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BUSINESS MEN in setd of competent Btpk-krecer- ti Stenog- rapher!, Bill or Shipping Clerks, or any other of&cs help, can be supplied without charge to employer or employee by writing or telephoning to the BRYANT & COL BUSINESS 8TBATTON LEGE, Third and Jefferson 8ts. Kentucky Irish American. LOUISVILLE: SATURDAY, APRIL 29, 1899. "WILL HOLD PRIMARY, City and County Committee LACE CURTAIN LAUNDRY. We lend and never follow. Our work In laundering lace curtains st 20c a pair gives en- Work called for and delivered. First-clas- s serlcc. MAD. DAI5EY, 62S Second St. Telephone 2631. tire satisfaction. VOLUME II. NO. 17. PRICE FIVE CENTS. L. U KENTUCKY MONUMENT To Her Soldier Dead to Be DOWN TOWN. Observations of a Visitor at the Bazar Being Held at St. Cecilia Hall. The HAPPY THRONG JOHN C. HERNDON, i G. HEALY OBSTINATE His Hci'tisal to Servo as a Prevented Successful Action. Con-ferre- Arrange for Nomination of Candidates. A very important meeting of the Demo Popular Democratic Candidate for sate TreasAttended the Euchre and Dance IteKular Meeting and Interest.urer. ing Business Transacted of the Ladies' Auxiliary Thursday Evening:. We feel that we aJL simply discharging a debt of gratitude to Mr. John C. Hern-do- n when we publish his picture and add Dedicated at Chlcka-maugWednesday. a e Last Sunday. Hon. AVlUinin Jennings Bryan Named for Orator of Labor Day Celebration. Itaco Grows More Exciting as the "End Approaches. Butlcr-Grubcr ll Several New ami Novel Feat-"WiBo Presented urcs Next Week. cratic City and County Committee was held Tuesday afternoon, with all the members in attendance except Mr. W. J. O'Hearn, who was unable to be present. Mr. Wallace Renfro, member from the Fifty-firLegislative district, comprising the Eleventh and Twelfth wards, was on hand and was duly recognized by the committee, having been victorious in his contest before the railroad convention at st The Hibernian Hall Presented a Brilliant and Auiiiiuatcd Scene. Misses Mary E. Goodwin and Molllc Burke the Lady Prize AVInners. Frankfort. Chairman Isaac P. Miller called the committee to order, and it was decided that a primary should be held under the A SPECIAL MEETING FOR TOMORROW, FRIENDLY RIYALRY AT THE BOOTHS auspices of the City and County Demo- REQUESTED TO GIYE A LAWN FETE. cratic Executive Committee on June 12, 1899, for the purpose of nominating can didates for the following offices: State Central Labor Union held its regular The last of this season's indoor recep Senatorial The bazar for the benefit of St. Cecilia's Senator for the Thirty-sevent- h meeting last Slmdav afternoon and wns chtrch was opened last Monday night, district; for Representatives to the Gene tions and euchre parties of the Ladies' u Auxiliary of the Ancient Order of Hiber- - our tribute of praisf to a man who has called to order by President McGill. Forty-sixtand from all indications promises to be a ral Assembly from the Forty-fiftnians was given Tuesday evening at always advocated the cause of organized There was a full representation present Forty-eightForty-nintForty-seventdecided success. Owing to the inclemand Fifty-firLegislative Hibernian Hall, and a happier or hand- - labor and has nevert failed or refused to and much important business was trans- weather the attendance vs Fiftieth ency of the kept down for the first two nights, but districts; for School Trustees in the Forty- i Forty- as the bazar will continue for two weeks fifth, Forty-sixtFiftieth and Fifty- those in charge say they will more than eighth, Forty-nintget even with the elements for their in- first School districts; forjudge of the I lty Every one connected with Court and for Aldermen and Councilmen terference. the affair is working hard to make it a for the city at large, and such other offices success, as this will be the last bazar of as are to be voted for at the next No LABOR the century, and the proceeds will be vember election. renovating the interior of the n:fil iii It was also determined that May 17 be r given as the last day on which candidates church. ALSO BY BUILDING to the societies taking can declare their candidacy and qualify COUNCIL. A word in regard cart would not be out of place. As you before the committee, at which time the That the Kentucky Irish American is steadily growing in favor with its readers enter the hall on your left you find the candidates will be heard us to the number and usefulness to the public is evidenced by the action of the Central Labor Union St. Vincent de Paul booth, with lots of of polling places each district should be and the Building Trades Council in givitjg it their indorsement, which is the more nrpRv thinps to catch the eye. This entitled to in this primary. welcome and appreciated because unsolicited and unexpected. The publisher is booth is in charge of Mr. Andriott and grateful, and will endeavor to merit this: additional recognition. Our friends will Collins, assisted by several other ONE UNDER ERIN'S FLAG. Mike be pleased to learn that the proposition favoring the indorsement was unanimously members of the society, and if indica adopted by the delegates of both bodies. The preamble and resolutions adopted by count for anything they will make tions the Central Labor Union are as follows: the vountrer people hustle to A Thrilling Incident In the Whereas, Many misstatements have recently appeared in the press of this keep pace with them. Memphis in city relative to the Central Labor Union and organizations represented therein; and Next we have the Catholic Knights Civil War Times. Whereas, The Kentucky Irish American has always been a consistent and and Ladies of America table, all decorated unbiased ehampiou of the trades union movement; therefore be it increen and yellow, and in charge of Mrs. Mcnahan and Mr. M. Hoban, as Resolved, That the Central Labor Uijiou indorse said Kentucky Irish American The regiment was Irish Irish from 1 sisted by Mrs. Galway and others, who Colonel to drummer boy. It carried the as the official newspaper of this body. have always made their table a success, "flag of Erin" side by side with "Old Resolved, That the proceedings of this organization and all affiliated unious be and it goes without saying that they will Glory," and felt and acknowledged a communicated to the public through the columns of the aforesaid paper. not be left this time with such a Hard ana double responsibility in maintaining the mrnKi wnrter as Mrs. Monaliau in honor of both. (The army records say it chartre. cast no discredit on either. ) The Colonel Next von will find St. Joseph's Aid had served in Sumner's Dragoons, and Society, and if you think the little girls had been a soldier of fortune in Mexico & have been outdone by the older members and Central America; the men, bronzed somer throng of young and old people contribute to the success of every moveof the congregation, just pause as you acted. Thecommitte having in charge from exposure to the Southern sun, pass their, table and take a look at the hardened in campaign, bivouac and bat' never before gathered within its walls. ment lpokingtorTbeUernient. of the Uarrangenients jorjthe celebration of The large number of tables in the' meet laboring classes. For more than a quar- jauor uay reportea progress. host of pretty things tliey have collected tie, matched with the free swing which ing room were occupied when the bell ter of a century Mr. Herndon has been and, you will certainly admire the little The credentials of the delegates from army of the West, and characterized the ones for the interest they have shown. which later displaced the automaton rang at 8:30 for play to begin, and those with the various firms composed of Hon. the newly organized Painters' Union, No, This table is in charge of Miss Henley, rigidity then thought necessary in the who could not be seated or did not wish James C. Gilbert, Thomas Bradley and 23, were accepted, and the following to play assembled in the dance hall, others, comprising the old firm of Brad were given seats: William G. Kolp, H. H, assisted by Miss Fisher and lots of other regular army. where they tripped the light fantastic to ley & Gilbert, becoming Vice President Sheldon and Robert E. Price. young girls of the Aid Society. After service in the Tennessee and The Plasterers' Union itudrew in In the rear of the hall you will find the Mississippi campaigns, the regiment was the entrancing strains of Prof. Scally's of the Bradley & Gilbert Company when the present association was formed and order to join the Building Trades Coun Altar Society, who will serve you refresh under orders to join the forces before orchestra. Miss Rose Sweeney, tne President of incorporated. Mr. Herndon entered the cil. The union still recognizes the au ments at reasonable prices, and if you do Vicksburg, where the seige was then in the auxiliary, was assisted in receiving Auditor's office when a boy, assisting in thority of the Central Labor Union and is money's worth it is because progress. not get your From their bivouac outside you are hard to please. Mrs. Joe Heller Memphis the men for an entire day had by Misses Nell Cunningham, Mary Cavan-aug- the Treasurer's office when occasion friendly toward it. Annie Hagerty, Mary Kelly, Lizzie required, and became thoroughly acThe metal polishers sent in a communi nan, Mrs. Flood, Mrs. Morrissey and looked longingly upon the city and several other ladies have charge of this planned numerous diversions therein, Lynch, Mamie Connors, Annie Kelly, quainted with the details of both offices. cation requesting that the Solar bicycle table and thev certainly know how to none of which, however, was allowed to Sarah Kilty, Celia Potter, Margaret Besides being an expert accountant, Mr. lamp be declared unfair, which was done Godfrey, Katie Shaugh-ness- Herndon is n man of liberal education, a President McGill was authorized to entertain. occur. "No leave was granted, and it was O'Connor, Josie Democrat, and has all the qual- go to Washington, D. C, to confer with Katie Nalty, Maggie Glenn, Mrs. true-blu- e Alter leaving the Altar Society, where not until twilight that orders were re you have been so royally treated, you ceived to march directly through the James Coleman and Mrs. Jennie Burke, ities that fit him for the position to which officials of the American Federation of cross over to the other side of the hall town to the levee, where the transport and each was untiring during the whole he aspires. As a party worker no one Labor. evening to do everything possible to has been more diligent than he, and the A committee was appointed to call and near the door you will notice was waiting. Democrats of Louisville, Jefferson county upon Herman Christen, now of the United gathering of pretty ladies who belong to The route lay through "Little Ireland," make the occasion a memorable one. At 10:30 the prizes were awarded, the and the State will make no mistake in Trades and Labor Assembly. This com the Young Ladies' Sodality, who wilt the Confederate stronghold in Memphis, make it interesting enough for you where troops had been frequently stoned winning ladies being misses Alary Is. giving him their united support. mittee will seek to obtain from Mr, Their booth is certainly evidence enough in passing, and where no welcome could Goodwin and Mollie Burke, who received T0A1 Christen a copy of the agreement given DREWRY FOR THE LEGISLATURE of the work they have done and what be looked for. It was a gloomy, narrow an elegant pocketbook and silver hat pin by the Louisville Railway Company a few they will do. This table is in charge of way that led through it. The night was respectively. As will be seen by notice elsewhere in years ago, wnen there was agitation for Tom Naughton and Pat Walsh were Miss Nora McDonough, assisted by a host pitch dark, and the street was imperfectly this issue Thomas Drewry announces conductors and vestibules on street cars, gentlemen winners, the former re of pretty jrirls. lighted by occasional gas lamps. From the himself as a candidate for the Legislature Mr. Christen at that time was Chairman Last but not least we come to the house to gutter the sidewalks were packed ceiving an elegant scarf and pm and the from the Eleventh and Twelfth wards, of the Committee on Legislation of the latter a gold cross pendant. young men's booth, composed of mem with Central Labor Union, and is said to have people men, women and children Upon the conclusion of the euchre subject to the action of the Democratic received from the railway company the hers of Mackiti Council, in charge of whose faces were darker than the primary, which is to be held June 12. James Duffy, Charles