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Kentucky Irish American: January 28, 1899 Kentucky Irish American 300dpi TIFF G4 page images William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1899 kec1899012801_sn86069180 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Kentucky Irish American: January 28, 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. 4. LOUISVILLE: SATURDAY, JANUARY 28, 1S99. proved to be the address of the night. During his remarks he referred in a feeling manner to the heroic deeds of Irishmen for this Government from its foundation to the present, nnd said that none had more reason to feel proud of the history of their forefathers than the young Irishmen of today. His tribute to Irish motherhood and women was a glowing one, as their virtue and charity were recognized and honored by all men and nations. He also urged all to live up to the principles of Hiberniauism, stating that to do so was the best way to serve God and man. Mr. Ryan concluded his remarks by urging all to unite in a fitting celebration of the silver jubilee of the order this spring. His remarks were frequently applauded. After this address the orchestra gave mi excellent rendition of "Pretty Grace O'Malley," recently published in the Kentucky Irish American. Mr. John Kenney, Sr., of Jeffersonville, was next introduced. He made a few brief remarks and concluded by singing the "Wearing of the Green." There were several other short talks by President Joseph Taylor, James Breen, of Jeffersonville, and others, and fine singing by Vice President Thomas Dolau, John Carney, James Concannon and Secretary John Kennedy, of Jeffersonville. Tom Cody sang a German song, as only he can, which created a sensation and a great deal of mirth, and Jnmes Furey rendered two selections in the Irish language. Before adjourning President Claucy and the division tendered a vote of thanks to Thomas Scally and his orchestra for the excellent music furnished, which was of a superior order. Upon the adjournment all were loud in their praises of Division 1 and its efficient officers aud committees, aud thus ended one of the most pleasing events of the past season in Louisville Hibernian circles. Among the visitors from Division 1, of Jeffersonville, were President Riley, Secretary Kennedy, Redmond Stanton, John Kenney, Sr., Mike Coy, Dan McCarthy, John Kenney, Jr., John Kavanaugh, Timothy Kenney, William Burke, John Breen, John Hogan, James Breen, William Shea, Tom Kavanagh, Charles Tracy and Frank Lynch. Ml T.flKnr ftqrtw ( Tl,lf rnnr1?r1no- II 11 t .n 1 fcl V.U llltlllllhV111.14 4uu. was also elected to tile Mayoralty of the city. There were alio several Labor in Cork and ether cities throughout the country, "fhe workingtnen are andjtheir .Elected President of the Ccntrnl well organized, thatlof Trades OStm-cil- s, Is Division 4 of the Ancient especially Dublin, wield a Labor Union for Another Order of Hibernians of powerful influence, m Year's Service. This City. Commenting upo the clause fv the laws to govern Alaska which makes j,t a criminal offense toinduce, threaten or Largest Delegate Meeting: In intimidate worklnirinen into a strike, I President Hcnnessy Now Lends Representative Coaliran, of Missouri, the History of the Locnl in the Race for the said: "Sir, this statute, as construed by j Labor Movement. Prizo Bodge. judges such as thosef who invented government by injunction, would brand as a crime, the angry protest and righteous Delegates Disavow Any Inten- resistance of such a programme and ren- Three Now Members "Wcro Inider comparatively easy the substitution tion of Advising a Secestiated aud Nino Appliof human vermin fa? the brave fellows sion of Unions. cations Received. who, having bravedjthe elements and risked their lives itf the development bf Alaska, have the fight to expect fair wages." The clause was stricken out of THE PRINTERS WERE CARED FOR. THE SOCIAL SESSION WAS A SUCCESS the bill. f After ten years on separation the Central Labort Union aSil the Central Labor There was a large attendance at the , The contest for the Presidency of the Federation of New "fork, the two repreCentral Labor Union, which for some senting a membcrsljjp of 100,000 work- meeting of Division 4 of the Ancient time past has attracted the attention of ingtnen, were amalgamated on January Order of Hibernians Wednesday evening, 15. The new organisation is to be known many being present because of the anthe trades unionists of this city, resulted as the Central Federated Union of New nouncement in these columns that the in the election of James McGill, the $ division was to hold another of its social present incumbent, by a decisive major- York. The Ohio Falls Car Works are very sessions and the knowledge of the fact ity. The meeting of the Central Labor busy. They have been awarded the con- it would likely be the last event of the Union last Sunday afternoon was the tract to build 1,000 cars for the Denver & kind until after the Lenten season. President John Hennessy was in the largest one in the history of the labor Rio Grande, which will give a large force of men steady employment for some time chair. After reports of committees had movement in Louisville, there being 110 been received and acted upon Pat Man-gadelegates present. This fact may sur to come. John Toomey, Edward Devine, M. Among the saleswomen of New York prise some, but it should not, as the trades unionists in this city are much stronger Mrs. Richard Crockar enjoys the reputa Wolfe and Pat O'Shaughuessy were initthan the foregoing would indicate, there tion of being the kindest and most con iated as members of the division. Nine applications were presented by President being a number of organizations here siderate shopper in the city. that have never been affiliated with the There are said td be fewer suicides Hennessy, which were referred to the central body, notably the various railway among miners than among any other Membership Committee for investigation. It will not take long to double the mem-shi- p class of workmen. brotherhoods, bricklayers and others. if this boom is continued. The The race was a warmly contested one, division has offered an elegant prize MORNING ON TljE IRISH COAST. friends of both candidates making every badge to the oue bringing in the most effort to secure a majority of the votes to The incident which promoted the writ- - members, and the President has an apbe cast, and with this end in view a num ber of old organizations were prevailed ing of the followingoem was, it is said, parently safe lead. The announcement upon to again send representatives, while related to the author by a friend on his of his good work was received with great during the past fall midwinter several return to America frctai a visit to Ireland. enthusiasm, Messrs. Joseph Lynch, William Ansbro new labor bodies have been formed and On the voyage over the American gentle-wer- e represented. The statement that man made the acquaintance of an old and John Hellon were elected to reprethe work of organization was carried on Irishman, who, in his frank and candid sent the division on the Hall Board for for political purposes is not borne out, as way, told him that Tie had been thirty the ensuing year, the two former being is evidenced by the fact that the votes of years in the States, and that he was then County President John Murphy was d delegates were about going home to spend the evening of his the equally distributed between Messrs. Mc- - lite amid the scenes of his boyhood. The introduced to the members by President Hennessy, and made a talk lasting half old Gill and Christen Since the election there has been news once more made thefauthor's friend take an hour, in which he dwelt on the growth paper talk of some of the more promt a special interest in him. The night be of the order throughoutthe country nnd nent unions withdrawing from the cen-- 1 fore the boat reached the Irish shore particularly in Louisville. He also comtral body. A number of labor men have j they both remained ion deck, anil as the plimented Division 4 on the good work been interviewed regarding the matter,4iliwn broke they wererewarded for their it was doing and cautioned the members they dojHBHMsiaUaakE' the dim outlines as to the folly of being careless in the t h e observance of .laws.Mr. .Murphy's w1 PRICE FIVE CE William O'Hearn, Frank McGrath, D. J, Murphy, Frank Dugan, E. J. O'Brien, Vnl Lester, Edmund Guilford and many others. Park 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 one. At midnight a bounteous supper was served m the lower hall. GOOD CHEER Provnilod nt tfie Hibernian Smoker and Reunion Tuesday Night. Addresses Delivered by Hon. John Hynii, James Itojjcrs and Several Others. Musical Selections Kcndcrcd by Scally's Orchestra a Pleasing Feature. MANY DIVISIONS WERE REPRESENTED JAMES M'GILL 1 11 BOOMING vic-tori- ee FRANKFOR ."iWl l( AllllAll IrnHtiliwi Yl... Youngmi... - Lady. .rii ROUSING MEETING, i AVas a Vory Great Social Success. i 1 A A. The Hibernians Will Entertain Their Friends With a Social Session "VT -. . a r w v evening was an unqualified success, and those who were not present missed the treat of the season in circles. There was a large attendance of members when President Edward Clancy called the nieetjng to order, all anxious to transact the regular business as speedily as possible, in order that the social session might be opened. While the regular order was being gone through with there were constant arrivals of members and visitors from other divisions, until there had assembled an audience fully as large as that which attended the reunion of the Society last week. The arrival of Tom Scally's Union Band and a large delegation from Jeffersonville, headed by President William Riley, Redmond Stanton and John Kenney, Sr., caused great enthusiasm and they were given a warm reception. After the usual reports of committees had been received and acted upon, new members elected aud all important business transacted, President Clancy in a few well chosen words declared a recess and invited all to adjourn to the front hall to enjoy the hospitality of Division 1. MICHAEL J, LOGAN The invitation was unanimously accepted, and from thence until midnight mirth and music ran riot. Was the Pioneer of the Gaelic Upon proceeding to the front hall all Language Movement In were both surprised and gratified to see a 1. l....tHni(ii fanrf Mint li o 1 rtoan rrr America. www IUC UUUlUwua wub vuuv mu vided by Tom Cody, Tom Keenan, John J. Keane, George Haley and Michael -was - -Collins, both solid and liquid. This . Uxly, ot ti "vSi presided only re HaaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBrr Brewing Company,Cbe & Ackerman ng made ins lus t inipnaBBSsssssssssssssssssssBsssB toilers, "The top o the morniti proved the right man Innhe right pii.Ce. years ago jur. Logan to improve the condition of the Tweiity-hv- e ica. While the refreshments were being began his cherished and patriotic work, Others advance the argument that seces- alanna!" partaken of the orchestra rendered several and for years he devoted his time and sion is to be deplored under any