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Then O'Brien himself was placed county clubs show the cold shoulder to the world from equal trade rights with oy uucraft upon the drop and the rope every man of their class who runs counthein? was fixed and Ills feet bound. Larkiu ter to their interests. Suppose President McKinley says, was now brought out and led directly on They are the means by which the "Yes, I have always stood for American the left side of O'Brieti, who was in the judges of the land never hesitate to snub labor; I am its great champion; I am a Declares Against Imperialism f Allen, Larkon and O'Brlcn.Who middle. and ostracise from their business any Such Was the Ball of Comnaiiv protectionist to the core." The sight of his two, brother martyrs, xsaiinor of the United League or (lie Aimcxntion of the Were Executed at W11U, UV lUKlim a nan crown a Hibernian Knights, I begin to grow doubtful about the Unfurled by the People of napped and pinioned and with the fatal . r i. -- , il. Philippines. President having convictions upon any i.t ui i... unjr umer tureaeu oir oar rules, cord around each neck", seemed to unman That County. Tuesday Night. would betray the interests of his professubject; but if he has a conviction it is the poor fellow utterly.. He stumbled an sion. this, that it is the duty of an American touching an uneveii plank on the scaffold7 r if . .a we. iioiu mat uie insn tanners are no President to . .1 1 The Greatest Steel Manufact Well, he willtake care of American labor. Thclr Memory Being Commem so that many thought he had fainted, but Landlordism Can Be i have done so when he anMade a mure uuunu oy any law, Human or divine, Phoenix Hill Pnrk Tlirniiim.i it was not so, though he was unquestion " urer on Earth Expresses to foregather with the graziers or the orated Throughout the nounces that he is going to obey the Con Curse to Landlords as Well ably laboring under intense agony of With a Merry Crowd grabber who is running their means of His Reasons. stitution of the United States, although Country. mind. O'Brien, firm and unshrinking to as Tenants. livelihood than, for instance, Judge of Dancers. in these days the Constitution seems to the last, turned and jooked at him en O'Urien would be bound to invite to be, as Tim Campbell once said to Prcsi couragingly, and to him also spoke a few dine with him those obstinate electors of dent Cleveland, "a Warns the President That He between friends." small thing to stand No Human Being Can Say It mows in 11 iuw tunc. v.aicrait now dis The Folly of Prohibiting Ennis who him Public his politicalvoted against an and wrecked That the Company Will Attend appeared from view, ahd the three men career as Irish patriot. Must Reckon With All Hut suppose the President is true to the Wat .Tust to Hang Them on Meetings Apparent to the stood for a moment before the multitude, the Boston Convention Is We are as ready to argue that issue out Constitution and his oath to support it, Europe. the Evidence. their voices ringing ouf clearly in the still Constabulary. in Judge O'Brien's own court as we are Now a Certainty. then there is free trade between all parts morning air, "Lord Jesus, have mercy here. In all former agitations the cry of ot tne united btates andlthe Philippines on us." r the Government was, "You are working as there is to Porto Rico he has stood Suddenly the click 6f bolts was heard, THE PEOPLE WILL DECIDE RIGHTLY true there but there is THEIR TRIAL SHOWN TO BA A FARCE a high tariff be WM. O'BRIEN AWAKENS ENTHUSIASM by crime nnd outrage." This time even YOUNG AND OLD ENJOY the three bodies sank through the traps, THEMSELVES the most outrageous of the coercionists tween the trade of all other nations and England's three halters strained, tugged can not say that, and dare not say it. the Philippines. uuu iwuciieu convuisiyeiy lor a lew mo The Lord Lieutenant himself confessed I believe the President will be driven Andrew Carnegie, the great Peunsylva in many cities in both this country and "ms, ana we ueeu was uone, her ven- - On Sunday a large, enthusiastic Belfast hat there ,s no disposition to to hold this position. What ensues? War! The ball of Company A, Hibernian geace was accomplished. The tragedy nia nianufrtCturer, lias declared against Britain was held in Castlerea in support of break the law. He could not say other- - Knights, at Phoenix Hill Park Tuesday is our best friend today, but only Ireland anniversary celebrations are being wa9 t,,e tnen,e of the 'national anthem, the principles of wise, for, let them rage and fume as tile annexation 01 we minimiuc:1, uuu upon condition that we keep the "open held in memorv of the Mnnrhecter last, a pronounced success, ',GodSaveIrelaiid,"wTittenbyT.D.Sul- - says the Dublin the United Irish League, they please, they can not lay their hand evening to was ii,i,inn a,... r through the New York World gives his door" for her in the Philippines and in Owimr oi, Freeman's Journal of rethe n uuu uuneu, rrom i ..,, . awui, uaiMii i .... r. ... I """" !.. T.:1. tu.1.1 cent date. The Government appeared upon a single murder, a single attempt weather there were not as many reasons therefor. After complimenting all other of our distant possessions, UOnof capt. Condon in V to have recognized the folly and futility at murder, a single moonlighting affray, as were expected, although the Lie of description of their execution: file London limes has already given a graphic"V ,, the World for the position it has taken, ,. .. w..w.w.. v uuu of the measures taken in ;...i::.i murucr uir .me lnsii ua- - i from strong hint upon this subject in referring Ballinrobe and a single mutilation of cattle during the tickets had been large. Nevertheless the iic juuitiiu he says: was about to be pronounced. Irishtown to suppress the right of public whole nine months of this agitation. lanre dancing i,flnto tlie President's bottling up Porto Rtco, triots, Allen, Larkin and O'Brien, at Man. f.,i.i.. ,..., eu .'q ,,n We draw closer and closer to the prob 1,;.,, r W meeting, and they refrained from pro- There Let the President listen to this from the Chester, England, on November 23, 1807 and those present spent a most enjoyable EUCHRE AND DANCE, need not go further than the addresses evening. lem, and fortunately two members of the London Times editorial: "Englishmen was on a par of infamv with any of the claiming or prohibiting the meeting of of the judges to the grand jury at the Cabinet have at last told us where they nave seen with ungrudging satisfaction executions ordered upon the patriots of This ball was given for the purpose of Sunday. The Ladies' Auxiliary Will Entertain There were in fact only three Consta- spring and summer assizes, in both of assisting the company in raising funds stand. It is most desirable that the other the entrance of America on the path of Pne hundred years ago, Our readers are familiar with the story bles and a District Inspector of Police in which they declared there was no crime with which to procure new uniforms and members speak out, even if they take the imperial expansion which thev have Their Friends Next Wednes evidence in the town, and the unique in Connaught. I don't know whether or pay the expenses of the trip to the next themselves trodden with such conspicu- - 01 me famous rescue of the Fenian pris side of imperialism. day Evening. position of Ireland among the nations not they will send down to the winter national convention of the Ancient Order If the people today knew that Prest- - ous success. But it must be confessed oners, Kelly and Deasey, from the prison Manchester in 1807, and the trial was made emphatically clear in the fact Assizes some emergency judge some- of Hibernians, which will be held in dent McKinley had convictions on the that a considerable strain is put upon our va A large number of invitations have that, owing to the absence of the police, body with coercion on the brain or per Boston. Company A is which he would stand, half the sympathy by such blunders as the order and conviction of Allen. Larkin. O'Brien. subiect to composed of legulating the trade of Porto Rico, which Maguire and Condon for participation in bcen issued for the euchre and dance of there was no breach of the peace and no haps with the Emus election on the danger would be over. d and men, who have Secretary Gage has not only told us our correspondent cites and which reads the daring achievement, and the acci- - tUe Ladies' Auxiliary of the Ancient disorder of any kind. The meeting was, i bra" to retrieve the situation by a co never failed to create a most favorable harangue, but the facts will be impression. that he has changed his views ami is a as jf jt were borrowed from our own nav- - dental shooting of Sergeant Brett through uruer ' "ibernians, which takes place despite the most unfavorable weather, ercion They are well drilled, and Wednesday evening at Hibernian Hall, rain falling without cessation throughout too strong for them. it is the desire of the members to expel convert to imperialism, but he has fortu- - igation acts which the Americans them- - l"6 door of the van. It is not only in Mayo, but in Roscom- all their previous efforts, and thereby add It will be remembered that the fact was ML west lancet street. nately given us the reason. All that is selves found so oppressive, the day, one of very large dimensions. ... . . ! v. mu.... ttlAH Cl.n.ll.l I, .... made so completely manifest, notwith- um nnlilirt ....... o. lue ladv othcers and members have Contingents came from districts from mon, that the agents of Dublin Castle another laurel to the city of Louisville. necessary is liicmost sensitive chord ot imtam is have been the stirrers up of strife. Well, They declare they will give reasons for the Republic abandoning its foreign trade; upon that it depends standing the perjured testimony of the arranged for a very pleasant evening's miles around. be satisfied with Mr. William O'Brien, who was the all the Government deviltry in defense nothing less than first prize, and that an policy which uas maue ner great, ne Let the President of the United States trial, that Maguire was not on the sceue entertainment for their friends and the the accepts the dangers and cost of imperial- - once s10w that the American system is to of the occurrence and knew nothinir Puu'c and the hall should be crowded, principal speaker, was received with of landlordism and of landgrabbing is agreeable surprise is in store for their ism against his own wishes for the sake be extended to the Philippines, and that whatever of it, that a strong public senti- - T1,e object of the ouchre and dance is to loud and continued cheers, and dealing all very hateful, but it is also in another friends and admirers. Capt. Breen has had a varied military experience and is Secretary Gage had some foundation for "lent was aroused against the judicial assist them in procurinjr funds with with the Government neglect of the peo sense very satisfactory. of commercial expansion. What it proves is that all the enemies perhaps one of the best which to purchase a piano for their hall. pie in the famished districts, he said: Now. Secretary uage nas never maim- - jns mea of "commercial exnans on" for murder decreed against him. drillmasters in In addition to the euchre and dance By 8 philosophy of alleged law, possi- factured anything nor exported anything the advantage of American labor, and it "The remedy is before their eyes. A of our race are beginning to be in mortal the State of Kentucky. Since the comterror of that combination of national- pany voted to he is neither in manufacturing nor in will not be necessary for Britain openly bie only under a British administration, the ladies and gentlemen in attendance board nominated by a Tory Government make the trip he has been when it was made evident to all after the will be treated to an elegant supper, and have acknowledged that they have no ists of all shades and sections, which is holding regular drills, which will be con- commerce. I am in both. Our concern to intervene. France, Germany and Russia, as is well trial that the evidence against him Was those who have heretofore partaken of power to enforce it. Four years ago the growing up oe.ore u.e.r eyes, and t .e.r tinned till the time of departure. Beside, is today the largest manufacturer in the world in its line, and I believe it is also known, are opposed to America entering perjured, and that he was entirely inno the hospitality of the auxiliary will un- - Congested Districts Board confessed that last nope is oy a course oi luuiscrmu- .