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We lead and never follow. Our work In laundering face curtains at 20c a pair gives entire satisfaction. Work called for and delivered. First-clas- s serlce. MAD. DADEY, 625 Second St. Telephone 2631. VOLUME Hi. NO. 5. PRICE FIVE CENTS. DUBLIN West Baden Springs, feeling like a two- visions have been made for erecting a have we ever indited a word or line inyear-old- . managers roof garden wheneve the ON tended to hurt or cut any one. We will George Latitz, former President of think that Louisville would well patronever find pleasure in the Kentucky Irish Mackin Council, left for Montgomery, ize such an institution.1; "The building is American, ahd will be charmed by the Ala., last Friday, to organize n council of so constructed that roof garden, roof letters of our talented and lovely sucelevators and all could be put in Unionist Peers Spoil the Plan the Young Men's Institute. cessor. Nationalists Favor Completing Arriving For stage, on two weeks' notice. eoplo Already The Shan Van Vocht Reports William Johnson, who has been sick place Rev. Fathers Major, of Frankfort, and Wole Tone's lie fore Underto Enlarge That Clty'H The Kvent of the Year at for the past few weeks, is able to be a Meeting Hold to Discover Most of the old attaches will be conYork, of Louisville, assisted Rev. Father taking Another. Boundaries. about. Lexington. nected with the new house. Horace Fitzgerald with the Forty Hours' devoHer Identity. II. A. Link, Outside Sentinel, has re will look to the financial end of tions, which closed Tuesday morning. igned his position. His resignation was the concern; Charles HerUmnii will at Father Major preached a beautiful aud accepted, and he was given a rising vote tend to the advertising; George I,ippold They Control Allalrs in eloquent sermon at night. the Sul- - f thanks by the council for the faithful That Gavan Duiry And Introduces Her Successor Miss Annie Keating, of your city, is Opens Tuesday With a Varied will officiate in the box. office and, Prof. urhs, Owning a Great Deal Arbitrate Irish Disputes Programme for Balance of performance of his duties. Brother Link Morbach will lead the Orchestra. to the Headers of This visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter has left the city on business, to be goue Fell Through. of Land. the Week. Keating. Journal. for some time. GREAT TIMES AHEAD, Miss Josie Hartnett, a most charming Mack Raidy, Corresponding Secretary young lady of Louisville, is spending a for Mackin Council, took in u cheap exDaniel few weeks with her aunt, Mrs. Townships cursion to Cincinnati last week, but William O'Brien's Organization Also AVlslies For a Return of O'Sullivan. The Shan Van observed a The Blucfjrass Capital Made Hibernians Will. Be Enter- - Bill Sought to Annex Will Control Minister and for Government and Taxamissed the train on the return trip. Not Lively hy Delegates to the tained by Divisions the Days When There Was young gentleman from the city the other knowing any one in that strange land, Lei nster. Purposes. tion Convention. evening making rapid steps to the West-En1 Jollity and Fun. and 4. Mr. Raidy was aompelled to sit in the Wonder who he was and what his Grand Central depot all night to catch a object? morning train. An officer, noticing his Next week will be a J lively and inter Miss Maggie Murphy returned home UNITED IRISH LEAGUE PROSPERS SIMPLE SIMON'S BUDGET OF GOSSIP. esting one in Hibernian circles, as the ORIES WOULD HAYE LOST OFFICE forlorn state, took him to a restaurant HAS THE LAUGH ON THE COLONEL Saturday after a week's visit to friends and procured him a breakfast, and the three divisions which meet will endeavor and relatives here. Charity Organization gave him n ticket to to surpass each other in entertaining the Mr. John T. Fitzgibbon, head salesLouisville. members and visitors. man of Engle's, returned recently after Every new Nationalist movement in A cable dispatch to the New York Kentucky Irish In response to the communication of begin Tuesday evening at Special fetter to the Kentucky Irish his vacation and visit to old friends in Special Letter to the The fun will World of Sunday says the city of Dublin Charles Raidy and Bernard Flynii, the Ireland now appears to produce a fresh American. American.! meeting of Division 1. The surprise is frantic with indignition J the city. LKXINGTON, Aug. 4. The Elks' Fair, the over the emas challenge them to n pool tour schism, and the proposal to erect a monu Shki.byviu.k, Kw, Aug. 4. Not even Miss Landers, ot Louisville, is spend which opens Tuesday and continues five that was announced for the last meeting culation by the House of Lords committee two Jacks nament, time to be set by Raidy and ment to Parnell is no exception to the ruffled ing the week with Katie Cook. until Tuesday, when memIee's elixir could smooth the of a bill promoted by the Dublin corporadays, promises to be a great success. was postponed ly mi, at Mackin Club House Hall, all rule, says the Dublin correspondent of feathers of the birds that gathered in the Madam Rumor has it that we are very Large crowds are expected, and already bers of Division 4 will visit in a body. tion in Parliament to enable it to extend members of the Young Men's Institute to the World. A meeting with that object Sentinel's sanctum, ostensibly to condole soon to nave an elegant weuutug, a some have begun to arrive. The follow The full new County Board are also ex its boundaries by taking in a number of be invited. If Messrs. Flynn and Raidy was held under the Presidency of the ue present, as wen ns memuers townships which have grown up around see fit to accept this challenge, they are Lord Mayor of Dublin this week, and with the disturbed editor, but in reality prominent farmer and a young lady from ing is a partial list of the events on the pected to from all other divisions. its borders. to device ways and means to make public the West End being the interested par- programme: requested to make it known through the letteis approving the project were read President Keenan and Messrs. Tynan, These townships, which are practically columns of this paper. The losers are from Dillon and Justin McCarthy, while First Day Five .show rings for mules, the identity of the writer of the spirited ties. We have often wondered and conreand Ryan have, assured our a part of Dublin, are mainly residential, to set u spread for all invited. olin Redmond attended and spoke in its eight rings for cattle, with several rings Mulloy and occasionally sensational letters peri- jured our brains what little we have will be amply prepared favor. But the extreme section, who are and in all except one the Torien have odically appearing from this place in the why we don't have weddings galore. I for stallions, harness and saddle horses. porter that they all who attend. Through the supposed in sympathy with Redmond, control of the governing bodies. They columns of the Kentucky Irish Ameri- am sure we nave as pretty anu accom In addition there will be several exciting to entertain SPECIAL MEETING, Count v Board an invitation is extended gain all the advantages of proximity to leveloped strong hostility on the ground can. The sympathy of the assembled plished young ladies, and I dare say more trotting races. to be present. that until the movement for raising a victims of the incisive pert of the Shan pretty ones than any town in Kentucky, the city, of which 90 per cent, of their Second Day Cattle, saddle and har to all Hibernians Wednesday evening Division 4 will (?) is very ness Horse, roadster ana oiner snow residents use the roads and enjoy the Now Departure Contemplated monument to Wolfe Tone of 1798 fame is Vau Vocht was, as a mere formality and and yet and deceptive preliminary, conspicuous all around. Why is it. or rings. There will be two trotting races nresent its hustling President. John Hen public facilities; but because the Dublin successfully carried through, Parnell a as a blinding by Enthusiastic Young nessy, with a handsome; gold emblem of corporation has a Nationalist majority should get no memorial. offered to the drooping plant so lately what is the matter? and one running race. order, when it is expected all those I frequently wish for the good old days Redmond argued that there was Hibernians. transplanted because John Young Brown the townships fiercely resist any inclusion Third Day Besides numerous show the will be present nothing inimical iu the two projects, but boldly refuses to play in Goebel's back 'we Irish" ueed to have here, with hops, rings the programme for this day will who possibly can do so' within the city boundaries. has also issued invitations he could not allay the opposition, and The bill passed through the House of yard and indignantly and unpatriotically picnics and parties. I remember one hop embrace the most spirited trotting and This division n particular that I attended, and had tlie running races of the week. This is cal to all Hibernians to partake of their hos Commons, where it was bitterly fought the motion iu favor of a Parnell monufails to water the geranium so that in all A special meetiug of the Young Men's say ment was only carried after a hot debate for twenty days, though the corporation, beauty aud freshness it may deck nnd Colonel for my "gallant." He took spe culated to prove the banner day, when pitality. The Literary Committee cial pride in the getting up of this one, 30,000 people are expected to be present. they will surpass the entertainment fur to disarm the townships, conceded them Division of the Ancient Order of Htber aud a division which showed its opponKenadorn the Cabinet of the King from nished by Division 1 , and the Limerick a preferential tax rating aud offered them niaus is announced for this Saturday ents to be a very considerable minority. We ton. Will Kaltenbacher, than whom no and called it the The programme offered is a fine one. have a reputation for entertaining. a far larger representation in the proposed night at Hibernian Hall, when n number had a splendid time, which is putting it So dissension spreads and flourishes braver Democrat ever came down the Fourth Day The programme for tins boys of important matters will come up for Thursday evening Division 2 will intro new "wee day is also an excellent one, including pike, presided, we are informed, with mildly, and all came home in the governing body of greater Dublin consideration, among them a plan for nmotig the Irish Nationalists. This week a proposal has been made that Sir Charles dignity sufficient to make red wine turn sma hours." Our present Representative good show rings and trotting and run duce its new degree under the supervis , than they were proportionately entitled ucreasing the membership. ion of John Barrett, President Will Mee-ban- to. In the House of Lords the bill was Duffy, the octogenarian patriot, blue. For some moments Will twisted to Frankfort could tell you a long, yes, a nine races. The Young Men's is par excellence the Gavan Keiran, Thomas Camfield and Owen and twitched the seven fair hairs that he very long story (as all his stories are referred to a committee, presided over by social division of the city, its social func should be given u free hand to arbitrate The fifth day's programme will be as will devoutly imagines adorn his upper lip. usually that way) about this very same varied and interesting as its predecessors From what our reporter learned this the Duke of Northumberland, with four tions during the winter season not being between the different Irish Parliamentary exercise with the local one. 1 was speaking anout tins occasion Besides the show and speed rings there be an event worth more than the price of other Peers, all except one of whom are factions, and invitations were sent by This is a favorite excelled by any society iu Louisville, is editor of Goebel's paper, and when he is a few days ago to some friends and of the will be a floral hall display, as well as all the initiation fee. This rather an early Unionists. The ground landlords of two Iu addition to its social features there are friends of his to Dillon, Redmond aud observed to be engaged in this mentally many pleasant and affable boys and girls kinds of fowls. Among the other feat start in the entertainment and amuse of the principal townships which it is many benefits which should attract the Tim Healy, asking them to meet and exhausting occupation the knowing ones that were so jovial and jolly together m ures will be M'lle Christine, the famous me nt line, but the Hibernians propose to proposed to include in Dublin had to be young of this city, who confer about the scheme. Dillon replied say that the town is soon to suffer. Joe those good old titties. Many of them North Carolina twin, the Midway, the nave an earty siari ami untue mis a reu Peers the Earl of Pembroke aud Lord are invited to make application before that since his retirement from the Chair driving horses Powderface letter'year in the history of the order. Ardilaun while some other Peers also there is a further increase in the initia he could not represent any one hut him Crane has been engaged for some time in have since passed away. God be merci world-famebrilliancy of his intellect- fill to them. Pleasant memories of those and Cupid, the five Guilden Wonders, self,, and expressed the belief that the pouring out the own land In the other townships in ques tion fee. - FATHER-WATHEW.