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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r DR r A MMEDER0 R SURGEON DENTIST 347 V JEFFERSON ST Bet Third and Fourth Olllcc hour from S to II Sunday q tOil VOLUME IIINO 4 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JULY 29 1899 PRICE FIVE CENTS I JOYFUL CROWD Was That at the Celebration of Division 4 Last llioudnyii Evening i The Mort Pleasing Affair Given nt Lion Garden Thus Far This Season Irish Lads and Lasses Present in Numbers from All Over the City I A SOCIAL AND FINANCIAL SUCCESS One of the best picnics ever given in this city was that given by Division 4 oJII I the Ancient Order of Hibernians at Lion f Garden Monday evening That the di 1 vision composed of the Limerick men is most popular is best evidenced by theII fact of the large attendance presentII which embraced many of Louisvilles representative business men and prominent officials as well as members and r officers from the other divisions in this city anlt across the river The crowd began to arrive at an early hour and car after car was unloaded until it seemed that for once all the Hi bernians and their friends had been got ten together for a merry time Iii the park Prof Morbachs hand discoursed patriotic American and Irish airs several of which elicited much applause The medleyof popular Irish airs had a de tided effect upon the old people manyof whom could hardly restrain themselves front taking advantage of the opportunity to once again enjoy an old fashiomied reel or breakdown The dancing hall was taxed to its utmost to accommodate the handsome lads and lasses anxious to trip the light fantastic to the strains of Tom t Scullys orchestra which presented a most animated scene and was witnessed by large numbers of spectators President John Hennessy Harry Brad William Ansbro Joe Lynch and Tom Kelly discarded their coats early in the evening and went to work with a will to see tbfit all were looked after and they were ably assisted by the entire member + ship The Entertainment Committee exerted Itself and to Us efforts ls 7 due much credit for the social and financial success of the affair RMKHAIDS Limerick forever John Conway the wellknown brick manufacturer was continually surround ed by a host of friends and admirers He is of the class of men Hibernians pin their faith to and always with good re sults Whatever he wants they will give him President William Reilly headed the Jeffersonville delegation among whom were Will Shea John Kenney Williamt Garritty Con ONeill John Breen Danr Gleasou Edward Tracy and Mike Gar ritty The Hoosier Hiberniansare plac bag their Louisville brethren under ninny obligationsWhat pretty scene the dancing hall presented rom Langan Joe Lynch and Terence McHugh declared it was fairy landJames Wolfe the popular Eighthstreett grocer was one of the many who helped1 to make the picnic a success lie takes a lively interest in all the undertakings- of the Limerick boys Ask Hennessy iff this is not so- President Hennessy Treasurer Brady John Grogan George Flahiff and To Kelly were generous in their treatmen- of time representative of the Kentucky Irish American They have several coming Col John E Brown of Twelfth and Zane was among the live ones andl wherever he went there was mirth and good cheer also which always drew extra benches to the table he presided over John Barrett anti Tom Keenan were there They acknowledged the hustling r abilities of Division 4 and learned several1i good points to report to their divisions Joe Taylor headed quite a juvenile delegation who were delighted with Idi liberality He was as much interested as were the members of the division County President Murphy and Secretary I John Cavanaugh were the heroes off the bowling alley Will Delaney and Edward Dalton wer late In arriving but they succeeded in filling the places of those who had departed Both met with a hearty recep lion When Capt Joe Breen arrived at the garden there was a rush to get a look a l the man who will lead the Knights t toII Boston Did you notice with what rity they responded to his command I They knew his commissary was all right Rick Quinn came to the front as he always does but one could notice he felt the abseilce of jovial Mike Sweeney andI Capt James Hendricks Capt Mike Lawler was the represents live of the IrshAmr rican Society of J which ninny members were present I t Capt Mike Cassin of the fire department Deputy Sheriff Denny Heffernan s Charles Gorman and Jack OConnor com posed a coterie that had a good timeII They made it a point to entertain n I whom they met and is number war s largeII B Officers John J Qeirneanil Peter iM lcn yhvQ of the most popular men o the force were there for tlie purpose oI rt ploraarvdlpgtde n TberwAeuooecarior w r Y IRIMI fi for their services and they were compelled to join the throng in having a good time Denny Coleman and James Barry ably represented their divisions Some raft not understand their trip out south of Lion Garden Maybe it was4o tneet the incoming car There was a better representation front the other divisions than at any preceding picnic situ the crowd surpassed that of time Fourth of July COUNTY BOARD Important Session Wednes dayIts Policy for the Coming Year Hibernian Hall will Wednesday even- Ing be the scene of the nloit important meeting held this summer by the County Board of the Ancient Order of Hibernians This was to be the meeting night of Division 3 which generously invited the officers and members of the County Board to occupy the hall that evening With the annual election and installa lion in the various divisions occurs a num her of changes in the personnel of the county 1 bOth Following the admission of the new members will come the an nual election of officers and for this and YOUNG BROWN The Announces Willingness to Goebel other reasons every representative should he present I County President John A Murphy IsIt expected to outline the policy to be fol I lowed during the coming year and make recommendations that will if carried out I greatly assist in the member I ship of the order in this city and county The yearly reports of the officers will beII frontltheBesides the foregoing matters of inter est to both members and divisions will 1come before the body for action The County Board as now constituted is one of the most able and representive in the yearfmay be looked for in Hibernian circles RIDERSt Will Give a Silk Banner to the IBody Turning Out the Number IThe Rough Riders have issued invita lions to the various militaryuniform rank and fraternal organizations of this 1city to toke part in their parade on Mon day August 7 preceding the opening of the entertainment and Wild West Shows at Fountain Irerryark Besides the foregoing the parade will consist of the metropolitan police Rough Riders cowboys Indians floats and trades proces lion representing the business houses and all local enterprises Saturdayenight at the home of Capt Joe Breen for the purpose of acting upon the invitation to turn out A handsome banner will be presented the body having the largest of its members in line and the friends of Company A hope tot TheIbill Jerry Hallihau M Riley and Copt Joe Breen THEY WILL TRY AGAIN Messrs Tom Finnegan and Michael Joseph McLane of the Louisville Nashville were sadly disappointed last preventPingfront taking a trip up the river with the Aquinas Union in the interest of astral omy However not to be outdone they thelao consultation on the river bank talktiown Michael Joseph recited one of his original poems entitled Tile Car I DIdnt Seal The ladiesl brought the thatat 11th a untll epo5tp tied kriot n l a- wtYtwilroaWme lt t o4 11 I ri EXCITEMENT Caused in Political Circles by the Candidacy of John Young Brown VIII Be Nominated by the Contention Called to Meet at Lexington Senator Joe Blackburn Made Chairman of tile Cam paign Committee THE SITUATION VERY COMPLICATED The sensation of the past week in po litical circles was the denouncement made by exGov John Young Brown that he would accept the nomination of the con vention of Democrats called to meet at and make the supreme struggle of his life to be elected which JOHN ExGovernor His Run Against increasing Largest silk percentage tours Lexington caused great excitement from one end of the State to the other That this step upon the part of the ex Governor will greatly complicate matters popularIparts the State the only charge ever brought against him being that he was at times somewhat peevish or cross but his integrity and honesty are known and admitted 1by every man in Kentucky There are few if any abler men in the State and the record he made while oc cupying the Executive chair at Frankfort gives him an added prestige There no doubt in the minds of the thinking peo ple of his receiving a large vote Should the Republicans heal their differences the outlook for the success of their ticket is very favorable and from present indica tions they are making every effort to line up that party in solid phalanx During the week the press dispatches contain reports of meetings being held in various parts of the State calling for the nomination of a crew ticket and the withdrawal of Senator Goebel which are given great prominence in the anti Goebel papers On the other hand news comes of large and enthusiastic meetings indorsing the Democratic ticket now in the field with the assurance that there is no disaffection in the ranks of the party and that the meetings of the opposition are absolute fizzles They take a very sanguine view of the situation These reports are all colored to conform with the policy of the papers publishing them A telegram was recived Thursday after noon by Major Callaway from Major Johnston of Lexington late Chairman of time State Committee announcing his willingness to accept the nomination for Lieutenant Governor on the ticket with Jolts Young Brown Many prominent men are mentioned for other places o the ticket among them Harvey Myers June Gayle William Owens Col Breck inridge and C W Metcalfe There was a meeting of the newly1 elected Democratic State Central Committee and a number of candidates at Frankfort Tuesday at which it was de cided to appoint a campaign committee e consisting of two from each Congressional district and three from the State at large ExSenator Joe Blackburn was selected as Chairman and accepted the place The other two members on the committee from the State at large are Hon John D Clardy and exGov James B McCreary The two names from each Congressional1 district were to pe announced ina fetv days following It has been stated that the campaign will be a lively one from opening tbfin drwithiu twdI weeks by Senator Biacfcbtmi and Mru 1 t i- 1fk j- t t w t ytff t Goebel who will make speeches at May- field or some large town in the First dis trio fThe Republican State Central Commit tee held a session at time Louisville Hotel Tuesday afternoon while time Democrats were meeting in Fran fort They named State Treasurer George W Long as Chairman of their campaign committee with James F Bucknijr of this city and Congressman Sam Putt as the other two members from the State at large R L Gwathmey will represent the Fifth Ills trict on the committee All of the Re publican candidates were present Attor ney