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Digital page images are linked to the text file. j jDRR F A I milSUROEON DENTIST 347 W JEFFERSON ST Bet Third and Fourth Sundays VOLUME IIINO S LOUISVILLE SATURDAY AUGUST 26 1899 H PRICE FIVE CENTS 1 FRANKFORT Cni t Noel Gnlncs Receives Isis Appointment as Captain of Volunteers Distinct Victory for Gay Brad Icy Over Senator Dchoc and Godfrey Hunter New Plant for an Independent Democratic Paper May Bo Issued Daily PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP Special KentuckyIrish FRANKFORT Aug 2ilThe appoint meat last Saturday of Capt Noel Gaines of this city late of the Third Kentucky Volunteer Infantry who has seen service in Cuba to be a Captain in the volunteer army is a signal victory for Gov Brad ley and a direct turndown for Godfrey Hunter the gum shoe statesman and Senator Deboe Hunter came all the way from Guatemala last fall to put in a protest against Capt Gaines who pro cured the indictment against Hunter which kept him out of the Senatorship in 1897 Gen Taylor the administra tion Republican candidate for Governor Senator Deboe and Other Republicans also filed protests but in spite of theta all Capt Gaines who has always been a Democrat received the appointment Capt Gaines is a thorough military man and in addition to serving several years in tIle Kentucky State Guard has served about thirteen months in the volunteer army during which time he discharged the duties of Provost Marshal at Lexing ton Columbus and Havana with credit himself and the grand old State of toI tacky He willprobably receive an ape pointment in the regular army before longMr John Hunt of this city last Sun day received notification of the death of his brother Patrick at Natchez Miss which had occurred over a week pre vious Arrangements will be made as soon as possible to bring the body to lotAHis brother and sisters in this city have the sympathy of many friends iin their bereavement This street fair is now a go and work will be pushed as rapidly as possible and every endeavor made to make it one of the greatest affairs since the famous cen tennial in 1880 thirteen years ago It will be held the first week in October Last week proved exceedingly gay in the social world of Frankfort Wednes day evening several young men gave a hop at Young Mens Institute Hall which proved a pronounced success The affair was given in honor of two beautiful young lady visitors to the Capital City Miss Lyons the charming guest of the Misses Florence and Rose Salender and Miss Seymour who is being entertained by the Misses Ramp About twelve couples attended and spent a most delightful evening On Friday evening Messrs OConnor Lutkemier and Gayle assisted by several other young men of the city gave an en joyable hay ride to their young lady friends Quite a large crowd went along and had a delightful time although an accident which occurred about seven miles from this city on the Versailles pike came near resulting seriously However the wagon was speedily repaired and the return trip made without incident the party arriving home shortly before 1 oclock Col William Cromwell the celebrated Senate clerk whose voice has been heard all over the State was last week appoint ed Chairman of the Franklin County Democratic Committee No abler Ulan could be found for the place or a better selection made Messrs D P Davis and LA OCon nor spent a couple of hours at Beech t wood the elegant country home of Col Patrick OBrien on Sunday last They were on their way to Versailles Miss Annie Reagan of Anderson hut is visiting her sister Mrs M T Sullivan on Madison street Senator Goebil Democratic candidate for Governor and exSenator Blackburn were in the city Tuesday conferring with political leaders at the campaign head quarters Several additional appointments for speakers were made and the outlook freely discussed The brilliant young orator is drawing exceedingly large crowds every day and paving the way to a big Democratic victory in No vember Senators Goebel and Blackburn will rest from Tuesday until Saturday when they will address their constituents at ElizabethtownMaster McNamara of Lexing ton is visiting his aunt Mrs Kate Mc Namara on North St Clair street Miss Lilly Showalter of the East Ten nessee Telephone Company this city left for a twoweeks visit to Shelbyville Lexington and Georgetown last Monday- A few weeks ago it was rumored that a new Democratic weekly would be started In Frankfort In August A promoter of the scheme told your correspondent yes terday that a deal was now on whereby they could secure an entire plant of their own and publish an independent Demo cratic paperf and as soon as advisable it would be turned Into a dally Frankfort U badly in ned of an tqcJaedaHy T y i Jr = 4 KENTUCKY IRIJIIAMURIWm paper and It would undoubtedly secure t the hearty support of Frankfort businessmen and citizens I Only four years ago all Frankfort thought Gov Brown the best Chief Executive that Kentucky ever hadI Truly time works wonders I Tickets are selling rapidly for the benefit to be given Miss Katie Gibbons and I the indications arc that a crowded house I will greet the little queen of sorig when she makes her third appearance before an I appreciative Frankfort audience Miss Agnes Powers left Monday for a twoweeks sojourn in the country near CincinnatiConsiderable surprise has been manifested by this friends of Col Tobias Downey of Summer Forest neat this city at his nonappearance in town for the past two weeks The mystery was explained by a friend of his this week who states that Tobe makes semiweekly trips toward Versailles but only succeeds in getting within seven miles of Wood fords capital Whom the fair attraction is still remains a secret locked safely within the manly breast of the gallant young Colonel The beautiful sunnier has almost winged its flight and autumn is at hand yet the little god Cupid has visited the beautiful little city among the hills but rarely and although Dame Rumor has during the past six weeks predicted several weddings none as yet have ma1 terialized But your correspondent hopes before many weeks have elapsed to be able to publish time glad tidings that will uniteTwo minds with but a single thought Two hearts that beat as one DJM LEXINGTON JOTTINGS Young Men Had Lots of Fun While at Camp William Goebel Special Letter to the Kentucky Irish American LKXINGTON Aug i Thursday even lug a pretty little dance was given by the Minerva Club at Y M I Hall There was a large crowd present quite a num ber being guests from out of town The visitors were Misses Pearl Murphy and Fannie Richmond of Ashland Sadie Corcoran and Anna Corrigan of Louis ville Agnes Blake of Winchester Margaret Rock of Paris Cora Kelly and Agnes Walsh of Mt Sterling Messrs John McCrea of Newport and Roger Hayes of Donerail The young men who left lastSunday week for an outing on the Kentucky river have all returned to this city hay ing had a most enjoyable time The club was composed principally of memo bers of the Young Mens Institute and they designated their outing place as Camp William Goebel in honor of the candidate for Governor DuViug their stay they entertained quite a number of visitors among them Sam Cassell Rus sell Bishop and George Montjoy The fishing was good Pat Sharkey being the most lucky Dan Crowe and John Galvin the night owls led the war dance every night much to the amusement of some and annoyance of others Tuesday eveings programme was the most interesting of the week the mem bers taking part as follows Address by Ed Rhtfrer on Our Expe perienceChapter from Bill Nye by James J OBrienSong by Red Ike John Galvin Mad ravings of John McCullough by Dan J Crowe- A funny story by Mike McCauhff Speech by Louis Vedder Song by Pat Sharkey Buck dancing by John McGurk Song by C M Sandusky The Battle ship Maine Grand chorus What Will Goebel Do to Them Refreshments servedBlnegrass Ex port made by the Lexington Brewing Company the only kind we use Recitation by Claude Jacobs Old Kentucky Home by Messrs Rhorer OBrien Galvin Crowe Vedder McCaullff Sharkey McGurk Sandusky and Jacobs Indian war dance by all The programme was in three parts and concludedwith a cake walk participated in by Rhorer and Jacobs OBrien and Galvin Sharkey and Crowe McCauliff and the cook and Vedder and McGurk McCauliff and the cook carrying off the prizeBefore breaking camp three cheers were given for William Goebel Russell Bishop aid George Montjoy- I have been in several counties during the past three weeks and from my obser vation I find that there is not the opposi tion to Goebel that some papers would have you believe SIMPUC SIMON ANOTHER PSESENT President John Hennessy is receiving the congratulations of his numerous friends upon the arrival at his home on Oldham street of a young candidate for the Ancient Order of Hibernians Mother and son are doing well and the reception to be held in his honor will prove one of the principal events of the season in Limerick social circles CONDITION IMPROVED Mrs Pat Moran who was knocked down and run over by a wagon at Han cock and Jefferson streets Tuesday after noon has been pronounced out of danger though sheisstill suffering from several severe bruises Her Injuries were at first thought to be very n Ultoi j I tt s1 jJJ I LOCAL LLABOR I The United Trades and Labor Assembly Ignores President Gompqrs Carpenters lVItI Become the Largest Labor Union in This City Labor Day Celebration at Fern Grove Will Be a Rous ing Affair PROMINENT SPEAKERS ARE EXPECTED The representatives of the several or ganizations composing the United Trades and Labor Assembly at a meeting held uponIGompers Federa lion of Labor The rank and file of the trades unionists of Louisville had ear nestly hoped that the existing differences would have been harmoniously adjusted before this as the Central Labor Union had sent a courteous and dignified letter to the delegates of the seceding unions inviting them to return to the legal and representative body There are those who think and with reason that the members of those unions will shortly take the matter in hand and send new delegates to the Central Labor Union as they can not help knowing the uselessness of affiliating with a body that will not be recognized by the American Federation or the national unions Some time ago it was intimated by members of the unrecognized body that they were only awaiting President Gompers decis ion upon their appeal to take steps to heal the breach The Central Labor Union was ready to take whatever action was necessary to comply with the Presi dents ruling and the course of the other body is something ofa disappointment and mystery to those on the outside The Kentucky Irish American deplores this division in the ranks of organized labor which is being encouraged by labors enemies and can only result in harm to the movement and would suggest to the workingmen to thoroughly investigate the matter its it iiow stands believing I they will soon find reason to apply the remedy that will squelch those who stand in the way of the unification and hearty