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I IF fN lJ iiIIJILLIIrJiArI IRISH VOLUME IINO 4 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JANUARY 28 1899 PRICE FIVE CE GOOD CHEER Prevailed at the Hibernian Smoker and Reunion Tuesday Night Addresses Delivered by lion John Ryan James Rogers and Several Others Musical Selections Rendered hy Scallys Orchestra a Pleas ing Feature MANY DIVISIONS WERE REPRESENTED i The smoker and stag social tendered the members of the Ancient Order of Hibernians by Division 1 last Tuesday i evening was an unqualified success amI those who were not present missed tbe treat of the season in Irish Antericai circles There was a large attendance of members when President Edward Clancy called the meeting to order all anxiou to transact the regular business as speedily as possible in order that the soda session might be opened While the regular order was being gone through with there were constan arrivals of members and visitors fron other divisions until there had assembled an audience fullyas large as that which attended the reunion of the Irish American Society last week The arriva of Tom Scallys Union Band and a large delegation from Jeffersonville headed by President William Riley Redmond Stan ton and John Kenney Sr caused grea enthusiasm and they were given a warn receptionAfter usual reports of committee had been received and acted upon new members elected aud all important busi ness transacted President Clancy in ia few well chosen words declared a reces and invited all to adjourn to the front hall to enjoy the hospitality of Division 1 The invitation was unanimonsly accept ed and from thence until midnight mirth and music ran riot Upon proceeding to the front hall all were both surprised and gratified to seethe bounteous feast that had been pro vided by Tom Cody Tom Keenan John J Keane George Haley and Michae Collins both solid and liquid This was SealPtf Ackerman Brewing ompanyrJr he proved the right man Bright pIt etWhile the refreshments were being partaken of the orchestra rendered several popular selections and when the inner man had been satisfied and all provided with a smoke the fun began President 1 Clancy appointed Tom Keenan master of ceremonies and the hit of the entire evening was made when the latter called forth Pat OConnor connected with theii Allison bicycle house who is undoubtedly the most skilled player on the concertina in this part of the country His i first selections were liThe Wind Whichi 1 Shook the Barley and the Blackberry I Blossom which had the effect of instilling new life into many of the older men and when followed by the Con 1 naught Mans Rambles there was not a still foot in the hall During the en suing hours Mr OConnor played aC number of inspiring Irish selections t among them Tatter Jack Walsh I Pigeon on the Gate Mrs McClouds 1 Reel and Rocky Road to DublinII which had the effect of bringing out on the floor many who had not shook afoot for years Michael Collins FeterII Quinn Tom Noone and Peter Crane danced an oldfashioned breakdown that was a revelation to the younger set and would be hard to equal Chairman Keenan then requested the audience to repair to time meeting ball where other exercises were to followI He first introduced James Rogers one of the original promoters of the order in Jefferson county twentyfive years ago who spoke in complimentary terms of Division 1 and the good work it had done as did also John Barrett another pioneer of the order James Concannon convulsed the audi ence with one of his comic Irish songs and was compelled to respond to an en core Scallys orchestra followed with a finely rendered musical selection and responded to the encore with a cornet solo that was well received President William Riley of Division 1 of Jeffersonville was introduced and made an interesting talk telling of what his division had accomplished and claim ing for it the banner of the Falls Cities He concluded by extending an invitation f to all Louisville Hibernians to visit their Jeffersonville brethren and attend the lecture to be given under their auspices on St Patricks day State Secretary James Coleman made a few impromptu remarks eulogizing the old war horses of the order and told how they had not only taken care of the sick and relieved those in distress but also buried the dead Mr OConnors rendition of Any Mans Wife But Your Own created a furore and in an instant nearly every man in the audience had joined in the dance that was started by Mike CollinsI and Peter Quinn John Kennedy of r Jeffersonville performed two pieces on the new piano which crested a favor able impression of the ability of the player and the excellence of the instru ment lion John Ryan was next introducedI to the assemblage anaI male what proved to be the address of the night During his remarks he referred in a fee- ing manner to the heroic deeds of Irishmen for this Government from its found ation to the present and said that none had more reason to feel proud of the hisI tory of their forefathers than the your Irishmen of today His tribute to J motherhood and women was a glowin- one as their virtue and charity were recognized and honored by all men and nations He also urged all to live up t the principles of Hibernianism stating that to do so was the best way to serve God and man Mr Ryan concluded hi remarks by urging all to unite in a fitting celebration of the silver jubilee of the order this spring Ills remarks were frequentlyapplauded After this addres- the orchestra gave an excellent renditiot of Pretty Grace OMalley recently published in the Kentucky Irish Amerit canMr John Kenney Sr of Jefferson1a ville was next introduced He made i few brief remarks and concluded bjy singing the Wearing of the Green There were several other short talks by President Joseph Taylor James Breen of Jeffersonville and others and singing by ViPresident Thomas DolanI John Carney James Concannon andI Secretary John Kennedy of Jefferson vineTomCody sang a German song a only he can which created a Fensatioi and a great deal of mirth and Jame Furey rendered two selections in thi Irish language Before adjourning President Clancy and the division tendered a vote oIf thanks to Thomas Scally and his orches1 tra for the excellent music furnishedI which was of a superior order Upon the adjournment all were luud in theiir praises of Division 1 and its efficient offii cers and committees and thus ended one of the most pleasing events of the past season in Louisville Hibernian circles Among the visitors from Division 1 olfI Jeflersonville were President Riley Sec retary Kennedy Redmond Stanton Jolts Kenney Sr Mike Coy Dan McCarthy John Kenney Jr John Kavanaugh I Timothy Kenney William Burke Johni Breen John Hogan James Breen WillI iam Shea Tom Kavanagh Charles Tracy and Frank Lync- hMICHAEL r J LOGAN Was the Pioneer of the GaelicS Language Movement In America 11h ica Twentyfive years ago Mr Logan began his cherished and patriotic work and for years he devoted his time and energy to what appeared to many of his countrymen a hopeless task But he ived to see the Irish language movement put upon a basis which gives promise of attaining wonderful growth here Mr Logan occupied a prominent place in Brooklyn for many years because of his many contributions to the local press on political and general subjects Dornt in Galway Ireland September 29 1836 ic came to Brooklyn in 1871 and almost immediately started the movement for the cultivation and preservation of the Irish language and opened an Irish anguage school He was publisher and editor of theI Gael a monthly paper partly printed in the Gaelic language He had a valuable library in the Gaelic tongue many volume of which were 200 years old With the aid of Prof OGrowney he published The Star Spangled Banner in the Celtic language and it was extensively cir culatedAt recent convention held in New York which resulted in the formation of the Gaelic League of America Mr Logan was elected National Secretary a post which he was eminently qualified to fill Father Henebry Professor of Gaelic in the Catholic University of America at Washington D C is President of the league In starting his paper the GaelI Mr Logan surmounted obstacles which would have discouraged a less earnest and patriotic man Although not a practical printer by trade he procured type in the Irish char acters and patiently labored at the work until he produced a bilingual paper of much interest to all students of the Gaelic Over twenty years ago he wrote articles upon the revival of the Gaelic language for the Irish World which at tracted much attention in Ireland and give an impetus to the movement there which has grown to the splendid national proportions of today under the Gaelic League QUIT THE ROAD Mr Peter Quinn one of the oldtime railroaders who was for fifteen years with the Ohio Mississippi the Louis vine Southern three years and latterly with John Lincoln on the Louisville St Louis Texas has at last consented1 to retire from railroading This is in accordance with the wishes of his four sons two of whom are established in the barber businessThomas on Portland1 avenue and Mike at the Galt House His other sons are Patrick with the Witherspoon Shoe Company and James with whom he will be hereafter aSsoc- iated in business at Seventeenth and Lytle where he will be at home to his friends and former associates Mr Quinn occupies a high position in IrishAmer ican circles and all congratulate him upon his advent into the business world The telephone girt has an extensive calling acquaintance t tr JAMES MGILX Elected President of the CentralI AnotherhgYears Service Largest Delegate Meeting lithe History of the Locals Labor Movement IntentsItti nof Advising a Scccs slon of Unions THE PRINTERS WERE CARED FOR The contest for the Presidency of thee Central Labor Union which for some time past has attracted the attention of the trades unionists of this city results in the election of James McGill the present incumbent by a decisive majors ity The meeting of the Central Labo Union last Sunday afternoon was thee largest one in the history of the labo movement in Louisville there being IK delegates present This fact may sur prise some but it should not as the trade unionists in this city are much stronger than the foregoing would indicate then being a number