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Kentucky Irish American: January 21, 1899 Kentucky Irish American 300dpi TIFF G4 page images William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1899 kec1899012101_sn86069180 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Kentucky Irish American: January 21, 1899 Kentucky Irish American William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1899 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Kentucky Irish American VOLUME II. NO. 3. at historic New Castle, N. H. The LOUISVILLE: SATURDAY, JANUARY 21, 1899. PRICE FIVE CENTS. that would gather up into itself all that see the rebels leave the camp in pursuit. occa-sio- n was best and greatest in the Irish mind They passed under the tree a number of proved of great interest to all par at home and abroad. He often thought times, but never til ought oflooking for ticipating. The place for the field day they were not far from the realization of us so near the camp, we stayed up in event this year has not yet been selected. that idea of n university for the whole hours, with some that tree for sixty-threSince our last annual meeting a garner bacon rinds ond pieces of cornbread as Abounded nt the Reunion of the Irish Catholic people. Somehow or Its Promoters Have Everything Rhode And the Gallant Sixty-Nint- h ing under the auspices of our other the idea had taken a hold on the our only food. It wtis very cold nt night The American Irish Historical Island members has been held in Provi Irish-Americ.Society Now Ready For Its ForWill Pass Through Louispublic mind, and attained to a position and we were far frdni comfortable, but Educaby Dennis dence. It was presided over Society Doing Fine Thursdny. Monday. mation. in the practical thoughts of the people ville we did not wish tq go down until the H. Sheahan. recently clerk of the Gen tional Work. never attained before. He could see on pursuit had died away a little. Then I Rhode Island, and was eral Assembly of many sides an accession of strength hailed a negro who was passing. an unlimited success. Among the guests Cathfrom Lawcd a' massh,' said he when he Interesting Talks hy Andrews, of Brown Uni- Irish-Americawere President Ought to Give saw us coming down from the tree. 'The Patrick olics. people that stood aloof from might Encouraging tetters From Now Even that very day they Banquet versity; Prof. Alonzo Williams, of that Meeting Annual Bannon, James Hornn and York City and "Washingthe Boys a Good Send-O- n have read in a Dublin paper an account soldiers have been looking everywhar for Institution, and other prominent gentle in Now York City Thursof the proceedings at some Presbyterian ton Received. .Tames Rogers. you!' From Here. men. day Night. college where a lecture was giyen by Mr. "The darkey got jus an old canoe and The society is to be coneratulated upon , j T. W. Russell, M. P., a gentleman from we made the trip to the coast. We travthe issuance of its first bound volume of whom most of them differed very strongly eled at night and Jay alongside of the Thirty-Fiv- e proceedings. The edition numbered 1,100 Names Added to on political questions, but to whom the Will Study tho Language, Litwe Secretary General copies and has been distributed among The Regiment Has a Glorious bank during the day? Whenwere reached Report of erature, Music and Art of tho Society's Mcmher-shi- n Irish Catholics owed a deep debt of by no the seacoast our troubles Kccord Since tho Days of the members, while copies have also been Murray as to the Progress gratitude on this question of university means ended. AlPglong the cpast were Roll. Ireland. sent to public libraries, colleges and his the Rebellion. education that it would be discreditable Mode Lost Year. divisions of the hoine guard and they torical societies. Of the pamphlet "Irish to them not to pay openly. Mr. Russell if captured us. Schoolmasters in the American Colonies" risked his popularity with the people on "Four miles off file coast, almost out 1,600 copies were issued and disposed of FESTIVALS HELD YEARLY WHAT COL. SID GATES SAYS OF THEM of sight of land, lay the United States ALSO PUNCH AND CIQARS GALORE whom he detends for his public position GRAND in like manner. The pamphlet on "The MANY DISTINGUISHED MEN MEMBERS for the sake of vindicating the rights of Scotch-Iris- h gunboat Unadilla. iThe waters of the Shibboleth" also numbered Catholics, or rattier, what was higher South swarm withfsharks, and no one 1,500 copies. still with him and more honorable to for an Instant suspfceted that we would The society has on hand and is con The reunion of the The effort to form a class for the study New York The famous Sixty-nint- h gunboat, so their Society of this city Thursday evening him, vindicating his own judgment as a of the to swim to accumulating much valuable ma dare Irish language and establish a The annual meeting and banquet of stantly Volunteer Regiment, Col. Edward Duffy, vigilance was somewhat relaxed. public man of what were Catholic rights But was a rousing one. Long before the branch of the Gaelic League in this city the American Irish Historical bociety terial relating to the Irish chapter in will pass through Louisville next Mon as there was no way of signaling the hour for assembling merchants aud busi- in this matter. It was greatly to Mr. has taken definite shape, and the proWe are hampered to was held at Sherry's in New York City American history. day from Huntsville, Ala., to New York Thursday nleht. Edward A. Mose- - some extent, however, by the absence of City. The regiment will come in over boat we decided to swim for it. At mid- ness men, men from the City Hall and Russell's honor that he spoki out on this moters say that success is assured. nn guards the various departments, men represent- question long before others, and claimed At the meeting held Wednesday evenley, the President General, is the6ecre a nublication fund. I hope that sooner the Louisville & Nashville railroad and night we slipped away from our Commerce Com or later methods will be devised and steps will be transferred to the Big Four. It and made our way to the beach. There ing all sections of the city and parties, as justice for Catholic Irishmen. An emi ing of a number of gentlemen interested tnrv of the Interstate At a new danger awaitell us. The Southern well os many workingmen, could be seen nent clergyman of the Presbyterian in the matter a letter was received from mission in Washineton City. He was ill taken to provide for tins deficiency. will take fifty cars to carry them. waters are very phosphorescent at night wendincr their way to Hibernian Hall, church, speaking after Mr. Russell, also Rev. R. Henebry, Professor of Gaelic in and Gen. James R. present the only income the society has and unable to attend, is a part of the Irish The Sixty-nint- h a membership fees. The prompt and if a man swims through them he while many on Market street judged that admitted the justice of the Catholic the Washington University, proffering is from the n'ncJme. of New York, presided. Brigade which made a fine record during claim, and that it must succeed. Mem n trail whichicaii be plainly seen. a State convention was being held. payment of these when .due, theretore, his assistance and making suggestions as Mauy distinguished the civil war, and when President Mc leaves of that very important religious a matter of no little import Kinley called for troops every man in So Riley and I crept out as far as we When President Tom Keenaii called bers to how the work should be done. were in attendance, and officers were becomes body in this country were beginning to keeping ourlbodies under water the meeting to order there was an attend A communication and a number of elected for the ensuing year. A number ance. Col. Duffy's command was eager to go to could, Larcelv owing to the representations the front in defense of the flag. Their and making no splashing. When we ance that taxed Hibernian Hall to its recognize the inevitable, and had begun books were alsoTeceived from William J, of brilliant speeches were delivered, and to see that the right and proper course Secrethe society is reported to ne growing in of our friends at Washington, the names conduct and patriotism are in striking reached our depth we struck out for the utmost capacity. After the minutes of for them was to arrange themselves on Balfe, Secretary of the Gaelic Society, swimming vcrst cautiously until we the previous meeting had been read and tary of the Navy has selected the with a circular explaining the objects of numbers and influence. contrast with that of the Seventh regi boat, unshot. It was a approved the Chairman invited Messrs. the side of justice to their Catholic Hamilton Murray, the Secre- of three American naval officers of Irish nient, whose action was condemned by were well out oi the Gaelic League. Thomas Speaking as a Catholic A committee, consisting of Patrick tary General, in presenting his report for blood for three of the new torpedo craft press and public. The citizens and offi mighty unpleasant experience. Fqur Pat Bannon and Michael Murphy to seats Bishop, he welcomed such an expression These names are O'Brien, Barry and Mac cials of New York are making prepara miles is a long swii l for a man in the on the platform, they being two of the Sullivan, N. J. Sheridan and John Cavanthe year said: Historical Society Donough. The first is to be applied to tions to show their appreciation of and pink of condition ani we had been living oldest members present. Mr. Bannon of opinion from a Protestant clergyman augh, was appointed to make the necesThe Amprican-Iris- h with very great delight and with very a permanent institution. We the torpedo boat now building at Iiliza- - give the men a fitting reception upon on. short rations for long time. Then, was called upon for a speech anu rehas become sary arrangements for the next meeting, too, we were afraid oj sharks, and a num- - sponded with a few well chosen words, great satisfaction, aud he thanked him which will be announced year of our Iwtlinnrr. N. T.. and the two others to in these are now entering the third 1 their return home, t publicly for it. Nothing would give him times during lie swim I drew up The Mac destrovers. rrristpnee. Success has attended our tornedo-boa- t The boys may remain In Louisville sev- ber of suddenly akd began to splash, in which he assured his hearers of his greater happiness than this. The Cath columns. ffnrta from the start and the future is Donough is now under construction at eral hours. If they do they should be my legs interest in the welfare of the society and The objects of the Gaelic Society are olic University when it came should be with prospect for continued good Weymouth, Mass. The O'Brien is to be given a warm reception by their Irish thinking I had felt afshark giving a little everything that would promote its usebright to promote and foster the s.tudy and proplaunched at Elizabethport probably the American friends and the soldiers of the nibble at my toes preparatory to a full fulness and growth. Mr. Murphy was obtained, not by a triumph of one set of agate a knowledge of the language, literIrishmen over another, not after an society already has a membership coming May. I would suggest that the Louisville Legion. The daily papeis will meal. also called for, but did not feel able to music and art of Ireland; to extend The angry contest m which creed would be ature, "At last we got wifJiin hailing distance make an address. win occasion and the place be appropriate for give the exact hour of their arrival and of close to 1.000. and the material an acquaintance" with the history,, anset against creed, but with the universal Unadilla. I shouted to her, but at tiquities and customs of the Gaelic race, In order to enable Secretary Thomas compare favorably with that of any his- our field day celebration this year. departure.. Lieut. Col. J. L. Donovan is oi the country. not close without calling the nt a Kentucky bov. being a native of first they did not pay any attention to Drewry and Assistant Mark Ryan an consent of all Irishmen. They wanted and particularly with the history of the I can torical organization in this the hail. The Confederates were In the opportunity to receive the. money that nothing more than their neighbors. The Gael in America', aud his contributions Among our members are representatives tention of the society to the continued Sprinfield. of rowing outjnenr the gunboats at was ready to be paid in a short recess was day was passed when they would submit toward the creation and development of Wars, the pood offices of Gen. James R. O'Beirne of the Society of Colonial Col. Sid Gates, who secured the trans habit to Inferiority. As he had said, there SncMPtv of the Cincinnati, the Sons of and Hon. Tohn D. Crimmins, both of portation, spent some days in the camp night, towing rudepmncs after them. taken, duriug which Roman punch and .the American republic; to encourage the Military Order of New Pork. This year, as last, these gen at Huntsville, and he says Col. Duffy and Then they would light .a slow match on cigars were enjoyed by the assemblage. were very fair signs around them that movement in Ireland for the revival of th devolution, the their Protestant were Vnreifm Wars, the United States Medal tlemen have been indefatigable hi his men are the most gallant soldiers he the mine, hail thelFcderal boats and This was followed by the regular order of coming to see the reasonableness of the the national language and its cultivation Society of Tain- names details of our annual meeting ever met. Col. Gates and John Kilken-ne- sneak off. The eunboals would send out business and about thirty-fiv- e the and practice as a living