- .e.rc. W1U. lie 0 "iber of i te ,.Ji.,e ..,i' i iu.. . B ny knowledge of the crime, Ma- - """""y uesire to oe present. au(leU to the company, which will uive today the largest exporter of manufact upon possessions m the far East. Those cenc tins name of congested districts is a hid " ""7 it fatates, Invitations have been extended to all eous lie, and that there are lashings of some nrctext for strikintT dmvn that mm. a large memberehip. nations combined drove Japan out of Co- - guire was "pardoned," and the other ures in the United bination before it broadens out into some We have within two years begun to rea; they will drive the United States out prisoners, convicted on the same evidence, me envisions, ana tne anair.promises to splendid land within rifleshot of the poor At an early hour Mumc Director Martin oe one oi tne events ot the season m little mountain rookeries to which land new national movement as widespread Sheehan gave the signal held guilty. send our steel to all parts of the world of the Philippines, always provided Brit- - were to Prof. Tom "T,le pardoning of Maguire," said the Hibernian society circles, lordism has banished the people. That as the four seas of Ireland. I need not Scally, and to the delightful strains of Our sales reach into the millions of dol ain agrees to do what she did with Japan London Star at the time, "was not merely occupy a neutral position is what it is the business of the United tell you that our English rulers ate as music of his excellent orchestra Chief lars. We have our London nouse now as GEORGE J. BUTLER, was aDsointeiy unavoidable. Cer- nut i g0 further than this, She will J"1 Irish League to point out and to insist asinine as usual in their propheciej and Floor Manager Joseph Taylor and his we have in New York. The toreign busi- calculations. One touch of coercion associates nessisvgrowingby leaps andqujuls .requircthfOJaited Statea.to Bgreeiokeep upon. JL is. .acknowledged by, everyone. started the merry dance, which ,Q...i..TVi.ir.Hia.. ntrvjri 'aclrwl' ItinfMa, makesthe whole, ' Irish world akin. We Now, one of the reasons why I oppose the "open door," as she required Ger- - that the evidence' as to his'fdentfficatioii Enlarges and Improves His Grocery, aUlwoV wliarif imperialism the acquisition of the Phil- - many to do. Of course. Germany has ,las undergone such contradictions as to mg. royal commission such as was appointed Until It Is One of the During the evening reports of the in Scotland should be appointed to go been there, as the Americans say; and ippiues, for instance is commercial ex- - agreed to keep the open door in her East- - render it impossible to found on it even a Finest In the City, ern possessions. She wouldn't have any sentence of a month's imprisonment, around Con naught and mark out all these whatever else we may differ about give Corbett-Sharkepansion. sparring contest were t us only six months more of the batonings "Obviously, to hang Maguire would immense rich plains and pastures of The reason that Secretary wage gives t She had not. Neither will the United received by rounds, and proved quite a and shadowings, imprisonments and feature, although there was very little for acquiring the Philippines is the reason States, for let it be noted that 70 percent, have been, under any circumstances, a Not many years ago George J. Butler Mayo and Roscommon which are lying Mitchelstown massacres of ten years ago, interest or why I would not. He believes it would of the total trade of the Philippines is monstrous crime. He never ought to have was employed at his trade as a stonecut practically idle in the hands of half- feeling displayed as to the reand you will have every man who ever T tn,in.. n:,:..i. Km,., Mhimm.,i t. e l.l iu rtnnnnrinl pvnfttisinn ! - kuuu Minimi. ueeu cunvicieu. ti sult. The sympathies of those present nut now arises a aues- - ter and regarded as one of the best work bankrupt graziers, lands sufficient for stood UC liivuitiuic (, firm rushing to the front to prove j. j,ave Sp0ken of European know that it would be detrimental. seemed to be nations, tion ot yet graver moment a ouestion men in the city. He had the confidence the support in humble comfort and hap to England that the heart of Irish the ruling ofabout evenly divided, but involving not merely the life of one man, and respect of his fellow workmen, being niness of four times the population of The Secretary gave no reason lor tinnic- - but there is a nation quite near the Honest John Kelly was congested districts. This nationality has not yet grown cold. that the acquisition of distant posses- - ippines with which the United States but the lives of four men. commended on all sides. their representative when the Soft SIohp. those The Irish people, with that wonderful sions would increase our foreign trade. WOuld find it most difficult to deal at so The race for the diamond ring between ii is aunutted that the evidence which workers' National Union was formed was done in Scotland. Why should it Permit me to state reasons why it would great a distance, for. remember, it is a identified Maguire cannot be relied upon. Owing to dullness at that trade he con not be done in Ireland? Our request wa3 intuition of theirs, always know that Misses Katie Brady and Annie Kelly was wherever the flag of coercion is flying warmly question of naval strenuth. Here is Can we fornet that the same evidence rlttderl in hrfinnfi nnf in tmcitmco fm- - ).:.. not heard; no oyal commission was ap not increase, but decrease it contested till the close, the forForeign trade rests upon peace and se- - wi,nt the Minister of Japan said the other likewise identified Allen, Larkin, O'Brien self and opened a grocery atTwentieth and pointed, and now we are going about there is the real fight going on for Ire- mer winning by a safe margin. She was land, and there is the rallying point for represented ana ionaonr Hvery single witness who Portland avenue. Several of his friends Connaught on a rough and ready com curitv: the waters must be calm, disturb clay: by over 300 tickets. The intr influences absent, to foster trade in 'Every year its trade with the Philip swore to Maguire swore also to one or all thought his step ill advised, but Mr. mission of our own, pointing out and every man who means business when he contest was a very friendly one and the is talking ot Irish nationality, ,. verlfirntJn., nt result foreicn parts. all those square miles of pines has increased, uutil now it has be- of the men who now lie under sentence Butler was possessed of a determination " "f u " For outside Connaught everything is VI"" depopulated crass lands in Mayo and come of very respectable proportions. of death. Two weeks ago British consols fell flint snrreeild ntid at Mm .r nf t.; uuuk amies. 1 lie winner 'Withdraw from the case the testimony vearhe was able to meet nil hie nhli. Roscommon and Galway which are avail ripe for another great struggle for the presented the East End and her ad there was a rumor of war with France; Naturally my government is interested in of Ire and. From the compulsory money needed by manufacturers and ex seeing that this trade shall continue, and uif .1 Witnesses WHO are nOW admitted tinnq ,, linve n crmr, c.,, lft C!.,o able on the same terms as the deer land uie were jubilant, the prizes hereto- it norters rose to double what V had been. I as jt firmly believes the norts of the I to have been mistaken in the case of Ma- - Hint time lie- W nmili 1 !.' c,m forests of Scotland to put an end to this purciiase 01 the grass lands of , Connaught fore offered havi n z . , wi.iwu ua ijv 14 " I JUiil, 1 i .... .., representatives of the West End. Our financial operations in oiuion co- - lsinlluS wli be freely opened to Japan if gu're, and what remains? No human course, until now he has one of the larg. plague of mendicancy and hunger in the Quite a sum of money was realized nnd ceed to the compulsory purchase of all ering our foreign traue were inimeuiuieiy the United States governs the islands, it emg can say it would be right to hang est and best equipped nrocerv stores in West that is our crime. . . . T 1 T 1. ...l.inlt the lands of Ireland at least under 160 those who were present declared that i " ""' llin- would. rather see America cam control men on such evidence." transteneu io incw the West End. Recently his nlace of The Royal Commission scheduled near members or200 valuation. The land acts and they will assist the officers andproject. Loudon, who was an American citizen, business was enlareed and fitted with ly two million acres of land to be appro in carrying out their laudable time became the tinanciai centre of the than any other nation." the land courts have hopelessly broken Money exchange was lunusiied to the British Government a new fixtures and his stock of iroods world. I was consulted last week in regard to presented priated for the people's benefit, but the .i . . i. . i t down. They are a most cruel and expen,i:n? M BALL NOTES AND GOSSIP. us cheaper here than London could give. taking an oner oi tiu.uuo tons.of steel "cw """tuny wnen n i. moment we point out still better lands uie "pardon" ot Ma- - one of the finest in the city. sive farce. The compulsory expropria. a .1 VI IT 1II11 t .1.. 1. went through the com- - nln.nn Inw uciivci v ... 1wc&icm .Australia, i o TP U'EI C nnTint.11l.0n --,1,1. nl. '1 The quiver that jjiuico uu ncjiamuiioiiuwcu in uesiaes oemg a goou uusiness man. in Mayo and Rosscommon we are driven tion of landlordism is the inevitable Capt. Breen was the happiest man at end, Mierrinl world m Britain arrested com- - My feeling was that we should wait re- - Ule mal 10 Uave een a farce, and Con- - Mr. Butler is highly respected by all his off with baton charges and proclama and it will be the fault of the Irish peo- the ball. nt many ooints. New York was sults. Let us see whether we do not get don's execution, on the strength of testi neighbors, and the children prefer to tions. It is quite true we say this thing Con O'Leary was proud of his entry in secure beyond the zone of disturbance; into trouble in regard to the "open door' mony shown to have been perjured, trade with him because of his uniform must be done compulsonly without the ple themselves if they do not bring the the prize contest. landlords to be the first to clamor for it. was no war rumor which affected or the "closed door" in the Philippines. might cause serious consequences. So kindness and courtesy. there The Royal His success has leave of the landlords. Tom Latigan and Terence McIIugh did Landlordism can be made, and is the Republic. Great Britain was within If we do, of course there is no delivery Capt. Condon was sentenced to life Im been phenomenal and a matter of surprise Commission said the same for enjoy themselves. the zone and her business was disturbed. in Western Australia possible to the ex- prisonment, and the remaining three, Al not only, to his friends, but to the busi- Scotland and the Congested Dis already being made, as great a curse to jerry Hallihau and Bro. Keane are the landlords as it is to the tenants in the Should we undertake to . hold the Phil- - i tent of 00,000 tons of steel to be made by len, Larkin and O'Brien, were led to the ness community. tricts Board four years ago said the country. s entertainers. we immediately place uie wiioie American labor. Mr. Gage's commercial scaffold on the same repudiated and false ippines They passed a unani We call the attention of our readers to same for Ireland. i'le Kentucky Irish American was the The fact is that now more tlmn ever Republic within uie zone oi wan mm expanpion is hindered. This steel may testimony. his advertisement in another column. mous resolution, but without compul pc'P'6"1 of a number of new subscrip- there are only two possible alternatives , ik not be made They met their deaths like true Christ ot wars, anu uiciumui ui rumors sory powers they could do little or nothin the United States. So tions. for England. must be remembered, is in itself destruc- much for imperialism and its foreign ian patriots on November 23. At 7:45 in ing; but the compulsory powers never Martin Sheehan and Tom Kelly proved PLEASING SMOKER. Either she has got to rule Ireland as a we morning uie solemn procession was tive to commerce. It was only rumors of complications. came and the famine did. themselves music directors par excelconquered country with the naked sword lence. war that threw us from Loudon back to Suppose, however, President McKinley termed, leading by a long staircase from Well, then, we have got to go a step New York. in order to hold the Philippines at all has t,le prison wall to the scaffold in the yard. Branch 24, of the Catholic Knielils of further now, and we say, pending com and trample out every vestige of the conThose who did not witness the Irish stitutional rights she has just been giv- "break-down- " If Secretary Gage is not satisfied to grant the "open door," where vill Sec A line was lormed in the jail court. Thp missed one of the treats America, Celebrate Their Twenpulsory powers from Parliament, we will ing us, or else she has got to recognize of the evening. with the commercial expansion which retary Gage and his commercial expan sentries on duty ceased their walk, mag bring into play the compulsory powers of that for the future Ireland will have to tieth Anniversary. Capt. Breen has reason to be proud of this country is enjoying what will satisfy sion stand then? What will labor in the istrates and reporters stood aside, and a public opinion and of perfectly legiti be governed, not for the extermination his company, and did not fail to this man? I have seen nothing like it in United States say to the recreant Presi- - dead silence prevailed for a moment. At demonmate trades union combination. of her people in the interest of alien strate that fact. my lifetime, nor have I read of anything dent? what compensation is it to have? 8:03 o'clock the solemn service of the The officers and members of Branch We are willing that the landlords landlords and grabbers, but will have Had the sudden change in the weather comparable to it. What justification can be pleaded for priests repeating the litany of the church 24 of the Catholic Knights of America should be fully compensated, and that without uisianiyoc.ui.a.xi,uU- - paying twenty or forty millions for the was neard, and the Head of the procession entertained their friends Tuesday even- - the graziers should be fully compensated. to be governed by the people's own free not occurred the hall would have been lie, solid, compact, sate irom we zone oi pinHppmes, and. for sacrificing the blood became visible about thirty yards from ing at Sacred Heart Hall with a smoker A quarter of a million of the million and will, in accordance with the coustitu uncomfortably crowded. There were many lovely young ladies prerogative now conterrcd udoii 01 and social reception. The programme a half that is squandered every year upon tionai as becomes a nation of freemen, present, but the lady waruisiuruauec.uuau.wv.u- - ot our soldiers atid the lives of our civil ,e 1001 aname staircase. us, and accompanying Mr. markets lor many j.iuum., im ""' servants involved in this acquisition, if Alien and their attendants opened with several popular selections police terrorism in one of the most peace who will be the owners and the law Arthur Campbell was voted the belle of needs a continuance 01 peaceim tonm- - no advantage accrues? What answer will "avmg reached the top of the stairway, rendered by the Hickory Quartet. Rev. ful countries on the earth would end the makers of their native land. the ball. tlons to have me lnausmni worm ui us he make to the people upon w,)om he waited on the inner platform until Larkin Father Rock, of the Cathedral, was the whole