Gossip. too long. The monument now to take drowning after clinging for five hours to If you wanted a fine Suit or Overcoat we'd ask you to its place will endure and remind those a plank in the wild waves of the Atlantic, George Dixon is training at Bay Ridge look at Rogers-Pee- t & Co.'s garments. Here you find the who come after us of the heritage they will show to the world what a woman can SPIJCIAI, LKTTKR. for his meeting with Dave Sullivan. fabrics exclusive and fashionable and the workmanship that The prison gunnls and officials Ap- have received from the past, of a work do when buoyed up by faith and confiis lacking in ordinary ready-mad- e Jack Everhardt says that he will no clothing. There is no peared last week in their new uniforms, still uncompleted; of a mission that has dence. She was on the ship Mohcgan do any boxing for at least two months. passed into other hands. Demonstrations when it was wrecked off Cornwall, Eng other store that can clothe you as serviceably and stylishly as and ns they arc all men, like that of Sunday cheer and encourage; A match between George McFadden we can in these garments. We nre sole agents for Rogers, they make quite a fine appearance in they show that there is still much vitality land, at Lizard Point. Over one hundred and Martin Flaherty is being talked Peet & Co.'s line. You know they arc good. Then why people lost their lives. Miss Noble, see g gray uniforms. in the national life of the country, and ing the lifeboats overturned by their new, about. take a chance with other makes ? the fran The Republican officials never tire of though many men have gone wrong they tic men and women who sought to sav Billy Madden has received an offer to "guying" their lucky Democratic friends will return to the fold and, repentant their lives, put on a life preserver, and in match Gus Ruhlin against James Ken We can sell you a Rogers-Pee- t garment During life is the time to do all th nnd claim that the reason gray was will be forgiven and welcomed. The bed the darkness calmly awaited her fate. In nedy, a California heavy-weigh- t. as low as $15; also other makes at the same adopted is because two of the commis rock is all right, and only on the upper a few seconds she was washed overboard good that we can for one another. By The sporting public is taking the Haw price. No end of assortments. Suits that are sioners and the warden and deputy war strata have there been any irregularities by an immense wave. Seizing a plank little thoughtfulncss many comforts can tnorne (iuo s departure irom tlie scene single or double-breastebe brought into the lives of those whom in the stylish smooth or impurities discovered. den are soldiers. near by she clung to it with all confidence of fistic action in a philesophical manner. and rough effects, in blues, black and nobby Percy Haley of this city, one of the that she would be saved and would agai we suspect of having to face privations Tommy Ryan, the champion welter IRISH DRAMA, n W patterns and mixtures. OVERCOATS that young Democratic politicians sec her mother. Imagine one's self in and want. When Aeneas was relating his weight, is out with a card sfating that he troubles and the hardships he had under are imported Covert, made up with strap seams; the midst of the storm-tosse- d in the State, has formally announced Atlantic in gone in shipwreck to Dido, she made use has forsaken the welters for all time to the fancy cloth on the inside forms the lining. himself as a candidate for the Demo complete Harmless, witn scores ot men come. The sleeves are lined with Skinner's satin; the cratic nomination for Representative from The Public Will Be Given and women who a few moments before of that beautiful line quoted by the Latin Frank Erne has been matched to meet seams are silk taped; bellows pockets. These Franklin county in the lower branch of Rare Treat by Divisions were laughing and joking now shrieking poet, "Having suffered misfortunes my self, I know how to pity others." If Kid Lavigne again. They will box twengarments are two of our leaders at the next Legislature. Mr. Halev is the in the agony of death, and being carried Nos. 4 and 6. ty rounds before a San Francisco club for second candidate to enter the race, South down to a watery grave. Yet this woman once we have tested of the bitter draught Trimble, who represented the county at nerved by a confiding faith that she could our hearts can readily respond to the the largest purse offered, "Mysterious" Billy Smith has made up the last session, having announced for At a special meeting of Young Men's and would be saved, never lost presence minor note of distress in the lives of some time ago. The chief Division, No. 0, A. O. H., last Sunday, of mind, but determinedly clung to the others. Let us be up and doing and tear his mind to go to San Francisco. His purpose of people of Franklin county in the proposition to present an Irish drama plank that she found floating in the water away the crust of selfishness that will manager has received a good offer to selecting a representative to serve in the to the public before the holidays was until rescuers came and relieved her from speedily cover us jf we do not stop to match Smith against Young Corbett for next House is to elect a man who can se unanimously adopted, permission having ner terrioie condition, xsotliing more think of those around us who may need twenty rounds. According to a letter received from cure an appropriation for State Capitol been previously obtained from the Coun- dreadful in the time of peril at sea can be our tender ministrations. Another one of our leaders: A genuine Mike Sears by his manager the American buildings. This Mr. Haley claims he can ty Board. imagined. Even on the streets of the Children especially appeal to us when boxer is in fine form for his bout with After perfecting ihe necessary prelimi- city, or in one's own room nt home, to be do with the assistance of some of the English Whipcord or Covert Coat, with full leading Democrats of the State, whose naries, it was decided by those present to surrounded by complete darkness is hor we see them poorly clad in cold weather, Jabez White, which is scheduled to be silk linings of the sort that don't wear out influence he can bring to bear to secure give the entertainment under the joint rible. How much worse, then, to be in In one school that I know of several of decided at Birmingham October 29. the first season. If you would rather have the little ones have had no shoes, scan auspices of Divisions 6 and 4, thus assur the midst of inky blackness tossed in the such an appropriation. In the preliminary between Kid St. it with shoulder