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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r q d DR F LA Milf D f R SURGEON DENTIST 347 W JEFFERSON ST Bet Third and Fourth Office Hour from 8 to 3 Sun dayi 9 to n lul VOLUME IIINO LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JULY 15 1899 c u PRICE FIVE CENTS 1n MONDAYS JUBILEE Ancient Order of Hibernians Will Celebrate at IIIvor view Parki r First Division Instituted This City Just TwentyFive Years Ago Has a Record Unsurpassed by Any Other Fraternal Society SOME OF ITS PROMINENT MEMBERS Division 1 of the Ancient Order of Hibernians was organized in this city twentyfive years ago and is one of the very few fraternal societies that have enjoyed a continuous existence during all these years Prom its ranks have come many of the brightest minds in the or der its representatives always taking a prominent position in the county State T and national councils Since its birth the order has grown un til now there are five strong divisions here besides the Ladies Auxiliary and the Hibernian Knights That the motto of the organization Friendship Unity and True Christian Charity has been faithfully observed is best evidenced by the reports of the Finance Committee which show that something over 12000 has been expended in funeral benefits and in relieving the wants of those in dis tress Notwithstanding this great outlay of money there still remains in the treas ury over 1000 for that purpose This is a record that any society might well feel proud of and Hibernians are unanimous in pronouncing this division a credit to the order This being the twentyfifth year of its existence its silver jubilee the members some time ago decided to properly cele brate the important event and with this w end in view early in the season secured Riverview Park the most beautiful place around Louisville for next Monday For 1 1some time past Messrs Tom Cody John Mulloy and Mike Tynan assisted by the Jo officer and jnemby have been hard at work until now every arrangement has been made whereby those who attend can spend a thoroughly pleasant day and eveningDuring the afternoon there will be a grand concert in the park and dancing in the pavilion There will also be a pro gressive euchre open to all and a number of handsome prizes will be presented to the winners There will be an illumination at night and as the admission is only ten cents there should be a large crowd present to congratulate the mem bers en this anniversary There will be many kinds of innocent amusement for ladies gentlemen and children and an abundance of refreshments Division 1 was instituted in 1874 its first President being Matt Curran for many years one of the most popular Irish Americans in Kentucky Mr Curran took a deep interest in all Irish society affairs and was counted one of the most dignified presiding officers who ever sat in a chair He served several terms asI President also as State Delegate andat the time of his death was a member ofI AssoIciatedmen as Vice President Patrick Dougherty Recording Secretary Michael Doyle Financial Secretary Thomas Stanton father of Edward Stanton the Louisville boy who distinguished himself with Admiral Dewey James Rodgers and Tim LyonsThe first St Patricks day celebration under the auspices of this division is well remembered by many of our citizens A committee consisting of Matt Curran James Rodgers John J Barrett John Donahue John Fitzgerald and Thomas Stanton arranged for a banquet at Rufers Hotel at which the State officers and about 200 Hibernians were enter tamed1 This was preceded by one of the finest parades ever witnessed in this city over 6000 men being in line and from that date the Ancient Order of Hiber nians hiss been an important factor in IrishAmerican affairs in Louisville Mr James Rodgers succeeded President Curran and was elected to the high office half a dozen times his ability and fitness being manifest from the first and under his administration the division more than doubled its membership I He also served as county and State officer Among the officers with Presi I dent Rodgers were Matt Kerins John Greaney Pat Gallagher Gus Mulloy Pat tI McGrail George McNamee and Tim LyonsThe successor of President Dodgers I was John Donahue and his associates were those who had served with his predecessor who had been elected County President and afterward State I President Mr Donahue served one f year and was followed by Thomas Morgan now with the Louisville and Nash ville Railroad Company I The late Thomas P Clines than whom i there was no better known or popular Irishman in Louisville at this time was I PreslldencI I tathisI rt of tlieentfrtainment audlioapitalltyproI If c 1h R t t r IRiSHLACE i JIservedi Inspector was elected to the Presidency of the pioneer division in 1884 and his administration proved one of the most successful in the historyof the order Previous to his election he had filled other offices of trust with marked ability and only for absence from the city while serving as a member of the Legislature he might have filled the office for many yearsTom Keenan one of the most popular and progressive IrishAmericans in this city was chosen President Ryans suc cessor serving four terms and under his guidance the division maintainedl its pre vious good record There was a marked growth in the order throughout the city during these years and he and his colleagues among whom were Martin Cusick Gus Mulloy Edward Clancy and John Mulloy assisted in the formation I whoIpose instituting I Martin Cusick who had been an ear- nestI worker for the division was next I honored and was serving his third con I State11residentI Cusick has represented Kentucky in several national conventions where he displayed I ability and judgment of a high order Edward Clancy who has been one of the indefatigable workers in the order holding every office in the division was then elected President serving twoI terms with marked executive abilityi His associate officers were Thomas Dolan John Mulloy Peter Cusick Tim Sullivan Mike Tynan Tom Cody and Louis Per randa and under their administration was projected the silver jubilee which takes place at Riverview Park Monday I reelectionI of i i being the Jubilee President and this is I an assurance that the division is on the right road to reach its golden anniversary I The old rolls contain the names of many men now prominent in other divisions about whom we will speak in the futureCead failthe ate the words that will greet you Monday the officers and members extending a cordial invitation to the public to be with them that day I There will be adequate street car accommodations with transfers to all parts of the city SH ELBYVI LLE Rev Father Fitzgerald Summoned to New York by the Illness of His Mother Editor Lewis Friends Want Him Recog nized by OoebelOLeary For Councilman Special Letter to the Kentucky Irish American Sm5MJYViiiK KY July 14Our oc casional letters from this place are caus specuIlation who can speak a word of Irish is accused of themOur friend Will Kaltenbach the local scribe for the Shelby Sentinel is going to have the Colonel give him r adr mayIfind the Shan Van if it costs him a months pay Take it easy Oklahoma for with all your knowledge me thinks you will never find her Editor Charles Lewis has a tiredworn out run down expression on his counte nance these sultry days which plainly tells more than words of his mental and physical labors in the recent merrygo round in your city If the Kenton Boss doesnt give Sir Charles the best card in the deck we will feel very much disappointed for he certainly is deserv ing of it He is an allround good gen tlemanly felloweven if he is considered transplanted by a certain editor in Louis ville John OLeary of the firm of OLeary OLeary is looking very prosperous and assuming an Aldermanic proportion in fact his rotundity is such now that there is talk of running him for the next CouncilmanOur artist friend Henry Harris has been very much downcast of late all gettangcouraged Henry there are a great many of the girls casting longing glances at youDennis Ryan has recently purchased an elegant turnout and tells us that he is shortly going to take Major Rodger Sheedy out for an extensive tour of the Bluegrass region By the way we are informed that the Major is shortly to fall heir to an immense fortune out in Cali fornia from a near relative Father Fitzgerald was suddenly1 sum moned to New York last Saturday on ac count of the serious illness of his mother We hope to have the pleasure of learning of her recovery and the good Fathers speedy return within the next week or twoThe kissing bug has arrived in our midst and out in the neighborhood of the Colonel We have no fear of it ever entlrelrtooSHAN VAN VOCHT m I lrmi iJrft t iX REPUBLICANS Glen Taylors Opponents With draw and Place hint Nomination InI John Marshall of This City Named for Second Place on thin Ticket Ilambrlck and Todd Men Were Not Recognized and Now Make Threats FAVOR STATE BOARD OF ARBITRATION The Republican State convention met Wednesday in Lexington and adjourned Thursday evening having adopted its platform and nominated a full State ticket Although it had been predicted there would be a great fight put up by the ToddHambrick faction to gain ad mission they caused no trouble at all They claim to have been thrown down hard though upon what they base their assertion is not apparent However threats are now flying thick and fast that they will not support the ticket The platform is similar to those always adopted by Republican conventions with the exception that this one opposes civil service reform and declares in favor of a State Board of Arbitration The party is pledged to all the planks but the latter which it only favors It is as follows In furtherance of the material welfare of the State and of satisfactory relationships between labor and capital we favor the establishment of a State Board of Arbitration and its endowment with power for the settlement of differences- Its resolution concerning trusts mayor may not be loaded1 That depends upon how you may construe it Here is what it saysWe pledge the Republican party of Kentucky to the enactment of all such laws as may be necessary to prevent trusts pools combinations or other organizations from combining to depre ciate below its real value any article or to reduce the proper emoluments of labor The convention was a harmonious one Gen Taylors opponents withdrawing and placing him in nomination when he was elected the Republican standard bearer by acclamation Hon John Marshall of this city re ceived the nomination for Lieutenant Governor Time full ticket nominated is asfollowsFor W S Taylor of But lercountyFor Governor John Mar shall of Jefferson county For Secretary of StateCaleb Powers of Knox county For Attorney GeneralClifton