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BU8INE8S HEN la seed of ocmpctent Book-kecve- SUnog ropieri, Bill or Shipping Olerki, or ny other office help, eta ba supplied without charge to em plojer or employe, by writing or telephoning to the BRYANT & COL BUSINESS 8TKATTON LEQE, Third and Jefferson Bts. Kentucky Irish American. LOUISVILLE: SATURDAY, MAY, 20JJ899. -- LACE CURTAIN LAUNDRY, lead and never follow. Our work In laundering lace curtains at 20c a pair gives entire satisfaction. Work called for and delivered. First-clas- s serlce. MAD. DAOEY, 625 Sec ond St. Telephone 2631. We VOLUME II. NO. 20. pectedsoon, as they left Paris on February 24. The French Ambassador, Viscount Chateaubriand, has informed the College of Cardinals that his master, the King of France, advises tliim to delay the election until the French Cardinals arrive. The Romans felt satisfied this morning that the new Pope was elected in the person of Cardinal de Gregorio. On the ftitnor n great crowd went to Montccavnllo. I went, too, but we saw the clouds of smoke rise, nnd our hopes were shattered." This reference to smoke relates to the custom of burning the ballots when a vote has been taken without result. "All about the conclave is dark and uncertain," the student wrote on March 13. "Each one wants to elect that Cardinal most pleasing to him and from whom he can expect most as Pope. On this account they would have, as many Popes as there are Cardinals. Cardinal de Gregorio is certainly as we say here papabile, worthy to be elected Pope. It seems probable that he will be elected Pope. This is the rumor current in Rome, at least. Hut, be it as it may, the hope here is general that we soon have a Pope. "Yesterday the French Cardinals Latil, Isoard and the ninety-year-ol- d Tirrne entered the conclave. Although none of these except Isoard is well known, a large crowd assembled to see their entry. The tiny before yesterday Cardinal de la Fare arrived. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday the delegates from Austria, France nnd the Netherlands were received. They came to the conclave in great pomp to present their commissions. "It is rep .rted that Cardinal Odescalchi controls the Austrian legates, but nevertheless Cardinals Macchi and Odescalchi can not gain any other votes in the conclave servants, secretaries, etc. , of the Cardinals have been expelled fronj the building. , 'The city is full of rumors as to the conclave," young Pecci wrote on March 20. "It is reported that Pacca has no longer a following in the conclave. De Gregorio has good prospects; a large number of the Cnrdiunls vote for him and no other. Cardinal Albani and his followers are' fighting for Castiglione. Cardinals Ciistaldi and Cappellari are constantly gaining votes, nnd it is reported that 'Cardinal Tirrao has informed the College of Cardinals that the King of Naples will not recognize De Gregorio if elected. "All of this is mere rumor, and if I wished to report all that are flying I should never stop. Some hold that a Pope will be elected in a few days, months, even a yearjiwill-'pasbefore any one is elected. One says the Cardinals are fightinglike mad, another that the most beautiful harmony rules hi their meeting. I will tell yon of the outcome as soon as it is announced." ' On April 2, 1821), he writes: "At last, God be praised! we have a new Pope, a new Bishop of Rome! He is Cardinal i, Franciscus Xaverius Castiglione de years old. At about sixty-eiglast the task of electing a Pope has been accomplished!- - We are under the rule of another Pius, after an interval of five years. "No one deemed it possible that Tues day, March 31, would bring about-suca conclusion. On Sunday, March 29, it began to rain in torrents, and continued all day Monday. Tuesday it rained so hard that the streets looked like seas. It is not surprising that the Tiber has almost overflowed its banks. How could we expect a new Pope in such weather? Yet the Pope has been elected. About noon (12:30) repeated salutes of artillery from the Castle of St. Angela announced g the news. Notwithstanding the rain a great crowd hastened to Moutecavallo in front of the Quirinal to hear the announcement, which was made by Caruiual Albani as first deacon, surrounded by four of the Cardinals. "The new Pope, contrary to the usual custom, did not go to the Basilica of the Vatican on that day. He waited until yesterday morning; so as to make his entry in greater state and ceremony. According to ancient custom, he was in a carriage, and Caidiuals Delia Somaglia and Galeffi sat with him. The people in the streets received him with tumultuous enthusiasm. 'When he reached St. Peter's he was carried in a senan chair into the chapel of the Holy Sacrament; thence he talked to the high altar before the confession of St. Peter. There he sat down and permitted all the Cardinals to kiss his feet and his knee, when he embraced them and gave them the 'kiss of peace.' After this he returned to the Quirinal for the present. The bearer of the cross, who rode in front of the Pope on a white ass, was you wruld never guess it my old teacher of mathematics, Don Bizari de Palaluo, a great friend of Castiglioni. "Let me tell you, too, that the new Pope, in. recognition of Cardinal Albani's services in electing- - him, has appointed him State Secretary. Cardinal de Gregorio, who so' nearly grasped the Papal crown, becomes Bishop of Tusculum, where Castiglione formerly held the bishopric. "I am anxious lo hear what you and ray father think of. this choice, for I know he wanted Gregorio elected. Here, as is always the case, of the people vary, mis rope pleases some and displeases others. The politicians are sad, for they doubt whether there will be-- good organization of the States of the church. The scholars, on the other hand, praise the wisdom and learn ing of this Pope. The lower classes re joice, ,aud in their wild, foolish way dream of good fortune that does not seem probable. In general the new Pope U s Cin-golht down-pourins a i : s PRICE FIVE CENTS Funston clambered down into it the other filibusters decided that landing place did not suit. It suited Funston, for he went ashore alone and made his way to Garcia's headquarters, where he was a given a commission in the mambi army. He served with the mambises for eighteen months. He was wounded by a Mauser ball, which pierced his breast. He recovered from the wound and was again seriously hurt' by having his horse fall on him. He was captured by the Spaniards as he was leaving the insurgents. He threw away his insurgent passport and declared him self a pacifico. The Spaniards detained him iu camp a few days and sent him to Havana, where he was enabled to find a ship for the United States. On his return to Kansas again he be came a lecturer. His adventures iu Cuba were the theme of his second lecture. His efforts to find success this time were Everybody was talking of successful. Cuba when he began this lecture tour. His adventures were of such a picturesque character and his information was so full, and all of it got at firsthand, that he was flooded with offers of engagei'iients. He was receiving $100 for each lecture.. While reaping profits from his talks came the opportunity for more adventure. War with Spain came on and he was offered a commission as Colonel of a Kansas regiment. Everybody in Iola turned out to see the appearance of Col. Fred Funston in his new uniform the first day he got into it nnd went into town. It was the first time he had ever been in the uniform of a United States soldier. He had never been a member of a militia company. He had often wished to be a soldier, but the opportunity had never come till then. He had studied tactics and he had sought admission to the academy at West Point. When hts father was in Congress n vacan- cy at West Point was to he filled from that district. His father, instead of recommending his son, who was eager for it, had a competitive examination of appli cants to select the one standing highest. Fred I'tinston studied to be ready for the examination, and when the time came he was away ahead of the other candidates for the appointment, but he was so smallthat his average was reduced iu the score, nnd a big, lumbering farm boy from down the creek got the place. At last he was a soldter, and he was showing his friends nt Iola what a volunteer Colonel looked like. He was aware that his small figure was not particularly n muitarv one, and that folks were not likely to be dazzled by his appearance, POPE LEO XII. Particulars of How He Died and Something About Ills Will. PATRICK BANNON. Important Kvcnts i.n the Career of a Very ' Successful Business Mnu. Itcqiicstcd That No Monument Ho Erected, But Only a Simple Tablet Hearing: the Inscription, "Here Lies Leo XII., the Lcttst Bc(rau Life in Humble Circum stances and Worked His Way to the Front. Identified Witli the Early Manufacturing' Interests of Louisville. of Popes." MEETING OF CONCLAYE OF CARDINALS HIS TRADE EXTENDS TO ALL POINTS. Leo XIII. was in Rome when Leo XII. .died nnd his successor was elected. He was only a student at the time, and his letters to his hrother, John Baptista, giving a full account of these notahle events are of special interest just now, when the world is hearing alarming reports of the health of the present Pope and is talking of the choice of his successor. Oioacchino l'ecci, the present Pope, was then nineteen years old, and a student at the Ecclesiastical College in Rome. His letters written at that time to his brothers, to whom he was deeply attached, hive been preserved and lately published. Under date of February 20, 1829, he wrote to John Baptista: "In my last letter I acquainted you with the fact of the Pope's death, and now let me tell you all the particulars. We in Rome even did not expect his death, for he was ill only five days, dying at 10:60 on the 10th. He had ruled for five years, four months and thirteen davs, teii days longer than Pope Sixtus V." Under date of February 26 he wrote: "llefore I tell you what happened after the Pope's death let ine tell you that he left a remarkable will. He states that no monument must be erected to him, as has been the custom. Heorders that on the proper day his body shall be deposited near the statue of Pius VI., and that a simple stone tablet shall be placed over tt with the inscription, 'Here lies Leo XII., the Least of the Popes;' There is much talk about this inscription in "Rome. " Is there an Irishman or nu Irish- American in Louisviilc who has ever passed down Jefferson street between Fourth anil Fifth who has not noticed daily a coterie of the best Irish- Americans in Louisville. Every day rain or shine, hot weather or cold weather, you will sec them. Mr. John McAteer, Mr. Joseph Nevin, Mr. Barney Campbell, Alderman Patterson, Mr. Charles White, Rev. Father Brady, Mr. James Rogers and a host of others are constant visitors at the office of Mr. Patrick Baunon. It is there, 431 West Jefferson street, that these men go to discuss the latest sensation in local, State or municipal politics. It is there they tell their own troubles and tulk about everything under the sun from the Czar's peace movement to the possibility of Ireland's freedom from England's misrule. Why do they go there? Because Mr. Bannon keeps an open house for ' his friends. He sympathizes with them in sorrow and rejoices when they rejoice. He has a mind of his own, which de spite his years, is as clear as crystal. Mr. Patnck Bannon was born nt a place called Killough in the . County manufacture of vitrified paving bricks on Magnolia avcttue between Niuth and Tenth. Inj this enterprise he formed a stock company called the Ken tucky Vitrified iPaviHg Brick company. Mr. Baunon is president of the company. He and hiij son, Mr. M. J. Bannon, own the controlling stock. They linve invested $ lOO.tJOO in this plant. While Mr. Bannon docs a large business in the manufacture of sewer pipe and paving bricks, j Only five per cent, of the output is soldin Louisville. The other ninety-fiv- e per cent, is sold principally in the south.Uliough n fair proportion goes north of the Ohio river. His vitrified brick has been used in paving several streetsj in Louisville, but more has been used in Nashville, Tenn., Frankfort, Lexington and Lawrenccburg, Ky. Mr. Bannon has always taken an act ive interest in local politics. He never rotes anything except the straight Dem ocratic ticket. He Served several terms as n member of the council and was president of that bbard in 1868. Mr, Bannon has never fo 'gotten Ireland nor Irish affairs. He hai'made two trips to his native land since, he caiie to Louis- ville. At various ti hies lie has lieen a member of the Sol S of Erin, Clan-n- a Gael and other Iri! ti societies, He is always charitable ana has always given handsomely for charitable purposes. In 1800 Mr. Baunon married Miss Louisa Smith, a daughter of Mr. Early Smith, of Jefferson