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Kentucky Irish American: November 12, 1898 Kentucky Irish American 300dpi TIFF G4 page images William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1898 kec1898111201_sn86069180 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Kentucky Irish American: November 12, 1898 Kentucky Irish American William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1898 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. - Kentucky Irish American. VOLUME I. NO. 19. LOUISVILLE: SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12, and humorous recitations, which were greeted with rounds of applause. His selections from the lecture of Gov. Taylor created a decided impression. The officers are: President, Tom Kee-naVice President, Miss Mary E. Cunningham; Recording Secretary, Miss Mary E. Sheridan; Financial Secretaries, James Coleman and Miss Mary Welch; Treasurer, Miss Mary Hayden. During the intermission refreshments were served in abundance, and all present voted the officers and members of 2 most charming and hospitable j I) ranch entertainers. 1S9S. company; it used to be fifteen and twenty. So you see we did not have a picnic. Some might think it was a great thing to be guarding the city of Manila. I don't think it was anything at all.' All we were afraid of was the insurgents coming into the city, but they heeded good advice and kept out of sight. Those wc caught on the streets with arms were disarmed. They are worse than the Spaniards. I have no use for them at all; they are too lazy to do any good for themselves. It's burning hot here so hot that we run around iu our underwear in the barrack yard, but when we go on guard we have to wear white gloves, blue shirts, white pants and a pair of leggins, which should not be allowed, for it is just the same as standing in a furnace with so much clothes on. We drill in the morning from 7 to 8, nnd we are not allowed out between the hours of 11 a. m. and 3 p. m. They say it is too warm, but it is not too hot to work or drill. This is the time of the year here. There are GOO in the hospital and those admitted every day average from ten to twenty and the death roll averages from three to six every day. I was on guard at the hospital yesterday and two funerals passed me iu one hour some poor soldier boys who fought bullets and shrapnel shell, but could not fight some dread sickness. We also have about ten cases of smallpox here. I w&s reading a paper here from 'Frisco, where it said the California boys led the fighting on the night of PRICE FIVE CENTS. ANNIVERSARY Celebration of tlic Catholic Knifllits ami Ladles of America. The Remarkable Growth oi a New ami Popular Fraternal Society. A Large- Number of Ladies and NEXT POPE. Will Cardinal Gotti Be the Suc cessor of the Saintly Pope Leo XIII? The Answer May Be Found in a Strange and Almost Forgotten Book. Contained a Motto For Every Sovereign Pontiff From 114! to the End. THE MANY PROPHECIES OF MALACHY AMNESTY, Gentlemen Attended the Exercises. BRANCH OF THE COUNTRY Great Demonstration to, Welcome Back to Liberty Irish Patriots. Just at present the amnesty demonstration held in the Rotunda fits in with peculiar significance. Men of all sections in national politics came together to welcome back to liberty the Irish patriots that England attempted to degrade as criminals and common felons, says the Dublin Saturday Herald. Such a meeting proves to the nations of Europe today that the difference between England and Ireland is an international . one, and not a mere passing pnase oi local unrest. Who were the men that the citizens of Dublin met and honored that night? They were one and all treason felons, sentenced in a time of panic because they strove to free their country by means outside the constitu tion. Naturally enough iu England, but unuaturally with some people in Ireland, it is the custom to look askance at the movement which has rescued many and will rescue the remainder of these men from felon's graves within English prisons. But that the public opinion of Ireland is solidly behind the movement such a meeting shows. England has herself to blame in this matter as upon all others in which we strive to subvert her interests. These prisoners, if they were really dynamitards, as the English press and people pretend, should have been tried under the explosives act, which was rushed through the House of Commons for the very purpose of dealing with such offenses. Had the Government elected to do this, any prisoners convicted would long since have been liberated, like the Walsall anarchists and others so tried and convicted. Thus the whole matter would be "a concluded incident," as the French say, and ministers would have no further trouble. Instead of acting in accordance with the law 6pecially.provideMfcandwithrnatiral justice, the Government of the day elected to try the prisoners as treason felons,-fo- r the political purpose of damaging the constitutional movement led by Mr. Parnell at the time. An informer was found. The men were proved to be Fenians, and were sentenced as such that is, as political founders. Thus it is that the Irish heart warms toward them, men espouse and that all liberty-lovin- g their cause. CANDY A BANNER The largest audience that ever assembled in Marker's Hall, Seventeenth and Main streets, gathered there Wednesday evening, the occasion being' the celebration of the eighth anniversary of the organization qf Branch 2 of the Catholic Knights and Ladies of America, today the banner branch of the United States. Branch No. 2 was organized eight years ago in one of the larger rooms of St. Patrick's parochial school, with Mr. Patrick Holley as its President. From the first it proved a popular movement, and the low assessment rate and improved plan upon which it was conducted resulted in inducing many to leave other fraternal societies to become members of the new body. Today it possesses a substantial reserve fund, with between 130 and 140 branches in thirteen States. Louisville enjoys a larger percentage of membership than any other city, with Chicago a close second. The membership is increasing rapidly, and the officers boast of the fact that the cost of insurance and sick benefits is less than in any similar society in the United States. Organizers are at present doing successful work in Nebraska, Michigan and Missouri, and Ohio will be invaded in a few days, when branches will be established in Cleveland and Cincinnati. The assemblage was called to order by President Tom Keenan, and after the transaction of the necessary business Brother O'Brien was called to the chaii to preside over the social session, and it proved a happy selection. Mr. O'Brien in accepting the honor delivered a most interesting and instructive address, reciting the history of the branch and paying aglovinjrtrib'uteoth'e5eal Btidearnest ness of the officers and members. The President Chairman then introduced Keenan, who gave a brief synopsis of the work accomplished by the branch and the prominent part its representatives took in the councils of the national body. Among other things, he stated that members of No. 2 had filled with distinction every office iu the Supreme Council one of its members, Miss Mary E. Sheridan, having been honored with the First Vice Presidency, and subsequently becoming President on the death of, Mr. McGoff, and is at present Supreme Treasurer. Another member whom Branch 2 delights to refer to is Dr. William B. Doherty, who from the first has held the office of Supreme Medical Examiner. Mr. Thomas Henley was also complimented as a representative of the branch, he having held the offices of Supreme Secretary and later Supreme President. The remarks of the President were received with enthusiasm. Chairman O'Brien announced that no prearranged programme had been arranged, but called from the audience the following ladies and gentlemen, who contributed greatly to the entertainment of the invited guests. Each performed his or her part exceedingly well, and it would be unjust to discriminate. The following was the impromptu programme: Duet Misses Rose Zottman and Annie Eady. Vocal solo, "Love's Serenade" Miss Carrie Scally. Vocal solo, "She Was Bred in Old Ken tucky" Miss Bee Mullarkey. Vocal solo, "Black Sheep Loves You Best" Miss Minnie Timmons. Address. Review of Branch No. 2 Miss Mary E. Sheridan. Address by the Branch's First Presi dent Mr. Pat Holley. Vocal solo, "The Song That Reached My Heart" Miss Charlotte Walsh. Vocal solo. "Break the News to Mother" Miss Nettie Timmons. Address by the Supreme Medical Di rector Dr. W. B. Doherty. Vocal solo, "You'se My Lady Love" Miss Bee Mullatkey. Address by the Former Supreme Presi dent Mr Thomas Henley. Comical solo Miss Minnie Timmons The review of Branch 2 by Miss Mary E. Sheridan was a most complete one, and demonstrated the wisdom of the confidence placed in her by the entire mem bership. She was the first lady to be honored with the Presidency of a national body comprising male members, which speaks volumes for her executive ability, Dr. William B. Doherty, who was cho sen Suoreme Medical Director of the Knights and Ladies at the first national convention, and has held the office ever since, was next introduced to the audience. 'He. explained the methods pur sued to prevent the assessments from becoming burdensome. He predicted that this would become in the near future the leading fraternal body in the United States. The remarks which he directed to the young ladies created much merri ment. Mr. Charles J. Dittoe lent his. valuable assistance by rendering several pathetic PULLING. deliuhtful candy nulling will be given during the afternoon and evening of Wednesday, November 10, in the rooms of the Sacred Heart church school. It will be under the auspices of the young ladies of the juvenile choir, who will be assisted by a number of young ladies and gentlemen of the congregation, and they promise a pleasant time to all who at tend. The afternoon will be devoted to the little folks, but arrangements have been made for entertaining all who may not be able to attend in the evening. The young ladies of the choir having the affair in charge are Misses Lula Mattingly, the organist, and Carrie Carey, Blanche Mattingly, Mary Belle Cronm, Annie and Katie Vaughn, Lizzie Tarpey, Minnie Timmons, Emma and Florence Bell They will leave nothing undone which will contribute to the pleasure of their friends, and an abundance of good things and lots of fun are promised. NARROW ESCAPE. Edward Donahue, of 1129 West Broad way, was severely hurt Monday morning building. He was at the Courier-Journone of the carpenters employed in making alterations in the building, under Architect Cu'rtin, and in stepping from one joist to another lost his balance and fell from the third to the second floor, sus taining severe bruises and several ugly cuts about the head and face. A physi cian was called and found it necessary to take several stitches in his forehead. He was taken to his home, and as lie es caped internal injuries his speedy return to work is looked for. He had a narrow escape. al REMOVED TO NASHVILLE. Mr. J. P. Donegan, of 1417 Story avenue, for a long time connected with the Louisville Packing Company, left last Sunday for Nashville, where he goes to take charge of one of the departuients of the Packing Company's branch house in that city. He has many friends who will welcome him back to this city when the busy season is over in Nashville. CONFIRMATION. At the Sacret Heart church tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock will be witnessed the confirmation of a large class of young people, Preparations for the joyful ev.ent have been going .on for some time, and the solemn rites will be administered by Right Rev. Bishop McCloskey, assisted by the pastor, Rev, Father Walsh, and a number. of clergymen. Will Gerolamo Maria Gotti be the next occupant of the chair of St. Peter? If not, the wonderful prophecies of St. of Ireland, Malachy, the prophet-pries- t will fail for the first time in history. Eight centuries ago this Archbishop, gifted with power to lift the veil of the future, wrote of the successor of Leo XIII., "Signus ardens" "a burning torch." By a strange chance is it fate or merely a coincidence? in the coat-of- arms of Cardinal Gotti is a burning torch. It is now known that the frail old man, Leo XIII., is passing away. Who will be the successor is a question that is agitating the world. To answer it many have turned to that strange and almost forgotten book, "The Prophecy of Malachy, figuratively characterizing all the Popes from the writing of it to the end of the world." They have found there the symbol for the new Pope. It is a lighted torch. Eight centuries ago Malachy O'Mor- gair, Arciimsnop ot Ariuagu, lreiauti, wrote this Papal chain. He was a mod est man, a pious man, and he became the prophet-sain- t of the Emerald Isle. When he died in 1148 it was found that he had left behind a wonderful book. It was called "The Chronicles of Malachy," and it contained a motto for every sovereign Pontiff from 1143 to the end of the Papacy. And every Pope from that time has corresponded to the prophecy of the Irish seer. At first but little was thought of the motives of the good Saint Malachy. It was not until several centuries after the Archbishop's death that they were pub- lised bv Albert ..Wion. a Benedictine moiiK. oiucc mui time uiey uave uccit translated into many languages and have come to be valued as sibylline books. Celestine II. was the first Pope under the prophecy. Ex castro Tibris "From a castle of Tiber," the motto reads. Celestine was a Tuscan by birth, a native of Fort Saint Felicitis, near the Tiber. Many years later Adrian IV., the only Englishman who has ever worn the triple crown of St. Peter, succeeded Anastasius IV. Again the prophecy came true. It De rare albo "Of the Alban read: (white) country." Adrian was not only from the white ciiffs of Albion, but