circum- Than but there it isl popular selections, and when the inner energy to wnat appeared to many oi stances, and is in violation of the policy The dawn on the hills of Irelan- dman had been satisfied aud all provided his countrymen a hopeless task. But he being carried out by the American Fed- God's angels lifting the night's black veil President eration of Labor and indorsed by the with a smoke the fun began. From the fair, sweet face of my sirelaud. lived to see the Irish language moveClancy appointed Tom Keenan master of ment put upon a basis which gives prom- national aud international trades unions. O, Ireland I isn't it grand you look, From the foregoing it is apparent that ceremonies, and the hit of the entire Like a bride in her rich adornin', ise of attaining wonderful growth here. rumored disruption has no founda- And with all the pent-u- p love of my heart evening was made when the latter called occupied a prominent place the Mr. Logan forth Pat O'Connor, connected with the in Brooklyn for many years, because of tion. The labor unions will determine I bid you "The top o' the mornin'." future action only at their regular Allison bicycle house, who is undoubtedto the local press their his many contributions ly the most skilled player on the concer- on political and general subjects. Born meetings, where calm judgment will This one brief hour pays lavishly back For many a year of mourning; tina in this part of the country. His in Galway, Ireland, September 29, 1836, prevail. first selections were "The Wind Which The following were the officers elected I'd almost venture another flight, he came to Brooklyn in 1871, and almost There s so much joy in returning Shook the Barley" and the "Blackberry for the ensuing year: Watching out for the hallowed shore, had the effect of in- immediately started the movement for Blossom," which President James McGill. All other attractions scoruiu'; stilling new life into many of the older the cultivation and preservation of the Vice President J. W. Stephens. . . I ft Irish language, and opened an Irish men, ana wnen louoweuf uy me ttr Recording Secretary Thomas Hen- - O, Ireland! don't you hear me shout? language school. I bid you "The top o' the mornin'." Man's Rambles" there was not a nessy. He was publisher and editor of the in the hall. During the enstill foot Financial Secretary Charles Peetz. Gael, a monthly paper, partly printed in upon Cleana's shelving strand suing hours Mr. O'Connor played a Corresponding Secretery George De- - Ho, hoi The surges are gladly beating; of inspiring Irish selections, the Gaelic language. He had a valuable Souchet. number librar jr in the Gaelic tongue, many volAnd Kerry is pushing her headlands out among them "Tatter Jack Walsh," Treasurer W. A. Pool. " To give us the kindly greeting. on the Gate," "Mrs. McCloud's ume of which were 200 years old. With Sergeant-at-Arm"Pigeon s Nelson Green. On to the shores the the aid of Prof. O'Growney he published fly, Reel" and "Rocky Road to Dublin," Board of Directors Walter M. Young, in the CelOn pinions that kuow no drooping, which had the effect of bringing out on "The Star Spangled Banner" Chairman; Charles Henthom, Harry tic language, and it was extensively cir- Sheldon, And out from the cliffs with welcome the floor many who had not "shook a John Fuchs and S. K. Adams. charged, foot" for years. Michael Collins, Peter culated. The body displayed its wisdom in the A million waves come trooping. At the recent convention held in New Quinn, Tom Noone and Peter Crane selection of its Chairman of the Board break-dowthat York, which resulted in the formation of of Directors, which position is next to O, kindly, generous Irish landj danced an was a revelation to the younger set and the Gaelic League of America, Mr. Logan that of President in importance. Walter So leal and fair and loving, was elected National Secretary, a post would be hard to equal. M. Young repre ents the Typographical No wonder the wanderinir Celt should Chairman Keenan then requested the which he was eminently qualified to fill. Union, is a man of good judgment, well think audience to repair to the meeting hall, Father Henebry, Professor of Gaelic in posted on labor matters, fully equipped And dream of you in his roving. University of America at may The alien home may have gems and gold, where other exercises were to follow. the Catholic is President of the to handle any of the problems that He first introduced James Rogers, one of Wellington, D. C, come before the board, and will prove a Shadows may never have gloomed it, the original promoters of the order in league. In starting his paper, the Gael, reliable and official. He is But the heart will sigh for the absent laud Mr. Logan surmounted obstacles which years ago, Jefferson county twenty-fiv- e also Chairman of the Printing CommitWhere the first illum'ed it. who spoke in complimentary terms of would have discouraged a less earnest tee, which augurs well for the typos. and patriotic man. Division 1 and the good work it had In the appointment of the committees And doesn't old Cove look charming Although not a practical printer by done, as did also John Barrett, another there, the printers were also recognized, Mr. trade, he procured type in the Irish charWatching the wild waves motion, pioneer of the order. Martin, employed on the Courier-Journa- l, patiently labored at the work James James Concannon convulsed the audi- acters and being placed on both the Leg Leaning her back up against the hills, paper of And the tips of her toes in the ocean? ence with one of his comic Irish songs, until he produced a islative and Grievance Committees. and was compelled to respond to an en much interest to all students of the When it conies to the framing of laws I wonder I don't hear Shandon's bells Oh, maybe their chiming's over, core. Scally's orchestra followed with a Gaelic. Over twenty years ago he wrote and pushing them to adoption he will finely rendered musical selection, and articles upon the revival of the Gaelic prove to be one of the ablest men ever For it's many a year since 1! began atresponded to the encore with a cornet language for the Irish World, which The life of a Western rdver. committee. tracted much attention iti Ireland and on that important solo that was well received. President McGill also recognized all an impetus to the movement there For thirty summers, asthore machree, President William Riley, of Division 1, give to which has grown to the splendid national sides, and tendered important places' Those hills I now feast my eyes on was introduced and prominent of Jeffersonville, proportions of today under the Gaelic Mr. Christen and his most Ne'er met my vision save when they rose made an interesting talk, telling of what supporters. League. Over memoty'sdim horizon. his division had accomplished and claim There were those who would like to E'en so, 'twasgrend and fair they seemed have seen George Roser, of the plumbers, ing for it the banner of the Falls Cities. QUIT THE ROAD. In the landscape spread before me; He concluded by extending an invitation elected Secretary, but he had just deuut areams are dreams, and my eyes to all Louisville Hibernians to visit their e clined the office of President of his own Mr. Peter Quinn, one of the would ope Jeffersonville brethren and attetid the railroaders, who was for fifteen years union, which he has filled for n nnmber To see Texas' sky still o'er me. lecture to be given under their auspices with the Ohio & Mississippi, the Louts of years, and therefore did not feel like on St. Patrick's day. Oh, oft upon the Texan plains, ville Southern three years, and latterly accepting oue in the central body. State Secretary James Coleman made a with John Lincoln on the Louisville, From what can be gathered there is When the day and the chase were over, few impromptu remarks, eulogizing the St. Louis & Texas, has at last consented not the bitter feeling existing that some My thoughts would fly o'er the weary old war horses of the order, and told to retire from railroading. This is in would have the public believe, many wave how they had not only taken care of the accordance with the wishes of his four saying the rumors of disaffection are And around this coast line hover! sick and relieved those in distress, but sons, two of whom are established in the being circulated for the avowed purpose And tne prayer would nse tliat some also buried the dead. future day, barber business Thomas, on Portland of injuring the movement rather than Mr. O'Connor's rendition of "Any aveuue, and Mike at the Gait House, through a spirit of friendship. All danger and doubting;scornin', Man's Wife But Your Own" created a His other sons are Patrick, with the I might help to win for my native land During the past few months the work furore, and in an instant nearly every Witherspoon Shoe Company, and James, The light of young Liberty's lnornin'. man in the audience had joined in the with whom he will be hereafter associ men of Ireland have taken great interest dance that was started by Mike Collins ated in business at Seventeenth and in the politics of that country, and the Now fuller and truer the shore-lin- e and Peter Quinn. John Kennedy, of Lytle, where he will be at home to his results of the first elections under the ever a scene so splendid? Jeffersonville, performed two 'pieces on friends and former associates. Mr. Quinn new Irish local government act are note worthy for the success of the Labor party, I feel the breath of the Munster breeze the new piano, which created a favor- occupies a high position in Insh-AmThank God that my exile's ended! able impression of the ability of the lean circles, and all congratulate him especially in the larger cities. Of sixty excellence of the instru- upon his advent into the business world representatives in Dublin fifteen of the Old scenes, old songs, old friends again, player and the The vale and the cot I waa born in! candidates of the Lalxr party were ment. of the O, Ireland! up from my heart of. hearts wm next introduced The telephone girl has an extensive elected. In Limerick twenty-fou- r Hon, John Ryan I bid you "The top o' the morata'." forty representatives elected belong to tn the assemblage, and ' made what calling acquaintance. Irish-AmericIrish-AmericI j newly-admitte- The smoker and stag social tendered the members of the Ancient Order of Hibernians by Division 1 last Tuesday n, ojoiti - 4jM(jUMtayint 1SHHHHIHBiions 1 IHHMMttkened Ji During the past two months the mem bers of the different divisions of the Ancient Order of Hibernians have been indulging in pleasures galore. The first social session of the winter was given by Division 2, and they will close the season by giving another on Thursday evening, Special Letter to the Kentucky February 9, at which thev will entertain American.! members and their lady friends their Frankfort, Ky.. Jan. 27. The and vistors from the other divisions in .... -l T 2.. Louisville. The affair is in the hands of Ancient Order nf TTihprnJniiQ Inefc. the officers, who will endeavor to nrrfeuge liesdav II I I'M was a irr.mil Kiirrnea , a o programme