linings of silk only, we can Division No. 1, A. O. II., w'll give its ing the success of the undertaking. These waters of the turbulent Atlantic? What tiest of underwear and no little coat or Clair and Tommy McQuaid at Music Hall initial hop next Monday evening, Octo divisions possess much of the best ama- man will say that woman and weakness wraps. Well dressed people in the neigh Monday night the youngsters showed up give it to you that way, too. The fit can't ber 31 (All Hallowe'en), at theirnew hall teur talent to be found in the city, and are synonymous? If anv such is to be borhood sec these little children day after fast and game and were greatly applaud be bettered if you get your right size, and in the Kleber building, South Side with the support of the large member- found he ought to be relegated to the list day attired in such poor garments, but ed. McQuaid was Riven the decision. there is 110 trouble about that in a stock like Every member is requested to attend ami ship of the two divisions this year's play of fossils so antiquated that history can yet do not seem to notice the little ones, The Kentucky Athletic Club announces If a suffering child can be thus ignored ours. We lead with the low price will no doubt surpass all previous efforts not tell his age. invite one or more friends to come. A date for the return match between how much more likely will it be the fate the in this line. fine orchestra has been engaged and Jim Ryan and Jim Franey as November It is said that we never appreciate our of a man or woman, writer or artist, poet 11. On account of his Texas fight, President John J. Lannon appointed good time is assured every one who Ryan Messrs. Frank G. Cunningham, Dennis J. country until we have left it for another, or sculptor, as the case may be. attends. has been in pretty constant training and All members of Division No. 1, A. O Kennedy and John E. Yenner as a com Women certainly do not realize how :; -Father Faber says that kind words are wants the contest to take place as soon as H., of Frankfort, now receiving the Ken mittee to represent the Young Men's Di- blessed they are until they see or read of possible. tucky Irish American are earnestly re vision, and President Hennessy will ap- the manner m which women are treated the music of the world. How much Peter Mailer has not started to train for in countries on the other side of the more kind deeds ! And yet we are all quested to give their subscriptions to Mr. point n like committee from Division 4. his coming contest with Kid McCoy, j . . SEE OUR WINDOWS With such workers in charge as water. The condition of women in the kind, but only thoughtless aud careless D. J. McNamara, and to pay the same on although the affair is a little less than six old countries makes us shiver when we through habit. or before November 10. Mr. McNamara Messers. Cunningham, Mackcv, llolley, weeks away. McCoy is not doing any Annik Nijvin Cunningham. will receipt for same. The paper will Tierney, Daniels and others from Divis see how degraded their condition of life work either. As no money is up the G and a like number from Division 4 is in some of them and the terrible labors shortly be enlarged and will become the ion sports are inclined to think that the affair best weekly published in America at one the seats should all be sold bofore the they have to perform. Right now in LOVE MAY UNLOCK BARS, will never come off. Vienna, the capital of Austria, women dollar per year. The members are also evening of the performance. Frank Moron, of New York, has re As soon as the play to be presented has alone are building a palace for the impe requested to talk up the paper to their rial family of Hapsburg. They mix mor Faithful Wife Comes from Ireland to ceived a letter from Spike Sullivan, who friends and urge them to give their sub be; n decided upon it will be announced i is now at Boston. Spike writes that he Visit Sing Sing Prl?on, Where in these columns. Already some of the tar, carrying it in immense tubs on their scripttons to Mr. McNamara. is prepared to meet any good lightHer Husband Suffers. The Democratic County Committee best professional talent in this city have heads, shoulder hods filled with brick weight. If he fails to catch on Spike will met in this city last week and fixed the volunteered their assistance, which will and do work that even men here might immediately go to England, where he be taken advantage of, and some of our not do. Machinery should be forced into Democratic primary for December 28, Thanks to Sister Mary Xavier, of St. has received a good offer to box Johnny when a Representative will be nominated. handsomest young ladies will be seen on service to save human muscle and bone, Catharine's Convent of the Sisters of Hughes, the English light-weigchamNot so in this mediaeval land of Austria The Republicans concede this is a victory the stage upon that occasion. women are the drudges and take the Mercy, at No. 1075 Madison avenue, pion. for the Hon. South Trimble, who is a places of pack horses, while soldiers and Pierce Hennessy and nis wife were re The next event in the fistic arena is OUR LATE WAR, candidate for hut the know officers m liveried uniforms pass haught united for a short time on Thursday that of Monday night, when Tommy ing ones say that the aforesaid gentleman DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR ily by, either carelessly promenading or last. On that day the good Sister took Hogan and Eugene Bezenah meet at will not be returned to the Kentucky wife to Sing Sing prison, in which Music Hall in a twenty-roun- d contest. mere are The Agency for the Most Com riding in carriages. What a parody on the House ot Representatives, civilization! What a burlesque on the Pierce Hennessy is serving a ten years Indications are that this will be one of -History Awarded several unofficially announced candidates, plete high-tonechivalrous education of so sentence. the best contests that has ever been pulled Notwithstanding the inclemency of the to M. W. Murphy. The meeting was an affecting one, and off in Louisville from a purely scientific called aristocratic men, who breathe the weather last Tuesday evening, quite a Solicits Your Support. Election November, 1898. air of courts surrounded by every luxury the keeper turned away while the hus- standpoint. It is the general opinion large crowd attended the regular meeting band and wife wept. Sister Mary Xavier that Tommy Hogan is the best featherMr. M. W. Murphy, of 2407 West and who yet are willing to see the women of the A. O. II., which proved to be one and a younger sister,- - who accompanied weight that ever stepped into the local n member