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Kentucky Irish American: June 10, 1899 Kentucky Irish American 300dpi TIFF G4 page images William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1899 kec1899061001_sn86069180 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Kentucky Irish American: June 10, 1899 Kentucky Irish American William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1899 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. DR. F. L MEDER, SURGEON DENTIST, 347 W. JEFFERSON ST., Bet. Third and Fourth. Office Hours from 8 to 5. Sun day o to It. Kentucky bratcd here with speech-makinmusic and flowers, and the entire town decorated with flags and bunting. We noticed with pleasure two flags of Erin, one on the building of Col. John Casey and the other on the City Hall, put there by Officer O'Leary, the first of their kind ever seen in our city. Hereafter they will float on all public occasions, for which thanks are due the noble patriots above named. It was with great pleasure and delight that we read Hon. Matt O'Doherty's able and patriotic speech at the recent banquet in your city in reponse to the toast, "Peace and Commerce," etc. That's the kind of talk we like to hear and that counts, too. We take no stock whatever in Johnny Hull and his allies of Anglo- - IRISH 3 by a larger number thnn the church He, closed with an could accommodate. affecting reference to the growth of GethI semani. "nehold, what a change! Where the wild woods abounded npw stands this noble monastery; where the foot of civilized man had hardly trod now towers toward high heaven the majestic spire of this most graceful chuch; where the wild rose and thorn strpve for mastery now under the skillful hand of the silent monk thrive the grape, the apple and the corn. I "Oh, may that spiritjof prayer and charity of the first Trappists of Gethsemani keep the members true to the traditions of the past atid the teachings of its holy founders; that the world may learn from their silent lives that peace and happinoes which are the portion of those who, having sold all and given to the poor, follow Christ, j "Oil, good monks ofJLa Trappe! let me beseech you to uphold in all its glory the honor of your monastery. And when this golden jubilee shall liave rounded out into a centennial fcVst may the successors of the present children of the monastery be found practicing nil the virtues that have characterized the Trappists of Gethsemani!" After the sermon's close a solemn procession was given for the benefit ot" those outside the monastery walls. Headed by the college band, the apostolic delegate, American. MAGKIN LACE CURTAIN LAUNDRY. We lead and never follow. Our work in laundering lace curtains at 20c a pair gives entire satisfaction. Work called for and delivered. First-clas- s serlcc. MAD. DABEY, 625 Second St. Telephone 2631. u VOLUME II. NO. 23. LOUISVILLE: SATURDAjY, JUNE 10, 1S99. GOLDEN JUBILEE. Grand Epoch in the History of the Catholic Church in Kentucky. PRICE FIVE CENTS. COUNCIL. branches and exercising an important and influence. The celebration included five separate and distinct functions or events. Valuable money prizes were offered fcr original compositions in Irish prose and poetry, for unpublished Irish folk-lorfor singing and declamation in Irish. The William O'Brien silver cup will be presented, to the teacher who obtains the highest number of passes in 1898 and handsome certificates given to all successful competitors. The Oireachtas oration was delivered by the Rev. Walter Conway, pastor of g Glenamady, and the three chief provinces were represented by other speakers. Dr. Douglas Hyde, President of the Gaelic League and of e, Irish-speakin- SHAN VAN VOGHT Presents Her Compliments to Frnnkfort ami Her Correspondent. The Wonderful Inlluenpc the Kentucky Irish American Possesses. Two CONTEMPTIBLE Was the Action of tho Board of Works in Hemovlng-FranDiig-an. The Strongest and Most Popular Fraternal Society in the AVest 12nd. I,arfo Attendance at the Geth- Has an Elegantly Furnished seuiani Celebration Last Thursday. Only One Survivor of the Original Founders of the Mon- Club House on West Seven Firemen Also Lose Their Main Street. Annual Outing Will IJake Place at Fern Grove Next Tuesday. PLEASURE AND COMFORT Places Without Trial or Hearing. Necessity Apparent for Civil Service in the Various City Departments. COL. WHALLEN of Erin Thrown to the Breeze on Decoration Day. OF A Flas astery. BISHOP M'CLOSKEY WAS MISSED. DEATH RESPECTED CITIZEN ASSURED. SILENCES THE TIMES Special Letter to the Kentucky Irish American. 1 SHKI.BYVIM.K, June 9. The "Shai. Van Vocht" presents her compliments and sends sincerest love to her youthful admirer from the Franklin capital. She smiles with all the bewitchery of sixteen as she reads the Frankfort letters. A man who runs could easily see the effects produced on the juvenile scribe as he vainly attempts to notice our magnificent productions (?) and strains a poofattempt at answering, essaying a sort of jejune DR. CHARLES Rt'SSMAN. imitation. Not yet, my dear! After a Who has made an enviable record in the Hoard of Couucilmen. short lesson you may become a brilliant reporter. Let us therefore make use of the privilege which our age accords us, Saxon maniacs who arc so anxious for an and placing you lovingly upon our mater- alliance with us. "Nixie," you old we know you of old. nal knee whisper a few kind words of Rev. J. J. Fitzgerald was at Gethseuiani encouraging warning, which we feel will fall on rich and feitile ground as they Wednesday, where he took a prominent touch your young and innocent heart, part in the golden jubilee celebration and and will in future bring forth fruit sweet was an honored guest of the monks. Mr. James McNamara, one of Shelby-ville'- s and agreeable to the readers of the Kenmost highly respected citizens, tucky Irish American. Mark the beauty beautifully they died at the residence of his son on Washof all our letters! How flow! They glance and glow and glide ington street last Friday of the infirmyear. ities of old age, in his eighty-fourt- h in rhyme and rhythm, brimful of wit and The funeral services were conducted by humor, overflowing with a buoyancy not Rev. Father Fitzgerald Sunday morning, expected of our years, but which bespeaks and the interment was in Grove Hill cemShan Van Vocht. a heart in which there exists not a hurt- etery. ful thought, but "charity for all and GRAND UNION PICNIC malice toward none." Hence we never must be personal except in the truest d sense of kindly feeling and a spirit of mischief and fun, which For the Churches of Emican cause not even a momentary feeling nence, Pewee Valley and of unkindness in the hearts of our readLagrange. ers. calcuOur personal references must be lated to produce a pleasant smile on the The congregations of the Catholic faces of persons spoken of. We might, churches of Eminence, Fewee Valley and indeed, continue our remarks about the "State stables of Frankfort," or probably you could tell us something of interest regarding your public institutions. Since we have never left the "sacred precincts of Shelby" it would please us and others, who have not the experience derived from the extensive travels of D. J. M., to know more of the institutions that are not "stables" the "pen" or the "instiTell us tution for the something interesting, in flowery language, which might make us believe that your town is a place overflowing with HUMPHREY KNECHT, milk and honey and human kindness in- Who seeks to the Hoard of stead of a place where the "mossbacks" Aldermen. can't keep sober because of the medicine compounded by the mixologists of Frank- Lagrange will give a grand union picnic Thursfort. Our late representative from the at the Eminence fairgrounds next day, June IS. There will be excursions "invincible Shelby" was head and shoulders above the others for sobriety, and it from Louisville and Frankfort, and the including admiswas remarked that intellectually he was cost of the round trip, His good sense sion to the grounds and a good Kentucky superior. easily their prompted him to shun the potations dis- dinner, will be only one dollar, making outpensed, as he avoided the bribes which a very cheap fare for a pleasant day's ing for city people. The attractions will were offered. lcf this he returned to his constituents to reeeive their thanks, be all that go to make a country picnic a ractheir respects and plaudits. Hence he success base ball, lawn tennis, sack needs no "brain tonic" made up in ing, mule racing, etc. The ladies of the Frankfort, and for brawn he can easily three congregations, headed by Mrs. Miles Williams, will dispense hospitality hold the floor. correspondent will in true Kentucky style, and those who If the Frankfort promise not to bring us to "the stables" wish to spend a really enjoyable day and and a worwe will gladly accept his invitation to visit assist Rev. Father McFarland thy cause nhould attend. Quite a numhis town, if he further agrees to "meet ber are expected from this city, and speus by moonlight alone." Wonderful is the power of the press, cial arrangements are being made for The proceeds will but doubly marvelous is the influence their entertainment. be devoted to the pressing needs of the of the Kentucky Irish American on Trains will leave the lives and morals of those whose above named churches.may return in good inter- Eminence so that all names appear in its pages. It may est our friends in Louisville, as in other time. TRINITY COUNCIL. places, to know of the effects produced n by our highly prized paper. Capt. Trinity Council held a meeting at the is justly the proudest man in town. He procured the suits of Southern club house Monday'evening, with a large gray, and had the most obedient body of under his command until Engineer O'Leary began to carry theKenlucky Irish American in his pockets and furnished it to the force. Morgan, who stands six feet tall and is a splendid specimen of Kentucky manhood, has outgrown the usefulness of the nether garment, and requires an additional three inches added. Duncan, whose rotundity gives the department its very metropolitan appearance, has simply increased in such edifying proportions that no buttons can do adequate service. All this because of the reference to their efficiency in the Kentucky Irish American. Capt. Pemberton is privately practicing JOHN CRIBBINS on a typewriter for some time, and soon the result will be nailed on the door of Will represent the First ward in the next Board of Couucilmen. the Police Department, that the men must not read the paper while on duty, ' attendance. One transfer card was rebut will be required in the strictest man- - ceiVed and accepted. The Picnic Com-ne- r to read our letters at their homes. 