cooperation of the trades unions of this cityLast Sunday afternoon at Becks Hall George Roser President of the Building Trades Council presided over a largely attended meeting rf the carpenters of Louisville who had assembled to hear an address by Albert C Cattermull of Chicago who is a member of the Execu tive Board of the Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America Mr Catter mull is an able and eloquent speaker and for an hour addressed the assemblage telling of the advantages to be derived from membership in the union Among other things he stated that the brother hood had added 8000 members to its rolls this summer while wages have been increased in a large number of cities that Louisville was a progressive city with plenty of building work but the wages of the local carpenters and profits to contractors were far below those of the smaller adjoining towns and cities He attributed the present deplorable condi tion of affairs to the men themselves and begged them to organize assuring them that where there is a good union there will be no strike or labor trouble citing Chicago which has had no strike since 1890 and will have none during the next ten years Ills reference to the giant monopolies ond their taxation of every thing from the cradle to the grave elicited applause which was repeated when he again urged them to organize that their employers might also be freed from the existing unfair competition Thus they might get rid of the illegal industrial grinding The editor of the Kentucky Irish Amer ican also addressed the meeting urging the men to heed the advice of the representative of their national body and call ing upon them to make one earnest effort to improve the condition of their trade The contracting carpenters have had representative cers of the local unions and expressed a willingness for every carpenter lin the city to join the union At the meetings held during the week large numbers were admitted to membership Mr Charles Dietz a leading member organizerto body He commenced work Thursday morning and will continue until every carpenter in the city joins Prices of carpenter work in Louisville have ben cut for several years past anti employers and employes have come to the conclu sion that something ought to be done for the better protection of the trade The working people of the city are eagerly awaiting the arrival of Labor day The crowd that will accompany the Cen teal Labor Union to Fern Grove will be the largest ever seen at that place Old saps with their wives and children and young tneoandtelr sweeUiearJs will be therein thousands and nothing will be lleft undone to make this the most thor oughly Labor day celobrgtionyet beMfIn n 4ayI1 J to this city u- Hon James l P Tarvin has been invited and will likely be one of the orators of the da The candidates for Govenor stay al o be present This I will be the most dignified and respectable observance of Labor ilay in the history of the local labor move eats Gov Bradley issued his procl imation calling the attention of the people to the day requesting all to earnestly unite in make ing it a day of pleasti e and recreation to the toiling thousand in whose honor it has been name- dHIBERNIAN i CONVENTION Delegates Will Represent the United stat s Canada and Ir land Prom the we learn that the DostoUfilQt5 Bo1rd of the Ancient held a meeting at the Putn im House Nantas ket Beach week befo elast the principal business before the b dy being the make ing of final arrangeu ents for the enter i tainment of the delegates to the national convention which will be held in Boston I next May In the absence of lIon E J Slaltery State President one of the I national directors who was at Providence business of the order State ViceIIon I President John W Jlynn of Spring IpresidedI conv ration according to i the county and State Dicers promises to be the largest in the 1historyi of the order I There will he delegat ss present from all ij parts of the United States Canada and I Ireland In connection with the conven non there will be a parade of brothers it front all parts of New England acting as escort to the national officers and deleI gates It was decided at the meeting- i I that the delegates trill be tendered a Buildling I purpose The Ladies Auxiliary will take care of the women who attend the covcution I The delegates will also have a trip down the harbor a trolley ride and other out ings on the evenings of convention week The divisions of the order in Suffolk county will have celebrations in honor of the delegates and will keep open house A ban in Jome of the large halls of Boston is in contemplation RECENT DEATHS Mrs Henry C Green who had been confined to her bed for the past six months at the Fourth Avenue Hotel was reieaseddrotnih iearthlyiBufferiiigs by tlie hand of death last Monday morn I wideII I TheImany survived by her husband and four sons and one daughter Frank Green the popular treasurer of the Temple Theater Ben Harry and Thomas Green and Mrs Charles Cullenwho have the sympathy of the entire community in their sad be reavement The funeral occurred from the Cathedral Wednesday morning and was attended by a large concourse ot mourning friends and relatives Miss Mary McManaman a very highly respected and Christian lady died at the home of parents 1319 West Chestnut street last Sunday afternoon The news of her death was received with sincere sorrow by a wide circle of friends and her aged father and mother have the sympathy of every one in their irreparable loss Her funetrl took place from the Cathedral Tuesday morning the Interment being in St Louis cemetery Edith M Smith the bright thiteen yearold daughter of Mr and Mrs Alonzo Smith of 738 Spring street died at her home Monday She was the idol of her parents who have the sympathy of rela tives and acquaintances ill their bereave ment The funeral took place from St Josephs church Tuesday morning and was largely attended by the former associates of the deceased and friends of the family Miss Nannie Miller aged seventeen years died last Sunday evening at the residence of her aunt Mrs Roberts 1S04 East Main straet The young ladys death was due to an attack of typhoid fever She gave promise of a bright fut ure and her untimely end is regretted by all who knew her The funeral took place Monday and the interment was in St Louis cemetery We regret to announce the death of i Michael Harlan which occurred Sunday night at his home on Story avenue Mr Harlan was just in the prince of life thirtyseven years old and his untimely end caused much sorrow in the East End where he was well known OUTING A SUCCESS The Cathedral outing was a most enjoyable affair From early morning until dusk crowds of mothers and chil dren filed through the gates of Osbornes wools all intent on having a good time On going to press we had not heard who were the lucky winners of the various prizes offered for selling the greatest number of tickets or securing the largest number of chances OPERATION SUCCESSFUL Andy Meaglier a wellknown young man of Liinerick who was removed last week from the residence of his uncle to Sta Mary and EliaaWh Hospital un derwent 1 sticcesrfiiV operation Wednes day He hasthe bes wiohetrofshost Of frlehdiiforV speedy recovery r j o A L Jj 1 t PADUCAH I I Now Claims to Be the Second City in the State and Will Kilter That Class John T Dorian an Irishman One of the Leading Men of the Town The Beautiful Catholic Church Being Erected by Father Tansen EDWARD HANNAN FOR THECOUNCIL Special letter to the Kentucky Irish American PADUCAII Aug 21iThis city has of late been making great progress the volume of business done being greater this year than ever before with prospects of a steady increase and the best evidence that the foregoing is true is to be found in the fact that our merchants and work ing people are all busy With the taking of the census Paducah will enter the list of secotd class cities and if the increase in population continues as it should it will not be long ere she will enter the lists against Louisville as she has many advantages that Louisville does not pos sess To your correspondent it scents strange that capitalists fail to see the great opportunities here afforded for the safe investment of idle money There are fortunes in store for those who invest now in either manufacturing or business enterprises in this thriving city It may interest your readers to know that one of our leading dry goods mer chants is an Irishman John J Dorian Another learning business man is Edward Hannan a bright young IrishAmerican who removed lucre from Louisville nine years ago Mr Dorian whose store is located on Broadway first came toPaducah in 1871 in his seventeenth year a large boy full of energy and selfreliance He was then a traveling salesman Our city and her people impressed him so favorably that he decided to make his headquarters lucre In 1881 he was tendered and ac cepted a profitable position in a Cincinnati Importing house where he remained siz eiriPaf itaHstrn sljtutlter Paducah his adopted home and to the girl of his choice On October 1 1887 Mr Dorian was married to one of our most worthy young ladies and soon returned to our city for permanent resi deuce He embarked in the mercantile business and has retained so strong a moral credit that he has been enabled to conduct a good business on a limited capital Everybody seems to consider the name of John J Dorian ri synoyinn of honor and integrity Mr Dorian is a native of Erins Green Isle and is just ly proud of his race and birthplace His love for his motherland is surpassed only by his fidelity and devotion to the land of his adoption Though pronounced in his opinions he is broad sincere and liberal in fact a good thorough American citizen who understands and duly appreciates our grand institutions for which the Celtic race has contributed so much blood and treasure to establish He has always taken a lively interest in all matters calculated to benefit or aid his countrymen and has for many years been an indefatigable worker for the Catholic Knights and Ladies of America ofPaducahEdward Hannan whose business house is located at 132 South Fourth street is our leading plumber gas and steam fitter and enjoys the esteem and confi dence of the entire community He is well known in your city particularly in the East End where he spent his boy hood He was for several years a member of Division 2 of the Ancient Order of Hibernians of Louisville While his suc cess here has been marked it has also been deserved As in Louisville he is a resident of the First ward the citizens of which have tendered him the nomination for Councilman without opposition While Iaducah may be indebted to Louisville in many ways there is nothing for which she owes so much as the beautiful church designed by Architect Neil Curtin and now being erected by Rev Father Jansen under his direction This city possesses many beautiful churches and a good story is being told regarding this one The old church was indeed a poor one and when the other denominations were building theirs many were the inquiries