tongue among rf TInnnr Catholic claim. Recognition of this see r&hal the trouble was were added to the roll. the Irish people. itinnv. the Bunker Hill Monument Soci here and have spared no effort to make of the Louisville & Nashville, gave small boats to claim should come from the Government The committee having in charge the When Europe was shrouded in the Ptv. the Military Order of the Loyal the occasion a thoroughly successful one Col. Duffy and his staff a small banquet and often be caugf t by the exploding oilmen from the Una revision of the constitution made 'its with their open assent. It should not be darkness of the middle ages Ireland pos- Legion and several other patriotic Mr. Francis C. Travers, Dr. Thomas after the transportation was awarded to mine. A number dilla had been killed, in that manner, so renort. which after some debate and high civilization several great ttaygTUEnimet and other gentlemenii resul them. liodies. much lie only the ii jxplanationwas adopted We have also in our memb; Therailroa rati tilde ,h of native music MUL lianire recommended by the committee home in Tirst was mi! uumi' was one calculated to make the members organizations such as the native art and it was Department gpaiL'Hiv'suu Bin take a greater interest in the organiza persons said that the matter of university largely were A ldrig nf Hoston. the Twentieth Century Club througlr 'the work and influence good for the Sixty ninth. Many of the y this time ail n una" was a political question, and of Irish scholars and missionaries that of that city, the American Oriental So- elected, one from each State, which soldiers are sons of veterans of the civil enough to swim the remaining distance tion and enlarge its field of usetuiness. education to the gunboat. I gave one more call. The society therefore continues its orig- should be kept out of those matters civilization and Christianity were estabHistoric, Genea- Includes Democrats and Republicans, war who served in the Sixty-nint- h in '01. ciety, thcNew England and from which politics should be excluded. lished among the peoples of Western when Standing at the gangway of the Unadilla inal policy of being logical Society, the Royal Society of Catholics and Protestants. For Kentucky They ought to get a good send-of- f He did not admit it was a question of Europe, and notwithstanding was n man with whom I had sailed on Denmark, and the Edward Fitzpatrick was made the State they come here. Northen Antiquarians, her subseHe recognized my several voyages. Arcbrcological Institute of America. Vice President, During the debate on the report talks politics whatsoever. Take the question quent chequered history under an unof home rule. One man had as good a voice, and we were soon on board." Relative to the great American universisympathetic alien government, which were made by James Rogers, Thomas to his opinion as another on that LAID TO REST. Camfield, James Horan, John Ryan, right ties, we number in oui 'ranks alumni of sought to repress all education aud intelREMINESCENCES, question. Oiie man thinks home rule lectual advancement, Ireland has conELECTED OFFICERS. Harvard, Yale, Dartmouth, Boston, Johns President Keenan, John Hession, Mike was good for Ireland; another thought it tributed in a marked degree to literature, Hopkins, Bowdoin, Brown, Notre Dame, Lawler and others, all of whom expressed of only such was not. If they were both honest men art, music and almost every branch of of Vermont and the The Funeral of Mrs. Katie Fea- themselves as being in favor the University The Story of Capt. Francis Ladles' Auxiliary Began the legislation as would result in the greatest one had as good a right as the other to intellectual effort. To extend an ac The Catholic University of Virginia. therstone Sad Beyond his opinion. They both could not be quaintance with these facts is a duty Wallace, a Veteran of national capital is repUniversity at the New Year Under Favormod to the createst number. Measure. right, but both could be honest in their which Irishmen and owe the Navy. resented on our roll by its rector, its After the other business of the meeting able Conditions. and three of the faculty. session was belief. But if anyone said to his lord- to themselves. vice rector had been transacted a social ship that a Protestant has a right to n We have among our associates descendheld and a couple of hours spent pleasIn the founding and maintenance of The funeral of Mrs. Katie Feather- Capt. Francis Wallace, of the training being made and university which satisfies hi3 conscience this great republic, too, Irishmen have was David O'Kelley, "the Irishman," stone, whose unexpected death The last meeting of the Ladies' Aux- antly, several short talks ants of best-knois one of the iliary of the Ancient Order of Hibernians songs sung, interspersed with stories, for his son, and that a Presbyterian has played a prominent part, and in the who located on Cape Cod, Mass., as mentioned in our last issue, took place ship New Hampshire, to a college which satisfies his molding of the American character men in the navy. The story of was an interesting one. The yearly re1057; of Barnabas Palmer, an from St. Aloysius church last Monday early as punch and cigars, and upon leaving all aright material ports showed that a great deal of charita- voted it the banner meeting of the Irish- - conscience for his son, but that an Irish Gaelic thought and spirit have left their Irishman, born in 1725, sho was present morning. In many respects it was the his eventful life would furnish The Catholic has not a right to get a univers- impress, and, proud of their race and at the capture of Louisburg, and of Gen- saddest funeral that has taken place in for several novels of adventure. when, ble work had been accomplished. The American Society. began adventures ity to satisfy his conscience for his son, jealous or its honor, the members of the American Louisville in several years. The body Captain's Treasurer's report showed a handsome eral Stephen Molyan of the We regret we have not the space to Three great societies com- of a young matron was being consigned thoutjli scarcely more than a boy, he ran balance on hand, notwithstanding the nrint the names of all the gentlemen he would say no man had a right to state Gaelic Society consider they are doing a Revolution. Baltic sea to heavy expense incurred in the purchase present, as it was the most representa-Hi- r such. Therefore he would say that it duty in familiarizing their own people posed mainly of men of Irish lineage are to the trrave. followed by her surviving the British blockade in the carry guns to the Russians. He took of the elegant piano placed in Hibernian n walipri.u the bodv has vet held. A was not a question of politics. It was a with the contribution of their race to the likewise represented In our organization. husband and children and question of the common rights of citi general development of the American part in the Crimean war; when the Hall. Society of mother, brothers and sisters. Mrs. I refer to the Charitable Irish good attendance is predicted for future to zenship, a question between man and nation. thirty-fou- r founded in 1737; the Friendly years of famous "foreign brigade" marched The following ladies were elected to meetings. Boston, was only man, a question of that full emancipation Philadelphia and age. Her oldest child a poy scarcely the relief of Lucknow in the terrible serve during the ensning term: and The society is strictly Sons of St. Patrick of The reports of the meeting published Wal-- 1 Courier-Journand Dispatch are of Irish Catholics which would never be Any person of good moral Friendly Sons of St. Patrick of New nine years old, her youngest nine months days of the Indian mutiny Capt. two President Miss Rose Sweeney. the in the lace was one of the members; for Recording Secretary Miss Maggie untrue and misleading. The reflections given until they had equal means of edu- character and in sympathy with its ob York City. old. The house of mourning on East Grinncll expedition cation. jects is eligible to membership. We have with .us, too, many people Breckinridge street was crowded early by years he was on the O'Connor. of the former upon President Keenan In law, medicine or the friends of the sorrowing family. searching in the arctic regions for Sir John Financial Secretary Miss Mamie Con- are as uncalled-fo- r as they are unjust. who are prominent Monitor in nors. journalism, and many who have attained When the funeral cortege reached St. Franklin; he was pilot of the GENUINE SURPRISE, The meeting was late in adjourning, aud KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS bench, Jn science and Alovsius' church it was met by the male the famous battle with the Merrimac; he Treasurer Miss Mary Cavanaugh. eminence on the the reoorts in the two papers mentioned Andersonvillc, from not for the benefit of Mrs. M. J. Hickey, the retired Presi- were "smoked-up,- " art, and In- mercantile pursuits. With employes of the Ohio Valley Telephone was a prisoner in which he escaped after terrible sufferings dent, has proven a most efficient officer, HisAmerican-Iris- h Grand KnlghtWInn Presented Marriage of Patrick Nelllgan rethis composition, the Company, who chose to show their the society, but to fill up space. and With an Emblem of the and the ladies regretted that she could torical Society can legitimately claim to spect for the loss of their Superintendent, and perils; he was with Farragut and Miss Vetters Occurs New Orleans; uot be induced to fill the position longer. be well equipped In personnell for the Mr. John W. Featherstone, me nusoana Dewey at Mobile bay and 0'DWYER Order. BISHOP Next Week. he fell from a ship when many miles Miss Sweeney will prove a worthy sucwork it has in view. of the deceased. They were ranged in with Spain just closed our double file in front of the church, and from land off the coast of Spain and was cessor, and the auxiliary has bright prosIn the war twenty-tw- o The Kentucky Irish American will Members of the local council of the pects. It was also decided to give an- Gives Reasons' For Establishsociety was well represented and one of when the funeral procession arrived they rescued after being In the water hours. Knights of Columbus to the number of surprise the many friends of Mr. Patrick perished in battle before opened ranks and with bowed heads our members other of their delightful euchre and dancthirty-fiv- e ing a Catholic University After serving on the Monitor for some ing parties on Tuesday evening, January Nelliganand Miss Mary Vetters with attended the institution of a Santiago. Of the society there fought allowed the coffin to be borne through furtime, Capt. Wallace joined the fleet new council at Columbus, O., last Sun the announcement that they are to be In Ireland. soil Col. Theodore Roosevelt, their file into the church. is31, to which Invitations are now being on Cuban cruisiug on a scout- sued. Ladies and gentlemen day, which started off with 110 charter married next week. The bride Is a of the Rough Riders; Capt. John Drum, attending After the usual burial service the Rev. ther South. While Cushing who and popular socimembers. Tenth United States Infantry; Father O'Grady celebrated high mass. ing party with Lieut. to be handsomely entertained. of the are sure Sneakintr Wednesday night In the The local party were accompanied by ety lady of the West End. The groom of the Ninth At the conclusion of the mass Father destroyed the Albemarle Capt. Wallace Major W. H. Donovan, Limerick Catholic Literary Institute, Charles F. Taylor, the popular lawyer, is the n contractor, whose Massachusetts and Sergeant E. F. O'Sul-llva- n O'Grady, who was an intimate friend of and a cockswain named Riley weie LAST DANCE. after a lecture by Mr. Doyle, Bishop and Mr. McCormick, of Nashville, the friends are almost innumerable. We have captured and taken to the Confederate regiment. of the same the Featherslone family, preached a O'Dwyer said that, speakiug of Athens, Southern representative of the Frank A, be n informed that Mr. Nelligan will re-c- e Gen. M. C. Butler, of the Cuban Evac- brief sermon, in which be paid a high prison at Camp Andersonvillc, where so the lecturer .just touched on one point Menne Candy Company, who were init ve his friends Wednesday evening. He Commission, is of us, while In the tribute to the deceased. He traced her many of the Union prisoners died. uation Escape was almost impossible, but Capt. Young Men's Division Will that always struck him. What a little iated and had the three degrees conferred is also of the firm of Carroll & Nelligan, Sixty-nint- h New York we are also repre- life story from its beginning, told of her Entertain Once More place it was, one small city, with the upon them. was one of the fortunate few Nineteenth and Portland avenue. sented, kindness of heart and bright, happy girl- Wallace Before Lent. country not much larger than one Irish who succeeded in crawling across the At Cincinnati the Louisville Knights Since our last annual meeting six hood, when she was Katie Hannan, her AllNSTRELS AND COMEDY. county, and yet so eminent. In many were the recipients of many courtesies at members have died. They were: Dr. maiden name; of her interest in all dead Hue. resnects the Grecian people were not the hands of their Cincinnati brethren, "After I had been at Anders'onville for Joseph H. Fay, Fall River, Mass.; Mr. church work, of her interest in the choir One of the most enjoyable dances of St. John's School Union haye sucthree weeks," said Capt. Wallace, "I the present season will be that given by very unlike the Irish people. They had by whom they were accompanied to the Andrew Athy, Worcester, Mass.; City and of her Christian charity. made up