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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i y I r 1 M J- i 0ORR FP HA MEDERS- URGEON 0 R DENTIST 347 W JEFFERSON ST Bet Third and Fourth Office Hour from 8 to 3 Sun days 9 tort aVOLUME IINO 26 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JULY 1 1899 PRICE FIVE CENTS 1 WILLIAM GOEBEL I j l Won the Nomination for Governor of the State of Kentucky I Most Disorderly Convention in the History of the Dem ocratic Party Police Force Unjustly Abused for Obeying Orders of Superiors J THE FULL STATE TICKET NOMINATED T After six days of the wildest contusion and wrangling charge and counter charge ever witnessed in the State of I Kentucky the delegates to the Demo cratic State Convention which convened in this city on Wednesday June 21 suc ceeded in nominating Senator William Goebel for the office of Governor he defeating both Hon Wat Hardin and Capt Stone His victory is the most remarkable in the history of Kentucky politics from the fact that he was considered the weakest candidate and came to the convention with only a small per centage of the instructed vote The first step of his friends was to enter into a combination with Stones managers whereby control of the temporary organ ization of the convention was obtained This was followed by the unseating of a large number of Hardin delegates the Stone men now claiming they were led i to believe their favorite would receive GoeIbelsI I I organization and dictating the balance of the ticket However this is strenuously I I I denied by the admirers of the man from CovingtonThe I Ir organization was made permanent Judge Redwine of Breathitt f county occupying the chair and what I he did not know about parliamentary f law he would allow none to tell him I Isis refusal to entertain an appeal from t any and all of his rulings caused the convention i to be kept in a state of the great I cst disorder for nearly two days and when the police force put in its appear II ance bedlam broke loose They were not responsible for their presence in the hall merely obeying the orders of those high in authority just as a regiment ofJ soldiers would and the abuse heaped upon them by the press and others was as uncalledfor as it was unjust That t their presence in such numbers was a gratuitous reflection on the character RndI conduct of the delegates and visitors to t the convention can not be deniedand may hereafter be the cause of opposition to future legislation in their behalf at Frankfort which would be only an added wrong After being brought to the hall no use was made of their services which exposes the folly of the whole proceed ing They were compelled to remain in- line I day after day when they should have i been at home or on their beats and dur- Ing the whole time their conduct was I exemplary and dignified The party or parties who called for their presence should bear the censure and not the police who are not only good citizens but a credit to the city The platform adopted is much the same as that upon which the last campaign was conducted indorsing Bryan Blackburn free silver and opposition to trusts and if carried out will contribute to Democratic snccess in the future But the Democratic party must win the com ing election to put it into effect To do this there should be a reunion of the fac lions without which many think success impossibleSenator Goebel received the nomina tion late Tuesday night and the conven tion completed its work Wednesday eve ning at 1030 The full ticket nominated is as follows For Governor William Goebel of I I KentonFor or Lieutenant Governor J C W Beckham For of NelsonII ridge of Boyle For AuditorGus G Coulter of Graves I oflDoydI For Secretary of State Brcck Hill ofi ClarkFor Commissioner of Agriculture Ion D Nail of Jefferson For Superintendent of Public Instruc tionHarry B McChesney of Liv ingstonBefore adjourning numerous speeches were made by defeated candidates pledg ing their support to the ticket The greatest obstacle to its success lies in the Democratic newspaper reports of the proceedings which were written to suit theII views of their publishers and are of a nature that would destroy almost any party Besides they published to the world that Louisville and her reputabl- men are of a very low order in matters political and we venture the predictionIII that it will be many years before another II State political convention is held in Louisville I CLOSING EXERCISES LThe closing exercises of St IohnIt 4 school were held in the school hall co ry I ner CUy and Walnut stre4a xhursda- e6eeing Aft wcciiirat programme Had 1 S J4 M a KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN been arranged and a jolly time was en joyed by the friends of the pupils The Welcome Chorus by the sing- Ing class was the first number on the programme followed by the comedy en titled Children of the Nineteenth Cen tury II the leading role played by Miss Olivia Kelty St Johns promising elocutionist Miss Kelly is also an excellent vocalist and immediately after the play rendered one of her favorite selections The next on the programme was the short comedy entitled The Fairies of the Season by the small girls The performance concluded with the melodrama The Great Bank Robbery by Joseph E Hill class of 94 Lawrence Herdt assumed the leading role and was ably assisted by Thomas J Nolan John W Davis Robert G Wulf Frank A S Taab Raymond W Schuman Charles Dessc R L McDonald John B OReilly John H Schlangcnotto Charles Flitner William Koehler John FlynnIL Hargadon Ernest Pilsou I Veeneman PIONEER DIVISION Election of Officers for the- e Coming YearThe Sil ver Jubilee tt tIt I Hibernian Hall was well filled Tuesday t evening nearly every chair being occu pied when President Edward Clancy opened the meeting After the transaction of routine business and allowing J sick benefits the annual election of offi cers was held with the following result PresidentThomas Keenan Vice PresidentTim J Sullivan j Recording SecretaryThomas J Dolan Financial SecretaryPeter J Cusick TreasurerJohn MulloyII Standing Committee Jas Barry Chairman Thomas Cody John Dolan Mark FureyI to seneI I I longer and the announcement of the election of Tom Keenan was received with applause to which he responded with a ringing speech i The only office for which there was a eal contest was Vice President and the friends of the various candidates were kept on the qui vive for five ballots Tim ictorlIlion John Mulloy now entering upon his seventh term while Peter Cusick can hold his office forever Interesting talks I were made by the newlyelected officers Messrs Tom Cody and John Mulloy reported everything in readiness for the silver jubilee of this pioneer division and urged all the members to take part in making it a success Visitors were present from the other divisions and the remarks of State Secretary Coleman complimenting President Clancy and his collegues were warmly applauded John Jf Barrett also addressed the members his talk being both humor ous and sensible He called attention to the large percentage of the members present and told what good work his division was doing- Lawrence Mackey who represented the Young Mens Division was given a hearty welcome He tendered the mem bers a cordial invitation to visit his divis ion Mr Newton G Rogers is expected to deliver the address upon the occasion of the installation of officers The members of Division 1 will spend the Fourth of July at Lion Gardenand will endavor to make the silver jubilee celebration worthy the day and occasion Before adjourning Thomas Dolan sang his newest song which convulsed the house He made a great hit The names of the officers given above are an assurance that the affairs of this body will be well conducted their aim now being to become the strongest as well as oldest division in Louisvi- lleJEFFERSONVILGE The last meeting of Division 1 of the Ancient Order of Hibernians was very interestingand a great deal of important business was transacted The committee having in charge the Forest Park picnic reported the most gratifying results a handsome sum of money being realized 1Tbe Rev Fathers Clark and Cronin the latter the newly appointed assistant pastor of St Augustines church were among the visitors and were the recip welcomeIofficers resultedl as follows PresidentWilliam Reilly Vice President Michael Campbell TreasurerMichael Kenney Recording SecretaryDan Gleason Financial Secretary John Kenney SergeantatArmsRobert Gleason Marshal Peter Maddox SentinelFrank Hogan Banner Bearer William Shea The reelection of President WilliamI Reilly was a merited recognition of his valuable services and augurs well for the future of one of the banner divisions ofr Indiana PICNICeIA family picnic will be given at River view on the Fourth of July No admis sion will be charged and this will afford those who can not leave the city an opportunity to spend the day pleasantly During the afternoon there will be a cake walk with more than twenty couples participating and Morbachwill 1I tbeconceitanddancrngmuslcdpefreshments snce tw 00 t lI t hGJ PATRIOTISM Will Characterize the Observance of the Nations Great Holiday I Hibernian Silver Jubilee Will iI Bo r Celebrated at Lion Garden I Military Drill by the Knights Display of Fireworks at I Night IMMENSE CROWDS WILL BE THERE Those of our citizens who desire to celebrate in a patriotic manner the anniversary of the Declaration of Independ nce now generally look to the Ancient Order of Hibernians who for the past twentyfive years have taken the lead in the observance of our greatest national holiday During that long period of time hundreds of thousands have joined with them with the result that their celebration has come to looked upon as the most representative American one inI LouisvilleThis the County Board and the various divisions will commemorate the silver jubilee anniversary of the order in Jefferson county and endeavor to make this event surpass anything heretofore undertaken With this end in view arrangements were entered into several months ago with the management of Lion Garden for holding the celebration at that pleasure place since which time a large number of committees have been bard at work until now everything is in readiness and all indications point to the full realization of the hopes of those haying the matter in charge That Lion Garden will be thronged both night and day as never before ther is no doubt as the people appreciate the fact that they do not have to leave the city to find opportunity for displayin- their patriotism on the Fourth of July and visitors from the surrounding coun try are always favorably impressed with the public spirit exhibited The park will be handsomely decorat ed and at night the illumination will be brilliant During the afternoon Company A Hibernian Knights will give a full dress military drill This compan- is one of the most proficient military bodies in Kentucky and its members are expected to create a furore when they make their appearance at the national convention at Boston Their friends and admirers will be out in full force to witness their drill and will be pleased at the marked improvement made since their appearance a year ago At night there will be a grand display of firewroks comprising many beautifull set pieces and myriads of rockets bombs etc which will be well worth going to seeLudwigs union bands will furnish the concert and dancing music which prom ises to be of a high order and those who desire may trip the light fantastic to their hearts content Notwithstanding the heavy expense only a nominal admission fee will be charged and everything will be sold at popular prices This will prove a most delightful place to spend the day andl evening and should be taken advantage of by men women boys and girls who will be hospitably treated and entertained by the Ancient Order of Hiber nians Everything has been arrangedI for a glorious time and the best of order and decorum will be maintained