General Taylor delivered the principal address tactile committee which adjourned after a short but har monious session J The State convention of time Populists met at Frankfort Thursday delegates being present from ol1tthe districts They think this is their op sortunity and feell confident of success The political strea n is muddy and when it will clear ulrno one can tell The Kentucky Irish American will endeavor to furnish its readers with a reliable synopsis of the situation from week to week without dictating what course they should pursue something not done by any other paper in Louisville FATHER BARRONS DEATH Cut Off In tho Prime of Life His FuneralheLargeat in Yours t fDeep regret was caused throughout Ireland by the death of the Rev Michael Barron administrator of St Johns Cathedral Waterford Father Barrou was a native of knockeen County Waterford and was educated at St Johns College TIll first years of his priesthood were spent in Newcastle oa Tyne and West Hartlepool where he labored with unselfish devotion lie re turned after seven years of hard work and was subsequently appointed to 1 slate position In the city he was held in deep regard and beloved for his gener ous disposition and for the zeal with which he attended to his sacred duties Cut off in the prime of life his death has naturally caused a great shock notalone to his parishioners 1but to the whole Catholic community The funeral of tile lend prelate took place from the Cathfdralon Saturday Previous to removing the body to its last resting place office ankdmliiglt mass was offered The clergyjwhb officiated were Rev iatherPitzgeertu cclebrant lall er Galvin deacon Father Norris suh deacon and Fathers Furlong and OCon nell chanters The Right Rev Dr Sheehan Bishop of Waterford presided The cortege was the largest and most iim- posing seen in Waterford for many years After the hearse followed 105 carriages in which were all the leading citizens of Waterford and many members of the Corporation while immediately after the I hearse walked sixtyfour priests Several carriages were filled with wreaths RETURNED OFFICIALS Chief of Detectives William Sullivan returned home Monday from a weeks visit to Chicago where he was the guest hi Capt Colleran who is at time head of the detective bureau of that city Chief Sullivan has rapidly come to the front and today has the respect and confidence of the most prominent police officials in the country He has brought his force to a high standard which accounts for the wide berth given Louisville by the criminal classes Billy Bosler the popular Bailiff of tim City Court also returned Monday from French Lick Springs greatly benefited by the visit While there he distinguished himself as a fire fighter He was the chief actor in the suppression of a confla gration at one of the social functions of the week and the way in which he handled his forces won for him praises that would have made the veteran Major Hughes jealous had it occurred here FOURTH ANNUAL OUTING The fourth annual outing and picnic off I the members of St Patricks congrega tion occurs Monday at Fern Grove and with fair weather will be the largest yet given The boats ole announced tq leave the foot of First street at 830 and 930 in tine morning and at 130 mid 2 oclock im the afternoon Those who wish to spen a really enjoyable day should not fail t go with the crowd Monday The ladies of the congregation promise those who theyrcan eat for twentyfive cents and the committees have provided for amuse ments of various kind fincluding concert twtpavilions will be devoted Returning ronvetn ience of all POSTPONED The moonlight excursion that was to have been given by the Columbia Club last Friday evening Has been postponed to Friday August 18 This action wasI made necessary by the inclement weather but will only add to the interest and numbers who will enjoy the river ride with the Columbians x LIVELY TIME AHEAD At the meeting of the IrishAmerican introIdnced1 which proposes to furnish lots of fun and a lively time Tho iiieaibers who hav not been aittgdlpy Jeuularlf ought to prettnf as limeyyiirheor something ttheir ititefr I I I S ttitfi rjJ J KILLARNEY And the Muckrnss Estate Purchaser lhy A G Peelc for If 18f OOO Lived in LunsliitflmiK1 N Y Was Popular and Highly Respected The Famous Abbey tins Stood the Storms of Five Hun dred Years GOOD FOR ANOTHER CENTURY OR TWO By Killarneys lakes and fells Emerald isles and winding hays Mountain path and woodland dells Memory often fondly strays Bounteous nature loves all lands And beauty wanders everywhere Pootprints leave many strands Nominee Governor State Kentucky But her home is surely there Angels fold their wings and rest In that Eden of West Beautys home Killarney Heavens reflex Killarney At last the Lakes of Killarnev have fallen in the hands of a citizen Amer ica the second home Ireland says n special to New York Journal A G Peck of Cob es Palls N Y has bought Mnckross estates on Lakes of Killarney about which there has been so much talk The price paid was 37000 approximately 185000 in aemanufacturer axes in this country Americans with a love for the Emerald Isle have late shown a decided inclina tion to purchase these lovely and historic lakesFirst iit was Howard Gould He took his bride who was Katherine Clemmons to the winding bays and woodland dells She was entranced and asked for them of her millionaire husband But the sale was not made Then it was Richard Croker who longedffor them purchase however The fever the possession the Lakes of Killarney spread It seized the blood of President James Coogan of the Borough of Manhattan and of John F ofdsyttdio cate concluded that it must have the lakes But lakes that have been sung and land that has been chronicled are not immune from the law supply and demand The price of lakes steadily rose as Irish real estate agents heard that IrishAmeri cans were anxious to have them The first price asked was 130000 The Standard Insurance Company of Scot land held a mortgage 100000 It offered to accept a payment of 30000 and take a second mortgage for the re mainder IDut while the Erin loving Americans were hesitating the price Killarney was not so Mr Peck is considered lucky in getting them for f1 85000 Time Muckross estate magnificent and beautiful It includes the demesne and home faifin comprising about 400 acres of arable land and plantations including Brickeen anti fins islands and the old abbey in grounds overlooking time lower lake There is besides demesne of Lord Brandon on time upper lake with its fine deereplsatationsbe oneo1I4it9fC berria ne lidrtofMaager r 1 t fJ ffi j j r ton and Tore This estate includes also about 20000 acres in all in which are the famous cascades known of OSulli vans and Tore The famous Muckross abbey comprises the well preserved ruins of a monastery founded by Chief McCarthy for the Fran ciscan friars It has braved the storms of T 00 years and except the roof which fell a victim to the Cronmellians it is to all appearances fit to endure the vicissi tudes of another century or two Mr Peck who is reported to have made the purchase formerly conducted two axe factories at Cohoes living with his family at Lansingburg where he was popular He failed a few years ago and was afterward reported living in Europe in fine style He is now residing in Lon dots The axe factory now being con ducted by a son The Peck family is highly respected and troves in the best circles D DIOCESAN CONSULTORS Bishop McCloskoy Makos His Appointments for Throo Years to Come Last Saturday the Right Rev Bishop McCloskey issued official notice that he SENATOR WILLIAM GOEBEL Democratic for of the of the of of the the the of of for of of the of of the the had appointed the Right Rev Monsignor Michael Bouchet of the Cathedral Right Rev Monsignor Thomas Gambon of St Patricks RigTit Rev Monsignor Francis abler of St Martins Very Rev Fathe- Hogarty Rev Father Bradyof St Cecilias and Rev Father OConnor of the Church of the Holy Name as tim Diocesan Consultors for the next three yearsThe foregoing are all distinguished clergymen and their names are a guar antee that matters pertaining to the wel fare of the church in this diocese will receive only such consideration as will contribute to its continued growth and pros perityaFIRST OPEN HOUSE Social Season to Bo Inaug uratod by Division 1 August 8 Division 1 of the Ancient Order o Hibernians intended to inaugurate the social season at its meeting Tuesday evening but postponed time affair to Angus 8 Owing to the picnic of Division 4 the evening before and the jubilee many could not attend After the transaction of routine buss ness and the installation of Secretary Thomas Dolan the members of the Silver Jubilee Committee were tendered a rising vote of thanks for the pleasing and satisfactory manner ill which they performedI the many duties devolving upon them The members showed their appreciation of the services of Treasurer JohnI Mulloy and set an example which mightl be followed with profit by the other lIt visiOlisIAfter several short and interesting talks by visitors and members Messrs JoltsI Mulloy Thomas Dolan Mike Tynan Mark Ryan and David OConnell were appointed a committee that will soon prepare a new degree An invitation was received through John Barrett to visit Division 2 and wit ness its new form of initiation which was accepted This will perhaps lead too joint interest in all amusement matters s during the coming winter Every member of the division should be present at the next meeting to give the visitors a hearty welcome APPROACHED TilE SACRAMENT a A most impressive scene was witnessed at the Dominican church Sunday morn tag wheii the members of the St Vim cent de Paul Society of the city received1 holy communion in a body Rev Father Logan ssermonsvas one of the most el quent and touching ever delivered on a similar occaalpp z iJ j tr t d I t Y4r r LACE CURTAIN LAUNDRY Wo lead and never follow Our work In laundering lace curtains at 20c a palrglres en tire satisfaction Work called for and delivered Firstclass serlce MAD DADEY 625 Sea r and St Telephone 2631 i is on is is FRANKFORT The Capital City Still Suffering From the Effects of the Smallpox Scare Death of Mrs William Gallery a Highly Respected Chris tine Lady n Rumored That a Grand Shake- Up Will Soon Take Place at time Prison PERSONAL AND SOCIETY NEWS NOTES Special KentuckyIrish FRANKFORT Kv July 28Por the past three weeks the beautiful city among the hills has been almost isolated on account of the smallpox scare which has prevailed Everything now indicates that the smallpox if it was smallpox which many doctors contend it was not will shortly lhe completely eradicated from the city and Frankfort the queen city of Kentucky will assume her habitual at tractions for people from all over the country Although not generally known Frankfort boasts of a pleasure and health resort known as Coleman Springs This resort has particular attractions for youth ful couples on moonlight nights and it is not an uncommon occurrence to hear wafted by the gentle breezes that pervade this vicinity on a summer night refrains from Just Break the News to Mother and Good Bye My Lover Good Bye It is also said that even when the beauti ful trees on the surrounding hills are robbed of their