county. Mrs. Ban non died in 1878, lbaving a family of seven children. They were: Mr. M. J. Bannon, Mr. Richard Bannon, Mr. Pat rick Bannon, Jr., antrMrs. John Jacque-minow dead, Mrs.fEd O'Connor, Mrs. Robert, L. Burrell ami Miss Lillie Ban- i inf. i non. AvdU Several years after the death of his first wife Mr. Bannon!married Mrs: Bttsan Brackhei iner. iVl m,V air. uuniiou anti nis lamuv livu In a handsome residence' at 2307 Rowan Bcsfdes tin two corporations street. mentioned above Mr. Bannon owns stock in various other enterprises in the city. Taking him all and rill, he is n man that Kentucky have cause to feel proud of. Although he is now in his seventy fifth year jhe is as active and as attentive to business as a man of fifty. n, 3 FIGHTING 'FUNSTON Hero of the Philippine War, Who Has Earned Fame and Promotion. Has Led nu Adventurous. Life, But Seems to Be a Born Soldier. He Is of Irish Ancestry on Both Sides of tlie House MUGKROSSESTATE Name of tlie Great Commoner to Be Dropped from the List of Irish Landioads. Six Centuries Herbert Played a Part in the History of Kngland. and Proud of It. HE IS NOW A Description of the Beautiful and Picturesque Muclc-ros- s Estate. BRIGADIER GENERAL. j Irish-America- The life. of Fred Funston of the Twentieth Kansas reads like a romance. His daring gallantry in swimming a river in Luzon with his troops earned for him the rank of Brigadier General. Col. John F. Finerty, of the Chicago Citizen, notices the heroic deed, in his paper and says of it: Fred Funston, of Kansas, is perhaps the boldest soldier of the closing lustre of this country. But Lanncs and Ney, of the French army, were equally daring. The former's charge at Areola and the latter's capture of Manheim exactly one hundred years ago were exploits worthy of Spartans. The Kansas troops are not, however, the first who swam rivers to achieve victory. The Irish Brigade won immortal renown by doing the same thing at Cassano, in Italy, while fighting the Austriaus, under Prince Eugene, in 1805. The regiments of Burke and Dillon swam tlie River Adda, tvtng their mus kets on their shoulders; captured an Austrian battery and routed the wing of that army which rested on the river bank. They constituted a portion of the French army under Marshal Due de Vendome, who gave them great praise. "Would you read your name on honor's roll? Look not for royal grant It is written in Cassano, Alcoy and AlicantI Saragossa, Barcelona, wherever dangers You will find in the van the blue and the buff Of the regiment of Burke." -- lurk, r "As soon as the Pope had drawn his last breath in Canierlengo Cardinal Galeffi (the Chamberlain, who rules the church at the head of n council of three Cardinals until the new Pope is elected) began the ceremonies prescribed for the occasion, as follows: He proclaimed the death, broke the fisherman's ring and the seal, and took an escprt from the Swiss guard. I must note, however, that Cardinal Galeffi enjoys the affections of the people, and when he goes on the street they bow lower before him than they ever did before the Pope. If the people had the casting of the votes this Cardinal would be the nextTope. hours after his death "Twenty-fou- r the body of the Pope was embalmed attd brought into the Ststine Chapel. Later the body was taken into the chapel of the Holy Sacrament of St. Peter, where it Was viewed by tremendous crowds of people for three days, and they were even allowed to salute his feet. On Sunday he was at last buried near the ashes of Pius VII. The catafalque on which the body lay was a most wonderful pyramid, and medallions adorned wjth bearing the picture of Leo, the arms of his family," etc. Thirteen "lay3 n"er t,le rope's .death the conclave of cardinals met. "Several days before the meeting of the conclave," the young student wrote, "there were rumors regarding certain 'lodges.' It was said that certain persons who did not like the regime had held meetings. It is certain that Capel-lett- i, who acted as Governor of Rome for the College of Cardinals, gave orders for the arrest of a large number who had tak6n part in the meeting, and "that a hundred daggers were found in a private ' house inhabited by one of the prisoners. The plot was to wait until the Cardinals had met, raise a rebellion in the city and slaughter those iil authority. Hut, thanks be to God, Dominus dissipavit consillia eorum (God has made vain their plans.) "On the day of the conclave the guards to the number of 600 were stationed around the building, while other Constables in citizen's clothes mixed in the crowd. The number of Cardinals who marched to the conclave was thirty-twFive others was. It from fear? went c later.- These were Bernettl, Nnro, Guer- A great Tiera, Rlvarola" and 'Vidoni. crowd had assembled to see them pass an ' hour before sunset. "Already three days have passed since '"the conclave met, and who will be Pope? That is hard to say. How can any man ; ;ttytf Castiglione, Glustinani and especi- Pacca, are named as possible success-.fu- l candidates. The last was only two votes short yesterday at the scrutinium ? (the reading of the votes). "It Is said here that the new Pope will soon be chosen. I trust it will .be for the best interests of the church." When he wrote again on March 1 the future Pope had this to say of the elec- z ''A "tion: "Nothing can yet be stated as to the conclave Every day some new Cardinal comes, entering with great pomp. The day before yesterday Ruffo-Scill- A dike, ami today the Archbishop o May-enc- e. The French Cardinals are ex- bas-relie"f-all- y Finerty may not have known that the Kansas hero comes of tlie fighting tock of the Kellys, Burkes and Sheas. According to a writer iu the Chicago Tribune of last Sunday, he is Irish to the backbone. He says: The grandfather of Gen. Fred' Funston was born in the County Donegal, Ireland, in the year Lot.- WheirtinhprecihgragTfaplq 1800. He was brought by his parents to the United States, who landed in Balti and in more in 1800, and settled in Paris, Ky., 1811 moved to a farm nearSpring- tiela, Ohio. His Christum name was Frederick, and for him the Kansas sol dier was named. He married in 1823 Miss Julia Stafford, who was born in Giles county, Va., but whose parents were natives In 1836 Edward Hogue Funston was born in Clark coun ty, Ohio. He lived on a farm till the beginning of the civil war, when he volunteered and went to war as a Second Lieutenant in a battery of artillery which was commanded by Capt. Anderson Mitchell. Just before the battery went rumbling off to battle the young Lieutenant was married to Miss Anne Eliza Mitchell, a sister of the artillery Captain and a daughter of James Mitchell, a farmer. She, too, was born on a farm in Ohio, in Marion county. Her father was born in Ireland. Her was a sister of Daniel Boone. "It would seem as if Gen. Funston was a fighter by hereditary right," it was suggested. "O, yes," said his father. "He geti hisTighting blood from his mother." "You were a soldier nnd come of the fighting race?" "Yes, but lin mother is Irish, too, with a fighting heritage from Daniel Boone's family. No, he gets his fighting blood from his mother's side." One would never think it to look at the gentle', sweet-facefragile little woman, the mother of the dare-devsoldier of Malolos, that she had bequeathed to him the spirit that prompted him to deeds of fame. She is so small that one is impelled to notice the slightness of her figure when she stands alone. When she stands beside her husband the figures of the two form a striking contrast. He is six feet and two inches in height and weights 225 pounds. The contrast is in more respects striking. She is yielding and timid; he is aggressive nnd a fighter. In appearance and stature, however, Gen. Funston is like his mother. He is not so slight of figure as she, but is n small man. He has her expression of feature and he has hands and feet so small that the girls of Iola always envied him them. "All of Fred's good qualities he got from-hi- s mother," said the elder one as he looked with a look of admiration at the quiet, blushing little woman. Fred Funston became an insurgent in Cuba, leaving New York iu the spring of 1890 for that exciting itinerant work. The first filibustering expedition was being outfitted. The tug Dauntless was the craft that was to carry arms and men in the first expedition from the United States to aid the mambl force of Gen. Garcia. When the Dauntless sailed Fred Funston wasabroati. After cruising about lor several nays a landing place was found, but when k boat was lowered and er il PATRICK BANNON, One of Louisville's most enterprising citizens. Down, Ireland, on July 12, 1824. Although he was born on Orangemen's day, he is a strict member of the Roman Catholic church. At an early age Mr. Baunon was put to the plasterer's trade in his native county, so that in 1819, when he was twenty-fiv- e ycais of age he was a finished plasterer. There was nothing for him in Ireland but a meagre, living, so he came to America and at once set out for Cincinnati. In six months' time he was acknowledged to be the best plasterer in that city and at once went into business on his own hook. At that time plasterers were as scarce as hen's teeth in Louisville. Mr. fame had spread, however, and when the lime came to plaster the Cathedral of the Assumption, in 1850, Mr. Bannon was brought down here to do the work. It was the best piece of work in Louisville, and in 1852, when the Baptists built their church at the corner of Fourth and Walnnt streets, Mr. Bannon was recalled from Cincinnati to do the work.. About that time he made up his mind that it would be cheaper for him to remain in Louisville than to be kept chasing up and down the Ohio river. He accordingly located here. He made money from the start and he saved it. In 1803 he began the manufacture of terra cotta work. The business prospered from the start. It was the first manufacture of the kind in the west or south. In 1808 he undertook the manufacture Of-- sewer pipe. His plant was located on the the lot between Thirteenth and Fourteenth and between Maple and Bcoatlwny. It made money for him from the jump. From the beginning until the preeeut time it was and is the largest manufactory of the kind in the south and one of the largest, in the world. From year to year Mr. Baniiau enlarged his plant and improved his works until at the present tfme he has $17S,000i invested in the' works. Less than ten years ago he. began tlie Ban-non's May he continue to enjoy life, health, peace and prosperity for many years to come. IRISH UNITY, John Dillon Says This Will Be the Result of the Recent Elections. In an interview iu Loudon oh the sweeping Nationalist victory in Ireland, John Dillon gives the following as the ' final result: "The Irish local government elections were fought on strictly political lines, nationality against unionism, with the result that in the three southern provinces the Unionists have been practically obliterated, and in Ulster the Nationalists have a substantial majority of twenty- eight out of thirty-threThe City Councils are entirely iu the hands of the Nationalists, and will be used as weapons to forward the national cause. "In response to appeals from Mr. Davitt, William O'Brien and myself, the Nationalists iu the elections sankall differences among themselves and united against the Unionists, and whatever may be the course adopted by the Irish mem bers of Parliament, I have no doubt a united .Irish national partv will result within the next few months. "Mr. Balfour had been led to hope that the Irish people would accept the local government act as a substitute for home rule, and that the elections would be run on lines. The result, however, has disappointed all of the government's calculations. It has undoubtedly produced a profound effect on public opinion, iu England. "But what I attach the most importance to is that the united action of the Nation alists throughout Ireland at the local elections has made the reconstruction of the united party in Iw.aml possible, and with the assistance of twr people it) tlie United States the home rule movement will be irresistible.