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Our work la laundering lace curtains at 20c a pair gives en tire satisfaction. Work called for and delivered. First-clas- s serlcc. .MAD. BABEY, 625 Sec ond St. Telephone 2631. rrT TT7ATT7 Am LOUISVILLE: SATURDAY, JUNE 3, 1899. JL. JOHN PRICE FIVE CENTS. JOHN T. BOURKE FOR COUNCILMAN. J. SULLIVAN FOR COUNCILMAN. WORKINGMEN. Their Representatives Held Long1 Business Session Lust Stimlny. Central Labor Union Brings tlio Qiiarryinen and Stonecutters Together. Among the announcements in tills week's issue will be found tlmt of Mr. n and John J. Sullivan, the popular cigar man, who aspires to represent the First ward in the Board of Mr. Sullivan has been in business here for thirty years, starting at the old National Hotel, from which he went to the Fifth Avenue, and afterward to well-knowCoun-cilmen. HAPPILY OBSERVED The Catholic Knights Celebrate Their Twenty-fir- st An- into effect July 1, wonienwill hereafter be admitted, and n branch will be at once instituted in this city, and all Cath-oli- c ladies are extended an invitation to join. 1. The headquarters of the order nrc now located in St. Louis. DISAPPOINTED Are Those AVho Predicted Failure For the New County Councils. t niversary. Avas FATHER NEISING. An Excellent Progrinnio Itemlercd and Greatly Enjoyed. Young Folks WillsGivo a Por- - Hero Are a Few Typical Exam formanco to Assist ples of the Governing Him. Irishmen. A most enjoyable . . Mr. John T. Uourke is announced in these columns as a candidate for Coun cilman from the Fourth ward, subject to the action of the Democratic ptrty. You vote for Councilman at large. Mr. Ilourke is a young man in every way worthy to occupy the position to which he expires. He is a molder by trade, and is thoroughly identified with the Molders' Union and workingmen's interests. He has been TARVIN BANQUET. Pcaco and Commerce With All Nations, Entangling Alliance with None. Hon. Mutt O'Dohcrty'H Able anil Eloquent K espouse to ThutTonst. performance was evening at St. Peter's Gathering: of Notable Men Handsome Sum Realized With given last Sunday und Sauthgate streets, Have Distinguished Themselves Hall, Seventeenth AVilliain Jennings Bryan May Addressed by AV. Brynn to Entertain DeleWhich in America, Franco nnd for the benefit of the desman Catholic Deliver the Labor Day gates and Visitors. nnd Others. Austria. church at St. Matthews.lof which Rev. Oration. Father Neising is pastdrl A large and enthusiastic audience filfed the'spacious hall and a snug little sum was realized. JUDGE WELCOMED BY SUPREME TRUSTEE. TOWS HAPPY REMARKS peoplcTand friends of PROMINENT IN PUBLIC LIFE HERE Manv VISITORS ADDRESS THE DELEGATES. Rev. Neisitnr were unable to attend and requested nnother performance, which anniversary of the will be given at the samejplace tomorrow The Gait House was the scene Wed- The twentv-firs- t "Irishmen are on their trial. " This is A The meeting of the Central Labor Catholic Knights of America was cele evening. phrase which has been constantly on employed by the Lithgow Manufacturing Father Neising was formerly assistant Vfllley Bitnelallic Conventb,on held in lTnion last Sunday was nil interesting one brated bv the united branches of this at the Church of the Immaculate Con- - the lips of the English people of late, Company for many ycars, nnd his father hon of mnlam jenn5ns nryan and transacted. Tos- Mi ....i ........ luicini.es O . waa iicau wt.n. .w . .f.w.... the Willard, .Wl.c.c lie ..... 1.....1 -- lavl. f- - i t.lY Ul llli.lt...G . , UlUllUCl. Xl.u ...j,.-The opinion has been called forth by the has been employed there as a molder Judge Tarvin, the President of the State 111 a IUUSl CIIJUVUUIC mtuiw cph Hehemau, delegate from the Car- At the present time he nauguration of local government in Ire- - since 1853. Mr. Ilourke was bom in the Silver League. Over three hundred audience and with a select penters' union, was caueu 10 u.c uuu, conducts the cigar trade at the Louisville was crowded programme was . i i land, and the new system has been de- - Fourth ward, where he lias hosts ot guests were present at the banquet. reimereu, owing to the temporary absence of Presi- and Willard Hotels, and stands very high a splendid scribed as "an experiment," "a leap in friends, who will flock to his standard at While the banquet was being served Mr. every number of which was generously McGill. dent in the business community. the dark," of which none can fortell the the coming November electton No bet- T. M. Gilmore, the toastmaster, intromany being encored a number Mr. Thomas Mangan, of Cincinnati, Mr. Sullivan is a member of the Irish- - applauded, ter selection could possibly be made for duced the speakers of the evening. consequences. who was in the city as the representative American and other fraternal societies, of times. He is a sterling Democrat Judge Tarvin, the President of the was made by Let us take a few typical examples of Councilman. The address of welcome of President Donnelly, of the Interna-tion- being one of the grand officers of the Y. the governing Irishmen. Let us glance and stands squarely on the Chicago plat League, in a short address thanked the present, M. I. for the Southern States. He is Hon. C. W. Smith, of this city, one ot Typographical Union, was at the careers of some compatriots who form. thp National Supreme Trustees of the Young Mens' Democratic Club for what and was invited to a seat with the married and has an interesting family, t It r rf1 ii ittttnr It nit a they hitd done in honor of him. order. He told of the great work being chairman. being on Rubel avenue. done by this society, and commended it EXCURSION, Judge Tarvin was followed by the Hon. his residence tinutty of the national character, the MOONLIGHT The credentials of Messrs. John Howes, That his nomination would add strength to his hearers, setting forth its many character first exemplified in the ancient William J. Bryan. In a speech replete Union, to the ticket there is no doubt, and Ins renrcsentinir the Stereotypers' Brehou laws, one of the wisest, justcst His talk was short but with oratory and facts, among other and Jamas Daly, from the eiecl;on wouu jusure the city an efiicient advantages. John Hannoii and most elaborate code of laws drawn Large Crowd Will Accompany things he said that the Chicago platcreated a most favorable impression, after i.mi Ilrotliernoou 01 honest member of the Council. a,i Sociup in any age or country, the character which followed music by the orchestra, form was not written for one campaign, the Irish-Americ- an of America, and Joseph bchelller, trom tumorous which again asserted itself in 1782, the dialogues, comic songs, and although the Democratic party was ety Friday Night. received the Federal Labor Union, were FOR BOSTONi era of Irish legislative independence, speeches, negro and German dialpct se defeated in the last contest, the principles aim uie ucicguica when, in the words of Grattan, "public lections and solos by local talent, all of for winch it contended were bound to A communication was received from prosperity so crowded on the heel of the The moonlight excursion up the Ohio triumph. which were of a very high order. The tobacco workers, which was referred A Lartro Crowd Enjoys the the statute that the powers of nature seemed river Friday evening, under the auspices reappearance of the famous original "Old Bryan's speech was received with tre to the Organization Committee, with inn Society, promises mendous enthusiasm. to stand at the right hand of Parlta of the Hickory Quintet," consistering ot llieo. Trip to tho Kentucky structions to render them such assistance to be one of the most enjoyable of the ment." Krieeer, Ben Speaker, M. Reichert, Pete After Mr. Bryan concluded his speech River. as may be necessary in unifying those martin d. FiTzrjmnoNS. Spain, France and Austria are the season. The gentlemen having the affair he immediately took the train for MamAmliing and Henry Schaefer, introducing encased in this industry new souks and imitations of calliope, ception, and his friends in this city are three countries in which Irishmen have in charge will leave nothing undone m moth Cave. Delegates from the Bootblacks' Union The excursion to Madison and the brass band and banjo, was a pleasing takinir deep interest in the work of his chiefly attained renown, both as soldiers the way of providing entertainment for He was followed by Hon. C. K. nrpPiiip.l the label adopted by their Kentucky river last Sunday under the feature, and they were warmly greeted new mission, which bid? fair to accom- and statesmen, but their footprints may the excursionists. Wheeler, who spoke on the American union, which will hereafter be displayed been Large numbers of tickets have also be traced in the camps and Senates ot company A, iiinerniaii The most popular milliner on uie pro plish much toward its advancement. Army and Navy. He said that while nt nil union stands. The committee that auspices a one as will gramme was uie soprano soio oi .urs. The programme consists of two parts, of Russia and Holland, Barvaria, Portti- - disposed of and several young ladies will Dewey was accorded all honor for his assisting them was discharged Knights, was as enjoyable had been presented with prize wheels. That it b comedy, and gal and Poland. leave the city this season. The boat was George Krippenstapel, who was raptur- "Invited to Tea," n one-ac- t achievements in the Orient, Schley was President McGill accompanied Misses crowded' to its fullest capacity and several ously encoied. She is one of the finest From the flight of the earls down to-- will prove a social and financial success also one of the heroes of the late war, 'Clouds and Sunshine," a drama in three Dudley, Mary D. Anderson and S. E. and we would advise hundred dollars were realized. This snipers in this citv. and her admirers acts and five scenes. Ned Risley and the present day the names of Irishmen there is no doubt, renresentintr the Neighborhood House, money will be added to a fund which is evidenced their appreciation in the hand- - Edward Howard will assume the leading have been entwined with the fortunes of all who wish to spend a pleasant eveinng and while Shafter was the ranking Major General iu Cuba, everyone knows assemblage, and introduced them to the being raised to defray the expenses of SOme floral offerings with which they roles in the former. The cast will also Spain. O'Donell, Dictator of Madrid; to take advantage of this opportunity. that Joe Wheeler was the brains and the delivered a pleasing ad Miss Anderson n amateurs as O'Reilly, Embassador from Spain to the Those wishing tickets can procure them action of the glorious campaign in that the trip of the company to the national showered her. include such dress, pivimr a brief synopsis of the ob convention to be held in Boston next The Old Herold Mandolin and Guitar Misses Lillian Kirley, Gertrude Herbold, Court of Louis XIV.; Patrick Lawless, at this office. island. iecta of the institution. She explained year. Company A is anxious to make a Club, the three Sltreck brothers and A. Margaret Lardner, Elizabeth O'Brien, Embassador from Portugal to the same 7 I O Indrra TtMotf Mint f rl lAtttiil t mia r that a study of the conditions of the showing upon that occasion that will re- - Smith and C. Gall, rendered several se- - Blanche Bronnert, amrMessrs; Martin court; O'Sullivan,-- Grandee of Spam; v... .. ukc ...cr -"- "those neatly turned speeches for which poor was being made with the purpose of ilect credit upon Louisville and Ken- - lections, and were compelled to respond Fitzgibbons, Henry Newman, James Ken O'Reilly, Kavanagh and Nugent, Aus Tiiilcip fa. thp j 0- - iq fnninns. Tfi snliiprt was j bettering their condition. The move- - I tuckv. nnd the assistance of our citizens . , j". lo . encores, after which Toe Crush sttr- nedy, Joseph Doerhoefer, Geo. McCrann trian Marshals; Lacy and Browne, Rus- our next issue, "The Uncrowned Queens of America." ment originated in the quarters occupied n them Jn theJr lauilal)le body by his proficiency as d Graess. Will Hutti and Frank sian Marshals, and these are a few of the Henrv J He spoke of all the famous women of 1... tl.o nnnr ill T.O1H1011. alld