'n,jttcefor July4, at Fern Grove, reported Wise Captain! Nothing in the gift of progreS3i am that they had arranged for and other'forms of our people which may not be yours for r game of base-baamusement. the asking! Bardstown, Frank Dougherty, Others, including Garret . Lee, Col. la JudM ntl.l lpffr Fn lmntfof Wwl t, pula v urfll "- Casey, M. L. Dubourg ana Horn w. ofternoon O'Sullivan, have very severe attacKS. , 0wJng to the warm weather tnere wjn which require special tieaunent in our be no meeting until Monday, June 10, -land in the meantime the club house is nezC letter. Decoration tfayj.was patriotically cele- - Mlag cleaned and renovated. "bud-douch;" good-naturefeeble-minded." Pern-.berto- It was fitting that the Abbot of Gethse-ma- ni postponed until June the celebration of the golden jubilee which should have taken place in December, 1808, says Edward Fitzpatrick in the Times. At this time of the year the surroundings of the abbey are most beautiful, made so by nature. The approach to the monastery U through an avenue of stately elms, the saplings of which were brought from France fifty years ago. The avenue i 1 410 feet in length and eighty-si- x feet in j width, and the eighty-sitrees, planted in four rows, afford luxuriant shade for those who walk to the lodge. Iunumer-- ' able birds fill the trees and seem to make I welcome with their songs those who pass the gate with the inscription over it: ' "Peace to all who enter." The good monk who keeps the gate is stationed there day and night, and according to j the rules is directed to pay to each one "Deo who knocks for admission, i I x I BilBS&rclH Gratias." mi ll The great throng which pressed forward to the abbey Thursday made it impossible to give to each one this greeting. It seemed that the whole population of CHARLES J. (.RON N. Nelson county and a goodly portion of Louisville turned out, and there was no The popular druggist, candidate for the Board of Aldermen. knecking at the door everybody was welcome. Even ladies were prominent in the festivities, but were not allowed to accompanied by all the clergy and the from the church go far beyond the lodge gate, where there monks, proceeded out the avenue of is a notice in a conspicuous place: around the wall and elms, and the crowdsjjcnelt to receive "Women are forbidden, under pain of mostjmteresting mem excommunication, to enter these gates." his blessing. A However,-the- y to .'entertain, the ber of the processidtlfwas Father An- helped visitors in the. guest house and the gar- totune, tlie sole survivor ot tue band ot forty-fiv- e pilgrims from France who dens, where there are orange trees, founded Gethsemani. He has been a palms, plants and shrubs in profusion. monk since the age of nineteen and carFrom an ecclesiastical point of view ried the identical wooden cross borne by the celebration at Gcthsemani was the the Abbot Eutropius when the Trappists most elaborate ever held in Kentucky by came to Kentucky. Catholics. The services proper were the After the mass and sermon there was a same that are held in Catholic churches banquet for the invited guests. Abbot in Louisville on every Sunday and holy Obrecht was toastmaster, paying a tribday throughout the year, consisting of ute to Leo XIII., which was responded high mass and vespers, except in this into by Archbishop Martiuelli. stance the mass and vespers were Ponti"Our Country" was eloquently refical. There was an absence of organ to by Dr. Dougherty, of New Gregorian choir being used sponded music, the New York. exclusively. This chant, introduced by "Kentucky and Our Diocese" by Pope Gregory the Great in the year 500, Monsignor Gambon, who deplored the has been cherished and cultivated by the absence of the Bishop of Louisville, and Trappists ever since their organization in referred to the occasion as one of the 1140. . Its extreme simplicity and brighest pages in Catholic history in to secular music, or even to ' Kentucky. that employed in the ordinary services of The Abbot, when called upon, respondthe church, makes it well worth going a ed to "Gethsemani," and made some long way to hear when sung by trained feeling remarks. voices such as are always to be. found There was a procession around the among the Trappist monks. church and the abbey, which was a part His excellency, the Most Rev. S. of the morning service. The "Te Deum" D. D., apostolic delegate to the was sung during the procession very United States, was the celebrant at the solemnly by the monks. mass, assisted by Monsignors Gambou, In the afternoon there was Pontifical Bouchet and Zabler, of this city. The Vespers, the celebrant being the Right church, a magnificent Gothic structure Rev. E. F. Prendergast, D. D., Auxiliary 190x90 feet, was inadequate to hold the Bishop of Philadelphia, assisted by the vast throng, and the doors had to be Rev. Father Fitzgerald, of Shelbyville, closed to many who were not and Fathers York and Schuhmann, of The church has fourteen altars. Bishops, this city, which closed the jubilee. abbots, monsignors, each wearing the Ample provision had been made for all peculiar vestments of their order, filled who came from Louisville and the surthe sanctuary. The visiting Bishops, ab- rounding country and there were nearly bots and priests, while within the altar 1,000, besides those who had invitations. railing, worshiped like laymen. The Abbot had prepared for these by The white-robeAbbot of Gethsemani, having slaughtered six fat cattle, twelve Right Rev. Edmund M. Obrecht, was lambs, seven calves and other animals, the observed of all. The occasion seemed and no one went away hungry. Besides to give him great pleasure. The sermon the meats there was a plentiful supply of at the mass was delivered by the Very bread baked in the monastery ovens and Rev. J. J. Dougherty, rector of the Mis- seventy-fiv- e gallons of ice cream. All of OIREACHTAS, sion of the Immaculate Virgin, New this was given gratuitously, York City. Dr. Dougherty is a man of The train from Louisville brought sevdistinguished address and is eloquent to eral hundred, including Mayor Weaver, a high degree. His life has been de- City Assessor Murphy, Ed T. Tierney, of Now the Central Event in the voted to reclaiming homeless boys in the Board of Safety, and many others, National Life of New York City and he has seen niuch of there being a large representation of Ireland. the world. His sermon was largely a who had been specially inreview of the work of the Trappists and vited. Ouly a few ladies found admisother similar bodies in the church. He sion to the church, but all were allowed The third National Oireachtas as took for his text the exhortation: "If to enter and inspect the grounds and sembled in the Rotunda, Dublin, you wish to be perfect, go sell what thou buildings after the principal ceremony of Wednesday, June 7, oud continued two hast, give to the poor and follow me." days. This annual gathering has in an the day, and they enjoyed it greatly. "We have an example of this in the The present Abbot, Right Rev. M. incredibly short time established itself as aged brother selected to carry the Obrecht, is forty-si- x years of Hge, the central event in the national life of cross in this great jubilee. Fifty is a native of France and served in the Ireland. In January, 1897, the Gaelic years ago he walked through the streets war with Germany in 1870. He attende 1 League issued the programme of the first of France a young Trappist, who in the the Military School of St. Cyr, and is a Oireachtas. The triumphant success of enthusiasm of his heart had given him- man of education and much travel, hav- the undertaking came as a revelation to self to God. Today he carries that self- ing lived in Rome, New York City, ana all of the reality and force of the Irish same cross which the noble Abbott at several of the headquarters of the or- language movement. Last year's wonbore in honor from the monastery der, having been administrator of mon- derful gathering completely eclipsed that of France to our beloved country." asteries. The great success of the golden of the year before. It was, in fact, the Father Dougherty said that the pres- jubilee is an evidence of his administra- commencement of the complete nationalence of the highest authority of the tive capacity. Certain it is that the ization of the movement. The wonderchurch, together with that of so many Abbey of Gethesmani lias come into ful spread of the organization in the distinguished prelates, was evidence that g area, the since his 'administration has heart of the it was not a jubilee of the monastery Erominence much of the misinformation establishment of the national language alone, and the presence of the vast throng about the Trappists has been dispelled. fund and the launching of the League's was evidence ot the popularity and esweekly bilingual organ are some of the teem the monks of Gethsemani had won fruits of the undertaking. In short, in- In the past fifty years. The sermon was a Mr. and Mrs. Micha.l D. Lawler have stead of the small baud of workers that historical survey of monasticism and was the sympathy of U wide circle of friends ' made the Oireachtas of '97 so brilliant a T. n.1.. civijucmiy ucmvcicu. av wob a mailer pir ; in the loea of their bright little daughter, Tauccee,v there is now a great national regret that it could not have been heard who died after a brief Jlliieas, organisation embracing a hundred earnest Mar-tinelli, ss ss d cs Ed-inorose-crowIrish-speakin- Mackin Council, No. 20.1, Young Men's Institute, now perhaps the strongest and most popular society in the West End, was organized September 10, 1893, and from a menbership of thirty or forty has grown until it now numbers over 300. During the past year it was found nec essary to provide larger quarters, when the Council was incorporated and pur chased a building at Twenty-sixt- h and Main streets, which has been transformed into a club house. This has been most elegantly furnished, and during the winter months weekly euchres took place, which were a source of much enjoyment anil were largely attended. There are very few people in the West End who have not had the pleasure of being enter tained atone or more of their social functions. Other features to attract young men to spend their leisure time at the club house are the billiard and pool tables, the gymnasium, with tJves punching bags, Indian clubs, etc., and a well stocked library, where books of a standard character, nmgnziiies and papers can always be found. Mackin Council also protects its members when sick or disabled, paying a weekly benefit of $ and $100 for the burial of deceased members. There are other ways of assisting those who belong to the order, and many young men have been benefited thereby. Among those who have directed the course and contributed largely to the success of Mackin are Messrs. Charles S. Raidy, V. B. Smith, Tom Burkholder, William Kerberg) John rSage, John Hor low, Oscar Bronuert, George Lantz, Louis Straub, George Semonis, Theodore Weber and others, each of whom are laboring ta make the annual outing a grand success. The annual outing of Mackin Council, referred to above, will take place at Fern Grove next Tuesday, June 13. These outings have always been attended by large crowds in the past, and there is no doubt but that the capacity of the excursion steamers Columbia and Sunshine will be tested to carry the members and their friends on that day. The committee having this outing in charge have neglected no details in making arrangements for the pleasure and comfort of their patrons. First-clas- s meals will be served on the grounds for twenty-fiv- e cents for adults and fifteen cents for children, thereby obviating the expense and bother of carrying baskets. The boats will leave at 8:30 in the morning, and one at 1:30 for the accom modation of those who can devote only the afternoon to pleasure. Arrangements have also been made that the first boat may leave Fern Grove at C o'clock, so that those accompanied by children may arrive home at an early hour. orchestra and baud will A first-clafurnish music on the boats and at the grove, and an efficient corps of managers will provide various forms of amusement and see that everything is conducted in first-claorder. All the members of the council will be on hand and will see to it that nothing is overlooked. If any of our readers have never attended these outings we would suggest that they procure a ticket and attend this one, as they will certainly spend a pleasant day. Children under nine years of ace will be taken free of charge. child's'death. 