- tion. ual forces in compounding new. tonics, and other davs often come to your hum famous driving and bucking elks and In conversation with President Cuti Irish people were bringing about unity wonder why the known only to the initiated in the tonso- - ble servant, and I The case made out for the bill was uiugham it was learned that Messrs. Law iu their own way. This is understood to other amusements. be an allusion to the spread of William overwhelming, but after fifteen days' rence Mackey, Martin Mullen, rial ait, to bring to perfection the fuzz on younger set now can't have those same The large number of prominent and John Curthe lio of the Chairman of the above good times together. . I have said as influential Kentuckians who attended Fiftieth Anniversary of . His consideration the Duke of Northumber ran. Robert Milligan and John Kilker O'Brien's United Irish League, which is much to the Colonel, but he says there the conference of Visit to the United-StatesDemocrats mentioned meeting. land, without giving any reasou, an have started out to add several hundred establishing branches ;iow in Munster Unfortunately our age and our sex ex. is too much "style" now, and Irish is uot was a surprise to the followers of the nounced that the committee could only names to the membership roll, and they and Leinster, and it is said it practically eluded us from the hall and from a par considered the proper thing, or in other Kenton county man. The influx of vispass the bill on condition that the town request all the members to be present at lias the whole of Conuaught under its ticipation in the wise deliberations of the words not fashionable. He, you know, itors gave Lexington a lively appearance, sway. ships be excluded, ihe other powers tonight's meeting. Preparations have been completed for sought in the bill are unimportant. Redmond wrote offering to meet the Brown was well So assembled sufferers. For this reason we is thoroughly Irish, and most everything The speech of Any information wanted relative to annual con the decision is equivalent to a rejection regret, for the sake of our readers and connected with him must be so. He received and is still the talk of the town holding the twenty-nint- h this or any other division or the method representatives of the other factions and admirers as well as for future history, prides himself on his Irish tongue, but The Y. M. I. boys have changed their vention of the Catholic Total Abstinence of the bill, after the corporation had spent of making application will be cheerfully consider Duffy's offer. Healey, it is that we can only say that resolutions we have the laugh on him just now. It place of camping. It will be five miles Union of America, which will convene in $200,000 promoting it. furnished upon application at the office uc'rstood, made u similar offer, but there will be no conference, and if there were enthusiastically passed declaring happened thus: Not many moons back below Tyrone, where any of their friends Chicago next Wednesday. It is confi Private bills are supposed to be dealt of the Kentucky Irish American. deutly expected that the approaching with by the committees purely on their was it would be useless, as a union to be that no means nor expense should be he was introduced to a priest from your will be welcome. enduring must now come from the peo spared to find out whether the Shan Van citv. and as the good father's name John Goodwin, of Louisville,- - is here convention will prove one of the largest merits, and the vast majority of them BOARD, COUNTY was not a man or a resident ot J.ouisvme. seemed to be Irish, the Colonel addressed looking after the Mergenthaler machines and most interesting assemblages of the are; but m litis case tue unionist reers ple nnd not the leaders. This done, it seems that Garret Lee pro him in that language. The priest looked on the Leader and Herald. He is very advocates of total abstinence ever held in had a chance of obliging their Irish col posed adjournment, but the presiding at him in blank amazement aud guessing much taken with Lexington and says it the United States. The union now num leagues while dealing a blow at an Irish STILL AT OUTS, Officers Named For Coming officer, again gently toying with his incip- at what he heard said, "Pretty well, is one of the most cities he ha.s bers 80,000 members and is perhaps the Nationalist corporation, and they could Year Will Now Crow ient mustache, and fully cognizant of the thank you." He afterwards met a friend ever visited. He is already captivated by largest fraternal organization in America not resist the temptation. under the auspices of the Catholic Irish Leadership Question Steadily. dignity and responsibility of his position, aud asked hint what sort of a fellow that the beauty of the Bluegrass belles. of The bill comes back to the House refused to notice the motion. All in all, man Casey was. "He's all right." "No Capt. Punch and daughter, Miss Gus church. Commons on Tuesday for an agreement Remains Unsetted RedOne of the principal features of the wih the Lords' amendments, and the we are of the unalterable opinion that but is he an Irishman or a Dutchman? sie. are visiting trienas anu relatives in mond Coming. The meeting of the Couuty Board of the editor of the Sentinel should spare a "Why, an Irishman, to be sure; but why this citv. It has been three years since convention will be the celebration of the Nationalist party are endeavoring to get Ancient Order of Hibernians Wednesday well, I met him this fiftieth anniversary of the arrival in the it restored to its former shape; but if they few moments from his political occupa- do you ask?" "Well, the Captain removed from Lexington. evening was an enthusiastic aud liar tions and endeavor to have this meeting morning and he began talking Dutch to The London correspondent of the New Miss Katie Grahoju, of Cincinnati, is United States of the great Irish apostle of succeed it will certainly be thrown out by uionious one. After receiving the quar York dramatized. Should he feel his inability me." I can assure the good father he visiting the Misses Caden on the Bryant total abstinence. Father Mathew. Father the Lords. Journal says he is assured there is terly reports, which showed the order to no truth in the statement Mathew reached New York City fifty to perform the work we pledge him our was simply mistaken, but he did not Station pike. Bitter resentment is felt throughout that the negobe in a flourishing condition and the tiations now proceeding undivided assistance, which will be a quite "catch on" to Casey's melodious are about to end John Stephanskt and bride returned on years ago, and was met down the bay by Ireland at this scandalous abuse of its board guarantee of complete success. Consid brogue. Hereafter he vows he will keep Tuesday from their wedding trip, and are a committee of the most prominent citi- powers by tlie House ot Lords, and tne transaction of routine business, the successfully for the selection of a new zens. He was formally received by Mayor only hope of the Dublin corporation now adjourned sine die. ering that they came together to discover his Gaelic to himself, unless it be a few at the Hotel Reed. Simpi.f. Simon, Irish leader and a general political reconCounty President John A. Murphy then ciliation of the various Irish Woodhull and the Common Council. For is in the support of the Gladstonian the whereabouts of the Shan van and words to Kaltenbacher. factions. Shan Van Vocht, two weeks lie held levees In the City party in the House of Commons, thougl called for the names of those who were who she is, we propose for the new play John Dillon's policy is to leave the ELEGANT THEATER, board for the ensuing Hall and was the guest of honor at a short time ago the corporation refused to constitute the the immortal words of Puck: "What leadership question open until the next year, nearly all of whom were present, general election. He will numerous public and private functions YOUNG HEARTS UNITED Fools These Mortals Be." then try to to give a site for a Gladstone memorial of business was the elec smash every Healyite The first order The "Colonel" reasonably hoped for an and Redmonite The New Buckingham Will Be After leaving New York Father Mathew tion of officers, which resulted in the candidate. visited the principal cities in the United invitation, in recognition of his remarkBlake and Davitt both apMACKIN COUNCIL, a Veritable Amusement unanimous choice of Thomas Keenan for prove of this course. In States, in each of which he was enter able patience and acknowledged success Popular Lady and Gentleman the meantime Owen Keiran for Treas Palace! tained in the most lavish manner by-in teaching Gaelic to the Chairman of the all the faction leaders are busily engaged Surprise Their Hosts of urer, and Tom Kelly for Secretary. citizens of all shades of religious opinion gathering. Alls! his hopes were doomed in libelling one another. F.veu the atIts Excursion to Sugar Grove Friends. After the installation of the new offi tempt to start a national fund In Washington he was admitted to a seat to disppointment. Failing in his secretly- for the The Whalleti Brothers announce the in both houses of Congress, an honor Will Visit New Albany cers President Murphv delivered his an purpose of raising n monument to planned efforts for admission, he pleasParnell Sunday matinee, August 20, as the open never accorded up to that time to any nual address, in which he made several iu Dublin set them all by the Monday. antly speiit the time in graphically nar Mr. Albert J. Arts, one of the best ear?. valuable suggestions, and urged this Buckingham Thea- foreigner save Gen. Lafayette, and was rating again to an intensely interested known and most popular young men in ing date of their new Redmond, fearing the Government will which has been the guest at a banquet tendered to him board to try and surpass the good work suddenly dissolve Parliament, young lady his wonderful experiences on the West End, and Miss Julia E. Heinz ter. This proposes All arrangements for Mackin Couu done by its predecessors. his recent trip to Mammoth Cave and the man, the handsome aud accomplished under course of construction for the past and fifty others by the President of the to make anothsr tour, of the United States cil's outing on Tuesday, August 22, have blood-curdliThe officers were instructed to commu to realize funds for the party war escapes he had in the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Heinz six months, will throw open its doors on United States. He remained iu this chest. theater-goer- s country for two years and a half and been completed. The Columbia and Sun nicate to Right Rev. Monsignor Gambon He is hopeful that in view of the apfamous Corkscrew. man, of TweUtli and Delaware, were this date, and Louisville shine have been engaged to leave Port the. gratitude of the members for the com As this young lady in future will con united in matrimony Tuesday evening at will be able to boast of a veritable amuse, although he had come here broken in proaching Presidential nominations, the II tinue the work of the Shan Van Vocht St. Charles' church, Rev. Father Raffo nient palace, uuequaled by any vaude- health and for the purpose of recreation land wharf at 8:30 a. m. and p. m., New pliments recently paid the Ancient Order American politicians will feel constrained Albany wharf at a. ni. aud 3:45 p. m of Hibernians by the distinguished pre ville house in America, and approached and rest, during that period he traveled whose age nnd infirmities, coupled with performing the ceremony. to give money to the national cause. As this is the first picnic Mackin Council ingratitude and disappointment, oblige The foregoing announcement will prove by very few others in point of construe over 37,000 miles