S. Raidy, William night, and whose attitude hands behind several vocal and piano solos were ren Mr. Drewry stands on a free silver plat- agreement in which was contained dered in an excellent manner, and many Kerberc and V. 11. Smith, assisted by them suggested that ever-read- y promise to make concessions along the brick, were the encomiums conferred upon the form with Joe C. S. Blackburn for line of placing conductors on cars. The Misses Ida Raidy, Lilly Schreiber, Tillie Dislike, contempt, hatred were in every piano presented by the indorsement of the Chicago the Ladies' Auxiliary Senator, Curran, Lizzie and Nannie Morgan, Eva face. Sullen silence was the only greet to the Hibernians of Louisville, after platform and William J. Bryan for Presi- Board of Directors of the Central Labor Raidy, Rose Huber, Rose Reagan, Anna ing. Union waited on Mr. Herman Christen, which the players indulged in dancing dent in 1900. Mr. Drewry is a young but were unable to get from ln'in the con Boyle, Mesdatnes Eschmann, Weber, Then the transformation. At a signal until after midnight, man, full of enterprise and energy, posTimothy Crowley, Kibby, Messrs. Barney flags were swung free, and at the sessing varied accomplishments, and tract. He now claims that it is not in One of the most amusing features of Burkholder, Barney Daw the Flynn, Thomas his possession, and that he can not pro same moment the band struck up "Garry the evening was the cake walk engaged commenced active business in Louisville duce it for this reason. The committee son, John McQuese, Prank Morgan ana Owen." A gasp, a cheer, a roar followed, a few years ago in newspaper work, several others. The ladies have charge and a moment later the mob was t in by Murt Gallagher and Miss Rose which he performed creditably, and in will ask him for the agreement form Kelly, of this city, and. Tom Home and of the booth and have lots of nice articles shouting, welcoming throng, some em Miss this line displayed marked ability. Mr. ally and report back. Julie McCarthy, of Jeffersonville. to show you and will try to induce you to bracing the soldiers in the ranks, some The Kentucky Irish American was in Drewry was a candidate for the Legislatinvest if you give them a call. The boys standing with bared heads and streaming They made the hit of the evening and ure iu 1897 and was defeated, and made dorsed as the official organ of the central have charge of the wheel, where you caw eyes as the green nag was marched past, their many unexpected and comical evo- 125 speeches in Louisville and body. William M. Higgins, the manag. Jeffersonwin anything from a pin to a house and others calling down blessings on their lutions caused peal after peal of laughter. ville for Mr. Weaver and the entire Dem- itig editor of the paper, is the Organizer They excelled anything of the kind seen lot, to hear them tell it. Then there was a wild countrymen. ocratic ticket. After the election of Mr. for the Seventh district of the Interna The contest between Master Gruber rush back to their tenements, and then, here this season. tional Typographical Union. The dis All the divisions of this city were well Weaver lie was appointed to a position trict consists of the States of Kentucky, and little Bliss Butler promises to be very laden with food and liquor cheer, the under the present city administration, interesting. The victor has a choice be population of Little Ireland followed the represented, and President Will Reilly but son resigned, because he would not Illinois and Indiana. Mr. Higgins was tween a gold watch and a bicycle. Master regiment to the levee, swept over the of Jeffersonville, was accompanied by surrender his political principles to what the President of the local Typographical Gruber is the son of Bes. Gruber, the hues that ought to have been established Misses Mayme Garretty, Julie McCarthy,' was then the policy of the city adminis- Union for three years, and has been the n Portland avenue butcher. around it, and succeeded in convincing Mary Maher, Maggie Dugan, Ella Gar- tration. He is iu sympathy with the representative of the union at three in while Miss Butler is the daughter of its members that "blood is thicker than retty and Maggie Cahill, 6f the newly masses of the people who are making a ternational conventions at Pittsburg, organized Ladies' Auxiliary of the latter George Butler, the popular groceryman water." struggle for bread and opposed to the Syracuse and here. He also was a repre city, who came to invite their Louisville and Portland avenue, at Twenty-firs- t centralization of wealth and power in the sentattve at two conventions of the sisters to pay them a visit. With two such well known people as the American Federation of Labor at Den BASE FRAUD. The ladies were ably assisted by hands of combines and trusts. Mr. ver and at New York. " above interested the contest promises to Drewry is the author of the free silver be very interesting before the fimish. During the past week numbers of Messrs. John Cavanaugh," Joe Taylor, platform upon which Mr. Oscar Turner llie central Labor union is now in James Barry, James Coleman and others, being held in the school our correspondence with Col. Bryan, and The bazar is citizens have been recipients to whom they return thanks for the was elected to Congress, and is a member hopes to get him here for the Labor day liall beneath the church. The West of n circulars, mailed from Their next social af- of the Bandana Club. He is a gifted celebration. Main-strecars will carry you within New York City, soliciting them to services rendered. will most likely be a lawn fete, in orator and a reasoner of marked ability. The meeting adjourned to meet totuor, half a block of the door. enter into a conspiracy for the purpose fair accordance with the request of an army If elected he will serve the people well row afternoon to take up the new consti of passing counterfeit one, five and ten of their friends. and faithfully. INDIANA ELECTIONS. s and finish up some tution and dollar bills. The circulars were accomJ1ACKIN COUNCIL. COULD WIN EASILY. important business. panied with a cipher form of telegram to Township elections will occur in many be sent to James P. White, Allentown inHICKEY'S TROTTER. The visit of the members of Trinity Many of the leading Democrats of the places in Indiana Monday. Quite an Pa., who would then make arrangements e of Mackin terest is being taken in the race for for a meeting with the "oldest steel East End are importuning Mr. William Council to the The drivers of fast horses have been Council, in the West End, proved a most O'Connell, the popular and Township Trustees in Clarksville, where plate engraver in the United a-- number of surprises States treated while Kenuey, Sr., is the Democratic The fraud is so palpaple that we do not contractor, to announce himself as a eujoyable affair. The Mackin boys main- taking to daily John their spins over the boule resided there for a candidate for Alderman, subject to the tained their reputation as entertainers, .nominee. He has believe any one in Louisville will be so action of the Democratic party, for the programme arranged and executed vard during the recent pleasant weather, number of years, is respected by all foolish as to do more than treat the "con which he has done yeoman service during being an excellent, one. All who took but none greater than that furnished by great integrity, and will classes for his Mr. James Hickey. Jle now has a mare fidential" document with the contempt many years. Mr. O'Contiell stands very the trip are glad ttiat they did so. make a faithful official. Many think he it deserves. Any that passes without effort the animals other course will lead high in business and labor circles, and Democratic ticket, for wili lead the That peas and beans are the most nut- driven by BiUy Bailey, Jim Douglas and been a zealous to the penitentiary. which he has always his friends declare he could win easily. ritious-of vegetables, containing as much a number of others, and says it will not worker, He lias the request under consideration; carbon as wheat and double the amount belong until,, he can do a mile, in less mistake you Whenever ajnan makes a Mr, Kenney is one of the leading of muscle-'orinin- g food. may expect a tidal wave of explanation Shaw this paper to your friends. than two minute, Hibernians of Southern Indiana. h, h, h, st h, Forty-sevent- Kentucky Irish American Indorsed, New Union Admitted and One "Withdrew. INDORSED BY THE CENTRAL THE UNION. TRADES On the battlefield of Chickatnauga, next Wednesday, the monument of Kentucky to the memory of her brave sons, the wearers of both the blue and the gray, will be dedicated with appropriate ceremonies. The Kentucky delegation, headed by the Governor and his staff, will be one of which the old Common. wealth may well be proud. The full staff of his Excellency, the Hon. William O. Bradley, including two Brigadier Gen erals and sixty Colonels will take part. llie Kentucky delegation, according to the programme now arranged, will leave Louisville on the morning of May 2. Among those who will go from this'city are Col. John H. Whallen and Col. Mike Muldoon. The private car of Vice President J. T. Harahan, of the Illinois Central, has been placed at the disposal of Gov. Bradley. The train, containing most of the staff, will leave Louisville over the Southern, mectiiii? the Gover nor's special at Lexington. The private coach will be coupled to the main section at that place, and then will begin an tin- broken run to Chattanooga. A special committee will meet the Ken- tuckians nt the depot and escort them to the Auditorium, where theje will be a banquet. Next day the monument will be dedicated, according to the programme already published. The monument is the work of Col. Mike Muldoon, of this city, and is one of the most imposing on that historic field. The Proposed Resolutions Wero All That Any Nationalist Could Ask. Resolution Pronosiiisr Another Conference lor Unity AVas Adopted. THE OUTLOOK IS MOST FAYORABLE COUNTY BOARD MEETING. Preparing For the Annual Fourth of July Celebration. The meeting of the County Board of the Ancient Order of Hibernians last Saturday evening was presided over by President John Murphy. The attendance was not as large as usual, owing to the interest taken in the contest for the Irish flag at the Dominican church. President Murphy reported the results of the labors of various committees since the last meeting, atnthey were of a most encouraging nature. The quarterly re port from Division 2 was also received, showing an increase iu membership. The members of the County Board were treated to an agreeable surprise, the Hall Board, man, tendering the farmer the use of Hibernian Hall free of charge for the future. Active preparations are being made for the annual Fourth of July celebration. The Executive Committee reported prog. ress, and the indications are that this year's celebration will surpass any here tofore held. The question of increasing the initia turn fee will come up for action at the next meeting, and those wishing to become members of the order should take advantage of the present low rate. Another meeting of the board will be held this evening, and every member is urged to be present. Matters of import, ance will come before it. BUILDING TRADES COUNCIL. Streetsof The unity conference held in Dublin April 4 did some very important work, says the Irish World, though it was not able to actually accomplish the object for which it met, namely, bringing about the union of the Irish Nationalist representatives in Parliament. It has been hoped that all the representa tives Parnellitc as well as anti-Par- nellitc would be present, for all had been invited, but Mr. Redmond and his following did not attend, the alleged reason being that a committee meeting or caucus had not been held previously to arrange a programme or basis of action for the conference. Such caucus, it appears, was to Have been called, but some circcmstances intervened to prevent it. But. though the Parnelhtes were absent the conference wns by no means a failure, even with leference to the main purpose of the gathering. Resolutions were passed which made it evident beyond doubt that the vast majority of Ireland's representatives are for union, and for union on principles which are thoroughly in accord with the patriotic sentiment of the Irish people. Here, for example, are some of the resolutions which the conference adopted: "All Irish Nationalists to be reunited in one party on the principles and constitution of the old Parnellite party as it existed from 1885 to 1890." "The reunited party to be absolutely independent of all