of organizations hen that have never been affiliated with the central body notably the various railway brotherhoods bricklayers and others The race was a warmly contested one friends of both candidates making ever effort to secure a majority of the votes to be cast and with this end in view a nuns ber of old organizations were prevailed 1 upon to again send representatives whip during the past fall and winter severalI new labor bodies have been formed and were represented The statement that the work of organization was carried 0111 for political purposes is not borne out as is evidenced by the fact that the votes of the newlyadmitted delegates were abou equally distributed between Messrs Mc Gill and Christen Since the election there has been news paper talk of some of the more prowli nent unions withdrawing from the cen tral body A number of labor men hay been interviewed regarding the matter i rat theydI ions xvil iomy re ng made to improve the condition of the toilers Others advance the argument that secession a is to be deplored under any circum stances and is in violation of the policy being carried out by the American Fed eration of Labor and indorsed by the national and international trades unions O From the foregoing it is apparent that the rumored disruption has no founda tion The labor unions will determine their future action only at their regular meetings where calm judgment will prevail The following were the officers elected for the ensuing year PresidentJames McGill Vice PresidentJ W Stephens Recording Secretary Thomas Hen nessyFinancial SecretaryCharles PeetzJCorresponding SecreteryGeorge De SouchetTreasurerW A PoolISergeantatArmsNelson Green Board of DirectorsWalter M Young Chairman Charles Henthorn Harry Sheldon John Fuchs and S K Adams The body displayed its wisdom in the selection of its Chairman of the Board of Directors which position is next to that of President in importance Walter M Young repre ents the Typographical Union is a man of good judgment well posted on labor matters fully equipped to handle any of the problems that may come before the board and will prove a reliable and fairminded official He is also Chairman of the Printing Commit tee which augurs well for the typos In the appointment of the committees the printers were also recognized Mr James Martin employed on the Courier Journal being placed on both the Leg islative and Grievapcc Committees When it conies to the framing of laws and pushing them to adoption he will prove to be one of the ablest men ever on that important committee President McGill also recognized all sideb and tendered important places to Mr Christen and his most prominent supportersThere those who would like to have seen George Roser of the plumbers elected Secretary but he had just de clined the office of President of his own union which he has filled for a nnmber of years and therefore did not feel like accepting one in the central body From what can he gathered there is 1liot time bitter feeling existing that some would have the public believe many saying the rumors of disaffection are being circulated for the avowed purpose of injuring the movement rather than through a spirit of friendship During the past few months the work men of Ireland have taken great interest in the politics of that country and the results of the first elections under the new Irish local government act are note worthy for the success of the Labor party especially in the larger cities Of sixty representatives in Dublin fifteen of the candidates of the Lahotl party were elected In Limerick twentyfour of the forty representatives elected belong to I y r the Labor party Their candidate was was also elected to tjie Mayoralty of the city There were alseveral Labor vic toriee in Cork and other cities through out the country the workingmen art well organized and their Trades OSTm cils especially thai of Dublin wield tm powerful influence Commenting athek clause f the laws to govern Alaska which makes t cl criminal offense to induce threaten o- t intimidate workinjpnen into a strike Representative Co bran of Missouri said Sir this stat te as construed bj judges such as those who invented government by injunctii would brand as t crime the angry protest and righteous9 resistance of such a programme and ren der comparatively essy the substitution l of human vermin for the brave fellow who having brave the elements andIl risked their lives itf the development blff Alaska have the jjfght to expect fair wages I The clause was stricken out oif the bill jAfter ten years oju separation the Cen tral Labort Union aM the Central Labor Federation of New ork the two repre senting a membership of 100000 work ingmen were amalgamated on January r 15 The new organi iIon is to be known1i as the Central Federated Union of New r York jt The Ohio Falls Jar Works are very busy They have been awarded the con tract to build 1000 cars for the Denver S Rio Grande which v ill give a large force of men steady emplo ment for some time to come j among the sales omen of New York Mrs Richard Crock r enjoys the reputa tion of being the and most con siderate There shopper are kifkifest fewer suicides among miners any other class of workmen 1 MORNING ON THE IRISH COAST I The incident which prompted the writ ing of time following oenm was it is said I related to the author by a friend on his return to America from a visit to Ireland On the voyage over Hie American gentle than made the acquaintance of an old Irishman who in hit frank and way told him that ate had been thirtyy years in the States and that he was then going home to spendthe evening of his tile amid the scenes of his boyhood Tine old mans deep anxjety to see Ireland once more made them aUthors friend takee a special interest in him The night be I fore the boat reached the Irish shorte I they both remained cm deck anal as the x1broke they we rewarded for their the dim outline tit- us e u t1 rs The top o the morrnl lannal Than AMoDhia but there it isl The dawn on the hills of Ireland Gods angels lifting the nights black eilg From the fair sweet face of my sirelaud Ireland isnt it grand you looktILike a bride in her rich adornin 1- 1And with all the pentup love of my heart- I bid you The top o1 the mornin II This one brief hour pays lavishly back For many a year of mourning Id almost venture another flightcTheres so much joy in returningrWatching out for the hallowed shoreaAll other attractioDsscorninjP O Ireland dont you hear me shoutcI bid you The top o1 the mornin t lo ho upon Cleanas shelving strand The surges are gladly beating nd Kerry is pushing her headlands out To give us the kindly greeting On to the shores the seabirds fly On pinions that know no drooping And out from the cliffs with welcome charged- A million waves come trooping 3 kindly generous Irish land ISo leal and fair and lovingcNo wonder the wandering Celt should think And dream of you in his rovingfThe alien home may have gems and gold Shadows may never have gloomed it 1 Jut the heart will sigh for the absent land Where the lovelights first illumed it And doesnt old Cove look charming there- Watching the wild waves motion Leaning her back up against the hills And the tips of her toes in the ocean II wonder I dont hear Shandons bells Oh maybe their chimings over For its many a year since J began The life of a Western rover For thirty summers asthore machreeI Those hills I now feast my eyes on Neer met my vision save when they rose Over memotysdim horizon Een so twas grand and fair they seemed In the landscape spread before me But dreams are dreams and my eyes would ope To see Texas sky still oer me Oh oft upon the Texan plains When the day and the chase were over My thoughts would fly oer the weary wave Andaround this coast linehover And the prayer would rise that some future day All danger and doubting scornin I might help to win for my native land The light of young Libertys mornin1 Now fuller and truer the shoreline shows Was ever a scene so splendid I feel the breath of the Munster breeze Thank God that my exiles ended Old scenes old songs old friends again The vale awl the cot I was born hll ffopi fay heed of hearts 19IfelndluP top o the Wanda1 BOOMING Is Division 4 of the Ancient Order of Hibernians of This City- r I President Hciincssy Now Lead in the Race for theI Prize Badger Three Now Members Wore Inl Applim cations Received THE SOCIAL SESSION WAS A SUCCES There was a large attendance at the meeting of Division 4 of the Ancieni Order of Hibernians Wednesday evening many being present because of the an nouncement in these columns that the division was to hold another of its soda sessions and the knowledge of the fact it would likely be the last event of the kind until after the Lenten season President John Hennessy was in the chair After reports of committees hind been received and acted upon Pat Man gan John Toomey Edward Devine M Wolfe and Pat OShaughnessy were hilt iated as members of the division Nine applications were presented by President Hennebsy which were referred to the Membership Committee for investigation It will not take long to double the mem ship if this boom is continued The division has offered an elegant prize badge to the one bringing in the most members and the President has an np parently safe lead The announcement of his good work was received with great enthusiasm Messrs Joseph Lynch William Ansbrc and John Hellon were elected to repre 1sent the division on the Hall Board for the ensuing year the two former being reelectedCounty President John Murphy was introduced to the members by President Hennessy and made a talk lasting hat an hour in which he dwelt on the growth of the order throughoutthe country and particularly in Louisville He also come plimented Division 4 on the good work it was doing and cautioned the membersI as to the folly of being careless in the observance of tevsMr llirpbys re Jts nbelrlli lgaettt23i lauded Shortly before the arrival of the hour for adjournment Edward Dalton and the Literary Committee retired and prepared for the social session which was a lively one There was no prearranged pro ramnte and after partaking of the efreshments sent from Pcenix Hill tim- enembers arranged themselves around the tall to listen to songs and stories and enjoy a smoke Jerry Hallahan and William Ansbro vere the masters of ceremonies