-e. " CONTINUKD ON THUD PACK. The students of national nnd fnmilv history will notice with singular interest mat a lamotts name has been dropped out of the list of Irish landlords there will no longer be n Herbert of Muckross. It is said by genealogists that Herbert of Muckross was the greatest commoiipr ti, the three kingdoms. He was the undoubted head of that great house of Herbert, which has for six centuries played such n part in the history of England. To it belong the long line of the Dukes of Somerset, those proud Dukes of Somerset whose vaulting ambition was so iaiai to many of them. The first Duke was that protector to the realm nf FW. land who thought to wear its crown, but pensneti ny ttie axe on Tower Hill. His son suffered a long imprisonment for liU secret marriage with the Princess Cathe rine, tlie graudniece of Henry VIII. His grandson met a similar fate for his secret marriage with the Princess Arabella, the nrst cousin ot James I. The Earls of Pembroke and tlie Earls of of the Herbert blood, as were the extinct Earls of Uierburg. Thouch the Herlier! of Muckross remained coinnmnprs Hipv had mated with the greatest nobility. Tlie present Mr. Herbert's was the daughter of the Inst ni-of Dorset; he is himself the nephew of i,oru aaitsuury ana tlie first cousin of the Balfottrs. But nil this irlorv IS timv r for the estate of Muckross has been sold to the tenants, and in a few days the Mansion House, demesne and Deer park will be put up for sale in the land court. puytvaaUlLpoiid.oLhiwifornu1 TtOWtlHS saleTorMuckross demesne "How uoes it feel to wear a uniform has for tlie Irish public a verv preal ntul like that?'! one friend asked.jjf real interest; To take the lowest irrnnnit "I tlou't know now it feels toothers, not the least valuable asset of Ireland is but I feel awkward in it." her beauty. Of all the beantif.il nnia "Do you feel you can fight iu it?" in this island Killarney is the fairest and "Well, if I can't, I can take it off and the most famous. Everybody who has do some fighting." spent a day at the lakes knows tll.nt tlie He has done some fighting, and is now sheets of water themselv the brightest figure iu the Philippine mountains surrounding them war, and the hero of every engagement property, in part belonging are private to the Ken. around Manila. mare and in part to the Muckross estate. The most beautiful nnd frequented side FROM THE PHILIPPINES, of the lakes belongs to the Muckross estate. The tourist who l7as walke,! nr ridden through the Gap of Dunloe can Charles F. Madden, of New not actually reach the boats to rowof1nw the lakes without paying a toll one Albany, With the Twenty-Secon- d sinning at tne gate of the Muckross estate. The middle lake is almost If nn Nebraska. entirely landlocked by the Muckross estate. 1 He Tore cascade is, we believe, Charles F. Madden, of New Albany, on the Muckross estate. As it is, things now serving in Company G, Twenty-secon- d are bad enough. A toll of a shilling a Nebraska Infantry, in a letter to head is very stiff on some hard working relatives, writes of the situation in the artisan from Cork or Limerick wlm i,B scraped up the money to give himself Philippines: Company G landed in Manila March 1 anu HIS Wlte aild children n and was immediately ordered to the holiday at Killarnev. That beautiful inri front. .The first battle lasted four days, of mountain, the deer forest of Muckross, with a loss of about fifty killed and is strictly preserved and the public rigidly wounded, while the Filipinos numbered excluded from it. But things mav lie verv much worse Everv iuctfof Mm-tr- n Ju their victims by the hundreds. The insurgents are proud, stubborn private property, the public have no rights of way within it: the levvint ami fighters, but the Americans were equal-toccasion. They went on bravely and universal payment of the tax is sufficient the fearlesSly, taking the towns, destroying proot ot tins. It is, therefore, entirely The only open to any man who buvs Mnek rnsQ in them as they passed through. inconvenience we experienced while on shut his gates and exclude the public the march was the intense heat and irom an excess to tne lakes of Killarney scarcity of water, many times being sta- It may be said that this is not likelv. It tioned eight or ten miles from water or is true that it is not likely, but it is en shade and then the sufferings were almost tirely possible. There have been lenty who, like While in the towns our of eccentric gentlemen unbearable. soldiers fared well, and every man acted "Vathek," Beckford and the late Duke as his own cook. Their bill of fare con- of Portland, absobutely excluded the sisted of pigs, chickens and ducks, which public from all ingress to their demesnes. It is bad enough to have in were killed and eaten' by the thousands. Company G fought four long battles, pay a shilling to get on the lakes of but it would be a great deal worse the last one of which occupied ten days, during which time they succeeded in if the gate was altogether shut against taking the stronghold, Our loss, as the people. Muckross house and Demesne can be usual, was slighttwenty men killed and forty wounded while that of the Filipi- obtained on very reasonable terms. The nos at this time numbered atxntt two sum of 30.000 has been mentioned in hundred. A very sickening scene was connection with some negotiations for presented by the many bodies lying private sale. In any other country iu the world the State would interfere and purabout and bursting in the sun. chase Muckross as a national park. Iu The Catholic churches are numerous in the Philippines. The exterior of the any other country iu the world the State buildings have the appearance of old representing the people would instantly mills, but on entering one is struck by take this opportunity of rescuing the the beauty and grandeur pf the interior, lakes of Killarney from being the propthe costly altars, statues and large pipe erty of n private gentleman and the aporgans, many of them surpassing those panage of n private demesne. In America the State has with characteristic magnifi in the United States. ' The insurgents took refuge iu some of cence Dougnt up vast territories contain the churches and opened fire 'on the ing thousands of square miles, and dedi In Americans from within, but the heavy cated them forever to the public. artillery of the latter demolished the most European States interesting buildbuildings and all their contents. When ings or places pt beauty have been In United States volunteers enter, a town purchased as national property. they take everything they can lay. their Switzerland the vast area of mountain hands on and carry it away in wagon-load- j and picturesque valley is as free to all but the regulars have not the time comers as the mountain air. In Loudon thousands are lavis!ied.,on the parks. We or the opportunity of taking anything, Company G is now stationed at Manila. j are always told that consistency with the to await further orders. The members maintenance oi uie union the British d are all in good health, and to use their Government was ready to do all for that would have been done bytan own words, "Would rather' be out fighting, as they like to hear the guns firing." (CO.WNUSB OKSHCOND PAG.) t) ' m-pKil-lameIre-lan- KGJSCTJOKCY KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. WILLIAM IRISH -- JfcI3BRIO-AJNr, their marriage, which will be solemnized DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY, JUNE 12. by Rev. Father York at St. Paul's church on June 1. The bride-eleis one of the IMIHHIf MIIMHHtlttltIM most popular and winsome young ladies in the East End, the daughter of Charles Devoted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans. J. Obst and the sister of J. Charles Obst. Mr. Campbell is the Captain of the No. M. HIGGirCS, CANDIDATK VOR 14 engine company, and no man iu the fire department has made more friends S1N0LE COPY, sc. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. during his five years' connection with it than the happy groom-elec- t. They will Matter. flittered nt tlio Loulsvlllo Pontoffico ns Sccond-CIogfeel proud of his achievement. The boys have the best wishes of a circle of relawill be named William Patterson and tives and acquaintances. Addiev.mil Caxmanlcallonstothe KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, 326 West Qrecn Street. Subject to the action of the Democratic party. John Joseph Mellet, the former after the The marriage of Mr. John Mullen and Alderman, and the latter the lately deceased brother of the happy Miss Mary Cumnnngs, of Jeffersonville ) CPU NCI LQ djTRADES ( $ was solemnized Tuesday morning at St, father. The mother and boys are doing Augustine's church. Rev. Father Clark Miss Nell Buckley is visiting friends as well as could be wished. officiating. The gi 00111 is a popular in Frankfort. SATURDAY, MAY 20, tSgo. IS A CANDIDATE FOR Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Eagle, of the Mef-fe- young saloonkeeper of the West End LOUISVILLE, KY.,. Stock Company, have been spending and the bride is a daughter of Mr. James T. P. Carroll has been enjoying a seathe last week at West Baden. They will Cumnnngs, of 621 Ohio avenue. A re the American colonies in 1775. son of rest at West Baden Springs. TO REDUCE REPRESENTATION, return to the city in time to take part in ception was held after the services at the Subject to the action of the Democratic primary, June 12. The Queen's recommendation is in Miss Ettie Fitzgibbons, New Albany, the benefit to be given in behalf of Miss home of the bride's father, for which I 300 invitations had been issued. This has returned from Bedford. Anna McGregor. It is reported that the Queen's substance the application of the DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY, JUNE 12. was one of the most popular of this sea n brewer, Frank Senu, the speech to the British Parliament, same injustice to the people of IreThe engagement of Miss Georgie M. son's weddings, and the happy coupl on the reassembling of that body, land, parts of Scotland and Eng- spent several days at West Baden last Payne and Mr. Fred M. Hopkins is an- were the recipients of many handsome week. is the beauti- presents. nounced. The bride-elewill recommend a bill for the redis- land, Australia, Canada and other daughter of Mr. Duffy was among the Louisvill- - ful and accomplished n James tribution of parliamentary seats, colonies. That they will protest ians spending a few days insurance MISS ANNA M'GREGOR'S at West Baden Ike Payne, the man. of against it is certain. If in spite 0 this week. Mr. Hopkins is a prominent with the result that the number Is a candidate for the young business man of the East End members from Ireland and the rural their protest it is enacted, will they Mrs. John McAteer and daughter, Miss The wedding will take place early iu the Benefit Next Monday Night From the Eleventh and Twelfth wards, subject to the May 22, at the Temple districts of Scotland and England stop at protest? Perhaps they will Virginia, are visiting in Chicago. They fall. action of the Democrrtic party. will be reduced, thus giving to the and, again, they may not. The will return about the 1st of June. Theater. Platform Joe C. S. Blackburn for Senator, indorseMrs. E. J. Keurley and Miss Elizabeth .... ment of the Chicago platform, and the renomination of cities and "boroughs" a larger pro- times and circumstances for armed Caspar Hammer took advantage of the Newman, of Gallatin. Tenn., were this William J. Bryan in 11)00. Katharine C, The Temple Theater will undoubtedly portion of the House of Commons, resistance to British "taxation absence of the Louisville ball team to week the cuests of Miss Miss Newman Boyle, 2731 Bank street. make a short visit to the Springs. be crowded Monday night, when all of with a better chance to control that without representation are more s being a very pretty and attractive young Miss McGregor's mends will gather to PRIMARY ELECTIONS, branch. As the House of Lords is propitious now than in 1775 ana Mr. E. Fitzgerald was among the lady, has many admirers m Gallatin, and bid farewell to the charmiug actress, Louisvilliatis who were this week regis- has already niade many mends here. who has amused them for two seasons inherently aristocratic, o'ppostd to the population and resources of the tered in New York City. and done some of the best work of any of No Change Will Be Made by The congregation of St. Mary's church all movements to advance popular paotesters much greater than the the Democratic Comsum the members of the Meffert Stock Com Miss Rose McCoy, of Charlestown, New Albany, will hold which mean an American colonies possessed, yet rights and interests, miss Aicuregor's ability as an 3 pany. Ind.; has returned home, after a visit mer outing at Sugar Grove on July mittee. with relatives in this city. eventual deprivation of prestige and they succeeded in resisting Evervthinir will be done to make this actress places her in the front rank, and ' 342 W. Market St. one surpass those of former years, and the Louisville admirers are going to show if not entire abolition, of freeing themselves from the British privileges, As the time draws near greater interest Mrs. Mary Lowery returned to her those who attend are assured a pleasant their appreciation Monday night. She being manifested in the Democratic has been very generous with her talent royalty and hereditary class govern- rule of aristocratic privilege and home in Elkton last Tuesday, after spend- time. Positively the Finest Work. ing a week iu this city. and has taken part in a great many eti primary, which will take place on Mon ment, this proposed redistribution arbitrary force. Mr. John Cumtnings, of St. Louis, and tertainments throughout the city. She day, June 12. At a meeting of the Demo Unity Council, Young Men's Institute, of Parliamentary seats can have Reduction in prices for The drowning of two little boys of New Albany, will hold its annual pic- Miss Sophia Hoerter, of this city, were is a manlier of the Cathedral congrega cratic City and County Committee Mon married Tuesday morning in St. Brigid's tion, and the different societies are ex day afternoon it was decided by a unani thirty days to introduce but one object the limiting, if not iu the catch basin of a sewer is no nic at Sugar Grove the first week in church by Rev. Father Conuelly. Mr, pected to be largely represented. The mous vote to hold the primary as at first my Pictures. reducing to an ineffective minority, and Mrs. Cummings will reside in St, Red Men (a jolly crowd of boys always decided upon, which will place it under surprise to those who have for years June. the popular representation in the noticed will be at home to willing) will also attend in a body, and the control and rules and regulations of these dangerous openings John Gallagher returued to Indianap- Louis, where they Monday. The bride the Knights of Columbus, another grand the committee. There are some candi their friends after House of Commons, which of recent The wonder is olis Tuesday, that more lives have among his after enjoying a brief visit is n sister of Mr. Joe A. Hoerter, of 1341 organization, is expected to do the same, dates who favor a primary under the Car numerous friends in JeffersonRISH SOCIETY DIRECTORY years has menaced the stability of not been Rosewood avenue. The ,Poincettia Bowling Club will occupy roll law, but the great majority seem sat lost. These catch basins ville. . 