as to why the Catholics did not follow their example The matter was solved only week before last and then by a pious Protestant lady who was look- Ing at the artistic edifice being erected To her companion she remarked Now you know why Father Jansen did not erect his church before He waited till the others were finished in order that the Catholics might show us how a church should be builtj Add there are others who agree with her St Frances de Sales will be when completed the handsomest and most artistically constructed thurch In the State It is now ready for th roof and the congregation expect to celebrate the Christmas mass in it The church has an excellent location on Broadway and will be a lasting monu meat to the zeal apd energy of Rev Father Jensen and his parishioners Politics are warming up and there will1 be a great outpounug of people whet Gov frOWn taakea W ppearanc here r I C Yi- rI J 4 l I ttJ Y1 l J This city now has four daily papers lone Republican stud three Democratic onlone of which started last week supports Goebel A street fair association was organized by our merchants Wednesday night At the meeting subscriptions aggregating 1000 were plCflellto support the under takingJohn stud Kdward Ward formerly of Birmingham who are members of the Ancient Order of Hibernians and always take great interest in irislt American af fairs are now in the liquor business at Second and Court streets and enjoying a good trade They are known to many in Louisville stud keep the Kentucky Irish American on file Pitxxvntr- uFALL FAIR Monster Parade Will Consti tute One of the Main Features The Louisville Lodge of Elks have inauguratedwhat promises to be the greatest fall celebration ever witnessed in Louisville An association has resulted therefrom composed of a large number of our most progressive and enterprising merchants and manufacturers who will be incorporated for the purpose of con ducting an industrial exposition street fair and midway carnival During the past week several largely attended meetings were held at the Board of Trade where headquarters have been established at which much preliminary work was arranged for Committees have visited other cities with a view to wit nessing those held and reporting their most attractive features that this one might surpass any yet given The fair and carnival will run from October 9I to 24 and one of the features will be a monster parade in which in addition to the police and fire departments all local military civic and labor organizations will be asked to participate There will also be many handsome floats while the city will be brilliantly illu minated stud the business houses gaily decoratedChairman Prank Pehr Secretary W J Hogan and the various committees are hard at work and when the programme is completed it will be published in these columns DANIEL HARNEDY His Host of Friends Regret H1st3epaYture forSan Francisco The surprise of the week in Hibernian circles was the decision of Dan Harnedy to leave Wednesday for San Francisco Though only a resident of Louisville for four years he had made a host of friends in all parts of the city who will sincerely regret his departure Mr Harnedy held the position of clerk for the Illinois Cen tral where his work gave entire satisfac tion but he was ambitious and thought his chances of advancement would be better in the Par West Tuesday night his friends tendered him a reception at the residence of Mr Joe McCarthy 1824 High street where a most enjoyable evening was spent music and dancing being features with an abundance of refreshments and sev eralvocal selections by Pat Price Mr Harnedy was a prominent member of Division 4 of the Ancient Order Hiber nians and Hibernian Knfghts He carries with hint the best wishes of a host of friends who hope for his success and prosperity in the Golden Gate city TRANSVAAL IRISHMEN An Irishman in the Transvaal writing to the Standard and Diggers News of Johannesburg on the allegation that Irishmen on the Rand would be found on the side of England says Every Irishman leaving Ireland carries with him a hatred of the cruel laws en acted by England laws which have derided his forefathers on the altar of God persecuted and ruined them be cause they were actuated by patriotism and devotion to their country It is memories such as these which actuate Irishmen to fight against England all the world over And now when there Isa chance to strike a blow against that arch tyrant the hated Sassanach Irishmen tin the Rand will be found in the front rank among the burgers of the Transvaal Pat has seen too much of Englands land thieving in his own country to support her in despoiling the Boer of his heritage Irishmen in the Transvaal republic will cupport the country of their adoption where they have the same equal rights to worship their God as they have in Ireland under the laws of Chris tian England The Irishman who sends the letter from which this quotation is taken says that the times in Johnnesburg are very bad and that thousands are walking about actually starving He throws the entire blame on the capitalist leaders of the Uitlanders CLEVER RETORT The London Tablet credits an Atneri ree tort A fashionablydressed lady seeing that he was carrying a birds nest with eggs stopped him jnnd exclaimed You wicked little boy How could you rob that nest Think of the poor tnotluergrlevingforthelossofhereggst taheson ydwr hatl It ianottold what th ladY cddto this r t 1 n o w j y ri t1 4 LACE CURTAIN LAUNDRY M We lead and never follow Our work in laundering lace curtains at 20c a pair gives en tire satisfaction Work called for and delivered Flrstclasi serlce MAD BABEY 625 Sec ond St Telephone 2631 THEIRISHLEAGUELie a tionalist Organization In Ireland England Resorting to Repres sive Measures to Retard Its Growth I OBrien and Ills Followers Ac cused of Intimidating Landgrabbcrs ATTACKED FROM THE TORY BENCH A London cablegram to the New York World conveys the intelligence that Leagueisorder to check its further progress the Government is resorting to repressive measures on the ground that the speeches of OBrien and others are calculated to intimidate landgrabbers who have taken farms from which the tenants have been evicted Two newspapersthe Waterford Star and the Tipperary Nationalistand six tenants who are accused of intimidation have been proceeded against for contempt of court and violent harangues against the league have been delivered from the bench by two Tory Judges of the Supreme CourtThese steps are taken in Ireland as the surest indications that the rapid growth of the league is causing apprehension to the British Ministers who see in it the Apostolic successor of the Land and National Leagues and which is certain of development into a formidable electioneering engine at the next general electionIt only living thriving national organization now in Ireland and it has seemingly a clear field before it whlcfi OBrien and Davitt are preparing for a Parliamentary harvest next or the suc ceeding year- Secretary Gerald Balfour naturally wants to check the formation of such an organization for ifa dissolution took place with the Nationalists of Ireland in their present distracted state the result souldbeWereturuto Parliajuetitof a body of unpledged members who would be an unorganized and wasted force in the British House of Commons S 5 JUBILEE TUESDAY Fiftieth Anniversary of the St Joseph Orphan Society Everything is now in readiness for the golden jubilee celebration of the St Joseph Orphan Society which takes place at Crescent Hill next Tuesday from 8 oclock in the morning till 8 in the evening The committee in charge of the jubilee Messrs H A Brinkhaus Michael Reichart Joseph Schildt Joseph Rademaker and theory Bosquet have arranged an interesting programme and invite the friends of the orphans to be present Mayor Weaver will attend unless prevented by the illness of his wife This is one of our citys grandest institu tions and our readers should take advan tage of this opportunity to visit itand have an enjoyable time as one of the leading bands will furnish the music Crescent Hill cars will run every five minutes during the day and evening and refreshments and meals can be obtained on the grounds HONORED BY THE EMERALES One of the most enjoyable parties of the season was given last Tuesday even fug by the Emerald Club in honor of Miss Mollie Glennon a charming and attrac tive young lady from Nashville The affair look place at the residence of MrslAnnie Fitzgerald Nineteenth and Bank streets and music aud dancing served to make the evening a very pleasant one Among those present were Misses Mollie Glennon of Nashville Fannie Riley oftLexington Annie Drone of Ludlow Katie Feeny of Lexington Celia Potter 3 Mayme and Julia Kelly Mollie OHearn Mesdames Joe McCrann Annie Fitzger aId Cuniffe and John Riley of Lexing ton Messrs T J Naughton D J Cole man E Dore D Kennedy G McCrann James P Barry John Kelly John ONeil James Riley of Lexington JOLLY SURPRISE PARTY A delightful surprise party was given at the residence of Mr P Glynn 719 West Oak street in honor of Miss Mayme OHare The young people were entertained with music and dancing and at midnight refreshments were served The following were present Misses Maggie and Mayme OHare Maggie Williams Josephine Bierman DrldgetI Madden Maggie Joyce Nettle Bierman Maggie Wolfe Mayme Bierman Maggie Grogan Mary Agnes Wolfe Maggie Shaughnessy Agness Finn Lottie Leona and Clara Blau Messrs George Rush John Giaconetti George and Henry Listigh Edward Cralle Andrew Biller Will Bryan o Presley Torn Mc Shaughueesy Clare John Grogar JohnWolfe Mr and Mrs J RQaneon Mr and Mrs J Wolfe Mr and Mrs Gllri1IJamtMrand Mrs P Glyjih v r- I I r y I I R- r C I ENIUOKY IRISHu AMERICAN Tt KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGM 111IIIIIINIIIINIIIIIN f Devoted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americana r WILLIAM JMC IIIGGIIMS Pu1311 her M SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY Sc flittered at tile Louisville PostoMlcc os SecondClass Matter Addlcfali1 CO1lmllDlcsllonsto the KENTUCKY IRISII AMERICAN 326 West Green Street Ur LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY AUGUST 26 1899 BUSINESS AND FIUORES Louisville undoubtedly possesses unrivaled advantages of location vtresources and facilities for a com mercial and manufacturing centerSt These facts are announced with a flourish capitalists are urged to make their investments here and occasionally this or that factory is said to have so decided but they dout come Nothing is said of the thousands of capital withdrawn from our manufactures and business and invested in other Stales and the hundreds of workmen leaving here to earn a living else where because they find no work in this dead old town Why Well despite the alleged wealths and large profits of city people and their ability to pay all the taxes of the State as claimed by some of our statesmen business men can not figure out a profit on prop erty or manufactures after paying such a tax rate as 184 to the city 52i to the State and 17 to the