British political par-tics- ." througirharfmanTsoi? h, v, There was a good attendance at the meeting of the Building Trades Council Thursday evening. Owing to the ab sence of President George Roser, Presi dent Hehenian occupied the chair. The Lathers' Union sent delegates to the meet, ing, making nearly all the trades repre. sented. The good work of the council is already being felt in various quarters, and has the indorsement of quite a number of contractors. Those at his head are busi ness men, and if their advice is followed there will be a marked improvement in the condition of those engaged in the building trades, both employers and em, ployes. The Kentucky Irish American was unanimously indorsed as the official organ of the council, which action is highly appreciated. Its best services will be nt the disposal of the building trades. TRINITY COUNCIL. "The main object of the united party to be to secure for Ireland a measure of home rule, at least as ample as that em- i)odied.in4he.bills.oM880,and.l893.'J "I he party also to fight on the old lines for the redress of all Irish grievances, notably those connected with tlfe land, labor, taxation and education." No Irish Nationalist can say that these are not sufficiently thorough as regards the questions to which they refer. No "independent" can ask for more independence of British parties than is here adopted into the platform of the Irish party, consisting (without the Redmond-ites- ) s of the total of nearly Parliamentary repiesentation of Ireland. The direct effort made by the conference for union was a proposal to appoint a committee "to meet a committee of Mr. Redmond's party, with a view to devising the means of reunion." This proposal would have passed but for the refusal of T. M. Healy to agree to be a member of the committee. The conference therefore had to give up the idea of the committee and content itself with passing a resolution declaring its patriotic purpose as follows: "We respectfully submit to the consideration of our absent colleagues iu the Irish Nationalist representatioh and to the judgment of the country these declarations (including those above quoted), and we express our readiness to attend at a future conference for the purpose of discussing in a friendly spirit these and any other proposals which may be brought forward by any member; and if this plan, which we think the most hopeful, be still declined, we are prepared to consider favorably any other means which may be suggested for the purpose of bringing about such discussion." three-fourth- CARTER REJOICES. well-know- - type-writte- by-law- club-hous- Trinity Council, Young Men's Institute, held another of its interesting meetings at the club house Monday evening, when two new applications were received and referred. A committee was appointed to prepare resolutions on the death of the late John Mehler, and an order was also drawn for the amount of his funeral benefit. George Barrett was compelled to resign the office of Recording Secretary because of business engagements, and a spirited contest is now on for the place, with Mike McCurthy, Maurice Dauaher and Aug. Kremer as nominees. The Sick Committee reported that none of the members were ill, while the financial officers reported the treasury in excellent condition. All the members are urged to be present to take part in the election Monday evening. We take pleasure in announcing Mr. Len G. Herndon as a candidate for reelection to the Board of Aldermen, subject to the decision of the. Democratic prin mary, June 12. Mr. Herndon is' a well-know- Chicago's Mayor Sends Congratulations on Ireland's Triumph. The act of Parliament establishing local government in IreHnd by elective town and county boards, which were recently chosen, went into effect Tuesday, when those boards were formally sworn in. The editor of the Dublin Irish Independent cabled Mayor Harrison, informing him of the fact. His Honor replied that he rejoiced in Ireland's triumph, and that full freedom must now follow. TRAVELS IN THE OLD WORLD. well-know- n business man, and has served his constituency well and faithfully for two years as a member of the Board of Aldermen. He has always been identified with the interests of the laboring classes. Sunday and Monday evenings there will be a grand art entertainment at St. George's church, Eighteenth street and Standard avenue, illustrating travels jn the old world. A pleasing feature will be a large chime of silver bells, arranged to imitate the famous church chimes of Europe, The views represent art, historj' and travel in Egypt, Venice, Rome, up the Rhine, through Germany, into Switzerland and among the Alps, with a Shipwreck on the coast of Wales, vividly illustrating a storm at sea. The admission is otily fifteen cents, but is wojth four times that amount. 1 , KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. MIMiitif HliiMMIMtiltMI Devoted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. I! SINQLE COPY, 5c. Matter. Street. lite red at the Louisville Pontofllcc ns to the KENTUCKY Second-Clas- s Addiersall IRISH AMERICAN, 326 West Qreen LOUISVILLE, INDORSED KY NOT LOADED. SATURDAY, APRIL 29, 1S99. RESORTING TO RUFFIANISM, Plaids, Checks, Stripes, Mixtures and Solids. ) dissensions in local labor circles we Laws to restrict monopoly and TWENTY-SEVEN KINDS TO SELECT FROM. fc deplore, have tried and will in every unjust discrimination in trade may way try to heal. We have not nor Double-Breaste- d Single be proper, but can be carried too sizes. will we take sides in the conten far sometimes. Arkansas has a law tion, question the sincerity, impugn WE GUARANTEE these to be good J so sweeping that union miners on A as sold the motives, asperse the characters for $10. strike against a reduction in wages U deuouuee the objects of either or are to be indicted aud prosecuted nothing but injury and disaster can for ' 'combiniug against an employer result to labor from such a course and discriminating against uou and those who expect us to do so union miners," aud it is conceded will be disappointed. We know AND MARKET. that under that law 110 labor organ most of the prime movers on either & CTSfe QSi Ctfs- Gfi- GWization can legally exist in the side of the controversy, and though Further, a recent fire in State. we have not always agreed with Little Rock caused a loss of $100, them, and most certainly do not 000, and the insurance companies approve of the division and rivalry can not pay the iusurance without between them, we admit they have INCORPORATED. violating the anti-trulaw unless done faithful and effective work for an agreement is made for payment labor in the past and still desire to outside the State. Yet the Texas do so, but will not be likely to sue Legislature has a similar law pend ceed by persisting in contention, iug, and despite opposition of busi antagonism, ridicule and abuse. So of redress. The landlords, of course, do not uess men aud labor organizations we shall not encourage a contimi is likely to pass it. Reform is ance of the wrangle, which has al approve of the United Irish League great thing sometimes, but some ready gone too far and can not be aud for a time sought to check its people can not realize mat it is settled any too soon for the best in growth by counter meetings aud opposition speakers, but their ef overdone till they have suffered the terests of the working people. effects of an overdose. Sumptuary We believe, and experience has forts were futile, aud to O'Brien's legislation always reacts. convinced us in the belief, that only credit it must be conceded that, so e by peace, harmony and unity can far as he met any of the Two lovers footed it from Utica, labor maintain the respect aud sym speakers, several of whom are able seven miles, to Jeffersouville to get pathy of the public; that only with men, he easily refuted their charges married. After paying for the the aid of public good will can it against the organization, explained license the groom was broke and ICY. grievances and better its away the legal objections and came could not pay the . Magistrate for remedy Believing this, we shall off victor in the debate. The courts performing the ceremony. condition. That strive to heal, not widen, the breach; were next resorted to, and leaguers official agreed to credit them and to unite labor's workers aud make were arrested and prosecuted for others offered to loan the money, All Kinds of "V 1 friends for labor, not divide aud alleged violations of law, but these but the bride-to-b- e refused, saying make labor's workers enemies of were dismissed without trial except she was too proud to be married on John each other, to be ridiculed and con in a few cases, and in these the tick, if she does live iu a shanty Husic Hall, 131 Market St. verdict was acquittal. All this, in boat. They trudged home to earn street, who has been ill for the past week, The marringe of Miss Margaret Ken demned by the public. is now improving, and her friends will nedy and Mr. Wallace A. McKay was Those who do not approve our stead of checking the growth of the the money needed, and will then be glad to know that she will soon be solemnized Wednesday afternoon at the Baptist church in EHzabethtown. Miss course are perfectly welcome to league, really attracted attention return to Jeffersonville and have able to be out again. Kennedy is a talented and accomplished NOW READY FOR pursue their own in this free land and excited sympathy for the the knot tied. We will venture Mr. John Sheridan, the popular in young woman and very popular Eliza in league and aroused indignation the prediction that that couple, spector in the street department, who- bethtown. Mr. McKay is till they see the error of their ways has been ill at his home on High street or have demonstrated, as has been against its persecutors, resulting in when hitched, will go through life for the past fortnight, will be able to be young lawyer, newspapaper man and EUROPEAN PLAN. Lawn politician, and his friends throughout again next week. done heretofore, that the working more members and more leagues, all right. This Garden lias been newly decorated out the State will be interested in hear and refurnished for the present season, people can not long be led by those until it is jiow spread all over the The many friends of Mrs. James A. ing of his marriage. Immediately after with appointments of all kinds, WH. FLEISCHER, Prop. seems to us that the man who Ross will be glad to learn that she is now the ceremony the young couple left for and invites the inspection of It whose only argument is denuncia agricultural portions of Ireland. able to be up and around. She has been Chicago and other Northern cities. church and society committees Corner Sixth and Court Place, The last move against the league invests his money in Indiana to tion, whose only motive is revenge before closing contracts. ill at Saints Mary and Elizabeth Hospital A GREAT CELEBRATION. is desperate. Up to recently all avoid paying Kentucky taxes and for the last couple of weeks. A First Class Restaurant In Connection Garden is a cool, pleasant retreat, Lion and only object is destruction of transfers easily accessible, with street-ca- r their rivals, regardless of the re- league meetings, however large and employing Kentucky labor is rather the to all parts of the city. For terms and Cardinal Vaughan,4 addressing Dan McKenna's friends were glad to sults to the whole. Rather will demonstrative, were always orderly nervy in raising a rumpus because greet him this week. He suffered a severe Catholic Truth Society iu London, out dates address or call on BAUER, ROOMS FROM 50c. Up. WILLIAM he said, had been lined a project Lessee aud Manager. they realize that if we can not agree and peaceful. Within the past few he is not allowed to dictate who sprain of an ancle while al work on the decided upon atwhich,Vatican and blessed the Illinois Central two weeks ago, but is as to who shall lead and how to weeks at meetings where Mr shall be nominated for office in now able to be out on crutches. by the Pope, to celebrate the last year of the centenary and the first year of the proceed, we shaHat least agree not O'Brien has attempted to speak he Kentucky by the Republican or JOHN P. KELLY & SON Mrs. James any other party. He ought to de May Gibbons,Gibbons and daughter, Miss next in "solemn, international, world W. H. MEFFEET, MANAGED to fight and tear the house down has been interrupted, jerred, in of Cleveland, were this wide acts of homage to the Savior." DEALERS IN about us. And you know, when sulted, and at two meetings but for vote his great "influence" where week the guests of Mrs. W. H. Johnson, There are to be common prayers, pil MEFFERT STOCK COMPANY Court. Mrs, griraages to Jerusalem and Rome, religthe Louisville workmen conclude to police protection would have been his interests are over the river. of 617 Belgravin, St. Jamessister. 