verdure and bleak winter has settled over the country the chilly blasts reminding one that it is anywhere from three to thirtythree degrees below zero this historic place does not loose its attractions as many who were in the vicinity on the morning of February 9 last will bear witness Strangers visiting the city should insist upon being shown Coleman Springs lbefore taking leave of Kentuckys capital Col W L Gushing who some time ago secured a position with the Louisville PackingCompany received a transfer card to 1Division 1 Ancient Order of Hibernians of Louisville where he will make his future home Mr Tim Sullivan of Louisville well known in Frankfort where he resided several years ago spent Wednesday last in this city He was kept busy shaking hands with his oldtime friends hSundaycity Jim because so infatuated with the Springs 1 that he had a narrow escape from missing his train Mr Thomas Doyle of Cincinnati was in time city for a few days this week spentrseveral days of last week in this city vis iting relatives Louise ville spent Wednesday in this city com ing here to attend the funeral of Mrs William Gallery 1Col D Joseph McNamara came over from Lexington and spent Sunday with friends and relatives Col Martin OBrien left last Monday for Seymour Ind where he has secured a position and will make his home for the future His many friends in Frank fort and particularly the members of the d Ancient Order of Hibernians regretted to see him go while extending to him their guest wishes for success in his new fieldCol y Charles McDonald of St Paul Mina spent a few days this week visit ing his relatives Mr and Mrs M T Sul avenuefCol McDonald holds a responsible posi tiion in a railroad office in St Paul and is spending his annual vacation in Kentucky and TennesseetLast Tuesday morning Mrs William 9 Callery died at the home of her niece Mrs Mike Doyle on Logan street Mrs Callery was one of the oldest and best known residents of Frankfort having resided here ever since she came to this country many years ago She was a good Christian woman and numbered her prfledpeacefully away just at the break of dawn Her funeral took place from the Church off the Good Shepherd Wednes day morning May her soul rest in peace SundayIfor a ten days trip to Cincinnati where he will spend his vacation It is unofficially rumored that a grand shakeup will take place at the local prison before long when the heads of thenmartyrs will be has not yet been made known hut many are now occupyingtimeranxious bench Senator William Goebel of Covington candidate for Governor spent Tuesday in this city Since his departurethe Populist delegates have been arriving iti large numbers and now hold possession of the town D J M SPECIAL MEETING e theICentral Labor Union s called forMbriday areourged to be present The meeting wilt be callwl to order at 8 oclock u y v1 ir tt- u KENTUCr r tSHAM RICAN KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflN NIIINIIININII1111111111 Devoted to the Moral and Social Advancement of oil Irish Americans VILL4IA1Ar Af HIGGINS PubU her SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINOLE COPY sc r not Crud at the LouisvilleI I Iostoftlcc Dt SecondOla Matter Addiersall Comaianlcnllonstolbe KENTUCKY IRISII AMERICAN 326 Weil Qrten Street T f LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY JULY 29 1899 AS TO ARBITRATION The success of arbitration where accepted and observed in good faith in preventing and settling labor andvit is always suggested and frequent c ly resorted to in settling labor business and national differences In view of the serious outbreaks at tending the streetcar strikes in Cleveland and Brooklyn and miners strikes in several States none o which would have occurred bad the employers agreed to arbitrate the issues with their employes a bill for compulsory arbitration of all labo disputes is urged in New York andi will likely be presented in other States when the Legislatures meet Thus far the discussion is confine- to the press but the attitude of or ganized labor toward it will have much to do with its final disposi tion The fact that organized labor has advocated and contended fo arbitration for over a quarter of a century must not be considered asi proof positive that organized labor will approve a general compulsory arbitration law on the contrary iit will oppose such law and not be in consistent in so doing Organized labor understands the labot ques tion far better than any other class even the employers as is fully demonstrated by the fact that all the beneficial labor laws enacted were favordd by organized labor and the inefficient and injurious laws were opposed by it The workingmen know what they want and frequently can tell the em ployer what is best for him If all questions were arbitrable and the interested parties willing doubtless everything could be set tled by arbitration The essentials to successful arbitration are mutual consent justice to concede the rights of others and honesty to abide the decision Where em ployers and employes will recognize and concede the just rights of each t other they are generally honest enough to accept and faithfully carry out the decision whatever it may be They have only to be as sured that the proposition to arbi trate is sincere and will be fairly conducted and they agree For them no compulsory law is necessary R L The employer who does not even recognize the legal right of his em ploye to have a voice as to hours of ortt anything concerning his employ ment or treatment and conducts 4 his business in defiance of all these and the law as well will certainly MInot fail to evade any restrictions an arbitration board may place upon him So with the workman who disregard the right of employers to property or any authority over their business to fix rules or direct how their work shall be done regulate their affairs protect their plants X and earn a profit neither will he care for arbitration In short there are employers for whom only slaves can work and there are workmen who can not be made to work except by a taskmaster They detest each other and neither would ac cept or obey any decision but his r ownTo force arbitration on them would be a farce and the results would not be such as to exemplify its merits but rather tend to render it odious Arbitration is intended for arid will benefit intelligent and a honest people but law can not n 1 make some people either iptelligent or honest Education of employers as well as employes is needed before general arbitration can enforced nand until then it should not be ill compulsory + ryL- M M k But there are instances where others than the employer and the employe interested are affected in convenienced their business injured and property and lives endangered as in the case of the street car strikes In such cases the greatest sufferers are the public and the public have rights which both em ployers and employes are bound to respect Besides these public utilities are owned and controlled by Statefenjoy privileges immunities and guarantees for which they are tto give the public certain prescribed specialr ly protected from interference and the public should certainly not be havde their lives and property threatened and the peace and safety of the en tire community put in jeopatdy when it could all be prevented iif one or two officials of these charter arbir trate differences with their em ployes Those corporations are entitled to privileges only by consent of the State and while the Stat should protect them in their en joyment the State also owes to it people to compel those corporations to furnish the public the specified services and respect the peace safety and rights of the community The State the grantor of the charter certainly has the right and it is its duty to require the settlement of all matters affecting the corporation by arbitration or in some way that will not deprive the public of the services to which it is entitled disturb the peace interrupt the business and endanger the lives and property of the entire communitySuch law properly drafted as to insure its prompt impartial and faithful enforcement would be acceptable to organized labor the public and the corporationsex- cept of course the employers and employes who insist on having only their own way regardless of the consequences to everybody else but such element would soon be gotten rid of in public services un der such law The mention of exGov John Young Brown fur Governor with the prospect of his nomination by the rival Democrats has attracted unusual attention throughout the State and country Not only is this due to the political contentions or the importance of the campaign but because politics aside Gov Brown is widely known as a clean honorable able fearless man be loved by his friends and popular with the people He is a strong man for the head of any ticket on the stump a match for the best of them and his record is wholly unassailable Whatever may be thought of the propriety of his can didacy it is folly to belittle his strength and influence with the people With regular Republican and Democratic tickets already nomi nated a rival Democratic and the Populist tickets assured to say nothing of tickets and candidates spoken of matters political will be rather warm and the Old Common wealth will get such a shaking tip as she never had which will be thb better for the people We have had altogether so much oneparty and oneman rule and consequent po litical lethargy Din this State that everybody seemed too drowsy and indolent to get A move on them The impending campaign willwake up things and the sleepy fellows will belleft to sleep on May the hustle of the campaign prove epi demic 0 tt J t tr John ONeill editor of the Bridge port Advocate last week suffered the loss of his father and mother I affectionate and loving Christian parents who passed to their eternal hone only one day apart To him and his sisters and brothers we ex tend our heartfelt sympathy That was a noble expression of Archbishop Marlinelli last Sunday I These were his words relative to the death of Robert G Ingersoll I sincerely nope that he is saved Death must come to all of us John T Bashaw of this city was nominated for the office of Attorney General by the Populist State con vention at Frankfort Dr John G Blair of Nicholas I county has been named by the Populists as their candidate for Governor The CourierJournal building re minds one of a beautiful woman with a dirty neck LEXINGTON Simple Simon Trying to Find a Cool Place The Elks FairGossip Special Letter to the Kentucky Irish American LKXINGTON Kv July 28This was a very dull week for news The weather has been so warm that everyone has been trying to fine a cool place Some of the Young Mens Institute boys will go on a tendays outing 01 the Kentucky fiver about one mile and a half below Lock G at the mouth at Clear creek and the boys who wish to visit them will find the latchstring on the outside and they can count on an ex cellent time They will leave on Sunday August 13 and will be made up of the following J J Galvin J J OBrien D SharkeyeMike Murphy Ed Rhorer Robert Furlong Louis Nedder John J Woods Mike MikesMcCaulifTe and several others who have not fully decided logo Mr John J Ruby the popular clerk of