he had been Bishop of Alba and Legate to Norway, the land of snow. There are 111 of these remarkable prophecies. Each has been similarly verified. Of the latter-da- y Pontiffs St. Malachy says of the 100th Pope after Celestine: Crux de Cruce "This cross comes from the cross" (of Savoy). This was Pius IX. Like the famed oracle of Delphi, the meaning of Malachy's terse Latin mottoes was sometimes misunderstood. But there always came a day when all was made plain, and the spirit of prophecy was vindicated. After the Pope who is spoken of as a torch, Saint Malachy mentions eight more Pontiffs. That, said the prophet, will be the end of the roll of Popes, for then the earth, too, will pass away. He adds one last prophetic vision. "At the time of the final persecution against the Holy Roman church the Pontificial throne will be occupied by Peter, a Roman,' second of that name. He will feed his flocks amid tribulations. When they shall perish the seven hilled city will be destroyed, and the terrible Judge will judge his people." There are many learned prelates who would willingly rule the Papal See, and would fain forget the prophecies of Malachy. No earthly monarch has such loyal subjects as this Roman pontiff; no king wields so great a power. In outward magnificence his entourage is not what it was, but in the impressive logic of fact the spiritual monarchy which humbled Bismarck does not yield to the proudest throne. Not the Czar himself has so many subjects. Princes sue to him for pardon, the proudest in the land kneel humbly at his feet. Some Popes have maintained a state and ceremony befitting a mighty king. Leo XIII. has lived the life of a holy ascetic and cared naught for worldly glory. St. Malachy wrote, of him. "Lumens in Caelo" "light in heaven." In every truth his holy life, his good deeds and his wise and kindly rule shine out like a beacon' in the religious world. Still, the motto would have fitted others. Several names have already been men tioned for the chair that will soon be vacant. There is Cardinal liampolla, the learned diplomat and the uncompromising foe of the Italian Government, and Cardinal Angelo di Pietro, the pious, beloved old man from Environs, called already ''the Saint" by his people. Either is worthy to be a Pope, they say in Rome. There ia another; his name is Gerolamo Maria Gotti, and in Ills coat of arms can be seen a burnng torch. Will the prophecy of the Irish seer be fulfilled? Will Cardinal Gotti lay aside his mitre that the triple crown may be placed upon his brow? Or j will the nineteenth century laugh at the predictions of the Irish saint and break the chain of his predictions? Will the torch be quenched? There are those who say it will bring dire disaster to the lioly See if the prophecy of Malachy is forgotten. Iu the splendid and artistic ceremon ials of papal coronation there is a simple. act performed. An attendant of the papal chapel brings in'n handful of flax on a gilded rod; the master of ceremonies burns this flax in ihe presence of the solemnly: Supreme Pontiff, f saying "Holy Father, thus passes away the glory of the world." Will the torch of Gotti go out as the bit of flax? Or will it be a light to illumine the, world when he sits upon the throne of St. Peter? That Cardinal Gotti is fitted to be the head of the church no one doubts. His life has been a simple one, full of and unceasing labor. The sou of a Genoese 'longshoreman, he was brought up tin poverty, and was familiar from his hildhood with the sorrows of the poor. For many years he was a brother of the Carmelite order, passing his time in? penance and prayers. At last he became its General, the highest honor of the order. The Pope finally appointed liihi Apostolic Nuncio to Brazil, and then Cardinal, not because he was a brilliant man or a wonderful leader, or even a Jgreat organizer, but because he was hqly man. It is said that of all the prelaCes Gotti is most beloved by Leo. His gentle soul, his pure life, have endeared him to the Holv f Father. Leo XIII. is a fine'theologian, absolute in his faith, magnetic in his personality and the wisest of diplomats, but he sees in the son of the Genoese 'longshoreman the nobility of soul Ithat makes a man a power among his fellow-meGotti is a learned nan and an upright man, but he has n ither the wonderful intellect nor the fascinating personality of Leo XIII. It has been said of him that he would not ;make a great Pope, but a good one. Leo XIII. has read the prophecies of St. Malachy. He knows that the motto of the next Pope is "The burning torch." Perhaps it is for that reason he has been heard to allude to Cordinal Gotti as "my ' successor." MANILA. Another Interesting Letter from Timothy J. Riordan. The Insurgents Arc Alore Treacherous Than the Spanish Enemy. Dirty and Lazy. HOME AGAIN. Louisville Legion Will Keturn From Porto Kico This Month. Great Preparations Being- Made to Give the Boys a Kentucky Welcome. - Their Utter Wortlilcssncss Renders The Celebration Will Be Participated in by All Classes Them Unfit to Become Citizens of the United. of Citizens. WAR DEPARTMENT OFFICIALS INVITED States. THE BOYS THAT DID THE FIGHTING. Whether the Government should or should not annex the Philippine islands is a question upon which many of our oldest and ablest statesmen and writers disagree. That they contain many who would not realize or appreciate the bene fits or responsibilities of citizenship there RECENT DEATHS. Michael White died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. .Snuivan,. at 314 East BfecTtihridftf mg, of the infirmities incident to old age. He was seventy-seve- n years of age and well known. The funeral took place yesterday morning. streWMlmT)rii- Mrs. Mary Palmer, aged fifty-nin- e years, died Tuesday evening of organic heart disease at the home of her daughter, Mrs. P. Coleman, at 1220 Zane street. LOUISVILLE'S CONGRESSMAN. She was a widow and leaves several grown children. The funeral services took place Thursday morning. is no denying. The following Jetter from August 2, but it never mentioned the Nebraska boys or the Eighteenth. They Mr. Michael J. Gleason, the well known Mr. Timothy J. Riordan, formerly a n Irish resident of this city, at- were the boys that did the fighting that, government engineer on the Louisville and they fought until their last and Portland canal, has the sympathy of tests to their treachery and worthless-nes- night It was written to Mr. John Dolan, shell was gone, and they had the Span a large circle of friends in the death of iards already retreating when the Call his wife, which occurred-ahis home at under date of October 5, and was received here Sunday, being one month in forma volunteers came trom camp in 1730 Duncan street last Saturday even double time. If you read the papers you ing, lier luneral took place trom bt. transmission. Mr. Riordan had a very will find that there were more of the Ne lively time at Cavite, and from his ex Patrick's Church Tuesday moriiipg, and braska volunteers hurt or killed than any the remains were followed to their last perience at Manila it would seem that other outfit in the trenches. The reason soldiering in the Philippines is not as resting place by a vast concourse of sor pleasant as many imagine. He has many why was they had fighting metal in them rowing friends. friends in this city, who will be delighted aud they jumped on top of the breastLast Sunday night Mis. Ellen Bren- to hear from him through these columns. works to follow the Spaniards when nan, a well known and highly respected From his interesting letter we extract the three or four of their comrades were The officers could hardly get killed. lady, passed away at her lute home, 1831 following: High avenue, aged sixty years. Mrs. Dear John I received a letter from you them back in the trenches. So that is Brennan was the mother-in-laof Mr, today, dated eight days after the battle how they were killed. If you walked John Farrell, assistant yardmaster of the and surrender of Manila. I tell you I over the same ground that we fought the Pennsylvania lines. Her funeral took felt good and happy, for I have received battle on you could not tell that there place Wednesday morning from St. Pat only three letters from Louisville since I was one fought there. The rice fields rick's church, and the large number got here. I wrote to you and Mr. Tandy have grown up and the trenches are al present attested to the high esteem in from Cavite. From there I sent Tandy most level with the ground, with a thick which she was held. some relics I got from Spanish prisoners growth of grass over them. The only whom the insurgents had. One thing I thing that remains to tell of it at all is One of the saddest deaths of the past did not tell you was the number of prison- the old fort. There is a hole through and week was that of Mrs. Theresa O'Con ers we had. We have about 14,000 inside through it large enough to admit a box nor, wife of Mr. Frank O'Connor, who the walled city. Uncle Sam is feeding car to pass. One of Dewey's shells struck is a proofreader on the Courier-Journa- l, them and they get but two hours out in it and killed and wounded from twenty who died Wednesday night at her home Spaniards. Another sign the morning ana two in the afternoon. five to forty-fiv- e in this city. She was thirty-si- x years of There are to this city aud remains in the cut-u- p condition of the age, and for two years had suffered from we have guards at them all, so they can trees all around. They are cut aud rid a cancer, which was the cause of her not get out. You can bet your life I have died by Mauser bullets aud shrapnel death. She was Miss Fernandez, of Mad seen service enough by this time, but it shells, which burst all around us, and, rid, of which city she was a native, and is not the fighting or the few hardships tell you, when we look at them and think was in every way an admirable woman we have to go through that have made me of what we have gone through we have to The remains were shipped to Fort Plains, see service enough. It is the doggedness laugh at ourselves and say we did not N. Y., the former home of Mr. O'Connor, and tyrrany of our officers, for whom, I think it was so fierce, but when you go for burial. guess, the papers in America are singing right out and look at all these things, you come to find out what is The announcement of no death for a hymns of praise. If the men in this army then when could only have their way the papers in it .was you went through. John, I had long time was received with more gen taken about two weeks ago, uine sorrow than that of Emile Bourlier, America would sing hymns somewhat my picture different. Old boy, I am safe and sound I mailed three of them to you one for which occurred most unexpectedly and Timmie, one for yourself and one for was announced last Saturday morning. and came through the thick of the. battle The background of the picture with another Louisville boy as a partner, Tandy. His demise was caused by heart trouble. our "Old Kentucky Home." It shows the beach where that tough fight He retired Friday evening apparently singing on August 2. I don't know how well, but was suddenly attacked during was like going to a picnic, but it was a was little too hot. Talk about your balls at you will like them, but I send them any the night and all efforts to afford relief way, und I want you to keep them in were unavailing. Thousands of persons Louisville; we had a succession of balls on August 13; we had steel balls and lead memory of the battle of Manila and your attended the funeral, which was con triend. About October 8 or 10 I will ducted Sunday afternoon from Christ balls and brass balls, while the band con- true cluded with "What a hot time in the old put in my application for discharge and I Church Cathedral. The esteem iu which expect to be in Louisville for Christmas kindly politician was town" there was for us. We were wet, the whole-souledirty aud tired, and sleepy and hungry, or sooner, and then I can tell you a little held was attested by the host of sorrow would like to mention in ityj friends who followed the funeral too, for the hardtack we put in our more than I knapsacks got all wet from the heavy this letter, for it seems to me that the train to Cave Hill Cemetery, where the we write here are not delivered in remains were laid to rest. The active rain tliat fell on the morning of the bat- letters tle. The evening we captured the city I the State3. Let me know in the next letwere two representatives ter you write me if you got the letter from each of the lodges of which he was went on guard at about 4:30 o'clock or It was written on somewhere near that hour, and I tell you about the battle, a member and from the fire department. when I got off next evening I did not August 10 or 18 or it may have been on were the Hon The honorary Charles P. Weaver, the, Hon. Charles D. need a bed to sleep on I" laid right down the 14 tb, but I wTote one from Cavite and Jacob, T. J. Minary, John Martin. Fred on the stones and slept the sleep of the some relics I sent to Tandy. Let me Bishop, Theodore l6ert, Fred Hoertz, tired and needy man. Every morning know if they have arrived; and also tell William F. Mayer, Sqott Newman and for about a month we would send out Jim Ratigan I have a few relics he can Joe Gans and Jack Daly have been Ed Tierney. The funeral train was one about 150 men for guards, not to mind place in his saloon a Spanish pistol! an matched for a contest at 133 pounds, at of the longest ever seen here, and as it phseed through the streets the Cathedral what other regiments would send out too. artillery sword, some Mauser bullets, some Cleveland, December 12, for a purse of $5,000. CONTINUED ON THIRD PACK. The guard has fallen down to six in my cuimes ana tne nre Dells tonea. well-knows. t w draw-bridgn. d, Cas-tlempall-beare- ts pall-beare- rs The movement to give our soldier bovs a rousing welcome home has taken defi nite shape, and all the details