117Gibbons is Mrs. Johnson's ious solemnities, special meetings for the side. have peace, what they do with attacked by parties, strangers iu the He can be spared on this purpose of transmitting to future ages Tom Kelly is the happiest man in Lini of solemn professions of the Catholic those who still persist in "kick- localities, aud who attended and With a little help from each of crick, owing to the arrival last Sunday of faith and the erection of crosses and bon Meats, carried out the same tactics at all ing." our readers, which we feel justified a lovely girl baby at his home on Oldham fires on the lofty eminences of the world . Matinees Datlv at 2il5. Nlzht Performances e 0.1 , The Building Trades Council at the meetings. It matters not who in asking, we will be enabled to street. He will tender a reception to his On the first day of the new century the ftlOIlU. .. . fopnlar trices iu, xd, zo,jdo. Honigmr. many mends in honor of the little guest, instigates such ruffianism, its purSeventeenth and Bank Streets. faithful are to unite in spirit at the first its meeting Thursday night also double the size of our paper and Mrs. L. C. Hassler and Mrs. H..D, mass of the Pontiff, at which His Holi pose is manifestly to prevent the gave us a unanimous indorsement. improve it materially without in Eggers have gone to Birmingham to ness will use a golden chalice presented ENTERTAINMEN Special attention given to holding of league meetings, and attend the silver wedding of Mr. and by the Catholics of the world. family orders, and goods dein the City if possible cause riot and bloodshed, creasing the subscription price. We don't take sides Mrs. W. F. Sanneman. Mrs. Hassler Anni In celebration of the Twenty-firs- t JOHN TEV1S FOR THE LEGISLATURE. versary, will be criven bv tne United livered to all parts of the Hall or any other factional fights, though the latter has thus far been Mr. Charles F. Price has been will also visit friends at Huntsville, Ala city. but give credit where we believe it avoided, owing to Mr. O'Brien cut- selected as Judge to occupy the Sid Gates, the popular passenger agent Mr. John Tevis, whose announcement Branches of the due. Mayor Weaver and the Board ting short his speeches, appealing position of the late M. Lewis Clark of the Big Four, was the guest of the will be found elsewhere in the issue of CATHOLIC KNIGHTS OF AMERICA Queen City Club upon the occasion of the Kentucky Irish American, is a candi BIG OP LOUISVILLE, FOUR of Safety are decidedly right in en- to the people not to resent the ruf iu turf matters. Mr. Price is in the banquet tendered E. O. McCornnck, date for the Legislature from the Fourth forcing the rule that city officials nanism, and quietly disperse to every way well qualified to fill subject to the action of Fffth wards, At Mocmiley's Theatre, TO the who has gone with the Southern Pacific. and Democratic primary, the June 12. Mr. and employes must pay their debts their homes. But nt the meetings responsible position. Miss Anita Muldoon will leave Monday Tevis is a young man of talent and strict MONDAY EVENING, or lose their jobs, as they gave where Mr. O'Brien was attacked for St. Louis to attend the National Fed integrity, and is popular among an Tickets, 25c; Reserved Seats, 25c Extra. Aspirants for public office should eration of Music Clubs, at which she has classes. He is a firm supporter of Sen several policemen and firemen to after leaving the speaker's stand, been invited William J. Bryan Blackburn COONEY. LAWLER- understand the other day. The though the police ostensibly guard insist that the union label appear ferred upon to sing, a recognition con atorPresident and for After graduating only those of the highest for in 1900. man with employment who will not ed him, they really kept back the upon all their printing. Thus they ability. from Harvard Mr. Tevis entered the Louisville Law School, and since com pay his debts is certainly not the enraged people from his assailants, will avoid embarrassment aud loss Mr. and Mrs. Americus Callahan will pleting his course has been one of the AND AU POINTS IN kind of man to hold a public posi-io- n who hastily retreated. Such con- of votes. leave the middle of May for Chicago, most successtui young practitioners in the city. INDIANA which place they will make their future A SUPERIOR of trust, and as they are paid duct, if persisted in, can have Jjut DEPARTED FROM HONOLULU. home. Mrs. Callahan has for a long . . . MICHIGAN. HIBERNIAN FLAG RECEPTION. S C15NT by the citizens, they should be one result bloodshed and ' they time been one of the leading vocalists Manufactured at Letters just received from Honolulu of the city, The handsome Irish flag won by made to pay the citizens for what who instigate it will be responsi BEST TERMINALS . . Eighteenth and Duncan Streets. from William L. Higgins announce the Division 4, of the Ancient Order of get from them. They enjoy ble. they departure from that port of the transmotor- - Hibernians, will bs formally presented Dan Hallahan, the' UNION DEPOT M. J. tAWLKR. M. D. I.AWI.BR. ports conveying the Ninth United States man, has been treating his friends to the to perquisites and privileges enough Corner Seventh St. and River. the division at the next meeting with Judge Scott, of Richmond, Ky., Infantry from San Francisco to Manila. cigars this week in consequence of the appropriate ceremonies aud afterward a CITY TICKET OFFICE without also living off the public. No. 218 Fourth Ave. has decided the vagrancy law un The temperature was exceedingly warm, arrival of a handsome boy at his home merry feast, to which all the members hut the soldiers were enjoying good last Saturday. and the mother are invited. At the meeting Wednesday S. We welcome the Enquirer, of constitutional because in violation health, and all were unions to get to the are both doing Little Dan well. FIRST CLASS evening the thanks of the division were General Agent, Ivouisville, Ky. ficial organ of the Central LaborJ of the Federal Constitution, which front. Young Higgins, who is the son of tendered Miss Birdie Welch, of Oak the editor of this paper, has; been proSteve Dunigan, one pf our most popular street, and Messrs. Pat Burke and Pat E. G. MCCORMICK, Pass. Traf. Mgr., Union of Chattanooga, Tenn. It prohibits slavery in this country. moted to Corporal. citizens, is now in Chi King, to whom it owes mucn tor us WAKKliN J. WNtU, A. G. P. A N. W. Cor. NltttMatk ami Duncan. CINCINNATI. O. is small; but newsy and full of vim. Tew pf our city people are aware of .Read our ada. when you want to buy; cago, where he has under consideration a victory. well-knowpost-Lente- The Central Labor Union last Sunday indorsed the Kentucky Irish American. We fully appreciate the compliment, the more so since it was unsolicited, and shall endeavor We have to prove worthy of it. devoted space to labor matters and frequently made suggestions as we deemed best for labor's interests. We will continue to do so. The No organization has grown so rapidly and is now so universally established throughout Irelaud as the United Irish League, the purpose of which is to secure the full benefit of the laud law to the ten autry, protect them from summary eviction and unjust seizure or de struction of their property, defend them against unwarranted leglsla tion and prosecution, and finally to seek further coucessions for the people by amending the law so they may become freeholders as well as tenants, responsible and paying tithes to the Government, thus dis peusing with the landlords. That such a proposition meets with the unbounded approval and enlists the hearty support of the tenantry is quite natural, and they have come iu crowds to the meetings, which always result in the formation of a new league, thus adding strengtl to the movement. The leader and principal speaker is Mr. William O'Brien, and his addresses, thougl at times severe in the arraignment of the injustice and cruelty of laud lordistii, have uever suggested any other than legal aud peaceful means the provisions of this law, which is enforced out in the State, and, in deed, in nearly all the Southern States. Under it any "one out of employment is liable to arrest as a vagrant, or a "tramp," as they are generally called, and the rura! "Jedge" usually convicts the uu fortunate, who, being friendless and unable to give bond for good behavior and that he will not live off of or annoy the community by begging or trespassing on their premises, is fined and sold to the highest bidder, who is entitled to hold him till by his labor the pur chaser is reimbursed. Almost any workingman who has been South in search of work can tell you al about it. And the Legislature of Kentucky, "friends of the working-man,- " enacted that law? Yes, and it since the adoption of the new constitution. Working men will have to begin to look about and see how to save them selves from some of their "friends.' 9 Qft QCc QSb r 7 7 Gfc df- - 0ffr proposition to accept a good business position. His friends would regret to see him leave Louisville. The marriage of Mr. Duff Miller, of Port Fulton, and Miss Josie Dean, of Jef Mr. John J. Barry, of New Haven, was fersonvillc, is announced to take plao May 28. They have the best wishes of a here for a few days this week. host of friends, as they are decidedly Mr. Dan Murphy, of Owensboro, was popular and this week the guest of Wintoti Fitch in The many friends and acquaintances Parkland. of Mrs. John Doherty, the venerable "Jack" McQuese has notified his lady mother of James and Frank Doherty, o friends that he now confines his attention Jeffersonville, will be glad to learn that to one and to one only. her condition has greatly improved. She has been seriously ill with rheumatism Theodore Pulford is celebrating the ar- of the heart. rival of a beautiful little girl at his home, 1002 Twenty-firs- t street. The friends of Mr. Durston Miller and Miss Josie Dean, of Jeffersonville, will Miss Mary Rowe, a popular Slielby-vill- e be pleasantly surprised at the announce' I lady, spent several days in this city ment that they will be united in mar visiting Mrs. Dr. Bryan. riage May 28. They have a very large Miss Melvina Fahey, of Chicago, is circle of friends who will unite in wish visiting friends in this city, with whom ing them a pleasant journey through life, she will spend next week. The engagement is announced of Mr. John Mullen and Miss Katie Cummins Miss Kate Fitzgibbon, who .hss been n young people of the West ill at her home for the past two weeks, is End, Jeffersonville. Their marriage will reported rapidly improving. take place May 1G at St. Augustine's Mr. and Mrs. R. .E. Mullane, of Ver- church, and will be one of the society n sailles, were the guests this week of the events of the season. Misses Mullane, of West Walnut street. Branch 2, of the Catholic Knights and John Barrett, who has been confined to Ladies of America, have issued invita his home on Payne street by illness for Hons to a progressive euchre and hop at the past fortnight, is again able to be Hibernian Hall on Monday evening out. May 8. Refreshments will be served and the game aud dancing will begin at Mrs. Charles Higgins, of New York, 8 o'clock. Scally's orchestra will fur will reach the city next week to visit nish the latest dance music. Miss Frankic Woodward on Third n young Mark Morris, the avenue. plumber, who has been at Nazareth for Mrs. Thomas Boliannan, Jr., who has the last several weeks on business, will been dangerously ill at her home, 1541 return next week. His friends who have Second street, is now out of danger and been kept posted as to his movements improving daily. durinK his absence say that when he does return he will leave his heart in the Mr. Ernest Coll, one of Jefferson n ville's .men, who has been keeping of a pretty country belle. suffering from a severe attack of typhoid George J. bliea, who lias been sen fever, is now convalescent. ously ill at Norton Iniirmary, is re a difficult sur John Healy, of Eighth and St. Cathe covering. Mr. Shea had gical operation performed, and at one rine, who sustained a severe injury to his foot on the Illinois Central two weeks time it was thought he could not recover, Mr. Shea is immensely popular among ago, is still unable to be out. all classes, and his many friends will be The Knights of the Derby will give pleased to learn of his improved condi the first picnic of the season Thursday Uou. next at Phcenix Hill Park. Two union The