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LOUISVILLE: SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5, yellow dodger, calculated to create bad feeling between the masses of the people and mislead a few into voting for the Republican nominee, The Kentucky Irish American interviewed many persons who had received or been shown the circular, and all said it would fail of its purpose and result in renewed effort to bring out every voter whom it was intended to mislead. Others of like nature, without signature or authority, may be looked for, and we would suggest that they pay no attention to them. The author or authors of the above reprehensible act have no conception of honorable politics. They are unworthy of further notice. 1S9S. representatives of the Irish people are the lines of the old Parnellite party as it existed before 1890. Now, I put the qucs tion with confidence to everyone who calls himself a Parnellite in Ireland today is he content, or is he not, to go back to the precise lines of the old Parnellite party before 1890? What more does he want than the old Parnellite policy, and if we accept that policy then I fail to see where the difference comes in between us. I take it as a great advance in Irish politics that the leaders on either side can now reason out the mztter iu sober and rational language. Last year Mr. Redmond made an appeal to me in a speech which he delivered in Waterford from which I gathered that if the answer were in the affirmative he would be prepared to enter into negotiations for reunion. He made an appeal to me and he said it was my duty as the leader of the largest section of the Irish Nationalist representatives to go to the leaders of the Liberal party and ask them for pledges that they still maintained the same position regrrding home rule as they did under Mr. Gladstone's leadership. Well, the first question I ask is, who are "the leaders of the Liberal party and who will be the leaders of the Liberal party after the next general election? lie will be an exceedingly clever man who will tell me that. I don't know. The next objection that I have to the proposal of Mr. Redmond is that I never heard of a responsible politician who sought t j base his policy on the pledes of the leaders of a party in opposition, because you never can tell jvhatwill become of a party in opposition when it comes into power, and the man or men who gave you pledges iu opposition may find when they come into power that they are entirely unable to redeem the pledges, eitherfrom the opposition of colleagues or from the fact that they have not been called to the leadership which they expected to possess. Furthermore, I decline to make any attempt to extract pledges from the leaders, if we could find them, of the Liberal party that they will remain faithful to the policy to which they are already pledged over and over again, because I decline to base the future of the Irish cause on the pledges of any English Ministers. I think it would be deceiving the people of Ireland if we were to ask for these pledges now, for I have told the people of Ireland over and over again that their only chance of obtaining home rule lies not in the pledges of English Ministers, and still less iu the pledges of leaders of a party in opposition, but in the fact of their own solidarity, and that their vote is a commodity worth having. I say therefore in reply to Mr. Redmond PRICE FIVE CENTS. BIGOTRY Displayed In the House of Rep- METEORS. Two Thousand Miles of Them to resentative at Its Session Last June. Story of the Passage of an Interesting Bill in the United States Congress. Mr. AValter Kvans Opposes the Shower the Heavens During November. Watch for the Most Dazzling Display of Fireworks in the Sky Since 18(i. The Coining Two Arast, Showers of Fnlling Stars Only Two "Weeks Granting of Equal Kights to All Citizens. THAT VERY, VERY YELLOW DODGER FATHER MATURIN, The Former Episcopal Clergy man Joins a Roman Apart. FROM METEORS Catholic Order. from AIR PROTETS US There have been many utterances during the past few weeks as to the advisais one in which all bility of annexing Porto Rico and the diced men are deeply interested. Mr. lin Weekly Freeman says the reception Philippines, but none should be read Walter Evans and Mr. Oscar Turner are accorded to Mr. Dillon was of the most with more careful attention than those of enthusiastic character. The Sunday the two principal opposing nominees. Senator Hoar, of Massachusetts. The demonstrations were the largest held in venerable statesman has had a long expeis a broad, liberal-mindeMr. Turner Glasgow for years, and the Nationalists rience in national affairs and is compeman, who is without prejudices and beof that city subscribed 2,000 in aid of the tent to judge impartially the effects of lieves that all citizens should be protected Parliamentary fund. At the banquet Mr. the proposed policy of the Washington in the enjoyment of the rights guaranteed John Ferguson presided. authorities. At a political meeting this Mr. Evans, them by the Constitution. In response to the toast, "Our Guest week he intimated that the present policy-woulon the other hand, is known by his recand the Parliamenta.y Party," prepared lead to trouble in the Senate. is one that we would ord. That record by Father Ambrose, Mr. John Dillon, M. From the press dispatches we extract the like to get fully before the people of this P., said iu part: following portion of his address: district, but our space will not permit On behalf of the party with which I "This year has been crowded with histhat. We wull content ourselves with an am identified, and on my own behalf, I tory and crowded with glory. It is also interesting bill which account of a very thank you with all my heart for the way to my mind crowded with danger. The was under consideration in the House of n which you have received this toast to flag of Spain, formerly the proudest The purpose 29. Representatives June night. I feel called upon and moved to power on earth since the day of the of that bill was to authorize the Secretary say a special word of thanks to the proRoman Empire, has gone down in darkdiscretion to permit the of War in his poser of the toast, Father Ambrose, as ness and in blood before the victorious erection of n building for religious worthe representative of an order endeared navy and army of the United States. The or denomination on the ship by any sect to Irish Catholics in a hundred ways as flag of the United States has arisen iu the West Point military reservation. In the sociated from the day of its foundation eastern sky like a new constellation. debate on the measure it course of the to the cause of the poor and the people, Let us not accept the duties and respon developed that the principal objection to and to which I am personally bound, as sibilities of this victory iu any temper of of the bill was that the the passage Father Ambrose knows, by the closest vulgar vainglory, still less of vulgar greed Catholic church might under its provii tics. of power or of gain. The United States to erect a chapel there. ions get a chance In these days it is indeed a pleasure to comes to these oppressed people, East The bill provided that the erection of any see a body ot men representative, fully and West, as a great deliverer. To deal any religious denominasuch chapel by representative, of one of the greatest with this great commission by talking tion should be free of expense to the centers of Irish nationality in the world about coaling stations and trade advanof the United States. The Government unanimous and hearty in expressing tages degrades and belittles it. We have bill was finally passed by a vote of 134 to thanks to the Irish National party. Now, not overthrown Spain, we have not perEvans, of Kentucky, 25, Mr. Walter I claim to be one of those who through iled the precious lives of our sons that we voting against it (see Congressional Recout the days of stress and storm of the may add to our possessions, or that we 20, 1898, pages 7204 to 7271). ord, June last eight years have remained faithful may make money out of our new rela The debate on the subject in the House according to our humble judgment and tions. But yet the first duty of the Amer interesting. We extract parts of is quite abilities to the old principles of the ican people is to themselves, and when I it, showing its character, as follows: party as it existed before J890, say thjsj say itjn 110 spirit of selfishnesj tweuty.buiiilea.iu4-d.i.i... aifdTam sangufue tliattlie sfgns'are to pursue-i- s to Djwnian.esUitdUheda-coiigregMr Sulzer In , my.opinion, no a ir tinirevmrennvHrfiiied-Nvitirtiieor of indifference to the welfare of manThe moon, too, will be involved in the nimded man can object to it (tlielmi) or tton of the order at Birmingham and two every day that our reward is at devote our attention, not to the eddies kind. dazzling trains and buried itself in the shower. Being without any appreciable turns of English politics, but to the Let me say years later another congregation was eswill object to it hand; today, so far as the people of Ire- and "On the contrary, I believe that the earth near Mazapil in Mexico. The d that I stand for religious freedom in its tablished in Loudon bv the Rev. Dr. meteor, or piece of a smashed comet, is atmosphere, its surface will have no pro- land are concerned, they are all for building up again a united party in highest service the American people can which will plant upou the floor of and I know the Frederick W. Faber, which was subsetection against the hail of meteors, and union, that the desire of their hearts is broadest sense now in a minerological museum in EuIrish render to mankind and to liberty is to the House of Commons eighty-tw- o the spectacle of their striking, if we could for union. passage of this bill is absolutely necessary quently settled at Bromptou. Each comrope, and the man who finds another like witness it near by, would probably as members who will support any party iu preserve unstained and unchanged the in order that a great many people at the munity is wholly independent of the Now, what are the obstacles to union? reservation may en- other and neither has any substantial re- it, after the shower next montn, win tonish us beyond measure. No doubt a As far as I know, there are only two ob- England that will faithfully, honorably republic as it came to us from the fathers. West Point military It is by example and not by guns or by possess a treasure for which the scientihc large meteor, when it hits the moon, is end loyally carry our that policy. joy the right to worship God according to lation with the houses on the Continent stacles. One is the difference which still bayonets that the great work of America world will envy him. consciences. of Europe. not only itself dissipated but produces a exists among the Irish representatives. the dictates of their own for humanity is to be accomplished. And The average person who goes out on tlie pocket of molten rock where it strikes. In For one, sir, I make bold to say WILLIAM J. M'CARTHY It was the principal of the founder of and the other is the contentions kept up in my opinion we are today in a great 14, and again is a man in this the order that there should be perfect nights of November 13 and innumerable pockmarks that by certain newspapers. I am speaking fact, the that I do not believe there danger a greater danger than we have on November 27, and looks serenely up at cover the moon's surface may be due to house who is so illiberal, so bigoted and equality among its members, even the flying sparks if he is the impact of meteors, and they show us in the presence of the press, and thereY. M. encountered since the Pilgrims landed at he is not willing superior taking his turn in serving at the the sky with its that so narrow-minde- d fore I had better be civil; but I must say Elected Presidentof the will have Plymouth. The danger is that we are to what the experience of the earth would be that although a public man, I recognize the same religious table. The members are not monks and fortunate enough to see them D. of the Ancient Order .to give his fellow-me- n be transformed from a republic founded in how simple a manner he is but for its atmospheric protection. is, the right to do not renounce their private fortunes. no idea rights he enjoys that to the fullest extent the enormous benof Hibernians. on the Declaration of Independence, from a great danger. If he did The past history of the Leonid meteors worship God in his own way and accord- Their functions are limited to prayer, the protected guided by the counsels of Washington, idea an element of fear and possibly predicts their future. Until the efits conferred on mankind by the newsIf there be such a administration of the holy sacrament and have the ing to his own heart. into a vulgar, common-plac- e empire dread might tend to upset his equanimity. year 120 of our era, there is reason to be- paper press. I do thiuk the newspapers . man he ought to hang his head in shame. preaching. Young Men's Division, No. 0, on Tues- founded upon physical force. In Cardinal Newman's time transparent air protects us lieve, they were free wanderers in open sometimes aggravate and protract quarOnly the liberal spirit the membership was composed mostly of and in day evening had a He is not in touch with the I, for one, am not dazzled by the against death from meteors. What the space. Then they encountered the planet rels, because quarrels, you see, give good of his age. priests who had formerly been in the teresting meeting, at which a great deal example of England. The institutions of of a small meteor striking a Human Uranus and were diverted into a closer copy, and if a country is pulling all Walter Evans?) Is church of Eugldnd, and that complexion effect A member (Was it together there is a dearth of interesting of routine business was transacted. England which have enabled her to govbody with undiminished velocity would The resignation of Mr. Lawrence J. not this bill intended to give the Catholic is largely retained up to the present. It be we can only guess. A Mauser bullet, orbit around the sun, intersecting