1 -- The sensation of the week in political circles was the removal of Gaso'.ine Inspector Frank Dugan, for which act the Board of Public Works is being roundly censured. That Frank Dugan was an honest and efficient city official is conceded by all, but the best evidence is the records of the office. Under former Inspectors the appropriation for gasoline lighting was $ 1,000 and $l'000, never under the former figure; but when Mr. Dugan took charge the sum was reduced to 510,000, followed by the addition of GF.ORGK M. GOET, the whole of South Louisville, and under Workiugman for the Legislature from the his administration the city has had a Second and mini wards. better service than ever before, there the Oireachtas, presented the prizes to being not a month in which he did not the successful competitors, who rendered save the city a portion of the $10,000 the winning piece?. appropriated. When to this is added the The cecond day was devoted to the statement that there has never been a meeting of the National Oireachtas Com complaint made since he took charge the mittec, which is the supreme governing reason for the indignation manifested is body of the Gaelic League. This was more apparent. followed by a preat public meeting, at Chairman Grainger was called upon at which the League inaugurated a crusade the City Hall by the representative of the sys- Kentucky Irish American, and all the for the introduction of the g tem of tfcnching into the information that he would vouchsafe was districts. that Mr. Dugan had been removed. He declined to answer any questions and appeared not to know anything about FOURTH OF JULY, what the board of which he is a member was doing. Hibernians Will Celebrate the The Board of Safety the next day followed the example set by the Board of Great Holiday at Lion Fublic Works, and the following seven Garden. firemen, among the very best in the department, were summarily dismissed for The annual Fourth of July celebration he alleged "good of the service:' ' James Coleman, stoker. .theJAjicientwQr(ler:oLHibernans..will; a. TlioniSs McDonoughY ladderm an. be held tins year at won oarden, wincii James Donahue, stoker. will be specially decorated and liluimii John McCrory, stoker. ated for that occasions. These celebra John Fitzgerald, pipeman. John Bauscher, pipeman. John Kcenehan, substitute. Among the foregoing are some men against whom no charges can be brought, having been in the department for years without ever liaving received a reprimand. This action of the board is inexplicable unless for the purpose of making places for some who will neglect their duties to do the political bidding of its members. These men had reason to expect better J. E. MADDOX, treatment at the hands of the present city Candidate from Main street for the Board administration, and the Kentucky Irish of Aldermen. American will always oppose the abuse lions have heretofore been the most not of city employes, no matter what faction able held in Louisville, and the County they belong to or by what board conBoard, under whose auspices this one trolled. The Times endeavored to create another will be given, is being assisted by the officers and members of the various divis sensation Wednesday by publishing misions, which will alone insure its success. leading statements and again villifying The Fourth of July being the silver Col. John Whallen, to which he makes jubilee of the Ancient Order ot inner-nian- s the following dignified reply: will prove an added interest, and it is expected will bring together the To the Public: The Evening Times seeks largest assemblage of Hibernians and to make the impression that the men who their friends ever witnessed in Louisville. are striving to elect a Council which will There will be a grand display of fire- be beyond the Mayor's influence intend works during the evening, and Ludwig's when that is accomplished to remove the Union Band will furnish the music. Those wishing to celebrate the Fourth in Mayor and name me to fill the unexpired a patriotic and enjoyable manner will term. find here tfieir opportunity. The statement and all the implications based on it are false altogether. There is no public office of any kind or WILL NOT UNIFY. character which I would accept, whether it comes from the people, from the Mayor Parnellltes Still Holding Aloof or from the General Council. I made this fact clear two years ago, at From the Dillonltos. the time we were striving to get the Democratic .party together in support of A Loudon press dispatch says Thomas a reform Mayor. My interests are not with the conO'Connor was interviewed in the lobby of the House of Commons regarding the tractors and the politicians, but with the movement toward bringing about a re- - long suffering taxpayers of Louisville. If any has a doubt on this point let them go to the Assessor's office and see that my chief interest in Louisville is in good government and low taxes. Good government and low taxes I expected from this administration, and openly and repeatedly Mr. Weaver promised these things before he was elected. In the public disappointment I fully share. At this time it seems to me a matter of first importance to have a General Council that can not in any manner be made subservient'to the Mayor, either by patronage or promises. Whether or not such a Council will find grounds for impeachment of the Mayor I can not say. The Times has . JOSEPH RADEMAKER. sources of information closed to me, and His friends will nominate hinifor the its intimation that ' impeachment would Board of Aldermen. come must be due to its knowledge of approachment between the Dillonites and the condition of city offices; it is not due to any knowledge of my motives or purthe Parnellites. He said: ' "It remains in statu quo. No progress poses. I wish the public to understand once has been made by the general unity proposal since the Dublin conference. I for all that there is no office thit could haven't heard of any split among the ' come to me in any way that I would ac-- 1 Nationalists of America, nothing of the cept. The attempt of the Times to kind having been reported to headquarthe Mayor by attacking me seems ters in London." John Redmond said: "Nothing further to call for this positive statement, though has been done. We are still willing to tke fact is fully known to th'e Times, to treat on equitable terms, but so far we the Mayor and to all others who have had have not received any reply to Patrick anything to do with me in politics. John IL Whahbn, O'Brieo's plan of campaign." Irish-speakin. J I r.' KEOPUCKTST IRISH AMERICAN. r KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. Devoted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans. 1VI. WIIIvIAM IUGGINS, 1 ti t) 1 s 1 m i-- 3 x--. Stop Sweltering! peared in costume, made a decided hit. They were Misses Mary and Nina Smith, Lillie and Lollie Vantync, Alma Watson, Bertha Rassinier, Rose Kennedy, Annie Finn, Julia Casseday, Dena Cahill, Adele Kampfmueller and Elizabeth Sauter. Martin Nally is recovering from a ous illness. seri- SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. Rnturcd nt the Loulsvlllo Potttofflcc ns Addiersall Conmunlcatlonstothe KENTUCKY IRISH Sccoiid-Clns- SINGLE COPY, Matter. 5c Peel off those heavy Clothes and get into our Featherweight Garments. Big stocks of Apparel : the very thinnest that can be made. Hot-Weather AMERICAN, 326 West Qreen Street. IT a 9 in Men's in Men's in snoes. LOUISVIIXE, KY. ft POOR POLICY. I ft The Kentucky Irish American has made it a rule to avoid partisanreservship and right to criticise and ing to itself the protest against any and all unjust narrow-mindednes- r II,. Mr. R. W. McCleary and wife were Lisle, Cotton, Silk, Nainsook For Girls and Misses. Mrs. Owen Keirau and daughter Del the individual or people in whose registered in New York City this week. left Monday night for Memphis, Tenn : M interest it is being published, and 1' Mrs. Martin King and two children are where they will be the guests of air. J. from whom it receives its main sup THIRD lllil) here from Amethyst, Col., visiting rela- Keirau. Mrs. Kciran, whose health has been failingjfor some time, expects to be port. Up to the present issue tives. much improved when she returns home, has had only kind woids for Mayor Thomas Flahive, who has been ill for Cards have been issued announcing the the past three weeks, has almost entirely Weaver and his Boards of Public marriage of Miss Mnyiiie Donahue and recovered. Works and Public Safety. During Mr. Theodore IcCrory. which will oc F. M. Cummings was among this cur at St. Patrick's church on Wednes the oast week a large number of 1 week's arrivals at West Baden from day, June 21. Thev have a host of men have been deprived of the Louisville. friends, who will extend to them the! FRANKFORT. positions they held under the pres hearty congratulations. Mr. Michael Doerhoefer was a guest at WILL CELEBRATE THEIR ent citv administration, and the the Hoffman House, New York, early Mike Hickey aud James Guilford hav Irish fact that all but one are this week. returned from a week's visit to Cincin nati. Grapevine reports say they mad Giilicrniitorinl Knee Ovor.slind-mv- s Americans has created widespread sition is a simple one and impresses Mr. John Kilker, who has been suffer a Riley Grannan hit at Latonia, where Hverytliinjr nt State all as fair aud practicable, a short ing from an abscess on his hand, is now comment. They thev spent several afternoons. Capital. President Grainger was inter quiet and effective way to settle a much better. were the guests of friends, who provided viewed by our representative in re disputes, party strite, persona Capt. Joe Breen left the city Wednes them with a "good time." would give wrangles, sectional and sectarian day for a short sojourn with friends in gard to the matter, but Pres. Campbell called to see us yester Liu'tfcst Gather-in- ; of HiberSouthern Indiana. day. He has been in Chicago for a mini no answer other than that the party differences, and by arbitration, as it Months ami Olll-eenians for During the afternoon there will be a Military Drill by her of years and is now employed by the We believe the w re, submit the case, abide the Michael Hehir, who has been troubled Tribune. Pres. looks like he is enjoying was "removed." Klectcri. Company A, Hibernian Knights. with a sore hand, will be able to resuni life, and his friends will be glad to see action of the two boards was unjust decision and come together for th his duties Monday. Music by Ludwig's Union Bauds, Admission Only Twenty-Fiv- e Cents, him. His daughter accompanied him and will be resent one great cause, embodying a and uncalled-fo- r Mr. and Mrs. Brannin blierley are in and his wife will be here in a few days. Cant. Noel Gaines in Lino For others, Irish national autonomy aud the East. They will spend the summer ed by the people. Promotion to Major In tlio The many friends of Mrs. Ella May in the Adiroudacks. Many contend that the removal the right of Elstone will be glad to learn that she is Regulars. That Ireland has three many Miss Eugenia Homer, who has been recovering from the effects of a five were made because the powers at the City Hall could not dictate for times three such men can not be visiting Mrs. Clinton Kelly, returned to weeks' illness and an operation she was compelled to undergo. Mrs. Elstone is her home in Pennsylvania. Candidate for for whom the unfortunates should vote doubted, but who are they? How GOSSIP. PERSONAL the daughter of John W. Stevens. Vice SOCIETY AND John DeWitt left the city Sunday for