engagement is announced of Mr, bands will be in attendance. John Mullen aud Miss Mollie Cum Mrs. Margaret B. Conway, of 1409 tilings, of Ohio avetme, Jeffsrsonville is one of the most popu Third avenue, is going to Europe next The bride-to-b- e month to spend the summer. She will lar and handsome young ladles of that n chaperone several, girls from New York city, aud Mr. Mullen is the Market street saloonist. Their marriage The engagement of Miss Susie Hayes will occur at St. Augustine's church on of 452 East Broadway, to Mr. H. W, May 10. Howard, also of this city, is announced The many friends and admirers of The marriage is to take place early in Oe Rev. Father Ludwig Miller, the retiring tober. pastor of St. Anthony's church, Jeffer Miss May Dulaney, who has been vis' sonville, tendered him a reception at that iting her sister, Mrs. Albert S. Willis, of church Sunday evening, previous to his Andover, Mass., lor several weeks, is now leavincr for Syracuse to enter upon his iu Washington, the guest of Mrs. Judson duties. Father Miller carries with him C. Clements. the best wishes of the people of both this city and Jeffersonville. Niland, of 2120 Duncan Mrs. well-knowwell-knowbest-knowwell-know- r 7 LEVY'Sl DIAGRAM SUITS Rich Men's Garments 3 7 7 at Poor Men's Prices, of Shape and Material. ALL-WOO- i The Very Latest Styles i i k 3 7 STRICTLY ST A L 4 T TI HIT IT wk. ? ? or all any suits elsewhere as I LEVY BROS., THIRD - - - flSW g I FRANK FEAR BREWING 60. st anti-leagu- BREWERS AND BOTTLERS, LOUISVILLE, SMITH & DUGAN, 11 jr i West lining Hotel well-know- n LION GARDEN St. Nicholas Picnics, Socials, Fetes. first-class Sunday-schoo- l, TEMPLE THEATER -- fl Gilded Fool Vegetables, Fresh " .... w Groceries, Produce. ROUTE MAY 29 Indianapolis Peoria and -- MLAWLER'S CHICAGO CJGAR. .. well-know- n LAWLER & SON Grocery and Saloon J. GATliJS, Irish-Americ- KEJV0DXJOKY IRISH u?kIMDEIIOJJKC. COMMODORE JACK BARRY. HIBERNIANS. What They Have Been Doing the Past Week General News Notes. Special meeting of the County Hoard tonight. The various divisions will elect officers in June. Division 3 will initiate a number of candidates at its meeting next week. Edward I. Sheehan, of San Francisco, State Secretary of the order in California, is Tax Collector of San Francisco. The Ladies' Auxiliary should add many names to its roll from among those present at the euchre party Tuesday evening. Tom Camfield is always listened to with He is one of the the closest attention. wisest and most conservative men in the order. The indications are that the initiation fee will be increased to o. Those contemplating joining should lose no time in filing their applications. The meetings of Division 1 of Duluth, Minn., are now rendered very interesting by the distribution of literature, which is enjoyed by all the members. Division 1 held no meeting this week, giving up its night to the Ladies' Auxiliary. President Clancy and his fellows can always be depended upon to do the gallant thing. President John Hennessy was greeted with rounds of applause as lie entered the hall Wednesday evening, bearing the flag won by his division at the Domnican church bazar. Division 4 has secured Lion Garden for its picnic and outing, which will take place July 21. The members have hit on a novel method .of disposing of tick ets, and success is already assured. Last Sunday morning Divisions 0, 32 and GO attended holy communion in a bodv in South Boston. They were headed by their respective Presidents and pre sented a fine appearance. Among those initiated by Division 4, Wednesday evening, were John Henehau, James Curran, Thomas Naughton, Tim O'Leary and John Quill, all good men Three applications were received and referred. The various divisions were poorly rep resented at the meeting of the Ladies' They afternoon. Auxiliary Sunday missed a rare treat, as an excellent pro. gramme had been arranged for their entertainment. The younger element of Division 4, among whom are John Grogan, Joe Lynch, John Shauglmessey and Tom Langan are organizing a ball team to play any of the other divisions, espe cially No. G. The Ladies' Auxiliary of West Duluth, Minn., gave an entertainment last week that proved a very successful affair social BAZAR ECHOES, ly. An excellent literary and musical programme was rendered under the head of good of the order. Susie Becker, Mary.Roso Kelly Mr. John Hines aud Miss Rose Mc and Susie Miller the Cafferry will be united in the bonds of Prize Winners. matrimony on May 11. The honey moon will be spent in Florida, where the groom has many friends, after which As was predicted in these columns, the they will make Louisville their perma St. Louis Bertrand church bazar, which nent home. closed last Monday evening with an auc Division 38, of Worcester, Mass., which tion sale, was a huge success in every was instituted on the 2Gth ult., held a way financially in particular, about meeting in Knights of Robert Emmet 5,G00 being realized. Miss Susie Becker Hall and admitted fifteen new members, won the piano in the ticket selling con County President John J. Rogers con test, Miss Mary Rose Kelly won the man ducted the initiation ceremony, and also dolin, while Miss Susie Miller captured installed the officers. the bicycle. Mr. McGillen won the pony Division 23, of Boston, Thomas J. Dow and cart which was raffled off, and is ney President, held its regular semi indeed to be congratulated, as he has a monthly meeting in Conant Hall. Three handsame prize. One booth in particular candidates were initiated and five propo which attracted a great deal of attention sitions received. A literary entertain and favorable comment at the bazar was William the Young Ladies Sodality booth, in ment was held, with charge of Misses Ella O'Neill, Maggie A. Ryan in the chair, A company of the Hibernian Rifles, to O'Neill, Lucy Cunningham, Katie Green On exhibition be known as Company K, has been or and the Misses Lincoln. ganized in Torrincton, Conn. It started there was the handsome silk quilt made n members. Patrick Mur and designed by Mrs. James O'Neill. with phy was elected Captain aud Michael This exhibit was very attractive and re Owens and John J. Finn First and Second flected great credit on Mrs. O'Neill for taste and neat work. The Aquinas Union Lieutenants, respectively. and Miss Josic O'Neill deserve great credit At the regular meeting of Military Division 43, in Fusileer Hall last week, for the valuable assistance which they President John B. O'Higgius occupied rendered Father Logan at all times during the chair. Two candidates were initiated the bazar, and in the future should be and nine propositions received. Fresi remembered by the parishioners and dent O'Higgins advocated the teaching given material assistance at any of their of the Gaelic language in the schools of own affairs which they may give. Father Logan will read a financial statement of Ireland. the bazar proceeds at all of the masses It is reported that Tom Lynch, of tomorrow morning. Division 4, who has held n responsible position with the Illinois Central railroad CATHOLIC KNIGHTS OF AMERICA. for many years, is going to quit railroading and study law. Mr. Lynch's brilliant The entertainment committees meet linguistic powers, good sence and fasci next Thursday night, May 4, at St. Peter's nating personality will be the means of Hall, Branch 2G2. Seventeenth and making his venture an assured success. Southgate, and would1 like for all the At a special meeting of the Sarsfield members to attend the various branches. Thursday night there was a large meet Guards, Division 47, Capt. Thomas J. Clements, President of the division and ing at the hall of Branch 4, to arrange Captain of the Guards, presided. Five matters for the grand entertainment, candidates were initiated and four propo- which takes place at Macauley's Theater sitions received. The tickets for the next month. Sacred Heart Branch 24 meets first county ball, to be held in Mechanics' Hall, May 29, were distributed to the Sunday in May, at their new hall, at 4 o'clock. The hall is near the Dominican various officers. Word has reached this country that church. Mrs. Patrick O'Donnell, of Philadelphia, MAY RACES. The Ancient is in want in England. The new Louisville Jockey Club will Order of Hibernians has begun a movement to raise a fund for her support. open the spring fifteen days racing be Mrs. O'Donnell is the widow of the man ginning May 4 and ending Saturday, who shot and killed Carey, who turned May 15. A brief season of fine sport is State's evidence in the Phoenix Park anticipated and will be better this year than ever before. In the daily average murders in Dublin. Hibernian circles were recently startled destributlou of money last year the club by ths statement that George Shea and led all others in the South and West, disGeorge FUhiff had taken a vow never, tributing $3,250 per day. The same pro never to wed. Those who saw them at portion of values for stakes aud purses the euchre Tuesday evening refused to will be maintained during the current place any credence in it, while many are season. Derby day is next Thursday, of opinion that it was only a ruse on their May 4. part to screen a double wedding looked DEPUTY EDWARD O'CONNOR, for in the near future. Edward O'Connor's many friends are On the occasion of his lecture in Union Hall, Cambridgeport, Sunday evening, congratulating him on receiving the ap April 23, the Rev. John F. Cummins, of pointment of Deputy Constable, to suc Roslindale, in recognition of the attend ceed the late Will Foley. He will prove valuable assistant to Constable Toe. ance of large numbers of the Aneient Order- - of Hibernians of. the Uniyereity jFlyim. y. fifty-seve- City who came to hear their beloved soggarth aroon, wore his magnificent diamond jewelled Hibernian badge presented to him in honor of his appointment as State Chaplain of the order by his fellow members of Division 40, of Forest Hills. The ball of Division 4, of Boston, Capt. John O'Leary, President, was held in Union Park Hall. Capt. O'Leary was born in County Cork, Ireland, April 16, 18GG. In 1880 he went to England, where he remained three years. He then came to this country, landing in New York, coming thence to Cambridge, Mass., and helped organize Division 1, Board of Erin, in Brookliue. A fair was opened in Village Hall, Whitman, Mass., under the auspices of Division 8. Many prominent members of the organization in the county were present. Previous to the exercises in the The fair hall there was a street parade. was formally opened by Hon. E. J. Slat-terThe hall was tastefully draped and the different booths were laden with the gifts of the friends of the organizations. A smoke talk under the auspices of Division 10, of Hyde Park, Mass., was held in Estes' Hall. Members of Division 20, of Milton, and 11, of Dcdham, were present as guests. President Thomas The speaker of the ocStack presided. casion was the Rev. Augustine D. Malley, of the Church of the Most Precious Blood, who gave an interesting talk on "Unity." An entertainment of music and readings followed. At Stengerbuud Hall, Hartford, Conn., Company B, Hibernian Rifles, tendered a complimentary reception to the ladies who aided it in making its recent bazar a success. During the evening Capt. Henry J. Mclnnis made a speech, in which he alluded to the honorable career t. W. E. Hogan as a worker of and gentleman in the organization, and in behalf of the company presented him a suitably inscribed gold pendant and medal. The Daughters of Erin of Duluth, Minn., held a successful meeting last week, with the Ladies' Auxiliary of West Duluth ns their guests. After the regular order of business the visitors enjoyed a pleasing literary entertainment and refreshments. It is the intention to re peal these literary entertainments at in tervals throuchout the year. The ladies are adding new members at every meet ing and the division is in a prosperous condition. "Wheel meetings" are being held throughout Minneapolis by the Ladies Auxiliary societies. The one recently given by Division 3 at its hall was well Refreshments were served attended. and a novel entertainment delighted those present. One of the features of the even iwr was a guessing contest. The wheel meetings are for members only, the ob ject being social enjoyment and to form a better acquaintance among the ladies of the auxiliary throughout the city. FAVOR THE UNION, IN WOMAN'S REALM. DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY, JUNE 12. 