county253 per centnor can anyone else who understands any thing about business and figures ABOUT MEATS r The German Reichstag has re jected the bill to modify the law excluding American meat from German ports This law was en acted on the pretence that Ameri can meat was unhealthy and the American law did not require in spection of imports Since the American law requiring such in spection has been enacted and the right of additional German iuspec tionis recognized the United States has sought the repeal or modifica tion of the discrimination ainst American meat The discussion v and result on the question in the Reichstag develop that the real advocates of the measure are Agra rians farmers and their purpose is to exclude competition that they may have a monopoly of Germanys meat market But the result is likely to react in a way that has aroused the German manufacturers R merchants cud steamship lines The United States Government is considering means of retaliation and it is reported will exclude from Amer ican ports German toys and beet sugar Should this be done the loss to Germany will be serious since her beet sugar trade with this country is 30000000 annually on which the German Government col lects 6000000 import tax and suchtaction would stimulate the produc tion of beet sugar in this country the deficit in the meantime being t r sought in Java and other Pacific islands It is probable tha this will cause Germany to open her ports to American meat just as the threatened exclusion of FrenchfaA l wines forced France to do a few Far years ago F It must have been a disagreeable F surprise to the Orange Royalists at Belfast and other places in North IIreland to have their periodical pastime of rioting and mobbing in terrupted by the military who did 1not hesitate to charge the Roy T alists with fixed bayonets arrest ani lock up the ringleaders who wilVJiaye to stand trial before the courts Things have changed in r Ireland when the military are em ployed in suppressing lawlessness and enforcing law and order instead of ejecting and abusing helpless tenants and overawing the people Besides the changed condition has revealed to the Government atfd world who are the real lawless ele went in Ireland for outside tlie ditrictg wh rfthe RoyjihW JG I dominate all is peace the law re spected and the people devoting their energies to industry and developing trade building roads andI public works The report via London ofan alliance of South American republics i against the United States proves to be a fabrication but then English friendship for us is so strong that they are liable to mistakes in their eagerness to forewarn us of impending dangers The sinister minded may discover a different motive in England originating such reports For instance an effort to disturb the friendliness and grow ing tendency to an alliance between the United States and South Ameri can republics with a view to re taining the South American trade which is being steadily diverted from England to the United States Sir Charles Tupper formerly Canadian Conmissioner charges the United States with purposely delaying settlement of Alaskan boundary question for mercenary reasonsthe profits derived by Americans from mining and trad ing in the disputed territory He advises the building of a British railway from Kitimata to Dawson and the passage of a law forbidding any but British subjects from min ing and trading in the Yukon country This would bring mat ters to an issue and your Uncle Samuel would not be slow to meet it in no uncertain waybut those Canucks are only bluffiing The United Trades and Labor Assembly ignore President Gomp ers decision reject the olive branch extended by the Central Labor Union decide to be independent and declare war on the street rail way company despite the compro mise with organized labor and the City Council We regret their course and they have made an unpromising beginning by defying disIwhich gives poor indication of gaining public confidence and sympathy without which labor can not hope for much in this country Who bought Killarney seems to be an enigma but the estate or at least part of it has passed to American control all right When an American wants anything a little matter of a 1000000 will not induce him to let it go especially to foreign flunkies and speculators It is to be regretted that the State campaign has thus early degenerated to personal abuse and billings gate The politicians however will be convinced later on that the people are in no mood to be influenced by vilification and appear to prejudice It may suit Gov Browns oppo nents to ridicule his utterances and impugn his motives but unfortu nately for them the majority of Kentuckians irrespective of poli tics believe Gov Brown tells the truth MISS MARY GODFREY DEAD Miss Mary Godfrey died last Wedues day afternoon at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital from an attack of typhoid fever She was one of the most popular mem bers of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Ancient Order of Hibernians and her many friends and admirers feel keenly her loss Her funeral took place yester day afternoon from St Louis Bertrand church and was largely attended WHITTLINGS openforA lumber dealer may be In his office and out of doors simultaneously Perhaps some wealthy men are chronic Idokftri becaUie they jnre well heeled yo j- t d 1 to r- l v I t J t r James McGrath spent several days at I West Baden T J Gill has returned from his outing at West Baden James McGill was among this weeks visitors at West Baden MissAlice Hickey leaves tomorrow for a twoweeks visit to New York Mrs J Tighe enjoyed a delightful visit to West Baden Springs this week Martin Joyce has returned from a pleasant trip to West Baden Springs Officer Pat Mullen was among the Louisvillians spending the week at West Baden lion Asher G Caruth and wife are making a tour of the Michigan summer resorts Louis Doyle has returned to the city after spending the week at Gtayson SpringsMr Mike Scott of New York is the guest of his cousin Miss Josie Sullivan Oldham street James Bulger is again confined tQ his home on Thirteenth street having suffer ed another relapse Mrs C H Callahan left last week for Michigan where she will spend the bal ance of the summer Mrs Kaiser anrt daughter Henrietta of Eighth street left Thursday for a visit to friends in Cincinnati Misses Nora and Mayme Brown left Wednesday for a twoweeks stay at French Lick Springs Miss Leone Milligan returned this week from an enjoyable visit to friends in Cincinnati and Covington Mr and Mrs Thomas Keaney and Miss Nellie have returned from a pleasant visit to French Lick Springs Mr John McAteer returned home Monday from a most enjoyable trip to Atlantic City and New York Martin Higgins and James Burke have gone to Nashville where they will spend their vacation visiting frierds Hon Matt ODoberty and wife and Miss Annie Kelly are home after spend ing a month in the State of Maine Roger McGrath returned this week from West Baden where he went for a short season of rest and enjoyment Miss Sadie Culin a beautiful Covington girl is visiting the family of Mr John Riley on West St Catherine street Miss Will Riley of West St Catherine street left Tuesday for a threeweeks visit wtth friends in Southern Indiana Mrs J P McKenna and daughter have returned from Lexington and Winches ter where they spent the past two weeks Mr Henry Seibel one of the most popular letter carriers in the Eastern dis trict is off on his annual fifteendays vacation Miss Beezie Hannan will leave next week for Marthas Vineyard and New York to be gone till the latter part of SeptemberThe friends of Mr George Cur ran will be sorry to hear that he is very ill with tpphoid fever at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital Miss Katie McNamara a beautiful Lexington girl was this week the guest of her cousins the Misses Brennan of 1919 West Madison street Miss Julia McCormick left today for West Baden She is one of the most at tractive of this seasons visitors at the Hoosier summer resort Mrs Edward Rafferty and children who have been spending the summer with friends in St Croix Indare ex pected home next week Jim Sexton Eddie Houlihan and Joe Baker left last Wednesday for a fishing trip up the Ohio river They expect to be gone about two weeks Mrs J H Kearns of Lebanon accom panied by Mrs James Tighe and Miss Mary Powers of this city spent the past week at West Baden Ind Misses Minnie and Lillian Kearns of Lebanon were this week the guests of their cousins Misses Mae and Loretta Tighe of West Broadway Mr Edward Cowan the popular tailor has returned from the South and will hereafter be associated with the firm suc ceeding Julius Winter Co Miss Mae Powers who possesses many charms of person and mind was the recipient of much attention during her visit to West Baden Springs Miss Annie E Bain and Mrs Mary Delaney have returned to the city after a very pleasant visit to their sister Mrs John J Brown of Shelbyville Among the Louisville people at French I Lick Springs thlaweekwere Mrs James T Duffy accompanied by Misses Lila and ray and Capt James Tf Duffy Jr MiM Millie MJnogu accompanied by1 4 i7 t7 f 1 i 1 i I I leCtIMisses Maggie and Mary Joyce and Master Edward Wolfe have returned home after a most enjoyable twoweeks visit to Sulphur Springs and St Croix Ind Mrs Finuegan of West Green street left Thursday morning for Cincinnati where she will visit friends She was accompanied by her little daughter Miss Nellie Miss Agnes Dugans many friends in this city will be pleased to learn that she is expected home next week from St Louis where she has been spending the past two years Dan J McDonald many friends will regret to learn that lie had to cease work this week becuase of serious illness He was reported unable to leave his home 25G East Main street Dominick Burke who has been serious ly ill for some weeks past at his home at Eighth and St Catherine streets is re ported somewhat better and his speedy recovery is now looked for Mrs John Riley of Lexington has been visiting her Louisville friends this week and has been handsomely enter tained by Mrs Annie Fitzgerald of Nineteenth and Bank streets Mrs S G McConnell of 1025 Brook street who has been visiting relatives in Rising Sun Ind has returned home She was accompanied by Mrs John Toohy who will make her a short visit Misses Sarah and Mary Claire of 1641 Suuthgate street who are very popular in West End society circles left Sunday for Indianapolis where they will spend two weeks as the guests of Mrs Michael McGlynn Miss Stella McGrave who has been the guest of her aunt Mrs Annie McNamara Third street for several weeks has re turned to her home in Cincinnati While here the fair visitor was given much social attention Thomas J Riley last week visited West Baden for a season of rest and recupera tion He was accompanied by his wife There is no one more popular there than Mr Riley who is known to nearlyall who visit the Springs Invitations were this week issued for the wedding of Mr George E Porter and Miss Agnes Swann