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Yes, though freedom may for a time be stricken down and tramped upon in the persons of its upholders, we believe that though defeated, it does not perish, but, being immortal, like the soul, which cherishes it, will in time rise in triumph, victorious over its enemies. Truth, like the sun in the heavens, may be obscured for a time. I must express the gratification I feel arising from the fact that the bold and honest, the faithful and steadfast men of Wexford, nave not ignored tncir religion or snguiea its ministers while celebrating the memory of their historic ancestors. They have clearly shown that their national aspirations have not weakened their devotion to the faith of their fathers. The men whose memory we honor today rose in dark and evil days; these days have passed away, and much of their darkness with them, but the memory of these men remains cherished and honored by all Irishmen, but in a special manner by Wexfordmen, in whose hearts the fire of ndependeuce they kindled by their ex- niple still burns with a bright and steady flame, which time will, I trust, never extinguish. When this memorial, whose first stone has been laid today, is completed, it will be looked upon with reverence as a just and grateful tribute paid by the men of Wexford to the patriotism of these noble ancestors who gave their lives to win their country's freedom. In after years, wnen our couutry nas resumed ner honored place among the free nations of the world, the freemen of the future, gazing on this monument, may say, This was a tribute the men of 1898 paid to their and our ancestors who faced fearful odds, and fell fighting bravely for the glorious cause of civil and religious freedom. The men of 1898 did well and wisely in raising this monument to virtue and valor, to the memory of the martyrs of religion and patriotism. In future and more prosperous times greater wealth may enable our people to erect stately and more costly memorial monuments to departed worth, but none of these, however imposing their architect ure, will appeal to memories more touching, more cherished and more honored, than those which were designed to perpetuate the fame of the devoted patriots of our race who fell fighting heroically in defense of the trampled liberties of their country in the year of 1798. ever-glorioe, NOVEMBER 19, 1898. PRICE FIVE GENTS. of the sacred functions of 'law and der,' ill which they were engaged! or- THE MEN OF '98 Grand Demonstration in Their Honor in Wexford by All Glasses. Immense Outpouring, Procession, Illumination, Speeches and Enthusiasm. Mayor Presided and Prominent Officials of All Parties J Participated. KAVANAQH AND REDMOND SPEAK. nity from their brethren in South Africa. They were all sorrylhat Mr. Gillingham was leaving them, but they would follow him over the ocean cheers, and he would be the interpreter of their sentiTransvaal Irish Nationalist ments to the Irishmen of the Transvaal. After the health of Mr. Gillingham had Banqueted and Toasted been drunk, that entleman said that By Fellow-Patriot- s. words failed him to express his sense of the kindness which Siad surrounded him in the old land and among the old race. President Krufjcr and Irish Na- He knew that thcirf greetings were also intended for all the Nationalist Irishmen tionality Toasted, Praised in South Africa. Ha was glad to say that and Cheered. Ireland might be proud of her sons in South Africa. Therfe were a few black sheep, of course. Taere were some trim mers and flunkeyssas there are everySentiments and Applause That where, but the Irishmen of South Africa were true to the principles of Nationality Onco Meant the Gallows cheers, and he knew also that they or Transportation. would be pleased ana proud to know that President Kruger and the brave republic were held in such honor in Ireland and LONDON IRISH NATIONALISTS ACTIVE. among Irish Nationalists. Cheers. LONDON TOWN. EVICTIONS. How They Arc Carried on in Ireland hy the Cruel Landlords' Agents. Brig Bnilifls, Police, Crow-Bade, Soldiers and 'ICmer-genc- y Men" Act. ar " 'Drive back the people draw batons; FRANKFORT. The Gojlcl Bill Decision Anx iously Looked For by tho Two Parties. Door and Wall Battered Down, House Wrecked, Inmates Beaten nnd Injected. LAW AND ORDER" IS VINDICATED. Tuesday, November 1, the centennial memorial of the heroes of 1898 was celebrated in the town of Wexford by a magnificent demonstration, in the course of which the foundation stone of a monument to the memory of the Men of 1898 was laid in the historic Bull Ring of the town by Rev. Father Kavanaugh, the historian of the memorable year. In preparing the site for this foundation stone the workmen unearthed a fragment of Wexford's old market cross, round which men, women and children of Wexford side by side with their priests were butchered by the troops of Cromwell in October, 1649. Great as was the demonstration held in Wexford town on the eve of the Vinegar Hill massed meeting disearlier in the year, the day's popular of play of adherence to the principles men outnumbered it over and the 1798 over and over again, and excelled it by many degrees in enthusiasm. The fact of the day being observed as a holiday in honor of the All Saints' festival was sufficient to bring practically the whole countryside in to reinforce the great assemblage of townspeople in honor of the occasion. Special trains brought large delega-tion- s surrofrom Dublin, Wicklow and who were received by unding-country, the Mayor. A procession was formed which paraded the town, headed by a mounted cavalcade, followed by carnages with the town officers, clergy, prominent citizens and the Lord Mayor and dignitaries from Dublin. On reaching the Bull Ring the Mayor of Wexford presided and delivered a introducing Father Kava- naugh, who was greeted with great enthusiasm. Mr. T. J. Godfrey. Secretary of Wex. ford Borough Association, read an ad dress to Father Kavanaugh, who re s ponded. Here is a graphic of an A decision of the Court of Appeals that eviction in Ireland, written by David is being looked forward to with a great Hibernian Knights Complete Sheehy, M. P. It is an extract from one deal of anticipation by both the Demo ham. by the Irish Nationalists in London. of n series of papers contributed to the All Arrangements for cratic and Republican parties is the Among those present were: Messrs. John reetnan's Journal, entitled "Romance Thefi Ball. famous "Goebel Force Bill," now in the O'Leary, Lionel Johnson, Dr. MacDon-nel- l, of the Laud War; Incidents and Experihands of the court. Should it be declared P.), Dr. McBride, Mr. Nolan (ex-unconstitutional, as it is confidently ences of the Plan of Campaign," and At the last mertfng of Company A, refers to the Portumna clearances: hoped it will be, by the Republicans, Dr. Clarke, Mr. O'Donnell, Dr. O'Brien, Hibernian Knights.'fthe various commitquite a complicated state of affairs will The clanging of the chapel bell Dr. Mr. Lavelle, and other gentlemen. tees reported everything in readiness for sounding an alarm which was arise. A decision is looked for not later but too Mark F. Ryan was chairman. the ball at Phoenix Hill Tuesday night. well understood, roused us from bed than Monday, perhaps sooner. Both After the cloth was removed the chair-a- n In the absence of .President Breen Mr. early on the following morning. When sides are exceedingly anxious about the gave first the toast of "Ireland a Jerry Hallihan was called to the chair, outcome. Nation," saying that it was the toast and displayed parliamentary knowledge got to the streets a strange feeling of It was with great regret and disapwhich had precedence wherever Irish Na- and ability that wasy a surprise to those excitement and expectancy was everywhere noticeable. A grave earnest expointment that Frankfort people learned tionalists met. He asked Mr. Lionel present. 1 pression was settled on every one's featthat Dr. D. J. Stafford was forced to oh n son to support the toast. The company added to its membership cancel his engagement to lecture in the Mr. Lionel Johnson said that wherever Mr. Tim Broderickf of Division 4. and ures, and a fire, as if lit by bitter thoughts, flashed from men's eyes with a city last Wednesday evening on "HamIrishmen, who were Irishmen indeed, met there are several others to be initiated. peculiar resigned sullenness. The feverlet." The evening previous Father Staffellowship, all the world over, tne in The fact that the xompany will attend ish ford received a telegram that his mother gloom was as visible on the counte- less." pledge "Ireland a Nation" was first in the Boston convention in a body and atwas at the point of death in Washington, their hearts and first on their lips. Po- tired in new uniforms is a great induce- nances of the newspaper correspondents as on those most immediately affected. D. C, and he left at once for that city, dis- ment to LAGER BEER, litical combinations might form and the members of the various di- Their natural feelings of compassion for in order to be at her bedside when the appear; political shibboleths might rise visions to join the knights. end came. He was forced the oppressed became excited to rage as cancel and be forgotten; the programmes of polIt was announced that all arrangements Growth of Its Manufacture Lexington engagement alsoto in orderhis to iticians might vary with the seasons, and had been made to read from the stage by their judgments were convinced that the day's procedings had no sanction of and Use By Americans, in catch his train. The opera-hous- e was the promises of statesmen might fall like rounds the result oflthe Corbett-Sharke- y packed by a very appreciative and select Which Louisville Beer rotten reeds. The purpose of the Irish contest, and this will no doubt prove a right or justice, and could be properly audience, among whom were the elite land, had drawing card, as there will be no extra stigmatized as outrageous cruelty aud race, like the history of their Holds First Place. robbery. of both Catholic and Protestant society. but one centre and one issue, the free charge. j The police permanently stationed at The Y. M. I., under whose auspice3 nationhood of an ancient and immortal Great interest is being taken in the When German lager beer was intro people. From Malin Head to Pretoria, contest between Misses Annie Kelly, of Woodford at the time was a force numer duced into the United States, very few the lecture in this city was given, hope d to be able to secure Father Stafford for from Holborn to San Francisco, the toast 1721 Twelfth street.jand Katie Brady, of ous enough to keep the peace of a city. To assist at the enforcement imagined that at any time it would be- oue night early iu January. It is to be of the Irish race, the policy of the Irish East Main street. They are both popular come so important a factor among the race, was "Ireland a Nation." Cheeas. young ladies, and (the result will oe of the law's decrees of dispossession it beverages of this country as to push it hoped that they will succeed, as hundreds was greatly strengthened, while at Por The toast was drunk with enthusiasm. watched with interest. All returns must self gradually into first place. In those of Frankfort people are anxious to hear The chairman said that after the re be in by 9 o'clock Monday evening, at tumna another force of police and a reg days, when lager beer was put to its test the gifted orator. iment of infantry were collected to escort Father Kavanaugh then, amid deaf membrance of their own native land he wnicii ,nuur me cuniesi muses. IThe "smoker," given Thursday even-in- g American people if they indulged nd guard the sheriff's bailiff and the the ening cheers, laid the foundation-stonby Division 1, A. O. H., was a grand would ask them to drink a toast which A irreat deal of routine business was in spirituous drinks at all used to prefer whtch came from the historic Three was honored in the adopted land of their transacted and thelfollowing appoint- agent's brigade of emergency men. whisky or the English porter and ale, and success socially, and the members and As the morning wore on groups of Rocks, a camping ground of the insur patriotic guest, and which all good Irish- ments made for the.ball: their friends spent a very pleasant evenpeople from every side could be seen looked down on the new competitor as ing. Another smoker' will be given in the gents and the scene of a skirmish with men honored also. Mr, Gillingham was Music Director ilartin Sheehan. entirely inferior to their- - old favorites, " " going toward the scene of the Intended the British soldiery. a local South African Burgher as well as However, in the course of a decade the near future. Assistant Director Thomas Kelly. evictions. About 10 o'clock, my friends Alderman Captain Maguire moved: Division 1, A. O. H., will give a grand an Irish Nationalist, and, in his name as manufacturing of lager spread over many Chief Floor Manager Joseph Taylor. nd I set out also for the general trysting 1. "That this meeting, representative well as in their own, he would give next States of the Union, and very soon the hop Thanksgiving evening. It is to be Assistant Floor Mahagers Thos. Lan- ground. At this distance of time I canof all parts of the County Wexford, as- the toast of "President Kruger." Long gan, a grand mask ball, and all who attend Joe Lyncn, con Hallihan, Kooert not recall the names of the tenants who foaming beer invaded almost every city sembled on this memorable occasion of may he wear with honor and good fortune Mitchell, Tim and town of any significance. It was not will be guaranteed a good time. Broderick, Arthur Camp were that day marked for victims. The only the delicious taste laying the foundation stone of a national the dignity he holds from the brave Rebut also the harm- - There are no new developments in the bell. scene of the first sacrifice was down by lessuess of the beverage memorial in honor of our gallant ances publicans he has so often guided to vicFATHER KAVANAUOII'S RBPI.V. that made fast Franklin county Republican race. The Prize Committee Joe Taylor, Arthur totors who so bravely fought for faith and tory. He would ask Mr. F. Campbell, Jerry Hallihan and Tom the Shannon's shore, the victim an evi friends for it at any place it went, and election last week was a grand victory Cheers. Fellow townsmen, we have no hero andently good and thrifty husbandman. which brought about its stay fatherland in '98, hereby pledge our Hugh O'Donnell, who had defended the day to honor the patriotism of our wherever for the Democracy, Settle carrying the Noone. The dwelling was a long, of 1798, by laying the selves to continue the struggle they be- rights of the Transvaal in the good old county by 9G0 majority over Hardin. It cestors, the men introduced. After the order of business was through building. Some of the farm buildings of a memorial to be queathed us until we see Ireland take her times to support the toast. r Atinn Of course, nobody at that time dreamed is claimed that the incumbent, Hon. 1UUUUUHV" done with a few hours were spent convivially, Mr. Frank Hugh O'Donnell said it was the membess being pleasantly entertained were slated. The farm was well fenced, of the almighty Trust, and nobody South Ttimble, will have a walkover in erected to their memory, and, moreover, proper place among the nations. 