0000000000000000000000000 Women's, kingdom is her home, and there, as a rule, she reigns supreme. Just now she is busiest, and oftentimes happiest, because she is turning the house topsy-turv- y to clean it. This period, so dreaded, and not without reason, by the male portion of the household, could be rendered less of a bugbear by a little system and forethought on the part of the mistress of the house. Take one room at a time, thoroguhly clean it and rear range it before proceeding to the next one. The parasols this season are what could be called "dreams," so perfect are they in their loveliness. They come in all the various colors and shades to match every costume. The sun umbrellas with bodices are very chic and much in demand. When on yom summer outing be sure and have plenty of shirt waists and a short skirt to tramp through the woods, . Master Painters Encourage the Body. Recently Organized. the newly organized Painters' and Decorators' Union was held nt Reeb's Hall Tuesday evening with an encouraging attendance. President Kolp presided, aud jn his remarks informed those present that the union movement had the hearty indorsement of n number of the leading master painters, among them John, McKclvey, Sidney Irmg, J. Venable, Mike Walsh and several others. John McKelvey urged activity upon the part of the men ami gave them as surances of his hearty support and em ployment of only card men, believing that to be the only way to advance the best interests of the employer aud employe, and his utterances arc indorsed by Michael Walsh, who has the contract on building. the Courier-JournAn open meeting of In the brave old ship "Alliance" We sailed from sea to sea, Our proud flag in defiance Still floating fair and free, We met the foe and beat him, As we often did before, And ne'er afraid to meet him Was our brave old Commodore. Upon the ocean sailing In pride and great renown, Our Yankee vessel hailing A British brig bore down Says the Commodore, "we've got 'em. Boys, up! and blaze away," And we sunk her to the bottom, And her consort "Trepassey." Next, right against us steering Came a saucy "seventy-four,- " In all her pride careering To thrash the Commodore; But each gunner plied his rammer And a ringing broadside poured, And we brought the British banner And the main mast to the board. Thus o'er the ocean sailing, We roamed from day to day, In battle never failing To make the foe a prey. In storm or sunshine never slack Our Commodore was he To trample down the Union Jack Aud sink it in the sea. One eve as day was dying And sinking into night, With the British ensign flying, The "Sibyl" came in sight, The English captain hailed us As he down upon us bore, And proudly answered Barry Our brave old Commodore; THOS. DREWRY, Is a candidate for the From the Eleventh and Twelfth wards, subject to the action of the Detnocrrtic party. Platform Joe C. S. Blackburn for Senator, indorsement of the Chicago platform, and the renomiiiation of William J. Bryan in 1000. S353SS53SSSSSSSSS9S9SS59S JOHN TEVIS 1 Walsh the Tailor, i v 7 ! ' 232 FOURTH AYE. 8 fi Examine Complete Line 8 8 Sonne: Suitings. S 8 W8S8SS3SSSJSS5SS3SSSSSSSJ9 CANDIDATES VOR Till'. O'Neill's Studio, 342 V. Alarket LEGISLATURE h Prom the district, Fourth and Fifth wards, from First to Hancock streets, subject to the action of the Democratic primary, June 12. Forty-sevent- St. Positively the Finest Work, Reduction iti prices for thirty days to introduce my Pictures. "This is the ship 'Alliance' From Philadelphia Town, And proudly bids defiance To England's King and Crown, As captain on the deck I stand To guard her banner true, Half Yankee nnd half Irishman, What tyrant's slave arc you?" Then with a voice of thunder, Our guns began the fight, Though battling against numbers Aud the foeman's fleet in sight; For the Hudson and the Shannon 'Gainst the minions of the crown, We fought them till our cannon Brought the British ensign down. Says the Commodore: "We'll take her From before their very eyes, With another broadside rake her, And we'll bear her off a prize." Then our round shot went careering Through their rigging and their spars, And our crew began a cheering For the Yankee stripes and stars. 1899. NOVKMIIRR HLI'.CTION. HUE Forty-eight- h wards, subject to the action of the Democratic party. LEGISLATURE, district, Sixth and Seventh Is a Candidate for Candidate for the Cl, 1899. 6US6flDE.N'S ARB SELLINd ABSOLUTELY ALBERT II. CHARLTON GENERAL ASSEMBLY From the Eleventh and Twelfth wards, subject to action of the Democratic party. PURE At ICE CREAM $1 a Gallon, SAMUEL GOMPERS, President of the American Federation of Labor. climb the mountains roving. or to wear when Len G.Hernaon Is a candidate for to This is as low as pure Ice Cream can be made for this reason; Sweet cream costs from (JO to 75 cents a gallon, so you can not expect to buy pure ice cream for less than l a gallon. Interesting talks advising that hariuon ions action and business methods be fol lowed were made by Joseph Hehemau, Thomas Hennessy, Charles Peetz and the editor of the Kentucky Irish American, who was heartily congratulated upon the indorsement of Ins paper by the Central Labor Union. A number of applications for member ship were received, These were to be acted upon at the regular meeting last night. The union has also arranged for death and sick benefits for its members aud their wives. CAPTAIN OWEN FINNE0AN. d Owen Fiunegan, a right son of Erin, began life actively as a deck hand on an Alabama river steamer in the palmy days of steamboating, before the railroads removed most of its picturesque and comfortable craft from the inland waters. Fiunegan declared, according to Hantiis Taylor, when he was a deck hand, the steamboat cook, who was also an Irishman, would call to him, "Ah, there, Finuegan, ye blackguard, come and eat! And be in a hurry, ye spalpeen!" Finuegan would hurry forward to get his humble dinner. Finally Finuegan got to be an officer of the boat, and the cook's tone changed to "Mr. Fiunegan, dinner's ready!" In the fullness of time Finuegan became Captain, and the cook's speech underwent another change. "Capt. Finnegan, yer honor, will you please take your tay?" That was the cook's way of acknowledging that Finnegan had reached the top of the ladder. And the story the "good Han-nis- " tells bristles with that worldly wisdom that comes of human experience. There was a man in Mobile many years ago, so the story goes, who had a notable resemblance to Finnegan. This man was noted for contracting debts and never paying them, for thriftless habits gener ally, and for partaking of too much strong drink. A visitor to Mobile approached this man one night in Royal street and asked, "Aren't you Owen Finnegan?" "I dunuo, I dunno," answered the poor fel'ow in n wandering way. "I aurowin' everybody else. I reckon I am owin' Finnegan, too!" f brave-hearte- BOARD OF ALDERMEN Subject to the action of the Democratic primary, June 12. CUSCADEN'S, Telephone 518. 417 SECOND ST. The question of n rainy day dress is being agitated all over the country, but somehow it does not seem to make much advance. A few progressive women in each city start the movement, and then it is carried on in n desultory way for a few weeks, interest is lost aud it is dropped out of sight altogether. What the women really lack is the one essential of moral courage. They feel they are the cynosure of all eyes, aud are attracting more attention than they care to at that moment. If any one doubts the truth of this state ment let one watch the first woman seen on the street in a short skirt (whether it cos be her bicycle suit or her rainy-da- y tume) and notice how every other per son, irrespective of sex, turns to look ltidrvid after the aforesaid short-skirteual. But the convenience of such a costume is not to be denied, aud the healthfuliiess of it is also a plea in its favor. d And streaming on the breeze aloft, It waved in all its pride, To Democratic Voters And on the foeman's captured crafts of Kentucky. Now sailing side by side. I beg to announce my candidacy for O! how our gallant sailors cheered the office ofe State Treasurer, subject to Just as the sun went down, ui .1. uemocnuic convention, uie i uie And our good vessel homeward steered Juneiiliiuii 21, 1899. My early business train For Philadelphia Town. ing was received in the Auditor's and Treasurer's offices, and I believe I have There are gallant hearts whose glory all the qualifications necessary to .the . 12 i -r r1 .. i 2... -- 11! Columbia loves to name, liiiciugciii uistuurgc ui uie uuues oi uie very respectfully, oiiice. Whose deeds shall live in story JNO. C. HERNDON. Aud everlasting fame. But never yet one braver HERE YOU ARE FOR Our starry banner bore Than saucy old Jack Barry The Irish Commodore. the A Irlili-Amcrlc.- iii OH enn CIGAR The Best Cent Clgnr on t- w. is. wxTeoisiir-ris- , Manufacturer, C. smokc." ""SEEKS. Preston and RawIIngs Sts. 1 J. CALLAHAN -- HAKUR OP PINE- - ABOUT KID GLOVES. The last two weeks of bright spring weather have brought out the shoppers in full force, and the stores are crowded with customers. The array of spring goods is so bewildering that it is hard to make a choice. But let the procrasti-nator- s beware. If a selection is not possible, aud time is taken to think the matter over when the choice has been made, the probabilities are that the very thing on which one's heart is set has been taken by some one who has the happy faculty of, knowing at once whether the article will suit or not. In millinery the widest latitude is given in both the style of trimming and the colors, though in the latter purple in all its various shades, from faintest lavender to darkest heliotrope, seems to reign. Aud to what a height the manufacturers have brought the art of making flowers. Take one of those beautiful d pansies, for instance. The first inclination is to raise it to the nostrils to inhale its fragrance. But on closer examination one can see it is only a perfect imitation of a beautiful flower. dark-shade- V The long skirts which are now worn are voted a nuisance for street wear. Even if not made with a demi-trai- u they touch the ground, and as a consequence one hand has to be used coustantlyin keep ing it clear of the mud and dust. Many do not seem to mind the constant wear on the bottom which, after one or two wearings, produce fringed edges, but the laws of hygiene and cleanliness clamor against sweeping the streets in this manner. But few women know how to hold their skirts gracefully. Most of them pull it so far to one side as to make them selves almost ridiculous. If caught right in the center of the back about six inches below the belt and quietly raised two or three inches the effect is right and the end desired is also reached. Miss Gossip. BRECKINRIDGE CASTLEMAN. This week we take pleasure in announcing Mr. Breckinridge Castleman as a Legislative candidate from the Forty- eighth district, Sixth and Seventh wards, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Mr. Castleman is n son of Gen. John B. Castleman. He is a young man of fine business qualifications and is an orator of marked ability, as well as a logical reasoner. He is in every was well qualified for the positjon. STRAY TH0U0HTS. Every mother has the best boy; the worst boy invariably belongs next door. That onions, garlic, leeks, olives and SILVER JUBILEE. shallots stimulate the circulation, increase the saliva nnd gastric juice and There will be an important meeting promote digestion. Sunday afternoon nt Hibernian Hall of That a small ninch of carbonate of soda the committee having in charge the ar in the water preserves the color of vege- rangements for the silver jubilee cele tables and lessens the' unpleasant odor of bration of Division I of the Ancient cabbage aud onions when cooking. Order of Hibernians. The jubilee will Robert J, Beatty, who took a promiplace at Riverside Park on Monday, take June 5, and will be one of the important nent part In the Homestead strike, and events ot lite season, ine committeemen was imprisoned there some years ago, are urged to be present. was in the city this week He is now in Peruana some wealthy men are chronic the Government service, and appears kickers because they are well heeled. hale aud hearty,. Economy in small things is often overlooked, and if only more consid eration were given to this subject quite a considerable sum of money might be The careless manner saved annually. in which a very large number of ladies treat their gloves is an instance m point, and perhaps the following hints may serve to show hew the reasonable care of kid gloves would result in a reduction of expenditure: In the first place, it may be pointed out that rough handling is especially disastrous to kid gloves, and it very often happens that a new pair are split and ruiucd by jerking them on in a careless fashion. Always put on a new