my mind that if I stayed there the Young Men's Division of the Ancient great faults imputed to them, but it Ohio capital, where all were most roy ceeded in making all the necessary prepMarshal Tohn E. Connor, Chlcopee, Father O'Grady spoke feelingly of the arations for their minstrel show, which would be allowed that on the whole they be shot by the guards Mass.; Rev. Philip J. Grace, D. D., New- loye that existed between the deceased long I would either Order of Hibernians on the evening of were an intellectual people. He would ally entertained. The visitors arrived will be given Tuesday and Wednesday home Monday, each delighted with the S. A., wife and her livitig husband, of the loss or die from sickness and lack of food. So February 7. port, R. I.; Capt. John Drum, U. At the meeting of this say that on the whole the Irish were un evenings of next week at St. John's Hall, Riley, and Capt. John M. Tobin, Washington, she would be to her husband, but greater I made up my mind to escape. soldiers division Tuesday evening It was decided doubtedly a more intellectual people trip. Clay and Walnut streets. The company the coxswain, and two Union A pleasing feature was the presentaD. C. than all the loss she would he to her were in the plan with me. For several to make this the closing one of the sea- than their neighbors in England, and have been rehearsing for a long time, Capt. Drum was one of the Tenth erphaned children. Men to whom tears son, and each member was authorized any cultured man could trace a far tion to Grand Knight Matt J. Winn of a and the prospects for a pleasing enterUnited States Infantry and was killed In had been unknown for years wept at the days we saved up what food we could it to invite five couples. The dance will greater affiuity between the character handsome aud valuable charm of the tainment are most encouraging. Tickets wasn't much and one dark night we be complimentary. Those wishing tickets order In appreciation of his labors in battle near Santiago, Cuba, July 2, 1898. words of Father O'Gradv. crept out to the dead Hue. We had to can procure them from Mr, Edward P. of the Irish mind and that of Greece behalf of the Louisville Council, lie are being disposed of very rapidly, and never lived. His obseA braver soldier Quite a crowd of friends followed the the indications are that crowded houses than he could between the Anglo-Saxo- n will wear it with honor. quies took place In Boston, out society remains to St. Louis cemetery, among kill three sentries before reaching the Holly or the members of the Literary will witness each performance. "Bum? to to appropriate floral offer- whom were a number from Omaha and stockade and pushed on in the darkness Committee. The dances heretofore gtveii mind, which seemed to him approah contributing an inermier's Hotel" will be given as an until we came to a river. There we sep- by this division have reflected great more to the Roman. Long ago when SULLIVAN'S GROCERY. ing. Capt. Tobln died In December last other distant points. afterpiece, and will prove nn interesting Cardinal Newman was sent by Pius IX. The soldiers wanted to push on arated. at Knoxville, Teun. Up to within a short credit on those having them in charge, to found a Catholic University in Dublin John L. Sullivan, who for the past feature, as it has heretofore attracted across the country, but I knew we would time before his'death he had been Assist-an- t DEATH OP PATRICK KEIRCE. and efforts will be indde to have this the he noticed this' affinity, In a beautiful eighteen years has been an employe of wide attention. Messrs. Speaker and be followed by bloodhounds, so after most pleasing one ye given. Quartermaster, First Brigade, Second lecture which he delivered he dwelt on the L. & N,, has decided to go Into busi- Reichert, the popular German comedians, The many friends and acquaintances they left us. Riley and I swam across the Division, First Army Corps. During the the various points of similarity betweeu ness for himself, and can now be found are billed to take the leading parts both SCALLY W LL PLAY. civil war he served gallantly In the Ninth of Patrick Keirce were shocked to learn river and back three times, walking up Dublin, where he established his uni- at Levering and Magnolia avenue, where in the minstrels and afterpiece. ' Massachusetts regiment, particularly dis- of his death Thursday evening at hU and down the bank on each side in order TomScally's Uniolt Band has gener- - versity, and Athens, and he expressed he lias opened a small but cosy family bloodhounds, of the trail. tinguishing himself at Malvern Hill and home, 1921 High street. His funeral to throw the d to t the. Hibernian the hope that sometime or other there grocery. He has many friends in the Call and see the crayon portraits now took place yesterday afternoon. The Then we climbed to the top of a big live-oa- k being wounded at the Wilderutss, reception Tuesday evening, He will play would arise in. Dublin a great institution, southern part of the city who will be on exhibition at our office. They arewor tree; In June last the society observed it deceasMjaflHtaUinown, and a large in any home. thy of a great center of learning and culture gladlo assist iiim in his new venture. (J "From our station in tlie.tree we could a number 'of popular Irish selections. exercises taking place first field day GROWING. COL. DUFFY ENTHUSIASM an GAELIC CLASS. e ns 1 te Irish-Americ- Irish-America- fellow-countryme- n. fellow-countrym- y, a flstWBents nrnMNMHIIjH - Irish-America- grief-stricke- al - y highly-accomplish- well-know- ously-consente- e K:;&nrxjaK:Y xrcx&zx KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. MifMfMHfmMimmiMiM i ambrican. were the recipients of congratulations from many friends residing at a distance. The little girl received many golden presents, that from Godfather Quinn being an exceedingly handsome one. 1 v Devoted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans. IVI. v EMBLEM CONTEST ! Who Is the Most Popular Hibernian? Two handsome Emblems of the Ancient Order of Hibernians will be awarded by the Kentucky Irish American to the members receiving the highest number of votes, these coupons only to be used for ballots. 1 WIGWAM SUBSCRIPTION IIIGGIXB, Publisher. SINGLE COPY, 5c. s THEATRICALS. Meffert and the Temple Stock Company will for the coming week pre sent an entirely new produciton, a new romantic comedy drama, entitled "Winchester." This play has been placed in the hands of Mr. Oscar Eagle, and its first presentation on any stage will be made to the patrons of the Temple Theater. Two weeks later it will be put on the stage in New York City. The enter prise of Col. Meffert should be appreciof this city, ated by the theater-goer- s who will this week have the opportunity of witnessing the work of the new members of the Temple Company. The title suggests the location, Winchester, Virginia. The date of action is 18G3. The war element is there without the carnage of battle or the spilling of blood. It is not a fight between the North and South, but between good and bad officers of the Northern army, with justice triumphant at the hands of a daughter of the Confederacy. A fine production is promised of what is predicted to be a veryfine play with some features out of the ordi nary. Col. T PRICE, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. Second-Clas- k T 4 Entered at the Louisville Postofftco as Addicts all Communications to the KENTUCKY IRISH Matter. dreen Street. Mrs. P. J. Breen will leave Monday for Floyd Knobs, Ind., where she will spend a week with her mother, Mrs, Schoepflin. who has been very ill. She will also visit the family of Mr. John Breen at Mooresvilte before returning. AMERICAN, 326 West If glTR"AOE.s(go).gonScKlg LOUISVILLE, KY.; MISREPRESENTATION. The reflections of the daily press 011 the meeting of the Society Thursday night show to what depths some will stoop to The accomplish political ends. Society has not been, is not now, and will not be a political organization. It is composed of men of all parties and creeds, and numbers among its members ftiends of all papers published in this city, as well as the city administration and its oppo nents, if it has any. Nothing has transpired that jus titles the papers referred to in their misrepresentatious. Their reports make more appareut the necessity for such an organization 111 our midst, and their efforts to create dissension will undoubtedly have the oooosite effect. They are the 4 ones who are trying to inject poli tics into its ranks. The local articles contained in and Disboth the Courier-Journthemselves, and patch .contradict are ridiculous in the extreme. The Somembers of the by as unworthy: ciety will pass them, of further notice, and we hope the bitter newspaper fight no.w going on will be kept out of all our socieIrish-AmericIrish-American Mike Hartnett of Hibernian Division Mr. Ed B. Conway has been spending SATURDAY, JAN. 21, 1899. the past few days in New York City on a No. 1, seems to be' making a winning race for the Kentucky Irish American business trip. prize.for the most popular member. Ed indeed has been the blending that Misses Ethel and Blanche Dorland are , Toomey, one of his able lieutenants, can it has become typical to say 'a red- home after a pleasant visit with friends be depended on to tell why Mike should get the prize. headed Irishman.' That appella at Columbus, O. Attorney Frank B. Burke, tion is, however, more appropriate of Indianapolis, was a visitor in Jeffer- 'Scotch-Irish- ,' to the who sonville the past week. would have us believe that his an J. W. Dougherty, one of the best cestors were The known men in Bardstowu, was in the Irishman, Englishman, Scotchman city during the early part of the week. and Welshman are all so intimately The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Ancient connected in that blending of races Order of Hibernians are preparing to that it is folly to attempt to draw a give another of their pleasant receptions. race distinction between them." Mr. Carl Peter, of Omaha, has been ct so-call- P v p 0 Record the Candidate 011 the First Line, Division on the Second. I Tjm t Sullivan and Michael Collins naid a flvitit visit to the Toffersonville division Thursday night for the purpose to be given by Division 1 next Tuesday night. They were treated "with genuine Irish hospitality. Anglo-Saxon- s. CREAM COMMON BEER 1400-140- 4 JOHN F. OERTBL BUTCHERTOWN BREWERY, Story Avenue, LOUISVILLE, KY. al Irish-America- n ties. THE ANQLO-SAXO- N H. AND THE SCOTCH-IRIS- At the annual meeting of the American Irish Historical Society, held itSy evening Thomas McCann, of Nineteenth at Fcprder of those embers of Division' 1. A. n w from the President, ' ""EWE" High streets, who has been confined U JBWlunF or-'used in "Cyrano de Bergerac." Special are requested to be present at the his home for the past two weeks by sick and a niece of Mr. Edward J. McDermott scenery has been painted for the occasion pany in the Ancient Order of Hibernians meeting, on the evening of January next IF you find your society is not A. Moseley, of Washington City 24. She is a handsome young woman and has and neither pains nor money will be of this city is gaining favor every day, The Entertainment Committee will enterness, is now able to return to his duties. which is full of points of interest mentioned in our paper, just see to and St. Patrick's day will undoubtedly tain those present with a socfal, and will a charming personality. Mr. Thomas is spared to make it a success. The people Thomas McCann, of Nineteenth and a member of the firm of Bohne & Thomas of Among other it that your Secretary or your ap to Louisville should show their charity see an A. O. H. military company in serve resreshmcnts of all kinds. High streets, who has been confined to architects. The wedding will take place Edward Clancy, President. and attend the performance, because by Frankfort. Brother J. Corbctt, who things, Mr. Moseley said: pointed correspondent is notified o his home for the past two weeks by sick L. D. Pbrranda, Secretary. Thursday, February 9. doing so they will greatly help the poor served eight years in the English army "Whenever an Irishman attains the neglect. Send the doiners of ness, is now able to return to his duties will probably be Captain. colored people. Mr. Lawrence J.' Mackey was the re RECENT DEATHS. Frankfort is considered a Goebel strong' to fame or distinction in war, liter your order to us: we are only too Mrs. Dennis Shannahan, who has been cipient of warm congratulations from his hold, and the friends of the Kentoti SPORTY ITEHS. spending the past three weeks with her ature, art, law or statesmanship in willing to publish them. Mrs. Bridget Daly, wife of Peter Daly, of the Young Men's county statesman can not see how he parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. McDonald Division, A. O. H at their meeting Empire, he is immedi the British can be defeated either for the nomination of 1C22 Hull street, died very suddenly The publication of the proceed of Chicago, returned to the city Thurs Tuesday evening, on his recent marriage or at the November election. Gen. P. W, Tuesday. Her funeral occurred Thursday Frank Erne, the Bufialo ately claimed to be an Englishman dav. to Miss Theresa Isert, a most accoin is in San Franblsco, where he is matched Hardin also has a pretty strong follow morning. and consequently as displaying ings should be taken away from the The many friends of Miss Etta Mar- - phshed and charming young lady. Mr. to meet Dal Hawkins on March 1. ing in Franklin county, while Col. W. J. Mr. Michael Murphy, of 321 Jackson 'Anglo-Saxopluck and 'Anglo daily papers. That would elimin tine, of Oldham street, will be pleased Mackey is one of the