2. "That we call upon the men of Wex now twenty-on- e years since he had met and amused with songs and stories by trim, and in a good state of cultivation' thought that this deadly enemy of honest the Democratic primary, December 28, to declare by our presence our firm de was, with others, approached by a labor and industry would even trv to but the friends of young Percival Haley adhere to the great cause ford and all who claim the honor of being the illustrious President of the South Af Mike Hehir, Joe McCarthy, Tim Broder termination to which they fought and died the descendants of the heroes of '98, to assist rican Republic. On the suggestions of ick, Joe Taylor, Dati Hamedy and others. long, narrow boreen, or lane. This, on force the people's beverage under its mer- say that he will be in at the finish, and for We in raising a memorial on this historic the venerable Professor of International the occasion, was blocked at two or ciless control. A "lager," such as most if defeated his opponent will know that c nf rivil and relieious liberty. t, spot to the brave insurgents of whom all Law at the University of Utrecht he had IRISH-AMERICAinherit their principles, tbeir love of SOCIETY three points by felled trees, to check and of the Beer Trust companies nowadays he has been in a fight. Notwithstanding retard the approach of the crowbar are offering the public, would have been all reports to the contrary, Col. Pat Mc gone to present his respectful sympathies nod their hatred of oppression, We Wexford men feel justly proud." for brigade. The gate entering the farm vigorously objected Alderman James Stafford, in seconding to President Kruger and Attorney-Gen- have the same love, the same desire to, and would have Donald, the editor of the Argus, has not independence which they had, the motion, said the men of Wexford ernl Jonssen, who were then slaying at Many New Members Initiated. vard was fastened up in an elaborate prevented the adoption of beer as the na- yet announced himself as a candidate, National tannle of chains, iron bars, old cart tional beverage of the new continent. although it is believed that he will evenand we have not forgotten in this year of would never surrender their rights, be the Albemarle Hotel, on a mission of pro Efforts to Increase the wheels and other lumber, all Held oy The Beer Trust at present seems to try its tually enter the race. suffered to gain it a cen-tur- y cause they remembered the butchery ear test against the recent seizure of the 1898 what they Roll to 2,000. locks and rivets. The windows of the best to turn the consumers' taste toward The fact that Gov. W. O. Bradley con ago. We maintain (as they would ned on 250 years ago in the place where Transvaal by the English Government, be the monument was being laid and the Ha had never forgotten the simple dignity dwelling were removed, and the spaces a stuff which poor material, hasty work sented to introduce the Rev. D. I. Staf have maintained) that Ireland should filled with timber logs securely wedged and cheap labor bring out combinedly, ford, D. D., when it was said that he ruled by Irishmen, not by foreigners, and sufferings inflicted on them a hundred and stem resolution with which the Pres Thursday night's meeting of the Ken together. A thin blue column of smoke, and it is a good thing that there are still would lecture here, goes far to prove bad government alone that years ago. They depended for the conv ident had then said: "We are Boers tucky that it is not Society was very protest against, but foreign govern pletion oi the monument on the gener They want to make us English, We will largely attended and much routine bust rising straight in the still air to the bright many brewers m America that refuse to that the genial Chief Executive is not sky. indicated tnat tne owner ana ins join the Trust, despite the most tempting the bitter bigot and member of the "dark ,pntin any shape. Nor do we forget osity of the Wexford men, not only at die first." In that spirit President Kru ness transacted. were in the house, awaiting tne propositions, and who, instead, take a lantern brigade," known as the American iiprnca who snranc from our home, but all over the world. They in ger had fought. In that spirit he had ti..t President Tom Kcenan oceupied the family M oh has been consecrated to free Ireland would never cease working in the conquered. It was only nations that set chair, and in the absence of Secretary coming of the invaders. A multitude of pride in supplying their customers with Protective Association, that partisan hv their blood, fought and died for cause of '98 until, in Emmet's words, honor above life who deserved the glory Drewry the reporter of this paper filled people were present, whose sympathy the genuine excellent lager made of malt newspapers would make it appear that he occupants was and hops, and not of with the fre'edom of their alters as well as for their couutry took her place among the of freedom and the rewards of prosperity cheap and health is. It is well to state that there has althe that position. ways been great doubt of his allegiance that of their homes, nor tnat tuey were free and independent nations of the In reply to the general wish of the The majority of those whose names manifested by encouraging cheers. horns destroying substitutes. "In a little time the blowing of company. Mr. John O'Leary arose, amid were published rt.ctinn men who feared and honored world. Our local brewing companies, Seun & to the infamous order, as he has neither in these columns from neighboring elevations signaled Ackerman and Frank Fehr, for instance, affirmed or denied the reports. Mr. Peter Frenah, in supporting the great applause, to support the toast to last week were present aud initiated God, if they did not fear the foreign ty. resolution, said that that great meeting the South African President. He said that A number of applications for member the approach of the evictors; and all un- nave always furnished their customers a rntifr. The third of the series of euchres given expectedly a fleet of boats were also ob first-claare gathered proved that, despite Mr. Chamberlain's President Kruger was popular with true wP. beverage, and therefore right- by the Y. M. I. of this city passed off were also received, that of Dr. John ship served on the Shannon approaching from fully enjoy a steadily growing patronage, very pleasantly last Thursday evening, together amidst the scenes which were sneers, there was still a real live Irish irishmen everywhere. He was a quiet W. Galvin being among the number. triumphs and of question for England to face. There resolute patriot whose deeds were always The enemy had divided his Beer Trusts and Brewing Combines, time everybody having a very enjoyable time. mute witnesses of their A vigorous effort will be made to in- Portumna. t,ir .WMts those defeats which were were a thousand proofs of it there that in keeping with his words. The Boers crease the membership to 2,000, and if forces, and sent souie by water aud some and again, have entered this city from Upon my table, as I write, lies the anthe pro other business centers, but tin 1pm honorable than their victories, day. Too much praise could not be given were a small community, but they had the suggestions made are carried out by road a course which gave their capital, nouncement of the marriage of my old hpcjiuse thev bore these reverses of for to the 'valor of their forefathers who, faced a mighty empire with steady cour that result will be easily achieved. This ceeding a still greater appearance of war, although employed m vast quantities, has friend John R. Sower to Miss Rose E. and deadly never been a successful investment. The Edwards. The marriage will be quietly tune with a fortitude no less admirable after suffering intolerable persecution age, and they Had known now to win is a society that can accomplish much its plots and stratagems, their brayery. The men whose and infamy, rose in their strength and their rights. He hoped every Irishman for its members, being open to all classes purposes. The office bailiffs were the citizens of Louisville are Kentuckians, solemnized Wednesday morning, Novemthan bluejackets on that' occasion, and their and as such know and appreciate a good ber 23, at the residence of the Rev. T. S. memory we honor today died for a per swept the English force out of the coun in South Africa would always honor the of without regard to baggage, consisting of bedding, cooking filing when they drink it. Therefore give Major, rector of the Church of the Good secuted creed as well as tor an oppresscu try as the winds swept the mist from spirit of national independence shown by religious or political affiliation. utensils and some personal belongings, the Louisvillians Louisville beer, and let Shepherd, this city. The bride is one of He supported the therefore, their memory is their Irish hills. President Kruger. country, and, Several interesting addresses were de toast with the warmest admiration for the livered, the principal one being made by was the freight which they brought with other people swallow whatever they Frankfort's fairest and most lovely girls; MR. JOnN K. REDMOND, M. P., doubly hallowed, and religious faith as loved by every one for her sweet and well as civic virtue sanctions the honor who was received with prolonged cheers, wise and brave President of the Trans Lieutenant Thomas J. Riley, who proved them. They had, of course, a strong choose. police escort to protect their persons Loud cheers. amiable disposition and kind and loving we pay them. That faith for which they said : Fello dmen I thank God yaal. himself an orator of no mean ability. A HAPPY EVENT. The health of President Kruger was His remarks created great enthusiasm from danger and molestation. The land manners, while the groom is one of died is as dear to us as it was to them, that it has been my good fortune to be forces consisted of the sheriff's bailiffs Frankfort's leading young business men, nnd If we esteem patriotism as a great able to take part in the proceedings of drunk with enthusiasm. Others who spoke were Michael Lawler, and their guard of police and military The chairman then said he had to pro Col. Murphy and President Keeuan. A very large and jolly crowd enjoyed a staunch and loyal as a friend, and posnatural virtue, we esteem even more that today. No Irishman, no matter from and their implements consisted of the pleasant evening at the home of Mr. and sessed of many rare traits not often found pose the toast of the banquet, and in ask rplicrious sDirit which consecrates It and ...1. l.o aiu 1.A The next meeting will be held on the VVilUb path ui tub l.nfl lit. uajr mt .vuic, UMt usual levellers" tools sledges, crowbars, Mrs. Michael Ward, of Tenth and Rowan in the yonng man of the nineteenth cena higher level, which links it would have felc an intense Reeling of ing them to pledge their honored guest, first Thursday in December. raises it to hatchets, pickaxes, spades, shovels, ropes streets, one evening last week, the occa- tury. The writer joins the many friends with man's eternal destinies. If these pride at witnessing the proceedings of Mr. Gillingham, he knew they memt to and ladders, supplemented on that occa sion being the reception given in honor of the young couple in hoping that they TRINITY COUNCIL. men did not win freedom they deserved today; Tiut for a Wexford man, for one greet him in his double capacity of Na sion by an immense heavy beam, three of the christening of their young son, may tread life's pathway hand in hand, it. Thev did all that the bravest men bound to this old town by so many and tionalist comrade and true and tried and they gave their lives for their such tender ties, I confess that my feel patriotic citizen of the Transvaal. Mr. Trinity Council, Young Men's Insti strong spars, and two powerful ship John Joseph Ward. John J. Hennessy and that their way may be strewn with could do country. Fortune did not smile upon Ings of pride and of joy today are such Gillingham had come to them bearing tute, held a meeting Monday evening chains. These were materials for the and Mrs. John O'Rourke acted as spon- roses, and the thorns few and far beto knock down the houses sors for the little fellow. the message of the thousands of Irish with a large attendance. Two members battering-ram- , tween. their heroic efforts, but their blood was as can not be translated into words, where any resistance was offered made the suppose no more historic scene was ever Nationalists in South Africa never to were initiated. Among those present were: Mr. and The forty-hourdevotion will open nt tmiirl forth In vain. It 'The eviction brigade was the first on Mrs. John O'Rourke, Mr. and Mrs. John with solemn high mass next Tuesday Trinity Council will turn out to wel earth which drank it ever sacred to free enacted in any country in the world. We lower the green flag, but, like President Loud cheers. come the Legion home. Five of its mem scene, uut tne removal oi uie ieueu Hennessy, Misses Beatrice Kenealey, morning at the Church of the Good Shep dour, with their expiring breath they have come here today to erect a monu Kruger, "to die first." kindled the embers of a fire which burns ineut to the memory of heroism and devo The Irishmen at home parted from Mr. bers went to the war. Their dues have trees from the boreen caused them some Fannie Hodapp, Lillie Kirchner, Mamie herd, this city, aud will close Thursday delay