while visiting twenty has given at Sugar Grove for about five late. ex safety. After five States and pledged more than SOO, FATHER VAN HAS RESIGNED. Presidents Hennessy and Keenan her to real her weary body and give an agreeable surprise to the many friends tion. elegance, comfort and years, they expect a large crowd from tended invitations to the County Board to her troubled spirit, it is of the contracting parties, who preferred the loss of their pretty theater by fire, 000 peroons. needed ease Portland ami New Albany. The com and the different divisions to meet with The Rev. G. A. Vanbroosteuberghe, for well that I here introduce her to her a quiet wedding because of the illness February 2, these energetic business men mittee in charge has arranged to make them this week, which were accepted the last six years rector of St. Charles' JESUIT MISSIONARIES. future audience, Her face is like a beau of near relatives. The attendants were did not sit down to "cry over spilt milk e basket picnic. If you n this an enterprise at Iu the near future the divisions will be church, near St. Mary's Station, in Matlful flower and her expression guileless Miss Katie Heinzman, sister of the bride but with their Last week the Provincial of the Mis don't desire to burden yourself with once started in to raise the Buckingham furnished cuts to be used in the funeral rion comity, has resigned his charge, and that of a nun. Her name she may-- and Mr. Emil Zeller. js Phoenix-like- , will take a well earned vacation. Father from the flames, prettier, 60uri province visited Chicago, stopping basket, the committee has arranged to notices of the members of the order. reveal in her first production. She inno After the ceremony' the happy coup! "have all sorts of refreshments on hand An hour was spent in the discussion of Van will sail Augusta 9 on the steamer cently asked the Colrjiel if Mr. Kallen returned to the home of the parents of bigger, finer than ever, and how well at the Sacred Heart church, West Nine street, where he met Fathers Pat which they will dispose of at reasonable matters of interest to the order, aud short Westernland for his old home in Bruges", bacher was not the Shan Vau, and raani the bride, where thev will reside for the they have succeeded can be told by a teenth new rick J. Mulcoury and J.J. Donoher, whom prices. Tickets have been placed but interesting talks were made by Law Belgium, where he has two sisters living. fested deep regret to hear that he con present. Many who read this will join single glance at the interior of their cents, with children under rence Mackey, Pat Sullivan, Will Mee He will also visit his brother in Brussels, he appointed to give missions next year, twenty-fiv- e shaving the above mentioned in wisnlng tueui a nappy journey tlirougr theater. templated han, Tom Keenan, George J. Butler, where the latter holds a Government Great credit is due Mr. D, X. Murphy Father Mulconry is Superior, and appli ten years of age free. mustache. Equally ingenious was her lite. Mackin Council received an invitation lohn Hennessy, Harry Brady, Tom office. Father Van expects to take a the architect, who has supervised the cations for mission's may be made to him as to the truth of the rumor that query SUNDAY-SCHOOEXCURSION. construction; Ed. Van Meter, the fore personally. He thinks the coming year from one of the New Albany councils to Lynch, Frank Cunningham and th gcol, long vacation on account of his Dennis Ryan and Roger bneedy aoan man of the big force of workmen, and will be a great one for missions, being attend their meeting on Monday night representative of the Kentucky Irish health, which is seriously impaired. His doned the trip in the new rig in order to The annual daylight excursion given William D. Rhea, whodesigued thedeco the vear of the uuiversal jubilee. Father which has been accepted. congregation gave him up very unwillAmerican. make it more interesting by going tandem to the members and teachers of the Sun n Stephen Gathof, a member rations and whose brush is responsible for Mulconry and companion have given The new board will soon get to work ingly, his cheerful readiness to serve She is one whom we certainly recom by the Church of St. Louis missions in the largest mend, having on this occasion the pleas- Bertrand will lake place next Monday at as artistic a set of house scenery as any most Successful and other cities for the of Mackin Council, has been reported and already gives promise of doing much them at all times aud his unfailing good sick. His man1 friends wish him country can boast of. The churches of this to greatly popularize and strengthen th humor and geniality endearing bjm alike ure of her acquaintance. We have no Fern Grove. There will be two boats theater in the past four years. speedy recovery. to young arid old. He was never so happy order, interior will be sumptuously furnished in confiding jnto her hesitation whatever morning and one in the after elegantly upholstered and draped, and in one in the Bernard Dawson, a comedian of Macki as when in the midst of his altar boys, beautifully delicate hands the work which noon. These outings are always enjoy CATHOLIC KNIGHTS' MEETINQ. Council, made quite a hit at Fountain THE P0RTIUNCULA. who all feel they will lose a good friend. fact, nothing will be overlooked that will we feel that we have but half performed able, as the best order prevails and every tend to add to the comfort and enjoy Pnttipr Vnn has Iippii wnrtrfiw, ... Branch 24 of the Calholic Knights of Ferry Park the other1 night. We found many hours of pleasure in re one is determined to enjoy himself and I.ast'tueauayand Wednesday me A. G. Weber, former Treasurer-- of Uiocese for nearly twentyfivfc authentic happenings of pur to help others do the same. No intoxi inent of the Buckingham patrons. This America nieeta tomorrow" afternoon at porting the was celebrated at St. Mary Mag, yeanJ aml 0 account of his health has o'clock at its hall. Sixth and S(. Cather- Mackin, is iu Syracuse, representing, the tiuncula beautiful city, and we feel that many cants are allowed on the boats or grounds, building is as absolutely the Rev. Dennis Murphy determined to take a long rest. Hia. suc- ine'streeta- .- Thia branch ,ha ben very hrm of James ueefclu & CO., ot mucin- dalen's church, will regret that in future our days will be but sandwiches, coffee, lemonade, ice. modern builders' art can- mtike He has the bV wiahea of his many pastor. Thiafeajit began at 'noon Tuea- - cesser is the Kev. James Pike, of Davieas are ten separate exits, which can successful since , moviM into ita new occupied with other than pen work. In cream aud cake will be for sale. As this there day atid coitin4d till sunset Wednesday, county. , empfy a packed houae in Teas than t lira quarters. A. lull attendance requested friehda in. hit, uew undertaking. waking our bow we declare that our given to the Sunday-schoSileiit coutetnot ia rmtiorulhlp fnr- mem Graat crowd Irow alt parts of the city ' aged heart ia heavy, -- but happy arc we excursiou is and teachers fro frea. but to minute. buaineet James T. Shelley, a by the freatdent the mMuhtri mjiny anuublackened eye. I (MirmlBl - m DH VUU11 lor bar of MaCMa Council,. h qAm-nefrom j yiajkted the church during these hours, UHMUalAia flH k. ttrm " In MHtt gnuai IW'A m "1' T.rr V uwtat m If" .1 . " i liTT itart !..- tit rlT f il Tmr nl SHELBYVILLE. ELKS' FAIR. CHECK MEMORIALS. d. 1 single-blessedne- w "Clan-na-Gaels- ." Irish-America- d anti-Goeb- 4 ex-Go- 3 3 I .541 'A I Vice-Preside- 1 play-hous- e, 8:-.- r well-know- old-tim- L well-know- day-scho- ol fire-pro- rviHe It,-an- . ol well-kuow- n -- ili fiiT Tf T icj&snDTJOKiY ion can force a little reason and justice into a certain class of employers all labor troubles will be Oevoted to tlto Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans. amicable settled by arbitration. But not till then. irish American. How KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. VIIIIAM ivt. Ik HIGGINS, PubUsher. s SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. Hntored S1NQLE COPY, Matter. 5c the parties in the pending campaign lady and a cousin of Martin Leahy, the n young railroader. The wedding will occur sometime in December. well-know- Committees and candidates of all Are Your 1 T at the Louisville Postofflcc as KENTUCKY IRISH Second-Clas- Addieriall .Comsaalca(lonstothe AMERICAN, 326 West Qreen will do well to see that the Printers' Street Union label is on all their printing. The workmen will look for if, and if they find it will be likely to read Cjsr LOUISVILLE, KY.( LAUGH AND GROW FAT. 7V. way aud providiug the facilities through enactments of Parliament for still greater progress as a peo pie. The County Boards are urging upon Parliament to pass at this session the agricultural and in dustnes mil tor Ireland, even though it is not all it should be wisely decidit g to accept it as it is for the present, relying for such amendments as may be required in future, aud are backing up their re quest for the bill with statistics of Ireland's resources, products, in dustries aud trade, showing where in it will be benefited and increased by favorable legislation, and con eluding with an appeal for such bill as a legal and just right. On the university, education poor schools, taxation and other questions, faction and creed seem to be ignored, the advocacy is more united and earnest, and the Gov eminent has been compelled to meet and discuss these matters more fully in the past few months than at any time before, with the outlook for success brighter. As it is believed Parliament wil be prorogued this fall or winter the Irish show their energy as wel IRELAND AWAKENING. as wisdom by trying to have those No people have adapted them matters disposed of by the present selves to the new order of things Parliament, and remove the Irish and set about more zealously to question as au issue in the Parlia take advantage of opportunities for meutary elections. bettermeut than the Irish since the K This is an old but very trite expression, and the truth of it is illustrated all around us every day. And it is not only the "growing fat," as it' is called, but the effect on the physical health of the individual even more than the effect on the state of society in general, that should induce every one to encourage the practice. It is true, some great men of other days, thinking it added to their dignity, refused to laugh or even to allow a semblance of a smile to cross their faces. But such people throw a crloom over the community. There O" is nothing so infectious as a good, hearty laugh, and on hearing it one can hardly help joining, even though not knowing the cause that pro duced the merriment. In'the early oart of the century a celebrated French professor gave lessons in the art of laughing, not so much in the interest of the health of his patient as to lead one to produce a euphemistic rippling sound as for the benefit of bis mirse. The man whose laugh bubbles up sponlane ously is never a pessimist, but can always see the bright side of life, and counts his friends by the number of his acquaintances. It is told of NaDoleon that he once gained a -1 battle by giving an order which caused a ringing laugh among the troops. Then advancing rapidly on the enemy, who heard the merri nieut and not understanding, easily mil them to rout. Some doctors claim laughter is a cure for that most insidious and fallacious dis ease, dreaded by all, consumption But a hearty laugh is so much different from the vapid giggle there can be no comparison. Now begin and all laugh heartily. 