WaS llltro-- 1 EUCHRE AND DANCE. . names which spring to one's mind. .... ,oon purpose. club swincer. his rerformauce clearly Baker. . history of their deeds for the elevation duced in tins country in uub. ... ioo. tQ ,eft un(lone The O'Donells of Spain, theTaafes of iotW w surpassing that of many professionals, Mr. Fitzgibbons, who will play the role , The members of St. Cecilia's Branch of the human race, and especially of the The house tuere is ope, vo to the pleasure of the occasion, and each Jake Graft's lecture on "Topics ot Uie of the villain in "Clouds and Sunshine," Austria and the MacMahons of France No. 5, C. K. and L. of A., will give a pro mothers who gave up their sons to fight evenings being devoted to the discussion to perform. Many Dav" was very witty, and several of Ins is a young man who has gained quite a are perhaps the foremost. O'Donell, - ,,ad duties k1c null nmw Htlllir.irpS .., gressive euchre and dance on Thursday for their country iu the recent war with oif econuiuiv. ...t. lipnnl to exnress the hone that the local hits were warmly applauded , , reputation as an actor, and success seems Duke of Teluan, is one of the most in 8, at Fountain Ferry Park. Spain. several classes and clubs composed en company would give another during the Ben Speaker and Theo. Kneger added sure to toiiow mm in ins cnoscii pro fluetttial Grandees of Spam, a position evening, June Mr. David K. Murray tlien spoke on laboring men, and special at tirelv of which he and his ancestors have gained The euchre will commence promptly at the subject, "We should not keep the summer. Where each member contrib greatly to their reputation as refined fession. tention is being given to the trades union uted so much to its success it would be sketch artists, introducing a pleasing in recognition of valuable services ren 8:30 and continue until 10:30, followed by Philippines." Suffice to say that Mr. movement. The whole plan is based on unjust to select any for particular men sketch with new songs and witty sayings, RISING YOUNG DEMOCRAT. dered to the State. The career of the a dance for the enjoyment of those who Murray handled the jingoes without the idea of universal brotherhood. There tion. n Taafes Is no less illustri wish to "trip the light fantastic" An gloves. He said that from the way The basso solo of V. J. Shreck, "Rocked cents will be In another column will be found the ous. During Uie sevciueenut and etgni admission of twentv-fiv- e is only one branch south of the Ohio events are moving now our Chief in tne Lradie ot lite ueep, receive.. card of Mr. John B. Campbell, whose GARRISON FOR COUNCILMAN.. river, and that is the one locited on Jef have been charged, which will allow you to partici Executive would be known as the great applause, as did also the violin solo cut is presented in this article, announc centh centuries their names street in this city. pate in. both euchre nnd dance. The ferson blazoned on the roll of Imperial Austria was Mr. James W. Garrison, who is a can of Miss Nettie Holletikamp, who his candidacy for Councilman from Nicholas Taafe, Field Marshal, who in ladies and gentlemen comprising this President of the United States and the The Chairman also introduced Mr. compelled- to respond to encores. Miss imr j as Emperor of all the Philippines. Ti.nmna Mnncan. who made a short but didate for Councilman from the Fifth 1738 won the famous victory of Belgrade ilivision are enternrtsinir "hustlers," John P. Altgeld spoke well received ward, subject to the action of the Demo- - Hollenkamp is an excellent and gracettu telling speech, which was over the Turks, and whose son succeeded has been proven often in the past, and for about half an hour on "Government performer, and should take high rank in certainly deserve any patronage which He explained his mission here in the in- - cratic primary, is one of the most promt him in turn to the post of Chamberlain , musical circles. to and Municipal Ownership of Public terests of the stereotypers -- and told of the nent of1. the younger members of the Lou- - Frank Ackerman and Joe Piazza were to the Emperor, is a picturesque figure may be shown them. Now let's get Hi f il.nt- trndA -. .Ml.. Tin tno vimtnv hAfnrA rl "fPM gether and swell the attendance next Franchises." He handled the subject in "l l"Ul of .X-nffibut as an . example ... ,administrative gen I orlRlnaX in their negro oddities, keeping . . .. Durintr his speech . !.. Tlmrcilfiv n inht and show them that we a masterful manner. -j.v au.rougi.wuw j, . ...j.- i -: tus Uie late mine minister, louiu rrancis "i.i ...i !..' the large audience convulsed with laugn 1,a xrta frpmiptitlv fllpprpil , Dltrl urllpn lip ...-...- .j u quu.n, juaruii, o. u.c - appreciate u.cr c..lCiH..ac. Chairman James Taafe, is the most notable. He is recogter. which compelled their return before I irtrtl-- 111Q cpnt l.p u'fl, tirnrtiili., -rtrmlnililpfl . y " Day .Committee, . rcporieu progress ... u.- - nous puouc servu.u. j.. fI,e tl.ir.l time nized as one of the ablest rf AtiQlri.i's . ... .III. mrnM1a nl IrttW .n . ...... .t ..it 1 i rx ... ... f i' ueorge ireu Williams spoke ot "iue SIAIUN SIlULllAhCK rUK ujuniiuuAn. rancttig tor a mui.u uuscivam-cu-t ni n (lint vu..cu statesmen, and it is a significant fact that Michael Reichert and Henry Schaefer Mnnev of thp. Constitution." lion Matt holiday. The committee and rresutent during uepasiic.i years lie nas auaineu .,.ii., ,:,!, M.e "Stmlin his policy always trended in the direction Mr. Simon Shulhafer is a candidate for Q'Dohertv took for his subiect. "Peace McGifl were instructed to invite William a wide popularity among an classes ui i f of extending powers of in Italy." The lightning sketching Councilman from the Sixth ward, subject and Commerce with all Nations; En Jennings Bryan to deliver the Labor day business and laboring men In the city. to the various nationalities composing to the action of the Democratic primary, tangling Alliances with and energetic, Mr. Reichert was one ot tne surprises oi None." He Mr. Garrison is young oration and be the guest of the Central evening, and his drawing of the the empire. He was a Federalist. In Tune-- 12. Councihnen are voted for all said: public-snirite- d and procressivs, and his the Labor Union upon that occasion. Many 1870, the year in which Isaac Burt started over the city. Maine was cheered bv the entire audi Mr. Shulhafer is a wellMr. Chairman: The sentiment con are of the opinion that Mr. Bryan will friends are confident that he will advo ence, who seemed loath to part with him his home rule movement, Count Taafe known business man, and has successfully tained iu the toast just proposed is one invitation, which would bring cate measures of general interest to the accent the recommended the Austrian Emperor, as The performance concluded with the that sliould be dear to the heart of every an immense throng of visitors to this a member of his ministry, to grant auton farce entitled "Moving In," witli Joe American citizen. The lesson it teaches citv. Ulmer and Joe Hill assuming the leading the Twelfth ward. Mr. Campbell has omy to Bohemia. conies to us from the hallowed lips of the In the matter of the difference existing The natural ability of the Irishman for characters, and they took their parts to been a resident of the Twelfth ward for fathers and founders of our republic and the Quarrymen's Union and the between the satisfaction of their friends. Mr. the past ten years, and, like his father. ruling was strikingly recognized at the almost iu their exact words. It embodies Hard Stone Cutters, the Grievance Com allies of the Michael Reichert proved his ability as a Mr. Barney Campbell, has hosts of mends time the French acted as the wisdom of every great American mittee recommended that each organiza The officers of the Irish director and stage manager, in all parts of the citv. He is a young new republic. statesman from Washington to Lincoln, tion be allowed to work on any stone and was man of good business ability, being one Brigade under Lafayette, whose regi On the whole, the entertainment from Lincoln to Blaine, and from Blaine "v v'W iet out stone for any purpose or person, one ot the most enjoyaoie given ims of the firm of B. Campbell & Sons, and a ments emratred in the campaign, were to Bryan. It is as distinctively American of the respective provided the scales praise can not be vote cast for him will assist in giving appointed Governors of the West Indian vear. and too much as is the great fundamental truth which are observed. It is probable unions bestowed upon Messrs. Louis M. Hamel, Louisville a Councilman whose integrity Islands, which they had previously .cotiwe have adopted as our own that governthat this matter will be settled to the O'Duntt became Governor of Joe McGinn, H. Veneman, John J. Score, and purpose are surpassed by none. The nuered. ments derive all their just powers from of all parties in the very near Edmund Rapp, William T. Median and young men of the city should give hint Granada, Dillon of St. Christopher and the consent of the governed. Yet am I future. of St. Eustache. The ad efforts to make it the suc their hearty support. Fitzmaurice others for their aware that the. sentiment proposed, wise The Organization Committed received ministration of these Governors was cess that it proved to be. Messrs. Hamel, as we believe it and American as we 5.,in!mi in visit the musicians and McGinn and Veneman have devoted a COMMERCIAL CONVENTION. equally praised by the English, French know it to be, must by its very terms press feeders at their next meetings, great deal of time and labor during the and American Governments. d faction give offense to that were accepted which Of all countries, the Uhitcd States is past two months to the service of the did of degenerate Americans whose theories The new constitution and united branches, with the result that a Our State and Local Business that in which the Irish element is the of government, or rather of misgovern-men- t, not arrive at the meeting Sunday, al sum has been realized with most prominent in public life. For the those wish- - city, and in the event of his election to handsome it implicity if not explicitly conInterests Wisely Conthough they were printed, but af conducted the plumbing business here purposes of our argument it perhaps which to entertain the many delegates demns. copies can obtain them from the ti,e General Council feel that he may be and visitors who will attend the convett ing sidered. fords a better illustration than do the for twenty years. It is said that a man Iu their eyes, and tested by the stand- relied upon to support no class or clique tion officers or committeemen. for countries .above who can properly conduct his own private flr(s whjch t h President McGill stated that the doors leoislation which intent prove detri- of The order of the Catholic Knights ' rmitiiipnt or Kurone the Irishmen wllo nfFnira rnn nlsn ninnnt'e nublic business ill to which I am to respond, "Peace with The second annual State commercial of the Central Labor Union were open to mental to the best interests of the city. America'was founded at Nashville, Tenn tor U)e same have distinguished themselves belong Mr shulhafer has never all nations and entangling alliance with Mr. Garrison is a member of several in 1877, under the spiritual direction of convention concluded its business for this the most part to the aristocracy, but an those bodies which had recently wiui j jn pontics ami has never taken aiiy none," falls only a shade or two short of time they wanted to secret. societies and has a large personal Archbishop Feeltan, of Chicago, at that year Tuesday afterndon, followed by drawn, and any uieTepuDiic ot uie west .i . mc bitter political contro t wj,atever return their delegates would receive a following. His law offices are at 317 time Bishop of Nashville, who christened reception at the Gait House at niglit, and not the classes, who administer public vers:es. t., in plumbing business he being rankest treason, and as for that the other great American document already street, and he has been a resident of it with the name it now bears. The first was the finish of a meeting that should Fifth rnrrtial welcome. -- .. -worn in u H.iai.o, a line ot nrsi-ciatt. f nrnnni Joseph Heheman extended an invila the Fifth ward for the past ten years. In session of the Supreme Council was held certainly have its force on the commer rnilttP.1 tliPinsplves of the respons b 1 tv controls .... .1. ..... 