All1I that now remains to be done is for the people to turn out and enjoy themselves TRINITY COUNCIL Everything Is Ready For ItsI Fourth of July Excur sion Trinity Council received one transfer card and two applications for member ship at its meeting Monday night Mau rice Danaher and Joseph Hukenbeck were elected Marshal and Inside Sentinel respectivelyThe ordered forwarded to Mr James Cassin of Satolli Council now at Notre Dame its best wishes for his success in his new field of labor Chairman Snyder of the Executive Committee announced that the qua r terly reports would be made up next week and notified the officers to have their books ready for inspection Members who have not sent in their donations for the wheel should make their returns to the club house as soon as possible addressed to William Gas who has charge of the wheel The Fourth of July picnic at Fern Grove promises to be the biggest affai ever given by Trinity but every assur ance is given that the council will be equal to the occasion and everything possible will be done for the accommo dation and pleasure of those who attendt Both dancing pavilions have been pre pared for the day and Prof Scally will furnish the music Refreshments an amusements of all kinds will be pr vided for everybody Members are urged to be present Mon day evening and also to remember the wheel 4 7 1I i fIo LEXINGTON f t The Nomination offrSenator Goebel Cel I ebrated by Ills Numerous Blue grass Admirers S PicnicIon tbe Glorious Fourth Sol dier iit Wed I Special Letter to Ihe Kentucky Irish American LExINGTON KYJjune 30When the news reached this fcity last Wednesday morning that Sena or William Goebel had been nominate for Governor of Kentucky his adrn era and hearty sup porters in this citj turned out in full force and proceed d1 to celebrate the grandest victory ever achieved by an aspirant for a Denfbcratic nomination The Hardin and Stoue men have nothing to say except that they will support the nominee which is Ball that is necessary for a victory in November IrishAmericans idesiring to subscribe for the Kentucky J Irish American in Lexington are to send or hand their requefed Mr Dennis J Htckey 19 street This paper should be in the home of every IrishAmerican in L kington by July 15 The picnic to be g ven by Barry Coun cil Y M I promises to be a grand affair All tine uj to date attractions have been secured arid a good time guar anteed all who atten i Special rates on all railroads from sur ending towns a Dame Rumor say that Col D J Mc Namara a survivor m4 the late Spanish American war who succeeded In getting as far as Chickamauga with tine Gallant Second Kentucky has lately been pierced in the region1+ of the heartnot with a bullet but wilt an arrow straight from the bow of tlie little god Cupid The Colonel is not discussing the matter very much but those who know say that the fair attraction resides in the beautiful little city among the hills over which the Colonel now lloves to roam His toeoffer congratulations The opera Robert Macaire will be in this city at an early date by gFrankfort talent for the benefit of St Josephs Hospital an j the Church of the Good Shepherd choir A crowded house is anticipated BuiBGRASS BJtttK HISTORIC CARDOME 3r inyNearly All the States of the Union Special Correspondence of the Kentuck Irish AmericanlII GEORGETOWN KY June 27Tues day June 20 at 2 oclock pm the twentyfourth annual commencement of Cardome one of the leading Catholic col leges for young ladies in the South took place Cardome is situated one mile from this cityand is conducted by the Sisters of the Visitation under the management of Sister Mary Angela one of the best edu cators in America Pupils from almost every State in the Union have attended this grand institution of learning in the twentyfive years of its existence and sonic of Kentuckys most brilliant and beautiful women have graduated from Cardome The two fair and beautiful girls who completed their education this year are fully competent to join the long list of bright graduates of this venerable insti tution Miss Mary J Caden and Miss Margaret Lalley the graduates of 99 are both Kentucky girls and consequently fair and beautiful in manner as well as otherwise Miss Caden resides in George town while Miss Lalley claims Maysville as her home For fear of doing injustice to some I will not give a detailed account of the interesting programme rendered Suffice to say that it was one of the best the pupils of Cardome have ever rendered and that each young lady did her part admirablyThe old building was crowded all day with visitors from all sections of the State who come yearly to Cardomes commencement The Rt Rev C P Maas Bishop of Covington was the guest of honor D J M PLUMBERS They Will Remain With the Central Labor Union Busy Meeting The meeting of the Plumbers Union Monday night was an important one much business being transacted The question of which central labor body to affiliate with was definitely settled the union voting to remain with the Central Labor Union President Dave Gorman Secretary Bywater and Patrick Cahill1 were elected delegates- r Two new members were initiated after which the stamp book system of collect ing dues was adopted which promises to prove very satisfactory The substitute proposed by City Attorney Stone for the pending sanitary plumbing inspection ordinance did not meet with approval and a committed e was appointed to confer with the master agreemeaowas reached stud anordinance drawn up which has the approval of masters and journeymen The next meeting of the union will be bell at RubsUnion Hall Monday night t r J kR f r 10 j FRANKFORT W State President Cusick and Sec retary Coleman Visit the Capital City Hlhcrnlaiib Celebrate Anniversary and Install New Officers Predicted Goobers Election to a the Governorship Four Years Ago of PERSONAL AND SOCIETY NEWS NOTES it Special Letter to the Kentucky Irish American FRANKFORT KY June 30State President Martin J Cusick and State Secretary James Coleman of the Ancient Order of Hibernians of Louisville spent Sunday last in this city the guests of Division 1 which on that day celebrated the first anniversary of its organization Brother Coleman has visited the division before and is no stranger to its members But Sunday was the first time that the members had the pleasure of meeting the tigenialdent Division 1 is always glad to extend hearty welcome to Hibernians cud to do all they can to make their stay in the Capital City pleasant and hopes to havehh the pleasure of having all the State offi of cers with them some day in the near futureCounty President John J Hogan installed the new officers of Division 1 on Monday evening These officer were electedat the first meeting in June and are as follow- sPresidentD J McNamara Vice PresidentI T DowneyfRecording SecretaryW D Lewis Financial Secretary P J Coleman TreasurerPatrick OBrien Standing Committee C B Downeyf Chairman SergeautatArmsJohn Dolan SentinelI Coleman ChaplainRev T S Major a Immediately after the installation of officers a regular business meeting wasI I held at which several important matter- came I up for consideration and wettracted upon The outlook for the new admlnf istration is bright and the meeting Monday night was well attended The first regular meeting in July will be held Sunday morning next and should be well attended A social session will be held 1y2 oclock Every member is cordially in vited to attend There will be impromptu speeches from officers and members upo matters for the good and welfare of th order Lunch and refreshments will be served and a general good time is in store for all those present Rev T S Major rector of the Church of the Good Shepherd returned home last week much improved in health and ready to cope with the arduous duties of his office for another year William M Higgins editor of the Kentucky Irish American paid a de lightful visit to the Frankfort office off the paper on last Thursday Col Martin OBrien of Covington spent Sunday last in Frankfort shaking hands with his friends Messrs William and James Cushing late of Division 1 of Frankfort have made application for transfer to 1 of Jefferson county where both will1 make their future home Four new applications for membership were received last Monday night and will be acted upon at the next meeting ol the Hibernians D P Davis and L A OConnor wi 11for spend Sunday July 9 in Lexington The closing exercises of St Joseph and St Aloysius Academies took place last week and a very successful year for both institutions was closed The Young Mens Institute will give their annual picnic at Cove Spring Parkl July 4 The committee in charge are making every effort to make this affair thegraudest in the history of the council A company of local amateurs under the direction of Prof Wayland Graham rendered the opera Robert Macaire at the Grand Operahouse Paris last Sunday evening to a large and appreciative audience for the benefit of the organ fund of the Church of the Good Shep herdMiss Rose Salender the beautiful and accomplished daughter of George D Salender Sr returned last week from Cardome where she had been attending school for the past ten months Col Ed Ryan of Lexington spent last Sunday in this city Col D J McNamara of Lexington who has been in Frankfort for the pa ten days in the interest of the Lexingto- Plumbing Company returned home Tues day last The picnic given by the German Benevolent Society last Thursday at Thorn Hill Park was a social and finan cial success The Rev Father Lauf who has been in Frankfort for the past three weeks returned home last Thursday The adntirersaddsuppoderaofSenat- f or Goebel have been receiving congratulations from Hardin and Stone admirers during the past few days The writer has always been an ardent admirer of Senator Goebeland four yew ago pre Iro I ti t tt l dieted that he would be the successor to Kentuckys first Republican Governor O Bradley All indications now point to a Democratic victory in Novem ber when the Lion of Young Democ racy will enter the executive officeD M w FATHER DUCEY Has Completed His House ofFJ FJReposeDead At No9 East Twentyeighth street in the city of New York near Fifth avenue building is now completed within whose merciful walls will be carried on a work sublime devotion to the service of humanity says the New York Journal Those who are privileged to have their toted ones die at home may never have considered the destitution of even wealthy strangers within our city gates to whom may happen and it happens every day that they die friendless in a hotel or boardinghouse from which they must beM Immediately removed that no suspicion- of harboring the dead may disturb the peace of mind of their onetime fellow occupants in the place from which inspirit l they have passed awaynOur clergy our physicians and our undertakers have opportunity to know that the body of the man or woman who dies in a hotel or boardinghouse is at once taken to the nearest undertakers shop to be stored until claimed by rela ofves or friends A mother wino hurries desperately across the continent at the news that her son or daughter is lying dangerously ill and alone in a strange city often reaches here to find that death has been quicker than the from a clerk the hotel where her child has lived she learns that the body is at suchandsuch an undertakers In this there I Inointentional inhumanity one can not expect a hotel to house the dead The Burial Company in Twentythird street offers the stranger dead temporary l accommodations burial parlors they are called which are certainly different from the ordinary undertakers shop but until today no one has offered the deadll that shelter which may be expected only and alas not always from personal Fattier Thomas J Ducey rector of St Leos Church New York has established House of Repose for the Dead and he offers it not alone to the members of his church and creed but to sorrowing churchsjnember ami the nonjueniber whose idead have nowhere to be