1. 1 ." isfied with the original plan of the com the titled aristocracy rule, being in many instances uuxes, aim miss T iue tuner wuip are death traps The marriage of Miss Catherine Dunne pie, who recites, will wear their colors mittee. Miss Jessie Martin has returned to her restrained only by the vote of the a dread to O. and Mr. Harrv Utz was solemnized at The programme is as follows: William J. O'Hearn, who has been the the parents of small chil home in Midway, after a most enjoyable House of Lords, which in addition aren St. John's church on last Monday even committeeman from the First ward durThe Girl's High School chorus, fol DIVISION 1 in tue vicinity, ior years visit to Mrs. Harry Daniel, of Rowan ing by Rev. Father Bax. Miss Anna lowed by the pleasing one-ac- t street. to the humiliation of being forced piece by ing the past year, has been succeeded by Meets on the Second and Fourth Tuesand complaint has been made to the city Belle Watson was maid of honor n day Evenings of Each Month. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Eagle, entitled James Dugan. Mr. O'Hearn is the to vote for themselves against popPresident Edward Clancy. Alderman, and his candidacy for authorities without avail. These Mrs. Debeudo and daughter, Miss Wm. Ackerson was best man. The "Drifted Apart." This will be another Vice President Thomas Dolan. Susie, of Madison, Ind, , were this week bride is the accomplished daughter of chance to see the two leading members ular demands, intensify the ill basins rendered him eligible to serve, should be so constructed as Recording Secretary L. D. Perranda. of the Meffert Stock Company, whose hence the change. feeling of the people, arouse more to Financial Secretary Peter Cusick, 132 prevent accident. Until they are J. W. Tarpey is another new member, Twentieth street. popularity is so well known in Louisville vehement and active antagonism the city is liable, that it needs no further meution. The he succeeding Wallace Renfro, who rep Treasurer John Mulloy. and a judgment that is manifested by occasional for heavy damages may bring city Female Minstrels will give another of resented the Eleventh ward. Both are DIVISION 2 their grand performances, after which good men and may be depended upon to adoocacy of the limitation of the officials to a realization of their Meets on the Second and Fourth ThursMiss Daisy Whipple will recite ''How zealously serve their party. day Evenings of Each Month. powers or the entire abolition of duty, Sal voter Won."- - Miss Whipple's beauty though a President William T. Median. JEFFERSONVILLE. the House of Lords as a factor in will be no recompense to and talent have won her many friends in Vice President Thomas Camfield. the be Louisville. Then come those two verv Recording Secretary J. Charles Obst. affairs of government. reaved parents for the loss of their The picnic which will given by Division clever children, Stella and Harry Cus- Financial Secretary John T. Keaney, Tn the nasi thirty years these children. caden. The next on the programme is a 1, A. O. II., of Jeffersonville on the 19th 1335 Rogers street. , Make those catch basins Treasurer Owen Keiren. two-acomedy, entitled "Naval Engage- of June will be the event of the season contentions between the two safe. ments," the cast of which is as follows with the Hibernians of that city. The DIVISION 3 branches of Parliament have been Miss McGregor, Mr. Oscar Eagle, Miss small sum of admission 10 cents alone Meets on Some of our contemporaries are the First and Third Wednesday recurrence being James, Mr. Lawrence Griffith, Mr. Ben should cause a good crowd to take in the frequent, each Evenings af Each Month. still commenting on Capt. Cogh J. Greene and Mr. Webb, all of whom excursion. Chairman Kinney, of the President Joseph P. Taylor. more marked and bitter, and the were members of the Meffert Stock Com Committee of Arrangements, has apVice President- - Phil Cavanaugh. obstruction of the House of Lords lan's remarks and song at a New Recording Secretary JohnCavanaugh. pany last season. The Hillman children pointed his assistants for the various York banquet and the disposition Financial Secretary N. T. Sheridnn. will sing some popular songs, and Mr, patts of the program. The Ladies' mnre manifest and productive of of the case by the Navy Depart Heber has a "black face" sketch that Auxiliary, will have charge of the re- 2018 Lytle street. increasing, condemnation and radi Treasurer George J. Butler. will certainly entertain. Then we have freshments and will see to it that every popular leaders ment. Capt. Coghlan, a gallant cal demands by the two boys that you are acquainted with, one will be served in a most courteous DIVISION 1 naval officer, did wrong, was called and polite manner. Dave Flyn and Robert Nolan. Meets on the Second End Fouth Wednes and parties. day Evenings of Each Month. Tickets are on sale at Rosenham's to task for it by his superiors, The Ladies' Auxiliary of Division 1 The result of the 'recent elecPresident John H. Hennessy. drug store. held a very important and successful acknowledged in a manly statement Vice President Thomas Lynch. meeting last Wednesday evening. Betions in Ireland, indicating a solid Kelly. he had erred, was reprimanded, and CATHOLIC CONFERENCE, sides initiating six new members they Recording Secretary Thomas J.Flahiff. Financial Secretary Georce and united delegation of anti-Tor- y received several applications. After the 420 East Gray street. resumed his . duty as a faithful renresentatives: the unrest of the regular meeting had been held and all lreasurer Harry Brady. officer should. This closes the inci tenantry in Scotland and rural dis Successor to the Late Bishop Watterson were preparing to go home a surprise MISS ANNA MCGREGOR, DIVISION G dent. Editors should not allow was sprung on the ladies by the mem. tricts of England, and the persist-en"A Naval Engagement" at the Temple Theater Monday night Nominated Bishop McCloskey bers 0 Division 1, who appeared with a Meets on the First ad Third Tuesday their patriotism or partisanism to Wlio will appear in Evenings of Each Month petitions of colonies for modifi large supply of ice cream, cakes and and Others Present. get away with them. Presideut William J. McCarthy lemonade. The social feature of the the guests of Mrs. Dan Finnegan, Indi- mr. ratrick Duane. The erootn is a cation of existing laws, all desiring Vice President John J. Lannan. valued employe of the Ahrens & Ott evening was the grand march which was ana avenue, Jeffersonville. Recording Secretary J. E. Yenner. class abrogation of privileges to WHITE WOMEN'S BURDEN. Manufacturing An important meeting of the Archdio led by Mrs. Gilhooley. All those pres Company. After an Financial Secretary D. J. Tierney Mr. Barney Coll, of Jeffersonville, is 1328 Grayson street. nnd wealth, with the possible, if There is another side to the matter of mentioned as a candidate for Treasurer Eastern trip of about two weeks, the cese of Cincinnati was held in that city, ent had a pleasant and enjoyable time Treasurer George A. Daniel. not the improbable, uniting of all the war in the Philippines which shows of Clark county. A good man, and our happy young couple will be at home to at the Cathedral, Monday, presided over and were not backward in saying that their many friends at 108 East Cabel by Archbishop Elder. Among the digni the members of Division 1 were capital have to state that there was not a single those advocates of reform iu British that the white man's burden is not con- Hoosier friends could go farther and fare street. taries present were: Bishop I. F. Horst- - entertainers. fined to those on the battle line in the far criminal case for trial, a state of things government, tend to cause alarm East. There are pale women, mothers, worse. Miss Julia Doyle will next week start that did not occur for the past twenty Miss Lillie andjTillie Winstel enter mann, of Cleveland; Bishop C. P. Maes, among the aristocracy and nobility, wives, sisters," sweethearts, iu Utah, The Young Ladies' Auxiliary of Trin laiued the Primrose Quartet last Wednes of Covington, Ky.; Bishop John S. Foley, on a pleasure trip which will take up years. Lord Justice Walker said he an H. J. Richter, of Grand several weeks' time. their who seem to conclude that it may Oregon, in California, in Montana, in ity Council promisetime uponmenusocca- - day evening at their home on Preston of Detroit; BishopWilliam McCloskey, of Miss Mayme Garrity will leave for St. would not put the grand jury to the the wasningion, in Colorado, in Idaho, in unusually . pleasant trouble of being sworn, and he would street. Those present were Misses Del, Rapids; Bishop . . rt be easier to prevent such a crisis, Kansas, in Nebraska, in many another sion of. tlieir ice cream social. mesuay Molhe and Lillian Keiran, Josephine. Louisville, and Bishop T. S. Byrne, of Louis on a visit to relatives who reside accordingly discharge them. He thanked or at least to overcome it, by cur- State, who dread to pick up the ntorning evening, May 30. the High Sheriff for his presentation of bcannell, Messrs. O. B. Smith, Joseph Nashville. One of the most important there. questions considered was the nouiination paper lest its white gloves, which were the best proof tailing its power iu legislation hearts. This has news may break their Misses Margaret O'Brien and Nell Kruse, Phil Schlemmer, Theo. Dolh of a successor to the late Bishop Watter RECENT DEATHS. been the. white woman's that could be had in the judicial line of Bishop, Al Doll and Joseph Herbst through reducing the representa burden since before Thymbra or Mara Duming have returned from a pleasant John son, of Columbus, and three names were Lightoti Doran a stainless record. visit with Mrs. Miles Williams, of EmiMrs. Michael Barry and Miss Katie submitted to Rome, It was hinted that The funeral of Mrs. Ann tion from the disaffected sections of thon or Salamis was fought, and every nence. Keely left last Thursday afternoon for the Rev. M. M. Meara, of Circleville, took place from the Cathedral Wednes advance of the world has been sanctified SERIOUSLY INJURED, sixty-eigh- t years the empire. New York, sailing from there today for Ohio, was recommended as the most day morning. She was by women's tears, every signal stntion Misses Julia Dugan and Hattie Hum by all who of age and The proposition to deprive a por- along the bloody trail of civilization has phrey, two attractive young ladies of Ireland 011 a visit to their respective rela worthy. Tins is usually equivalent to an knew her. was respected William Al. Higgins Struck by a Street mixed with the cement iu its columns the Bloomfield, were for some days the guests tives. Here's hoping that they may have election. tion of the people of their just repCar at Sixteenth and Walnut blood that has oozed from the aching of Misses Annie and Lillian Murphy, 027 a pleasant and enjoyable time. Mrs. Mary T. Reilly died last Monday HIBERNIANS. resentation in the government, hearts of women, whose bur- Second street. night, after a Jong illness, at her resiStreets. Henry Holeman's bachelor friends are however, shrewd it may be, is a dens were none the less hard to bear The members of Division 0 were pleased dence. 