J Pratt of Hopkins county For Auditor John S Sweeneyof Bourbon county For Treasurer Walter R Day of Breathitt county For Superintendent of Public Instruc tion John Burke of Campbell county For Commissioner of Agriculture Capt Throckmorton of Pendleton countyThe Democrats now know what they have to go against and tlie success of their ticket will depend in a great measure upon the settlement of the differences existing in Louisville The motto of the Hambrick men was Remember 98 to which many re plied with the query Whats the matter with DOII WOLFE TONE His Memory and Deeds Hon ored in the Pilgrimage to His Grave The memory of Wolfe Tone was hon ored at Bodenstown churchyard in a manner befitting the high place he holds i In the hearts of all genuine Irish Nation alists says the Independent This an nual pilgrimage to the grave where the i greatest enemy to English rule that ever planned and worked for Irelands free dom sleeps is a living tangible proof of the continued existence of that pure spirit of nationality which Wolfe Tone worshipped and to which he sacrificed his life with all its glowing hopes and aspirations It would be a sad and dis graceful thing for Irishmen if they were to forget such sacrifices as were made by Wolfe Tone We have confidence that they will never be forgotten but that on the contrary they will be remembered with more intensity every succeeding year until Irelands independence is see cured When that glorious and long expected time arrives Tones name will stand highest among those who helped on its arrival ST PATRICKS EXCURSION The annual excursion and outing of St Patricks congregation takes place this year on Monday July 21 at Fern Grove Their outings are always enjoyable and the committees having thl one in charge have been hard at work for a month and assure their friends that this year they will eclipse all heretofore given The ladies of the congregation will set Jo it p a ttrt- l v o t 1 I nn i that there is an abundance to eat and drink and at reasonable prices Combination tickets have been placed on sale and the lady or gentleman selling the greatest number will be presented a fine goldwatch The one disposing of the second largest number will receive a handsome silk umbrella ji Full details will be given later J S I INSTALLATION i 1 John Hennessy Will Guide the Limerick BoJrsThls Year 1 The largest crowd that lias assembled iin Hibernian Hall for sometime past was present at the meeting of Division 4 of the Ancient Order of Hibernians Wednes day night ff After transacting routIne business initiating new members land allowing sick claims the quarterly reports of the Secretary and Treasurer were read the former showing that twentyfour mem bers had been initiated during the past three months There are that many more yet to be initiated who were elected to membership during thai time Treas urer Harry Bradys report showed a con siderable increase in the funds County President Murphy installed the officers for the ensuing year and in his remarks paid a high compliment to President Hennessy and the members for the faithful work they bad done declaring the division to be t ic banner one South of the Ohio river The committee havingjin charge the picnic at Lion Garden trade their report which they say is already an assured suc cess They anticipate a llarge crowdand will be fully prepared tb entertain all who attend Among the visitors were President Toni Keenan and the editor of the Kentucky Irish American The former made a spirited address and invited all present to participate in the silver jubilee next Monday and to come and witness the surprise in store for all vho attend the next meeting of Division J- An excellent picture of the Hibernian Knights a work of art from Klaubers was unveiled amidst great enthusiasm Its equal would be hard to find The names of the officers will be found in the directory column PRESIDENT OCONNOR r Acknowledges thejResolutloril Passed bytheJjaffejnsprf County Board At the June monthly meeting of the County Board of the Ancient Order of Hibernians resolutions were adopted con gratulating Hon P J OConnor of Savannah Ga upon his election to the Supreme Presidency of the Catholic Knights of America to which County President John Murphy received the fol lowing acknowledgement- Dear Sir and Brother Pardon me for not replying earlier to your favor of June 7 I have been in andout of the city a great deal for several weeks and have been much engaged in professional work I heartily appreciate the congratulations of your County Board upon my elevation to the Supreme Presidency of the Catholic Knights of America It was an honor I never expected to be conferred on me I accepted it however with the assur ance that I would employ my best en deavors in enhancing the welfare and promoting the prosperity of the Knights Thanking you and my brethren of your Courty Board for your complimentary resolution and sending you and them my best wishes I am yours fraternally P J OCONNOR Mr OConnor is one of the leading lawyers of the South and the order at large is to be congratulated upon the wisdom displayed by the delegates to the late national convention Mr OConnor distinguished himself as National Presi dent of the Ancient Order of Hibernians SACRED HEART OUTING The outing and picnic of the congrega tion of the Church of the Sacred Heart at Phoenix Hill ought to be a great success The committees of ladies and gentlemen are hard at work evolving different ways of entertaining their friends and may introduce features not seen here before A large number of charming young ladies will act as servers These outings are given for a good cause and should be well attended LILY DRAMATIC CLUB At the regular meeting of the Pauline Dramatic Club Tuesday July 11 it was decided to change the name of the club to the Lily Dramatic Club in honor of Miss Lily Hoertz one of the most popular members This is time company who presented Cartouche The French Robber with such great success last winter and they are about to take up the Bells a comedy drama in three acts Joseph E Hill who held the office of President since the organization of the club resigned at the meeting and Geo Schlaeffer formerly Director was elected to fill the vacancy The members of the club are Messrs George Schlaeffer President Thomas D Clines Vice President JI Zoll Treasurer Miss M E Hoertz Secretary Messrs Joseph E Hill T J Kennedy Gf G Goebel J J Carroll J E Creagh HT F Kleor JISpan1iaLUyHoertz M F Spaniiaf Now lathe time to pair your su scritlon J1 1 1 I i tv tn ARMY POST I The Bluegrass Capital May Be Chosen to Succeed Fort Thomas Judge Bullock Threatens to Turn Loose a Number of Prisoners Fifty Thousand Visitors Will Attend time Carnival Next Month WILLIAM KLAIR FOR LEGISLATURE Special Correspondence of the Kentucky Irish American LEXINGTON July 1IAs my first effort in journalism succeeded in getting past the waste basket two weeks ago I feelencouraged to try again and will endeavor to chronicle a few items of in terest to Kentucky Irish American readers Like my friend the ancient lady of Shelby Shan Van Vocht my identity has been the theme of conversation for the past week iu the Bluegrass capital Many wise ones seem to think they have guessed my identity beyond the shadow of a doubt but up to time present writing they have never touched me Col D J McNamara ran down to Frankfort on the Fourth and took in the picnic given by Lambert Council He reports having a grand time and says that some of the prettiest girls in Kentucky reside in the Capital City I am told he is also anxious to meet time Bluegrass Belle The past few days have been pretty warm ones for old Lexington The Re publican State convention met here last Wednesday and kept things lively while it lasted Several hundred delegates and spectators have been in attendance daily and watched with interest the action of the convention Last Monday the Morning Heralded ited by Col W C P Breckinridge brother of Col Robert J Breckinridge candidate for Attorney General came out editorially announcing that it would sup port Senator Goebel and time Democratic ticket The Herald bolted the party in 1890 but has now returned to the fold and nil will be forgotten and forgiven7 The Herald bitterly opposed Goebel pre vious to his nomination Lieut Johnson of the United States army recruiting station is here and has been instructed to begin recruiting for the Thirtyfirst infantry regiment to be organized at Ft Thomas by Col Pettit Warden Lilian of the Frankfort prison refuses to receive the prisoners sentenced a short while ago on account of smallpox and Judge Bullock threat- Ens to turn them loose upon the commu pity The outcome of the affair is eager lyawaitedDr Weitzel of the firm of Rob ertson Weitzel spent the Fourth in Frankfort with his family Col Frank Heeney of Frankfort spent Sunday with friends in this city Col William Klair is preparing to make a hot canvass for Representative from this city Col Klair is an oldtime campaigner and will undoubtedly carry his partys banner to victory in No vemberThe false riot alarm will cost the State about 1000 as soldiers pay rolls aggregating that much have been approved Gov Bradley will probably investigate wildcat rumors before or dering out the troops in the future The thirteenth annual meeting of the Kentucky Chautauqua closed last Friday It was one of the most successful in the history of the association Col D J Hickeyat Ryans Place 19 South Limestone is always ready and anxious to extend a hearty welcome to Kentucky IrishAmericans and their friends and invites all to make his place their headquarters while in the city In a few weeks Lexington is to have an army post so it is now rumored as Col Pettitt the new commander of the regiment to be recruited from Kentucky Ohio Indiana and Illinois states that Ft Thomas is not a fit location It is said that Col Pettitt is very favorably impressed with Lexington and will recommend it as a proper location to suc ceed Ft Thomas Col M C Alford and several prominent Lexingtonians are making every effort to secure the loca tion and hope to be successful- L J McNamara tie wellknown young printer will shortly leave for Frankfort to accept a position upon a new paper to be started there His many friends wish him success in the Capital City Extensive preparations are being made for the grand horse show carnival and fair to be given by the Order of Elks of this city from August 8 to 12 inclusive There will be visitors from all the sur rounding States and it is thought that fully 50000 will be in Lexington during the week of the carnival All persons desirous of subscribing to the only paper devoted to the interests of Irish Americans published in the South should hand 1 for a years subscription to the Kentucky IrishAmerican to Mr D J Hickey 19 South Limestone