the Kaufman Clothing Company was tendered a vote of thanks for his excellent management of the Young Mens Insti tute picnic John always does everything in a handsome manner The Young Ladies Auxiliary were also extended a vote of thanks Barney F Bradley was initiated a member of Barry Council last Tuesday nightMr D J Hickey formerly with Ryans saloon will open a business of his own in the old Clarendon Hotel building early next week He will be pleased to see all his old friends The engagement is announced of Miss Jimmie W Knight of this city and Mr P F Hubbard of Columbus Ind The marriage will be celebrated in September at St Pauls cliurch Miss Knight is the daughter of Mrs Knight of South Limestone and is a lovely young lady whose grace and charm have won her many friends and admirers in this and other cities Her fiance is a rising young business man of Indianapolis Miss Clara Harkins of West Broadway is visiting in Indianapolis Miss Agnes King of Mt Sterling is visiting Miss Margaret Carroll of Spring streetMiss Mary Sullivanlof Richmond is visiting relatives in this city The Elks Pail will begin Tuesday August 8 and continue five days- SIMPIK SIMON ROUSING MEETING Division 4 Will Present Its President Handsome Emblem Nearly every seat in Hibernian Hall was occupied when President Hennessy took the chair to preside over the delib erations of Division 4 Wednesday evening much to the surprise of the officers as many were expected to be absent on account of the amount of work they per formed Monday night The committee having In charge the picnic made a partial report and the announcement of the sum realized was greeted with applause Patrick Gilligan a wellknown railroad man was initiated John ODonnell has the honor of presenting the first applica tion for membership in Jefferson county since the initiation fee has been raised President John Hennessy will be the recipient ofa handsome gold emblem from the division at the next meeting and all members of the order are invited to be present to witness the presentation This division adopted a resolution ac cepting the invitation of President Kee nan to be present at the meeting of Di vision 1 on August 8 and voted to attend in a body The Literary Committee for the ensu ing year will consist of Joe Lynch Dave Reilly and John Grogan They were instructed to procure refreshments and make arrangements for a jolly time for members and visitors on the evening of AugustThis meeting will mark an event in the history of Division 4 Division 4 also acknowledged in a handsome way the valuable services of John Murphy John Hennessy Harry Brady Jerry Hallihan Robert Mitchell George FlahifT John Grogan Tom Lynch Tom Kelly Joe Lynch Tom Langan Mike Walsh Pave Reilly Edward Raf McHughTamat1ahlu1nHartnett Pt Burke Will Murphy ami JoUn SfyaugUneaty U L II- 1 tl + t Miss Emma Pulford will leave for Galena next week Miss Mattie Wehrley left Wednesday to visit friends at Avoca Mr and Mrs William Hopkins spent the week at West Baden Mrs Mary Niland is reported quite ill at her home on Duncan street Misses Fannieand Emily McAteer are visiting friends in Hardinsburg J W ONeill spent the week enjoying a vacation at West Baden Springs Misses Lizzie arid Ella Hayes spent the week with friends In Brandenburg The White Rose Club will give a hay ride to Jacob Park Thursday evening John Burke of Newport was here thisI week a guest of the Louisville Hotel Mrs Dennis Shanahan has gone toI Chicago where she will visit her parents M F Melody was among the Louis villian registered at West Baden this weekMrs M J Kierce of Evansville is visiting her sister Mrs M J Gavin 1230 Eighth street 0Mrs James ONeill and daughter Miss Mary spent last Sunday with friends in Jeffersonville Mr R G Tafel and wife were among those from this city registered at West Baden Springs Miss Nellie Cannons friends were glad to meet her Monday evening at the Hi bernian outing Mrs J B Wathen and Miss Wathen are home after a three weeks visit with friends in Detroit Mrs Marion Ryan has gone to White Sulphur Springs Iud where she will remain for several weeks Miss Mary E Halligau is in St Louis for a two weeks stay where she is the guest of Miss Lillian Rhubb Miss Annie Burns of New York who was the guest of Miss Mollie Collins is visiting relatives ih Springfield uMr Harry Burke who has been seri ously ill of typhoid fever for some weeks is again able to see his friends Mark Ryan has returned from his sum mer vacation and resumed his position in the Circuit Court Clerks office Miss May Cowan one of the brightest young girls of Limerick spent the week as the guest of Miss Hattie Higgins The many friends of Officer Patrick Raidy will regret to learn that he is suf fering from an attack of typhoid fever John Flynn who has been seriously ill at his home on Sixth street for the past four weeks is reported now convalescent Mr Tom Mulligan of Cincinnati was here the early part of the week the guest of his wifes mother Mrs Clark Fifth street t Mrs George Miller of Zane street has returned home alter a pleasant three weeks visit with friends in Nelson county 1 Mrs James Kennedy left last week for Asheville N C where she will remain for some time tup guest of Mrs Nellie Francis Miss Annie McGill who went to New York last Saturday sailed for Europe Thursday She will spend three weeks in Paris Mr Herman Sadler of Jeffersonville has accepted a responsible position in Chicago and willmake that city his future home Misses May Harrigan and Lillian Burke are visiting Mrs Nellie Francis at Asheville N C They will return the latter part of August Mrs Mary Monalian of Bank street whose illness has confined her to her home for the past ten days has almost entirely recovered Misses Annie Kelly and Mary Lynch two handsome young ladies represented the Ladies Auxiliary at the outing of Division 4 Monday night Col John M Casey one of Shelby villes most enterprising merchants was a welcome visitor to the Kentucky Irish American office Wednesday Miss Blanche Carr has been confined to her home on Second street for several days by sickness Her host of friends hope for her speedy recovery James JP Shelley was among this weeks visitors to West Baden Springs He is now representing one of the large I hardware houses of Indianapolis Lieut Steve Wickham has been spend lug ten days at West laden Springs The Journal speaks of the popular officer in a deservedly complimentary manner James Bulger is Mill confined to his streetsHieayearagoi agob ickjuriei J i1 oJ 1 4 1ii of Eighth and St Catherine will regret to learn that he is confined to his home threatenedwith an attack of typhoid fever Mrs Agnes Connor of Madison Ind was here this week visiting the Misses Fitzgerald Grand avenue Parkland She was accompanied by her daughter Miss Agnes Mr II W Reese and wife and Fred and Miss Lena Reese are enjoying a two weeks rest at West Baden Springs Mr Prod Reese will leave there on a business trip through several Western States Edward Daley who has been confined to his home on Nineteenth street for the past ten days is reported much better and his friends hope to see him resume hIs position with the L N before an other week Little Coleman Butler of West Market street is establishing quite a reputation for himself as a vocalist Coleinons ragtime singing is especially good and deserves the hearty encores which he always receives Misses Carrie and Julia Lynch two accomplished young ladies of Jefferson ville spent Monday with friends in this city by whom they were handsomely entertained during the evening at the Hibernian picnic Miss Susie Miller of Zane street re turned Monday from Bardstown where she enjoyed a pleasant visit with friends during the past month Miss Miller is a charming young lady and was the recipient of much social attention Mr and Mrs William Burke have returned from their wedding trip The happy husband is a well known machin ist in the Louisville Nashville shops and his friends have been extending him their congratulations on his winning so handsome a bride Mrs Anna Arts who recently sustained a severe shock and the fracture of her arm as the result of a misstep while de scending the stairs at her home 2011 Portland avenue is reported to be now in a fair way to recovery and lieu friends will be pleased to learn that she expects to be soon able to leave her room For once the critics were mistaken They have prophesied time andagain that Dan Collins of the Carter Dry Goods Company was vowed to perpetual celi bacy but now conies the announcement of his engagement and approaching nup tials to a very wealthy young widow of the West End Verily the sly old fox knows a good thing when he sees it A pretty East End lass is receiving the congratulations of her friends on her en gagement to Mike Reilley of the Hiber nian Knights And well she may for the conquest of Mike Reilleys heart is a feat worthy the charms of any lady fair Meanwhile Mike wears that solemn miss terious air of a gay gallant who has been trapped but submits joyfully to his bondage Miss Josie Sullivan entertained a little gathering of her friends last Tuesday evening Those present were Misses Katie Purcell Ida Shanahan Sallie Spivens Carrie Hennessy and Maggie Sullivan Messrs Thomas Hawkins William Melon John Barry Thomas and William Sullivan Miss Josie Sullivan entertained those present with several delightful piano solos which were heart ily appreciated Frank Walter the popular Claystreet brewer was the recipient of a pleasant surprise by a number of his friends Mon day evening in honor of his fortieth birth dareThey were accompanied by two bands of nil sic and after the serenade all were invited to partake of a suuiptuous spread prepared under time supervision of Mrs J E Walter The occasion was a most enjoyable one and many were the expressions of good will for the con tinued long life of Mr Walter DOMINICAN CHURCH PICNIC St Louis Bertrands Sundayschool will have its outing at Fern Grove Monday August 7 The picnic is given free to the teachers and pupils of the Sundayschool and to all others desiring to go tickets will be sold for twentyfive cents Boats will leave foot of First street at 830 a m and I130 p in Prof Morbachs band will furnish the music for those who wish to trip the light fantastic toe II NEXT FEIS CEOIL The programme of the Feis Ceoil of 1000 which is to take place in Belfast in May has been issued The principal prize 250 is for the best cantata on an Irish subject by an Irish author Fifty dollars is offered for the composition for a full orchestra 50 for the best arrangement of Irish airs for a brass and reed bandand 50 for the best string quartet and 125 for the best anthem or Latin motet with or without organ accompani ment Prizes are also offered for original songs pianoforte harp and organ compositions arrangements of Irish airs etc The last date for receiving compositions will be January 1 1900 The coming Feis will be the fourth and it is very gratifying to sue how securely it has been established in so short a time as a na tionall institution which has knit in harmonious 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these coupons only to be used for ballots 1- t 4- r I ReCord the Candidate on the First Line Division on the Second tifi t i + 1reF A f I NTUCI Y i111LIC r