01 u,c .1 i t. i.o !"""" " .r nwi . 1.1. . u is but a necessary compliment, that gov .. . the excursion and picnic to becoming a candidate for Councilman in this city in July, 1878, and Hon. W. cial development of the Commonwealth as f ...., vans tion to attend as j.uvc mc ....m... u. ........ p,Ilriiove(i skil ed union labor atld lias miu.uiy creaiiauiy ernments derive their just powers from The resolutions adopted must be re country elsewhere, be civett by the Carpenters' union on Mr. Garrison has been prompted only uy C. Smith, President of Branch 4, which In this re- - the consent of the governed we are paid good salaries for work. day will be spent at Fern the best motives and through an earnest position he has held since 1878, was elect- - garded with respect and consideration all Tune 4. The . na w.ii ns j aii others. he has been ' I,. 71, From the time when Dillon of Uie .. .. U5Sureu "J. lucm ulal " 13 " "pioaeii uestre to serve ins consuiueius aim wic ed the first Supreme President. Since over the State, as they treat on subjects Trial, nriirnilp Pmrprlv demanded leave of 7 .7 GVove, -.1 0 .' . tne siauuca ir.enu. uit uic iuhiiS i n,.tup,l. tl,t up" . . . .. nttmr imttprfl were referred to commit- - citv at laree. He has pushed his canvass then sessions of the Supreme Council have of great importance, not .only to the titer T . i. ' V11T anihorlf liio rAirimphf t n T1,e PePle arc aSK,uS IO ?P",C,JL the have passed by rapid gradation, by a sort to energetically in the hope that his candi-- : been held in Indianapolis, Cincinnati, St. chant, manufacturer, farmer and profes : tees, and the next meeting promises t American forces to the present ness men to represent them in join the , dacv mav meet the approval of the Dem- '. of inverted evolution, from government to every citizen of the .. . be a busy one, anu eac. u.K..u... ,s d foreone Louis, New York City, Chicago, Chatta stoual man, but consent to government by injunction as they relate to grand-nepheurged to have its delegates present. of the Ulster '98 man, sits hafer has the stroiig.indorsement of the by conclusion that he will receive a high nooga, Philadelphia, Omaha, Mobile and State as well, inasmuch and from government by injunction to the present oppressive system of taxa ,t ti Whit TTnnsp. , Trrslinieii have been I ttUUI popular vote. Kansas City. ' ' government by the sword. SCHOOL PICNIC. The reports submitted at the recent tion. the ntiestion of cood roads, the ioremoSl in luc u u .......j, SETTLED. FITZOERALD DEAD. prod I haveNspoken of these men as degenKansas City session shows the order to question of fair play for Kentucky of the great republic. nienir! for the SCllOol cllil erate Americans. If they are Americans condition and ucts in Kentucky, and others equally as n The differences existing between the be in a most prosperous r M.t. ritv will take place next Fri- The proportion of Irishmen occupying inm.T. Fitzgerald, the , , at all, it is by the accident of birth only. l,lli. - steadily gaiuing in membership. At this important. the post of Governor of British colonies Carnenter. died at his home on Eight This faction, for despite their clamor .lav at Cherokee Park, and the little ones I stereotypers aim mc novate. j,uu..o..- Hon. Edward T. McDermott was one and dependencies, or engaged in other order voted $50 000 to gtreet Thursday morning. He is they are, after all, but a small faction of areeacerly awaiting 'the arrival of that I ers of this city were settled to the satis- . convention the the PnllioHe Universltv of the speakers, and his address was pro ,lnW n rlioir in i m. and legislative work surviVed by a wife and one child. They administrative ntuuu ui(.n wuw.iuvu. r Tvr0 Tl,n,oo nr...iM.ra iiF tne jsciioni noaru are r uay. " nounced one of the finest beard in the .,,!,,! CONTINUED ON THIRD PACK. ... iiMuiuti d.io event, winrii 14 Ii Aiauean hiiu wiuiuui iu. tn -- ,, uiiusm.uiii . uy a cuange t have our sympathy. nOW BITB.IE.11K CONTINUED ON THIRD PACK. ." in uie laws, wuicu Ko. convention. for the stereotypers. nmilaritv. ...:!.. - HE J. out-of-to- ' 1 I Y .!., - al Irish-America- well-know- - - - u.wr... . I '"t"'- Irish-Austria- STL "-- "J;;,.:.",: Z Tta m. "'"',,,',.,. -. I . I I I I - . I I mm fit! loud-mouthe- by-la- t! ' ion, .... v.:;;;,..... "-.- ss I ...i, ,, ,,,,, c.iu.nt "":.:lt'J .1.-1- :,!.. ir". : I .!, 1 I . .... ui.. j well-know- r. " JM..,l I itr.l.ttn Jo KG&is'ruaicY irwcsn KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. MttMIIMIMMItllllltMMM American, 69S9S9S963SSS959S9SaS9SS69 I SOCIETY. 1 HIBERNIANS. What They Have Been Doing the Past Week General News Notes. Devoted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all 2V1. Irish Americans Thomas Horn, Jr. of Jeffersouville, is in Chicago. T. J. Gill was registered nt West Baden Springs this week. WIITvIAM HIGGIN8, PubllHlior. SINGLE COPY, 5c. Sccoiid-Clns- nun ennnn YOU citic $10.00 h Division C of St. Paul will shortly give an excursion on the Mississippi river. s Matter. Flittered at tlto Louisville Postofflce os is five Division 1 of Duluth, Minn., at its last Prank Brucker has been spending n meeting nominated officers, the election Addiers all Communications to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, 326 Weal Qrecn Street. few days nt West Baden Springs. to occur June 21. is Mr. Robert Glcason, of Ohio avenue, Joe Lynch can secure the position of Jeffersouville, is ill with malarial fever. Music Director for the entire otder in gTRADES(itr ilCfiU Prank Collier was among the Louis-villia- this city if he desires it. spending a few days nt West Leominster, Mass., with a population of 10,000, boasts of two flourishing diSATURDAY, JUNK 3, 1S99. Baden. LOUISVILLE, KY visions and a ladies' auxiliary. Miss Maggie Judge has returned to the Division 1 of St. Paul held its annual PEOPLE ABOVE ALL PARTIES. eras and deeds in Ireland, but it is city, after spending two months in New ball Monday evening, nud n first-claof and with the future that the York City. time was had by those who attended. . The gravity of the situation in A branch of the ladies' auxiliary was Maginnis has returned to Mr. William Irish' people are to deal. If it were flu-wo- ol Ireland, so far as concerns the New Orleans, after a short visit with instituted in St. Augustine's Hall, South possible, it were best if Irishmen Boston, by Mrs. D. C. Finley, the County friends in this city. future welfare of the people, seems could forget much of their past; but President. to be appreciated by the thoughtful Mrs. John Hughes and children have as that can not be, they must John Yenner is satisfied with the showgone to Harbor Point, Mich., where they ing his ball team has made thus far. The men of all parties, including many smother their anguish, repress their will spend the summer. players are anxious to meet a nine from who have not heretofore been looked indignation, restrain their animosdouble-breaste- d, Eugene McKenna entertained the Jef- Division 4. fashupon as favorable to Irish nationaldouble-breaste- d ity, bridle their tongues, and, fersouville High School class of '!)!) at his Dan Harnedy says it was the greatest single-breaste- d, disapity. These latter manifest no excursion, socially and financially, ever prompted solely by love of country, home Wednesday evening. builds-sl- im, F.or given under the allspices of the Hiberpointment over their recent defeat predisposed to forgive aud sacrifice William Nieder, the grocer, has been nians of Louisville. by the more advanced national elemany lifelong yean ings, meet as enjoying n rest and a course of the The Young Men's Division will elect waters at West Baden Springs. ment, but seem disposed to accept officers on Tuesday evening, June f, and children of a common country, dethe change, and some of them venMiss Emma Krebs, of Chicago, has President McCarthy would like to see all vote their sober, earnest, deepest, been spending several days with Miss the members present. being deture suggestions, which, best thought to the problem, agree Carrie Carney, 1002 Fifth street. Joe Taylor and'Con Hallihan certainly void of all sentimentalist!!, are wise detsrve the thanks of the Knights for aud unite in the effort of Ireland's Judge and Mrs. Sterling B. Toney and what they done to make the excursion and dispassionate views from the history to successfully conduct gov- Mr. Bnrge Toney will spend the summer the great success, it was. standpoint of fact, admonitions ernment by the people in a way to with Mrs. Darwin Johnson at Pcwee ValThe Ladies' Auxiliary of Milwaukee against rashness, looking to more ley. gave their third annual May party at Quincv and Weymouth. President T. B benefit the people, better their concertain and lasting national unity Mrs. M. D. Welsh, of Lincoln, Neb., University Hall Tuesday evening, which Rcid made a speech of welcome. Th dition, advance their interests, banarrived in the city this week, and is the was the most enjoyable yet given. and progress. programme consisted of an entertain ish factional and sectional strife, guest of Mrs. J. M. Chatterson, of Garvin Many were heard to remark after re- uieut, banquet ond dancing. Among those is Lord Castletown turning home that Martin Sheehan and so that, differ as they may, as Irish- Place. The first annual convention of the Candidate for for a Unionist. He approves of the They Tim Broderick were everywhere. men they will unite as one against Miss Ethel McDonald, who for some saw that their guests had nn enjoyable Daughters of Erin, for the purpose of Councils, as he has always held that electing a county board, was held in the world. A hard task, not to be months past has been visiting her sister, time. Hibernian. Hall, Providence, the latter Ireland was entitled to the same accomplished by Mrs. Branmn Sherley, will leave next The County Board has appointed resolutions or party part of May. It was the first gathering week for her home in Chicago. local government as the English general committee to makearraugemants of its kind in Rhode Island. State I'resi struggles, but by wise, just, broad City nt large, subject to action Democratic Primary. for the annual picnic of the order in St and believes that more of home rule Quinu, State Treasurer Madden Mr, Will and liberal legislation and exercise ville are gladReilly'shefriends in Jefferson Paul, which will be held in the near dent County President Dillon and a largi has almost entirely that will come eventually to the Iris of power on a national basis for the recovered from the effects of the opera future. number of ladies of the order were pres DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY, JUNE 12. act if the Councils people The members of Division 1 ana 4 are cut. There were five divisions, repre good and betterment of all, teach tion which he underwent recently. He delegates. hard at work for their coming celebra sented by twenty-fiv- e wiselv on business lines. After ing that the people's rights must be Miss Jessie Newman, the handsome lions, the former the jubilee nt Riverview the opening of the proceedings the Presi savs the Councils should con subservient to and respected by al and accomplished daughter of Mr. and Park nud the latter its picnic at Lion dents of the divisions were appotnted Mrs. J. R. Newman, and Mr. Eugene Le Garden. principally to fine themselves credential committee. State President parties; a government ot the peo Comptc, n prominent Main-streman County President John W. Dorsey, of Quinu, the first speaker, welcomed the questions of local administration pie, by CANDIDATK l'OR the people, to be other than will be united in marriage Wednesday Syracuse, has been appointed Civil Ser delegates. Mrs. P, J. Finley, of Provi taxation, financial and business af afternoon, June 14. an oligarch' of despotism, must be vice Commissioner, and the Catholic Sun dence, was elected President. fairs of their constituencies, and The annual banquet of the Alethea compliments Mayor McGuire