1619 West Broadway. The funeral though their outcries were smothered. There arrived at the home of Officer already beginning to mourn over his loss to see President McCarthy in the chair took place Wednesday morning at 9 confession of weakness, as well as For their sakes, for Mr. William M. Higgins, editor of the the sake of the gal Jerry Quill, East Jefferson street, this from their ranks, as it is conceded that he Tuesday. He has entirely recovered from o'clock from Sacred Heart church. Kentucky was seriously n a violation of the fundamental lant men upon the fighting line, let us week, a lovely boy and girl twins, and will soon lead a young lady his recent illness. The drowning of John Golden and injured. uy being struck, by a street car of modern government, hope that the sacrifices are about over; the popular policeman will hold a recep- of East Market street to the altar. The principle Frank Cunningham was the recipient nines Bass, both six years of age, in the early Thursday morning at Sixteenth-that the night is almost ready to give tion Sunday evening to celebrate the fact of their grief is itself a guarantee and in spite of all protestations to place to a dawn which will be filled with event, to which all the members of the that the young lady should be congratu- of a cordial reception at the meeting of catch basin at Twenty-firs- t and High Bna walnut streets. Mr. Higgins left lated on her choce, as all who know his division Tuesday evening. He de avenue, was a terrible blow to the parents the car to go to his home at 1C30 Madi-o- f the contrary, indicates unmistak- peace and to awaken iu millions of hearts police force are invited. served it. Henry like him for his pleasant ways. both children. Their bodies were re- - son 8treet and in attempting to cross the ably that the British government the songs of gratitude and joy. The quarterly report shows Division 0 covered by Pat Burke, who dived into street was struck by an eastbound car, The Young Ladies' Auxiliary, of FEMALE USHERS. dare not trust the people; that the Miss Katie Flaherty and Mr. L. J. to be well off financially. the sewer and found the bodies covered which came up with such speed that he Trinity Council No. 230, Y. M. L, will Division 0 will hereafter insist on the with sand. The funerals too place Thurs could not get out of the way. He regive a lawn fete and ice cream festival at Bryan were married at Stithton by Rev. reign of Toryism in British affairs At Miss Annie McGregor's benefit at 524 East Madison street, Father Whalen Tuesday morning and prompt issuance of reports by State and day afternoon from the residences of the ceived severe injuries about the shouldis to pass through a struggle for the Temple Monday night the theater the ers, breast and other parts of the, .body parents. Tuesday evening, May 30. The young came to the city, accompanied by Miss county officers. and it will be several days before he is existence, and has been compelled goers will witness something new young Jadies say a pleasant time is in store for Ethel Mossbarger and Mr. Joe Shercliff, Martin Mullen made some very pointed A CRIMELESS COUNTY. able to attend to business. The exact of Hardin county, The young couple and sensible suggestions, advocating the LlflERlCK to resort to a course both unjust lady ushers. This will certainly be a all of those who attend. extent of the injuries, should complfca-- . proceeded to Colesburg, where a recep- establishment of a labor bureau for the The Commission of Assizes for the novelty. Tins and tions arise, nre not now known. and fraught with danger, for the gested to severalwas talked of and sug John Seiberz, who has been making tion was held at the home of Mr. Bryan's benefit of members out of employment. young ladies, many county and city of Limerick were opened people will not likely submit to be- wish to handle the coupons. Now, in himself "solid" with his friends lately parents. The C. K. of A. Entertainment CommitDivision 6 will elect officero at the next by Mr. Justice O'Brien and Lord Justice tee met Thursday night with a large atinto silence and sub- stead of a nice, handsome young gentle- by treating them to a little entertainment meeting. All should attend. ing throttled Walker, Justice O'Brien, addressing the tendance. Brother Smith Mr. Oscar Eagle and wife spent last spoke in regard asking you for your coupon, you in the shape of graphophoue recitals. mission to what they believe unjust man be county grand jury, said there were six week at West Baden Springs. The Journal MISS A1ARGARET Al. JAMES. will approached by a beautiful young Those who have been fortunate to be cases to go before them, which repre- -' Was listened to with the greatest attention and oppressive; that they will re- lady, who will show you to your seat present at those recitals are loud iu their says Mr. Eagle has under consideration Miss Margaret James is one of the sented a very small amount of crime in by all who were present. praises of both John and his entertain-nien- t. at the present time an offer from the Brothers resist such sum- just as well as any young man can. ject and perhaps .......... ... . Mc- ! .V . Liebler Bros., of New York, to take the cleverest and most talented little actresses ou. ......... a jjujiuiaiiuu. iuc utsca ! .. .!...!..', uinn, jt. iu wen numei jv. veeneiiian, wm, Aleehan. luic Knn..1n4aM. It. mary disposition of their petitions Here is another drive at the products leading part in "The Three Guardsmen," known to the Louisville theater-goin- g own nature were not such as to cause A. F. Martin, Chas. Hubbuch. I. Wie- Mr. and Mrs. James Mellet, of 1717 the great Dumas play, also propositions public. She appears Monday night in any apprehension in reference to the man Rapp, Rothgeeber, Werner, Speeker for reform, and deprivation of their of the cow from the blasted monopolies. A firm at Kokomo, Ind., is engaged in Lytle street, have been keeping open from Chicago and Louisville. His friends the comedy "A Naval Eugagement" at tranquility or order of the county, nor and Reichart made rights, can hardly be doubted, and making peanut butter. The nut is roast house this week to their many friend's here will regret to learn that he has defi- the Temple Theater. She hns been as- did they indicate any sort of feeling or and after that Branch elegant addresses 32 had a spread signed the part of Mary Mortiuiore. combination at alt dangerous to the pub for the occasion, whereupon the Old the result the future alone can ed, and ground and mixed with water, in honor of the, safe arrival at their nitely decided to give up stock work. and the plastic mass used as a spread. It home Monday morning of two lovely Mr. Oscar Eagle and Miss McGregor lic peace. The criminal business was Hickory Quartette sang. Our next demonstrate. is said to be very palatable, and sells like The many friends of Mr. Peter G. have both expressed themselves as favor- - then proceeded with. In the City Crown meeting will be at St. John's Hall, Clay boys. Mr. Mellet is. one of repre- hot cakes on a frosty morning It was "taxation without at ten the most popnlar members of the Louis- Campbell and Miss Katie Obst will be ably impressed with the cleverness of this Court, the High Sheriff, addressing Lord and Walnut, Thursday night, May 264 ville fire department, and his associates pleased to reed the announcement' of ' young lady. Justice Walkir, said he was happy to All Invited. sentation" that caused, the reVolt of cents a pound. Chas. A. Wilson, Publisher. H II M ! well-know- n M. rt MULDOON PARK COMMISSIONER, well-know- THOS. DREWRY, well-know- .... 0 Weill's New Studio, 1 A. II. well-know- money-consideratio- ' ct t well-know- Irish-America- , club-hous- teti-poin- rcrcODXJOKIY T, J, WATHEN IRIH AMERICAN THE TYPOS Hold a Lively Election Which a Large Vote Is LABOR WORLD Notes and Gossip of the Week Front All Parts of the Typographical Union No. 10 held its Letter to the Kentucky Irish annual election last Wednesday afternoon Carpenters in Elizabeth, N. J., work j American. in Polytechnic Hall. It was a hot race, eight hours a day. Dill Clark keeps up his lianl hitting for Frankfort, Kv., May 20. Every as indicated by the hustling of several of The miners around Manila, Philippine 1'ittsburg. ining in political circles continues very candidates, and the full vote cast. At present Philhppi is the winntng quiet in the Capital City, the mecca of the Islands, have organized a union. The result was close in the vote for In pitcher of the Louisville club. politics. The Hardin men have almost ternational Delegate, especially between President Fox, of the Iron Molders Louisville has yet tobe shut out, but conceded this county to Goebel in the the five leaders. There was no opposi Union, will be 111 Chattanooga next 029 EIGHTH ST. race for the nomination for Governor, tion has had several narrow escapes. week. for Vice President, Sergeant-at- Organized labor is 011 n boom in the The surprise of the season is Mugsy The Goebel forces are so well organized Arms, Auditing Committee and Delegates 65c Vanilla and Lemon, per gal. that nothing short of a miracle will to Central Labor Union, and the large 75c East, New York reporting seventy-eigh- t McGraw's Baltimore "Cast-offs.- " Fruits and Chocolates, per gal 75c new unions. Coffee and Banana, per gal "Patsy" Donovon has been appointed change the present aspect for a solid vote received by the candidates is a com.$1.00 Almond nnd Macaroon, per gal Minnesota labor unions were success to H. Watkins as manager of Goebel delegation to the State conven pliment to them. President Binford Bisque and Tnttifrutti tion. The counties in the immediate easily defeated f 1.00 to J1.25 ful in killing the auti.boycott bill in the thesucceed W.Baseball Club. Pittsburg his two young opponents, Bricks and Euchre J1.00 vicinity Fayette, Scott, Bourbon, Jessa- The rivalry legislature of that State. C5c between the candidates was Sherbets and Ices If the Phillies can keep up with their mine, and even the invincible Shelby 50c Sweet Cream earnest but throughout. The horseshocrs of Boston now work good work, they should land near the will, from present indications, send al- The newly-electe- d officers will be 111 under a uniform schedule and scale, all top when the home-stretc- h is reached. most a solid Goebel delegation. LAN'IHUATK I"OR THE Col. Cream delivered to New Albany and the employers having signed. Hartzell and 'Leach have made a good Stone is also showing a stronger hold on stalled at the meeting, June .1. Get your speeches ready. The result in detail: nil shipJeffersonville; also shipped to The Illinois trades unions have con impression on nil who have seen them the nomination than it was thought that President Walter D. Binford, 110; ping points. tributed $15,000 for relief of families of play, and it is said they will do in the he could, and conservative politicians district, Fourth Albert Sexton, 49; George W. Check, From the Forty-sevent- h union miners killed at Virden. fastest company. say that the race is now between Col. Jr.,. 43. and Fifth wards, from First to Hancock streets, subject to The union hatters of America have action of the Dem Clatke should give his men some gin Stone and Senator Goebel, and that Gen. Vice President George D. Frishc, 18.'), ocratic primary, the 12. unionized more than twenty factories ger to make them play until the last man P. Watt Hardin is practically out of June Secretary-TreasurA. A. Hoffman, is out. If they do this they will not lose the race. Many unlooked for political A specialty. It is the purest and best. during the past eighteen months. 119; Wm. T. Wilson, 91. so many games in the last inning. changes may take place in the next few The eighth annual convention of the Recording Secretary John D. Kane Telephones 2144 otttl 2588. International Longshoremen's Associa Since Tony Mullaneand Arlie Latham, days, but at the present writing the 147; James H. Watson, GO. ij tion will meet in Buffalo on July 11. broke into league company again, all chances for the Senator from Kenton are Board of Directors (five elected) 8SySpecial rates to hotels, dealers and exceedingly bright. Mat. Pepper, formerly of New Albany, the ate beginning to feel like Joseph Phelps, 154; Fred Bonte, 138; V, Is a candidate for as large orders. The excursion to be run bv the Ancient B. Ratteree, 130; E. L. Tipton, 130; Ed, and are anxious' to join has been appointed Superintendent of the Order of Hibernians on Sunday, May 28, Morrison, 122; Charles Roth, 90. Joseph new Ford plate-glas- s works at Toledo, fast company. Ohio. Kid McCoy and Joe Choynski have promises to be a grand success. Quite a Phelps will be chairman of the board. Sergeant-at-Arms Martin J. Dugau, The Brotherhood of Locomotive Fire- been matched for a second time, to take number of people from Frankfort have men now numbers over 30,000, the place July I, at Denver. McCoy has already signified their intention of going, 19G. Auditing Committee C. N. Jacques, largest membership in the history of the completely recovered from his illness, The Hibernians are confident of taking 232 FOURTH AYE. and claims that he will put Choynski one of the largest crowds to the Queen 191 ; Thomas Groark, 109; James A. Goss, order. City that ever left Frankfort. Special 108. Seven trades union candidates were out this time. cars have been provided for the ladies Delegates Central Labor Union James The date of the Fitzsimmons-JefTrie- s elected out of fifteen seats contested in and children, and as no intoxicants of J. Martin. 