street BLUEGRASS BELLE HOME AGAIN Rcvf Father Daniel OSullivan who hasten in California for the past six tr r 1iw l J I months for the benefit of his health has returned to the city his condition greatly improved Father OSullivan who is very popular will receive a warm welcome from his congregation the mem bers of which greatly regretted his absence especially upon the occasian of his jubilee anniversary THOMAS KEENAN Will Preside Over the Des tinies of the Pioneer Division Tuesday evening there was a most interesting meeting of Division I of the t quarIterlybenefits during the past three months notwithstanding which its treas ury has the largest fund in the city County President Murphy was present and installed the officers recently elected His advice to the new officials vas of an excellent nature and his reference to the goodwork done by Edward Clancy the retiring Iresident created much en thusiasmThe jubilee committee reported everything in readiness for Mondays celebration and only request the presence of every Hibernian in Louisville Jeffersonville and New Albany to make it the grand success time occasion deserves Messrs Tom Keenan Edward Clancy James Harry Tim Sullivan and James Rogers were appointed a committee toI invite the members of other divisions to participate in the jubilee festivities Before adjourning time retiring officers and County President Murphy were ten dered a rising vote of thanks for the effi cient manner in which they performed their duties President Keenan and the other offi cers were authorized to prepare a sur prise for those who attend the next meeting and when Tom Cody Mike Tynan and John Mulloy get their heads together they will furnish something worth witnessing They will arrange a rare treat for all who attend visitors and membersDivision 1 has started out and will make an earnest effort to pass President Hcnnessy and his men SUGAR GROVE Mackin Council Will Have Its Second Outing August 22What Memlj Mbs ArD ng Trinity Council Will Buy or Build a New Club HouseCommittee Appointed MaCkin Council has secured Sugar Grove for its second outing to be given August 22 This step was taken on account of the ninny friends of this pop ular organization who did not attend the outing at Fern Grove owing to the bad weather The boats will leave Portland wharf Sugar Grove has been fitted up andwas never in better condition Matt Klein and A J Wald who have been on the sick list are improving William Jansen has been reported sick People living along Twentysixth street are anxious to know the two Rubes who passed through that street during the early morning recently Some say they were members of Mackin returning from Sugar Grove that they got left and had to walk home They were not Barney Dawson and Tom Burkholder The pool tables have been put in first class condition and the pool sharks are having great times Jack Raidy John Harlow Albert Gies and several others almost sleeping on them John Raidy and Jack Harlow regard themselves as great shots and the other evening challenged Charles Raidy and Barney Flynn agreeing to spot twenty balls Raidy and Flynn of course lost the first two games after which they offered to play the two Jacks even when they won eleven straights What the los ers said would not appear well in print Mackin will not recognize the weather man until after the outing The members of Trinity Council contemplate buying or building a club house in the near future Trinity numbers in its ranks ninny successful young business men and the undertaking being a laud able one no trouble should be experienced in carrying it to a successful conclusion With that end in view Messrs Adam G Schneider Joe Piazza Henry Stoerr William Rittman and Harry Kirchdorfer were appointed a committee to secure a boat and make arrangements for a moon light excursion during the latter part of AugustThe last meeting of Trinity was an in teresting one with a large attendance The quarterly report of the Financial Secretary was read showing an increased treasuryThere are no members on the sick list and the members of the relief committee have no duties to perform President Kelly and Secretary Garvey reported that over 600 was realized on the Fourth of July excursion They are gratifying MEET THURSDAY NIGHT The IrishAmerican Society will com plete its election of officers Thursday night after which some very important business will be considered All mem bers should attend t 71w- A n CURTAIN LAUNDRY and never follow In laundering lace at 20c a pair gives en Work called delivered First class MAD BABEY 625 Sec Telephone 2631 2 h LEXINGTON Some of the Merry Young Folks Who Are Tired of Single Blessedness Miss Isabclle McLaughlin Wins the Fourth of TiiIyBcnuty Prize Simple Simon Has Something to ConnI I PERSONAL AND SOCIETY NEWS NOTES I Special Letter to the Kentucky Irish American HWeddingsthis havingtakenpresent outlook there will be several more before cold weather sets in The young men arc tiring of lliving alone in this worldwhile the young ladies dread becoming old maids II The next one to take place will be that of Archie Sagercy of the Morning Herald and Miss Katie Fisher which will be parsonageWednesday popular and will be the recipients of many valuable gifts from their friends whom they count by the score I The wedding of John Stephani and Miss Anna B Norman is announced1 to take place the latter part of this month The brideelect is one of the most charm ing young ladies of this city being tall and handsome and is greatly admired by all who have the honor of her acquaint ance The groom is also a finelooking man with a host of friends who join in wishing both all the good luck they can have anda peaceful and happy mirried lifeThat the recent picnic of Barry Council Young Mens Institute was a great success is putting it mildly as the pro ceeds will show there being a profit on the good side of the ledger to the amount of J500 John Ruby had charge of the affair and there was not a member who did not put his shoulder to the wheel and comumitteestunme h who was compelled to make several trips to make deposits There were over 3000 people on the Fair Grounds not one of whom went away without expressing their appreciation and hoping for the Fourth to come again with Barry Council doing the honors A few words are due contributeIEdward Rhorer who had charge of the stand turned in the largest sum which showed that he left no stone unturned to make the picnic meet the expectations of the vast concourse of people who were presentBrother McAuliffe Chairman of the faking committee made a reputation second to none as a fakir He was ably assisted by Louis Vedder John Hermes John and James McGurk andothers Mike is now more popular with the boys than ever Mike Cronin handled the large crowd in master style and was complimented very highly on his good work as were also his assistants President James OBrien worea pleased smile all day He was all over the grounds giving the boys words of praise and also laboring zealously himself The members all worked hard but it was only play compared to what the Young Ladies Auxiliary done and the boys certainly appreciate their efforts and will in some way compensate then in the near future in the way of enter tainmentMiss McLaughlin was awarded one dozen photographs for being the most beautiful woman on the grounds This was one occasion when beauty was rightlyawarded In addition to being the prettiest girl on the grounds she is one of Lexingtons handsomest and most accomplished young ladies She was one of the hardest workers on the grounds that day standing at her post from early morn till late at night where she added many to the already long list of admirers Misses Margaret Carroll and McILaughlin they made many friends The ladies were assisted by Messrs James Keller William Maher and DanJ Crowe There were any number of out oftbtvm people in Lexington on the Fourth the most prominent being Capt Reeves and wife nee Shannon of Lebanon visitingMrsMiss Reynolds of Paris is the guest of Miss Fanny Rhorer on East Short streetAAll who have seen the Kentucky Irish American complinient it very highly hisfriends rj justnowmakiimg veloping as a bicycle rider having won v YoungMenshave won the sixteenmile race but for an accident Just as they were approach ing time finish he had the misfortune of a puncture The mishap was deplortd by every one as he had a safe lead All timeMisses of Paris cityTime est were in the city visiting friends last week and attended the YM I picnic r SIMPJJ SIMON I BTiICIZY JRXSH AMaRIC A17 KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflN Oevotod to the Moral and Social Advottcemettt of all Irish Americana dVIxrLIA11d P1 HIGGINS Publiwher SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINOLE COPY 50 Entered at the Louisville Postoffice an Second Class Matter Addtersall Communication to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 West Green Street LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY JULY 15 1899 HORRIBLE ATROCITIES Michael Prendergast private in the army at Manila writing to the Irish World of New York says that the gallows is not half severe enough for some of Uncle Sams soldiers In his letter he describes some of the most horrible desecra tions of the churches and tombs of the dead at Manila He says Vil lages and churches are in tuins as the result of our cannonading One church presented a scene such as I have never before seen or heard of The United States troops found the church just as the priest left and so when these devils got in they completely demolished everything They took to pieces the statue of the Blessed Virgin besides the statues of other saints After this was done they broke up the tabernacle where they seized the chalice and the blessed sacrament which they threw upon the floor Not satisfied with this they then trampled upon them They then put on the priests vestments and marched into the camp in a mocking manner They went into the vaults of the church and after breaking them open threw the bodies in all directions in the search for jewelry and other valuables Is it any wonder that the Philippines are making such desperate resistance against Mc Kinleys benevolent assimilation when their most sacred feelings are outraged by such acts of vandalism and deviltry The Turk in Armenia or the Apache in Arazona never committed such acts as the above Gen Otis may censor all dispatches from the Philippines but the truth is coming out and an outraged people will hold the proper author ities at Washington responsible for this state of affairs During our a civil war a soldier caught robbing the dead was shot without a trial If a few of those miscreants who disgrace the uniform were treated in this manner it would prove a salu tory lesson to the others CAPT COOHLAN AGAIN Capt Coghlan of