most popular and Dummy Hoy has signed with the local Stone is not so popular and can not hope street, an old and cit highly respected young in Irish- Saxon intellect. The truth is, that ate a great deal of bad blood that to learn that she is able to be out again American society circles, men the newly club for the year, and informs Treasurer to even secure n portion of Franklin's izen, died Wednesday morning from an and Drevfuss that he is auxious for the season delegation. Conservative politicians with attack of pneumonia. He is survived after an illness of several weeks with ty by among all those who have achieved has been engendered. wedded couple haJe the best wishes of a to open. whom I have conversed seem to think three children John. Tim and T"Hpn phoid fever. . host of friends for their future happi great prominence in the English There is now no doubt that T. J, that the race for Governor is now practi His funeral occurred yesterday mornintr If you want the news as it is you Mr. Harry Kirchdorfer, well known in ness. Keenan, of Pennsylvania, will be elected cally made up Gobel, Hardin and Stone, from St. Michael's church. speaking world, the Auglo-Saxoshould read this paper. It favors East End social circles, who has been is now considered out of Mr. Jesse H. Kelly and Miss Dencie C, to the Presidency of the League of Mai. Johnson by its absence none and treats all alike, type Mrs. Catherine Lyons, formerlv of race, while Juuge rryor has never con printing very sick, has so far recovered as to be Herms will be married on the evening of American Wheelmen. able to be about the house and will soon view-- of this city, but for some time past a resi Nine times in ten wlien a man only facts. recuperate at sented to run. After a careful Kid McCoy expects to February 1 at the home of the bride in be out again. not see why Gobel should dent of Nashville, died at the residence pluck, en this city. Mr. Kelly has for the past West Baden Spnngs. After getting in the field, I can boasts of 'Anglo-Saxoin that city last Wednesto get on a not be considered a prime favorite in the of her President Keenan must have Mr. John L. Winn, residing at Thirty four months been employed by Gardner condition he will endeavor terprise, ability and progress he vernacular of the race course. He has day. Her remains were brought to the sixth and Kentucky streets, is recovering & Bros., funiture dealers, of Paducah match with Sharkey or Fitzsimmons, himself is not of that type of man, smiled when he read the comments from an attack of the grip. Mr. Winn is He formerly lived, in Louisville, and He has backing to the amount of $ 0,000 behind him the shrewdest politicians in residence of air. Eugeue Braitling, 1981 Kentucky, friends who have been tried Portland avenue, and her funeral took s educator and well known all while in Paducah made many warm for a contest with either of them. an of the incidents he on his actiou Thursday night. and From the most place Friday morning. and not found wanting. mends. Miss Hetms is a daughter of Tom O'Rourke, who is now in charge conservative view at this writing, perhaps, over the State. cites were brought about through TURNED HIS HONOR'S WRATH. Fred Ilerms, who is well known in rail of Sharkey's interests, and at the same HIBERNIAN HISTORY. William Kelly, the motorman who road circles, having been employed by time managing the Lenox Club, will at five months before the election, I would the pluck, enterprise, ability and Our readers Goebel would enter the conven be A poet named progress which came from mixed before MagistrateT. O. D. O'Connor was was recently overcome while operating the Louisville & Nashville Railroad Com once make a match between Sharkey and say that enough instructed votes to se that a history will the interested to learn tion with of Ancient rrfW nf Pool, of New York a street car, is rapidly recovering, and it pany lor many years. Atter the cere Fitzsimmons if the latter will consent to cure his nomination. Many changes Hibernians fias just been, written and blood. I can only liken this mis- City, charged with intoxication. is expected he will be able to return to mony the young people will leave for have it pulled off in New York City. may take place in live tuonius, out a; published by Thomas Francis McGrath. 'I beg your clemency, sir," said work next week. representation of the truth of hisPaducah, which will be their permaneut Subscriptions for stock in the Louis present Gobel has decidedly the best of 206 Gordon avenue. Cleveland. Olifn O'Connor. "I write poetry, but I do not between of it. tory to the rattling of peas in a depend upon that profession for a liv Officer James Welch, one of the most home. They have the best wishes of a ville Ball Club aggregating Mr. McGrath gives nn interesting sketch t3.000 and 44,000 were received this popular men in the police department, is large number of friends. of the famous society since it was foundbladder, shaken by one of Shake- ing." PREPARING FOR CONVENTION. Support the tnanagenient and ed, some hundreds of years ago, to pro'A poet," repeated Magistrate Pool. recovering fiom a rather serious attack of Mr. Frank Eckert was married Mon week. Puncture the speare's clowns. team in the His friends hope to soon see him day night by the Rev. Father Raffo, of this city wil have a A meeting of representatives of the tect the priests and schoolmnsfpra ;,, 'You are certainly in most unpoetic sur grip. field one that will hcjld its own in the bladder, my friends, whenever and rounding, sir." able to resume Ills beat. local branches of the Catholic Knights Ireland from the vengeance of the Eng St. Charles Borromeo church, corner of division. of America has been called for Monday lish; tells of its introduction into the and Chestnut streets, to first wherever it is shaken. Tell the 'Indeed I am, my kind dear sir, Mr. Edward P. Holley left Wednesday Mike Powers, who is, studying at Notre in the school hall on United States in 1836, and of its history Upon my name I want no slur; for Leavenworth, Ind., on a business and Mrs. Henry Eckert, his brother's widow. Dame University, has. signed a contract evening, to be held clown who calls himself an 'Anglo-SaxoBack to my house I want to go, Eighth street, between Walnut and Gray here up to and including the joint When Henry "Eckert died, a little over be that he is an ass! and prove For where I am my friends don't know," pleasure trip. He willvisit gone for ten two years ago, he left his business to be with the Louisville Club for the coming son. The business to be transacted per national convention of the two wings of days or more, and will several other naturally one of the best tains to the State convention to be held the order in Trenton last June; treats at conducted in the interest of his widow by season. He is to him by the color of his hair, the said O'Connor. Indiana towns before his return. both in fielding "Well, well," said the court, "I am his brother Frank. Not even the nearest catchers in the League, in this city, and all officers and commit- length of the trouble which began in color of his eyes and the shape of surprised at a man of and the club is fortunate in teemen are urged to be present. 1883 and ended in disruption and the your intelligence Miss Lizzie O'Brien, of Indiana avenue, friends of the couple knew of their inten- and batting, securing his services, proceedings which resulted last vear in his skull that he is a Kelt, a being found in such a position." who has been seriously ill with pneu tions until after the knot was tied. After CATHOLIC KNIGHTS. George Dixon, the colored feather the uniting of the divisions, and gives in Milesian or a Latin, or anything 'I looked upon the wine when it was red, monia for some time past, has almost the wedding they returned to Eckert's Net wisely, but too well. Oh! my head; entirely recovered, and her friends are Hotel. Mrs. Eckert's maiden name was weight champion, had no trouble in dis Branch 25 at its meeting Monday night full the decision of Bishop McFaul, the and that if To err is human, to forgive is but an 'Anglo-Saxon- ,' Miss Mary B. Bosler. anxious to again see her in their midst. divine; She is a sister of posing of "Young Pluto," the Austra had an unusually large attendance. The arbitrator between the contenders, and it was ever true that the English I'll drink no more, repentance is mine." Mr. William Bosler, Bailiff of the City lian. The contest was pulled off in New tVuditiug Committee's report was read, also the constitution of the order. The Why that happy and look on Court and President of the Stein Brewing York Tuesday evening. Dixon put his showing the branch to be in a flourishing book contains brief sketches of Bishon and that "You need a bracer, O'Connor," said the usually smiling face of Mike people were Anglo-Saxo? Company. man to sleep in the tenth round, and the Magistrate. Quite a number of members McFaul and P. M. McGarry. an ex- were ever, in any many of those present declared Dixon to condition. the Anglo-SaxoThe boys say that he is not "You brace me up, your Honor," said who had been suspended were reinstated. national delegate of the Board of Erin. thinking of a "castle in the air," but a A large number of ladies and gentlemen be as strong and in as good condition as time, the greatest people on earth O'Connor. The hope was expressed that the same THE WEST INDIES. were handsomely entertained by Mr. and in his most palmy days. let you go, will you promise to 'cottage on the ground built for two." I interest in the order will be maintained superior to all other races that go 'It the Mrs. Martin Burke, 718 Hill street, in The West Indian waters' have been the Jim Watts, Louisville's colored pug, throughout the year, as it is quite encour to nearest church and take the Miss Nannie R. Parham has just re honor of the christening o scene of many a fierce international cen- time has so long since passed away pledge?" asked the court. their little his battle Tuesday night to Charlie aging to the new officers. turned from Krauth's Station, where she daughter, Margaret. The sponsors for lost fltct, and gallant warships of the old Goff, of New York. They fought in that no one now remembers it and "I will," he replied. has been since before the holidays. She style here met in mighty conflicts; A GOVERNMENT A10N0P0LY. "Your are discharged on that condi claims that her gain in weight is due to the little lady were, Miss Julia Quirk and Sandusky, O,, and the fight was a warm no true history chronicles when tion," said Magistrate broadsides were fired at close range, and Richard Quinn, After the ceremony the one. Up to the tenth round Watts apPool. the bracing country air of that neighbor- guests were seated to a bounteous dinner, peared to have the best of it, but during The trusts have thrown many men out on the decks the dead were nllml in Their and where they flourished. O'Connor bowed and said: hood. after which Miss Delia Carroll rendered the eleventh, twelfth and thirteenth Goff of work and will continue to do so. In bloody pyramids, till in one day in 1782 traits, whatever they are, were 'Thank you, kind Judge, for your great made in 1800 a Missouri 14,000 had been slaughtered and the , favor; Mr. John Borschneck and wife have several pleasing solos. Among the guests went at the Louisville man like a tiger, a public speech blended with those of another were Misses Julia Quirk, Nellie and Nora In the fourteenth round the police inter Congressman stated that 500,000 persons crews were too few to throw the dead In my good intentions I will never returned to the city from Bethlehem, doing the work formerly done into the sea. The West Indies have race, and whether those traits were waver. Ind., where they were called by the Kennedy, Katie Burke, Mary Devenney, fered and stopped the fight while Watts were now Maggie Casey, Delia Carroll, Mary Burke, was slowly choking his opponent. The by 16,000,000. That a government mo- cost many a European nation dearly good-bto your Honor; illness of Mr. Borschneck's mother. Her good or bad, we have all an equal I will now say is shown for title deeds. They have cost Snain I will never again disgrace T. O. D. condition is very much improved and Mamie Grassmick: Messrs. Martin Ouirk. referee awarded the decision to Goff on nopoly acts in the same way Thomas Scanlon, Richard Quinn, Martin points. This ought to dispose of Watts, by the report on the French match in- her island empire and nearly ruined the right to say that we have inherited O'Connor." her speedy recovery hoped for. dustry by the American Vice Consul at peninsula. They have now cost the Leahy, John Naugkton, John O'Donncll, who will not fight fairly. them. Especially is this true of On leaving the court room O'Connor Marseilles. He says that in 1872, when American States, which Britain lost Mr. Charles P. Dehler, of the Frank Edward Blanche, Tom Burke, George went to a saloon and got a drink. After those'having Irish ancestry, for in Tom Lansing, the pugilist, is dying at the French Government took the mak- when she fought for her West Indian Fehr Brewing Company, who has been Vousick, John Con: laughtou, MikeHerty, that he said he would go to St. Mary's vast amount of money in a. confined to his home for several days Mrs. Kate Grassmi :k Mr. and Mrs. John the Sts. Mary and Elisabeth Hospital. ing of matches under its control, the in- islands, no part of the earth has there been thurch and swear off for a year. with the grip, Is considerably improved, Baldwin and sou Hubert, Mr. and Mrs. Death is counting him out and the finish dustry gave employment to 10,000 per- - contest for humanity, not a conquest .such a thorough blending of 'Kelt The Kentucky Irish American is all and his host of friends, hop to see him