that will surpass any yet n ti.i i. nin.iin r i presented. hattrlsnniplv hntinrl vnlnmpa w.rp When President William T. Meehan ceived. and these added to the took the chair Thursday evening there j.. pustscsseui iuy iinc llivision i? was a fair attendance. The different Hiivmiy make quite a nice library. New volu committees made their 'reports, which showed the division to be in a prosperous zincs and newspapers of the day, condition. Edward Dwyer was initiated and three so Divisiau No. 1 will have a Hbi applications were referred. Tire mem bers decided to make an effort to boom the division, aud will start off with ni. .1 f T7 ill J three initiations at the next meeting. uuuu 11. uu us i.iimuy as possioie an President Meehan introduced Mr. John - nil. uiNiiiiuiibb 111. .Uupcial Barrett to the members, who delivered i'ii 1111. JliJllCllb UI 1H11I1V!1 of the ablest addresses ever made one before the division, during which he related much of its history, stating that finn.iunn ni nnnk'R rrpivpi nt tn No. 2 had during its existence paid out reception. . in sick and funeral benefits, over $15,000 .11 1111.1 1.1U1H1.J . besides assisting those enjoying good known resident of this city, died inf health materially and financially. Mr. ington last week. Barrett also paid a glowing tribute to the ... i r i nn.t. . i Kentucky Irish American, commending it to the members of the order, and say- Wednesday night last at their ha ing it should be found in every Choice Havauas and pipes were indulg home. He also complimented in, and cards served to amuse them un the other divisions on the zeal they were ii u tiuuK, wuen an repairea iiomewar displaying, and predicted a brilliant miss Katuerine Kellner, of Louisville future for the order. Is the guest of Miss Lizzie Weitzel. Interesting remarks were also made by The euchre to be given at the Ancient Cornelius Ford, Tom Camfield and PresiOrder of Hibernians' hall Wednesday dent Meehan. Daniel Cronin was issued a transfer card, much to the regret of the night, February 1, promies to be a de- 1IP11UL11 event. Mucin hncluiauuurittTft members. Ihe full particulars of th e i social session will be, ? 1 11 V. T VJ 11 Irish-Americ- fort Division. v.on-naug- ht sea-bir- n fair-mind- love-ligh- ts plauded. Shortly before the arrival of the hour for adjournment Edward Dalton and the Literary Committee retired aud prepared for the social session, which was a lively one. There was no prearranged pro- gramme, and alter partaking. oi tne refreshments sent from Pcenix Hill the members arranged themselves around the hall to listen to songs aud stories and enjoy a smoke. Jerry Hallahau and William Ansbro were the masters of ceremonies, and first introduced Mike Hoerty, who sang a comic Irish song in imitable style. Secretary Tom Kelly related a couple of amusing tales, after which William Murphy sang a song of the days of '08 that created a decided impression. After repeated calls from every one present and the assurance that it would not be published, President John Murphy responded and entertained the members in a man ner that surprised and delighted the en tire audience, and was loudly applauded. Among the most amusing features of the evening were the two glove contests, one by two members who had had previous experience, and the other by two who had never before donned the mitts. d floor was hard to stand The on, and as a result the latter two were constantly going down, their efforts to get in a good blow causing great laughter. James Kenealey sang a song that aroused great enthusiasm, and after sev eral 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. well-waxe- atsj de- - COUNTY xmmmmmmmmmmum urn i, iui aranteed Important Meeting Relative to St. Patrick's Day Celebration. This Saturday evening there will be a meeting of the County Board of the Ancient Order of Hibernians at Hibernian Hall, before which many matters of will come for interest to consideration. County President Murphy was compelled to call the meeting for tonight, as the halls will be occupied each night next week. The manner in which St. Patrick's day will be observed will be determined by the representatives of the various divisions, and as there are several plans suggested all are urgently requested to be present. The proposition to hold quarterly meetings of all the Hibernians in the city will also come before the board for discussion. The silver jubilee celebration of the order is another important matter to come before the County Board and there is a desire among the members that it be given immediate attention. The differ ent divisions are anxious to begin the work of preparation for the event at once. In addition to the foregoing the quar terly and yearly reports will be received and acted upon, with some other matters not yet ready to be made public, and the board will therefore have a busy session. Irish-America- MANY MADE MERRY. EXCELLENT PERFORMANCE. The Butchers' Union Cele brates and Bestows Fine Badges. Music Hall presented an animated scene Monday night, the 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 0fl5 o'clock 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 Weisbach, President of the union, who was attired in the cos tumc 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 years and over union tor twenty-liv- e were escorted to the stage, and Mr. Weisbach 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, Berthy Schaefer and Lillie Beck assisting him in their distnbimbtf. Among the many present were Major Lawson, Sheriff Henry Bell, Col. John Whallen, Mike Sweeney, TintJ. Oulli van, Gus Kane, John Murphy, James Kinnarney, William Sheridan, Alderman John's The minstrel performance given by St. and School Union Tuesday Wednesday evenings were an unqualified success, and many have expressed a hope that the young men will sooti re peat them. The audiences were delighted with the work of the entire company. and where all done so well it would be wiong to make individual mention. The end men Jacob Ulmer, Jacob Graft, M. F. Hill and E. B. Mann kept the audience constantly laughing, all of their jokes and witticisms being new and During the first part comic and sent! mental songs were excellently rendered by the end men and L. J. Veeneman, Andrew Johns and L. D. Bax. 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 Graft's stump speech convulsed the audience with laughter. "Bummeiineler's Hotel" proved a much more enjoyable farce than had been anticipated. In this Joe Hill dis tinguished himself as Officer McBraniit gan. The other parts were taken care of by Messrs. B. Speaker, H. Schaefer, J. L. Ulmer, A. Johns H. J. Veeneman The vocal selections of Henry Schaefer were also well received. Repeat, boys, old-tim- all. The Court of jtojpeals has affirmed the verdict for $500 damages rendered against the publishers of the Louisville Commer- rJ o 1 frtf nrintltirr fl elntirlarmtc! ri J r1 r 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 in augurated to secure new members. The division was devided into two sides the red, white and blues and the greens. Capt. Charles Pine aud Lieuts. D. J. and D. J. McNamara will command 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 sides'are working hard, and the membership will undoubtedly be greatly increased, as the initiation fee has been reduced from $3 to $1 for sixty days. The members line up as follows: Red, white and blues Capt. William D. Lewis, Lieut. Tobe Downey, Lieut, William 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. O'Brien, John Coleman and P. Calli- ban. Greens Capt. Charles Pyne, Lieut. D. J. McEUigott, Lieut. D. J. McNamara, P. O'Brien, J. Corbett, John Hogan, Owen Canty, John Dolan, William Downey, P. J. Coleman, L. A. O'Connor, 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 city's most charming young ladies, were married here Wednesday afternoon at the home of the bride's 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 as the Kentucky (Saturday), Irish American needs the money very much. NIGHT.OWL CLUB EUCHRE. The Night-Ow- l Euchre Club has comfor its coming pleted arrangements euchre, which will be given at the Hall of Mackin Council on Wednesday evening, February 8. Those who attend ate assured of a thoroughly enjoyable time. The proceeds will be used for the purpose of making additional improvements to St. George's church, N S0CIETV. Irish-Americ- er The next meeting of the Society will be held in Hibernian Hall Thursday evening. There will be a large number of applications for memTwo fools and two handkerchiefs are bership, and several important matters the only ingredients necessary to com win vuiue uciurc me uouy tor consider tion. pound a silly flirtation. NTuGKY KSH AMERICAN. ttHllltlltltlflllllllllllllll to tho Moral and Social Advancement of nil Irish Americans. WILTvIAM IVI. HIGGIN'B, Publlnlior. SINGLE COPY, 5c. Matter. Ureea Street. R1PTI0N PRICE, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. Entered at the Loulsvllto Postofflce as an LoramuBicauons 10 10c Second-Clas- s ncniuvM imaii aotckilan, jio west BTRAgCsi SVir.T.K.' KY..' IC PRIDE vs. CROAKERS. w SATTTRTlA V I TAW " rK 1 SAVE THE NAVY. The proposed increase of our tue standing army to 100,000 men is year 1099 lias guueu a iair a t ai I it ft tior tnf meeting with opposition in the BRITISH CRUELTY. BUTCHERTOWN BREWERY, House of Representatives as well as from the. business and working men The last of the Irish political swearing off and make up of the country. The vast sums of prisoners in Portland, Henry BurJtirlc r fiirn nvr n iipw ifnf Story Avenue, money that will necessarily be ex- ton, has not received a visit for n rpen Mir nprprminen nnnci pended in the maintenance of a years; aU his relatives are in this Telephone large army, if the bill becomes a country, and not in a position to nothing but what is good in law, would be used to much greater send over a visitor; and even now eautiful book of the passing advantage if applied to the con- the consolation is denied him of a This is not intended for a struction of war vessels and coast visit either from a representative A. O. II. defenses. While the country dep- of the Irish Amnesty Association, .. . .' . - .1 mimi uuiuuius anu uuvutmcs recates war, to follow the course or from Mr. Clarke, one of the reis herein contained and advo- - suggested would find us prepared cently released political prisoners, 1, but simply as a common- - for it, and would in the meantime who has asked for permission to We are at a loss to unmui-- i furnish employment for a large see him. appeal IU lUlliuiirii-acua.. j:..: J..