TT1J1J YiATHENI w WICE CREAMM FACTORY l ql+ CRUMmy RND BftKmt 629 EIGHTH ST Vanilla and Lemon per gal65cFruits and Chocolates per galr75cCoffee and Banana per gal 76c Almond and Macaroon per gal 100 and Tnttifrutti r 100 to 125 Bricks and Euchre JlOO Sherbets and Ices 65c Sweet Cream 50cCrea- m delivered to New Albany and Jeffersonville also shipped to all ship ping points PRSHURIUD MilK RND CRfftM A specialty It is the purest and best Telephones 2144 and 2588 BSTSpecial rates to hotels dealers and large orders Walsh the Tailor IIZ3Z FOURTH AYE 1 ExamineComplete Line i SummerSuitings Our 10 Quick Meal iii Speaks for Itselfr A splendid Gas Range with four burners 17x10 inch oven broiler and all the many qualities that baveImade the Quick Meal so popular Every Quick Meal sold is the cause iof other sales as it gives such per fect satisfaction Take no chances purchase our Quick Meal which is time tried proven right and none can be better The gas company generously assists our sales by mak ing free connections giving tickets for three lessons at the Alumnae Club Cooking School and distrib utinga valuable cook book GEHER SONs 214 MOlkBTTNesr Second I RJ NeillsNew Studio 343 W Market St Positively the Finest Work Reduction in prices for thirty days to introduce my Pictures JOHN P KELLY SON DEALERS IN Groceries VegetablesFresh Produce Seventeenth and Bank Streets Specialattention given to familyorders and goods de livered to all parts of the city 0 RIVERVIEW PARK IIs Now Open to the Public A few select dates for picnics etc open Call at office 413 W Jefferson CONCERT EVERY SUNDAY- By PROFMORBACHS 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 all kinds aid 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 aU the city For terms and dates address or call orr- WILLIAM BAUER Lessee and Manager Iz AOH CIGAR Tko Best Five Cut Clusr on r IrfoffAwerlcBH okr Wa tIi I ROEI Brr + Masticarerix IrtSte I HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes We are at work on the history of Di vision 2 which will shortly appear In these columns Michael Cavanaugh who some timeI ago suffered the loss of his eye will soon b able to resume his position Tom Dolan was delighted with the degree work of Division 2 lIe never before saw anything to equal it All the divisions of St Paul voted to turn out to the picnic Saturday That is one of the causes of its success County Treasurer Owen Keiran wasii unable to attend Mondays event How ever he bent eight representatives- The installation of Secretary Tom Dolan Tuesday evening was attended with more eclat than that of any other officer of the divisionAmong the original members of Di vision 1 at the meeting Tuesday evening were William Claire James Rodgers and Tim Lyons The picnic of the St Paul Hibernians at White Bear lake last Saturday was the largest ever held in the history of the organization I Today there are sixtyfour divisions in Suffolk county Mass which Includes the city of Boston It was only six years ago that Division 15 was organized A musical programme followed tbeII i business meeting of the Ladies Auxiliary of Providence last week An amusing feature of the evening was a cake walk Francis J Farrelly the new President of Division 11 of Providence is con sidered one of the most patriotic and conscientious Irishman in Rhode Island Thomas Degnan of Division 4 was given a cordial welcome at the meeting of Division 1 Tuesday evening He was surprised at the number of friends he metA real genuine oldfashioned picnic will be given August 12 by Division 3 of Bridgeport Conn where everything known in the pleasure line will be on hand After the installation of officers last week by Division 12 of Providence speeches were delivered by several prom inent members and the exercises closed with a social time Division 27 is increasing in member ship rapidly and promises to soon become the banner division of Boston lath in numberical strength and quality of Us membership says the Pilot The Young Mens Division meets Tuesday evening There are several matters of vital importance that must be consid ered and President Cunningham and ex President McCarthy urge all to attend Rumor has it that Tom Maloney one of the popular members of Division 4 is- about to cast lisle the sable garb pf mourning which he this so long worn to try once more marital felicity The young lady is to be congratulated upon her selection of a partner The next meeting of Division 2 will be an interesting one John Barrett Will Median and Owen Keiran are now re hearsing and promise the members a sensation A cordial invitation is ex tended the other divisions to be present The insurance feature is very popular with the members of the Ladies Aux iliary throughout the West In Minnesota its progress has surprised the most hope ful The assessment is lightonly twen tyfive cents upon the death of a member John Barrett of Division 2 was among the visitors Tuesday evening His remin iscences of the past twentyfive years were of a most pleasing as well as inter esting character at the close of which he paid a nice compliment to the officers and members of the mother division There was a very good attendance at the meeting of Division 1 Tuesday night The Jubilee Committee reported the Riverview celebration a social and finan cial success and quite a handsome sum will be realized Those still holding tickets are urged to make returns imme diatelyDivision 2 entertained a number of vis itors Thursday evening President Mee han John Barrett and Owen Keiran are excellent hosts Before the closing exer cises the officers and members joined in singing God Save Ireland This may become a popular feature in the future The Minnesota State Board of Directors of the Ladies Auxiliary has offered a prize to the lady who brings into her division the greatest number of insured members during the quarter ending Sep tember 30 The prize is n beautiful gold pin and one will be given each division iii the State Division 4 of St Paul embraces in its membership many of the brightest young men in that city They gave a nice inter tainment last week and the Irish Standardsays it is a treat to attend one of their meetings Our Young Mens Division should embrace all the leading young men of thjs city Why that faraway look on the usually happy countenance of Col Joe Taylor during the past two weeks Can it he that the gallant Joe is repining for some absent one Many of his downtown friends connect his crestfallen air with the departure of a certain young lady for the Northern summer resorts The Ladies Auxiliary of the Ancient Order of Hibernians has proved a decided success wherever it has been organized Its aims are to elevate morally and so cially the people of the Irish race as well as to promote the interests of the Ancient Order of Hibernians There are a great many ladies in this city whose naives ought to be on the membership roll The Young Mena Division ought to have the largest membership of any in the city and ybuld if tine members would only put their shoulder to the wheel and eacuperfonn their part The wlSler sea son wilt soon be here sad thoae who wWi to participate iKtb ockl funstioo t- j id to tJ t J of Division G should send in their appli cations at once The ydung men expect to make this season an exceedingly gay oneThe most important event in Hiber nian circles at Duluth Minn this month was the joint installation of officers of Divisions 1 and 41 The order was re ported as fast Increasing in membership After the ceremony had been performed the installing officer addressed the new officers with words of advice and encouragement impressing upon them theII responsibility the duties to which they had been elected and asked each one toI work with a zeal for the good of the order The annual outing of the society will take place early next month a com mittee having been appointed to make all arrangements and select a suitable place for holding the same These outings are always pleasant events with the Hiberniansami their friends RETURNS TO IRELAND I Miss McMahon Saw No Man In America That She Would Agree to Marry J j Miss Alice McMahon who says that she will be one hundred and five years old on her next birthday in September sailed Saturday on the Umbria for Ire landwhere is her old home She was accompanied by Miss Julia McMahon a relative of Gen Thomas McMahon says the New York Journal Many of the friends of Miss McMahon and Miss Julia visited the steamer and filled their stateroom in the second cabin with flowers and presents which so delighted the centenarian that she moved about like a young girl When asked by one of her friends how she managed to keep her health and live to such an old age she repliedIt is because I have been temperate in all thins I expect to live many years longer What I think has done more for me than anything else is my religion I have tried to be a good Catholic This has kept my conscience clear I have never been unhappy You were never married auntie Some oue must have told you that It is the truth though Perhaps if I had stayed in Ireland I would have been a wife and dead long ago but I never saw the man since I left Notre that I would give the snap of my finger for A single life has been a happy one for me and that is more than many married friends can say about their lives How do you fix your age auntie- I was born the same day as Canon McMahon and his birth in the church record is in 1794 I remember playing with him when a child and my mother often said that we ought to be happy to gether because we were born at the same time He died fifteen years ago at the age of ninety Miss McMahon is portly yet strong and hearty In repose she looks very old but when talking bye face brightens up and she looks much younger than she is She has been living for several years at No 793 Second avenue and has always been able to go up and down two flights of stairs to the street and walk several blocks without aid She does not recall ever having a doctor to attend her and never has taken any drugs When she has been depressed a little good whisky has always put her right On Wednesday night she gave a fare well reception to her old friends and joined in a lively reel You have danced long enough Auntie said Daniel Warren Ill not be the first to sit down re sponded she with a saucy toss of her sil very head Miss McMahon was born in Laragh County Monaghan and left home seven tyfive years ago She was raised on a farm tier first place in this country was on the estate of Gen J McBride Hamp tonburg N Y where she hind charge of the dairy and 140 cows A few years later site became the housekeeper at Livingston Manor She saved her money and in 1855 went into the dressmaking business at which she accumulated a snug fortuneShe has a brother Patrick in Laragh whose youngest son Patrick is a member of the Legislature in Montana She hopes to end her days in the little village where she was bor- nRECENT DEATHS Mrs Caroline Carroll one of the oldest residents of the West End passed away last Sunday afternoon at her residence 2439 Bank street The deceased lady was the widow of the late John Carroll and was in her eightyfifth year The funeral occurred Tuesday morning from St Cecilias church George Uoeller a wellknown resident of the East End died last Sunday