of of their land down in the substratum of of the most interesting in the history of Broadway, and a Society, slavery and degradation. In England her, were the only witnesses to the ring. That Bezenah is about on a par is II'dANIFX the division. Several important ques- the Kentucky reunion. DOUGHERTY. THOMAS KEENAN. shown by the forty-roun- d draw that he tions came up for consideration and were has accepted the agency for the latest women work side by side with their hus It was for this that the wife had fought with Oscar Gardner, giving the ably debated. Several entertainments and most complete illustrated history of bands and fathers in the mines down in come alone from Ireland. She had not Omaha Kid what he admitted to be the will be given in the near future a hop "Our War with Spain," by Hcni. H. B. the bowels of the earth where the glorious seen tier Husband since she bade him hardest fight of his life. next Monday, a smoker the week follow Russell, Senator Proctor and Senator light of day never penetrates. In other good-b- y at Belfast two years ago. He European countries they plow and The twenty-roun- d contest between Jim ing and a book reception the following Thurston. The magnificently-illustrateshipped as fireman on the steamship and scholarly volume gives a labor in the fields, while with us the lat Watts, of this city, and Jim Janey, of Bal week. Several dances will be given after richly-fille- d Beacon Light, and the wife waited in timore, which took place at Music Hall A euchre will probably be complete and authentic history of the ter work for women is very exceptional. advent. tor the word which Monday night under the auspices of the war from its begin Nowhere in the world are women more vain for months given on the evening of Thanksgiving. Spanish-America- n never came. Louisville Athletic Club, was decided in J Taken all in all, quite a nice time socially ning to its close. Its authors are three respected or better loved than in our own IZ29 West Market Street, Bet. Twelfth and Thirteenth j Then, not long ago, she received a let country, so that America is men, Hon. Henry B. Rus is in store for the members of Division widely-know- n Watts' favor in the seventh round on ter from Sister Mary Xavier. It broke TE5TEJI?I-IOII-3 jI 1240-2sell, Hon. Redfield Proctor and Hon. ly our own dear laud. account of the interference of Al Herford, j 111 No. 1, A. O. II. as sently as possible the news that Janey's manager, who had leaped into Brother Patrick O'Brien speut several John M. Thurston. Their entire familiar All Calls Promptly Attended to, Dny or Night. Cnr- - J A Right now in India, owing to the Pierce Hennessy was in Sing Sing prison, the after Watts hod fouled him. Had days of last week in Louisville. He re- ity with the political history of the coun Occasions, unreasonable and cruel taxes imposed on having been found guilty of highway the ring referee performed his duty there is no turned in time for the meeting Tuesday try, their fund of statistical information, the people by the English Government, robbery soon after his arrival jjj at this doubt but that Janey would have gotten their independence and fearlessness, all over 70 night. per cent, of the population have port. the decision. Watts is a hugger and guarantee mat tins work is one ot more The story taken to highway FROM CORE, than ordinary value. It presents a deep glaring sample robbery for a living. A Sister, whose told by Hennessy to the bucks like a broncho, never standing up mission it is to visit the as of England's fairness and a game man should. There is nothing er, broader, more exhaustive exhibit of desire to see a weak nation prosper! Tombs and Sing Sing prison, is as fol in his way of boxing to commend him. the long train of causes which culminat Ground into lows: the earth by excessive tithes Memorial to Ireland's Heroes ed in the conflict than can be found in Tom Lansing went to Wheeling Tues "While ashore one night with several and the exorbitant interest demanded for Erected in a Most Hisany other work. It is the most ample, use of money, desolated by famine men from my ship I entered a saloon in day to take the place of Australian Jimmy brilliant and readable book that the war the pestilence, subjected by d torical Spot. contest with and their English West street. There I met a man who Ryan in a has called forth. It is not only rich in rulers to all sorts of hardships, what won invited me to drink. I accepted, and John Finnegan, of Pittsburg. As the historical information, but as instructive contest progressed Lansing became the The demonstration in the city of Cork in its method of presentation as it is fas der that these poor people should take to soon afterward we left the place. Hardly had we got outside before two favorite, owing to the rowdy conduct of stealing instead of working, to the prac when the foundation stone was laid of a cinating in narrative. strange men ran up and assaulted the the friends of his opponent, and when the tice of murdering and slaying their monument to the heroes of four importlue magmticent illustrations include a 428-43- 0 -- FOREast .Icf fcrsoii St. man with me. I tried to protect him, Pittsburg boy was given the decision on a rather than to the arts of peace? ant periods in Irish history ('98, 1803, '48 series of seven superb steel-plat- e portraits "Man's inhumanity to man has made and was struck in the eye and nearly foul in the fourteenth round the hissing FAMILY AND MEDICINAL USE and '07), was one of the most remarkable of President McKmley, Generals Miles, Horses and Vehicles to Hire continued for several minblinded. A policeman appeared, and the aud countless thousands mourn." that ever passed through the streets of Shafter and Merritt and Admirals Dewey, utes. Lausing knocked Finnegan down at All Hours at Reasonable 407 East Jefferson Street. England's mourners are numbered by two men disappeared. I told the police Cork. For the first time in recent years, Sampson and Schley. It also contains man tlie truth, but he doubted my story twice in the first round aud had him all so full of discords and bitterness, conflict colored and elaborate maps, showing in the millions. And yet this Brandt House 905 West Market St. Rates. and accused me of being implicated in but out, but he gave a marvelous exhibiTelephone 1140. Telephone 1140. and surprises, we saw Nationalists who great detail Cuba, the Philippines, Porto body and soul destroying monstrosity tion of gameness. Lansing's victory was the robbery. The man had lost G0. differ widely on many points of doctrine Rico, the Hawaiian Islands, etc. There seeks to swallow all the lands of the "I was locked up and