and first ntroduced Mike Hoerty who sang a- omic Irish song in imitable style Sec Tom Kelly related a couple of- amusing tales after which William Mur hy sang a song of the days of 08 that treated a decided impression After repeated calls from everyone present and the assurance that it would not be published President John Murphy responded and entertained the members in a manner that surprised and delighted the entire audience and was loudly applauded Among the most amusing features of i the evening were the two glove contests me by two members who had had previous experience and the other by two who had never before donned the mitts The wellwaxed floor was hard to stand is on and as a result the latter two were onstantly going down their efforts to jet in a good blow causing great laughter James Kenealey sang a song that iroused great enthusiasm and after several good stories had been told the members adjourned all voting they had the good time predicted in a former issue of the Kentucky Irish American MANY MADE MERRY The Butchers Union Celebrates and Bestows Fine Badges Music Hall presented an animated scene Monday night time occasion being the annual ball of the Butchers Union The hall was crowded with the wives and children sweethearts and friends of the members At OH5 ocldckl the entire union marched in double file from the first floor to the second where the grand march was given under the leadership of Mr Sebastian Welsbach President of the union who was attired in the costume of Uncle Sam Cheer after cheer were given for the butchers as they marched around the hall Each man carried an American flag Those who had been members of the union for twentyfive years and over were escorted to the stage and Mr Welsbach introduced Judge Thompson who made a short address The veteran butchers were then presented with badges Mr Weisbach making the pre sentation speech and the Misses Carrie Frank Bertby Schaefer and Lillie Beck assisting him in their distributiH Among the many present were Major Lawson Sheriff Henry Bell Col John Whallen Mike Sweeney Tint J Sulli van Qua Kane John Murphy James Klnnarney William Sheridan Alderman l William OHearn Frank McGrath D JJ Murphy Prank Dugan E J OBrien Val Lester Edmund Guilford and many othersPark Commissioner Gottlieb Layer was untiring in his endeavors to provide for the entertainment of the guests and won the good opinion and friendship of every oneAt midnight a bounteous supper was served in the lower hall ROUSING MEETING The Hibernians Will Entertain Their Friends With a Social Session During the past two months the members of the different divisions of the Ancient Order of Hibernians have beet indulging in pleasures galore The firstI social session of the winter was given by Division 2 and they will close the seasoni by giving another on Thursday evening February 9 at which they will entertaini their members and their lady friend and vistors from the other divisions in Louisville The affair is in the hands of the officers who will endeavor to agea programme that will surpass any yet presentedWhen President William T Median took the chair Thursday evening there was a fair attendance The different committees made their reports which showed the division to be in a prosperous conditionEdward Dwyer was initiated and three applications were referred Tire mem bers decided to make an effort to boom the division and will start off with three initiations at the next meetingI President Meehan introduced Mr John Barrett to the members who delivered one of the ablest addresses ever made before the division during which he re lated much of its history stating that No 2 had during its existence paid out over 15000 in sick and funeral benefits besides assisting those enjoying good health materially and financially Mr Barrett also paid a glowing tribute to the Kentucky Irish American commending it to the members of the order and say ing it should be found in every Irish American home He also complimented the other divisions on the zeal they were displaying and predicted a brilliant future for the order Interesting remarks were also made by Cornelius Ford Tom Camfield and Presi dent Meehan Daniel Cronin was issuedj a transfer card much to the regret of the members The full particulars of thi social session will be COUNTY mportant Meeting Relative t to St Patricks Day Celebration c This Saturday evening there will be a meeting of the County Board of the 1 indent Order of Hibernians at Hiber niill1 Hall before which many matters of iterest to IrishAmericans will come for onsideration County President Murphy was compelled to call the meeting for to ight as the halls will be occupied eachJ ight next week The manner in which St Patricks day will be observed will be determined by the representatives of the various divisions and as there are several plans uggested all are urgently requested toe present The proposition to hold quarterly meetings of all the Hibernians in the city will also come before thea board for discussionFThe silver jubilee celebration of the 1 order is another important matter to come before the County Board and there a desire among the members that it beII given immediate attention The differ ent divisions are anxious to begin the work of preparation for the event atJJ onceJJ mceIn addition to the foregoing the quar and erly and yearly reports will be received acted upon with some other matters not yet ready to be made public and the board will therefore have a busy session EXCELLENT PERFORMANCE The minstrel performance given by St Johns School Union Tuesday and Wednesday evenings were an unqualified uccess and many have expressed a mope that the young men will soon repeat them The audiences were delighted vith the work of the entire company and where all done so well it would be wiong to make individual mention The end menJacob Ulmer Jacob Graft M F Hill and E B Mann kept the audience constantly laughing all of their jokes and witticisms being new and uptodate During the first part comic and sentimental songs were excellently rendered by the end men and L J Veeneman Andrew Johns and L D Bar The song and dance of Jacob and Florence Ulmer was a pleasing feature of the entertainment as were the sketches and songs by Messrs Reichert and Speaker while Jacob Grafts stump speech convulsed the audience with laughter- IIDummelmelers Hotel proved a much more enjoyable farce than had been anticipated In this Joe Hill distinguished himself as Officer McBranui gan The other parts were taken care of by Messrs B Speaker H Schaefer Jr L Ulmer A Johns H J Veeneman The vocal selections of Henry Schaefer were also well received Repeat boys 1 Two fools And two handkerchiefs are the nnl7iingredients necessary to court potiddasilly flirtation rc FRANKFOR Fred Kellner Marries n Pr nont Capital City Socitj H Young Lady j The Hibernian Book Redo Was u Very Great Social Success Novel Contest Now on Bet Members of the Fran fort Division INCREASE OF MEMBERS EXPE Special KentuckyAmerican FRANKFORT KY Jan 27Time reception given by Division N Ancient Order of Hibernians last nesclay night was a grandsuccess ly and otherwise Over sevent handsomely bound volumes were ceived and these added to the already possessed by the division make quite a nice library New volu both historical and otherwise late it zincs and newspapers of the day weekly be added to it and in a yea so Divisian No 1 will have a lib second to none in the city The Lie Committee Messrs McNamara Jt and C B Downey willendea build it up as rapidly as possible an have the assistance and cooperat every member of the Ancient Or Hibernians The division desk thank its many friends for the 1r donation of books received at the reception Mr Michael Crowley a forme known resident of this city died iinf ington last week Quite a large number of gentlem tended the smoker given by Divfsli Wednesday night last at their ha Choice Havana and pipes were indulg tit and cards served to amuse them un 11 oclock when all repaired homewat Miss Katherine Kellner of Louisville Is the guest of Miss Lizzie Weitzel The euchre to be given at the Ancient Order of Hibernians hall Wednesday night February 1 promies to be a delightful event Myip Tm TmiiigBrcf1 r tl iiitte dc= arantee all The Court of Appeals has affirmed the verdict for 500 damages rendered against the publishers of the Louisville Commercial for printing a slanderous article That paper inferred that a gentleman of Owensboro was the meanest man on earth He brought suit for libel and was sustained by the courts At the meeting of Division 1 A O H Tuesday January 17 a contest was inaugurated to secure new members The livision was devided into two sidesthe red white and blues and the greens iapt Charles Pine and Lieuts D J Mc Ullgott and D J McNamara will COIn nand the greens while Capt William- D Lewis and Lieuts Tobe Downeys and William Cushion will endeavor to lead the red white and blues to victory The contest closes March 3 next and the side securing the largest number of members will be entertained at supper by the side losing Both sidesare working hard and the membership will undoubtedly be reatly increased as the initiation fee bas been reduced from f3 to 1 for sixty lays The members line up as follows Red white and blues Capt William- D Lewis Lieut Tobe Downey Lieut iVilliam Cushion J Donahoe James Pyne James Lillis P M Collins Robert Loyd O Rath Edward Hunt John Hunt P Coleman D Rath P Phiflie M OBrien John Coleman and P Calli hanGreensCapt Charles Pyne Lieut D JF McElligott Lieut D J McNamara P OBrien J Corbett John Hogan Owen Canty John Dolan William Downey P Ji Coleman L A OConnor P Rath C B Downey Edward Callihan M Burke J W Cushion and John Wallace Frederick F Kellner of Louisville son of President John F Kellner of the Frank Fehr Brewing Company and Miss Florence G Weitzel one of this citys most charming young ladies were mar ried here Wednesday afternoon at the home of the brides sister by Rev Thomas Major The couple left immediately for an Eastern trip after which they will reside in Louisville The Frankfort subscribers are again requested to pay their subscriptions to our agent Mr D J McNamara today Saturday as the Kentucky Irish American needs the money very much NIQHTOWL CLUB EUCHRE The NightOwl Euchre Club has com pleted arrangements for its coming euchre which will