are being rapidly completed. It promises to be one of the most notable events of recent years, and will be participated in by all the local civic societies as well as citizens generally. At a meeting Monday night of the Executive Committee much progress was made. It was decided to have the jubilee celebration last three days, and it was also decided to ask a number of the nation's celebrities to be the city's guests during the jubilee. Gen. Basil Duke will go to Atlanta and ask Gen. "Joe" Wheeler to come, aud a committee of five, with Logan Murray as Chairman, have gone to Washington City bearing an invitation from Louisville to the War Department. The programme for the three days of jubilation will be made up as follows: The first day committees with bands are to meet each section of the regiment as it arrives at the depot and escort it to the old Armory, on Seventh street, where the men will stack their arms nnd equipments and be dismissed for the day. At night all the arches and public buildings and private residences, gay with pretty bunting and decorations, will be brilliantly illuminated. All the combined bands in the city will give a concert of patriotic music in front of the courthouse. Promptly at 10 o'clock on the morning of the second day the big parade will start. The great number of civic, municipal and military bodies will make it two or three hours to pass any given pointv "Besides thV inarcners 'on foo?Therwill be dozens of carriages containing noted civic and military dignitaries. When the parade is over the Legion will be escorted to the banquet hall, where an elaborate dinner will be spread for them by the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Commercial Club. At its close there will be toasts and speeches of welcome ad libitum by civilian guests. The home welcome to the Legion will be the night feature at the Auditorium. All the members of the First Kentucky will be seated iu the parquette and in the front rows of the dress circle. The other seats can be taken by those fortunate enough to secure tickets of admission. On the stage will be a chorus of several hundred school children, dressed in national colors and arranged as a flag. They will sing patriotic airs and the combined bands will give an elaborate programme of popular melodies. Sandwiched between will be appropriate addresses by Secretary of War Alger, Gen, Joe Wheeler and other celebrities, if they come here. This will end the second day's celebration. In the middle of the afternoon the First Kentucky boys, in full dress uniform, assisted by visiting regiments, will give a grand dress parade and pass iu review before Gens. Alger, Wheeler and other military chiefs. That night at the Auditorium an "Auld Lang Syne" welcome will be given the returning warriors, in which every one is invited to take part. It has been decided to present each member of the Legion with a handsome bronze medal, a memento of the short war that resulted in such complete and glorious victory for the American arms. The medal will be the size of a silver dollar. The design of the medal will be simple but neat and effective, appropriately inscribed. A dispatch from Washington states that the committee representing the Commercial Club called upon the Secretary of War Thursday morning and had an order issued granting sixty days' furlough to the First Kentucky regiment, now iu Ponce, Porto Rico. The regiment will leave on the transport Mississippi next week, and is expected to reach Louisville about the 20th of this month, to where they have been ordered direct. They will come either by way of Newport News or Savannah. The committee also called upon President McKinley iu the interests of the First Kentucky and Col. Castle-maThey were very kindly received by the President, but could give him no information about the regiment not already in his possession. He spoke in the highest terms of the services rendered by the regiment in Porto Rico, of Col. commanding the regiment, and the other officers and men, and said he would always remember the services of the regiment. It is the wish of many citizens and military men that the-- President will make Col. Castleman a Brigadier General. X '' O ii the speech of Loid Cadogan at 719 West Oak street. Immediately after , . f- -i A I. I ; Ballyroney, in which he took pleasthe ceremony Mr. Gallagher left for Bloomington, Ind., where he has since ure in the reflection, comforting to been employed. He is here on a visit, Devoted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans. a Unionist Viceroy, that a "feeling but the young couple may remove to of contentment and of loyalty is The careless handling of a rat confined Bloomington and make that place their IV r. IIIGGIXS, WIIvI-rlAin a cage for 1'l.lbllwlior. permanent home. being more widened among the caused the deathexperimental purposes of Dr. Batisch a few 5INQLE COPY, 5c. people of this country." Does his days ago in Vienna. Dr. Mueller, his Miss Alice Underbill entertained the SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. Chrysanthemum Socials at her home last Excellency believe that the sup- physician, also died after attending him. s Rtitcrcd at tlio Loulavlllc Postofflcc a Matter. Thursday evening. Those present were The tragedy originated in Prof. pression of free speech, the breaklaboratory, where experiments everything necessary to furnish a happy Misses Mayme Short, Susie Nichols, Address all Communications to tbe KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, 326 West areen Street. ing up of meetings and police baton were being conducted with the plague Alice tieibcn:. Mavme Seltzer ami Al,V home. We commend them to your Underfill! ; Messrs. John T. Bradlev. charges will accelerate the growth germs since the outbreak in the East two Gus Byrd, John Mark, Lee Knight and years ago. It receives great attention of that "contentment and loyalty" from the profession of Vienna because, Misses Mayme Keaney and Sallie Sul- Tom E. Letters. livan have returned from Nazareth Acadwhich at Ballyroney he seemed to on account of that city's proximity to the The euchre party given by Trinity East the feared there attribute to "the conduct of her elsewhereplague is moreThis plague than Miss Mayme Gatto will entertain the emy, where they spent several days with Council, Y. M. L, Wednesday evening, Miss Keaney's sisters, Beda and Nellie, in Europe. lurks SATURDAY, NOV. 12, 1S98. Majesty's Government and their perpetually in certain interior cities of Y. L. E. Euchre Club on Thursday,' who are attending school there. LOUISVILLE, KY., was a very enjoyable affair and reflects much credit on the reception committee. Asia. Occasionally it appears in the November 17. administration of Ireland?" Mr. The first prizes were carried off by Miss Mr. John Horrigan, the ELECTION RESULTS. the British fleet to the French is great ports and creates a 1894 Mr. Howard Funk, of JV'fi East Breck blacksmith nt Klpvpntli mul Mntn stivpts.. Lula Stey and O'Brien asked in Mayo whether the it broke out in severe panic. inInHong ... . Phil M. Roeli riV. ivliilp ... .. form completely neutralized by the vital inridge street, is now working Ule .is jubilant over the arrival of a lovely the consolation prizes went to Mrs. James Government means to knock on the Kong, and as the "black death" it has Bray Clothing Company. The election is over, and a tamer, factor in the problem that England little daughter at his home. An elegant . Kelly and Charles J. Creuse. nearly depopulated Europe on several ochead their policy (for the English more peaceful, surprising election lives on Mr. William F. Mayer, who lias been reception is announced in her honor, , the rest of the world, and casions. It is therefore a subject of much . t.o.. I unrc urai imuitu announcing me constituencies) of "killing Home experiment and study on the part of in this city. There never occurred President of the Sinking Fund, marriage of .Mr. John Moran and Miss that France does not. All this, of It is announced that John J. Grogan, Rule by kindness," or whether learned and scientific men, and it was is enjoying a hunting trip. was evidently no interest, uo exciteof Seventh street, will shortly induce a Margaret Haugh, a very popular West course, is perfectly well known to while thus engaged that Dr. Barisch rethey are going to hark back on the ment, and yet it was clear that in English Mrs. James H. Mulligan has returned very popular young lady to share his End couple. The cercmnnv will tnt. ceived the bite that causedhis death and Ministers; but they think old system of killing Home Rule the death by infection of the physician to her home in Lexington, after a pleas happy home, and his intimate friends are place at St. Patrick's church on the more anxiety no election was there of Wednesday, November 23. Miss that the present is an opportune already tendering their congratulations. with the bludgeon and the bayonet. who attended him. Even the nurses ant visit to Mrs. Basil Duke. and earnest, quiet effort by the moment for Mollie Kelly will be the bridesmaid, a display of pretended while Mr. Michael Mack will act as best His Excellency, aud not his chief were ittaken violently ill and for a few Michael King, who is an attache of the The marriage of Mr. John Kean, a friends of all candidates. Twenty courage and days was feared that the plague had Gait House, will shortly lead to the altar readiness for war and employe of the Louisville & Nash- - man. in secretary, represents the Irish ad gotten a foothold in the city. A similar thousand voters failed to vote they have been encouraged to think Tuesday afternoon at St. Patrick's ministration in the cabinet council. disaster is not impossble in this country. this city; aud all efforts on the part so oy me tact that 111 recent years church was solemnized one of this seaare enough plague and to arouse them What is the net result of this at There of all kinds confined in the disease of the politicians son's most popular weddings nt p,. laboragerms France has twice submitted to their tempt to revive f he coercion regime? tories in different sections of the Union Mgr. Gambon performing the ceremony. from indifference were futile, yet pretensions in Africa. It is, howThe happy bride and groom were Miss uetween tne issue ot the precious to kill the entire population 111 a few but for the hustling of the work ever, a dangerous Bndgte Maloney, of Seventeenth and Tv- game. It may days. proclamation on Friday and the ers, who did inject a little life into be played ler avenue, a lovely young lady, and Mr. once too often." The Women are determined more than ever William Welch, of 2118 Bank street, who holding of the meeting on Sunday the School Trustee races, a much toregoing contains much that has to make caricatures of themselves by' the holds a position with the American Tofor the meetings were held vote would have been cast. been smaller new modes of wearing the hair, their bacco Company. A large number of overlooked by many of o bayonets and batons a thou coats, collars aud hats, and last but by no In no election were there so many friends of the happy couple were present alliauce writers, and tendered their best wishes. Mr. and sand men of the Ballinrobe district means least the new and easily detached combination and deals, suspicions and when they give the matter the "adjustable" hips. Small skiuney arms, Mrs. Welch immediately went to house- enrolled their names as members of wasp waists and enormous hips hardly go and distrusts, unexpected results proper thought keeping. they will learn that the Uuited Irish League. If uoth together, and no passer-bis sill)' enough and disappointments, from which England's alleged friendship con One of the most talented young violin will convince Dublin Castle of to think so. Then comes a multitude of likely to spring in the future are ists of this city is Miss Mary E. Hoertz, sists of nothing but pure selfish ing rats iu the coiffure, exaggerated pompa the stupidity of their efforts to dour and hat, huge bow under the chin, much to worrv and discount the of 1310 Floyd street. She is a very pretness. By following in the path of ty brunette, and all who know her are stifle national feeling and to de and to climax it all a new skirt is coming plans of the politicians on all sides, our forefathers we have become the delighted at her success in music. Her in vogue that will surpass anything ever prive Nationalists of the elemen Crimination and recrimination, fac greatest many rare qualities have endeared her to before dreamed of in dressmaking. It and most liberal nation in her friends, of which she has a very tary rights of citizenship, at least has no fullness at the waist aud is a de tional and personal stnte are in the world. Let us not leave that large number. It is more than probable the vast accession of strength to cidedly clinging skirt. It clings so close for all in future campaigns as path store at the suggestion of any for that she will in a short time rank among ly that, it is to be hoped, women with any the new organization should point vestige of modesty left will taboo it. a result of the methods resorted to, the leading lady violinists of our country. eign power, much less that of the will be She is also a very fine actress, having a moral to them. The association and the 20,000 one which tried to destroy us in Dr. W. Kinnear, the London scientist, taken the leading part in Shakespeare's will be looked upon as an absolute quantity and bone of the uncertain promises tue Human lamuy tnree cen 1776 and 18 1 2, and was the ally of 'All's Well that Ends Well" and many necessity in Counaught. Not many turies of life if they will abstain from food contention. other heavy pieces. the foes of the United States Gov weeks ago the people there were that has a tendency to ossify their bones, And on the result there seemed ernment in The many friends of Mr. M. J. Leamev MR. MICHAEL J. TYNAN AND MISS MAMIE METCALFE. the war of the rebellion. Three hundred years of life! Just think starving. Their economic coudi of it. A man only eighty or ninety-fiv- e really no enthusiasm; not a cheer and Miss Mary Agnes Martin will he surThey will be united in marriage Wednesday afternoon at St. Paul's church. prised to hear of the announcement of preeted the display of returns at tion was deplorable. The land years old would be considered a mere COERCION REVIVED. o difficulty there presents itself in its stripling aud at a hundred aud fifty he one of the most charming young Indies of ville Company, and Miss Maggie O'Don-nel- their marriage, which will take place at any of the headquarters or news St. John's church on November 23. Miss would just be entering man's estate. His one of South Park's prettiest young Martin is wiuac paper omces. remaps When the people theory is based on the fact that a child's Limerick. Uord cadogan and Mr. Gerald acutest form. the charming daughter of Mr. ladies, is announced to take place No- and Mrs. Dominick Martin, of East Lau-rvote and uncertainty as to the final Balfour have made a capital blun seek to better things by combina bones are soft and gelatinous and that as Miss Mary Harrity, a popular member vember 2.'J. street, and is a very pretty and it grows older they become hard and result on full returns may account der in the West of Irelaud, says an tion and rightful agitation Dublin brittle. The heart, the lungs, the whole of the Ladies' Auxiliary, A. O. H., will young lady. Mr. Leamey is a leave shortly for Chicago, to be gone Tom Flahive, Andy Kink and Phil , ... 