the robbed man only a question of time. He came out and policy united in paying a just tribute are besides a large number of maps and earth, not even excepting our own. Is it was kept in the House of Detention. without a scratch, while his opponent not wonderful that any number of men to the memory of the dead who died for diagrams inserted in the text to illustrate The case was tried before Judge Cowing. bled from half a dozen cuts on his face Ireland, says an Irish correspondent. battles, campaigns, naval operations, etc. could become so blinded to their own and A lawyer was assigned to defend me, but aud head. This unity was possible without a sacri- There are also thirty-tw- o magnificent their nation's interests as to be deceived I could not Tommy Ryan, of Syracuse, made, his raise $50 to pay him, and so by any seeming friendliness on the part fice of any of those principles for which e illustrations. middle-weigat, the Greater of such a brutalizing government as Eng when the case came up I had no lawver. bow as a the different sections have been contendMr. Murphy is a most reliable gentle I protested my innocence, and asked New York Athletic Club, Coney Island, EIGHTH ing in recent years. In this country there man, and we commend him to those who land? Or wish to engraft her customs time in which to communicate with my Monday night, and got a decision over can only be one opinion of the unselfish- wish to make a valuable addition to their onto burs, or endeavor to secure her false friends in Ireland. I had been in the Jack Bonner, of Philadelphia, in a 1 ness and heroism of the revolutionaries home libraries. The work is only sold friendship for our straighs'out, manly and bout. Bonner, who knocked S honorable methods? And yet there are country only three weeks. of the periods named, and though we by subscription and the terms are very The man who was robbed was in Dan Creedon out not long ago. was out 05c Finest Vanilla and Lemon Creams cads and hypocrites, and many right here have come somewhat tardily to honor reasonable. 75c Finest Fruit Creams in Louisville, who are seeking today to toxicated at the time, and he had told classed by Ryan, who fought with superb their memory, it is being done in no nig 05c Sherbets, the very best the police he did .not know who robbed science and generalship. Bonner got one ally themselves aud all of us with this gard manner, but with earnestness, en GOMPERS' $1.00 Four Flavored Bricks of the worst beatings that any fighter immense reptile that would like to cover him. When the case came up in court thusiasm and pride. Guaranteed strictly pure. and of finest quality. Salt Rising Bread a specialty. us first with the slime of its friendship the police had worked upon him so that ever received at a New York club, but he CONTINUED I'ROM FIRST PACK. for weddings and parties made and ornamented to In the great demonstration on Sunday he made a sworn statement that I robbed stayed to the limit by sheer grit and S All kinds of Fancy Cakes all parts of the country. If you like our goods, tell before desfroying us. But the odor of order. Goods shipped to every Nationalist interest was fully repre of uncertainty, oppression and strife. the slime is apparent to the nostrils of hitn. I was found guilty, and here I gameness. He was unable to hit Ryan your friends. If not, tell us. Special prices for dealers, hotels and large orders. sented. The corporation and public more than a dozen effective blows in the Everywhere our flag must be greeted as g men, and they avoid its am." boards, the trades, clubs and associations 5144 nnd Sixter Mary Xavier believed the con fight, but he kept trying to land his powemblem of peace and as a rebuke to touch as they would a miasma. all joined in the impressive spectacle. the vict's story. She wrote to his wife, and erful right and left banders even when St dishonesty and despotism. We order such demonstrations well in After many years Edgar Allen Poe is to the latter appealed to the highest power he had one eye closed. Bonner was "We have many problems confronting Cork, and if there were any strangers us at home without attempting to divert be honored by the University of Virginia, she knew the church in the person of grggy 0" several occasions, but he rewithin our gates who, like Mr. Joseph where he once studied. The Poe Memo- Bishop Shcehan. vived wonderfully, and never showed an Chamberlain, consider the Irish question the thoughts of our people to foreign rial Association of the University has The Bishop had known Pierce Hen inclination to quit under the awful puncomplications of any character. States dead, their eyes must have been opened manship can apply its art to the remedy commissioned the New York sculptor, nessy, and knew His wife to be a good ishment that Ryan delivered at almost as they realized that it is not dead nor of grievous ills from which our people George Julian Folnay, to execute a bust and faithful follower of the church. every stage. Toward the close the victor sleeping, but that it is a living, potent suffer. It is worse than folly, aye, it is of the poet. Prof. Kent, of the Linden What more natural than to write to became merciful, however, and let up in actuality, the problem of the hour, that a crime, to lull ourselves into the fancy Kent Memorial School, says that "Poe Archbishop Corrigan asking htm to see bis attack. Bonner was badly cut and claims solution. The conviction was also that we shall escape the duties which we was no druttkard, not even an habitual that justice followed, if injustice baa bruised, while Ryan escaped without a deeply borne to the mind that the num- owe to mark. Bonner's exhibition of nerve will our people by becoming a nation drinker, but was easily tempted, and been done. MAIN-StRE- Et bers of our people are increasing who arc of conquerors, Archbishop Corrigan therefore wrote be remembered by all who saw him go distegarding the lessons when yielding was easily overcome by losing faith in constitutional agitation. of nearly a century and a quarter of our intoxicants. He struggled with' more or to Warden Sage, asking hitn what kind down in defeat. Some people may say It has long been tried and found wanting, national existence as an independent, less pertinacity against them. The story of a prisoner Hennessy has been. The that Ryan should have knocked his man coming to recognize and at last men are out early in the contest, but the fact that of his life is not that of vice, but of a rest was left for Sister Mary Xavier. progressive, humane and peace-lovin- g that the old methods are the true ones, nation. We can not with safety to our- pathetic struggle against it. His