that of intelligence, and one of the elements successfully distant colonies and sub the earth. What happened to Uranus which has tended to keep up the semb Mackey as President of the division was ern states are founded, as West Point? is understood that Mr. Maturiu will unite church a chapel at ject Mr. Gladstone traveling say 2,000 feet in a second, when when they met we shall never know, al received with regret. He has proven one pointed out, oil the doctrine of equality. Mr. Sulzer Oh, no; the bill provides with the community at Bromptou. it enters the brain cavity, or any ot tne though the fact that Uranus still serenely lance of faction and division in Ireland can build a chapel at officers that any church and it is now no more than a semblance of the most efficient and popular If we are to outstrip England in national d tissues of the body, pro- pursues its distant orbit indicates that that ALLIED UNIONS ELECT OFFICERS. West Point if the Secretary of War gives is the contentious attitude of certain of the order, but increased business obli power 11 must ce by pursuing our own duces explosive effects that make even planet was not the chief sufferer from the We know that at his consent journals whose names I won't mention. gation rendered it impossible for Mr. path and not by following 111 hers. army surgeons recoil aghast. encounter. Perhaps before the meeting Mackey to further hold the position. West Point are many officers, a great Tbe Regular Meetings Will De Held on the Now, I ask, what is to be done? You "It is said that Porto Rico is already But a meteor's velocity at the instant it with Uranus the meteors formed a comet, Second Sunday of Each Month. William J. McCarthy, with the firm of ours. many cadets, a great many soldiers who to will all remember a proposition which It mav be mat l'orto Rico is to strikes the atmosphere is from 50,000 wholelive there, and who must live there, who At a meeting of the Allied Printing 250,000 feet per second. Would it blow as the Andromeda meteors did betore was made at the convention held in Bir- Altsheler & Co., the Main-strebecome ours. But there is no authority 1872. What the ultimate efTectof their sale grocers, was elected to fill the un belong to the Catholic church, and who Trades Council held at Beck's Hall last Constitution of the United a man to pieces as if a can of repeated encounters with the earth will be mingham this year on the suggestion of expired term of the retiring President, under the demand the right to worship God accord- bunuay attemoon t;. li. blieparu was States to acquire any foreign territory Glasgow, with a view of bringing the had been exploded against his is hardly problematical. Every time and from the way he starts off it is ap- save by a treaty approved by the Senate ing to the rites of that church elected President; W. II. Woodman, Vice breast? Or would it incinerate him like a Parliamentary representatives of the parent that the members made a wise se- by a I have only pity for the bigot in these President; J. F. Middendorf, Secretary; stroke of lightning, even as it is itself in they are more widely scattered. s vote or by an act of legis But we cau not be certain that we have people together, and what occurred in a young lation closing years of the nineteenth century G. Kestler, Treasurer, and J. W, cinerated by heat yet met the densest mass of them that consequences of that suggestion. We are lection. Mr. McCarthy, though in which the President, the House the more than furnace a who would denv them that right. Craig, Sergeant-at-ArmThese officers of its rush through the air? However we asked sometimes for practical proposals? man, lias been member of tlie Ancient of Representatives and the Senate must Mr. Powers Do other denominations are to serve for the term of one may answer these questions, there re crosses our orbit, and the possibility ex My practical proposal for bringing about Order for a number of years, and his ad unite. It is said the Philippine Islands dress upon being installed gives indica are already ours by right of conquest. have chapels in this reservation? year. EacU one ot the organizations mains plentiful food for thought iu the ists that they may terrify the world again union among the Irish representatives more effectually than they have ever done of a firm and live administration. Sulzer There is a Protestant composiug the council was represented Mr. For one, I deny this alleged right of conthousands of such missiles before. The best advice of the astronomer a union, recollect, which the people are tion spectacle of Efforts are to be made to largely in quest. Human beings men, women, church there now a Government church by three delegates, one of the most pronv eager for and demand is that a confer burning themselves into harmless puffs is to keep an eye on them. crease the membership of the division children, people are not to be won as inent of whom was Alderman Humphrey of gas a few miles above our heads. The Andromeda meteors.dueon Novem ence should be held of any number of and an invitation is extended to all young spoils of war or prizes in battle. It may Mr. Cannon I merely want to ask a Knecht, of the German Typographical And, what makes the whole question ber 27. have had even a more remarkable representative men, say five or ten on Irishmen to send be that such a doctrine finds a place in auestion. so as to understand the facts. Union. in their names and be the ancient and barbarous laws of war, more interesting, occasionally the shield career than that of the Leonids, although each side, five to begin with nominated come members. The amusement fur but it has no place under the American There is a Government chapel on the The work of the council will consist of of the ntmospere proves insufficient, and by Mr. Redmond and five by myself, and West Point reservation? rdvancing the interests of all those en the earth's armor is penetrated by a their history is comparatively brief. They nobody to be bound by the result of that nished members without extra cost ren Constitution. It has no place in the code were never seen before 1872, although Mr. Belkiian Yes. ders enrollment in its ranks of great of morals of the people of the United gaged in the printing business, and par meteor of more than ordinary size and previous to that time a n comet conference, but let us get together in a moral and social benefit. States. I have stated elsewhere the conMr. Cannon And is occupied by a ticularly those of the employers of meni' density. This is what happened at Maz- traveled in their track. Something won room and see whether we cau not draw ditions which, in my judgment, warProtestant chaplain? bers of the union. ranted the acquisition of Hawaii. Haapil during the shower of the Andromedes derful happened to that comet fifty years up a scheme by which our differences can TAKEN HOME. Mr. Belknap Yes. The Committee on and Consti waii came to us with the consent of her may happen again next ago. Just what it was nobody knows be adjusted. If such a representative Paid from the Govern tution will have u full and final report to in 1885, and it Mr. Cannon own Government, the only Government mouth. a clash with an asteroid but conference can agree upon a scheme, Police Sergt. Doran Recovering from tbe capable of maintaining itself there for possibly ment treasury? be submitted at the next regular meeting, The Mazapil meteor, composed mostly after the accident, whatever it may have that scheme would bind nobody until it Injuries Sustained at Henderson. any considerable length of time. In the Mr. Belknap Yes. at which time a Board of Control, con of iron, buried itself two or three feet in been, the unfortunate comet was found to was submitted on either side to the leadPolice Sergt. John Doran has suifi case of the Philippines we are asked to sisting of one representative from each the hard soil, and was dug out, yet glow- have been broken iu two. It survived the ing men of the country. My conviction ciently recovered from the injuries re subject a nation and to hold it in subjecMr. Evans How large a town is West subordinate body, will be selected. tion. We get them by conquest and hold is so strong that there is no real substaning with heat, by persons who had seen it Point? The regular monthly meetings will be fall. If a similar meteor should fall in separation, although its parts had been tial or serious differences between us ceived at Henderson, where he was them by force. In the case of the Haflung hundreds of thousands of miles recently attending the fair with a detach waiian Islauda we get them by compact Mr. Hull It is only a military school. held hereafter on the second Sunday of New York city, notwithstanding the loss asunder, and, continuing along its former that I am convinced that if once we got ment of police, to be dismissed from the made with their lawful Government. each month in Beck's Hall. of velocity it would suffer in passing orbit, came back as a double comet in together round a taljle, whether it be "Some of our good friends have said, Mr, Evans Are there not other City Hospital and taken to his home. square or round, we would emerge from 1812 High street. zeal, in through a hundred miles or so of air, it 1859. CONCESSIONS TO LIMERICK. Doran was hurt while thoughtlessly, flag their it mustthat where churches there that they can go to? stay. But tlie American would penetrate the stoutest roof or wall, i But when it was next due, iu 1872, in the room very good friends and work crossing the trotting track during a race. surely they do notgoes wish to commit the On Wednesday Messrs. J. L. Wilkin and if as large as some others that have stead of the twin comets, a dash of together for the good of the country. are other churches being struck by a horse and run over by country to that doctrine. We planted it Mr. Evans If there Now,, I desire to say a word or two on son, general manager of the Great West- been known to reach the earth, it would meteors appeared in the sky, indicating was fractured on the City of Mexico, But no man a sulky. His collar-bon- e there that is enough. building more that the comets had met with another dis some recent controversies which have and he sustained ern Company, Enghnd, R. G. Colhoun, demolish a twenty-stor- y other severe injuries, demanded that it should stay there. If Mr. Evans was one of the twenty-fiv- e traffic manager of the Great Southern effectively than a whole broadside of aster, and that the earth had encountered taken place as to our position towards His friends hope to soon see him able to the war goes on we shall plant it on the members who voted against the bill, and & Western railway, and F. Vaughan, thirteen-inc- h shells could do it. a portion of their shattered remnants. In English parties, because there are some resume his positiou on the force, as he is coast of Spain, but we have no desire' to gentleman who manifested such the hold permanent dominion there. ttaffic manager of the Waterford & LimThe adventures of the two great troops 1885 the meteors appeared again, and, in men in Ireland who claim that the only regarded as a valuable officer. narrow religious bigotry a spirit so op "If the Philippine Islands become our" erick line, arrived in Limerick, and had of meteors which are now rushing the midst of their display, as I have cause of difference between us and the posed to the Constitution of the United then, under the late decision of tliV CATHOLIC KNIGHTS. Supreme Court, every child hereafter and interviews with some of the leading mer- rapidly toward the earth have been va already told, an iroti mass fell from the Parnellite party is that we are too closely States is a candidate for born iu them becomes an American citimen and members of chants who have taken up an attitude in ried and startling, and the future may sky in Mexico, Now, in 1898, they are attached and bound up with the Libasking opposition to the amalgamation. Mr. have still more remarkable things in store due once more, and what surprises they eral party in this country, though it is The movement to give the Louisville zen free to come, free to go. Are you that religious denomination toward which Wilkinson and Mr. Calhoun, a curious thing that the Liberal party Legion a rousing welcome on its return going to hold them as subjects? Are you on (thus he displayed that narrow spirit to vote of their companies, offered manybehalf for them and for us. The Leonidsradiate have in store for us nobody can tell. coing to have a trained and governing con- called because they appear .to No astronomer cau doubt that tlicy will f has repeatedly attacked me for not beinir home is growing daily, and among the class? Are you going to have the nationfor him! Is he a fit man to represent cessions to Limerick in the way of traffic from the constellation Leo) hold, like the arrive on time, but whether few or many sufficiently closely attached to them, but various bodies working to this end none al tax gatherer the most frequent and the American citizens and to be entrusted you cau not please everybody. Now, my are more zealous than Branch 1 of the and otherwise if opposition were with- Andromedes, close relation with a comet remains to be seen. n visitant to every American with the important affairs of the office to drawn; but the merchants were not to be which is traveling in the same track On this occasion the moon will not be rePlv 10 uml objection is mat 1 am pre-s- o Catholic Knights of America. A meet- house? Are you going to increase many which he aspires? debt? drawn, and decided unflinchingly against Every time they meet the earth they suf obliging as she is when the Leonids are pared to go into a conference with the ing of this branch will be held Monday fold vour nationalare involved in this wild "These tilings will be full on the night Parnellite party on the basis of absolute evening to complete the arrangements, apd impassioned cry for empire. .For One of the most contemptible tricks of all monopoly. Thus ended the inter- fer violent perturbations. due. The moon Beside the millions which are consumed of the 27th, and will flooif the heayens independence of nil English parties, and and an