on his se for the people all the people. Ire JUDGE where they find that any uneqtia land will lection. Wil Society of the Girls' High School 1G has her opportunity. at George Healy and Tom Kelly saw to it take place on the evening of June burden or injustice is borne by their Irishmen prove capable of self the home of Miss Agnes Osborne, 12 that none of the excursionists had cob Subject to the action of the Democratic party. people under the law or in its en webs in their government? It rests with them. East Broadway. These banquets have distinguished throats, while Con O'Leary The Hibernian Excursion Was a Success himself ns Commissary proven very enjoyable, and this one is forcement, to vigorously seek re The Shan Van Vocht looked forward to with pleasant antici General. by meetings and speeches dress, not We are sarry to note that the pation by the young ladies. Hon. John T. Keating, National Presi and Other News. but in a practical way by needed Dispatch has fallen to blackguard dent, was in St. Paul last Sunday. He The marriage of Miss Mamie Malone was the guest of the Hibernians of Ram legislation or in the courts. That ism in politics, which only recently and P. J. Hourigan was solemnized TueS' IS A CANDIDATE FOR to bring about more uniform loca it so justly condemned in some of day morning by Rev. Father O'Grady, sey county, and delivered an address to Special Letter to the Kentucky Irish American.! the Irish people Sunday afternoon. laws the Councils should endeavor its contemporaries. Its wanton at The bride aud groom are well known and Frankport, Ky., June 2. It is plain Division 3 of bt. Paul is strong nuni will to secure for Ireland the approva tack on Alderman William Patter very popular in the East End, and erically and financially, and President ly evident from the tone of Shelby ville'; Subject to the action of the Democratic primary, June 12. make their home in the Highlands upon of legislative bills for her people son will do it no good, nor will it do returning from a bridal trip to the East Hickey is adding to its popularity every correspondent in last week's Kentucky DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY, JUNE 12. day, says the Irish Standard. Its mem But he disapproves of the Councils Mr. Patterson any harm. He is too The bride was attired in a handsome blue bers will enjoy a moonlight excursion Irish American that the Frankfort letter of two weeks ago aroused the ire of our entertaining or adopting resolutions well known iu this city, where he traveling gown. this evening. esteemed friend, who prides himself on The Hibernian Knights of Lynn, Mass. keeping his identity a secret. I will pass The euchre given at Hibernian Hall demanding home rule for Irelaud has lived all his life, and any asper to form are making arrangements Monday night was a great success. as premature, a departure from sionson his character will be resent withstanding the rain, a large crowd Not ladies' auxiliary. The attention of 1 over all but two remarks. Iu the first he was their real and more pressing duties of ed even by his political enemies. If present aud the games were spirited and number, of members of Company A of states, after eulogizing Shelbyville's mer Is a candidate for the its and claims for the capital, that she perfecting and carrying on the loca! Mr. Patterson has become rich, it interesting. The ladies' first prize was this city, Joe Taylor included, is called (Shelbyville) would receive the "Moss captured by Miss Anna Pope. The other to the foregoing. back legislators" and, having "every iu government of their districts; in a uoes "not tonow tnat because lie is prize winners were Mrs. Michael Hickey, From the Eleventh and Twelfth wards, subject to the The universally expressed opinion was fluence of good, send them back to their action of the Democmic party. dis in politics and opposes Miss Brown, Mr. Smith and a few others, that Pete Linskey and Joe McCarthy, measure partisan and likely to the Dispatch constituents wiser and soberer men." It Platform Joe C. S. Blackburn for Senator, indorse-mn- t whose names were not learned. After who kept all iu roars of laughter while is said that "charity begins at home,' turb the peace and harmony of the that he has been guilty of dishonest of the Chicago platform, and the renomination of the euchre the merry crowd danced until on the river trip', had missed their voca William J. Bryan 111 1900. in support of the Councils methods; on the contrary, it is wel late iu the evening. Mrs. Jennie Burke tion and should occupy a prominent and why, I would respectfully ask, should people not the "invincible Shelby" commence in the real purposes for which they known that he is an energetic, live proved an excellent hostess, and was place on the Stage. this good work at once by practicing ly requested to be at A. O. H. Hall at t care of the large ; All the divisions of the order took part upon the late Representative from that a. in. and take part in the election. are established that the success of business man, whose success has ably assisted iu taking Newman, Josepl: party by Messrs. Jerry The race for Jailer of Franklin county , in the Memorial day parade at Mimic county? Then Shelbyville may stand will be likely fol not put him above respecting every P. Taylor and Dr. George Luckett. local home rule ... apolis Tuesday. President O'Connor was some chance of laying claim to the capi is uecoiuiiig preuy warm anil win un- ' lowed by national home rule. one deserving of respect. Scurril O. The wedding of Mr. Charles Mivelaz the Grand Marshal of the Hibernian tal of Kentucky and of entertaining the doubtedly reach "blood heat" by August Lord Castletown'ssuggestions are ous attacks on Billy will only gain and Miss Minnie Cook was solemnized nt division, which was headed by the Hi next Governor of this proud old Com 11, the date set for the primary. There DIVISION 1 monwealth. He also says that Frankfort are several candidates, but Jos. Holtou, the Cathedral Tuesday afternoon, Rev. berniau band of Ramsey county. wise, his advice sound, and his him votes. on people "point out with pride the dilapi who is running in the interest of Mrs. Meetsday the Second and Fourth TuesFather Rock officiating. The bride Last Saturday was the twenty-sevent- h Evenings of Each Month. warning of dauger in the County one of Louisville's most interesting young anniversary of the Fenian invasion of dated concern called the Governor's Alley, widow of the late James Alley, President Edward Clancy. The following item from an un ladies, the groom being one of the well- - Canada, and the event was celebrated by Mansion to visitors to the capital city who died in office a few weeks ago, it is Vice President Thomas Dolan. Councils taking up so soon the ques Recording Secretary L. D. Perranda. reception nt Hibernian Hall, Bridge In this we believe our friend jerrs, ns believed will win without any trouble. tion of national home rule is entitled known contemporary may interest known Mivelaz Brothers, proprietors of Financial Secretary Peter Cusick, 132 Messrs. Mart O'Brien, Thos. Doyle and the American restaurant. After the cere port, Conn., where the memories of by- there is not a man, woman or child iu to serious consideration, and gen our correspondents: "Seud .your mony they were the guests of honor at gone days were renewed by many promi Frankfort that could "point out with Pat Phiflie, late of this city, but now of Twentieth street. Treasurer John Mulloy. pride" the barn the Governors of Ken Cincinnati, met the excursion from of he and others items of news when they are fresh. the residence of Mr. Louis Mivelaz, 814 nent Irishmen. erallv the views tucky have been for years forced to live Fruukfort and shook hands with all their street. The happy couple DIVISION 2 At the last meeting of Division 3 of who have opposed nationalism are We don't like to publish a birth Twenty-fourt- h friends. have gone to housekeeping ao 2337 West Bridgeport, Conn., a number of Irish in. Meets on the Second and Fourth ThursDiyision No. 1 is indebted to Mr. David after the child is weaned, a mar Chestnut street, where they are at home We would advise "Shan Van Vocht" being so regarded. day Evenings of Each Month. papers were subscribed for the use of the to taken day off some time aud run up to Davis for valuable assistance rendered President William T. Meehan. acquaintances. They have the members in the hall, aud the Advocate The partisans, of course, doubt riage after the honeymoon is over, to their Vice President Thomas Camfield. Frankfort and view the most beautiful in running the refreshment stand on the n host of their sincerity, pick flaws, hint at a death after the widow is married best wishes of through life. friends for says if all Irish readers, would patronize city of Kentucky. Frankfort has to be train. Recording Secretary J. Charles Obst. i). 1. m. happy journey n Financial Secretary John T. Ke.mey, literature as liberally as seen to be appreciated, and it is plainly covert treachery. But again, nor the notice of an enter schemes and 1333 Rogers street. the above division does our apers would evident that "Shan Van Vocht" has Treasurer Owen Keiren. if Irelaud is to be benefited by the tainment when we get none of the DIAMOND JUBILEE, be second to none in the country. never been outside of the sacred pre There was a meeting of the county cinct of Shelbyville. placing of the powers of govern advertising and the editor is charged DIVISION 3 officers Hi the of Valley, Father ment in the hands of the people, or admission." That of Sister Cenerose Will bernians for New Ancient Orderlastofweek, was in theMcFarlan,week, Pewee interest Notes and Gossip of the Week Meets on the Firstafand Third Wednesday of York county Evenings Each Month. city last in the Bo a Notable Event the situation must be accepted in From All Parts of the to taice action on tue proposed new of his picnic. President Joseph P. Taylor. . rreeaom is tne name ot an Vice President Phil Cavanaugh. at Loroito. Hibernian hall. There is a building fund good faith, and all the people, reThe Rev. J. J. Fitzgerald, of Shelby Country. Recording Secretary JohnCavanaugh. wow of 30,000, and the order owns two ville, was in ttie city this week the guest of past differences, of par American paper issued in Manila gardless Financial Secretary N. J. Sheridan, lots on East Forty-fourtstreet, and of Father Majo-- . 