picture, Mrs, Hennessy came over the water the Philadelphia!! was dangerous durinjr atid that it is wisdom to be ready to strike selves or justice to others keep the work- then, should show pathos, not vicious-nes- to be near her husband, She was over- - a majority of the rounds made it neces when the opportunity 6ffers. A fig for ers and melancholy, not despair; sadness, oyed when the Sister of Mercy told her sary tor Ryan to fight with caution. the lovers of reform and simple your parlor Nationalist, who travels with- justice divided, or divert their attention not suffering." she was to see him again. A petition is Ryan says he wants to fight anybody for in the law and deems it heresy fo offend. and thus render them powerless to exto be presented to Gov. Black, asking for the middle-weigchampionship. There While no one will decry the habit of Hennessey's pardon. They are out of date and. must be put on pose corruption and remedy existing in is some probability of Ryan being matchKY. recognizing merit in individuals after one side and their place taken by more The wife will remain in this country ed to meet a first-claman in this city. justices." progressive and daring spirits. how much better wculd it be if we in the hope of a speedy reunion with her It will be a big event for the club that death, Try It. An advertisement in this paper will reach the buying public. could but see that merit during the life- - nusbana tor me. Advertise with us and increase trade, This memorial will be erected on the pulls it off. CHAFF ... i good-lookin- g neat-fittin- time of the person whom we so honor? Frequently these men and women of genius have suffered the direst poverty during thair lives and nothing was done for them; no one took an interest in them, nnd they were allowed to eke out their miserable days and comfortless nights with no sympathetic heart to come to their assistance. It is the old story ogain of the traveler in Africa. Seeing a lot of monkeys rearing an immense pile of stones over a dead companion, he asked one who seemed to be a leader among them what .they were doing. He answered that they were simply imitating mankind by erecting a fine monument over one of their brethren whom they had a short time before maliciously killed By Comparing We Are Sure to Get Your Trade. best-know- 4r d, I $15.00 $12.00 AML V LEVY BROS. THIRD AND MARKET. OSCAR TURNER GONGRESSDoufltierty & well-know- Irish-Americ- Keenan, . d, J UNDERTAKERS, ily ygfeaIaII'nSC HENRY C. LflUER 11 tweuty-five-roun- ene-mie- H WB iimiiiirai 8 Mil SHE c.at-cal- ls full-pag- ht T. J. WATHEN I 629 STREET. tweu-ty-rou- Bakery, Creamery and Ice Cream Factory right-thinkin- Telephones, 38. 1 8 111 brewery If n IN 0 U s; ht ss IT'S PURE. LAGER BEER AND PORTER LOUISVILLE, KISJCTUOKY IKISH AMERICAN burned, and a similar fire occurred a few days before at Dr. Moore's residence on the outskirts of the town. Claims to the amount of over $5,000 have been What They Have Been Doing Record of the Host Important of already lodged with the Secretary to the the Past Week General grand jury. the Recent Events Culled For Clothing for men and boys, Furnishings and Shoes for men, News Notes. When proceeding to Balliiiagarde, BE? GIV13J2V 33Y CCt boys and ladies. Headgear for men, women and children. What- From Exchanges. County Limerick, Mr. F. A. and Mrs. ever you want, you'll find it here more of it than anywhere else Crokerhad a narrow escape from very and for less money This has been a lively week in Hiber serious injuries, owing to the horse at nian circles. A Nationalists in Rooskey arc falling tached to the car in which they were SPECIAL ITEMS. Tom Kecnan keeps a watchful eye on into line in the United Irish League. A driving becoming affrighted and causing Special School Suits, extra good values, at branch will soon be in working order in the vehicle to be upset. Mrs. Croker the interests of his division. Sizes, 7 to 10 years. They are made up for pants have wear: coats are double-breastethe district. A new charter has been granted for a sustained a fracture of the left arm, and double seats and knees. They come in plain blacks and blues and a AT- is estimated that the damage caused Mr. Croker was shaken and more or less division at Charlestown, Mass. It dozen fancy patterns and mixtures. A Knife or Kodak with each by the recent fire at Messrs. Scaly, Bry seriously injured. The car was badly Division No. 2 is adding names to its suit. PHOEN1X TUESDAY, NOV. 22. ers and Walker's. Dublin, amounts to damaged. Dr. F. Kennedy was in im membership roll every meeting. A rich line of Young Men's Suits, sizes 14 about $200,000. to 19, plain colors and fancy patterns, regular mediate attendance. State President Martin Cusick was $7.00 values, at A movement has been started by the The revision of the Cork Parliamen missed from the last meeting of Divis The lady cashing the largest number of tickets will be presented with choice parishionora of the Holy Family parish. tary and Municipal Register concluded ion 1. of Fine Gold Watch, Diamond Ring or 1S Wheel. OUR GREAT SPECIAL KNEE PANTS FOR BOYS. Dublin, to erect n me before Mr. J. R. Stritch, Q. C, and Mr. Aughrim street, The next meeting of the Hibernian Our great Special Knee Pants for boys, made to morial to the late Rev. James P. Murphy. W. H. Brown, B. L. A great deal of Knighta will occur on Friday, Novem stand hard wear, fifty styles to pick from, and a new On the recommendation of his Grace work had to be done, as the list included ber 11. pair if they don't wear 14,000 names, yet the revison was cdn the Duke of Abercorn Mr. Win. G. President Lannon met with a most cor in New , Lettcrkenny. has been appointed ducted with efficiency and expedition dial reception at the last meeting of his Some new and very rich styles in all the new shades. You will a Justice of the Peace for County Don At the close of the proceedings a cordial division. appreciate them if you see them and we'll appreciate it if you'll vote of thanks was passed to the Revis egal. Division 1 has added another valuable look. Sec our window. Curry, Drogheda, ing Barristers on the motion of Mr. J. member to its roll in the person of Dr. Very Rev. Father has written to the Drogheda Corporation O'Leary, the agent of the Independent bhn Keaney. ZZ expressing his desire to have religious party. Remember the ball of the Hibernian In black, white, rose, violet and light blue. In medium and short ceremonies in the church in memory of Francis Reynolds, aged thirty-eigh- t, Knights at Phoenix Hill on the evening sizes. This corset is a great favorite. Those ladies who have been FIFTH A1AGISTERIAL DISTRICT FIRST, SECOND and THIRD WARDS. the