invitation has been extended all myself, I disbelieve and hate the notion a hopeless cause was that perpetrated the views without any practical result. In that the lines on which I seek, on which the other branches to participate in the that the American people are' to submit crank all probability the, issue will now be left with fire in the air, other millions and past week by some narrow-minde- d CONTINUKI) ON Third PAGR, to such a transformation," billions are whirled into new paths and I I hope, for reunion among the National reception. in mailing to our citizens a yellow", very to Parliament, unpreju- The Congressional race in this district d Information received in private letters England is to the effect that the Two great meteor showers in a single Rev. Father B. W. Malurin, formerly a month, and only two weeks apart, constipriest in the Episcopal church, well tute a rare event in astronomical annals. known in New York City and Philadel- Such an event is due to occur in Novemphia, is about to enter the Roman Catho- ber, says Garrett P. Serviss. lic Order of the Oratory, a community One of the expected showers will re whose houses are located at Birmingham sult from the first h of the advancand Brotnpton, England. The Rev. Mr. ing columns of the great Leonid meteors, Maturiu will be the first clergyman con which envelop the earth in fiery spectacles nected with the American Episcopal once in every thirty-thre- e and a quarter church to become an Oratorian. years, or three times in a century. The For a number of years the Rev. Father mam mass of these meteors is uue in Maturiu occupied a prominent place 0"41T. , 1899, but, since their array mis sine ui uie miunuc. ne was uorn extends over a length of at least two n Ireland, the son of an able Irish cler thousand million miles, they require not gyman, and joined the order of the Cow less than three years to pass the place ley Fathers, missionary priests of the where their orbit intersects that of the Anglican church, at Cowley, England. earth. When a branch of the order was founded Accordingly, astronomers are confident in this country, under the name of the that'their leading files will be streaming, Society of Mission Priests of St. John the in hundreds of thousands, across the Evangelist, with headquarters in Boston, point of intersection when our globe arFather Maturiu was sent to America. rives there about November 13, this year. He remained with the other members The tocsin of science has been sounded, of the community in Boston until the sos and directions to observers ciety secured control of St. Clement's have been scattered broadcast, the latest church, Philadelphia, when he became improvements in photography have been rector of that parish. He was recognized enlisted in the service, and the astronomi as a powerful preacher and a theologian cal world is on the qui vive for the exof remarkable attainments. He left the pected encounter. United States after a time and returned The other great shower occurs on uie to the community house at Cowley, a'nd night of November 27, and will be caused about two years ago joined the Roman by the meeting of the earth witli tne Catholic faith, a move which he had meteors known as the Andromedes, or threatened to make on many occasions Bielids, which are closely related to the while here. famous missing comet of 'Biela, if they The congregation of the Oratory was are not, in lact, scauereu ueurcs ui mui founded by Philip Ncri. who was after comet itself. These meteors were last ward canonized, in the middle of the six seen in a great shower in 1885, when teenth century. In 1817 Cardinal John a huce ball of blazing iron dropped out on-russtar-map- drawn out into streams like eddying leaves in a storm. Although the general orbit of the. meteors is not .changed, yet, after each encounter with the earth their and columns are broken and re formed, gaps are created and the entire mass is drawn out into a more extended array. Because of these changes it is quite impossible to predict the precise point iu the meteoric formation which the earth will strike when it meets the stream. In 1833 a particularly dense mass encountered the globe, and the result was a spectacle that carried terror broadcast over the world, the greatest excitement being produced on the plantations of bur Southern States, where the negro slaves believed that the end of the world was upou them, while their white masters could not give them the assurance that their fears were not; well founded. All accounts agree that the universal amazement on the 13th of November, 1833, was such as the world has very rarely experienced. Iu 18G0, when theearth next encountered the Leonid meteors, the display was magnificent, but not so overwhelming as in 1833. Brilliant showers were seen in the years immediately preceding and following 18CG, and this factisa principal reason for expecting h display this year. Whether we shall J encounter a compact column of the meteors or a comparatively scattered mass no one can fortell, but that many will ibe seen may be regarded as a certainty; Even the precise time when the mosf brilliant spectacle will be presented is notkuewn. The Harvard College observatory advises watchers to begin their vigil about 11 o'clock on the evening of November 11, and keep it up until the stars fade iu the morning twilight on November 15. The constellation Leo, from which the meteors appear to emanate, rises about 10:30 o'clock, so thatfall the meteors seen before midnight will appear shooting up like skyrockets from the northeastern horizon. Later on the radiant point apn in the early proaches the morning hours and the tracks of the meteors, when traced backward, will appear to meet like the ribs of a gigantic umbrella spread over theearth. One circumstance will be especially favorable for a brilliant display; the moon, being new, will not interfere with its light. The meteors come from the eastward and the earth will bemoving toward that quarter, so that the velocity with which they enter the atmosphere will be nearly a maximum. It is as if two trains mov- ng iu opposite directions should meet, one (the earth) traveling eighteen miles n a second and the'bther (the meteors) com-paaies mid-heave- JOHN DILLON Prepared to Go Into a ence "With the ConferItcdnioud-it- c SENATOR HOAR Opposes the Annexation of the Philippines by the United Party. The True Policy Is to Endeavor toDuildup Again a Union of All Forces. So States. Spcnks Against the Present Policy of the Kcpuhlicnn Leaders. Far as the People of Ireland Are Concerned They Arc All for Union. Declares That "We Should Continue in Our Own Path and Not Follow England. THE SOUND ADVICE OF A STATESMAN ENGLISH PLEDGES ARE WORTHLESS Mr. John Dillon, M. P., was entertained at dinner by the Nationalists of Glasgow in St. Andrew's Hall recently. The Dub- d Par-nelji- te lirul-tiplyi- Ire-lau- d water-charge- nitro-gly-ceri- two-third- s. well-know- By-la- fair-mind- I best-know- 1 H- - KGETXTOICY KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. MIIIIMIMIIIIIIMIIIMII IRISH AMERICAN. Peter White. a late hour. An enjoyable surprise euchre party was tendered to Mr. and Mrs. John Strobel at their home, Too hast Green street, Thursday evening, the occasion being the first anniversary of their marriage. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. John Strobel, Mr. and Mrs. G. Osweins, Mr. and Mrs. A. Lauer, Mr. and Mrs. P. Bayrns, Mr. and Mrs. A. Falk, Mr. and Mrs. E. Fust, Misses Tannic Cuniffc, Anna Daily, Nora McDonough, Emma Eisher, Maggie Daily, Mamie Mathews, Ella Cooney and Messrs. Charles Obst, Charles Rumple, Erederick Clump, Theodore Dropehnan, Edward Gilthouse, Peter Baucand and Will Eishcr. The prizes were won by Mrs. A. Lauer and Mr. Charles Obst, and the consolation prize by Miss Emma Eisher and Mr. Theodore Dropehnan. After the game n German lunch was served and everybody seemed happy. lie gets once again among the Castle entourage. THE COLORED BROTHER. The Republicans have been praising the voting ability of the negro for thirty years, says the St. Louis Republic. The black American has shown the world again that he will fight and die for the flag. The colored troops fought nobly. So far, good. But the moment the negro citizen's political hopes rise above a janitorship the Republican bosses cry, "Down with the ingrate!" It is for this reason that the negro is in revolt against his sometime political masters. In verification of the foregoing we need only refer to the columns of the Commercial of this city, which paper under its Ohio management has striven harder to create prejudice against the negro, Limn tiuj uuuj' jujci uiui vc rwiivw of. When the Democrats undertake to assist aud better the condition of the colored man that paper raises at midnight and dancing indulged in till Refreshments were served I Devoted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans. IV 00000000000000000000000000 ... ... 1 000009000000000a000000000 CHAFF WILLIAM SUBSCRIPTION I. HIGGIXS, I'villlsllOf. SINQLE COPY, 5c. Matter. Second-Clas- s It is prophecied that the will eventually supersede short- PRICE, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. Entered ot the Louisville I'ostofflcc ns Address all Communications to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, 326 West Green Street. hit of the evening with his large minstrel collar in the Aquinas Union entertainment at Macauley's Theater Thanksgiving week. ' Many people from Louisville were present at a most enjoyable oyster supper at Speith's Hall, Jeffersonville, Thursday evening. The entertainment was given for the benefit of St. Augustine's church. Tlioinns J. Cody, whom we present this week to the readers of this department of the Kentucky Irish American, is fast becoming one of the best known and ABOUT HOME RULE. THANKS TO THE A. O. H. There is much talk of introducing the most highly respected of the young busihuge bee of the Philippine Islands into ness men of Louisville. lie was born in A very pleasaut mask party was tenthis country. This little giant is a third It is certainly gratifying to the The Chancellor of the Exchequer Goshen, N. Y., in 1871, but was left an dered the Misses Keefent their residence, larger than the bee of our country and orphan, his father and mother both dying 1578 Mellwood avenue. When theparty Kentucky Irish American that its paid an unwilling tribute in North Mr. and Mrs. George Dc Ball arrived has a long tongue, which it folds up unhad gathered it went to Kircher's Hall, Shields to the good done by the acefforts in the cause of its body. It is an incessant worker, where music and dancing were enjoyed here on their bridal tour last Wednesday, der retion of the Independent party in are appreciated. At a to be the guests of the groom's aunt and so busy, in fact, that it does not have until a late hour. uncle, Mrs. Michael De Ball, of Twenty- - time to use its sting, consequently many cent meeting of the County Board Parliament at the commencement A pretty wedding will be that of Mr. sixth street. The bride is the daughter have thougnt that it had no sting. It of the Ancient Order of Hibernians, of last session on the question of Patrick Donnelly and Miss Mary Cor- of Mr. John McDonald, a retired iron builds a comb six feet long by four feet s to an inch coran, which will take place on Thurs- merchant of Pittsburg, while the groom high and from without any solicitation on our part, home rule, says the editor of the day, November 24. They are held in is a rising young distiller of Williams-por- t, and a half wide. The tongue of this bee a resolution was adopted indorsing Dublin Independent in a recent high esteem by a large circle or friends Penn. After a visit to Mammoth is so constructed that it can sip honey this journal and asking all of its issue. That action has had the ef in the West End. Cave the young couple will return to from flowers that our American bee can their future home in Williamsport. They not reach. Should this remarkable worker subordinate bodies to give the paper fect on him at least of proving that The announcement of the marriage of were accompanied by the sister of the be introduced into our country wax will their support. This includes the that question is still a reality, and an awful howl. Alike Tynan, the popular Deputy Bailiff bride, Miss Lillie McDonald, and Miss become more plentiful, and this may ulti. 1. of the City Court, and Miss Mamie Metmere are at an events some Ladies' Auxiliary and the member mui ll Agnas De Ball, sister of the groom. A mately result in the disuse of common calfe, one of the handsomest young girls THE PRINTERS' LABEL. card party was given for them at the oil for lighting purposes and give us once The Irish Nationalists who are not co ship of the six divisions. in the East End, appeared in these cole mellow light of beanti- home of Mrs. De Ball last Friday night. more the The success attained in introducumns last week. Eor Irish society news County Board is composed of the erced uy liberal mlluences into ful wax candles. Those playing were Misses Lillie Mcread this paper. leading members of the order. They minimising the Irish national de ing the printing trades label, says Donald, Agnes De Ball, Katie Scully, The latest miracle of science is liquid the Typographical Journal, is truly Our Lady of Mercy Reading Circle is Lizzie McCormick, Anna Murphy, Kate air air compressed to an 800th nart of its have seen and appreciated our ef mand. Sir Michael Hicks-Beac- h holding a series of interesting meetings Smith, Rosa Dailey and Clara Schulten, bulk. Its properties are remarkable, and forts. We sincerely hope that others observed that, though the Libera remarkable when the money exat the Second-stree- t Academy. Last week and Messrs. Joe Wright, Eranz, C. J. as an explosive it has the power of dynawill do the same. We know many leaders last session refused to prom pended for that purpose and the Sister Margaret Mary read a paper on Bodiley, Dr. S. R.Carter of Indianapolis, mite. Every decade and every year brings "Tennyson," which was much enjoyed. L. Rittmar, Arthur and William Snyder, its own discoveries, but never before was of our subscribers have overlooked