be given at the Hall of Mackin Council on Wednesday even ing February 8 Those who attend are assured of a thoroughly enjoyable time The proceeds will be used for the pur pose of making additional improvements to St Georges church IRISH AMERICAN SOCIETY The next meeting of the IrishAmer ican Society will be held in Hibernian Hall Thursday evening There will be a large number applications for mem bership and several important matters will come before the body for consider ton m- mKENTUOKY IRISH AMERIOANINTUGKY IRISH flMERIGflN to the Morel and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans a wxLx4 A21i M xIIQGIiT Put i1M1er RIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY SC Entered at the Louisville Postofflce as SecondClass Matter all Communications to the KENTUCKY IRISII AMERICAN 326 West Green Street r SVILLE KY SATURDAY JAN 28 18991 IC PRIDE vs CROAKERS w that the New Yearthe year 1899 has gotten a fair it might be just as well for nd every one of us to swear swearing off and make np inds to turn overt new leaf a resolute determined hand j Irith a soul firmly resolved toI l l nothing but what is good in 11 eautiful book of the passing This is not intended for a si n though every sermon from ulpit contains and advocates iis herein contained and advo i but simply as a common appeal to commonsense indi ils for their individual and col ve good whose source is in the ral weal of our good city of ville The Kentucky Irish wean is primarily devoted to a terests and wellbeing of the lof Erin who have left the aid isle and cast their lot here us on the Kentucky side of the to their descendants and those whose lot being here JXl jy to take up the duties of l VM Unship and perform those duties iis ugly and cheerfully The entuckian is naturally good tured and confiding He believes erybody else to be a gentleman jJhe rich or poor high or low un t- ltlthe is proven otherwise and that so noble in itself has over and i again even in our own experi in nee beentl h L reqUenUttorthat bntga J subject of this article A Ken tuckian born and naturalized remains a Kentuckian and finds it impossible the world over to mask himself Such has been our expe rience in many lands where we have met hundreds who were born or naturalized and lived for a number of years in Kentucky His civic and State pride is great and ever on the offensive when he is far from the Bluegrass but though his pride is no whit less the result and con sequences of his pride when he i at home are of but small benefitt and often injurious to his State and city and through them to him self To the Kentuckian away from the land washed by the beautiful river nothing is too good for a Kentuckian to the Ken tuckian at home nothing is ttoo good for the outsider Remember we write from a pecuniary andl financial standpoint and can not par ticularize in this article but many f of our readers will catch the drift of our meaning and immediately calll to mind many instances where hundreds of thousands of dollars have been ventured and lost in foreign enterprises to the detriment of tile investors and the lasting injury of i our own fair city which is so able to give good and safe returns to all f investments Such instances hav- eibreeded a numerous class of genuine old hoarsethroated croakers of whom more anon b Ji Bear in mind that we all are in x r duty bound one to the other that the weal of each and every one is the common weal of our whole two hundred thousand citizens and that with the common weall we must I r rise or fall No one that we know of is particularly anxious for a ride r down the snowless toboggan of ad versity and for that reason our I civic pride should be providedwith a frorksi class healthy stimulus which 1 during the coming year will rear 1 willrr enthute two hundred thousand be 1 hap with the fact that they are citizens ofLusvillefirstandlastaud Centuckians all the time So shall d prosper SAVE THE NAVY The proposed increase of our 1 standing army to 100000 men is meeting with opposition in the House of Representatives as well as from the business and working men of the country The vast sums of money that will necessarily be ex ofla large army if the bill becomes a law would be used to much greater advantage if applied to the con t- truction of war vessels and coast defenses While the country deprecates war to follow the course suggested would find us prepared for it and would in the meantime furnish employment for a large number of American workingmen who would be rendering the gov ernment an equivalent for the mon ey taken from the people We can raise a large army at any time but not so with the navy There fore we agree with Mr Hay of i Virginia who concluded his re marks on the measure as follows Our situation is such with ref t- erence to other countries that a large standing army never has been not now nor ever will be a ne cessity Our battles of the future- if there are to be any which God forbid must be fought upon the high seas we must look to our navy bring us victories I would not disparage for one moment the brilliant achievements of our soldiers the late war with Spain they aiejnonuments to American ma- nrancebut iimparv 1- Jstrecordtthose ac levetUe ale into inslgnifi cance in comparison with those great triumphs of our navy which have marked an epoch in navalj warfare The victories of Dewey at Manila and Schley at Santiago crushed the Spanish power Le us then build a strong navy an avoid the dangerous experiment f a great standing army The liber ty of the citizen will not be sup pressed the ballot box can not be desecrated the people of the corms try will not be unduly taxed our commerce will flourish our mer chant marine will grow continually i the produce of our farmers willI find a market our workingmen will be employed and our beloved flag the emblem of liberty and frater nity will float triumphantly over everysea lPROORESS IN IRELAND From several articles in the Rail way World of the current month iit appears that electric traction is making rapid progress in Ireland which has today the distinction of possessing two of the most extensive electric tramway systems iin the kingdom In Dublin a third route has been recently opened bringing the total length of the electric tramways there up to six teen miles and work is proceeding on the remainder of the system which will aggregate when the electrical equipment of the whole is completed over one hundred miles of track This is likely to remain for some time the most ex tensive city system of tramways in the kingdom and in the excellence andcompleteness of the main feat utes of the equipment the system is well fitted to become a Mecca towards which members of localII authorities and other inquirers in the field of local transport may turn Those who have in view the needs of smaller towns may however be encouraged to extend their journey to the Capital of the South There in the ancient city of Cork may be seen in opera 1 tion the third largest electrical tramway syatem I in the kingdom The Railway World gives a fully illustrated description of the undertaking and mentions that the arrangements deserve special atten tion as the power station while primarily designed for tramway purposes is so equipped that it will serve also for the production of current for electric lighting In fact the same engines and dynamos will be used for both purposes From the same station it is also proposed to supply current for driving motors throughout the city for manufacturing and other power purposes The business in all branches promises well and it seems likely to stimulate the growth of Cork in a remarkable way BRITISH CRUELTY The last of the Irish political prisoners in Portland Henry Burton has not received a visit for years all his relatives are in this country and ubt in a position to send over a visitor and even now he consolation is denied him of a visit either from a representative- of the Irish Amnesty Association- or from Mr Clarke one of the re cently released political prisoners who has asked for permission to see him We are at a loss to understand the attitude of the prison authorities Mr Clarkes account of Burtons condition is certainly alarming Why the last of the prisoners in England who is sane should be kept in prison any longer- is certainly strange but why this poor man almost bent double with pain and illness should be denied poor consolation of a visit is an instance of cruelty which the prisons of few countries outside Russia could surpass The trades unionists of Louisville will not be so foolish as to commit suicide because this or that one is dissatisfied with the action of the majority Secession and disruption will not conduce to the amelioration of their condition or growth of true trades union principles We believe the Louisville workingmen lttlKtdnatliiLrJr3L i 4t3l ik act from which it would take years to recover They should always bear in mind the motto of the Sta toof 1of Kentucky United we standI divided we fall The additions to our subscription gratifydare stillmany more who would cheerfully subscribe if our friends would only the paper to them With a little effort the number now taking tb paper could be doubled There iis no reason why our circulation ni should not be 10000 The larger it is the better we can serve our patrons and and advertisers The Kentucky Irish American i would suggest that the excessive e telephone rates imposed upon the Louisville business men be reduced to reasonable figures by fair means instead of through bribery and cor ruption Why should our citizens have to pay double what is charged on the opposite side of the river The fight now going on between the daily papers is to be regretted Scarcely a day passes in which one or the other does not contain slurs and inuendo that should bar them from the family circle William Goebel is the first man to publicly announce himself as a can didate for Governor He standby S the Democratic party indorsing the Chicago platform The Kentucky Irish American takes pleasure in acknowledging its obligations to Hon Edward J Mc Dermott Would there were mor J like him 1 J The tactics resorted to by Gelatt I and his henchmen in their efforts tb establish a new paper verify what we said about them months ago The IrishAmerican Society willtt meet again Thursday I1ightCQt a rect accounts of the