180; Max Traut, 152; Thomas recent election in Queensland, Aus- fight before the- Coney Island Athletic the kind will be allowed the best of Asa, 149; Walter M. Youne, 145; Zeno Club has been set for June 9, and George nnj' tralia. order is guaranteed. This will be an ex M. Young, 144. Siler, of Chicago, will be referee. At A two weeks' revival by the Central cellent opportunity to visit Cincinnati, Complete Line Delegates International Union Hugh Labor Council at Ft. Wayne, Ind., re- first Decoration Day had been decided Newport, Covington, Ludlow and Day H. Ellis, 71; James A. Caldwell, 09; upon, but there was so much opposition sulted in the formation of eight new ton, take in the Lagoon, Coney Island, Charles R. Bent, 50; John A. O'Connor, to this that it was thought best to change unions. Zoological Gardens, historic Ft. Thomas, the date, and have a large attendance the game of base ball between the Balti- - 48; Thomas I. Ledwith. 47; Hank L. Some of the Knights of Labor in the Morrow, 35; Wm. G. Kirk. 27; Thomas East are urging the merging of that or- and large gate receipts. mores and Cincinnati and many other R. Bailey. 2fi; C. E. Hooper, 10. Ellis Many people were disappointed Mon attractions. Everybody should go. Fare ganization into the American Federation day night with the fight which Jimmy $1.60 round trip; children under eight and Caldwell were elected. of Labor. 59S359S9S9S9S9S9S9S9SSS933 The Missouri House, by a vote of Ryan and Jack Root put up. Root was years half fare. From the City at Large, eighty-thre- e to seven, passed a bill re- the aggressor from the first to the last Mr. Mart O'Brien has decided not to Subject to the action of the Democratic quiring all public printing to bear the round, and at the end was almost as fresh join tlie United fatates army and has lo Primary, June 12. RIVERV1EW as when he started. During the whole cated in Covington, Ky., where he has union. label. twenty rounds Ryan landed safely about secured a lucrative position on the rail Eugene V. Debs will lecture at the PRIMARY ELECTION, JUNE 12. five times, while Root jabbed him in the road. He invites all his friends to look Auditorium in Chattanooga on May 25, Public upon invitation of the Central Ijabor face repeatedly. The preliminary be him up when in the city. Opens Today tween Kid St. Clair and Mexican Joe was Mr. Pat Phiflie, late of this city, and a Union of that city. A few select dates for picnics, etc., much better than the main bout, as the CANDIDATE FOR Labor-savin- g machinery having in- boys mixed things up lively, giving each member of Division 1, Ancient Order of open. Call at office, 413 W. Jefferson. Hibernians, has secured a position with creased the productive capacity of other some hard raps. St. Clair was Railway Company in Cincin- workmen, they in justice should be given the decision because he forced mat the4" Street1!l . . Thirty-sevent- h 1 Senatorial district, com CONCERT EVERY SUNDAY nan, uiiu lines t111s new uome very mucn. afforded more leisure. posed of 3d, 4th, 5th, 0th and 7th wards; ters all the way through. It is said that "Cupid's dart" has at subject to action of Democratic party. The gatherers in bottle works last pierced the heart of Col. Tobe Dow- By PROF. MORBACH'S BAND. nt Streator, 111., won their strike, and the 1 !l ? !1 iicy, ami 11 is saiu luiu wie iair auracuon system of fines is abolished and pay day CHARLES resides in Frankfort. Jt is probable that CRONAH, will be Tobias may be the next to embrace matCONTINUED FROM FIRST FAGR. The machinists' strike in the Hoe I rimony. Candidate for Printing Press Works in New York has seems to be acceptable. He holds his NOW READY FOR W. D. Lewis is thinking of removing been compromised, the men returning to neck to one side and appears to dance to Lafayette, Ind., to reside, as he be work at an advance in wages. lieves that Indiana air, will agree with when he walks." WILLIAM PATTERSON, The city council of Cincinnati recently Subject to action of Democratic Here we have the first and only ac him. He will niakeLa trip. loLex- Candidate for Alderman. adopted a resolution that all uniforms of count ever written of the death of a Pope ington before he leaves. Primary, June 12. he police and firemen must bear the and the election of his successor by one J. W. Cushing, Jr., has secured a posi This Garden has been newly decorated Journeymen Tailors' Union label. GOOD FOR THE A, 0, H, who was to ascend the Papal throne many tion in Louisville with the Kentucky and refurnished for the present season, During the past four years Amster- years later. Pope Leo XIII. has given Packing Company, and will leave for his appointments of all kinds, with first-claand invites the inspection of Sunday. dam, Holland, has had in its own hands us a picture of the demise of Leo XII. new home Sunday. His many friends They Will Furnish Uniforms to House Candidate for school, church and society committees the water, gas and telephone systems. It and the election of Pius VIII. . Will in Frankfort will regre to see him go. of Providence Boys Military before closing contracts. also owns and operates the street rail- there be some future Pope in Rome to The Shelbyville correspondent of the Aspect Appreciated. Lion Garden is a cool, pleasant retreat, ways. write the account of the death of Leo Kentucky Irish American created quite transfers accessible, with street-ca- r easily great deal of amusement in his last At the State convention of the Hiber Subject to action of Democratic The Western Federation of Miners XIII. for future generations to read? to all parts of the city. For terms and Primary, June 12. letter by stating that the little town of nians to be held in Syracuse next year a dates address or call on has a proposition under consideration to TEN HYGIENIC RULES. WILLIAM BAUER, two churches" and I a "new Court feature of the parade will be a uniformed erect a home for aged and disabled Lessee and Manager. miners, similar to the one conducted by The following maxims won a prize house" aspired to became the capital of corps of about 50 of the little boys at the the printers. offered by the Parisian publishers, the grand old Commonwealth of Ken- House 'of Providence. Hitherto the St. The labor unions of Peoria, 111., have Hachette & Co., for the ten most effect- tucky. The correspondent also makes Vincent cadets of Utica have participated ENTERTAINMENT ' d standing committees on printing, whose ual rules for the preservation of mental slighting reference to the Capital build on all state occasions and have always Candidate for the ings. This is not due to Frankfort or her admiration for military training and duty is to see that all printing and ad- and bodily health. The author, Dr. AnniIn celebration of the Twenty-firs- t The boys at the of Ferte won in .1 list representation in the Legislature, but to handsome uniforms. versary, will be given by the United vertising for the union is given only to legislator" sent by other House of Providence have been training, union offices. of 500 competirors. The rules, as trans- the moss-bac- k Branches of the Legislative Dis counties throughout the State, and Shel- and by next year will be the equal of any From the Forty-sixt- h The Belmont, Top and La Belle iron lated in the Lancet, run thus: trict, composed of the byville has contributed to the latter similar organization to be found anywhere OF AMERICA mills nt Wheeling and KNIGHTS CATHOLIC House Hygiene A house that is clean the Bentwood class, who simply come to Frankfort Second and Third Wards, County President John W. Dorsey and furnace at Martin's Ferry, Ohio, have nnd cheerful makes a happy home. OP LOUISVILLE, General Hygiene Rise early, goto bed every two years on a prolonged spree sister superior of the House of Providenoe Subject to the action of the Democratic advanced wages of 3,000 employes ten At Macatiley's Theatre, early and in- the meantime keep your- furnished by candidates for United States have conferred on the matter of uniform- party. per cent., restoring the rate of 1892. Senate and corporations desiring legisla- ing the boys, nnd the matter will be laid self occupied. 1899. MONDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER ELECTION. The barbers now meet every Thursday 1899. Hygiene Frugality tion for their own interests enacted. It before the officers the of county board, at Beck's Hall, and are increasing in is for this and no other reason that the who will pass affirmatively upon it. Presand sobrietv are the best elixirs for a long Tickets, 25c; Reserved Scats, 25c Extra. membership right along. They have sepresent buildings which would not make ident Dorsey says there will be no question life. MAXWELL DAVIS, cured Pceuix Hill Park for a grand conEpidermal Hygiene Cleanliness pre- decent stables for the .Governor and State about it, as all of the Hibernians he has cert and picnic for Sunday, June 18. Candidate for the best-kemachines officials remain, and are daily pointed spoken to on the affair are enthusiastic JOHN P. KELLY & SON President T. J. Smith, of District 19, serves from rust; the out to strangers in the "Capital Build- at the idea. last longest. Forty-eight- h United Mineworkers, ordered the miueis district, Sixth and Seventh Sleep Hygiene A sufficiency of rest ings" by the people of Frankfort. At DEALERS IN MUCKROSS ESTATE. wards, subject to the action of the Demoat the new Soddy Coal Company to walk repairs and strengthens; too much rest every session of the Legislature the cratic party. question of new buildings is raised, out last Wednesday. This strike is the weakens and makes soft. and immediately the howl for "Capital continued prom first page. result of the company refusing to reinRespiratory Hygiene Water and brain state several union miners who had been sustain life, but pure air and sunlight are Removal" is heard, aad the new nuilding RADEMAKER, question or bill is lost in the shuffle. It Irish government. Does any one imagine JOSEPH discharged. indispensable for health. remains to be seen if the people of Ken- that an Irish Parliament would treat the CANDIDATE l'OR Moral Hygiene The mind reposes and The move to import armed fair places of Ireland as the British Parinto Arkansas to take the place of the resumes its edge by means of relaxation tucky will send men fit to represent them liament has treated them? Happy in the striking miners was prevented by an in and amusement, but excess opens the in the session of 1900. possession of a free Parliament, the EngD. J. M. Seventeenth and Bank Streets. junction by Judge Rowe in Little Rock, door to the passions, aud these attract lish people have been most successful in PRIMARY JUNE 12. under which the State officials are charged the vices. securing respect for the picturesque and Subject to action of Democratic party. ST, PETER'S CHURCH, Special attention given to to keep all such out of the State. The Intellectual Hygiene Gayety conduces the beautiful. That noble tract, Epping to family orders, and goods de- Governor has announced he will comply of love of life, and love of life is the half forest, has been saved for the Londoner. health; on the other hand, sadness STACK, WILLIAM livered to all parts of the with Judge Rowe's order. in Very Large Class Con- Rights of way over hill and by river have The great army of labor England and gloom help on old age. been carefully protected. Public opiniou, city. Professional Hygiene Is it your brain Candidate for firmed Last Sunday emerged from the year 1898, on the which could at any time be turned into whole, better off than it entered upon it, that feels you? Don't allow your arms positive law, prevents private owners Afternoon. to judge from the fifth annual abstract of and legs to become stiff. Dig for a liveacting unreasonably ;or ungenerously to labor statistics, just issued by the Board lihood, but don't omit to furnish your the public. In Ireland the opposite rule Subject to the action of the Democratic Among German Catholics first com- has prevailed. The State has permitted of Trade. In all 978,000 workpeople intellect and elevate your thought. Primary, June 12. munion and confirmation day is an event "squatters" to seize upon aud