both well known and popular in local society circles The ceremony will be solemnized at St Mary Magdalen church Tuesday morning Sep tember 6- Nothing better pleases those who visit Jim Ross at Eighth and St Catherine streets than to find him in a singing mood as Jim has a splendid tenor voice and is a singer of no mean ability He has had several offers from church choirs but had to decline on account of his business Officer Tom Brown of this city who is well known in Hibernian circles was married last Wednesday in Madison Ind to Miss Nellie McLaughlin a popular young ladof that place After the cere mony the young couple left for a bridal trip to Cincinnati On their return they will begin housekeeping in this city One of the most delightful entertain ments of the midsummer season was that tendered the members of the UptoDate Club by Miss Maggie Kennedy at her home The evening was most enjoyably spent and at midnight the charming hostess seated her guests to an elegant and bounteous supper Among themem bers present were Misses Mayme Kelly Lottie Sullivan Katie B Sullivan Jewell Kelly Dora Brown Maggie Kennedy E Nugent Alice Hanley of Cincinnati Messrs Charlie Boyle Edward OBryan Edward Zimmerly Edward Dore D J Kennedy D Coleman J Kehoe of Jef fersonville Joe McCrone and Will Miller One of the most pleasant events of the past week was the marriage Mr John Arnold and Miss Mayme Morau which was solemnized on Wednesday evening August 10 at 9 oclock at St Charles Boromeo church the Rev Charles P Raffo officiating The bride was handsomely gowned in Paris muslin and carried a bunch of brides roses Miss Maggie Moran sister of the bride was made of honor and was gowned in a be coming dress of Paris muslin Mr John Arnold is a wellknown contractor and both the young people are popular in business and social circles The couple will board for a short time at 1113 Du mesnil street where they will be pleased to receive their many friends A delightful surprise party was ten dered Miss Minnie Ryan last Friday evening at the residence of her aunt Mrs M J Minogue 1229 Rogers street Music and dancing were the features of the early evening after which an elegant spread was served Among those present were Misses Katie Burke Katie Glass Mollie and Nora Minogue Emma Collins Maggie and Mary Reilly Lulu and Mayme Trebing Mamie Maloney and Minnie Ryan Messrs Joe Murphy Phil Camfield Mike Moran Will Ford Jim Burke Frank McGovern Jas Minogue Jake Trebing Morris Kennedy Edward Smith Tom Cochran John Long Jim Hendricks Dennis and Henry Minogue and Mr and Mrs William Minogue The evening was a most enjoyable one A woman wino Jefueeo to divulge a byotherY 4- Yl t rtii r yr 1 1t i lTI IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges I Since the introduction of the electric tram system in Cork there has not been n serious accident The marriage of the Karl of Longford and Lady Mary Villiers will take place on Wednesday November 8 John Mulligan died at his residence in Cavan after a long Illness deeply regret ted The funeral was held at the Cavan Cathedral August 7 Dr T F OConnor for many years connected with the Dublin Freemans Journal has severed his connection with that paper to enter the medical profes sionThe First Battalion of the Royal Mun ster Fusileers stationed at Kilworth Camp Fermoy received orders to be in readiness to proceed to South Africa last MondayPatrick Nugent Jr died at the resi dence of his father Francis street Dub lin to the inexpressible grief of his large circle of friends His remains were in terred in Glasnevin August 8 Great sorrow was caused by the death of Mrs Esther Murtagh widow of the late William Murtagh at her home in Dublin Her funeral took place from St Teresas church Tuesday morning August 8 It will be interesting to composers who intend to compete for prizes in connection with the Feis Ceoilthe Irish musical festival of 1900to know that the last day for receiving compositions is January 1 1900 With the return of fine weather re newed hope has come to the agricultur ists of Muskerry There is a richness and luxuriance observable wherever the eye turns and the prospect of rich crops is now almost a certainty- A clinical class for nurses is to be es tablished in connection with Limerick Union This will enable the guardians to have half the salaries of trained nurses recouped by the Treasury and it will be the means of providing efficient care for the sick In the union The wheat barley and oat crops in Queens county and Kildare are said to have suffered considerably from the re cent heavy rains The cereals are so much lodged and beaten in places as to render serious damage to the qualityof the corn almost certain The nightwatch system is still a burning topic of discussion in Limerick and it is hard to convince at least one Town Councillor that there is such a body in existence at all even though the night vigils are regularly kept by the custodians of the streets after dark The late severe storms did much dam age at Thurles From several localities comes intelligence of loss to animals and property Nine head of cattle the prop ertyof Michael Hayes were killed on the field and burned The crops were very much damaged about the town The death took place at the work house on Wednesday of Michael Ryan aged 102 years He was a native of Mur roe and was a school teacher of the old type From his eightieth birthday he spent his days in the workhouse He retained his faculties to the last Two lads named OBrien residing at Duagh Abbeyfeale and aged respectively ten and twelve years were accidentally drowned in a quarry in the neighborhood while bathing The elder boy was dis covered fully dressed the little fellow having apparently attempted the rescue of his brother when he also lost his life Our Irish exchanges say the Bray show has come and gone and all who visited it on either of the three days of its duration must express the opinion that an im provement was apparent in many of the classes of exhibits The attendance upon the second day was very large close upon 4000 persons being present during the afternoonThe Michaels Rowing Club has been successfully started and an ener getic committee appointed to conduct its affairs A boat house with be erected on the pier at the docks formerly held by the Shannon Rowing Club This new addition to rowing clubs of Limerick promises to be one of the strongest in point of numbers- A sad accident occurred at Black Rock near Balbriggan by which John Meeke a respected exhead Constable of Dublin lost his life He went out to bathe and though an expert swimmer the ebb tide took him out to sea His cries were promptly answered and with much diffi culty he was gotten into a boat and brought ashore where he died imme diately afterward This year the annual convention of the Irish National Foresters was held at Greenock and to inaugurate the pro ceedings a procession took place on last Saturday Representatives of the order were present from various quarters and local and district friendly societies also took part The procession paraded the principal streets of the town and attracted a good deal of notice As the season progresses the number of excursionists who leave Belfast for the various northern seaside resorts seems to increase On Saturday last the Belfast County Down Railway CQmpany carried over their line about 3000 people the Great Northern Company upward of 5000 pleasure seekers and the Northern Counties Railway Company accounted for over 4500 people on pleasure bent During the second week in August Ire land was visited by a series of violent lightning 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gPAMYWLVWMV A rw PMAI MMM+ MMMMM l0MY N VM Golden Jubilee Celebration OF THE ST JOSEPH ORPHAN SOCIETY TUESDAY AUGUST 29 Crescent Hill cars run every five minutes L N U R trains leave depot atI groundsiFriends of the orphans are cordially invited to be preeent on this occasion Meals and Refreshments Served on Grounds Good Music in Attendance BUCKINGHAMFinest Vandetlllo Theatre in America WEEK SUNDAY MATINEE AUGUST 20- BONTONBURLESQUERS And the American Vitograph Companys llarreloni Reproduction of th- eFITZSIMMONSJEFFRIES FIGHT NO ADVANCE IN PRICES Mtttlneei nndayt Monday Wednesday Saturday WANT ADVERTISEMENTS WANTEDEither a parochial or district school by Catholic man capable also of teaching thoroughly Latin French and Spanish Address L care Kentucky Irish American WANTED Parochial school by a lady of many years experience a good mu sician and willing to add music and drawing to the curriculum and assist inI Kentuckyirishy HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes None of the divisions meet this week The Ladies Auxiliary meets tomorrow afternoonDivision 1 received one application last Tuesday evening Another division has been organized in Boston with 150 members Division G7 of Roxbury Mass was in stituted last Sunday evening lop concerts and dances are now being given by the ladies auxiliaries in the EastThe Hibernians of the East will gener ally observe Laborjlay with outdoor ex ercisesDivision 4 elected two new members and initiated John Kearns Wednesday eveningJohn P Hellons appointment on the Finance Committee of Division 4 was a goodone The Ladies Auxiliary are preparing to give another of their enjoyable enter tainments in September National President Keating will de liver the principal address at the great Irish picnic to be held in Milwaukee to dayPresident Tom Keenan was missed Tuesday evening as were many other regular attendants at the meetings of Division 1 Bob Mitchell floes nothing by halves He presented three applications to Division 4 Wednesday evening Thats the work that counts At the recent picnic of Division 2 of Utica N Y the most amusing feature was a game of base ball by nines composed only of fat men- The County Board will hold its next meeting Wednesday evening August 30 and President Murphy requests the pres ence of every member There should be a large attendance at the division meetings next month The initial steps may be taken for a monster St Patricks day celebration The Ancient Order of Hibernians pays sick claims with greater promptness than any other organization in this city The membership is rapidly increasing every where new divisions being formed almost weekly and the name could be said of ICtnUtckywerd the traany excellent feat trit 1t jo niffl ures of this noble order morn generally knownThose members who have not been at tending the meetings of their divisions are expected to be present next month to give reasons for their abseuce- A number of members in Duluth are talking of forming a company of Hiber nian Knights in that city where the order is now numerically strong The Hibernians of Providence R I have appointed committee to arrange for the visit of National President Kent ing who is expected some time in Oc toberGeorge Flahiff was unable to be present Wednesday evening the first meet ing he has missed for a long time His office was acceptably filled by John P HellonLouis D Perranda has returned from Central City to accept a position