Hrry Brady, Masters. Willie and Harry can not be far off. Since Thursday he sons in AiarseiuesaxNow u em for , .greed; and the end is not vet in ploys only 600 and Saxon' as in Ireland so great right, but she wants more , Brady and John Burke. The parents has been unconscious? signi. fully recovered within a few days, Irish-American- The Young Ladies' Auxiliary of Mackin Council has issued invitations to a dance to be given at Liederkranz Hall on There are few organizations in the vau Wednesday evening, February 1. Every the guest of his brother-in-laPeter J. thing indicates that it will be one of the deville world that can favorably compare Col. John Whallen was hon- Madden, ill Teffersonville, during the most pleasing dances ever given by this with Irwin Brothers Burlesquers and big specialty company which will be the atpopular society. past week. ored by the Society traction at the Buckingham next week. Miss Agues Nilmeiger and Mr. James Manager Fred Irwin has won the the dis Misses Carrie and Edith Fitzgerald when he was elected its First Treasguest Miss Annie L. McGee were married Wednesday tinction of always giving the public the have had as urer, and the act was commended Henry, a most their winsome young lady of morning at St. Boniface church, before a very best to be obtained and his reputalarge gathering of tfnends and relatives. tion is fully sustained this season in his by the Courier-Journ- al and Times, Cincinnati. After thi ceremony 'the company went to present organization. In the make-u- p He has proven an efficient and capa Mrs. Daniel Sullivan, is seriously ill the home of Mr. John F. Seebold, where of his company every branch of vaude ble officer, and the members have of the grip at her home on West Walnut a reception was held, ville is represented. There are no condeemed it wise to continue him in street. Her many friends are hoping for is a The funeral of Mrs. Johannah Dalton flicting parts and each act in itself her recovery. beoffice. At the time the Colonel and occurred Tuesday morning from St. decided novelty. The entertainment Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Wathen and family John's church. A large number of friends gins with an olio which is exceptionally the Courier-Journmanagement strong, the concluding number on the have moved in from their country home of the deceased lady attended burial were very friendly, but lately they and taken a house on Sixth street, near Mrs. Dalton was the mother ofthe programme being an operatic burlesque Officer E. presented under the title of "A Night have not been "so warm." Will St. Catherine. J. Dalton, and was held in high esteem at the Armory." It is appropriately the Courier-Journexplain what Mr. Michael Flahive, of Oldham street, by a wide circle of acquaintances. staged with magnificent scenery and bearing this change in its relations has just left the city for a trip for his Dave Burke is now able to be out again costly costumes. Among the features in health. His absence will be regretted by after a stay in Sts. Mary and troduced here are the Five Barrison Sishas to do with the his many friends. . Elizabeth Hospital, where he had gone ters, the Jew regiment, the Parisian Society ? to undergo a surgical operation. The models and Isaac's Burlesquers. Mr. Alex. Walker, who has been suf- operation proved a success, greatly to the The surprise of the week in po- fering from a severe attack of grip, has joy of his friends, and Dave will soon be The Louisville Pauline Dramatic Club, which is composed of the best amaso far recovered as to be able to be out able to be his e self once more. litical circles was the letter of Hon. among his friends. teur talent in the city, will present the Miss Minnie Timmons pleasantly enter beautiful tragedy "Cartouche, the French John Young Brown to the DemoMiss Rosie Higgins, one of Lexing- tained a few of her friends Friday evea Robber," on the evening of Washingcrats in the State of Kentucky ton's fairest daughters, is in the city, lng in honor of Miss Blanche Bricken, of ton's birthday, for the benefit of St. declining to become a candidate for visiting her aunts, Mrs. John E. Roche Lebanon, Ky. Among those present were Augustine's colored church, Fourteenth Misses Blanche Bricken, Mary Rose and Broadway. the nomination for Governor. Thus and Mrs. James Todd. The scene is laid 111 France, and all O'Brien, Maggie O'Brien, Ida Kaugable, Mrs. Lockett, of Knoxville, who was the race has been narrowed down formerly Miss Blanche Kelly, is the Clara Paxton and ileisrs. Fred. Brachey, who have read the hook of "Cartouche" to three, the friends of Hardin and will know what a fine piece it is. There guest of her mother, Mrs. Kelly, at her Ernest Morton, Tom Paxton, Robert Dancing and singing were the is hardly another play written that is as Goebel each claiming that their home on Fourth avenue. exciting. There is not a slow part in it, features of the evening. candidate will be benefited by the Mr. "Jack" McRuese, of Portland, was and when in the hands of the Pauline The announcement of the approaching Dramatic Club the Louisville public action of the bsHow- - , out in Limerick last Sunday visiting his ; .1 .. Ml say that is n marriage of Miss Laura Shelton and M: r chance to see some numerous friends. Some of play acting. "cinch "hat he will come oftener now. Irish-American al al Irish-Americtwo-week- s' an old-tyn1 Telephone 89L FRANKFORT. The Business, Political and Social News from the Capital City Correspondent. Franki'orT, Jan. 20. The next four weeks promises to be filled with several important social events in the Capital City. The "As You Like It Club," composed of the swell "400" of this city and vicinity, will give two swell balls. Two gentians also will be given at the Capital Hotel. The Y. M. I. will give three euchers and a mask ball, the A. O. H. a book receptiott. A smoker, a euchre and a mask ball and several other small entertainments will also be given, and, taken all together, old Frankfot, from a social point of view, will be quite bustling and up to date. Mr. and Mrs. James Heeney entertained at euchre last week. Quite a number of their friends were present and spent a most enjoyable evening. A delightful lunch was served at 10:30, after which prizes were distributed, and all repaired homeward, happy in the knowledge of a very pleasant evening spent. Miss Mayme Roache, of Paris, is the delightful guest of Mis. M. A. Collins, on Ann street. Next week the initial steps will be taken to organize the "Merry Young Bachelors' Club" in this city Col. D. P. Davis, Capt. W. C. Newman and Lieut. W. A. Lutkemeier, late of the Golden Meet MEI DIRECTORY A. O. II. DIVISION 1 on the Second and Fourth Tuesday Evenings of Each Month. President Edward Clancy. Vice President Thomas Dolan. Recording Secretary L. D. Perranda. Financial Secretary Peter Cusick 13 ' Twentieth street. Treasurer John Mulloy. DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Wednesday Evenings af Each Month. President Joseph P. Taylor. Vice President Phil Cavann tinrll Recording Secretary JohnCavanaugh. iMiiancial Secretary-- N. J. SheridSn, 2018 Lytle street Treasurer D. J, Coleman. DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fouth Wednes- u.iy nvcnings ot I'.acn Month. President John H. Hennessy. Vice President Thomas Lynch. Recording Secretary Thomas J. Kelly. Financial Secretarv fipnrcr,. rfiai.iff 420 East Gray street. ireasurer Harry Brady. DIVISION 0 Meets on the First and Third Tuesday Evenings of Each Month. President William J. McCartln'. Vice President John J, Lannan. Recording Secretary J. E. Yenner. Financial Secretarv n. T T.V 1328 Grayson street. ireasurer George A. Daniel. K, uirtmTiiiiT rn IEI1. s. fellow-membe- rs light-weigh- t, n' highly-respecte- d n n' son-in-la- nine-tenth- old-tim- e first-cla- ss Twenty-sevent- h n' - far-awa- y n, Cavan-augh- , n y 1 iolHktry. ICEOPXJO ICY IRJSH AMERICAN, J English weekly, seems ludicrous, even tersburg to Vienna. Who is a privy born in Seafield house, Killowen, No MONKS- - OF THE SCREW. though it was intended to accentuate the councilor to the Emperor of Austria and vember 10, 1832. The chairman of the Midland and Dublin was indeed a festive capital fact that the roll-cain American police most eminent among stations would send a thrill of joy statesmen? None other than the elev- Great Western railways, Sir Ralph- - during the last decade of the eiehtcenth through the bones of the Irish kings. enth Viscount Taafe and Ballymote of Smith Cusack, is "Clerk of the Crown . century. The ereat names. (ti nntod wits, the brilliant orators and an "army" ready to Sligo, Edward Francis Joseph, Chamber- and Hanaper" in Ireland. was, Famous Irishmen "Who Itcllcct There for at indeed, the statement was lain to his Imperial Majesty, Knight of In Canada, where s the arians. and last, though nprlm n nnf hand, the time Honor on !ErIn and the made the chiefs of police and a large the Golden Fleece, Knight of Malta, population may be4 deemed Celts, there least, the fierce that mixed in share of the force in most of the princi- Knight of St. John, Grand Cross of the have been such eminent Irishmen as her social life, caused "dear, fliriv n.ih. Celtic llacc. or Order of SS. Maurice and Lazarus of Blake, now in Parliament at Westminster, Hn," as she has since been called, to be pal American cities were Irish-bor- n Italy. The "Peerage of Ireland" regu- Costigan and Thomas Darcy McGee. regarded as the gayest city in Europe. of Irish descent. Should such a rebellion as we are sup larly enrolls the Taafes, a family so well No man better than Blake can call the Among the many institutions founded to Long List "Who Have Achieved posing spread through the British army, bestowed on the "ould sod" that plain bead-rol- l of Canadian Celts. None more supply the "bloods" of the time, young Distinction in Peace and what of the navy. "What name rises John Taafe, of Swannore Castle, Ardee, than he would delight to recall that if and old, with fun and frolic, the Order of first to every tongue when the Union in the County of Louth, has 5,147 acres Hume and Carlyle were Scotch Celts, Saint Patrick, oras it was more popularly . in War. Jack is unfurled, even to the mind's eye? of his own. Baron Hoenning C'Carroll that other famous historian, Mncaulay, known , "The Monks of the Screw, ' ' easily Whose indeed but that of Rear Admiral is today Secretary of the Austrian Lega- sprang from the Magawleys, a family of took the lead. It contained the choicest Lord Charles Beresford? And the Beres-ford- tion in Sofia. The "Flight of the Wild great antiquity in Ireland, and descended spirits not alone in Dublin, but in all IreSir Kobert Hart, of Pckin, Is too, are Irish. From the same Geese" spread Catholic Irishmen all over from no less a personage than the mys- land, in its membership. It was in no Most sense the monastic body which its title, County of Waterford, which gave Rob- Europe after the defeat of King James. terious "Niell of the Nine Hostages." Claimed to Bo-thThe growth of the Irish Celt side by "The Monks of the Screw," would at the erts to the army, "the fighting Beresford" But in Spam and Austria they have es Powerful. side with the French Celt in Canada is first blush imply. It was founded in the came to the navy. Lord William Leslie pecially thrived. de la Poer Beresford, V. C, proudly enThere is a wealth of suggestion in the only to be expected, from the history of year 1779 by the famous Barry Velver-toM. P., afterward Lord Vi9count rolled as the son of Rev. John, fourth line of the Austrian army register al- the two countries i which for centuries fraternized with sword and scapular. Avonmore, Lord Chief Baron, and it9 INTERESTING HISTORICAL SKETCHES marquis of Waterford, is an even more luding to the prominence of Baron familiar name to the eyes of Americans, O'Brien "for the affair of the Black The achievements of the Irish in France "Prior" was John Philpot Curran, M. P., s wherever the renowned lawyer and orator. for he married, in 1895, Lily Warren, Lake, May 13." Victor O'Egan is an of- and under the An Commodore Cicero Price, of ficer of the 48th; Hayes O'Conncll, of the French troops set foot, are as old as idea of the nature of the order may be Irish and daughter of Of the dispersed races, the the United States navy, "and widow of 59th, and Johann O'Fanagan, of the 82d Froissart, and are fatnous alike in history learned from the following verses, which the Jews have alike made homes and George Charles, eighth duke of Marl- infantry. Baron Thomas Brady is an and in romance. A solitary example I quote from its charter-sonwhich was careers in alien lands. The marked borough." From Admiral Beresford's Austrian Major-genera- l; Freiherr Mc- - may suffice in the Macmahons, who lived written by Curran: divergence in those careers has been em- familiar and commanding name, the list Nevin O'Kelly is a captain of militia; with distinction many centuries in Ire- When Saint Patrick our order creattd, land, and, having "risked all for the last phasized by the war between the United of naval heroes may be scanned with re- Graf O'Kelly von Gallagher was a And called us the Monks of of the Stuart kings," transferred their Good rules he revealed to our the Screw, effect of sults entirely germane to the proposi- eneral, and Baron John Macguire abbot States and Spain. An incidental allegiance to the lilies of France, and To guide us in what we should do. won honors a hundred years ago. that war was the abandonment of the tion. and PresiThe army and navy once infected with as the earliest of became Generals, jMgrshals The project that one hundred thousand repBut first he replenished his fountain revisit their the spirit of revolt, once proclaiming the present race in the peninsula