lain familyarrangements for their burialIWhile many a time Father Ducey hasI given the use of his private residence t the stranger dead for whom there was no room at the inn he hasforeightee years sheltered in the crypt of his church and before its altar those of his creed who have died in this city away from their homes and he wishes me to say that th restineg place before St Leos altar For the Protestant dead this House of Repose II set in the midst of greenery and secluded from the street like a private dwelling in a private park a winding gravel path to the door gay with flower beds and a stretch of grass with the walls of St Leos church on the right and of the neighboring building on the left goo I to be covered with the ivy vines already j growing therethis house is truly aII house beautiful Even in the vesUtt buled entrance with its marbled tiles and the little balcony in which musicians ma t be placed the visitor loses sight of the revolting aspect of death and as he gee I further into the house he remembers onlyII peacen1which passes all understanding and must surely bring comfort to the bereavedI persons whose loved ones have received here a gracious hospitality Not a penny of the money of Father Duceys church lies gone to buy the land the house or to erect the building He hopes to maintain it by the unsolicited gifts of those who have used its privileges and have the means to contribute to its support But there will never be a money charge for a hospitality which is surely without price The work as I have said is nonsectarian The house is open to anyone wino needs its good offices R ligious services will be directed and conducted by a minister of the dead man or womans religious belief So repeatedly has Father Ducey been called to the bedside of the sick and dying in hotels and boardinghouses in his dis trict that for years he has longed for a building where the dead might be treated with human sympathy and respect and their families spared the torture of their being carted off like so much refuse clay swept out of the path of the living At last Father Ducey carried out his plans so far as it lay in his power to perfect his ideal Should not the men and women friends of the Protestant dead for whom this Catholic priest labors lend a helping hand to place his work on a secure foun dation stThe ground and the building have cost r howevkah ren throughout the country will do for him what his friends here m New York have already done and that is to contribute in large or in small sums the means to free the property from debt and t establish the work on a permanent bass so that it may be earned on without interruption after he who is the founder bas passed away PITCHER AUQEB RELEASED Pitcher Dilly Magee has been disposed of to Philadelphia He is a star player but stars are not wanted by the management of the Louisville club hence its high standing L I-VYCt c tt iI tt J p- n I r LACE CURTAIN LAUNDRY xx- We lead and never follow curtaintire satisfaction Work called for and delivered Firet class serlce MAD DABBY 625 Sec ond St Telephone 2631 n THE BEST YET A J Closing Exercises by the Chil dren of St Patricks faro 2 dual School Efforts Wore n Pleasing Surprise to TheirParents and Friends Will S Hays Praises the Cadets and His Remarks Create Merriment s PRETTY LITTLE GIRLS TAKE PART Library Hall was filled to its doors onday evening with the friends and relatives of the pupils of St Patricks 4 parochial school who were assembled to witness the closing exercises An excellent programme was rendered and each gave evidence of the zeal and ability of the Xaverian Brothers and the Sisters as instructors The music for the occasion was furnished by Prof bier baths orchestra and after the overture the chorus song Mid the Green Fields Old Ireland in honor of the land of their patron saint was pleasingly rein dered and received much applause Swinging Neath the Apple Tree was sung by a chorus of handsomely attired little girls followed by Miss Madge Glenn who gave an excellent recitation of Guilty or Not Guilty Another pleasing number was the song Will I Find My Mamma There by Margaret Keenan Willetta Kaelin Mary Hourigan Lillie M McGrath Mary Sohan and Lizzie Toner These litlleJladies created a most favorable impres sionMamie Keenan Mary Braitline and Susie Welch took the principal parts in a little farce entitled The Red Turban each one acting her part splendidly The hit of the evening was The Rival Politicians in which George Wilson impersonated the Mayor of Louisville 1 William Kierce his secretary John Stew art the Hon Julius Truthful represent ing the Tenth ward and John Hourigan Charles Greenwell Thomas Keenan Thomasliurke Charles Pbili Walter LJ Fallongand Pierce Gross took the parts of more or less important political manipulators inoMayor Weavers office The chief execu offncallers who wished to see the Mayor on the most important business Some were officeseekers while others were those Thenethere was the ward politician who car ried the votes of his ward in his pocket etc The boys showed their appreciation of the local political situation and were warmly applauded After the farce the recitation Light on Deadmans Bar was given by Mamie Keenan Following the recitation Col Will S Hays read several of his inlmita greatnfavor He also addressed the young sol dier boys and complimented them upon their appearance The Colonel was in a merry mood and his remarks drew from Heythen read for the Cadets two of iris com 01dsas Me and When I Was About Your Size The lawn tennis drill by the girls consisted of a number of exceedingly grace ful figures which were executed with f skillThomas Keenan sang Asleep at the Switch and his number proved one of the most popular on the programme as the little fellow possesses a welltrained and sweet voice He captivated the vast audience and was repeatedly called out before the curtain The Right Rev Monsignor Gambon delivered a most pleasing address to the pupils and their parents and the warm loveefor the eloquent and able pastor 4 The exercises concluded with an exhi bition military drill by the St Patricks Cadets under the leadership of Capt Thomas Fallon Lieuts John Stewart and George Wilson and Sergts Thomas Keenan and Charles Greenwell The company firing showed that they were able to compete with the older organiza ions of the city and while former drills fs by the boys have been up to the stand Iud this one shows the marked improve ment resulting from steady training They presented an imposing appearance J and executed the various difficult evolu tions in a manner that they have reason to feel proud of is due Miss Lizzie MuchEralse organist for her zealous tralnetInMONUMENT TO IRISH IMMIGRANTS The Ancient Order of Hibernians of Quebec have obtained permission from r HonesS Fisher to erect a memorial monument on a suitable site at the Grosse Isle guar antine station for the purpose of honorring the graves and perpetuating the memory of their kinsmen who fell vcatims to the ship fever of 1847 and were buried there It is reported that there will be no sea slon of the Legislature to deal with the lawlessness in Clay county 1 i 1 S t c y ape y rrw C 4 rf r J QNTUOKY RISH AMERICAN KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflN t tlllll IMIIII IIIM ltllllll Devoted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans I wILIIA1u JVI MIQOIIVS Pub11 1u r SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINOLE COPY sc tittered at the Louisville Postofflce as SecondClass Matter t a- zAddlers all Commanlcatloni to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 West Green Streett LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY JULY 118991 l FOURTH OF JULY a One hundred and twentY three years ago the forefathers of the I republic founded a government I dedicated as the immortal Lincoln I said at Gettysburg to the proposiii I F tion that all men were created I + equal The ideas advanced by Jefferson in the Declaration of Independence that all men were created free and equal before theII law startled the civilized world1t That a government based on such ideas could be permanently established i t was declared to be the vagary I of an idle dreamer Even the well wishers of the new republic had k their misgivings as to its durability worldrexistence when old systems were overthrown and new ones estabi Llished Providence raised up men suitable to carry out these changes f Vashington Jefferson Hamilton c Franklin and others who fathered the infant republic were extraordinary men and it took just such men to show the world that the ideas advocated by them were possibilities In the old world where the divine rights of kings was the cardinal principle of government R and where the person and property of the citizen were considered as belonging to the crown it was prophesied that the republic would not last long Lord Macauley the English historian writing to Trev elyan of the University of Virginia said that at the first great strain our government would col lapse Macauley schooled as he was in all of the prejudices of the old world reasoned that the masses y were totally unfit for selfgovern ment and that demagogues would arise and incite the poorer classes against the wealthy and that out of the wreck a dictator would appear and seize the reins of government The great civil war was a crucial1 test and the struggle looked as though it would destroy the country But after four years pf as terrible a warfare as the world ever saw the country settled down to the peace ful avocations of life and it was demonstrated to the monarchial l classes that government for the I people and of the people and by the 1 people shall not perish from the j earthThe TildenHayes contest for the Presidency in 1876 demon strated that our people understood the spirit of their institutions and could safely be entrusted with their own liberty In the light of the recent attempt of the authorities at Washington to foist our ideas ofII government upon the inhabitants of the Philippine Islands it seems that we are getting away from our f off brute force that will in time react f on our own people The American I rt people will come to their senses and when the spirit of jingoism has run itself out will count the cost and i then will they ask themselves for lifetkand treasure They will then seekcx an honorable means of withdraw a ing from a bad bargain The love of liberty is too deeply rooted in the breasts of the American people to tolerate for any length of time a government based on brute force What they demand for themselves they are willing to concede to othersstar mayItOer the land of the free and the home of the bravett This office will be closed Tues day that all hands may join with the Ancient Order of Hibernian iin gloriously celebrating the Fourth fofJuly at Won Garden and having 1 i gOod timeta 4dj N a TO OUR READERS With this number we end our second volume When we started this journal we found that our peoi pie had no distinctively national paper to represent them and their iii fellowcitiIzens from the time that they began to come here in large numbers hay e had newspapers published in their mother tongue The principal paper published here the Anzeiger has been in existence for more than half a century Various other papers advocating the claims of Germans and published in their tongue have received a liberal patronage from their countrymen In return theses papers have always seen that neither Germans nor their interests have suffered This is no more than right The Irish race could learn from the Germans that unity means strength Ve do not wish to mak an Ireland in American but we wish to make our strength so felt that when any man or politician will wantonly insult us we will be in a position to resent it In thi country we are all Americans We have in the past and will in the future support loyally American institutions but do not propose t submit tamely to any sneer or in justice We therefore feel