proceedings will be found in these columns Gen Eagaii is now being tried by ftialLet us await the Pking I I Frank P Setin spent last Sunday at West Baden Springs Miss Katie Heraty is enjoying a two weeks visit with friends in ChicagoI William Lincoln has recovered from I an attack of the grip and returned to his j positions Phil Holleiibach the wellknown wine importer has been taking a course of the waters at West Darien Misses Minnie and Lizzie Luthin of ItofIt The many friends of Martin Higgins feredf Mr Martin Corcoran who has been seriously ill for the past four weeks is reported to be in a fair way to recovery Pat Kane is confined to his home at Eighth and Oak streets by illness His friends are hopeful of his speedy recovery Miss Mary Murphy will this week leave for New York City where she will reo main some time as the guest of her sis ter Our crayon portraits are pronounced firstclass by all who have seen them of Read the advertisement in another col uuuiebMichaelturned from Ireland will soon be estabb lisped in business at Seventeenth and 0PortlandMr Harry Kirchdorfer who has been seriously ill for some tiineis considerably improved and his physician states hetl will scon be able to be outdOfficer Frank Dignans host of friends will regret that his condition remains unchanged There Is but little hope now entertained for his recovery Mrs Matilda Wallis is recovering from a severe attack of the grip at therl home of her son Z L Wallis 409 Twentieth street She is eightysix years old The many friends and acquaintances of popular Pat Fallen will learn that m ny friends of Mike ODonnell Twentieth and Bank streets will b glad to know that he has so far recovered from his recent illness as to be able to be out again Mike Walsh of Oldham street has become known as the leader of the band He received his title on account of being seen leading the crowd out Seventh street every evening eCrept P J Breen left the city Wednesday for Southern Indiana He wasi called to the bedside of his motherinlaw- e who was reported as not expected to sur vive a recent severe illness M J Palmer residing at Twentyfifth and Bainbridge streets is still confine- dr his home very ill of typhoid fever His many friends are hoping for a favor able change in hits condition Martin Minogue has been confined to his home 1431 Hull street for the past month with an attack of the grip His friends wil be glad to know that he lia so far recovered as to be able to go out The many friends fRev Father Daly of the Dominican church regret that litd lied to succumb to illness He is at present at St Josephs Infirmary HisI speedy recovery iis anxiously hoped for Mr John Holland the popular watch man with the Louisville Packing Com pany and family and James OConnell and family returned Monday after a pleasant visit with John OConnell in the county The dance of the Young Ladies Aux iliary of Trinity Corincil at Library Hall Monday evening is sure to attract a large crowd They are nitakingeffoits to mak this the most enjoyable affair ever given under their auspices Wm Broderick father of Tom Brod crick of Zane street has been ill at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital for the lastI two weeks Under the treatment he isI receiving there his recovery is only aI question of a short while Very Rev Father Bax entertained the members of the St Johns School UnionII excellente I performance Wednesday night with an J elegant banquet at which he presented I Miss Florence Ulmer with a handsome gold crosseMr Henry F Cassia Deputy Clerk of 1 the United States Courts who underwent a severe surgical operation last week ise improving rapidly but will be confined to his home 3325 High avenue for several weeks His many friends wish bimt speedy recovery 1 Quite a large number of their friends were handsomely entertained by Mr and Mrs William JMfiGreth upon the occa slat of the chriatwing of their little daughter The potueni were Mia iei Sullivan audfl Obarlet Hodapp An J eHgiwE dinner tale Mrvediu honor of the i ereut Mr Louis P Holmes who suffered a dislocation of his hip some weeks ago by falling is reported to be doing as well as could be expected Owing to his age a slowIsixIr againiMisses Maggie and Katie Lucey are the I promoters of a select dance to be given to their friends about the middle of February at a han to be selected later on Jim Sexton has kindly volunteered his servicesns floor manager which fact it elf is a guarantee that everything will be conducted in n pleasant andsatisfactory manner Mr Joseph Welch of 2418 Bank street returned to the city Saturday after a weeks visit with friends in CoxJJsackie N Y where he officiated as at the wedding of his brother Welch Rumor has it that Joe his heart in the little city on the tt- Hudson and will shortly make another trip Eastward The dance of the Young Ladies Auxiliary of Trinity Council which takes place Tuesday evening promises to bean enjoyable one The following ladles will act as a reception committee Mes dames James Kelly Ben F Hund P Byron J C Stroebel Misses Louisa Schwaninger Annie Daley Mayme Mathes and Fannie Cunnifle a- Miss Bessie Gallagher of 930 Fourth j denies the reported engagement her to Mr C M Love of Washing 8jtonq know C M Love never having of him and can not account for the report Whoever be may be he has warmly congratulated in the minds to numerous admirers of Miss Gallagher since the announcementa A delightful coffee social was given by Coronation Charity Club at the resitof Mr John Broderick 434 Eastw It1Iainevenings There was dancing and re freshments The committee was com be posed of Misses M McEHiott M Reagan bh McGuire E Shea K Foley K Devine K Boden M Broderick T Buckle L Guthrie L Castele M Lit N McDermott M Laren and J MulhattnThe marriage of Miss Elizabeth Gat by hoff and Mr Henry Allsmiller wasbsolemnized Tuesday evening in the Cathedral parlors by Rev Father Schure C4ImannJ J J1ML7bride After the ceremony tlie coupe repaired to the home of the bride where a wedding supper was served to the im mediate family They will be at how nafter February 12 at 639 East Mai street Miss Belle Kennedy entertained the Cornia Euchre Club Tuesday evening at his home 721 West St Catherine street The ladies first prize a handsome music box was captured by Miss Josie L God frey and the gentlemens prize was won by Mr J Charles Obst The consolation prizes were awarded to Miss Mary Kellyj and Mr Patrick Walsh Among those present were Misses Anna McFarland Mary Kelly Agnes Laven Agnes Sheri dun Lizzie Murphy Mary Maggie andi Josie Godfrey Mary and Nellie Lang Blanche Milligan Belle and Fannie Ken nedy George Flahiff William Phaleu Otto T Griggs James J Laven Thomas OBryan Thomas Fitzpatrick James Brady J Charles Obst George A Shea Patrick Walsh Thomas Malone Nic Cats hoff RECENT DEATHS The iuneral of Mrs Ellen Finnegan took place from her late residence 2225I Griffiths avenue Sunday morning Aft er the obsequies at St Cecilias churc- the remains were interred in St LouisI cemeteryMiss Mary Kennedy a wellknown lady of Lebanon who was visiting Mrs T D Lyons GOO Eighth street died suddenly Monday morning The funeral took place Wednesday morning from the CathedralWe to announce the death of oneThursday morning at the residence of her father Pierce Cooper 1529 Payne street Miss Cooper was a most estimable and talented young lady and her demise i is mourned by a large circle of friends I and relatives Her funeral took placejj this morning from St Aloysius cburchII and the remains were interred in St Louis cemetery Mrs Michael McIntyre a wellknown and highly respected lady died Sunday j morniug at her home on Wall street Jeffersonville The deceased had been suffering for two months from a complication of diseases She was the mother of John McIntyre the popular grocer Both husband and son have the sym pathy of a large number of acquaintances I Her funeral took place at St Augustines church Tuesday morning 1 Anthony Dunn died suddenly of heart iHisji of Mr John Galvin 1121 Eighth street and his funeral took place Wednesday morning from the Cathedral of the As sumptiou The deceased was born inI Ireland sixty the years ago but was atresident of thin dry for thirty five years ilU1l enjoyed tbe confidence mod ropeciof all u I ftJA h N n hFA EMBLEM CONTEST I- bak h- rq Iw+ +m + +++ wf+r +m a- a Who Is the Most Popular Hibernian I S Two handsome Emblems of the Ancient Order offk k Hibernians will be awarded by the Kentucky Irish y 44- t American to the members receiving the highest hula J t ber of votes these coupons only to be used for ballotst1 h a- it9 ib a 1 tRecord the Candidate on the First Line Division on the SecondA pa- a lr a dr srYa a e a e a o e eti JOHN F OERTELBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER 14001404 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE KY ItheI THEATRICALS The Paterson News says ofIITbe Wheel of Fortune which will be seen at the Avenue all next week An electrical storm of sensation an avalanche of meri torious fun would be an appropriate headline to precede The Wheel of Fortune which is filling a weeks engagement at the Eden Originality has been the one in constructing this highly interest- Ing play which from the rise of the curtain to the end of the last act holds theII spellbound Novelties that re uired mouths and months of hard study are introduced with a rapidity that is amazing to behold Every act requires- a setting of special scenery painted true nature making it a perfect dream of wonderland Bright songs novel dances nd refined specialties are cleverly interM woven in each act and rendered by a company of wellknown artists assuring audience ofa night of solidamuse ent Gloriana is the title of the play to presensed by the Meffert Stock Com parry next week This play has never before been presented outside of highM priced theiters and the theatergoing public will doubtless appreciate the efforts of Col Meffert to enable it to wit ess firstclass productions at popular prices Gloriana has been pronounced the critics of the country one of the comedies of the daya continued of laughter in three acts The ill r I n c 1 ant 011 rr h 7JI adnc 1 ri 11 veedressedLeopold Fitz Jocelyn is engaged to d persecutnm he has given his photograph In order to avoid meeting her he changes clothes with his valet who for the time as sumes the