-- 1 it. number of American workingmeu, derstand the attitude of the prison . Mr. Clarke's account me ve gooa, wnose source is in it. who would be rendering the gov- authorities. c a n: . r i ernment an equivalent for the mon- of Burton's condition is certainly ey taken from the people. Why the last of the We alarming. !1 J l can is Tjnmariiv uevuieu iu can raise a large army at any time, prisoners in England, who is sane, u i wic but not so with the navy. There- should be kept in prison any longer teresis aim . ... in lorr run fore we agree with Mr. Hay, of is certainly strange, but why this iUU laiC UUU lUUl IU1 1I.IV. Virginia, who concluded his re- poor man, almost bent double with pain and illness, should be denied us on the KentucKv side or tue marks on the measure as follows: and "Our situation is such with ref- the poor consolation of a visit, is to their descendants, those, whose lot being here, erence to other countries that a an instance of cruelty which the to take up the duties of large standing army never has been, prisons of few countries outside ensmp ana penorm inose amies is not now, nor ever will be a ne- Russia could surpass. The cessity. Our battles of the future, ntrlv and cheerfully. The trades unionists of Louisville naturally good- - if there are to be any, which God entuckian is will not be so foolish as to commit tnrpfl nnd confidintr. He believes forbid, must be fought upon the ... rvntil Am M high seas; we must look to our navy suicide because this or that one is dissatisfied with the action of the '.lie rich or poor, high or low, un to bring us victories. I would not majority. Secession and disruption til he is proven otherwise; and that disparage for one moment the brilwill not conduce to the amelioratrhit, so noble in itself, has over and liant achievements of our soldiers tion of their condition or growth of qver again, even in our own experi- - in the late war with Spain; they re monuments to American insu true trades union principles. We believe the Louisville workiugmen rance; but impar- renuentiv.to that n si record tpsr tnose Air. Ale: A Ken acluevemenTS"pale into insienifi act trom which it would take years VicPresident John jrivannan. of this article. subject to recover. They should always mm many friends of Mike O'Donnell bride. After the ceremony the coup dressed. Recording Secretary J. E. Yenner. tuckian born and naturalized re cance in comparison with those repaired to the home of the bride, where Leopold Fitz Jocelyn is engaged to .Llnnc,al Secretary D. J. Tiemey. bear in mind the motto of the State of Twentieth and Bank streets, will be a wedding supper was served to the im 1328 Grayson street. mains a Kentuckian and finds it im great triumphs of our navy, which glad to know that he has so far recovered Jessie Chad wick, but is being persecuted of Kentucky, "United we stand from his recent illness as to be able to mediate family. They will be at home by Gloriana, who loves him and to whom Treasurer George A. Daniel. possible, the world over, to mask have marked an epoch in nava! after February 12 at 63D East Mam divided we fall." be out again. he has given his photograph. In order street. himself. Such has been our expe warfare. The victories of Dewey EUCHRE AND DANCING, to avoid meeting her he changes clothes street, has be Mike Walsh, rience in many lands where we have at Manila and Schley at Santiago The additions to our subscription come known as of Oldham of the band Miss Belle Kennedy entertained the with his valet, who for the time as the leader met hundreds who were born or crushed the Spanish power. Let list this week" were quite gratify He received his title on account of being Cornia Euchre Club Tuesday evening at sumes the position of master, and the Ladies' Auxiliary Will Enterhis home, 721 West St. Catherine street, complications that follow can only be .... tain Many Friends Next naturalized and lived for a number us then build a strong navy and lug. Ml mere are sua many more seen leading the crowd out Seventh street The ladies first prize, a handsome music appreciated by being seen. Tuesday Evening. every evening. Kentucky. His civic avoid the dangerous experiment '0 who would cheerfully of vears in box, was captured by Miss Josie L. God subscribe That popular vaudeville and burlesque won Copt. P. J. Breen left the city Wednes frey, and the gentlemen's prize was and State pride is great and ever on a great standing army. The liber our friends would only introduce The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Ancient by Mr. J. Charles Obst. The consolation attraction, Fred Rider's New Night offensive when he is far from ty of the citizen will not be sup- the paper to them. With a little day for Southern Indiana. He was prizes were awarded to Miss Mary Kelly Owls Company, will come to the Buck Order of Hibernians have made all the the called to the bedside of his mother-in-lathe Bfuegrass; but though his pride pressed, the ballot box can not be effort the number now taking the who was reported as not expected to sur and Mr. Patrick Walsh. Among those inghani next week, commencing their arrangements for their .mchre and dance engagement with the usual Sunday mat Tuesday evening and they will enterpresent were Misses Anna McParland recent severe illness. is no whit less, the result and con desecrated, the people of the conn paper could be doubled. There is vive a Mary Kelly, Agnes Laven, Agnes Sheri inee. The mere announcement of the tain their guests more hospitably than sequences of his pride, when he is try will not be unduly taxed, our no reason why our circulation M. J. Palmer, residing at Twenty-fiftdan, Lizzie Murphy, Mary, Maggie and fact that this favorite show will be here ever before attempted. Both halls will draw large at home, are of but small benefit commerce will flourish, our mer should not be 10,000. The larger and Bainbridge streets, is still confined Josie Godfrey, Mary and Nellie Lang, is generally sufficient to but Manager be at the disposal of their friends, nnd those who prefer dancing to progressive to his home, very ill of typhoid fever, Blanche Milligau, Belle and Fannie Ken crowds to the Buckingham, and often iniurious to his State chant marine will grow continually, it is the better we can serve our His many friends are hoping for a favor nedy; George Flahiff, William Phalen Rider is one of the few who do not be' eucher will be enabled to indulge to their and city, and through them to him the produce of our farmers will patrons and and advertisers. able change in his condition. Otto T. Griggs, James J. Laven, Thomas lieve in traveling on past reputation. It hearts' content, as the floor will be O'Bryan, Thomas Fitzpatrick, James is his aim to strengthen his shows every specially prepared for the occasion. To the Kentuckian away find a market, our workingmeu will self. Martin Minogue has been confined to succeeding season, and those who re During the evening refreshments will The Kentucky Irish American his home, 1431 Hull street, for the past Brady, J. Charles Obst, George A. Shea member the excellent performances pre from the land washed by "the be employed, and our beloved flag, be served in abundance, and n number Patrick Walsh, Thomas Malone Nic Gat- sented by this company in the past years of pleasing vocal and instrumental selechpnntiful river" nothing is too the emblem of liberty and frater would suggest that the excessive month with an attack of the grip. His hoff. friends wil be glad to know that he has will bear testimony to this statement. tions rendered by ocnl!st good for a Kentuckian; to the Ken nity, will float triumphantly over telephone rates imposed upon the so far recovered as to be able to go out. This season he has engaged a strong list Miss Rose Sweeney and her assistants DEATHS. RECENT Louisville business men be reduced nothing is too every.sea." lurk-inat home of the best vaudeville talent nnd will leave nothing undone to make the The many friendstf Rev. Father Daly, to reasonable figures by fair means chorus of pretty girls, who are good occasion an enjoyable one, and they good for the outsider. Remember, of the Dominican church, regret that he The funeral of Mrs. Ellen Finnegan PROQRESS IN IRELAND. instead of through bribery and cor had to succumb to illness. He is at took place from her late residence, 2225 singers, and is producing a new idea in hope to see Hibernian Hall crowded. we write from a pecuniary and burlesque, "A Pack of There will be no charge except twenty- continuous From several articles in the Rail ruption. Why should our citizens present at St. Joseph's Infirmary. His Griffith's avenue, Sunday morning. Aft Cards." This is said to be replete with nve cents xor uie rciresnments. financial standpoint and can not par speedy recovery is anxiously hoped for, erthe obsequies at St. Cecilia's church ideas, hilarious comedy and ticularize in this article; but many way World of the current month it have to pay double what is charged the remains were interred in St. Louis many pleasing musical numbers. Man SHRINE DED1CATCD. Mr. John Holland, the popular watch cemetery. of our readers will catch the drift of appears that electric traction is on the opposite side of the river? ager Rider has especially engaged three One of the grandest ceremonies ever man with the Louisville Packing Com European pantomimists to produce "An witnessed in St. Augustine's Miss Mary Kenned), a our meaning and immediately call making rapid progress in Ireland, (colored) The fight now going on between pany, and family and" James O'Connell and family returned Monday after a lady of Lebanon, who was visiting Mrs, Affair of Honor," the act which made church, Fourteenth and Broadway, took to mind many instances where hun which has today the distinction of the daily papers is to be regretted. pleasant visit with John O'Connell in the T. D. Lyons, 009 Eighth street, died such a terrific hit at Koster & Bial's place last Sunday evening, on the occadreds of thousands of dollars have possessing two of the most exten Scarcely a day passes in suddenly Monday morning. The funeral New York Music Hall some vveeks ago, sion of the dedication of the shrine of which one county. took place Wednesday morning from the ventured and lost in foreign sive electt ic tramway systems in or the other does not been St. Anthony. The small church was MOSG GREEN BALL. contain slurs The dance of the Young Ladies' Aux Cathedral. crowded to the doors, many being unof the the kingdom. In Dublin a third and enterprises to the detriment inuendo that should bar them iliary of Inntty Conncil at Library Hall Those of our readers who wish to wit able to gain admission. The dedicatory We regret to announce the death of ness a investors and the lasting injury of route has been recently opened, from the family circle. Monday evenmsr is sure to attract a large "warm" mask ball can do so by at exercises were preceded by solemn vesMiss Mary Cooper, which occurred on crowd. They are making effoits to make tending that of the Mose Green Club at pers, which were excellently sung by the our own fair city, which is so able bringing the total length of the this the most enjoyable affair ever given Thursday morning at the residence of Music Hall Monday evening. Messrs. choir, assisted by the Instrumental Quinto all electric tramways there up to sixWilliam Goebel is the first man to to give good and safe' returns her father, Pierce Cooper, 1529 Payne Scott Newman, under their auspices. Kessler, George tet, composed of Messrs. Joseph E. Hill, street. Miss Cooper was a most estimable Bicrod and others John committee have oi. investments. Such instances have teen miles, and work is proceeding publicly announce