the Raleigh after offending against all canons of good taste and breeding by his insulting and stupid speech at New York when he returned from Man ila has insulted all citizens of foreign birth by denouncing what he calls hyphenated American ism By this he means such designations as GermanAmerican IrishAmerican and so on But like a great many other prigs who are now in the army and navy he goes into spasms of delight over the muchtalkedof AngloAmerican al liance According to Coghlans ideas the Germans and their descendants numbering 30000000 the Irish and their offspring estima r Swedesrand others numbering several mil lions have no right to form their own societies for their mutual protec tion But whenever the interestsn- F of Great Britain demand that we throw aside our most sacred tradi tions of noninterference in the af fairs of other nations especially L weaker ones we are surfeited with AngloSaxonbloodisthickerthan water twaddle until one would imagine that the people of the United States ought to become again a dependency of Great Britain Capt Coghlan ought to know if our foreignborn citizens form so cieties composed of their own people c that they in no way interfere with a their duties as American citizens I Our American history amply proves this statement Capt Coghlan is the son of an Irish emigrant who came to Kentucky many years ago but he evidently has little love for r the land of his forefathers Men of his stamp ought to be sent to cruis in the South Pacific ocean where their assinine expressions would no longer offend the ears of good citizens CONTEHPTIBLE It seems that our oldtime spirit of vigor and independence will soon disappear from the United States Whenever any of our public inen go over to England and they re ceive any social attention they im mediately slop over as it iis called The latest instance we have of this disposition was on July 9 iin London Capt Francis Landon of the N Y S G was present at a banquet given by Sir Charles Ed ward Vincent commandant of th Queens Westminster volunteers In response to a toast to the United States Landon said that wherever and whenever England needed Americas sons the latter would stand side by side with Britons and march shoulder to shoulder It is a great pity that the sensible peo ple of this country have to be mis represented by such men as Lan don Capt Landon no doubt belongs to that class of Anglo maniacs who unfortunately are too common in the Eastern States and who deem themselves blessed iifI they receive the slighest social at tention from an English nobleman Is it any wonder that English writ ers like Ian Maclaren Herbert Spencer and others of that class look with contempt on most Amer icans when we ourselves are lacking in the proper selfrespect and in dependence The Republican State convention turned down the ToddHambrick patriots as every one who knows anything expected Now who will they swing onto in their search for a political job They are hobnobbing with some of our local Demo cratic politicians Is it possible they will be taken into the Democratic fold Well see They threat en to nominate a ticket Maybe they wont It may be all right to hold secret meetings in dark places adopt resolutions concoct schemes and demand recognition and office as representatives of steen thousand voters but nominating a ticket and making a canvass would expose the joke The best thing the Democrats can do is to snub these politico hucksters who failing to bluff the Republicans will now seek to pull the leg of Democratic or any other committees or candidates Their flooence only amounts to the noise they make Englandannounces another amic able arrangement by which threat ened war is averted this time with Transvaal and as usual Englands bluff failed to get what she wanted the Uitlanders will not vote or hold office just yet in the Transvaal Republic Those Boers adhere to the primitive method of saying no and backing it up with a blunder bus all the fine arts of diplomacy having no attractions for them There is a lull in local politics just now which must not be mis taken for white winged peace It will be decidedly warmer bef reelection day with every indication ofa campaign that will eclipse any ever witnessed in this city Theres always a lull before the storm will be fully demonstrated Politicians are worrying and planning nowI will have hard work later and the boys will enjoy it Louisvilles only semimonthly Sunday paper has suddenly becoire- very solicitous as to the interests I i h JIc iOfJ 1 i t 0 rJ- c 40 t7 and future welfare of the honest workingman The honest working men would like to know why this new convert does not fly the Typo graphical Union label Societies that desire to see news of their organizations in print should attend to the matter themselves Most of the Secretaries in our societies are salaried but they seem to do little in the matter of giving news of their organizations Brother Barry of the New Have- Echo has come out for the entire ticket but omits from its masthead Bryaneand any other good Democrat Tell why John There has been altogether too much style about that peace conference And after all its only aims were to further centralize th jurisdiction of courts Cardinal Gibbons will on Sunday July 23 celebrate his sixty fifth birthday RECENT DEATHS Walter Murphy who was taken to the Deaconness Hospital in Jeffersonville last Saturday for the purpose of having an operation performed died from its effects Sunday morning The deceased was iin his nineteenth year and resided with his mother Mrs Mary Murphy on Mulberry widee bet reavement His funeral occurred Mon day morning Miss Margaret Donovan a wellknow- and highly respected lady died Tuesday afternoon at her home 1545 Bank street She was the daughter of Mr Daniel Donovan who has the sympathy of a host of friends in his sad bereavement Her funeral was largely attended at St Patricks church Thursday morning and the remains were followed to the grave by many sorrowing friends John I Stitch whose death occurred Tuesday morning at his home at St Matthews was one of the oldest and most popular residents of the county He had been ill for some time and his death wa not wholly unexpected Mr Stitch iis survived by his wife one daughter an five sons His funeral occurred Thurs day morning from Holy Trinity church AMUSING INITIATION New Departure in Admitting Applicants to Membership One of the most amusing scenes yet witnessed in Hibernian circles in this city was the initiation inaugurated by Division 2 at its meeting Thursday night Had the members any conception of what was to transpire the hall would not accommodate those who would have been present The visitors and members werekept in roars of laughter There was the largest attendance off members for several months and after the initiation of William Rawley and James Donahue County President Mur phy installed the newly elected officers followed by a brief but very interesting address The resignation of Secretary Obst was received and Mr John Mooney was elected for the ensuing year William T Meehan offered some ex cellent advice to the members upon tak ing the chair and predicted that Divis ion 2 would be right in the front rank James Barry of Division 1 was among the visitors and in a few well chosen words extended an invitation to the members to attend the jubilee Monday Lieut Jerry Hallihan Treasurer Harry Brady and Martin McNally were also requested to address the meeting which they did and asked the members to at tend their outing at Lion Garden Notwithstanding a great deal of busi ness was transacted the meeting ad journed at 10 oclock LOST HER WHEEL Miss Lillie Halligan of this city had quite a queer experience on her trip through Illinois last week Her wheel was put off by mistake at Bit Carmel and she did not discover her loss until she reached Mound City where she put forth her best efforts to get track of it again All who know what an enthusi astic wheelwoman Miss Halligan is will appreciate her anxiety until she recovered her favorite steed DEDICATION The dedication of the Church of the Guardian Angel lit Merino Irvington will take place tomorrow morning The dedicatory services will be conducted by Right Rev Bishop McCloskey of this city assisted by Rev Father Westerman first resident pastor of Mt Merino church Rev John OConnor the pres ent pastor Rev Father Brey and others will assist in dedicatory services and solemn high mass RESIGNED Officer N L OMara one of the best known men tin the local police force tendered his resignation to the Board of Safety Monday Officer OMara has been unable to perform his duties during the year owing to ill health but because of his good record his place was held open for him This action was only decided upon when he bad given up hope of imr provementniseconoytauselce to keep food from spoiling 1 t at1 J ot t t IL1 Jo daysnChicago Mr and Mrs Percy Clancy spent the past week in Chicago Miss Blanche Tucker of Long Run iis visiting Miss Mollie Scannell Mrs II Herr was among this weeks visitors at West Baden Springs Mr and Mrs Thomas Shea of West port spent a few days here this week ebliss Mamie Kiley a pretty Memphis girl was in this city visiting friends this week Mr and Mrs Robert Cunningham will leave shortly for a protracted visit in Wisconsin Mrs John Doherty of Jeffersouville is slowly recovering from her recent serious illness Misses Eva Raidy Rose Huber and Maggie Ulrich have returned from Cincinnati Dr George Rbberts left Monday morn ing for Chicago where he has accepted position Miss Anna Carey has returned home after a pleasant visit with friends iin Bowling Green whnhas been very ill will soon be able to re turn to his post Misses Clara McDermott and Maude Cheney of New Albany are visiting iin Harrison county Ind Miss Nell Sexton left Tuesday for Bardstown where she will spend several weeks yisiting friends Tony Montedonico accompanied by his charming daughter spent the week at West Baden Springs sMiss Puss Ford a charming young lady of New Haven was visiting friends weekdThe Aquinas Union members are work ing hard to make their moonlight excur sion of July 21 a swell affair James Bulgers many friends will re gret to learn that he is seriously ill at his home 1220 Thirteenth street Miss Etta Tarpley of Bedford spent the week in New Albany the guest of her sister Mrs P F Fitzgibbon Mrs Mike ODomiell of Twentieth and Bank streets has almost entirely recovered from her recent illness Miss Margaret Miller will spend the summer months in Frankfort the guest of her aunt Mrs P F Newman Deputy Sheriffs Frank Carroll and Joe Ludwig left Tuesday for a twoweeks vacation at French Lick Springs Mrs Frank Carroll has gone to Bowl ing Green where she will remain for a month the guest of her daughter Mrs Blanche Shelby and Miss Louse Shelby have gone to West