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"W" BUSINESS MEN in seed of competent Book-kteoeStenographer, BlU'cr Shipping Olerki, or any other office help, can be inpplled without charge to employer or employei, by writing or telephoning to the BRYANT & OOL 8TBATT0N BUSINESS LEGE, Third and Jeffenon 8ti. Kentucky Irish American. LOUISVILLE: SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 1S99. Insurance Company of Kentucky, and that he is also a stockholder in the Falls Cities When well advanced in young man hood he married an excellent Kentucky lady, made his home in Louisville and Pope Celebrates the Twenty-fift- h reared a family of four children. One Anniversary of Ills daughter, now married, is a lady of conCoronation. siderable nrtistic skill, while anothei, vocalist of d Miss Anita, is the Kentucky. Being a musical artist of the first rank, and having been schooled in Impressive Scene at St. Peter's the rarest accomplishments, she merits When His Holiness Oillclat-e- d and receives the hearty applause of all at Thanksgiving Mass. Kentuckians the most appreciative and proud-spiritepeople in the world. Descended of good old Celtic stock.Col. Muldoon, possesses in their fullness the Supreme Pontiff Showed Great high characteristics of that ancient race. Vigor as He Gave His Blessthese traits are honor, principle, Among ing to the Multitude. devotion to duty, faithfulness, loyalty, generosity and an nbiding respect for religion and virtue. Poverty, even the most abject, has never been nble to SPECTACLE, obliterate these essential elements of A MOST MAGNIFICENT Irish character, but enforced ignorance the result of putting a price upon schoolmasters' heads has sometimes suc With that pomp and circumstance ceeded in blurring them to some extent. which can only be reached in Rome and When therefore we consider that for nearly fifty years the subject of this in the glorious edifice of St. Peter's, Pope LACE CURTAIN LAUNDRY. We lead and never follow. Our work In laundering lace curtains at 20c a pair gives en- tire satisfaction. Work called for and delivered. First-clas- s scrlce. MAD. BABEY, 625 Second St. Telephone 2631. VOLUME II. NO. 16. PRICE FIVE CENTS. knowledges satisfaction, nnd on his motion this action is dismissed." Of course this order dismissing the suit would never have been entered if Col. Whallen had not agreed. It simply shows his generosity to enemies as well as friends. He would undoubtedly have won his suit had he carried it to n but when the Times confessed that it labored "under n misapprehension of facts," as it often does, Col. Whallen promptly dropped the suit. In any event, the editor of the Times will be more careful in future when he undertakes to traduce people, even if they are only s. MIKE MULDOON. He Corresponds to the Holiest THE HOLY FATHER. Car-work- s. Estimate of True Christian Manhood. Tuesday evening nnderv'the auspices of the Ladies' Auxiliary. "Those previously given have proven vefy pleasant, and this one will be no exception to the rule. Prof. Scally's orchestra will furnish the latest dance music. Admission will be Col. John AVhalleu Iteeeives by invitation, which can, be procured by Certificate from the Louiscalling at the hall. There will also be a ville Evening Times. meeting of the ladies ?bf the auxiliary Sunday afternoon, andr all are urged to 5 attend. VINDICATED. SHELBWILLE. lireezy JJudget of Xews and Gossip From Another Hlue-graCorrespondent. ss j a Deserved Trilmtc to One of Our Most Successful and Progressive Citizens. This Country Is Dotted Over "With Samples of Ills Monument Building. BORN IH COUNTY CAYAN, FRANKipORT. Ills Damage Suit Airainst the Paper that Libeled Him I The Kentucky Irish American fas Heeu Dismissd. Rapidly Winning Its Way (o the Top Itung. d Candidates For Governor Will Address the Voters GenThe Entire Trouble Grew Out eral News gossip. of the Fight for the Special Correspondency to the Kentucky 21. Monday, will be celebratel in fine style m the gay Capital City, J Messrs. Stone, Hardin and Goebel, candidates for Gov ernor ot Kentucky, will address tne voters of Frankfort and "vicinity. Dewey day will also be appropriately celebrated on that day. The programme for the day, as outlined by the promoters, em braces a parr.de in the looming and a big barbecue at noon, followed by speeches by Messers. Goebel, Hardin, Stone, Scott and possibly the HonJohn Rhea and Congressman F.van Settle, of the Seventh district. Taken all in all, May 1 promises to be a big day in Frankfort, ntnl hundreds of voters will undoubtedly be here on that occasion. Mr. W. L. dishing was last week ap pointed Louisville representative of the Kentucky Supply Company, and left last Saturday for the Falls City. Mr. W. D. Lewis succeeds Mr. Gushing as local manager for the company. The genial aud lufiidsonie County President of the Ancient Order of Hiber nians now spends Supdtjy in Frankfort, and it is said that healso takes long! drives in the afternoon, aud that he is 3 not always alone. The many friends of Col. Mart O'Brien will regret to hear tliat lie on Monday last enlisted in the regular army, and will in a few days leave for Fort Leaven worth. Kas.. where .this regiment is located. .4 " left-faweek for a P. Coleman, Sr., three weeks' business thp to New Castle, . Ky. W. C. Newman and AV. A. Lutkeman spent Sunday last- - in Louisville, Patrick Phiflie left two weeks ago for Cincinnati, where he iill reside in the . future. Division 1 of the Ancient Order of Hi bernians contemplates running an excur sion to cither Louisville or Cincinnati about the second Sunday fh May. The initial hop given by the Merry Young Bachelors at A. O. H. Hall last Thursday night was a grand success. Quite a large crowd attended and spent a most enjoyable evening, Division 1 of the Ancient Order of Hibernians has extended to State officers of the order nnd the editor of the Ken tucky Irish American a cordial invitation to spend some Sunday in the near future in Frankfort. A very strong baseball team will be organized from members of the Ancient Order of Hibernians next week aud the club will go into practice at once. The first game of the season will probably be played with the Youhg.Men's Institute team of this city, after which the club will visit surrounding towns. There seems to be quite an attraction in Lexincton' for Johnnie Dolan. He will go up again Sunday. W. D. Lewis will spend Sunday at Payne's depot visiting friends. President McUlligott and Treasurer O'Brien of the Ancient Order of Hibernians will take in the Louisville Derby, May 4. James Gushing will spend several weeks at Coleman Springs for his health. HORSESHOERS. - T City Printing. City of Fine Schools and Two Churches Ambitions to Their IT SAID. IRELAND Fhanki'oht, Kv, April 1 msii .AUiuritaii. TAKES BACK EVERY THING National Convention Will Be Hold Here Next Month. Surpass Frankfort. DEATH OF A May , RESPECTED CITIZEN. Col. Mike Multloon, as lie is popularly called, is one of our leading citizens. He has devoted himself solely to business and home life, though he has always been zealous in a quiet way in all affairs. Col. Muldoon was one n of the originators of the and was its first Pres. Society of this city s ident. His genial nature and progres-sivenesgiven him a host of friends have at home and abroad, as indicated by the following from the Indianapolis Pen Magazine, which we take pleasure in mililUtiine: This issue of the Ten Magazine is adorned with an excellent portrait of Col. M. M. Muldoon, of Louisville, Ky whose professional, business and social standing singles him out for a large share nf rmhlic recognition. It is not of his choice nor is it to his liking to be person- ally mentioned in the public prints. lie ,1,1 mtiiprhide his personality as much be inas' possible a fact which mayhllClllPQQ... i t ..:i:..r lite lerrea ironi m chwuih the "Muldoon Monument Company," when in fact there is no company or partnersmp, ne uuimh ohrase. "the whole thing." But so extensive and high-clas- s is his business, and so remarkable has hfPn his success that, of necessity, both become rl his calline have shining marks, inviting the pens of ed itors and sketch writers everywhere. The snacious headquarters of Col Muldoon's business are at 322, 324,320 nnrl .va West Green street, Louisville, Ky. Although stocked with an extensive array of samples of his finished work- in cfntnnrv. sculnture and monuments, it in no sense is intended to represent the vastness of the enterprise or tne nign decree of art to which he has attained. It is rather intended to be the home office for the designing department and fnr Mip pvpcntion of the smaller sculp tures and statuary and the private office of Mr. Muldoon himselt. At tne quarries in the East and in Italy where he has studios at Carraro, and to which country he has journeyed more than torty times, is where the ereater part of the heavy and finer work is done. By the heavy work, etc., is meant the great monument slmfts nnd bases and the heroic statues which very often must be hewn out of one huge block, of granite or maroie, us e of the was the case with the beautiful Mackay mausoleum recently prprfwl lw Col. Muldoon in Greenwood Brooklyn. N. V. The mauso leum is the finest, the most artistic aud architectually perfect, and the most extensive nrivate memorial in America. above It is of granite, and its referred to, is the largest souu piece oi granite ever quarried in tue unueu amies, it being twenty feet six incues square The whole country is dotted over with samples of Col. Muldoon's genius otifl pntprnrisp in sculnture. statuary and mausoleum and monument building. The largest and most perfectly designed anu constructed of the States' and Soldiers' monuments both North and South, the monuments and mausoleums of public men and of private citizens of note, arethe work of the gentleman nere menuoneu and attest his great skiu anu enterprise, nnrtictilarlv durintr the past forty years. Like the Temple builders of Judea, like the beautifiers of ancient Babylon and the ambitious builders of the Pyramids, lie ernes to everv clime for his material, nrwl controls the master minds and the master hands of two continents in the designing and execution of ins great works. His name has therefore become inseparably linked with those beautiful, nrtistic. mementos that so eloquently ex press the patriotic sentiments and appre ciation of the American people. Col. Muldoon was born in the County Cavan, Ireland, in 1836. When a boy of thirteen he started out to seek his for tune, which, of course, necessitated his ieiinrr his native land, for Britain has 'destroyed the future of every Irishman who does not forswear himself and his country. The boy's quest was trying at times, but glints of sunshine continued ,at intervals to light up his way. He stumbled, or was led by Providence, into his present calling nearly fifty years ago, beginning away down at the very bottom, The story, as the writer has heard it from an Ohio gentleman, of climbing to the very top, where we now find him, would make a very thrilling narrative, but would be out of place in this passing mention. It may also be foreign to this sketch to mention hfe other business interests, but our Kentucky neighbors might regard it as a slight were we