pair of kid gloves for the first time long enough before they are worn to allow of due de liberation in the task. When a pair of fine gloves are bought the purchaser should insist that they be fitted on in the shop; then if there are any flaws they will be detected before the gloves are paid for and taken away. Cheap gloves are generally risky in vestments, but some of the best shops keep a fairly good line of gloves at low prices, which are worth buying for common wear. If strong and well made they will serve for shopping and morning walks, or bad weather. In putting on a glove be careful to get each finger straight. Coax each one on by rubbing gently with the thumb and first finger until the fingers are down to the very ends. In taking the gloves off turn the wrist over the fingers and take hold of the ends of the fingers through the wrist. It wears a glove out badly to pull it off by catching hold of the finger tips. Pnll the glove iuto shape and lay it aside carefully. Silk should be kept to match each shade and gloves should be mended as soon as a break appears, for the old proverb, "A stitch in time saves nine," is especially appropriate to these articles of attire. Glove mending is delicate work, which requires both skill and dexterity, and when well done pays admirably for the pains taken. Glove powder should form one of the adjuncts to every toilet table, and a pretty glove stretcher another. French women set a good example, and have made quite an art of putting on gloves, and this is why a Parisienne's gloves last her four times as long as any body else's. Buttoning gloves should never be done, in a hurry. The wrist should be carefully aud gently pulled straight, and the buttons insinuated gently into the holes. Use a glove buttoner always; it ruins both the button hole and the finger tips to button them without. After purchasing a new pair of gloves IB ill! PRESTON AND MARKET. Boots and Shoes 1708 Seventh Street, Work Guaranteed and Repairing Neatly Done. always sew the buttons on before wear ing them. The annoyance of having the buttons drop of! will then be avoided. Woman's Life. HOTEL CAFE MEhM AND RESTAURANT, M.J. SWEENY, PROP. Private Dining Rooms. Open Day and Night. Best of Wines and Cigars. THE BRYAN DINNER, A 221 THIRD AVE. Dollar a Plate Will Be the TKLKPHONK GOS. Bill Size of ODORLESS VAULT GLEANING, Fare. of It-Si- mple Telephones 1097-182- 0. When William Jennings Bryan heads DRY WELL ninaiNO. Orders by mall will this way to attend the convention of the receive prompt attention. Bimetallic League he will be tendered an ovation that will be equal to any that has been given in the country. Arrangements DIRECTORY have been perfected to give the dinner in the pavilion at Fountain Ferry Park, under the supervision of Mr. Toney O. The bill of fare will be simple; DIVISION 1 no wines will be served and everything Meets on the Second and Fourth Tueswill be conducted strictly on Jeffersonian day Evenings of Each Month. lines. It is thought the dinner will be President Edward Clancy. 31 or June 1 or 2. given either on May Vice President Thomas Dolan. The exact time can not be announced Recording Secretary h. D. Perranda. is heard from. until Mr. Bryan Financial Secretary Peter Cusick, l.12 Twentieth street. MY LADY'S HAIR. Treasurer John Mulloy. Talking the other day of the characterDIVISION 2 istics of women and about their capaci- Meets on the Second and Fourth Thurs ties of neatness and order a friend made day Evenings of Each Month. this assertion: "Show me a woman's President William T. Median. n Vice President Thomas Camfield. head," she said, parodying a Recording Secretary J. Charles Obst. saying, "and I will tell you what she is Financial Secretary John T. Keaney, like." At first this seemed a daring 1335 Rogers street. -statement, but when I came to consider Treasurer Owen Keiren. wisthe matter I saw there was much dom in my friend's remarks. A woman DIVISION 3 with a neatly dressed, carefully arranged Meets on the First nnd Third Wednesday head will be neat in all things; moreover, Evenings af Each Month. the way that her hair is done shows President Joseph P. Taylor. Vice PresidentPhil Cavanaugh. whether she is careful as to her personal Recording Secretary JohnCavanaugh. Of course she may arrange adornment. Financial Secretary N. T. Sheriilnn. it as she likes, according to the prevail 2018 kytle street. ing fashion, and at the moment, fortuate-l- y Treasurer George J. Ilutler. for us all, there are two distinct fashions, each decidedly modish. French DIVISION 4 women adhere still with great affection Meets on the Second and Fouth Wednes day Jivenings of Each Month. to the small knot of hair on the very top President John II. Hennessy. of the head, The loose hair all round Vice President Thomas Lynch. ' the nape of the neck is no longer seen; it Recording Secretary Thomas J. Kelly. carefully waved and drawn up neatly is Financial Secretary Oeorir( TfintilfT to the top of the head. In the front the 120 East Gray street. hair is gently waved and brushed off the .treasurer Harry Brady. face, n few tiny curls being visible on the DIVISION 0 temples, and sometimes a solitary one down the center of the forehead. The Meets on the First and. Third Tuesday . .. -. evenings 01 rvacn MOtitU. arrangement of these, of course, must be President William J. McCarthy. made to suit the individual wearer. The Vice President John J. I,annaii. way some people have of totaling their Recording Secretary J. E. Yenner. uair anu maKing it uiipear us ii u were Financial Secretary D. T. TiWm.v never combed is entirely to be deprecated; it is not in good taste, nor can it he 1328 Grayson street. treasurer Ueorge A. Daniel, called anything but slovenly. h. A. II. well-know- 1 ioaisriMJOis:Y irish American. LABOR WORLD Notes and Gossip of the Week From All Parts of the d How IRELAND. Record of Are Your the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges. Teeth? If they need attention there is no better place to have them fixed than at the I 6. Louisville Dental Parlors 544 FOURTH ST., Right Next to Avenue Theater. Itl3IUI3iIliI3U THE PLACE:- 9 II- - , Their prices are the lowest, work the best, and all guaranteed. They will treat yon right. Louisville Dental Parlors,' m n7si FOURTH ST. ' an In Dingle Mr. Galvin, a Nationalist, headed the poll. All the successful candidates in County Sligo arc Nationalists. In Clonmel the two labor candidates were badly beaten by William Dwyer. In Clonmel there are now many changes, so far as the Division Council is concerned. P. A. McHugh, Mayor of Sligo, was elected to the County Council by an overwhelming majority. George Townsend Cordangan, agent of Mr. Smith, headed the poll in the Tippe-rar- y Rural Division. Col. Nolan, of Parliament for North Galwav, was returned as a County Councillor for the Division of Tuam. It is rumored that the Lough Fergus, which has apparently come to stay in the sands outside Killiuey beach, is to be sold to a local company. Joseph Ernest Grubb, In Carrick-on-Sua Protestant home ruler and a large employer, beat R. D. Feehan, one of the recently appointed Justices of the Peace. In every case in Clare the popular labor vote has been successful, while politics seem to have been less in evi dence than one would at first sight fancy. In Clara, King's county, P. J. White, a n Nationalist, was returned at the head of the poll, and D. Kane, another very popular Nationalist, was also er ir well-know- returned. 5 US Gran W.Smith's Sons Funeral Directors And Embalmers.. S. E. I I 1 MISS KATE SMITH, Lady Assistant and Embalmer. jtjj Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice. jjjj COll. EIGHTH AND JEFFERSON STS. TELEPHONE 810. i Muidoon Monument Gompanu DESIGNERS m as E SB AMD BUILDERS OF AND SCOTCH GRANITE Hi ITALIAN MARBLE, AMERICAN S mi ITonuments. Artistic Work Onlj Solicited. Workshops and Studios, Carrara, Italy. mi $ j J WAREROOMS, 322 to 328 WEST GREEN STREET, SlllSlllII3SSEll21I3SSBnEl21SilS 0 PARADISE 0 g 0 SAMPLE ROOM Good Liquors a Specialty. M. Fifteen Ball Pool. JJ J. HICKEY, PROPRIETOR. 248 West Jefferson Street. 0 0 0 Telephone 384. 0 00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 JOIirC 13. PRANK. CIay5treet Brewery, S12 Telephone 209-2. and S14 CLAY STREET. LOUISVILLE, KY. HENRY C. LAUER, rnv nun nnnnniim M MRU 42S-43- 0 DUfUOilH East Jefferson St. ISleotrio Horwo 01i.rriii5;, il.;50 Per Heaa. Horses and Vehicles to hire at all hours, at reasonable rates. TELEPHONE I140. .J EMBLEM CONTEST ! Who Is the Most Popular Hibernian? Two handsome Emblems of the Ancient Order of f1if TTtif nolrtr Tfioli will Tip niunvApA American to the members receiving" the highest num- ber of votes, these coupons only to be used for ballots. $ f? t ) .T. . Ma 4$ 'I r ' Record the Candidate ou the " ' Division on the Second, "ir Q 1 Firsttee, s, Parrell McDonnell, well known to in whose midst he resided for a long time, was returned at the head of the poll as District Councillor of Ader-gool- e, County Galway. The two Nationalist newspapers in Cork, the Daily Herald and the Examiner, discussing the unity conference in Dublin, adopt a tone of exceeding mildness toward the Parnellite party. While returning from the elections on the Island of Arranmore to the Donegal mainland a boat which contained four fishermen capsized, and two young men named Honor and Ward were drowned. Capt. II. Villiers Stuart and Capt. Coghlan were the only Unionists elected Both of these were refor Waterford. turned by large majorities. It is almost certain that there will be but five Unionists on Waterford County Council. The Hon. Mrs. De La Poer, Gurteen, sister to the present Lord Emly, was elected one of the Guardians of Kisheelau, Union Miss Reand in Carrick-on-Subecca Grubb, an exceedingly energetic and philanthropic lady, headed the poll for the town division. The House of Commons on April 12, by a vote of 107 to 09, rejected the bill introduced by William O'Malley, member for the Connemnra division of Galway, providing for the compulsory reinstatement of Irish tenants evicted since 1879. The six candidates who were declared elected in County Leitrim were nominated by the Nationalists as follows: T. McDermott, John Mclaughlin, Patrick Heslin, Patrick Dolan, Patrick The majorities P. Faughnan. were mainly substantial. All the members elected in Tipperary are popular candidates. In some divisions Unionists sought election, but were badly beaten, notably Randall Moore, son of the late Stephen Moore, of Barne, who represented Clonmel in the old days, when the town was a Parliamentary borough. In the contests for Poor Law Guardians in Newry the Catholics were extremely successful. In one ward three Catholics were returned unopposed, and in the North ward, in which a Catholic never sat before, Mr. Francis Rooney, a Catholic, was one of those returned, being second on the list. Among the Guardians returned in Kerry was E. Harrington, who was supported by all classes. McDonagh Mahony, County Councillor, was returned also as District Councillor for Castlequiu division, in which he resides. His election was very popular; though a Justice of the Peace and landlord, he has always been a strong Nationalist. Now that the elections held under the local government act are over the workers of Ireland are entitled to be congratulated upon the fairly large number of repre sentatives they returned as Borough Councillors, Urban Councillors and Poor In several of the Irish Law Guardians. cities and large towns they have done remarkably well. On the Carlow County Council there will be one elected Unionist, Walter Kavanagh, who despite his policy is rather a popular candidate. Mr. Kavanagh had probably announced his sympathy with the claim of Catholic Ireland, and the Nationalists of Borrjs responded by electing him by two to one over one professing their own principles. Mr. Patrick Mulcahy, of Waterford has been appointed of Thurles. Mr. Mulcahy had been for many years connected with the Waterford postal service, and was equally distinguished for courtesy and ability. The people of Thurles are to be cougratulrted. The people of Waterford regret bis departure, and heartily wish him health and happiness in his new sphere of duty. The Lee Fishery Conservators were represented on a deputation representing the Irish Fishery Conference that waited on the Lord Lieutenant at Dublin Cattle on April 21. A number of very important points were advocated that those interested in the Irish Fisheries generally will understand. The establishment of fish hatcheries, at the expense of the State, such as exist in the United States and British America, were advocated, The funds are needed for scientific re search into