Baden where they will remain for a couple of weeks Mrs Frank Dougherty of Hamilton O was this week the guest of her aunt Mrs John Dougherty of Jeffersonville- Mrs M K Cummings has gone to Staunton where she will spend several weeks as the guest of Miss Mary Miller Misses Jennie Cochran and Eva Allen are in Michigan They will spend several weeks visiting the Northern lake resorts Deputy Sheriff John Greaney is ex pected home from Dawsbn Springs where he has been spending the past two weeks Mrs Charles Mazzoni and her winsome daughter Miss Amelia were among the Louisvillians visiting West Baden this week Little Misses Eva May Fowler and Sallie and Ethel Ray form a jolly party who will spend the summer with friends at Buffalo Mrs Frank Burrell accompanied by her daughter Miss Edna left Wednes day for a trip through Kentucky and Tennessee Will Norton of West Chestnut street was registered at West Baden this week He is one of the most popular visitors at the Springs Mrs Edward Reilly and children have returned to their home in New Albany after an enjoyable visit with friends in Denver Col- William H Ryan of Henderson was in the city on a business trip this week He only recently returned from a visit to Belfast Ireland John J McGrath the popular Deputy Jailer has gone to West Baden and his friends sincerely hope he will return in improved health JEdward Bradley and Mattie Flaherty surprised their friends by eloping to Jef fersonville Wednesday and being married by Justice Hause Mr and Mrs Thomas Mulligan returned this Week from Chicago where they had been vting Mrs Mulligans sisteri Mrs Rotiek MrsM WDpiiiwIl of Thomas rr at r t bit 4i Vff J S ville was a visitor in Jeffersonville this I week the guest of her daughter Mrs Edward Wilcoxson I ICol Mike Muldoon accompanied by the Misses Muldoon left this week for Old Point Comfort where they will re main for some time Any of our readers desiring a large and commodious hall for club or amusement purposes can find such at 520 Fifth street The terms arc reasonable I IThe engagement is announced of Miss McNamara of this city and Harry Douglas of Lexington The wedding will take place in the fall The Sisters of Providence of New Albany and Jeffersonville this week went on their annual retreat at St Marys of the Woods near Terre Haute Miss Ada McDermott of Elizabeth town has been the guest of Miss Belle Meany Her visit was a delightful one several parties being given in her honor Miss Margaret Sweeney one of Louis villes most popular ladies leaves today for New York and Boston where she will spend the summer with friends and rela tives Miss Katie and Mamie Hallinan left last week for Doe Run Springs Before SulphuraWells and other Kentucky summer re sorts Mr and Mrs Will Weber and William Denk of Cincinnati were in Louisville Sunday the guests of Mr and Mrs P J Sundayonight Misses Gallic Miller and May Lilien that two of Louisvilles most attractive young ladies leave tomorrow for Rolla Heights where they will remain for two weeks The marriage of Miss Annie Scrivens a popular West End young lady and Martin McNally well known in Irish so ciety circles is announced to take place in August Mr and Mrs Henry Nitzken are cele brating the arrival of a fine boy at their home Thirteenth and Grayson streets Mr Nitzken is kept busy receiving con gratulations Miss Alma Denk is visiting Mrs P J Raidy on West Main street She is the charming young daughter of Mr and Mrs John Denk of Avondale a suburb of Cincinnati Matt Boyle John Reckteuwald and Frank Fox spent the week in Indianapo lis where they went as delegates to the convention of the Iron Molders Inter national Union Miss Lillie Koehler a most attractive young lady is being delightfully enter tained by her cousin Miss Katie Ansbro of 812 Oldham street with whom she will remain several weeks The announcement in the daily papers of the engagement of Miss Hannah Sex ton and Mr George Timmons was an un founded report and the young couple desire the notice contradicted The Volunteer Socials announce their first annual celebration for Monday even ing July 24 at Phoenix Hill Park They assure those who attend their first venture fun enough to last them for a year Mr and Mrs William Heinz and fam ily have left the city to spend the summer at Doe Run Springs White Sulphur Wells and other resorts in the State They expecf to be gone several months The Columbia Literary Society will give a delightful moonlight excursion on the steamer Columbia Friday evening A fine programme has been arranged and Scallys orchestra will furnish the music Mrs John Cummings who has been suffering from a severe attack of malarial fever at her home on Center street New Albany is reported out of danger and her friends now look for her speedy recovery John Healy who has been unable to leave his home at Eighth and St Cather ine streets for the past few weeks because of an injured foot is again able to resume his duties with the Pennsylvania Railroad Company Miss Anna W Rubb will return home the latter part of next week from Mound City Ill where she has been spending her summer vacation Miss Rubb is quite a favorite in the society of that enterprising little town Miss Mary E Halter and Thomas A Maguire well known and very popular in New Albany social circles were united in marriage at St Marys church in that city Monday morning They have the best wishes of a host of friends for a pleasant journey through life Miss Alice Rucker entertained a select party of her friends last Thursday evening Those present were Misses Mayme Seltzer Susie Stewart Alice Gifford Gussie 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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 city For terms and dates address or call on- WILLIAM BAUER Lessee and Manager I AOH CIGARTine Cent Cigar on iIJs Irititt fArsortcancoaamatsoX3 HxMinuficturer Proton and Ruwllngs Sta y t- X r Y- 4a c SACRED RELIC Showing Impressions of the Face and Form ofl the Divinu Savior Will Ho Displayed in the Chapel of St Johns Col lee Brooklyn Faithful of America Will Vene rate the FacSimlle of the Holy Simian VIEWED BY KINGS PRINCES PONTIFFS In the chapel of the Holy Agony St Johns College Brooklyn there will shortly be placed for public veneration a fulllength photograph of the most fa mous sacred relic in the world For centuries every devout follower of the Roman Catholic faith has regarded the sacred winding sheet as the most price less treasure conceivable There could be say the fathers of the church no greater incentive to holy living than the sight of this very garment of the Lord I itself unspeakably fraught with holiness Its sanctity they say has made it imperishable as is witnessed by the fact that it has already endured for nineteen hundred years although merely a delicate piece of linen Only once has this holy relic been photographed Two plates were taken Apart from the religious value attach ing to it as the shroud that actually en veloped the body of the crucified Savior the winding sheet is regarded with especial awe because unmarred through the long centuries it carries a comparatively distinct reproduction of the face and body of Christ So tenderly has the church preserved this precious sign of its faith that the sharp lines of the tortured body the imprint of the thin delicate face and of the matted hair and beard are still recognizable Catholics believe that the miraculous piece of linen will always retain the imprint of the sacred body it once enwrapped and that its power to heal the sick and suffering or to stimulate religious living will continue unimpaired as long as the church shall last on earth At present the original sheet or sacred sindon as it is called is preserved in a treasury in a magnificent church in Turin Italy It is guarded with as unfailing vigilance as the vestal virgins once exercised in keeping the sacred fire burning Now and then twice or thrice in a century it is exhibited to the faith ful with all churchly pomp A journey to Turin to the vicinity even of the relic is for a Catholic one of the greatest acts of piety But the resting place of the relic has not always been so secure It has known vicissitudes and its story is a long one As told by the church its history is in brief as follows After the winding sheet had been cherished for a time by the disciples of Christ and their successors it was placed in a sanctuary at Jerusalem where it would be to this day had the unbelievers not captured the city As it was the Knights of Jerusalem took the relic to Cyprus where it was kept undisturbed until the middle of the fourteenth cen tury Here Godfrey de Charuy a Chris tian knight placed the holy shroud for greater safety in his castle of Lerey es tablishing college and monastery of canons Many years afterthe church gives the date as March 22 1463Mar- garet a niece of the good Knight God frey gave the relic to Louis Duke of Saxony who took it to Turin At the same time the Duke caused coins and medals to be struck off bearing an im print of the sheet Not long afterward there were religious disturbances in Turin which made the city seem an unsafe guardian of the sacred relic So it was carried to Chambery Here it met with its first misadventure A fire broke out in the church where it was kept slightly scorching its folds By miraculous intervention as it seemed to the guardians of the sheet this scorching was limited to the borders and did not mar the outlines of the Saviors body After this the relic was frequently movedto Pinerolo in 1470 to Vercelli in 1494 to Nice in 1538 and back to Turin in 1578 This last move was made by order of Duke Emmanuel Filibert who wished to shorten the journey nec esssary in order to venerate the relic During the siege of Turin 1706 the relic was smuggled out of the city by a body of devout priests and concealed in Genoa Later it was returned to Turin where it has remained ever since Six times during the present century have followers of the church been blessed with a sight of the sacred sindon On the first two occasions the exhibitions were private and for the benefit of Pope Pius VII The Pope stopped at Turin while on his way to France to attend the coronation of Napoleon I and saw the shroud for the first time He visited it again which was an evidence of extreme piety while on his way back to his states in triumph in 1815 When Charles Felix began his reign the relic was exposed to view for the third time It was again seen at the wedding of the Crown Prince Vctor Emmanuel II and later in 1808 at the wedding of Crown Prince Humbert I The last occasion was a year ago From May 25 to June 2 1808 it was seen in connection with the Exposition of Sacred Art and Catholic Works and Missions- It was during this last exposition that the Pope granted permission to photograph the wonderful relic The result was awaited with intense