himself as a can of the ii. lioertz, jacoo Butler, Charles Col- Wm. Broderick, father of Tom Brod and talented young lady, and her demise labored incessantly for the past month, vm, U. J. Hubbard and A. J. Bell, all of breeded a numerous class of genuine, on the remainder of the system, didate for Governor. He stands street, has been ill at Sts. is mourned by a large circle of friends and some unique surprises may be looked whom are soloists of marked abilitv. of croakers, of which will aggregate, when the by the Democratic party, indorsing erick, andZane d old. Elizabeth Hospital for the last and relatives. Her funeral took place for. Among the members who will assist Mozart's "Magnificat" was given u Mary fine two weeks. Under the treatment he is this morning from St. Aloysius' church, in making it pleasant for visitors are rendition by the choir. electrical equipment of the whole the Chicago platform. whom more anon. and the remains were interred in St. receiving there his recovery is only a Dad" Price, Frauk MeGrath, Frank The pastor, Rev. Father Albert. Bear in mind tnat we an are in is completed, over one hundred Louis cemetery. The Kentucky Irish American question of a short while. Dugan, Mike Sweeney, Martin Donahue preached a very eloquent se.mon on the duty bound, one to the other that miles of track. This is likely to and many others, f hey will see that you life of St. Anthony, after which the y takes pleasure in acknowledging its Very Rev. Father Bax entertained the Mrs. Michael Mclntyrc, a procession took place and the the weal of each and every one is remain for some time the most ex and highly respected lady, died Sunday get your money's worth." obligations to Hon. Edward J. Mc- members of the St. John's School Union shrine was blessed. The ceremony was mormug at her home on Wall street, HOLY NAA1E CHURCH. the common weal of our whole two tensive city system of tramways in ajjeautiful and impressive one. BeneDermott. Would there were more Minstrel Company, after their excellent effersonville. The deceased had been performance Wednesday night, with an hundred thousand citizens, and that the kingdom, and in the excellence The ladies of the Holy Name Church diction and the singing of "Holy God" ike him. elegant banquet, at which be presented suffering for two months from a complicommon weal we must and completeness of the main feat- with the cation of diseases. She was the mother will entertain their mends with a pro. by the entire congregation closed the Miss Florence Ulmer with a handsome of John Mclntyre, the popular grocer. gressive euchre at Hibernian Hall Mon exercises. rise or fall. No one that we know utes of the equipment the system The tactics resorted to by Gelatt gold cross. Both husband and son have the sym- day afternoon and evening. Everything A project which is of deep interest, not of is particularly anxious for a ride is well fitted to become a Mecca to- and his henchmen in their efforts tb Mr. Henry F. Cassin, Deputy Clerk of pathy of a large number of acquaintances. heretofore undertaken by them has pro only to the district, but to Ireland genad- wards which members down the suowless toboggan of of local establish a new paper verify what the United States Courts, who underwent Her funeral took place at St. Augustine's ven successful, anu inose wuo spend erally, is at present on foot at Kauturk. Monday afternoon or evening with them This is nbthing less than a severe surgical operation last week, is church Tuesday morning. versity; and for that reason our authorities and other inquirers in we said about them months ago. the reopening will have a pleasant time. The proceeds on an extensive scale of improving rapidly, but will be confined the once famous should be provided with the field of local transport may for the benefit of the church, civic pride Anthony Dunn died suddenly of heart will be used n The Society will to his home, 3325 High avenue, for sev trouble Monday morning at Versailles. and all who can do so should assist them County Cork collieries, situate on the s healthy stimulus which, turn. Those who have in view a property of William N. Leader, a few eral weeks. His many friends wish him in their laudable work. meet again Thursday night. Cor- a speedy recovery. His remains were brought to the home miles southwest of Kanturk. It is almost during the coming year, will rear the needs of smaller towns mav. BADLY SCALDED. of Mr. John Galvin, 1121 Eighth, street, thirty years since mining operationa offspring that will however, be encouraged to extend rect accounts of the proceedings Quite a large number of their friends and his funeral took place Wednesday into lusty life the in the district were in full swing, at will be found in these columns. The accident which befell Mr. Janie3 which period there were were handsomely entertained by Mr. and morning from the Cathedral of the As enthuse two hundred thousand be- their journey to the "Capital of the hundreds of Mrs. William J. MeGrath upon the occa sumption The deceased was born in Furey at the plant of the Louisville men employed and a verv urtiv a a with the fact that they are citi South." There, in the ancient is more serious successful business carried on. Anthraings Gen. Eagau is now being tried sion of the chrMteaiug of their little Ireland sixty-fiv- e years ago, but was a Electric Light Company first supposed. While at cite l. zens of Louisville first and last and city of Cork, may be seen in opera by years than awas at tube, exploded, badly scald- ties, coal was then raised in Urge quantiLet us await the daughter. The pouer were Mia Joie resident of this city for thirty-fiv- e and while some of it work boiler . Am Sullivan and Mr. Charle Hodapp. An before removing to Versailles, following ing his hand and arm, and his phyaiciaus it was principally used by was exported, entttckians all tue time, do suau tion the third largest electrical findings of that body before puff elegant dinner wm local fanners ttrved in honor of the the trade of a carriage wood worker, and atate that he will be unable to use them for burning lime aud in many cases even prosper. tramway system in the1 kingdom. ing judgment. d for domestic purposes. event enjoyed the confidence and respect of all for a month. that the .New Year The Railway World gives a fully illustrated description of the undertaking, and mentions that the arrangements deserve special attention, 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. -- EMBLEM CONTEST! $ T h r Who Is the Most Popular Hibernian? $ 1 1 1 L . e 1 - 1. 1 wcu-uciu- -- L. m t- - 1 1 iur. i.ouis iiuuncs, wuu suuntu u dislocation 01 111s nip some weens ago iy a falling, is reported to be doing as well as VP could be expected. Owing to his age, over fifty years, his recovery will be slow, nnd his physicians say it will be six Or ..ft Frank P. Sciin spent last Sunday at weeks before he will be able to be out again. West Baden Springs. . Record the Candidate on the First Line, Division on the Second. Misses Maggie and Katie Lucey are the Miss Katie Hcraty is enjoying a two promoters of a select dance, to be given weeks' visit witli friends in Chicago. to their friends about the middle of FebWilliam Lincoln has recovered from ruary, at a hall to be selected later on. an attack of the grip, and returned to his Jim Sexton has kindly volunteered his position. servicestas floor manager, which fact itself is a guarantee that everything will n wine be conducted inn pleasant and satisfactory Phil Hollenbach, the importer, has been staking a course of manner. the waters at West Baden. Mr. Joseph Welch, of 2418 Bank street, Misses Minnie and Lizzie Luthin, of returned to the city Saturday, after a 1400-140- 4 Shelbyville, were this week the guests three-week- s visit with friends in 891. of Misses Lizzie and Annie Lighton. LOUISVILLE, KY. N. Y., where he officiated as best man at the wedding of his brother, The many friends of Martin Higgius Michael Welch. Rumor has it that Joe who knew him. Mr. Dunn was a charwill read with pleasure that he has recovleft his heart in the little city on the ter member of the Cathedral branch of SOCIETY ered from a severe attack of the grip. Hudson, and will shortly make another the Catholic Knights of America. Mr. Martin Corcoran, who has been trip Eastward. THEATRICALS. seriously ill for the ast four weeks, is The dance of the Young Ladies' Auxilreported to be in a fair way to recovery. The Paterson News says of "The iary of Trinity Council, which takes DIVISION 1 Pat Kane is confined to his home at place Tuesday evening, promises to be Wheel of Fortune" which will be seen at Meets on the Second and Fourth Tuesday Evenings of Each Month. Eighth and Oak streets by illness. His an enjoyable one. The following ladies the Avenue all next week: An electrical President Edw'ard Clancy. storm of sensation, an avalanche of meri friends are hopeful of his speedy recovery. will act as a reception committee: Vice President Thomas Dolan. James Kelly, Ben F. Hund, P. torious fun would be an appropriate head Recording Secretary L. D. Perranda. Miss Mary Murphy will this week leave Byron, J. C. Stroebel, Misses Louisa line to precede "The Wheel of Fortune," Financial Secretary Peter Cusick, 132 refor New York City, where she will Annie Schwaninger, Daley, Mayme which is filling a week's engagement at Twentieth street. main some time as the guest of her sis- Mathes and Fannie Cunuiffe. the Eden. Originality has been the one Treasurer John Mulloy. ter. aim in constructing this highly interest Bessie Gallagher, of 930 Fourth Miss DIVISION 2 ing play, which from the rise of the cur Our crayon portraits are pronounced avenue, denies the reported engagement tain to the end of the last act holds the Meets on the Second and Fourth Thurss day Evenings of Each Month. by all who have seen them. of her to Mr. C. M. Love, of Washing- spectator spellbound. Novelties that rePresident William T. Meehan. Read the advertisement in another col- ton, D. C. She states that she doesn't quired mouths and months of hard study Vice President Thomas Camfield. umn. even know C. M. Love, never having are introduced with a rapidity that is Recording Secretary J. Charles Obst. ! heard of him, and can not account for amazing to behold. Every act requires Financial Secretary John T. Keancy, Michael Murphy, who recently rethe report. Whoever he may be, he has turned from Ireland, will soon be estab- been warmly congratulated in the minds a setting of special sceuery, painttd true 1335 Rogers street. Treasurer Owen Keiren. lished in business at Seventeenth and of numerous admirers of Miss Gallagher to nature, making it a perfect dream of wonderland. Bright songs, novel dances Portland avenue. DIVISION 3 since the announcement. and refined specialties are cleverly inter Meets on the First and Third Wednesday Mr. Harry Kirchdorfer, who has been woven in each act and rendered by a Evenings af Each Month. A delightful coffee social was given by seriously ill for some timc.is considerably artists, assuring company of President Joseph P. Taylor. the Coronation Charity Club at the resi- the audience of a night of solid amuse