President of the Central Labor Uniou in the coming primary, and there are they to be brought to the notice for the of the people? How are they to be West Baden Springs, where he spent the with whom she has been making her seems to be good ground week in rest and recreation. home. contention. But why should this selected? The Irish Daily Inde Special Letter to the Kentucky Irish Mrs. Henry Hoertz, who has been seri City nt large, subject to action Democratic Primary. American.! be so? The Mayor aud the mem pendent has adopted a means of at ously ill at her home on Longest avenue, Frankfort, June I). The political bers of his boards claim to be Dem least feeling the popular pulse 011 has almost entirely recovered. pot is boiling hot and bids fair to over DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY, JUNK, 12. flow before Tune 17 rolls around. The ocrats, and were supported as sue the question, and though it is not United States Commissioner Henry race for the Gubernatorial nomination bv the men referred to, who are authoritative or in any way binding Cassin was in Cincinnati this week on overshadows all other contests. James A also Democrats. The men removed upon any one, will likely tend to business connected with his office. Scott, Franklin county's candidate for Attorney General, has been trying for Bernard Coll, of Jeffersonville, spent are supposed to enjoy the same bring to the front Ireland's promi the past few days to have Franklin's was rights in selecting candidates for nent men who have the confidence the week in Mtincie, Ind., where he twelve delegates sent to Louisville timii CANDIDATK FOR a delegate to the Elks' State convention structed, but politicians who claim to be city and State offices that Mayor of the people, aud as a beginning in in a position to know assert that the del Dr. L. C. McMahon, n Weaver, Charles Grainger or Wil the right direction is important physician of Terre Haute, was here this egation will be instructed for Goebel and GOURT, Lyons possess, aud any attempt to while it is possible to lead to practi week, the euest of Dr. Leban L. Pearcy, Scott. The Hardin forces are making a hard fight for a portion of the delegation, coerce those under them into voting cal results in Ireland's future. The marriage of Miss Corinne McCrory but it is not thought that they will suc Subject to the action of the Democratic party. The Independent publishes the and Mr. Will King will be solemnized at candidate is as un for this or that ceed. In another week the battle will paragraph we quote, together with the Cathedral next Wednesday after democratic as it is unjust. be virtually over, and judging from the noon. ' JAMES GARRISON, reports sent from nearly every county in Rumors intimating this action a coupon with blank lines for three Rising young lawyer and candidate for the State Senator Goebel will secure The friends of Miss Percy Hays, of upon the part of the city adminis names, offers prizes aggregating enough' instructed votes to insure his Councilman. Pleasure Ridge Park, are glad that she nomination. tratiou reached this paper some ,50 to the successful guessers; calls has entirely recovered from her recent IS A CANDIDATE FOR ELECTED OFFICERS, The attendance at the meeting of Divis months ago, but were not credited on Irish men and Irish women, of Illness. ion 1 of the Ancient order of Hibernians Now that they have been verified all parties, sections or creeds Andy Mack, one of the last Sunday was the largest in many we would call the attention of the throughout Ireland and all the Irish comedians on the American stage, Those Who Will Govern the months. After the usual business was Subject to the action of the Democratic primary, June 12. transacted the annual election of officers Young Men's Division. public to the fact that the meti re world to fill out a blank with the was among tlie weeK's visitors at west took place, resulting in the selection of Baden Springs. DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY, JUNE 12. moved have records surpassed by names of three Irishmen they pre the following: The Young Men's Division of the Mrs. Joe Breen has returned from Chaplain, Rev. T. S. Major. none in the service of the city, but ter to reunite the irisu party, and pleasant visit with relatives at Moores Ancient Order of Hibernians held a very County President, John J. Hogan. not protected by law, as police forward the same to the Indepeud ville, Ind. Her health was greatly bene enthusiastic meeting Tuesday evenimr, are President, D. J. McNamara. with the largest attendance present for men are, aud therefore can not ent office before July 4, when the fited by the trip. Vice President, P. T. Downey. Is a caudidate for the Recording Secretary, W. D. Lewis. compel the boards to give them an coupons are to be canvassed and the Prank Burke, formerly of Jefferson some months, owing to the interest taken in the annual election of officers, which Financial Secretary, P. J. Coleman, open trial and show cause for their results declared by the Lord Mayor ville. was a jiuest at West Baden tins resulted as follows: Treasurer, Patrick O'Brien. week, and the Journal pays him a hand President Frank G. Cunningham. action. They may think this good of Dublin. Chairman Standing Committee, C, B, From the Eleventh and Twelfth wards, subject to the action of the Democrrtie some compliment. Vice President Dennis J. Tiemey. party. Downey. politics, but the masses of the peo Platform Joe C. S. Blackburn for Senator, indorsement of the Chicago platFinancial Secretary John J. Curran. A handsome boy has arrived at the An interesting paper on the early John Dolan. form, and the renomination of William J. Bryan in 1900. pie, at least of the Democratic party, Recording Secretary L. J. Mackey. Fitzgerald Sentinel, P. Cojeman. Irish settlers of Kentucky is pub home of Mr. and Mrs. John parents Treasurer William McCarthy. are sure to condemn such a policy. ate All of the officers selected are hard It is the first, and the happy Sentinel rMartin Mullen. lished in this issue. It was written very proud of him. working members, and will undoubtedly HEAVY BOND, RECENT DEATHS. s Robert Milligan. discharge the duties of their respective Already local home government by the Vice President of the Ameri Standing Committee John Yenner, Miss Anna Hughes has gone to Phila careful aud Daniel Green died Monday morning at has aroused the Irish people to can Irish Historical bociety tor delphia, where she will be the guest of John Kilker, Geo. Daniel, Edward Dona offices in a 25 Division 1 efficient manner. will celebrate its The Young Bank Swindlers his home, 1005 East Gray street, after an On June take more interest in public affairs, Kentucky for the regular forthcom Miss Emma Hutchinson, who was re hue, Lawrence O'Hare. first anniversary and a suitable pro illness of only a few days of spinal men Presented In City Court Lounty .'resident Murphy, who was gramme will be arranged by the Enter ingitis. since they realize the importance of ing publication of that society, ccntly a visitor here. Deceased was in his h Yesterday. present, made a short address, speaking year, aud his death is mourned Mrs. R. L. Callahan, accompanied by in high terms of the retiring officers and tainment Committee. State President citizenship under the new regime and speaks for itself. by all who knew him. His funeral took her daughter, Miss Elizabeth, has gone making some timely suggestions to their Martin Cusick, County President John A. A review of the results of the reFred Friedenheimer and John Parker, place Tuesday morning from the Church to Vermont, where they will spend the successors. The installation will take Murphy, State Secretary Coleman and Strikes aud lockouts, so common other prominent Louisville Hibernians who swindled the German Insurance of the Blessed Sacrament. cent election shows that in most of summer with relatives. place June 20. will attend. in this country two or three years Bank out of $5,000, were brought back the districts and counties where the Mrs. Elizabeth Richterkessing died on Quite a number of Hibernians and from Cincinnati aud presented in the Misses Nell Riley and Lena Harrison, ago, seem to have been transterred HOWARD GOULD Nationalists lost it was due to the of Lexington, and Miss Lucie Tiusley, of other Frankfort people will attend the City Court upon the charge of forgery. Monday night at her home, 512 Shelby street, from an attack of typhoiu" feyert picnic at Pewee Valley next Thursday. They were held under $5,000 each. failure of the people to registe or over the sea. The "labor news" Shelby ville, were this week the guests of She was the wife of Corporal RichterThe picnic is for the benefit of Father Mrs. Ellen Turpm, 554 Second street. The work of the detective department May Purchase the Pictur if they did it was irregular, and all in our foreign exchanges is make McFarland's church, and all who can on this case is another striking illustra-- kessing, and one of the most highly esesque Lakes of Mr. Edward Cowan, who has been con teemed ladies in the East End. The possibly do so should attend. such could not vote. This is being up of such reports in England, tion of the ability of Chief Sullivan and fined to his home from the effects of inju The opera given under the manage his men, and a warning to criminals to bereaved husband has the heartfelt symof Cabra and relaud, Scotland and Belgium. remedied, the districts s ries sustained by falling from his bicycle pathy of his and a wide ment of Prof. Waylaud Graham for the give Louisville a wide berth. two weeks ago. was able to be out this circle of. fi tends in his said loss. The Drumcondra in County Dublin The Irish Trades Union Cougress week. A dispatch from Cork, Ireland, says benefit of the organ fund of the Catholic funeral occurred from St. Martin's church making the start, and it is intended held its sixth annual meeting in ORDINATION ANNIVERSARY. Howard Gould's steam yacht Niagara church last week was a grand success, Wednesday morning. Mr. Thomas Ryan, who has been living sailed Saturday on a cruise to Norway. and quite a neat sum was realized. before the next election to have a Derry, May Rev. Father Murphy will tomorrow 22. One of the mat at 1121 Maple street, has accepted a posi She will call.at Kingstown, Belfast and Lambert Council, Y. M. I., will prob ANOTHER ELECTION. full registration throughout Ireland, ters acted upon was to have all con tion with the Louisville & Nashville rail Oban. George celebrate the anniversary of his ordinaN. Kirkpatrick, whose ably give its annual picnic at Cove Spring tion at the Church of MagdaSt.' Mary Division 2 had a largely attended meetand at the same time impress upon tractors on public work required to road at New Decatur, Ala., and will make wife is on board the Niagara, arrived on Grove July 4. The matter will be defi lene, Brook street. The reverend gentle-ma- ing Thursday evening, despite the rain, the Utnbria aud will embark on the nitely settled in'a fewjdays and announce that city his home. all the people the importance of pay standard wages to all eir ployes. came here from Boston about a year when its old corps of officers were all reyacht at Belfast, where other guests will ment made in this column. ago, and by his many fine traits of char- elected, as follows: voting and seeing to it that their Mr. Louis Seeger, of Sixteenth and join her. Col. D. Joseph McNamara, of Lexing acter has become one of the most popular President William T. Meehan. A Washington special says Prof. Madison streets, left Tuesday for Sweet neighbors vote. It has been suggested that Mr. Gould ton, spent last