and labor. At length they reached Treagor, Edith Hartnett, Agnes O'Laugh- - evening (Thanksgiving). Father Major, still. tion to country, a monument of gratitude Gillingham with regret, for he had de been remitted. farm-yar- d gale. This, after an in liu and Maggie Glenn; Messrs. William the rector, will be assisted by the Rev. The descendants of these men can for priceless services, a monument which served their esteem and affection by his The usual euchre will be given Wednes the J. vain tugging and Dealy, Willie Lang, Thomas Brathway, J. O'Neill, of Lexington; Rev. Edward surely never sink to the abject condition for all time will teach to succeeding gen patriotism. They sent by him the greet- day evening. The President appointed spection and some Nationalists, the watchword, of Messrs. John M. Burleigh, G. F. Boss- - hammering, was left undisturbed; and John Kirchner, George Adams, John T. Donnelley, of Georgetown; Rev. J. J. ing of of contented slaves. They died, but erations of Wexfordmen how proud pickaxe were vigorously Frey, John Peters and John Lell. Fitzgerald, of Shelbyville, and probably their memory lives. A century of years heritage they have received from their "Ireland a Nation," to the Irishmen on hart and T. J. Garvey as the Reception spade, bar anda gap in the fence. At the There was good music and an abun Fathers Dailey and Raflo, of Louisville. of forefathers, and bow deep and weighty a the broad veldt and in the rising towns of Committee. Mr. and Mrs. James Reagen plied to make W not effaced it from the minds various pauses and difficulties which re dance of refreshments, and the bouncing The meeting last Tuesday evening of their countrymen. It cheers their spirit duty rests upon them to maintain the South Africa. Cheers. He would ask will be the chaperones. multitude cheered little boy was toasted by every one of the the A. O. H. was one of the best strengthen: fair name of their town and their country, them to drink the health of their hon nustains their hope and Members should not forget the stag tarded the evictors the attended to the po jolly crowd before they dispersed. as a in several weeks. A new feature was intheir derermination to win freedom by More than that; we are come here to erect ored guest with a three times three. party Monday and the meeting the same That was accepted whatsignal were they there lice officers to show effort, every sacrifice that men a monument to those who are of our own Loud cheers. augurateda social session, which foldate. crowd of Galway peas Dennis O'Hearn, a laborer living at lowed the regular business meeting. A P., being asked to Mr. J. Nolan, ex-should make for so great, so noble Brothers John Hogan and M. J. Palmer for. How dare a blood, of our own kith and kin, flesh and ants make any demonstration of the! 444 East Jefferson street, fell from a.lad- delightful lunch and refreshments were boon. The honor paid to their memory Around this platform today are assembled support the toast, said that it was with are still on the sick list. plcaure at the difficulties with which the der at the National Tobacco factory, served . at 10:30 o'clock, and every one in this century year of 1898 was not tne granasons ana me greatgranasons, the greatest pleasure that he did so. Mr. Twenty-fourt- h and Main, Wednesday, Subscribe now for the Kentucky Irish work of the despoiler was impededl Gillingham had brought to their '98 CenWexford or to Ireland; it confined to CONTINUED OK THIRD PAOB. - American, wa rank sedition; a rebellious contempt iracturing his left leg and arm. tenary the assurances of National fraterCONTINUED ON THIRD PADS. yfaa paid in every land In which our race pen-pictu- BALL OF THE YEAR, A banquet was given at the Holborn Restaurant November 3 to Mr. Gilling charge!' Forth sprang, in long, open line, the force of police, beating, without cause or reserve, all whom they eould reach. Then a wide cordon of military, was formed round the farmstead, inside which no civilians but the bailiffs were permitted. Priests, public men and all who could be suspected of any sympathy with the tenant, were kept hundreds of yards away from the scene of action. "Entrance being effected to the farmyard, the advanced to the dwelling, knocked at the door aud demanded possession. He got no answer. Again more loudly he made his peremptory claim. Again no reply came from within. After a pause the sheriff to be erected. ordered the battering-raSlow and toilsome was the process of its adjustment, erecting the three spars into a triangle, and suspending from it by the ship chain, the long ponderous beam. At length the machine was erected, and after a few swings it was driven at the door, which, 'after a few strokes, fell in in splinters, revealing a rude but shaken barricade of logs. These the bailiffs were ordered to remove, but on their approaching to do so they got such a souse of hot water that they speedily was then retreated. The battering-radirected against the wall, between the door and window, and a large breach be ing made, the bailiffs and a posse of police rushed in and gave some vengeful blows to the inmates for the pain of the scalding water and the labor they had caused them. The inmates were then brought out prisoners, the furniture was flung into the yard, the cattle driven from the land, and 'Law and order' were vindicated. A Galway peasant was robbed of home and property, his house demolished, and his family house sub-sheri- ff m Dr Stafford's Lecture , Post-nonc- d Because of Illness of His Mother. Hibernian, Y. M. I., Church, Social and General News Notes. NEWSY LETTER FROM THE CAPITAL fair-size- 1 1 1 1 well-thatche- d lib-.rt- N Irish-Americ- fellow-countryme- n, ss s' KETFXJOKIY IRISH AMERICAN, KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. MMItlMMMIHHMtlltMMM ENGLAND'S HYPOCRICY POSED. EX Dovoted to tlio Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. o Second-Clas- SINOLE COPY, s 5c popular young widow of Seventh street, and has hosts of friends who wish her the best of luck. Mr. McGrath is the popular turnkey of the jail and has made embassy said: a reputation for himself as a quiet but &TRADES( o$ o) CPU N CILlJ Violet in all the shades between pale I! I'll efficient official. "The stntement Hint Russia would join mauve and pansy is the popular color for nny coalition, European or Asiatic, Mr. J. T. Dyer, of Morganficld, was in John J. O'Sullivan, the popular L. & your silk shirt waists. White silk with against the United States in the Philip- the city the past week. SATURDAY, NOV. 19, 1S98, N. raihoad clerk, has returned from a endless tucks is also worn, with red or LOUISVILLE, KY., pine affair, is made without the least trip which he had taken for his health. blue velvet collar bands. knowledge of the policy lntely formulated J. J. Harry, of the New Haven Echo, He says he gained fourteen pounds while Foreign Minister. Had England Boas of all kinds are thefashion, which ENGLISH BLUSTER. by the foreign officers at St. Petersburg. was in the city the past week. away. His return was greatly welcomed means that feather boas are still popular. "This policy, far from having hostile intended Sir Edward Grey's dictum T. C. O'llryan, of Danville, .and II. by his friends and employers, who missed The new varieties are a mixture designs against this country, was adopted of three The Fashoda incident passes for to be taken seriously, the time for of Lebanon, were in the city him a great deal during his absence. colors, such as black, white and mauve for the purpose of drawing the traditional W. Reeves, by the French retiring, the present Wednesday. such action was upon receipt of the ties of friendship more closely, the Popular Jim Laiigan is a great admirer in one. Short neck ruffs are also made without, however, yielding the French protest, but failing to do so, United States is the neighbor of Astatic His of ostrich tips spotted with chenille, At Hopkinsvillc, Ky., Wednesday, Mr. of the manly art of Russia on the east the only neighbor C. E. Smith and Miss Edna Cavnnaugh pleasant face is never missed at any of while others of soft kilted silk are edge of contention, after forcing the only natural conclusion was poiut our great country has of whose integrity were married. the glove contests that take place 111 tins with chenille. England to assert a claim fraught that the words of Sir Edward Grey aud friendship we arc certain. city. Jim is pretty clever with the gloves Barbaric-lookinchains of colored Mr. W. R. Hush and Miss Kalis E. himself and could keep some of the local with trouble for the future. That were not to be taken literally by the "Russia and the United States have no beads are shown among the novelties. rival aspirations; therefore, we form our Taylor were married in Lexington, Ky., boxers guessing that is if he cared to. claims of England are not well French Ministry. Again, as to the Fans and lorgnettes are supposed to be 'the plans always counting on the United Wednesday evening. founded and that the war talk and right of conquest' to Fashoda as Mr. Hen Greene made his debut on the attached to these, and while they can not States as a counter-balancin- g force Lieut. Thomas J. Riley is rejoicing professional stage last Monday affernoon, supplant the more'elegant jeweled chains "preparations' ' are ' 'campaign blus- part of the territory under the sway against European intrigues. over the arrival of a young officer at his at the Temple Theater. It was a decided of gold they are strong and within reach "Russia hopes one day to dominate the home at 1927 Duncan. ter" to bolster up the Salisbury of the Khalifa before the battle of Some day shall find Mr. of the many, which means some measure success. Old World, just as she'liopes to see the party is evident from the tone of Omdurman, the Yellow Book points proposed. Greene leading a stock company' of his of success. United States control the new. Hut RusMr. Tom Higgins and Mr. Con Lehnn own. He is the brother of Mr. Frank the opposition press. We quote the out that this plea was immediately This announcement is made by sia always hopes for the commercial help will return shortly from Howling Green Greene, the popular young ticket agent The foreign fashion writers are continually reminding us that the ideal costume following from the Dublin Inde answered by the Quai d'Orsay to the Russian Minister at Washing this continent can give her. The dream utter a (leiiglittul stay of one montli. at the Temple. for morning wear in the street consists of of our economists always has been that pendent: Mr. W. E. Spalding, of Atlanta, Ga the effect that Fashoda itself was ton, and it is plain that his state with the opening of the Siberian railroad Mr. George Huckeby, with the Main-stre- a plaid skirt and a plain cloth coat, both tailor-mad"The Yellow Book issued by the not under the sway of the Khalifa, ment has the full concurrence of the Pacific ocean would become a great and Miss Susie H. Mattingly were mar of course. Black and gray house of James Thompson & Co., and white plaid, with a black coat, is the Fa highway of commerce, carrying to your ried in Lebanon Tuesday morning. and well known throughout the city, will French Government on the and that therefore the right of con- the other European powers. Thi Western States the vast wealth of eve latest, but you can exercise your own united shoda question presents the first quest really established the French statement has not been published Indies, China, Japan and the trans-Cs- - the The many friends of John J. Tully, the be Miss in marriage Thanksgiving Mr. taste as to color. Nancy Murray, daughter of will regret to learn that he to old authentic version of the French claim to the disputed point. A sub- by the Anglo-America- n and Mrs. Richard Murray. The bride-to-b- e press pian countries. is confined to his home by sickness. The "English bnlldog" walking shoe is one of the most charming youug of "The Russian Government has planted side of the controversy which has sequent claim put forward by Eng- inougn tney continue to praise calfskin is one phase of feminine fancy in the Siberian countries one of the most The announcement that the Young ladies of the West End. which is to be illustrated this winter. Of been the talk of Europe for the past land, namely, that Fashoda was in England's "friendly act" and criti- wonderful colonies in will re the history of col Men's Division of the Hibernians month. In many respects the pub reality subject to the Khedive all cise the alleged "unfriendliness" of onization. Its choice of this location was sume their socials will be pleasing news Among the many notable wedding an- course it is ugly aud makes a woman's nouncements of this season is that of Mr. foot look just like a man's, but then she lication, of which but a brief epi the time, and that the Khalifa was other European governments to- determined by the assurance that the to many. colJoseph Huffakcr and Miss Mary J. has appropriated all of United States, faithful to traditions, tome is telegraphed, comes in the merely a rebel whom the Sirdar ward America, as a result of Spain's would promote its success by is the daughter lars, hats, vests and some of his coats, The eutertiinmeut of the young ladies Holmes. The bride-elec- t of the juvenile choir of the Sacret Heart o'f Mr. J. W. Homes, of 331 East St. and so there is nothing left but shoes, nature of a disappointment, lacking suppressed for the benefit of the appeals to them against the demand ing with us commercially. church was a most enjoyable one and Catherine street, and a very popular and unless she dons the trousers. dispatch "Russia would infinitely prefer as it does the accomplished young lady. Mr. IIufTaker Egyptian Government, is complete- for the surrender of the Philippine the Philippines should pass into that proved a great success. The new ribbons are a delight to the the is well known in all parts of the city, and from Marchand himself, without ly answered by the French Minis- islands an appeal that was never hands of any strong government capable Mrs. Peter Cusick, who has been se gives promise of a most prominent future. eye, with their pretty,, soft colors spotted which a complete review of the sit ter. As far back as 1893, he says, made. of maintaining law and order than that ri 011 sly ill during the past summer, is re The marriage ceremony will take place with black satin and chenille dots and striped with the recent