that our patrons and friends should assist u in making this paper the leading Irish American journal in the Sout and Southwest and thereby enable it to still further encompass the so cial and moral advancement of allI IrishAmcriansthe purpose for which it was born on the Fourth of July IRELAND COMING TOGETHER One of the results of the County Councils local home rule in Ire land has been to cause the people to view things through other thani partisan glasses as heretofore Itt brings local matters or that affect ing them more directly home to the people and if their political1lI leaders or members of Parliamentt do not coincide with them they do not hesitate to protest direct to the Government or appeal to the courts I although in so doing they cooper ate with their fellowcitizens of different I politics and religion and op pose their party friends and leaders t Think of such a thing in IrelandI heretofore I It would have beenl j treason treachery worthy only of 1 condemnation and social ostracism But in the brief time that the County Councils have been in pow t er these representatives of the peo 1 pIe very few of whom were politicians have in their meetings and discussions come to realize thatf differ as they may politically their rights and interests grievances andtt oppressions are all due to unjust laws faulty systems negligence or discrimination of Government because they are Irish whether polit ically they have favored or opposed the Government they are benefited or injured just in proportion as the community that real benefit cau I come from justice to all that griev i ances can only be remedied by redressing all and that the rights of none are safe unless all are pro i tected Strange as it may seem the most earnest and outspoken but always conservative spokesmen and advisers in Ireland today in defense of the peoples rights protesting to Government against grievances de nouncing outrage detranding jus tice urging and aiding the County Councils how to proceed to obtain these boons are men and the press I i of parties always in thepast opposed I i to the masses of the Irish people I i ltJtfrIltJ seemsK I i rr o C 0 fr tIIfi k i i likely to be the last of these period ical disgraceful outrages Of course the Nationalist leaders people and press denounced and protested against such brutality and mob rule tolerated by the law officers but the calm and earnest protest the clear statements the demands for enforcement of law protection to life and property sent by the Unionists and Tories manufactur ers and business men aristocracy and Protestant ministers of Ulster to London surprised the Irish peoI pie astounded the royalists aroused the Government to immediate and effective action A regiI ment of troops was ordered t Belfastnot merely to preserve the peace by restraining the fury of th mob till they could be persuaded to desistbut proclaimed martial law charged bayonets on the riotersI wounding several arrested nearly hundred who are in jail to stay ti tried the same Unionists Toriesi Protestants pledging all aid to ttte prosecution No wonder the Bel1t fast Orangemen think something has happened Again on the Dublin boundary bill before Parliament the opposiii tion induced Unionist members to lead the fight against the bill mak ing it a political question tvit every prospect of its defeat evenI before it came to the house But the opposition were knocked atvr and must alter their plans gnickl- e or the bill will pass The people of Dublin and most the Unionists in that city want the bill to pass and forwarded a peti tion to Parliament to that effects the Unionists supplementing it with an address specially to the Unionistt members of Parliament The opposition were weakened and the- o bill went to its third reading com lug directly before Parliament for consideration and a vote where iit- s passed by a large majority vote But the most thorough evidence 11of this unity regardless of politics and religion is the protest against the recent circular of the Lord1 Lieutenant concerning the indus trial schools These schools are fo the education nail training of neglected and homeless children similar to our houses of refuge and contain hundreds of poor children These schools were builtt and are maintained by local taxes and their benefit is attested after several years Now the govern went steps in and announces thatt the schools are not for the purpose to which they are applied that they are only for the juvenile crim loots or children of criminals Ireland is aroused over this ques tion Political and religious differ ences are forgotten and while peti tions and letters of protest from all1 classes and sections are sent to theI Government an association of Catholics Protestants and prominent people of all parties with Cardinal Loguc as Chairman has been formed in Dublin and will spread to other sections with the J announced purpose of defending I the industrial school system byII petition and if necessary by appealing to the courts eminent counsel having tendered their J servicesWho would have thought such things possible in Ireland in so 1 short a timefWe agree with the labor editor j who says if a person knows good i money when he sees it it is very easy for him to detect counterfeit money If a person knows the product of fair labor when he sees it it is very easy for him to detect the product of unfair labor It is poor policy for union labor to spend its time trying to keep track of all the unfair manufacturers in the country If half the time and money spent in advertising unfair manufacturers were spent in behalf of the union label the cause of organized labor would grow faster And in like manner itwould pay wage earners of this city to knows 1 and patronize the merchants who t respectIunfairImerchants alone as much as possi IbleLearnU e true and the falseJ ill expose itself l 3yr 4M t 1II w v I Miss Eva Raidy is visiting friends i Cincinnatti Miss Kate Hoffman spent last week at West DadenII oMiss Madison Dell was visiting in Danville i this w kII =eMiss Alice HeganTeft this week for a visit to New York Mr George W Franey was in Chicago this week on a business trip Misses Belle Quigley and Mary Lallan nIichigaaIlMr Dan Wagner was among the recent arrivals at West Bade from this city IrJantes McNaughton1 of Jefferson 1yule is visiting relatives in Cleveland Miss Ella and Mamie OConnell are visiting relatives in Eastern Kentucky Miss Josie Scannell is visiting her uncle Owen Callahan at Iulaski TentI Miss Madeline Hermany is visitin Mrs James Donahue in Davenport IowaI ItMiss Kate Keating leaves today t Chicago where she will spend the summer yMiss Marie McMurtry was this week DaYvilleMr LouiYweek Miss Mamie and Ella OConnell have peen the guests of Mrs Edward Doyle iin Lexington Miss Elizabeth Madden has gone to Asbury Park where she will spend the heated term Miss Nellie Hannan left Monday for Corbin where she will spend the summer with her aunt tMartin Nally who has been ill for some time past was able to return to work Monday Miss Barbour Bruce will leave soon f Maine where she will be the guest of Mrs George Evans Miss Agnes Caldwell has gone to Vir ginia where she is the guest of her sister- r 1 Mrs John Lawrence Miss Maggie McGrath of Jefferson ville has been spending the week withl relatives in St Louis George Shea has been spending th week with friends in Jeffersonville after an absence of fifteen yearsI JeffersonvilleIsfrom her recent serious illness John Healy who has been unable to work because of injuries to his foot will1I oon be able to resume his position The Cooking Club was handsomely entertained t Saturday afternoon at the home of Miss Katie Hines in Jeffersonvillef I Mr Patrick Stones friends will be gla to read that he has about entirely recovtt ered from a severe attack of rheumatism ii 1Mr Michael Kavanaugh who recently I suffered the accidental loss of his eye will soon been able to resume his duties I Mr and Mrs William Dugan of 1003I East Jefferson street are happy over the arrival ofa handsome little girl at their homeMisses Virginia Kennedy end Nina 1 Reed of Oweusboro were this week the f guests of Mrs Frank Pardon Jacob avenueMrs Nellie Hart Meehan and children leave Monday for Hannibal Mo where they will spend the summer months with Mrs Mayme Meehan Grady The many friendi of Mrs Col M Muldoon will be pleased to learn that her condition is somewhat improved since her removal to Warm Springs John J I Greane 1 ninny friends will regret to learn that he is seriously ill at his home on High avenue between Seventeenth and Eighteenth streets Mr and Mrs Go W MacGillen announce the engagement of their daughter Stella to Mr Preston Peyton of this city The Jdlngwlll take place earlyC in the fall Kelly Alsop is here from Annapolis Academy on his was to his home in Mis sissippi He will remain until after Fourth with his stint Mrs Alsop West Madison street a- Miss Leila Morris of Atlanta the attractive j guest of Miss Georgia Hayes who has been delightfully entertained during her stay here returned to bar home Thursday I1Irwere married at St Patricks church Wednesday evening They will be at home to their friends at 1122 Mulberry after July 2pMr John Collof Jeffersonville is visiting in Galveston Tex where he GeorgeColltook placeThursdAy Mies Hattie Kaadlarra charming r r 9 rt Y1dr 1Y r I I f rIk young lady of Valley Station was here attending the Teachers Institute While in the city she was the guest of Mrs H I W Alsop 2121 West Madison street The Volunteer Socials announced an HtiIon July 24 The Volunteers arc mainly business men who mean to make this affair one of the features of the season IEugenle the bright and handsome lit tie daughter of Mr Joseph Cunningham is visiting her little friends Thomas and Robert Emmet Fleming at the elegant home of their parents G12 West Oak street Dr Frank Corrigan and wife left Wednesday for Old Point Comfort From there they go via steamer to New York where they will visit their daughter Mrs Walmoth expecting to be absent about a month Mrs Owen Keiran and daughter D have returned home after a pleasant visit to Memphis Tenn where they war guests of Mr and Mrs J P Keiran They were the recipients of much sociali attention The marriage of Mr Harry Wickstead and Miss Sarah Connors was solemnized eveningg The wedding was a select one only the near friends and relatives of the contractor ing parties being present James Duffy and Miss Josie Dean two of Jeffersonvilles most popular young people were united In marriage at St Augustines church Wednesday after noon the ceremony being attended by a large number of friends and relatives- s Miss Delia A Kelly and John M Wentzell two wcil known young people of the West End were united in mar riage Wednesday afternoon at the Church of Our Lady They will be at home to their friends at 316 Twentyfirst street after July 15 Mr Patrick Filburn and Miss Annie Kelly were united in marriage at the Cathedral Thursday afternoon The bride is a lovely young lady while Mr FilburnI numbers friends in all parts of the city After the ceremony they left on a wed ding trip to St Louis Calvary church was the scene of a pretty wedding Wednesday evening- r when Miss Bessie Gallagher and Mr C M Lane of Washington were united by the Rev James G Minnigerode The bridal party was entertained after the ceremony at the home of Mrs Sterling sister of the bride following which Mr and Mrs Lane left for Washington and the seashore where they will spend the summer St Johns church Clay and prettyewelding Wednesday morning when Miss Nannie Rafferty and Lawrence OHara were united in the bonds of wed lock by the Very Rev Father Bax The young people are well known and popu lar in East End social circles After an elegant wedding breakfast Mr and Mrs I OHora left for Cincinnati where they Iwill spend their honeymoon I I William OBrien and Miss Mary Kelly of Twefth street were united in marriage j at the Dominican church Wednesday t afternoon the ceremony being witnessed t