Sunday visiting relatives clergymen in the city. The services will Sulphur Springs, in company with a purchase the Lakes of Killarney, which in the Capital City. Vice President Thomas M. Campfield. Schurman will resign from the party of friends, who will have a much largely attended. Recording Secretary J. Charles Obst. Capt. Noel Gaines, late of the Third be Late dispatches say President hilippine Commission could be This because of needed rest as well as a "good old time." make him had for $250,000. Ireland. would Kentucky Volunteers, is at home again, Financial Secretary John T. Keaney. very popular in MISS CANTY WINS. He McKinley has ordered the enlist Treasurer Owen Keiran. the bad feeling between him aud spoke seriously regarding the purchase, having been mustered out. Capt. Gaines The marriage of Mr. Edward McDon saying Stauding Committee C. J. Ford.Chair-man- j ment of every available man, as The valuable prize offered by the he would decide before his final has seen service in Chickamauga, Gen. Otis ald and Miss Lydia Miller was solemnized departure for J. F. Nolan, J. J. Mooney, Thomas News, Lexington, Columbus, Gn., Hibernian Knights, a handsome gold be required for Norway. If is said that rc.000 men will by Father Raffo this week. They are and Havana, Cuba, and is in line for pro- watch and chain to the lady cashing the A. Barrett, John Ridge. Our friends are requested to send popular young people of the West End. Mrs. Gould warmly favors the idea. garrison duty in the Philippines in The Goulds gave a brilliant party on motion to Major in the regular army. most tickets for their excursion, was won SOCIETY. addition to the army now in the in their communications not later After the ceremony they left on a wed- board the Niagara before leaving Cork. He is every inch a soldier, and has been by Miss Maggie Canty. Messrs. Joe than Thursday mornings to insure ding trip to Chicago, Taylor, Tom Noone and Martin Sheehan The guests included Rear Admiral and extremely popular whereverjplaced. field. The moonlight excursion of the will make the presentation, and Lieut. their insertiou before the following D. J. M. Society The strawberry festival given at St. Mrs. Lake, Col. and Mrs. Bates, several Jerry Hallihau will respond on behalf of and was largely last night was a success Our readers should remember the week. patronized. The comFrancis' Hall this week by the ladies of naval and military officers and their famiThe Brewery Workers' Union will hold the winner. lies and members of the Royal Cork mittee having the affair in charge are candidates announced in these no foundation for the the Cathedral congregation was greatly Yacht Club. The Niagara was splendidly their annual outing at Lion, Garden. There was The Peoria Trades and Labor Gazette entitled to much credit. A This was decided at their meeteng last They are all honorable statement that Alderman William enjoyed by those who attended. columns. decorated for the occasion The next meeting takes place ThursSunday. Renewed efforts will be made has an air of prosperity about it, and is pleasing progrntnhie was rendered and O'Hearn had withdrawn from new and novel feature- - were, introduced. men and would give the city good Wear your hat as little as possible If to unionize those, breweries now outside one.of the newsiest labor journals that day night. This will be an important ' session and members shoiild atteod. cornea to our desk. the. primary; The young lady waitress, who ap your hair Is weak. th u nlon f old. goyernmeiit-- discrimination or Ireland three Irishmen in whose integrity and capacity the disputants have confi dence, whose decision they would be willing to accept, such a com mittee might confer with them bring them to confer with cac other, and difficulties which loo insurmountable would speedily dis appear. Have we three such men? The letter, and especially the paragraph quoted, attracted genera! attention and comment. The propo One of the merriest parties attending the golden jubilee at Gethsemnni was William Kelday spent last week at that chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. J. Graves, and consisted of Mesdames Will WANTED THREE IRISHHEN West Baden. T. Norton. Marion Walker, Kummler In a recent able letter discussing Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Doyle visited and Miss Kavauaugh. Chicago this week. Miss Lillian Kciran entertained last the Irish situation, and urging aud 1'. B. Cloud was among the Louisvill-inn- s Wednesday evening in honor of Mr. O suggestirg plans for Irish unity, so B. Smith, of Illinois. He is n student at nt West Baden this week. earnestly desired by every true the Louisville College of Dentistry, and Irishman, Sir Charles Gavan Duffy The young folks who visit Fern Grove will return soon to his home, where he Tuesdny will have a pleasant time. will spend his vacation. says: in .SATURDAY, JUNE 10, 1S99 Ming. Thin Serge Suits. Creole Linen Suits. Mohairs, Sicilians, Alpacas, Pongee Silks, Tow Linens, Silk Lusters, Genuine Seersuckers from ROGERS, PEET & CO. Furnlsliinos. Front Shirts, Madras Outing Flannel Shirts. Madras, with patent air cells ; shown by us excluSilk Shirts. For Men, Women and Children. Well ventilated and with thin soles. STRAP sively. SLIPPERS "If there be H LEVY BROS. m. g The Ancient Order of Hibernians SILVER JUBILEE At Lion Garden, July 4. GRAND DISPLAY OF FIREWORKS. rs Michael Doerhoefer, ALDERMAN, EE1 Chas. A. Wilson, well-kno- mm II PK M. MULDOON 'best-know- n XJkBtK COMMISSIONER, THOMAS DREWRY Sergeant-at-Arm- s, Sergeant-at-Arni- . ( thirty-sevent- ' I Kll-larn- ey. 1 I fellow-officer- ii New-pa- rt Irish-Americ- . , ! T I h WAT ii .. ru I i in ii unn ii n II T ftll w n u iiii n P Iill! PIRIU IIIATAItl I . m. 1740, was a 9cotchIrislluiati. A short when he returned Hendricks was dead. f i.J... .ulil n tif mft nf nlnce. Fitzmtrick and Hetldricks were Irish ' Oi llHiMLHi Is a candidate for 53 HI as KF IUL UllLIIIM IllUlUMi, UIIIILIII, It I IIIIU 171. and when he Wind the Partners' Library, the first paper met Kenton told him that there were a p . . ....... m ... . I.!- nuiifjci uif mtu 2. w.c intapinr rt ill. tnts cuy, was irom ins press ....Jl puunslied Trlsh Began to Arrive in and type in The (1801-7- ). Matthew Lyon's territory, away from the Ohio, who were Kentucky Ahout us Soon in Ireland for al- not known to the Virginia settlers, father was executed leged treason in 1705. The boy, aged Several who afterward came out bore ns Boone. thirteen years, bound himself to the Irish names. In 1775 Hugh Shannon, Patrick Jor- Captain of the vessel whicli brought him 12 a month after his dan, John Lee and others settled at what over to work for f Simon Kenton AVn.s of Celtic arrival to pay for his passage. A Con- - is now known as Lexington. It is re- Descent, ns Were Mnny of necticut farmer gave the Captain two corded that Patrick Jordan fonnd a large . . . . 4im t -: Lyon's services, anti spring nown mc iui tiimiMtntno I ' He brought the first printing press and ' men. Michael Stoner accompanied llnotio tn ivpiiturUv Iii Jin fl. Caibell IS A CANDIDATE POR . 1. m" Is a Candidate for -' Front the Fifth ward, subject to the action of the Democratic party. COUNCILMAN II 12. J C29 EIGHTH ST. Vanilla and Union, per gal. Fruits and Chocolates, per gal. . . Coffee and Hanana, per gal f 1.00 Almond and Macaroon, per gal $1.00 to $1.25 nisque and Tnttifrutti ?L00 Bricks and Euchre Coc Sherbets and Ices 50c Sweet Cream ....... 05c 7oc 16c ALBERMAN, From the Ciiy at Large, Cream delivered to New Albany and Subject to the action of the Democratic Jeffersonvillc; also shipped to all shipPrimary, June 12. ping points. A specialty. It is the purest and best. Telephones 2144 and 2588. BSTSpecial rales to hotels, dealers and large orders. I IN Candidate for ALDERMAN, Subject to action of the Democratic Tarty. KS3SS3SSSS3BS3SSSSS Walsh the Tailor, $ 232 FOURTH AYE. ?, Examine S Complete Line COUNCILMAN, J. Candidate for Hi Candidate for s Spring Suitings. RIVERVIEW PARK Pirst ward. Vote city at large. Subject to action of the Democratic party. Pirst ward, subject to action Democratic COUNCILMAN rrimary, june i- Is Now Open to A the Public few select dates for picnics, etc., open. Call at office, 413 W. Jefferson. 11 CONCERT EVERY SUNDAY Candidate for By PROF. MORBACH'S BAND. COUNCILMAN n -. J. B. Maddox, Picnics, Socials, ALDERMAN," NOW READY POR Candidate for LION GARDEN Lawn Fetes. Sixth ward, subject to action Democratic Primary, June 12. bulls for Matthew Joseph Lindsey paid Jordan i, .n,t,,i wwwt i,ic limp fnJUifnllv. iiv. j Kver caiimed. iiia irrpfli onth was nhv the two cuineas to allow mm to locate near t.vaii rnnntv. I the snnnir and thet first clearing was t.f lSUtlfc tnp ttltik t,n..riif " J 'J made there. This is now the garden Mention of iv Kentucky rv. is nuiiiku First "m Sep Mi ......... im fnnnil. snot of the Illuetrrass recion. and Settlement Includes Iris h i lie uuiicu "cd. Matthew Lyon, tiiongn once soui icmuer, iuu, mc mai Names. clearing. tnpan nart in the withered from this half-acr- e rV llIU t,ii0 nnb nn ... i 1UI TTi ..plmifTPil tn Tolin Ilaccui located there soon after- . i n..l .. i. nr-ritifnlti nwa1' in Vprttmtif. wnrcl. iinvillL' cuiue uuwu 111c umu ciiui ;,i Hip Wnunlniiniinrv war., un the Lickinu river to the place of set , im HULU a Kin iMTRDPQTIVfi PAPFP .yu.i o ... . w j iuiil. ftH idic in I mere were pruuauiy umci and afteiward a member of Congress tlement. rim,, Ip tnlP in 707. Tn 170S Irish neonle caitllj' roasung cars in uic " nrncppniPi1 iimlpr l . ip alinn and 11 i uecrass remon one year lieforc tue i. The American Irish Historical Society sedition laws and fined JIl.OOO and con- -' declaration of independence, but their eriain wii Ip in names have not oeeii preserved, :ii fn,,r has been doing good work since it was llllWi iW JCll fnr .ww. iimiitliQ . .' i. ...,,c p1pp(p1 in fmiirrpw. nml liv it is that the people living m this "clear ago in calling organized a few years dead-loc- k which elect- - ing" as soon as they heard of the battle n v... . . j Tr.'cli cpttlpments ill the i his vole broke the UlLWIlkluii .vy mrl.. . rnmintr to Ken- - of Lexinctoii nanieii me seuieutciu in Pil TpfTprsnn President. . .. . United States w nc n ordinary nisionans , n ninnppr m Hie wilder- - honor Of tlie lirsi victory in me revoiu . forget or give the 'credit to the Scotch- tiol. IM., T r.rrn,i fiiiiiilv lias nlwavs been i. i.i... . Irish. The Vice President ot the society ii. t : for Kentucky has contributed nn inter- Kentucky. In 1775 Benja ifrakfort. He afterward served prominent in ... . ...l.j.1. ..,11 nnnMr 111 Illpl CSllllg JJiUJCl "i'l"- forthcoming volume of the American Irish historical series. The Kentucky an Indian agency in Arkansas, and was and mother were born in Ireland, and Irish American has received an advance oipn.e,! in Pnnirress from that State: so settled in Virginia, loung jk"" met eonv of the naner and presents it in this. 111ULL1IC Kentucky when twenty-on, . w ij lJUlli I'ltllt iHjiiiiiiiHI rinim. tn ' issue. It will prove interesting i" nf niir readers: Kentuckv was admitted to the Union February A, 1791, but long before that time Irishmen had invaded the "UarK Indeed when nml lUoodv Ground." Daniel Uoone took time to write a little history for future generations by carving "Here D. nn n tree with his iack-knifUoone Cilled a Har." it is not improbable that an Irishman was in speaking dis tance. Simon Kenton, the companion of llnnne. who came to Kentucky trout vtr ginia in 1771, was of Irish parentage. His father was bom in the County Done ir.il. Kenton's life was even more ro mantic than Hoone's. While yet a minor he