difficulty, That certain prominent local Hiberexports now exceeu we exports imposes additional taxation? THE AQUINAS UNION ENTERTAINA1ENT feet. Our and the officials came up. Then the door principal orator of the evening, and he I believe we have got nine out of every nians were not present was commented 01 ureai urumu. "'" i uimlt 1 Unow what the laboring was nung open and the boy martyr was delivered a most pleasing and instructive ten respectable graziers in the West per The Aquinas Union entertainment on, although all the divisions were Oage mean oy taming 01 touimertm. ex- - ,nasses Df the United. States will say to "rst led out upon the drop. His face, address on the history of this n fectly willing to join us in begging the - mm pansion 10 tome, wiKuuiv.luu,.uu wand to any government that throws which was pale, appeared working with fraternal order and the great work it has Government to take these lands off their which was to have been given this Among the prominent day is, how shall we meet the commercial upon the country such sacrifices of life the effects of strong mental agony. The done. His remarks were frequently ar hands for the people's benefit upon rea- - month, but was postponed on account of present were Messrs. Frank Dugan and crowding upon us? Mr. John T. Macauley, of Macauley's Deuny Heffernan, expansion and sucll burdens, only to open its costly Mgh priest of English rule over Irish- - plauded. sonable terms. Deputy Sheriff of JefIf the Secretary ot me ireasury nas acquisitions to the nations of the world. men Calcraft, came forward and placed Mr. H. A. Veeneman, State Vice Well, but if the Government won't do Theater, having a previous engagement ferson county. , .... . f. . t. lot me sntrpest that he can ......v. o, 11 11 oe iair competition with other na- - ",c "uuac "v 00 mien s necK, pulled a President, spoke on the subject of insiir- - it, if the landlords won't do it and if the with a professional company, will be Where there was so much female love- use it to better advantage studying how tioll3 that we require for commercial whlte caP over ''is face and then tied his ance, telling the audience the advantages grabbers won't do it, we propose to show given next Thursday evening, December liness it would be unjust to discriminate. The postponement was fortunate in A handsomer party of vnnmr indieo i.n.. to give to our exporters suitauie steam- - cxpansj0U( we nre certaiii of that already, feet- - The pinioning of the arms allowed to be derived from membership in the that the people have only to hold aloof ship lines to carry away uie tramc mat is because Britain will never permit the uis lia"'l9 from the elbow downward suf- - Knights. Interesting remarks were also altogether from those who are keeping one respect it gave them more time in was at the ball would be hard to find, . ....... . a a. i i offered. This is the one great want of open aoor in tne tar . ast to .be closed. Loi. joe tayior proved a success as an uuicui r irecuum 10 ciasp on nis breast a made by Mr. Pat Holley, of Branch 21; these lands from them, not to buy from which to perfect their parts, and by the Crucifix, which, ever nnd num. UM 1. the United States in the way of commer- - . President finmnera nf Mm ..M.W an .1 ,. them, not to sell to them, not to mow able instruction of Mr. II. W. Newman nouncer of the result of the Sharkey. Mr. Mike Reichert and others. I v. ...w ' ' tllll cial expansion, not tne management 01 Federation of Labor, is on the riuht sPke ,,loud me responses of the litany. His everv uttemnre The proceedings were interspersed for them, not to herd for them, not to they will be able to give a very credita Corbett contest. could be heard to the furthermost part of barbarous regions involving race troubles track He denounces the policy of brimr- - the Por yunS fellow seemed to press with vocal and musical selections, and cut, shuffle nor deal with them, and this ble performance. the hall. . jmr the Republic into the zone of mser ana closer to his heart, iar racccuius mu ". those present voted the smoker a sue- - whole unnatural grazing system will JOHN SHEEHY'S STORE. Too much praise can not be bestowed There is anotner point wat oecreiary European strife in the far East. He will Next O'Brien was led forth. On his cess. Visitors from other brauehes hope tumble to the ground like a house of upon Messrs. Jerry and Con Hallihan, fine, inanlv face the closest smiiinvmnU to see these smokera become general. Gaee fortunately has to consider. I win. nnd it nnlv needq i r.u, ior and the nleans by which we in- Another new business house has been Robert Mitchell, Martin Sheehan, should like to ask the Administration one payers of labor to speak to their people not detect a trace of weakness. He looked vote tlie legitimate pressure and com opened in Limerick. Mr. John Sheehy, Kelly, joe Taylor. Tom Lantmn Thos. C0NSECRATED. Tn. question which the President and Cabinet to carry the entire laboring people of the calmly and sadly around; then, stepping pulsion ot public opinion are precisely well known in Lynch, Arthur Campbell, Tim Broderick, must Bouii win, ui, union auainst . Uie President's m,nni up to wuere Alien stood. caDnednnil nln. St. Martin's church was consecrated the same means by which the trades has fitted up and opened a new circles, Dan Harnedv. Tom Noone. Mike tii,.v -: .... 1 0 :a r- frt. furniture iu t rmiipp,.i Are we Tii.ii! treachery to the cause of American labor, lonea, lie clasped nim by the hand and Thursday morning by Bishop Maes. The unionist fights the capitalist and the store on Seventh street, between St. and others, who labored unceasingly to American Republic, as Porto part of the kissed him affectionately on the cheek, ceremonies were the most imposing ever blackleg. They are precisely the same Catherine and Zane, where he invites his make the ball a success and greatly to the enjoyment of all those COUttNUKD ON THIRD PAOB. Rico is, and are we to keep them for our- speaking to him a word or two not over- - witnessed in this city. means by which the landlords in their rtends to call and see him. present. CARNEGIE. HARTYRED. I.I j,,r.ii,i ,,,. nu,CBtt.f aIu 1S9S. -- PttTTF PTV17 f JU .i rPWTC VJ1J11 XOa ROSCOMMON. SUCCESSFUL! " ... .., ,. 'wing "-- ""'""J fine-looki- able-bodie- ui I s" .?" E'i&TVefirSll y I 'a 2; tr 11 - -- M .... r.v I ."-- I I I ... 1 I ... .... first-clas- d. well-know- Irish-America- !,. t,oir m.i. . 4. 1 V. Irish-Americ- 1- KETDXIOKY IRISH AM3BI5MOKr. petus to that organization. Its work will go on unchecked until its objects have been attained, and it will itiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin Devoted to tlto Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans. have laid the foundation of a movement which will not cease until WILWAM AI. IIIGGIXS, Irishmen have established their 5INQLE COPY, 5c rights. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. Publisher. Matter. Entered at the Louisvlllo Postotflce ns Second-Clas- s ANOTHER INDORSEHENT. J Branch 4 of the Ancient Order of relatives. Qfi Lf Hibernians has indorsed the KenThe many friends of Mr. Andrew J. tucky Irish American and recomMorrissey will be glad to learn that he tSlTRADES 15 e) COUNCIL! mended it to the favor and support has been appointed to represent the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company in of the public. We appreciate this Congressman-elec- t Turner left for New the East End. SATURDAY, NOV. 26, 1898 unsolicited evidence of good will, York City last Monday. LOUISVILLE, KY The Central Labor Union will nominate and shall endeavor to so improve Mr. John Kinker Is spending a week officers at the December meeting for the at Dayton, O. movements to any part of her vast the paper in every way as to merit with his brother-in-laENGLAND'S DILEMMA. next year. The race for the Presidency domaiu to resist any attack is evi- - a continuance of friendly compliMrs. V. R. Caster entertained Tuesday promises to be a lively one and the vote While the war talk and prepara- - dent; her of effort to evening in honor of her niece, Miss Del will be close. ment and tions in England are due to some den,y dfacovered to be aQ Kciran. Miss Maggie O'Laughlin, of New York h uphold, defend and advance the and to bolster up Md the extent to jingoism fc of wMch fa Mr. and Mrs. John Dougherty have re- City, will arrive here, about December 15, peoof our interests turned from a two weeks', stay at Dawson to spend the Christmas holidays with the oalisoury Ministry wiui uie peo- yet really known, as she has for ple. That's what we are here for! Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Dulauey, of 1215 J""t ple, the extensive increase in her years been Churchill street. building vessels in seas, navy and army in progress and rivers and ports inaccessible to forThe cigarmakers are a unit in Mr. John Keiran has been spending The many friends of Miss Nonie Cole urged for the future, and the anx- eigners is admitted to be, in con- opposition to expansion aud impe- Thanksgiving week with friends in l'aer man, who has been for some time past iety and activity manifested by the junction with the French fleet, but rialism, as such would work great confined to her home on Delaware street Mr. John Eddv, of Shelby street, will trill be pleased to learn that she has en Government, are caused by some- little less in tonnage to that of Eng- hardship to them. We clip the folbe married to Mary Moore some time in tirely recovered. thing more serious than the Fashoda land, and possibly in armameut and lowing from their local paper: "The the spring. The announcement of the engagement incident or any of the passing efficiency superior. last Congress passed a bill which is Miss Amelia McDonough, of Eighth of Mr. Thomas Flahive to n lmudsom events noted. Russia's outlet to the east is to now a law restricting emigration to England is one of the few coun- be supplemented by one to the west, the point where the indigent, the tries of the world that is not which is to be likewise wholly lame, the blii d, the criminal and and must depend upon classes of all within Russian territory, and ren- the outside sources for food, clothing der the impregnable Bosphorus in- foreign couutries should be excludand employment for her people; effective as a barrier to a Russian ed, which apparently was only a and, though a leading manufactur- western outlet, and open another bluff, as whole countries including er, must obtain the greater portion route for all Europe to Asia and the the proscribed classes are now being of the material for her manufact- Pacific free from the control of Eng annexed. The poets, philanthropic ures from abroad; and, finally, to land and the menace of Gibraltar and ultra patriotic, were wont to dispose of her manufactured prod formidable fortress which commands refer to this couutry as the 'home uct, that her manufacturers and entrance to n Miss Edna McGibbon entertained the Ladies gave a delightful euchre party and the Mediterranean and for the oppressed and their empioyes may be paid divi Suez canal. She is, by dredging of all nations,' but insisted that the reception last night at St. Francis' Hall, Shamrock Euchre Club at her home n Clifton. It was largely attended, and Preston street. The prizes were won by dends and wages, foreign markets rivers and connecting them by can aforesaid shall come in gradually, those present had an enjoyable time, Misses Emma Herman, Mary Hoertz. are her sole reliance. This explains als, to open a waterway President Will Brady presided, and in John Ford and Mike McDoueal. A mid- 1,000 miles naturally, aud in such numbers that terestmg remarks were made by Rev. night supper was served to tlle club, of the incessant efforts of British ex loug, from the Baltic to the Blac! they can be taken up and assim Father Hart, Miss Mamie Hannan, Owen which the following are the members: ploration, conquest and occupatio sea, capable of floating the largest ilated without danger of lowering Keiran aud others. Mary E. Hoertz, Emma Herman. Lena of colonial possessions in all parts vessels. Not only McGaston, Sallie Claire, Mary FitzL'ib- will this give her the standard of life in this country John Nevils' frequent visits, which he bon, Maggie Keenan and Polly of the world to obtain food and a decided advantage in McTighe; Many of this class are now shout case of war makes at every available opportunity in Messrs. jonn Peter Killoran, materials for England's population and in trading with other European ing for the annexation of the Phil the neighborhood of Big Cliftv, Ky., are Patrick Gagen, Howard Clark, Walter causing Ins many menus to grow sus Morgan, John McGlocklin and and markets for English products countries, but will undoubtedly ippines with its ten or fiteeu mill Patrick picious. They say that he has lost his Naughton. England's vast colonial possessions draw the trade of heart up there to a popular young lady. Northern Europe ions of incongruous races of Span are essential to England's very ex as a feeder to her railroad system ish negro mixture and the Malays, A most enjoyable surprise-nartWe have not the honor of knowing the was young lady, but we do know John, and tendered Miss Ida Hall, of in nlmrti s power, for istence as a the Philippines, the Tagals, the Chi instead of England's Suez canal, to avenue, last Monday evening. Dancing consider her very lucky indeed. aside from her commercial prestige the Asiatic was a feature of the evening and was in aud all the Pacific trade. nese and nameless savages. Annex Misses Anna Wachtel, of Preston dulged in until a late and her financial power and advant hour. Those pres. Furthermore, it is the intention this people and the standard of citi street; Maynie Schwab, of East Ken ent were Misses Edna counts firan. T.nln ages resulting therefrom she VERY REV FATHER MAX, tucky street, and Ida Hoffner, of East Henry, Julia Sparkles, Sophia of Russia to establish iu connection zenship is lowered just that much Green. Ormsby avenue, have tendered their Berty Witherspoon, Pastor of St. John's Church. but little. It is to uphold and de with her Siberian railroad from her unless all authorities have been mis Edna McGlocklin. services