not to state that Col. Muldoon is a member of the Executive Board, the Board of Control a,nd the Board of Directors of the. Mutual Life Irish-Americ- an Irish-Aniericaroof-stonroof-stone, The annual convention of the International Union of Journeymen Horseshoers Col. John Whallen is vindicated, so his will be held in this city next month, and friends say, since the Louisville Times the members of the local union are workCompany through its attorneys has con- - ing like beavers to complete arrangements i COL MICHAEL MULDOON. Leo celebrated last Sunday the twenty first anniversary of his accession to the Papal throne. A special cable dispatch describing the beauty and dignity of the stately cere monies attending so important an occasion says the Pontiff bore himself throughout the exciting scenes of cheer ing aud cannonading with an ease and reserve that speak well for the vital forces of the aged prelate, whose health is of so much interest to the Christian world. The procession passed up between a double line of troops around the high altar to the throne on which the Pope sat. with the Sacred College in front of him. On right and left, when his Holiness appeared, carried on sediagestatoria, there were cries of "Long live the Pope and King!" and cheers, mingled with martial music, went up through the vast edifice, with the mighty roar of thousand1 voices. It was a grand and impressive sight, a magnificent note of color being contrib uted by the Noble Guard in gala uniform, and the Canons, Bishops, Archbishops and Cardinals in their robes. While mass was being said the bells all over Rome rang. The Pope looked restored to his ordi nary health, showing great vigor, expression and movement as he gave his blessing to the multitude. sketch has been a constant student and traveler a visitor to the cultured nations; when we know that he has met the greatest men of two worlds and has associated constantly with .artists and men of genius nnd education with men who possess the taste and the means to cultivate and enjoy the highest and the best; and1 when to this schooling wejuld the later influence of Kentucky atmosphere, it is not to be wondered at that besides varied knowledge and critical skill we find in the person of Col. Muldoon not a mere Chesterfield, which means formalism and little else, but rather a man who corresponds to the highest estimate of true Christian manhood the gentleman by excellence. "I dare do all that may become a man; Who dares do more is none." Shak. CATHOLIC KNIGHTS. Progress Being Made for the Entertainment Branch News Notes. The meeting of the United Committee of the Catholic Knights of America in St. Martin's Hall Wednesday eveninc was well attended, and the members are jubilant over the progress being made for the coming entertainment. The committeemen are taking hold of the work in such a way that its success is assured. The session was not only a business, but also a social one. Branch 0 always has something in store for visitors, and on this occasion Messrs. Feldhaus, Wernert, Reichert and others surprised all present by turning the meeting into a smoker, with an abundance of refreshments, which was greatly enjoyed by all present. The next meeting will be held at St. Francis' Hall Thursday evening, April 27, nnd representatives of all branches are urged to attend. Treasurer Smith gave some very plain figures as to the rates and advantages of the order. Branch 23 had a very interesting nnd d meeting Monday eveniug. The resolutions forwarded by Branch 25 to the Supreme Council are full of interest and should be studied. President John McGinn, of Branch 24, is a hustler, and his services are proving valuable to the united committee. Branch 24 will meet in its new hall on Sunday afternoon, May 7. Great interest will be taken in the work of the State convention. The action and vote of each delegate will be watched by the membership at large. KNIGHTS OP THE ROYAL ARCH. D. J. M AGAINST ALLIANCE As Long As Any One Power Is singled uut ror tne United States. The Knights of the Royal Arch initiated ten new members Wednesday evening. This is a new organization composed of and the better class of saloon-keepebartenders, and is in a flourishing con dition, Besides the social features of the society the Knights provide for sick and death benefits Mr: Etnil Graeser is the Recorder, of, the .local body. rs Press dispatches say Chicago is to be the center of a great union of organiza tions composed of German-Americawho are antagonistic to any pluns that would bring about an alliance between the United States and a foreign power. This, was the enthusiastic sentiment of the representatives of two score German societies' Monday night at Schiller Hall. Offers of hearty were re ceived from half a dozen cities scattered MACKAY MAUSOLEUM, throughout the country, and promises Recently Krected by Col. Mike Muldoon made that if the initiative were under in Greenwood Cemetery, Brooklyn. taken by Chicago against an Anglo American pact or any other agreement OUGHT TO HAVE WON IT. that would embarrass the nation the Geruian-Americain other cities would The friends of Dan Doherty, the pop speedily follow the example, A perma ular Deputy Assessor, are sympathizing nent organization resulted directly from with him that he did not win the pony-tha- t the gathering. Thirty delegates were was raffled off at the St. Louis Berappointed on a General Contniittee to tram! church bazaar this week, he being superintend the details of forming the greatly attached to it, having had it in society. Resolutions were adopted charge since its arrival here. Mike in vigorous language any at- Walsh, President of the Rounders' Club, tempt to interfere with the good relations ' of which Dan is a member, says that he . i. t.t!.. :,i existing between the United States aud ' i. I1UI. UUC Ulr MIC ayulJUlMllUK lliCllMn. IB other nations by singling uut any one On the contrary, he is glad now that Dan power as an ally. has to walk in making his rounds like the rest of the club members instead of EUCHRE AND pANCINO. riding around with the pony and cart, as t he has been doing for some time. The last euchre and dance of the seaDon't miu the' Dominican church fair. son at Hibernian Hall will take place. Special Letter to the Kentucky Irish American, Sirnr.iiYVii.i,K, Kv., April 21. hi the last issue of the Kentucky Irish American we uouced mat a correspondent from this town was hoped for by the editor. Until some one more competent enters the field we trust the readers of the paper will bear with us in our efforts to give some items of interest from time to time. Fully conscious of our inability to do justice to the work expected of the correspondent, yet hoping that no one jnayjeiililuLiisthat "fools nre ever ready to rush in where angels fear to tread," we make our. bow to all, from the "dcvjl" down to the editor. Shelby ville is one of the most beautiful towns of the famed Bluegrnss region, nnd as a consequence of all Kentucky. With a population of about 5,000, it possesses many schools of high grade and churches of all denominations. The Catholic church, of which Rev. J. J. Fitzgerald is the pastor, is one of the prettiest in the city The congregation, though very small, can justly hold its own with congregations of greater numbers and richer members. The church was dedicated on October 2, 18C0, by the Right Rev. Bishop Spalding, who afterward became the famous Archbishop of Baltimore. During the past week death called from our midst Maurice Condon, who died at the residence of his John Fitzgibbon, having been fortified by the rites of the church. The funeral took place on Sunday from the Dominican church, Louisville, and after mass the w wwfli i cm "nni (.: innM U"JejiUgat)yaj; .Louis cemeteryv ... i was very inucii pieased to see a nonce in jour paper a few weeks ago where fessed that t,he libelous charges made for the reception and cutertainuient of some of your good and patriotic Irish against him some time ago were untrue. the delegates aud visitors that will be up men were forming an Irish Gaelic The Kentucky Irish American can not to the regulation Kentucky standard. League for the teaching of the old lan see where the vindication comes in, as The local Reception Committee is headed guage. Goodl'and I trust Prof. Patrick there was really nothing charged against by Chairman James Roberts, with George O'Sullivan will push matters and soon him that should cause him to seek a Pickler, Edward Cashman, John Dawson, have a large class of both young and old But, call it vindication or Pat Montgomery, John Nicoulin ' and to enjoy the beauties of their mother vindication. whatever you will, .the Times has con- Louis Steine as the other members. tongue, as unfortunately we have too This convention will be the largest nnd long neglected it, nnd let the fessed that it erred. The confession was "Sassahna" made hi open court, nnd Col. Whallen's most important since the organization of try to kill it, but thank goodness n day suit against the Times was thus settled the international body, over one hundred of reckoning is fast coming when the In Gaelic League of America and delegates being expected to attend. without a trial. the old Irish American has addition there will be n large number of sound will bring disagreeable facts to his The Kentucky taken no side in the petty quarrels be- visitors, nnd among them may" appear narrow and bigoted niitid. Keep the some of the officers of the American Fed- good cause a moving, Prof. O'Sullivan. tween the Times nnd the Courier-Journ? on the one hand and the Post and the eration of Labor. There nre a number of Col. John M. Casey is very enthusiastic Dispatch on the other. The public is importnnt questions that will demand not interested in the quarrels of news- final action before the convention ad in his efforts to obtnin subscribers for the paper men, but the editors of these rival journs, and the body will likely be in Kentucky Irish American. He is ready iournals should be careful not to reck session two weeks. Headquarters will to receive subscriptions, ns he is ever lessly malign any one, and when any be nt the Fifth Avenue Hotel. ready to help in every good cause. A This is the first convention of a na- successful business man, is drawn into Irishman or the Colonel is the fight, the Kentucky Irish American tional labor body in this city since that always sure to know a good thing nnd of the printers some years ago, nnd all prompt to encourage it, both by word and will take up his defense. citizens should assist the horseshoers in action. Later on, when we have someCol. Whallen needs no defense from dispensing genuine Kentucky hospitality what recovered from the fright naturally paper. He is too well known in Irish to this their guests. arising from our first efforts in the American circles for any harm to come line, we intend to give a more to him among his own people through TONY'S BOWLING ALLEY. interesting and lengthy notice of this the columns of the press. Yet the Times worthy young Irishman. made a false accusation against him, aud The Kentucky Irish American has been there were people in this community One of the Most Complete received with favor by many readers foolish enough to believe the accuracy Pleasure Resorts Ever