fled from his State because he believed he had killed a rival for the hand of a fair Virginia damsel, and coming to the wilds of Kentucky assumed the name of immi IJutler. To recount his many deeds of bravery and privation would fill volumes. Indeed lie was tlie greatest Indian fighter the country ever produced. henrine from Virginia that Tn ITS4', William Veach. the man he had struck ith a blow of his fist, was not dead, he resumed his name of Simon Kenton, nnd in 1703 served as Major under Gen Anthony Wayne. He founded Kenton's Station ard Mavsvillc and planted the first corn raised in the State north of the Kentucky river. Thomas Kennedy and Michael Stoner built a cabin and made some improvements on Stoner's fork of r I river, ill HOUrllOll .COlllltV. Ill the Pioneers. i- nnrol Jonn L. GruDer ALDERMAN ' Candidate for CITY AT LARGE, Democratic Primary, June iuiik A. From the Twelfth . Sumect to t ie action oi me ueinocrauc Primary, June 12. J. ROSS, for 1 I ri.,i r. :n COUNCILMAN, Ward, Candidate for ALDERMAN Subject to action of Democratic Primary, June 12. Is a Candidate for "-- ...: ... JOHN TEVIS ALBERT II. CHARLTON NOMtNKU THH t.i. ... district, h From the and Fifth wards, from First to Hancock streets. Forty-sevent- LEGISLATURE Fourth PRIMARY GENERAL ASSEMBLY From the Eleventh and Twelfth wards, subject to action of the Democratic party. ... e, " Thirty-sevent- h Subject to the action of the Democratic Senatorial district, com primary, June 12. posed of 3d 'Ith, Cth, (Hit and 7th wards; subject to action of Democratic party. Robert Tyler SENATE CANDIDATK l'OR I5I.HCTION, JUNK 12. Len G. Herndon Is a candidate for to BOARD OF ALDERMEN CHARLES I. CRONAN, Candidate for Charles G. Hulsewede. Candidate for e, ALDERMAN Subject to action of Democratic miliary. June rz. Subject to action of the Democratic Pri mary, june rj, iyy. John McEHiott, Candidate for WILLIAM PATTERSON, Candidate for COUNCILMAN, Subject to action of Democratic miliary, june iz. 18!)0. NOVItMllHR KM5CTION. Subject to action of the Democratic Pri mary, june rj, iyy. 1899. HUMPHREY Is a candidate for 1ECIIT for Pri- MAXWELL Forty-eight- h DAVIS, wards, subiect to tlie action oi me Demo cratic part'. LEGISLHTURE, district, Sixth and Seventh Candidate for the Subject to action of the Democratic mary, June 12, 1899. JOSEPH RADEMAKER, uanijiuauv run CHAS. BYRNE, Candidate for trt-ini- 1774 This Garden has been newly decorated Subject to the action of the Democratic nf Virginia un to Ii91. and the latter and refurnished for the present season, rariy. 'SQUIRE JOHN McCANN. Qinte evpreised full control over the appointments of all kinds, with Rogers Clark dis Innils until Georee He will prove a worthy successor to the late Judge Thompson. and invites the inspection of church and society committees puted this right. The records show that before closing contracts. with the surveying parties sent out by oi Boone and Simon Kenton and planted Lion Garden is a cool, pleasant retreat, Virginia to this State were many men ing no Scotch prefix, has tne record transfers man ever elected to the the first corn in what is now called Lin easily accessible, with street-ca- r being the only hen rincr Irish names not bcotcn-inscoln county. Logan was one of the most Candidate for to all parts of the city. For terms and George Croghan, an American Congress from three States. first-class Kentucky was onlv a colony or county ALDERMAN PRIMARY JUNE 12. Subject to action of Democratic party. ALDEmflfl Subject to action of the Democratic Pri mary, june tj, losiy. Sunday-schoo- l, iilll! WILLIAM J. STACK, Paul C. Barth Is a candidate for for Candidate for n, dates address or call on WILLIAM BAUER, Lessee and Manager. ' but plain Irish. Col. a Congress intrenid of the earlv uioneers. and led Subiect to the action of the Democratic Subject to actfon of the Democratic Pri- Irishman, writing in his journal June 1, His son, Chittenden Lyon, was mary, June 12, 1899. Primary, June 12. man from Kentucky in isi', anu nis many charges against tlie Indians, being 17Go. says: "We arrived within a mile ot Colonel in the early mtlitta ot tne are numerous in this State. Fourth ward, subject to action of Demo. the falls of the Ohio (Louisville), where descendents I Many of the old families yet tn Louis Commonwealth. M cratic party. we encamped after coming titty miles Daniel Boone about 1775 found in In 1784 ville are of Irish extraction. LIIUUI!) ill IVIl day." This was even before Boone's this of Ireland, settled Powell's Valley Richard Hogan, Hugh Candidate for the time. Col. Croehan was a contiec- - Patrick Joyes, a native and their Candidate for , at the falls. He was a man ot education McGarry and Thomas Denton u lion uv umrriuKc "f ucii. ui.uiki. .w6v. -.t families. These located afterward at cc 5n sneakinc several languages nueiiwy. me .i. Candidate for Mrs. McGarry and Mrs. . .1 rn...!1.. I.na loft ito itiinpftcfl nti tnf Sxtfltft Harrodstown. t rnrlinna nml Illinois ami acnuircd all ot Hotran were the first white women to go From the Eighth and Ninth wards, subEighth and Ninth wards, Democratic .. .. uuc oi ucmuucuis i. it..:i,i ever since. tlie ISoruiwesi lerniory iect to the decision Democratic Primary, primary, june iz. nttnrnv up Salt river, which histoiic stream is . . VV. Market St. i" stflfps. If Gen. Clark was not an Irish- - iuuu 342 June 12. now so frequently mentioned in conDemocratic Primary. Subiect to action r jeucui. tUu..lr ,n 1,i,,,KP1f. his records show that many 1 T II it. n1nrtni'ti rw I.MCIMIICO When Gen. Georce Rogers Clark was nection with defeated candidates after hia soldiers were Irish, and his sister years; real BROWS LEGHORNS. 1899. NOVKMMIR HI.KCTION. 1899. The Presidential and other elections. Finest Work, Louisville for moreonthan 20 Positively the .. i William Crog old and feeble, after having spent a good married one of that race, esiaie agent since iou. nart of his life fighting the British and Hogaus and the McGarrys have frequent Average 200 eggs a year. Eggs for in ti he retired to a cautn on tne ly "gone up Salt river" since, ngurauveiy hatching 5 cents each. Two Cockerels The first .. survey nude t of Louisville the Indians, Reduction in prices for but the Indians were not wait- for sale cheap. . ... TI..11.' tl of the Ohio. One day he speaking, was in 177il. UV lani. 1 nomas uuiiiu, north bank Candidate for the thirty days to introduce an Irish ing for them on the banks with toma were John Fitzpatrick, fell and broke his leg,, and and his associates D. doctor, Ferguson, who was the only. stir- - hawks as in 1775. my Pictures. Tames, George and Robert oicAtee, an People of Irish birth or extraction were Tl... Candidate for .. 2422 St. Xavler. ut. jum. r,... 11.. n.miail L'COn in WUISVIIIC OI lugkliuv. uiuuuiu.vu- pioneers in the educational line. Bishop irtsnmeii. fi7r Sixth and Seventh wards, Forty-eight- h . mU Willie lliuiura wuuv."J, 1773 C'nl fI ". in ill nuui says ' ...!. 1.1... .l . .ln .nnrn li . mf ttint. Spalding in his notes on Kentucky " a ..all.... nf Trplnllll. WAS SerVCU Willi Him l"c nws, the Democratic party. JUUU UUIUUl.li William Cootnes, an excellent KELLY & SON DIRECTORY rmivpii- - i tial niustc. marcliitiK around the cabin to that Mrs. SOCIETY u JOHN Harrods-bur- g IRISH a iiicuiuc! r i, - fo.,c!,ii?n,inl Catholic lady, taught school in Fourth ward, subject to artion of the tion held in Danville in 1797. iU was keep up discourage while the operation .Democratic party. in 1775. This was long before a DEALERS IN mem- - was Boiugon. fhe Kentuckv House, a church or court was opetied in Kentucky. Oi William II. English, itt writing the hpr of Concre3S and a larije land owner in Smith, the historian, who was not a Candidate for Cotinuest ot tlie jNortnwoi ierruory, Catholic, says that "in the year 1775 Dr. what is now called Louisville. DIVISION 1 G. William II. English .spent 50,000.and spettt n great deal of time and monej' Hart and William Coomes settled Dren-no- n Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues- JUDGE OF THE POLICE COURT five vears of his life writing a history of during twenty years or more of his life Springs, in Henry county, but after day Evenings of Each Month. OF LOUISVILLE, moved the conquest of the Northwest Territory Being a millionaire, he could afford to ward nMi.hr.pil to Harrod's Station. Dr. President Edward Clancy. Candidate for ttipiliritip. null the wife of hv Georire Rogers Clark and his asso- - travel and spare the time looking up iin .! Subject to the action of the Democratic Vice President Thomas Dolan. opetied a school for chil party. Recording Secretary L. D. Perranda. ciates. While Mr. English may perhaps records and buying tliem wiiere neeiuui. William Coomes ' Seventeenth and Bank Streets. 1,.. ....... - froiiornlinns nn the Tn 1iiq lilstnrv lip ilnps not enter into tile dren." Financial Secretary Peter Cusick, 132 fi.iuro .. .. i.. luiguuf j uc j observes, "the first physi Twentieth street. ti.. "Thus." he running mate of Gen. Winfield Scott part taken by the Irish, though he told cian and tin first school teacher iu KenFifth ward, subject to action of Treasurer John Miilloy. me once uiai nau u nui uccu ior mc men tucky were both Catholics." Whether Hancock on tne Democratic rresiuenuui tlie Democratic pariy. Special attention given to r lQOn lilo nniim mill ivpr hi re. nf h!c rnpp ('Inrtf - wnlllil never have ac- - Ihev were Irish or not thev cot the credit !i i ' DIVISION 2 The Best Flvo- ' J ....... - ..... - UCKCI UI IOUV iv. family orders, and goods deCottt cigar an niembered by reason of the publication complished what he did in conquering of being of that race, as did all of the Meets on the Second and Fourth Thurscan smoko.- - "ncossS- up cuiit?i:Lt:u liic jiumea I tlie liiiiiuiis ill iciiiui.nt iiuu viiv. a. Presbyterian irisu who seined in me livered to all parts of the M tiiia iieinrr. day Evenings of Each Month. State previous to 1780 ot being ot bcotcii J3 1 ii-ri-s , vv. nf nMrlv nil of the soldiers who were dians and British north of the Ohio President William T. Median. city. Manufacturer, English, writing of descent. President Thomas Camfield. Vice Dr. Thomas Dunn with Clark in his fights With the British Kentuckians are proverbial for their Secretary J. Charles Obst. o,l JnA nns. lietnnnniL' lit 17HU. and a trin he made turounn tlie mountains oi independence of character and disregard Recording Secretary John T. Keaney, Preston and Rawllngs Sts. Financial deeds of. Kentucky several years ago, says that he of sham and false pretense, and it has devotes 700 or more pages to the Candidate for a mystery to me why so 1835 Rogers street. Clark and his men. They deserve it all, was riding along one day in a wagon always been coming trom ancestors like Treasurer Owen Keiren. s soldiers when one of the "natives" who was many of them, forbad it not been for Clark Matthew Lyon, Ben Logan, Simon KenBIG DIVISION 3 Subject to the action of the Democratic the territory north of the Ohio to west of piloting him saw a rabbit run across the ton and Patrick Joyes, claim to be Scotch- une is. would still be British. It highway. "Stop a minute, Dock," cried Irish. Certainly in 1791, when the State Meets on the First and Third Wedtiesday rrimary, j the Mississippi TO . . . r i Eveniugs af Each Month. EUROPEAN PLAN. would take a goon ueai oi space io give the Kentuckian. "until I heave a domick was admitted to the Union, few, if any, old in President Joseph P. Taylor. the Irish names in the rolls of Clark's at that rabbit." Dr. English, coming to Scotchmen's names appear Irishthe hundreds Phil Cavanaugh. Vice. President inauire. found that the mountains had