ise the sort of home rule which Mr. opposition met with in certain quarThe study of the English poets will con- Mr. and Mrs. George De Ball, Mr. and it dreamed that the air we breathe could THOS. J. CODV. ters is considered. It seems to the fact that they are in arrears Redmond and his colleagues deMrs. Michael De Ball. The prizes were be compressed to such an extent tinue throughout the winter. as to won by Miss Katie Scully and Mr. assume a liquid form and be When only a few are indebted to us manded, they would assuredly thrive on abuse and denunciation, before he was a year old. Upon th a most pow-fMiss Mamie Riley, formerly one of Clarence Bodiley. Supper was served at death of his parents he was placed in St . .. . . t explosive. it makes little difference, but when tiuiuge .1- - . tactics it tuey ever and the demand is constantly in- Mary's convent, at Port Jervis, where he Louisville's beautiful aud charming uieir midnight and the guests were driven creasing, notwithstanding the ef- remained until twelve years of age, when young ladies, and Mr. Richard Cooper home in an omnibus provided by Michael hundreds who are well able to pay found themselves again in the same The lengths to which a certain form of haughty dignity will go are at times inneglect to do so it makes a big dif position as that in which they stood forts of unfair employers to con- he accepted the position of office boy were united in marriage last Tuesday DeBall. with Mr. V. J. Murphy, then Genera morning in the parlors of Father Goehr-intensely ludicrous. At a fire the other A LITTLE VISITOR. ference. We therefore urgently re in January, 1886. He is, of course, vince their customers that it is an Manager of the great Erie railway svs Jellico, Tenn. The young people day in a New York boarding-house- , while quest all to settle at once. perfectly right. The question is, instrument of oppression and spec tern. Young Cody did not remain in this left shortly after the ceremony for Hal There's a busy little fellow, all was confusion and haste, a .man very collectedly walked down the stairway Who came to town last night, We sincerely thank the County however, whether they may not be ially designed to drive them out of position long, but on account of his am sey, Tenn., where they will reside. bition and ability was rapidly promoted with his new suit in one hand and his Mr, When all the world was fast asleep, business. The label stands for fair from one place of responsibility to an Owing to a previous engagement, Board for their action. We know anticipated by Sir Michael Hicks- bicycle in the other. He was dressed like The children's eye shut tight; Macauley, of Macauley's a Sandwich Islander. it will have its effect among the Beach and colleagues. That gen wages and conditions and can be other. When Mr. Murphy left the Erie with a professional company,Theater, had I can not tell you how he came, the Aquinas to come South he took the young man Eor well the secret's hid, members of the Ancient Order tleman was a colleague of Lord obtained by any employing printer The alarming condition of the natives with linn to Macon, Ga and later to Union entertainment has been postponed a moonbeam of India under the present system of The indorsement coining unsolicited Salisbury in 1885, when the latter, who is willing to recognize that his Lexington, Ky when he became Mana from November 3d to Thanksgiving But I think uponearth he slid. bright, Way down the week, the exact date to be announced English government is being commented and unexpected, makes it all the with his tacit approval, suggested employes are entitled to just con ger of the Queen & Crescent road. later on. Erom present indications the He brought the Misses Maple on by the ablest journals of the country. Mr. Cody remained in Lexington until more gratifying. We are striving the Austro-Hungaria- n plan o sideration. There are several pub last February, when he came to Louisvile entertainment promises to be a grand Evictions, famine, murder, each and all Each a lovely party gown; following in turn, have desolated that to make this paper interesting, and solving the Irish question a plan lications in this city that we should and was married to Miss Amelia Acker success in every way. It was brilliant red and yellow, land once teeming with life and made of With a dash or two of brown. a mite of help from all of our which would actually give Ireland like to see using the label in their man, one of the most charming of Louis The wedding of Charles Edelen, the it a sickening, d And he must have had a Midas touch, area, from vine's young society ladies, and the n druggist at Seventeenth and friends will enable us to do so. It even a greater degree ot power columns. whose bosom the wails of her children Eor if the truth is told, daughter of Mr. Philip Ackerman, of the Bank streets, and Miss Anna Coll, of Jef cry aloud for vengeance. And yet this is n Senn & Ackerman Brewing fersonville, will take place November 113 The birches all, from top to toe, is no easy task to get out a paper than would be involved in the con TRADE AND THE FLAG. the Government that our s He dressed in cloth of gold. Company. At the present tune he is fill at St. Augustine's church at noon. The encouragement. We are cession of a Parliament independent even with want us to bt "friendly" with; in other ing the responsible position of collector Rev. Father Ernest Audran will offi Colonial expansion is a tempting Then he took a glittering icicle grateful for the kind words spoken in Irish affairs, such as the Inde words, to court and cajole, and for what? for that firm, and his friends take pleas phrase, but most of the recent ex- ure in pointing him out as the only Irish ciatc. Miss Coll is the accomplished and From underneath the eaves, That she might be able to get us to help and for the enthusiasm of some of pendent party have proposed and lovable daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice And with it, on my window, J her when she is left out in the cold by periments in that line have had very man holding so high a place with any Coll and is a musician of ability. 1 It 1 our friends. Drew such shining silver leaves, as T rarneii aemanoed; andt no one uie oiner powers. The old jade apprebrewery in this city. Such fair and stately palaces, ciates the strength of the young giant Now let all of our readers recol- knows better than he that what has disappointing results, says the Bos Since coming to Louisville Mr. Cody John J. McGrath, who was formerly in They have entailed has joined the Ancient Order of Iliber business at Eighth and Oak streets, has Such towers and temples grand, that she tried to strangle in its infancy, lect to send in what they owe and happened once may happen again ton Herald. but failed. Honor and independence is nians, and is also identified with a num entered into partnership with William Their like I'm sure was never seen Outside of Fairyland. they will see how much better this The latest proof of this fact is the great waste of blood aud treasure, ber of other charitable and social organ emblazoned on the American escutcheon, Delaney, at Seventh and St. Catherine any prospect of a commen izations. That he has attained his pres while on that of England is written in paper can be made. local goverumeut act, every pro without streets. John is a very enterprising Who is this busy little man, letters of blood: Treachery, perfidy. surate return in the future. Our ent pleasaut position is due to a life of and well known young man, who by his Whose coming brings us joy? posal in which had been rejected TUESDAY'S ELECTION. own annexation policy will be no strict integrity and honesty, and that his cleverness and hustling abilities will For I'm very sure he's welcomed ' Living in Cuba is enormously high. A hundred times by the whole Union career will be a bright and successful By every girl and boy; comfortable house that rents here for say exception to the rule of loss. This seems almost assured. Were all one make friends wherever he goes, and cer our tainly deserves all the good luck that The little stars all saw him, The Democrats of this district in ist party, but which last year, policy, even if it rest $25 will demand $75 there. Wages to without fur young men to pursue the course Mr, may come to to him. Though they will not tell a soul: servants are in exactly the same ratio. nevertheless, seemed to that same nominating aud electing Hon. Oscar Cody has followed the world would be But I've heard his calling card reads The house-gir- l ther extension, already bears very will not do cooking, nor There was a delightful Hallowe'en Turner to Congress will have made party the height of statesmanship bitter fruit in the addition of $200,- - better. thus: will the laundress do housework, and party at the residence of Miss Mayme Everything depends on circum J. Frost, Esq., North Pole. PERSONALS AND QOSS1P. vice versa; so that to live in any comfort no mistake. Mr. Turner is yet There Seltzer last Monday evening. 000,000 to our national debt and Helen Standish Perkins, or style whatever one is required to keep stances including the course of young man, but that has ceased to be Trinity Council Ladies' Auxiliary will were many Hallowe'en games and tricks a retinue of servants. $150,000,000 a year to our national Beef is not killed played by the company. Among those PREFERENCES a crime in Kentucky. The people action of English politicians aud taxes. There is not the slightest meet Tuesday evening, November 15. as .1 rule until the day it is needed, and present were Misses Katie Ingrain, Lily to get pork or fowls the housewife must whether they be have learned that young men with place-hunterMiss Emily L. Brachy is in Nashville, Wigg. Molhe Hammer, Mayme Short, probability that the profit to be ob Of Many Officers of the An order her pigs or poultry alive, squealing Liberals or Tories. where she will spend several weeks with Beatrice McDermott, Gussie Bald, Molhe their progressive ideas and abound or quacking as the case may be, to the tained in trading with the countries mends. cient Order of HiberGilligan and Mayme Seltzer; Messrs, ing energy are often the best of kitchen quarters. Fish are seen swimnians. John Bradley, Gus Halligan, Claude and IRELAND'S LORD LIEUTENANT. we have opened to our flag in the ming in pools, and you order your salmon Miss Mayme Gerald Kelly, a charming Oscar Barber, John McCarthy, Dave Col public servants. In all things that Antilles and the Philippines will girl of Lexington, is visiting her aunt. or trout or red snapper just as you please. lins and Tom Clay. A humorous friend sends us the follow go to make a useful representative But of all lands Cuba is the one par exLord Cadogan, we are afraid, recoup us lor one quarter ot the Mrs. Thomas Tobin. ing, which may De correct as to the in Congress Mr. Turner is eminent-l- y Michael J. Carroll, Jr. (we have been majority. However, the Ladies' Auxil cellence for fruits. Rich and luscious as will get a wigging when he returns losses we have sustained. Will W. Burke has just returned from informed that will be his name), arrived they are, the different kinds and their qualified. A long residence in Hot Springs, after a two weeks' stay. He at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Michael J, iary should not have been overlooked. names bewilder any American. A man's to Dublin Castle aud the Viceregal There is no doubt as to their preference. Washington has given him the ex Mr. Dillon at a banquet given to says he feels like a frisky Carroll Wednesday morning. He is r It is u piano for Hibernian Hall, and room and board outside of a hotel costs Lodge. He was altogether too can him $25. Hotels are proportionately him in Glasgow recently said he was perience that the average new mem Miss Mattie Tanksley, of Indianapolis, fine little fellow. Mr. Carroll is of the they should have it. He places the pref did in Belfast, says a writer in defirm of Carroll & Nelligon, Nineteenth erences of the various division officers in high. The Spaniards are remarkably ber only gets after years of service, williug that a conference should be is the guest of Mrs. Anna Tanksley, Sev courteous. Their salutation, when you and Portland avenue, and has been keep aud he will take his seat equipped scribing his visit to that city. Not held of any representative men, say enth street, with whom she will spend ing open house since the event. He is the following order: enter the house, is "Seignor, my house ONK. the winter. only did he beard the Orange lion is at your disposal." If a traveler loses for the discharge of his duties as five or ten, but to begin with five the happiest man on the avenue, and it is Edward Clancy Committee work. his way on the public streets they will in his den, but he had a sly thrust Many young ladies and gentlemen are the hope of his many congratulating Congressman in a manner most Thomas Dolan Euchre. nominated by Mr. Redmond and not only direct him aright, but will anxious to see Division 0, A. O. H. friends that the son may be likehis at the Castle itself. "I like to speak L. D. Perranda "Ship, ahoy." satisfactory to his constituency five by himself, and nobody to be resume its series of to go with him to the place. The y socials father. Peter J. Cusick Transfer cards. Cuban women have most beautiful comHe is remarkable for his sound honestly," said he, "when I can." bound by the result of the said con They have proven very popular. Mulloy A good "roaster." John M. A delightful Hallowe'en party was plexions, and the officers of the Spanish We had had, we confess, a dim sus TWO. judgment and practical sense, as ference; but let them meet and draw Those who wish to enjoy themselves given by Miss Mayme Weber at her resig army are a remarkably body picion that the Castle was a place William T. Median Kentucky Irish of street, Monday well as for unusual talents. ,He men and models of kindness nm up a scheme by which their differ can do so by attending the fair for the dence, 425 Thirty-firs- t tVmerican. Singing, dancing and games St. George's church. It will courtesy. stands high as a member of the bar where truth was kept at arm's ences