conditions should be restored. and uation has been practically impossi that is to say two years before Sir Count Cassini, the Russian Am Since we wish any sovereignty there ported to be improvingfor. her speedy at the Broadway Baptist church Tuesday is every kind chenille and velvet. There of plaid ribbon, figured recovery is now looked 1 evening at 0 o'clock. exception, however Edward Grey made b!e. With this and ribbon with a fine silk fringe on his famous bassador, says that Russia naturally rather than Spanish, does it not seem the edge. Satin ribbons are especially there is no reason to find fault with declaration, it was pointed out to felt much interest in the status of inconsistent that we should object to the' Mr. Herbert Fawcett. of New Albany, Mr. Tony Savori, the handsome young, soft in texture United States, on which we place our a prominent member of the Elks, is the with almost a velvet finish, Yellow Book as a complete the English Government the that the the Philippines owing to their close main reliance? happy father of a handsome boy, who property man at the Temple Theater, is and some of them have a diagonal weave recently one of the most qualified young gentle in answer to the Blue Book the silk. Soudan had been practically lost to proximity to the eastern possessions "Nothing would please Russia more arrived at his home the past week. men on the professional stage. Were it issued by the English Foreign Office, Egypt. This view of the situation of that empire. There was 110 war than to have the territory of the United at the Miss Chrissie Doyle, who has been vis not for Tony the performances The latest millinery fad in New York That there are two sides to the Fa was even then adopted by the Eng- rant, however, he said, for the re States come nearer the Asiatic shore. iting her sister, Mrs. Ered Harig, S"3 Temple would not run so smoothly ns is the Koch theater hat. It is'a decided The circumstance of the conquest, the shoda question is made so plain that lish Government itself, who pro- ports coming from Paris that Rus nature of the aboriginal population, the Seventh street, for several weeks, left for they do. For within the fifteen years' novelty. The tr'nuning can be lifted off experience that he has had on the stage the the wonder is how the Jingo speak ceeded to conquer for England an sia had been appealed to by Spain political status of the islands, nil demand her home in Carlow, Ireland, yesterday. there are very few that can compete with as a hat and used during the performance fan, then readjusted. The small hat ers who have lately been electrify important part of the equatorial with a view to limiting the claims that the United States shall keep what In Lexington, Tuesday evening, Mr, him in handling scenery. He is a model meanwhile is worn during the play and won by an admirable navy, W. E. O'Sullivan, of Lebanon, and Miss young man, and never was it said that was gallantly discommodes nobody. ing English audiences, should not provinces. In view of this the of the United States in the Philip Russia would be the last country to ob Teresa Varty, of Tampa, Fla., were mar- Tony Savori had refused a helping hand do away with the big The invention will hat nuisance, and thought of such a possibility. question asked by the French Mill pines. No such appeal had been ject to America's keeping territory won ried by the Rev. Father Hogarty, of to any one that needed it. Let-thhave good men will have nothing now to complain Lebanon. work go on, Tony, for you will never re- of on this score at least when it reaches And that the French side has quite ister in the Yellow Book is exceed made to Russia or to other foreign in an honorably conducted war." gret it. this isolated point of the compass, which as much sound argument in its mgly pertinent: 'How could the governments. There is untold happiness in the home Much as one rejoices over the of it may porsibly do during the next two or Mr. and Mrs. Mike M. Hobau, on English must also be freedom of action which favor as the Throughout the recent war Rus election of his party candidate, no Portland avenue, over the arrival of their In St. Augustine's church, Jefferson-vill- three years anyhow. Great BritTuesday morning, Mr. Charles apparent, while over and above all, ain thus took to herself be denied to sia has maintained the most friend honest man will fail to condemn the youngest daughter, which event occurred Edelin, of Louisville, and Miss Nellie Chenille plays a very conspicuous part the conclusion that Lord Salisbury us?' And in support of this conten ly attitude toward the United States barefaced partisanism and stupidity last week. Coll were married by Rev. E. Audrain. in both hat and dress trimmings this seais oainfullv overmatched in the tion he points out The ushers were Messrs. Richard Edelin son. It is threaded into lace and mixed x that there have and the Ambassador said that he of the Bracken county Election Mr. John F. Jacques and family, of and James Mackey, of this city; James with embroidery in silver and gold matter of diplomatic fencing is evi since been other interventions on Columbus, am not aouot tins wotua nave a Commissioners in throwing dtt the friends by Ohio, surprised relatives and Edelin, of Eminence, Ky., and Charles threads on velvet and silk, and chenille an unannounced visit last dent, even from the cursory report the Nile without invoking any pro fringes with the bride, of Jefferson-villdrops at the good effect in continuing the firm entire vote of the Berlin precinct week. Jack is as jolly as ever, and is Coll, a brotheraofwedding After breakfast the end of each strand are revived again. of the Yellow Book telegraphed test on the part of the English Govdisfranchising several hundred getting fat. and youug couple left for a tour in the South, Light and pretty silk gimps of braid and The strong point of the English eminent. Having thus successfully friendship which has so long existcord twisted into every conceivable devoters, and, indeed, the majority of The congregation of Holy Cross church and on returning will go to house-keeposition may be briefly stated as disputed every point raised by the ed between Russia and the United ing at Seventeenth and Bank streets, this sign, both beaded and plain, are also a the voters in the Ninth Congres will give a euchre at Fountain Ferry city. The bride a daughter of Mr. and decided feature of dress is trimming. Picot-edgfollows: As long ago as 1895, Sir British Blue Book, M. Delcasse, in States. Park on Tuesday, November 22. The cords make very effective patterns, connection Count Cassini sional district, on the technicality ladies promised delightful evening for Mrs. Maurice Coll, and the groom is the In this Edward Grey, in Parliament, made his official message, goes a step fur young druggist at Seventeenth and .Bank aud then there is a new edging, made of took occasion to join issue with the that the electian officers closed the all who attend. by strands of silk, which looks very much streets. the statement that an advance ther, and practically explains the polls for dinner. The result in the, The congregation of St. George's like feathers. Fur in. both wide and narFrance on the upper Nile would be origin of all the Jingo talk which is prevailing view that England show There was a delightful reception at the row bands will be very much used. Congressional district (the Ninth) church, Standard and Eighteenth streets, considered by the British Govern now setting England ablaze. In ed her conspicuous friendship for home of Miss Mollie McCarthy, of Gilli- deep silk fringes are coming is so close that on the full returns are holding a bazar in St. Peter's hall, gan avenue, one evening tins week 111 to the front once more aud there is sun-pl- y Seventeenth and Southgate, which will ment as an 'unfriendly act.' Three conversation with Sir E. Monson, the United States during a critical Pugh, Republican, had 12 majority, close next Thursday. honor of her cousin, Miss Maynie Seltzer, no limit to the use of all kinds of years later, when Sir H. Kitchener, the English Ambassador at Paris, state in the war with Spain by de of Stewartsville. Among those present imitation aud real laces. Embroideries aud by throwing out the Berlin preHon. Alexander Dowling, of New Al were Mr. and Mrs. Edward Barber, Misses in a mixture of at the head of an army of English the only reply that the latter could clining to join the great powers of soft rich colors in white of the Indiana Supreme Lily Kyhie,' Susie Nichols, May me silk Europe in a move for intervention. cinct, which gave Pugh twenty ma bany , Judge-elec- t are used for yokes, vests and revers, and Egyptian troops, rescued this make to the plain statement of facts jority, Williams, Democrat, is given Court from Second district, will remove Walker, Molhc Rayne, Fannie Hill and and while the floral silk embroidery used territory from the sway of Khalifa, adduced by the French Minister The Ambassador says he has heard to Indianapolis about the holidays', his Lulu Wigg; Messrs. Gus Halligan, John in applique is. not new, it shows some a majority of eight votes in the en term beginning January 2. Hill. Edward and Austin Proctor, John new designs with silk and gauze mixhe discovered a band of Frenchmen was that the English Cabinet 'con this report frequently, and it seems tire district. The injustice is so Little tures. Beaded and sequined trimmings McCarthy and Eddie Brume. with a handful of African troops in sidered itself too far pledged on its to be accepted in this country as a Mr. Jacob Gross and Miss Dora Miller clear that no one can justify it, and were married, in bt. Louis liertrancl Bud" Barber in his eccentric dancing are quite as popular as ever, and so urc part of the history of the recent possession of a small town, Fashoda, previous public declarations to and Miss Lily Kyhie in her singing be war, and as the basis for much ap- the stupidity of it is that it will church by Rev. Father Logan, Wednes specialty furnished quite an entertain steel novelties with jet and gun metal a few hundred miles beyond combined. able to give up possession of Facertainly day. The attendants were Mr. Joseph ment for those present. Mr. Edward Demuth aud Miss Lizzie Hubbard. Ignoring the fact that shoda.' Or, in other words, no plause for England at the expense fail, as Congress will most PARNELL'S LITTLE ROMANCE. Proctor's Mandolin and Guitar Club dis seat Pugh, and the odium of such the Frenchmen had already taken matter that France may have right of the old great powers of Europe. Chawk and Edward Markum have coursed some pleasing music, Mr. Ed John There is one authentic anecdote about But Count Cassini says that no proceedings must be borne by the been looking gloomy lately, owing to the ward Proctor's mandolin solo being formal possession of the place to on its side, and the Etiglish the'late Mr. Parnell, the Academy says, conten such action on the part of Great Democratic party. It is much bet- coolness of two popular Market-stree- t fine. the extent of planting the r, which has probably never reached his tion has been proven to be as full of young ladies. Hrace up, old boys the the Sirdar proceeded to claim sov- holes as a sieve; yet, in order to Britain ever took place, aud that ter to go down in honorable defeat darkest hour is always just before dawn. The marriage of Miss Aleen Mtildoon biographer's ear, and' which is now put and Mr. Byron iftlliard was celebrated info print for the first time. It relates to ereign rights there for England, or make good the Jingo pronounce- the impeachment of the continued than win by methods which no deMessrs. Reynolds Gibney and Mc- - Monday at noon, at tlie residence of Col. the day's before Parnell went into Parliafriendliness of the other powers is cent man can defend. Egypt, which is practically the ments of Hicks-BeacElheaney deserve special praise for Michael Muldoon, on New Broadway. ment, and when, as n very smart young Chamberlain due to a misapprehension of the for dress than he their good work in Cyrano de Bergerac at The house was elaborately decorated in a man", caring much-morsame thing. And thereupon the and Devonshire, the British Cabinet facts. At no time, he says, was Our Frankfort friends are no the Temple during the past week. Here profusion of evergreens and flowers. The afterward did, he paid a long visit to contest for ownership of Fashoda is prepared to go to war for the pos sooner through with one election are true specimens of Kentucky Irish bridal party, composed of Miss Minnie America, and made himself very popular was transferred from the banks of session of a place which never be- there a purpose on the part of the Americans. Hilliard, the- - maid of honor, and the in society. In one city he encountered' a great powers to intervene against than they begin to get ready for bridesmaids, Miss Louise Maddin, of girl whom he thought delightful. In the the Nile to London and Paris. longed to them. Such an exposi The ladies of St. Joseph's Aid, of St. the action of the United States, so another. The race for Legislator Cecilia's parish, will give a coffee social Nashville, and Miss Hannah Muldoon, running for her Parnell came in easily "Lord Salisbury's dispatches go tion of arrant 'bluff' was, perhaps, is attracting attention, and many and entertainment in St. Cecilia's Hall followed by the bride and her father, first and the engagement was formally One night, however, at a into more detail as to the rights of never recorded in a diplomatic doc- that there never was an occasion Col. Michael Muldoon, passed down the announced. for such display of English friend prominent citizens are spoken of on Wednesday evening, November 00. stairs, which were made an avenue of dance Parnell came up to the lady as she England in the premises, but one ument. In this light the alleged and urged to enter the contest, Tickets fifteen cents. The proceeds are green, with festoons of smilax and flow- was sitting out with one of his former for the poor of the parish. of his points, intended as a strong tremendous preparations for war ship in checking the designs of the ers, and entered a floral aisle, which led rivals. "Oh, you are here," he said, great powers as is generally pre- among them Mr. Pat McDonald, of you promised the last two dances to argument, turns out to be the very being made at the English naval Miss Katie Ingram, the popular young into the