eagerness by the whole Catholic world Two powerful electric reflectors were used The ext posure was eighteen minutes During dignitariesri 11ff j fJ i especially appointed stood on guard tul prevent the slightest possibility of acci dent The results of the photography reoIIJfOductiontwo plates having given to the Popewas by order of the King placed in the treasury of the sacredsindon Here Bishops and Cardi nals have access to it and can obtain copies of the precious photograph This latter fact explains the good fortune of the Lararist Fathers of Brook lyn in whose possession the photograph now is The Fathers have charge of St Johns College and Seminary at Will oughby and Louis avenues Not long ago Bishop Theil of Costa Rica while in New York accepted the invitation of the Lazarist Fathers to visit them and spend two weeks at the college The hospitality which he received from the good priests he did not forget From St Johns College the Bishop went to Rome Here he obtained possession of the treas ure and sent it to the Lazarist Fathers in recognition of their courtesy The priests have had the photograph enlarged and they will see to the placing of the enlarged copy in the chapel of the Holy Agony which will thus become a place of pilgrimage for good Catholics from all directions MOTHER Written for Kentucky IrishAmerican There is none in all this cold and hol lowworld no fount of deep unchanging love like that within a mothers heart None but those who have been deprived of this the kindest and best of earthly friends can ever fully appreciate the real worth of a mothers love What love can equal the fond devotion that burns in a mothers heart Earth has none no tie so tender none so strong so unchanging none so pure Her love and influence are like the silent dews of heaven falling gently upon the fruitful soil of the heart and every tender germ springs up to meet it as the drooping flower raises its blushing head to catch the genial shower If there be but one tender plant it grows the greener if but one bright flower it takes new and more beautiful colors from its parent stem so if there be but one loved object on which to bestow a mothers care her affections twine closer around it until it seems a part of her own being and she watches over it with increasing fondness and more devoted interest as she sees her infant blossom expanding into the flower of youth and vigor and age Though that fond mother may long since have been laid away in the silent grave and the cold clods of the earth lie mouldering over her decaying form yet her influence lives and it will live forever throwing its silent charm around the rugged scenes of life elevating the soul to nobler aspirations and mote ex alted motives it hovers around the infant couch and breathes its silent power over the child it lingers around him like a spirit of the dead through all the rough paths of life and if ever a guardian angel is permitted to visit earth and watch over the loved ones left behind it is the saint ed spirit of an affectionate mother ever hovering near with fond delight and clinging love to guide the wayward steps in the paths of duty and point the way to heaven Who so fondly as a mother could cherish her infant blossom and watch beside our infant couch by night and by day with toilless vigilance and whose ear was first to catch the slightest sound at pleasure or grief Who antici pated our every want and who soothed our little hearts when they were sad Who but a fond mother first taught us to lisp the prayer Our Father who art in heaven And who told us of God of heaven and directedour youthful steps in the ways of truth and virtue When suffering upon a bed of pain and languishing disease who so well as a mother can smooth the aching breast and cool the fevered brow or smooth the dying pillow and catch the last faint whisper ere the soul takes its eternal flight to the spirit world But alas how little do we appreciate her kindness and devoted love until too late When the death damps gather around her aged brow when the ardent fires of that sparkling eye grow dim when the sweet and tender accents of her familiar voice grow fainter and fainter when the last dying whispers fall with crushing weight and mournful interest on our ears and the soul takes its upward flight then the startling truth flashes oer tine mind that we have never known the intrinsic worth of that fond and af fectionate mother now pale and silent and hushed for ever in the long sleep of deathGentle reader hast thou a mother Love her with all the intensity of your heart cherish her with fondest affection heed her counsel and instructions prize her as you would some rare jewel and smooth her rough path way down to the gates of death If you are bereft of her then can you truly mourn Let the flowers that bloom around her graveoften be watered with the tears of thy affection and sor row and ever preserve her memory fresh and green in your heart Tis only when her lips are cold We mourn with late regret Mid myriad memories of old The days forever set And not an act or look or thought Against her meek control But with a sad remembrance fraught Wakes anguish in the soulA A M New Albany Ind July 12 PLEASANT OCCASION The Misses Hannon entertained last Tuesday evening in honor of their cousin Miss Ellen Powers An excellent repast was served at midnight Those present were Misses Lillian Del and Mollie Keiran Mayme Sallie and Nellie Han non Mollie Scannell and Messrs John Bishof Joe Herbst Albert and Theodore Doll and Phil Schlemraer One of the features of the evening was the singing by the Primrose Quartet JJ 1 lI- l r LABOR WORLD Notes and Gossip of the Week From All Parts of the Cou fry t The miners near E ansville can soon claim a great victory The annual picnic of the Cabinet Makers Aid Society takes place at Lion Garden tomorrow The cigarmakers picnic promises to surpass anything heretofore undertaken by the blue label men- The Allied Printing Trades Council will soon have plans arranged for more effectually booming the label James McCloud will make an excellent Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Allied Printing Trades Council The miners strike at Soddy was ended Wednesday The demands of the union were conceded and a large force went to workCharles E Shepherd has been re elected President of the Printing Trades Council This is a compliment to the typosEleven thousand persons have signed an agreement in Evansville to burn only union mined coal What will the courts say to this The Ewald Iron Company this week signed the scale of the Amalgamated As sociation of Iron Workers The men receive a good advance in wages The Chattanooga Enquirer now edited by J C Rodgers is rendering great as sistance to the Soddy miners now striv ing to maintain their right to be free The Voice of Laborsays five represent atives of Lawsons Chicago News and Recordwere driven out of Detroit The News and Record are unfair papers and should be shunned by everyone They have no circulation here Steps will be taken by the trades unions of New Albany to formally organize a Trades and Labor Council in that city Tuesday evening at Langs Hall All the unions have been requested to send delegates This is a wise move and should be successful Deputy Bailiff Mike Tynan spent several days in Indianapolis attending the convention of the Molders Inter national Union Mike thinks it is the greatest labor organization on earth and says Louisvilles delegation was one of the best ever sent from here There is a probability that an oldtime picnic will be the feature of next Labor day The disposition is to take things quietly and not have any parade This is a good move Parades entail consider able expenditures of time and money which can be put to better use in a quiet inexpensive way by a fraternal gathering such as will be afforded by the Central Labor Union excursion to Peru Grove TOWARD REUNION Gen Collins Reports This as the Condition of the Irish Parties Gen Patrick Collins of Boston has returned from a trip to Europe Regard ing the situation in Ireland the General said the tendency in Ireland so far as he was able to find out is that all sections are getting together and the expectation is that by the time another general election gets around there will be again a united party The new scheme of local government has tended to throw men to gether who have been opposed to each other for a long time and when they work for a common object on anyone issue the tendency is to obliterate the lines of division which have hitherto existed HYPOCRISY Methods Resorted to In Eng land to Create Prejudice Against Oom Paul The latest crime of which the Boers have been accused in England is that Catholics and Jews are treated badly in the Transvaal A Jew says so We prefer to wait for a declaration from the Catholics themselves before taking this Jews word for it If the Catholics are suffering from disabilities they have been remarkably silent about them In any case Mr Chamberlain is not bullying President Kruger on their account When England has removed the disabilities under which Irish Catholics labor anti when they have suppressed Kensit it will be time enough to throw stones at Oom PaulWe also read from the same jingo cor respondent that the Irishmen through out South Africa are staggered at the spectacle of Nationalist members of the House of Commons upholding Mr Kru ger Those of them who are in the staggering condition should be seen to at once by the police They evidently re quire a dose of the lockupor the strait jacket if the complaint is permanent if they side with the oppressor of their own people against an independent nation We fancy that the staggering element among South African Irishmen is very small not strong enough to support two modest establishments within the mean ing of the act- FATHER WHITES PICNIC Tuesday there will be an enjoyable pic nic and lawn fete on Mrs Boldts lawn Frankfort avenue for the benefit of the Church of St Francis of Rome of which the Rev Father White is pastor Those wishing to have a good time and help a worthy cause should attend FLAG FLYING AGAIN About two yemr ago a pole and hand some flag were raked in the convent school lawn at Bridgeport Conn During a severesbrm last y ar the flagpole was blowndown awl Jncexemainedi L I 4 4l tj 4M 1 7 41 m 1t IIon the lawn On Tuesday Company FI Hibernian Rifles marched in a body and placed the pole in position and hoisted the stars and stripes to the top of it while the children of St Marys paro chial school sang the Star Spangled Banner This act was one very appro priate to the Fourth of July and reflects the patriotism of the Hibernians The committee who had the affair in charge were First Lieut OBrien Quartermaster Sergt Lenehan and Capt Garten SPORTY TEns Dexter stands very near the bottom of the batting list