annals, inwhileearly historyof of the namescnlfliers. Comthe Recording Secretary JohnCavanaugh. figure FLEISCHER, Prop. Clark in 1778 came to Louts been settled long ago by Irish, and the monweami. iiic oniy acoicnman mat With Gen. Financial Secretary N. J. Sheridan, Candidate for the ville John Haggin and John Montgomery, word "domick," for stone, was only one has figured in Kentucky history that I 2018 Lytle street. Sixth and Court Place. Corner Treasurer George J. Dutler. both Irishmen and Captains in ins com of mauv Celtic words wlitcli survived have heard of is Tames B. Beck, and he means a pioneer. mand. They landed at Com Island, iu The mountaineers were of Irish extrac was not by any A First Class Restaurant lu Connection DIVISION 4 laugui scuuui a josepil " Legislative Dis- the Ohio river, at the head of the falls, tion,I but thev did not know it them Boonesboro JJOUipuan and the children of From the Forty-sixt- h in 1779, Meets on the Second and Fouth Wednes AND AM. TOINtS IN trict, composed of the ritrht oDDOsitc what is now Louisville. Little is Daniel Boone were his pupils. day Evenings of Each aionui. Even before Clark come to Louisville known of his earlv htstorv. but it is Tn. 17R9 there lived in Louisville with Up. Second aitd Third Words, ROOMS FROM 50c. President John H. Hennessy. McManus, Hugh Simon Kenton records that in 1775 he lo more than probable that his name was xr: T)rIrlonf Thnnins T.vncll. Subject to the action of the Democratic their families John ... upper and lower Blue Licks, Donivan, and it was corrupted into Donirnrhran. lohn Dovle. John Caghey, John cated in the Recording Secretary Thomas J. Kelly. party. was Irish. Secretary George Flahitf, Humble, John where came was plentmu, and ne con phan and thit he Financial Cunningham, Michael .. A man with the leisure and means .. HERE YOU ARE FOR to streei. Democratic Voters Hnndlev. Andrew Hincs. Thomas Mc sidered them as paradises, une day,the could strike a rich field if he looked into 420 East uray Harry Brady. ( To 1r. O I A A out of came Treasurer ' UNION DEPOT history of the early settlement of Carty, Thomas Purcell, James Sullivan, his great surprise, there of Kentucky. his cabin two men, who the Ketitucky." He would find that probably Concr Seventh St. and River. C Tames Brown and John McCarland, and woods toward DIVISION per cent, of the settlers who CITY TICKET OFFICE I beg to announce my candidacy for most of these came with Clark. That said their names were Fitzpatrick and seventy-fiv- e First wid Third Tuesday No. 218 Fourth Ave. tlie omce ot State ireasurer, suujeci 10 was a pretty good Irish settlement for Hendricks. They had been living in the came from Virginia, Maryland and Penn- Meets on the Evenings of Each Month iliu. nciinn nf thf Dptiinrratic convention. Fitzpatrick said sylvania previous to 1780 were of Irish PRESTON AND MARKET. GATTISSS,' McCarthy ilavs. when men who went out to vicinitv for some time. President William J. June 21, 1899. My early business train- those Viminla. and birth or extraction. It has only been Louisville, Ky. Vice President John J. Lannan. General Agent, ing was received in the Auditor's and nlnw were obliired to take their rifles lie wanted to return to touched ou here Hundreds of pioneers Recording Secretary J. E. Yenner. ODORLESS VAULT GLEANING. Treasurer's offices, and I believe I have along to defend themselves hgainst hos Kenton" cave him a skill and hid mm of Celtic origin have not been mentioned, n. HfrrnPMTPTf . Pnsa. Traf. Mtfr.. n. X. Tiemev Maysville and the writer has scarcely touched upon i cmnil.hve at what is new called all the qualifications pecessary to the tile Indians niaiiv.. WARREN J. LYNCH, A. G. P. A.t 13S8t Grayson street, intelligent discbarge of the duties of the VTj a will venture tnaav that Matthew oil the Ohio. While, Kenton was on this the subject for want of time, but what has ......... .w Telenhones ioo7i8ao. . 1.1. Treasurer George A. Daniel. recorded here can be verified. :.!..! .. .. 4 .. 1 . n ..un ... . TIllBAinU 1IH11IL11H inj. IM U1B U.M.I'. UU been v.uuin)r 1ir.nl.lm. " Wifi oflice very,repecuuiiy HKRNDON, Lyon DQTll in utc r DRY1 WBLL DKWtrW, Orterif by ., 7N0. C. ALDERMAN, Ullnll ALDERMAN, COUNCILMAN 0 'NeM's New Studio, M. J. FORD, .- 1 ALDERMAN, r, t,c ... d. James P. Reedy, .f ic School Trustee, LEGISLATURE Henrv L. Kremer LEGISLATURE, v.uu., P. COUNCILHAN, ...... 1 CHAS. JACQUES, I r-- t... .- Groceries, Vegetables, Produce. Fresh Meats, I IIS. . 18 IN A. II. Squire John MGGanll Councilman, 1. B. f.ti..., VJ A o H C,QAR 118 IrlttH-Amorlc- x. wr ij o FOUR St, Nicholas Hotel ROUTE Wii. Jas. Mention, LEGISLATURE the Indianapolis Peoria CHICAGO nni nil INDIANA and MICHIGAN. BEST TERMINALS w f S. J. JOHN KARNBY. 1 I .... rr:.,ii Cr-rotnr- v --- , XCJ&anDXJOKZY IRISH AMERICAN HIBERNIANS. some members of the North Tippcrary militia at Nenagh on Monday evening. They arrived in town in large numbers for embodiment. Before proceeding to Record of the Host Important of the barracks, however, a furious encoun- What They Have Been Doing ter took place between a number of them. the Past Week General the Recent Events Culled Many of those who engaged in the fight OF- News Notes. From Exchanges. suffered more or less serious injury. The disturbance was quelled by the military police and constabulary force. Division 1 meets Tuesday night. Iidy Hetty Balfour turned the first sod At Blessington an inquest was held at a I There was an unusual flow of oratory of the Carndonagh and IHincrana railway farmer named Michael McDonnell, of . at the meeting of Division 0. Tuesday. 13. Templehaden, Lackcn, who died from John Cavanaugh has been added to our The English members of Parliament the effects of a fall at the last fair of I repertorial staff. He's all right. MEALS touring in the South visited ltantry and Blessington. From the COUNCIL evidence it apGlenganff. ine niucrnians of Anaconda, Minn pears that the deceased, who was an old Boats leave at 8:30 a. 111. and 1:30 p. 111. Lady Limerick has been n prominent man, fell down some steps in Boothman's approached holy communion in n body If they need attention there is no better place to figure in Dublin society of late, joining public house, and his head coming in bunuay weel;. have them fixed than at the Division 4 may parade on the Fourth in all the gaieties. contact with one of the steps concussion of July. The Limerick boys are made of The Lord Lieutenant recently received ensued and he never regained consciousa deputation at the Castle with reference ness. A verdict of accidental death was tlie right stuff. The Daughters of F.riu, of Inkerman, Irish fisheries. to the returned. I TCO UPOIi APTCD . A large meeting was held at Castlebar Pa., celebrated their first anniversary The Duke and Duchess of Devonshire with a banquet and entertainment. have become very fond of their Irish es- on Sunday, May 21, in St. Patrick's Division 2 showed its appreciation of schools for the purpose of establishing a tates and visit them frequently. Archbishqp Walsh has expressed the branch of the Gaelic League in that town. the services of William T. Median by him President for another opinion that the State should undertake Rev. P. Lyons presided and delivered a the education and training of the blind. very interesting address on the good to year. The members of Division 3 should be Richard O'Kelly, a bank teller of the be achieved by the preservation of the Hibernian Hank, was charged with em Irish language. Several resolutions were at the next meeting when the election of bezzlement at the Northern Police Court passed unanimously with reference to the officers takes place. Absentees will be Right Next to Avcmic Theater. teaching of Irish in schools. A branch fined. May 23. 01 ine league Having been established, a' At Roddy Hall, Brighton, Mass., the At the Limerick Council it was de Their prices are the lowest, work the best, and coraiai vote ot tnanks to the Chairman first anniversary of the Ladies' Auxiliary cided that three delegates should be ap I . J 1! .L , . all guaranteed. 1 hey will treat you right. me proceeuings 10 a ciose. was observed with a dance and enter- pointed to attend the national convention uroiigui At the Drogheda Quarter Sessions, be tainment. as suggested by Sir Thomas Esmonde. ItKMKMIiKIt THE PLACE: As the editor of this column may be fore County Court Judge Kisbey, John H At the Limerick County Council Timo absent from the city during the next thy Hannigan, Pallaskery, was elected Kirk, son of George Harley Kirk, ex two weeks, Hibernians will please send M. P. for Louth, sought $750 for the Coroner for West Limerick by sixteen to seventeen votes for T. D. McCoy, alleged malicious burning of a large tneir favors to this office. quantity of hay, straw, etc., at Clogher The County Board sent its congratulaSolicitor. Head. The burning took place a few tions to P. J. O'Connor on new local government act weeks ago. This Under the being the first case of his ICY the medical officers of the Boards of the kind under the recent local govern ot election to the Supreme Presidency tlie Catholic Knights of America Guardians arc entitled to a month's ment act, a good deal of interest was uarney vou, ot jeitersonville, was one leave of absence each year without loss aroused. His honor dismissed the case, of the orators at the Elks' convention at of salary. holding that no evidence was given of Muncie, and it is said his remarks made DANIEL DOUGHERTY. At a meeting of the Drogheda District the burning being either wanton or ma THOMAS KEENAN. a most favorable impression, many vot S Council, the Right Hon. Thomas Dickson licious. ing him a natural born statesman. presiding, it was resolved to transfer to W. Hazell, one of the partv of EhrHsIi The reunion and county ball under the the County Council the custody of the members of Parliament who have beeu patronage of the Hibernians of Boston court-hous- e making a tour of Ireland, while at Gleng. took place in the Mechanics' building The Irish Trades Congress at its meet arm said tnat lie believed that a great ing in Derry adopted resolutions favoring deal of good would result from the tour. and was one of the most enjoyable and successful ever given by the order, municipal ownership of public necessi The beauties of Ireland were not S at all Rev. J. J. Slevin, of Shieldsville, embracing gas, electric light, water, so well known as they deserved, and he ties, 1229 West Alarket Street, Bet. Twelfth and Thirteenth Minn., left last week for a s mines and railway franchises. could not understand why English peo visit in Europe, most of which time will 1 MISS KATE SMITH, Lady Assistant and Embalmer. At a special court held in Thurlesa man pie should go abroad in search of natural be spent in Ireland. The Hibernians and named Matthew Butler, of Beakstown beauty when it lay in such abundance All Calls Promptly Attended to. Day or Nisrht. Car- Foresters made him a present of a hand Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice. was brought up charged with having so near at hand. England had made j riufrcs Furnished lor All Occasions. some purse before his departure. stolen a bullock. The prisoner was re many mistakes with regard to Ireland in S. Richard H. Kenney is probably the turned for trial, but admitted to bail. the past, but he hoped that as n result of gj TELEPHONE 810. The members of the Musical and Elocu this tour many misunderstandings would youngest Hibernian in the order. He was initiated a member of Division 01 of tionary Society of the Dublin Catholic be removed. Roxbury, Mass., on the day he was Commercial Club gave the final concert At the annual meeting