cond tracting parties The bride is a lovely young lady and has been quite prominent in social circles Mr OBrien is a wellt known stove molderand stands very high among his associates The happy couple t have gone to housekeeping at Eleventh and Dumesnil streets where they are ready to receive their friends The marriage of Mr Fred Levy and Miss Maude Burger occurred Wednesday afternoon at the home of the bride 1660 Thirdstreet the ceremony being performed by Rabbi Moses Miss Clara 1Burge was the maid of honor and Mr Will Cahn of Chicago acted as best man The decorations of the house were white and green the wedding costumes being in the same colors and the wedding was one of the most elaborate of the season After the reception and dinner the happy bride and groom left for an extended bridal trip through the East CLANNAGAEL REUNION George Fred Williams Will Deliver an Address at Boston George Fred Williams has cancelled an engagement to speak in Buffalo as the guest of the city on July 4 in order to address a gathering at the ClannaGael reunion in Boston In the letter accepting- an invitation to be present on that occa sion Mr Williams takes strong grounds against AngloAmerican alliance and ins perialim He saysIII have always held horror of the English treatment of subjugated j peoples Englands colonial record is a stain upon AngloSaxon history Her colonies have progressd lust in the measurement that they have wrested y selfgovernment from her An alliance jEngland would ally us with all the f enormities of her foreign dominion A nation like a man is known by the company f he keeps and so long as England y stands with her sword oyer conquered f she is not fit company for this j republic f P THE EPITAPH The Fourth to celebrate with fun A pistol seemed the boat He bought one for his little son V And Willie did the rest iv li1 Vl llicry s d r f JJJ tito 0 r ===wwwrwv Ji HowAre Your Teeth IIIff I 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Vehicles to hire at all hours at reasonable rates TELEPHONE 1140E = loij cI- I EMBLEM CONTEST fA +4r+ +M +w+m JL 0 Who Is the Most Popular Hibernian P Two handsome Emblems of the Ancient Order of f Hibernians will be awarded by the Kentucky IrishP American to the members receiving the highest number f of votes these coupons only to be used for ballots 5j J k- q Record the Candidate on the Pint Line Division on the Second i i p r y f it I NTUdKY IRISa 1ERX ANI 4 IRELAND Record of the Most Important ot the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges k John Murphy died JUlie 14 at his residence in Ranelagh The annual meeting of the Irish Medi cal Society opened in Cork on Tuesday + June 20- The death of Mrs Maria Garry agedl sixtyseven years occurred at Mullingar on June 14 At the Petty Sessions in Athlone a baker was sent to jail for two monthsI with hard labor for an assault on an oldI man I The Rathdown Board of Guardians hasI accepted the resignation of Mr Thomp son who for many years was Master of the workhouse- At a meeting of the County Meathl Agricultural Society held in the court house Navan it was arranged that prospectus be issued At a meeting of the Dublin Council of the Society for the Preservation of the Irish Language a liberal contribution wasI made to the fund for the erection of a memorial with the Irish inscription To Father Owen OKeefe the wellknown Irish Scholar and Poet At the Enniscorthy Petty Sessions r three youths were charged with cruelly illtreating an ass Mr Flower who prosecuted said that the three defendants deliberately surrounded the animal whose legs were tiedwith sacking which they then set on fire At a meeting of the North Tipperary Teachers Association a resolution was adopted requesting the members of the County Council of North Tipperary to exercise their functions in putting the provisions of the compulsory education act in force in their district Mathew Daly aged sixtyfour years employed in Messrs Graves timber yard Waterford proceeded to his work at C oclock Wednesday morning After en tering the yard he sat down on a seat and expired in about ten nnnutes after ward An inquest was held and aver dict was found of death from natural causesThe body of the young lad John Lynch aged fifteen who was drowned while bathing in the River Suir on Mon day afternoon was recovered on Tuesday by two boatmen An inquest was held by Coroner Power and a verdict of death by drowning was returned The jury ad ded a rider commending the bravery of young Dan McKenna- At Dunmurry Petty Sessions a respect ably dressed man named George Menab ney resident at 35 Seventh street Bally macarret was sent forward to the summer assizes on the charge of maliciously set ting fire to the heath on Collinward hill at Ballyaghagan The area burned was about fifteen acres and the property of F one Alexander Hydes As a cyclist was returning from a local cycle race at Shrigley near Killyleagh he knocked down a respectable farmer named James Reagh belonging to the neighborhood Reagh who was cut on I the back ot the head was carried into Mrs Frews close by and afterward was assisted to his home but died from the effects of the accident- A fire broke out on the farm premises of the Condensed Milk Company Cleeve Brothers at Mallow Sixty tons of the best rye grass hay was totally destroyed Successful efforts were made to save the adjoining dwellinghouse and outbuild ings The premises are covered by in surance No cause can be assigned as to what originated the fire Mr Carnegie the wealthy Scotch gen tleman has just intimated by wire Ins intention to present 1000 to the fund which is now being organized for estab lishing a free library in Banbridge on conditions to be named subsequently The public subscriptions now amount to nearly 900 A public meeting will be held at an early date to arrange details and fix a siteISome parafin oil stored in railway wag ons on a siding at the railway station Longford became ignited and before the conflagration could be got under control four wagons containing goods were wholly destroyed There was much difficulty in getting the fire under control owing to there being no hose of sufficient length to reach from the town water sup ply fountain to the station Present indications show that the pros pects of the crops in the country are hopeI ful all round The yield of hay promises to considerably exceed in quantity thatjj of last year when there was a record return Cheap prices are expected and vast quantities will be pressed and exported Shearing has gone on well and I this week sees the English wool buyers over but prices are down Jd on last yearMr Geeves the Chief of the Coast i guards at Folencia Island was seriously injured by a revolver accident some days since while putting his men through some shooting practice It appears the chief boatman was using a sixchambered revolver one chamber of which he inad vertently discharged the bullet entering Mr Geeves hip The injured man lies in rather a critical state The bullet has not yet been extracted At a special meeting of the Mullingar Town Commissioners it was unanimously resolved to present an address of congrat ulation to the Very Rev M Gaffney on the occasion of his consecration as Bishop of the Diocese of Meath A very large and representative meeting of the parishioners of Mullingar was held in the lecture hall 4forr the purpose and an address of wel come on the occasion of his visit to this town to his Eminence Cardinal Logue 5 Patrick Peale an appren hire baker wasreturning to his work when he was engaged in conversation with Henry Coulter who walked along with him fora few yards Suddenly without warjiinj Coulter drew a razor f u J tin from his pocket and cut Fealeya throat with it inflicting a deep wound Coulter immediately ran off and gave himself into custody at the police barrack The injured lads deposition has been taken and Coulter who is believed to be insane has been remanded in custody for eight daysAn extraordinary incident is reported from Castleconnell and Killaloe Hun dreds of trout were found floating dead on the river The matter has given rise to various speculations as to the cause some persons holding that the trout were poisoned in the upper reaches of the river by lime or otherwise while others incline to the belief that the heavy mortality among the fish was due to the excessively warm weather and the low water in the tribu taries The Secretary to the Limerick Board of Conservators Horsford has for warded some of the fish to Sir Charles Cameron for analysis The muchtalkedof motor drive took place on Sunday last The original in tendon to run from Blackrock to Galway was altered to from Blackrock to Kilbeg 130amiles This Dr Colohan accomplished inside of eleven hours one hour less than the time allowed although nearly half an hour was lost through taking a wrong turn on the road This must be considered a very good performance having regard to the fact that a considerable portion of the journey had to be done on the slow speed belt owing to the bad condition of the road especially from Kinnegad to Kilbeggan A meeting of the Provisional Commit tee of the Royal University Graduates Central Association was held at the Medical School Cecilia street Dublin The special business was to draw up a circular letter to inform graduates throughout Ireland of the general purposes of the Central Association and invite them to join The main object is twofold First to aid in the movement for obtaining for Catholics in Ireland facilities for higher education university andcollegiate equal to those now enjoyed by their Pro testant fellowcountrymen and second in the meantime to defend and promote Catholic interests in the Royal Uni versityAn incident occurred on Tues doy at the meeting of the Finance Com mittee of the Cork County Council held to consider the question of grants to city hospitals Deputations were present from these institutions and the corporation The Chairman of the County Council was absent in London and it was moved that the Mayor take the chair To this mem bers of the County Council objected and proposed that the Vice Chairman Long preside The Mayor said he would not remain in the chamber unless he was al loved to preside A long discussion followed The members of the County Council pressed their point and Long took the chair The Mayor and corpora tion then left the chamber- A special Court of Petty Sessions was held at Shinrone County Tipperary The case of the Queen against Patrick r h Timothy Carey Peter King John Maher and John Ahearne who were charged with having on May loat Coor acleven Kings county maliciously in timidated William Green was heard Thomas Mitchell said he appeared to prosecute It appeared that some three years ago a man named Thomas Maher owned a farm but he got into difficulties and to enable him to get clear of these he went to Green and offered to sell the place Green consented and 75 was paid over the transaction one of the conditions of which was that Maher was to be allowed the use of the house anda small plot of land at a low rate during his lifetime At his death his sister Kate refused to pay the nominal rent and had to be ejected After the eviction the house was burned to the ground and the defendants commenced to intimidate Green They wanted a settlement The Chairman said the Magistrates were de termined not to allow the system of sending these threatening deputationsto land owners Patrick Maher would be bound to the peace himself in 20 and two sureties in 10 each or in default three months imprisonment King would be bound in half these sums or one month John Maher and Carey would be bound over in their own bail of t10 and Ahearne would be discharged with a cau tion SPORTY ITEMS I Has Brooklyn struck the toboggan Cunningham must be striking his hot weather gait Ducky Holmes is playing a fast game for Baltimore Wallis is playing the same fast game at short that he played at third Big Jack Taylor has proved a big dis appointment to Brush and Ewing