would be adjusted. That benefit of St. Peter's Hall, Seventeenth evening. Thomas M. Camfield be held in were indulged in until the small hours, annii; nkvin Cunningham. length and common honesty disof Louisville, aud his talents as a scheme would be submitted to the street. At midnight an elaborate supper was on alliauce. TRINITY COUNCIL. J. Charles Obst The Ladies' Auxiliary. spread. Those present were Misses Eva man of business have received the couraged, but until Lord Cadogan leading Irishmen in the country at It is rumored that John Dunn will soon Goffnett, Nora Weber, VirgieMcFadden, John Keaney "Twin sisters." Trinity Council, 230 Y. M. I., held a encomiums of the most eminent told us we had not realized how in a convention. steal the only daughter of one of his neigh- Sarah Lally, Mayme Stevens, Mayme Owen Keiren A trip to Ireland. meeting Monday evening at its discriminately and impartially was bors. The boys are all prophecising that Gardner, Myria Harlan, Mayme Weber TIIIUtK. authorities. As a private citizen 524 East Madison street, with a True friends of our public school the happy event will come off before and Messrs. Hugh Hampton, Irvin Joseph P. Taylor A bachelor's honey its embargo laid. Now we begin r, large attendance. no words but those of praise can be One member was system should keep in mind the Christmas. Lee Darneal, Arthur Kahl, John moon. initiated. spoken of him. A kinder son and at last to see how even a salary of Cavanaugh A late breakfast. John The President has appointed Brothers important fact that Dr. John W. The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. Mc- - Weber, James Hand and Harry Corbett. Phil. Cavanaugh Lawler's Monarch. truer brother never lived. In his $100,000 a year aud the dignity of Joseph S. Piazza, Harry Kirchdorfer and Hugh, of 824 West St. Catherine street, Galvin possesses a high-grad- e edu P. T. Sullivan Hans Wagner. Mackin Council entertained a large William Bohn as a Reception Committee will be gratified to learn that their little views on public questions he has the Queen's representative are but D. J. Coleman Gaelic melodies. for the euchre to be given Wednesday, a poor recompense for compulsory cation and good judgment. The son is now rapidly recovering from his company at an enjoyable euchre Friday FOUR. ever been on the side of the cause evening. Misses Mary Campbell and November 10. Mr. and Mrs. John T. Sul educational interests of the children recent severe illness. John Hennessy Initiations. Mary Cunniff assisted the council com of the people and has made many abstinence from freedom of speech livan will be the chaperones. Thomas Lynch Fines. There are rumors to the effect that mittee in entertaining and contributed in and indulgence in the luxury of of all classes may be safely placed Brother John V. Hogan, of Indianap sacrifices to aid that cause. His A. Thomas Kelly Company n Harry Smith, a Louisville Sc. no small measure to the pleasure of the truth-tellinolis, is still on the sick list. When even a Lord in his hands. George Flahive A tandem. love of his country and his countryNashville fireman, will soon receive a evening. The lady's prize, a pair of ele Brother James Mulligan, of the Ohio Harry Brady A joint entertainment. Lieutenant must go over a hundred regular engine. His young friends are gant jardiniere, was won by Miss Mary jurisdiction, was a guest at the last meetmen is inspired by the purest patIf Hon. Oscar Turner is elected PIVK. Foley, of Wisconsin, while Mr. Joe pleased at his success. ing aud made quite a little speech, which riotism. No man feels greater miles away from the seat and cen to Congress the people may feel William M. Lawler A. O. H. Hall. Heckman won the gentleman's prize, a was well received. ter of English power in Ireland be- certain The many friends of Joe Winn will be box of handsome neckties. Miss Annie M. J. Butler The New South. sympathy for the poor and opthat they will have a repreThe next meeting will be held Monday sorry to hear that he is ill, and has been Gillum' and Mr. Lee Fisher entertained Robert Heffernan Indelible prints. night. All members are urged to be pressed, and none performs more fore he can dare to say what he sentative in Washington who will confined to the house for the last couple T. J. Claire The silver jubilee. those present by the pleasing rendition of present. real works cf charity in the way thinks we can readily excuse any give their interests the most devot- of weeks. He has his friends best several comic songs and recitations. Mike Francis An elegant evening, wishes for a speedy recovery. one who prevaricates or equivocates ed ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION. six. ' taught by our Savior when he said: attention. A very jolly crowd enjoyed a pleasant L. J. Mackey Consolidation. Invitations are out announcing the cel The many friends of Mr. Edward evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. "Let not thy left hand know what within the Castle "sphere of in John T. Lannan Amateur theatricals. Druggist Erick should be again O'Connor, the ebration of the eighth anniversary of the n plumber, are Walsh, Eleventh and Rowan streets, on fluence." Some one has said that Frank G. Cunningham Fourth and organization of thy right hand doeth." The peoBranch 2, Ladies' Cathof an angel were installed in power defeated. He has been antagon- congratulating him on his appointment the occasion of the reception given in efferson. ple of this district will never regret lic Knights, next Wednesday evening, at to the police department. In this istic to the trades unions, selling the Board of Safely made no mistake.case honor of their beautiful daughter, Miss D, J. Tierney Scally's band. on Cork Hill he would soon be cortheir hall at Seventeenth and Main sending him to Congress. George Daniels Young Men's Divis Ellie. Among those present were Misses streets. A pleasing literary and musical rupted. This was an extreme way scab cigars and ignoring the printMiss Loretta Mulligan, the brilliant Maggie Downs, Katie Brown, Maggie ion No. 0, A. O. H. programme has been arranged for the COMPANY A. A vote for Oscar Turner is a vote of putting it, but Lord Cadogan has ers' label. daughter of Mr. Thomas Mulligan, man- Mitchell, Miss Duffy, Lula May, Lizzie occasion, after which refreshments will P. J. Breen Boston. ager of the Louisville Hotel, who is at- Hope, Julia and Mamie Fallon, and lor good government, for the cause put the same idea in other words. be served in abundance. It is stated that Lord Roberts' tending school at Loretto, has been Messrs. Peter Linskey, James, Domiuick Jerry Hallihan Nadorf's brewery. This is the banner branch of the of the people and for a worthy gen- We congratulate him, while we successor in and Terence McHugh, Edward Brown, A. J. Campbell Jackson and Main, all the commandership of spending a brief visit with her parents. United States, embracing four hundred Thomas Laugan, Thomas Connaughton, the time. tleman, who will wear the Congres- sympathize with him, aud jione the forces in Ireland will be the ladies in its membership. Those who have attended the rehear Dan Harnedy Skibbereen. oseph McCarthy, Dan Harnedy, John sional toga with diguity and honor. that no liarra will befall him when Duke of Connaught. sals say that Dave Burke will make the Lynch, Tim Brodenck, J0J111 Reagan and This paper costs 1 only per year. Tom Langan A good time. LOUISVILLE, KY., SATURDAY, NOV. 5. 1S98. hand, in that it gives us accurately word for word the desired information, which can be immediately transmitted to paper g by means of the machine. There is no fear of errors of judgment or diction with the recently perfected by Edison talking to the typewriter and coming direct as the information does from the speaker. This will make another notch in the post of change and progress, and will doubtless give rise to still other changes and improve-mcnttype-writins. m seven-eighth- 4.1.-- old-tim- ul g, blood-staine- well-know- well-know- Anglo-maniac- s, d. vol-unte- er semi-monthl- club-hous- e, Vil-lie- well-know- g. well-know- bb3s:ttjcb:y LEXINGTON. Social, Personal and Political Gossip ikish ambkican. FRANKFORT. From Our Special Bluegrass Correspondent. SPKCIAI, I.I5TTKK. Notwithstanding the fact that the wiley Senator from Kenton is conceded to have the Democratic nomination for Governor of Kentucky practically within his grasp for several months past, it lias just leaked out here that Col. 1 I Johnston, who was of late thought to be completely out of the race, is negotiating with the publishers of the Argonaut, the "only Democratic daily in Central Kentucky," with a view of buying the plant. This looks significant, and those supposed to know say that Col. Johnston will shortly "shy his castor" into the ring again and his candidacy announced and advocated by the Argonaut. The paper, which is now operated by "scab" printers, will when owned and controlled by Col. Johnston employ only Judge James H. Mulliunion printers. gan is tipped for editor and a very strong editorial and repertorial staff will be engaged. In local politics everything is quiet. There will be no contest in municipal offices this year, except four Aldermen, six Councilmeu and four School Trustees. Next year every city officer, from Mayor down, will have to be elected, and a hot time is looked for. Council No. 144, Y. M. I., will give several delightful' dances and euchres during the winter months, which are being looked forward to with much anticipation and pleasure. It is reported that Col. James Coleman, State Secretary of the Ancient Order of Hiberians, will shortly make a trip to Lexington with a view of organizing a branch of the order here. The writer lias and talked with several they all seem to be anxious to have an order established here. But there is lack of leadership no one has so far been found to lead the movement and push it to completion. It is thought, however, that a branch will be organized by Thanks giving. Those interested in the move ment are Col. Edward Houllihan, Col. P. II. McNamara, Messrs. John McGurk, Robert Furlong, P. P. O'Neill, James Mullen, Garrett Welsh and others. In a few short days Lexington will lose the soldiers and she will become again the same dead old town she was before the brave boys in blue came. The soldiers have proved a good thing for Lexington in more ways than one, all newspaper reports to the contrary notwithstanding. The merchants and all business men have reaped a harvest the like of which they may never see again and it is with regret that they see the soldiers go. The writer visited Camp Hamilton last Sunday and met several members of the Twelfth New Vork regiment. He also visited the Third Kentucky and the Territorials. The Twelfth New York is one of the finest that have been ill Lexington. The newspaper reports have been greatly exaggerated. The officers and men are all polite, courteous gentlemen, and are very popular with the Lexington people. St. Joseph's Hospital haf just rounded year, and Sister Eu out its twenty-firs- t phrasia, the manager, is quite proud of the institution, which has flourished during her control. This hospital is now one of the largest institutions of the kind in this State. Rev. Joseph Flynn, for the past eighteen months assistant pastor of St. Paul's, has been transferred to Covington. He was succeeded by Father Vanderworth. Father Flynn has many friends that regretted to see him go. Irish-America- meteors perish as in a furnace of fire victims of the friction excited by the excessive swiftness of their motion. The gases formed by the combustion of meteors must go somewhere and enter into combination with something. Perhaps the grass and the trees absord them; perhaps they help to nourish instead of injure annual life. In fact, it has been suggested that the supply of oxygen in the air may be replenished from this source, and that without meteors the at mosphere would become inert, meph- itic and unfit to support living beings. On the other hand, some of the new gases reccntlv discovered to be constitu cuts of the air, and the influence of which on human life, whether favorable or un favorable, is still problematical, may have been derived from meteors. At least two of these gases are known to be abundant in the sun and stars, although so rare upon the earth. During this month an extraordinary quantity of matter coining from outer space and more or less mysterious in its nature, will certainly be introduced by the meteors into our atmosphere. It will float in invisible clouds above our heads, and then will gradually sink to our level and be inspired in infinitesimal quantities with every breath we draw. Will it do us good or harm? Is there another meteoric element in us besides that which is signified by the briefness of our lives? Sonic time science may answer these questions. MACKIN COUNCIL Will Turn Out Two Hundred Strong to Greet the Legion. The last meeting of Mackin Council was a record breaker in point of attendance and business transacted. After the transaction of routine business a committee was appointed to notify the Commercial Club that Mackin would take part in the parade and assist in giving the Legion boys a warm welcome on their return home. The committee was also instructed to form a drill team and select a suitable uniform. The council will have at least two hundred men in line in the event of a parade taking place. The following communication was received and filed: "Mackin Council, Y. M. I. Gentlemen: I desire to return you my most sincere thanks for favors conferred during the sickness and since the death of Trusting you will receive my husband. this with the same spirit in which it is written, I remain yours respectfully, Coates and Wood, novel sketch team, together with a grand terpsichorean novelty, introducing twenty white and CreThe opening The Kentucky Irish American ole ladies.Nations," serves pageant "Re- Hibernians Entertain Their Friends in union of to introduce by the Young Indorsed the entire company, while the closing the New Hall News of a PerMen's Division. operatic burlesque, "King of the Phillip-in- e sonal Nature. Islands," is about as amusing a burlesque as the most brainy