to the Paulian Dramatic Club of Sara Cunningham, fend her trade interests scattered Pacific ocean Bridgie McDonough, ports steamship lines taken in the past. Do this and St. Paul's church, Jackson street. These Jiary mown, bailie, Jane. Martha and the world over that her large fleet to the United States and all points soon the inspiring cry of freedom young ladies are actresses,of great ability, Lilly Morgan and Maggie King, .Messrs. and the members of the club tendered Udward Knopf, is maintained, and. now that her ot John Grace. Frank commercial importance, and aud the refuge for the oppressed their hearty thanks to them for their Green, John Wolf, John commercial supremacy is threat Hubbuch, Will strive to unite and with will forever be hushed in the Amer street, has returned from a aieyers, jonn Kelim, Joseph Gildhaus. young lady of Hill street has been sent kindly offer. eued, her fleet and army are to be American trade ' . Tn1... n interests in the Pa ican republic, and imperialism and stay at Cincinnati. to this column. Phil Stein and Andy ' iucuonougii, Will Mr. James Johnson and Miss Mary J"' ' increased to resort to force, if ueces cific. Rink will act as groomsmen. a ruling class established the world lu"KOUrse an" Joun 1,alley- Buhl were united in marriage Thursday. Mr. R. Burge Toney is spending the sary, to prevent the growth of the resi- Russia aims to control the trade over," Mr. Jerry O'Lf ary and Miss Maggie Thanksgiving holidays with his parents, One of the most enjoyable of the many The ceremony was performed at uence oi tne nnae-orotner, ui' Jiast tvi commerce of other nations and pleasant events under the auspices of the Judge and Mrs. Sterling B. Toney. a of the Eastern hemisphere and con We give an interview from Mr. . ....... Ladies Auxiliary of Trinity Council will Market street. Mr. Johnson is a well- - Lt. Sf Patriotic v.. deterioration of English nect and rviym is.ev. flier. directly with Andrew Carnegie, the iron aud Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Gilliiran. of 2139 be the "donkey party" to be given Tues known employe of the Louisville & Gambon performing the porn,,,,., , a, ...v.n. n .ilTlntiraii ctrpof rt r rttitrrtnm?tifr n vnmiry trade. wasnvii e railroad, i ne unde recently ter the marriage a reception was the United States, which can and steel manufacturer, against the ac- - L tendered ,,, ...... ..., ,t.,v unm ,u;a day evening, November 29, orr;,i ... ...... wnjr ,iu, imiiuiiguuiii. tlie Happy couple at the homo nf Mr .cwuvtu iu changed conditions in China eventually will The control the trade of quisition of the Philippine islands UUHbU.W This has been a week of marriages Ala., where she occupied a high position jonn j. Keane, Drotlier-in-laweek. of the and the Far East, resulting in dis- the Western hemisphere. . with none happier than that of Mr. E J in society circles. lr TT.. bride, at Thirteenth and Main streets Dy uie unuea oiaies. as we vir-- It is announced that Mr. John Heha Langan and Miss Anna Burgess, who are . advantages to England and great Ij .. Ot me evening n reception was held at ouuuiu uns succeed, wnere are tually have possession of Cuba, han will wed one of the leading mem both well known and very popular. They Mr. John S. Hogan, of Bowling Green, in advantages to Russia and France England's trade and Miss Elizabeth Ord, of this city. the residence of Mr. and .Mrs. O'Learv Aux51iary in tlle have the best wishes of a host of friends. interests and hopes Porto Rico and the Philippines, the berf of the Ladies' at Eighteenth and High streets. Mr. were married at the Cathedral Thursday the African situation, in which of continued supremacy? No won question at issue, properly stated, is spring. Tlipfnirfnr Hip Imtipfit nf St Mnru'c morning, riiey lett tor New Orleans on O'Leary is a member of the firm of England's prestige and claims are der she is anxious j r this t.i. O'Leary & Hallihan, and is prominent 1M1S3 OIUUUCIU iUOUUCIl 1C11 lucu iu PlIrPl, Pnm ,n and peevish; flat what to do with them, or if we Tllllrcflnv nicfltt n bridal tour, and on their return will rc " in the West End and in Irish society powers; the spend the Thaukscivinir holidays with m. tii.m tt....i : threatened bv all the t...1 t side in Bowling Green. Mr. Hogan is 1 1111 uum aim uis tuuiimiig uaugu ... tering aud seeking alliance with 1 1.1I ner aunt. airs, "... auwoou iuarun. in .. r mnn iciuin .1 iiiuii iiuw auuu wc cuvern .' T:n: r.i..... connected with the Louisville & Nash' The bride is a handsome young woman, acquisition of Porto Rico, Cuba, the United greatly esteemed by all who have had the States, frowning upon them. I his is a new and important rcwee street, contributed much to making it so ville Railroad Company in the Park Hawaii and the Philippines by the France, watching pleasure of meeting her. City. His bride was formerly head milli Russia, jealous question, aua uie various argu Miss Nellie Burks, a prominent society great a, success. United States, giving to America even of Germany, ner at the New York Store here. One of the notable weddincs of the and all the time ments pro and con illustrate the lady, has been spending several days Mrs. John H. O'Connor, of 1169 Sixth past week was that of Mr. John J. advanced bases for the trade of threatening with Mrs. T. J. Miliary, 1051 Second street, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Horace Carlyle, a en and preparing for war. deep and widespread interest of the John the popular Deputy Jailer, and street. South America aud the Pacific Her trade, Dorand, at Milton, Trimble county. She gineer on the Illinois Central railroad, bread, wealth and pres- people, and further show that it is will be joined by Mr. O'Connor next and Miss Blanche Burkhardt, one of the Airs. Mary Kelly, which was solemnized islauds aud ports; the agitation by tige as a power Miss O'Connor, of are at stake, with a not treated as a political party during May past week the Somerset, was week. They will return home about the most popular young ladies of Vine at the Dominican church, tin T?tf guest of her the Australia and Canada for more free fair prospect l'otuer Logan officiating. The bride is . .. c ",m.. . cuilta-- I that she will lose all. question, the advocates and oppo cousin, Miss Kathenne Price, of Third middle of December. uii.hu in nun iini;t: uiutc, f.. day evening by Rev. Father Walsh, of f",, dom to trade with foreign nations, avenue. 0le SUt ler" part of Tim W. Griffin, one of the most clever Sa'cret Heart church. After a weddinc m. nents of the announced or supposed c5l'. CAN NOT BE DOWNED. . and Jamaica and West Indies islauds " .,aKe" a " part the central part of the dinner they departed on a month's bridal Mrs. John Dulaney, of Albany, N. Y., young men policy of the administration being asking autonomy or annexation to K We agree with the Syracuse Cath l"t,r . Ject llle , will be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Patrick city, has again become associated with tour through the West. On their return 1" i", .. Ii the United States, are all fraught olic Sun when it says that coercion of the different political parties and Dulaney, 1215 Churchill street, during Mike Hickey. Tim's friends predict they will make their home iu this city. X. " u. , .. uiivc iimaja Bjcii that it will not be long until he is iu basing their views on what they the holidays. with danger to English trade in- ;ias once more ignominiously failed business for himself. Mrs. Henry Holtzheimer gave a de- - avanauie tor charitable works. The consider the best interests of the Dan O'Connell, of Fourteenth and lichtful dance at her home in the Hich- - groom was born in that part of the citv terests. iu Ireland. All the bayonets and The Young Men's Society gave another known as Russia, with her immense popu- batons which the Government could American people. We give Mr Main, who has been spending the past successful anniversary dance at Lieder lands Thanksgiving eve. Among those 1113 "iena. Limerick, where evecybody is lie was at one time a well- present were Misses Katie McIIendricks, three months at Asheville, N. C, arrived kranz Hall on Thanksgiving eve. The Mollie and Lillian Keiran, Signa Tilnier, Known engineer on the L. & N. After lation, boundless territory and al- muster together have not succeeded Carnegie's opinion and reasons in home Thursday. First Regiment Band furnished music, Birdie Robards. Bessie Mevers. Maude Ule wedding the happy couple left on a most unknown resources, hereto- iu shaking for one moment the de opposition that our readers may be Sam Newman and Will Miller, two and the merry crowd tripped the light Walston, Miss Moore; Messrs. Bonta, bridal tr5P aul a"e now enjoying their informed of the status of the ques fore penned in on all sides, lacking termination of the men of Mayo to popular young men of the West End, are fantastic until a late hour. Guthrie Eastes, Sam Joseph, Ives Til Honeymoon m the cities of the East. Hon and the arguments offered, it spending the week on a hunting trip They will return home about December 1, the genius aud capital for develop, asset t their rights as citizens and Young Men's Division, No. 0, will rein nier, Clarance Kegler, Elbert Schans, and be being generally published as a reply through the State. at home to their friends at 1417 George and Henry Holtzheimer and Mr. ment and au outlet to the world's irishmen. As the cowardly tactics augurate their social dances on Tuesday, Seveuth street, where they will go to to tne statement ot Secretary Gage Holley, Chairman of the December 0. at the A. O. H. Hall. The Forsythe. Mr. E. P. markets, taking advantage of her put sued in the Balfour regime failed housekeeping. favoring expansion of territory and Young Men's Division Social Committee, committee in charge are making every The ladies of the Church of the Blessed seclusion, has quietly developed to effect the suppression of the plan .. I.lias .oeen oui 01 lown on a tBusiness .inp arrangement for the enjoyment of the CHARLES J. CALLAHAN. Sacrament have organized a society for mining and agriculture, built rail- of campaign, so have the efforts of authority by the United States. during the past week. usual large number of guests. the purpose of improving the condition The roads, opened routes, canals and Lord Cadogan and the Dublin castle That our readers patronize those Miss Maynie Brenuan, who has been It is remarked very often now that Ed of tbe church. It is known as the article gentleman whose name heads this is a typical Irish boot and shoeduring the past summer, is about Toomey is seldom seen in his old haunts Provident Circle. The officers are: Mrs. waterways, branching out to her lireliugs failed to knock as much as who advertise in the columns of the quite ill blui J. Barrett, President; Mrs. John maker. He was born iu County Cork, borders in all directions, even to the one feather out of the United Irish Kentucky Irish American is both to resume her position as stenographer with "the boys." Some say it is owing Purcell, Vice President; Mrs. M. Monta Ireland, in 1857. He attended school with Hirsch Bros. & Co. to the fact that n young lady formerly of until he acquired a good education, when border of British India, aud with League. On Sunday week thou gratifying and beneficial. While Frankfort, Ky is no.v making Louis gue, Secretary and Treasurer. Mrs. Bar he was nPPrenticed to the boot and shoe Ada Wag ville Misses Marie rett entertained the members at her her permanent residence. her Siberiau railroad giving her the sands of sturdy peasants assembled we have not followed the example ner and Mamie Lemkuehler, the win to this country in 1873. home. 838 East Main street, last Friday lraae- - "e Jameson were . . 1! IImiming in wew York City, only route from round a platform in historic Castle- - of others and requested them to ners of handsome prizes at the bazaar for Rev. Father Weiss closed the bazaar afternoon. from where ue came direct to Louisville. Since his for St. George's church Thanksiriviue Europe to the Pacific ocean, where, rea, and were addressed as in the mention this paper when making the benefit of St. George's church. Mr. John C. Carroll and Miss Margaret arrival here he ha3 been with some of our night. There was a large crowd present, as a result of the China-Japawar, old days by men who are prepared purchases, we are pleased to state Mr. and Mrs. John A. Murphy, of 2424 and the reverend gentleman and his Hogan were married this week by leading lirms, but recently opened a shop as street, celebrated the thir- sistants are highly elated she has obtaiued cessions of ports to sacrifice everything for the sake mt we have the assurance of Mr. Twenty-sixt- h Father Logan at St. Louis Bertrand's o ins own at 17U8 Seventh street. Mr. over the result teenth anniversary of their marnajie by s church. The groom is a plumber, being Callahan is a workman, and and the right to extend her rail- of the cause which they love. Side Wilson, manager Ot the advertising receiving their friends at St. Peter's Hall. of their first church entertainment. connected with Moody & Offutt. The already enjoys the patronage of the elite roads to the South, places her iu a by side with William O'Brien on department of the New Mammoth The many friends of Mr. T. J. Melton, bride is well known and popular in the of Third and Fourth avenues as well as Mjsse3 Marv arritv. Marv Devenev position to virtually control the Sunday week were William Red- Clothing Company, one of our most and Mary Murphy have issued invita- - the popular cashier of the Illinois Cen- West End and resides at Seventh and that of all his neighbors. He guarantees tral railroad at Twelfth and Ins work to also banish corns. The young European-Asiati- c trade, which Eng- mond, John Hayden and Pierce iberal patrons, that the advertise- - tioas for a party to be given December streets, will be glad to learn that Rowan Magnolia streets.honeymoon in couple are Chicago. he has nendinir their fl in . Mrs- Brown But why did you leave land, by control of the Suez canal, Mahony a reminder to Dublin cas- - uieius uiuccu iu mis paper nave ctrPt honor of Mrs. Dumont. of Zntie entirely recovered from a and on their return will reside