here, and doubtless many more subscribof the story. Opened in Louisville. ers will be added. Our future letters we A year ago a fight was on between the rival Democratic papers for the city The immense crowd of representative will try to make more interesting, since printing. Either the Times or the Con citizens who assembled at Mr. Montedou our aim is to outdo the Frankfort correhad the city printing frpin ico's palatial building on Jefferson street spondent in the same proportion that our time immemorial and did not want to between Fourth nnd Fifth, to witness the beautiful city surpasses the town which lose it. opening of the finest bowling alley in the claims the Franklin county court house. Success to the Kentucky Irish American, Col. Whallen took the Dispatch end of Southwest, shows something of the esteem in which Mr. Montedonico is held its editor, correspondents nnd readers. it and the Dispatch won. While the ruiisoNAr, NOTHS. The music, the fight was on an editorial paragraph np by his The many friends of Miss Klla Steele neared in the columns of the Times one appropriate floral designs and last, but day to the effect that Col. Whallen had not least, the spread were all in exact and of Mrs. P. O'Connor will be pleased called a meeting of the friends of the keeping with the elegant surroundings to hear that both are very much imfeet long, and a proved after a severcattack of sickness; Dispatch to be held at Dr. Buschemeyer's The alley is sixty-nin- e office that night. The man who wrote regulation alley. It is lighted by elec the former, in fact, is entirely restored to the paragraph knew it was not so wlien tricity with all modern conveniences, and health. Messrs. M. J., J. C. nnd W. II. Harris he wrote it, but that same man, who has lovers of this sport, which is becoming so never lost an opportunity to take a fling popular, can find no better place in the spent Sunday at Fisherville. wrote a city to pass away a pleasant hour. The at the Irish or Mr. and Mrs. Miles Villiams, of Emialley is in the rear of 428 West Jefferson nence, visited Mr. P. O'Connor's family deliberate untruth about Col. Whallen. The latter promptly responded with a street, a spacious nnd the first of the week. Mr. Joe Lynch, of Division 1, Ancient $25,000 damage suit. The case dragged sitting room in the center, while the bar along for several months. The Times in front is supplied with the very finest Order of Hibernians, Louisville, paid a people tried in vain to drag the .Dispatch of imported and domestic wines, liquors flying trip to friends and relatives here and cigars. Mr. Montedonico is, in last week. Come again, Joe. into the fight and failed. Mr. M. J. McCluskey, of Louisville, Last Monday the attorneys for the every sense of the word, a public-spirite- d Times walked into court and had the fol- man, and is engaged in many enterprises was here the first of the week. wliicn advance tne general prosperity oi Mrs. Danial O'Sullivan and grandson, lowing order entered: city. Master Jamie, are visiting frieuds and "This day came the defendant by coun- the relatives iu Louisville this week. WALSH THE TAILOR. sel, nnd came also the plaintiff by coun Hon. John F'oley and wife, of Indiansel, and on motion of defendant, and by "Walsh theTailor," located at 232 apolis, and the Misses O'Brien, of Louisleave of court, the defendant withdraws and retracts the answer filed herein, and Fourth avenue, has for years been the ville, spent Sunday with Mr. Garrett acknowledges in open court that the pub- recognized connesseur in all the latest Lee's family. Miss Maggie HelTeiuan returned to het lication complained of was made under a styles in imported nnd domestic goods. misapprehension of the facts, and that It you purchase a new suit nnd get it home in Louisville after a had the facts then been fully known to made at Walsh's, if all right. His trade visit to friends and relatives in the the defendant the statements complained is not confined to Louisville, but to the county. Miss Josie Hurley has returned front of would not have been made. And it ia entire Southwest. Mr. J. E. Baker, for agreed on the part of the defendant that years connected with the tailoring busi- the East, where she has been attending and his long the millinery openings. with this order shall be published by defend- ness,ofis frirtidsMr. Walsh, him as polite will find list ant with substantially equal prominence and affable as in days gone by. Drop in Shan Van Vd&ur. article complained of was pub- as you pass by and examine the new and as the Never contradict a woman. Give her A,fter you have lished by it. elegant spring designs. time aud she'll contradict herself, plaintiff by counsel ac1- - examined, then leave yonr order. "Thereupon sqn-in-la. int, al Thig-gin-thu- Irish-Americ- rier-Journ- al fellow-citizen- s, well-furnish- s' Y c - :4 ICBTJOKZY IRISH KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. Devoted to AAtOEKEUOAI?. I A the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans. WIIWAM M. HIGGINS, Iia.llelxer. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. SINGLE COPY, 5c. Matter. Rntcrcd at tho Louisville Postofflcc os AddiersaK Communications to the Second-Clas- s KENTUCKY .IRISH AMERICAN, 326 West Qreen Street. dnfRADESloiffe) COUNCIL 'LOUISVILLE, KY., SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 1S99. WHALLEN'S VICTORY. Blackguardism that is the proper name is the bane of American politics, and has become so common that any man who is a candidate, officeholder, or takes active interest in political affairs, naturally expects to be denounced, ridiculed and charged with being almost anything but a gentleman. In any other country this thing would not be tolerated, but the liberal ideas of the American people let it go on, and to a certain extent they enjoy the plights of the politicians. As a factor in politics, however, it r amounts to but little, only adding zest and excitement to the cam paigu, except as it may influence Waste 5'our money by buying unknown and utnried the pat tisan and ignorant. Usually makes of the iuuendos, though startling and desensational, lack directness and " startling facts" tirades and carica- Marconi recently sent messages tail, and are only general and supertures of their public servauts, back and forth from England to however, in ficial. Occasionally and neighbors, of which France, and claims that when he the heat of partisanism, direct they have long been very tired. perfects his apparatus he will send charges affecting character are made, messages across the ocean and evidencing malice aud likely to in WORD ABOUT QERflANS. When about the same amount of, money will buy the around the world just as easily. jure one's standing among his fel "Old Reliable KURTZMANN" from the "old reliaThe German American citizens ble" house of lows. Then the courts are called Mayor Taggart, of Indianapolis, of clcaS assembled last Sunday on and generally vindicate the who is prominently mentioned for and passed resolutions protesting maligned individual Col. John H. Whallen has been against au alliance between Great made the victim of more ridicule, Britain and the United States. of the the scenes of his childhood in the abuse aud charges than any man in Concerning this the editor AVE., Bet. Walnut and Chestnut Sts, Emerald Isle. recently bore it Louisville Times was constrained this State, and until ueppen, wno nas ueen iurs. Aiiuav-iias- e The marrae f Miss Kntie U. nines as a part of the way to remark on Wednesday: Joseph Medill, the famous Chi spending the winter in New Orleans, is d Mr John A. McDermott will take S9SSS9SSSASSS9SSS9S9S9S9S9 s The of Chicago are of politics, but there is a limit to starting au organized fight agninst the cago editor, recently deceased, was expected to return to tilts city early in nlace at SL Lollis ijertrand's church 1 MayThursday afternoon. Anril 27. After the forbearance, 'even in one of tlie growing good feeling between this conn born in New Brunswick, of Irish "iage they will leave for a trip through Mrs. Patrick Coleman, of Jefferson- anu ureat inese mcago parents, who emigrated from County H A. O. II. 232 FOURTH AYE. mminl clfennsition of Col. Whallen. !, iiusi, aim 011 uieir return win resiue ill seriously ill ese. who nre fipmians first nnrl Attipri , i i ' 1. r at 2711 St. Xavier street, where they will DIVISION 1 a politician ciiargeu cans next al ys loudly prociaim Uieir Mouaghan in 18 19. wno, mougn months, but her, speedy recovery is now be at home to their many friends. Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues leaked for. with everything known' in the cal- - patriotism, but when it comese to standing day Evenings of Each Month. t .i i ng "V our "aiurui aim proven inenu, ,W f nni;t,Vnl r.T,iVar Ic r1l land, Mr. John' Roster, who has been dan President Edward Clancy. " thev in variably bolt the track, extol Vice President Thomas Dolan. gerously ill for the past two weeks at his known to tlie people generally as the superior virtues of Germany, and de Complete Line $ Recording Secretary L. D. Perranda, U home in Jeffersonville, is reported some clare all the evidence of that country': citi Financial Secretary Peter Cusick. 132 an upright and what better. hostility to us is only British lying, 1 wentietn street. S zen, houorable in his dealings, Treasurer John Mulloy. On the same day that this editor Rev. Father Audran, of Jeffersonville, prominent in every geuerous and who was taken seriously ill last week, is DIVISION 2 contributed the foregoing effusion somewhat improved, though still con charitable move. So persistent and Meets on the Second and Fourth Thurs g the attorneys for his paper were in fined to his room. day Evenings of Each Month. directly personal had the charges of i9SSSS3SS9S9SSS95SSSS9SSe9 court settling a $25,000 damage President Wi'liam T. Median. Mr. Nic Sheridan has been confined to the political newspapers against Vice President Thomas Camfield. suit for him on the ground that he his home from the effect of chills. His Recording Secretary J. Charles Obst Whallen become that to the people friends will be clad to know that he is Financial Secretary John T. Keaney, was laboring under a misapprehen out in the State and many here, now almost entirely well. i.wo Kogers street. sion ot tacts. That seems to be Treasurer Owen Keiien. who do not know him, Col. Whallen The West Und Embroidery Club was the legal phrase for lying. DIVISION 3 was regarded as a bold, unscrupu handsomely entertained Wednesday after ARE 5ELLIN0 ABSOLUTELY The editor of the Times having Meets on the First and Third Wednesday noon by Mrs. Joseph McLaughlin at her lous rascal, unworthy of respect or evenings at uacn JUontn. learned that he can not libel Irish home, 1715 Twelfth street. PURE ICE CREAM confidence, whose only fit place was President Joseph P. Taylor. Americans at home with impunity Vice President Phil Cavanauch Mr. John W. Price and daughter, Miss in the penitentiary, and everything Recording Secretary JohnCavanaugh s goes alter tlie Katherine Price, left Thursday for Old At $1 a Gallon, and everybody known or supposed l'inanciai secretary N. J. Sheridan Point Comfort and Washington. They CIl AH I. IiS M'KI.HANKV, of Chicago. Is this editor laboring 2018 Lytle street. ADOI.PHK i,nsTiNA, This is as low as pure Ice Cream can be to be identified in any way with Member of the Meffert Stock Company. will return in about ten days. Treasurer George J. Butler. made for this reason: Sweet cream costs Member of the Meffert Stock Company, under a misapprehension of facts Whallen was subjected to like vi from CO to 75 cents a gallon, so you can Mr. Edward Malone, of 230 Eighteenth DIVISION 4 again when he says England is our RECENT DEATHS. not expect to buy pure ice cream for less street, has recovered from his recent se tuperation, the efforts to wreck the Meets on the Second and Fouth Wednes than $1 a gallon. natural friend? He might make vere attack of pneumonia, and is able to day Evenings of Each Month The funeral of Mrs. Hridget Callahan , Dispatch by litigation being due to e a President John H. Hennessy. few people believe that Germany who died Sunday at St. Catherine's mingle with Ins friends again. its defense of Whallen more than to Vice President Thomas Lvnch. did not know which side its bread Academy, took place Wednesday nioni' Mr. John Patrick and Miss Mollie Recording Secretary Thomas J. Kell'if; Telephone 518. 