with the Bergen Meehan Company He was warmly received by his brother Hiher nians Tuesday night The Ladies Auxiliary of Bridgeport Conn have under consideration a nice and novel entertainment to be given in October The details will be printed later for the auxiliaries of this and adjoining StatesJohn Swift made several excellent sug gestions at the meeting of Division 4 Wednesday night His ideas are upto date and practical and if put into effect would add many new members to the orderDivision 30 of Boston will have a field day on September 4 John R Dalton of Division 30 who is doing over 140 feet with the hammer will try conclusions with James B Coffey who is the coming champion of the world The list of sports consists of foot races sack races half and mile runs high and long jump hammer shot and fiftysix pound weight There will also be a base ball game and a hurl ing and football game for the champion ship of New England An effort is being made to secure the attendance of William J Bryan to speak on Imperialism RIVERVIEW Music and Dancing Nightly at This Popular Summer Resort With the opening of the new driveway to Western Park llost Wednesday Col Lum Simons inaugurated new order of timings at his delightful summer resort Riverview Park There will be music and dancing every night during the week except Sunday when there will be a reg ular concert Riverview is swept by cool river breezes and is a favorite resort of the best people growing in popularity every day The dancing pavilion is one of the best in the city and this will afford devotees of terpsichore an excellent opportunity to form dancing parties and pass many pleasant hours at this delightful place We would suggest that if any ofour readers have not yet visited Riverview they go down and see the wonderful im provements Col Simons has made The ride will prove enjoyable DUBUQUe CARNIVAL Mr Mike Hickey the genial proprie tor of the Paradise will leave shortly for Dubuque to attend the great fall races and fistic carnival to be held there While in that city Mr Hickey will be the guest of Chief of Police Hugh Morgan and Deputy City Clerk John McKih cityp66ciasu 4tiryt f y fl fiI f Iif of THE REDHfHRED GIRLpIi Q011m1al J4 Now I am not a flirt I wish that to be clearly understood at the outset but there was something wonderfully fascinating about the red hair and bewitching eyes of that girl But I must begin at the beginning It happened two years ago just before I was a qualified doctor and A M I spent a great parjof that summers vacation at Ballater because Letty and her mother had gone there for a change and as Letty and I ere engaged naturally we liked spending most of our time together About September 21 however we all returned to Aberdeen and I resolved to spend the remaining part of my holidays in the Buchan district white I had a few friends So after saying goodby to Letty for what seemed an interminable period though it was only for a fort nightI look the train for Mintlaw The Buchan trains are slow but sure and the scenery not specially interesting so I was gladenough to arrive at Maud where the energetic stationer shouted out at the top of his voice New Maudl Change for Fraserburgh We waited till the Praser burgh and Peterhead trains arrived and then we started again Soon afterward I arrived at Mintlaw where I was met by iny friend who for convenience sake I shall call George WhiteOld Deer which lies barely two miles from Mintlaw Station is one of the pret I tiest villages in Buchan It nestles snugly in a hollow surrounded and sheltered by I many trees and beautified by the neigh i boring estates of Pitfour and Alden and by that wellknown stream the Ugie It was also an admirable center for a cyclist and as the weather was good White and I took long spins together It was toward the end of harvest and although stooks were still standing in a few fields roost farmers had already finished leading and it was assuredly the time for mealandales Now I had never been at one of those functions so after spending a delightful 1 visitIGeorge promised there would be some fun Hnrnhill was one of the largest farms in the district and this year the mealaud ale was tobe a big affair The evening came We drove over rather late and when we got there the dancing had begun A wooden floor had been laid in the immense barn the walls were decorated with flags and flowers and ripe corn and at one end was a raised platform for the fiddlers At the other end of the room a huge pole had been stuck upon the top of which was the clyack sJeafall dressed with bright scarlet and blue ribbon White introduced me to his host a short joviallooking man and to his two daughters Miss Kate had Euimy Smith and several others but directly I entered the barn I became conscious of a girl with flaming red hair dressed in paleblue muslin who although dancing at the time kept looking at me with her great eyes till I felt a queer thrill go through me and a feeling as if somewhere before I had seen that girl- I was standing by Miss Smith I tried to give her all my attention You know Mr Keith this is really the servants night she was saying but we always invite a few of our own friends too Then we dance here till 12 oclock and after 12 father makes it a rule that the rest of us must go into the house and leave the others to enjoy it better by themselves they keep it up till 5 in the morning and sometimes even till 6 Tell me I said more hurriedly than politely who is that lady dressed in paleblue dancing with the tall dark gentlemanMiss laughed slightly The tall gentleman is my brother and the girl my dearest school friend Miss Nora Stuart Shall I introduce you Although fascinating in a certain way I thought of Letty and did not particu larly wish an introduction but now I could not well refuse and soon I was dancing with the redhaired girl There was an indescribable something that made her very attractive and kept me by her side and again and again as she talked she made me think that I had met and known her somewhere before but memory would not help me And soon I did not think of that but felt only happy to live in the present and know her and talk to her now The hours flew swiftly by I had danced with her nearly the whole even ing and scarcely left her side Twelve oclock came Miss Stuart and I were in the garden The harvest moot was shining brightly anti from the barn came the distant music of the fiddles and con certinas We walked along time narrow pathThe roses are almost over she said Oh nol There is one yet The last rose of summer It is a yellow one Let me get it for you U Thank you She stuck it in her dress You know shesqld laughingly I amso fond of roses but I can never wear themArtlessly V she touched her hairand I understood It was not even auburn it was decidedjy red butjmt then I thought it the most beautiful Rhad ever seen It is a great misfortune she went on liOn the contrary itisa blessing I hastened to replytThat is just my favorite color and I think it very beauti ful and I also think a blue muslin gown the prettiest in all tie world when a cer tain person wears it MtI Letty was far away I had completely forgotten her existence rVou flatterer she said smiling Then she tapped her foot impatiently upon time ground and frowned But men are aUalikettiev have no con tossedabout by every frech foci tb y area I Have op- J s patience with them none Come let us go into the house I caught her hand Goodness knows what II weIheardI approached us and I thought of Letty and felt thankful for their presence II Soon afterward White and I drove back to Old Deer together and next day I went retrainingdaysAt first my thoughts were full of that redhaired girl and every time I went out I hoped to meet her I cycled up to Old Deer three days running and once even called at Barnhill where I was enter tained at tea by Miss Smith and her sis ter who informed me that their friend Miss Stuart had gone home holidaybroughtbegan to long to see her again And when at last I took the train to Aberdeen I saw that the other had only been a passing fancy and that I had been led on by a bold designing girl and that after all I cared for Letty only- I had written her only the day before so I knew she would be expecting me journeysclusthouse on Queens Cross- I was getting impatient I quickened my pace I almost ran When I was shown into the pretty drawing room Letty was there alone She wore a white dress that I had always admired but she did not run to meet me witha little glad cry as I expected She only stood up and held out her hand coldly I kissed her but she did not re turn the caress Letty dear arent you glad to see me again You have dressed for me alone I know though you do not wetI thought you admired paleblue Joe that was the reason I dressed in white That made me think of that horrid red haired girl I really began to dislike her Why do you say that dear You know I always like you in white And why arc you so cold and indifferent Have I changed I do not think so and you are just the same except for your coldness I glanced at her fair hair The sun shining in from a side window put a touchof gold in it I raised my hand and gently pushed back a stray curl that hid her eyes from mite She shrank from my touchDont sue said emphatically Red is your favorite color you know I won der you can bear to look at my ugly fair tressesI almost giddy with astonishment How I hated that redhaired girl I hate red I cried vehementlyIII detest it- Men are all alike They have no con stancy whatever Their fancy is taken by every fresh face they see I have no belief in them none With which words spoken quickly and angrily Letty rushed out of the room and the door shut behind her with a little bangI dazed and perplexed I had heard almost the same words before and now I felt as if I could have murdered that red haired girl- I got up slowly and looked once again around the dear room How familiar everything seemed and perhaps I might never see it again Then I went to the door and on opening it came face to face withthat redhaired girl- I staggered back Was I mad Was this all a horrible dream I clutched the back of a chair for support Coolly the girl held out her right hand She wore the same halfevening dress of paleblue muslin and fastened by a gold pin Near her throat was a yellow withered rose How do you do Mr Keith I could stand this no longer I took a quick step past her and reached the stair IIJoe Joe Dont go Dont you know me I looked round just as I reached the foot The redhaired girl had taken off htr hair and underneath were Lettys own fair tresses She was laughing and crying by turns and of course I rushed back and took the dear girl in my arms Didnt I make up my cheeks and eye brows beautifully Joe she asked after a time And dont you think I act well Time Smith girls were school friends of mine and we made it up together Then again sure said III do not know if I can trust you now dear A little more and you would have proposed to me as the redhaired girl and then you would have been engaged to twonoyes to two girls- I do not see how it you