are dents in that congenial soil. Nor is any resentative With liquor the best in the sky, anniversary another holy war of the green banner, called, were undoubtedly akin to the lover of roses, in any clime, likely to And he swore by the sword of his saint-shi- p native land in honor of the Franco-Iris- h For centuries there forget that other gallant of 98. This would have vacated tem- what would become of the British col of the French The fountain should never run dry. porarily most of the executive offices onies, in tne colony oi Victoria, tne in were cordial relations between Spain and name of Niel, French in American cities. But that would fluence of the late prime minister, Sir Ireland, both Catholic countries to the since, after the treaty of Limerick in many My children be chaste till you're 1091, 13,000 Irish soldiers, with drums tempted. have been only an incident. The war, Charles Gavan Duffy, is yet paramount. core. The Spaniards settled the coast of beating and colors flying, chose to serve While sober be wise and discreet, to the student of history, discloses the In America he is best known as the au- Galway, where the colleens are to this a Protestant King. And humble your bodies with fasting remarkable fact that never before in the thor of "Young Ireland," and the orig- day endowed with eyes and tresses a Catholic rather than Whene'er you have nothing to eat. fighting Frenchmen know of the history of the world have so many and inator of the "Nation." Sir Cornelius Andalusian in their jetty beauty; and All honor and influ- Alfred Moloney, after years of valued when a cry of distress went out from laurels won under the banner of France Then be not a glass in the convent so important posts of McDonalds; O'Tooles, WilliamExcept on a festival found. ence been filled by men of Irish birth service on tne Gold Coast, is governor beleaguered Kinsale toward the close of by the And this rule to enforce I ordain of British Hon the seventeenth century a Spanish fleet sons, Careys and Dilons. only in Spain, but in and commander-in-chie- f and descent, not A festival all the year round. Now, when the tide of immigration to Austria, her natural ally, in Russia, in duras. Lieut. Col. Sir John Terence came promptly to the rescue. The deBritain and the United Nicholas O'Brien was rewarded for bril- feat of the allies on that occasion drove North America is 'already ebbing, the The "monks," it must be said, lived France, in Great republics far to the south up to the precepts of States, says John Paul Bocock in the liant actions in the Munity and the Red Hugh O'Donnell among others to undeveloped their abbot. most Oudh campaigns in India by being made emigrate, and the names of O'Donnell of us are attracting some of Erin's The convent, as their meeting place Cosmopiltan. n governor of Newfoundland (1895.) Sir aud O'Day became famous iu the mili stalwart sons. This ebb of the tide was, was called, was in St. Kevin street, DubDuring the period when an has been discussed by Dennis Fitzpatnck, son of Thomas Fitz- - tary annuls of the peninsula. Marshal in the nature of things, bound to come. lin, and thither repaired every Saturday alliance official statistics of the Treasury Deevening during the law term "the creme the statesmen of Europe as at least a patrick, Esq., of Dublin, is lieutenant Leopold O'Donnell helped expel Joseph The been cordially con- governor of the Punjaub. Lieut. Gen. Bonaparte. Gen. O'Donnell led against partment show that' 3,675,384 Irish peo- de la creme of Dublin society. Besides possibility, and has United States ports be- the names sidered by leaders of opinion among Sir Thomas Lionel Gallwey, governor the revolt of '48, and afterward became ple arrived in mentioned the following. of Bermuda Queen Isabella's Prime Minister and tween October 1, 1820, and June 30, 1894. nearly all of whom were members of Parpeople, it was actually and commander-in-chie- f English-speakin- g Irish-bor- n (1882-8- ), was the sou of Major John favorite in unofficial relations. The Leo- Whereas there were 73,513 arrivals from liament, were prominent members of the true that, were Queen Victoria's admirals, colonial gov- Gallwey, of the royal Irish constabulary. pold O'Donnell, who subdued the Riffs, Ireland in the year 1888; the correspond order: generals, in 1894 vas only 33,004. William Doyle, Master iu Chancery, ernors and diplomats disposed all at The Right Hon. William G. E. Macart in 1801, was made Duke of Tetuau; and ing number These immigrants and their sons be who for a time was they could, for the time ney, M. P., who has recently been in- the Duke of Tetuan who, as Prime Minonce to rebel, "Abbott;" the Earl oi being, come very near converting the specting the Bermuda and Canadian na- ister received our own Miister Woodward gan so speedily to take possessionmu- of Arran, the Right Hon.. Walter Hussey the minor political, especially tne val establishments, is parliamentary at San Sebastian, is his sou. Burgh, afterwards Chief Baron; the Earl British into an Irish empire. nicipal, offices of their new homes Furthermore, it was true that a lineal and financial secretary of the British The O'Sullivans and O'Driscolls and tbev settled mainly in the towns that Of Carliampton. the Richt Hon. Isaac Corry, afterwards Chancellor of the Ex descendant of one of "the martyrs of admiralty. Sir Jacob Dirk Barry, of that Hugh O'Neills, who went to Valladolid n Irish family, is judge presi- and Lisbon soon after the arrival of the an accurate resume made within five chequer in the Irish Parliament; Robert OS" was President of the United States, to be in Day, past showed them then attewards a Judge; John Doyle, and that the municipal government of dent of the Court of Eastern districts O'Donnells in Spain, arc still in evidence years control of the municipal machinery of afterwards a General in the armv: the most large American cities was con- and member of the Court of Appeals of among the most faithful devotees of Boston, Brook Right cities of New York. Hon. Henry Grattan, the great trolled in the main by Irish born Amer- the Cape of Good Hope. Sir George- those cities. The O'Reilly, for whom the lyn, Jersey City, Hoboken, Chicago, Buf Irish orator in the College Green Parlia Maurice O'Rorke, a son of Rev. John icans or their sous. O'Reilly street in Havana was named, years of what many O'Rorke, of the County Galway, has been and the O'Higginses and Lynches for falo, Troy, Albany, Pittsburg, St. Paul, raent; Francis Hardy, Lord Charlcmont's One hundred Louis, Kansas City, Omaha, New Or biographer; Dudley Hussey, Recorder of Irishmen deem England's oppressive eminent in New Zealand since 1854, and whom Chili named warships, came to St. leans and Satt Francisco. The history of Dublin; Lord Viscount Kingsborough, was a member of the ministry in 1872. elapsed. To many rule have just America by way of Spain. And, speak the Irish in the United States is indeed the to most of them, indeed, the He would have great influence in Maori ing of distant quarters of the globe, there Rev. Arthur O'Leary, in the general his Right Hon. George Ponsonby, afterwards suggestion of an alliance between the land. The Earl of Belmore, who has is Sir Robert Hart, an Irishman, at the an important volume tory of the Celt abroad, commander-in-chie- f Chancellor of Ireland; Sir Michael Smith, United States and Great Britain i3 ab- been Governor and head of the Imperial custom service in Gen. Patrick A.! Collins, himself an afterwards Master of the Rolls; never since the days of the of New South. Wales, is Baron Belmore, China- .-4 the Mara horrent. Yet - enumerated American-Irishmathils of Castle Ooole, in CHeTounly bTVer- Vni h ii lln MWI quia of Townsend, elected, professed and Duke of V Perhaps the most really powerful those American-Iris- h whose names most joined on his visit to Dublin managh. . Mtclimpnt lieen sofl&ns :i after his Irishman, if we consider him as con readily recur to the.student of American limy wfcw Of course, instant recourse would in Vice Royalty; and Arthur Wolf, after ously Milesian in its commanders as trolling the destines of millions of hu history: such an extraordinary event be had to man beings, is Sir Robert Hart, of wards Lord Vijcount Kilwarden, Chief now. McKinley, the President, aud Bryan, Justice of the King's bench, Sir Nicholas Roderick Pekiu. Sir Robert, by his exceptional Gen. Lord Wolseley and Gen. Lord diplomacy. his competitor; JohnC Calhoun; James The furniture of the apartment in which Roberts, the Great British generals of O'Connor, K. C. B who is a son of ability aud justly molded mind, has for Buchanan and Chester A. Arthur, the Patrick O'Connor, of Dundermott, Ros more today, were born in the county of Dublin of a century had ancestors of all six belonuinK in the the "Monks" met was, it is said, entirely than a quarter to make proper and the county of Waterrold, respect- common, would be asked the absolute confidence of the Chinese same county in Ireland. In the army monkish in style, and at the meetings all who representntion to the Court of St. Pet ively. Sir Garnet Joseph Wolseley, Government. So far as any man might, and navy the roll includes Montgomery the members wore the habit of the order, ersburg, where he is accredited ambas was made a viscount in 1883, about the he has wisely guided its policy, and has Wayne, Stark, Knox, Lewis, Coriway, In such an assembly, comprising as it did Great Britain. Sir Nicholas time he had that terrible fall from sador from done much to inculcate the highest Sullivan, Meade, Sheridan, Kearney, the master minds of the day, it is need once minister to China, and was not a camel's back going up the Nile toward was of morality in governmental Shields Barry, "the father of the Amer less to say that conviviality reigned Secretary of Legation standard supreme. It was not, however, the con Khartoum, was bora June 4, 1833, in so many years ago affairs. ican navy; McDonough and Mahan. but lie would Goldenbridge House, county of Dublin. at Washington (1885-7- ), In Rome there have been for ages Other ereat names are: Patrick Henry, viviality of a mere vulgar drinking dnb. h influences "It was," according to Thomas Davis, "Bobs," asKiplin'a Tommy Atkinses find some powerful Irish "Princes of the Church." Ferdi the immortal champion of revolution in Roberts, of Candahar, in Af- at work in the winter palace itself. call Baron nand Count O'Gorman, Knight of the Virginia; Ulysses S Grant, General and 'an union of strong souls brought together Irishmen holding office in Russia? Be Order of Christ and Commander of the like electric clouds by affinity and flash ghanistan and the county of Waterford yond doubt. Mother Church, whose in Order of Gregory the Great, has been Pres'dent; the fighting McCoolcs, 3lc ing as they joined. They met and shone is now commander-in-chie- f in Ireland, Clellands, McClernands, McDonoughs and warmed. They had great passions of the forces in Ireland, and is one year fluence has induced so many of them to since 1878 Private Chamberlain to Pope in the Union army, and and generous accomplishments. They his commander, Lord Wolse- flee from the ould dart since Cromwell's Leo XIII. He had fulfilled the same rc and McDowells, older than Frederick Sleigh persecution began in 1629, made the lation to Pope Pius IX., and he is not Stonewall Tackson iu the Confederate were men of wit and pleasure, living in ley. While yet Sir ranks; John Barry, the first ranking of a luxurious state of society, and probably Roberts he had already become the idol Greek Catholic establishment in Russia only a Roman Count, but also "Guardian But the list that seem preferable to the Reformation at of the Tombs of the Imperial House of ficer in the navv. and Capt. John D. did wild and excessive things. This was of the soldiers in India. didn't even start with Wellington, who home. The O'Bryans in St. Petersburg Austria in the Ducal Chapel in Nancy," O'Brien. adverse circumstances in most reconcilable in such a state of society Under with every virtue of head and heart." was born in Dublin, April 17, 1709, but became the Obrutscheffs; the O'Donnells, as well as "Guardian of the Chateaux of indeed become leaders of The "Monks" also often met at their already includes his most eminent the Odontcheffs, and the Scallens, the Pixerecourt, Choloy and Longuyon in cases, they have which men, and preserved a strong personal Abbot's place in Ratbfarnham, a country successors, is only begun. Readers of Skalons. There is no more distinguished Lorraine." lovaltv to the traditions of "the ould district outside Dublin. He named the the war news from the Indian frontier soldier in Russia today than Obrutcheff, Count Russell, of Rome, is Henry Pat dart" gen rebellion of the general of infantry, residence from their meetings, "The all through the late rick Marie Russell, male heir to the Rus-sellPriory," and the old house is occupied Afridis and the Mohmunds have become eral, member of the military household Barons of Killough, in the County TRINITY COUNCIL still. familir with the name of Col. Sir Bindon of the Czar and of the council of the Down. Edmund James de Poher de la The society commenced to dwindle Blood. K. C. B., who seems to have had empire. It is true he has become a Poer, of Gurteeu le Poer, in the County general charge of the British forces. Russian of the Russians, and has mar- Waterford, was formerly Private Cham Making Prepratlon For Its away about the year 1794. Political feeling and unrest sundered many members with officer i9 a son of ried a beautiful French-womaThis gallant berlain to the Pope, and, is now a Count Fourth of July Celewho had been erstwhile stronjr friends, Bindon Blood, Esq., of the whom it is his delight to pay yearly vis of the Papal States and a Knight of