417 SECOND ST. 'anything else. I'inancial secretary George Mam During the past week thirty pretty was buttered on, but he certainly ing from the Dominican church. She Doyle, well known and highly respected was seventy years of age. 420 East Gray street. The Times had for months been young people of Jeffersonville, will be young women acting as chorus girls came can not make intelligent Americans Treasurer Harry Brady. united in marriage early next mouth. over from London to New York. They most prominent in publishing those Iv. Hennephin, well known in the John A believe that England was our southern part of the are the "cream of cockney chorusdom," DIVISION C city, died Tuesday charges against Col. Whallen, and Mr. James O'Connor, of the O'Neil the rarest flowers of British beauty, and AM. V- Am The Best Five. uatural and proven friend in 1776 morning at his home, I0O0 Twelfth street. C03I Company, accompanied by his wife, Meets on the First and Third Tuesday Cent Cigar an when it went so far as to publish the Johnnies of London mist and fog Evenings of Ivach Month. can amoke. ""muwS. nor again in 1812. Is the editor 0 His funeral was held from St. Louis I3er- - has returner! from New Orlpntis- Hp doubtless thought that such a vision of President William J. McCarthy. that Col. Whallen was in effect a tranci cliurcli w. the Times laboring under a misap ucaacu wus Wednesday afternoon. The made the round trip on the City of Pitts. loveliness coming down on Uncle Sam's Vice President John J. Lannan. i wen ly seven years oiu, ana burg. and corruption- Manufacturer, professional briber Recording Secretary J. E. Yenner. metropolis would turn green the eyes of prehension of facts about England's iiean xaiiure was me cause ot ins tleatli. Financial Secretary D. J. Tierney, ist, who, for a compensation, die Preston and Rawllngs Sts. their American sisters. But their beauty 1 328 aiding in attempt to disrupt the We regret to announce the death of Edmund P. Holley and a number of caused not a ripple , for the simple reason Grayson street. friends are contemplating a bicycle trip tated the action of the City CouU' Treasurer George A. Daniel. Union in the war of the rebellion? jo,.,, na.ey, 01 jeiiersonvuie, irotn an to Mammoth Cave in the near future. that their attractions are plebian when cil, and supplemented these charges iingiana is America s rival in auacic ot spinal meningitis, winch sad Those heretofore 'made proved very en- - contrasted with our own eral diffusion of the same would deter American beauties. A comparison of with a fictitious call for the Council commerce, cicui uttmicu iiiuisuuy moriiiiig. tic women from running after the ridiculous tone wants an alliance had been a resident of that citv for years, joyable. photographs tells the story. to meet to receive instructions from fashions set by those of their kind who with America iu order to entangle and was held iu high esteem by a wide We regret to announce that Mr. Dr. J. A new era is dawning for the tidy can not lay claim to even a modest mod Studio, him how and when to vote on America with something where the circle of acquaintances. His funeral took W. Fowler is seriously ill, with slight .housekeeper. Instead of closets.in every icum of common sense. place this morning from St. Augustine's prosptsts of recovery. Dr. Fowler left public questions, he concluded people of the United States would church.. yesterday afternoon, with his children. room we are to have clothes cases. A Many amusing mistakes appear in 342 W. Market St. it was about time to call down new article of furniture, it takes for her bedside. rake the chestnuts out of the fire John Mehler, whose serious the place of bureau or dresser. Instead newspapers from time to time through , illness has the Times, force it to show its fire and England would receivi been heretofore mentioned in these col. Miss Florence I. Lvnch. at her home, of having each drawer separate, like the fault of some careless Positively the Finest Work, proof or retract. He sued the umus, died Tuesday morning. The de- - 2143 West Chestnut, assisted by her boxes, half of the front opens upward Such a ludicrous blunder occurred when benefit. this paper the Times for libelv The suit dragged ceased was one of the young cousin, Miss Ernestine Levi, enter- - and the other drops, forming a shelf, in "Chaff's" last letter to The editor of the Times bad bet men in the East Ertd, and was a valued tained a few L. their friends at spiritual condition" of backbiters and Reduction in prices for The clothing is distributed in shallow, of euchre through many stages in the courts sliding compartments, open in front and slanderers was made to read "a sink of ter let the Germans and the member of Trinity Council, from which and lunch Thursday eveuing. thirty days to introduce consumption" instead of a "sink of cor for months, owing to the legal drawn out by the edges. were selected. His T my Pictures. alpne. It has not body his Mlss Mauoneyi a charming young lady The convenience of this new clothes motion." This was not much worse funeral took place Thursday morning quibbling of the Times' attorneys, been many weeks since the editor from St. Boniface church, and the re- - 01 "warclstown, was tins week the guest case is obvious, as the articles having than the story that appeared some time wno were beaten at every move Mrs Marv Bowling, East Chestnut separate compartments are not in danger since in a Southern Kentucky journal, of the Courier-Journa- l, in his sketch mains were escorted to St. Louis ceme- streetslle was accompanied by her 0f being wrinkled from having piles of in which it was stated that the outlaw, finally compelled to toe the and of the late Congressional Librarian, tery by a large number of sorrowing rel- - mouier nnu air. J, u, Malioney. heavy clothing on top. After using the after much hard chasing, was captivated atives and friends. mark, the case being called for trial told how he once had occasion to , . .. . ., ... top and bottom shelf meet and lock, by the Sheriff." in the Common JMeas Court last " """v uy tne aeatu ot Mr. Clmstopuer Byrne "'" forming a handsome piece of furniture, Of course the "devil" was to blame J1AKER OP FINE metaphorically spank the editor of 8 mch more convenient than the old-- who else? last week this city loses one of its pioneer staud-uMonday. Brought to a Ta ,. proceed 7 , to the Times for saying mean things a.. BRIGHT SAYINGS. and show-dowthe Times' attor, , r. about people. Maybe he has for.. from a sanitary standpoint than the mod , ,, Friends are. those people who act sur neys asked for a conference of coun, ern closet. 1708 Seventh Street, gotten that and needs another three months, and his death was not L: " UUU l'"1C- prised when we tell them how old we Whollv unnr.ptl. Mr Hm ,n0 M. C"J sel, which, being granted, resulted Work Guaranteed and Repairing Neatly Dwe. Can it be possible that women are not are. spanking. father of Frank M. Bvrne. the well. Ti, ' tm-ain the Times retracting all charges Every woman thinks she can make common yet sufficiently advanced-- iu m .. nnH H..u, T?ti known rnllrn. . - guvicly tiL x'uuuiutu .. , luuimuy llvu ,4llci y w nerc better coffee than any other woman she Baimor me to against Col. Whallen, agreeing In the Catholic College Confer Gee, of and Magnolia evening, was a delightful one. The three M"knows. HOTEL pay the costs and asking that the ence, held in Chicago last week, to avenue. His funeral took place Sunday hundred couples present were entertained 5 "K ' When a widow remembers how much ' niOrnlUP troni HOlV Cross Plltlrrh. nnrl in n mmt Imen msnniir T iuliiin case be dismissed, which was done discuss the question of education, was largely other deformity takes its place. The sugar a bachelor takes in his tea he had CAFE AND RESTAURANT, attended by friends from another may be soon given. malformation of insect waist and bulging better look out. on their presenting .for record a the most prominent speakers and New Albanv and this citv. The retiming The ventilation of a theory makes some IW. Miss Margaret Rammacker and Mr, hips, perfect beauty destroyers' bid fair SWEENY. PROP. readeni of papers on various subjects were interred in St. Louis cemeterv. signed agreement to that e'ffect. Harry Cattlet were married Wednesday also to last awhile. The insipid. Grecian people hot. 221 THIRD AVE, O'Brien, who has been engaged by the evening hv Rev. c. P. ttaffo. Mfss Mm bend was no more silly than this ridicu- Publishers of dictionaries should have So, all the black which the Times were Irish : Bishop A. J. McGavick Giants, is an Qhio boy and played with Rammacker, sistetof the bride, wes the Ioub craze for monstrous hips. Intellec-th- e them Private Dining. Rooms.- Open Day and had for months smirched on Col. and Archbishop P. A.. Feehan, of Pittsburgi a part of last season. He maif nMionor. with Mr. chrtafVamfwtoaa tualitv among women is often cried A lumber dealer may be in his office isigut. ust ot wines and Cigars. Whallen .is acknowledged by the Chicago; Very Rev. John T. Mur Jll probably be played in the outfield. best man. After he ceremony a by the sterner se, but a more gen and outof.doors simultaneously. TELKPHON.Sl eefe. fellow- Times to have been mistaken by it for white. It is a complete and humiliating backdown of Col. Whallen's accusers and a thorough vindica. . 