and the red haired girl are one you cant be two and so I would have only been engaged to one girla thing every man has a right to be And I think you can safely trust me for not many girls throw themselves at gen tlemens heads in the shameless way that redhairedIf dare to say another word I shall never forgive you But afterward I often said to Letty what I believe to be true and what I said to the redhaired girlthat her blue mus lin gown is the prettiest in all the world when a certain person wears itAnswers A public meeting was held on Friday evening a week ago in the Town Hall Maryboro P Kelly presiding for the purpose of protesting against the threat ened unjust eviction of Richard Dalton fowl merchant by his landlady a Mrs Devitt of Dublin There was a large at tendance of householders After discus sing the case which was the immediate cause of the meeting it was unanimously resolved to form a House League for the protection of those householders who are unprotectedIby leases Speeches were delivered by time Chairman and T ONeill J J Aird M Carey and others The Chairman read a letter which he had sayingtown tenants as soon as possible l t A I v tv 4 t q1 j 1 J THErKENTUCKY J IRISH AMERICANHas upon its Third Volume The promises made to its readers and friends in the first issue have been faithfully observed and its circu lation has enjoyed a steady growth This should be increased in the future until it is read in the home of every IrishAmerican in Kentucky and adjoining States The Ken tucky Irish American for the coming year willmake features of Irish News Church News Society News Home News 1 Labor News Sporting News It is a FirstClass Weekly Journal which is printedand mailed on Fridays so that its city readers may take advantage of the announcements it contains and be directed where to make their Saturday purchases This will result in great benefit to our r advertisers who should remember the fact4 that it has the Official Indorsement of the CENTRAL LABOR UNION And the Representatives of the Trades Unions of Louisville me soDscriDtion Price IS ONLY 1PER YEAR IInvariably in advance and for this small sum we promise to continue to issue one of the brighest cleanest newsiest Irish American newspapers in the United States We will endeavor to furnish our readers a fearless liberal and honest publicationone that may be relied upon for its every word SUBSCRIBE NOW X z X AdvertisersWill serve their interests best by sending in y 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 circulationeamong the best class of our citizens r Address all Correspondence and Business Communi cations to the KENTIICKYI IRISHH AMERICANM m 326 WEST GREEN STREETj j 7 i 4 1Ya I 11 1 I NTUCI Y IRISH A1MRICAN UNDIMINISHED In the Love Which Lies Deep in the Hearts of Irishmen for r the Heroes of M8 I M Thousands Upon Thousands At tend time Wolfe Tone Me mortal Services i Trades Unionists Conspicuous by the Numbers tit Which They Turn Out ALL CLASSES ASKED TO CELEBRATE 4t Although in point of numbers it could y scarcely bear comparison with the great meeting held in the city twelve months since at the laying of the foundation stone of the Wolfe Tone monument yet it must be admitted on all sides that the demonstration was a striking proof of the earnestness of the citizens to fittingly honor as far as is possible the memory of Tone and the men of 08 The gathering was large and orderly and there was an apparent earnestness and determination displayed by those taking part in it that augurs well for the complete success of the great movement which they have taken in hand The trades unionists were as usual in all Na tionalist movements in the city conspicu ous by the numbers in which they turned out while the number of city bands present was large From before noon Stephens green presented an ani mated appearance The processionists were constantly arriving and taking up their places The ranks were formed in a very brief time and shortly after 1 oclock the whole body moved off On the roads and sidewalks thousands of people gathered to look on and the dif ferent streets through which they passed were lined with spectators The founda tion stone of the proposed statue was an object of especial interest and a beautiful heather wreath from McArts fort where tlie compact was made between Tone and the others before his mission to France which was placed on the stone was picked at and plucked by many who were anxious to display sprigs of it in their hats or coats The procession was led by the mounted Foresters who carried the two beautiful flags presented by the Daughters of Erin Association last year Then followed the Executive of the 98 Club in their car and the Gas Employes Brass Band Next followed 500 of the Boys Brigade front Church street with their brass and bugle bands The little fellows each wearing a blue sash and carrying a white haversack made a brave show and their manly bearing was the object of universal admiration Then came the Dublin 98 clubs twentynine in number The second section was r headed by the Dublin Trades Council followed by seventysix trades and labor unionsThe third section was composed of bodies not represented inthe order of the reprof sentatives and delegates from the County Councils Many of the banners carried were of a magnificent kind and the picturesque costumes of the Irish Na tional Foresters were much admired At 115 oclock the signal to march was given and a short time later the head of the procession reached the site of the proposed memorial on passing which each of the bands played The Memory of the Dead Then they turned into I Grafton street passing the house which was once the meeting place of the United Irishmen Trinity College was next t reached where Tone Emmet and Moore spent their early days From Westmore land street OConnell bridge was reached a spot remarkable as the place of execu tion of Dr Esmond and several of the United Irishmen In Middle Abbey street the site of the old Press office was passed and further on in Stafford street the birthplace of Tone A little later the procession came in view of the site of Old Newgate where Lord Edward the brothers Sheares and several of the lead ers of the 98 48 and 07 movements suffered execution Smithfield the scene of the uprising in Dublin in 1708 was next reached and then the military prison of Arbor Hill where Wolf Tone Teeling and Matthew Tone were im prisoned and below which is the Crop pies Acre where so many of the brave United Irishmen sleep On passing this spot the procession halted for a short time the bands meanwhile playing The Memory of the Dead Prom here the r procession passed on to Montpelier Hill and Infirmary road and reached the park within an hour and a half after leaving Stephens green Nothing couldexceed the orderliness and regularity maintained throughout and no incident occurred on the route which could in the slightest detract from the importance bf the occasion t Letters expressing regret at not being present were read from John Redmond William Field John Dillon F Allan and othersThe Chairman W J Ryan in addressing the meeting said that today with l none the less enthusiasm than that dis played twelve months ago the people of Dublin had manifested that they had not repented of the pledge they then made and that they were firmly resolved that i the Wolf Tone memorial stone would not be itself a monument of an idle dream ami an unfulfilled promise They had 1 gathered there to say that they meant to erect a uonument to Wolfe Tone and the pied Swhom he ted and the men who n fought and bled for Ireland and for very mob who shouldered pick or musket for Ireland in the year 98 Last telir they said they were gathered to getfatr representative of all parties and ithiewartheyshould know no party abd that no man who took Laud with r D r- y 2rr IIvINDORSED BY Z7 THE CENTRAL LABOR ONION 1 the Kentucky Irish American is steadily growing in favor with its readers to the public is evidenced by the action of the Central Labor Union IIThat meeting in giving this paper its indorsement which is the more and appreciated because unsolicited and unexpected The publisher is and will endeavor to merit this additional recognition Our friends will 0 h be pleased to learn that the proposition favoring the indorsement was unanimously adopted by the delegates of both bodies The preamble and resolutions adopted by the 40Whereascity relative to the Central Labor Union and organizations represented therein and 11 Vltcreas The Kentucky Irish American has always been a consistent and unbiased champion of the trades union movement therefore be it 4 Q Resolved That the Central Labor Union indorse said Kentucky Irish American as the official newspaper of this body i Q andallp 40communicatedQ AOp 4 222o g I17vg S s them should hope that sonic benefit would accrue to faction or some advan tage would be secured for a presentday party today they hold that here the love which lies deep in the heart of every Irishman no matter what may be his present day designation that the love ofI country and feeling of brotherhood among Irish Nationalists should find its purest manifestation They pledged themselves then to act as Wolfe Tone would have desired them to forget their petty differences and to express their love for dear old Ireland and say no purer or baser motive should inspire their hearts and direct their movements Through a period of considerable trouble the Wolf Tone Association load done its best to adhere to the programme then set forth but it was true there had been disconcerting elements at work The ne cessity for the carrying out of the local government act had prevented them from entering into the work of organization in the country and local associations had been engaged in the work of erecting memorials of local heroes or to the gal lant soldiers of the French republic who came to Ireland Each of them had their own opinion of presentday politics but all were united in the one belief of Irish nationalityand of Irelands right to con trol her own destinies and on that they valued not one brass farthing the opinion of any other nation on Gods earth They stood there in the strictest sense inde pendent of all outside influences Their bond among themselves was the bond of love for Ireland and love of those who had served her with devotion Today they would utter no word of offense to brother Irishmen they were not formed to make the nucleus of any new platform but a platform upon which all men could stand and declare they loved Ireland and that now as ever they hated English rule Today they had proof of the evidence and growth of Nationalist opinion rather than its decadence in the fact that they had in their procession in well ordered array and with every evidence of training which did credit to their teachers COO of the Dublin Boys Brigade from Church streetan evidence that though they were formed as a religious organiza tion yet their religion was not divorced from the spirit ofnationality It was a proof of the uprising of Nationalist feeling It was time now that the mournful