author could At the last meeting of Young Men's Division, No. 0, of the Ancient Order of have written. SPKCIAT, I.KTTKR. Hibernians, a committee was appointed The initial hop given by Division No. 1 , WORLD OF LABOR. to draft resolutions indorsing this paper A. O. H., at their new hall last Monday and commending it to the general public. night proved a grand social success m s, Workingmen, and particularly The committee was composed of Messrs. should bear in mind that Robert every way. John J. Lannan, K. P. Holley and W. Good music was on hand, and twenty-si- x Frick, candidate for School Trustee in Duane. Before the meeting adjourned J. couples tripped the light fantastic the Eighth and Ninth wards, always igthey reported the following preamble until midnight, when a welcome lunch nored the blue label. and resolution, which was unanimously The annual election of officers of the was served. Everybody expressed himadopted: self as having a most delightful time. Whereas, The Kentucky Irish American Cigarmakers' Union of this city takes The hall is one of the finest dancing halls interest of and for the place Wednesday, November 1G. As this is published in the is one of the strongest labor unions in in the city, and Division 1 will give sevpeoadvancement of the eral dances during the winter mouths. ple, it accordingly deserves our hearty Louisville there will likely be n large Sergeant D. J. McNamara, late of the number of candidates, and a lively interapproval and commendation; therefore Second Kentucky Volunteer infantry, est is manifested in the various races. be it down from Lexington to attend the President Gompers, of the American came Resolved, That Young Men's Division, hop. No. 0, Ancient Order of Hibernians, in- Federation of Labor, sent a letter to State Miss O'Toole, of Madison, Ind., who dorse and approve the Kentucky Irish Federations and Federal Unfons in refer- has been visiting her aunt, Mrs. W. A. American, and recommend for it the ence to the bill to create an eight-hou- r Howard, for the past few weeks, attended liberal support and patronage of the en- day for all Government work, whether the A. O. H. hop Monday night. done by the Government direct fir by tire community. Division 1, A. O. II., will give n The action of the Young Men's Division contract. Among other things he says: "smoker" to their gentlemen friends is appreciated by the management of this "We have no partisan interest to further next week, probably Thursday lu'ght, paper, and with the valuable assistance of or to punish; our movement, our cause November 10. its members its success is bound to ex- - and our interests are committed to and The division is also contemplating giving a grand masque ball the evening of Thanksgiving. It promises to be the social event of the season. Lambert Young Council, No. 101, gave the first of the series of progressive euchre parties last Thursday evening. Like all entertainments given by this popular club it proved a social success in everj' way. Prizes were won by Miss Blanche O'Connor and Mr. Frank Wetzel. The friends of Col. Mart O'Brien who have noticed the happy smile that invariably can be found upon his jolly face say that he is seriously thinking of joining the benedicts. What puzzles them most is whether it is the blonde or brunette, and when the happy event will come off. Brother P. M. Fiehlie, of Division No. 1, A. O. II., this city, has secured a position in Louisville. Brother William Cushion, of Division No. 1, who has been at Lock No, 7 for the past four months, will be home for the Thanksgiving hop. STILL THEY COME, (THE BOYS SZ ST 5 Now, 5 I 3 s . --,,1 we've made them so by treating them zZ so when a boy wants clothes it's the most natural 2 thing in the world for him to say, "Let's get my new 22 suit at the New Mammoth." 3 fairly Are our friends Just to boy Get the Boys to Read Our Ads 5 cigar-maker- 5 Z 5 p And take an interest in what we have to say, we offer the 12 years old and under who collects and brings us the largest number of New Mammoth ads cut from the newspapers A Police E Patrol Wagon. A Good Irish-Americ- Second Prize School Suit. 5 ZZ ZZ ZZ Suit, Keefer or Overcoat at Any Price. EE Choice of the Best Values and the Handsomest Garments for Boys in Louisville. Not a toy, but the real thing. It is 5 feet long and 3 feet ST high has a bell and is a fac simile of the city's big "hurry-up- " g: wagon. Any boy can try for it whether he buys anything here SZ or not. The ads you get must appear during last month ( Octo- 5ber) and this (November). Contest closes December 1, and on "ZZ. this date you are to bring your ads. Now, boys, hustle. See 5 Wagon in Window. , 5 Choice of a Kodak or a Knife AVith Each Boy's Two-Bladcd ; 2 Z ZZ ZZ zz zz ZZ 7 to 10, in neat double-breaste- d styles, thoroughly made and honest all through. A good, serviceable Reefer or Blue Chinchilla, with velvet or OQ Cfl SZ ZZ storm collar 00JU Very swell Reefers, with big pearl buttons, in all colors and flE flfl ZZ Z9LilJ sizes 9 Rfl Bys' School Suits, sizes zZ $diUU zZ ZZ ZZ ZZ ZZ Special Suits For made and with every fZ ening theboys, 7 to 10,patent of pure wooldouble seats anddevice for strength- garments knees and a very waistbands, handsome line to pick from. SZ. the city. Z You'll find them the best values in $Q fM ZZ OOiUU ZZ DO zZ WE DON'T Urge People to Buy WG return money on request. 1NEW MAMMOTH! WEST MARKET g B ST. OHN M. -- MULLOY IN- - IRISH-AMERICA- N SOCIETY DEALER TheSocletyls Becoming More Popular All the Time. New Members. Teas, Coffees 10 IILf "Mrs. Phimp Mahonky." n The late Mr. Mahoney was a member of Mackin Council. Four applications for membership were received and referred, and the Degree Committee reported having made an addition to their team. With the recovery of Mr. James Shelly, the Sick Committee was announced to be without any duties to perform for the first time in many months. The Building Committee reported progress, with the statement that they expected Mackin Council would be in its new home early in the spring. The President was gratified to see so many present, and intimated that the large attendance was a sure indication of the approach of cold weather. Mackin Council has placed this paper on file. They also paid a good subscription. well-know- HE FIT WITH GRANT. "Yes, sir, gentlemen, I fit with Grant an' with Sherman!" said old Sam Blow, the most gaseous, the most conscienceless and the brassiest of all the tobacco-chewinshiftless set of daily loungers around Hi Pegram's store at the Crossroads. "Yes, sir," reiterated old Sam, "me an' Grant we fit side by side at Harper's Ferry an' at Bull Run, an' at Stone River. Why, gentlemen, at Bull Run we had 6ur bosses shot out from under us, me an' Grant did, but we grabbed our guns an' tore along on foot an' Grant says to me, says he, 'Give it to 'em. Sam! Give 'em jesse!' An' it was the same way at Harper's Ferry, me an' Grant we fit side by " side "Aw! give us a rest," interrupted old Joe Todd. "Grant never fit at none o' them battles. He fit at Chickamauga " and "I meant Chickamauga." "And at Appomattox." "Didn't I say Appomattox" "No, you never! You said Bull g, HETEORS. CONTINUED l'ROM FIRST PACK. with her light, so that faint meteors will be lost in the glare. Instead of running to meet the meteors, as it does with the Leonids, the earth will move away from them, and it is only in consequence of their greater velocity that they can overtake it. The result is that their movements in the atmosphere will seem to those who have watched the swiftly flying Leonids to be very slow. In fact, the difference in the appearance of the two acts of invaders from space will be very striking. They are as different in looks as Spaniards and Chinamen. The Leonids are very swift, their prevailing colors are blue and green, and they leave behind them Uails of vivid brightness like scrawls written on the black sky with phosphorescent ink. The Androtnedes, on the other hand, move deliberately, do not leave long trains, and when they exhibit color show red as their favorite hue. As to peril from meteors, it should be said that the most dangerous kind apparn ently do not belong to any swarm, but travel independently through space, and strike unannounced into the Such meteors frequently atmosphere. reach the ground, and people have on rare occasions been killed by them. But among the hundreds of thousands of meteors that filled the sky as thick as snowflakes in 1833, 18C0, 1872 and 1885, only one (thej Mazapil iron) was seen to strike the earth, and there is doubt whether that one belonged to the swarm or came along independently of it. In another way, however, these meteors may bring peril. Having once entered the atmosphere and been burned, the substances that composed them can not escape again. In the form of gases and microscopic dust they continue to float in the air, and finally descend to the ground and the surface of the sea. In the Arctic regions meteoric dust has sometimes been found sprinkled on the white expanses of virgin snow. Deep-se- a soundings have shown that the ooze of the oceaii's bottom contains great quantities of similar matter that has sunk dowri from the heighs of the atmosphere, where the well-know- Run." "Well, I meant Appomattox. I reckon my tongue slipped." "And Grant fit at Shiloh." "Didn't 1 say Shiloh?" "No, you didn't! You said Stone Well, Shiloh an' Stone both begin with a 'S,' an' that's how I made that mistake. I meant Shiloh, an' it was here that me an' Grant routed a. hull regiment by our two selves, an' Grant he " says to me, says he "Lookee here, Sam Blow!" broke in Joe Todd again, "do you know when the battle of Shiloh was fit?" "I ain't very good on dates, but I think it was in the fall of '04." "Like thunder it was!. It was on the Gthof February, '02." "So it was, come to think of it; so it I? River." "Did was." "Yes, an' I was married to my second wife six hundred miles from Shiloh that very day, an' you and Jane Linnus, she that is now Jane Hawkins, stood up with us, an' it was the year after that that you got drafted, an' they could a heard you a mile because you had to bawl go. What you got to say to that?" "Well, of course my memory ain't what it was once, an' I I anyhow I great Scott! If it ain't after 2 o'clock an' they was a man coming to my house to see me at 2. I got to be off, gentle- men." If you want to have the latest thing get a garnet cloth skirt, a black coat and a red velvet toque in a rich, soft shade, a little lighter than the skirt. JOHN W. GALVIN. The meeting of the KenHe should be elected to represent the Kighth and Ninth wards in the School Board. tucky Society was held in Hibernian Hall Thursday evening with law an increased attendance, President Tom ceed the expectations of its most sanguine largely involved in the eight-hou- r friends. We hope the members of the and the eight-hou- r movement; we pro- Keenan occupying the chair. Routine business was promptly disother societies will follow pose to oppose those who are antagonisthe example of the Ancient Order of tic to the law and peaceful methods and patched, after which ways and means were discussed by many of the leading Hibernians. In this connection an invi- measures of our organized members looking to the avancemeut of tation is extended to the officers and By the cordial and prompt of all there can be no doubt but we the interest of the members and an inmembers of all such organizations to visit creased membership and attendance at the office and claim their share of space shall remove opposition to our bill." in our columns. At the meeting of the Ceutral Labor the meetings. Several good plans were submitted for Union tomorrow a delegate will be elected THEATERS. to represent that body at the meeting of the consideration of the members and will the American Federation of Labor at probably come tip for action at the next For some week in the near future Col. Kansas City, on December 12. So far meeting. Twenty-fiv- e Muffert announces the great play of there is only one announced candidate, new members were admit"Cyrano De Bergerac," now being per- Mr. C. W. Coy, but it is thought that Mr. ted to the society and will be initiated at formed by Richard Mansfield in New L. J. Kiefer may be induced to enter the the next meeting. York City. The next meeting occurs on Thursday race. evening, November 17, and it is expected, The Meffert Stock Company will preTHE BISHOP'S RING. the hall will be crowded. sent next week another play never before OPENING LUNCH. seen in Louisville, entitled "Society Its Beautiful Significance and the Reason Shadows." Why One Is Worn. It is by Howard P. Taylor, author of. "Infatuation" and a score of Invitations have been issued by Dave The bishop is the only Catholic clergyother fine dramas. The play is a very man who wears a ring. Its significance Garvey, formerly of Garvey's Hotel, and n interesting one and contains some of the is very beautiful. The ring is the pledge a and popular young man, to strongest scenes witnessed here in a long of faith with which Christ wedded the an opening lunch to be given his friends time. The comedy element strongly pre- church his spouse. As the young man at his new place, 112 Fifth street, this dominates and the parts will give the in- puts a ring on the finger of his spouse so evening, Dave has had experience, and dividual members of the company great the bishop receives a ring at his consecra- there is a rare treat in store for those who scope for fine acting. The mounting and tion to show that he is wedded to the will attend. staging of the play will be up to the usual church, his diocese, and he wears it as a WILL BE RATED. standard of the Temple Theater, the most pledge of his faith toward that church, e in Louisville. popular that lie may love it like himself. Many hard things have been said and When the prelate places the ring on his written aneut the column erected to the Kelly and Mason, the tall comedian and the short comedian, in their laugh- finger he says the following prayer: memory of England's greatest Admiral able comedy "Who Is Who," are to be "Beautify the fingers of my body and in O'Connell street, Dublin, says the seen at the Avenue Theater for one