improved, and his physician states he Vice PresidentPhil Cavanaugh. dence of Mr. John Broderick, 434 East ment. Recording Secretary JohnCavanaugh. will scon be able to be out. Main street, Tuesday and Wednesday Financial Secretary N. T. Sh was dancing and reOfficer Frank Dignan's host of friends evenings. There "Gloriana" is the title of the play to 2018 Lytle street. Treasurer D. J. Coleman. will regret that his coudition remains freshments. The committee was com- be presensed by the Meffert Stock Comunchanged. There is but little hope now posed of Misses M. McEUiott, M. Rea- pany next week. This play has never DIVISION 1 gan, M. McGuire, E. Shea K. Foley, K. before been presented outside of high-price- d entertained for his recovery. Meets on the Second and Fouth Wednestheater-goin- g Boden, M. Broderick, T. Devine, K. theaters, and the day Evenings of Each Month. Mrs. Matilda Wallis is recovering Buckle, L. Guthrie, L. Castele, M. l, public will doubtless appreciate the efPresident John II. Ileunessy. from a severe attack of the grip at the N. McDermott, M. Laren and J. forts of Col. Meffert to enable it to witVice President Thomas Lynch. home of her son, Z. L. Wallis, 409 Mulhall. s Recording Secretary Thomas J. Kelly. productions at popular ness eighty-si- x years Twentieth street. She is Financial Secretarv Gcnnrp TJlnin'fr prices. "Gloriana" has been pronounced The marriage of Miss Elizabeth Gat-ho- by the critics of the country one of the 420 East Gray street. old. and Mr. Henry Allsmiller was ireasurer Harry Brady. The many friends and acquaintances of solemnized Tuesday evening in the best comedies of the day a continued round- - of laughter in three acts. The DIVISION 0 popular Pat Gallon i iM"inir Cathedral parlors by Rev. Father Schu ro Meets on the First and Third Tuesday learn that. maun. T ll j- Two handsome Emblems of the Ancient Order of Hibernians will be awarded by the Kentucky Irish hit American to the members receiving the highest number of votes, these coupons only to be used for ballots. ,0 m well-know- JOHN P. OERTEL, CREAM COMMON BEER Cox-sacki- e, own Mes-dam- first-clas- well-know- n Lit-rel- first-clas- ff -- h first-cla- ss well-know- n hoarse-throate- well-know- n dedi-cator- Irish-America- first-clas- court-martia- a . HENEBRY. Sketch of the Most Prominent Figure in tho Gnellc Movement in America. Occupies the Chnir Founded in tlio Catholic University ut Washington. Completed His Studies in Germany, Graduating With Distinction. PRESIDENT OF THE LEAGUE. Rev. Richard Henebry, Ph. D., Professor of Keltic Languages in the Catholic University of America, was born in Mount Bolton House, Portlaw, County Water-foron September 10, 1803. His parents' names in their own language were Piarus de Henebre and F.iblin ni Chaissin. He received his first instruction nt home, and afterward attended the primary schools Clonmore, County at Carrick-on-Sui- r, Kilkenny, and his native town. After two years' studies of humanities in City he entered St. John's Ecclesiastical College in the same place, where he spent one year. He had nt this time shown great cleverness and a remarkable aptitude for study. On leaving St. John's College he 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, principally at St. Augustine's church in Grantyy 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 mother's lips, and which was the language of hitf 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 g tales and traditions from the workmen around Carrick, and his principal teachers, as he became more advanced, were Seaan Ruadh O'Sheehan and "Tom" Lannon in Portlaw and "Bob" Weldon of ComejraghMillsw ,of whom he cherishes a greatful remem brance. He taught elementary Irish while t boy in the College School, Stephen street, Waterford, and he also taught the lan guage while in Maynooth, in St. Mary's Division, iu 1892. While iu Manchester he was fortunate piioutrh to"eniov the familiar companion ship of the celebrated Keltist, Prof. John Strachan, of the Owen's College, with whom he exchanged modern and 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 Washington by the Ancient Order of Hibernians became an accomplished fact, Father Henebry was the unanimous choice of the leaders of the Gaelic revival fn Ireland and America for the professorship, and he was accordingly appointed by the University authorities. He then proceeded to Germany to complete his studies principally 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 Zim-min 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 examination he wrote a dissertation entitled "A Contribution to the Phonology of Desi-IrisbWa-terfoGaelic-speakinlate-midd- le er ." want you home; thai you were a nuisance and raised the dickens whenever you were there. She hopes I won't let you have any more furloughs." "That settles it. I suppose I can't have the furlough, then?" said Pat. "No. I'm afraid not, Patrick. It wouldn't be well forme to grant it under the circumstances." It was Patrick's turn now to eye the Colonel, as he started away. Stopping suddenly, he said: "Can I say something to yez, sir?" "Certainly, Patrick, what is it?" "You wor.'t he angry, sir, if I say it?" "Certainly not, Patrick. What is it?" "I wan't to say there are two splendid liars in this tent and I'm one of them. I was never married in my life." A Moderate. Man. ' S?225 Anna'E. Gumakk. J vt II W v 1 GREAT OFFER! TO THE PATRONS OF THE zr r v gr 2. So 9 i. Long years a go, one ev er since that DALY ELECTED MAYOR, He Received the Unanimous urn 11 in 4 We have made arrangements whereby sub scribers can procure a W Life Size Vote of the Limerick Council. I av Crayon Portrait, 1 6 x 20 inches, and this paper for one year for the low price of d, The Associated Press dispatches convey the news that John Daly, the Irish political prisoner who was released from Portland prison in 1890, after having been sentenced to penal servitude for life iu 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 O'Dounell, who was one of his associates in the early days of the Land League movement. day ' well 1 saw a' a lone - ly hill man Up - on day, I've looked in vain to find A man who turned and ran. A man who'd run a way. -- Now Now fife 'i ! These portraits will be the work of the best home talent, and are guaranteed to give entire satisfaction: 2.00. I af ar- Specimens Can Be Seen at Our Office, 326 West Green St. 2 Si- - SPORTY ITEHS. Last Tuesday Jim Watts left for Chicago, where he is training for another fight with Charley Goff. Chris Von der Abe 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. d The contest between Tommy Hogan and Oscar Gardner at Pittsburg Monday night resulted in a draw. It was the most scientific bout ever witnessed in that city. Capt. Fred Clarke placed his name to a Louisville contract Tuesday. That evening he left for Chicago to settle his business affairs, after which he will go South to make arrangements for the spring work of the Colonels. The base ball world was given a surprise this week when it was announced uTmSSgey-yaalflno- f Baltimore, had of traded Demontrevillefcnfr-Pahleu- , Chicago. The latter will play third base for the new Brooklyn team, which will result in the release of McGraw. A press dispatch says Fred Powers, catcher of the L'iijHaikjani. now a student of Notre S 'for MiNaaajk'ee t 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 Louisville Club and the result of the suit between Von der Ahe and Muckenfuss, Director Barney Dreyfuss said to a reporter: "There is no danger of a 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. ten-roun- Now is the time to subscribe and take advantage These portraits will prove a Li desirable addition to any home. of this liberal offer. r- -f fi r V- - ft V please don't I look, pre - tend and that smile I and think am vcr f and y say shy, That you So that can a (sEk ' The Kentucky Irish I ft - jp Copyrljiht, t8!)7,"Ty7hT5iusKr r T . ma fi L i rv f.f rN-- . American s Weekly Journal, which is Is a printed and mailed on Fridays, so that its city readers may take advantage of the announcements it contains and be directed where to make their Saturday purchases. This will result in great benefit to our first-clas- I un - der - stand bash ful man why ' he ran a - way just some day to me pray fly cause But a a man that's shy, man that's shy, He He a 3 BE I 3 Tiie -- i "i i" "5" FRENCH TRIBUTE. - m- - Dr. Henebry litis contributed freely in Gaelic and English to The Gael (Brooklyn) and Fainne an Lae (Dublin), and some of his more notable articles in other publications are "The Progress In Gaelic" and "Irish Phonology," both of which appeared in the Catholic University Bulletin, the latter in October, 1898. He also prepared a more popular edition of the Griefswald Dissertatiou mentioned 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 movement in this country. In addition to his scholarly attainments he is a practical, vigorous man of action. , He is devoted tothe Gaelic movement because he beCATHOLIC UNIVERSITY QUESTION. lieves it is the only agency through which Cardinal Vaughan has done splendid Ireland can be thoroughly and the Irish nation rehabilitated, service by putting the claims of the Irish and, what s more, he believes it will suc- people for a Catholic university so prominently and so conclusively before the ceed. Government and before the people of TWO OP A KIND. England. His Eminence has published Patrick O'Mara, a private iu the One and drawn very particular attention to a Indiana, went petition addressed to Lord Salisbury, Hundred and Fifty-eight- h to Col. Harry Smith one day last sum- which the Catholic Bishops of England leave of have formulated in favor of the estab-memer and asked for a of a university for the Catholics of absence. The Colonel was not u severe disciplinarian, but for reasons did not Ireland. The Cardinal urges the claim believe in extending too many privileges in the most cogent and convincing lanto Patrick, and did not hesitate in using guage, and the English Bishops practically adopt the proposals of the Bishop a subterfuge in evading the issue. "Well said the Colonel, "what do you of Limerick, contained in the admirable article which his lordship recently confurlough for?" want a Patrick answered: "My wife is very tributed to the Nineteenth Century, and sick, and the children arc not well, and in which he effectively disposed of all if ye didn't mind, she would like to have the objections raised on the one hand by nie home for a few weeks to give her a Arthur Balfour and on the other hand by John Morley. The publication of these bit of Mitnce." , Col. Smith eyed .him for a few minute documents materially strengthens the bands of the advocates of this very neces- and laid: "Patrick, I might grant yo euiaud, unanimously urged by the reaueat. but I aot a letter from your wii Hy of, the people of Ireland. this morning, saying that she doesn well-knowtwo-week- s' nt two-week- s' In a recent number of the Patrie 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 surrendered. Hail to the green standard of invincible hope." M. Millevoye goes on: "In Dublin, William Redmond, constituting himself the eloquent interpreter of the feelings of the Irish democracy, sent on to us on the very day after Fash-od- a 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 conveyed. Let him transmit it to his colleagues, to his friends, to the unconquerable people who, sentenced to death, decimated, still stand erect and free, in spite of chains, and who, in spite of death, feel that they are indestructible." n This handsome tribute from a Frenchman to the Irish people will be appreciated. looks at you like this Then he turns a- round and thinks a kiss; But you IS ONLY sumption Price ; Q Q" YEAR EE2 5 Invariably in advance, and for this small sum we promise to issue one of the brightest, cleanest, newsiest Irish American newspapers in the United States. We will endeavor to furnish our readers a fearless, liberal and honest publication one that may be relied on for its every word. & need not be a - & fraid He won't trou - ble you a bit You may :fe3L. think he's in A Map jliii I Advertisers Will serve the interests by sending in their copy as early in the week as possible. They will find that advertisements placed in this paper will be productive of the best results, as it now has a very large circulation among the best class of our citizens. fa j f if j some-wher- e near you, But just turn a- round, . he's nit. Subscribe Now. &&&& Address all Correspondence and Business Communications to the 2 3 3. 