1 Now that the dog days are upon us the city is practically deserted. Every one SATURDAY, AUGUST 5, 1899. hard-fougwho can get away has gone or is making preparations to go, and the various rail tisauism and prejudices, and settled and steamboat lines have been crowded down to the task of giving their the past few weeks. The summer wan derers have scattered in all directions people good government, repairing but the various resorts around the North and building roads and bridges, enern lakes have been the most popular, couraging trade and developing reMany who went to the lakes for a few weeks have now gone to spend the month sources, increasing schools, providof August at the seaside resorts. With ing better relief and shelter for the the advent of summer comes the irresist poor, and Anally by close attention not done in a rat office. See! ible longing for cooler breezes and purer air than can be found in the crowded and honest methods, while adding Jerry Simpson is apparently up city, and the decision as to where the to the comforts and coveniences of term often a against the real thing. In the last heated make. shall be spent is so many hard difone to But there are the people, reduce taxation to the issue of his paper, which he cal ferent resorts to suit the quiet and the minimum. This is locally. gay, the dresser and the one who cares They are imbued with the na Jerry Simpon's Bayonet, he tel more for comfort, that the choice should tionnl spirit, are ambitious for the tins Hard luck story: ""L.ast week be comparatively easy. In our own State from future, not prompted by the im a delinquent subscriber said that he there are many charming places, midst if he lived the mountain hotels situated in the pulse of enthusiasm, but after ma would pay up Saturday, of almost unbroken solitude to the springs ture deliberation are going unitedly He's dead. Another remarked 111 easy access of railroad lines where one is in constant and instant communica and practically about opening th 'I'll see you tomorrow.' He tion with the outside world. one blind. ht the printing, spare the candidates unwelcome questions and favorably consider them when voting. This will be a battle and every vote will count. The work men are tully aware ot tins, and they cast several thousand. No use to tell them you are a friend of the workingrran when your priuting is done in a rat office. The kbel wi be the only accepted proof that it is Mrs. W. H . Murphy left this week for Owensboro, where she will remain for six weeks with friends and relatives. Benjamin Fein and Miss Daisy Powers, prominent in New Albany society circles, are to be united in marriage August .'10, Misses Mattie and Alma Dehoney, of Jeffersonville, are visiting in Chicago where they will remain for several weeks, Mr. C. A. Graham; the court stenogra pher, has taken his family to their camp above Petoskey, to remain till September, Mrs. Caster entertained Wednesday i honor of her visitors, Mr. and Mrs. Grant Mrs. Owens and Rob Grant, of Mt. Wash ington. Mrs. Patrick F. Walsh, Miss Ada Walsh and Dr. Daniel Y. Walsh left Sunday for the East. They will spend a month at the seashore. Miss Alice Hickey aud Miss Iiessi Hanuon have gone to Dawson Springs, where they will probably remain for the next ten days. Teeth? If they need attention there is no better place to have them fixed than at the Louisville Dental Parlors, 544 FOURTH ST., Right Next to Avenue Theater. Their prices are the lowest, work the best, and all guaranteed. They will treat you right. UHMKMriiKIt THIS PLACE: Lmisville Dental Parlors, 1Ls FOURTH ST. Still another said: Mr. Thomas Brennan, Jr., is making hope to pay you tins week, or go tour of the West. to the devil.' He's gone. There Miss Emma Aubrey, of Parkland, has are hundreds who ought to take Miss Annie Czapski has gone to Sewa gone to Covington, where she will spend nee to spend a month. the month of August as the guest of Miss warning by these procrastinators Henry Michael was among this week': Eleanor Brachy. and pay up" their subscriptions visitors at West Baden Springs. Lawrence Mackey, oue of the most now." Mr. Jeff Bannon, General Manager of the Kentucky Paving Brick Company, is s' enjoying a sojourn at West Baden Springs. two-week- Gran W.Smith's Sons Funeral Directors And Embalmers.. MISS KATE SMITH, 8. Lady Assistant and Embalmer. Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice. E. COR. EIGHTH VIVI JEFFERSON STS. m m m The Prince of Wales may not be just the kind of man one would generally admire, but he has show that he is "a man for a' that" by snubbing the nob whose only wort! is tne millions lie inherited, and whose egotism and desire for plum ery caused him to forswear his country. But for his inherited wealth and the fool it makes him, who would ever know that William Waldorf Astor exists, and who cares, anyhow? The humblest and poorest of the Prince's subjects is worth a whole raft of such noodles. the guest of friends in Madison. is visiting Miss Bonnie Gallagher was this week popular clerks in the Louisville office, will leave Monday on a two-week- s' post well-earne- d vacation. W. Mrs. S. J. Murphy, of Jeffersonville, mends in Chicago this week. Miss Minnie Butler is enjoying a de hghtful visit with friends in Bardstown Miss Smedler, a charming young lady of Mound City, 111., is in this city on a visit, and is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Proctor. Miss Lily m jjjj jj The London Times takcs the inaugurated. Those who predicted project to make a tunnel under the Good Liquors a Specialty. Fifteen Ball Pool. or expected the county govern- - sea betwesn the coasts of Antrim ments elected by the people and free and Wigtownshire perfectly seri 11 j M. HICKEY, PROPRIETOR. 10 conauci anui, as mcy uccwcu ously, and very gravely discusses best to result m dissension, conten- the advantages of the idea. The Telephone 384. 248 West Jefferson Street. tion, factions, conflicts, failure and chief int that appeals to it is that r 4t. .mu- i me ummuic ui iuc k WQuld br;ng Ireland ..juto doser tary intervening to save the war- - contact with the rest of the United JOHN IS. FRANK. ring Irish from the wrath of each Kingdom," a consummation which past two weeks the Hambnckites Misses Nellie Kenney, Rosa Shea aud Rev. A. Judson Arrick, pastor of Alii other, have been disappointed. The is not wished for very devoutly by ance Presbyterian church, and wife left seem to have been lost in the shuffle Mary Baron are making a Irish people seem to nave realized the Irish .pe0pie. Apart, however. visit to High Bridge. for Mt. Sterling for a two weeks' visit, after which they will visit Mr. Arrick's the importance of success in the from this vieWf the scheme Js alto. CATHEDRAL OUTING. air. lirnest L,, Miller and wite were parents in the North, They will be gone limited opportunity given them for gether a ridiculous one, and how among the Louisvillians spending the until September. 812 and S14 CLAY STREET. The Cathedral outing will be given this and to refute the sensible men could sit down solemn-clai- year at Osborne's Woods, Clifton, on week at West Baden.- Telephone 209-LOTITSVTLLF. KY Misses Mary and Maggie Joyce, the of justification for British ly to disctlss it at all puzzles our August 23. The grounds are shady and James Strain has returned from a visit pretty nieces of James Wolfe, of 1020 beautiful and within easy access from to Vevay, where he was the guest of Eighth street, left Wednesday for Sul misgovernment that the Irish are comprehension. Time would be any part of the city. The Walnut street his mother Ind., sister. and phur Springs, where they will remain for incapable of governing themselves. much fetter employed in discussing cars transfer to the Crescent Hill cars, Miss Fannie McCauley, of Ann Arbor, two weeks. They were accompanied by ot neart some means 0f improving railway which pass the grounds, and the Market Indeed, the sudden cliange Master Edward Wolfe. street cars approach within a few blocks visuea ner tatner, joun McCauley, by England iu conceding local accomodation and methods of transit of the place. Many attractions will be Jeffersonville, this week. Miss Mary Crawford and Miss Delia home rule to Ireland seemed in- - generally in Ireland, to say nothing prepared, among others a by Miss Isabelle Murphy, of Parkland, Fallon will leave about the middle of tended to tail disastrously, sune of reducing excessive charges. professionals. The Cathedral outings has gone to Valley Station, where she is August for St. Croix, Ind., to visit Miss have gained a reputation not only for the Tillie Judge, and before their return wm meuemauiuruuiucrmc, uuujuau- - From its queer and twisted ways hue dinners served, but also for the good visiting Miss Louise Conn. home they will visit White Sulphur 428-43- 0 fy before the world England s past Qf regarding Irish questions, the times afforded the guests, and it is safe Misses Alice and Rella Bourne and J Springs and West Baden. East Jefferson St. to predict that the usual large crowd will C. Bourne left yesterday for Lexington, government ot Ireland, it so, tue Times certainly needs to be brought Miss Kate O'Neill, .of Jeffersonville, EJleotrlo be in attendance. A balloon ascension to visit Miss Leora Richardson. Olinxiinir Sl.SO scneme uas lauea, 10 me dismay 01 iut0 cioser contact with the coun will take place in the afternoon. arrived home from New York Monday, Horses aud Vehicles to hire at all hours, at reasonable rates. The employes of the Jeffersonville car where she spent several mouths with her the schemers and to the credit and try. but we fear the proposed tun M'GINN'S VICTORY. works will welcome the return of their aunt, In the hope of regaining her health." TELEPHONE 1I40.V prestige 01 me irisn peopie. nel would scarceiy be successful in old P. C. Donovan. Her friends will regret to learn that she The final report of the Entertainment Never was Ireland more peace- - working the oracle. has nor been benefited by the trip. Committee of the Catholic Knights of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Riley, of contented, ambitious and seek' ful, America places Branch 24 in the first sec Nineteenth street, are enjoying a pleas Mr. Edward Coonan, one, of the most popular young men connected with the ably sets tion as to the number of tickets sold and ant visit at West Baden Springs. ine Uouner-Journing advancement in the nest way to the amount of cash returned account passenger department of the Illinois Cenbetter the conditions of the people, forth the advantages to workmen of the entertainment recentlyongiven by George J. Butler, the West- - tral, who has been ill at his home, 1518 develop industries, improve the in settling labor troubles by arbi the united branches, and President Joe End grocer, has gone to Atlantic City for West Chestnut street, is now convalesiff' cent, and his friends hope for his speedy highways and push business. The tration instead of strikes. But that McGinn feels hilarious over the result. season of rest and recuperation. He says that while Branch 24 may be Who Is Most the question, and small she will always be in the push with Mrs. Barney Campbell and her charm recovery. bitter factional, sectional and par-- is only one-haing daughter, Miss Lydia, were the guests One of the most interesting announce past years has sud- - the willing half, at that, as it is the larger ones. tisau strife of Two handsome Emblems of the Ancient Order of of friends in Cincinnati this week. ments of the season is the engagement of denly ceased, the conservative of generally the employer who refuses PATROLMAN APPOINTED. Miss Jennie Casey to Mr. John O'Don- The many friends of Miss Callie Miller 3 Hibernians will be awarded by the Kentucky Irish ) all factions, urged by the people, to arbitrate, forcing a strike, and nell. Miss Casey is a very popular young Michael Baldwin's admirers will be will be glad to know that she is improv lady and a daughter of a prosperous American to the members receiving the highest num- - J t In vare uniting their minds and en- - maintaining a lockout and black pleased to learn that he has been reap- ing and will soon be able to be out. diana farmer, while Mr. O'Donnell is a ber of votes, these coupons only to be used for ballots. ff ergies for Ireland's upbuilding- and list for years. Those are the parties pointed to a position on the police force. Miss Lizzie, Stouffer and Miss Marion young man who holds a re- For years progress, and the more radical are to the industrial issue who need the efficient he had been one of its most Mason left last Tuesday to spend the iponsible position with the L. & N. rail members, but was said, to have road. The date of the wedding will be at least not heard from. Through- - most moral instruction and com failed to take out his natusaliiatioa month of AuguM.at.Bay View, Mich. St nupuueed later. 