sufferers in the 1898 insurrection. a river pilot, sustained injuries on Tnes f November 22.. waiting for their arrival will be pleased to know that we arc ready The ceremonies will take place on No day night near Limerick by falling from to supply them. All Corsets purchased here fitted perfectly by an The St. Louis Hibernian is doing good vember 6 and 7. an outside car on which he had been driv expert also altered and repaired FREE OF CHARGE. work for the order. Bro. Marnell is cer Sir Andrew Reed, Inspector General of ing with some friends. He succumbed tainly a hustler. No Money Back For Any Articles That Fail to Please the Royal Irish Constabulary, accompan in a few minutes afterwards. The de One Urged to Buy. The St. Louis divisions are entertaining ied by his secretary, Mr. Harrel, arrived ceased was returning from Adare, when in Belfast on Tuesday from Dublin for the horse shied at a steam roller, throw their members and friends with "wide the insncction of the local police. Sir ing the deceased and his wife, who was open" receptions. -VIVIDMr. P. M. Fichlie, of Division 1, of Andrew, who expressed himself well seated beside him, on the road. He was a visitor at the meeting of pleased with the general efficiency of the alighted on the back of his head and Frankfort, 424-43- 4 ST. No. 1 Monday evening. was rendered unconscieus. men, left Belfast frnday. Reports from the various divisions to Rev. P. Sheahan. parish priest of At the weekly meeting of the Belfast Killkee. County Clare, died October 5, Board of Guardians held on Tuesday a the County Board indicate that the order All the business houses in the town closed communication was read from the Irish is enjoying a healthy growth. 1898 1H98 NOVEMBER ELECTION. Another division is being organized in when it became known. Father Sheehan Workhouse Association, informing the was a sterling patriot. Previous to his guardians of the Committee of Meath's St. Louis, and the indications are that it W. H. MEFFEKT, MANAGER. assuming the pastorship of Kilkee he proposal to give $10,000 toward establish will have a very large membership. was in Birr. Kincs county. His remains ing a Catholic and Protestant home for iiiiii AVcst Market Street, Louisville, Ky. g g Frank Cunningham is enthusiastic over MEFFERT STOCK COMPANY will be interred in the parish chapel. workhouse girls, the object of which is the play to be produced and is entitled to Miss Cahill, assistant teacher of Bruise to give to such girls between the age of the support of every lover of. Irish drama. Urn National School, Virginia, who, at the twelve and sixteen such a training as The next meeting of the Young Men's July examinations, secured first of first would fit them for domestic service. The Division will be a most impoitant one, with a percentage of 80, besides reflect- master was instructed to ascertain how and those who possibly can should atCANDIDATE FOR Night Performances Matinees Daily at 2:16 ing credit on herself, speaks well for the many girls of the age specified were in tend. ,, , at olio. . . ....-Baggot-streInstitution, Dublin, under the workhouse at present. nomgner, 1U, lO.iiO.JOC. Popular Prices The Ancient Order in Suffolk county, the care of the Sisters of Mercy, from divistons, Record smashing goes on apace in the Mass., aggregates sixty-tw- o which Miss Cahill obtained her diploma. Irish cycling world. One of the latest with a membership of 7,000 in good With deep regret we report the death and most meritorious performances stands standing. I) of Mr. Malachy Lee, which took place to the credit of the National Cycle ped President John Hennessy, of Division at the residence of his brother, Mr. John aller, who improved upon the fifty miles 4, took care that all visitors, and particu- Week, Com. Sunday Motlticc, October 30. S Eighth and Ninth Wards. Lee, Ballymoe, on Saturday, aged sev road record, which stood in the name of larly the ladies, were amply provided for RICE AND BARTON'S enty-si- x years. The deceased belonged of n n W. L. Martin, at Tuesday evening. to one of the oldest and most respected two hours, twenty-fiv- e minutes, sixteen A branch of the Ladies' Auxiliary of ROSE HHJLY MISS KATE SMITH, Lady Assistant and Embalmer. $ families in Kilcroan. Hjs remains were seconds. Meade was ably paced by three the A. O. H. has been organized at removed to the family burial ground at triplets on his errand, and being fortunate m Carriages Furnished for AH Occasions on Short Notice. Shieldsville, Minn., with a most enINTRODUCING Ballintubber, followed by a large and re in avoiding punctures succeeded in cut couraging membership. jjjj EIGS-IITI- I spectable funeral cortege. New. Novel and Sensational Specialties. S. ting in under the existing record by Thomas Cody, of Senu & Ackerman's, seconds. His At a meeting of the Clontnel Corpora- seven minutes, forty-on- e TELEPHONE 810. The new burlesque, "Wicked Paris,' , Nmv t,.,t . is the right man in the right place, and .McnM ilno w,,,, tion, Alderman Nugent presiding, it was official time was two hours, seventeen division are for him and the original comedy,, "Round the a,l cool weather is approaching, parents the members of his seconds. decided, on the motion of Mr. J. F. Slat minutes, thirty-fiv- e Town," will surpass anything heretofore cautioned to protect their little ones for anything he desires. presented by this star company. tery, to adopt the public libraries act by makinK their purci,ases now. A com Mr. Joseph Hayburn presided at last William T. Median, of Division 2, is plete line of fall and winter footwear can The Literary Institute, a very handsome meeting of the William Orr Club, Lur building, has recently gan, held at the club rooms of Brown one of the most zealous Presidents of the cash register falling on it and severely nlvavs be fol"l "ere at very reasonable and (1 ' receive the hearty sup prices. n been handed over by the trustees to the street, when the following resolution was order and should lacerating iwo linger?, neces.uau.ig u This house carries a full stock of of all the members. corporation on behalf of the town, and it unanimously adopted: "That we, the port cutting away ana loss 01 a vaiuaoie emer Deputy Sheriff Denny Helfernan was ald is intended to set up the library there. members of the club, composed of dif ring. so British statistics relating to the taxa ferent sections of Irishmen, call upon our w rmly welcomed at the meeting and fV1 Ta Tmtrr ?o rpinlfMllfr 5n ihp re- 3 '" ...t.:i. . ci,o .,.! cial of Division 4. The members would ' tion of Ireland for the years 1897-9- 8 representatives in Parliament to unite covery of a valuable gold watch, the m' nd worUmanshi not be