position of master and the complications that follow can only b appreciated by being seen That popular vaudeville and burlesque attraction Fred Riders New Night Owls Company will come to the Buck- Ingham next week commencing their engagement with the usual Sunday ma inee The mere announcement of the fact that this favorite show will be her is generally sufficient to draw large crowds to the Buckingham but Manager Rider is one of the few who do not be leave in traveling on past reputation I is his aim to strengthen his shows every succeeding season and those who re member the excellent performances pre sented by this company in the past years will bear testimony to this statement This season he has engaged a strong lis of the best vaudeville talent and chorus of pretty girls who are goodI singers and is producing a new idea iin continuous burlesque CIA Pack oif willhi uptodate ideas hilarious comedy and many pleasing musical numbers Man ager Rider has especially engaged tlire European pantoniitnists to produce A I Affair of Honor the act which mad such a terrific hit at Koster Blats New York Music Hall some weeks ago MOSS OREEN BALL Those of our readers who wish to witness aIIwann mask ball can do so by attending that of the Mose Green Club at Music Hall Monday evening Messrs Scott Newman John Kessler George 3icrod and others of the committee have labored incessantly for the past mouth and some unique surprises may be looked for Among the members who will assist in making it pleasant for visitors are Dad Price Frank McGrath Frank Dugan Mike Sweeney Martin Donahue and many others They will see that you get your moneys wortheHOLY NAME CHURCHI The ladies of the Holy Name Church will entertain their friends with a progressive I euchre at Hibernian Hall 1Ionc day afternoon and evening Everything heretofore undertaken by them has pro wen successful and those who spend o Monday afternoon or evening with them will have a pleasant time The proceeds will be used for the benefit of the church all who can do so should assist them n their laudable work BADLY SCALDED The accident which befell Mr Jamesii Furey at the plant of the Louisville Electric Light Company is there serious han was at first wtppoMd While at Malt a latlertubq exploded badly scald ng hU hand and arm rod hit physicians themrfaklponI RISHH 8 SOCIETYDIRECTORYA DIVISION 1 Meets TuesdayClancyVice PerrandaFinancial 32TwentiethTreasurer John Mulloy DIVISION 2 eetstThursday MeehanViceCanfieldRecording ObstFinancial1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiren DIVISION 3 eets WednesdayEvenings TayorVicl h Recording Secretary JohnCavanaugh t Financial Secretary N J Sheridan 2018 Lytle stree- tTreasurerD J Coleman DIVISION 4 Wednesday PresidentJohn H Heunessy LynchRecordtng5ecretaryThomasJ Kelly Financial Secretary George FlahifF 420 East Gray street Treasurer Harry Brady- cDIVISION C Meets TuesdayEvenings re ent WIlliam trthy tannatiRecordingFinancial SecretaryD J Tierney 1328 Grayson street TreasurerGeorge A Daniel EUCHRE AND DANCING EntereMany Friends Next Tuesday Evening The Ladies Auxiliary of the Ancient Order of Hibernians have made all the dancetthey will enter loin their guests more hospitably thane ever before attempted Both halls will be at the disposal of their friends and those who prefer dancing to progressive theirtas will be specially prepared for the occasion During the evening refreshments will be served in abundance and a number of pleasing vocal and instrumental selec vocalistst theIone they hope to see Hibernian Hall crowded twentyIDEDICATED everncoloredechurch Fourteenth and Broadway took place last Sunday evening on the occa sion of the dedication of the shrine of St Anthony The small churchwas crowded to the doors many being un able to gain admission The dedicatory exercises were preceded by solemn ves pers which were excellently sung by the choir assisted by the Instrumental Quin tet composed of Messrs Joseph E Hill M E Hoertz Jacob Butler Charles Col vin B J Hubbard and A J Bell all of abilityMozartsrendition by the choir The pastor Rev Father Albert preached a very eloquent seTiion on the life of St Anthony after which the dedi catory procession took place and the shrine was blessed The ceremony was a beautiful and impressive one Bene diction and the singing of Holy God by the entire congregation closed the exercises A project which is of deep interest not only to the district but to Ireland gen rally is at present on foot at Kauturk This is n6thing less than the reopening on an extensive scale of the once famous County Cork collieries situate on the property of William N Leader a few miles southwest of Kanturk It is almost thirty years since mining operations in the district were in full swing at which period there were hundreds of men employed and a very active and Anthracite quantitiel exportedit+ even10ro missing dtfft r IENUcx i riiiRIQAIT 4 HENEBRY Sketch of the Most Prominent Figure in the Gaelic Move ment in America Occupies the Chair Founded in the Catholic University at Washington Completed His Studies in Germany Graduating With Distinction PRESIDENT OF THE LEAGUE Rev Richard Henebry Ph D Profes sor of Keltic Languages in the Catholic University of America was born in Mount Bolton House Portlaw County Water ford on September 10 1863 His parents names in their own language were Piarus de Henebre and Eiblin ni Chaissin He received his first instruction at home and afterwardattended the primary schools at CarrickoiSuir Clonmore County Kilkenny and his native town After two years studies of humanities in Wa terford City he entered St Johns Eccle siastical College in the same place where he spent one year He had at this time shown great cleverness and a remarkable aptitude for study On leaving St Johns College lie went to Maynooth where he spent the full course of seven years and after his ordination he was sent to the Diocese of Salford Lancashire where he remained for four years principallyat St Augustines church in Granby Row Manchester Father Henebry during all these years was an industrious student and languages were a specialty with him To no language however did he devote so much attention as to the national tongue of his country which he first learned from his mothers lips and which was the language of his home When he learned that there actually existed a literature in his native tongue he took up its study with ardor and soon became thoroughly conversant with it He picked up many tales and traditions from the Gaelic speaking workmen around Carrick and his principal teachers as he became more advanced were Seaan Ruadh OSheehan and Tom Lannon in Portlaw and rr uBob Weldon of t opierashliillpw- hom lie cherishes a greatful remem branceHe taught elementary Irish while a boy in the College School Stephen street Waterford and he also taught the lan guage while in Maynooth in St Marys Division in 1892 While in Manchester he was fortunate enough to enjoy the familiar companion ship of the celebrated Keltist Prof John Strachan of the Owens College with whom he exchanged modern and late middle Irish for old Irish and Sanskrit- At this time he became so well known as a Gaelic scholar that when in 1895 the founding of a Gaelic chair in the Catholic University of America at Wash ington by the Ancient Order of Hiberni ans became an accomplished fact Father Henebry was the unanimous choice of the leaders of the Gaelic revival fn Ire land and America for the professorship and he was accordingly appointed by the University authorities He then proceeded to Germany to complete his studiesprincipally of old Irish and other ancient tongues under the great Celtic scholars of that country and spent two semestres under Prof Dr Thurneyse in Freiburg Baden and two more with Prof Dr Heinrich 2im mer in the University of Greifswald P merania Prussia from which place he graduated with great distinction in 1898 receiving the title of Doctor of Philosophy In addition to his examina tion he wrote a dissertation entitled IIA Contribution to the Phonology of Des IrishDr Henebry has contributed freely in Gaelic and English to The Gael Brook lyn and Fainne an Lae Dublin and some of his more notable articles in other publications are liThe Progress in Gaelic and Irish Phonology both of which appeared in the Catholic University Bul letin the latter in October 1898 He al so prepared a more popular edition of the Griefswald Dissertationmentioned above which was published a short time ago by Messrs M H Gill 8 Son Dublin At the Gaelic Convention in New York on November 2 Dr Hennebry was elected President of the Gaelic League of America which combined with his position as Gaelic Professor in the University makes him the chief figure in the Goelic move ment in this country In addition to his scholarly attainments he isa practical vigorous man of action i lie is devoted to the Gaelic movement because he be lieves it is the only agency through which Ireland can be thoroughly deAnglican Iced and the Irish nation rehabilitated and what is more he believes it will sue ceed TWO OF A KIND Patrick OMara a private in the One Hundred and Fiftyeighth Indiana went to Col Harry Smith one day last sum mer aud asked for a twoweeks leave of absence The Colonel was not u severe disciplinarian but for reasons did not believe in extending top many privileges to Patrick and did not hesitate in using a subterfuge in evading the issue Well said the Colonel what do you want a twoweeks furlough for Patrick answeredliMy wife is very sick and the children are not well and if ye didnt wind she would like to have me home for a few weeks to give her a bit of aaaUtance Col Smith eyed hint for a few minutes and Mid Patrick Ih might grant your request but I lot a letter from your wiffl this morning saying that she dodo I want you home that you were a nuisance I ouIhave any more furloughs I That settles it I suppose I cant have the furlough then said Pat No Im afraid not Patrick It wouldnt be well forme to grant it under the circumstances I It was Patricks turn now to eye the Colonel as he started away Stopping suddenly he said IlCan I say something to yez sir I Certainly Patrick what is it IIYou wort be angry sir if I say it Certainly not Patrick What is it I want to say there are two splendid liars in this tent and Im one of them I was never married in my life II