with the your last place? illness, and will resume his position in a bride's parents. has been enabled to do. e that there can be no dissension iad a good effect in the business of saiiy ucn, mum; they was that mane Mackin Y. M. the few days. That France has been the guid- in Ireland when the rights and lib tat house. Again we urge all to last euchreCouncil, at their I., gaveclub- The Nonpariel Club gave one of the that there was no liyin' with them If pretty of '98 ing spirit, as well as furnished the erties of Irishmen have to be bat- patronize those advertising in these room last Fridry night. The council will Mr. Michael J. Leamy, a well known most pleasant dances of the year at their you'll belave it, mum, 'twas c nlv vester. and aay mat x wiut nun the parlor, and there discontinue the euchres until after member of the police force, and Miss beautltui emu rooms, i capital, and is to share the advant- tled for. The Government, by their columns. Mary Agnes Martin, daugter of Mr. and efterson streets, on Thanksgiving eve. was two of the gurruls on the Advent. ages of Russia's progress is no se- absolute impotency to beat down Mrs.Domlnick Martin, one of the hand The large crowd present had a thoroughly peeany at wanst on one peeany, mind The Times is showing the cloven Miss Nellie Major, who has been ill somest aud most accomplished youncr enjoyable time, and dancing wes in- - you and their father rich enoueh to buv cret; that Russia has the army and the United Irish League,' have sue-- , hoof in its ravings about Col. John ... ... .. . . . I a. .. with typhoid fever, has entirely recov iuuics iu il. .nasi jj,uu, were marriea last auigea in unm a laie uour, ana at me a uozen ana never tale it. uie the facilities for quick military ceeded in giving a magnificent im- - Whallen and President Feeny. ered, and left Monday for St. Louis, Wednesday at St. John's church, Very conclusion the merry dancers gave their (The girls were playing a duet.) Address all Communications to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, 326 West Green Street. t f 'YVA '!rifCy I where s'le will spend six weeks with fu- - , Irish-Americ- Rev. Father Bax officiating. They are unanimous approval of the Nonpariel as spending their honeymoon in Cincinnati, being one of the most popular social and will be at home to their friends at clubs in the city. 1041 Seventh street after December 1. The Phoenix Social Club, nno nf li The St. Joseph's Aid Society, of St. oldest and most popular clubs in tin. tsw Cecilia's church, will give a coffee social j End, composed of youiiR ladies and eeii- and entertainment on Wednesday. No tiemen, entertained n large number of vembcr 30, at the school hall. An en- friends Wednesday evening at their tertaining programme has been arranged, s on Payne street. Dancing and a delightful time is iu store for nil was indulged in untill midnight, when who attend. the guests were treated to refreshments. Richard Clugh is President and Dan Michael Murphy, well known in Tivinan Secretary. This club gives dances circles iu the West End, left monthly and frequent euchre parties. the city Wednesday for Ireland, where he goes to visit his father and mother The marriage of and relatives, who are residents of the Maggie O'Donnell John Keane and Miss took place at the DoCounty Limerick. He will be gone about minican church, Rev. Father Logan unittwo mouths. ing the happy couple. The ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Dulaney, 'of 1215 was witnessed Jy a large number of Churchill street, entertained a large nutit- friends of the contracting parties. They ber of friends Thanksgiving night. The were tendered a reception in the evening, evening was spent in dancing, inter at which Mr. Mike Grogan entertained spersed with vocal aud instrumental the company with several excellently music. At midnight the guests were rendered solos. Mr. and Nrs. Keane are at home to their friends at Eighth and treated to an elegant supper. Oak streets. Wllll.im Mnrttti n wpM Irtmwii vninnf ... 1. 1 llinn in flip sontliprn rvirt nf I tin ritv wna ,.1.1.. "naps uie SWClleSt and most Clltov- . 1 . . married to Miss M.irv Sullivan, a vonmr "u,c progressive eucnre party of the sea- was lllat Riven Wednesday evening n lady prominent in society !on ",K ut,":u 01 ACKermau's new circles, last Wednesday, at the Domini- can chnrrli. Tlmv lmv'p il.o i,n wUl.o church, on Moyd and Woodbine streets. 1,lere were ,ortV "Dies for the players of a host of friends. ana sixteen prizes awarded. Refresh- St. Joseph's Aid Society of St. Patrick's ments were served in abundance and an church are making all arrangements for a excellent band furnished music. There bazaar to be held beginning December 5, were about 400 persons present, and a at the school hall. As the cause is a goodly sum was realized to help the rev- wortny one and as a competent commit- - erend gentleman in his noble work. tee has the matter in charge, the success The La Cigale Club entertained with of the undertaking is assured another of their popular dances on The Dominican church parish is estab- - Thanksgiving evening. Good music was lishing quite a reputation for itself as in attendance and a ceneral cood time being opposed to single blessedness, was had by all present. The officers of There were four marriages at that church this popular society are: T. J. eve, with two or three be- - holder, President; Miss Lillie Schreiber, ing announced every Sunday. If it keeps Secretary, and Miss Maynie Dwyer up at that rate the eligible population of Treasurer. The membership roll has the city will be trying to condense itself steadily increased and now numbers among its members some of the most into that parish popular young people in the West End. Branch 10 of the Catholic Knights and club-roomIrish-Americ1 I .... Irish-America- down-trodde- v first-clas- five-week- s' i""'J T con-seque- ut s . ,.. w 1 a1 . a A I ! if 1 - . ,:. ht--- well-know- n Mc-Grat- h, v . 111 ? Pnent 7 uuvn" ! . trans-qoutinent- al ' mm n first-clas- - s' - wenty-iourt- u .ll - 1 1 ... I I n KENTUCKY FRANKFORT. of the members of this excellent company. The play is a strong one, the comedy parts being of a high order and the sentiment unsurpassed. "Northern Lights" should be greeted with large II2I&XX AMERICAK. mm Special for Marriage of John It. Sower and The attraction at the Buckingham for Bliss Itosa ISdwurds a Sothe coming week is the favorite burlesque ciety Event. company, "The Gay Ma..queraders." Tho Democrats "Will Nominate The last few seasons the business of this company has been a record breaker, and the reason for its success is not far to seek. "Merit" is the one word that does the business. This season extra efforts have been made to fulfill the expectations of the (public for this company, and everything is bright, new and original. peoplo are Among the prominent "Adgie" and her den of lions, a sensational act that has everywhere created a perfect furore; McCale and Daniels, Irish tourists, burlesque wrestlcts 'and boxers; the California quartet; Budd Snyder, America's champion trick bicycle rider; Brown nnd Carnille, a novel instrumental aud musical act; the Clark sisters, grotesque dancers; Millie de Rossett, who figured as a heroine in the late war; the Everett sisters in songs nnd dances, and Lena de Couvier Canta-- t ace. There is a grand first part "Columbia Forever," and a concluding burlesque entitled "The French Girl in Greater New York," with all new music, special scenery and novel effects. The costumes of this extravaganza were specially designed by Monsieur le Perrier, of Paris, and reflect the greatest credit on his skill and judgment. Black Patti (Mine. Sissieretta Jones) who for several years past has won the highest lyric honors on the concert stage, and who is endowed with a marvelous voice, sweet in quality and of extensive range, has abandoned the concert stage in favor of comedy, vaudeville and opera. This great singer is the star of "The Black Patti's Troubadours," who will be seen at the Avenue Theater all next week, an organization comprising fifty artists, and which is said to be the most imposing aggregation of colored performers ever organized. The stage entertainment offered by this company is attractive, sensational and novel. It embraces comedv, burlesque, ballet, vaudeville and opera presented with appropriate scenery, elegant and costly costumes and all the necessary stage surroundings requisite.for a perfect and artistic performance. "At Jolly Coney g Island," is the title of a merry and skit, which serves as a curtain raiser and vehicle to give free reign to the company's comedy and singing forces. This travesty is followed by a great vaudeville olio and selections from the various standard grand and comic operas. The work of Black Patti and the company have received the highest marks of public approval, and the forthcoming performance here will doubtlessly be highly appreciated. laugh-provokin- S9SaS9SS9S959S3S9S959SSS POPULAR HEADQUARTERS S00O00000000000000000000S 8 8 John Hlckey Will Open His Now Place to His Friends on Saturday Next. IA Is Now Detained Because of f Yellow Fever Aboard the Next Saturday night John Hickey will Transports. open' his new house at Seventh and Oak I THE LEGION I FURNITURE. If You Want Fair Treatment Gall On Latest Advices Indicate Their Arrival Home by Monday AVcck. For the Legislature Next "Wednesday. The Hibernians Give a Smoker and Muslcalo to a Number of Friends. BUDGET OF CAPITAL NEWS NOTES Arrangements Being Perfected to Give the Boys a Itoyal "Welcome. streets to his friends and the public with a reception and dinner. His place has been newly furnished aud fitted throughout, and will be one of the most commodious and handsome in Louisville. Mr. Hickey was born here in 1809, and fl after receiving a fair education he en- fl gaged in the dairy business. This did fl not prove to his liking, aud he therefore i j Saturday. We have selected broken fl sizes from our $io Suits and Overcoats and have W placed them in one lot at $ K a uniform price THE fl 8 IRISH SOCIETIES WILL TAKE PART $7.50. AH styles, all shades, all patterns and all sizes Take your choice as long as they last for I Etheridge Furniture Company (INCORPORATED.) Wednesday morning last the marriage of popular John R. Sower and Miss Rosa Edwards took place at the residence of Rev. T. S. Major, the rector of the Church of the Good Sheperd, Father Major officiating. The attendants were Miss Blanche Schofield, the sweet and attractive cousin of the bride, and Mr. D. J. McNamara. The groom is a member of the firm of P. C. Sower & Co., hardware merchants, of this city, while the bride nv ...v.. is one 01 rnuiKiuit lovable girls. Mr. and Mrs. Sowers' host of friends in Frankfort tendered their heartiest congratulatious and best wishes for a long life of prosperity for both. The happy young couple left for Cincinnati, Chicago and St. Louis, and will be at home again in about ten days. The "smoker" given Thurslay November 17, by Division 1, A. O. II., proved a grand social success, and was well attended by the members. Thomas Phclan, the celebrated Irish harpist, of Cincinnati, was engaged for the occasion, and rendered several vocal and instrumental Irish pieces. He was ably assisted by John Coleman, Patrick O'Btien, Jack Dolan, Dan McKUigott and Dennis Rath. Martin O'Hrien and Dan McEUigott "brought down the house" with a real Irish breakdown. At 11 o'clock an elegant lunch was served, and, after Prof. Phclan rendered "The Harp That Once Through Tara's Hall," the entertainment closed. Everybody present spent a very pleasant evening. The "Golden Hour Club," of this city, of which Mr. John P. Sower was a member ever since its organization in 1894, entertained Mr. Sower upon the eve of his retiren.en'. from bachelorlioo 1 with a banquet. All the substantial and delicacies that the season afforded were served in real Delmonico style, and all present enjoyed themselves immensely. The members present were David P. Downs, D. J. McNamaia, A. C. Newman, L. A. O'Connor, L. B. Weisenberg, Jr., V. A. Lutkemier, Otto Ringold and John R. Sower. Four members were absent John E. Larken, who removed to Louisville about two years ago; Robert Craik, who joined the volunteers in May; Walter Lyter and John Gayle, who were prevented from attending on account of previous business engagements. The forty hours devotion opened Tuesday morning with solemn high mass, Fathers Fitzgerald, O'Neill and Major officiating. The pastors were assisted by Rev. J. J. O'Neill, of Lexington; Rev. E. T. Donnelly, of Georgetown; Rev. J. J. Fitzgerald, of Shelbyville; Rev. James McFarlan, of Louisville; Rev. Thomas Burke, of Paris, and Rev. T. J. McGrady. of Newport. W. C. Newman will shortly make a flying trip to Graefenburg. D. P. Davis, of the G. H. C, anticipates a trip to Cincinnati about Christmas. Davie likes Cincinnati girls immensely. Louis Weisenburg will go to Jefferson-vill- e shortly on business. It is said that a beautiful Louisville belle has captured the heart of popular Will Luthemies. Larry O'Connor is happy. A young lady from Owen county will shortly visit Frankfort. Miss Latecia Elaire, formerly of this city, but now of Lexington, was married ast week in Covington to Mr. Jerome Weitzel.Very Rev. Ferdinand Brossheart, V. G., officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Weit-zjI- 's many friends in Frankfort tender congratulations and best wishes. The offices on the square have received a coat of new paint this week and now present quite a neat appearance. Whether this will influence the next Legislature to let the ramshackle old buildings stand or not is not known, but it is hoped that it will not. The Democratic voters of Franklin for county will select a standard-beare- r Renresentative December 28th. If thev SilUUlU UCCIUC upuu u uaifi uuisc uuu select Col. Pat McDonald they will make no mistake, as he is one of the men for the place in Franklin county. There is no announced or prospective candidate for Representative better known to politicians and public men throughout the State than 'Squire McDonald. n and Miss Nellie Auglin, a popular young lady of Lexington, is visiting Misses Katie and Nellie Murphy. Mr. Pat Lillis will remove his family to Shelbyville in the near future, with a viev to making that place his futurt d well-know- SPORTY ITEHS. The managers of the local athletic clubs are sorry that the boxing game has received such a setback as was given it by the fake fight between Corbett and Sharkey, as they were making arrangements to give some fine contests during the winter. Manager Sanders, of the Kentucky Athletic Club, says that Tim Hurst has succeeded in matching Joe Walcott and Jim Watts for December 1G, and Tommy Hogan and Tommy White for the last week in December. Andy Mulligan, manager of the Louisville Athletic Club, is endeavoring to bring Charies Lawler and Jim Watts together, with Tommy McQuaid and "Freckles" O'Brien as a preliminary. Tommy Ryan, of Syracuse, is anxious to get a match with Dan Creedon. Ryan's ambition is to be champion of the middle-weigclass. He offers to fight Creedon at the middle-weiglimit, the contest to take place before the club offering the largest purse.