after noon at the residenceof his son in law Dennis Sullivan His funeral took place Tuesday morning from St Johns church the remains being accompanied to their last resting place by a large number of sorrowing friends Much sorrow was caused by the death of Mrs Mary Flynn wife of Morris Flynn which sad event occurred Monday nlgbtat the family residence 2302 Tyler aveuue The deceased was a most estimable lady and the bereaved husband has the sympathy of a host of friends The funeral took place from St Cecilias church Wednes day morning and the interment was in St Louis cemetery The announcement of the death of Mrs Laura Lawson early Monday morning caused deep regret in the community in which she lived The deceasedjwas the wife of Joseph Lawson residing on the Taylor boulevard and was only nineteen years old Her funeral took place from Holy Name church Tuesday morning and was attended by many sorrowing friends and relatives Communications should r ach this office not later thaw Thursday to insure publi caikm lnth ecolttWna 1 h rii 4 If t IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The Dalkey regatta occurs next Satur day Immense crowds attended the regatta at New Ross t The recent dog show in Belfast was one of the most successful yet held Several Irish records were lowered at the late Ballymena cycling sports William Mooney an aged and respected merchant died at his residence at Abbey leix on July 11 Katie Cousins principal of the Dysart school died July 8 at the home of her mother in Oineath For Thursday July 27 athletic and cycling sports were announced at Strd bane Ballinasloe and Listowel and also the Clontarf regatta The Dublin Board of Guardians has prohibited the grouping and photograph ing of pauper children as they would be a disagreeable reminder in after years ofI their surroundings during childhood Letters from London to our Irish ex changes predict the passage of the agri cultural and industries bill and the Dublin boundries bill as the opponents of these popular measures have utterly failed to make out a case At the Ardee Petty Sessions Owen and John Corbally were brought up on remand from Dundalk jail and charged with the murder of Thomas Byrne near Ardee on the night of June 28 The court was thronged Daniel Ennis formerly a Constable in Belfast was seen climbing on top of the Ormeau bridge using wild expressions about being tired of life lie was turned over to Constable Murphy who promised to communicate with the unfortunate mans brother The Limerick Borough Council has adopted the system of triennialelections and the Local Government Board has sanctioned the arrangement Quite a goodly number of borough and urban councils have now decided in favor of triennial elections Lori Roberts who distributed the Crimean banquet fund prizes to the boys of the Hibernian school said he was greatly pleased with the years work He gave the boys some sound advice and had to congratulate the prize winners on a record competition The final tie in the hurling match for the Croke Cup was played at Thurles when Limerick defeated Kilkenny There was a very large crowd present and ids Grace the Archbishop of Cashel the donor of the cup was an interested spec tator throughout the proceedings- The Kerry County Council case against the railway amalgamation bill came be fore the Hybrid Committee of the House of Commons July 12 Mr Blennerhassett in opening the case for the County Coun cil said the opposition from Kerry and Limerick was thorough and complete At the last meeting of the Rathdown Board of Guardians S Byrne of Bray was elected Master of the Loughliustown workhouse Sister Josephine was elected matron and Sisters Vincent and Louise were selected as trained nursea They are of the Order of Charity of St Vincent de PaulAt examination before the Dublin Institute of Public Health nineteen candidates presented themselves The fol lowing is a list of the successful candi dates in the order of merit John Rey nolds Henry Hall Michael Keena Michael Murphy Pat OLoughlin Mary Lucas and John Furlong The sad news of the death of Fred Han nahan of Clonmel caused a painful shock Full of good nature courtesy ability and charged with inexhaustible energy he was the life and soul of the Kilshoelau coursing meeting and a model Secretary His tragic end has saddened ninny a heart in Tipperary- It is stated in a Limerick newspaper that a new and interesting development of the labor campaign is contemplated by the leaders of that movement The de tails are almost complete and the plan of campaign will probably be unfolded at a great deiiomstration to be heM in Kil mattock toward the end of the present monthAt recent Limerick Summer Assizes Justice Murphy was presented with a pair of white gloves by High Sheriff Thomas Cleeve and his Lordship expressed his gratification at the peaceful state of the city Justice Madden also congratulated the county grand jurors on the absence of crime in the county the cases before him not indicating serious opposition to lawMany congratulations to Mr Hubert Dolphin of Loughrea on his recent mar riage to Miss De Blacqulere of Gort says a sporting writer The bridegroom is a familiar sportsman of the good old Western type while his bride has been a dashing follower of the Galway Blazers and the Mayo Harriers The happy pair are spending their honeymoon in the HighlandsThe League has just received from T J Sullivan M Pasum of J100 dividend from the bequest of the late Patrick Mullin who left nearly 5000 for the preservation of the Irish language oral and written Mr Sullivan whb is trustee of the fund has been informed by the lawyers who acted for him in th American courts that there is a likelihood of something further being recovered for the fund The opening services in connection with the beautiful new church in dough jordan concluded Wednesday and took the edifying form of athree weeks mis sion by the Rev Fathers Moynahan Murray and Clurikt0f the Redemptoiist order The succeed of the mission was marked from every point of view The attendance was exceedinglyl large every day and a spirit ofjdWpi devotion and solemnity pervaded eiwuyjjpogfejjation- X report 1 hued as PuriUwentary y 1- 1x Mr irit t I IV erI paper stated that according to the latest published statistics the estimated num ber of cattle in Ireland in the year 1898 was 4480242 being an increase of 21iC9 I as compared with the number for the year 97 No outbreak of any contagious I cattle disease mentioned in the diseases of animals acts occurred during 98 in the Irish herds The country has happily been free from contagious pleuropneu uionia for over six years no outbreak having taken place since September 1892 At the Athloue Borough Court some thirty or forty members of the Third Battalion Connaught Rangers known as the Boyle militia were cuuiutoned for drunkenness and riotous behavior on their arrival in town after being disband ed In accordance with the scale of gravity in the offences fines and costs were im posed At a special Court of Petty Ses sions more serious offences were dealt with and many members of the same regiment are at present in Tullamore jail for different periods for assaults et- on the same occasion At the meeting of the Enniskillen Rural District Council Viscount Corry presiding the vacancy in the Castlecoole division was filled by cooption This vacancy was caused by the unseatingon June 8 of Thomas Curran through a peti tion brought by the lIon Cecil Corry who was the first of the defeated candidates in April and was only beaten then by five Votes J M Geddis proposed and Andrew T Elliott seconded that Cecil Corry be coopted This was passed unanimously and Corry then signed the declaration and took his seat at the council At the halfyearly general meeting of the Wolfe Tone and 98 Memorial Association held in the Council chamber Dublin the following resolution was unanimously adopted That the Wolfe Tone and 98 Memorial Association at this its halfyearly meeting desires to ask for serious consideration of the pro ject to inaugurate a Parnell memorial fund at the present time as being likely to jeopardize the success of the Wolfe Tone memorial fund and while disavow ing any antagonism to that or any other such project respectfully requests the meeting of citizens summoned by the Lord Mayor for the 27th inst to consider whether a postponement of the project be not advisable A meeting of the executive of the United Irish League was held in Clare morris on Monday Conor OKelly in the chair A resolution was adoptedsaying that they were glad to observe that Lord Sligo and E T ODonel of Newport had accepted the proposal that the land lords confer with the representatives of the people with a view to the sale of their estates to the Congested Districts Board and requesting the Claremorris and Ball inrobe District Councils to open negotia tion with the landlords in South Mayo with a view to getting them to follow the example of Lord Dillon Lord Sligo Lord Lucan and E Thomas ODonel A resolution of sympathy was passed with Mc Garry in the loss Occasioned him by the death of bis mother At the meeting of the Fermoy Rural District Council P OMahony presiding a resolution was adopted that four pro vincial conventions be held in Ireland on a day to be hereafter selected that each of these conventions consist of the Chairman of each Rural District Council of each Urban District Council and of each County Council in Ireland and that three members of each of the three coun cils in addition to the Chairman be selected to represent the people in the respective districts and counties from which they come that at each provin cial convention so constituted the dele gates discuss the best means of obtaining unity and that the Chairman and the three other selected members of each provincial convention form a united con vention of the Irish race at home and abroadThe Belfast Orangemen do not seem to be gifted with even an elementary sense of humor says a correspondent of the Dublin Independent Either that or they are afflicted with a sudden attack of com mon sense Their demonstration July 12 if it had any meaning at all was meant as a defiant display against Belfast Catholics in particular and Irish Catho lies in general What the Catholics have ever done to merit this annual outburst nobody seems to be aware The Orange men themselves appear to have forgotten what the business is all about The true blue Orangeman ought to be a man who would give no quarter to a Papist But what do we find him doing July l2of all days in the yearl He actually favors the education of Orangemen and Catho Tics in the same schools I lie does not like a Catholic university at all lIe prey fers the Papists company to his room He practically admits that a Catholic lad is good enough company for his own boy It is quite clear after this that no extra policemen will be required in Bel fast on July 12 a few years hence SACRED HEART OUTING The outing and picnic Thursday for the benefit of the Church of the Sacred Heart was a most enjoyable one the park being throngedafternoon and night The cane contest was decided in favor of Alderman Patterson Mrs Thomas Tarpy was the winner of the diamond ring Rev Father Walsh has a fine corps of workers in Messrs Thomas Claire Joseph