7 tvwy n tion of that gentleman, who in the xvev. nr iBi. aukiki i most emphatic and indisputable nies, one ot the tew remaining manner has been set right before pioneer missionary priests of Indi- his ana, aud for many years Vicar Gen So much for Buckingham! But eral of the Diocese of Vincennes, it is to ' be hoped the Times, and has been compelled by the infirmi r t:, m.u ..,i borne 01 wie ouier newbpapers, lor B. tlu . . TT? tnat matter, nave been taught a vnaiara nas appointee as v tear lesson, and that there will be a ces- rlmiArot 7?mf TIatiIc fV rirmnrrliiio ' rt( b. sation of slander, abuse and derision luuiauuuin, v uu vjii auwiuuia of people whose only offense is that the affairs of the diocese during iu this free country they dare to Bishop Chatard's absence in Ber differ with aud oppose those news- muda. papers in politics. This will be a Marconi, who has astounded blessing, not only to decent men in electricians by demonstrating that politics, but to the public as well, telegraphic messages can be sent who will be relieved of having across land and water without wire, thrust before them as " news" and is the son of an Irish- mother. A phy, President of Holy Ghost Col- lege, Pittsburg; Rev. John A. Vice President of Georgetown College; Very Rev. P. S. McHale, President of Niagara University; Rev. M. P. Dowling, President of Creighton University, Omaha; Very Rev. Thos. J. Larkin, President of Hallows College, Salt Lake; Rev. James A. Burns, of Notxe Dame University; Very Kev. W. L. O'Hara, President of Mt. Mary's LOllege, Emmettsbttrg; Kev. John S. Carroll, President of St. Joseph's College, Dubuque; ery James C. Byrne. President of St. Thomas College, St. Paul; Very Rev. Win. R. Mullen, President of Boston College; Judge Moran, of Chicago. Cou-way, i 9S9S9SSSS9SSaS9S9SSaSS SnGlFXV. Gr or cr qg g& er- on - g 7 NOW IS THE TIME FOR S. D. Joyce spent a few days iu Chicago this week. CONFIRMATION SUITS ! have more than any other three houses in Lottisville. We s. William Higgins was among this week's visitors from Somerset. Miss Josephine Quinn, of Jeffersonville, has gone to New York on a visit. I C. W. Cunningham was among this week's visitors from Lexington. E. A. Cunningham was in New York Clty the Partf thi3 week. Mr. Mike Hickey has been enjoying a 3hort v,s,t at West Baden sPnn83' We'll put your boy into the best suit he ever had, at a price that will make you regret you did not let us do it long ago. Single-Breast- ed ? 8 4 or Double-Breast- ed Goats, Trinity Council will give another of its pleasing euchres Wednesday evening. Will J. Norton was among the Louis- vilhans registered at West Baden Springs. Long or Short Trousers. iu- Mn 0sCflr Turner flnd hef mn Qscar have moved to their country home' in CresceHt Hill. R. M. Kelly, Jr., who has been spend ing the past month in the East, will arrive home in about two weeks. i A Solid Gold Ring FREE CONFIRMATION with each Confirmation Suit. SHIRTS AND ? SHOES, HATS, FURNISHING fellow-citizen- s. Bags of Marbles given with purchases of Boys' Hats or Shoes. . - win flicumuy I I vas conimea to 111s 1 1 tion has greatly improved. Miss Katie Flaherty, who has been avenue, re- visiting triencis on turned to her home at Stithtou. i LEVY Q(Tc Oft 1 ffi BROS. 75n- - Ofcv GGQfo-- ' Qft THIRD AND MARKET. 8 7 QCc I &TsjQ -citizens I tion was held at the residence of the The condition of Mrs. Mary Home, of i,.:.ui. . 1 m im. Jeffersonville, who has been ill for seV' be at home to their friends on Twenty eral weeks, is rapidly improving. eighth street after May 7. Mrs. Mary Gleason, who has been vis Cant. Thomas Maher. one of the most iting friends in Jeffersonville, returned efficient and popular men in the Police Wednesday to hef home in St. Louis. Department, expects to be able to resume "es next week. Capt. Malier lias Mrs. Charles K. Sullivan, nee Coutv. ms was a visitor this week, the guest of Miss been at St. Joseph's Infirmary, recovering from 011 oration performed some time Mary A. Couty. of 1101 Third avenue. ago. Miss Maggie Judge, of the Gait House, , luonuay evening a oazaar win open at left Thursday for New York, where she St. Cecilia's school hall for the benefit of will spend several weeks with friends. Father Brady's church. The ladies of Judge Sterling B, Toney was registered the congregation have arranged many at West Baden Springs last week, where attractive features aud will make it pleas-h- e went for needed rest and recreation. ant for tliose who attend. Visit them some evening this week. jur. auu flirs. Jerry U'Keete are re joicing over the arrival of a lovely little The marriace of Mr. Tohn Smith and crirl at their home. 2127 St.- Xavier street. Miss Annie Hasscnmiller was solemnized ' ' Kdmond P. Hollev left yesterday nessed by a large number of friends and He will not return before the middle of acquaintances, who showered congratu-tion- s May. upon the happy couple. I DON'T PIANOS I Walsh the Tailor, SMITH & NIXON CO. FOURTH good-natured- ly German-American- - ? 1 I "n w I a 1 I I Examine, . public-spirite- d Spring Suitings. 6US6ADENS (erinan-American- i CHAFF, i CUSCADEN'S, OH CIGAR Irish-Amerlc- - -- u. strobhlie;, regal-lookin- g O'Neill's bed-roo- proof-reade- r. best-know- n German-- Americans ball-beare- rs - C. L J. CALLAHAN p .1 "T Ty .i -- n, . Boots and Shoes RICHELIEU Thirty-secon- o: m a. 1 i d 1 KSf uur J. I spell-boun- d. - recep-Jdow- n -- J a IEJSTODXTOKY IRISH AMERICAN. IRELAND. Record of the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled . From Exchanges. If they need attention there is no better place to have them fixed than at the Louisville Dental Parlors, 544 all guaranteed. FOURTH ST., They will treat you right. Right Next to Avenue Theater. Their prices are the lowest, work the best, and REMEMBER THE PLACE: Louisville Dental Parlors, FOURTH ST. JOHN HICKEY'S .New South Saloon SEVENTH AND OAK STREETS. On Saturday, at the Kilmainham Ses sions, the Recorder refused to confirm the license of the Fingal Hotel, Clontarf; At a special meeting of the Sligo Cor poratiou a resolution proposed by Alder man McHugli and seconded by Alderman Foley in favor of the railway amalgama- tion scheme was unanimously adopted. Dr. D. P. Murphy, Coroner for North Wexford, held an inquest on the body of Richard Courtney, who committed .sui cide by shooting himself. The jury re turned a verdict of suicide while tempo rarily insane. The new Great Munster fair, held in Limerick, was but poorly supplied with horses, the great majority of the animals sent in for sale being of the tramcar and trooper class. The few superior animals fetched good prices. At Lisburn Work-hous- e the South Autrim Coroner held an inquest on the body of John Desmond, a native of Kil britton, Bandon, Cork, who died from injuries received during a dispute at Car ryduff on St. Patrick's day. The Very Rev. Patrick Canon Sher idan died at his residence the Presbytery, Ferbane, after only two days' illness, the immediate cause of death being par alysis. The late Dr. Sheridan was P. P. of the ancient parish of Gallon. At a meeting of tha Dublin Trades Council last night a cordial vote of thanks was passed to Rev. Father Kava naugh, St. Audeons, for giving the con tract for the completion of his church to an Irish firm and using Irish material The funeral of the late Dr. K. Costello took place at Ferbane, and was only ex ceeded in numbers by that of his friend, Canon Sheridan. The deceased was comparatively young man, and the son of the late C. W. Costello, of Springfield, Tiloate. I XOXJR M POOL IS, AN ODABDUE). Resolutions are being adopted heart ily approving the proposed Kingscourt, Keady and Armagh railway, on the principle that the more facilities there are for the transit of live stock in Ireland the better both for owners and self-evide- nt traders." The great March fair of Carlow was held recently. There was a large quan tity of business transacted, and every' thing in a forward condition met with i ready sale. There was a good show of beef, but prices were scarcely so good as at some recent fairs. Mr. W. E. Corbett who, for the last forty-fiv- e years, has been City Surveyor under the corporation, has tendered his resignation of the office, a communica tion to that effect having been received from the Town Clerk. The emohiifients of the office are f 1,875 per annum. At a recent convention of represents tives of the Trade and Labor Leagues in the different districts in North Tipperary in the Town Hall, Templemore. The following branches were represented: Templemore, Thurks, Ballycahill, Tern pletuohy, Borrisoliegh and Toomvara. At the late Middleton Petty Sessions Mr. W. O'Brien, of Ballyvodock, was fined for selling milk which was 12 per cent, deficient in fat. The certificate of the local analyst, Mr. O'Mahoney, had been substantially corroborated at Somer set Houre, to which a sample of the milk had been sent. In consequence of the intense feeling displayed by a section of the inhabitants of Belfast in connection with the alleged Ritualistic propensities of the rector of St. Clement's church, it is stated that the Right Rev. Dr. Welland, Bishop of Down and Connor and Droniore, has ordered the edifice to be closed indefinitely. A benefit performance for Mr. John Gunn, on. the occasion of his leaving Dublin, was given in the Gaiety Theater. The Dublin Universitv Dramatic Club played "The Red Lamp," and a number of artists took part in an concert. The attendance, interesting which was very fashionable, included the Lord Mayor and the Lord Chancellor. Dr. W. Sexton, Coroner for West Clave, held an inquest at Beloghera on the body of an old man whose bodv was found in a river the previous morning. It appears he went out to look after cattle, and being a long time absent, a' search was made for him and his body was found in the river, face downward. A verdict of found drowned was returned. A serious covert fire commenced on Saturday morning of last week on the King's county borders and extended from the townland of Barraghness into Garryhinch, then traveling over one thousand acres, across through the forest and into Roscnalis, in the Queen's coun ty, where a river intercepted its destruct ive course. The country covered bv this moving conflagration was mostly in heather. ' In the course of some farming opera tions carried out at Ogonnelloe, near Killaloe, during the past couple of weeks large quantities of stone, impregnated with gold and silver, were found by the workmen. Steps are being taken to form a company to operate upon the lands. Some English speculators have already signified their intention of visiting the place. A Loughboro' correspondent reports that a sad shooting fatality occurred at Park Farm, near that town. During the absence of their parents at the market a boy and girl named .Handley began playing with a gun which was hung on a beam in the house. The cirl asked if the gun was loaded, and her brother pulled the trigger to ascertain, with the result that the girl's head was blown off. The wife of Mr. Copleu Langford, a County Limerick grand juror, magistrate r, and residing near Shana- golden, has committed suicide. The de ceased was discovered in the pantry of her residence on Sunday morning' with shocking wouud in the throat, in flicted with a razor, and she did the well-know- n land-owne- Our BLUE RIBBON WHISKY can not be surpassed. Its age and purity Special attention paid to otdera for family or medicinal purposes. I : ! ICE 1 INOOKPORATED. MAIN-S- f REET BREWERY I . 99 lili 8. LAGER BEER AND PORTER IT'S PURE. LOUISVILLE, KY. WATHBN, .TUB i 2 CREAM, BAKER AND BUTTER MAN 629 EIGHTH STREET. .$1.00 Euchre Cream, per gal Bricks, four flavors, per gal .$1.00 G5c Vanilla and Lemon, per gal C5c . Sherbets, per gal Sweet and Buttermilk. Butterine 12jc, 10c, 17c and 20c Butter, our own make, with or without salt, 22c to 25c . . Telephone 2144 000000000000000000O000000W00000000 or 588. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 FRANK FEHR BREWING INCOBPORATKD. 