parlor. This aisle was formed "but the Western Argus. With due re sented. together with gar- me." "Oh, no," said she. "Oh, yes," Louisville actress, has consented to ap of white posts, held weakest, and practically gives the dockyards become in reality little spect to all others, Mr. McDonald pear in an amateur theatrical at Macau-ley'- s lands of green and caught at each post said he; and with that he appealed to the Count Cassini says that the story, case away to the French. That is, better thau so much waste of third ptraon present, in would make a live, hustling and Theater next month. Her many with a nodding bnnch of yellow chrisan-themum- That authority wavering, confirmation. was angrily tied with yellow satin ribbons. that by right of conquest all the money. Lord Rosebery's declara although very widely circulated and faithful representative, ' friends who knonr her ability will surely and our They were met in the'parlor by the groom told by Parnell to "speak the truth." A swell the box office receipts. territory subject to the Khalifa tion that England should claim the generally accepted as fact, is nothbetand his best man, Mr. A. O. Brand, and scene followed, also n challenge, but the ing less than a fable, and for the Frankfort folks could find no prior to the battle of Onidurman Nile from end to end appears even Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Claire rendered the ceremony was performed Under a duel was never fought. The friends of ter. Send Pat to the Legislature ' should become subject to England more ridiculous after the publica truth of history, as well as for the and he will be fully able to give a valuable assistance in entertaining and canopy of evergreens and flowers. The all parties intervened, the encasement making it pleasant for those who attended bay window, where the bridal party was broken off, Parnell returned to Ireafter that battle. To all these ar- tion of the Yellow Book. Aud the removal of this groundless reflec good account of his stewardship. the entertainment given by the young stood, was filled "with palms, handsome land and took to politics. guments the French Foreign Min- probabilities of war become, if pos- tion upon the attitude of the Euro ladies of the Sacred Heart church choir. potted plants and masses of yellow chrysSOCIAL AND SUPPER. The School Board, after a dead-oc- k They were assisted by Mesdames Tarpie, anthemums. Rising above them was an ister has' given a complete and satis- sible, remoter than ever. The old pean powers toward the united arch of green formed of smilax and studMattingly, Cronin, Tigbe and Curran. The ladies of St. Mary Magdaletle's of thirty-on- e factory answer. Thus in regard to aduge about 'barking dogs never States, this tale should not be acballots, elected ded with yellow candles. The room was parish will give a coffee social and oyster Sir Edward Grey's declaration re- bite' will apply to the present sit- cepted as a part of the record of the A. H. Bracjiey. of the Seventh dis Cards have been issued for the wedding further decorated with evergreens and supper on the evenings of Monday and garding 'an unfriendly act,' the uation. There has been altogether war. He does not give this merely trict, President. Mr. Brachey was of Mr. Jerry O'Leary, of Eighteenth and flat baskets of yellow chrysanthemums Tuesday, November 21 and 22, at 1329 High streets, and Miss Maggie Mooney, and ferns hung from the walls with beau- Brook street, from 7 to 10:30 p. m. to the board by a large a lovely young lady of the West End. tiful effect. 'The room was lighted with Tickets admitting to refreshments then French Foreign Minister, M. too much vociferation about the as personal opinion, but as estab served candelabras. The twenty-fiv- e Hanotaux, lost no time in repudiat- English dogs of war to warrant any lished fact, learned during visits to majority from the Eleventh aud The ceremony will be solemnized Thurs- yellow candles-in'golcents. handsomest church. ing this version of international serious expectation that they will Paris and Berlin, as well as to St. Twelfth wards, which attests his day at St. Patrick's host of They have bride, who isofone of the wore an exEtta Cox, aged ten months, overturned Louisville, young omen friends. the best wishes of a Petersburg. Jopularity. la,w, and, furthermore, instructed slip their leashes. He is a gentleman of quisite white satin gown, trimmed in a coffee pot, and was scalded ou face, Mrs, James Kelly and Mr. John Mc- - tUlle, with a veil falling to tile bottom of breast and armsWednesday evening at While in no way reflecting upon ability, conservative in his, views, the French Ambassador in Londou bunch of bride's her home, near Lyons and Brandeis. Dr. We regret to see the Courier- - any other power, the Russian Am- and respected by his constituents, Gjath will be married at St. Louis Ber-tra- her gown, and carried aAt to address a similar protest to Lord the conclusion Moif, who waa called, says the child's'lu- church Wednesday afternoon, No- roses and hyacinths. Kimberley, who was then English Journal becoming illiberal. bassador feels that it is but simple regardless of politics. vember 23, at 3 o'clock. Mrs. Keify Is a of'Ufeceremony an elaborate breakfast jurtes are serious arid perhaps fatal. Address all Communications to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN,326 West Qreen Street. I e. g et e, life-save- r, nt rib-601e, e. satin-covered p ed Om-durma- n. tri-coloh, s, Entered at the- LohIsvIIIo Posfofflco Matter. "England's great friendship for America" manifested during the war with Spain, and made the basis of all the gush and toadyism of those who advocate an Anglo American alliance, turns out to be a fake, or a bit of diplomatic lying to attain a purpose a very old English trick. The great love of England for America attested by her refusal to join the European powers in intervening in behalf of Spain in the war with this country has been heralded as a great service in our behalf which deterred all Europe from aiding Spain and com pelled the observance of neutrality, which left Spain to fight it out alone and get worsted. Alas, but truth overtakes and exposes the falsifier and hypocrite. The European pow ers never proposed intervention in the war, and England did not, as she could not, by her refusal to participate, prevent what was never justice to Russia and other Continental powers that the consistent friendship they maintained toward the United States throughout every period of the war, and continue to tnaintatn toward this Government, should not be obscured by any sentimental fiction as to the exceptional friendship of one nation and the enmity of others. Another attache of the Russian was served to about 123 guests. Mr. and Mrs. Hilliard left for the East, to be away several weeks. On their return they will go to housekeeping in the Highlands. 00000000000000000000000000 I Woman's Corner. All-ove- I 0000000000009000000000000c! r lace gowns in cream and ecru over white satin are )orn for dressy occa-- . sions, and sleeveless coats of Irish guipure are one of the pretty accessories of evening dress. ioeodtjo k:y ikiish American HOME RULE. Irish Homo Rule Ts Not Dead, ns Its Enemies "Wish nnd Declnrc. will elect one delegate to two delegates, and these some hundreds of men representing all these little local communi'S 3 ties, will meet together and solemnly deCONTINUHD PROM MUST PACK. Money back on demand, cheerfully. No one urged to buy. 23 clare their continued and iniperishabie X. Garments bought of us kept in repair for one year. Come and see our Ladies' Waiting and Reading, Room second floor all determination to work on for Irish liber- the grand-nepheZ and the Z. "ZZ are invited. Tell your friends: "Meet me at the Mammoth." ties, and never to rest until their great of the men who on this spot object is gained, the establishment of a died for Ireland 100 years ago. More Parliament on College Green." even than that; we arc assembled here to erect this monument on one of the most THEATRICALS.. historic spots in Ireland. A spot where centuries ago their forefathers were For the week beginning Monday, No- slaughtered by Cromwell, and on a spot vember 28, "Northern Lights" will prob- where a hundred years ago the victorious ably be the play at the Temple Theater. arms of the descendants of those martyred It is a delightful comedy and will be most Irishmen drove their English foes from acceptably presented by the MefTert Wexford, and in their day of triumph garlanded their old houses with green, Stock Company. as you have garlanded them a hundred Owing to its great success and the im- years after. I say, therefore, that every of mense crowds that have been unable to circumstance has combined to make this gain admission, Manager Meffert decided meeting an historic one. And as if all to continue the production of "Cyrano this was not enough, we have had this de Bergerac" by his stock company at foundation stone laid by a man who, de the Temple Theater during next week. scended himself from a Wexford rebel in to The company's excellent presentation of '98, has done more, I venture to think, to the great play has made so pronounced a' make the heroism of your forefathers hit tliat the Temple was crowded nt every known throughout the world than any performance, and even standing room man living.. I congratulate this old town has been at a premium. All the scats on the proceedings of today. I congratu were sold for yesterday and today, while late myself on having, as a Wexford man, hundreds had to be turned away. It was been here t6 take my proper part in these in view of this and the desire to afford proceedings, and I hope that the lesson the unlucky people an opportunity to of this day will not be lost upon you. I see the great play that Col.' Meffert wish I could address the young people VZZ We've about one thousand $7.50 Suits on our counters. The price tags ZS changed his plans and determined to con- who are listening to me the young peotZ are changed from $7.50 to $0.2o. We have fifteen hundred Suits which we who have seen ple of this town. After all, the future is tZ just received, intending them to fill up our $7.50 line. WELL, THESE 23 tinue it' next week. All SUITS ARE $0.25 ALSO. Now, we'll be plain with you and tell you just 23 it pronounce it the best work yet done by with the young of Ireland rely upon 23 the company, as it is also the most elabo- that; and I hope that from the proceed- ZZ. why we cut the price. rate, ambitious and exciting. The sale ings of today you will learn to study and Just to be so much lower than any other house for same of seats for next week is already very to love the history of your country Z 5 qualities that a blind man could see the difference large, and those who wish to witness one wherein you will read of devotion to faith of this year's greatest dramatic produc- and fatherland unsurpassed in the pages 5 j in our favor. Good reason, isn't it! tions should procure their tickets as early of any history in the world. 1 hope. you; as possible. It is not alone a good reason IT'S THE TRUTH it's straight busi- - 23 will learn from the proceedings of today 5 Suits and Overcoats in oar show window. Come in and feel 23 "and from the sight of the monument 52 ness. See the g of them. Compare the garments with any anywhere you wish. We want 23 Comedy with a refreshing air of origiw;hich nality, singing and dancing of a really when erected that after the duty 22 your trade, and we'll give you more and bigger value than any house will 23 they owe to their Greater the first and 2 see if we don't. 23 order and vaudeville that is high artistic greatest of the duties of an Irishman is class and novel are comprised in the bill to cherish undying hatred to foreign rule which will be offered' at the Buckingham in this country; to be prepared by every next week by the European Sensation and any means open to brave and honorCompany. The company includes a corps to advance the cause of Irish of comedians, among whom are numbered able men ST. freedom, and realize from the study of Larry Smith, John Black, Harry Wright,-Ethe history of '98 the necessity of charity, Ellsworth and others; a large and of toleration and unity also in the cause chorus, headed by Gene of Ireland; the necessity of. endeavoring Pollard, Alice Hanson, Val Carver and to bring Catholics and- Protestants to- troubled times were gone for ever, that Lord Mayor, both of whom were present. Blanche Lattell, and specialties by Larry gether; the necessity of going on to the they had nothing now but peace, but He expressed the intense gratification s, Smith and Mamie Champion, the last of your days fighting in this cause, they should remember that as long as the which the county of Wexford felt at the Ferrell and Starks, John J. and and the duty if we do not succeed in our pirate flag of England floated over this presence of the Lord Mayor Tallon was Nellie Black, Hastings and Wright and time of handing on as it has been hand- land they never know the hour when an incident in the agreeable proceedings others; but the reigning feature of the ed on to us, to our children who England would strike at them again. of the day which would be long remembill is Mile. Nina Diva, who will be seen come after us, the duty of perpetu- The spirit of Englaud, the wish of the bered amonst them. Speaking to a mixed in her original performance, "Cjiught in . If English people for Ireland, was no better gathering of Irishmen united in honor-th- e ating the struggle for the Act," as presented by her 'with great these lessons arc borne in the minds of now, and in his heart he believed that, memory of the dead, he was glad success at the Dewey Theater, N,ew York the young people of today you will well as it was one hundred years ago, Eng- that there was not a single discordant Mile. City, for upward of two months. and worthily have celebrated this cen- land would murder them, would burn note. They were united for the main Diva is one of the most stunning of tenary year and will have done your duty their chapels and pitch cap them again, purpose of the men of 1798. Parisienne beauties, with a- form like The Mayor of Wexford proposed "Ireto those in the past of your own kith and only they dare not do it. While they Venus. A burlesque of unusual brightkin and name, who in this old town, in. honored the men who died one hundred land a Nation." He said they all knew 0...1 