Indications point to a meeting of Fitz simmons and McCoy in the not distant futureZimmer is far front being a hasbeen He is doing fine work behind the bat and is hitting the ball hard Charley McKeever and Owen Zeigler came together in New York Monday night in what was to have been a twenty round bout The latters seconds threw up the sponge in the ninth round rather than see him knocked out The first championship battle ever fought in this city will take place at Music Hall Monday night when George Dixon and Sam Bolen come together in a twentyfiveround contest for a decision under the auspices of the Nonpariel Athletic Club This will prove worth going miles to see Already the sale of tickets is very large Tom Sharkey had himself interviewed at his training quartets in California when he expressed himself ns follows The last two champions JFitzsimmons and Corbett tried very hard to keep me from the championship and endeavored to make me unpopular with the public Now this meeting will settle all In 19001 will be the undefeated and undis puted champion of the pugilistic world II He says Jeffries willl be put out jni the aintfa round J r ANSWERED Plain Statement of Facts in Reply ttoI Two Communications in tire I IEvening Times A Most Lamentable Ignorance of the Early History of Their Country Editor Kentucky Irish American In Tuesdays edition of the Times of this city there appeared two communlca lions one signed L and the otherr American which display beside the hostility to German Irish and other for eign citizens a most lamentable ignorance of the early history of this country The writer signing himself American seems to be of the opinion that the people of this country ought to niake ai apology for the course pursued by Georg Washington Thomas Jefferson and other founders of the republic toward Eng land He seems also distressed because our German French and other foreign born citizens and their descendants ar rat protesting against the projected Anglo American alliance which Count Cassini the Russian Ambassador at Washington says would be an insult to every other European government Washington in his farewell address distinctly laid down the true American policy Beware of foreign entanglements American says that England protected us from the French and the savage Has Amer can ever read of the Wyoming massacre during the Revolution where the whole American garrison were slaughtered by English soldiers and Indians Every school boy knows were it not for the assistance rendered by the French the Union Jack would still be waving over our public buildings It was England and not the other European countries that harrassed the young republic During the civil war when our country was struggling for its existence all of the privateers that destroyed our commerce were fitted out in England notwithstanding the vigorous protests of our Minister Charles Francis Adams American certainly has never read of the Geneva award giving our Govern ment 15000000l damages against England for the course pursued by the latter in regard to the Alabama When Gen Sherman was in Atlanta during his famous march to the sea the British Consul came to him and said that his Government desired to remain neutral Neutral thundered Sherman why every gun captured by my men bears the trademark of English manufacture The Irish German and other foreign born citizens are not trying to create an antipathy in America toward England The Englishman by his greed and con tempt for America and her free institu tions will do that soon enough The average Englishman in this country never becomes a naturalized citizen pre ferringito criticise our Government in no friendly spirit American seems to think that Englishmen put their money into our railroads and other enterprises through a spirit of friendliness Every intelligent person knows that a capitalist is always seeking the place where he can get the most for his money The British Consul at Havana Mr Lucien Jerome told the writer that noth ing so nauseates the Englishman as the American who is always toadying to England and her institutions The average Englishman may be conceited but he cordially detests a sycophant American ought to cultivate a more independent spirit and not belittle the countries that gave us Lafayette Rochambeau DeKalb Steuben Montgomery Sullivan and Barry who by their brilliant deeds made this country a possibilityAmerican also rehashes the stale story that England prevented a coalition- of the European powers against this country during the recent war with Spain Mr W T Stead the famous editor of the Pall Mall Gazette who is renowned for his truth loving qualities says that there is absolutely nothing in the story Still the Anglomaniacs will continue to dupe with this and simi lar fabrications gullible readers like American and others who are governed more by their prejudices than a desire to know the truth President Lincoln and Secretary Seward in the Trent affair President Grant in the Alabama claims and President Cleveland in the Venezue lan boundaries disputealways maintained- a good healthy independent American policy and by so doing merited the respect of the civilized world Let American and his kind read American history dispassionately and he will find that all foreigners as well as the English have helped to build up this country and are not so ignorant and agin the Government as he thinks J S CUNNINGHAM TWENTY YEARS MARRIED Officer Tom Mulverhill one of the most popular men on the police force was married twenty years ago and Monday evening a large number of his friends and admirers gathered at his home on West Magazine street in honor of the event Their visit was a surprise to the genial policeman who entertained his callers in a most delightful way Mr Julvcrhill was the recipient of several valuable mementoes of the event FIREWORKS PROHIBITED The boys of the city have been warned by Chief Hanger to desist from firing rockets and firecrackers or anything containing powder preceding or after the Fourth of July Numbers of complaints inve been lodged at police of the danger of fires headquartersI I lives and orders have been issued to the police to arrest anyoneviolating the ordinance The young patriots will have only the one day on which to celebrate Nature has arranged things so that a poor man is able to display 4s many vir toes as a millionaire I 0 w C J tr ta3 SACRED HEART PICNIC The Sacred Heart church will give in picnic at Phoenix Hill Park Thursday July 27 At a nteeiffag Mr T D Claire was apppinted Chairman and Mr Toner Secretary of the Con litfee of Arrangements Miss Julia McDonough will have charge of the refreshmenttables and wilt be assisted by a nnmber of charming young ladies Mrs Curran assisted bj the ladies of the Altat Society will attend to the dinner and supper table Great interest is being taken in the affair and the members are determined to make Ii large success of the twentyfifth anni versary of the founding of the church ORDINATION Hillroccurred at the Cathedral Thursday morning Right Rev Bishop McCluske officiating Father Hill has just returned front college at Baltimore where he com pleted his theological studies The young MrsnThomas Hill of East Breckinridgc street and was born in this city Few are so honored by the venerable Bishop as he was and the imposing and solemn cere money was witnessed by a large number ratof his friends and relatives Father Hill will celebrate his first mass at the Cathedral Sunday morning at 1030 oclock LABOR WORLD Notes and Gossip of the Week From All Ports of the Country A big strike is looked for among the Chicago packing house employes today The street laborers of Rochester N Y won their strike and will hereafter receive 150 per dy for eight hours workThe Glassworkers National Union meets at Muncie Ind June 10 Reduced rates have been granted by the rail roadsThe woodworkers are organizing through the South The latest union granted a charter is located at Chatta noogaNotices have been posted in the Jellico Tenn ruining district that 10000 men will strike unless wages be increased 10 percent July 1 The flint glass workers of Indiana arc daily adding members to their union They feel confident of victory over the factories in which there are strikes Gov Jones of Arkansas has issued a proclamatiou forbidding the admission of imported nonunion miners to the State He is to be commended for this The question of removing the head quaters of the International Typographical Union should be sat upon They now have a good home and should not be disturbedThe Labor Union has with drawn its late request based on the grievance ofthc Bootblacks Union against a local store so faY alit relates to the firm of Smith R Stoughton of Bos ton Mass The Barbers Union held another big meeting Thursday evening John Young was elected President The barbers will affiliate only with the Central Labor Union their representatives being Messrs Gus Kammer George Rodenbush and John Weiss The union coopers of this city will conduct a raffle at Fehrs Hall July 15 for the benefit of the family of the late Joseph Pfitzemeyer He was an industri ous man and a member of the union for fifteen years but owing to his long ill ness left a deserving family in needy cir cumstancesA disposltiou has been displayed among the workingmen of Cleveland to refuse to ride on cars manned by non union crews and if the conductor can not show a union card on demand they refuse to pay their fare or remain off the cars In consequence of this feeling the nonunion men are leaving the city The Pennsylvania Bolt and Nut Com pany of Scranton has given notice that the laborers and factory operators wages will be increased July 1 two and onehalf cents an hour whereby 1200 employes will be affected The puddlers and all rolling mill employes will also have the third advance of 25 per cent since April 1 SPECIAL rjEETINQ A special meeting of the Central Labor Union has been called for Saturday even ing at Becks Hall Every delegate is urged to be present as there will be plenty of work laid out for each member The Labor day committee will make an important report concerning the celebra tion of that day THE END NOT FAR OFF Mr Frank Recktenwald for years well known and popular in labor circles whose illness has confined him to his home for a long time past is reported to be slowly sinking and he realizes that the end is not far off The suggestion has been made that his labor friends call upon him and cheer him in his last days BROKEN MOMENTS There are so many broken moments in our lives that ifwe could place them all together they would round off quite a period of time These odds and ends as it were of our existence generally slip from us unused and leave a number of petty blanks in our lives gaps that can nevermore be filled We generally regard them as the thoughtless wageearner foolishlyimagines thought so long as the dollars are put to good use But it ifthe pennies which the thrifty man boards that usually swell into millions and so likewise those precious fragments of time which we so reck laxly fling from ua day by day are the golden sands of lifer that might be made to brighten and embellish it were we to gather them together on the way and turn then to profitable account tq r J I HIBERNIANS What They Have Bpen Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes Prof Patrick Sullivan will honor the Presidential chair of Division Division 4 reelected its old officers This means another successful year Division Presidents will announce their appointments at the coming meetings Division 3 meets Wednesday evening when the installation of officers will take placeCol Joe Taylors friends regret that his new duties prevent his attendance at meetings Dan Gleason proved himself a past master as music director at the Jefferson ville picnic The Jeffersonville Hibernians have been requested to give another picnic at Forest Park Every Hibernian in Kentucky should renew his subscription sending one dollar for the