sur. country has been over and show our enemies in Westminster like to see him present oftener. show that the property of his father, which was picked passeJt ami embrace allthe late styles, AND OAK Brother James J. Kenealey is one of from the old gentleman's pocket last Before purchasing you should call and taxed during that period to the extent of that we are determined in having what Amount Wolfe Tone and the United Irishmen the members to be relied upon when No, May. Its recovery is due to the tine examine these goods. Prices can not be fourteen millions of dollars. duplicated, and each pair guaranteed to drawn from Ireland by British misrule fought ana died for one hundred years 4 cives a reception or soiree. He sees work of Capt. Tom Maher. De as represented millions of dollars, ago; and that we will never desist until that the fair sex is fully represented. is almest thirty-si- x Brother John Gannon is one of the While all were enjoying their pipes most regular attendants at No. l's meetwhile Ireland's proper and legal contri we make Ireland what they shed their butious should be but little over twenty blood for, a nation among the nations of and the smoke was ascending skyward ings. His benevolent smile always shines Special Attention Given Family Orders, one millions of dollars. the earth." Mr. Heybum gave a short Monday night several were heard to ex at their social affairs. Brother Gannon 13 13 1 1 press themselves as of the opinion of be rarely leaves a meeting before his meloOn Wednesday an influential meeting lecture on the life and death of William ing back in Ireland. was held in the Council Chamber, Town Orr. 624-62- 6 dious voice delights the members with a West Market St. Division 4 wisely selected Mr. Thomas song. Hall, Carlow, for the purpose of consid At the monthly meeting of the Sligo ering the desirability of establishing a Harbor Commissioners an important let T. Kellv for Recording Secretary. A more Division 4 now enjoys the largest mem local branch of the National Society for ter was received from from Mr. Fenton capable gentleman could not be chosen, bership of any in the city. Its members the Prevention of Cruelty to Children Crown Solicitor, Sligo, relative to the and his minutes will prove interesting are working hard to add names to the The meeting was convened by invitation proceedings which have been going on reading. roll, initiating new members at every addressed to the local clergy of all de for some time past regarding the rating Brother Jerry Hallinan delighted the meeting, and the indications are that CAFE AND RESTAURANT, nccinMUnc iiun iitii rvr?rc nominations. A branch was formed and of Sligo harbor. The case was first members of No. 4 at their dance with No. 4 will send the .banner report to the officers were appointed. heard before the County Court Judge, his inimitable singing and sprightly Boston convention. ITALIAN MARBLE, AMERICAN AND SCOTCH GRANITE 1 Wednesday afternoon one of a number O'Connor Morris, who decided in favor dancine. Wherever there is fun the The Ancient Order of Hibernians have of men working on the steamship Innis of the Harbor Commissioners, and this gallant Jerry is always to be found. 221 THIRD AVE. temporarily abandoned the project of fallen, discharging at St. Patrick's quay, decision was upheld hi the Court of Ap jj Those who join any of the divisions be building a great hall in Boston. It was Private Dining Rooms. Open Day and Cork, named Patrick Murphy, fell be peals. The letter was as follows: isigut. nest ot wines aim cigars. fore January 1 will be entitled to all the thought that the entertainment of the tween the decks while in the act of re nave oeen directly ana unoiticiauy in advantages and benefits of the great exnational convention in that city next TKLRPIIONK OOS. movintr three coils of electric wire. He formed that the Government intend to cursion to Boston under the auspices of year would be all that could be properly jjjj Workshops and Studios, Carrara, Italy. Artistic Work Only Solicited. was taken in an unconscious condition accept the principles developed in your the Hibernian Knights In May next. M. J. I.AWI.ER, M. D. UWtSR. handled at the present time. to the North Infirmary, where he died appeal and decided in our favor by the The many friends of Mr. Frank O'Con There is a rumor, current to the effect a short time after admittance. Murphy Court of Appeals as final, and that they . WAREROOMS, 322 to 328 WEST GREEN STREET, E win ieurn that Brother Taylor, the worthy President do not contemplate any further legtsla nor, ot tue courier-journa- l, was about forty years of age. regret that the condition of his wife of No. 3, is at last about to renounce Intelligence has just reached Stewarts-tow- n tion to disturb the present and long with FIRST CLASS is steadily growing worse, and the physi hnchelorliood. and all the mammas in the stabbing case which established state of the law," of a serious cians have given up hopes of her recoV' West End are speculating as to who the aH(l occurred recently at Drammelle. MonIt was gratifying to find that the annual happy one is to be:" Meanwhile the val- day morning Win. Banter and James street collections on behalf of the city cry. N. V. Cor. Nineteenth and Duncan. The Daughters of Erin of St. Louis iant Joe says nothing, but looks very Mclldoon were arrested by the Money-mor- e hospitals of Cork, made on Saturday last on a charge of hav- showed an increase when compared with are arranging to give a grand ball early wise. constabulary The members of the Young Men's ing stabbed John Vincent, who lies in a the previous year. Collections were also in the new year. How would it do for INCORPORATED. critical state. The depositions were taken made by the principal firms in the city the Ladies' Auxiliary of this city to fol Division regret the resignation of Presi BIG sis dent Lawrence J. Mackey, which was before Mr. Hevlin, J. P., Monemore; and the total amounts of which have not yet low the example of their St. Louis caused by increased business obligations, the prisoners were remanded. TO been announced, but they are considers ters? A fatal result was reported on WednesTom Lynch, of No. 4, has been Mr. Mackey was a most impartial and me. Altogether a substantial sum was Brother day of the attempt made on Tuesday realized in excess of last year, and this left a large inheritance in Ireland through efficient presiding officer, and no young night week by Patrick Sheehan, inmate without any unnecessary fuss or display. the demise of a relative of his. He is man stands higher with the members of of the Limerick Union, on his life. The ladies' committee had been criticized making