2018 Lytle street. A dispatch from Elizahethtown states ties, conditions and interests, must as the official organ of the Eighth The dock owners at Cleveland have there is every likelihood the work will be The excursion t Cincinnati which was Treasurer George J. Butler. that Bishop John Lancaster Spalding, of begun before the year ended. be trusted, and the governing pow Army corps. The edition on St. is run 011 Sunday last from this city by the raised wages. Peona; Archbishop Martinelli, Right DIVISION er, no matter by what party or class atrick's day was printed iu green, Rev. E. F. Prendergast, Auxiliary Bishop A reception was tendered the officers Hibernians proved a grand social as well The English tobacco trade employs Meets on the Second and 4 Fouth Wednestoday 121 women to every 100 men. as a compliment to the Irish-Amof Philadelphia; Rev. J. J. Daugherty, of and members of Division 58, South Bos as financial success. It was the first ex day Evenings of Each Month. controlled, must so legislate and The wages of the employes of the ton, recently by the Ladies' Auxiliary, cursion ever run from Frankfort on New York City, and all of the prominent President John H. Hennessy. exercise authority as to further the ican soldiers, who manifested their clergy of Kentucky and Tennessee and Division 13. Mrs. Magaret E. Casey which a disturbance of some kind did Cleveland, Akron & Columbus road have Vice President Thomas Lynch. Recording Secretary Thomas J. Kelly. welfare and protect the rights of the appreciation by seuding copies to several from Mississippi and Illinois will presided and made an nddrcss of wel- not take place. Unusually fast time was been increased 10 per cent. Financial Secretary George Flahiff, come. Lane, of made both to Cincinnati aud on the re Presi James O'Connell was This, of course, their friends in the United States. attend the diamond jubilee given at the Philo-Celti-John P. Society of Boston, de- turn trip. Jas. Fitzgerald, the conductor whole people. c dent of the International Association of 420 East Gray street. Loretto Academy June 8 in honor of Treasurer Harry Brady. means a change not desired by some livered an address on the language and in charge, is one of the best men in the Machinists at the Buffalo convention. Wtlliatn Mason, junior Senator Sister Generose, who has been a nun in the history and literature of Ireland. employ of the railroad and no disorder of The open meeting and smoker of the years. This of the politicians, whose shibboleth that order for seventy-fiv- e DIVISION 0 from Illinois, is displeasing the im breaks the record iu the United States. Monday evening the Hibernians of any kind was manifested 011 the entire Painters and Decorators' Union was Meets on the First aid Third Tuesday js Ireland and her wrongs, but trip. Messrs. O'Brien, McNamara, Lewis crowded. Many names were added to the Evenings of Each Month Minneapolis celehtated the one hundred perialist administration press very .Sister Generose is nearly ninety-fiv- e whose real purpose will now soon President William J. McCarthy years of age. Prior to her novitiate at and twentieth anniversary of Thomas and Hogau, the committee in charge, roll. much by the stand he is taking-o- n were ably assisted by every member on Vice President John J. Lannaii. Loretto her name was Miss Ellen Moore. Prof. Reidy, of Boston, presentThe headquarters of the International be made plain. The test of sincerRecording Secretary J. E. Yenner. the train, which contributed a great deal Association of Machinists has been that question. It is the truth that ed a grand sceneorama, entitled "Ireland Financial Secretary D. J. Tierney ity will be applied to them. If they to the success, but the man to whom the of Today," and a male quartet sang the from Chicago to Wash- 1328 Grayson street. most. greater share of the success is due is Col. ordered temoved DECORATION DAY OBSERVED. theories, or part- lurts hold patty, or pet Treasurer G eorge A. Daniel. sweetest of Moore's melodies. Hon. John ington. Patrick O'Brien, who worked early and isan spite, or sectional hate, or perThe International Typographical Union Tuesday was Decoration day, and it Brennan, of Sioux City, delivered an late and devoted two weeks of his busiest As we go to press we learn there BUILDING THE SHAMROCK. able oration, and a large audience ensonal ambition, above the real in- is no truth in the statement that was generally observed throughout this joyed the feast of reason and flow of season to advertising the excursion. now has 38,000 members, and its reserve of over f50,000 13 being constantly augcity. The exercises at Cave Hill were Col. O'Brien has been a Hibernian ever A dispatch from London says the new terest and welfare of their country the Pope had been requested to ap participated in by the veterans of the soul prepared for the occasion. since Division No. 1 was organized, and mented. racing cutter Shamrock, which is to comand people, they will prove lacking point a Coadjutor Bishop for the Grand Army and the school children iu Twentv.third anniversary of Division has always been found ready aud willing The clergy of Buffalo have no use for n 0, of East Weymouth, large numbers, where Hon. Henry Mass., was ob- to devote his time aud energies to mak- men of Contractor Conners' stripe. He pete for the America's cup, will not be in that one essential of the patriot diocese of Louisville. delivered one of the most eloquent served at Odd Fellows' Opera House ing everything for the A. O. H. a success. is a man who does not appreciate his ready for launching before July 1, though which prompts him to sacrifice all and patriotic orations ever heard on a lately. The special guests present inThe members of Division No. 1, of good fortune. a force of 260 men are working hard on It is no time for One of the local candidates run similar occasion in our beautiful city of cluded State President Slattery, who Frankfort, should bear in mind that to- Arrangements are already being made Her. Sir Thomas Liptou, her owner, is for country. Flowers bill on a yachting cruise in the Baltic sea, on bickering about parties, persons, ning for the State Senate is cerlain- - the dead. those were also placed on the made an address; Col. McCurdy, of Wor- morrow, Sunday, June 4, the regular an- to introduce the national eight-hou- r graves of who rest in St. Louis aud cester, and Presidents of the Divisions of nual election of officers will take place. at the next session of Congress and to board the steam yacht Erin. He will re factions, the past with its dark y at Sea. See! South Weymouth, North Weymouth, Every member of the Division is earnest- - push it to a final vote. the other cemeteries, . turn home about June 20. SUBSCRIPTION PRICO, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. 3LVES Than those of others for the reason that our stock of thcin times as large as that of any other Louisville house. Our qualities are as far ahead of the rest as our stock greater. $7.50 Mills ss Uinnton silk Linen serge. serge suits. Coats ionable Highest class fabrics from the above mentioned mills. Tailored in the best fashion and warranted fast colors. Single and Sacks. all medium and stouts. Excellently tailored Suits in the newest shades and styles. Lined, half or full, with Skinner Silk. silk facing, or lined throughout with with silk. LEVY BROS. THIRD AND MARKET. Michael Doerhoefer, ALDERMAN, Pit l Chas. A. Wilson, FRANKFORT. Per-sona- ls M. MULDOON THOS. DREWRY, PARK COMMISSIONER, 1 Sfflf A. 1 1 1 II. Irish-America- LABOR WORLD T- m h er Mat-tinRl- y. Wat-terso- KZEJVaaOK T, J, IRISH AMERICAN. TARVIN BANQUET. CONTINUni) FROM 1'IRSr PACK. justice-worshipin- IT Candidate for I, 1 THE BLUE AND TUB GRAY. ALDERMAN, the flow of the inland river, Whence the fleets of iron have fled, Where the blades of thegravegrass quiver, Asleep on the ranks of the dead Under the sod and the dew, Waiting the judgment day; Under the one the Blue, Under the other the Gray. By the great liberty-lovin- g Subject to action of the Democratic Party. Those in the robiugs of glory, These in the gloom of defent, gory, All with the battle-bloon n rakfry In dusk of eternity meet II IIIIU Ulllll.ll I i Under the sod and the dew, 62'J EIGHTH ST. Waiting the judgment day; Under the laurel the Blue, C5c (I and Lemon, per gal Vanilla Under the willow the Gray. 7oc Fruits ami Chocolates, per gal 75c CofTee and Uauana, per gal From the silence of sorrowful hours Candidate for Almond and Macaroon, per gal fl.00 The desolate mourners go, $ 1.00 to $1.25 Hisque and Tnttifrutti Lovingly laden with flowers, Bricks and Euchre J1.00 05c Alike for the friend and the foe Sherbets and Ices 50c First ward. Vole city at large. Subject Under the sod nnd the dew, Sweet Cream to action of the Democratic party. Wailing the judgment day; Cream delivered to New Albany and Under the roses the Blue, Jeffcrsonville; also shipped to all shipUnder the lilies the Gray. ping points. UN So, with an equal splendor, s fall, The morning With a touch impartially tender, Candidate for nder On the blossoms blooming for A specially. It is the purest and best. the sod and the dew, Waiting the judgment day; First ward, subject to action Democratic Telephones 2144 and 2588. Broidered with gold the Blue, Primary, June 12. Mellowed with gold the Gray. jpaySpecial rates to hotels, dealers and So when the summer calleth, large orders. And forest and field of grain, With an equal murmur falleth C9SSS9SSSASSS9SSSSSSS9S9SS The cooling drip of the rain Candidate for Under the sod and the dew. Waiting the judgment jlay; 8 Wet with the rain the Blue, Sixth ward, subject to action Democratic 232 FOURTH AYE. Wet with the rain the Gray. Primary, June Vi. .Sadly, but nrt with upbraiding, The generous deed was done; In the storm of the years that are fading a g No braver battle was won Candidate for Under the sod nnd the dew, U Complete Line U Waiting the judgment day; fi 5 Under the blossoms the Blue, 8 8 Under the garlands the Gray. Subject to the action of the Democratic Party. No more shall the war cry sever, Or the winding river be red; They banish our anger forever S9SSSS9S9S9S9SSSSSSS9S3 When they laurel the graves of our dead; Under the sod and the dew, Waiting the judgment day; Candidate for Love and tears for tne Blue, RIVERVIEW PARK Tears and love for the Gray. F. M. Finch. Fourth ward, subject to action of Demo Is Now Open cratic party. CR0KER VISITS IRELAND, d . law: J. 81 COUNCILMAN, sun-ray- COUNCILMAN ail-U- 111 l Walsh the Tailor, Examine COUNCILMAN J. E. Maddox, ALDERMAN, Spring Suitings. COUNCILMAN to the Public A open. few select dates for picnics, etc., Call at office, 113 V. Jefferson. M. J. FORD, CONCERT EVERY SUNDAY Candidate for He Will See the Place Whore He Trod Bare- Richard Croker has nearly recovered Subject to action Democratic Primary. from his illness in England, nnd expects Engaged in the plastering business in Louisville for more than 20 years; real to be entirely relieved soon. Mr. Croker is looking forward with pleasure to a estate agent since 1894. trip which he contemplated making to NOW READY FOR the home of his boyhood in Ireland the latter part of this week. It is expected he will meet with a great reception there from the people, who are much interested Candidate lor in him on account of his wonderful rise This Garden has been newly decorated in the world from the time when he was and refurnished for the present season, a barefooted Irish lad, who left his coun s appointments of all kinds, with and invites the inspection of Sunday- - Fourth ward, subject to fiction of the try to better himself abroad. school, church and society committees Democratic party. before closing contracts. RECENT DEATHS. pleasant retreat, Lion Garden is a cool, street-ca- r transfers easily accessible, with Daniel Sullivan died Tuesday morning to all parts of the city. For terms and 1; last at his hpme, 2322 High avenue, after dates address or call on a long illness. He was twenty 'nine years WILLIAM I1AUER, of age and a machinist by trade, and was Lessee and Manager. Candidate for for at one tune one of the star ball players in the Southern League. Mr. Sullivan was very popular with all classes in the West End, where he was best known. His Fifth ward, subject to action of funeral took place from St. Cecilia's the Democratic party. church Wednesday morning, the services being conducted by Rev. Father Brady, who preached a touching funeral sermon, in which he feelingly referred to the W. Market St. 342 The many noble traits of the deceased. interment was in St. John's cemetery. By PROF.MORBACH'S BAND. ALDERMAN, footed. LION GARDEN Lawn Fetes. Picnics, Socials, first-clas- t COUNCILHAN, 6. I III. 11 O'Neill's Studio, Councilman, Positively the Finest Work. Reduction in prices for thirty days to introduce my Pictures. Joseph Perrin, Jr., son of Joseph and Catherine Berrin, died Tuesday morning at the family residence, 2100 Bank street, Subject to the action of the Democratic and his parents have the sympathy of a Primary, June 12. wide circle of acquaintances. His funeral took place Wednesday morning from St. JEFFERSONVILLE. Cecilia's church. COnMENCEHENT. The commencement exercises of the Boys' High School will be held on the evening ot June 10, when the largest class in the history of the school will be graduatedf Hon. Evan Settle has been invited and will deliver the alumni ad dress. The boys will hold their banquet at the Gait House. KINO O'KEEFE. Candidate for im JOHN P. KELLY & SON The tneetiug of Division 1 of the Ancient Order of Hibernians Thursday evening was an interesting one. Several DEALERS IN applications were received and important business transacted. President William Reilly occupied the chair for the first time since his recent illness, and was given a hearty reception. Among those admitted to membership were Frank Kennedy and Louis nnd Robert Ford and James Seventeenth and Bank Streets, Mauiou were present after a long ab sence. Special attention given to The committee having in charge the family orders, and