1! ..1 for the lack of enthusiasm, but it abie writer in the Catholic Sun, in Castle issues its fiat to blast the interior organism, gradually absorbs the about a month. Stine, those three jolly party rounders, iujiuuu puiitciiian aim is wen known iu the southern part of the city. After the ossified and was remarKame ai an pmces. unu ui commonting on the recent edict hopes of the poverty-stricke- n have just returned from West Baden. peo lime in foods'aud we become Miss Kittie O'Keefe, the popular ste They claim This is are easily cracked or fractured. that they are rested enough ceremony the young couple will leave for all parties. prohibiting meetings of the Uuited pie. We know the result. By this the condition approaching old age. There nographer with the Ethendge Furniture to stand auother season of dances, enter- a bridal trip to Cincinnati, Dayton and other Eastern cities, and will be at home With the result we are satisfied, Irish League in portions of Ireland. time Ireland's rulers may have fore the thing to do 4n order to preserve Company, will shortly spend a week with tainments, socials, etc. Lagrange. to their friends at 1041 Seventh street everv candidate supported by the From the point of view of a Union- realized how futile is their bitter our youtli is to avoid the food and drink friends that will ossify our bones and organs. Mr. Frank Greene, the handsome about December 1. Kentucky Irish American being ist administration their proclama display of auger against the men His rule is that we eat an abundance of The engagement of Patrick Hardimau, young gentleman at the of the The success of every tion of a public meeting and the who, whatever some people may fruit. Raw, juicy apples are especially the popular night watchman at the Gait Temple Theater, is kept quite busy by The Comia Euchre Club was handelected. House, is announced. The date of the somely entertained by Miss Josie L. young ladies who go there no doubt to Democratic candidate for School batoning of Nationalists by their say about their shortcomings, have recommended, lor meat, take young wedding has not yet been set. Godfrey at her home, 123.r, Eighth street, mutton and veal, poultry and fish. They buy their tickets at the time when they Tuesday evening. During the evening Trustee removes from the School police underlings is like a plunge fearlessly told the Government that contain very little of the dangerous salts, Mrs. Thomas P. Clines has opened her can get a good look at him. the guests were treated to an elegant Board an element of contention, mto Niagara. The United Irish the Celtic peasantry of the West We must drink daily two or three glasses new grocery at the corner of Fourteenth Mr. Edward Cosgrove, Corporal of the luncheon. Miss Anna McFarland won of distilled water containing ten to fifteen and Chestnut streets, where she will be and insures peace and order in that League has secured an advertise- will not be driven from their homes drops of diluted phosphoric acid in each. Sixth Pennsylvania Volunteers, who re the first prize, a ladies' tippet, while Mr. pleased to receive her friends. bodv. and the furtherance of the ment a hundred times more valua and holdings without a struggle and The acid, he claims, is one of the most sides at 714 East Broadway, has returned James Brady captured the gentleman's Hylaud, of 1853 Seventh street, home, his company being honorably dis prize, a handsome umbrella. Miss Nellie John powerful influences known to science for educational interests as its only ob ble than a hundred speeches by the protest. e charged last week. Ed is anxions to go Long and Mr. Frank Dacher carried off shielding the system from old age. All suffered a painful fracture of the year. ject for the next coercion proceedings of a week ago Monday. He has the sympathy of to Cuba and play catchers with the the consolation prizes. Among those drinking water used after middle life present were' Misses Mary and Nellie We favor giving the soldier boys should be distilled. Dr. Baraduc, of Paris, a host of friends, who are desirous of his Spaniards. Although on the surface it may Sunday. We wonder if the Dublin Long, Anna McFarland. Lizzie Murphy, speedy recovery. d rousing and wel has invented an instrument known as the appear different, the result of the Castle authorities will go one step It will be pleasant news to the many Agnes Sheridan, Maggie Brady, Mary "biometer," by which the vital force of a Miss Mary Hoertz is the guest of Mr. friends in this city of Miss Katie O'Con- - Kelly, Mary, Maggie and Josie Godfrey, campaign in this city relegates as a further in their foolish fanaticism come, and suggest that our citizens man ran l,p rptristprpfl Tf flip l,?nmpfpr and Mrs. Eugene Cooney, of Franklin nell that she will reside here permanent lieu Kennedy: Messrs. Tames Hr.nKdo all in their power to enable the shows that he is failing in energy the pa- factor in elections, or at least aud prosecute Messrs. Davitt, street. She will remain about two weeks, ly. She formerly lived at High Grove, Mark Ryan, Frank Dacher, O. T. Griggs, duces to an ineffective minimum, U'Uneu and Haviland Burke, "bag. Commercial Club to make the occa- - tlen 13 locked up in a cell aud giveu an Thomas O'Brien, William Phelan, George intensified electric bath, which restores Flahiff, George A. Shea, Joseph Broder-icsion a memorable one. But we do him and the waning forces are the element of bigotry and nation- giug" and Parnellite Thomas Fitzpatrick and J. Charles ality fraught with so much of bit in the common net of a Crown object to placing at as in youth. By dieting as thus Obst. prescribed and an occasional use of the terness and rant. prosecution. According to the word the head of the table when the electric bath man's life, he claims, can Next Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock feast is spread. easily be prolonged three hundred years. ing of the proclamation which will be solemnized the marriaire of two ENGLAND'S BLUSTER. Perhaps the secret of longevity among warned all and sundry against par- of Louisville's most highly esteemed and The voters of the Eighth aud the ancients was due to their peculiar popular young people. The contracting In a former issue we intimated ticipatiug in aiding or abetting the diet of fruits, Ninth wards are to be congratu it would carrymutton and fish. Anyhow parties are Mr. Michael J. Tvnan, the balm to the hearts of wo that there would be no immediate meeting nothing remains for the Deputy Bailiff of the City Court, who lated on the election of Dr. John men wiio tear at tne age of thirty-fivor hostilities between England and Government but to bring the afore enjoys the friendship of as many people forty to be thought old or nassee. A W. Galvin fo the School Board, maiden of sixty-fiv- e as any man connected with the City Hall, summers with glow- France over the Fashoda matter, said gentlemen before a star cham and Miss Mamie Metcalfe. Many of his votes were due to the uik hps uiui suarKiing eyes wouiu inueeci t e unique. and the following excerpt from an ber court of removables and rele u Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Metcalfe, one of the fact that the trades unionists only most loveable and charming voumr ladies editorial in the Dublin Independent gate them to six months' durance remembered the hostility of his And now comes the query whether of the East End. The bride will be atonly serves to confirm our position vile in Galway prison. "You can Milton plagiarized from the Dutch drama tired in an elegant blue silk wedding opponent to the union label. "Notwithstanding all the 'firm not pass, the meeting is proclaimed, Lucifer." It is known that he read gown, trimmed with satin. The cereDutch and was familiar with Vondel's mony will be performed by.Rev. Father talk of Sir Michael Hicks Beach were the words that were dinued During the past week we have writings. The latter wrote "Lucifer" York, at St. Paul's church, after which ana tue swaggering ot the jingo into the ears of the organizers of recived many additions to our sub thirteen years before "Paradise Lost" a wedding supper will be served at the journals, England dreads war aud the gathering, which was convened scription list, and are thankful to was put forth. Leonard C. Van Nopen residence of the parents of the bride, 529 has translated the work of Vondel aud East Kentucky street. Messrs. Ernest she has more reason to do so than in an orderly way and to discuss those who are doing so much to the startling discovery follows that not ooiiue ana josepn i,eitsch will act as France or any other nation in the question of legitimate public im enable us to make our enterprise a only many words and phrases are em ushers. The happy couple will go to Milton in his masterpiece, but world. The reason is obvious portance. The dispatches give an success. If all delinnnents will nnv Housekeeping at once, and will carry whole plot is borrowed from Vondel's with them the best wishes of a host of MISS MARY E. SHERIDAN. Not only is her empire more scat idea of how the interference by up Dy iiianicsgiving we .will grow the "Lucifer." Even the famous line "Better friends and acquaintances. Supreme Treasurer of the Catholic Knights and Ladies of America. to reign in hell than serve in heaven" is terea tnau any otner, out sue is Dublin Castle with the right of to double our present size. but a paraphrase of the Dutch poet's TRINITY COUNCIL. absolutely dependent at home on open-ai- r meetings was enforced by when she will return to her pretty coun but will hereafter make her home in stirring lines: sue Has a tne satraps. In the main street of Hon. Oscar Turner's majority "To be the first prince in some lower try home in Indiana. South Louisville. supplies irom abroad, Her parents will also There was a large attendance of memremove here and make their residence bers at the court powerful navy, of course; but she Ballinrobe an old man had his head was contributed to largely by the meeting of Trinity Council Breckin with her. Mr. Walter Niehoff, of East Is better than within the blessed light Monday evening. An additional will require every ship she possesses smashed by the blow of a baton. Kentucky Irish American. Though To be the second ridge street, is doing finely as a member was received and will be acted Walter A quotation from Milton, of the Meffert Stock Company. to keep the ocean free for the im Others received treatment which not as old nor yet so big as the No one is more pleased at the election will no doubt make a name for himself in of Dr. Galvin for School Trustee than upon at the next meeting, when there "To borrow Courier-Journa- l, we feel that our ing is no and to better in the borrow professional theatricals. will also be an initiation. port ot foodstuffs from abroad, the would not be tolerated for a mo plagene," now appears to be his James A. Ross. He was always ready t .i The proposition to give a "stag" social stoppage orr wnicn tor even one ment in England. A large tract of efforts were more beneficial than own lame excuse for borrowing from his Misses Hettie and Anna Howard en to speak a good word for and lend a help- on Monday evening, November 21, was Dutch neighbor poet. The plot and ing hand to the Doctor at any stage of month would bring about some- country was dragooned. Hundreds any it can boast of. A large crowd is anticipated, character drawing are exactly the same tertained a number of their friends in the race, and was very much gratified adopted. thing like a famine among the mill- of extra police were imported into both dramas. The fall of man furnishes honor of their cousin, Miss Julia Lynch, when his favorite came under the wire an as. the guests will be treated to refreshin The press dispatches announce the inspiration. Milton's ments and a jolly good time provided for ions of her working population. Mayo. For what purpose? Satan corre- - of Seymour, Ind., at their home, 740 easy winner. Be the serious everybody. illness of Archbishop sponds exactly to Vondel 's Lucifer. Each West St. Catherine street. I he mere prospect of daneer to cause, forsooth. Messrs. James A. Wathen, R. S. Stru-bl- e v vv.now Dennis Tangney, the popular William Cross, of Portland, Ore., is impressed with the beauty of Eve and is It is said that John ward will soon and David O'Connell were appointed merchandise on the high seas would antry addressed by responsible nub girl of Covington, who of the Limerick foot ball eleven, was a committee to formulate plans for wed a the in all probability stop the outflow lie men was, in the opinion of at St. Joseph's Hospital, Baltimore. of heaven's hosts, and is hurled to etefli formerlypopular slightly injured while kicking a goal resided in this city. Parties organization of a degree team. is said to be suffering from a doom, where each becomes a horrible Mr. last week. He was shaken up enough to of corn from America, a result the Dublin Castle despots, calcu He who are acquainted with both say that Charles Brown was honored by being compel him to take a day or two's rest, complication of heart disease and dragon. In both poems Van Nopen's it will be a splendid match. elected to the Second Vice Prisidencv of which would be more fatal to her lated to cause alarm aud terror, translation shows the same battle scene, but is now well and able to be in the the council. Two consumption. members were rethe same episodes. In both the devils than the destruction of her fleet To whom? To the rent robbers of Will Schnell has changed his resi game again. ported on the sick list, J. V. Hogan and are most ingenious "to make the worse dence. Some say it was in order to be would be to France. The French, the West of Ireland. To no one r The indictment of Editor Knott appear the better reason." Both describe nearer one or two popular young ladies m. ........ r .i ..im M. J. Palmer, the latter at 2413 Elliott avenue. on the other hand, might have else. There was no more danger was a petty a pandemonium, where each appears of West Oak street, who he and Mike gher and Miss Mary Dulaney were surpiece of work. Meu Business of importance will come gigantic in nls own infernal defiance. prised last week to learn that they had every one o'f her ports blockaded of "terror and alarm" beimr caiis the council for consideration Monday appointed to fat offices can best The translation will give rise to a great Flahive visit very frequently. o been quietly married at St. Louis d and still be able to feed themselves in Mayo by the speeches of Messrs. serve the people by evening, and the officers request a full attending to church 011 October 2. The attendTpeUn thriight'of a plafigiTrist; Those of our readers contemplating out of the produce of their country. Davitt and O'Brien 'than of South the business of the city rather than ?"d aUcr two centuries of praise shows niafrimony should read the announce ants were Messrs. Charles Cready and attendance. his work not to boriginal. ment of the E&eridge Furniture Com- William Schnel. Miss Dulaney is the Read the Kentucky Irish American for In other words, the superiority of Down being flung into a vortex by wasting their time in ANKIK KVIN CUNNINGHAM. courtrooms. pany in another column. They carry eldest daughter of Mr. John Dulaney, of news from Ireland. KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. M ... vi mrr ... ... Second-Clas- Noth-nagel- 's WWW I I well-know- n .. I foi-rl- e J after-noo- n ( Anglo-America- n y A non-vote- rs l, el accor.i-plishe- d 111 - i box-offic- e cellar-bon- warm-hearte- - anti-Parnelh- te k, stay-at-hom- es e s A. r appli-catio- n well-know- n 1 1 1 full-bac- k . T.-it- -- mi Ber-tran- be-fo- re "-'- -- KTKTTTOI-Criage to one of Milford's honored daughters Mr. Slattery removed to South Fram-inghawhere lie has taken an active part in the nffairs of that town. From a strong Republican district he was sent TIio Now ami Improved Meth- to the State Senate as a Democrat in 1887, Of the Catholic Church In the the following year. and was United States Since the ods Adopted In Its Pre-aratio- ii. He did good work in the Legislature nnd Year 1 781). his exposure of the notorious Beverly veto-itiFarms lobby resulted in Gov. Ames Iip bill lUvirlimrtliptnu'n nnil forever defeating its division. He was appointed How the Aroina, Strength and Postmaster of South Framingham under Bishop Carroll's Jurisdiction Extended Over, the FedFlavor Arc Preserved to the second Cleveland administration and served to the satisfaction of his fellow-citizeeral Union. Consumers. for four years. Mr. Slattery is one of the most popular Hibernians in the East. During his term as State PresOur Inspection of the Fourth ident of the A. O. H. the membership of Acted With Benjamin Franklin as Representative in Avenue House of John the order has doubled in Massachusetts, ' and is now the largest of any State in the Canada. I. Mulloy. Union. The increase of membership was also larger than that of any other State. At the convention of the A. O. H. in METHODS OF OUR ORANDMOTHERS Trenton, N. J., Mr. Slattery was the ALIVE TODAY WITH DIVINE ENERQY choice for National President of delegates representing 00,000 of the 9l,000 of the order in the United States, but by the On November (!, 17l8, His Holiness Wc were recently shown through the system of voting by counties the honor roasting department of the new tea and went elsewhere. Mr. Slattery was elect- Pius VI. issued a bull creating the hiercoffee establishment of Mr. John M. Mul-lo- y ed n member of the National Council. archy of the Catholic church in the at 515 Fourth avenue by that gentleUnited States, and appointed the Rev. man, nnd had explained to us many FEAST OF ALL SOULS. John Carroll the first Bishop of Baltipoints of interest in the science or art of more, whose episcopal jurisdiction expreparing the delicious berry that had Oh! for days when, breathing life, they tended over all the territory then comnever entered our cranium. lingered with us; prised in the' Federal Union. He was Mr. Mulloy is the successor to Mulloy Clasped our infant hands and chose our consecrated in the chapel of Lulworth Bros., who embarked in the business destined way; Castle in England by the venerable liianv vears airo and for a long time were Kissed to life a love which love lit paints Bishop Walmesley, vicar apostolic of located nt 1028 West Market street, our dreamings; the London district, on August 15, 1790, where thev made many mends anil But where abide their spirit-soul- s today? and soon afterward set out for Baltimore, patrons, but recently, on account of inwhere he arrived on December 7. creasing business, moved their plant to As the vernal May invites the blush of After occupying this see for a quarter summer, 545 Fourth avenue, at the same time addof a century he died, full of years and and most improved And summer's blossoms seed in their ing to it the latest merits, December .1, 1815, in the eighty-firdecay, methods known to the experts for cleanyear of his age. The history of ing coffees of rocks, dirt, etc. In dis- In earth consigned to sleep; out from Archbishop administration Carroll's their slumber cussing the various changes and invenclearly shows that his appointment was in the business he said: They awoke to bloom upon n brighter tions introduced not only wise and judicious, but an esday. "Why, sir, my fourteen years expepecially providential one. Gifted by rience in this business tells me there are On the marge of time, their farewell and nature with talents of a high order, he thousands of the very best people in this improved and developed those talents by their blessings, been using coffee all their city who have s The that were lent to memory's a long course of study in one of the best lives who do not know what good coffee colleges in Europe, and even among the tide; means, which is due to a lack of know- Yliefrustingsin a future's long caressing, brilliant scholars of St. Omer's he won ledge of the importance of roasting more In the Infinite where God's elect nbide. a high reputation for learning. than any other one cause. Of course, Archbishop Carroll was n son of devoted old And mother, tender mother, ohl my coffee should be selected from good Irish Catholic parents, and inherited the crop stock to insure the best results; but loved one, deep faith of his ancestors. Destined to there is as vast a difference between the Months will soon be years to count thee hold so conspicuous a place as leader of e parch of our grandmothers and with the dead; the American church, he was born in our Toa st of today as there is between the May thy peace with God eternal beam Maryland in 17U5. At the age of fifteen needle and the sewing machine. Yet upon thee, he was sent to the Jesuit College of St. roasters of the pres- In the prayer I breathe today above thy some of the Omer's, in French Flanders, where he ent day have not advanced many steps hallowed bed. met people of various nationalities, who except in farther than our grandmothers, helped to enlarge and catholicize his capacity and quantity parched or ruined. I tell the beads which thou did'st praying mind without weakening his patriotism. number, is enclosed "Our cylinder, as you see, Here he studied under the admirable in masonry, run by electricity and heated And sanctify each decade with my tears. system of the Jesuit fathers, and filially a uniform Treasured circlet, other fingers, less by natural gas, which gives became a member of their society. Subunholy, heat. We consume from thirty to forty sequently he was professor of "philosophy minutes in roasting, which results in giv- Brought from thee the fragrant rosary of and theology in their scholasticate, and years. ing every grain placed in the cylinder a thus enjoyed the advantages of a thorsmooth, even mahogany brown through 'Neath sun and cloud I'm drifting to the oughly Jesuit system of education nnd nnd through, and not parcnea or uurneu religious training. shadow oif the outside and raw near the center. Where the tide is lapping on the other The suppression of the Society of JesThe flavor, strength and aroma are thus uits in 1773 left Father Carroll a secular shore; consumer gets the benpreserved and the May the light of heaven shine on my priest and free to return to his native efit of it instead of its being allowed to .home-comincountry. The suppression caused him the entire neighdiffuse itself throughout And our departed guide my frail craft the most intense grief. He bowed, howborhood. ever, with resignation to the inscrutable safely o'er. "Now we keep our stock in the green JohnTiernau in Syracuse (N. Y. ) Sun. degree of Providence. He well knew that and roast every day for the next day's no individual and no society is essential delivery, so as to give it to the customer MANILA. to the church's existence; that her difresh. You can keep green coffee for vine life will be perpetuated, no matter CONTINUED 1'KOM FIRST l'AGK. years and it will improve with age, like how many of her children fall. Pope wines and liquors, but when you roast it of the brass bullets and some of the lead Pius VII., 1814, jnst one year before the you open the pores and the strength and bullets. Don't look over the lists of the death of Archbishop Carroll, aroma begin to escape, and if it goes to dead and wounded for my name, for, it. It was the supreme dying conthe grocery and sits around in tubs, cans thanks to Providence, I nui safe and solation of the American prelate. and other vessels it soon loses the greater sound, and expect to have a good shake For several years previous to Dr. Carpart of its value and becomes tough and of the hand from you all very soon. Tell roll's appointment as Bishop of Baltihard to grind. The package coffees are the boys I will bring them home a Mauser more the question was discussed of such notable for this fault, and often have to bullet each in memory of the battle of an appointment to some American city. be placed in the store to dry out before Manila. Well, I guess I have said enough, In 1750 Bishop Challoner, then Vicar they can be ground. The package cof- so I will conclude by saying good-b- y for Apostolic of the London district, proTimothy J. Riordan. fees, too, are more or less glazed or filled awhile. posed Philadelphia as the most suitable with substances often foreign to it. and place, because of the freedom enjoyed by while they add to its weight, ought to be Catholics in Pennsylvania under the inSPORTY ITEHS. classed as impure food. Yet many people fluence of the gentle spirit and laws of Tommy Hogan has gone East to try William Penn and his followers. But it go on from year to year using these glazed coffees without stopping to con- to induce Joe Bernstein to meet him. must be admitted that Maryland had sider that they would not suffer any other The management of the Monarch Ath- still stiong claims, because of the great article of food they use to come into the letic Club tip some star events for the number of Catholics there,because of her house if it was covered with the same near future. Catholic founder aud his noble stand for stuff with which glazed coffees are covBurge and Dobbs will fight in England religious freedom. At the age of forty ered or coated. on December 12 for $1,600 a side and the Dr. Carroll returned to his native country. "Our coffee is only allowed to cool suf- best purse offered. For fifteen years he occupied positions ficiently after coming out of the roaster Dan Creedon and Dick Moore, whom of trust, and was appointed First Bishop to prevent its sweating. It is then put Lansing licked, ure to fight at Bridge- of Baltimore nnd head of the Catholic up in one, two and three-poun- d church in the United States. In comport, Conn., November 21. ' cans and delivered directly to the n Patsy Haley, of Buffalo, wants another pliance with promise made to an Engwith the understanding that if it go with Oscar Gardner, with whom last lish gentleman, Mr. Weld, of Lulworth does not give satisfaction we will refund Castle, he was consecrated in his domesdraw. March he fought n twenty-roun- d the money paid for it." tic chapel by Bishop Walmesley, Vicar his winning from In the event of As it has become custoijiary of late Apostolic of the London district, the book years to give premiums anuTprizes with George Dixon, and not hearing anything of the Gospel being held over his