the habits of salmon, and the Government were aiked to direct th Dub-linerir Mc-ManPost-office, constabulary and coastguards to give active assistance in enforcing the law. At present the employes of the conservators are forced almost entirely to grapple single-handewith poachers, and it is contended that if the coastguards were effective for the purpose malpractices, at least in tidal waters, would cease. While five men were engaged at the Wellington mill, Preston, removing some rubbish from a boiler house the cotton room above collapsed and fell upon the workers underneath. Three of the men managed to make good their escape, but two named John Clark and Patrick McLaughlin were buried under tons of brick, machinery and rubbish. A boiler had been previously taken out, preparatory to being replaced by another, and it is believed this affected the stability of the structure. A suggestion that has been received with favor, and is likely to be acted on, has been proposed through the press by Sir Thomas Henry Grattan Esmonde, senior whip of the party and member of Parliament for the West Division of Kerry. It is the effect that each of the Irish Councils at their first meeting appoint two delegates to meet in Dublin for the purpose of considering matters of national interest and thus form a "people's parliament." Gen. Dunham Massy, of "Redan" fame, scored a telling victory in and there is almost a certainty of his being Chairman of the Council. The General, who is High Sheriff of Tipperary this year, was also elected in the Tipperary Rural District Council for Rathlynin electoral division. The constitution of the Tipperary Board has undergone a very great change, Michael Dalton, late Chairman; John Cullinaue, Bansha and other old Guardians .being defeated. The Rathdown Board of Guardians held a meeting previous to entering on tfleir new existence under the local government act. Many of the old guardians have gone to return no more, but whatever their actions in other directions may be, it must be said that they have left the union in a sound financial condition. Lord Powerscourt in replying to a vote of thanks said that if elected to the chair again he would try and deal fairly with the board. One old gentleman named Quigley, who has been for a considerable period a member of the board, and who is stated to be considerably over ninety years of age, will not return. The net effect of the County Council elections is the practical disappearance of the Unionist party as far as local administration in all save a few of the counties and towns of Ireland is concerned. Here and there a Unionist was elected, as in the case of Lord Frederick Fitzgerald in Kildare, Lord Castlerosse in Kerry, and a few candidates of the old grand jury class in Westmeath, Waterford, Wicklow and other counties. But outside of Ulster "the Nationalists have a sweeping majority on all the new County Boards. In Dublin County, where it was thought possible that they might get half the scats, the Unionists only secured six, the most notable results being the victory of a Nationalist in Kingstown, where the return of the Unionist candidate, Mr. Findlater, was generally anticipated, and of a Unionist in Lucan, where the Nationalists have a majority. The elections for Urban Guardians are chiefly remarkable for the addition to the Poor-laBoards of a number of lady guardians. With the last meetings of the old boards valedictory addresses were delivered as the members took farewell of the public they had served faithfully orother-wis- e. Let it be said faithfully, and so welcome the coming, speed the going guest. One public board among the many deserved all the nice things said about it and its officials. The Cork District Lunatie Asylum, the work of which increased enormously in recent years, as lunacy unfortunately increased umong the people, has been one of the best managed among local institutions. A spirit of moderation and harmony prevailed at all times among the members, which made the work of administration all the easier and tended to the advantage of the afflicted patients committed to their care. All the kind words said about the Chairman, Mr. J. W. Clery, were thoroughly well deserved. Since he succeeded the late Mr. Isaac Morgan he has carried himself with dignity and zeal, and retires from office full of the honor richly won. te Bally-kisteen, w RACES! RACES! ' Derby Day, May 4 Fifteen Days of Great Racing. NEW LOUISVILLLE JOCKEY Country. Send local labor news for this column. There are ninety-twmembers in the Union Printers' Home. The Chicago plumbers won their strike for an advance of wages. A typographical union has been organ ized in Canton, 111., and a charter applied o for.- - The Trainmens' Union, Springfield, members III., recently added twenty-fiv- e to the roll. The Evansville painters have been granted a nine-hou- r da' at twenty-fiv- e cents per hour. The eighth annual convention of International Association of Machinists meets in Builalo next Monday. The new management of the St. Paul Globe have signed an agreement with the Typographical Union to unionize all departments. Frank A. Kennedy, a prominent member of Typographical Union No. 190, has been appointed Fire and Police Commissioner of Omaha. President McGill, of Central Labor Union, left for Washington last Tuesday, to confer with officers of American Federation on labor matters. During March charters have been issued to steam engineers' unions in NeA' York City, Pueblo, Springfield, 111., Sioux City and a second one to Chicago. The Drew labor bill is now a law in Illinois. It is intended to prevent the bringing of laborers under arms or armed guards into the State in case of lockout and strike. The San Francisco Typographical Union won its fight to have the allied label on the county work. The Supervisors passed the resolution requiring the label by a vote of eight to four. The St. Louis union of steam engineers has secured an agreement with the Anheuser-Busch Brewing Company by which they will pay fi) a day for ten hours and fifty cents an hour for over time. Organizer M. T. Burton, of the Eighth district, has succeeded in adjusting the differences concerning apprentices between proprietors and the Birmingham (Ala.) Typographical Union, and all is now serene. The Bootblacks' Union are to be congratulated on their first victory. With the aid of Mr. Peetz and the Central Labor Union committee they have induced shoe dealers to discontinue the 6LUB Dolph Mathey's Cafe. Dolph Mathey has issued Cards of Invitation to be present at the Opening of His New Cafe, 244 Fourth Ave., TUESDAY. DON'T MISS IT. . FINE BRANDS OF CIGARS AHD OLD WHISKIES, I 5 WATHEN, Tim- - I MAN S ICE CREAM, 0 0 H BAKER AND BUTTER 629 EIGHTH STREET. . $1.00 Euchre Cream, per gal Bricks, four flavors, per gal fl.00 0")C Vanilla and Lemon, per gal Sherbets, per gal Sweet and Buttermilk. Butterine 12c, 10c, 17c and 20c Butter, our own make, with or without salt, 22c to 2.'ic 0 0 0 V 0 2 0 0 0 Telephone Sl-JU- t 00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 or GS. 2 0 DANIEL DOUGHERTY. THOMAS KEEN. AN. "9 Dougherty TIIvISl?' II Keenan 1S-3EO-1- UNDERTAKERS, TEMPLE THEATER. Beginning Monday, May 1, "A Gilded Fool" will be presented at the Temple Theater. The story is that of a young man who has fallen heir to a fortune, spends it lavishly, and who is induced to ente a firm of New York bankers and brokers, the senior member of which is the father of the girl he loves; the junior member being a scoundrel, runs the firm almost into bankruptcy, when his schemes are discovered and laid bare by the new comer of the firm. The comedy is most delightful. The first act shows the gilded fool, Chancey Short, endeavoring to complete his toilet before breakfast after a terrible night out with the boys. Mr. Nat Goodwin made a success of the play by enacting this part, and it is said to have been one of his best presentations. This is the final week at the Temple, and this play has been selected to make the closing scenes a magnificent success. COFFEESOCIAL. The ladies and gentlemen comprising the Charity Club announce another of their coffee socials for Monday and Tuesday evenings, from 4 to 11 o'clock, at the residence of Mr. John Broderick, 434 nOONLlOHT EXCURSION. East Main street. This club is one of the most popular in the East End, and its Society has issued The guests are sure to have an enjovable time. tickets for its second annual moonlight The proceeds will be devoted (o a worthy excursion, which" will take place on Fricause. day evening, June 9. The Columbia has The United Brotherhood of Carpenters been chartered, and Scally's union band e and Joiners will give their first annual will furnish the dancing music. A wheel will be presented to each excursion to Fern Grove on Sunday. June- - 4. The Columbia will make two lady selling $0 worth of tickets. They cents each, and this trips, one in the morning and the other are only twenty-fiv1:30 o'clock. Prof. Scally will furnish opportunity should be. taken advantage at of- by thejjirls.' 'the lnueic. Irish-Americ- 1229 West Market Street, Bet. Twelfth and Thirteenth The International Association of MaO :VI3 Progressive Engineers' chinists, the Union and the Steam Fitters' Protective All Calls Promptly Attended to, Day or Night. CarAssociation, of Chicago, have entered riages Furnished for All Occasions. into an agreement for their mutual benefit and protection. There are 200 unions in the I. T. U., who gained the shorter work day, affectothers took ing 27,925 men; seventy-on- e failed to report. no action and sixty-eigh- t Twenty-seve- n unions have been organized since November. There is a local union of steam engineers in New York City affiliated with INCORPORATED. the Allied Printing Trades which has about 200 members, and they desire a charter from the International Union of Steam Engineers.which will be granted. The Machinists' Union, of Cincinnati, is making arrangements for establishing central headquarters, with library, reading and bath rooms attached. It is also the intention to have regular lecture courses on technical subjects and matters pertaining to the trade. For years the musicians' local unions in Chicago were contending against each other, results of which kept the labor movement in a constant turmoil and even threatened a large division in the ranks. Various attempts at unity were made, but each of them was temporary and failed. By determined and concentrated effort of Vice Presidents Kidd and For dances, receptions and euchre parties. This is one of O'Connell, President Owen Miller, of the the finest halls in Louisville, with a splendid dancing floor, American Federation of Musicians, and toilet rooms and all conveniences. Terms reasonable. For Federathe President of the American tion of Labor, amalgamation has at last further particulars call ou William Norton & Son, northeast been accomplished, and brings together corner Ninth and Broadway. more than 1,400 musicians into a comaggressive and broad prehensive, union. It will bring greater peace and success to the general labor movement of Chicago and the country, and give an impetus to the organization of every musician of the United States under the banner of the American Federation of St. Catherine. Musicians. Chattanooga Typographical Union is engaged in a "ruction" with the Printing Company, a nonunion concern. That they are active and happy is indicated by the following from Frank Fehr's Beer always on tap. Special attention paid to the Enquirer: "That smoker to be given orders for family use. by the Typographical Union will be a hummer. Every union man and every n man in the city is invited to be present. The place is G. A. R. Hall, The time 2 on West Eighth street. o'clock Sunday afternoon, April 10. An GO attractive programme has been prepared, ITALIAN-SWIS- S introducing many new features, one of t,he most attractive of which will be the 219-22- 7 great graphophone grand, the use of which is generously donated by Mr. F. M. Catron. A competent operator will It be in charge and a treat is promised. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN gives all the latest songs, band music and recitations. Blue label cigars in profusion will oe furnished, and if you don't have a good time you had better see a doctor. Come out." "free shine." IN mainsTreeT brewery I Ill) LAGER BEER AND PORTER IT'S PURE. NINTH HMD BROHDWHY, LOUISVILLE, KY. RENT NORTON HALL 1 Seventh and Cran-dall-Bra- dt Wines, Liquors, Cigars. f4ot Luineh ft non-unio- Day and flight. COLONY WINE West Jefferson Street. WHALLEN BROTHERS, alOO. Proprs., telepbone LIQUORS OF HLL KINDS, JOHN F. 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