St. William and soon afterwards it completely disap . . . were won its to Paris. But there he finds many of bration. f I. County Clare. His laurels pearea. luany irauiuuns oi me sayings John of Jerusalem. Another Count of was chief staff officer on his former countrymen to congratulate the Holy Roman Empire is Count Arthur long ago, for he and doings ot tne "Monies" are, nowever, the Chitral relief force. He is now the him on having become a noted authority John Moore, of Mooresport, in the Trinity Council, Y. M. I., held a large still extant in Dublin. head of the royal engineering military on military statistics, a savant as well. County of Tipperary, and yet another is and interesting meeting Monday evening. IRISH CLUB FOR LONDON. Nor is there anywhere in the world an Count works department in India. of Ballinvilla, at which one application for membership Irish soldier who is not proud of Ob- County Mayo. After the meeting recently held in the No wonder there are Mulvaneys was presented and referred to the investi plenty under the leadership of a Roberts rutscheffs triumph over the Turks at The above brief sketch can do little gating committee. An important com Cockburn Hctel, London, an Irish club and a Blood. The army roster will fill out Aladja and Kars, after their defeat of more than give an idea of the position muuicatiou was also received from the for London may be regarded as certain the record almost at will. Gen. Sir John the Russians at Zivine. "Go and vindi Irishmen hold at the very helm of many Supreme Secretary. to be established within a few months, Doran, K. C. B., famous throughout two cate the army," said the Czar, and Ob ships of state. And, truly, no one can new ritual of the Y. M. I. has says a correspondent. It is a strange fact The tne exception ot jews tne decades of Hindoostane wars, comes rutscheff went. deny that such a list is remaikable. There use that wiiu singular in having in London Irish are Gen. Skalon is maitre de la cour at are many other important spheres of life been published, and will soon be in Ely House, in the County of Wexfrom in all of the councils. George Barrett, no recognized place of meeting in which ford. The gallant Sir Hugh Henry Petersburg, with the rank of privy coun in which the Irishmen are leaders, and who has been with the Legion in Porto Hibernians of all classes and parties can Gough, whose Indian career is a long cilor. The gallant Odontcheff is of the these must not be neglected. Rico, was installed as Recording Secre mingle together on the ground of their series of wounds and decorations, is a same U'Donueus wnosc names are part In the London, and especially in the tary by Director Sullivan. Letters were common nationality. The Irish LiteOUUlULjr, in U1& ui 111 auillbr, son of George Gough, of Rathronon and parcel of the history of Spain for provincial English press, the Irishman received from the father of John Hogan tries to fill this gap, but its membership House, in Tipperary. Sir Henrv's serv- 200 years. is well to the fore. The venerable Jus and the mother of William Hulsekamp, is necessarily restricted by its limited Nor need this curious Russianizing of ices in the time of the Mutiny, his galtin McCarthy, who has recently finished lately deceased, thanking Trinity Coun objects. Many Irishmen are also mem relief of Lucknow, the names of Milesian heroes excite won ......... . r i. n; bers of the National, Liberal and other lant conduct at the of his "History of Our CUi e lur luc piuuipi. uujcub ui iut in the minds of those who have read the last volume ami on fflanv anotber bloody field, blaze der clubs. These are by no means completely Own Times," has for years wntten the death benefits. of "A Morning ,,i tn of clorv into the British war Vaslli Makroff's story recognize in the imperial editorials in the London Daily George Nabor, of' Council 207, was satisfactory to tnese members. Tne pro at With the Czar," and ject of an exclusively Irish club was office. Scarcely less distinguished News, the great Liberal organ. As visitor, and delivered a short address that mooted some months ago, aud in the Lucknow was Gen. fair writer Capt. William F. Mason McCarthy, journalistic historian he reminds one of Cawnpore and provisional committee rl,or,1 Tlennis Kellv. K. C B.. who late of Gen. Robert E. Lee's confidential the work of Thiers, T. P. O'Connor in was full of interest. give a series of sub- meantime the have been working hard then' appointed It was decided to Weston, in the County of staff, aud later still confidential aide to the Sun, O'Conor Power in the Speaker, scription comes from euchres, the first of which will to turn this idea into practical results. Heath. To sum up for India and Ire- the Czar Alexander II. Many another the leading Liberal weekly, Frank Hugh take place Wednesday evening next, They have received a good deal of sup of Irishman, engineering, mining, surveyrromises land, the official commander-in-chie- f O'Donnell, and many another free lance, Dr. Lammers and wife will be the chape port irom an classes oi ireiann. been ob of a definite character have the forces in India, since mm, uas Deen ing, would be found wearing the Czar's wield trenchant pens. rones, while Messrs. Hund, Rittman taiued from 300 Irishmen, and 200 others Ti.,.f r.en. Sir Georee Stuart White, uniform and ready to fight his battles, What of science and the liberal profes- Nuxol, Able and O'Connell will act as a have formally expressed tlieir intention over the peninsula What are they to do when the supreme K. C. B., known all of becoming members of the club. In sions? Lord Kelvin Sir William Thom reception committee. innrf and trallant services. Heap- - conflict comes in the East between the club will be a limited who won his title by practical The Fourth of July picnic committee constitution the son liability company, with a capital of pears on the record as "son of James Russian bear and the British lion? They reported that contracts had been closed 50.000 in 5 shares. A preliminary svn achievements in electrical science, Robert White, usq.,01 vuucu" uuuijr have evidently made their choice. for Fern Grave and the steamers Colum dicate has already been formed, on the Even so accomplished a diplomat as born an Irishman. Robert Kitchener, of Antrim," Sir Sir Williani MacCormac, who is de bia, Sunshine and H.ite for that day, and basis of a subscription of $0,000, the most Sir Nicholas O'Connor might appeal for Lord Kitchener, of Khartoum, the portion of "Surgeon-in-Chiethat the services of two bands of music ereater suoscnoea. which has been f popular soldier in Great Britain toaay, advice and assistance to "the greatest scribed by Burke aa already; ine ciuo premises n Ambulance," and had been arranged for. The amusements are to adjoin Cockburn's Hotel, in which diplomatist of his time," as Gen. Patrick of hail aveneed "Chinese" w t,Ua man who Consul-generwill consist of music, dancing, athletic rooms are to be reserved for members who has been decorated by nearly every Gordon's atrocious death and redeemed A. Collins, the American games, patriots addresses and numerous and from which meals can be procured Hicks Faaha's bloody defsat, is a native to London (1892-0- ), declared the Marquis Government in Europe for his services to be and non of Dufferin to be. And where would the humanity, is a native of Belfast. He other attractions'?. The committee hav- The club is to to be Ireland. of entitled to membersectarian, and command of Marquis be found if not at his own home mow holds the post of Examiner in Sur- ing the picnic in .charge consists of ship must be at least half Irish by de With, these Irishmen in and uritiait forces in India, in England, in the County Down, seven miles from gery at the University of London. Any Messrs. Able, Hund, Jfelly, Krause scent. Irishmen an over tne world can Londoner can extend the list. The Lord Garyey, and they will see that nothing is become members of the club, whose Egypt, the satirical Belfast? and. in t Let us suppose the scene of diplomatic Chief Justice of England, Baron Russell, left undone that wuVcomnbutc to its sue- honorary secretaries are Messrs., Henry call for an "American army to free Ire- Lennane ana Upt, uenry ntzgeraiu. from St. Pe of Killowen, in the Couutf of Down, was iv moil. several veara alio in an ipeentaUons transferred t LEADERS. ll Austro-Hungan- four-fifth- fire-eate- s, ID J- 1 TO THE PATRONS OF THE N We have made arrangements whereby scribers can procure a Hll sub- n, Jo-ha- Life Size Crayon Portrait, 10X20 niches, and this paper for one year for the low price or fleur-de-li- i Major-g- I&2.00. 1 Celt-Iberian- Irish-America- home talent, and are guaranteed to give tire satisfaction: en- H Specimens Can Be Seen at HOur Office, 326 West Green St. NT j. 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They will find .that advertisements placed iu this paper will be productive of the best results, as it now has a very large circulation among the best class of our citizens. , Subscribe Now. Address all Correspondence and Business Communications to the fr it Anglo-America- " D m wast ftrftfin sx i fl 5 CI icemctxtok:y xsiiur the burgesses of the Market ward, Limer ick, recently in favor of the labor candidates put forward by the Workers' Executive. During the course of a vigorous Record of the Host Important of speech he said it is now time for the workingnien to assert themselves. Let the Recent Events Culled them not be deceived by the cry of unity, From Exchanges. but let them be so united as to stand side by side in support of their own canTynan, of didate, and if they were then beaten at The funeral of Mrs. Juliana the polls, then let them never raise their Foxhill, took place on Thursday Irom heads again. He proposed a resolution, residence, Foxhill, Athy. her late which was unanimously adopted, pledgSydney Hughes, who while riding a ing support to the following candidates MpvpIp collided with a mineral water in the labor interest: John McCormack, van in South Great George's street, died John Madden and P. R. Clery. at Mercer's Hotel. On the evening of December 23 The Hon. Charles Russell, son of Lord Michael Fogarty, a large farmer, residing ttussell. of Killowen. has declined to be at Brittas, when returning home from the Nationalist candidate of the Parlia Thurles met with a severe accident when mentary representation of Derry oty. passing through Gaol street. The horse The Limerick Chamber of Commerce of a jarvey going in the same direction have decided to oppose the proposed swerved, the car coming into contact amalgamation of Waterford and Limer with Mr. Fogarty and knocking him ick and Great Southern and Western down. The car passed over his chest railways. and when picked up he was unconscious. The Cork Electric Tramways Company Medical aid was immediately summoned commenced running their cars December and it was discovered that his ribs had 23 and an admirable service was con been broken, and that he had sustained ducted throughout the city during the severe internal injuries. He was promptday without a single hitch. ly removed to his own residence, a short In the case of HueIi Boyle, a prisoner distanse away. Much regret is felt at under sentence of death in Derry jail for the sad occurrence, as Mr. Fogarty is the murder of his father, the Lord Lieu- very popular and highly respected in the tenant has been pleased to commute the locality. sentence to penal servitude for life. Intense interest is being aroused at Lord French, who since his marriage Birr in the work of preparing for the has been living at Johannesburg, where coming elections. The local Board of there is quite an Irish colony now, has Guardians and Town Commissioners have come home for a trip. He has been always possessed a predominant Unionist staying with his family, who are at pres- party, made up by plural voting in the Poor Law Board and Lord Rosse's powerent residents in Dublin. Among recent arrivals in Ireland are ful influence and a restricted franchise the Earl of Portarlington, the Marquis in the town. It is now intended to change and Marchioness of Lausdownc and the this, and to bring the constitution of Early of Kerry, Lady Fitzgerald, Lady these bodies into conformity with popular Susan Beresford, Col. and Mrs. Kayes views. Under the direction of the Very Rev. Dr. Phelan a strong organized effort and Major and Mrs. Macdonald. is being made to secure the return of vacancy in the The Catholics and Nationalists for all of the County Court Judgeship of the County twenty-on- e seats at the Urban District Clare has at last been announced. County retired, after a Council, and meetings are being held Court Judge Kelly has daily for that purpose. Indeed, everyparticularly long occupancy of his post, thing is in readiness for the contest. remains to be filled. and that post now A Wexford correspondent says: It has A verdict of accidental death was rebeen definitely announced here that a turned at Cork at an inquest on a groom county convention comprised of all sec named Long, who was killed while hunttions and parties of Nationalists will be ing with the Musketry hounds on ThursMonday, January 30, in the man was thrown, his horse held on day. The Needless to say, Town Hall, Wexford. inrolling over him, causing the fatal this announcement has caused a great juries. deal of commotion and discussion At the meeting of the Dungarvan Board throughout the town and county. The of Guardians, J. V. O'Brien presiding, T. objects for which the convention is to be Power proposed and John Greene sec- called are the consideration of the com onded a resolution expressing approba- ing County and District Council election of the action of the Limerick Board tions, appointment of local committees of Guardians in favor of