week soul, O Lord, and surround me with the Herald, People have almost wearied of commencing tomorrow evening and in- seveufold holiness of the spirit." In abusing it, and the iteration of the obcluding the usual matinees. Since last olden times letters were always sealed jections raised against it on various season the play has been thoroughly re with a ring, and their genuineness was grounds have made the public a little vised and the pruning knife freely ap- known by the bishop's seal. Such was tired of the subject. Fresh interest may plied to the great betterment of the the origin of the episcopal ring and of the be imparled to it by the extraordinary comedy. Another feature of this season's large stone set in it. There is an indul- disclosure that though liable for both production is the liberal application of gence of forty days for kissing the ring of rates and taxes, neither has been paid on "vaudeville trimmings" and pretty girls. the bishop, the pillar for half a century. The cause have These two pleasing additions of its exemption from rating is "greatly STUDY IN ROME FOR THE CHURCH. brought "Who Is Who" right up in line dark," but those who regard it as an y organiza- Air. Turner, a Recent Convert, Prepares to insuperable obstruction and an unmiti with the leading tions of the day. Pretty music has been gated nuisance and eyesore will rejoice Take Holy Orders. interpolated ill every possible moment John Spencer Turner, Jr., of Brooklyn, to learn that it is to be rated next year and the result is one of the merriest even- formerly a clergyman in the Protestant for the first time. ing's entertainment extant. This year's Episcopal church, whose conversion to FRILLS OF FASHION. company in the support of Kelly and the faith of the Roman Catholic church Mason is a large one and numbers twenty-t- in England last July created somewhat Gan metal belts with steel ornamentawo people, and there are fifteen of a stir among his friends, has started tion are very effective. specialties in the three acts. for Rome, where he will study for the In presenting the Metropolitan Bur- - Roman Catholic priesthood. Mr. Turner One of the novelties in muffs is shaped lesquers' new big double show to the will take up the regular course prepara- like a melon and made of two narrow patrons of the Buckingham next week tory to taking holy orders in the college pieces of fur. theater-goer- s will realize that Messrs. conducted by the Propaganda especially Tulle ruches spotted with chenille in Sheridan and Faust have succeeded in for students from foreign missionary either black or white are wonderfully getting together an organization the countries. After having pursued the pretty and becoming. equal of which has never as yet been prescribed course he will return- to this presented on the vaudeville stage. They country, and, it is announced, will underA. new liberty material is called Orion have spared neither time nor expense in take work in the diocese of Newark satin. It comes in all the light colors, selecting the various members as will be under the direction of Bishop Wigger. and is exquisitely soft in finish. readily seen in the following list of DOUBLE FUNERAL. high-clas- s Buttons of all kinds seem to be in performers. Foremost of all are Nelson, Glinsereti and Demouio, One of the saddest events witnessed vogue, but the latest novelty is crystal or Europe's greatest acrobatic novelty and in this city for a long time was the double glass handsomely cut. Mother-of-peahighest-salarie- d artists of their kind, funeral service at St. Patrick's church blended with glass is another variety. and Sophie Thome, champion clog and yesterday morning over the remains of soft shoe dancer of the world. One of Thomas Flynn and Mrs. Annie McNer-nePretty trimmings for edging bows and the features of the bill is Mine. Nooyah, who both died Wednesday. They flounces are made of thin, narrow lutesensational wire walker, who presents were among the most highly respected string ribbon gathered in the middle. the most difficult feats of high wire walk residents of the West End, and the large They are especially effective on chiffon ing ever attempted by any male artist, throng that attended the solemn service frills. much less a woman. Then there are attested the great sorrow at their demise. Williams and Hood, refined sketch duo; The remains of both were interred in St. Soft, rich colors prevail in the fashion the Burlington sisters, in popular reviews Louis cemetery. for gloves, the glace gloves being the faof the day; Margeret Scott, the Cuban vorite for street wear and the suede in a Repped silks are very seanightingale, with a phenomenal soprano son. They come in rich popular this and soft cream shade for evening. Some of dark colors voice; the Golden Gate Quartette, four some of the varieties are spotted or the street gloves are heavily stitched and comedians, singers and dancers, and fasten with colored crystal buttons. DR. semi-monthl- y Irish-AmericIrish-Americfellow-workers. well-knowplay-housfarce-comedrl y, Remember if you buy coffee from me you will get a coffee that is selected for its fine drinking qualities, roasted strictly DRY eyery day. No glaze or greasy substance put in it to make it weigh. Our DRY roast retains all the aroma oflthe'coffee and makes it pleasant and agreeable to the taste and truly beneficial. We extend you a special invitation to call and see our new method of roasting and cleaning our coffees, and if you can not call and see us, telephone us or drop us a postal and we will call and see you. Tickets given with every cash purchase, good for a useful present. TELEPHONE lip & & Spices POWDER. 1189, RING 2, 545 FOURTH AVENUE. THOMAS KEENAN. 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Special prices for dealers, hotels and large orders. 00000000000000000000000000000000000000000 Telephones, and ?2G8. 000000000000000000000000000000 I I MAIN'SfREEf BREWERY ill III INCOBPOBATBD. GO. LAGER BEER AND PORTER IT'S PURE. LOUISVILLE, KY. n rciSIVTUCI-C- Y sile. The fragments of plate glass, how ever, cut one person severely on the face, but happily this was the only injury to be recorded. When the stone was cast the Record of the Host Important of train was about three miles at the Limer- What They Have Been Doing ick Junction side of Boher station. It is the Past Week Qcneral the Recent Events Culled improbable that any attempt to discover BE? GIVISIV News Notes. From Exchanges. the perpetrator of the outrage will prove successful, but the matter was reported at the next station. Division No. 1 meets Tuesday evening. Lord Fermoy, who quite recently met An exchange says the Lord Mayor of There will be an important meeting of with an accident out hunting, was present Dublin merits the thanks of his Division 4 Wednesday evening. at the Limerick race meeting. and countrywomen for his Measures are contemplated that will The Marquis and Marchioness of Lon unceasing zeal in seeking by every iVT- donderry entertained a large shooting means in his power to ameliorate the sad create renewed interest in the order. party at Wynyaril Park, County Durham. lot of the poverty-stricke- n Mammoth advertise Read the New villagers in TUESDAY, NOV. 22. Mr. John Joseph O'Reilly has been the West and South of Ireland. The ear- ment in this issue and save it for your nominated by the Royal College of Sur nest appeals of Lord Mayor Tallon and little fellow. geons in Ireland for n commission in the his committee have not been thrown Hundreds would join the Young Men's The lady cashing the largest number of tickets will be presented with choice Royal Army Medical Corps. away. Mr. Balfour has promised a meas Division did they only know of the beneof Fine Gold Watch, Diamond Ring or OH Wheel. The Countess of Limerick has arrived ure of imperial relief next session. Con fits and pleasures to be derived. at Dromore Castle, County Limerick. She sideration must be given the committee's The members of Division 3 were anx has been in the South of Prance for the recommendations. ious to celebrate Wednesdiy evening nf benefit of her health and is much better. The application of Sir Thomas Lipton honor of Mike Carroll and the boy. The party asked to meet the Lord Lieu for a spirit grocer's license, which was Division No. 3 was fortunate in secur tenant and Countess Cadogan at Castle- - twice adjourned, came again before the ing the services of Nicholas J. Sheridan wellan, County Down, on the 17th inst., Petty Sessions, Wexford, Lord Maurice for the office of Financial Secretary. included besides the Earl and Countess Fitzgerald being in the chair. Mr. M. J. The Ladies' Auxiliary of Wheeling is of Annesley Lord and Lidy Rosstnore O'Connor, solicitor, said he had been in- very active, and at their late entertainand Capt. Harrison. structed by the licensed traders of Wex- ment the hall was crowded to the doors. The thoroughfares to be ligllted experi- ford to oppose in this case, as they conState Secretary James Coleman enter FIFTH MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT FIRST, SECOND and THIRD WARDS. mentally in Belfast with electric light are sidered it was unfair to their interests tained his division with some very interAnn street, Church lane, Chichester street that this license should be granted. Since esting and instructive remarks Wednes aud Castle street. The work will be pro- looking into the act of Parliament on the day evening. ceeded with after the opening of the new matter, however, he had assured himself The editor of this column has been that it was not open to him to object. unable to locate Messrs. William Lawler, electric station by the Lord Lieutenant. The Right Honorable Hamilton John The only persons that could object were Thomas Claire and James Treston for Agmondcsham Cuffc, Earl of Desart, of the police. some time past. Dr. Coroner Clearv, Kilmallock, held Desart Court, Cuffesgrange, County 8 Boom the Kentucky Irish American and Sir John Tower, Bart, of an inquest at Limerick on the body of until its circulation reaches 5,000 copies river pilot, Kilfane, Thomastown, County Kilkenny, Francis Renolds, thirty-threweekly in the city of Louisville. That have been appointed Deputy Lieutenants who was killed by accidently falling off will enable it to boom you. an outside car while driving from Adarc to for the County of Kilkenny. DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR Brother John C. Cavanaugh, of Divis Mr. John Mallon, Assistant Commis- Limerick with his wife and some friends, ion 3, done good work for this paper m sioner of the Dublin Metropolitan 1'olice, Evidence was given that the horse at' effersonville Thursday evening. There has taken his annual leave. He will be tached to the car on which deceased was are others who should do the same. absent for a month and during that time seated shied, throwing Mrs. Renolds and Regret was expressed on all sides that Solicits Your Support. Election November, 189S. his duties will be discharged by Mr. Lar-ac- her husband on the road. When picked up he was found to be unconscious and Patrick T. Sullivan could not devote the g West market Street, Louisville, Ky. Superintendent of the II Division, time to the office he held. and Mr. Lowe, Chief Inspector of the had sustained a fracture of the skull. He necessary 1898 NOVEMBER ELECTION. 1898 never spoke afterward and died in about Under no other circumstances would his Detective Department. A verdict of accidautal resignation have been accepted. fifteen minutes. Friday evening Laurence Monks, aged 111 death was returned, the jury adding The Hibernian Knights meet Friday if hu about seven years, was playing in comrider of sympathy with the friends' of the night, when arrangements for their ball pany with some other youths at the end predicted that deceased. will be completed. It is of Biirdett avenue, Dalkey, when he acA certain reverend doctor of Balfast has this will be one of the leading events of cidentally fell off one of the rods and a large number of tickets sustained a serious wound in the face. He been giving offense to his parishioners of the season, as by some very mild attempts at have been sold. was conveyed to St. Michael's Hospital, late Belfast, keeping to the The Hibernian Hall on Market street, Kingstown, where he was treated by Dr. 