Wagner and Zimmer lead the great Fred Clarke in batting Delclmnty leads the League in batting Roth Keeler and McGraw stand a chance of passing him The contests between the American and English college athletes take place next Saturday in London The Columbia and Defender meet Thursday and will race every day until one shall have won three times San Francisco wants the JeffriesShar key match sure enough Managers of Glen Park offer a purse of 60000 Efforts are being tirade to matchi Dave Sullivan and Solly Smith for a twenty five round contest before the Broadway Athletic Club Tom ORourke and George Dixon spent several days at West Baden before leaving for Denver The Springs are be coming quite popular with the pugilists The Navarre Athletic Club of Lexing ton have hopes of arranging a match bee tween Joe Choynski and Peter Moher to take place during the Elks carnival next month Tommy Ryan and his friends are anx ious to arrange a match with Kid McCoy While McCoy would be the favorite many of the best posted would pick the Syracusean to win Jim Watts the local colored pug writes from Canada that he is anxious to return A chitterling negro who com plains of ham and eggs and fried potatoes does not stand much show here He will never be missed Dixon and White went the full twenty rounds Tuesday night The bout was witnessed by an immense crowd Bat Masterson was the referee and gave the decision to the negro as he forced the fighting in nearly every round Terry McGovern the Brooklyn bantam will meet Pedlar Palmer the English champion during the latter part of August articles calling for a twentyfive round contest having been signed this week Our money goes on the American Kid McCoy announced in Denver that he would reach New York some time during the next two weeks for the pur pose of signing articles to meet Fitzsim mons some time in the latter part of September McCoy is willing that the winner take this whole purse Again rumors are flying concerning the formation of a new base ball league The latest are to the effect that the movement meets with favor in New York Pittsburg Washington Chicago and St Louis where Chris Von der Ahe will receive the backing of one of the large breweries ofi the latter city Louisville remains nen tralIWESTMINSTER CATHEDRAL The building of the great Catholic Cathedral in Ashly Place Westminster is so far advanced toward completion that Cardinal Vaughan is inviting sug gestions as to the subjects for its internal ornamentation and decoration Marble and mosaics will be the main materials used The Byzantine style of the edifice renders this almost obligatory While no definite decision as to subjects des tined to form the complete decorative scheme has been come to the Cardinal would seem to have secured the services of the most able artist not only capable of designing the scenes and sub jects to be determined but also of personally undertaking their execution in mosaics The genius in question is Prof Seitz of Venice His reputation is by no meansconfined to Italy though most of his best work is to be seen thereas for instance in the Borghese apartments of the Vatican the Catholics of Germany entrusted him with the whole of the mosaic decoration of the choir of the Basilica of Loretto SURE WINNER Dave Burkes friends are suggesting him as a winning entry in the cake walk contest which will be given at the Do minican church picnic August 7 Dave gave a private exhibition of his style to some of his friends last Monday evening Miss Mayine Keefe acting as his partner They were both heartily applauded POPULAR FIREMEN If it ever should come to a question of which is the most popular engine htouse crowd in 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Monsignor Gaffney as Bishop of Meath at Mullingar Cathe dral vividly recalled the sanctity and the glory of the school of Clonard estab lished by St Finnian the patron of the See close on fifteen centuries ago says r the Dublin Independent in its excellent report of the consecration The solemn ceremony was responsible for bringing into the town large contingents from all 1 + parts of the diocese From Cavan Dub ifn and other outside districts vast num bers attended The rite in the church was witnessed by a crowded congregation The grandeur beauty harmony and sug gestiveness of the ritual prescribed for such occasions can properly be appre ciated only by witnessing the imposing pageant A conception of the attractive ness of the investiture of a bishop will be readily gathered from the fact that the ceremonial Is the most elaborate of the many functions ordained by the ritual of the Catholic church Ills Eminence Cardinal I gue was the consecrating prelate lie was assisted by Disbop ODonnell of Raphoe and Bishop ODoherty of Derry The other prelates were Bishop Owens of Clogher Bishop Magennls of Kilmore Bishop Foley of Kildarc and Leighlin Bishop Donelan of Canea Bishop Browne of Cloyne Bishop Callaghan of Cork Bishop a ODwyer of Limerick Bishop McRed mond of Killaloe Bishop McCormack of Galway Bishop Lyster of Anchonry Bishop Clancy of Elphin Bishop Con ney of Killala Bishop Healy of Clon fert Over one hundred clergymen at tended High mass and consecration commenced at 11 oclock Practically the first step in the ceremony was the reading of the Apostolic commission This and all the other main features of the highly symbolic function were fol lowed with interested reverence The entire ceremony occupied over three hours fifty minutes of which were de voted to his sermon by Rev Robert Kane S J The new bishop was born in 1840 at Mount Njugent County Cavan At the age of fifteen he entered Maynooth In the study of theology scripture and canon law he acquitted himself with con spicuous ability At the Dunboyne estab lishment he won the Dunboyne solus the highest honor conferred there at the time After his ordination in 1863 he was appointed President of St Marys College Mullingar He subsequently acted for a period of fifteen years as cur ate of Tullamore In 1882 he was given r the pastoral charge of Clara He was appointed VicarGeneral of the Diocese in 1803 and two years later the title of Domestic Prelate to His Holiness was bestowed on him He enjoys the distinction of being the first President of the Maynooth Union At the communion Rev R Kane S J f ascended the pulpit and preached the consecrating sermon The sermon was+ delivered in the very best style and the eminent Jesuit preacher expounded with power and eloquence the main prin ciples embodied in his discourse He set out by giving a brief outline of old Rome pointing out that when that city was at the very highest pinnacle of her material power and in the very fullest blaze of her intellectual success Peter appeared While old Rome persecuted the church the new Roman Emperor patronized her the cross glittered on the capital and Peter sat on Caesars throne He re viewed in a few vigorous sentences the revolt of rationalism against the faith in the sixteenth century Coming to mod em thought of the dawning of the twen tleth century he said there was much in s it that was as threadbare as the wornout themes of ancient days It hypnotized the Catholic heart that was not on its guard On the other hand there was amongst the Catholics especially those of the quickwitted and highsouled Celtic race an intense eagerness to understand + Jhe truths of their religion whilst enjoy ing the lasting advantages of modern science and learning In explicit and attractive language he repeated the meaning of the divine office of Bishop describing the crozier as the symbol of apostolic authority and the ring as the symbol of apostolic love The Bishop stood between God and man The church as represented by the Bishop had a right to claim unquestioning assent iHto her doctrine and unswerving obedience y to her law In matters material the r church repudiated all power yet when matters materialcivil social or political were practically identical with morality the church had jurisdiction not because these matters were material but because BishopsxdivineATo deny the ngbt of the Bishop to rule would be to revive in modern form the I Pagan nation of old Rome to submit the F authority of the Bishop to the State r Wld be to adopt in our days the privi t leif of Henry lVof Germany and of = Hjsttcy VJII of England To fix the jurisdiction the Bishop by tlie opinion of the prtaf or the will of the people 1 l i M 4r 1J would be to attempt again to bring the mission of the Holy Ghost before the bar of Martin Luthers private judgment He drew an inspiring picture of the growth and triumph of the Catholic Church Her triumph in Irelandwas due to the love that dwelt In the hearts of the people After a short and appreciative sketch of the new Bishops priestly virtues and scholarly attainments the reverend preacher in his concluding remarks said It is the dearest wish of your Bishop that the clouds that threw some years ago such a shadow over Meath as in the gloom to let opinions clash with loss of love may as they have now passed never more return but that the hearts of Meath may bow in loving allegiance be neath their Shepherds staff because they know that the hand which wields it wears the Bishops ring The nations that speak the tongue we speak were stretching forth their hands from across the seas and if those hands be strongly clasped they may hold the empire of the earth In that new world wider than our own the influence of the Celtic race must decide how far Catholic truth and love shall triumph and how that Celtic influence shall be used de pends much upon the people and priests ofMeathAt there was a presentation of addresses to his Eminence Cardinal Logue and the Most Rev Dr Gaffney in the lecture hall There was a large and representative attendance The address to ills Eminence from the priests of the diocese read by Rev Mon signor Gaughran offered to his Emi nence a triple tribute of respect homage and gratitude and declared their loyalty affection and attachment to the Holy See Humor was the chief characteristic of his Eminences reply He first related that the rights of the country had never been betrayed by the Primate of Armagh When an English monarch first came to Ireland to civilize them and make Christians of the sons of St Patrick there was an assembly of the Bishops who yield ing to the obedience of what they believed the authority of the Pope submitted to that conquest but added the Cardinal with a quiet gleam of pride in his eye the Primate of Armagh was not there If there were a similar act to be gone through now you would not find the Primate there either The prelate his Eminence had consecrated that day was in every way worthy of his predecessors Any of the other prelates could have consecrated him as well as I observed the Cardinal And I know a number of them think they could consecrate