shoulpurchases, Mr. Mulloy is also strictly up from Peddlar Palmer, Oscar Gardner will der by the son of his friend, afterward in this line, as he has a varied nnd hand- take on Joe Bernstein. the distinguished Cardinal Weld. In a Manager Mulligan says he will bring private letter to Dr. Troy, Archbishop.of some stock of chinaware, vases, lamps, together the two Ryaus, Syracuse Tommy Dublin, Dr. Carroll wrote that if it statuary, mould pieces, ornaments, etc. aud Australian Jimmy, during the latter were not for this request and promise, he to suit the most fastidious. A visit to this enterprising house, and part of this month or early in December. would have preferred the consecration to Manager Cook, of the Monarch Ath- have taken place in America or in Irea cup of delicious coffee served gratu itously by Miss Nellie Mulloy, win put letic Club, has secured Music Hall for land, the laud of his Catholic forefathnup in the most amiable frame of mind the evening of the Corbett-Sharke- y bout, ers. and the result of the fight will be read by toward all mankind. His consecration took place on the 15th rounds. A special wire will be run from of August, 1790, the Feast of the AsEDWARD J, SLATTERY. the ringside to the operator on the stage. sumption of the Blessed Virgin, under Regarding a return match with Beze-na- whose patronage he placed the church of Tommy Hogan said to a Cincinnati these States. Bishop Carroll was an Ho Was the Candidate of the reporter: "Bezenah need not worry. American patriot as well as a Christian Massachusetts DemoJust show me a purse and the match is Bishop. Love of country nnd of race is as good as made so far as I am con- a feeling planted by God in the human crats. cerned." heart, and when properly directed be"That Tom Ryan is a wonder, ain't comes a natural virtue. Bishop Carroll's Hibernians all oveV the country will be reinterested to learn that one of the lead- he?" says Pat Ready. "He has been patriotism never conflicted with his ing members of the order was the recip- fighting for eight or ten years. He started ligion, for he always acted for God from t, nnd the bigger he a sense of duty, whether preaching the ient of a high honor recently. He is the in as a is. Tom isn't very gospel in Baltimore or with his friend Hon. Edward J. Slattery, of South Fram- gets the better he ingham, State President of the Ancient popular because he don't buy drinks for Benjamin Franklin, acting ns representaOrder of Hibernians in Massachusetts, the bum fighters, who tag around after tive of the Colonial Government in his and he has been nominated for the office champions. He's a good fighter because mission to Quebec. The jurisdiction of the new BLhop exof Lieutenant governor by the Demo- he isn't a good fellow." Fitzsimmons says: "As for my fight- tended over the entire country, but he cratic State convention. President Slattery was born in Medway, Mass., about ing again, I have only only say what I soon found it impossible, because of the forty-tw- o years ago of Irish parents. He have said a hundred times t before. My increase of Catholics and the great diswas obliged to cut his education short money is posted with a New York paper, tance of the places and difficulties of to1 and enter a shoe factory to assist in the aud will remain there for some time, or travel, as well as his advanced age, household. His leis- as long as there is a chance of its being faithfully guard so scattered a flock. The maintenance of the ure moments were not idly spent, how- covered. I am ready to meet any middle-- Bishops who, in 1810, were appointed to living for the championship, aid him in his great work were apostolic ever, nnd in Milford, where he resided weight for many years, through the library, the or I will meet McCoy on any terms or men, animated by his own spirit, like the debating society and the town meeting, conditions. But as for the others, all of splendid Bishop Flaget," of Bardstown; together with association with bright whom I have beateu decisively, they Egah of Philadelphia, and Cheverus of of his time, Slattery achieved must settle among themselves who is the Boston. young-meWhen Bishop Carroll was consecrated, an education that stamps him practically best tnai, and then I will be prepared to e man. Shortly after his mar- - talk business to him and to him alone." in 1700, the entire population of the United a Y IRISH A3SXETSXCiA3SC. GOOD COFFEE. PROGRESS cr States was a little less than 4,000,000, and the Catholic population was. estimated at about 40,000, thirty priests administering to this scattered flock. There was not a single asylum throughout the land. The churches were only the few modest houses of worship erected in Catholic settlements, chiefly in Maryland and Pennsylvania. Georgetown College, just then founded, was the only Catholic seat of learning in the country. Glance at the present. The population of the United States has grown within a century front 4,000,000 to 75,000,000 of people; the progress of the church has more than kept pace with the material development of the country. There is now embraced within the population of the United States 15,000,000 Catholics. There are seventeen Archbishops, nearly 100 Bishops, more than 10,000 priests, nearly 18,000 churches and seminaries,exclusi vely chapels, sixty-nin- e devoted to the training of candidates for the sacred ministry; there are 900 colleges and academies for the higher education of the youth of both sexes, and 4,000 parish schools. There are 1,000 hospitals and orphan asylums. What is of immense importance is that her spirit has in nothing degenerated. She is alive today with a divine energy and fecundity that will continue to multiply these great results. OSCAR TURNER Will Itepresent the Fifth Kentucky District in the Next Congress. If You FURNITURE. Want Fair Treatment Call On 0 Democracy Scores a Great Victory in the Knee for the School Board. Dr. John AV. Calvin Left Jtoh-cr- t Frick at the Post and Won with Fuse. AN ORDERLY AND THE QUIET ELECTION Etheridge Furniture Company, (INCORPORATED.) The election is over, and Hon. Oscar Turner will represent the Louisville district in the next House of Representatives. 0 WHOLESALERS AND RETAILERS. and His majority, while small, is safe, we do not think Mr. Evans will be so foolish ns to contest Mr. Turner's right to i Furniture OF ALL KINDS. PARLOR, BED-ROO- i DININO-ROOA- 1, the seat. The election was a remarkably quiet one, and the result was in doubt until the last ballot was cast. There was no excitement whatever, and no arrests or complaints were made at any of the precincts. Many were surprised at the difference in the vote cast for the head of the ticket and those who were candidates for School Trustee. This may be explained by stating that In a number of Democratic wards a certain element of the Democratic party scratched the name of Mr. Turner, but their loss was offset by the number of Republicans in other wards who refused to support either Evans or Hambrick. There were at least 10,000 registered voters who did not go to the polls, and this leaves the question of actual party strength still in doubt. The Kentucky Irish American exults in the fact that Louisville will now be free from the control of the Republican factions which have been seeking power without either principle or ability to commend them. That it 'did its share to bring about this result is to its credit, but it will not, like some of the larger papers, claim that the glory of the entire victory belongs to it alone. We hope the Republican party in this city will be reformed and the good men therein assume This is not a city in which incontrol. terlopers of any party will be tolerated. Mr. Turner's future success will depend on his conduct in Congress. He was the choice of the liberal and citizens of this district and can do much to dispel tfie petty feelings and animosities that have developed during the closing days of the campaign and thereby solidly reunite the Democratic party. He made a gallant race against great odds aud merits the fruits of his victory. The race for School Trustee in the seven districts resulted in a decisive Democratic victory. Every Democratic candidate was elected and by a majority that leaves no room for doubt. The following gentlemen were elected: First District Albert A. Stoll. Second District John Hoertz. Third District Samuel Morniugstar. Fourth District Emory G. Johnson. Fifth District John W. Galvin. Sixth District F. J. Hummel. Seventh District A. II. Brachy. In the Fifth district Druggist Frick was easily defeated by Dr. John W. Gal vin, who received a surprisingly large majority. His friends were jubilant over the result. F. J. Hummel won in the Tenth ward, aud he owes much to Councilman John J. Keaue for his success. Mr. Keane done a great deal to keep down the Republican majority in that ward. Sir. Turner, who is enjoying a few days' rest in Ballard county, said to a re porter before leaving the city: "I am proud of the honor conferred upon me by the Democrats. It was certainly a great victory. I am thankful to all, Democrats and Republicans, who for voted for me. I' have no those who voted against me. When I go to Congress I will try to represent the Fifth Kentupky district to the best of my fair-mind- nnd KITCHEN. THEATRICALS. The members of the Last Rose of Summer Dramatic Club, of St. Paul's church, will present during Christmas week the grand drama entitled "The Last Loaf," by George M. Baker. This drama Is intensely interesting, and as a temperance With play it has never been surpassed. the talent possessed by the above club there is nothing to prevent it from being a success. Rev. Father York, pastor of St. Paul's, is very anxious that the play should come off at the said time and neither money nor pains should be spared to make it a success. New scenery will be painted for the occasion and everything is to come off in grand style. The members of the Last Rose of Summer Club are Messrs. Joseph E. Hill, Reilly G. Fordjohn McCrocklin, Joseph Creagh, Albert Ford, Frank Pilson and Thomas Nolan, and Misses Mary E. Hoertz, Clara Volz, Maggie Hoertz and Lena Tuttle. All of these young people are stars ill amateur theatricals. A rare treat is in store next week for the patrons of the Temple Theater. The Meffert Stock Company will present one of the greatest plays of the century, "Cyrano de Bergerac," which is now being played by Richard Mansfield in New York City. This play has thrilled France and aroused the interest of all America. It will be given a superb production with beautiful scenery and all the necessary accessories. In the action and everything that makes n drama notable and great "Cyrano de Bergerac" is rich. There will be a largely augmented cast, about forty people appearing on the stage. The costumes will surpass anything seen here this season. This will be the only chance to see this great play in Louisville this season, and the popular theater should J)e overcrowded at each performance. Notwithstanding the additional expense incurred, there will be no advance in prices. Col. Meffert and his excellent company are furnishing a better line of attractions than any other theater in Louisville. This is why their house is so popular. i i 324 West Market St., LOUISVILLE, KY. TELEPHONE 527. st JOHN M. MULLOY -- DEALER IN- - tear-drop- Teas, Coffees POND LILY AND HOME & Spices POWDER. old-tim- Bill 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 sub stance put in it to make it weigh. Our DRY roast retains all the aroma of the coffee and makes it pleasant and agreeable to the taste and truly beneficial. Vc extend yqu 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 1189, RING 2. 545 FOURTH AVENUE. THOMAS KEENAN. ) DANIEL DOUGHERTY. Dougherty 1229 & Keenan West Alarkct Street, Bet. Twelfth and Thirteenth All 'Calls Promptly Attended to, Day or Night. Cat riasjes L uriii.slied lor All Occasions. I S air-tig- ht The Otto Brothers in their new "All Aboard," which will be seen at the Avenue next week, is said to be one of the funniest that has been played in this city in years. The company is composed of exceptionally bright and prepossessing people, every one an artist in his way. The play has just thread enough of a plot to remind one of what was going on after some interpolation had been finished. The brightest, cleanest specialties, catchiest music, richest witticisms and most ridiculous eccentricities go to make up the nightmare of fun bound up in "All Aboard." It would be difficult to individualize, because no one sustains a straight role, but assumes various characters in specialties introduced as 'well as in the piece. Sufficient to say that the company is first class. farce-comedy, farce-comedi- ENRY FINEST WINES l'O R G. 428-43- 0 ER East Jefferson St. Horses and Vehicles to Hire All 1 LIQUORS FAA1ILY AND MEDICINAL USE 407 East Jefferson Street. Branch House 905 West Market St. Telephone 1110. at Hours at Reasonable Rates. Telephone 1110. o o 00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 con-sum- er bric-a-br- h, light-weigh- n Jermon's Black Crook Extravaganza, an extraordinary attraction not new to will appear at the Buckthe play-goe- r, ingham, week commencing tomorrow. It is replete with new ideas intelligently n interpreted by a company of players, headed by the peerless Grace Vangn, the thorough burlesque queen. Hughes and Hughes, William Mitchell, Murray and Everett, and a score of pretty girls, who can all sing and dance, go to make up a programme never before equaled by any traveling organization. The costumes are of Parisian design, and, together with the special scenery, form as pleasing a picture to the eye as can well be imagined, costly yet tasteful. The beauty is heightened by the clever aud original electric effects, the combination of light and color, youth and beauty, being fully realized in a most perfect sense. The burlesque or n burletta was written by the and comedian, Mr, Joseph Mitchauthor ell, and is entitled "The Four O'clock Club," in which the full strength of the company is required, and where are seen the bewildering groupings of handsomely-forme- d women, clever, funny comedians, and beautiful music, which form a fitting climax to an entertainment that is certainly far ahead of the times. Noth ing has been left undone to make it the leader of the burlesque shows. Some special features in the vandeville line are M'lle Aimie, the celebrated electric dancer, whose equal has not been seen in Louisville, her act being one of the most artistic conceptions ever seen, the services of six electricians being engaged to produce the many marvelous ljglit effects. Thewf; will also appear the n cham Ben Mowatfctrio, tkei pion clog manipulators, who were last season ieaiuri.fi wuu uic rnmrose anu West minstrel. well-knowwell-knowwell-know- ability." The daily papers have suggested that a ratificaiion meeting be held, but there is little likelihood of any further steps being taken in the matter. We congrat ulate the successful candidates on their victory and believe they will fill accept ably the various offices to which they have been elected. T. J. WATHEN . . 