unity. O'Shea and the adoption of other steps for sum supported the .resolution, which was moning meetings of the electors in every adopted unanimously. district for the purpose of selecting can So far there has been no change in the didates. Of course, it is not yet certain if strike of dock laborers. The men are the various parties see their way to ap still out, and police are kept constantly point representatives to attend the meet on duty on the quays. T. Harrington, ing. M. P., has been asked by themen to inA public meeting of artisans, laborers tervene, and has consented to do so. A and others was held in the Town Hall, conference with Mr. Middleton has, it is Wexford, for the purpose of selecting tenvarraniredrnd-ltis-lioped candidates in the'interests oTttie"work the matter will be amicably settled within ingmen in connection with the forthcoma short time. ing municipal elections. There was a Thomas P. McCarthy, who is well very large attendance. R. J. Cosgrave known in Nationalist circles, has issued was in the chair. Edward O'Connor said his address to the Electors of the arrived. that the workingman's day-hadistrict of the Limerick County There was no use in his complaining Council. Mr. McCarthy has the support about municipal mismanagement or un of all sections of Nationalists and his fair dealings in the future, as the whole flection is a foreeone conclusion. He is matter now rested with themselves. He Treasurer of the Kilfianne G. A. Club, hoped they would make certain to elect Cham- proper men to represent their interests. whose teanr are the pions in hurling. They comprised a majority of the elect The tenants, on the estate of Lady Jane ors and they were entitled to a majority Moore, Coolmahon, County Cork, have of the Councillors. They should return iust completed the agreements for the good men, who would build good houses purchase of their holdings through the for the artisan and laborer, let them at a rent, advocate Land Commission by means ot btate low home trade and fair wages and sup local industries. purchase money in all cases port loans. The It is surprising to hear that up to some is seventeen years on the present rents, which, except in a few small lots, are days ago there was still living a witness judicial. Richard Rice, Solicitor, Per of some of the most atrocious scenes en moy, carried out the necessary prelimi acted by the Yeos and the military in the dark days of '08. This was Mrs. Mary naries. McDonald, who resided at a place Called The action of the Amnesty Association Hill, Carlow, and who has just obtaining pledges from candidates for Brown'3 in resolu- passed away at the extreme age of 110 the new corporation to support a years. She was born in the parish of tion favoring amnesty to political prison- Aries, in the Queen's county, a few miles ers appears both sensible and timely. from the town of Carlow, and she wit There is no possible excuse for prolonging nessed the house burnings in that de few political the imprisonment of the voted town, when, it will be remembered, prisoners still incarcerated in English the soldiery not only prevented many of jails for their devotion to Ireland's cause, the inmates escaping, but forced several the and a strongly worded protest-froof the unfortunate insurgents into the first municipal Body in Ireland elected burning dwellings. Among those who under the new law can not fail to hasten were implicated in the attack on Carlow the day of delivery. was Sir Edward Crosbie, who was gennight a largely attended erally known as "the gentlemanly On Tuesday meeting of the committee having charge knight." The only evidence against him of the making of arrangements for erect- was that some of the insurgents, before ing a memorial to the men who shed advancing on the town, had gone through their blood for Ireland in 1708 was held some exercises in drill on the lawn in e front of his house. He was tried by at Ryan's Hotel, Thurles. Charles occupied the chair. After a short courttnartial and sentenced to be hanged. was forwarded for him, ljut discussion the Secretary of the commit- A reprieve took care his enemies that it should ar-H. Ryan, was directed to write to rive too late. One of the recollections of tee, D. several sculptors for designs and quota- the late Mrs. McDonald was the sight of tions, with i view to assist the committee the body of Sir Edward Crosbie hanging to arrive at a decision as to what form from a tree on the spot where the Shamrock Hotel now stands. the memorial would take. The remains of the late Very Rev. At an adjourned meeting of the Carlow Commissioners a letter was read Canon Brosnan were interred in the Town Cahirci-veefrom James Kirkland, Secretary and O'Connell Memorial church at During his lifetime he had erected Grand Canal Company, in Manager which, referring to the recent floods in a vault where he expressed a wish to be the Barrow, he expressed regret to learn buried, so that his body should lie in the that they caused such serious results, but church to the erection of which he deadded that the late rainfall was of such a voted so many years of his life. It is to the church vry exceptional nature he trusted they be regretted that his death. was not The walls Blight never have a similar experience. completed before of that building are not yet completed, He further remarked that the floods were and around about the good the worst that have occurred during their side are many tokens of hispriest's graveenergies. It recollttction. is to be hoped that his admirers will now of the Maidstone Union An inmate work for the accomplishment of his named Frederick Reader has been sen greatest amDition. The people who took twenty-on- e days hard labor tenced to part in the ceremonies were representaHe was sum for refractory conduct. tive of all creeds and classes. The funeral moned before the House Committee and procession passed through the main talA he must endeavor to obtain work. streets of the town. There were about He left the room, but returned, and with twenty priesta, followed by the Children eousklttable force threw a hot suet pud of Mary and the school girls of the PreA striking feature diug at the Chairman of the board, The sentation Convent. the sad event was the in connection with rolled great sorrow shown by the poor master seized Reader and they women together in portions of the pudding on of the place, who while the funeral cortwas eventually over- ege was passing along the route indulged the floor. Reader powered and taken to the police station.. in their old accustomed kneehnr, which followed when any benefactThe nutter's frock coat was quite spoiled is generallyclass nasses or of their away. When the by the pudding, and the board have de remains were laid to rest every one knelt mm a new gannenr, cided to give down and offered up heartfelt prayers for the repose of the zealous priest's soul. John Daly addressed large meeting ambricak IRANIC. IRELAND. HIBERNIANS. What They Have Been Doing the Past Week General News Notes. JOHN is. ClayStreet Brewery, S12 Telephone 209-- 2. WALTERS'. -- Clean Coal Is What Yow Got. Try our and S14 CLAY STREET. LOUISVILLE, KY. COLONY 1st Quality, 4th Pool long-expect- Division 5 of Combridgeport held its annual ball on January 20. The Hibernian Knights held a joint drill and business meeting last night. Division 12, of Boston, will have its annual ball in Union Park February 8. The Hibernians Knights were glad to have Martin Sheehan with them again. Yountr Men's Division No. 0 has also come to the front for the Kentucky Irish American. Division 31, of Dorchester, will give its annual dance ot Bloomfield Hall on February 8. Division C8. of Boston, will nave us first annual ball in Odd Fellows' Hall, January 20. Division 3 is to be congratulated upon its report that none of its members are on the sick list. The Hibernian Rifles of Bridgeport will celebrate St. Patrick's day by giving a soiree to their friends. The Hibernian Knights have a good treasury, and they say the trip to Boston is already an assured fact. The nineteenth annual ball of Division 0, of Boston, was held in Roughan's Hall, Charlestown, Wednesday evening. The Kentucky Irish American is glad to acknowledge the friendly spirit exhibited toward it by the members of Division 3. Division 3 accepted the invitation of the Ladies' Auxiliary to attend the dance and euchre, and is sure to be well represented. Owing to the inclemency of the weather there was a small attendance at the last business meeting of the Hiber nian Knights. The County Board Finance Committee held an interesting session Tuesday night. The next session will take place on the evening of January 30. Invitations to the soiree and dance of No. 6 can be had of any of the members of the division. These are complimentary and no person will be admitted without one. Messrs. D. J. Tierney, George Daniel, Will McCarthy, Edward Holly and John Casey can always be depended upon to favor the pleasant dances given by Di vision G. Joseph Lynch takes great interest in company matters, and if his wishes are carried out the company will be enabled to shortly put up a drill that will be hard to equal. The meeting of the Young Men's Division Tuesday evening was largely at tended, there being more members pres ent than has been witnessed for some time past. PITTSBURGH COAL Screened Lump, 2.r, bus Screened Lump, 100 bus Anthracite, best quality, per ton Crushed Coke, 50 bus. . ITALIAN-SWIS- S 219-22- 7 WINE CO., $2.23 9.00 0.G0 WHAIXEN BROTHERS, Proprs., LIQUORS OF KLL KINDS, Teleplione aiOO. LOUlSVlLLBf . West Jefferson Street. AND RETAIL DEALERS IN 4.50 WHOLESALE PACIFIC COAL CO. Office, 452 W. Jefferson St. 'Phones 1821 and 871. ICY. i DANIEL DOUGHERTY. THOMAS KEENAN. j m m fuuyiiui 1229 III ))) uy a ruumuh, UNDERTAKERS, West Market Street, Bet. 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Its age and purity Special attention paid to otders for family or medicinal purposes. 11 I 3 Gran W.Smith's Sons Funeral Directors And Embalmers.. MISS KATE SMITH, S. JE. aspresidingTomcerf the Hibernian Knights, displays a parliamentary acumen that surprises his most Jenry-Hallih- IT'S PURE. L- LAGER BEER AND PORTER All Kinds of LOUISVILLE, KY. Lady Assistant and Etnbalmer. Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice. Kil-fina- All-Irela- Cul-han- n. ardent supporters. questioned. a John Barrett was a visitor at the meeting of Division 3, and made some interesting remarks relative to the formation of the Gaelic class and the study of the Irish language. The Hall Board as at present consti-ute- d Is an excellent one, and Division 3 displayed good judgment in the selection of Joseph P. Taylor, James Coleman and Patrick Holley as its representatives. There was an unusually large attendance at the meeting of Division 3 last Wednesday evening. The yearly report showed more money in the treasury than ever before in the history of this division. The Rev. William T. McLaughlin and Edward M. Waldron, State Chaplain and State President, of New Jersey, respectively, are now in Florida, where they will remain until about the middle of February. The yearly report of the officers of the Young Men's Division shows it to be in a healthy financial condition, the balance in the treasury exceeding expectations. The receipts at the meeting Tuesday night were quite large. Military Division 46 had its second annual ball in Lyceum Hall, East Boston, and it proved to be very enjoyable. The room was decorated with the national colors and insigna of the order. There was a large attendance. Division 8, of Springfield, Mass., has appointed a committee consisting of P. F. Haggerty, P. F. Mitchell and Vincent P. Coghlan, to organize a class for the study of the Irish language and history under Mr. Haggerty's direction. The members of the Young Men's Division have resolved to form a Recruiting Committee for the purpose of increasing the membership. They will invite their friends to join, and their efforts are expected to produce gratifying results. Last Monday evening Division 2 of Bridgeport, Conn., gave a smoker that surpassed anything before attempted in that city. Invitations were extended to all the Hibernians of the city, and State President James Bree, of New Haven, was the guest of honor. Private Cornelius Buckley, of Company D, Ninth Massachusetts Volunteers, who served through the Cuban campaign, was tendered a reception and presented with a purse of gold by his brother members U)f Military Division 37, of Boston. The Hon. E. J. Slattery, State President of the order, made the presentation speech. At the annual meeting of Division I, Ladies' Auxiliary, of Worcester, Miss M. E. A. Farrell, the President, reported a membership of eighty-ninin addition to the six admitted that evening. All bills for the year have been settled, and $100 has been paid to the Hibernian building fund, leaving a balance in the bank sufficient to keep the society on a sound financial basis. A committee was appointed to arrange for a calico party in February, At a meeting of Division 8, of Clinton, Mass., on the 5th inst,, a number of the e, His rulings are never SMITH & DUGAN, flusic Hall, SIXTH 'ANNUAL 131 COR. EIG-T-ITI-- AND Printing West Market St. BIG TELEPHONE 810. .jFFKIiSO STS. I Muiooon Monument Gompanij DESIGNERS AND MASK BALL To FOUR ROUTE BUILDERS OF AND SCOTCH GRANITE ITALIAN MARBLE, AMERICAN lit Qtven By The MOSE GREEN CLUB At Music Hall. MONDAY Indianapolis Peoria flonuments. Artistic Work Only Solicited. Workshops and Studios, Carrara, Italy. CHICAGO AND ALT, POINTS WAREROOMS, 322 to 328 WEST GREEN STREET, g IN INDIANA and 30. .. NIGHT, JANUARY . MICHIGAN. . SCALLY'S UNION BAND. BEST TERMINALS UNION DEPOT Corner Seventh St. and River. 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