Clothes Hygiene He is well clothed received increases of wages, aud only shut out who keeps his body sufficiently warm, in life's history, and the occasion when the public from the most beautiful spots To 12,000 were affected by decreases. Democratic Voters The union miners win at Pana, 111. safeguarding it from all abrupt changes the child is the host of a feast to which on beautiful Doublin bay. The banks of of Kentucky. EUROPEAN PLAN. Through the State Board of Arbitration, of temperature, while at the same time are invited relatives and friends. On last the inland rivers have all been seized. I" beg to announce my candidacy for the settlement is: All the negroes to be maintaining perfect freedom of motion. Sunday in California there were sixty-- , The public are shut out from the fairest the office of State Treasurer, subject to eight such family gatherings, as thai; parts of the Liffey, the Boyne and other the action of the Democratic convention, of The tells WH. FLEISCHER, Prop. dischargedbeand sent outand the State; the "They Pittsburg NewsFather this story:a many children were confirmed at St. rivers. Ireland has two famous places June 21, 1899. My early business trainunion to recognized union miners tell a story of O'Shea, to be reinstated; the scale to be agreed priest who was well known in Washing- Peter's church by the Rt. Rev. Bishop, which attract tourists from all parts of ing was received in the Auditor's and Corner Sixth and Court Place, upon by conference or fixed by the State ton county, who had some local note for assisted by the pastor and other clergy, the world. One of these is the Giant's Treasurer's offices, and I believe I have all the qualifications necessary to the A First Class Restaurant la Connection Board of Arbitration. The negroes are his quick wit. One of his Presbyterian including the recent pastor, Father Leo. Causeway, which is now shut in from intelligent discharge of the duties of the The church was crowded with the candi- mankind by a wall and a toll. The other office. Very respectfully, ' leaving and the union men resuming friends was fond of having a joke with dates for confirmation, the junior socie- is Killarney lakes, also shut in by a wall work. JNO. C. HKRNDON. him. They met one day at the ties, Roman Knights, members of the and a toll. A chance of delivering the Up. ROOMS FROM George W. Schlenderburg, a Pittsburg where there was quite a crowd congregation and many visitors, which more beautiful of the two is now offered. pro tern, of the Police Court while the coal operator, who employes 2,000 min- waiting for the distribution of the mail, presented a brilliant sight in the beauti- Will any effort be made by public opinion late Judge Thompson was away on his ers, was before the Industrial Commission which had just arrived. " 'Nice day, Father O'Shea,' said the ful church. St. Peter's church has re- to avail of it? vacations. In both capacities he- - perrecently. Among other things, he said cently been thoroughly renovated and HERE YOU ARE FOR Here is a chance for some rich Irish- - formed his duties acceptably to the peohis principal objection to unions was that man. " 'It's a nice day, indeed, sir,' replied beautified, which with the commodious man or a syndicate of rich Irishmen in ple. n a. they were not able to enforce conditions pastoral residence, aud new school house America. in competitive districts where the prod- the priest. Society held its The credit on the congregation to " 'I suppose you read the news of the reflect labor and generous contributions regular meeting Thursday evening, at uct of the mines competed with theirs. CHARLES A. WILSON FOR JUDGE. whose which important business matters were In some cases operators were able to pro- queer doings down in Texas?' said the they are a deserved monument. transacted. Ten new members were taken duce coal mined with the pick cheaper joker interrogatively. Judge Charles A. Wilson is a candidate in, which shows that the society is growAND MARKET. PRESTON Miss Maggie Norton, pf. West Chestnut for Judge of the Folice Court, subject to did than they were able to produce it with Father O'Shea. '"I ing all .the time. Everything connected street, will make her first communion the action of the Democratic party. Judge with the excursion is running smoothly, machinery. This placed them at a great 'What's going on down thefp?' " 'They're hanging all the prjests and at the Cathedral Sunday morning. Her Wilson is well and favorably known to and it was reported that several of the ODORLESS VAULT GLEANING. disadyantage, and lie thought it unfair. He deprecated strikes, which, he said, jackasses in t'ie State,' replied the jbker. parents will give her a fine supper in hon- the people of Louisville. He served as a girls were approaching the two hundred ' mark in amount of tickets sold. There " 'Well, well,' commented the priest, or of the event. were injurious to the operator, miner and member of the Board of Public Safety will be a called meetintr on Saturday. Telephones 1007-182- 0. community. Unorganized miners brought 'it's.lucky for us, isn't it, that you and I Subscribers should pay their subscrip- during, the late Mayor Tyler's adminis- May 27. All members will be notified as DRV WHLL DIOOINa. Orders by mall will on more trouble than union men,, and are not down 'there?' " tions if they want a good paper. tration and was generally appointed Judge to what business will be brought up. receive prempt atteatten. I 1111 . . Country. since the operators and union had been FRANKFORT, working together less trouble had been experienced. The miners lived better years ago. The Political Situation and Other Im now than they did twenty-fiv- e Organized labor, he said, had helped to portant News-Goc- bel in the hold wages up and had helped to riise Lead at Present. the standard of the men. Cast.' JOHN TEVIS Joiin L. GruDer at ALDERMAN Candidate for CITY AT LARGE, Democratic Primary, June 12. SPORTY 1TEHS. Special 1 A. J. ROSS, Candidate for for ALDERMAN Subject to action of Democratic Primary, June 12. 1899. NOVEMIIKR ELECTION. 1899. good-nature- d ICIRIE Forty-eighth LEGISLATURE wards, subject to the action of the Democratic party. LEGISLATURE, district, Sixth nnd Seventh Is a Candidate for Candidate for the mm er ALBERT II. CHARLTON From the Eleventh nnd Twelfth wards, subject to action of the Democratic party. LBERT GENERAL ASSEMBLY old-time- Walsh the Tailor, I Examine Lena Mon Is a candidate for to BOARD OF ALDERMEN Subject to the action of the Democratic primary, June 12. Charles C. Hulsewede Candidate for Spring Suitings. flLDEJVIflJSl, Subject to action of the Democratic mary, June 12, 1899. Pri- ALBERMAN, WILLIAM PATTERSON, Candidate for to the Robert Tyler SENATE J. flHDE?JVIflJSl Subject to action of the Democratic mary, June 12, 1899. Mr 111 Is a candidate for Pri- iTTn, WW for the-gree- LION GARDEN Lawn Fetes. POPE LEO XII. -- semi-monthl- Subject to action of the Democratic mary, June 12, 1899. Pri- Picnics, Socials, ss ALDERMAN John McEIIiott, COUNCILMAN, CHAS. BYRNE, Candidate for Subject to action of the Democratic Pri mary, June 12, 1S99. ALiDEmflfi PauIC.Barth Is a candidate for for ALDERMAN, Subject to actfon of the Democratic Pri mary, June 12, 1899. elic-icte- Jas. Mention, James 1899, P. Reedo, sur-Aub- e, the LEGISLATURE LEGISLATURE From the Eighth and Ninth wnrds, subject to the decision Democratic Primary. June 12. NOVEMBER ELECTION. Candidate for - 1899. MAY 29 Gastro-Intestin- Henry L. Kremer Candidate for the LEGISLHTURE, LEGISLATURE, Sixth nnd Seventh wards, Forty-eight- h ; . t : .. . : uimuii, suujeci .iu union oir icisicuivv: the Democratic party. 1 1 Vegetables, Produce. Groceries, Squire John McEanil Candidate for Fresh Meats, ts ALDERMAN J. JUDGE OF THE POLICE COURT OF LOUISVILLE, Subject to the action of the Democratic party. ALDERMAN, A l irmi-Amcric- OH A CIGAR TUe can smoke, Ucst Flvc-CcClgnr nit nt St. Nicholas Hotel VV. STKOEII1WE, It. Manufacturer, the Preston and Rowlings Sts. BIG FOUR TO ROUTE Indianapolis Peoria 50c Post-offic- e, CHICAGO AND AM, POINTS IN INDIANA and ... .. 1 MS? dAU! niinnn MICHIGAN. .. Irish-Americ- BEST TERMINALS UNION DEPOT Corner Seventh St. and River. CITY TICKET OFFICE No. 218 Fourth Ave. not,-replie- JS. JOHN KARK15Y. General Agent, Louisville, Ky. E. G. MCCORMICK, Pass. Traf. Mgr., WARREN J. LYNCH, A. G. P. A., CINCINNATI. O. J. QATBS, ICEMVTITOHCY IRISH AlVORIOAKr HIBERNIANS. What They Have Been Doing the Past Week General News'Notes. Tom Laugan insists that the Knights should attend drills before keeping other engagements. The Hibernian Knights were glad to have Lieut. Arthur Campbell with them at their last meeting. Col. Nadorf has accepted an invitation to accompany the Knights on their excursion. There will be others also. The treasury of Company A was enriched by the payment of a number of fines for at drills and meetings. Joe Lynch says he will keep things moving from the time the boat starts with the Knights and their friends until it lands.at the wharf. Division 27, of East Braiutree, Mass., will observe its anniversary on the 20th inst. An address will be delivered by County President O'Dowd: The lady candidates for the prizis offered by the Hibernian Knights will be required to make their returns at 8 o'clock on the evening before the excursion. Division 1 of St. Paul, will endeavor to make its annual entertainment and ball, which takes place May 29, surpass anything heretofore given by Hibernians in the Northwest. The members of Division 25, of Newton Lower Falls, Mass., are preparing to celebrate their fourth anniversary, which occurs on May 28. The exercises will include an address by John A. Ryan, of Boston. HIHI have them fixed than at the How IRELAND. jj Record of Are Your il the flost Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges. Teeth? If they need attention there is no better place to Louisville Dental Parlors, 544 FOURTH ST., Right Next to Avenue Theater. Their prices are the lowest, work the best, and all guaranteed. They will treat you right. REMEMBER THE 1LACE: Louisville Dental Parlors, 45-3L-- FOURTH ST. I jjjj Gran W. Smith's Sons ! Funeral Directors And Embalmers.. MISS KATE SMITH, Lady Assistant and Embalmcr. j fj E B m 1 S i S jj S- Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice. S. E. COR. EIGHTH AND .TIClTirKX SOIV STS. TELEPHONE 810. j i Mumoon Monument Company! m DESIGNERS AND BUILDERS OF AND SCOTCH GRANITE j S ITALIAN m MARBLE, AMERICAN 1 SS 1 j Hit 1U11UU1CII L- -. Artistic Work Only Solicited. Workshops and Studios, Carrara, Italy. g WAREROOMS, 322 to 328 WEST GREEN STREET, (PARADISE! 0 0 0 o 0 w SAMPLE ROOM. Good Liquors a Specialty. M. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Fifteen Ball Pool. J. HICKEY, PROPRIETOR. 248 West Jefferson Street. Tolephono 384. 0 0 0 0 0 ; 0 00000000000000000000000000000000ae(a00aa00lt,lj0 JOHN is. Clay5treet Brewery, 812 Telephone 209-- 3. WALTERS' PRANK, and 814 CLAY STREET. LOUISVILLE, KY. HENRY C. LAUER, f Michael Gorman, who has other rescues to his credit, and who was the first roundsman promoted to a Sergeantcyby Gov. Roosevelt when the latter was in the Police Board, Horses and Vehicles to hire nt alt hours, at reasonable rates. saved another life in New York harbor TELEPHONE 1140, last week. Sergt. Gorman has many medals, among which are u oue front the Police Department and a - at rm -- "-at - a? U- - gold and silver memorial from Congress, x.-a-,r rr IV a 71 The Sergeant is no longer young, but when he saw John Hagen, of 28 Wash! ington street, dump off the dock between Pier A and Tier 1 he was after him like a a shot. He caught him in the water by the .slack of his jumper and shouted: "You're under arrest." Then he pad t (i dled to a raft on the south side of the Two handsome Emblems of the Ancient Order of ? dock, pushing the man in front of him. I Hibernians will be awarded by the Kentucky Irish t ) Patrolmen Michael J. O'Loughhn and sta Thomas F. Wall, of the Amity-stre!i American to the members receiving the highest intra- - I tion, did some heroic life saving at a fire in 889 Hicks street 'April 23. Patrolmau 'I? ber of votes, these coupons only to be used for ballots. O'Loughlin has'a record of having saved a five lives on previous occasions, and wears a medal for bravery. On reaching the burning building he learned that there were some persons still in it, He Record the Candidate on the First Iine, Division on the Second. drew his coat across his face because vhe smoke was stifling and made his wj' up the stairs, rousing the people. 