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 tt o o 629 EIGHTH STREET. Bakery, Creamery and Ice Cream Factory O LONG LIFE ENDED, antl ?J5SS. Telephone, Death of Mrs. Nancy Sweeney, OOO00000000000000000000000000000000000l0)i'e90a00 the Oldest Woman in the Country. -1- C5c Finest Vanilla and Lemon Creams .75c Finest Emit Creams. C5c Sherbets, the very best 11.00 Four Flavored Uricks. Guaranteed strictly pure and of finest quality, Salt Rising Bread a specialty. All kinds of Fancy Cakes for weddings and parties made and ornamented to order. Goods shipped to all parts of the country. If you like our goods, tell your friends. If not, tell us. Special prices for dealers, hotels and large orders. J3 0 o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 self-mad- Read thispapy Irish nws. Mrs. Nancy Sweeney, born in Ireland one hundred and eighteen years ago, died D Wednesday morning at the Alms-hous- e of general debility. She was probably INCORPORATED. the oldest woman in the United States. Mrs. Sweeney was a native of Dublin, and the record in the family Bible verifies main-stree- t the statement that she was one hundred and eighteen years old. She came to this city over fifty years ago. She had but one relative in Louisville, Mrs. Mary Maley, who attended her during her last hours. The old lady did not take to her bed until about a week ago. Then she was not ill, but was too weak to walk about, KY. and weighed only eighty pounds. Her eye was bright and she retained her men tal faculties to a remarkable extent to the in the engagement at Hermideros, and HOME AGAIN. end. Dougherty & Keenan, the underlater contracted fever and was laid takers, took ckarge of the remains and n up for six weeks in the military conducted the burial free of charge. The Jerry Morrissey, one of the Mr. Morrisfuneral took place from St. Patrick's young of the West End, hrspital at Mayaguez. church in the afternoon, Rt. Rev. Mgr, home the Missey His home from Porto Rico on a tinrty- - souri, was sent number on sick men, Gambon officiating. of with a He was formerly days" sick furlough. among whom were many members of the .engaged in the printing business, but on Louisville Legion. Jerry possesses all The Kentucky Irish American is? being declared he enlisted In Battery the qualifications necessary to make a ,var only paper of its kind in this section and his many friends are it baa come to stay. Irishmen should de A, Fifth artillery, which was a part of brave soldierhis speedy recovery. the ret. the first army of invasion. He took part anxious for n Irish-America- , ffllAN HI n li brewery LAGER BEER AND PORTER LOUISVILLE, well-know- IT'S PURE. KBJKCrUCICY IRELAND. the sincerest regret amongst all classes. ety. The harp was the recognized national A member of the National and Literary emblem of Ireland, and m justice to the IRISH AMERICAN the ladies' contest is manifested, and several young gentlemen are preparing to take an active part in this campaign. Club since its foundation, he was a gen- past every patriotic Irishman should enA large crowd and an enjoyable evening erous subscriber to every movement' in- deavor to encourage its revival. Messrs. Important of augurated for the benefit of his country. Nicholl, Rea, Duncan and Derby deliv- What They Have Been Doing arc already assured. Arrangements will Record of the Host likely be made to read from the stage by A young widow and three small children ered practical addresses on the subject. the Past Week General the Recent Events Culled rounds the result of the great Corbett-- 1 The meetings are held in 117 Donegal survive him. 13 "V BE? News Notes. Sharkey contest. street, and admission is free. From Exchanges. Mr. John Dillon, M. P., when speakSocieties! The United The many friends of Mr. John Kdmond ing in Belfast lately, said: "1 confidently, of New Jersey met last week in Newark therefore, appeal to the Nationalists of Moyle Mahony will hear of his death hold its sec Division 38, of Boston, will Mr. Blake, M. P. for the South divis- Belfast to rally to the support of the with unfeigned regret. He took part in ond annual concert and ball Thursday and adopted similar resolutions to those already passed in Hudson county, pubevery movement, great and small, having evening. ion of County Longford, Ireland, lately Irish party on the platform of unity as lished in these columns at the time. The f'2,000 to the Irish Parlia- they did in 1896. I appeal, also, from for its object the betterment of the concontributed John P. Keane, of Division 4, will this platform to all our friends through dition of the Irish people. In the early shortly rob Highland Park of one of its leading counties of the State were repre mentary fund. AT- sented by delegates, and a more earnest-bodeighties he was an earnest worker in the Coal was lately discovered near the out Ulster, who so generously supported prettiest girls. it would be more difficult to find, cause, and earned the atTUESDAY, NOV. 22. city of Limerick in quantity to guarantee us in the winter of 1890 and 1897. I ap- Land League The annual concert and ball of Divis- says an Irish World correspondent. It peal to them to come to our aid, both by tention of Dublin Castle. He wrote to a fine return for working. In the same as resolved that the organization be ctving him ion 37, of Charlestown, Mass, will take district fifty years ago culm was raised moral and financial support, because, Chief Secretary Forstcr. place December 12. made permanent, aud the next meeting of fine quality. after all, the test of earnestness is when wholesome advice, and the Chief SecreThe lady cashing the largest number of tickets will be presented with choice in great quantities and Division 6, of Somerville, Mass., will will he held tomorrow, when steps will of Fine Gold Watch, Diamond Ring or '1)8 Wheel. a man is willing to put his hand in his tary retaliated by persecuting Mr. Moyle The Knight of Glen owns the land. twenty-secon- d annual concert be taken to insure the permanency of the Mahony. His chambers at Dublin were hold its Bartholomew Hurley, of Newcestown, pocket to back up his opinions." rgamzatiou. As a result of their action for arms, and, none being dis- and ball November 23. killed accidentally last week of Glountanc, aged 103 searched Joseph Ilalpin, Cork, was covered, he was arrested on the ground The State Board of Illinois Hibernians prominent men on the Democratic side i back-ban- d of the years, inert October j;s. I lie ueceasea near Dunmanway. The have come out openly against the Anglo-- 1 car tackling broke and the shafts falling was hale and hearty up to a few days be American alliance.the Democratic Assem- on the road frightened the horse, who fore he died, and only ceased from work bly convention of Essex county inserting ran away, and Mr. Hurley was thrown three days ago, since when he was in re plank in the platform against it, and reout, sustaining fatal injuries. ceipt of a small amount of out-dothe Evening Journal, one of the leading Republican organs of the State, has had The dead body of Marks Lawless, of lief from Mallow Guardians. Five months an editorial against it. Moneybawn, was' found in Savage's ago he looked in excellent health and AND YORK. seventy quarry, near Gorey, last week. Dr. would have passed for under With great enthusiasm and speeches occasion he Nolan said death was from natural years of age. On the same nd singing, the heroes of Santiago were of causes. Deceased on the evening of his told manv interesting stories elcomed by Division No. 2, A. O. II., following morning he death had attended the October devotions, days, and on the at Costello's Hall, Washington, recently. walked six miles to see a hurling match and after went to confession. Rev. Dr. Henbrcy, professor of Gaelic at at Mallow, of which game he was a deOn Wednesday Hugh Brady, who the Catholic University, was present and He was a great favorite voted admirer. lived at Chapel lane, spoke. Mr. P. T. Moran, National TreasBELLE OF NELSON WHISKY OUR SPECIALTY. in the locality where he resided. His shoeand followed the occupation of a urer of the Hibernians, also spoke. The children are all in America. speech-makin- g was mainly in opposition maker, died rather suddenly at his resiFrank Fehr's Beer always on tap. Fine line of wet goods for private use. On Sunday one of the largest and most alliance. Special attention paid to family orders. dence. The deceased was close on of the proposed Anglo-Saxo- n ninety years of age, and although some- imposing ii'ja demonstrations yci neiu Mr. John J. Dolan spoke on the Irish soldier, and eulogized the work of the what delicate, was in his usual health up in the County Wexford took place in j Gorey, when the ceremony of laying the Irishmen in the Spanish conflict. An to an hour before his death. to the address by Mr. Jean T. P. Gareness in The United Irish League is spreading foundation stone of a memorialthrough. of 1798 was gone opposition to the alliance with England m over the western counties of Ireland and insurgents of a m s. followed a violin solo by Thomas several branches have been established The memorial will take the shape !K Nationalists are mak Celtic cross, designed by Mr. Martin The speaker handled the subject m in other counties. m Kavanaugh, Gorey. All the principal well, bringing out all the telling points ing efforts to have some branches founded ItH to the measure that have been advanced. Mouaghan. In a short period of time districts of the county were represented in z contingents, which Mr. James J. Lavin spoke for the returned m the whole country will have branches by bands and large town, tin soldiers, many of whom were enjoying and a hot time will be experienced by marched in procession from the A speiiU the hospitality of the association. Mr. unreasonable landlords and rapacious starting from the South Parade. Hit cial train at reduced fares was run from Lavin told of Cuba and Ireland, and Ktt 's Dublin, conveying members of the will stated that the one thing which he MISS KATE SMITH,, Lady Assistant and Embalmer. z The results of the Vere Foster national 1798 Assocsation and the never forget was the playing of "The competition in writing and drawing just z Father John Murphy 1798 Club. Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice. Wearing of the Green" by the regimental published show that the special prize of z band in the trenches in front of Santiago. A fatal accident occurred lately near to the teacher in three imineas oncii IGIGH-IXIm AJVI .XlSmriQli.SON S. It recalled to him the fact that his own either province of Donegal most success Bonmahon. A farmer named Kirwan THLKPHOXH 810. little isle would some day enjoy the lib competitors for drawing was returning from a funeral, and was ful in training erty gained by the other poverty-stricke- n has been awarded to Mr. D. Nyhan, Rock riding a very spirited animal, when, isle in the southern seas. Ballyshannon. Mr. Ny near Seafields, the stirrup leather broke, National school, han also gained a prize for having trained and he fell out of the saddle with his Dr. JOHN W. GALVIN, The efforts of Col. Meffert and his The horse took other foot caught. boys in writing excellent stock company merit the liberal off along the road for Winner in the Fifth District. A new Celtic cross has been placed on fright and dashed The play patronage of all theater-goera man the summit of the front wall at St a mile. When he was stopped byKirwan to be produced next week will not be found that Mary's, Edgeworthstown. to replace the named Grady it was surpassed by anything presented at the one blown down and broken m a heavy was almost reduced to pulp. Despite d theaters of the city this of his injuries he lived cale two years ago. The work, which the terrible state season. a little danger until Father Dunphy arrived. The good was attended with not of being "reasonably suspected" of dis- met at Springfield Sunday week, and AND OAK and difficulty, was accomplished by priest did all he could to relieve his ag This paper costs $1 only per year. showed the organization to be in eighty feet high, ony after he had administered the last tributing no rent manifestoes at Naas reports erecting a scaffolding fair. As a "suspect" he was hurled a flourishing condition throughout the and was in the hands of Mr. Kelly, con sacrament, but to no avail, as the poor about from jail to jail. Omagh jail was State. man died in about an hour, tractor, Longford. John Shaughnessy and Martin Hig, nest of fever at the time he was cast How many propositions have been a In reference to some recent statements in there, and his fellow suspects, num- gins are seen often in the neighborhood about the flax trade, it seems to have made to make the "Union" between bering thirty felt very ill at ease, in- of Park