'Ritualism." CANDIDATE FOR good old motto of "Fighting like devils between Fourth and Fifth, is one of the White. for civilization and hating each other for neatest and best equipped in the city. Samuel Flanigan, one of the crew of the schooner Reynolds, was accidently the love of God," expressed its opinion The Hall Board and Tim Lyons deserve atwell of the order for their excellent and drowned on October 20 by falling into on the subject a day or two ago by m ths Lagan, Belfast. He was working on tacking him violently in the street, at careful management. MISS KATE SMITH, Lady Assistant and Embalmcr. $ One of the largest public meetings ever Ladies' and Genis' Furnishings one of the small boats at the davits when the odds of some thousands to one. The clergyman contrived to escape with the held under the auspices of the Ancient 88 the fastenings giving way precipitated Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice. Portland Ave. Eighth and Ninth Wards. him into the water. The efforts of those help of a gentleman who happened to be Order of Hibernians. in Middlesex county m . near, and the crowd then turned upon was called to oruer in Aquinas nun, jVIND on board to render assistance proved unm S. the inoffensive stranger, who "was a mere Cambridgeport, Mass., by President Edavailing. Jjjj TELEPHONE 810. On October 20 a horse trainer named lad of slight physique, and handled him ward Carroll, of Division 5, under whose POSITION In office, store or infirm John McCloskey was arrested by the very roughly. Such is religious toleration auspices the meeting was held. On the ary, by lady with best ot reterences; also copyist. Week Com. Sunday Matlncc, November C. Maghera police on the charge of having up to date. platform were seated Rev. Thomas writes good hand and first-claOn October 20 at the offices of the Scully, Rev. William Dwyer and Rev. Address Miss Mary Belle, care this office. tails of two horses belonging to cut the SHERIDAN & FAUST'S Patrick M1cGolderick, of Eden, and John Dublin United Tramways Company the William Barry, of St. Mary's of the AnAdams, of Granahin, in Walsh's stable committee of the Dublin Tramway Sports, nunciation parish; Rev. Charles F. Dona- - and County President Wallace gave a yard. Both horses belonged to fanners in the presence of the official staff and a hoe, of the Suffolk County Board, State good account of the order in Hast St. who put them up while they transacted number of friends, presented to Mr. E. F President Slattery and President Dineen, Louis. Brother O'Sullivaii is Superin tendent of Carriers in Philadelphia, and Molloy, who lias been Honorary Secretary of the Hibernian Total Abstinence some business in the market. The "Reunion of the Nations" and the of the sports for the last three years, Excellent speeches were made is traveling in the West for pointers on A gentleman named Caughey, while of the mail operatic burlesque, "King noveltiesPhilipthe improvement of the street-ca- r coffee by the gentlemen named. preendeavoring to enter a train at Hollywood valuable silver salver and tea and pine Islands," contain AND OAK At a regular meeting of Division No. 1, service, wmcii is to be applied to tueg sented for the first time, and will amuse His service to mark their appreciation of his recently, slipped on the footboard. development of the service in the from start to finish. feet went down between the wall and the disinterested and successful efforts to es Ancient Order of Htbemians, ot Halti- Eastern cities. Brother O'Sullivan carriage. The train, which was in mo- tablish by means of these sports a fund more, held recently, the following resoluvery popular with the hoys in St. tion, carried him along the platform for to assist aged and permanently infirm tions, offered by M J. Redding, were is "Whereas, the Louis. some distance. When extricated it was employes of the Dublin United Tramways unanimously adopted: W. H. MEFFEET, MANAGER. We are informed on good authority, found that no bones were broken, the Company. Mr. James Kcarns, on behalf fathers of this republic have laid down a Special Attention Given Family Orders. of the committee, made the presentation, policy which, faithfully lived up to, has says tue insti worm, tnat tne several young man only suffering from severe A1EFFERT STOCK COMPANY and Mr. Molloy returned sincere thanks brought us peace and prosperity and the divisions of the Ancient Order of Hibershock. -- IN-for the honor done to him. respect of all nations; therefore he it, nians of Boston are about to form classes We regret to have to announce the study of Gaelic. We sincerely The situation of some of the principal Resolved, That we, as American citizens for the deatlrof Mr. Charles Hart, solicitor. The is true, and that their deceased, who was nearly eighty years of Minister towns renders them peculiarly of Irish extraction, with a full knowledge trust that this liable to inundation after rains, owing to of the miseries coming to humanity from example will be followed by divisions of Matinees Sail? at 2:15. Night Performances age, was uncle to Mr. John Dillon, M. P. OiiU. the tidal rising of the rivers on which contact with England's emblem, and of the same patriotic order in other places. as ropaiar rnces iu, id, hd, dao. No higher. n He was the last member of the very they are built. The extremely heavy the style of England's civilizing and There is hardly a division that does not firm of solicitors, Hart cl O'Hara, against contain some Gaelic speakers; their genwho held a foremost place in legal life in downfalls of October 27 caused very higli Christianizing, solemnly protest M. J. I.AWI.KR. jr. d. i,Avr,rjR. floods in some of these towns. In Tralee anv alliance with England." The resolu uine interest in the tongue is amply DESIGNERS AND BUILDERS OF jjj Dublin in the first half in the century. attested to by the Gaelic chair in the We understand that Mr. Hart has died in hundreds of families had to remain up all tions were sent to the candidates of each Ei ITALIAN MARBLE, AMERICAN AND SCOTCH GRANITE night to remove furniture aud goods out political party in the various districts and Catholic University of America. The considerable affluence. of reach of the rising wafers. When the their opinions asked as to whether they formation of classes will not impose any A great deal of excitement was created FIRST CLASS flood threatened householders improvised are in favor of an alliance with England additional burden on them, their organin Ballinrobe and district by the posting dams and shut their doors ization being already perfected and meet in the hope, or not. up of a proclamation announcing the ing places arranged, so that we are sure g often vain, of keeping out the encroach A meeting of the United Irish Societies suppression of a meeting intended to be ing Lee. These floods are of periodic oo was recentlj held at which delegates were it will only need some county or State N. W. Cor. Nineteenth and Duncan. held there recently in support of the to have currence and cause great inconvenience nresent from every Irish association in divisions to set the ball jjjj policy and principles of the United Irish Workshops and Studios, Carrara, Italy. Artistic Work Only Solicited. . . to the inhabitants as well as damage to iHudson comity, N.' J., and Newark, Pat' the movement become general. Certatn League. Placards announcing the demonHen river in West Cork erson. Railway, unzauein, irenion anu it is, apart from their founding of the property. The stration had been published for the last Gaelic chair at Washington, that it would did not behave any better than the Kerry WARER00MS, 322 to 328 WEST GREEN STREET. jjjj three weeks. It is believed that an at Lee, with the result that the streets of other places throughout the State. The be entirely appropriate and logical that convention was held for the good purpose tempt will be made to hold a meeting Skibbereen were flooded and much loss Ancient Order of Hibernians should CAFE AND RESTAURANT, of organizing a State movement against the despite the Castle proclamation. was caused through injury to property, n alliance. The associa be the bone and sinew of the Gaelic ur. i. is,. Kenny Hem an inquest re Added to this a Kerry train was derailed county embraces in its movement in America, because in bygone cently on the body of a sawyer named and railway service blocked on a couple tion in Hudson days in this country it was the only membership the following associations: organization that kept our people tocetli Patrick Ford, who received very serious of lines. The accounts which have 221 THIRD AVE. O. H., Wolfe er that fought the battles of and bore injuries in a timber yard owned by James reached us recall to the mind one of those Eiuhteen divisions of the A. Private Dining Rooms. Open Day and Tone Association, Sarsfield Association, the brunt ot tue onslaughts on tue lrisn Smith, North King street, from the ef pictures of devastation such as BretHarte Niglit. Best ot Wines aud Cigars. Association, Branch and in many parts of the United States iNcoiiPortAncD. fects of which he died. The medical describes as following a rising of the County Cavan Men's Daniel O'Connell. No. 273, and Branch today, particularly in tne boutu, it is tue TEIiICPHONR 0 OS evidence went to show that death resulted Mississippi river. only organization tnat binds uaei to uaei Dr. Griuiley, No. 244, Irisli National For from fracture of the base of the skull. lias always kept tne nag nying. There is no question affecting the well esters, William M. Barry Association, It The jury returned a verdict in accordance being of the community which calls so BIG Knights of Tara and St. Patrick's AUi with the medical evidence aud exonerated RECENT DEATHS. urgently for settlement as the housing of ance. Resolutions denouncing the alii the owner of the yard from all blame, TO the poor, says the Dublin Herald. The ance were adopted ana it was xurtner- - Among the deaths of the past week Lady Evelyn Crichton, daughter of the interests alike of poor and rich are bound more decided to oppose candidates for none caused more sorrow man tnat ot Earl of Erne, has hat! much success as a up in its solution, for it affects, as per any office at the polls who favor it. little Marguerite, the daughter of Mr, society beauty in London this season haps no other question does, the health Division No. 0, of St. Louis, held an and Mrs. Richard Donahue, which oc She is very young, having only made her of the greater part of the city and the g e and reunion curred Tuesday. Her funeral took place debut last year. In sporting matters morals of a very large section of it. If a meeting Wednesday night, National Sec' from tue residence ot Air. l'at Donanue. pretty Lady Evelyn is quite an "admira- man's companions influence the develop' O'Sullivaii, of Philadelphia, Duncan street, Wednesday aiteruoon. ble" Crichton. She is especially clever ment of his character, so undoubtedly retary James being the guest of honor. Daniel Mc- years of John J. Maloney, forty-tw- o with a boat and enjoys nothing more than does the habitation in which he dwells, Glynn, State Secretary oLUlinois, was- - age, a brotuer 01 i'onceman reier flia rowing and sailing about Lough Erne, The poet's ideal of high living and high AND AM, POINTS IN also present. The President of No. ( loney, died Monday afternoon at St. which is close to her father's country thinking can scarcely be attained among opened the meeting, and under the regu Mary and Elizabeth Hospital of tubercu is no mean feat for a lady, as seat. This filthy, squalid and degrading sunound lar order of bnsiness initiated nine candi losis. The funeral took place Wednesday all who kuow Lough Erne will allow, iugs. The expansion of the moral life is dates, the National Secretary administer- morninjr from tue ciiurcn ot tat. Aloysius, . . . MICHIGAN. Mr. John E. Redmond, M. P., has ac dependent almost altogether in the case ing the obligation. The meeting was and the interment was in St. Louis cepted an invitation to visit Cork at an of the very poor on the condition of the then converted into a social session, and cemetery. .. TERMINALS . . early date and deliver his lecture on physical. This much being granted, we Brother O'Sullivaii, the National Secre ICY. Mrs. Anu Regan, aged sixty years, died Popular Leaders from Swift to have before us the gist of the problem tary, after being warmly welcomed, was "Irisli UNION DEPOT Parnell." It is a charming lecture en which the city fathers and philanthropists introduced by the State President of a complication of diseases last Monday Corner Seventh St. and River. tertaining, cultured and patriotic and have set themselves to solve, and which Brother O'Sullivaii delivered an eloquent afternoon at her home, 1805 Harrison 00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 CITY TICKET OFFICE funeral took place Wcdnes will be fully appreciated in Cork. A very will occupy their attention at the Man discourse on the principles of the order avenue. The No. 218 Fourth Ave. warm welcome awaits the honorable siou House meeting. Various solutions and the necessity of uuiou and fraternity day morning from the residence of her GAOriSS, member for Waterford when he visits the may suggest themselves, but obviously among its members. He sliowed its rapid daughter, Mrs. Shrader, and the services General Agent, Louisville, Ky. South, where his great abilities as a politi- none will be complete that does not com growth and development in a manner at St. Aloysius' church were lamely cal leader and gifts as a gentleman of prehend extension of boundaries, to pro that elicited rounds of applause. Brother attended by the friends and relatives of E. G. MCCORMICK, Pass. Traf. Mgr., interment was in tat WARREN J. LYNCH, A. G. P. A., culture are recoguized as fully as in any vide the building space that does not ex Daniel McGlynn, the State Secretary of tne deceased, Louis cemetery. CINCINNATI, O. 1st within the present limits of the city, Illinois, also delivered an eloquent ad oilier part ot Ireland. Mr. John Ford, sixty years of age, an While the 0 o'clock special in connec the erection of dwelling places for all diess on the duty of Hibernians. He re J. ORONIN, tion with the Limerick races was travel classes of the poor, facility of cheap tran ceived close attention and frequent ap old and respected retired shoe merchant, TWELUTH AND ZANB. ing between Limerick and the junction a sit for workmen to and from residences applause. Following him Rev. C. F. died of bronchitis Monday morning at large stone was hurled at the train and in outside districts, and, as important as O'Lcary delivered quite a learned dis his home, 2728 West Chestnut street. He DRUQS and DRUGGIST'S SUNDRIES any, nxiiy oi tenure lor town tenants Good Particular Attention Paid to Filling Family struck the window of a third-clas- s com We are assured that the meeting will course on the Irish race in the civilization had been ill for several weeks and his Pretcrlptlona. partmeut, which was totally shattered erapnle with this question seriously, and of the world. His address was one of the death was not wholly unexpected. He' The stone entered the carriage, but for while aware that the desired end can only ablest and best ever delivered in St leaves several grown children, who with ' tunately the occupants of the scat nearest oe aiiamea aiter long consideration and Louis. Rew Fathers Dempsey and Clark a host of friends mourn his demise. The DKAU'.R IN 1'lNK labor, to the window were bending forward at the years or conscientious removedwe hope ef- also spoke of the order and its works, funeral took place Wednesday morning AND see much of the evil VEGETABLES from St. by the Borrouico Telephone 384. 248 West Jefferson Street. time to catch the conversation of two forts of those who have undertaken to Brother Fitzglbbon, the worthy County at 0 o'clock the remainsCharlesfollowed to GROCERIES Liquors Always on Maud. were church, and Pine Wl friends opposite aud so escaped the mis deal with this pressing problem. 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