2 f The carpenters' unions of this city held an open meeting and smoker at Beck's Hall Thursday night. The object of the meeting was to strengthen the local organization. Louisville should posseaa a much stronger organization than" the present one, and would famish a good field for the labors of a national organ-ite- r. between the coal miners and operators in Refraakments'were served, several the States of Indiana, Ohio, Illinois and telling speeches delivered and consider- Pennsylvania have been amicably set able progress made tied. This means peace for more than 100,000 men and their employers. The contain the sratl- - e&Urment was celebrated by an immense The press meeting in Pittsburg. differeoces existing tying news 1 (I 326 west Green I n si 12. the head, face and upper part of the JO lody. Her father and mother returned shortly afterward and did all in their power to save the injured child, but she Record of the riost Important of succumbed to her injures on Saturday What They Have Been Doing Is What You Get. Try our morning. the Past Week General the Recent Events Culled On Sunday the Very Rev. Father News Notes. From Exchanges. 1st Pool Newell Ennistymon, while preparing to S12 814 CLAY celebrate early mass in the Convent of 2. Telephone 209-KY. Send in your coupon ballots. suddenly ill. Dr. The Dublin Gazette contains the an- Mercy, became not yet reState President Cusick has nouncement that the Right Honorable O'Dwyer, Ennistymon, was at once sent trip. Screened Lump, 25 bus .$2.25 -Vicount Acheson, of Gosford, County for and attended the reverend gentle- turned from his Southern Screened Lump, 100 bus County President John Murphy's ab- .. 9.00 appointed Deputy man. After the doctor had left him Armagh, has been Anthracite, best quality, per ton 0.50 Father Newell became weak, and, grad- sence from the smoker Tuesday evening 219-22- 7 Lieutenant for that county. Crushed Coke, 60 bus .. 4.50 ually sinking, expired. He is sincerely was noticed. On Thursday, at the Convent of Mercy, amongst Division 1 will be represented on the Limerick, Miss Elizabeth Neville, in re- mourned by his parishioners, as pastor for Hall Board by James Barry, Tom Keenan 18 years, whom he had labored ligion Sister Mary Lignori.aged WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN thirty years. and Michael Collins. Office, 452 W. Jefferson St. was interred. She was the daughter of 'Phones 1821 and 871. OF5 On Saturday evening John Malone, Military Diviaion 16, of Lynn, started Mr. John Neville, of Dundalk. Coroner of Cookstown, and a jury, held the new year with the addition of four KY. A fire occurred on the premises of John an inquest on Francis McShorc, aged Cunliffe, chemist, of Padiham, near thirteen years, a servant boy in the em- members to its ranks. Burnley. Mrs. Cunliffe and a daughter ployment of Mr. Anderson, of Balljv The Hall Board made a decided imwere rescued from the bedroom window, magutrc. From the evidence it appeared provement when they put in the new THOMAS KEENAN. WJ DANIEL DOUGHERTY, There but Mr. Cunliffe was burned to death. that the deceased fell from a ladder and platform for officers and visitors. are others to follow. A young man named John Cournane, sustained internal injuries. From the m who "was tried for complicity in the evidence of Dr. Boyd, who examined the Louisville Hibernians were disapmurder of an old man named Quirke, body, it appeared that the cause of death pointed in not having Messrs. Barney EIGHTH near Tralee, about eight years ago, and was hemorrhage. The jury found a ver- Coll, John Dougherty and Patrick Tracy with them Tuesday night. who was on that occasion sentenced to dict accordingly. 2 penal servitude for life, has just been rePresident William Riley, of Jefferson-villOn Wednesday Mrs. Norton, relict of leased. Finest Vanilla and Lemon Creams. will concede nothing to Louisville 65c the late John Norton, of Francis street, A reward of $250 has been offered by Dublin, died at I'inest Fruit Creani3. . . 75c 1229 West Market Street, Bet. Twelfth and Thirteenth her late residence, Bal- to the disparagement of his division. His Sherbets, the very best. 05c the members cf the Limerick County ly nastockan, County Wicklow. The de- constituents are justly proud of him. , $1.00 l'lavoreu Uricks. Hunt for the detection of the persons ceased had reached the ripe old age of The members of Division 1 accepted 1 xl Guaranteed striptlv miro nml nf flnoct mmlllu t CH u who poisoned the county hounds recently ninety-five- , and had retained her full the invitation of the Ladies' Auxiliary All Calls Promptly Attended to, Day or Night. CarAll kinds of Fancy Cakes for weddings and parties made and ornamented to teward of 30 is ofat Ballingany. A riages Furnished lor All Occasions. order. Goods shipped to all parts of the country. If you like our Roods, tell mental faculties to the last. Belonging to attend their reception and dance Tuesfered for private information on the same to the family of Cullen, which had day evening. This division goes after a, ...k.raa, .1 uuk, isu us, vutiiu pi itcs iur ueuiers, iioieis ana large orders. subject. given several heroes to the '08 movement, everything. TolcplioncM, GSS. At the meeting of the Kells Board of she had married into a family, then as There are matters of vital importance resolution was passed ap- now, equally as distinguished for its Guardians, a its to come before the County Board at proving of the proposed line of railway patriotism. The interment took place on meeting this evening, and President Murand Mulliugar. A lively Friday. between Kells phy requests the attendance of the offNearly contest is expected in Kells. A meeting of the tradesmen and labor- icers of each division. thirty candidates have been nominated ers of Trim and surrounding districts "Cead Mille Failthe," over a portrait for fifteen councilorships. was held in the Town Hall, Trim, on last of Robert Emmet, was a conspicuous 10 at A serious fire occurred January Sunday for the purpose of considering feature of the decorations at the second ' the felt works of Francis & Son, Belfast. what action should be taken in view of annual ball of Military Division 40, in who had William McMillan, a workman the approaching elections under the local Lyceum Hall, East Boston. effected his escape, returned to the government act. Mr. Patrick Connolly The Ladies' Auxiliary will install their to reburning premises, it is thought, presided. Over 300 voters Were in at- newly-electe- d officers on the second cover his coat, and was afterwards dis- tendance. A committee was appointed SEVENTH AND OAK STREETS. Sunday of February. Their last meetrecognition. covered charred beyond to carry out the objects of the meeting. ing was a social one, and those present At Londonderry Count Arthur Moore," It was decided to support no candidate (1 were delightfully entertained. of Moore's Fort, Tipperary, was adopted that was not pledged to support the enNo. 1 AND Some of the members of Division by a Nationalist convention as candi- dowment of a Catholic university and have put forward Mike Cavanaugh in the Telephone 1H0. date for DerryCily. The Unionist can- home rule. Branch House 905 West Market Street, race for the prize offered by this paper for didate is Mr. Emerson T. Henderson, of The Mullingar Board of Guardians, the most nomilar Hibernian. Some of Sion Mills, County Tyrone, who twice who some time ago adopted the resoluhis friends want to give odds that he will contested East Donegal against Mr. Ar- tion of the Limerick Board of Guardians win in a walk. Our BLUE RIBBON WHISKY can not be surpassed. Its age and purity guarthur O'Connor. anteed. Special attention paid to orders for family or medicinal purposes. in reference to the question of national The friends of Mike Hartnett, of HiresultTuesday morning a gas fatality, unity, considered another unity proposal No. 4, are rallying to his ing in two deaths, occurred at 9 Oldpark at their meeting on Thursday, when they bernian Division support in great shape. They are hustof four approved of road. The victims were a child the appointment of a conhim to get the years, named Minnie McCabe, daughter ference to deal with the subject, con- ling for votes to enable INCOBPOKATED. old sisting of five members, representing the prize offered by this paper for the most of a commercial traveler, and an Hibernian. housekeeper named Mrs. Mary McNally. parties of Messrs. Dillon, Redmond and popular MAIN-STREE- T Local members of the Ancient Order This is the second gas fatality in Belfast Healy, as the two latter had agreed to of Hibernians of Baltimore visited Sparin the course of the past few days. such a course of action, and it was sugPoint last week and instituted a g At a meeting held at Loughglynn, gested by Mr. Dillon in a speech de- row's new branch of the organization, to be of select- livered by him in Glasgow. near Castlebar, for the purpose known as No. 9. The party included. ing candidates to represent the district Much regret is felt at the announce State President M. J. Gaffney. councils, inent of the death of on the county and district the Rev. Father The divisions of Duluth, Minn., have Patrick Webb was unanimously chosen Flanigan, Upper Feakle, County Clare, of to represent Loughglynn on the County which occurred on last Sunday morning made arrangements for the celebration MISS KATE SMITH, Lady Assistant and Embalmcr. Council, and Michael Creaton and Pat- after a brief illness. The deceased clergy- St. Patrick's Day. The exercises will be held in the Opera House,.and-vilV'CO'ns'is- t lltti rick Reigh were chosen for the District man, who was in his twenty-sevent- h urnlshcd for All Occasions on Short Notice. of an historical