ness, entitled "Two Gentlemen from this historic county, laid, down ti.ot AkLimm .la ii i.ivt a iiubiunt iuui their years ago, at the same time they told tiiiu Chicago," is also a feature of the per- lives for Ireland one hundred years ago. England to her teeth that they were but the warmest aspiration of their hearts formance. ready, that they were strong, and that wan to spp Trplniul fnki lipr ulnpp amour' TIIK LORD MAYOR 01' DUBLIN, On Tuesday night a special wire and sooner or later, with God's help, they the nations of the earth. operator in the house will receive the full who. was received with great cordiality, would complete the work begun one Mr. William Remoud, M. P., responded fight, expressed his thanks for the honor con- hundred years ago. reports of the Corbett-Sharke- y to the toast, which was honored by the which will be graphically described from ferred on him in being invited to take SIR C.RATTAN THOMAS OSVONDU, M. 1'. singing of "Let Erin Remember." He the stage by rounds as soon as received. part in the ceremonial of laying the said the reason he was called on to said the pleasant pageant which had There will be a grand holiday matinee foundation stone of a monument .to the respond to the toast was that he was a passed along their streets that day was a on Thanksgiving day. meiuory of their forefathers. Although grand and inspiring proclamation of the greater number of years working for the not a Wexford man he needed to make manhood of Wexford, of which any idea of Ireland a nation than anybody "The Governors," Ward no apology for being in their midst, be- Irishman might well feel proud. It was present. It was fifteen years since he g vehicle for displaying the cause he was the son of a Wicklow rebel. had been asked to enter Parliament, and talents "of some thirty . comedians and He felt it was bis duty to come there and worthy of Wexford and worthy of the ' the request came from a source he most occasion. Might the movement for the pretty girls, besides the lingerie, pretty testify his fidelity to the principles of his j wished it to come from the Nationalists gowns and comical creations in wardrobe forefathers. They had laid a monument erection of 1898 monuments prosper and of Wexford, who were a stronghold and a extend. There were abundant evidences which are so essential to all on the historic and sacred spot to the center of the spirit which underlies the y productions, has memory of their fathers. It struck him that it was extending. Gorey and Wex- ' sentiment of Ireland a nation. Nobody for as in one sense unnecessary, because a ford had already laid their foundation had a better right to honor this toast than been retained by these this season's tour, and the three acts of mot "anient had been laid by God which stones. Now Ross would follow suit, the men of Wexford. It was with the the skit have been filled to overflowing would last for all time as a testimony of and Oulart and Enniscorthy had already idea of Ireland a nation that the flag of material in the vaude- what their fathers had done a hundred put their sentiments into progressive Ireland was hoisted over-thwith brand-ne- v town of ville line. That excellent little fellow, years ago. The lesson taught by these shape, which did honor to them all. Wexford a hundred years ago, and the Their towns were studded with statues, Johnny Page, is still "close up" in the things was a lesson of unity. If they streets were then decorated as they were fun and his wonderful acrobatic accom were wise in their generation they would of English kings and Lord Lieutents, today. It was with the idea of Ireland a but there was no country in Europe plishments form an attractive portion of be'iinited in one thing never to cease nation that the Wexfordmen struggled the program. Dainty Louise Montrose their efforts until they had an Irish Par- richer in historical reminiscences than with arms for freedom a hundred years their country. But what had they to Jias been intrusted, with the- soubrette liament in College Green. When in their conshow for that? Where were their mem- ago. As far as physical force was role ana her work with' Mr. Page is magnificent procession he saw the youth orials to the glorious field of Cloulerf or cerned they, the Wexfordmen, could of the last big Tompkins' pro- and manhood of Wexford assembled he claim that their county did more to make duction of "The Black. Crook, u when had no doubt that by being United and the Pass of the Yellow Ford, or the bat- Ireland a nation than any other district tle of Benburb? All this must be these two clever people were so promi- attending to'the teaching of their fathers in Ireland. If the rest of Ireland folnent. John Keefe and Margaret Daly the day was not far distant when they changed. This would now raise fitting lowed the example of Wexford they Vokes are again the i'Rube" couple, Jay would have all. for which their forefathers monuments to 1798, but they must not would be toasting, not the aspiration of and Edie Ott, and their characterizations had fought. In conclusion he urged the stop there. The work must go back to "Ireland a Nation," but the celebration the days of the Irish kings. He advoof the country bumpkins are as funny as people to the history of their of the fact that the struggles of their folever. The Boston Quartette contribute country was taught in their schools, cated the formation of an association for lowers had been successful. The county nearly a half hour of this season's sing- which did not teach it as much as tney the erection of monuments throughout of Wexford was the county to return the ing program and all their work has the should, and he also suggested that they Ireland to commemorate the great men first four Home Rule members. If the and the great events of Irish history. charm of entire originality. Ward and should learn their native tongue. Mr. James O'Connor, solicitor, Dublin, difficulties in the National movement Volkes themselves have the tact of alMR. W. H. RKDMOND, and Mr. P. J. Lawlor having spoken, were laid away, and if in the future they ways having something new for their who was received, with loud applause, the resolutions were adopted, and a vote were to be reunited to form up in the ".Percy and Harold" act, and this year array of battle in the years spared to him it is a. screamingly funny dramatic tra- said as one .of the old members for Wex of thanks to the Mayor of Wexford for by God, still he would do all that in him ford town, and as the present representa- presiding was passed. vesty. There are many pretty girls and lay to carry out the traditions handed the costumes are all new and ravishing. tive of the fighting.nien of;ClareJ it gave down to him by his father, who repre THE SCENE AT NIGHT. him great pleasure to be there. Since The coming of this organization to the sented the town of Wexford, and whose Avenue next week will be the occasion last he spoke in' Wexford lie had the At night the town was extensively il- dearest desire as a Wexfordman was to honor Of attending every 1898 meeting luminated of as thorough a treat in.inusical variety in every street. The windows thoroughly voice the aspirations of the everywhere, j First of all they went to farce as can be expected this year. were ablaze with candles, and there was Wexfordmen to make Ireland a free Vinegar Hill 'at Eriiiiscorthy, then to scarcely a house in the town which was the old Three Rock Mountain, where not lighted up. Nothing could have been nation again. As long as England treatST. JOHN'S ANNIVERSARY. their fathers leathered the British a prettier than the effect of the illumina- ed them as they were now treated, Eng land ought not to look for sympathy or Tomorrow (Sunday). will bq celebrated hundred yearsago, and then, they held a tions, combined with the bright decora- help from the Irish people or Wexford .great .meeting jn GoreyV'and rfqw that tions and anniversary ot tne.con the thirty-eiglitthe animated scene out of doors. people. secration of St. John's church, Clay and he was back again in Wexford he hoped Despite the inclemency of the weather, Mr. William Hayes sang in stirring Walnut. Over forty years ago the Very he woulS'give offence to' no one when he the streets seemed hardly able to accom- style "The Boys of Wexford." after, all the meetings he had ARev. Father Bax, the venerable pastor, said it, modate the crowds. National sentiment amid trying and dangerous times, began ttended the old town in the old spot of found enthusiastic expression on all FRANKFORT. the Bullring beat them all hollow'. There his labors among the English-speakin- g sides, and bands passed up and down was a duty which they had to discharge Catholics of the East End, resulting'after until late in the evening playing approjnonument-whicCONTINUKD FROM I'IRST PACK. earnest, persistent labois, self.sacrifice in toppection witlrthis priate airs. The visit of the Lord Mayor thevlshould-.no- t fbriret.i "THe foundation and zealous devofion in thetstabllshing of Dublin to Wexford is regarded as a stone-wa- s laid noVv, but-- little money to nFCI Tnltni Ainnrairflfinn rtn,l1fti special honor by the inhabitants, as this spent a most delightful evening. The complete the monument was still re is tion of the church, pastoral residence and the first time within living memory programme will be repeated next Tues schools, from which fold have branched quired, iind he would ask .every .man in when the Chief Magistrate of the Capi- day evening, and every member is urged out the congregations, churches and Forth' andJSh'ifrrlalier andHhSoHith Wex- - tal has paid the ancient town of Wexford to be present. A new social club is in course of organ schools of that part of the city. Indeed, toru to neip on tins cause. Never lmnu the compliment of a visit. The Lord present time ization here. It will succeed the late is .not 'a. (Congregation in the city any other cqljectipus,at-t- e there' Mayor is the guest of the Mayor of WexGolden Hour Club and will be known as without some of St. John's former mem time but collect tot 1898, and if they did ford. ,thisjesDect olease God.be the Merry Young Bachelors. It will have with grateful recollections of its their dutv in bers, a: long time passed ovr ttyey would THE BANQUET. a membership of fifteen or twenty. venerable pastor, and, inany o them will Tore riot D. J. M. join in the celebration to rejoice with him liave Father-- Kavanaugh back again,, A banquet, most representatively atin thanksgiving for the great good and to lay a foundation stone, but to draw the veil from the face of the monument tended, was held at night in the Town NoTlCK. All Frankfort subscribers are success of Tiis will show the whole world fdr hun Hall. The Mayor of Wexford and a kindly requested to pay their subscripElaborate preparations have been made. that dreds to come that Wexford glo company of severity sat down to table. tions to Mr. D. J. McNamara on or before Solemn high mass will be celebrated. St. Vies in 1798. He said there and he gave "The Memory of the Dead," proposed Tuesday, November 22. Members of John's choir has for many years ranked it as his own opinion, that the day might by the Mayor, was honored by the singDivision No. 1 who are subscribers to the as one of the best, if not the leader, in come when the young men of Wexford ing by Mr. Mark Bourke of "Who Fears Kentucky Irish American are requested the city, and will add to their standard. might be called upon to raise their arms to Speak of 1798?" with an impressive to pay their subscriptions to Mr. McNa-mara.The sermon will be delivered by the .Rev. in defence of their liberty and their altar. chorus. the meeting Tuesday night. It Father Pius, O. S. F. Sir Thomas Esmonde, Bart, M. P., in is Imperative that the publisher collect did come he hoped and We, congratulate the Yeyy. Reverend If that day prayed and believed that the young men responding', said it was a toast which all subscriptions at once, in order to inpastor on bs Jpng;and successful .pastor-ate- , growing up would be as true and must be honored more thati any other in crease size of paper. and. trust he may be sparedtto con- now as- the men of a hundred years the capital of the county of 1798, He .inany anniversaries. as ready tinue and celebrate Read the Kentucky Irish American for ago' to battle for the rights of their coun- paid a high compliment to 'the historian Subscribe npy and ge jour souvenjr, try. Some people might say that the of 179.P. Father Kavanaugli, and" the news from Ireland., the men of '98. aimmmmmummmm mimmmmmmn mimmmmnK rwOUISVirB'S GREATEST STORE). FURNITURE If You Want Fair Treatment Call On Ireland' Can Not' lie Governed by 'Coercion nnd :Force. , Onuses Only Trouble. ' Home Government and Home Rule Throughout Ireland the Only ICemedy. SPEECH OP HERBERT GLADSTONE. Cutting the Prices. cut THE ... We've changed our $7.50 lines Men's and Young Men's Suits and Overcoats. The $7.50 grades are all Etheridge Furniture Com nan v. j ( - fc INCORPORATED. 1 to lus constituents in Leeds recently referred as follows to home rule and the Irish local government bill: "A good many wiseacres have been saying of late that home rule is dead. Those who- - say so, I think, are. not possessed of a very high order of political If these gentlemen who intelligence. glibly talk of home rule being dead ever studied the history of Ireland's relations with England, let us say through this century, have they not observed that through the whole course of the nineteenth century no single Government whether Whig, Radical, Liberal or Tory -- haS'been able to'ttirn' that 'Old Man of the Sea' off its shoulders? Every year Ireland has come to the front in some shape, compelling the attention of English Governments and Parliaments and people. Through the century the government of the country has been carried on by means of specially contrived coercion acts. The whole history of this country teems and bubbles over with Irish affairs. This Government appealed to the country in 1895 so that Parliament What might quit of the Irish question. have we seen? livery year this Unionist Government, supported by its 150 majority, has been compelled to give its first attention to the government, the education and the maintenance of peace and order in Ireland. Am I to be told, with these facts be'forc me, that home rule is dead? 