DALY ELECTED MAYOR He Received the Unanimous Vote of the Limerick Council The Associated Press dispatches con vey the news that John Daly the Irish political prisoner who was released from havingbeenlife in 1884 for complicity in an alleged plot to blow up the House of Commons while in session by throwing dynamite bombs from the strangers gallery has been elected Mayor of Limerick by a unanimous vote under the new Irish local government act Mr Daly who made his canvass on the Labor ticket is well known to a number of Irish residents of this city among them Mike ODonnell who was one of his associates in the early days of the Land League movement SPORTY ITEMS Last Tuesday Jim Watts left for Chi cago where he is training for another fight with Charley Goff Chris Von der Ahe has been struck out by the courts and is now probably out of the national game forever During his day he was the most noted figure in the base ball world TommyHoganMonday night resulted in a draw It was the most scientific bout ever wit nessed in that city Capt Pred Clarke placed his name to a Louisville contract Tuesday That even ing he left for Chicago to settle his busi ness affairs after which he will go South to make arrangements for the spring work of the Colonels The base ball world was given a sur prise this week when it was announced ttiiaI5J2S2gS4Ju4snof Baltimore had traded Denmontrevilleforn ofiChicago The latter will play third base for the new Brooklyn team whichwill result in the release of McGraw- A press dispatch says Fred Powers catcher of the L m now a student of Notre foraiil +se kee trf college at a meet will Captain the Notre Dame and he is confident of beating his in dividual record of nineteen points which he scored at the intercollegiate meet held last spring Speaking of the future of the Louis ville Club and the result of the suit be tween Von der Ahe and Muckenfuss Director Barney Dreyfuss said to are porter There is no danger ofa sale or transfer of the Louisville Club While the result of the suit between Von der Ahe and Muckenfuss is important to the whole League I can say that the Colonels will stay right here at least for another year We have made all arrangements for next season and will go ahead as if the club was never in financial distress FRENCH TRIBUTE In a recent number of the Iatric M Lucien Millevoye in an article entitled The Friends of France remarks that ingratitue is not a French vice and expresses the grateful recognition of his countrymen of the sympathy shown for France by Irish Nationalists Hail to the worthy descendants he writes of the heroes of Fontenoy and Castle bar to the oppressed who have never been conquered and have never sur rendered Hail to the green standard of invincible hope M Millevoye goes on IIIn Dublin William Redmond consti tuting himself the eloquent interpreter of the feelings of the Irish democracy sent on to us on the very day after Fash oda the vibrating and encouraging echo of that sense of brotherhood which has touched us so deeply To the brilliant member for Clare let our gratitude be con veyed Let him transmit it to his colleagues to his friends to the uncon querable people who sentenced to death decimated still standerect and free in spite of chains and who in spite of death feel that they are indestructible This handsome tribute from a wellknown Frenchman to the Irish people will be appreciatedCATHOLIC UNIVERSITY QUESTION Cardinal Vaughan has done splendid service by putting the claims of the Irish people for a Catholic university so prom nently and so conclusively before the Government and before the people of England His Eminence has published and drawn very particular attention to a petition addressed to Lord Salisbury which the Catholic Bishops of England have formulated in favor of the estab went of a university for the Catholics of Ireland The Cardinal urges the claim in the Post cogent and convincing language and the English Bishops practically adopt the proposals of the Bishop of Limerick contained in the admirable article which his lordship recently con tributed to the Nineteenth Century and in which he effectively disposed of chi the objections raised on the one hand by ooIyjJoh thepeopleotlroleadyc a n A Mane ANNA E GUI Rn Moderato e t I t IJ =I IETt aLong years ngo one 2 So ev er since that lt- ii i VJ17l J 1f day 1saw n man Upon a lone i Iy hill Aman who turnetand ran Now well remembered day Ive looked in vain to find A man whod run a way Now 1 WfJ Et61 9ii4Tii p n h J= LJ + J I J p C +1 please dont lookund smile and thinkand say That you can I pre tend that Iam vcr yshy So that a- vs ft t t4LFr i i 5irTLiiffjr r fp V Copyrltjmt leur by tho Mustctr C- oti s r iI = = p uj Tn run der stand just why he ran n way cnuse a man thats shy He bash ful man some day to me pray fly But a man thats shy He t XJr-a 1 u b tGte I acq looks at you like this Then he turns J round and thinks about rt kiss i But you p iL j Lg J si 12T= ==iLL + + t F = 1 2 =t2 = r = 1 L 1 ig neednot be a fraid r He wont trou ble you n bit You may I 1il Jr R h n= b b d a = I1 think hes somewhere near you But jjust turn a roan 1 hes pith Pb q = it + L f F1 = = FF = A Mau aaThe carpenters unless of this city held an open meeting and smoker at Beek s- Hall Thursdayaight The object of the theJocalonaulzatlona much stronger organisation than the present one and would faruiah a good o l orgaltelling speeches delivered and consider ablprorteeema i The preset d1dlfftfencetfylng new between the coal miners and operators in the States of Indiana Ohio Illinois and Pennsylvania bare been amicably set tled This meant peace for more than 100000 men rod their employers The MttltwMUt was 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A fire occurred on the premises of John Cunliffe chemist of Padiham nearI Burnley Mrs Cunliffe and a daughter were rescued from the bedroom window but Mr Cunliffe was burned to deathI A young man named John Cournane I who was tried for complicity in the murder of an old man named Quirke near Tralee about eight years ago and who was on that occasion sentenced to penal servitude for life has just been re leasedA of 250 has been offered by the members cf the Limerick County Hunt for the detection of the persons who poisoned the county hounds recently I at Ballingany A reward of 50 is offered for private information on the same subject J oftj Guardians a resolution was passed ape proving of the proposed line of railway between Kells and Mulliiigar A IhelyI contest is expected in Kells Nearly thirty candidates have been nominated for fifteen counci1orshlpsI A serious fire occurred January 10 at the felt works of Francis Son Belfast William McMillan a workman who had effected his escape returned to the burning premises it is thought to re cover his coat and was afterwards dis covered charred beyond recognition- At Londonderry Count Arthur Moore of Moores Fort Tipperary was adopted by a Nationalist convention as candi date for Derry City The Unionist can didate is Mr Emerson T Henderson of Sion Mills County Tyrone who twice contested East Donegal against Mr Ar thur OConnor Tuesday morning a gas fatality result ing in two deaths occurred at 0 Oldpark road The victims were a child of four years named Minnie McCabe daughter of a commercial traveler and an old housekeeper named Mrs Mary McNally This is the second gas fatality in Belfast in the course of the past few days At a meeting held at Loughglynn near Castlebar for the purpose of select ing candidates to represent the district on the countyand district councils Patrick Webb was unanimously chosen to represent Iougbglynh on the County Council and Michael Creaton and Pat rick Reigh were chosen for the District onnciHor IOUgslYlIIk At a nesting of the inhabitants of Cas symFi patty of the people of the district to Father Lyons of Castlebar for the loss he sustained by the demolition of a great portion of his new church by the storm it was resolved to open a subscription list to enable the reverend gentleman to con tinue to carryon the work of building the new church- A large and representative meeting has been held at the Town Hall Dalkey fo the purpose of raising a fund for the relief of the widow and five children of the late Robert Todd the coastguard of Dalkey whose sudden death has been already reported Dr Wright presided It was resolved to open a subscription list and a committee was appointed to further the movement On Saturday morning while a work man named Campbell was engaged in the cording department of the Roan Spining Company at Coalisland County Tyrone his awn got entangled in the cords with the result that it was torn from his body He was attended by Dr Leathern and Dr Scath and was after ward conveyed to Armagh Infirmary Little hope is entertained of Campbells recoveryAt meeting of the Dungarvan Town Commissioners on Monday r Michael Barry in the chair the Clerk read a letter from the Limerick corpora tion containing their resolution on unity and inviting members of the board to attend the conference in Lim erick After some discussion it was de cided that Messrs Patrick OBrien and John Walsh should attend the conference on behalf of the board On Sunday last on his way home from mass Francis Corry aged thirty son of James Corry one of the most popular fanners in the County Clare was drowned while crossing a river not far from his own residence It seems that the young man missed his footing while stepping over a ford and was car ried along by the flood the river having been swollen by the recent rains Much sympathy is felt for the family of th deceased Great interest is evinced in the district of Cahirciveen in the vacancy caused by the resignation of T J Farrell M P for the South Kerry division which em braces a very extensive portion of coun try along the seaboard on the western and southern parts of Kerry Com s plaints had been made by the constituency that this gentleman did not take the slightest interest in the welfare of those whose political interestshe was chosen t- look after On Friday last a terrible fatal burning accident took place at Drumskelt near Newbliss It appears that a laborer andI wife went into Newbliss that evening to make some purchases leaving their three a ichildren in the house TheyounRe- stuchlld named Susan took a hand lamp off the hob and brought it toward the fibre