'Cou uh out Ireland there is every evidence mon sense lectures. The workmen papers, which caused his removal., Since The enjESSTMHeut of Mr. Mike he has complied with all the rules, lan and i, announced When the- wife wants pin Record the Candidate on the First Wae, Division oh the Second, 3f that the County Boards have laid can be relied on to bring their hot- - then in view ui bis sfiiemuu reeoruiee and will Miss Nora Ltahy to their many huaband Ul compelled to cdsoe. money her be pletuiant news iyu up to the. per-- 1 heeds into line, and if public opio aside the old scores, forgotten popular tqubc cratch. MtM Wmsy Board of Safety reappointed bin. " 1 locai coumy BuvCiuu,Cui0 C4C uciy Kigiu Kev. msnop Mcmostey was Cornelius Burns, who has been confined among tins weelc's visitors at French to his home on Nineteenth street for the Lick Springs. past two months from an attack of ma larial fever, is reported as improving. Misses Josephine Sullivan and Ella Rankin are making a tour of the Eastern Miss'Tillie Judge, who has been mak summer resorts. ing her home in this city, will leave Monday for St. Croix, Ind. She will be Miss Mary McGinn, of 525 West Chest very Whether William J. Bryan's much missed here by her host of nut street, is enjoying a ten days' visit to friends. letter to the Kentucky Democrats Dawson Springs. Miss Sallie Kenny and Mollie Glen proves an olive branch or not, it Hunter Burke, of Washington, arrived was unwise in a Presidential candi in Jeffersonville Tuesday to visit his aunt, neu, of Nashville, are enjoying a delight ful visit here. They aie the guests of Mrs. Jane Burke. date to write such a letter. Mr. and Mrs. John Fitzgerald, Nineteenth Miss Annie Donahue left this week for and Bank streets. Watterson's straddle is spreading Atlantic City. She will visit New York Miss Mayme Mackey, of 1741 High rather, prematurely, if not too far, before returning. avenue, one ot tne most accomplished He went to Chicago to declare him Messrs. John Tierney and Owen Mc- - young ladies of the West End, left last Cann are home from an enjoyable outing week for St. Louis, where she will spend self for Goebel and McKinley. the month of August with relatives and at Harrod's creek. friends. Our Lexington correspondent Mrs. Margaret Mason and Miss Mar pays a high compliment to the garetta Mason have returned from a short Miss Ree Carroll, of Indianapolis, who is visiting the family of Deputy Bailiff personnel of delegates to the anti visit to Cincinnati. Mike Tynan, on Lamptou street, is one Mrs. William Kelly left Monday for of the prettiest girls of tne Hoosier meGoebel conference. Edgewood, Pa., where she is visiting her tropolis, and while here has won scores of admirers. In the political excitement of the son, John G. Kelly. two-wee- What an opportunity exists the workingmen of .Kentucky nominate and elect a full State ticket. Were they to do this they would secuie the needed legislation they have been demanding of the other parties for many years. Mrs. Isabel Coleman, of Marion county Misses Lillie Baunon, Mavme Dwyer has come to Louisville to live in the and Mattie Shelley, three charming future. Louisville girls, left Monday for Doe Run Mrs. Willis Mullen will spend the Springs, to he gone two weeks. month of August at the Eastern seashore Edward Malone, who was ill for the resorts. past week at his home on Eighteenth Miss Minnie. Murray will spend the street, has resumed his position with the balance of the summer with friends in Pennsylvania Railroad Company. the East. Miss Mary Devon, the accomplished Mrs.'- - John is' spending' the daughter of Capt. William Devan. is for summer with her mother at North Ver- - visiting relatives in Lexington. She will return about the first of September. to uon, Ind. Miss Sarah McIIugh left the city Julia Muldoon is visiting in Bloomffeld, the guest of Mrs. Morris Thursday for Brooklyn, where she will make her future home. A large circle of Davis. friends regret her departure. TELEPHONE 810. s Muldoon Monument Company DESIGNERS AND BUILDERS OF AND SCOTCH GRANITE m ITALIAN MARBLE, AMERICAN K its flonuments. Artistic Work Only Solicited. Workshops and Studios, Carrara, Italy. WAREROOMS, 322 to 328 WEST GREEN STREET, PARADISE SAMPLE ROOM. J. a a D 9 Clay5treet Brewery, 2. WALTERS' m HENRY C. L.AUER, 111 cake-wal- k nv nun nnnnniur? IE II IJflll 1 SHE, m. m. m Horse Per Head. time-keepe- r, al well-know- n lf the Popular Hibernian? $ - well-know- n f -- I T, J, IT FRANKFORT. Our CorroNiioiHlcnt Upon the Cour.su ('oiuinunts of Joint Youiifclirown. MY PREFERENCE. i 11 CREflMERY-HN- D BflKERf. 629 EIGHTH ST. C5c Vanilla and Lemon, per gal 75c Fruits and Chocolates, per gal oc Cotlee ana Banana, per gal . . . .$1.00 Almond and Macaroon, per gal $1.00 to $1.25 Bisque and Tnttifrutti Bricks and Euchre $1.00 05c Sherbets and Ices 50c Sweet Cream . . . . Democratic Primary to Nom Inate Cniutldnto for .Tnller August 1 1. Misrepresentations of the Newspaper Correspondents Injure Business. PERSONAL AND SOCIETY NEWS NOTES Cream delivered to New Albany and JefTersonville; also shipped to all ship ping points. Special Correspondence of the Kentucky insti American. Frankfort, Kv., August 4. The an nouncement John Young A specialty. It is the purest and best Brown wouldthat again enter the political was received Telephones 2144 and 2588 arena mingled feelingsinofthe Capital City surprise and re with gSTSpecial rates to hotels, dealers and gret. Staunch and tried friends, who had always stood by him in his struggles large orders. for political honors at the hands of the Democratic party of Kentucky, not S9SSSSSSSASSS9S9S9S3S9SSSS realize that now, in the autumn couldwell- of a spent life, after devoting the prime years of a noble manhood to fathering the fundamental principles of Democracy and 2 232 FOURTH AYE. its cause, he would desert that party which had showered repeated honors upon him, even to elevating him to the Governor's chair of the Grand Old Com And all for monwealth of Kentucky. DONEGAL. what? The empty honor of a nomination Complete Line for Governor upon a "bolters' ticket, Let others sing of uucouquered Rome, Gov. Brown made an excellent executive Fierce, haughty, proud and free! and it is to be regretted that he should A nobler theme my own dear home step which he took last have taken the Tyrconnell's land, for me! week. in Frankfort are few My own dear home! My own sweet The "Boltocrats" home! and far between in fact it is almost ini V96SS96SSSesSSSSSSSS63i May blessings ever flow possible to find a man who has recently oted the Democratic ticket who states On every cot and cherished spot, SSS9SSSSe3SSS9S3S9SSS9S; From Foyle to Assaroe! that he will not support the ticket. It is stated by conservative politicians that On ev'ry rugged mountain side, Our $10 Quick Meal Franklin county will gie the Democratic And wild, romantic glen, ticket 900 to 1,000 majority. On placid lake, on wood, on brake, Speaks for Itself. There is strong talk of moving the On bog, ou marsh, on feu; Democratic Campaign Committee's head A splendid Gas Range with four quarters to Lexington, as that city is more On ev'ry loitering stream that purls, oven, broiler burners, 17xlG-inc- h On every noble river centrally located and has better railway and all the many qualities that have made the Quick Meal so popular. connections with cities all over the State On ev'ry vale, on ev'ry dale, Every Quick Meal sold is the cause Peace reigns supreme forever. Col. Percival Haley, the efficient Secreof other sales, as it gives such pertary of the State Central and Campaign May God in His great bounty bless fect satisfaction. Take no chances; Committees, is confident of victory for purchase our Quick Meal, which is Yea, bless them doubly o'er the entire ticket. time tried, proven right and none n scene, from Lagan Each can be better. The gas company Next Friday the Democratic primary green oursales by makgenerously assists for Jailer of Franklin county will come To Sulig's bounding shore! ing free connections, giving tickets off, At the present writing Col. Joseph for three lessons at the Alumnae Holton, who is making the race in the For is it not a noble laud, Club Cooking School and distrib-utin- g This native land of mine, interest of Mrs. James Alley, widow of a valuable cook book. th'e late Jailer, looks a winner, with Col The laud of true and good men, too, Of noble Niall's line? W. K. Lawrence a close second. 8 A'movement is now on foot to start t f) Land of the dauntless warrior bold, 214 MARKET, Near Second. new weekly paper in this city. It will Or scholar, saint, and sage! Democratic in politics and will support The wise in peace, in war the fierce! William Goebel and the entire Demo The light of olden age! cratic ticket. The first issue will appear Oh, had I but one dying wish, about August 15 or 20. Then this I'd choose of all The wild reports sent out by reporters for Lexington and Cincinnati papers re "Friend, lay me down 'neath the heather brown, in Frankfort have garding the small-po- x On the hills of Donegal," njured business greatly m the Capital City. There is not a single case of small JEFFERS0NV1LLE, INDIANA. 342 W. Market St. pox in the city, and no new cases are being reported. The forty or fifty patients Division No. 1, of the Ancient Order at the camp, five miles from town, are all Hibernians, held a very interesting meet Positively the Finest Work. doing well and will be discharged in t ing Thursday evening and had a splen few days. Any one contemplating visit did attendance. They received several Reduction in prices for ing tiic capital iuy suouiu not let tue applications and transacted some importsmall-po- x scare deter them, as there is ant business. At the rate this division thirty days to introduce not tue sugntest danger. ray Pictures. Socially Frankfort is dead. Every man, is growing it can soon claim to be the woman and child who can scrape up the banner division of Indiana. Michael "price" has left for the lakes, seashore or Breen and Frank Cavanaugh were elected country, while those who can not secure to membership. the "essential" nave to stay quietly in Pat Dixoti is the proud father of a JOHN P. KELLY & SON the city and obey the mandates of the young Hibernian. Mother and sou are Board and retrain from attending Health socials, dances or Catherines of any kind. doing well. DEALERS IN John Shea has returned to St. Louis, Even on Sunday the dread command is not relaxed, and the beautiful chimes of after a visit to his mother. the church bells on the bright Sabbath FEDERAL LABOR UNION. morn are not Heard and Divine services are not held. It ls'to be hoped that in a week or two at most this will all be over. There was rejoicing at the meeting of and social gayeties as well as religious the Federal Labor Union Monday evenservices will be resumed. Col. R. J. Lynch, proprietor of the ing when it was .announced that the Frankfort Marble and Granite Works, members who are employes of the city Seventeenth and Bank Streets. of fine marble and would receive pay for the time which had received two granite last week. The works are now been in dispute for some time past. and employing three Special attention given to running over-tim- e lufty names were presented for mem- extra men, orders. de Col. Lynch trying to keep up with leading ship, and the initiation at the next meetfamily orders, and goods is one of Frankfort's ing, which takes place August. 28, will be livered to all parts or the and most enterprising and deserves the great success with which one of the largest held by any labor orcity. he is meeting. Col. W. D. Lewis, his ganization here for many years. James erucient loreman, is also an Irish-AmeMcGill is President aud Charles Peetz is can. Several Frankfort people spent Sunday Secretary of this union. RIVERVIEW PARK last in Louisville, as also did many LouisENJOYABLE EXCURSION. ville (formerly Frankfort) people spend Sunday in Frankfort. The members of St. Patrick's congre Is Now Open Mr. Fred Kellner is visiting relatives in gation enjoyed their annual outing Monthis city. A few select dates for picnics, etc., Mrs. Alary Kyan lias returned trom a day, four boats being necessary to carry open. Call at office, 413 W. Jefferson. isit to relatives in Cincinnati. the crowd. The excursionists went to Mrs. John D. Gnffiti has returned from Fern Grove, where a good dinner was to friends in Louisville. visit CONCERT EVERY SUNDAY Mr. George Adams, of Eminence, was served by the ladies, after which dancthe guest of Mrs. Sbowaltcr, South Side. ing, games and various amusements were By PROF.MORBACH'S BAND. Mr. Charles Weitzel, wife and children, indulged in till the returning hour. The who have been rusticating near the Forks outing of this congregation is always u of Elkhorn, have returned home. pleasant oue, eagerly looked forward to Mr. Thomas Gnmii and wife, of Louis by the participants, and this year's was ville, are spending the heated term with no exception, as all thoroughly enjoyed The Best Five- - his brother, John D. Griffin, on Campbell themselves. Cent Cluor an street, bourn bide. ti can smoke.yaMr. and Mrs. M. A. Collins and family ATHLETIC EVENT. leave next week for New York and At, 15 IX Ivl5 I 33. lantic City. Manufacturer, There will be quite an interesting ath Mr. Frank Heeney will leave for a three-weekPreston and Rawlings Sts. to New York, Washing- letic event at the Dominican church trip ton aud Atlantic City about the 10th inst. picnic' next Monday at Fern Grove, in Mr. William Beard spent last bunday the shape of a dash between with friends in Lexington. Cosmas Meagher and Dave Burke for Miss Bessie llynn, ot Tniru street, The Lexineton. is the delightful truest of Miss the championship of Limerick. FIRST CLASS friends of both men have been debating Bessie Coleman, on the South Side. for Mr. W. Lewis will shortly GROCERY AND SALOON, Louisville, D,where lie hopes to leave for est some time as toa which was the fleet secure a of foot, hence match was arranged lucrative position, to be decided at the church picnic. There W. W. Cor. Nineteenth and Duacaa. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Edlins will spend is some lively betting on the result, the Flae LttBcii and Music Saturday Night. fair week in Lexington with Mr. and Mrs. girls even backing their favorites. ex-Go- Walsh the Tailor, s Examine straddle of a rail Than to be a pompous keeper of my in jail; I'd ruther he the poorest pauper in the whole shebang Than to be a mighty judge and sentence criminals to hang; I'd ruther be a drowned rat without no tail at all d Than to be the leader of the stylish gcrman ball; I'd ruther be a drunken fool an' ask where I am at Than to be a stranded, broken-dow- n played-ou- t aristocrat; d dunghill rooster I'd ruther be a any time Than to be a cussed miser, going hutigry for a dime; I'd ruther be the thief that died with Jesus on the cross Thau to be the one that nailed him there, made of human dross; I'd ruther be a dratted, measley, mangy, mougrel pup Than to be a lawful robber, holdin' help less people up; I'd ruther be the weakest, lowest fallen man in town Than to be the snake-lik- e Pharisee that kicks him when he's down; I'd ruther be a stone bruise on a pickan inny's heel Than to be a slimy, soulless, sordid, selfish human eel; I'd ruther be a tollgate keeper on the road to hell Thau to be the wretch that led n trustin woman when she fell; I'd ruther have all rank disease combined at once in me Than to be a man afflicted with the moral leprosy. Rufus McClain Fields, pig-heaone-eye- I'd ruther be at sea HIBERNIANS. What They Hai-e visiting brothers. The meeting closed with a well arranged social programme and the enjoyment of refreshment!!. IRISH SCHOLARS ABROAD. Been Doing the Past Week News Notes. General I Summer Suitings. well-know- GEHER &SON, 0 'Neill's New Studio, Groceries, Vegetables, Fresh Meats, Produce. car-loa- Irish-America- ri to the Public Irlsh-Amorlco- 1. A OH CIQAR W. ST 0 s' M. D. Lawler, 100-yar- Messrs. W. D. Lewis, John Dolau, P. J. BROWN LEGHORNS. Coleman, P. T. Downey, P. O'Brien, D. McNatnara. W. A. Lutlceraer and D. P. Average 200 eggs a year. Eggs for Davis will spend Tuesday in Lexington, hatching 5 pents each. Two Cockerels taking in the Elks' horse show, fair and carnival, for sale cheap, Mrs. M. Doyle, mother of Thomas and Michael Dovle. boa been auite tick for CHAS. D. JACQUES, the past ten weeks,-- but is now much D. J, M. better. . 242 j. cougnun. REGRET HIS LEAVING. The many friends of Mr. Edward Cowan, for years associated with Julius Wititer & Co., will regret to learn.of his departure from the city,, He is now in. Nashville, where he will remain for; two-- ' weeks. From there he will go to jBi-- i phis, where he may locate pcruuuienUp St.Xvlr, or- Hibernian Hall will be crowded i.ext Tuesday evening. Though a small State, Connecticut lays claim to sixty-fiv- e divisions. Since January 1 there have been three divisions organized in Connecticut. P. W. Mulqueeny lias been installed as President of Division 4 of New Orleans Every member of the Young Men's Division should attend the next meeting, George Butler makes the right kind of a talk. He knows how to stir things up, Division 3 always does the handsome thing, say members of the County Board. The members feel proud of the work they done for the Rev. Mousignor Gam- bon. Don't fail to be present at the meeting of Division 4 Wednesday to witness the presentation to President Hennessy. For the life of you, don't fail to be present Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs day evenings. There will be a continu ous change of programme. The annual picnic 6f the Ancient Order of Hibernians of Baltimore was held at Darley Park. Nine divisions were repre sented by about 5,000 people. Division 1 and the Daughters of Erin of Spokane, Wash., held a joint installa tion of their newly elected officers. Both ure in a flourishing condition. The New York State convention of the order will take place at Syracuse next May, when Onondaga county will be represented by fifteen divisions. The State officers, eight County Presi dents and Colonel of the Hibernian Rifles will represent Connecticut at the national convention in Boston next spring. The County Board should make it a point to visit the different divisions in a body more frequently than heretofore, The results would prove surprising. Division 05 was instituted last month in Unity Hall, Aslnnont, by County President William Cronin and staff. Suffolk county, Mass., thus has more divisions than have many States. At the recent quarterly convention in Connecticut of the State and county officers it was voted to bond the State Sec retary and Treasurer and all county offi cers in some surety company. Messrs. Edward O'Brien, Will Mc Carthy, John Cnrran and James Donahue were among inose wnosc services con tributed greatly to the pleasure and sue BIRTHDAY PARTY. cess of the outing of the members of St, A delightful lawn fete was given at the Patrick's congregation at Fern Grove. uivision 1 of Syracuse installed its home of Mr. John Lintner, No, 1110 officers Tuesday evening, after which a West Madison street, on Tuesday even literary and social session was held. ing, in honor of the sixteenth birthday of Members of other dhisious were present, his daughter, Miss Susie. The lawn and and the meeting was addressed by Mayor house were crowded by friends of the McGuire, Judge Kennelry, John Cum young lady, and after a bounteous repast mins and others prominent in the order, dancing aud amusements were indulged The national officers will meet the first in until a late hour. week in September, probably either in FATHER BOYLE'S PRESBYTERIAN BELL. Philadelphia or Washington. At this The good stories attributed to the late meeting a vacancy in the directory will be hlled. M.J. Bums, of Indianapolis, Father Boyle are constantly being added is the name of the deceased member. It to, and in Washington, where he was is expected that John W. O'Hara, of In widely known and beloved, they are coldiana, will be selected to till the vacancy, lected, treasured up and repeated, for it Mayor James K. McGuire aud Judge is certain that, while they were powerful John Kennedy, of Syracuse, visited all to bring out a healthy laugh, he never the divisions of that city and assisted in gave utterance to a pleasant conceit that the installation of the officers during the carried with it the slightest sting. Some years ago the chapel, which past month. Mayor McGuire is as popu lar with the general public as with the Father Boyle was instrumental in build Hibernians, and will be this ing in the southeastern part of the city, fall. His record surpasses that of anv bought of the Presbyterian church nearby a large bell, which had been discarded on former executive of the Salt City. At a recent meeting of Division 2 of account of a flaw in its construction that Baltimore it was decided to present to created a painfully harsh aud discordant St. Peter's church a memorial window. sound. The bell was sent to a foundry, which will cost '50. It will be called where several inches of the lower rim the "Hibernian Memorial Window." was cut off. It was then returned and When notified of the generous act the put in place in the chapel. The tones pastor, Rev. Father Reardon, suitably were now exceedingly soft and sweet thanked the members. Father Thomas and the bell a source of much pride to Cummiugs, of Roscommon, who was the congregation and pleasure to the One day the pastor of present, was presented $50 for his new neighborhood. the Presbyterian church, meeting Father church in Ireland. In the school-hous- e hall at South Boyle, said to him: "Father Boyle, I was passing the Natick, Mass., Division 33 and Ladies' Auxiliary No. 12 held a public installa chapel recently and was struck by the tion of their newly elected officers. After rich, mellow tones of your bell. I think never before heard anything so clear the installation vocal and instrumental music was rendered. Refreshments were aud chimelike. I quite envied you its served and there was dancing. President possession. Where did you get it?" "That is the bell," replied the father, Sarah Sweeney, on behalf of the Ladies' Auxiliary, presented Mrs. Griffith, the "that we bought of your.congregation." "Is it possible?" said the pastor. "I retiring President, with a gold watch can scarcely credit it. What in the world chain and pair of gold Members of Division 1 and Company did you do with it to bring about such a B, Hibernian Guard of Worcester, Mass., marvelous change?" "Blissed it, blissed it," returned Father visited George Wrlghtson and wife at Boyle, in a rich brogue and with a sly, their new home recently. Brother Wrightson has been a member of Di- mischievous expression on his handsome, vision 1 fourteen years, and organized happy countenance. "Blissed it and got Company B, Hibernian Guard, in 1886. the Presbyterian divil out of it, and nothing else, He furnished the funds to procure uni hearty laughterI assure you," and with that brought the hearts rifles for the company, so it of the two preachers closer together they forms and might enter the competitive drill of the wciu ineir several ways. Hibernian companies of Rocky Point in WARM WEATHER HINTS. 1890, when it won the championship. After the installation of the newly Protect food and dishes from flies. elected officers of Division 34, Boston, A little lime juice or lemon in water is congratulations were extended and remarks ou tfie good aud welfare of the healthful. Clothing should be thin and cool in order were made by prominent officers and members of various divisions. Among hot weather. A handful of oat meal in water makes the speakers were" County President Cro nin, Presidents Frank Daly, John J. Daly, a healthful drink. Put drinking water in bottles on ice. J. Keyes, Peter E. Murphy and Dr. Donahue. Refreshments were then served, Don't put ice in water. Most people know what thev don't and a vocal entertainment was rendered also, by John J. Smith, James O'Brien, Brother want they dothat they don't often get want. what Spellecy and others; EXCURSION 0RAND The membership turned, up in large numbers, and there yt&s also considerable Indiana Gas Belt on Sunday, over the average of visiting brothers, at To the meeting of Division 5 of Provi- August Cth, via "Big Four Route." the last Special train leaves Louisville, Seventh-stredence, R. I. President P. J. Finncran Union Depot, at 0 o'clock a. m. officiated in routine business for the last Returning train will arrive in Louisville time, and then turned the meeting over Extremely low round- 11:40 p. m. to County President Dillon. In bis usual at trip rates, as follows: Rushville, $1; eloquent manner President Dillon ad Knightstown, 1.00; Anderson, $1.25; dressed the meeting, dwelling on the Muncie, Alexanderla, $1,25; $1.25; trials and achievements of Hiberuiauism. Marion, $1,50, Take advantage of the low rates and He then installed the new officers who will guide the divmpn during the coming spend a Sunday with friends in the Gas particulars. Get year. AddriMtM wr- - delivered by State Belt. See small bills for Office, No. 218 tickets at City. Ticket Qiuon, swrersl members' and FottrtU avuue, and at depart. r President cuff-button- s. et An interesting meeting was field at the Society of Arts Rooms, London, when the Rev. Edmund Hogan, S. J., delivered a lecture, under the auspices of the Irish Literary Society, on "Irish Scholars Abroad." Rev. Dr. William Barry, D. D.,,pre sided, and he introduced the reverend lecturer as one who had made an especial study of his subject. Father Hogan, in the course of his lecture, said that from the time of St. Patrick to the time of Henrv II. Ireland had been the nursery of zealous mission arics, who had spread the faith through many a wide district of the continent of Europe, where the names of Irish saints and martyrs are still held in reverence, To those missionaries also was due the conversion of Scotland and of a large portion of Saxon Britain. Ireland, said the lecturer, drew attention to