'Underlying all the Irish movements of the nineteenth century there has been one common denominator, one dominant feeling which Jms guided and governed, sometimes misguided and misgoverned, bu has always, influenced Irish thought and action. That dominant feeling is the wish to be put on a level with this country in its forms of government. If yon have not learned that lesson I am sorry for you. I stand by it and I shdll continue to do so. It is under these cir-- t cunistances we ere told home rule is dead. It is not. Only recently I was reading a speech by the Irish Attorney General or Solicitor General I forget which. He said home rule was not dead. It was very inuch alive and always would be while there were eighty Irish home rule mem. , bers of Parliament "If we home rulers are right in saying tuat this question is at the root of all the Irish movements of the country, how do We are face to face with Mr. we stand? Balfour's alternative policy of Irish local government and the policy of killing ljome rule with kindness, which simply means giving a good deal of money to Ireland. So far as our position as home filers is concerned we never stood better than we do today and. the prospects of Irish home rulers were never brighter. I say it without the slightest qualification. T "It is the old situation .over again, with this difference: The Irish Nationalists ate in a much better position because of the experience all parties have gained. There is another factor and that is the local government act. That act is the last shot in (he locker of the Conservatives against home rule. If that falls short, what can they fall back upon? Only upon the old, old system of coercion. They have made this throw and they are Perall anxiously watching the result. sonally, I thought we made a great mistake in 1891, when we did not give hearty support to the then Irish local government bill of the Tory Government; by our opposition we gave that Government an excuse for not going on with it, Now, They however, the case is different, have brought forward a much better bill than that of 1891, and if Js now ,the law of the land. They have given the.Irish people the same democratlcsystem we have in this country; they liave given them full powers over such matters as are placed in the hands of county councils, andj city councils in this country. ThC Conservatives say they liave given tbem all. they could reasonably ask; that it will settle the country and that we shall hear no more about home rule. Well, that is an open question. "But in the event of Irishmen being true to' home rule, as I am absolutely convinced they will be, how does this act' affect thev question!.- - I have said be- f ore?andI say jtvnbw authority rely upon I said it was per fectly obvious If you gave a democratic to Iresystem of local land and set up county councils all over the land, the Nationalists. ' would run candidates in every province, an every of parish of Ireland, and in those, .new assemblies there, wpuld be an I overwhelming Nationalist majority. have just been reading a speech by Mr. Dillon. What does he say? He says it will be the duty of those new bodies to take advantage of the act, to turn their attention at once to local affairs and to people so far as the do their best for-thprovisions of the act will enable them to do so. But he says it will also be their duty to express a decided opinion that the one essential thig is that there shoufdbe.aceutral body in Dublin to which ail those local authorities can look and appeal. If tbey do that, one can imagine, that the next step may follow 'f 'ti&ily1 that each'aiie of those (wsemmSes . five-sixt- Icrbert Gladstone, M. P., in a speech $6.25 WHOLESALERS AND RETAILERS. PARLOR, BED-ROO- JL ftJL .H. A. JL Jl W DININO-ROO- OF ALL KINDS. and KITCHEN. I 0 324 West Market St., LOUISVILLE, KY. TELEPHONE 527. J I NEW MAM MOTH g WEST MARKET U OHN M. 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KB'TXJOKY IRISH AMERICAN Division 2 of that city, at which there OFFICER FRANK DIONAN. was a large initiation and fourteen new Frank Dignan, one of the most effiapplications. There was a large attendance of members, and after the business cient and popular members of the LouisWhat They Have Been Doing of the meeting was over the doors were ville police department, who has been seRecord of the Host Important of thrown open to about two hundred guests. riously ill for the past six weeks, is rethe Past Week General the Recent Events Culled President Morrison welcomed them with ported to be gradually improving, and 1335 n News Notes. a few words, and introduced his fellow officers and many friends hope From Exchanges. the County President, P. R. Fitzgibbon, to see him able to soon resume his beat. who delivered an able address on. the benIN DESPAIR. Tnspnh O'Rvan. a merchant and proini Peter Cusick, Secretary of Division 6, efits of the order. A pleasing programme has moved to his new home on Twentieth was carried out, interspersed with excelof Cashel, died last week. nen Nationalist The wife of a New York journalist said street, near Lytle. lent musical selections by the Hibernian to a young unmarried friend: The death rate in Dublin for the last per The Hibernians of Rochester last week Band. "Fannie, take my advice and never week of October was twenty-si- x marry a newspaper man." closed a successful fair. It was opened 1,000. SPORTY ITEHS. by Mayor Warner. "But your husband is a newspaper The North Fermanagh election resultTUESDAY, NOV. 22. man, and you seem to get along very Archdale, Unionist. 2,568; ThompDivision No. 1, Frankfort, Ky., gave a ed: Brutus Clay, the black pet of the Blue-grasmoker last week, which was greatly enson, Independent, 2,091. sports, was knocked out by Nat well." "But we don't. Every evening he joyed by their gentlemen friends. Dr. Thomas Henry, for many years Wilson, of Mt. Sterling, last Monday, The lady cashing the largest number of tickets will be presented with choice Dispensing Medical Officer of Kilshaning The members of Division 6 were pleased The bout was fast from the call of time brings home a big bundle of newspapers of Fine Gold Watch, Diamond Ring or '08 Wheel. from all over the country, and it nearly Union, wus found dead district of Mallow to have with them at their last meeting until the third round, when Wilson conMessrs. Joseph Taylor and Jerry Halli-ha- nected with his opponent's jaw and put drives me crazy." in bed at Kanturk. "How so?" him out. Clay fought here with Steve A draft was received from the Bank of "I read the bargain counter advertiseCO, being the final in1 will meet Tuesday evening Crosby. Ireland, value Division ments in Chicago, Boston and other laand will probably attend in a body the stalment of a loan for the erection of contest between Tommy West, the places thousand miles The a off, where I can't ball to be given by Company A at Phoenix conqueror of Joe Walcott, and "Mysteriborers' cottages in the Rathmichael Diget to them." Hill. vision of the Union. Billy Smith ended in a draw. Smith ous" and e form The members of the County Board are did not show up in his Mr. Gerald Shalvey, a respected citizen of Dublin, died suddenly considering several propositions for the against his black opponent, who fought AND celebration of the silver' jubilee of the cool and steady throughout the whole last week at his residence, 3 High street, he carried on the business of n contest. Toward the close of the mill it order. where manufacturer and feather curled-hai- r It is rumored that Brother Andrew looked as if Smith would be knocked out, merchant. For several years he faithMeagher, of Division 4, will shortly lead but he was able to go the whole limit, fully represented Merchants' quay ward to the altar one of New Albany's prettiest and by an agreement between the principals, if both men were on their feet at in the corporation. In politics he was a young ladies. sterling Parnellite, but he had won the Members of the order are anticipating the close of the contest, it should be deBELLE OF NELSON WHISKY OUR SPECIALTY. friendship and esteem of men belonging a pleasant time at the euchre and dance clared a draw. to all parties. As the McCoy-Mahfight has been of the Ladies' Auxiliary on the evening Frank Fehr's Beer always on tap. Fine line of wet goods for private use. and to the Reduction Sale of officially declared off McCoy has been The United Irish League is spreading of November 30. Special attention paid to family orders. Ireland, and over the western counties of Brother Patrick C. Burke, of Division matched for another meeting with his e rival, Tommy Ryan, of Syraseveral branches have been established 4, is a great animal fancier. He can tell cuse, to take place before the Lenox Club in other countries. Nationalists are maktha whinney of a horse or the bark of a sometime in December. The fight is to ing efforts to have some branches founded dog a square away. be at 158 pounds and of twenty-fiv- e in Monaghan. In a short period of time is reported that John Barry, one of It championrounds, for the middle-weigthe whole country will have branches, Limerick's younger set, will shortly ask ship of the world and a purse of $12,000. and a hot time will be experienced by girl to a young West St. Catherine-stree- t RECENT DEATHS. High-Cla- ss This match will probably preveut the unreasonable landlords and rapacious leave a happy home. meeting between Tommy Ryan and Jimland grabbers. Mrs. David Dunn died of fever, near 3 Attend the ball of the Hibernian my Ryan, whom Andy Mulligan had In Wexford recently the first step was Lancaster, Ky., Tuesday. Our entire stock of these W Knights at Phoenix Hill Tuesday night matched for a contest to be pulled off the taken for the erection of a fitting memoryears, and hear the result of the Corbett-Shar- Mr. John Kelly, aged fifty-nin- e S men of '93. A large latter part of this month. This will be a custom garments divided into 3 ial to the gallant paralysis, at his home, 717 Spring key contest read by rounds. great disappointment to the followers of three lots and enthusiastic crowd was present, and died of Mr. Dan Welch, of Division 4, has re the manly art in Louisville, as they have patriotic addresses were delivered by street. S MISS KATE SMITH, Lady Assistant and Embalmer. jj cently established himself in business at been looking forward to this contest ever J. E. and V. H. Redmond, Sir Messrs. Jonas Hess, father of Charels P. Hess, Eighth and Oak streets and will be glad since it was announced. Esmonde, M. IVs; the Rev. T. Grattan W Wj died at 706 East Gray street, Wednesday, to see his friends at any time. Carriages Furnished for AH Occasions on Short Notice. Jack Bonner, who is to meet Jack Father Kavanagh, O. S. A., the historian aged eighty-tw- o years. Mat Shaughnessy, Martin Grogan and Root here on November 22, arrived in the Lord Mayor of j of the '98 movement; S. AJST Usually $20, $25 and $30. n rounders of the city the early part of the week. He Dublin, nnd the Mayor of Wexford, etc. George T. Bryan, agent of the L. & N. Willie Reardon, TELEPHONE 810. s' was accompanied by Bob Dillon, who The commemoration was highly success- railroad at Henderson, Ky., died of con- Limerick, will shortly leave for a Goods in all other departhunting trip near Salt river. will act as his sparring partner, and who ful and at night the town was brilliantly sumption Wednesday morning. illuminated. Mr. Patrick M. Kane and Mr. Tim I. will be in his corner at the coming bout. ments reduced, and a per cent, Mrs. Tosenhinc Fosse died Monday King, two jolly members of Division 4, Bonner came here from anniversary office and high mass Jim Corbett's goes as a Thanksgiving presAn morning and was buried from the church are often seen in the neighborhood of training quarters, where he was acting as were celebrated in the parish church, (1 Lady, Portland, Wednesday morn First and Oak, especially on Sunday Corbett's sparring partner. He expects ent to the, worthy poor of LouNew Ross for the repose of the of Our to enter the ring at about 160 pounds, and isville. nights. souls of the insurgents who fell at the ing. battle of Ross (1798) fighting for faith The Hibernian Knights drilled last in order to do this he will have to work Ida Meade McCorkle, daughter of Rob and fatherland. There was a large attend- ert G. and Kate Meade McCorkle, died night. They adjusted their uniforms and hard, as he appears to weigh in the ance of the local clergy and the church at Anchorage Wednesday, aged twenty-si- x underwent inspection, preparatory to neighborhood of 180 pounds. He is very was crowded with a devout congregation. taking part in the parade to receive the confident of defeating Root, but exyears. AND OAK pects a hard fight, as he knows Jack is a Walter Rossiter, C. C, New Ross, Rev. Louisville Legion. high mass; Rev. hard nut to crack. Root is also trainThird and Market. Sister Mary Veronica Lynch, of the was celebrant of the Richard Naughtou, of Division 4, is Thomas Hore. deacon; Rev. John Mur- Sisters of Mercy, died at the academy on one of the best story tellers in the order. ing hard, and expects to enter the ring phy, subdeacon; Rev. James Prandy, C. Second street, Tuesday morning, aged His great delight is getting a crowd of in the best condition of his life. He says this will be the best bout ever pulled thirty-fiv- e years. C, master of ceremonies. youngsters together and telling them that off at Music Hall. Messrs. Cook and At the meeting of the Limerick corWilliam Barnes, brakeman on the L. & about his boyhood days in the old sod. Special Attention Given Family Orders. West have an additional feature for this Wcok Com. Sunday Matlticc, November 20 poration Mr. John Kirelihan proposed Reports relative to the celebration of contest in the telegraphic description by made N. railroad, was crushed to death be that in commemoration of the fight tween cars at Brentwood, Tenn., Wed St. Patrick's day are anxiously awaited rounds of the fight between Corbett and in 1798 for civil and religious liberty, by the members of the different divisions. Sharkey. A large crowd should go to be nesday morning. certain streets in the city should The six Vice Presidents compose the see this contest, as the management deThe Great Show of the Year. named after Wolfe Tone and other Irish years, committee having the matter in charge. Sarah Moore, aged thirty-tw- o serve some praise for their efforts to agreed Mr. James Gaffney patriots. Tuesday CORBETT-SHARKE- Y CONTEST died at 818 East Jeffers6n street, Con O'Leary claims that