Byrnes Walter Hensley James Toner and Marcus Doerhoefer The ladies were not Megedames Curran Claire Tarpy and Misses Lizzie Nolan Julia McDonough Ella Dolan and their pretty assistants con tributing much to its success EXCURSION TO INDIANAPOLIS TheuBlg Four Route announces a special excursion to Indianapolis andre turn on Sunday July SQtb at the extreme low rate of 150 for the round trip Special train leaves Seventhstreet Union Depot at 8 oclock a in Returning tram leaves Union Depot Indianapolis at 7 oclock pm Tickets on sale at- City Ticket Office i No 218 fourth nave tefand at Union Depot corner Seventh awl river c t y r jrTHE w KENTUCKY IRISHLm AMERICANWill upon its Third Volume The promises made to its readers and friends in the first issueihave been faithfully observed and its circu lation has enjoyed a steady growth This should be increased in the future until it is read in the home of every IrishAmerican in M Kentucky and adjoining States The Ken tucky Irish American for the coming year willmake features of Irish News Church News I t + Society News fc r Home News i Labor News Sporting News It is a FirstClass Weekly Journal which is printedand mailed on Fridays so that its city readers may take advantage of the announcements it contains and be directed where to make their Saturday purchases This will result in great benefit to our advertisers who shouldremember the fact that it has the Official Indorsement of the CENTRAL LABOR UNION And the Representatives of the Trades Unions of Louisville x X eX me subscription Price IS ONLY 1 PER YEAR Invariably 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 publication one that maybe d relied upon for its every word SUBSCRIBE NOW n z z X X Advertisers Will serve their interests best by sending in their copy as early in the week as possible They will find that advertisements placed in i this paper will be productive of the best results as it now has a very large circulation r among the best class of our citizens y X D Address all Correspondence and Business Communi cations to tIle KENTUCKY iRISH AMERICAN a f J cJx av J tY 1 i I r t NTUCKY IRISH A1MERICAN CRI WILL NOW UNITE r The Central Labor Union Fol lows President Samuel Gompers Advice 5 Extends the Olive Branch and Invites Alt Unions to Come Back Yk Everything In Readiness For tho Labor Day Oiitliitr v nt r Fern trove v A ADDRESSED BY HON GEO H THOBE t t Notwithstanding the warm day the ball game and the other outdoor attraction there was a good attendance at the meeting of the Central Labor Union at Becks Hall Sunday afternoon when President James McGill called the dele gates to order ofJdelegates have not been attending the meetings Their unions will be notified and requested to select men who will be present regularly The credentials of George Rautenbush Jacob Wise and August Kammerer representing I the Journeymen Barbers Union and Charles McPherson and I thIe Limestone Cutters and Setters Union were received and the delegates admitted tC eats A communication was read from P J I McGuire First Vice President of the American Federation of Labor indorsing the course pursued by the Central Labor 1 Union toward those unions that have re cently withdrawn for the purpose of forming a dual central labor holy President Gompers letter published last week was read and the Secretary instructed to write him for a copy of his decision on the appeal of the United Trades and Labor Assembly which he inadvertently omitted to forward Many hope this will unite the two bodies The course of Gen Merriam toward the miners of Idaho was condemned Messrs James Martin Joseph Heheman and R IL Caldwell being appointed to draw up r resolutions expressing the sentiments of the delegates and they reported the fol lowingResolved That it is the sense of the Central Labor Union of Louisville Ky that the recent proclamation to the miners of Shoshone county Idaho given out by order of the Governor of the State and indorsed by Gen II C Merriam U S A is a blow against the civil rights of the laboring classes of that State and an unpardonable affront to the workingmen of the whore country in that it denies their right to join a labor organization and compels the mine owners to employ none but nonunion men under pain of having mines closed he it further Resolved That the Central Labor Union condemns in the strongest terms the action of Gen Mwrriam in confiscat ing the records of the Miners Union in Shoshone county Idaho as worthy only of a Russian Czar and as being inimical to the ideal of any libertyloving people Resolved That we further condemn the action of Gen Merriam in holding as prisoners of war 400 men in the Standard Oil stockade Four of these men have already died from the effects of the un sanitaryconditionsA was received from the Clothing Cutters and Trimmess Union protesting against the placing of the order for the uniforms for the letter carriers of this city with a nonunion house A communication was also received from the Harry Weissinger Tobacco Com pany announcing that the product of their factory was strictly union made and that the company was not iti the trust The Labor Day Committee reported all but minor details arranged for the Labor day excursion to Fern Grove Already enough tickets have been disposed of to insure its success and everything points to the most enjoyable Labor day celebration kt in the history of the city The t committee have under consideration the t names of several prominent men one or more of whom willbe invited to deliver orations on that occasion Zeno M Young of the Typographical Union was elected Corresponding Secre tary and Joseph Scheffler and George Rauteubusch were appointed on the Board of Directors I Mr McGill made a speech in favor of extending the olive branch to the members of the seceding unions He said the Central Labor Union had never made a p fight against any of the seceders and he never was in favor of using force He awaited the action of President Goners s determined to stand by his decision no matter what it was Now that President r Gompers has decided for the Central Labor Union he was in favor and would whoIleft by kindness and moral suasion President McGill offered a motion that the Secretary be instructed to write the andLa of the case and asking them in view of President Gompers decision to again w join forces with the Central Labor Union The motion was carried unanimously The President also made a statement relative to the condition of labor affairs Ir in the State He had just returned from I an organization trip and had been ra wprking on the foundation ofaState Federatbn ol Labor During his trip be ylsiled Newport CQving ton Lexington Owensboro and several other towns He left again this week for Paducah land the western part of the State He promised that if the Central Labor Union would indorse his action in trying to form M State 3ederatiori Ji4 y3MiIdjjbeablei to Jpmp1ele the work within a month Cii motion bis efforts werelndore d t ti k I + i r f eRyray N 4 i t WQQ Q QQ zi zizi Z zii7 9 C INDORSED BY THE CENTRAL LABOR UNII0 ALSO BY THE BUILDING TRADES COUNCIL 0 0 That the Kentucky Irish American is steadily growing in favor with itsrcac1crsII and usefulness to the public is evidenced by the action of the Central Labor Union 0 and the Building Trades Council in giving it their indorsement which is the more Q- tta 4welcome and appreciated because unsolicited and unexpected The publisher is O- lJI 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 adopted by the delegates of both bodies The preamble and resolutions adopted by a followsQh recently appeared in the press of this city relative to the Central Labor Union and organizations represented therein and a Whereas The Kentucky Irish American has always been a consistent and 0 Q unbiased champion of the trades union movement therefore be it J Resolved That the Central Labor Union indorse said Kentucky Irish American as the official newspaper of this bodyQResolved That the proceedings of this organization and all affiliated unions beQocommunicated to the public through the columns of the aforesaid paper v g 2 t2L JZ t2 t9f I The following resolutions which ex plain themselves were unanimously adopted Whereas Information has come to this body that the advertising agent of the New Era a socalled labor paper which was kicked out of the Central Lalx r Union for advocating and trying to dis rupt the central body has been soliciting advertisements from our business men claiming that the money realized was for tile benefit of the Central Labor Union belt Resolved That we denounce in un measured terms the contemptible action of the New Era for using the name of this body which is the only recognized central body in the city of Louisville be it further Resolved That the information that the New Era does not represent this body and hiss no right to use its name in the solicitation of funds for any purpose be imparted to the business men of our city and published in the Kentucky Irish American which carries our Indorse ment and the daily papers GOING ON STRIKE Nowsboys Promiso to Mako Things Lively for Certain- Newspapers The newsboys of Louisville are determined not to he behind their fellows in the metropolitan cities Encouraged by the success of the boys in Cincinnati Lexington and other places they have for several days past been engaged in perfecting an organization and formulat lug demands to be presented to the local publishers They were to meet at the Newsboys Home last night to take final actionThe principal grievance of the little fellows is that the CourierJournal and Times will not allow them to return unsold copies They claim that often sudden changes in the weather after the papers are put and other unexpected hap penings cause them to be stuck thus depriving them of the profits sometimes on the sales of a week If their demands are not grantel they promise to make things lively on Newspaper Row Said one little fellow Say Mr Higgins say in youre paper were the boys what sells the papers We have the sympathy of the public and aint going to lose our young lives sellin papers for nothin Come and see our parade Saturday night Youd take em back wouldnt you WOOD CARVERS UNION Monday night at Becks Hall the wood carvers of this city New Albany and Jef fersonville completed the organization of the union of their trade The new body was chartered by the International Wood- Carvers Association and starts upon its career in most favorable circumstances The officers elected are competent and reliable men and from them George H Thobe the General Organizer of the as sociation through whose instrumentality the new union was perfectedexpects good results Organizer Thobe has been very success ful during the past three months having succeeded in organizing fifteen unions of his fellowworkmen during that tinie and he says the Louisville body should take front rank in the labor movement in cityTuesday unionsinbothcessful worker being one of the most seenbytin of the wood carvers Js fair through out the entire country all the men being employed lie predicts that time wood leadlugl The union will send delegates to the Central Labor Union BUILDING TRADES COUNCIL The members of the Building Trades I Council met at Reebs Hall on Fifth street