60. BREWERS AND BOTTLERS, LOUISVILLE, KY. JOHN F. OBRTBL, BUTCHERTOWN BREWERY, CREAM COMMON BEER 1400-140- 4 same night. The unhappy lady, who is said to have been an Englishwoman, was only recently married. Mr. Justice Meredith. Chief of the Land Commission, delivered judgment in cases on the estate of Lord Dufferin in which the existence of the Ulster tenant' right custom was questioned. The court held that usage existed which amounted to custom, but in a very restricted sense. The tenants were entitled to compensation only for improvements made by them, because the landlord had contrib uted toward the making of improvements on this estate. Coroner Byrne held an inquest ut Row's, near Kanturk, touching the recent sad death under painful circumstances of Mrs. Langford, wife of Arthur Langford. The evidence verified the statement al Deceased had been ready published. suffering from hallucinations and was very depressed in mind for some tune. A verdict of suicide while of unsound mind was returned, to which was attached a rider expressive of sympathy and condolence with Mr. Langford and family. There is prospect of a bust of O'Gor- iiian Mahon, by Mr. J. Adams Acfon, n the London sculptor, being added to the National Portrait Gallery, Dublin. Mr. Adams Acton was a friend of O'Gonnan Mahon. In fact the old veteran practically lived with him during the last years of his life, and was tke godfather of one of the sculptor's sons The bust was recently seen by a repre sentative of the National Portrait Gal lery with, it is believed, a view to pur chase. has In Dublin the granted a perpetual injunction with costs against the ! City and Suburban Race Course Company to prevent them hold ing race meetings on' Sunday in future. The action was brought by residents of Drumcondra, within which the race course is situated, on the ground that Sunday racing attracted crowds which caused the public thoroughfares to be come obstructed, to the annoyance and disturbance of congregations worship ping in the neighborhood. Recently a woman named Mary Mc- years, was found Canu, aged sixty-fiv- e dead in a byre under very peculiar cir cumstauces. It appears the deceased, who held a small farm in the townland of Clady, County Armagh, went out to milk a cow. She was a considerable time in the byre, ami her son getting uneasy went out and found her dead. An in quest was held, and the medical evidence went to show that deceased had a bruise on her body caused by a kick, and also one, on her head. The jury found in ac cordance with the evidence. Mr. T. W. Russell, M. P., will move a resolution in favor of a Catholic Univer sity for Ireland at the sessional dinner of the United Club, to be held on April 20 The United Club is a Tory organization, which has practically no habitation as a club, but holds an annual dinner at which Lord Salisbury and Mr. A. J. Bal Discussions four occasionally attend. always follow the dinners, as at the Eighty Club; the most important ques tions of the day are taken up and de bated without a division being taken. The member for South Tyrone has shown no small amount of courage in selecting the Irish University question for his sub ject. 'Several new appointments have been made in the National Education Office during the past month. Owing to the retirement, under the age rule, of Mr. Craig from the Superintendentship of the Inspection Office one of the most im portant, but entirely unornamental, posi tions of the Department Mr. James Hand has been selected to fill his posi tion. The selection is a good one, for Mr. Hand has, like most of the best of ficials in Tvrone House, risen from the ranks. The vacancy created by Mr Hand's promotion has been filled by Mr. clerkship, Scaly's elevation to a first-clahis place as Cashier being given to Mr. D. Carroll, a clerk of the second division. At a meeting of the Scottish Women's Liberal Federation, under the presidency of Lady Helen Murro in, Dun dee, resolutions were passed favoring sim plification of the factory acts, the exten sion of the system of women inspectors, urging that power prohibiting or limiting liquor licences be placed in the hands of the electorate, and supporting the liquor traffic local veto (Scotland) bill and Sir John Leng grocers' bill. The Federation also declared that the taxation of ground values ought to be considered, and re' affirmed its adherence to Home Rule for Ireland., and recorded its opposition to the State regulation of vice. The Scotch Mining Company, whose representatives for some time past have been making an elaborate examination of the extent and resources of the Dromagh coal fields, County Cork, are so satisfied with the richness of the strata that they have concluded negotiations with the landlord, William N. Leader, of Rosnalie, and have nlmost completed their prepara tions for opening the works. A large number of colliers' dwellings are now all but completed, whilej an immense quantity of machinery of the most modern and approved description is arriving daily. It is estimated that operations will be commenced on May 1, when work will be found for lOO.hands for a start. It is also contemplated to start a brick- making industry in connection with the . mining operations. well-knowss Excur sioN TO a a FREE .. S outb. Parkland 22, M. M. ! TODAY, APRIL 21, SATURDAY, APRIL Between the hours of 9:30 A. and 3:30 P. each day. Take the West Walnut and Parkland cars going out (with Parkland on front) on days and hours named above. Leave the cars at the end, corner Catalpa and Woodland streets, where our Free Carriages will conduct those who wish to view the property. Our Polite Agents will be at the above corner to pay the return fare of the visitors at 'the sale. EVERYBODY WELCOME. Brilliant Music by Prof. Eichhorn's Brass Band. FREE Strawberry Short Cake and Ice Cream FREE. SOUTH PARKLAND, St. Corner Thirty-sixtand Gibson Ave. h $101 $11 BUY A LOT $12 $10 House, HUNDREDS OF LOTS AT per lot, $20 per lot, per lot, $14 per lot, $40 per lot. Five-roo- m NOTHING HIGHER EXCEPT CORNER LOTS. TERMS $2 Cash; balance, 50 cents per week, with 6 per cent, interest. (J5QQ kJJj TERMS With Three Lots. $50 Cash, balance $S per month, with 6 per cent, interest. Will buy a Neat We furnish Free Certificates from the Kentucky Title Company. TITLE) PERFECT. E. E. MEACHAM 345 FIFTH ST., LOUISVILLE, KY. Agents on Grounds Every Day Except Sunday. HE IS A KENTUCKIAN, 5 WORTH REMEMBERING, Story Avenue, LOUISVILLE, KY. That asparagus purges the blood. That tomatoes act directly on the liver. That spinach and dandelion leaves are excellent for the kidneys. That onions are a preventive and often times a cure for malarial fever. That, if possible, vegetables should be cooked the same day they are gathered. That poultry should never be eaten until twelve or fourteen hours after it is killed. That mildew spots can be removed if they are rubbed with a .mixture of soap and chalk. That warm bread and cake can be neat ly cut by ming a knife which has been heated in tolUnfc water. Telephone 891. SMITH & DUGAN, All Kinds of flusic Hall, 1 131 i lilting Wet 1 V "V MarketSt. was granted as gallantly as the insult had ODORLESS VAULT GLEANING. been avenged. IT IV "In leaving, Mr. Scott ventured a little He Mnshed "Ills LuwdshlpV advice to the effect that if his lordship DRY Telephones 1097-182- 0. WELL DlddlNa. Orders by mall will should whimper again that night he receive prompt attention. Month and Tnined Him to would oe pitched from the window. The Good lJchnvlor. hint was sufficient. America was again SPORTY ITEHS. victorious, and the hotel was quiet through all the remaining days of Mr. Joe Cavauaugh has been made Captain We recently published an article on of the Ausiin base ball team. "The Kentuckian's Weakness," and Mr. Scott's sojourn." Shiudle, who played for a tim; with IMPORTANT CONFERENCE. James Andrew Scott, the popular FrankBrooklyn last season, has leen signed by fort attorney, has given a practical verification of it. Mr. Scott is a quiet, inoffen The conference, of representatives of the Hartford Club, of the Eastern League, sive and courteous gentleman, whom no the Catholic colleges in the United States to play third base. one could suspect of being a "slugger," held in Chicago, in its comprehensiveMartin Muldoon defeated Thomas yet here is what Rev. W. C. Taylor tells ness and its object was the most importin n wrestling contest for the the St. Louis Republic he did to an ant meeting that has ever been held in interstate championship at Warren, Ohio, English Lord in a New York hotel for this country. The master minds of Amer- on last Saturday night. using cuss words in the presence of ican Catholic preceptors were representThe world's record for a double kick ed. The keenest scientists of St. Igna- was broken by D. C. Briggs, of Columladies: "Mr. Scott, with his wife, two grown tius, the sons of St. Benedict and St. bus, Ohio, who made seven feet three daughters and son visited Niagara Falls Augustine, whose orders date back to and three-quartinches in that city last and had a suite of rooms at the Inter- the early days of Christianity, the Fath- Saturday night. national Hotel. An Euglish Lord also ers of the mission founded by St. VinAmong base ball enthusiasts last week had rooms on the same floor, just across cent de Paul, the Christian Brothers and there was only one topic of conversation, the hall. A little after midnight one the diocesan clergy in their capacity of and that was the memorable eleven inn- night a great cras.h was heard in the hall. heads of colleges, all fountains of knowl- ing battle of Saturday at Washington It aroused every one in the hall, and im edge clean and true, assembled to further Park between Brooklyn and Boston. I mediately a crowd of men, yelling, the cause of education! A six day foot race is We hope that the practical "issue may swearing and fighting, was surging along announced to take place at the Grand the hall in the direction of Mr. Scott's be carried out "How we may spread Central Palace, beginning May 8. It will apartments. He called a porter, who in broadcast the grand gifts which we pos be a contest so as to formed him that the titled man was sess to the countless thousands whose keep within the proyisions of the new drunk and that he was knocking down purses are not in keeping with their law. every one who attempted to interfere. talents." How many noble boys are At the Greenwood Athletic Club in "The clerk was sent for, but he said yearly lost to the church by the inability Brooklyn last week Owen Ziegler of their parents to provide them with that the head clerk had given orders not knocked out Frank Wango, an Indian, to interfere with the party in any way. a Catholic classical education. The pub in the second round. The bout was to The head clerk was summoned. He said lic schools are all that are open to them, have been for twenty rounds, at 133 that the Englishman and his party were and its smattering js all they can hope pounds. The Indian was outclassed and worth about 1,000 a day to the hotel, for. was almost counted out in the first round. and that interference with him would not COLONIES OF THE WORLD. A fighters' union' is the latest thing be permitted. In the meantime the proprotectorates and de- proposed in the way of trusts. Chicago The colonies, fanity