herself by what her children did in large numbers, not at home, but abroad. This foreign work was an achievement of the noblest kind, the records of which have been preserved to us by continental writers of early times, showing how generations of scholars and generations of apostles rose up in Ireland and went forth in the world to impart a knowledge of the bet ter life to come. It was thus till the end of the sixteenth century, at the end of which Irishmen had reached a high level of culture, Among those who were celebrated at the men, wiio were time were eignty-nv- e mostly clergymen of the orders of Fran ciscans, Dominicans aud Augustinians, He placed before the meeting the names of men who were not in the na tional category of biography, but whom he presented as scholars abroad, as distinguished in their paths as were Dr, Conan Doyle's "Wild Geese." The rev erend lecturer then went ou to describe particularly the work on the European continent of missionaries and scholars of Irish birth. He said that in our day it seems to be the ambition of Balfour to promote the education of Irish Catholics by indirect endowment as in the sixteenth and seven teenth centuries his ancestors, tlte Cecils, promoted the education of Catholics by direct endowment, He then dealt at length with the theological writings and philosophical, critical and scientific ef forts of men of Irish blood who had labored through the long years when it was dangerous for any Irishman to acknowledge himself as such. THE KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN Will soon celebrate its anniversary, entering upon its Third Volume. The promises made to its readers aud friends in the first issue have been faithfully observed, and its circulation has enjoyed a steady growth. This should be increased in the future until it is read in the home of every in Kentucky and adjoining States. The Kentucky Irish American for the coming year will make features of Irish-American Irish News, Church News, Society News, Home News, Labor News, Sporting News. It is a First-Clas- s t Weekly Journal which is printed aud mailed on Fridays, so that its cit' readers ma' take advantage of the announcements it contains and be directed where to make their Saturday purchases. This will result iu great benefit to our advertisers, who should remember the fact that it has the Official Indorsement of the CENTRAL LABOR UNION And the Representatives Unions of Louisville. of the Trades tub SiscriDtion Price IS ONLY S 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 may be relied upon for its every word. SUBSCRIBE NOW. Advertisers Will serve their interests best by seudiug in their copy as early in the week as possible. They will find that advertisements placed in this paper will be productive of the best results", as it now has a very large circulation among the best class of our citizens. Address all Correspondence and Business Communi-- . cations to the 11KY D IE - KEKTITCKY l UIn AMERICAN. IRISH SOCIETY A- - SNUBS ASTOR. The Prince of Wales' Emphatic Tiirii-Dow- n of the New York Snol), ir Who Was Naturalized Iiritlsli Subject During: tlie Month of July. 11 Why the Duchess of Buecleuch Abated Her Animosity to Americans. HIS SOCIAL LIGHT HOW DIMMED The Associated Press dispatches of Tuesday from London contain the following: "The Gazette announces today that William Waldorf Astor was naturalized a British subject July 11 of the present year." "Not Mr. Astor," said the Prince of Wales, drawing his pencil through the name of the man of many millions when it appeared in the list of guests invited to meet him at a grand house party in Scotland a week or so ago. "Not Mr. Astor. He bores me." And that is the climax of William Wal- I: I, i' IS. r ' dorf Astor's years of maneuvering to get into the higher social circles of England, says 'the London correspondent of the World. Even his roundabout denunciation of his country, even the eulogy of his ancestors, which he printed in his own Pall Mall Gazette, and in which he claimed descent from the noble old Spanish house of Astorga not even these, nor above all the millions which cameMo him from investments in the country which he has renounced, have won him the prize for which he yearned with all the intensity of his soul. "He bores me." That is reported on high authority to be the verdict of the Prince of Wales. And the Prince of Wales is the supreme arbiter of all things social in England. What bores the Prince bores society. Mr. Astor's social career in England is in dauger. At the dinner t&bles of Belgravia and Mayfair the story is going the rounds. And Mr. Astor himself went away from London long before the season in which he had hoped to shine so conspicuously was over. It was through the innocent efforts of the Duchess of Buecleuch to push Mr. Astor's fortunes that the disaster came upon him. The Duchess of Buecleuch has long been the millionaire's social sponsor. Not because she wns fond of Mr. Astor, uor, indeed, fond of the group of .Asiericaus of whom he is a type in London. In fact, the hostility of the Duchess to Americans has long been notorious. She was formerly the leader of the group of grand ladies who started the movement to exclude Americans from the inner circle of the great London social world. Her influence in this particular world was potent. She is one of the grandest ladies in all England, and enjoys prece-ilenc- e over all that are not of royal rank by reason of the high office she holds at court that of Grand Mistress of the Household and of the Robes to Her Majesty the Queen. So it happened that all the world wondered when the mighty Duchess of Buecleuch suddenly made a complete revolution in her attitude toward Americans. From being the leader of the hosts she became the sponsor and social promoter of one of the richest Americans that had ever lingered lovingly nt the threshold of London society. The reason of the Duchess' sudden change of heart was not long in being brought to light. The Duchess has a brother Lord Frederick Hamilton. Mr. Astor appeared upon the scene with his Pall Mall Magazine, and it was a veritable boom to the Duchess of Buecleuch when he made Lord Frederick Hamilton editor of the Pall Mall at an absurdly high salary. If there was a business arrangement of which this move was a part, it is but justice to the Duchess of Buecleuch to say that she conscientiously carried out her part of the compact. Mr. Astor's social star began to shine. Both he and his daughter were "taken up" generally. The Duchess even presided over every one of the magnificent entertainments which Mr. Astor gave. On the other hand, both Mr. Astor and his daughter were sure to be found at all the social functions given by the Duchess of Buecleuch. Now on various of these occasions Mr. Astor had the felicity to be presented to the Prince of Wales. Amiag as the Prince is, the ble and one thing that he can not endure is being bored. He perpetually wishes to hear something new, in which he is not unlike other people. But as a Prince, he can make his wishes law. All London knows this, and all London has laughed more than once, even before this last episode, at the adroit maneuvers by which his Royal Highness hasbvoided being left exposed to the conversation of Mr. Astor, or of any one else whom he has heard sufficiently often. So nobody was in the least surprised to know that the Prince had at last definitely and distinctively "turned Mr. Astor down." It is whispered that throughout the present season the descendant of the house of Astorga has endeavored to commit the Prince to being the star guest at Cliveden on the Thames, or, failing that, to visit the Astor house in town. But to all hints the Prince turned a deaf "ear. He is kindly in temparament- and obliging to the lastdegree, but his time is tttuch occupied, he has rseen and heard I ihiny men and things and is as easily borwi' by the familiar as he is,eager for ttw, novel. He simply, could not and would not' agree to be Mr. Astor's gUMt of honor, With all, that that iwplisd of easy-goin1 exposure to the Astorlan conversational gifts. And now it is the common talk of London that he has put the climax on it all and definitely closed the Astor chapter for once and for all. It happened, according to the stories current, in this way: When it was announced recently that the Prince of Wales would be obliged to proceed to Edinburgh in order to preside nt some public ceremony there the Duke and Duchess of Buecleuch, as the principal persons of the district, asked the future King of England to honor them by staying at their Palace of Dalkeith during his sojourn in the North. In accordance with the usual custom on the occasion of such visits of royalty, the Duchess drew up for the inspection of her distinguished guest a list of the persons whom she had asked to help in the entertainment of the heir apparent. This submission of the names of the guests to be present, either at a ball, a dinner or a house party, to a royal personage who is invited is the inevitable custom in the old world. Usually the distinguished person makes no alteraAs a rule, he or she merely writes tion. to the hostess that the composition of the party is admirable. Occasionally the royal personage will add names of one or two more persons, but very rarely indeed will he erase any name from the list submitted to him, thereby expressing his disinclination to meet the person in question. The object of this arrangement, of course, is to avoid meetings with the royal personage which might be in themselves personally disagreeable, or which might give rise to undesirable political influences. The fact that it is almost solely upon political grounds that the royal guest ever bars a person whose name is in the list submitted to him makes the snub reported to have been given to Mr. Astor the more cutting. When the list of guests whom the Duchess of Buecleuch had invited was submitted to the Prince of Wales his Royal Highness merely glanced carelessly over them in his easy, amiable way and was about to pass them as being persons whom he would be charmed to meet, when he happened to notice toward the end of the list the uame of William Waldorf Astor. In an instant, as the Loudon story has it, the royal blue pencil slushed through the name and obliteiated it. "Not Mr. Astor," his Royal High-nes- s to have said decisively. "Mr. Astor lores me." There was no social objection to Mr. Astor, and politically he did not threaten any complications. It was not because he was or has been an American, because he is a man without a any couutry. And besides, the Prince of Wales has too often shown his high consideration of Americans by marked attention to them. He was excluded, according to the London version of the affair, on the broad, general human principle that he was a lore to the Prince of Wales. That was all. That represents the sum total of the social achievements Mr. Astor has won by renouncing his country and his countrymen by the purchase of princely Cliveden, by millions of money lavished in ostentatious entertainments and by persistent social campaigning backed by unlimited money. When the list with the name of Astor erased by the royal hand was returned to her there was nothing left for the unfortunate Duchess of Buecleuch to do save take upon herself the disagreeable task of notifying Mr. Astor of the calamity which had befallen and of recalling her invitation. Personally she assured him she would be delighted to welcome him, but the Prince did not feel equal to it, and had specifically objected. That js tlie story as u is now bemtr told in London clubland. There is no record of Mr. Astor's expressions of opinion on the subject, and it is even doubtful if he gave vent to any such expressions. The only thing known about the effect of the snub upon him is that immediately after receiving it he suddenly departed from London, in the miast ot tlie season, and soon after issued his gratuitous announcement with regard to his own distribution of invitations to entertainments at his various houses. CENTRAL LABOR UNION OFFICERS. OLDEST SISTER, DKW MRS, LEE LET OUT, Jail Matron Will BeSucceoded by Mrs. Anna Logan, of Indianapolis. Mrs. Anna Lee, who has held the position of matron of the jail since the creation of that office, was removed last Monday by Mayor Weaver at the request of the Police Matron's Nominating Board. The board is composed of a number of prominent women, who labored zealously 10 nave me position created and Mrs. Lee appointed. Not satisfied with tlipir success, they also insisted upon an assist ant matron, ana from this arose the trouble leadinc to the cli fltllTf Tt