same The County Board held its meeting Tuesday evening only routine business was transacted Division 6 will not meet next Tuesday It decided to spend the Glorious Fourth at Lion Garden The Young Mens Division would like to hear from those Hibernians who think they can play ball Tim Sullivan takes a stenographic rec ord of the proceedings and his report makes interesting reading Edward Rafferty and John Burke will addstrength to Division II They are imbuedwith the right spirit Dont fail to hear Tom Dolan sing his latest song telling how Toni Keenan buried Dan McGinty Its rich Division 2 of New Haven Conn will during the present year endeavor to attain the largest membership in that StateThe members of Division 1 were pleased to see Mr Newton G Rogers the well known lawyer at the meeting Tuesday eveningJohn Kavanaugh our representative has made a most favorable impression upon the Ladies Auxiliary over the river Hes all right The officers of Division 4 wore their handsome new badges Wednesday even ing They should be seen by the members of other divisions Division 4 added another to her excel lent list entertainers in the person of Will Dulaney When out in Limerick call on him at Seventh and St Catherine Division 4 must hereafter keep its eyes open She is still in the lead but the older one will now endeavor to overtake and pass her The result will be watched with interest President Reilly and Barney Coll seen ed to be everywhere and always on the hustle at the Forest Park picnic Much of its success can be credited to their excellent work- Division 5 of Charlestown Mass has again unanimously reelected Dennis OSullivan to the office of Recording Secretary a position which he has held continuously since 1873 State President James J Griffin of Manchester and Secretary Chas ONeill of Walpole assisted by County President Austin Riley of Somersworth installed the officers of the three divisons of Dover N H in the hall of Division 0 Owing to absence from city of the representative of this column the Kentucky Irish American failed to procure Harry Bradys speech nominating President John Hennessy which has been pro nounced the most brilliant oratorical effort yet heard this year Mrs Barney Coll Misses Nellie Mc Donald Katie Tracy Katie OHearn and the members of the Jeffersonville Ladies Auxiliary who looked after the refresh ments for Division 1 were complimented upon all sides for the good cheer and hospitality dispensed The men could not have gotten along without them Division 2 Naugatuck Conn is in a flourishing condition numerically and financially Its popular President Bro Donovan who has been reelected for the sixth time in succession has ever mani fested a deep interest as have the other officers and members in forwarding true HibernianismA of Hibernians was held in McDonald Hall Manchester N H at which the officers of the three local divisions and those of the Ladies Auxil ary were installed There were present among others the New Hampshire State President J J Griffin and State Secre tary Charles J ONeill and State Presi dent E J Slattery of Massachusetts Division 2 announces a pleasing sur prise for its members and visitors at the next meeting President William Mee han and his associates are going to set an example that may be followed with profit by the other divisions They would like to see all the Hibernians in the city present that evening and extend them a cor dial invitation to attend Thomas Mayers of Company A Hiber nian Knights of Division 21 Boston wiled from New York lately for Ireland where he will visit many places of in terest including Enniscorthy Vinegar hill Glasnevin cemetery and Parnells grave and the city of Drogheda Before his departure the knights in recognition of his work for the order and the division as wen as a token of personal regard presented him with a watch chain and charm President John OLeary making the presentation speech IRISHAMERICAN SOCIETY An important meeting of the Irish American Society will be held Thursday evening and all the members should at tend as the election of officers will take place There are several important mat ters for consideration and the session will be a business one Those who have not yet made return for tickets to the xeursion are requested to do so at once t r THE KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN Will soon celebrate its anniversary entering upon its Third Volume The promises made to its readers and friends in the first issue have been faithfully observed and its circulation has enjoyed a steady growth This should be increased in the future until it is read in the Monte of every IrishAmerican in Kentucky and adjoining States The Ken tucky Irish American for the coming year willmake features of Irish News Church News Society News Home News Labor News Sporting News It is a FirstClass Weekly Journal which is printed and mailed on Fridays so that its city readers may take advantage of the = s announcements it contains and be directed where to make their Saturday purchases This will result in great benefit to our advertisers who should remember the fact that it has the Official Indorsement = the CENTRAL LABOR UNION And the Representatives of the Trades Unions of Louisville TH6 subscription Price IS ONLY 1 PER YEAR e 1Invariably in advance and for this small sum we promise to continue to issue one of the brighest cleanest newsiest Irish American newspapers in the United States We will endeavor to furnish our readers a fearless liberal and honest publicationone that may be relied upon for its every word SUBSCRIBE NOW o X- t 0 Advertisers lr Will serve their interests best by sending in their copy as early in the week as possible They will find that advertisements placed in this paper will be productive of the best results as it now has a very large circulationzamong the best class of our citizens z 0 x0 0 0 Address all Correspondence and Business Commuui cations to th- eKENTUCKYr IRISH AMERICAN K 2 WfSJ GREEN STREET 2 Y r r- r t ri r 1 lC NfIriOKY IRISH AM RIOANon non nn 4 GRAND PICNICTO DB GIVEN RY Division No4 A O H LIOJST GAREN7 MONDAY JULY 24Admission lOc Two good Union Bonds In Attendance 4 Tr JIWATHfN r mICE GRMFA6TOR l CR MmY AND BAKmy r 629 EIGHTH ST t Vanilla and Lemon per gal Coc Fruits and Chocolates per gal 75c 2 Coffee and Banana per gal 75c Almond and Macaroon per gal JlOO Bisque and Tnttifnittl 100 to J125 Bricks and Euchre 100 Sherbets and Ices 05c Sweet Cream COc Cream delivered to New Albany and Jeffersonrille also shipped to all ship ping points Hilu MilK AND CR M A specialty It is the purest and best Telephones 2144 and 2588 k rSpecial rates to hotels dealers and large orders Walsh the Tailor 8- X 232 FOURTH AYE 5j 2 Examine r Complete Line tlSpring o BBSuitings I USS9S9S9S9SSS9S9S939S9S9S9 JOHN Pa KELLY SON DEALERS IN GroceriesVegetables Fresh Meats I ProduceIiv Seventeenth and Bank Streets Special attention given to family orders and goods de livered to all parts of the t city F ioNeillsStudio 342 W Market St Positively the Finest Work l Reduction iu prices for thirty days to introduce my Pictures r y i St Nicholas Hotel y l f EUROPEAN PLAN wMWM FLEISCHER Prop fkCorner Sixth and Court Place A First Class Restaurant la Connection ROOMS FROM SOC Up z BIG FOUR ROUTE TO Y IndianapolisPeoria CHICAGOr AND AW POINTS IN INDIANA and MICHIGAN BEST TERMINALS UNION DEPOT corner Seventh St and River CITY TICKET OFFICE No 218 Fourth Ave SJ a rI- 3YGeneral S Agent Louisville Ky 1 MgrWARREN CINCINNATI O tJV u 4 + ta 4TH JULYY I OUTING Trinity Council No 230 Will celebrate Independence Day Tues day July 11890J at ii5i3v GROVEM- usic by two Union Bands under Scallys direction Boats leave at 880 and I9 a m and al 1 and 130 p m All boats of Perry Company chartered Tick ets can be secured at Club House and atI Perry Landing First and RherI RIVERVIEW PARK Is Now Open to the Public A few select dates for picnics etc open Call at office 413 W Jefferson CONCERT EVERY SUNDAY- By PROF MORBACHS BAND LION GARDEN NOW READY FOR Picnics Socials Lawn Fetes This Garden has been newly decorated and refurnished for the present season with firstclass appointments of all kinds and invites the inspection of Sunday school church and society committees before closing contracts Lion Garden is a cool pleasant retreat easily accessible with streetcar transfers to all parts of the For terms and dates address or call on- WILLIAM BAUER Lessee and Manager Our 10 Quick Meal iiSpeaks for Itself A splendid Gas Range with four burners 17x10 inch oven broiler end all the many qualities that have made the Quick Meal so popular r Meal sold is the cause of other sales as it gives such per 92 ppurchasep it time tried proven right acd none can be better The gas company generously assists our sales by niak lUg free connections giving tickets for three lessons at the Alumnae Club Cooking School and distrib uting a valuable cook bo- okGEHERSON rJ 214 MARKET Ncar Second HERE YOU ARE FOR m a- es Wij PRESTON AND MARKET ODORLESS VAULT CLEANING JOHN ICARJVI3JY Telephones 10971820 DRV WELL DIOOINO Orders by mill will receive prompt attention BROWN LEGHORNS Average 200 eggs a year Eggs for hatching 6 cents each Two Cockerels for sale chea- pCHAS D JACQUES 1 2422 St Xavier IRISH SOCIETYDIRECTORY A O H- DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tuesday Evenings of Each Month ClancyViceRecording SecretaryL D Perranda Financial SecretaryPeter Cusick 132 Twentieth stree- tTreasurerJohn Mulloy DIVISION 2 Meets on the Second and Fourth Thurs day Evenings of Each Month PresidentWilliam T Meehan Vice PresidentThomas Camfield Recording Secretary J Charles Obst Financial Secretaryjohn T Keaney 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiren DIVISION 3 Meets WednesdayEvenings TaylorViceCavanaughRecording Financial Secretary N J Sheridan 2018 Lytle stree- tTreasurerGeorge J Butler- DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Foutb Wednes day Evenings of Each Month HennessyViceLynchReCording Kelly Financial Secretary George Flahift 420 East Gray street Treasurer Harry Brady- DIVISION 6 Meets TuesdayEvenings McCat1hyVice YemnarFinancialTierner1328Graysonstreet Treasurer George A Daniel t r A 1 i S jTj lA f z zr z a a 0- D0 4 INDORSED BY THE BEITRAli IiABDR UNION o V ALSO BY THE BUILDING TRADES COUNCIL D That the Kentucky Irish American is steadily growing in favor with its readers and usefulness to the public is evidenced b the action of the Central Labor Union 0 D moreDO 40 grateful and will endeavor to merit this additional recognition Our friends will I be pleased to learn that the proposition favoring the indorsement was unanimously- adoptedQ by the delegates of both bodies The preamble and resolutions adopted by the Central Labor Union are as follows t Whereas Many misstatements have recently appeared in the press of thisQ D city relative to the Central Labor Union and organizations represented therein and Q t 40unbiasedtheDCentral Labor Union indorse said Kentucky Irish American Q as officialnewspaper of this body 00 beopaper 1 ip VL- oS SENSATIONI Caused by n Request to Organ ize a Local Horscshocrs- r Union President Goinpcrs Called Upon to Decide the Appeal Be fore Him The Labor Day Committee Pre paring a Surprise For This Year NEW UNIONS WILL BE ORGANIZED There was a very good attendance at the meeting of the Central Labor Union last Sunday afternoon when President James McGill called that body to order notwithstanding the fact that many were absent entertaining friends who were in the city as delegates to the Democratic convention and others wanted to see Lou isville administer two defeats to the Washington ball team After the approval of the minutes of the preceding meeting the credentials of William Snow representing the Pavers and Rammers Union were receivedand the delegate admitted Quite a sensation was caused by the reading ofa communication from J Thomas Griffin of Chicago who is one of the organizers of the Journeymen Horse shoers International Union