had become unbearable, and Mr. boxers have come to the conclusion that Scott called a policeman, but the police- pendencies of the world number 120. of the land sur- they have been thumping each other for occupy two-fiftman was stopped at the office down- They face of the globe, and their population is purses that are too small. They held a stairs. d of the entire people of the meeting in that city last week and passed al"Mrs. Scott and her daughters were a resolution that hereafter they will not most frantic. Mr. Scott is a Kentuckian earth. Of the 500,000,000 people thus o live within fight for a smaller purse than $75. governed over to the maimer born, and every inch of The league championship season of him is true To the traditions of his noble what is known as the torrid zone, and all gallantly undertook inter- of the governing countries He in the 1899 has started most auspiciously. The State. He At this juncture north temperate zone. Throughout the attendance at the games thus far played national negotiations. g area known as the torrid has been phenomenal and this means a gentleman, who claimed to be the Sec retary of the party, presented himself zone no important republic or independ- that admirers of the great national game with the statement that he was authorized ent form of government exists save upon will turn out to see base ball played on to settle any bill for damages. Just then the continent of America. Of the 120 its merits, hut will not take the trouble to go to the ball grounds if there is to be an oath was launched by his Highness, colonies and dependencies, forty-eigh- t to any rowdyism. belong to Great Britain, thirty-tw- o directed at any one who would presume France, eight to Germany, nine to Portu The number of players with which the to interfere with his conduct. gal, five to China, four each to the United twelve League clubs begin the season is "The Kentuckian, scantily clad, sailed three each to the into the room of his lordship, dealt him States and Turkey, Denmark and Rus- as follows: New York, eighteen: Brook Netherlands, Spain, a blow in the mouth that rattled the teeth sia and two each to Italy and Austria-Hungar- lyn, twenty; Philadelphia, nineteen; Pittsburg, eighteen; St. Louis, nineteen; Washin his head and piled him in a heap on ington, seventeen; Baltimore, eighteen; the bed. In another moment Mr. Scott When she promises to be a sister to you Boston, sixteen; Chicago, seventeen; Cinhad his lordship by the throat. In the scuffle that followed, the lied broke down. you may safely claim a brother' oscula- - cinnati, nineteen; Cleveland, seventeen, and Louisville, nineteen. Then hia lordship sued for peace, which tory rights, JO KARNBY. I twelve-hour-a-da- y one-thir- threc-fourth- -- globe-encirclin- y. BCJJNCOrOXCY JOVIALITY PREVAILS, IRISH AMERICAN. HIBERNIANS. DANIEL DOUGHERTY. THOMAS KEENAN'. HARDING ft R1EHM, Music Dealers, 628630 Fourth Ave., Cordially invite you to SUDDEN DEATH, Unexpected Summons For the Grcntly Beloved Bishop "Wnttcrson. Social Session of the Young Men's Division Was a Success. What They Have Been Doing the Past Week General News Notes. Send in your name for this paper.H Don't forget the euchre of the Ladies' Auxiliary. Dan Kelleher's pathetic ballad almost caused tears to be shed. General regret was expressed because of the illness of President McCarthy. Workers like Martin Mullen can put Division C to the front if it is possible. The Ladies' Auxiliary will embrace at least 500 divisions before the close of the present year. The absence of Pat Holley was noted by the members of his division Wednesday evening. , Pat Filburn surprised the boys with his oratory Tuesday evening. They all agreed with him. The Ancient Order of Hibernians embraces nearly 2,000 divisions in the United States alone. The Ladies' Auxiliary of Ramsey county, Minn., will give a social hop Wednesday evening next in St. Paul. Dave Reilly will be called upon to sing the "Irish Jubilee" whenever he attends any of the divisions hereafter. Officer John Brennan was the recipient of a warm welcome at the meeting of Division 3 Wednesday evening. Members of Division 2 are urgently requested to attend the next meeting. The business to be transacted is very im- Doiifltierty 1229 & Keenan, I. St. Louis Bertrand's Fair St Louis Bertrand's School Building, Monday Night, April' 10, 1 The social session of the Young Men's their Division of the Ancient Order of Hiber nians Tuesday evening was a decided success. Owing to the inclemency of the weather many remained away, but those present made up in enthusiasm what they lacked in numbers. Edmoud P. Holley occupied the chair, PresidentMcCarthy being confined to OF A TRAIN-LOA- D his home by illness, and was assisted in carrying out the programme by Martin Mullen, John Casey, Robert Milligan, Martin McTighe and John Kilker. The session opened with a short address by the editor of this paper, defining the ON EXHIBITION. objects of the order and benefits to be derived from membership. HANDSOME The Shamrock Trio, James Cronan, Dan Kelleher and Edward Donahue, ren dered several fine vocal selections, fol lowed by Prof. O'Toole with piano solos, Neil Donahue operated a gramaphone while refreshments, liquid and solid, and cigars were being served, after which Pat Filburn delivered an address that OPKNS AT was warmly applauded. The hit of the evening was made by Dave. Reilly, who created the greatest enthusiasm with his excellent rendition of the "Irish Jubilee." Others who con ' tributed" toward making the evening a merry one were Tim Broderick and Jim And will continue two weeks. A pleasant time is promised to all attending. Many Cronan, who sang the "Legion's Re' new attractions will be the features of this fair. Come and enjoy a pleasant evening. turn." Among the visitors were Mike Burke, Admission, 10c; Season Tickets, 40c. the popular candidate for Councilman; Henry Nitzken, Dave Heilly, Tun Brod enck and Will Reilly. After an amus ing cake walk and stag dance the fun came to an end. UNDERTAKERS, West Market Street, Bet. Twelfth and Thirteenth IMjJXvEJIPIIOIVEJ 1240-2- . All Calls Promptly Attended to, Day or Night. Carriages Furnished for All Occasions. I FIRST GRAND OPENING APRIL 24th to 29th. Was the Cousin of lion. Henry "Wnttcrson of tlio Courler-Journn- l. HighGrade PIANOS SOUVENIR for Every Lady Visitor. Thousands Attend the Funeral Ceremonies Thursday at Columbus. RENT NORTON HALL NINTH KND BROHDWHY, For dances, receptions and euchre parties. This is one the finest halls in Louisville, with a splendid dancing floor, toilet rooms and all conveniences. Terms reasonable. For further particulars call on William Norton & Son, northeast corner Ninth and Broadway. of YISITED LOUISVILLE TWO YEARS AGO Right Rev. John Ambrose Watterson, Bishop of the Diocese of Columbus, Ohio, died suddenly last Monday morning from the effects of paralysis of the heart. He was a mail of varied accomplishments, possessing scholarlv attainments of high order, and was universally beloved by a large circle of friends throughout the entire country.' He was a cousin of Hon. Henry Watterson, editor of the Courier-Journa- l. S Gran W.Smith's Sons I B CHANCE TO GET A HOME Free 3 Funeral Directors And Embalmers.. S. E. COR. EIGHTH AND TELEPHONE 810. I W Excursion Today South Parkland. to 1 MISS KATE SMITH, Lady Assistant and Embalmer. m Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice. m i JEFFERSON STS. m Muldoon Monument Gompanu mm DESIGNERS AND BUILDERS OF SCOTCH ST Mr. E. E. Meacham, with commenda ble enterprise, gives a free excursion to day to South Parkland between the hours of 9:30 a. m. and 3:30 p. m. The object of the excursion io to give housekeepers a chance to invest in cheap homes, the particulars of which are fully outlined in an advertisement elsewhere in this issue of the Kentucky Irish American. The delightful suburb of Parkland offers every advantage. The locality is healthful, and everything desired is offered to the in vestor who desires to purchase a home on reasonable terms, making payments within the reach of everybody. Don't miss it. M ITALIAN MARBLE, AMERICAN AND GRANITE 1 THEATRICALS. first-clas- I 89 22 UH flonuments. Artistic Work Only Solicited. Workshops and 5tudies,-Carrara- , Italy. w, jjf WAREROOMS. 322 to 328 WEST GREEN STREET. SS2IHiIIIIIX311SllSIll122lIXlISSS A I PARADISE! SAMPLE ROOM. Fifteen Ball Pool. M. Manager Meffert, of the Temple The ater, who is always on the lookout for s attractions, has arranged for a m reproduction for the week of April 24 of tK Dumas' greatest romantic play, "The U Three Guardsmen," which will be the m greatest hit of the season. The play was produced here last January, but, owing to inclement weather, but few were able to see it, and it is, by request of hundreds of patrons of the Temple Theater, that the manager has managed to reproduce it. It belongs to a class of romantic plays which seem to strike the public fancy all over the country, and "The Three Guardsmen" has recently been presented to large audi ences in two of the largest theaters in New York. The play will be gorgeously mounted and a grand production is as sured. 1 u J Good Liquors a Specialty. I J. HICKEY, PROPRIETOR. 248 West Jefferson Street. Telephone 384. JOHN 13. FRANK. Clay5treet Brewery, 812 Telephone 209-- 2. and S14 CLAY STREET. LOUISVILLE, KY. HENRY C. LAUER, The Roeber and Crane Company, 5 which is booked to appear at the Avenue next week, is said to present more gen uinely new novelties on its lengthly pro. gramme than is usually found by the amusement-seeke- r. Mons. Laurent, of 5 the team Corolo and Laurent, will be seen here for the first time in his won g feats. Laurent derful breaks solid rocks with his naked fist, and will make a present of $5 to any one that he who can furnish a cobble-ston- e can not crush with his naked fist. Or should he fail to break six stones in quicker time than his opponent does with a hammer, he will pay $10. Another exhibition of strength is that of wrestling by the champion wrestler of the world, Ernest Roeber, who offers to match with any local man, and should he fail to secure a fall from his adversary in fifteen minutes lib will present him with 25. a i stone-breakin- A SUCCESSFUL BAZAAR. W TELEPHONE 1 IN 428-43- 0 ft 1--1-j East Jefferson St. Bleotrlo Horwo Ollpiiliitj;, $l.SO Per Iloricl. Horses and Vehicles to hire at all hours, at reasonable rates. 