keens for national decay should cease and that more jubilant feelings should take their place Today they were gathered to initiate a practical movement for the extension of the work they had in hand It was all very well to indulge in prom ises and to express loyalty to the principle but they wanted the principle inter preted in hard cash They wanted the monument erected and the work carried out in a practical fashion and they did not want men to describe their attitude as splendid stupidity They to prove to their Saxon as well wantedI home critics that in this matter they were teen of practical minds and stern pur pose and they would exclude no man who was prepared to do an honest days work fpr Ireland They wanted no dis turbing elements introduced into the movement but they would not now criti cise those who would do so They had made their protest in a way that could not be cavilled at und they declared that no matter what other monuments may be erected or other movements initiated they would express no open hostility or exercise any covert hostility but they would declare as they had pledged them selves to erect this monument to Wolfe Tone they would carry through that work in spite ofall obstacles They asked the people of Dublin to take their share in the practical portion of the work and they asked Irish Nationalists of all classes to come together and honor the great Irish republicans of 98 In passfrontcal adherence to the movement by their subscriptions and to aid in the work of organization in their respective districts P W Corrigan proposed that time un selfishness displayed the sufferings en dured and the great sacrifice made by Wolfe Tone and the United Irishmen in their efforts to restore Ireland to her rightful place as a free and independent sovereign State render it the manifest duty of all freedom loving Irishmen irrespective of creed or class to facilitate the work of speedily erecting a national memorial to their memory and we there fore appeal to our fellowcitizens to promptly and liberally subscribe to this great national project He referred to the fact that twelve nistrationgreat number of years and that demon thefoundatlopmorial The resolution he had readcame to the practical part of the work tGey had to o1t appealed to the workingmen anil women of tthe city of Dublin to sub r 1 f t 1- y jt tf tiIjf CENTRAL LABOR UNION OFFICERS President James McGill Vice President J W Stevens Corresponding Secretary Xeno M Second street Recording Secretary T J Hennessy Financial Secretary Charles Peetz Treasurer William A Pool Sergeant at ArmsNelson Greet DirectorsWalter1I scribe not their pounds but their pence to make the monument to Tone and the United Irishmen and the men who sacri ficed their lives in 98 a success They found ample evidence throughout the country of the spirit both of religion and nationality of the Irish race and if they looked at those magnificent churches erected to time glory of God they would find that it was not the pounds of the rich that erected them but the pence of the poor They were humble individuals carrying on this movement not for any clique but in the broad spirit of nation ality They made Itime platform of the Wolfe Tone memorial so broad that any Irishman worthy of the name of an Irish man could stand on it It was not to the rich or to the men that were hunting after titles but the honest workingmen and women they appealed to subscribe the means to erect a monument that would be worthy of Wolfe Tone The Executive had been taunted that they were not respectable Certainly they were only poor workingmen but in the history of this country there had not been such an organization carried on with less money expended The most of the work was done for love The honorary Secre tary had worked many nights practically into the early hours of the morning to forward the movement Last years or ganization including all the clerical and other work all over the country cost about X300 and the majority of that ex penditure was in postage Any money that was subscribed would be lodged for the purpose for which they subscribed it namely to erect a monument to Wolfe Tone and any organization no matter how small from which a subscription would come would have a perfect right to examine the books and see the way time money was spent No man belonging to the committee wanted to receive a fat salary out of it All they wantedwas barely time amount of money to erect time monument and they looked to the workingmen and women of the country to subscribe the money John Simmons Secretary of the Trades seconded the resolution He felt that he would be wanting in his duty as an Irish man if he were not present that day to do all he could to further the cause which they had all at heart He had done his little part in conjunction with some of his friends present for the erection of the Wolfe Tone monument and the propaga tion of the principles of time stem of 98 As an humble follower in the wake of the men of 08 he said they would be a na tion of ingrates if they allowed this stone which had been laid at the top of Grafton street to remain unhonored without the superstructure The Irishmen in Eng land had aided the undertaking He had been through England in connection with the Wolfe Tone memorial movement and he found that the earnestness with which the matter had been taken up there by Irishmen lead not been emulated to a sufficient extent by the Irish men at home If this project was allowed to rest the onus would lie on the Irish men here Tine demonstration last year was the greatest that was seen in Dublin since the days of the volunteers Tone was a great soldier Napoleon Bonaparte said that Tone was a soldier in every sense of the word He was a man worthy of the creed and principles of Irishmen and worthy to be commemorated an Irishman The principle of commemo rating his memory belonged to no sec tion class or party The very Conserva tives in time Dublin corporation had com mitted themselves to the fact that the proudest position that the city of Dublin could allot and its corporation could award was to give the site selected for the erection of a monument to Wolfe Tone A heavy responsibility was placed upon the shoulders of Irishmen to see that this monument was completed Irishmen all over the worldwould watch how far the Irish at home would fulfil the dictum which had been placed upon them in per petuating the memory of Wolfe Tone and the United Irishmen The principles of the men of 08 48 65 and 07 were stilt alive and they were there to vindi cate them References had been to the local government bill and the conces sions resulting from it but the foundations of all those gains had been laid for them by the Irish martyrs of the periods he had mentioned He hoped the men of W and11900 would not be behindhand ini carrying out the pdueiplsaolhemetf f 0 i J f 0f otln J t f Z 0 of 98 and 67 They should remember what their national poet had said Far dearer the grave or the prison Illumed by one patriots name Than the trophies of all whove risen On libertys ruins to fame OJ FREE AT LAST Fitzharris and OHanlon Are Released From British Dungeon o Dublin dispatches of Tuesday state that Earl Cadogan Lord Lieutenant of Ire land has signed time expected order re leasing from Marlborough jail James Fitzharris alias Skin the Goat who in May 18SIJ was sentenced to penal servitude as an accomplice in the murder on May IIi 1882 in Phoenix Park Dublin of Lord Prederick avendish Chief Secretary for Ireland and T H Burke Per manent Under Secretary who were assas sinated by stabbing by four men known as the Invincibles An order of release was also signed in the case of Laurence OHanlon sentenced to penal servitude for attempting to murder members of the jury engaged in the trial of persons charged with murder in November 1882 Pitzharris and OHanlon left the jail Tuesday evening THEATRICALS Time second week of the present season nt the Buckingham will commence with the regular Sunday matinee and time at traction for the week will be Ed F Rushs Don Ton Burlesquers a company which stands in the front rank of vaude ville organizations It is composed of two highly artistic and interesting bur lesque extravaganzas and au olio of high class vaudeville specialties The per formance will be opened by a musicaland satirical review entitled A Bon Ton Reception during the action of which will be introduced many comedy flashes new songs and a bevy of handsome girls in uptodate ensembles The vaudeville portion of the bill is particularly strong and specialties will be contributed by Larry Smith the prince of German comedians and his charming partner Mamie Champion May Taylor known as the Sunbeam Soubrette Weiland the clown juggler Byron and Langdon the travesty stars Gallagher and Barrett the Irish comedians have no peers and their act consists of bright repartee and spark ling wit The olio is divided by a novel and beautiful presentation A Dream of the Orient OJ which is lavishly staged and costumed The closing burlesque is in titled A Run For Your Money OJ and it is here that fun and gaiety reign supreme As a special feature the management has made arrangements with the American Vitograph Company for an exhibition of their famous reproduction of the Fitzsim mousJeffries fight This will be repro duced here complete in eleven rounds showing plainly in a marvelously true to life style every blow as delivered each move of time seconds the referee the vast audience in the arena of the Coney Island Athletic Club and last but not least the knockout in the final round Notwith standing that the management of both the theater end company have gone to a great expense in securing this attraction for the first time in Louisville there will be no advance in prices of admission The Holden Bros excellent company presenting their last seasons success here The Denver Express OJ is the Ave nues announcement for next week Since the piece was seen here it has been much improved new scenery and mechanical effects have been added and the company strengthened making it up to date in every particular A pleasing feature of the performance is the introduction of clever vaudeville between the acts 1 r MACKIN COUNCIL OUTINO Mackin Councils river excursion to Sugar Grove Tuesday was a pronounced success about 12000 persons taking advantage of the opportunity to have a pleasant days outing On the return trip the boats stuck on a sandbar for sev eral hours thus giving the excursionists ample time to enjoy themselves while in midstream GRAND OUT OF TOWN EXCURSION To the Indiana Gas Belt on Sunday August 27 via Dig Pour Route Special train leaves Seventhstreet Union depot atG oclock a jii Returning special train arrives in Louisville at 1140 p m Extremely low roundtrip rates as fol lows Rushville 1 Knightstown 1 Anderson 125 Muncie 125 Alex andria 125 Marion 150 Take advantage of time low rates and spend Sunday with friends in the YGaa- iBelf Ticket onsale iJt city UekAi office i 218 Fourth ir+eeuue v v 1 1k a s tx iRISH 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