goods de-- picnic which takes place at Forest Park 4.1, C 11 i. evening, 1i J to jivereu i an puiu ui wc on Mondayprogressing June 19, reported everything satisfactorily. The admission fee is only ten cents, and a large number of tickets are being sold. An invitation has been extended to all the divisions of Louisville to attend, and Messrs. Coll, Reilly, Dougherty, Kenney, Gleason, Dreen, Coy and Connors will see to it that the visitors enjoy themselves. The Ladies' Auxiliary is making rapid EUROPEAN PLAN. strides, and, their next meeting promises to he a very interesting one, as several are expected FLEISCHER, Prop. Tlley are to be presenta for initiation. looking for visit from the ladies of the Louisville auxiliary. Corner Sixth and Court Place. Groceries, Vegetables, Produce. Fresh Meats, e, St. Nicholas Hotel Wfl. Sir Thomas H. Grattan, Esmonde, the Irish Whip, who has added to the dissen sions of the Nationalist party by throwing up his office, is a man of distinguished ancestry. On the maternal side he is the n of Henry Grattan, the patriot and statesman. The Esmondes themselves are among the oldest of n families, being descended from one of the knights who accompanied Strongbow on his invasion. One of the knight's descendants was created a peer in Queen Elizabeth's reign, but in the troubled times that followed the peerage was allowed to lapse, though some peerage writers are of opinion that the present Baronet might, if he cared to try, have the dignity restored. great-grandsoAnglo-Norma- A First Class Restaurant In Connection OGTIISEMANI'S JUBILEE EXERCISES BRIGHT SAYINQS. Black cotton stockings should never be ironed. Tepid salt and water strengthen weak ankles. Candles ami soap are much improved by keeping. Onions in any form are good for the children. Keep a marble in the kettle to take up the "fur." Cocoanut oil thickens and darkens the ' eyebrows. Cut flowers last well with camphor in the water. Tomato juice removes ink stains from the hands. The Right Rev. Edward M. Obrecht, Up. abbot of Gethsemani, was in the city this ROOMS FROM week completing the preparations for the golden jubilee celebration, which occurs next Wednesday. Church dignitaries HERE YOU ARE FOR from all over the United States will be It n a. n 1 present, among" whom are Archbishop Martiuelli, Bishop McCloskey nnd Gambon, Bouchet and Zabler of this city. Besides the distinguished PRESTON AND MARKET. clergy a large number of State and municipal officials will be in attendance. The ODORLESS VAULT GLEANING. affair promises to be the most notable oiie in the history of Gethsemani. ICAIPCEJYW Telephones 1097-182- 0. White of egg beaten up in coffee acts DRY WELL. DiaatNO. Ordcn by Mill will as. cream, receive prompt ttUiHi, 50c Mon-signo- rs JOHN American people, by persistent but pernicious activity, 'born of sordid pur pose and selfish designs, has brought the great republic of the West, the Govern menl of Washington and Jefferson, face to face with the savage doctrine of impe rialism, and thereby with the greatest danger that has ever fallen in our couu try's pathway. I say savage because im perialism is founded 011 the doctrine of the savage that brute- - force alone is to be respected, that might makes right. Imperialists, or expansionists as they call themselves, tempt our republic as Satan tempted the Savior of men. But he who came upon earth to establish a reign of peace and good will among men, to teach them that they nre the children of a common father, made answer and said: "Begone Satan, the Lord thy God shall thou adore and only him shalt thou serve,, and it is written that Satan fled from him and angels came and mill. istered to him. So may it be with our republic. Sorely pressed and tempted as it has been and is to depart from the teachings of its founders, to forsake the paths of peace and security by which it has at tained to the proud place it holds among the nations, for the pomp and glttter of imperial sway over conquered provinces 111 distant lauds, may it triumph over its Anglo-Saxonine people ot England are in no tempters and, renewing its faith in the but ns ap great truths which gave it birth, and up proper sense Anglo-Saxonon whose constant recognition far more plied to Americans the term Anglo Saxon than upon armies or navies its very ex becomes grossly absurd and rediculous. The ravings of these Anglo-SaxoAn isteuce depends, may it give all mankind cranks are as unwise us un n new assurance mat virtue lias not de parted from the hearts of men, and that patriotic. How shall it benefit our coun a government of the rieople, for the peo trywhose citizenship is drawn from every pie and by the people shall not perish race and every land that race hatreds or from the earth. And the tcmotations animosities shall be engendered here? We deinand, and have a right to de overcome and the tempters relegated to mand, that those who seek the distinc the darkness that must fall upon them, instead of the sighs pf the wounded or tion of American citizenship shall become the the groans of the dying, or the plaud American in the true sense of the word, its of royal tyrants who would have us that they shall be loyal to the American follow 111 their pathway of blood and flag and to the principles of liberty and crime, that now offend our cars, we shall progress for which it stands, but we have hear, as of old, the applause of the noble no right to ask them to become Anglo and the true, of the lovers of liberty, Saxons or to bow down at the shrine of idolatry. On the contrary, justice and humanity the world over. Anglo-Saxo- n One year, nay one day, of such happi rejecting the arrogant claims of Anglo ness, blessed by God and approved by Saxon superiority, we should assert and the enlightened judgment of the best maintain the absolute equality and right and noblest of mankind were worth infi of the various races which enter as nitely more to our country than all the streams into the magnificent river of wealth or plunder a century's domination American citizenship, each preserving for over half the world might bring to it. a time its identity while contributing its " 'Tis yours to judge how wide the full share to the swell, strength and puri ty of tne tide which bears it onward and limits stand in which that identity must ultimately be Between a splendid and a happy land." "But why talk of wealth, or plunder lost. In the meantime, however, good citi or domination?" say our imperialists; "we s'mply desire to accomplish the civ zenship, the best interest of the repub ilizatiau of other lands, and any war we he, its strength and stability demand would wage would have no other purpose that those streams shall be allowed to flow peacefully onward, and to silently in view." Out upon such hypocrisy I It has been found upon the lips of every mingle as they flow, undisturbed by the tyrant and marauder that has decimated storms of hate, passion and nreiunice and disgraced the human race from Nero which the fanatical claims and unpatn one uesigns 01 Anglo-Saxomaniacs to Cecil Rhodes and my Loid Kitchuer. If there is one lesson which reason would, if recognized, be certain to engen teaches and which all history enforces der. There is not the slightest room to doubt more clearly than any other it is that in the great work of civilization brute that the British Government and its force has no part or place; that evolution hirelings on both sides of the Atlantic in its Christian sense and not revolution have been diligently plotting for years. is the law of progress. Silently, calmly by a system of fraud and falsehood, to and imperceptibly as the dew falls from create 111 this country a sentiment favor alliance, the heavens above us on the parched able to an earth at our feet the great work of civil hince the slanders on Germany, Austria, ization moves forward and sheds its France and Russia which appeared in the blessings to brighten and cheer mankind. public press during our war with Spain Religion and education are its only real and usually in telegrams coming from factois. The Bible and not the sword, English sources. We were told that France, our ancient the church and the schoolhouse, not the ully and friend, was opposed to us, that barracks or the camp, point the way. Civilization is not the work of a day the Germans were ready to assail Dewey or of a year; like nearly all great and at Manila, that Russia was readv to permanent achievements it is of slow sweep down upon us, and that England and silent growth and admits of no forced was the only friend we had in the wide, process. A war of aggression maintained wide world. They literally bombarded our ears with in the interest of civilization is as absurd a proposition as a civilization maintained their lying reports, and the representa-tive- s of France, Germany and Russia in the interest of war. They are diametriWar de were kept busy in making public nnd cally opposed to each other. stroys; civilization conserves, builds up, ofiicinl repudiation of the falsehoods. The trick did not work, however, and develops. n alliance, or any other to fight in defense an The right of a nation alliance, thanks to the good horse sense of its right is no more questioned nor questionable llian the right of an individ of the masses of our people, is as remote ual to defend himself against an assault and impossible today as it ever was. We have no quarrel or cause for quarrel made upon him, but its right to become the aggressor or assailant is no greater. with any of them and we wish to remain This is the American doctrine', this is the so. We want to do business with them all, Christian doctrine. It is the doctrine, I to promote friendly relations and commerce with them all and thus neacefullv am glad to know, of the greatmnd over to advance, as far as we can do so, whelming majority of bimetallists who happiness and prosperity as well astheir our upon this, as upon other great questions own. Thus, gentlemen. I trust would bi affecting the interest of their country and mankind generally, find themselves in metallists reduce to practice and preserve happy accord with the great principles of inviolate the lesson of wisdom embodied in the toast to which feebly atnatural justice which bind nations as tempted to respond: I have so and comPeace well as individuals. Bimetallists believe merce with all nations, entangling al that with the advance of civilization wars liance wuii none. should cease, and with with the best and DISAPPOINTED. noblest of the human race who plead for the reign of peace are prepared to sing a requiem to the reign of savagery among CONTINUED FROM FIRST PACK. men. throughout the empire, is greatly in exRing out a slowly dying cause, cess of their numbers ami influence as And ancient forms of party strife; Ring in the nobler modes of life, citizens of the same empire. By sheer With sweeter manners, purer laws. force of merit and talert they have forced Ring out old shapes of foul disease, their way to the front. The figures of the Ring out the narrowing lust of gold, colonial Governors and Premiers nre Ring out the thousand wars of old; perhaps more prosaic than those of the Ring in the thousand years of peace. continental statesmen. Carving out the It is but natural we should find that the careers of new countries in the backfaction that favors imperialism should woods of Canada or the bush of Australia also be known as the friends of an en- may not be such dazzling work as presidtangling alliance between this country ing over the destinies of the old world and England. This faction comes almost powers, but the task may prove a more exclusively, as we might expect, from solid and enduring one when Uie history the ranks of the men who desire to impose of the future conies to be written. upon our country for all time the notori The governing Irishman is as active in ously dishonest and destructive single Australia at present ns 111 the early days gold, standard on the ridiculously absurd of the colony, Byrnes, O'Loughlin and pretense that we are too weak and too O'Shaughnessy being some of the leading poor ourselves to establish or maintain a names. more honest standard. This glance at the careers of n few It is but another development of the governing Irishmen