140.N 1 EMBLEM CONTEST! JP J $ $n St Who Is the Most Popular Hibernian? Two handsome Emblems of the Ancient Order of Hibernians will be awarded by the Kentucky Irish American to the members receiving the highest num- ber of votes, these coijpons only to be used for ballots. i ) ij Tonight will mark the closing of the St. Louis Bertrand Church Bazaar, and if rough estimates given at this time can be relied upon it will prove to be one of the most successful ever given in this city. Some of the booths and their rep resentatives who worked like Trojans from the start, are: The Acquinas Union Booth, with Misses Katie B, Lannin, Mayme Keefe, Mary Carey, Kate Toomey and Rose Cunningham, Messrs. Dick Edelen, John Crotty, John McDermott and John Bell in charge. The Sunday- school booth, with Misses Mary K. O'Malley, Lily Gord6n, Mrs. Ed Mor- bach and Messrs. John and Dave Burke in charge, and the Young Ladies' Sodality Booth, with Misses Lucy Cunningham, Katie Green and the Misses Lincoln in charge. These three booths and their workers have been conspicuous at all stages during the bazaar by thejr earnest efforts to make the bazaar a success, and have- surely succeeded beyond their best expectations. The results will appear next week. . Bishop Watterson had been in poor health for a long time. He intended to sail for Europe shortly, but his had forced him to postpone the date of sailing from time to time. He was less years of age at the time of than fifty-fiv- e his death, but had a reputation for scholarly eloquence and broad Christianity not excelled by any clergyman in the land. The tolling of the bell of St. Joseph's Cathedral was the first an uouncement that the Bishop had passed to his reward. The distinguished ' prelate was well known here, and ' throngs greeted his appearance at the Cathedral. Bishop Watterson returned home from Washington Saturday in apparently good health, but while away he had a severe fainting spell and was quartered at the Ebbitt House for two days. He attended to his customary duties Saturday, and in the evening he was quite fatigued. Sunday morning he appeared to be much refreshed and assisted at the 8:30 mass. His brother, Mr. A. V. D. R. Watterson, the n Pittsburg attorney, was with him during the. morning arranging mat ters for the proposed foreign tour. The two brothers intended sailing for Europe May 3, and the Bishop contemplated leav ing Columbus Sunday. Sunday after noon was the tune fixed for confirmation at St. Mary's church, and, notwithstand ing his enfeebled condition, the Bishop determined to administer the sacrament. He carried out his intentions, and for nearly two hours he assisted in the ser vices, and late in the aftcnioon he a class of 111 children and adults, Ever since his elevation to the bishopric Bishop Watterson has made it a point to lecture to the children on confirmation day and warn them against the evils of intemperance. For the first time, Sunday he was un equal to the task, and, after administer ing the sacrament and giving a few words' of advice, he returned to his residence, Sunday evening he took a drive and returned home at an early hour. He went to his bed chamber unobserved, and not till Monday morning was it known that he spent the night in a chair in his bed room. Shortly after 5 o'clock Monday morn ing Mrs. Curry, the housekeeper, accord ing to her custom since the Bishop has been in bad health, went to his room to see if she could be of any assistance to him. On opening the door she was sur prised to see him reclining in a chair. His face indicated suffering. He was awake, and when Mrs. Curry entered the room he asked for a drink of water. The housekeeper was quick to respond to his wish. He drank' it all and said: "That tastes very good." These were the last words that he was heard to utter, for almost instantly he commenced breathing hard, and swayed from one side of the chair to the other. : Father Charleii A. Watterson was aroused and notified of the Bishop's con dition. He at once went to the room and saw at a glance that the end was near. Conditional absolution was given, and while the priest was anointing the dying man a gurgling sound was heard, the body swayed in the chair and the spirit took its flight. The only ones present at the time were Fathers Watterson and Kessler, Mrs. Curry and Miss Wise. Dr. J. J. Magm-de- r was notified of the Bishop's condition, but he arrived too late. Thousands attended the funeral ceremonies at the Columbus Cathedral on Thursday morning. The building was packed and the streets filled for many blocks in every direction. Friends were there and distinguished prelates, who sadly viewed the procession. The Cathe dral was heavily, draped m mourning. The wall behind the altar was draped in solid black, the extreme whiteness of the altar standing out in bold relief. Pontifical high mass was celebrated, with Archbishop Elder of Cincinnati as celeFive hundred priests were presbrant. ent in tlie sanctuary, including Bishop McCloskey, of this city. The services at the grave were short but impressive, and when ended the body was lowered to its last resting place, and then a large con course slowly and sadly dispersed, leaving their beloved Bishop sleeping amjd the scenes of nature and to await the resurrection morn. well-knowcon-firme- II I Seventh, and St. Catherine. Frank Fehr's Beer always on tap. Special attention paid to ceived and he was elected a member of orders for family use. 1 Division of Jeffersonville Thursday evening. President John Rogers and the County Board recently instituted a new division at Ware, Mass., which will be known as Division 38. -Tom Home was in attendance at the meeting of Division 1 of Jefferson219-22- 7 ville Thursday evening and received a warm welcome. The County Board of Ramsey count, Minn., at its last meeting appointed committees to arrange for the annual picnic WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN of the order some time this summer. John Kenney's friends wish to see him elected to the office of Trustee in Clarks-villlilOO. IvOUISVILIvIJ, ICY Ind. He is well qualified for the place. The election takes place May 1. Division 9 of St. Paul gave another of BIG its popular entertainments last night. This division is growing fast, and initiated a large class at its meeting Wednesday evening. Division 2 will initiate eight candidates next Thursday evening. Con Ford and John Barrett will appear in full robes at the meeting. It will be a sight well worth seeing. The Jeffersonville Ladies' Auxiliary Per yard for pood Carpets. held a very interesting meeting WednesSee our hig line. and ai,l roiNTS in day evening. Quite a number of ladies were admitted, and several applications . Gasoline Stove $1,98 were referred. Greatest bargain ever offered. The annual report of National Secretary James Sullivan shows an increase of ninety-seve- n divisions. During the past .. $2.18 Ice Chests $2,18 year fifty divisions have been added to UNION DEPOT Biggest stock of Refrigerators and the Ladies' Auxiliary. Comer Seventh St. and River, Ice Chests in the city. Prices the Division 1, Ancient Order of Hiberlowest. CITY TICKET OFFICE nians, Jeffersonville, held a very interestNo. 218 Fourth Ave. ing meeting Thursday evening and had Steel-Whe- el Baby Buggy $2.98 several applications and transacted some Ky. very important business. Fine parasol. Nice upholstery. E Q McC0RMICK( Pass. Xraf M The annual ball of the Hibernians of WARREN J. LYNCH, A. G. P. A., Ilion, N. Y., was a grand social success. I CINCINNATI. O. James Reagan, of the "Bells of Shendon" Company, rendered several pleasing vocal selections during the evening. e 524, 526, 528 W. Market St. JOHN F. KbLLY CY SON Division 1 of Duluth, Minn., is constantly adding to its membership, and its Between Fifth and Sixth. DEALERS IN members are working energetically that they may soon occupy the second place in the ranks of the Hibernians in Minnesota. The Hibernians of Bridgeport, Conn., W. H. MEFFERT,' MANAGER. are discussing the benefits to be derived from the .establishment of a library. MEFFERT STOCK COMPANY There is necessity for good libraries in INalmost every community. Nothing can Seventeenth and Bank Streets. be more beneficial than good literature to any one. This is a suggestion that could be carried out in Louisville at a Special attention given to Matinees Dally at 2:15. Night Performances very small cost. family orders, and goods deat 8il5. 10, No portant. The application of Dan Shea Wines, Liquors, Cigars. Hot Hunch Day was re- and Slight. ITALIAN SWISS COLONY WINE CO., West Jefferson Street. WHAIXEN BROTHERS, Proprs., LIQUORS OF KLL KINDS. F0UB e, Telepliono PiARPETS I 93 hed-roo- cHTr a r o ...MICHIGAN. Indianapolis Peoria mi INDIANA and I best terminals f',0158,; IfltflLDlNbU. lTAmn I TEMPLE THEATER -- Vegetables, Produce. Fresh Meats, Three Guardsmen Popular Prlces-15, 25,35c. . higher. N S0CIETV. President- Keenan and Vice President Lawler were kept busy Thursday evening distributing the handsome lapel buttons recently ordered for the members of'thc n Society. The design is a unique one, being an American eagle with a sprig of shamrock in its beak, surrounded with a wreath of green and gold shamrocks. Besides adding forty-tw- o names to the membership rrll, it was decided to give a moonlight excursion early in June. Messrs. John Mulloy, Mark Ryan, D. J. Coleman, Tom Garvey, T. J. Naughton and James Queenan composed the Entertainment Committee, and members favor their arranging for another social session and smoker. Irish-America- EN11IEII AnniIn celebration of the Twenty-firs- t versary, will be given by the United Branches of the CATHOLIC KNIGHTS OF AMERICA livered city. to all parts of the St. Nicholas Hote EUROPEAN PLAN. OP LOUISVILLE. At Macatiley's Theatre, MONDAY EVENING, MAY 29 WH. FLEISCHER, Prop. Corner Sixth and Court Place, A Tickets, 25c; Reserved Seats, 25c Extra. A.'rri3?cr myitis EUCHRE AND DANCE TO BE GIVEN BY THE First Class Restaurant la Connection ROOMS FROM 50c. Up. HERE YOU ARE FOR Ladles1 Auxiliary of A. 0. H, There will be an important meeting of At HIBERNIAN HALL, the Central Labor Union tomorrow after" noon. Several new unions are expected to send delegates, and the Labor day celebration will receive attention. President Martin Fox, of the Molders' International Union, who is here adjust ing differences between some employers CENTRAL LABOR UNION. Tuesday, April 25 Euchre Begins Promptly at 8 O'Clock. PRESTON AND MARKET. Louisville City Band LAWLER- - -- COONEY. BROWN LEGHORN CHICKENS. and employes, is expected to be present Music Furnished for All Occasions, and address the delegates. Several importantant reports from the Address Prof. ED. MORBACH, Conductor, officers of the American Federation 6f Labor will be submitted. 320 W. Breckenrldgc St. TEACHER OP VIOLIN AND CORNET. LAWLER'S II M ONAROn A RACE FOR THE FLAG. ; : : 5 jfc Record the Candidate on the JPirat Line, Division on the Second. The race for the Irish flag, now taking place at the Dominican church bazaar, will close at 8 o'clock this evening, at $V which hour all returns must be in, The contest has been a. friendly oue, ami the Hibernians look like winners, ' !. tion of Brown 'Leghorns as layers. Poultrymen agrpe they average 200 eggs a year., are small eaters, cleanly and orderly in their habits. Mr. Charles L. Jacques, 2422 St. Javier street, has them, and, will furnish, eggs for hatching at five cents each. Cockrels are scarce this year, , but he has three for sale, Evey chicken lover knows the reputa CONFIRMATIONS. Term M. D. LAWLBR. Reasonable. M. J. IAVI.MR. S OEJIVT CIGAR. Manufactured at Eighteenth and Duncan Streets. SUPERIOR Right Rev. Bishop McCloskey will hold confirmation services tomorrow morning at the Church, of St. Mary Magdalene. During the afternoon the Bishop will confirm a large class at St. George's church,J Marydale. The children will make, their first communion In the morn: LAWLER & SON FIRST CLASS ALBERT H. CHARLTON Is a Candidate for the Grocery apd Saloon N. W. Cor. GENERAL ASSEMBLY From the Eleventh and Twelfth, wards, subject to action of tke Democratic party.. Nieestk and Dmcm.