of the North eighteen years of age. He is a student . of their session on the 27th. The pro uerry TT..! unionist Association , Held in varied and attractive one, Limavady, Rev. George Moriarty, refer at Boston College and will graduate this gramme was a year, going to Maryland to study for the On Thursday evening the wife of ring to the association, regretted he could priesthood. blacksmith named James McCullagh, of not take the same interest in it now as After the initiation of four candidates Longford, gave birth to triplets tw at the last general election. He had his INCORPORATED. at the meeting of Division 27. Fenwick boys and a girl. The children are all fingers burned. He could not agree with alive, and both mother and children are the Attorney General in his attitude to Hall, Boston, addresses were made by Z DESIGNERS AND BUILDERS OF MAIN-StRE- Et ward the university question. At the officers of several other divistons in thriving well. Suffolk county, among them Presidents M ITALIAN MARBLE, AMERICAN AND SCOTCH GRANITE County Court Judge William H. Kis last general election the Orangemen had Daily, O'Connell. Butler, Padden and bey commenced the business of Quarter sunk their feelings so as not to cause dis Vice President D. A. jjjj McCarthy, of Bos union among Unionists, and if asked Sessions for the Drogheda Division of the ton. The latter also irave several read County Louth. There being no criminal now whether they had done right he ings. business, his honor was presented by the could not answer in the affirmative. The The celebration of Moore's anniversary Sheriff with the emblematical white Orangemen held the key of the situation under the auspices of Division 8 of Min and would use it in future. gloves. neapolis last Monday evening proved to Artistic Work Only Solicited. Workshops and Studios, Carrara, Italy. j The opening day of the Tervoe fete be a The nineteenth annual congress of the great success from an oratorical and postal telegraph clerks was held at Bel proved an unqualified success. Crowds musical strandpoint. KY. Hon. John Bren 1 WAREROOMS, 322 to 328 WEST GREEN STREET. fast, lasting three days. The delegates journeyed from Limerick to Lord Emly's nan delivered an interesting address and were given n banquet on the evening of demesne, where the fete was held. The the Temple Quartet sang several of May 27 at the Grand Central Hotel, which stalls were presided over by some of the Miss Hattie May Moore's melodies. was presided over by Alderman James city and county ladies. Lord and Lady Donnelly sang "The Meeting of the Etnly were among the most energetic Waters" in exquisite Henderson. style, and Prof, On Sunday the Redemptorist Fathers workers to promote the success of the Reidy exhibited fine stereopticon views opened a mission at Collin, County fete, the proceeds of which go to defray of Ireland. Louth, of which place the Rev. Thomas tlie expense incurred in the renovation Fully 300 persons attended the meet St. Catherine. Murray is parish priest. There was a of Ballybrown Catholic church. A popu ing and smoke talk given under the lar resort at the bazar was the Cafe very numerous attendance from Collin auspices of Division 1 of Boston. The and the surrounding parishes. It is forty Chantant. The band of the Boys' In gathering 0 was in charge of President dustrial School played during the day. years since a mission was last held there, John A. Ryan. Seated with him on the A. M. Cole, in a letter to Mr. Curtis, The fete closed on Wednesday, May 24, platform were Hon. E. 0 J. Slattery, State party in with a grand athletic display. the whip of the President; Martin J. Roche. State Treas Frank Fehr's Beer always on tap. Special attention paid to Week after week scenes of a disordery urer; the Cork corporation, resigns his con President Stratton, of Mil- orders for family use. nectinn with the party, as in honor he character are witnessed at the meetings ford; President Murphy, of Division 42; Good thinks there is no other course open to in connection with itinerant preachers, Roger Scanuell, of Division him after the action of the party in ex who are allowed to congregate in the 1, and others. President Ryan made an eluding him from every public board of precincts of the Belfast court-houssays eloquent protest against n M. 0 a correspondent in the Independent. the city. On alliance. 0 The second meeting of the Naas Sunday an old man named James Davis -A large audience of members of the Telephone 384. 248 West Jefferson Street. District Council was held at Bless sustained severe bodily injuries, from Ancient Order of Hibernians heard an Capt. A. J. tel which he succumbed in the Royal Hos address in Cretin Hall, St. Paul, last ltigton court-hous0000000000000000000000000000000000900009000,00000000 21d-22- 7 presiding. A resolution ler was pital, where he was conveyed after the Sunday afternoon by J. T. Keating, of calling upon fracas. - The speeches of the speakers at Chicago, the National President of the unanimously adopted JOHIV 12. KHANK. have for some time order, who is making a tour of the United the War Office to contribute toward the the custom-hous- e expense of keeping the road to the been excessively demonstrative against States, says the Irish Standard. Judge the Roman Catholics of Belfast, and the Kelly, of tlie District Court, presided, Shankhill Camp at Kilbride. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN an in and a number of prominent citizens At the meeting of the Wexford Board police should now put an end-tof Guardians it was decided, on the mo tolerable nuisance calculated to lead to surrounded him on the platform. Mr. tion of Michael Browne, to send all the bloodshed. Keating's discourse related principally to ICY At the quarterly meeting of the Wex conditions in Ireland, past and present. 812 orphan children in the workhouse, boys S14 CLAY and gtrls, outside and place them in the ford District Council, James Codd pre He said that Ireland had been governed Telephone 209-- 2. charge of foster parents. Arrangements siding, Uiarles II. Peacock said that they by laws the most cruel that perverted in' were made to select a suitable number of should apply to the Board of Works for a genuity of man could invent. He disap ?rant to repair Kilmore pier and break proved of an alliance between the United such persons in the country. At the last meeting of the Balliurobe water. Owing to the exertions of John States and England, and said that Eng, District Council, J, Dooley in the chair, Parry a large grant had been obtained land should not be permitted to set its Peter Regan proposed that the official and spent in this work, and it now ap- - foot on American soil. Mr. Keating stamp ot me uainnronc union nave the pears that the money was not judiciously praised the Irish people for their love of impression upon it: of the harp and the expended by the Board of Works, as Its their native land and their patriotism for 1400-140- 4; shamrock instead of the crown. This was only effect practically was to injure the the land of their adoption. There were Lord Maurice Fitzgerald said no better defenders of the American flag unanimously agreed to, and the clerk Harbor. 891. LOUISVILLE, KY., . he was inclined to believe that money had At was instructed to purchase the stamp. me man .1. insii people nn i ineir descend-.1 not been as wisely laid out as it might ents, and an alliance with England would 42S-43- 0 St. It was stated at the meeting of the have been. It was unanimously decided mean the ultimate downfall of repub Roscrea Board of Guardians that under to make application to the Board of lican ideas in America. XirI?inG:, !l.JSO the new system of rating and assessing Works for a grant. There was a large audience at the property values the valuation of that sec Horses and Vehicles to hire at all hours, at reasonable rates. Middlesex, Middletown, Conn., concert Hon of the Great Southern & Western GRADUATING EXERCISES. All Kinds of TELEPHONE 1140. and lecture given under the auspices of railway line which runs through the The graduating exercises of the pupils the united divisions of the order aid the Roscrea Union will be reduced by $7,000, and that in a neiEhborinir union the re- - of the Academy of Our Lady of Mercy Ladies' Auxiliary of that place and Portwill be held at Library Hall on Friday land. The concert was rendered bv St. w " nn .A r - Ar UUkllUII WUU1U UC .:U,UUV. rjp " " " Hall, 131 "1 IV The greatest sorrow prevailed at Castle morning, June, 10, at 10 o'clock. They ohn's choir of Middletovn under the IF are of a high order, and there is a great direction of Mrs. M. D. Murphy and St. bar owing to the melancholy demise of P. demand for invitations, which are lim Mary's choir under Miss Sweeney's J. Kelly, Solicitor and Coronor. The sad event took place at his residence ited so as to prevent being uncomfortably rection. After the concert seats on stage were taken by the officers of the May 23, after a few days' illness. The crowded. FIRST CLASS flAKER OP FINE ,1! Middletown nnrl tYirtlnnrl deceased was highly esteemed and reCONFIRMATION AT ST. CECILIA'S. County Director Bransfield and Hon. P.' spected throughout the entire county, CerV T?inn Mr Ttrnneflol.l nrncl.ll mm ...! .... ., ... ... , utkaiMwu where he enjoyed a large practice. Great Tomorrow morning at the early mass a Two handsomt Emblems of the Ancient Order of tor. Nineiccntn ana uuncan. sympathy is felt for his widow, his rela large class of boys and girls will receive introduced Mr. Finn in a graceful sneech. 1708 Seventh Street,. Fine' Lunch and Music Saturday Night. their first communion in St. Cecilia's His subject was "Irish Loyalty to Auieri- Hibernians will be awarded by the Kentucky Irish at tives and friends. Work Guaranteed and Repairing Neatly Done. can Citizenship." He is nn eloquent The winner of the Kyle Irish prize this church. At 3 o'clock in the afternoon -- COONEY. LAWLER- and-h- is graphic account of the American to the members receiving the highest numthe Right Reverend Bishop will adminis speaker, year is Patrick William O'Conncll, who part that the citizens also ber of votes, these coupons only to be used for ballots. tf. was flip successful last year in obtain-. - ter the sacrament of confirmation, have taken in the history of this country-wa- s Iticr Tf una fnilt.rliwl fnr Mia nrlr again and again roundly applauded, BARBERS' UNION GROWING. 1 couragement of the study of the Irish CAFE AND RESTAURANT, He discussed the question of an jr. language in tue university in commemoraThe Barbers' Union initiated seven t alliance, which he condemned A SUPERIOR tton of the late Right Rev. Samuel Kyle, members Thursday night and completed in most scathing terms. At the close of S Bishop of Cork, and formerly provost of arrangements for their picnie at Phoenix his address Mr. Finn was given a hearty Manufactured at Record the Candidate on the First Line, Division on the Second. 22! THIRD AVE. Tit Trinity College. The Kyle prize is open 18. Officers were also nom ovation. The meeting closed with the Hill June Eighteenth and Duncan Streets. Private Dining Rooms. Open Day and inated, and the' election takes plaec June singing of "The. Star Spangled Baunw" Night. Best of .Wines and Cigars, between 29. They are rteidily mining, show. by the choirs and the audience, v Om Dollar Year for This Paper TBLKPHONK eea, How i IRELAND. ANN AL OUTI NG Are Your MACKIN COUNCIL At Fern Grove, Tuesday, June WILL BE SERVED BY THE Teeth? I I Louisville Dental Parlors, 544 FOURTH- ST., FRANK FEHR BREWING 60. 1 ..... Louisville Dental Parlors, -l-T FOURTH ST. 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