- - Ryan had promised to meet Dick O'Brien, but as the latter was defeated by Creedon, he will give Creedon first chance and meet O'Brien later on. Casper Leon and Jimmy Barry fought six rounds to a draw last Monday night. Barry had the advantage on points, but under the agreement, both being on their feet at the end, Referee Hogan had no alternative but to call the fight a draw. Barry did most of the leading, and, though he lauded some telling blows, Leon was fresh at the finish. Manager Whitney, of the Commercial Club of St. Louis, has offered a purse of contest, $10,000 for the McCoy-Mahwhich was to have taken place before the Greater New York Athletic Club, of Coney Island, on December 12. Kid McCoy is now posing as a prophet, He says: "There will be three new chain pions in 1000. Oscar Gardner will be the feather-weigchampion, Frank Earne champion and I will be the light-weigchampion. Just will be the heavy-weigput that down and see how near I will be to it." Much confidence can not be put in McCoy's prediction, as he said Corbett would win easily from Sharkey. ht ht er ht ht ht The arrangements for the welcome home of the Louisville Legion are almost completed, the committee having the matter in charge having made the most gratifying progress. Three days have been set apart for the big demonstration, December C, 7 and 8, and it promises to eclipse anything of like character ever before undertaken in this part of the country. Late dispatches state that yellow fever has developed on the transport that was to bring the soldiers home, which might delay their departure somewhat, but it is hoped they will be here on the days mentioned above. A mammoth triumphal arch will be erected on Jefferson street, extending from the Court-hous- e to the Willard Hotel, and will be a marvel of beauty. In the center will be placed a mammoth golden eagle, which will be at least eighteen feet from tip to tip of its wings. The arch will be about sixty feet broad, nnd will be illuminated with 1,000 incan descent globes representing the national colors, and when lighted will present an enchanting appearance. In addition to this there will be other illuminations, both public and private, and all the merchants will decorate their places of business. The parade promises to be the most magnificent ever witnessed in Louisville, and will be participated in by all our military aud civic organizations. Among those who will turn out in large numbers are the Hibernian Knights and Mackiti Council and several branches of the Catholic Knights. Many of the prominent heads of the War Department and army officers have been invited and are expected to be here at that time, and Gov. Bradley and staff have also been extended an invitation to take a prominent part. The gathering promises to be a notable one, aud it is not necessary to suggest to our citizens to do anything more than is now being done. The celebration will be continued for three days, and the complete programme aud all the details will be found in our next issue. WHOLESALERS AND RETAILERS. I 2 8 $7.50. LEVY Third nnri MnrUoi 1 Furniture OF ALL KINDS. PARLOR, BED-ROO- DININQ-ROOA- 1, i 5 and KITCHEN. BROS. ! 324 West Market St., LOUISVILLE, KY. TELEPHONE 527. 000000000000000000000000 JOHN HICKBY. went with his brother Mike, with whom he remained for seve.i years, and contributed no little share to making the Paran dise one of the resorts in the city. He married a most estimable young lady recently, and then determined to engage in business for himself. He selected the locality in which he spent his boyhood days, and his friends predict that his house will become a social headquarters for the entire southern part of the city, where he is known to both old and young. Ho will have four fine pool tables for the amusement of his patrons and a select stock of fresh goods. To our reporter he remarked that "everything will be new except the Blue Ribbon whisky, which is ten years old." Any of our readers wishing to have an enjoyable time should visit Mr. Hickey on next Saturday. best-know- CARNEGIE. CONTINUHD l'KOM I'IRST I'AGH. MUSE WINS A CASE, Poetic Lawyer Sums Up in Verse and Wins the Favor of Jury and Judge. Mirabeau L. Towns, the burst into verse in summing up in the poet-lawye- r, RECENT DEATHS. Mrs. Mary Kennedy, a most estimable and Christian lady, died at her residence, 1230 Twelfth street, Thursday morning. Her demise is mourned by a large circle of friends. The funeral of Mrs. Johanna Garin, who died Wednesday, took place at St. Cecilia's church yesterday morning, and was attended by a large number of mourning friends. . Mrs. Annie M. Templeton, aged thirty-on- e years, died Sunday morning at the home of her brother, J. Murphy, Twenty-fourt- h and Maple streets. Her funeral took place from St. Charles' church aud was largely attended. d Mrs. Ellen Burns, a lady, died Sunday last at the residence of her son, Mr. Michael Burns, East Main street, at the ripe age of seventy-fouHer funeral took place from St. Michael's church Tuesday morning, highly-respecter. No recent death will cause more sorrow than that of Mr. Patrick Kearney, which occurred Thursday evening at the residence of his mother, 1510 Eight street. His Deceased was thirty years old. funeral will take place this morning from St. Louis Bertrand church. MORE GOOD WORK. Several days ago Mrs. Emma Hadley, residing on Fourth avenue, was robbed of money and some jewelry by John Shel ton, a negro who had been employed as a house boy. The matter was reported to Chief Sullivan, who at once put his men to work on the case. The thief left the linmp. city within a few hours after the robbery, Mr. Jerry Newman, of Louisville, spent but it did not take the local force long to parents in locate him in Nashville, where they had Thanksgiving day with ins D. J. M. this city. him arrested and returned to this city, This is only another evidence of the effi THEATRICALS. cieticy of Chief Sullivan and his men. CHAA1PI0N JUMPER. Next week the play to be presented by the Meffert Stock Company will be EdLouisville has another candidate for win Barbour's greatest effort, "Northern Lights," its first production in this city. championship honors in Mike Walsh, of It was first given in Boston two years ago, the Louisville & Nashville railroad. He when the late Frank Mayo declared it has issued a challenge to any man in the one of the greatest Amsrican plays of city to meet him in a jumping match, rate production, and will afford a fine op- ally, believing him to be the best in this portunity to exhibit the personal ability locality. rcent years. It will be given an elabo His friends are willing to back him liber.' The funeral of Mrs. Elizabeth Monsch, who died Tuesday morning at the; residence of her Mr. fftT. Russell, in Marydale, took placeNfJKii St. George's church. The deceased was the widow of John T. Monsch. She was lar.' n in this city" and New Albany. I'll swear her kidneys were not weak. Mrs. Monsch leaves four daughters and She complained of pains, aches aud what two sons. not, But that didn't change my opinion one Mrs. Mattie Shivell, wife of Robert ot, Shivell, chief train dispatcher of the So when the poor creature ventured to scope Kentucky and Indiana Bridge Company, died last Wednesday at her home at With me, Dr. Topham, and my stetho cope, Twenty-fift- h and Duncan streets. Mrs. For her, you'll see, there wtfs little Shivell was well known as an estimable hope. and very charitable lady, and though in She might scream ill anguish till the end ot Her breatu. bad health for a long time her death is mcerely mourned by a host of friends. My opinion, once formed, would hold un to aeatn. Dennis Scannell, aged forty-thre- e She fell through a hole clear up to her n in the West End, years, and arm died at his residence, 2)09 Olmstead Ye3, that's quite a fall, but it did her no harm. avenue, after a short illness. The funeral took place Thursday morning from St. In fact, if she'd fallen from Mount Chimbaraizo George's church. The deceased was a say she's unhurt and continue to say brother of the Rev. Joseph Scannell, O. I'd so. P., who during the yeliow fever epi- Such a fall from such a height I'm free demic at Memphis volunteered his servto observe ices and there contracted the yellow Might break all her ribs hut ne'er injure a nerve. ever, from which he died. The deceased But I'hope to be seized with the dance of widow and four children. leaves a vH. VHUS Johnny Say, papa, can you tell me If I found on the plaintiff intercostal neuritis. which is the longest word in the English So you might just as well stop question language? ing me, Papa Why, yes, Johnny, the longest I saw no more than I wanted to see. word in the .English language is For I'm Dr. Topham and I made up my mind smiles. Before I saw Bridget just what I would Johnny Why, papa, that is not the , uiid, longest word, is it? Such course is easy, it assists diagnosis Papa Yes, there is a mile between the Aud simplifies matters for doctor's knives ana uoses." first and last letter. son-in-lawell-knowwell-know- action brought by Miss Bridget Langin to recover $30,000 froji the New York and Brooklyn Bridge Trustees for damages sustained in stepping from one of the cars to the platform. This was the third trial of the case, and the jury returned a verdict for S1Q,000 in favor of the plaintiff. The main feature m the case was the expert testimony of Dr. Topham for the defendant and Dr. Johnson for the plaintiff. The opinions of the physicians were in opposition, one contradicting the other as to the injuries and results. Mr. Towns, counsel for the plaintiff, summed up the testimony and opinion of the expert for the defendant so ef fectively that the jury not only brought in a verdict for the plaintiff, but reto send a copy of quested the his address to each of them. Justice Ward, who is sitting yi the Supreme Court, Part III., Brooklyn, for the first time since his appointment by Gov. Black about a month ago, was so highly pleased with Mr. Town's effusion that he requested him to dedicate the poem to him. This is a part of Mr. Town's summing up: Expert Dr. TophanJ, what says he? "In consideration of a modest fee I examined the plaintiff most carefully. I found no sign of pleurisy, I saw no more than I wanted to see. I laid my cheek upon her chest, It is a most delightful test; Then, if your ears are long like mine Aud you have studied medicine, A mangled pleura's rale and rattle You'll near as plain as guns in battle. I looked her over carefully, I had to earn my expert's fee. I saw no more than I wanted to see. Each of her ribs, or I'm no scholar, Was good and sound as a 'daddy's dol poet-lawyer Let the President take either horn of the dilemma and his policy of what he himself has called "criminal aggression" AND YORK. fails. Let him open the door to the world and he antagonizes American labor. Let him consider the Philippines part of the United States, and therefore entitled under the Constitution to free trade with, as part of, the United States, and its door closed except through the high tariff to all other nations, and he BELLE OF NELSON WHISKY OUR SPECIALTY, antagonizes the whole of Europe and has war upon his hands to a certainty this Frank Fehr's Beer always on tap. Fine line of wet uoods for private use. time no weak Spain to deal with, but the Special attention paid to family order. overwhelming naval power of Europe. Be of good cheer! The American peo ple have always decided rightly in great crises. The imperialistic policy has not THOMAS KEENAN. DANIEL DOUGHERTY. been properly discussed, because the position of the President and the Government is not yet known, but the President has to come forward and decide the question I have indicated. This will be the death blow of impe rialism either way he decides. The Republic will escape the threat ened danger and hold fast to the policy 1229 West Market Street, Bet. Twelfth and Thirteenth of the fathers, which has made it the ljJ l5tO-i2roost prosperous nation the world ever saw and brought the industrial supremAll Calls Promptly Attended to, Day or Night. Caracy of the world within its grasp under riages Furnished for All Occasions. the aegis of peace and security the one industrial nation free from the unceasing danger of wars and rumors of war which keep every shipyard, every armor plant, every gun factory in the world busy night and day, Saturdays and Sundays, preparing engines for the coming struggle between the nations of Europe. t SEVENTH Wines, Liquors and Cigars I Dougherty TI3Jl-,13jrIT02V- & Keenan . UNDERTAKERS, HENRY WIS G. LflUER IRELAND'S LINEN INDUSTRY. The decline of the linen industry in Ireland has for long been the subject of FINEST regret to all who are interested in the 428-43- 0 FOR East Jefferson St. material welfare of the country, and at the present time energetic efforts are be- FAA1ILY AND MEDICINAL USE Horses and Vehicles to Hire ing put forward to revive what was once at All Hours at Reasonable 407 East Jefferson Street. one of the most fruitful sources of Irish wealth. The most earnest, as well as the Branch House 90S West Market St. Rates. moit successful, efforts in this direction Telephone 1140. Telephone 1110. are being made by the good Sisters of Charity in many towns; and, indeed, the 00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 convents of the country nre all doing ex cellent work to bring back some of the prosperity which has been lost to the peO' pie. The most remarkable instance of the untiring zeal and devotion of the a EIGHTH good Sisters is supplied in the case of a Foxford, County Mayo. Here the condi0 a tions of life which existed have been ab0 0 solutely changed, and where there was 05c 0 Finest Vanilla and Lemon Creams but a short time ago povertv and wretch 0 75c Finest Fruit Creams 0 cduess there is now contentment aud 05c Sherbets, the very best 0 happiness. This has all been brought 0 SI. 00 Four Flavored Bricks 0 about through the practical common Guaranteed strictly pure and of finest quality. Salt Rising Bread a specialty. 