avenue,, especially on Sunday WcoU Com. Sunday Mntincc, November 13. Special Attention Given Family Orders. been neglected that Russian flax plays a Great Britain and Ireland more compact? deed. He immediately set to work to evenings. sug very important part in Irish manufact' Tunnels innumerable have been Staudish Reidy delivered a lecture ou 'i'lS T, 13 1 1 1 IV IS deliver them and himself rom danger, ure. Russia owns such enormous tracts gested, points between the two countries and succeeded, prisoner though he was, Ireland at the last meeting of Division 52 as avaiable. The of arable land, labor is so cheap there, have been mentioned in forcing Mr. Forster to remove them in Boston, when many new members and the climate, in many parts, so suit- Mull of Galloway has not escaped notice, in a body to Enniskillen jail. Later on were initiated. that every year and the Railway News, which has taken he directed his energies toward helping able for EXTRAVAGANZA. Several of the- divisions of Suffolk home product more effectually some pains to work out the possibilities sees the aud also as- county will attend in a body a concert to thing, suggests that the South of the Irish National League, This is the leader of the burlesque driven out. The amount of Russian of the Ireland So- be given in aid of the Working Boys' Wicklow sisted in starting the Young shows, with many new and startling novflax used yearly in Belfast is something Ireland might be utilized. ciety. He assisted to some extent in the Home in Boston. elties and a high class vaudeville oho. Z tremendous. The quality is good and Head is looked upon as the most feasible bringing of the remains of Rev. Dr. Ca- DESIGNERS AND BUILDERS OF The recent reception provided by the means of communicating with the Welsh yield to be relied upon. the 1 proved hill home to Ireland for interment. Literary Committee of Division bot- ITALIAN MARBLE, AMERICAN AND SCOTCH GRANITE The town of Bantry and districts have coasts, because the gradients in the so pleasing that there is a general desire lately through ter- - torn of the sea are there supposed to be IRISH-AMERICAsuffered serious losses SOCIETY to have it repeated. W. H. MEFFERT, MANAGES. Most of the houses and streets more susceptible of tunneling than any The ball of the Daughters of Erin of n i V M i,i;rii nf spvprnl " feet, other portion of the sea which divides . .. "yi WUWW Eist St. Louis was a very pleasant and MEFFERT STOCK COMPANY some to six feet and upward. Bridges Many New Members to Be successful affair. The Hibernian devoted 1ST shocking fatality occurred recently were torn away. A large portion of the nearly a column to it. Initiated Next ThursCork & Baudot! line at Carngnagoth was at Grogap, near Gleumore. John Mullaly jjjj Workshops and Studios, Carrara, Italy. Artistic Work Only Solicitod. day Evening. An event in Hibernian circles in South carried away and rails and sleepers left farmer, descended into a well thirty-fiv- e Boston will be the first concert and ball without support. Other breaks occurred feet aeep t0 bring up the carcass of a pig, Matlnets Dally at 2il5. Night Performances of Division 57, December 12, for which atJBilB. along the line. No trams or mails were ne 0t down successfully, and when WAREROOMS, 322 to 328 WEST GREEN STREET. and the officers great preparations are being made. Popular Prices 1U, id, no, joo. a o nigner. President Tom Keenan run or delivered and the people were COming up he worked his feet against the of the Kentucky Society State Secretary Coleman will organize without news from the outside world ex- - jes 0f the well to lift himself, when his expect to see a large attendance at the cept through the telegraph. boots displaced stones with the resnlt meeting of that society at Hibernian Hall a good division in Lexington before long Secretary is a careful officer The foundation stone of the church of that the masonry above fell down and next Thursday evening. In addition to The State St. Patrick, Gortin, was laid with all due entombed him. When the horror-stricke- n dis- and builds only on a solid foundation. the regular business, plans will be The Daughters of Erin of St. Louis, an solemnity by Right Rev. Dr. O'Doherty, people fully realized what had happened cussed by which the field of usefulness of auxiliary of the Ancient Order of Hiber Bishon of Derrv. on October 9. The site they lost no tune in proceeding to the res the body may be enlarged. Many have of the new church was given generously cue. The unfortunate man could be already been benefited by membership nians, are making extensive preparations INCORPORATKD. . for the ball to be Riven by them m by Mr. McCullach, who in many other heard moaning in a living tomb for sever and tliev are urired to be present. ways has proved practically the deep in al hours, but owing to the want of room A large , number of persotis were ballot- - j .. .. j terest he takes in the work of erecting a it was tedious and difficult to remove the ed tor aim electee. ai me iasi meeting ami i Division No. 1, A. O. H., of Syracuse, suitable place wherein the people can debris, and not until twelve hours had they will be present for initiation. The N. Y., has appointed a committee to praise God with surroundings calculated elapsed was he taken out, when it was membership is rapidly increasing and make arrangements for the observance of to increase and stimulate their piety, found that he was dead. The occurrence its officers desire to double the number the anniversary of the Manchester Rev. M. Sheerin, pastor of Burt and Inch caused a painful sensation. during the ensuing year. Should they martyrs. preached an appropriate and eloquent A special meeting of the Ballina Town continue as they have started they will The meeting of Division 1 Tuesday sermon on the historic event. Commissioners was held for the purpose more than accomplish their laudable evening was a business one. Among the Ladies' and Gents' Furnishings visitors were State Secretary Coleman Mr. lohn Rodgers. pawnbroker, Mar of renaming the streets. Mr. Kelly said object, 17H1 Portland Ave. Among those to be initiated Thursday who entertained those present with some ket street, Ballyshannon, died last month it would be in the fitness of things to years in Bally have Knox street changed, to be called evening are Messrs. M. W. Murphy, John remarks that were interesting and in During his twenty-fiv- e shannon Mr. Rodgers made many friends. Pamell street. Mr. Ahearn seconded Mooney, Michael Sullivan, H. J. Harlow, structive. He was a sterling Nationalist and upright Mr. Kelly's proposition. Mr. Coolican James Welsh, George bmitn, u. j. sex- Qrogan and Thomas J. Lan jolm citizen, a practical Catholic. The inter would call from Mrs. Gillespie's corner ton, M. J. McAulUTe, John J. Hessian, gal)i 0f Division 4, are always seen at ment took place at Finner and was nu- down to the statue Upper and Lower John J. Riley, Thomas Chalk, Walter . socials when there is dancinir. CAFE AND RESTAURANT, The merously attended. The chief mourners Parnell street. Mr. Kelly withdrew his Hoiran. Emmet Mullen, Thomas Malier, len,bers of Division 4 nre thinkim? of ' were Michael Rodgers (brother) and proposition in favor of Mr. Coolican S. L. Wickham, John Hessian, Anthony having a match to decide which of the Michael, John aud Patrick Rodgers which was passed unanimously. On uonneiiy, ju. r. xmyeu, x. j. oicyucua, two is tile best dancer. . . 1 tll.MI (sons). As a mark of respect the remains the proposition of Mr. Kelly it was de jonn nM(t V. nonius, n uennis annul aim viw- - The cuchre flnd dance of lhe La(1;es 221 THIRD AVE. were borne on the shoulders of friends to cided to call Gardiner and Arran streets lam ii. blieriUail. Anvilint-nn !,. nvpniiifr nf 'Nrivemlipr Private Dining Rooms. Open Day and ICY For the information of the public we 30 shouid not ,)c forgotten. They will the outskirts of the town, the hearse in Upper and Lower O'Connell streets, and Night. Best of Wines ana Ugars. Rev. J. Gavigan officiated at the also to chaiiKe the names of Arthur would state that the Hibernian Hall front. be prepared to entertain their friends and TrntiKPHONF, ooa. . . street to Teeling street and Francis lopAted on the north side of Market street." ill iTiiiri-r- ill H irifir grave. a.i iiiiiiiiit-r- . . ? i i T'ri. ri Much interest has been aroused by the street to Tone street. Ultimately it was oetween rourui aim nun. i nose mem- - tend and d nn enjoyable evening from the end of bers who have not been attending during wjth tilcnlt announcement of the discovery of silver decided to call the street BIG rnlllnftail 4rt 1A I ntlia 1 on the lands of Mr. Cottingham, Coro Charles street to Dillon terrace Humbert ll.n ,,. . , It is rumored in the Southern part of directed to have rti?t Ilia ititr noiimrf nta n ner, of Oughterard. The discovery was place, and the clerk was TO the city that Mr. Terence McHugh, rousiug reception. made at Bealadangan, near Costello. It the necessary notices served n young man of Limerick, will 0 was first noticed three months ago, At last meeting of the Irish Historical shortly throw off the garb of bachelor 0 GRAND BAZAAR. Since then mining engineers and pros and Patriotic Association, Belfast, many 0 hood, and become a benedict. The lucky pectors have visited the place. The new members were enrolled. Mr. Doran girl ought to be congratulated on getting 0 metal has been tested and found pure presided. Subject of the evening's dis 0 The bazaar for the benefit of St. such a clever man. 0 and now several miners from Wales are course, "Irish Music and Poetry," by George's church will open next Thurs-- 1 0 Division No. 2 of Columbus, Ohio, as 0 engaged on the coin. Operations are Mr. John Clarke, who described Irish day evening at St. Peter's Hall, Seven- -' Good 0 sisted by the Ladies' Auxiliary, held in progress, a shaft has been sunk and it music in the ages previous to the dawn teenth and Southgate streets, and those vprv successful hook social at the Y. M. 0 0 is said that so far the working has been of Christianity, beginning with Amergin in cliarge nave made uie necessary ar-- roomg in Higli-streAND AM, POINTS IN 0 Theater build the very successful, yielding a large percent the Milesian, and dealing with the story rangements Tor pleasantly entertaining j 0 M. The comn,ittee were Mrs. J. B 0 age of silver, of the bards, mentioning particularly all those who attend. Many new and ,,-!- . 0 M mnmhell. Mrs. MrPrefiAn We regret to announce the death of Angus O'Daly, Clara M. Donuell. Fur novel attractions will be introduced and John Devanney, Edward J. Curren and 248 West Jefferson Street. 0 0 ... Telephone 384. 0 Mr, Patrick Roche, which occurred at long, O'Carlehan, O'Neil, Hempson, aud various amusements will be provided for Daniel Shea. 41, a littln 4Y1tra Tfm vnrtMia finnMia fltlrl his residence, Manor street, Waterford, he pictured clearly the destructive and TERMINALS .mm -i- ll l,PnrM?r1e,1 over hv InvMv I Division 4 held a fairly attended meet after a few days' illness, The deceased, revengeful policy of the English marau S Wednesday evening One new mem-ar- e years of age, was ders toward the bards during the elev young ladies and charming matrons, who It, J. I,AVI,BR. .who was thirty-thre- e OiVVIlV, M. D. I.AWI.KR. UNION DEPOT rwas initiated and four propositions adepts at entertaining and will leave employed in the film of Messrs. P. Kiely enth, twelfth and thirteen centuries, and dbai.br in finb Corner Seventh St. and River. n,lr acted upon. if Ten new names are to bea & Sons, as clerk and traveler, for the on comintr to later times he dealt with GROCERIES AND VEGETABLES. . CITY TICKET OFFICE iltn tiAvf iioaMtin Til past seventeen years, and during that pe Thomas Furlong, Thomas Moore, Dr. guests enjoyable. No. 218 Fourth Ave. Fine Wines and Liquors Always on Hand. is setting a fast pace, and it wijl riod earned the esteem and confidence of Drennan, James Orr, Francis Brown the tinue to Thursday evening, November 24, division ajoi EIGHTH STREET. Tei.EPIIONB u66. FIRST CI,ASS be a hard matter to catch her. S. his employers. In commercial circles he 6ong writers of 1848, and the works of and as the admission will be only ten CHARTwUS ANDORONIN, J. ZAND. Iouisville, Ky. General Agent, for the ball of the Hibernian Tickets TWELliTH was well known, his unfailing courtesy Kickham, Leo Casey, Duffy, D'Arcy cents the hall should be crowded each run close to the hall Knights, which takes place at Phoenix E. G. MCCORMICK, Pass. Traf, Mgr., making him popular with all whom he Mngee, L. Ferguson, Fanny Parnell, evening. Street-car- s DRUOS and DRUaOIST'S SUNDRIES came in contact. His demise, when Perclval Graves, Joyce. In conclusion he and transfers can be had to all parts of Hill on the evening of November 22, are WARREN J. I,YNCH, A. G. P. A., PuticnUr Attention Paid to Filling Family N. W. Cor. Nineteenth aud Duncan. Prescription). CINCINNATI, O. having a good sale. A lively interest in known throughout the city, occasioned suggested the formation of a harp soci- - the city. HIBERNIANS. FIRST GRAND BALL ( I Irish-Americ- m TO ft, PHOENIX HILL HALL, TICKETS 25 CENTS. in GIVI3X t SEVENTH by-go- Wines, Liquors and Cigars Carrick-on-Shanno- BSHl9jife Dig-gin- Gran W.Smith's Sons Funeral Directors And Embalmers.. I land-grabbe- E. COR. STS. t !II3I)1I3-2?!I!Sn I) 1 s. (I high-price- SEVENTH STREETS. BUCKINGHAM 1 S SPE jBRMON'S Black Crook g, - i Muldoon Monument Company 1IS 0 038. TEMPLE THEATER i .flrwU N n,i,i I flonuments. f I Cyrano De Bergerac Irish-Americ- I DRY GOODS, SHOES lIIllIIiS2I13lIlS I FRANK FEHR BREWING 60. ' "". HOTEL RICHELIEU M.J. SWEENY. PROP. - I BREWERS AND BOTTLERS, LOUISriLLlt:, I ti if i nt-i- FOUR ROUTE - well-know- Indianapolis Peoria iPARADISE! SAMPLE ROOM. Liquors a Specialty. Fifteen Ball Pool. - CHICAGO BEST INDIANA and MICHIGAN J. HICKEY, PROPRIETOR. 000000000000a00aeaa0aae i.nVM,..,,iiQnf MARTIN J. 1 LAWLER & SON J. GATE5S, Grocery and Saloon