his entry in ft that it was disgraceful that the principal evening, and was buried from St. John's the prize contest will lead the favorite furnish such fine sport. A special wire will convey full reports English streets should be named after church Thursday morning. CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION. the ficht. which will be graphically represented by Joe Lynch and Tom kings the Georges and the Williams, described from the stage by rounds. Kelly. It is a pretty and interesting too com' DESIGNERS AND BUILDERS OF The centennial celebtation held at The body of Charles D. Jacob, Jr., son but he thought the resolution entries have a host of warm Topeka, Charles D. Tacob, who was race. Both Kas., in honor of the memory of The proposition was not of prehensive. friends. ITALIAN MARBLE, AMERICAN AND SCOTCH GRANITE Ireland's heroes, under the auspices of killed in battle near Santiago, has arseconded and fell through. Young Men's Division, No. 0, will re the Ancient Order of Hibernians, was rived and will probably be buried today. One of the grand old men of Kildare W. H. MEFFEET, MANAGER. sume its monthly dances on December G largely attended by people of all nationcounty is the Baron de Robeck, who was Dr. P. C. S. Barbour, Superintendent at the Hibernian Hall. The committee, alities. The principal address was "The MEFFERT STOCK COMPANY one of the large and brilliant field at the of the City Hospital, died last Sunday. consisting of E. P. Holley, M. J. McTighe Heroes of '98," by Very Rev. Dean Hay-deopening meet of the hounds at Johnstown Dr. Barbour was a native of Virginia, and J. P. Casey, is perfecting all arrange I3ST who is a thorough Irishman and ii Inn. His age must be very great, but he and was well known throughout the ments for the enjoyment of the usual brother of Mr. John Hayden, M. P., of Workshops and Studios, Carrara, Italy. still walks with a light step, 'Jsits his South. Artistic Work Only Solicited. large number of guests. As on all for- Roscommon, and of the late Luke Hayhorse" with the jaunty air of a juvenile mer occasions, admission will be by com- den, M. P. Father Hayden handled his Matinees Daily at 2il5. Nleht Performaccei Miss Nora Greanev. acred twenty-tw- o and goes as straight as the best of them. plimentary invitation. oiio. subject in a vigorous and patriotic ityle ai Popular JTices-l- U, id, zd, duo. no niguer. WARER00MS, 322 to 328 WEST GREEN STREET, g Small of stature, but wiry and alert, the years, died of pneumonia Monday night, Young Men's Division. No. 6, held a that made his audience feel the better well. At the Cur-rag- at her home, 317 Thirteenth street. Baron wears his years d meeting on Tuesday night. Ballsbridge, the county horse Funeral from St. Patrick's church Wed Business of much importance was trans Irishmen and women. A feature of the celebration was the rendition by that he can serve nesday morning. show and everywhere M. J. A. McCloud was initiated acted. d children of the sport or the great national industry he is and in the order. The new President. W. J Banner" and "God Save Ireland," the James Dalton, nn and in the councils of a familiar figure brother of Sergeant John Dalton and McCarthy, makes an excellent presiding audience joining in the chorus. Resoluthe Royal Dublin Society his opinion Deputy tions were adopted opposing alliance Jailer William Dalton, died at officer. weight. carries the greatest 120 Hadcock street, Wednesday, aged George J. Butler, the Portland avenue with foreign nations, and the meeting INCOBPOBATBD. Some months ago the machinemen of thirty-thre- e years. grocer, was the recipient of a warm wel closed with high praise for the Ancient formuthe Dublin Typographical Society come at the meeting of Division 3 Order. lated new rules for the working of their John A. Dickinson, Jr., of this city, Wednesday evening. He is on the pro branch of the priuting trade. Evidently dropped dead of heart disease in St. gramme for an address a the next meetJOKELETS. the rules were approved of by the gen- Louis, Wednesday. He was a son of ing. eral body of the trade, as copies were John A. Dickinson, Sr., who was a lead "Can she talk, old man?" The Young Ladies' Auxiliary of Trinity Of recent forwarded to all the employing printers ing furniture manufacturer. "Can she? Why, last summer in the Council, No. 230, Young Men's Institute, with an intimation that the new rules years he has been a traveling salesman. will entertain the members with a donkey mountains she didn't even let the echo to come into force on November 1. were party Tuesday evening, November 29. have the last word." Puck. Ladies' and Gents' Furnishings IMPORTANT DECISION. Meanwhile the Master Printers' AssociaAll members are cordially invited, and a Dewey Say, Hobson, why is the ed tion have taken the matter in hand and 1731 Portland Ave. good time is expected. itor of the Kentucky Irish American like declined to adopt the machinemen's Before the Court, sit 3, is one of a shoeblack? Mr. P. Holley, of Division rules, which in most of the larger offices ting in the Four Courts, Dublin, Mr. Hobson Why just because he pol would mean considerable additional ex- Davies Tuckey, B. L., presiding, the case one of its most earnest members. His Of course the matter is now was listed of Alymer, landlord; Daly, ten remarks for the good of the order were ishes the understandings of his patrons. penditure. before the trade, and should the general ant. It was an application by a lessee to listened to with the closest attention, and It was P. T. Barnum who said: "If CAFE AND RESTAURANT, body decide on enforcing the new rules fix a rent on his holding, which is situ- if his suggestions are carried out, they you have only $10 capital to begin your will result in great good. anticipated. ated in the county Kildare. some unpleasantness may be Division 3 had a very good meeting business, and want to make money, be Mr. J. J. Clancy, M. P. (instructed by Amonir the accessions to the Irish bar President Taylor sure and spend $5 in advertising in the Wednesday evening. is Mr. Pierce Charles De Lacy, one of the Mr. Stephen J. Brown), appeared for the 221 THIRD AVE. tenant, nnd Mr. Samuels, Q. C. (in- and Mr. P. Holley are anxious to bring newspapers. staunchest and ablest supporters of Par Private Dining Rooms. Opeif Day and structed by Mr. Grove White), appeared this division to the front, and with the asICY Chappie Say, Willie, why is a young i nell. Mr. Mahoney is the second survi for tue landlord. .i t uit .i.i XNigui, v.igura. uesi wines nun r sistance of the members they may be able ' ving son of the late Mr. Pierce Mahony, Wheti the case was called Mr. Samuels to be in the race with Divisions 1 and 4. lady like a locomotive? IKI.KPIIONH! OOS Willie Why, Chappie, its because she of Kilmorna, County Kerry. From 1881 annlied that it be adiourned generally on A ground that the buildings on the 400 persons attended the celebra sends ell sparks, transports the mails and About to 1884 he was a Land Commissioner. the not been valued. It appear- tion of the third anniversary of Division ' has a uain following her. had In 1880 he successfully contested North holding the valuation of the holding BIG was Hall, South Boston. Meath atid sat for that constituency until ed that pasture holdings of ,100 and 32 in "04, and Mabel How is it that Edith, who 1892, when oh the occasion of the gen- under being included by the Act of 1896, recently. Among the guests present were TO to be so P3' "ow llas 8"ch rosy eral election he fouoht for the same seat within the fair rent provisions of the the Presidents of Suffolk county and the , used against Mr. Davitt, who obtained a ma Land Act of 1891. counsel intimated that divisions from Roxburv. Jamaica Plain cneeKsr Dolly Her new beau has a very tough jority at the poll. A petition was brought it was his intention, if the valuation of and Cambridgeport. President Daly is "lOO, to holding amounted to a and after a memorable trial, at which the the question whetherover Holding one of the four members of the division . beard. Philadelphia North American. a raise the was given, Mr. was a pasture holding or not. He con- who were with the Ninth Massachusetts most startling evidence Caller Mrs. DeStyle is not in, you say? At the new elec tended that the Laud Connnision could Volunteers during the war with Spain. Why, I saw her through the window as I Davitt was unseated. tion Mr. Mahony contested the seat not properly adjudicate upon the question On his return from Cuba he spent some came up the steps. Good against Mr. James Glbuey, who was re until the valuation of the holding had time in one of the Boston hospitals. Servant (blandly) Shure, mum, that been announced. turned. At a union meeting of the A. O. H was only her shadow you saw. New York v Clancy, for the tenant, said that it Mr. AND AU POINTS IN At the quarterly meeting of the Lini- -' was the most daring application that he held in Portland, Me., Sunday evening, Truth. erick.Towu Council recently the Mayor had ever heard made in that or in any November 0, Hon. P. J. Finn, of Philaother court. It was as if a plaintiff or a delphia, delivered a lecture. Mr. Finn "If I were so uniucicy as to nave a . ( Alderman. Cusack) presiding, Councillor defendant in an ordinary action after the . . . MICHIGAN. 248 West Jefferson Street. Telephone 384. Nelson (P) (for Councillor Lynch) moved pleadings bad been closed had discovered is one of the most eloquent speakers l stupid son, said an officer, "I would His subject certainly make him a parson. A be optional with a vital defect in his case, and then ap- betore the public today. ! that in future it should .. the members of the corporation to wear plied for a postponement in order to treated upon Irish loyalty, and he gave clergyman, who was in the company . . official robes of green instead of red, and enable him to vamp up his case. He said many forcible reasons why the United calmly said: "You think differently from M. J. I.AWI.KR. M. D. I.AWI.UR. the UNION DEPOT IWIARTII that the Royal arms at present exhibited that if be aapplication were acceded to it States should not favor the proposed ! your father, then." violation of Macna Charta would Seventh St. and River. Corner DIUX.BR IN FINK alliance. Thp lertiirp in front of the Town Hall and over the itself, because it would be delaying jus "My motto," said the new boarder, "is CITY TICKET OFFICE VEGETABLES. AND GROCERIES Mayor's office be removed and the city tice, and, lie added, mat in. any case tue was held under the auspices of the three No. 218 Fourth Ave. toPay ,as " Pine Wines and Liquors Alway on Hand. arms substituted therefor as a mark of landlord would not be benefited, because divisions, and it was largely attended. The landlady shook her head. 3301 EIQHTH STREET. TELEPHONH ia66. GA.TJBJS, FIRST CLASS ' respect to the memory of those who par the valuation that should be taken into Mr. Pinn's denunciation of the Anirlo wouldn't do In my business," she account would be that which existed at American alliance was received with1 Louisville, Ky. General Agent, ticipated in the insurrection of 1798, the passinir of the Act of 1806. TWELFTH AND ZANE. said. "A man might hang around trreat enthusiasm. centenary of which is celebrated this the omu ana men iorget ins motto. My E. G. MCCORMICK, Pass. Traf. Mgr., The Commission refused Mr. Samuels' DRUOS and DRUOOIST'S SUNDRIES present year. Mr. Nelson said he thought application, and proceeded to hear the The St. Louis Hibernian gives an inter- - motto is, pay Saturday night or go." N. WARREN J. LYNCH, A. G. P. A., Pwtlcol&r AtttntU Paid to Tilling Family N. W. Cor. Nineteenth and Dubcsh. CINCINNATI, O. eating account ot tue urn meeting ot y. journal. Prwrlptloni. there was not a member would object to case. IRELAND. well-know- n a single part of the resolution, as it was quite optional with them what robes they wore. Mr. Hickey seconded the proposition. The resolution was defeated by 12 to 7 votes. In the Court of Appeals, before the Lord Chancellor "and Lord Justices Walker and Holmes, a decision involving n caretakers' rights was rendered, affirming the decision of Queen's Bench, County Tyrone. Thomas Hegar-ty- , an evicted tenant who had been put back on laud in Donegal as caretaker, sued for trespass Thomas Dillon, who had purchased the land at Sheriff's sale. The court decided in favor of Hegarty, holding that "a person deemed to be put in possession as caretaker under the 7th section of the act of 1887, had, having regard m particular to the words of sub section 3 of section 7, such a special pos session of the lands of which he was so put into possession as to entitle him to maintain an action for trespass against a wrongdoer." Among the articles of value recovered by the divers from the wreck of the Maine was a fine gold watch with a massive chain and charm of the same metal. While somewhat dented the case was as bright as when new, though the interior movement was ruined by the salt water, in which it had lain for many days. The Navy Department began an inquiry to discover the owner of the watch. He was finally found to be C. O. White, whose name rated as chief master-of-armappeared on the death list of the Maine. A prosecution of the inquiry showed that White's mother was still living in Youghal, Ireland, in the person of Mrs. Minnie White, and after proper identifi- tion, Capt. Crowmshield, chief of the Navigation Bureau, had the watch sent to the mother of the dead sailor. Fitz-gibbo- n, s, HIBERNIANS. FIRST GRAND BALL ft I) well-chose- PHOEN1X HILL HALL, fI TO GIV13X BY ft, ss TICKETS 25 CENTS, n. old-tim- COME Sale SEVENTH YORK. To the Charity Wines, Liquors and Cigars er old-tim- Rogers, ht Peet & Co.'s Suits. Gran W.Smith's Sons i Funeral Directors And Embalmers.. TfA $15, $18, $20. well-know- E. COR. EIGHTH JEFFERSON STS. two-week- Levy Bros. BUCKINGHAM 0 III I (I SEVENTH Hi HIES TEjrisriiorcEj 03s. I STREETS. r Muldoon Monument Gompanu TEMPLE THEATER n, flonuments. Cyrano De Bergerac .... h, well-attende- Irish-Americ- "Star-Spangle- DRY GOODS, SHOES FRANK FEHR BREWING 60. HOTEL RIEHEblEU M.J. SWEENY, PROP. . 1 BREWERS AND BOTTLERS, LOUISVILLE, I Clan-na-Ga- FOUR ROUT I Indianapolis Peoria paradise! SAMPLE ROOM. Liquors a Specialty. i CHICAGO BEST TERMINALS Fifteen Ball Pool. ; INDIANA and M. J. HICKEY, PROPRIETOR. J. GAVIN, Atiolo-Attiprlpf- ln l0-- LAWLER & SON S. J. charlkh j. oreoivirc Grocery and Saloon