him better more gracefully and make a more khposing appearance than a poor little waif from the mountains of Donegal Having applied the adjective young to Dr Gaffney he afterwards to the great amusement of the audience substituted the words new Bishop Replying to an address from the peo ple of Mullingar his Eminence said the town had been always a center of faith piety and patriotism The persecution of Irish Catholics was not yet at an end The number of Catholics appointed to public offices were even fewer than ripe grapes in a well gleaned vintage He believed an Irishman got justice every where outside his own country The reason alleged for the persecution he had alluded to was that they were all savages and uneducated Referring to a state ment recently made that a Catholic could not be found in Ireland sufficiently edu cated to be made President of Galway Queens College he said that was impos ing on the credulity of the people They were ruled by a few Orangemen In the North of Ireland Whatever they wanted was law and when a law was made that promised relief it was administered in such a way that it did the work of the Orangemen as well Some of the bright est intellects of Ireland and he may say the world were allowed to vegetate to simmer to grow old and die out for want of the opportunity of cultivation al though they paid more than their share of taxes It was all moonshine to tell them that Catholics could avail of Trim ity College The remedy now lay with the people of Ireland There should bean end put to the factions in which the country was broken up I have a theory of my own I think we must goinfairs here in Ireland I think that is the way to meet it The County Councils would put an end to the ostracism of Catholics that had been going on as long as he remembered At the same time he wished they would do full justice to Protestants They wanted no Catholic ascendancy no more than a Protestant as cendancyClose twenty addresses were pre sented to Most Rev Dr Gaffney The principal addresses were from the priests of the diocese the parishoners of Mount nugent Clam Mulllngar St Vincent de Paul Society Westmeath and Meath County Councils the national teachers of the diocese religious societies confra ternities and several district councils All the addresses congratulated his Lord ship on his elevation to the See of Meath and offered him loyal obedience The County Council addresses regretted that clergymen were excluded from member ship of these bodies In the course of his replies and grateful acknowedgments to the various bodies who had presented the addresses Most Rev Dr Gaffney fondly cherished the hope that the differences which had affected the diocese in the past would be forgotten by all in future in the universal desire to equip the diocese with every requisite of intellectual and spiritual life He highly eulogized the people of Clara for their munificent public spirit and encouragedby MullingarTheycou1d should they mar it Men would differ and often honestly differ and in free aui jecta there ought to be tolerance IJe was glad that the people of MulHngar disfranc4isediHeha In Domino confideI trust in the Lord and hedid ttNet in the Lord that peace and unity Hud fraternity would ere1 1 uf GRAND SILVER JUBILEE CEJJ3DR rING rHE memonil flnniveiw of Division NO1ii fl o if MONDAY JULY 17 At RIVERVIEW PARKI- n the Afternoon there will be a Euchre Party from 3 to 5 OClock Music by Scallys Band TICKETS 10 CENTS established on a solid basis among them Ireland had lost her rights in the past by warring elements she was losing them at the present time and any man who would foster dissension was an enemy of his church and his country There was much work to be done for God in that parishand to be wasting their time in faction was a paralysis of their strength Arising out of the addresses from the re ligious sodalities he pointed out that St Paul warned them against dissensions and cautioned them against those who would brook dissensions He was a deadly enemy to foolish charity He did not see the title of a strong man or woman to travel the country and beg bread that another had earned He never knew the bold beggar of the streets or at the church door to be good Chris tians He knew them to be depraved by many licentious habits and he raised his warning voice against such distributions It was the duty of those who had means to employ labor it was the duty of the charitable to assist the indigent seek them in their homes relieve their distress and leave the women in the streets on tramp with her trail of children to feel and understand that it was no part of the economy of nations or of the church to be ministering to such distress Dealing with the County Council addresses he said it was only on felons rebels or traitors that disabilities should be in flicted but the clergy belonged to neither class The priests were penalized in this matter because of the parson because they had organized the people and led them to obtain their rights He referred to the disabilities imposed on the priests not for a desire to enter the County Council chamber but to repel the indig nity of being excluded by statute The first work of the County Councils was to develop the country and restore it to freedom from the hands of the monopo list or miser who would leave it waste rather than utilize it for the public good He expressed the belief that they would help the Ministry in its every effort to educate the people to comfort the deserving poor and to reform the erring with out the degradation of the jail He made grateful allusion to the services of the teachers placing Christian brothers first whose power and efficiency of teach ing had tended to liberalize and denom inatioualize the National system and to make it tolerable Nobody could deny time fidelity and loyalty of the Board teachers to their priests It would be im possible to find an absolute power such as that exercised in the past by the clerical managers of the national schools so little abused to the detriment of the teachers There was no country in the world in which safeguards between managers and teachers were so unnecessary as in Ire land Nevertheless they would be granted and enforced in that diocese un less withdrawn by the hierarchy for wise reasonsThere was a display of fireworks in the evening OVER THE RIVER Rev Father Kenney Goes to Holy Trinity as Assist ant Pastor James Nortney and wife of Decatur Ala returned home this week after a pleasant stay among their many friends hereJohn Higgins will sail for an extended trip through Ireland during the latter part of August Rev Father Kenney recently ordained has been assigned as curate to Father Kelly of Holy Trinity parish Division 1 of the Ancient Order of Hibernians of New Albany met in regu lar session on llast Sunday afternoon when Joseph Burke was initiated The following officers were installed to serve for the ensuing year PresidentDan Walsh VicePresidentJohn Winn Recording SecretaryJohn P Flynn Financial Secretary James O Hara TreasurerJohn McBarron MarshalJames Ifiggin- sSergeantatArmsDaniel Carrack DoorkeeperCharles Kelly- A committee was appointed to report the feasibility of giving a picnic dur ing the month of August- SULLIVANS o RECEPTION John L Sullivan the popular grocer and saloon ist has issued invitations to his friends to attend his opening and re ception Saturday July 22 on Magnolia venue between Sixth and Seventh There will be an abundance of turtle soup chicken fish and all the latest dishes Those who receive invitations are assured a rare treat There will be a band of music in attendance BURKMAN k ANDERSON In another column will be found the card of Messrs Burkman Anderson painters and decorators They are ex perieuced workmen and all jobs entrust ed to them will be dons In thee best Jn ier possible r- io1 = jIo HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOeneral- News Notes The New Albany division is booming Division 2 now has the call for visitors Tom Dolan was sadly missed Tuesday night John Nolan the green bud made a great hit Division 6 meets Tuesday night Visit the young men- The division at Lackawanna reelected all of its old officers Many were the inquiries for John Bar rett Thursday night The next meeting of the County Board occurs Saturday July 22 Mike ODonnell places the true value on Hibernian friendship There are others but none approach President William Meelian Division 1 of Worcester Mass will have a bazar October 12 and 13 Let us hear from the Ladies Auxiliary Many are waiting for their outing For escort duty none can approach James Barry and Mike McGillicuddy President Meehan will look for a crowd at the next meeting of his division How proud the Knights look in their picture They are a finelooking body of menTake your lady friends to Riverview Monday afternoon They may win one of the prizes Tom Camfield was pronounced the most venerable looking old lady that ever entered the town Secretary Tom Kelly worked a fine scheme to dispense with the roll call Wednesday night President Sullivan would like to see all the 11Iemtersof Division 3 present Wednesday evening For heavens Sake what is it exclaimed James Barry when he saw Owen Keiran Thursday night County President Murphys installation oration surpasses the expectations of his most ardent admirers The annual picnic of Division 23 of Scranton was attended by a large crowd and all enjoyed themselves Harry Brady mid Jerry Hallihan said Con Ford wag the fastest timing they ever saw in the new initiation Dont fail to attend the next meeting of Division 1 The surprise of the sea son will be sprung Take the hint Con OLeary and George Flahiff appre ciate the Kentucky Irish American Follow their example and you will get re turnsNone appreciated time fun Thursday night more than James Donohue and William Rawley They got their monevs worthDivision 4 added three good men to its roll when President Hennessy initiated John and Steve McElHott and Martin Leahy StatePresident Martin Cusick will be missed from the jubilee outing at River view Park Monday He is traveling in Mississippi or Texas National Secretary James OSullivan of Philadelphia wants to hear from all State and county officers Prompt re ports save much trouble The Ladles Auxiliary of Buffalo held a public installation officers at their last meeting Rev Jeremiah McGrath de livered a brief but interesting address Hibernians should all unite in celebrating the jubilee of Division 1 Monday at Riverview Park She is the mother division and ought to receive this homage President Keenan made a most favora ble impression at the meeting of Division 4 Wednesday night His reference to Treasurer Brady caused much merriment The officers of Division 8 of Lawrence Mass were installed at the July meeting 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