may serve to remind same constitutional vice. It is but an some onlookers of the high traditions of other solemn declaration on their part of the race. That Irishmen will act up to their want of faith in' the ability of the their traditions in future there is no reaAmerican people to regulate their own son to doubt. affaira and tnke care1 of their own inTypographical Union No. 10 meets to terests without the aid or consent of any J morrow afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the other nation. Many of them have discarded the proud usualt place. Organizer Higgins will name of America, and 'prefer to be known leave shortly to answer a call to the West. Anglo-American s. s, n Anglo-American Anglo-America- Anglo-Saxonwhile others nmoiig them would have us believe that a real American is only a sort of a modified Britisher. They draw their entire political faith from England, not from the honest and intelligent democracy of the country, but from its Tories, the narrowest, most in- tolercnt and least progressive in all Europe. They view every question affecting the life and prosperity of America through British spectacles and measure it by British standards. They are Americans by accident but Britishers by instinct and design. Their ideal of American independence would be realized by an alliance. They tell us, in substance, that the American eagle may no longer fix his gaze upon the sun or sweep upon the storm cloud over mountain or plain, that he must abandon his solitary flight and seek shelter and protection between the paws of the British lion. What matters the danger or degrada tion all this would entail? There is abundant compensation for it all in the fact that we are no longer to be known as plain American citizens, like Wash ington, Jefferson, Jackson or Carroll, Lincoln or Logan, Grant or Sheridan, but that we are to find ourselves nil of n sudden, we know now how, in the twinkling of an eye, ns it were, and in re spouse to mere sounding brass, trans' formed into swaggering, blathering ns s, JOHN TEVIS (I I. GHR Is a Candidate for From the Fifth ward, subject to the action of the Democratic party. COUNCILMAN John L GruDer ALDERMAN Candidate for CITY AT LARGE, Democratic Primary, June 12. A. CANMDATK FOR THU h From the district. Fourth and Fifth wards, from First to Hancock streets, subject to the action of the Dem ocratic primary, June 12. Fortv-sevent- J. ROSS, for Candidate for LEGISLATURE ALDERMAN Subject to action of Democratic Primary, June 12. ALBERT II. CHARLTON Is a Candidate for Prom the Eleventh and Twelfth wards, subject to action of the Democratic party. JAMES G. 6ILBERT GENERAL ASSEMBLY as Is a candidate for Len G. Hernflon Is a candidate for to BOARD OF ALDERMEN Subject to the nction of the Democratic primary, June 12. Charles. G. Hulsewede Candidate for ALBERMAN, From the City at Large, Subject to action of the Democratic mary, June 12, 189!). Pri- Subject to the action of the Democratic Primary, June 12. PRIMARY WILLIAM PATTERSON, d Senatorial district, Cth and 7th wards; subject to action of Democratic party. Thirty-sevent- h com-pose- Robert Tyler SENATE CANDIDATE FOR KI.F.CTION, JUNH 12. Candidate for Subject to action of the Democratic mary, June 12, 1899. Pri- jf .'Id, 4th, fith, HUMPHREY KNECIIT Is a candidate for for CHARLES J. CRONAN, Subject to action of the Democratic mary, June 12, 1899. Pri- Candidate for ALDERMAN Subject to action of Democratic Primary, June 12. CHAS. BYRNE, Candidate for Subject to nction of the Democratic mary, June 12, 1899. Pri- John McEHiott, Candidate for COUNCILMAN, Subject to ncliou of Democratic Primary, June 12. Paul C. Barth Is a candidate for for Jas. Mersnon, Candidate for the From Forty-sixt- h Legislative trict, composed of the ALDERMAN, Subject to actfon of the Democratic Pri mary, June 12, 1899. Subject to the action of the Democratic party. 180!). NOVItMHUR KMCCTION. 189!). LEGISLATURE James p. Reedy, the LEGISLATURE Second and Third Wards, Eighth Dis- Candidate for the From the and Ninth wards, sub ject to the decision Democratic Primary. June 12. 1899. NOVHMI1F.R W.KCTION. 1899. MAXWELL DAVIS Forty-eight- h wards, subject to the action of the Demo cratic party. LEGISLHTURE, district, Sixth and Seventh Candidate for the Henry L. Kremer Candidate for the LEGISLATURE, Sixth and Seventh wards, iegisuiiivc district, snojeci the Democratic party. Forty-eight- h 10 ncuon ot JOSEPH MDEMAKER, CANDIDATK FOR ALDERMAN PRIMARY JUNE 12. Subject to action of Democratic party. Squire John Mcgaim. Candidate for JUDGE OF THE POLICE COURT OF LOUISVILLE, Subject to the nction of the Democratic party. WILLIAM J. STACK, Candidate for ALDERMAN, Subject to the action of the Democratic Primary, June 12. A Irlsli-Amcrlc- OH Xi. CIGAR The Best Five- Cewt Cigar an can smoke To the Democratic Voters of Kentucky. I bee to announce my candidacy for the office of State Treasurer, subject to the action of the Democratic convention, June 21, 1899. My early business training was received in the Auditor's and Treasurer's offices, and I believe I have all the qualifications necessary to the intelligent discharge of the duties of the office. W. Manufacturer, STROEHLB, Preston and Rawlings Sis. BIG FOUR TO ROUTE Very respectfully, JNO. C. HliKNDUN. Indianapolis Peoria J, M. CHATTERS!, Candidate for CHICAGO AND AM, TOINTS IN School Trustee, Eighth and Ninth wards, Democratic Primary, June 12. INDIANA' and . . . MICHIGAN. .. BEST TERMINALS . . , BROWN LEGHORNS. Average 200 eggs n year. Eggs for hatching 6" cents each. Two Cockerels for sale cheap. UNION DEPOT Corner Seventh St. and River. CITY TICKET OFFICE No. 218 Fourth Ave. General Agent, Louisville, Ky. E. G. MCCORMICK, Pass. Traf. Mgr., WARREN J. LYNCH, A. G. P. A.7 CINCINNATI, O. S. J. GATI5S, CHAS. D. JACQUES, 2422 St. Xavicr. KEJN:aDXJOK:Y IRISH AMERICAIV. COADJUTOR. How IRELAND. Record of CERTAINLY. How Men MOONLIGHT EXCURSION TO BE GIVEN BY THE Are Your ' the flost Important of Humored That mi Assistant lias the Recent Events Culled IJccn Asked For by Bishop From Exchanges. McCloslccy. Start in the Hunt for Political 0fflcc--Ar- c Forced In By the Dear People. This is the time of year, says an observant citizen, when n great many good people are being dragged into politics. Please notice the word "dragged." You very seldom hear of a man who goes into politics because he wants a job. No indeed. His friends get after him and plead with him and tell him that he is the only man who is qualified to go in there and repre sent the taxpaying element, and it is his duty as a public-spirite- d citizen to down the corrupt opposition. At last he yields to this terrific pressure and puts a card in the paper saying: "At the earnest solicitation of a large number of my friends, I have consented to become a candidate for Councilman from the Third ward." He "consents" to the use of his name in the same manner that the man who has been going without an overcoat all winter and living off his relatives "accepts" a position. You might think that ten or twelve employers had been after him all during the cold weather, simply begging him to take salary and at last he had given in nnd "accepted." And yet, everything considered, it is better to gloss over some of the sordid realities of life. It is much kinder of a newspaper to say that John Whittler has "accepted" n position at the hub factory than to say that "John Whittler, after boarding with his sister all winter, has succeeded in getting work at the hub factory." It is more flattering to a can- -' didate to say that he has "consented" to run than to say that he is "flying around his ward, almost breaking his neck in an effort to corral the nomination." One peculiar thing about running for office is that the candidate knows that his friends are going to bring him out before they know anything about it themselves. The candidate is an astrologer or clairvoyant or something of that kind. He reads the future and sees that he will be the people's choice at the next election. The people don't know it. And sometimes they never do find it out. The local elections are held in the fall in most of our incorporated towns and cities, but begins to show sympthe officer-seeke- r toms of candidacy early in March or even before that. He is around feeling the public pulse and locating the post holes for his political fences. During this preliminary period of his campaign he does not want his wife to suspect that he is going to run for office. Because why? Because woman, having a superior intelligence and a more reliable instinct for avoiding trouble, would try to save him and prevent him from going into the convention. The husband waits until everything is primed and all of his henchmen are at work in the precincts, and then, when his wife sees in the paper that he is going to run for office and conies to him with blood in her eye, he can say to her: "My dear, I can't back out now, because I've given my promise to the representative business men of this ward. They have begged me to accept this nomination and I have yielded, because I felt that it was my duty as a citizen. You know very well that I do not crave the responsibilities of public life, but there comes a time when every good citizen must sacrifice his private interests for the common Irish-Americ- an Society e Teeth? If they need attention there is no better place to have them fixed than at' the Louisville Dental Parlors, 544 FOURTH ST., Right Next to Avcmio Theater. Their prices are the lowest, work the best, and all guaranteed. They will treat you right. KEMEMHKIt THE I LAC 12: Louisville Dental Parlors, FOURTH ST. Gran W. Smith's Sons! I 1 Funeral Directors And Embalmers.. Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice. S I j 1 MISS KATE SMITH, Lady Assistant and Embalmer. m Z S. E. COK. EIGHTH AND TELEPHONE 810. JEFFERSON STS. Mil doon Monument Company DESIGNERS AND BUILDERS OF ITALIAN MARBLE, AMERICAN AND SCOTCH GRANITE I flonuments. Artistic Work Only Solicited. Workshops and Studies, Carrara, j Italy. f SllllElllllSlX3II21l33S011llSi I I WAREROOMS, 322 to 328 WEST GREEN STREET, paradise! SAMPLE ROOM. Good Liquors a Specialty. t I I u Fifteen Ball Pool. S 5 0 M. J. HICKEY, PROPRIETOR. 248 West Jefferson Street. I s Telephone 384. 000000000000000000000000000OO0j0000Slii;)jl0,a04, JOHN 05. Clay5treet Brewery, S12 Telephone 209-- 2. WALTERS'-- PRANK. N and S14 CLAY STREET. LOUISVILLE, KY. J3leotxlo Ilorso CXii3rlnc;, TELEPHONE 1140.' II I IB 42S-43- 0 HENRY 0. LAUER, 1 JUi East Jefferson St. Per Head. Horses and Vehicles to hire at all hours, at reasonable rates. in EMBLEM CONTEST I f Who Is the Most Popular Hibernian? Two handsome Emblems of the Ancient Order of Hibernians will be awarded by the Kentucky Irish 7n American to the members receiving the highest nnm- - 5$ ber of votes, these coupons only to be used foe ballots. '. At ,0 Several Irish horses were successful at the Aldershot races. Arrangements for the Tramore June meeting are such that it is expected this one will surpass all others. Swine fever, which has not been the subject of prosecution in Dublin lately, is beginning to develop again. It is stated that T. I Kiely, champion of Ireland, will take a team of Irish athletes to America sonic time during Atigust. A convention was held in Dublin, May 22, to consider the best method of obtaining State aid for the blind, deaf and Delegates were present from the dumb. three kingdoms. Inistiogue is one of the beauty spots of Ireland. A run up from New Ross in n steam launch is a dream. Iiy and by a railway will be laid out near the place, and it will be ruined, says a correspondent. tournament on A hurling and foot-baa large scale will be held at Annacurra, County Wicklow, in aid of the Wicklow Monument Committee, on June II. Hugh' McCarthy is President of the Wicklow Monument Association. On Wednesday, May 18, David Doran, Chairman of the Kenmarc Rural District Council, was sworn in n Justice of the Teace. Mr. Doran's appointment to the Commission of the Peace was by virtue of his office as Chairman of the District Council. At the Derry County Council meeting James E. O'Neill proposed a resolution in favor of the compulsory sjle of land, which was carried. Col. Clark proposed that