hasty preparation to leave and the order. Young Men's Division, No. G, will hold Sheehan is over eighty years, and has for the apathy U had shown in recent claim his bequest, and we wish him god an important meeting Tuesday, Novem been a considerable, number of years in years, and the movement was not prop speed. the infirm ward. Nine days ago he pro- erly supported by the authorities of the Mr. Jerry O'Leary, of Division No. 2, ber 1. Among the other important busicured a razor, and, while suffering from hospitals that the collections were pro who has been confined to his home on ness before the members will be the elec melancholia, cut his throat, the injuries moted to serve. The plain speakincr had East Washington street for the past two tion of a President, to fill the unexpired ANO AX.I, rCINTS IN proving fatal yesterday evening. very good effect, and from all sides months, suffering from malarial fever, is term of L. J. Mackey, who, on account with the re now able to be out and is visiting his of other pressing business, will no doubt The Ulster crack cyclist, George Rob- came nearly be forced to resign. , ertson, did an extraordinary performance sult that various reforms were instituted friends. . . . MICHIGAN. and the movement that seemed on the on Tuesday. Starting from the Messrs. D. J. Kennedy and John E. HIBERNIAN KNIGHTS. road to failure was turned back to the stone on the Antrim road, he journeyed Yenner predict most favorable results for TERMINALS and back, thus doing ways of success. to the fifty-sixt- h the drama to be presented by the young Company A, Hibernian Knights, held 100 miles. Although indifferently paced, Mr. William Redmond, M. P., has men. With a few more such workers al UNION DEPOT he completed the distance in fourteen addressed the following letter to the most any undertaking should prove suc a business meeting in Hiuermau nan Corner Seventh St. and River, Thursday night, with Capt. Breen in the minutes and odd seconds inside the rec- Right Hon. Gerald Balfour, Chief Secre CITY TICKET OFFICE cessful. ICY. chair. The company by a unanimous ord. The watch was held by Mr. Shini-mln- s, tary for Ireland: "I desire to ask you to No. 218 Fourth Ave. State Treasurer Daniel Lynch, of the vote decided to turn out to receive the official one of the of get the Lord Lieutenant to see if it would SS. the Irish Cycle Association. not be possible to recommend the release Michigan A. O. II., reports having re Louisville Legion on its return from the General Agent, Louisville, Ky. ceived about $325, contributions to the war in case there was a public reception. During the past ten or twelve days of the prisoners from Clare who are at Arrangements were reported completed E. G. MCCORMICK, Pass. Traf. Mgr., n extraordinary series of fires which, present in Mountjoy prison. These men Irish Relief Fund, in response to the from their number and surroundings, Hirst, Howard, James Cooney, Dennis circulars issued by State President Me for the grand ball to be given at Phoenix WARREN J. LYNCH, A. G. P. A., CINCINNATI, O. Hill on the evening of November 22, with give color to the belief that some at all Cooney, John Brody and Patrick Hartigan Laughlin in June last. Scally's excellent ..orchestra furnishing events arc the work of incendiaries, have The County Board has our smcerest have no been incarcerated for nearly , occurred in the Ardee district of County nine years. Their conduct in prison has thanks for its indorsement of our efforts the music. OHARLI3S ANDCliOIVIIV, J. ZANG. A committee of "three was appointed to TWELtiTIl paper, and it will Louth. In each case stacks of hay, been good, and, as the County Clare is in to publish a first-clastraw and corn have been destroyed, and a very peaceable condition, it is reason be our aim to improve with each issue make arrangements for haviug the report DRUGS and DRUQOIST'S SUNDRIES Corbett-Sharke- y contest read from Particular Attention Pali to Filling Family in one case a threshing mill, which was able to expect that the Lord Lieutenant and render all possible service to the of the PrMcrlptlom. the stage by rounds. m public. in the haggard of the owner of the corn may now, after nine years, order the re The members are enthusiastic over the readiness to thresh the next day. lease of these nieu. Their liberation in Brother Mike O'Donnell is one of the proposed trip to the Boston convention IkdARTIISr Good Wednesday night stacks of hay, etc., would be hailed with satisfaction all old guard Hibernians, and many were the DBAI.BR IN FIN 15 Adjacent to the com stores of Mr. 3. through the country and would greatly expressions of regret at his absence Tues in May next, and 'predict that Kentucky AND VEGETABLES Keelan, in the town of Ardte, were to tend to preserve the present 'peaceabl day night. He is a star comedian of the will furnish as fine a company as will be GROCERIES Liquors Alwoys on Hand. M. Fine Wlnei and in the great parade. tally destroyed. Three nights previous condition of affairs. Martin Molouy who first magnitude and can alone keep EIQIlTII STREET. TELEPHONE u66 Later we will publish the names of the 3301 some forty tons of hay and a quantity of is, and who has for some time been, an large company in roars of laughter. He 248 West Jefferson Street. Telephone 384. corn, stored, in the farmyard of Mr. P. invalid in Maryboro's prison, might was confined to bis home at Twentieth committeemen and' directors. Read the Kentucky Irish American for This paper coate $1 only per year. Mcuee, i. i'., in uisn street, were surely also be released. and Bank becaiwe, of a sore hand, the news from Ireland. IRELAND. HIBERNIANS. pHmmiiiffliiiiiimtinnwiitHmtfflmwinmmmmmiiK 1 Come to Us FEW 1 FIRST GRAND BALL $3.00 1 m TO (i $5.00 50c HILL HALL, TICKETS 25 CENTS, VOTE FOR y, Arrivals Silk Waists. The Celebrated Corsets MAGISTRATE, A. FRANK FOR LENZ NEW MAMMOTH WEST MARKET in iiuiiimiiiiiiiumaiiiuiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiims: 1 gI Ischool books! SCHOOL REQUISITES; TEMPLE THEATER 101 PIB r 1 fCHAS. A. ROGERSJ Gran W. Smith's Sons Funeral Directors And Embalmers.. et BUCKINGHAM fellow-clubma- n, II flMf BOOTS AND SHOES IARGB STOCK. E. COR. AND JEFFERSON STS. n (i " jo -- Ladies' and Gents' r, SEVENTH STREETS. fi 81 Bill MIKE DOUGHERTY, 'r ro oso. ! HOTEL RICHELIEU i Muldoon Monument Gompanu rc M.J. SWEENY, PROP. flonuments. . 1 LAWLER & SON QrOCerV SalOOtt FRANK FEHR BREWING 60. FOUR ROUTE Indianapolis Peoria CHICAGO BEST INDIANA and six-mi- le BREWERS AND BOTTLERS, LOUISVIIE, I time-keepe- J. QATBJS, paradiseI SAMPLE ROOM. Liquors a Specialty. Fifteen Ball Pool. ss Irish-Americ- J. GAVIN, ; J. HICKEY, PROPRIETOR. t!