CAPI11Q that the salary allowed the assistant was not satistactory to toe ladies of the Nominating Board, who demanded that Mrs. Lee turn over $10 per month for the benefit of the former, which she refused to do, feeling that she earned and was en- utiea to an sue drew. This was deemed insubordination upon her part by the good ladies, who immediately took steps looking to her removal, Mrs. Lee was very popular with the jail and Police Court officials, who speak in the highest terms of her efficiency and attention to duty, and say her removal was uncalled for, being brought about through spite and pique. The only name mentioned to succeed Mrs. Lee was that of Mrs. Anna L6gan, of Indianapolis, whom the Mayor has since appointed. Many are surprised that the place was not given to some good woman of this citv. and nre. diet that it will not be long before the ooara gets tnto another row, in which eveut their connection with the appointment and office1 should be aboHliied. Their action is biag. severely criticised. President James McGill. tho Capitol Building by Vice President J. W. Stevens. the British. Zeno M. Corresponding Secretary Young, 649 Second street. Recording Secretary T. J. Hennessy. The oldest nun in the world is Sister Financial Secretary Charles Peetz. Helen Joseph, of Baltimore. Treasurer William A. Pool. She is Sergeant at Anns Nelson Green. known to be 108 years old. She joined Chairman Board of Directors Walter the band of Oblate Sisters of Providence M. Young. sixty-on- e years ago, and has been at St. Francis' Colored Convent in Baltimore for thirty years. Cardinal Gibbons once asked Sister Helen about her nge. She replied that Notes and Gossip of the Week she did not know exactly, but remembered that she was eighteen years old From All Parts of the when the British burned the Government buildings in Washington in 1814. Country. She was born in Prince George's coun ty, of slave parents, who were carried by Kansas City has a Newspaper Writers' their masters to Washington shortly beUnion. fore the arrival of the British. Sister The Glassblowers' National Union will Helen regales the other Sisters with news soon attach itself to the American Federa- of the war of 1812 and the time when tion of Labor. "The Star Spangled Banner" was first Printers at Marion, Ind., are arranging sung. to start a daily paper to be published on Her story of the burning of the un plan. the finished Capitol, the President's home, The Toledo trades unions are making a treasury building and other buildings by bitter fight against municipal contracts the British is a realistic one. She says she frequently saw President Madison. for West Virginia coal. The Southern railway has decided to UNHOLY ALLIANCE. discontinue the employment of negro firemen on its entire system. An Eastern paper cautious Americans The Retail Clerks' National Protective of Irish birth or lineage against opposing Association has voted to admit girls over an n alliance, and says sixteen years to membership. that to oppose the development of friendly The Central Labor Union of Chatta- relations between England and the nooga will celebrate Labor day with a United States because of wrougs done to basket picnic at McFarland's lake. Ireland by the former is to be guilty of d bourbouism which forgets Granite cutters of Gloucester, Mass., "a day, nothing of past hates and learns nothing have been conceded the nine-hou- r The nearly all employers having signed the of present and future possibilities." Boston Republic replies to its contemposcale. Cincinnati will have a monster parade rary iii the following trenchant style: Of course. Let us forget the evictions Labor day, under the auspices of the Central Labor Union and the Building Trades in Ireland, the domiciliary visits to homes at night, the ghastly scenes in the Council. The Scottish Typographical Union has prison yards when Irish patriots were not had a strike or lockout for over a hanged for loyalty to Ireland, the expayear, and has a surplus of $50,000 in its triation of millions of Irish who fled from famine, pestilence uud butchery. What treasury. ure these trifles to the sons and grandsons reorganized New York Federated The of Irish victims of British oppression?They Union is making rapid progress in uniting are merely incidents in the great "Anglo-Saxon- " local and central unions into one comall movement for civilization and pact organization, trade. Let us forget O'Connell, Grattau, decoand The painters, paper-hangeEmmet, Pamell, Mitchell, McGee, Duffy, rators of Dayton, O., are again united. Dillon, McCarthy, Davitt and all the body They will affiliate with the national other Irish patriots who labored and sufhaving headquarters at Baltimore. fered for the cause of Irish nationality. The lockout of trades unionists in Den- It is bourbouism, according to the new mark has extended to nearly all lines dispensation, to recall their struggles, of business, it being estimated that nearly their sacrifices and heroic efforts, We one-hathe membership are now idle. must not look back upon these scenes e workers have accepted now while England is preparing to Welsh a reduction of 10 per cent, in wages, deprive the Transvaal republic of its inde which the manufacturers claimed was pendence and while the United States is necessary to meet American competition. engaged in foicing its rule upon the peoThe old National League of Musicians ple of the Philippines. is fast passing out of existence, most of I We respectfully decline to accept the the membership being now aflliliated . new .gospel of grab and plunder as 1 yi;;i. with the American Federation of Musi- preacueu uy wie mmuii umii press in both hemispheres. We know cians. strike at something of British rule in Ireland. We The result of the street-ca- r for know something of its terrors and of its Brooklyn, N. Y., is another back-se- t Knights of Labor, the men who went blighting consequences upon the Irish the out being almost exclusively members of people. We do not wish to see-- it inflicted upon the Boers, and we object to an allithat order. ance between this country and England Messrs. James Caldwell and Hugh Ellis of strengthening the will leave sometime next week for Detroit, for the purpose This may be bourwhere they go as representatives of Typo- hand of John Bull. at the Inter- bouism. We care not what it may be graphical Union, No. 10, called. We are opposed to it, and we national meeting. view with suspicion the American of Notwithstanding its defeat in the great whatever lineage or antecedents who strike eighteen months ago, the Amalga- advocates a combination between Uncle mated Sqciety of Engineers (machinists) Sam and John Bull for piratical purposes. of Great Britain now has 84,000 members It may be bourbouism to recall the and a surplus cash fund of $1,040,000. dark days of our own civil war when Bishop Quigley displayed uxexpected England supplied ships and men and tact and ability in the settlement of the money to the States in rebellion. It may great Buffalo dock strike. His good be bourbonisui to remember the Mason offices will hereafter be in demand when and Slidell incident, the rescue of Capthere are differences between employers tain Semmes of the Alabama by a British yacht and the scores of other manifestaand employes in Western York. tions of hoshility. But we refuse to forCentral Labor Union The meeting of the get them. And we will continue to disWednesday night was enough to warm trust England and to reject her profesthe cockles of the heart of the most skep- sions of friendship now that she needs tical, says the Chattanooga Enquirer. It American sympathy. If it be good policy gives the most encouraging promise of to go into partnership with John Bull and awakening interest in the needs of labor, to grab every bit of unoccupied land, or and lends a roseate hue to the dawning every Lit that n weaker nation may hold, of a new day in labor's progress toward let us throw off the mask at once and better things. proclaim the monarchy. As a republic The Montreal Street Railway Company based upon the great declaration of indehas notified its employes that the com- pendence we are out of place in such a pany will insure each man for $1,000 partnership. against accident or total disability; that EUCHRE AND DANCE. conductors and motormen who have been in the service two years will be given an The Misses Hannon entertained last increase in wages, and that those who Tuesday evening in honor of their cousin, have served five years will have their uniforms furnished free by the company. Miss Elian Powers, of Richmond. Progressive euchre was indulged in from 8 The postal service of the United States to 10 o'clock, and dancing from 10 until 1s the greatest business concern on earth. 2. The ladies' first prize was won by Charles Emory Smith says that it handles Miss Hattie Donahue, the second by Miss more pieces, employs more men, spends Lillie Keirnan, and the third by Miss more money, brings more revenue, uses Maggie Reardon. The gentlemen's first more agencies, reaches more homes and prize was won Dave Burke, the second by involves more interests than any other Will Purcell, and the third by Jim Dona- human organization, public or private, uue. luose present were Misses Lime governmental or corporate, in nuy age, and Mollie Keirnan, Hettie and Nellie clime or land. Donahue, Anna and Julia Ford, Mayme, The call has been issued for the thirty-secon- d Sallie and Nellie Hannon, Stella and convention of the British Trades Maggie Reardon, Edith Dake and Ellen Powers; Messrs. Dave Burke, Willie Union Congress, which will meet at Burns, Chas. Finnegan, Willie Hannon, Plymouth, England, on September 4. Holsclaw, Jim Donahue, Harry James O'Connell, of Chicago, President Crotty, James McKlrnan and will Pur- of the International Association of Machinists, and Thomas Tracey, of Boston, night. LABOR DAY PICNIC. International from the Cigarmakers' Union, will attend as fraternal delegates The Labor day committee held its regfrom the American Federation of Labor. matters to ular weekly meeting at Beck's Hall One of the most important come before the convention will be the Thursday evening, Chairman John Fuchs introduction and consideration of resolu- presiding. The various tions to commit the entire British trades made encouraging" reports. The amusement committee will arrauge a proquesunion movement to the eight-hou- r gramme of field sports that will prove a tion and to make it the issue and test of very attractive feature. Messrs. James support in all elections. McGill, John W. Stevens, James Martin, FEDERATION. Joe Hehemau, William Poole and James Dawson were appointed a committee on Organizer James McGill returned to the , invitations and reception. They may city Thursday evening, and reports his have State Labor Commissioner McCor-inicefforts to form a State Federation of of Indiana, as the guest of the CenLabor as very successful. Union after tral Labor Union that day. union is falling into yne, and when the DELIGHTFUL ENTERTAINMENT. convention meets in Frankfort there will be a large attendance of delegates. All A delightful party was given by Miss local and national unlous affiliated with Liua Dryer at her home, this week., the American FederationwiR be entitled 'Dancing and other ajuutesucnta were indulged in.' Tbone jmMtttt were tyiataa '. to re preatutatida. J Romembers the Burning of O. II. DIVISION 1 Meets on the Secoud and Fourth Tuesday Evenings of Each Month. President Thomas Keenan. Vice President Tim J. Sullivan. Recording Secretary Thomas J. Dolau Financial Secretary Peter Cusick, 132 Twentieth street. Treasurer John Mulloy. DIVISION 2 Meets 011 the Secoud and Fourth Thursday Evenings of Each Month. President William T. Median. Vice President Thomas Cornfield. Recording Secretary J. Charles Oust. Financial Secretary John T. Keaney, 1335 Rogers street. Treasurer Owen Kciren. DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Wednesday Evenings af Each Month. President Patrick T. Sullivan. Vice President Phil Cavanaugh. Recording Secretary JohnCavanaugh. Financial Secretary N. J. Sheridan, 2018 Lytle street. Treasurer George J. Butler. DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fouth Wednesday Evenings of Each Month. President John II. Hennessy. Vice President Thomas Lynch. Recording Secretary Thomas J. Kelly. Financial Secretary George Flahiff, 420 East Gray street. Trensurer Harry Brady. DIVISION C Meets on the First and Third Tuesday Evenings of Each Month Presideut Frank G. Cunningham. Vice President D. J. Tiemey. , Recording Secretary L. 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