0 sense and zeal of Mother Morrogh Ber All kinds of Fancy Cakes for weddings and parties made and ornamented to a nard and the ladies who are associated ? order. Goods shipped to all parts of the country. If you like our goods, tell 0 0 with her. In Skibbereen equally excel o your menus. It not, tell us. bpeciai prices lor dealers, noteis anti large orders. 0 0 lent work is being done by the Sisters TelephoiieH, S14UL 0 under the guidance of Mother De Sales, 00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 0 who received her first two hand-loom- s from the late Sir William Ewart, of Bel fast. There are many still living in the v. south of Ireland who can carry their minds back to the time when there was a thriving linen industry all through the southern comities. That time, unfortuii ately, has passed, and the crack of the INOOBPOBATED. busy loom is no longer heard in the homes of the peasantry; but it will not be the MAlN-SfRE- Ef fault of the convent workers if all this is not speedily changed for the better. Apart, however, from the hopeful indi cations afforded by the splendid work of the Sisters, there is the alarming fact that in ten years the acreage under flax in Ireland has decreased from 100,000 acres to 31,215 in the present year. It is plain that if something is not done in tiie near future the linen industry is bound to dis appear as completely from the north as it did from the south. Ireland has, un doubtedly, been worsted in the competi (1 Hon with other countries; but, in this connection, it must be borne in mind that in Belgium the government takes a lively interest m the prosperity of the in dustry, whereas in Ireland the farmer has still to depend upon the unscientific AND OAK treatment which obtained many years ago. There is every reason to believe that if the Irish flax grower received the same amount of encouragement from the government as the Belgian farmer a more sattsiactory condition oi tilings wouiu in a snort time prevail, llie situation Special Attention Given Family Orders, mcauwhile, may be almost described as desperate. Ar,3srviirxroivi3 fll LIQUORS n IT. J. WATHENi 629 STREET. i Bakery, Creamery and Ice Cream Factory nnd Gi8. mm wmmw nnruiM brewery LAGER BEER AND PORTER IT'S PURE. (i I) LOUISVILLE, KY. II SEVENTH 1 otto. II STREETS. i Sfflffl EGBK:3MJOICY IRELAND. IRISH AMBRIOAN i Lane Market are to be erected at an estimated cost of 30,000. The situation is central, and this is a great advantage. Many of the poor, who at present live in They Have Been Doing -DEALER IN- Record of the Host Important of the overcrowded slums, should find in the What Is What You Oct. Try our new dwellings a safe and beautiful home. the Past Week General the Recent Events Culled But the corporation should see that these 1st Pool News Notes. houses are not occupied by clerks, army Exchanges. From mechanics, pensioners and prosperous the class of tenant into whose possession No more meetings this month. The Marquis and Marchioness of other city dwellings have fallen, and There will be an important meeting of Screened Lump, 25 bus Waterford and family are expected at some of them will not even pay their 2.25 Screened Lump, 100 bus 9.00 rents. It was not with this purpose these the Hall Board and the Ladies' Auxiliary Curraghmore before Christmas. Anthracite, best quality, per ton 0.50 Much speculation exists in the town of houses were erected, and in the latest Sunday afternoon. Crushed Coke, 50 bus 4.50 1 were pleased Commissioners scheme adopted this difficulty should not The members of Division Bray as to what course the e to greet Mr. Peter Quinn, one of the will adopt as to the appointment or other- prevail. members, Tuesday evening. There is no club in County Wicklow wise of a successor to Mr. Price. Office, 452 W. Jefferson St. The inauguration of an "owl car" on 'Phones 1821 and 871. A special general meeting of the Inde- deserving of a wider and warmer support Telephone 846. 1983 PORTLAND AYE. pendent Club and Irish National League, than the Bray '08 Club. The manner in Portland avenue was hailed with delight Sarsfield Branch, was held on Sunday, which the monster demonstration of last by members of Divisions 3 and 6. November 0, at the rooms in the Town Wednesday night week was organized Division 1 announces another of its Hall. Matters of the very greatest im- and worked was simply unique, and the social sessions for the last meeting in dent and State Secretary of the order, warm reception which Mr. Egan and the December. There will be a full house. and is still an active worker in the cause. portance were discussed. other political prisoners received was Many delegates will remember his elo The Earl of Lucan, who has just been Owing to the absence of President Knight of the Order of St. worthy of the best traditions of the coun- Median and the Vice President there was quent oration at Louisville on the origin Week Com. Sunday Mntliicc, November 27 created a outlaw The Scenic Burlesque Production, Patrick by Queen Victoria, is the head of ty which produced the gallant work no meeting of Division 2 Thursday night. of the society. The funeral services were earnest held at St. Joseph's church, which was popular Irish house of Bingham, and O'Dwyer. The good, solid, the been doing since its Division 1 has under consideretioii the filled with friends of the old scholar son of the commander of the British cav-nlr- v which this club has in the Crimean war. to whom be inauguration is highly commendable, and proposition to form visining parties to at- and barrister. The eulogy was delivto tend the meetings of the various divis- ered by Father Liehner. Three of the SEVENTH AND OAK STREETS. longs the merit or the blame for the its success is mainly to be attributed Spectacular Extravacanza. "McNultv such popular gentlemen as Messrs. J. K. ions in the city. four divisions' of the Hibernians in the Light Brigade at Balaklava. and the Model"; Adjie and her den of O'Reilly, J. J. Grennan, T. J. McCann Tom Dolau, Vice President of Divis county, all of which were instituted by g in Lions; In a supplementary dispatch in the and a host of others, who are all good to the Review. "Columbia Spectacular Military Mr. O'Reilly, escorted the body i Forever." and an London Gazette, the following officers types of Irishmen who, too, "are not ion 1, is an able and popular official, and grave in Woodlawn. olio of strong specialties. are mentioned in connection with the everything by turns, and nothing very the members were gratified to sec him occupying his chair. Division 25, of Boston, had several vis Capts. Curzon and battle of Omdurmans: long," and draw none of the ratepayers' The Hibernian jubilee committee has itors from other divisions at its meeting Doran. Royal Irish Regiment; Capt. money. been increased by adding to its member- in St. Andrews' Hall, all of whom comConnaught Rangers; Capt. Matchett, Some time ago the Most Rev. Dr. Don ship the Presidents of air the divisions in plimented the division on the excellent W. H. MEFFERT, MANAGER. Our BLUE RIBBON WHISKY can not be surpassed. Its aire and nuritv cuar- Smith, Royal Dublin Fusiliers, and Capt. nelly, Bishop of Canea, propounded a Jefferson county. manner in which the business was carried anteed. Special attention paid to oidcrs for family or medicinal mirnoses. Royal Irish Fusiliers. Hill, Bart, MEFFERT STOCK COMPANY scheme for raising funds for the rebuildJoseph Doyle, Financial Secretary of on. This division will hold a celebration The Celtics of Dublin are making the 1 IN" for ing of the new church at Bray, a work of the Jeffersonville division, is now at in honor of the "Manchester Martyrs" necessary preliminary arrangements much architectural beauty. The idea Madison,, 111., and his place is being on Sunday evening, November 27. The to Belfast. Sunday sports are their visit took in practice the form of, so to speak, committee having in charge the elaboranew things in Belfast, and the idea seems a parish assessment, and his lordship filled by John Kenney. tion of the initiation exercises reported favorablyreceived there in sporting Matinees Dallv at 2:15. Night Performancei Patrick Dulaney, of Division 1, who to be every parishioner guaran progress. It is understood that when its t RilB. rirdpsr in nroof of which the Celtic stated that if has been with the Illinois Central for the No higher. Popular Frlces 10, 16, 25, 35c, teed to subscribe a certain sum for a work is finished the initiation ceremonial Football Association Club have given period of five years he would soon be en- past five years, is exulting over a de- of Division 25 will be the envy of other over the grounds to the Red Branch abled to pay olf the amount entailed in served increase in his salary. divisions. Gaelic Club for the day. Tom Dolan and Pat Dulaney are great the work. In response to this some 151 Division 4 held a very largely attended Their rendition of Irish It is highly gratifying to note tint the persons sent in their names, a number entertainers. Rochefordtestimonial.asfarasKingstown which compares favorably when taken in ballads at the last meeting of Division 1 meeting Wednesday evening, with Presi dent John Hennessy in the chair. After is concerned, to the family of a worthy comparison with the list of ratepayers in caused the greatest enthusiasm. the reading of the minutes, a number of satisfactorily, the town, but still there are some Irishman is proRressing President Edward Clancy presided at applicants were balloted for and elected mi influential committee which has portant parishioners whose names are the last meeting of Division 1, when MISS KATE SMITH, Lady Assistant and Embalmcr. members of the order and one was inicharee of it are doing all that is possible absent, and it is hoped that these will several new applications for membership tiated. The committee appointed to draw j)Jj Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice. to insure its success, for it is earnestly to soon show by their subscriptions their were received and referred to committees. up resolutions indorsing the Kentucky be trusted that all sections of Nationalists hearty approval of the good Bishop's The reports of the officers of Division Irish American reported and their recom S. ID. A.Nr .TEITITEItSOIV SXS. m will join heartily in its support, noble idea. 20, of Boston, showed an increase of 149 mendations approving the paper and jjjj TELEPHONE 81(). Cmwiav pveninp there was a solemn On Sunday Mr. Francis O'Brien, who in the funds of the divisions and about commending it to the public were unani in the Church of St, had been engaged as organist at St. twenty-fiv- e office for the dead members over the last report mously adopted. Several new applicaR. ary, Drogheda, and on Monday mornSavior's church, Glentworth street, for The next meeting of Division 1, of tions were received and referred to Mem ing a solemn requiem high mass was also the past two years, was the recipient of Jeffersonville, occurs Thursday night. bership Committee. celebrated for all who suffered in Ireland a handsome presentation by the members The editor of the Kentucky Irish Ameri The Rev. John F. Cummins, of Roslin in na. and who need prayers. The com of the choir previous to his departure can has accepted an invitation and will dale, Mass., the State chaplain, has en Ladies' and Gents' Furnishings by memorative sermon was preached for Dublin, his native city, where he has be present. tered the lecture field and will fill a lim 1731 Portland Ave. Pnther Woods. Rahan, and the Drog secured an important appointment. The There will be a large number of appli ited number of engagements in near-b- y state, and heda Corporation attended in Mayor, Alderman Cusack, who is a mem catioii3 and several to be initiated at the places between now and Christmas. After iinw wprp nresent at the mass on the ber of the choir, in presenting the sou -- DEALER IN- i next meeting of Division 1. It is ex the holidays he will make an extenueu following morning. venir a handsome gold lever watch, pected that State President Martin Cusick tour of New England. One of his sub It is rumored that another County suitably inscribed alluded in felicitous will be present. jects, "Camp Life at Montauk," is of vaCAFE AND RESTAURANT, terms to Mr. O'Brien's connection with Court judgeship is about to become One of the largest meetings in its his absorbing interest just at this time. It in abund St. Savior's in Limerick, and added that cant, and already candidates tory was held by Division 20, in Rox, will be remembered that Father Cum ance are mentioned for the post, iiiose regret at his departure was only lessened bury, President E. F. Ward presiding. mins performed heroic work among the best chance J. by the pleasure of knowing that he had who are supposed to have the hospitals ,.. xir inBPnh II. Moore and Mr. Dan secured a more important engagement The division held its annual ball last sick and dying soldiers in the 221 THIRD AVE. at Camp Wikoff ; last summer. In this members in Dublin. The children of the Sodality Tuesday evening. n iel Mahony two stories Private Dining Rooms. Open Day and Hibernians will be surprised to learn lecture he relates some thrilling JNignt. Jiest of wines ana Cigars. of the bar. Of those two the former is attached to the church also took the of scenes betting, probably occasion