42S-43- 0 11 B n East Jefferson St. ISlooti'lo Horse OliiaiJliiss $l'SO Per Head. I The funeral of Edward Collins, fourth son of Edward and the late Julia Collins, of Dublin, took place Tuesday morning, April 25. His death was preceded by a long and painful illness. "Fifteen Years in a British Dungeon," was the subject of a lecture delivered in Dublin by II. II. Wilson, the prisoner. The thrilling story of Eng land's brutality to political prisoners was ably dealt with. Thomas J. Westropp recently read a paper on "Notes on Some of the Lesser 'Castles' or 'Fele Towers' in County Clare." He said travelers in Ireland were impressed with the number of Pele Towers, as they were called in Scotland, but grandiloquently known in Ireland as castles. They were especially to be found along the railway from Limerick to Athenry. Antiquaries were of opinion that the building of these Fele Towers commenced in Scotland in the unsettled times of Robert Bruce, but it was thought that these strongholds were not started until a century later in Ireland. A marble high altar of exceptionally handsome design has been erected in the Catholic church, Burtenport, County Donegal, by the order of Very Rev. Monsignor Walker. The altar has been fashioned according to the Flamboyant period of architecture. Three richly molded panels adorn the frontal of the altar proper, the carving of which is em bleuiatic of Faith, Hope and Charity. A feature of the work is the introduction as shafts, etc., of red granite from Dungloe Quarries. Countv Donegal. The altar is an acquisition to the church of which the parish may well be pioud. On Sunday evening a shocking trag edy took place at the Albert quay, Bel fast, the victim being an unknown man who committed suicide by shooting him self in the head with a revolver. Be tween - and 0 o'clock a number of youths in the vicinity of the quay heard two or three revolver shots, and looking in the direction of some railway tracks observed a man fall forward from the side of one of the carriages. On approaching they were horrified to discover the man ap parently dead, and b'eeding profusely from a wound in the face, and a revolver The unfortunate lvimr under him. man was at once removed to the Royal Hospital where, on examination, life was found to be extinct. A search of de ceased's clothing fai'ed to supply a clew to his identity, but it is surmised' he ar rived in' Belfast on Sunday by the Liver pool steamer Caledonian. On Saturday evening five fat bulls were being driven in to New Ross from Col. Tottenham's place at Killowen, and when within about a mile from the town their feet became sore, and they ran wild in all directions, frightening numbers of people and seriously injuring many Mr. C. W. Carr, an extensive coal merchant in New Ross, had the misfortune of meeting one of the infuriated beasts, and before he could escape to a place of safety was tossed on the animal's horns, and on falling to the ground was trodden on Medical attendance was immediately re- questioned, and it was found that the injured gentleman had sustained a com pound fracture of the leg and two broken ribs. Mrs. Slater, wife of a local pho tographer, was also knocked down, and so seriously injured that she is unable to leave her bed. Many others were also more or less injured. After considerable trouble the maddened animals were se cured and prevented from doing any fur ther injury. boat, belonging While an eight-oare- d to the Shannon Rowing Club, was out for oractice on the Shannon late last evening, its occupants had a narrow es cape. When returning home near Mount Kcnnet auav the wind became rather strong,' and with an ebbing tide against it, the boat became swamped. The trainer, Mr. Gibson, called on those in the boat able to swim to jump into the river in order to insure the safety of those not able to swim. Five of the rowers at once pluckily jumped rut, and remained by the boat until assistance was rendered by the cre w of a vessel at the quay, who put off in a small boat when the alarm was raised, and picked up those who had so courageously left the boat at the re quest of the trainer. The other three rowers were taken off by some fishermen, who towed the swamped boat back to the Shannon Rowing Club Fier. The inci dent was an exciting one while it lastell, nd it is fortunate in the circumstance that no lives were lost. IRISH LIFE SAVERS. that the back rooms were empty, but managed to find a door leading into the front room. It was dark in the room and he had to grope around. In the front room he found an old lady, a Mrs. Scwards, who is from sixty-fiv- e to seventy years of age. He took her to the window in.the smoke, which had become stifling. He opened the window and stood on the window ledge until the firemen arrived. Fireman Thomas Bums, of the engine company at Hicks and Degraw streets, who was on the roof of the burning building, recognizing the peril of his position, threw a rope to him, which he held until a ladder was raised. Mrs. Sewards was taken from another window. The other life saver of the day was Patrolman Thomas F. Wall, also of the Amity-stree- t station, who has also received a silver medal for courage and bravery displayed on a previous occasion. Officer Wall entered the burning building and found Thomas Cody, whom he carried to the street. On the top floor he discovered MOONLIGHT EXCURSION TO HE GIVEN BY THE Irish-Americ- an Friday Evening, June 9, on the Steamer Columbia. Society worth of tickets. HIGH GRADE WHEELS Will be presented to those ladies who cash in fCO Tickets Twenty-fiv- e Cents. Music by Scally's Union Band FRANK FEHR BREWING I IV 60. CO 1 1 POrt ATRD. TRINITY COUNCIL Will Attend the Reception to Supreme President F. J. Kierce. Trinity Council held a largely attended meeting Monday evening, at which an unusual amount of business was transacted. A communication' was received from Hon. Francis J. Kierce, of San Francisco, Supreme President of the Young Men's Institute, announcing the date of his arrival in the city. The Entertainment Committee announced that he would be tendertd a reception at the Club House of Satolli Council, at whichrinity would be well represented. The Corresponding Secretary was instructed to communicate to the editor of the Kentucky Irish American, expressing the sympathy of Trinity Council in the loss of his son in the Philippines. A committee was appointed to escort the Revs. Father Gabriel and Leo to the club house Monday evening, where they will be tendered a reception. This promises to be a most enjoyable affair, and all who can do so should attend. The picnic committee reported everything progressing favorably, and Tom Garvcy stated that the programme was almost ready for publication. It was nnnounced that the Ladies' Auxiliary are making great preparations for their ice cream social on Tuesday evening, May 30. After acting upon one transfer card, adjournment was taken to Monday evening. EARL, OF CORK. Wednesday, April 10, was the seventieth anniversary of the Earl of Cork ' and Orrery, the Premier Irish Earl, whose title as the Earl of Cork dates from October 10, 1020, Lord Cork is one of the few 'Irish peers who are Home Rulers. He nailed his colors to the mast by voting for Mr. Gladstone's home rule bill in the Lords on September 9, 1893. Lord Cork has had no fewer than five and forty years of Parliamentary life. He sat on the Radical side in the House of Commons as member for Frame from 1851 till 1850, when, on the death of his grandfather, he succeeded to the .family honors in Ireland and the English Barony of Marston, which was created in 171.1. Lord Cork's grandfather was the last surviving peer who had a seat both in the English and the Irish House of Lords. He was a member of the Irish House of Lords for eleven years before the Irish Union in 1800, and he was also a member of the English House of Lords as Baron Marston. SENATOR QUAY'S VINDICATION. BREWERS AND BOTTLERS, LOUISVILLE, KY. DANIEL DOUGHERTY. THOMAS KEENAN. We rejoice very sincerely over the re sult of the trial of United States Senator Quay. It was, from the beginning, a persecution, not a prosecution. The prime agent in the. affair was John Wanamaker, who wanted to get Senator Quay's place in the Senate; and as he knew he could not be elected on his own merits, he thought, perhaps, he might be able to get there on Quay's alleged demerits, as presented by him. Wanamaker reminds one of the canting Pharisee who would keep on terms of friendship with God and mammon. He is n shrewd lad, but (he cunningest rogue is sooner or later discovered. John is now in a rage. In Quay's triumph and his own discomfiture the last glimmer of hope of his ever going to the United States Senate has disappeared. Senator Quay did not enter the United States Senate to work for England. He voted n against the alliance. It is in order for the Anglo-Saxonto offer their friend Wanamaker a resolution of condolence Irish World. Anglo-Americas Lieut. Con Hallihan wanted to fine himself for being absent, but when the vote was taken the proposition was voted down. He is never absent unless working for the company. . The Hibernian Knights will shortly present a handsome picture of Company A, in uniform, to the Hall Board. It will be the work of Klauber, and will, be assigned a most prominent place in Hibernian Hall. , On the evening of May 29, the anniversary of Tom Moore, Division 8 of Minneapolis will present a scenorama entitled "Ireland of Today." Hon. John Breuuan, of Sioux City, one of the most eloquent Irishmen in the country and alitor of the Northwestern Catholic, will deliver an address on the occasion'' Division 1, of Elgin, Out., has adopt 1 a resolution expressing "regret that the sovereign of the empire should, at coronation or at any other time, be required to take a declaration against trausubstau-tiatioand by which the sacrifice of the mass and other doctrines of Catholic church are stigmatized as superstitious and idolatrous." As the chair of Gaelic in the Catholic University has already been fully endowed by the Ancient Order of Hibernians, and is very ably filled by Rev. Richard Heuebry, Ph. I)., the bequest of $10,000 for the endowment of the same chair, left by Miss Mary Moran. of Baltimore, Md., and recently deceased in that city, will be used to purchase manuscripts and establish a suitable library of Celtic literature. At the quarterly meeting of the county board of Onondaga county, N. Y., held recently, a resolution was unanimously adopted that a commitee of five be appointed to take charge of a fund which was ordered to be raised among the mem-der- s of the Ancient Order Hiberuians'in Onondaga county, for the purpose of purchasing uniforms and instruments for equipping a drum corps of at least forty boys from among the orphans at the House of Providence. Division 35, of Worcester, Mass., has decided to organize a side arm military company from its membership and to procure regalias for every man in the division. It is intended the regalias and uniforms for the side arm company shall be procured in time to wear at the monster parade of the Hibernians at Boston a year hence when the national convention of the order convenes. There is plenty tf material for a military company of fifty men in the division, as nearly that number have had experience as members of the the Emmets or other State military companies. 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JUL) twenty-seven Sergeant six-barr- t EMBLEM CONTEST 3 Who Is the Most Popular Hibernian? $ et I ii Company A, Hibernian Knights, will It may be from the flush of excite give its third annual excursion on the ment incidental to banquetting with a steamer Columbia to Madison, Carroll-to- n and the Kentucky river on Sunday, lot of land lubbers; it may be from the reflected glory of Dewey, or it may be May 28, and the number of tickets sold from the loss of his sea legs that Capt. insure a large crowd and the success of All Kinds of Coghlan, of the Raleigh, made a big the undertaking. fool of himself when he arose to make The various committees have been hard speeches in New York last week. The at work during the past month, with the Hall, 131 navy officials acted eminently proper result that some new and pleasing featin ordering him back to bis ship, Rocked ures will be introduced for the amusein the cradle of the deep he will ment of young and old people. There have ample time to meditate on how will be an abundance of refreshments, easily a jailor can give people the mal de and those who do not wisli to be bothered MAKER OP FINE j FIRST CLASS mcr when he assumes the stained glass with baskets will be amply provided for. At the last meeting Joe P. Taylor was attitude of an orator. His very undiplomatic reference's to the German naval designated for chief manager, should officers were entirely uncalled for, even Capt. Joe Breen be unable to attend. Joe N. W. Cor. Nineteenth and Duncan. 1708 Seventh Street, though the facts were as he stated. But Lynch was appointed music director and Fine Lunch and Music Saturday Night. Work Guaranteed and Repairing Neatly Owe, this is only a drop in the ocean of our Con O'Leary will have charge of all the -- COONEY. LAWLER- troubles in the Philippines. Syracuse "goods." 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