requesting President McGill to endeavor to organize a local union of journeymen horsehoers There has been a horseshoers union here for some years but whether this request is made because of its affiliation with the newly formed opposing central body is not yet known Their international officers when here in convention recently expressed themselves as regretting the differences existing in Louisville and the foregoing may be a step with the purpose of uniting the two bodies Some time ago it was rumored that certain parties would endeavor to form a rival organization to one of the local unions here and would apply to the American Feceration of Labor for a char ter This information was forwarded to the Federation headquarters at Washington which brought a communication from Secretary Frank Morrison stating that all applications for local unions would be rejected unless accompanied by the indorsement of the Central Labor UnionSome months ago the United Trades and Labor Assembly made an appeal to President Gompers of the American Fed eration of Labor asking his recognition of that body This was objected to by the Central Labor Union Up to the present Mr Gompers has taken no action other than to assure the older and larger organization that the laws of the Federation would be strictly adhered to This would seem to indicate that his ruling will be against those who have withdrawn from the Central Labor Union As he has had ample time to give the matter the necessary consideration a resolution was adopted requesting him to decide the appeal at once which many hope will result in an amicable adjustment of the differences between the two bodies The Labor Day Committee reported that it was completing arrangements for the fitting observation of the great labor holiday and intimated that the announce ment of its final action would prove an agreeable surprise to the workingmen of Louisville Chairman James Martin and his associates were authorized to make all the necessary arrangements for the cele bration of the event which will be the first Monday in September Delegate John Fuchs tendered the del egates and trades unionists of the city an invitation to participate in the parade and anniversary celebration of the Brewers Union which takes place at Lion Garden tomorrow The invitation was accepted Requests were received calling for the services of the Organization Committee and two more unions will shortly be added to the roster After the transaction of other unim adjournedforsooner by Chairman Walter Young of DayCommittee As we go to press we are informed that the Labor Day Committe has chartered all the excursion boats and will celebratel the day with a grand outing at Fefi Grope This wU afford the ladies and Children aij opportunity to celebrate alao i Irji rr x A J ftL i IRELAND IN ENGLAND Catholics Are Loyall to Their Country and Diligent in Working to Save Souls Archbishop Ireland arrived in London last Sunday morning The Archbishop is said to have made the following state ment of the position of the Catholic church in this country- If by Americanism is understood loyal adhesion on the part of American Catho lics to the political condition of their country and its constitution and laws then Americanism surely exists among themAmerican Catholics proclaim no thesis which might be applicable to other na tions or other times They take what exists in their own country They are satisfied that this ia for them the best that could be in the circumstances of their country and are absolutely unhes itatingly loyal to those conditions Nor in this positive unreserved cohe sion do they believe they offend in the least any principle or dogma of the Holy Catholic church If again by Americanism we are to understand sincere desire to turn to the profit of the church conditions which modern times and the peculiar circumstances of our country create then Americanism of this kind can be imputed to us We in America lose no time in theorizing over possible but not existing situations nor in dreaming of the condi tions in past ages We do the work that is before us Souls are to be saved The church has to be planted to keep in the soil We use the means that are at hand We adapt ourselves in our methods to our surroundings and in all this we are always most careful never to violate Catholic principles never to sacrifice Catholic dogma never to weaken the bonds of Catholic unity If finally by Americanism we mean activity in religious work and personal initiative which leaves no stone unturned seeking success while always governed in what we do by the superior direction of the Pope and Bishops then there is among us an Americanism Among American Catholics there is no folding of the arms no saying that nothing can be done There is no procla mation that antiCatholic forces hold the field and that we have nothing to do but retire wearied and sour into obscure nooks and corners We work because we believe virtue and truth have within them the power to conquer If one method does not succeed we take up an other If the other fails we take up another Yet we do our best Then andonly then we leave the result to Gods providence- So there is an Americanism in America to which we adhere and there is an Americanism spoken of in Paris ofwhich we know nothing but repudiate it as an insult to our countr- ySCHOONER BLESSED Bishop Hoaly Christened the Anna Murray Last Saturday With the ceremony that consecrated the caravels of Columbus a fourmasted schooner the Anna Murray was launched at Camdem Maine last Saturday Bishop Healy jjf Portland was the celebrant His purple vestments the golden crook the white and gold of the stoles of priests the white sprplices of the altar boys incense and plain chant made solemn and beautiful the commonplace shipyardVisitors from towns miles and miles away made a somber background for the religious procession It passed between two hedges of reverent men and women The Bishop marked the vessel with christening oils as if he were anointing the forehead of a child He spoke the ritual of baptism and acolytes made the responses There were recited the Pater Noster the Credo and the Ava Maria The ocean was the baptismal font The grave dignity of the sprinkling of holy water while the vessel released from its bonds slipped out of the dry dock evoked admiration The ceremony was performed at the request of the owners of the Anna Mur rayTimothy Murray John B Mannirig and Capt Birdsall of New York The vessel is of 3000 tons and is 210 feet long It Is to be uSed in trade between New York and the West Indies Capt Birdsall is in command I TIMELY ARRIVAL JagglesAre the Browns going to cele PourtbtWagglesi o Their fourthiriahoy iw n K r f yt t lid i AOH CIGARThe Cent Cigar an IrishAmorican can smokcuI I tK Ii Manufacturer SrROEHxE Preston and Rawlings Sts PRETTY EMBLEM Awarded PresldentJohn Hen nessy For His Good I IWork of Division i i 4 of the Ancient Order of Hibernians- Wednesday evening was a rousing one and notwithstanding the increased initia tiou fee additional applications for mem bership were received After the initiation of three new mem bers William Dulaney Edward Rafferty and John Burke the announcement was I made that President John Hennessy was the winner of the gold badge offered the member procuring the greatest number ofapplications and Harry Brady and I Jerry Hallilmn were appointed a commit tee to make the selection which will most likely be presented to the popular presiding officer on the occasion of the picnic of the division July 24 I Harry Brady Chairman of the committee having charge of the contracts reported the engagement of Morbach and Scallys bands for the picnic to be given at Lion Garden Monday July 24 and now only the minor details remain to be arranged for the entertainment of Limerick and the balance of the city- II The installation of officers will occur at the next meeting when all should make an effort to be present and see the hand I displayedIi all were invited to remain and partake of I the hospitality of Will Dulaney when a most enjoyable social session was held songs being sung by William Reilly and John Naughton The host related his experience in the Indiana gas belt followed by a song that caused peals of laughter Two hours were thus pleas I aptly spent and the new member voted a I prince of good fellows PICNIC SUNDAY I The fifth anniversary of the Brewers Union will be celebrated tomorrow at Lion Garden and the committees assure those who attend a good time The members of the union will meet at Becks Hall where they will be joined by a number of invited guests and with two bands of music will parade through the principal streets before going to the park I President John Fuchs will be in charge I and will have the assistance of every member They want this anniversary celebration to surpass those heretofore givenDR MEDERS NEW QUARTERS Dr F A Meder the popular young surgeon dentist has fitted up new and elegant rooms at 347 West Jefferson street between Third and Fourth Dr Meder is prepard to do all kinds of fine dental work which in every particular is guaranteed to give entire satisfaction His practice is among the best people in the city and is growing rapidly His office hours are from 8 a m to 5 p mj Sundays 9 to 11 a m IIORAND OUTOFTOWN EXCURSION To the Indiana gas belt on Sunday July 2 via Big Four Route Special train leaves Seventhstreet Union Depot at C oclock a m Returning special train arrives at Louisville at 1140 p m Ex tremely low roundtrip rates as follows Rushville 1 Knightstown 1 Ander son 125 Muncie 125 Alexandria 125 Marion 150 Take advantage of the low rates and spend Sunday with friends in the gas belt Tickets on sale qt city ticket office 218 Fourth avenue I ISURE DEATH Im afraid something has happened Freddie I havent seen anything of him this morning I Cobwlgger Nonsensel lIes only hay ing a good time with his firecrackers Mrs Cobwigger No he isnt I could I not let him have such things I bought him one of those harmless toy pistols Cobwigger Run woman and get me morguebefore EXCHANGE OF COURTESIES Tommie scornfullyYour father a tailor an you going around with such old clothes Jim with contempt And your father a dentist n1 your baby going around with only one tooth In its head I Renew your stibcriptloa f C j D Y tt 4 + A dbyB w tJj+ rA1 ir iIozrw The Ancient Order of Hibernians WILL CELEBRATE T- HEIRSILVI3RJUBILI3E At Lion Garden July 4 GRAND DISPLAY OF FIREWORKS byCompanyMusic by Ludwigs Union Bauds Admission Only TwentyFive Ce- ntsI3RLING6OFRANK FEHR INCORPORATED BREWERS flND BOTTLERS LOUISVILLE ICY == t e = m rDANIEL DOUGHERTY THOMAS KEENAN I 1 IIUNDERTAKERS II fl jjIZZ9 West Market TEL Street JIIONE Bet Twelfth 12402 and Thirteenth I Promptly Attended to Day or Night Car IIIIORlls riages Furnished for All OccasionsUt u J mM WI COij INCORPORATED MAIN =STREET BREWERY LAGER BEER AND PORTERITS PURE LOUISVILLE KY WILLIAMM D11LANEYSl r EXCHANGEL Seventh and St Catherine Wines Liquors Cigars Frank Fehrs Beer always on tap Special attention paid to orders for family use flot Imneh Day and Night ITALIANSWISS COLONY WINE CO 219227 West Jefferson Street WHALLEN BROTHERS Proprsv WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN LIQUORS OF= 75LL KINDS roltipl1onc S1OO xOUISVIxxE IoCY JOHN F OERTELBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER Y 14001404 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE KY SMITH DUGANA- ll Kinds of PrintinglMusic Hall 131 West Market St M J LawlerFIRST CLASS Grocery and Saloon N W Cor Nineteenth and DuncanII Fine Lunch and Music LAWLERCOONEY I I AIM LAWLERS ONARCHJ A SUPERIOR SSt OJ53V1 OIQAJRMa- nufactured at Eighteenth and Duncan Streets oO DollarParYear for Thla Paper J l4tkd l LJ iX Ii oc i1 k t C J CALLAUANnAKER Boots and Shoes 1708 Seventh Street Work Guaranteed and Repairing Neatly Done HOTEL XIGHEIiIEII CAFE AND RESTAURANT MJ SWEENY PROP 221 THIRD AVE Private Dining Rooms Open Day Wiry Night Bestof Nines and Cigars TIDia3iPIIONh Row C- j