address and a grand Irish Council for Lougliglynn year, was a native ot Corofin, and UaOJ musiaT programme, which will be the eEiCMffrn At a meeting of the inhabitants of Cas been only four years on the mission. first of its kind ever heard in Duluth. tlebar, held recently to convey the sym- After his ordination he was for awhile TELEPHONE 810. pathy of the people of the district to in the County Mayo, whence he was Readers of this paper may vote for any HiberFather Lyons, of Castlebar, for the loss transferred to Ballinasloe. He was then member of the Ancient Order of His nians in this State, Jeffersonville and New he sustained by the demolition of a great promoted to Killanena, Feakle. All Kinds of Ameriportion of his new church by the storm, parishioners were much attached to Albany for the Kentucky Irish can prize emblems. Send yonr coupons it was resolved to open a subscription list Father Flanigan, a most zealous and to this office. The names of those being to enable the reverend gentleman to con- excellent priest, voted for will be published next week. tinue to carry on the work of building Hall, 131 A desperate agrarian feud, which has Division 1 of Jeffersonville has apthe new church. on for many years been going Redmond A large and representative meeting has past between two factions at Curreeney, pointed Messrs. C. A. Coll, SIXTH ANNUAL DESIGNERS AND BUILDERS OF for eight miles from Nenagh, over the own- Stanton and John Kenney, Sr., a combeen held at the Town Hall, Dalkey, BIG arrangements for a lectthe purpose of raising a fund for the ership of a small patch of mountain mittee to make ITALIAN MARBLE, AMERICAN AND SCOTCH GRANITE relief of the widow and five children of land, has resulted in the death of Mathew ure to be delivered on the evening of St. TO proceeds to be donated the late Robert Todd, the coastguard of Ryan Sr., a member of one of the op Patrick's day, the To Be aiven Dy The Dalkey, whose sudden death has been posing parties. Thomas Fox, belonging to the fund for the purpose of procuring church, already reported. Dr. Wright presided. to the other side, is in custody charged steam heaters for St. Augustine's Division C will give another of its etv It wa3 resolved to open a subscription with murder. A number of persons en list, and a committee was appointed to gaged in the affray, and used scythes, joyable compMmentary dances on Tues Artistic Work Only Solicited. Workshops and Studios, Carrara, Italy. further the movement. pitchforks and other deadly weapons. day evening, Februrry 7. This will also morning, while a work- Fox has been returned for trial at the be the regular social meeting and the On Saturday unman named Campbell was engaged in assizes, bail in foUU ana two securities last dance of the season, which will WARER00MS, 322 to 328 WEST GREEN STREET. doubtedly bring out a big crowd. Ad of the Roan being accepted. the cording department mission will be by invitation only, which AND A 1. 1. POINTS IN Spining Company at Coalisland, County Tuesday morning the remains of the can be procured from any of the mem Music Tyrone, his aim got entangled in the late Mr, John Wall, formerly of the cords, with the result that it was torn or-General's office, Dublin, were laid bers. Father Andrew Clark, of St. Augus MONDAY NIGHT, JANUARY 30. from his body. He was attended by Dr. in their resting-plac- e . . . MICHIGAN. in Glasnevin cemLeathern and Dr. Scath, and was after- etery. The large numbers that attended tine's church, was a Visitor ct the meetward conveyed to Armagh Infirmary. his funeral testified by their presence the ing of Division 1 of Jeffersonville and .. .. SCALLY'S UNION BAND. Little hope is entertained of Campbell's esteem in which the lamented gentleman entertained the members with some brief INCORPOBATKD. recovery. UNION DEPOT was held. The deceased, who had at- but very encouraging remarks. Father Corner Seventh St. and River. At the meeting of the Dungarvan tained an almost patriarchal age, was Clark came to Jeffersonville from PhilaMonday, on CITY TICKET OFFICE Town Commissioners n in that city up to a few years delphia three weeks ago, and has already W. H. MEFFEET, MANAGER. No. 218 Fourth Ave. Michael Barry in the chair, the Clerk ago, but of late years, owing to illness, endeared himself to the members of hi3 MEFFERT STOCK COMPANY read a letter from the Limerick corpora- he lived i3 absolute retirement. With congregation. JT. e tion containing their resolution on his death an old and respected citizen Hibernian, in the person An Louisville, Ky. General Agent, unity, and inviting members of the and one more familiar figure connecting of Patrick O. Dwyer, of Webster, Mass., E. G. MCCORMICK, Pass. Traf. Mgr., board to attend the conference in Lim- the present with the past has disappeared. died on the 11th inst., at the age of WARREN J. LYNCH, A. G. P. A., erick. After some discussion it was deyears. He was born in CINCINNATI, O. At a meeting of the Oalway Gaelic sixty-nin- e Matinees Sally at 2il6. Night Performances Patrick O'Brien and cided that Messrs. Ireland, and was educated in the at 8)16. . League, held at the Monastery, Lombard Popular Prices 10, IB, 23, 35c. No higher. John Walsh should attend the conference street, Father A. Considine in the chair, schools of that country. Deceased was a on behalf of the board. business before the meeting charter member of the local division. the principal On Sunday last, on his way home was the coming elections. Mr. John The death of Mr. Dwyer leaves only one from mass, Francis Corry, aged thirty, Naughtou proposed a resolution binding remaining charter membjer of it. He is FOR THE BEST 00 TO sou of James Corry, one of the most the members to support and vote for these Richard Thompson. Week Com. Sunday Motlttcc, January 29 popular farmers in the County Clare, candidates who promise to support the The Philadelphia County Board of the was drowned while crossing a river not movement for the preservation of the Ancient Order of Hibernians of America far from his own residence. It seems national language. The question will be has declared against closer relations bethat the young man missed his footing put to all the candidates and the signa- tween the United States and England. 1 20 WEST MARKET ST. while stepping over a ford and was car- tures obtained. The branch intend pub Resolutions were adopted citing the utBet. first and Second. BURLESQUERS. ried along by the flood, the river having lishing the names of the candidates who terances of Washington agaiust "entanGAY BURLESQUERS Much are in favor of the language, and, with gling alliances," referring to England as 20 20 been swollen by the recent rains. ICY. JOHN T. MURPHY & GO, The Burlesque Satire, sympathy is felt for the family of the the help of the electors, it is hoped Gal- - America's "ancient foe," and stating the deceased. OF way win still retain the proud title of dangers of an offensive and defensive alliance with the mother Great interest is evinced in the district "The Cradle of Irish." of Cahircivcen in the vacancy caused by The Dublin Gazette of Friday an- country. Division 0, of South Boston, observed the resignation of T. J. Farrell, M. P. nounced that Daniel Mahoney, B. L., CAFE AND RESTAURANT, anniversary with a banfor the South Kerry division, which em had been appointed to the office of Dub its twenty-fift- h ...AND... a very extensive portion of coun lin Metropolitan quet and speeches in Broadway Hall. braces Police Magistrate, A. O. H. d on the western vacant by the promotion of Mr. Carton Since its institution nearly 3,000 persons try along the 221 THIRD AVE. and southern parts of Kerry. Com to the County Court Judgeship of Clare. have been initiated into Division 6, while Private Dining Rooms. Open Day and plaints had been made by the constitu The Government may be fairly congratu the sum paid out for sickness and other Manufactured at Nignt. Uest ot wines and Cigars. ency that this gentleman did not take the lated on this appointment. Mr. Mahony, purposes is about 20,000. At present the Eighteenth and Duncan Streets. TELEPHONIC 802 slightest interest in the welfare of those in addition to being a Catholic, is a very membership is about 200. One of the whose political interests he wa3 chosen to competent lawyer and a broadminded oldest brothers is Daniel O'Donovau, present, and the occasion was graced by Z M. J. LAWYER, S Good M. D. X.AWJ.8R. look after. man, who will belie his character if he who has served the division as Recording the presence of the State Vice President, years. Mr. Miss Nellie L. Hayes, of Abington; State a terrible fatal burning does not in his new post give satisfaction Secretary for twenty-tw- o On Friday last accident took place at Drutnskelt, near to the public by discharging his duties O'Donovan is now in his sixth year as Secretary, Miss Catharine Sheridan, of Newblisa. It appears that a laborer and in an impartial and cotnmonsense spirit. Secretary of the Soffolk County Board. Randolph, and County Secretary, Miss FIRST CLASS wife went into Newbliss that evening to This is the best appotutment to the The President, Thomas E. Fitzgerald, Minnie Dunnigan of North Abington. 248 West Jefferson Street. 5 Telephone 384. make some purchases, leaving their three Police Magistracy which the Government was one of the delegates from Suffolk Bristol county sent five delegates, who county to the last session of the natitonal . took no part in thi proceedings so far as children in the house. The youngest has made for many a year. N. W. Cor. Nineteenth and Duncan. I convention held at Trenton, child, named Susan, took a hand lamp voting is concerned, but responded to off the hob and brought it toward the FORTY HOURS' DEVOTION. The Ladies' Auxiliary, of Plymouth ( calls for speeches' during the social sesCHARLTON fire. The child's clothing ignited. The county, held its quarterly convention in sion, which followed the busmen meeting. Forty hours' devotion will be held at Brockton. Is a Candidate for the elder girl, with the greatest presence of It was a very successful At 6 o'clock a reuut was served by the mind, went to her sister's aid and suc the Church of the Sacred Heart. Seven affair. County President, Miss Bridget ladies of Auxiliary in honor of the GENERAL ASSEMBLY ceeded in extinguishing the flames, but teenth and Brodway, commencing to Dunn, of Bridgewater, celled the dele- i visiting delegates. recitations and From the Eleventh and Twelfth wards, rish American for one year not until severe burns were inflicted on morrow morning with .lotann high mass, gates to order. A full delegation was speeches followed subject to action ot the Democratic party, Will procure the Ker IRELAND. HIBERNIANS. lire Clay5treet Brewery, and STREET. LOUISVILLE, WALTERS'- PRANK. Clean Coal Quality, 4th PITTSBURGH COAL. . ITALIAN SWISS COLONY WINE CO., West Jefferson Street. WHALLEN BROTHERS, LIQUORS Proprs., PACIFIC COAL CO. Tolephono aiOO. HLL KINDS. I LOUISVIE, rp DouflliGity & Keenan, UNDERTAKERS, J. WATHEN 629 STREET. . . ! e, Bakery, Creamery and Ice Cream Factory I m I ;v. and HENRY C. 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