instructions should be given to proceed with the new asylum at Graushaw, but it was rejected. The conflict which has arisen between the athletic councils and the Irish Cyclists' Association on the introduction of professionalism has been the means of upsetting the already published programme of the nallymeua Bicycle Club Sports, which are to be held on July 12. At an adjourned meeting of the Queen's County Council, held at Maryboro, three Councillors, namely P. A. Meehau, P. Doran and J. J. Aird, declined to vote or take part 111 the business of the meeting, each of the three gentlemen being a contractor to the Maryboro District Lunatic Asylum. At an adjourned meeting of the Carlow County Council held in the court-hous- e John Hammond presiding, a scheme for the collection of rates was adopted. It was also decided to ask the sanction of the Local Government Board to the borrowing of money required to pay oif the gratuities to collectors, to be repaid in six years. Upward of 200 of the Unionists of the County Council Division of Downpatrick met in the Assembly Hall in that town for the purpose of presenting Col. R. H. Wallace, Fifth Battalion, Royal Irish Rifles, tlie defeated candidate at the late Comity Council election for the division, and a with a solid silver center-piec- e bouquet of flowers as a token of their respect. The annual charity sermon in aid of St. Joseph's Asylum and School for the Male Blind, Drumcondra, which is under the charge of the Caunelite Brothers, was preached in the Church of St. Teresa by Very Rev. J. Naughton. The inmates of the institution number only 100. Since its foundation, in 185G, a large number of blind youths have been trained and en abled to earn their own living. Rev. Martin Hogan, who had been in Neuagh for two years after a long mis sionary career, elsewhere, left Friday evening for Doonbeg, County Clare, and his departure was made the occasion of a great popular ovation. His assembled in the Hibernian Hotel before his going away and presented him with an address expressive of their sorrow at his removal and of their hope for his future A resolution was passed protesting against the action of the Local Government Board in fixing the excessive proportion of nine of the old Governors to a total of nineteen on the new Committee of Management of the Queen's County Infirmary, and calling on the Local Government Board to reconsider their decision. A resolution was also passed permitting the erection of a 'Q8 memorial on the Market square of Balliuakill. At the meeting of the Mayo County Council in Castlebar, Conor O'Kelly presiding, John Walsh, Westport, moved a resolution declaring that the Council would resist by every means in its power the payment for extra police in the county until the fullest public inquiry by an independent tribunal had been held into the conduct of the constabulary and the crown officials in the Mulranny case. Mr. Walsh said it was qjily the graziers and- grabbers who claimed extra police protection, and if they wanted extra police they could well afford to pay for them, the conservative members of the Council dissenting. His Grace Uie Archbishop of Tuaiti, the Bishop of Achonry and the Bishop of Killala were appointed on the Lunatic Asylum Committee. d ll well-wishewell-being. - Friday Evening, June 9, on the Steamer Columbia. Venerable Prelate Has Been a Zealous "Worker Should Have Help. Announcement of the Name of the Appointee Awaited with HIGH GRADE WHEELS Will be presented to those ladies who cash in $50 worth of tickets. Tickets Twenty-fiv- Cents. Music by Scally's Union Band Great Interest. SIX MENTIONED FOR THE PLACE FRANK FEAR BREWING iisrcoRiortA.'rKr. 60. The announcement made during the past week that the Holy Father had been requested to appoint a Coadjutor Bishop to assist the venerable Right Reverend Bishop McCloskcy created 110 surprise in the Diocese of Louisville. His long term in charge of the diocese and advanced age entitle him to an assistant and there is no doubt the request will be granted. It will also be remembered that the duties of his office have greatly increased during recent years, and people of all denominations will rejoice to know that the responsibilities and burden now carried by him will be lightened. It is said the priests of the diocese have sent three names to the Pope, and the Bishops of the archdiocese a like number, and one of these six priests will be selected for the post. The names of the priests recommended are not made made public, and are known only a few. The Pope may make a selection in the very near future or it may be deferred six months, but there is no doubt that n coadjutor will be chosen. The announcement of the Holy Father's selection will be awaited with interest by Catholics of this diocese. We publish the above for what it is worth, but without being able to verify its accuracy. BREWERS AND BOTTLERS, LOTJISVILiyEJ, ICY. DANIEL DOUGHERTY. THOMAS KEENAN. Douanertu 1229 Keenan UNDERTAKERS, West Market Street, Bet. Twelfth and Thirteenth ri3jryi5rnoivi3j 120-2- . All Calls Promptly Attended to, Day or Night. Carriages Furnished for All Occasions. KILLARNEY, Something Impossible in the Idea of Its Sale In Building Lots. There is something impossible in the idea of selling Killarney in lots to suit purchasers, with n charge of five per cent, per annum on the Tore Mountain and O'Sullivan's Cascade, says an Irish writer. We will wake up some day or other to find that the Mourne mountains are in the market, or that the "River Shannon full of fish" is to be sold by the gallon. We look upon the Killarney sale as desecration; the average Britisher will view it from the standpoint of utility in that spirit which makes him think that Niagara is only a ridiculous waste of water power. To some of these concrete trippers everything, even in Killarney, is how much would it fetch? One is reminded of the old story a bit of a chestnut how the big patterned, bright-checked, 1 ftffill mainsTreeT brewery INCOHPOKATED. I III PI LAGER BEER AND PORTER IT'S PURE. 1 Seventh, and St. Catherine. orders for family use. LOUISVILLE, KY. yellow-foote- d, Wednesday excursionist questioned a Killarney youngster who had for sale many bouquets made up of beautiful wild blossoms: "What will you 'ave for the basketful?" civilly asked the Saxon. "Three bob," promptly answered the native urchin. "Three shillings!" gasped the man in checks and yellow boots. "Why, if you 'ad them in Covent Garden market you. would get a sovering for 'em." "Aye," replied the native urchin, "an if me poor ould father heaven rest him! who may be in purgatory this minit the Lord between us an' all harm! had that lake wid him there he could sell it for a guinea a pint!" And the' man in the Manchester pattern moved on, deep in thought over the possibility of floating a company on the lines suggested by the lad's calculation. weal." That kind of talk may go at a political meeting, but it doesn't deceive the wife. As he says, however, it is too late for him to retreat. He has gone into the fight and he must stay m until he comes out spattered with mud, but wearing the laurel wreath of victory, or else is carried away on a shutter and dumped in with of politics. other You seldom hear of a woman who wants her husband to run for office, but if he gets mixed up ill politics before she can head him off and receives a nomina tion, then the family pride compels her to do what she can to secure his election. When the opposition newspapers begin to say that he is a bigamist and a horse thief and never drew a sober breath or felt the ennobling thrill of an honest itn pulse, she gets her temper up and begins to skirmish for votes. She won't invite a woman to tea unless the woman's husband has promised to vote all, right, and if she gets a wavering voter in the house she wins him over by opening her best preserves and filling him full of hickory nut cake, such as mother used to make. In fact she is her husband's most loyal and devoted supporter, even if she does scold him for being a candidate, but he doesn't find this out until after election. If a woman wants to prevent her husband from running for office, the time to begin on him is when the first symptoms appear. Political ambition, like a bad cold, wants to be checked at the very has-bee- 1 at, Wines, Liquors, Cigars. Frank Fehr's Beer always on tap. Special attention paid to flot Lmneh Day and flight. ITALIAN -- SWISS 219-22- 7 COLONY WINE CO. J West Jefferson Street. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN WHAIXEN BROTHERS, Proprs., Tolopliono SIOO. NEW IRISH SOCIETY, AboutOne Hundred New York Organizations Join Hands. LIQUORS OF5 HLL KINDS. IOUISVILIE, KY $ AMERICAN MUNICIPALITIES. Record the Candidate on the First Line, Division on the Second. Among those expected to address the convention of the League of American Municipalities, which will be held in Syracuse in September, is Mayor Weaver, of this city. Gov. Pingree, of Michigan, and Gov. Roosevelt, of New York, will also deliver addresses, A joint debate n municipal ownership, to be led by Prof. Edward Bemis on one side and Allen Ripley Foote on the other, and conducted under a time limit, will constitute one of the special features. High-heele- d boots are known to cause spinal complaints. Representatives, of Irish societies in New York City have formed an association called the United Irish Societies. l, Ancient Order of HiThe bernians, Irish Nationalists, county and 1400-140- 4 social societies and more than 100 other societies of Irishmen are represented. LOUISVILLE, KY. 891. Resolutions were adopted denouncing in n the strongest language any alliance as being against the "best start. interests of the country and the spirit of AMIABLE KINO LEOPOLD. the American constitution. " A most amusing nnecdote respecting J. E. MADD0X FOR ALDERMAN. King Leopold has just leaked out, and is All Kinds of being told with great pleasure in Belgian In this issue of the Kentucky Irish court circles. The King was walking American Mr. J. E. Maddox announces near the great gates of the chateau, when himself as a candidate for Alderman, city he was accosted by two American ladies Tluslc Hall, 131 at large, subject to the action of the Dem- who took him for the head gardener of g ocratic party. Mr. Maddox is a the beautiful park. They asked him if Democrat and has spent both time and they might visit the park and were anmoney in working for the interests of the swered in the affirmative, the King himparty. He has all the necessary qualifi- self enjoying the joke nnd acting as their -- flAKER Ol' FINE- FIRST CLASS city official. He cicerone. cations for a first-clahas been in thegrain business of Main As a reward for his kindness they gave street for a number of years. Air. .Mad- the King a tip of ten francs, and asked N. W. Cor. Nineteenth and Duncan. dox was born at Fairmount, on the Bards-tow- n him if they might visit the chateau. 1708 Seventh Street, Fine Lunch and Music Saturday Night. pike, but went East and became "Alas! no," said the King, "but there Work Guaranteed and Repairing Neatly Done. n superintendent of the famous Hale & is to be a garden party, and tif you will -- COONEY. LAWLER- Art Designing Works in Philadel- write to his Majesty you will perhaps rephia. He designed and made the chair ceive an invitation." that Grover Cleveland sat in during his They did as suggested, and their Presidential term; did the art work for astonishment can be better imagined CAFE AND RESTAURANT, the Vanderbilt residence in New York," than described as they recognized in the A SUPERIOR and the fine carving, etc., at the Louis- King their amiable gardener of a few ville Hotel. Mr. Maddox was appointed days before. On his chain lie wore the S& 221 THIRD AVE. to a position and did faithful work in the ten franc gold piece as a charm. Manufactured at Frivate Dining Rooms. Open Day and revenue service during the latter part of Eighteenth and Duncan Streets. Nigut. Best of Wines and Cigars. Mr. Cleveland's administration. Clean your child's first teeth and the He is identified with labor interests. One Dollar Per Year for This Paper TKLffiPHONK 802. second ones will profit. Clau-na-Gae- JOHN F. 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