Thursday night and elected the GeorgeRoser SecretaryWAllen Treasurer H Paul Sergeanlat JDounellyGorman and E Van Meter A committee composed pf G Roser EVanpdltlfedtothemembersarrangewli evcryconract sayijagi thit fnpthing Jjiit union labor shall be Employ edi It was also decided to furnish every union than iinidentifyingi l yiltfnfinofthebecbaiigedimnthlytoavoid + a f k jjjjjjjjj CENTRAL LABOR UNION OFFICERS PresidentJames McGill Vice PresidentJ W Stevens Corresponding Secretary Zeno M Young oIO Second street HennessyFinancial Treasurer William A Pool Sergeant at ArmsNelson Green Chairman Board of Directors Waller M Young r LABOR WORLD Notes and Gossip of the Week From All Ports of the Country Gov Pingree is expected to deliver the Labor day oration at Peoria III The carpenters of Jersey City and Ho boken have secured the eighthour day Eugene V Debs will address a mon ster mass meeting at St Louis Septem ber 9 Journeymen plasterers are scarce in Chicago and are receiving 41 a day of eight hours In France three bicycles of American make are now sold to one of English manufacture Chicago machinists are hot over the removalof the headquarters from that city to Washington Twenty cities so far in the present year longlistThe annual convention of the Indiana Federation of Lalor will meet at Elwood on Tuesday September 26 Bricklayers at Jersey City under their recent agreement now work eight hours at fortyfive cents per hour Delegate William Snow says the pavers and rammers are all employedwith work enough to keep them going till the fallThe twentyfirst initial conference of the New Jersey Pederation of Trade and Labor Unions will meet at Orange on August 21 The Hatters Union has appointed a committee having for its purpose the unionizingof all nonunion hat factories in the country The Colorado State Federation of Labor by a vote of sixtyeight to thir teen declined to ally that body with the Socialist Labor party Winnipeg Man is the latest city in the Northwest to form a Building Trades Council all branches of the industry being fully represented Typographical Union No 10 meets August 0 when measures to bring the union label more prominently before the public will be acted upon The Journeymen Barbers Union is making rapid progress adding new mem bers at each meeting The fivecent shops will soon be a thing of the past The Granite Cutters National Union has decided to remove the headquarters of the organization from Baltimore to Boston The change will be made in August No settlement has yet been reached in the great strike of cigarmakers at Key West Over 4000 men are involved in the controversy The men are not or ganizedIt claimed that all cigars now mann faqtured in the factories at Nashville Tenn bear the union label in other words that there is not a nonunion plant in the city Since November 15 1898 through the efforts organized labor in enforcing the State factory laws early 1000 children have been taken out of the factories of Wisconsin Time Iron Molders Union will have its annual outing at Fern Grove next month and those who accompany President Rec tenwald and his men will certainly have a good time The pattern makers strike for the shorter work day in New York is terminating satisfactorily to the men the greater portion of whom are now working under the new rule The Iron Molders1 Internationa Union at its recent general convention at Indianapolis voted down the proposition to establish a home for disabled and superannuated members A cotton mill lyceum movement has been inaugurated at Columbus Ga The object is to encourage a higher educa tional standard among the operatives bf time Southern cotton mills Time finest tabor temple In time world is in Paris France It was built in 1892 andcost the city 40Q000 IIghf5 twP trade and organizations have meeting places and officea under Its roof tor hcba lljfjax uoAtlnall reatitlt I it paid R iW Mt I orfJ y I f IJ 11 The Municipal Council appropriates 10 000 annually for its maintenance and the civilauthorities agree it has done much good in promoting the well being of the working classes All the cooperative glass plants of the United States have closed down Until the wage scale is signed for the next fireand the time set for resuming no glassware will be made in these establishments The Building Trades Council and Cen tral Trades and Labor Union of St Louis have agreed to donate the entire profits of the Labor day celebration to the families of the imprisoned miners at Wardner IdahoA fiveclay law for union compositors and members of the International Typo graphical Union will in all probability be one of the live propositions that will he considered at the coming convention at DetroitTwo hundred and fifty charters have been issued by time American Federation of Labor thus far this year and the out look for time next few mouths is still more encouraging Last year 205 charters were issued The average daily loss in circulation of the Chicago Record for the past five months during which it has been a non union shop was 96222 This will be doubled if union men everywhere only do their duty The letter of Secretary Young to the unions that have withdrawn from the Central Labor Union was dignified and courteous Those who have the interests of labor really at heart will favor complying with his request The Swiss Government is attempting to reduce to a minimum the dangers to health in factories where the use of lead is necessary by strict supervision and by the observance of instructions to work men as drawn upby the Government for their guidance Joe Heheman is enthusiastic over the situation of the carpenters Every union carpenter in this city is at present em ployed and additions are made to the union roll at each meeting The carpen ters are awakening from the lethargy that has hung over them The retail clerks in Washington and other large Eastern cities are meeting with great success in their demands for shorter hours Meetings are being held where business men and employers are invited to speak in favor of unitedaction in the early closing movement The Chattanooga Enquirer says that time outlook for organized labor has not been so good in that city for years Old unions are becoming more closely affiliat ed and new ones are forming Small differences are disappearing and a closing up of the ranks is indicative of good resultsVictor Lawson of the Chicago News and Record is resorting to all manner cf subterfuges to sustain the circulation of his rat papers but without avail His agents are being chased out of town after town Have nothing to do with his papers till they carry the Allied Printing Trades label The San Francisco Labor Council him drafted n circular letter warning Italian workingmen against emigrating to time Hawaiian Islands owing to the slave con ditions of labor existing in that territory The letter will be forwarded to the King of Italy the Pope the radical statesmen the press and labor organizations of that countrySuit recently filed by time Allied Print ing Trades Council of St Paul to restrain H C Whittlesey and John E Dempsey from using the union label was decided by Judge Otis in favor of the council The court decided that as the defendants did not employ members of time various unions affiliateiUwith the council they were not entitled to use the label Arrangements are being made for the foundation of a large colony on the co operative plan oil the shores of Lake Erie near Toledo Time scheme embraces the building of a large commercial town where all the profits arising from trade are to be equally divided among the producers somewhat after the method carried on for many years at Tell City IndianaPresldeulJamesMcGIIl returned Satur day from his trip through the State and reports that much progress has been made toward time formation of the State Fede ration of Labor A convention will be called to meet at Frankfort some time this fall when the State Federation will be organized and officers elected This will enable time working people to bring united pressure to bear upon the Legisla ture relative to needed labor legislation this winter Alreadythe unions of this city Lexington Piducah Hendersoni pwensbprptCoyfr itpuand Newport have agreed to wjiid J1 lldata which assures the succew of iw undertaking Thir tate FfcUrari dU yield great ybwrv I if if hy 1 a f L GUSGADEN- SPIIREr I mI CREAMI M PHONE 018 415417 SECOND ST East Side Ice Cream Parlor Attached Absolutely PURE ICE CREAM at 1 a gallon This is as low as Pure Ice Cream can be made for this reason gallon unadulterated ice cream for less than 1 a gallon All Flavors Special Rates to Picnics Etc- H L BURKMAN S A ANDERSON BDRKMAN ANDERSON PAINTERS1435 West Market St Interior Decorating Hardwood Finish ing Graining and Glazing HERE YOU ARE FOR REAGANSPRESTON P c SALOONN I AND MARKET ODORLESS VAULT CLEANING JOIT1V IiAIZAT YTelephones 10071820 DRY WELL maaiNd Orders by mall will receive prompt attention uu BROWN LEGHORNS Average 200 eggs a year Eggs for hatching 5 cents each Two Cockerels for sale chea- pCHAS De JACQUES f 2422 St Xavier M D LawlerFIRST CLASS Grocery and Saloon N W Cor Nineteenth and Duncan Fine Lunch and Music Saturday Nigh- tLAWLi1RCOONLW MLA LERS A12CJIA SUPERIOR co rmijmjT r CIGARlt1a- nufaltured at Eighteenth and Duncan Stree- tsCALLAHANC Js MAKER OP FIN Boots and Shoes 1708 Seventh Street Work Guaranteed and Repairing Neatly Done HOTEL RIITHELIEU CAFE AND RESTAURANT MJ SWEENY PROP 221 THIRD AVE Private Dining Rooms Open Day and Night Best of Wines and Cigars TKrjTCfUONTO QOS BIG FOUR ROUTE T- OIudia116po1is Peoria CHICAGOAND INDIANA and MICHIGAN BEST TERMINALS UNION DEPOT Corner Seventh St and River CITY TICKET OFFICE No 218 Fourth Ave S J QAOMSeS General Agent Louisville Ky E G McCORMICK Pass Traf Mgr WARREN J LYNCH AG P A CINCINNATI O CHICKENS FROM IRELAND George Harnettof this city this week received from Ireland a fine pair of game chickens ofii the frizzly variety one of the most noted in that country They were the gift of hisuncle George Barnett and came from the Devils Bitt Coutty Tipperary The rooster stands three feet and the hen two and onehalf feet high DESERVED PROMOTION Tim OLeary a well known insurance solicitor and popular Hibernian forsome time past with theWestern and Southern Cife Insurance Company has been pro Superintendent like to see him ascend to the presidency GRAND OUTOFTOWN EXCURSION To time Indiana Gas Belt on Sunday August 0th viaIJDlg Pour Route Special train leaves Louisville Seventh street Union Depot at 0 oclock a in Returning train will arrive in Louisville at 1140 piii Extremely low round- trip rates as follows Rushville 1 Knightstown 100 Anderson U25 Muncie 125 Alexaiiderla 125 Marion 160 Take advautagejif time low rates and spend a Sunday with friends Itm i time Gas Belt See 1lbI1l8J particulars Get ticketiitCltFrick tJOffiwt o1r218 YorttiV did atjpbtj f 4 1 i r y Jr iI rrrriiJcBRRX PRINTING The Kentucky Irish American is prepared to E do the best of Job Printing such as LETTER HEADS NOTE HEADS BILL HEADS CARDS ENVELOPES TICKETS DODGERS All work executed promptly in firstclass style Give Us Your Order and Help Us Crow = cccc c == u 1 KENTUCKY EI IRISH AMERICAN H 326 WEST GREEN ST FRflNK FEHR BREWING 60 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