of adding a souvenir as a mark that County President John A. Murphy and gives a vivid description TKIiKPHONR OOS. "first favorite" in the soldiers and incidents among the brave Remember if vou buy coffee from me you will cet a coffee that is selected for has developed into a because he is connected with the family of their esteem. Mr. O'Bneu is its fine drinking qualities, roasted strictly DRY every day. No glaze or greasy subThis explains the cause of his absence from Massachusetts after their return brother of Mr. O'Brien, of Dublin. of the Lord Chancellor. stance put in it to make it weigh. Our DRY roast retains all the aroma of the'eoffee from the Cuban battlefields. from meetings of late, and makes it pleasant and agreeable to the taste and truly beneficial. We extend BIG The report read at the annual meeting Mr. Quinn, of Blackrock, has issued A division, known as Division C3, Bos you a special invitation to call and see our new method of roasting and cleaning our very precise instructions to the assistants of the Gaelic League last night gave WONDERFUL INVENTION, coffees, and if you can not call and see us, telephone us orlrop us a postal and we TO at the "Rock," ac very satisfactory record of good work ton, was organized in Monument Hall, in his publichouse will call and see you. Charlestown, by W. H. Cronin, theCoun cording to his evidence in the Kingstown performed during the year, says an Irish Tickets given with every cash purchase, good for a useful present. Division 03 begins its tv President. Police Court the other day. If a exchange ot recent dale, ihe scope career with bright prospects. Monsignor Leto Comes From TELEPHONE 1189, RING 2, AVENUE. customer but gives one and the effectiveness of the association Palermo, Italy, to Secure State Secretary Coleman was present are to be are gradually widening, and the means twinkle of the eye refreshments 1. He Patents. forthwith denied him. This simplifies recently adopted for the spreading of at the last meeting of Division of the "force." knowledge of our beautiful ancient lan delivered a very interesting address, and matters for the members invited those present to attend the meet He confronts his man, the eye twinkles, guage are certain to bear excellent fruit Monsignor Vito Leto, rector of the once assured. in the future. During the past year the ing of Division 3 the first Wednesday in and a conviction is at Royal chapel, of Palermo, Italy, is the December. AND AM, rOINTS IN Mr. Patrick O'Brien, M. P., paid a growth of the movement has been far- Peter Linskey, of the Hibernian guest of Rev. Father Morrelli, pastor of SS visit to Limerick in connection with reaching beyond expectation. Eighty DESIGNERS AND BUILDERS OF Knights, may not have' a very Irish St. Philip Neri's qhurch in Newark, N. J, Mr. John E. Redmond's lecture, for seven new members of the central branch of the richest Monsignor Leto is here on a year's leave . . . MICHIGAN. which he was making preparations, and have been enrolled, and over forty new name, but he possesses one ITALIAN MARBLE, AA1ERICAN AND SCOTCH GRANITE be delivered last Wednes- branches have been established in differ- brogues our reporter ever listened to, of absence, to obtain patents for some of which was to one liuag. his own inventions, which he has had day. Mr. O'Brien was accompanied by ent parts of the country, all of them He conies mighty near making TERMINALS . . Mclnery, Chairman of the holding classes for the study of Irish. ine he is back in Ireland. patented in several European countries. Mr. John thirty-firs- t Mr. John Annual festivals on the same lines will an Tomorrow evening the One of the most ingenious ot tlie mven Limerick Board of Guardians, UNION DEPOT McNamara, and other prominent nation- tend to keep the work of the association niversary of the murder of the Manches- tive priest's devices is a voting machine, Corner Seventh St. and River. to carry prominently before the public. The ter martyrs by the British Government intended to promote and secure the sealists, who formed a committee CITY TICKET OFFICE j Workshops and Studios, Carrara, Italy. Artistie Work Only Solicited. No. 218 Fourth Ave. out the necessary details in connection League has two flourishing journals will be commemorated under the auspices crecy of the ballot. The machine pro 1, of Syracuse, N. Y. Ad vides for a list of all the candidates, of Division printed in Gaelic; it has established with the fixture. The Dominicans of Holy Cross, Stigo, course of lectures in the Irish tongue, dresses will be delivered by Hon. Michael methodically arranged, with a press but' General Agent, Louisville, Ky. WARER00MS, 322 to 328 WEST GREEN STREET, jj held a public meeting on Sunday, and it has been sending out traveling E. Driscoll, who will represent Syracuse ton attachment under each name. The E. G. McCORMICK, Pass. Traf. Mgr., November 13, for the purpose of raisfng teachers and organizers through the in tue next Congress; Hon. lames a. machine is operated automatically, as a WARREN JJYNCH, A. G. P. A., funds toward paying the debt they have country to stir up an interest in the mat McGuire, Mayor of the city, and Hon pressure of the button registers one vote CINCINNATI, O. enlarging and improving ter. In many other ways steps are being John T. Delaney. by tue voter. for the candidate selected contracted in At the last regular monthly meeting It has also a device which prevents M. D. XAWLBR. their beautiful church. The original taken to further the movement and to M. J. r.AWI,ER, of Division 3, of Boston, arrangements more than one vote for any candidate by Holy Cross abbey structure was built by bring about a real Gaelic renaissance, was The appeal which the Wolfe Tone Me were completed for the '98 centennial one man, ana consignor ieio says uie one of the Geraldines in 1252. This supplemented by another church, in morial Committee has issued to Irish Na celebration, which will take place at the method is absolutely protected from INCORPOBA.TKD. Another merit which the fathers officiated for more than tionalists for funds to carry on and com Grand Opera House on Sunday evening, fraudulent operation. FIRST CLASS century. A little more than fifty years plete the great work which it has on hand December 4. It will without doubt be claimed for the machine is that the votes a ago they built the handsome edifice which will, we are confident, meet with a ready the greatest commemoration of the are counted automatically as they are at present is undergoing improvements. and generous response in Ireland, and in United Irishmen yet held in this country, registered, so that when the polls are A horrible murder was perpetrated at lands beyond the sea where Irishmen and can not fail to redound to the honor closed the result may be instantly known r. Nineteenth and Duncan. Another invention is an automatic elec Ballydoole, near Freshford, County Kil- have found a home, says the Dublin Her- and glory of the order. Mike Cavanaugh, a popular member of trie apparatus for use on railroads. Mon kenny, the victim being an old woman ald. It would indeed be a strange thing Her if the response to which we have referred Division No. 1 of the Hibernians is mak- signor Vito Leto claims for this device IVIiVRXIIV T. named Hanoria Neary, widow. DSAI.RK IN I'INK house appears to have been entered in were not willingly made. As the appeal ing arrangements to ta'ke a trip to the that it will register distance accurately AND VEGETABLES the early morning by 6ome one through points out, the celebration held in Dublin "Emerald Isle" after the holidays. Some while trains are in motion and telegraph GROCERIES Fine Wines and Liquors Alwnyg on Hand a hole in the thatched roof, and her head on August 15, on the occasion of the lay. of the boys say he will bring a rosy ically inform station agents of tlie ap was battered in, apparently with a ham- ing of the foundation stone of the Wolfe cheeked "lolleen" with him on his re proach of trains and their distances dur- 3301 UIUHTII STREET. TELEPHONE 1366 mer, in a shocking manner. Richard Tone memorial, was one of the greatest turn. If this be so, we wish them both a ing fogs of sufficient density to obscure cxivreiwic.--i Neary, her nephew, who lives about a outpourings of national feeling seen in happy and speedy return to our midst ordinary signals. It also warns the en TWELFTH AND ZANE. and will give then the glad hand of wel gineer of obstructions ahead on the track, mile away, has been arrested on suspic- the Irish capital. What did it mean? of the approach of tunnels and steer DRUQS and DRUQai5T'S SUNDRIES is said that the murdered woman, meant that among the overwhelming mass come and congratulation. ion. It Particular Attentloa Pitd to Filling Family acres of land, of the people the name and the fame of who owned twenty-eigThe annual ball of the Hibernians of grades and of the opening of draw Prescription!, was about to make a will, which wonld Wolfe Tone are cherished, and the prin Jamaica Plains Mass., was conceded to bridges which he has to pass. Its duplex, ciples for which he lived and died are re. have been the geatest social success ever placed in the stations, will inform the benefits. exclude the nephew from all as the ancieii's did the Holy and honored. Wolfe Tone was held in that section. The hall was beau. agent of the exact conditions and dis church, The Dalkey Commissioners at their vered Irishman; he was one of the most tifully decorated with the stars and stripes tances regarding the trains in motion and Land. The' church was decorated with last meeting received tenders tor the re- great foes that English rule ever en and the green and gold of old Ireland will also enable the station agent to com evergreens and roses, and on the five ICY. construction of certain new sewers, the potent countered in Ireland. His work for his intertwined, while on the front walls municate witli the engineer of a moving altars together there were about 2,000 cost of which will amount to 2,000. The candles, besides the three priests saying land had striking effects effects d portraits of Boyle train, either by telegraph or telephone. hung board wisely and fairly enough decided native mass and the master of ceremonies, with felt even unto this day. The O'Reilly and Robert Emmet, John representa not to open the tenders, as it was con which are ANNIVERSARY OF ST. JOHN'S. Rev. Father Lax, the pastor, Father subject matter of them demonstration of August 15 afforded am- tive of the union in the hearts of Irish sldered that the Woerner, his assistant, and seventy-fiv- e ple proof of this statement. Can it then men of the old and new lands. There had not been sufficiently drawn under be said anniversary of the altar boys carrying The thirty-eight- h that the funds necessary for the was a large attendance of delighted torches. On the notice of those likely to become con the dedication of St. John's church took whole it was the grandest event of its completion of the memorial will not be people, tractors, and it was determined to extend place last Sunday, at 10 o'clock. Deacon kind ever held 111 Louisville forthcoming? We do not believe n the advertising medium to other papers thing of the kind, and we are firmly anymass was celebrated by The death occurred a short time ago of and conwhich have large circulation among the fident that at an early date there will Philip Bernard O'Reilly, a prominent the Franciscan fathers, Father Paul of FOOTBALL IN LIMERICK. reading public, and in the adoption of stand in the capital of Ireland a statue Irishman, of Terre Haute, Iud. Mr, ficiating, with Father Alt as deacon and this course the board will secure ttie ap that will not alone be worthy of our O'Reilly was a native of County Cavan Father Pius as St. John's The Limerick Regulars defeated the probation of the vast majority of the country, but that will point unerringly Ire., and was seventy-fiv- e years old choir, which is one of the strongest in Limerick Reserves in a foot ball game at to the fact that Irishmen are not ashamed ratepayers. He was, says a correspondent, the oldest the State, rendered Mercadante's mass in the Athletic Club grounds last Saturday or afraid to speak of '08. The corporation has decided to under Good member of the Ancient Order of Hiber D minor. Many ueautitui solos were afternoon by a score of fifteen to nothing, take the erection of a fresh scheme of nians in America, having been a member rendered, ainongjwhich were the follow The feature of the game was the brilliant CATHOLIC KNIGHTS. n houses for the very poor in the dty of years, ing: "O Quamdelecta," by Miss Alexine interference of Full Back Sexton and in good standing for .. . V V. f t , M. Branch No. 4 held a lamely attended He joined it in Butler Ridge, County acuanue; ... Cork, and it is to be hoped that profiting Left Tackle Dolan of the Regulars. The "Agnus ,uei,' oy airs. n. by the defects of previous schemes they meeting Tuesday night, when arranpe- - Cavan. He was a delegate from Indiana Mann, and "Et .Unam," by Dr. M. F, Regulars will line up against Phil will so build their houses and fix rents as ments were completed for welcoming the to the national convention of the order Hill. Rev. Father Pius preached a very Chawk's and Johnnie Hogau's picked 248 West Jefferson Street. Telephone 384. to reach the very class for which these Legion home. All members in this city, which was held in Louisville, Ky. He interesting sermon, his subject being "A eleven this afternoon. a are In the first and only instance in- - New Albany and Jeffersonville have been was the authentic historian of the A. O. person's parish ,fchurch the true Holy Head the Kentucky Irish American for tended. Under the new scheme eleven Invited to participate with Branch 4 upon H. in America. His son, John F. Land." He drew a vivid picture of the three-stor- y houses on the site of Harper's this occasion. O'Reilly, has served both as State Presi- - love that a person' should bear his parish1 news from Ireland. HIBERNIANS. r Clean Coal GEO. Quality, 4th J. BUTLER, Groceries, Produce, PITTSBURGH COAL Fresh Meats and Vegetables. old-tim- PACIFIC COAL QO. 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