The childs clothing ignited The order girl with tile greatest presence of mind went to per sisters aid and sue needed in extinguishing the flames but not until seers burnt twre don 0- u the head face and upper part of the body Her father and mother returned shortly afterward and did all in their power to save the injured child but she succumbed to her injures on Saturday morning On Sunday the Very Rev Father Newell Ennistymon while preparing to celebrate early mass in the Convent of Mercy became suddenly ill Dr ODwyer Ennistymon was at once sent for and attended the reverend gentleman After the doctor had left him Father Newell became weak and grad ually sinking expired He is sincerely mourned by his parishioners amongst whom he had Jabored as pastor for thirty years On Saturday evening John Malone Coroner of Cookstown and a jury heMt an inquest on Francis McShore agedm 11thirteenployment of Mr Anderson of Ballyc magutre From the evidence it appeared that the deceased fell from a ladder and sustained internal ipjuries From thea evidence of Dr Boyd who examined the body it appeared that the cause of death was hemorrhage The jury found a vcrC dict accordingly On Wednesday Mrs Norton relict of the late John Norton of Francis street Dublin died at her late residence Bal to lynastockan County Wicklow The de ceased had reached the ripe old age of ninetyfive and lead retained her full mental faculties to the last Belonging to the family of Cullen which had given several heroes to the 98 movement she had married into a family then as now equally as distinguished for its to patriotism The interment took place on Friday A meeting of the tradesmen and laborers of Trim and surrounding districts was held in the Town Hall Trim on last Sunday for the purpose of considering what action should be taken in view of the approaching elections under the local government act Mr Patrick Connolly presided Over 300 voters Were in at tendance A committee was appointed to carry out the objects of the meeting ll- It was decided to support no candidate that was not pledged to support the endowment of Catholic and IIhomeThe Mullingar Board of Guardians who some time ago adopted the resolution of the Limerick Board of Guardians in reference to the question of national nnity considered another unit proposal at their meeting on Thursday when they of the ofa Iiferencesisting of five members representing the parties of Messrs Dillon Redmond and Healy as the two latter had agreed to of such a course of action and it was suggested by Mr Dillon in a speech delivered by him in GlasgowkMuch regret is felt at the announcement of the death of the Rev Father Flanigan Upper Feakle County Clare which occurred on last Sunday morning after a brief illness The deceased clergy man who was iin his twentyseventh year yes a nativebf Corofiti antlbaI been only four years on the mission After his ordination he was for awhile in the County Mayo whence he was transferred to Ballinasloe He was thent promoted to Killanena Feakle HisI parishioners were much attached toJ Father Flanigan a most zealous and excellent priesttt A desperate agrarian feud which has been going on for matt year- past between two factions at Curreeney 1 ownr I ership of a small patch of mountain I land has resulted in the death of Mathew 1 Ryan Sr a member of one of the op posing parties Thomas Fox belonging t to the other side is in custody charged with murder A number of persons engaged in the affray andused scythes j pitchforks and other deadly weapons Fox has been returned for trial at th I assizes bail in 500 and two securities 1 being accepted Tuesday morning the remains of thet late Mr John Wall formerly of the Col lectorGenerals office Dublin were laid in their restingplace in Glasnevin cemetery The large numbers that attended his funeral testified by their presence theil esteem in which the lamented gentleman was held The deceased who had at tained an almost patriarchal age was wellknown in that city up to a few years ago but of late years owing to illness he lived is absolute retirement With his death an old and respected citizen and one more familiar figure connecting the present with the past has disappeared At a meeting of the Galway Gaelic League held at the Monastery Lombard 1 street Father A Considine in the chair the principal business before the meetin was the coming elections Mr John Naughton proposed a resolution bindin the members to support and vote for these candidates who promise to support the movement for the preservation of the national language The question will be I put to all the candidates and the signa t tures obtained The branch intend pub J dishing the names of the candidates who are in favor of the language and with J Galeway will still retain the proud title of The Cradle of Irish I The Dublin Gazette of Friday an pounced that Daniel Mahoney B L had been appointed to the office of Dub MagistrateLvacant by promotion of Mr Carton to the County Court Judgeship of Clare The Government may be fairly congratu MahonyIncompetent lawyer and a broadminded man who will belie his character if he does not in his new post give satisfaction to the public by discharging his duties in an impartial and commonsense spirit This is the best appointment to the Police Magistracy which the Government lies made for many a year a FORTY HOURS DEVOTION Forty hours devotion will be held at the Church of the Sacred Heart Seven teenth and Brodwavj commencing to morrow morning with olainn high OMM J J r HIBERNIANS I What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes Send in your coupon ballots State President Cusick has not yet returned from his Southern trip County President John Murphys absence from the smoker Tuesday evening was noticed Division 1 will be represented on the Hall Board by James Barry Tom Keenan and Michael Collins Military Diviaion 10 of Lynn started new year with the addition of four embers to its ranks The Hall Board made a decided improvement when they put in the new platform for officers and visitors There others to follow Louisville Hibernians were disappointed in not having Messrs Barney John Dougherty and Patrick Tracy with them Tuesday night President William Riley of Jefferson ville will concede nothing to Louisville time disparagement of his division His constituents are justly proud of him The members of Division 1 accepted the invitation of the Ladies Auxiliary- to attend their reception and dance Tuesday evening This division goes after everythingThere matters of vital importance come before the County Board at its meeting this evening and President Murphy requests the attendance of the officers of each division Cead Mille Failthe over a portrait- of Robert Emmet was a conspicuous feature of the decorations at the second annual ball of Military Division 4G in Lyceum Hall East Boston The Ladies Auxiliary will install their newlyelected officers on the second Sunday of February Their last meeting was a social one and those present were delightfully entertained Some of the members of Division No 1 put forward Mike Cavanaugh in the race for the prize offered by this paper for I the most popular Hibernian Some of his friends want to give odds that he will win in a walk HiIbernlansupport in great shape They are hust for votes to enable him to get the prize offered by this paper for the most popular Hibernian Local members of time Ancient Order Hibernians of Baltimore visited Sparrows Point last week and instituted a branch of the organization to be nown as No 9 The party included State President M J Gaffney The divisions of Duluth Minn have made arrangements for the celebration of St Patricks Day The exercises will be held in the Opera HouseaiulvnHf6nstst an historical address anda grand Irish musicall programme which will be the first of its kind ever heard in Duluth Renders of this paper may vote for any member of the Ancient Order of Hiber nians in this State Jeffersouvilleand New Albany for the Kentucky Irish American prize emblems Send your coupons to this office The names of those teeing voted for will be published next week apsl pointed Messrs t- C A Coll Redmond Stanton and John Kenney Sr a committee to make arrangements for a lecture to be delivered on the evening of St Patricks day the proceeds to be donated to the fund for the purpose of procuring steam heaters for St Augustines church Division 6 will give another of its enjoyable complimentary dances on Tues day evening Februrry 7 This will also theelast dance of the season which will un doubtedly bring out a big crowd Admission will be by invitation only which can be procured from any of the mem bers Father Andrew Clark of St Augus tines church was a Visitor ct the meeting of Division 1 of Jeffersonville and entertained the members with some brief but very encouraging remarks Father Clark came to Jeffersonville from Phila delphia three weeks ago and has already endeared himself to the members of his congregationAn Hibernian in the person of Patrick O Dwyer of Webster Mass died on the 11th inst at the age of sixtynine years He was born in Dal lailiner Ireland and was educated in the schools of that country Deceased was a divisiongThe death of Mr Dwyer leaves only one isgRichard Thompson The Philadelphia County Board of the Ancient Order of Hibernians of America has declared against closer relations between the United States and England Resolutions were adopted citing the utterances of Washington against entan gling alliances referring to England as Americas ancient foeand stating the dangers of an offensive and defensive alliance with the socalled country observedii Division 0 of South Boston its twentyfifth anniversary with a hap quet and speeches in Broadway Hall Since its institution nearly 3000 persons have been initiated into Division 0 while i the sum paid out for sickness and other purposes is about 20000 At present the membership is about 200 One of the oldest brothers is Daniel ODonovan who has served the division as Recording Secretary for twentytwo years Mr ODonovan is now in his sixth year as DoardlTheII was one of the delegates from Suffol county to the last session of the natitonaI convention held at Trenton I The Ladies Auxiliary of Plymouth county held its quarterly convention iin Brockton It war a very 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