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LOUISVILLE: SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, the standpoint of n merchant at thin end ns well ns et the other. The business here was established in 1805. As it grew, LACE CURTAIN LAUNDRY. lead and never follow. Our work In laundering lace curtains at 20c a pair gives en tire satisfaction. Work called for and delivered. First-clas- s We 'series. ond St. MAD. BABEY, 625 SecTelephone 2631. 1 rOLUME III. NO. 9. 1S99. PRICE FIVE CENTS. LABOR DAY, RETIRED, BIG DAY. V .TV' Mr. Grace associated his brothers," Michael P. Grace and John W. Grice, in it Louisville Workers Will Celc-hrat- e branch house was with Hon. William 11. Grncc, of Now openedhimself. A another in San Fran- Thousands Attend the Golden at Fern Grove and in Loudon, .luhilee of St. Joseph's York, Controls thuSoiitli cisco, the business in Callao was extendPhoeui.v Hill. Orphan Asylum. American Shipping. ed to the capital, Lima, and other branch es were opened in Chili, where the house now has three establishments at Val- All Classes Have Come to Itc- ine Once a Power in Politics, panso, Santiago and concepcion. jiuuu- - Que of the Grandest Celehra-- t speet the Day and Its linn mis uiwuyn uttu jiicu u vci j tlons Ever Witnessed in the Turned Hit Talents to IJusl-nc- ss nent part in the business of these counObservance. City of Louisville. tries. , and Is Successful. Following his principle of keeping abreast of the times, Mr. Grace had his Central Labor Union Has In- business incoporated a few years ago, Poor Irish Lad, Who Came to that there might be no question of its SJngiiifr hy the Orphans, Open A vlted Prominent Men Air Concert and Illuminacontinuity. Tliis Country Alone When to Speak. Mr. Grace was an early believer in the tion at Night. Uut'F'ourteen. possibilities of long voyage steamer trade, and established the pioneer direct steam UNIONS HAYE CAUSE FOR REJOICING service from the United States to the GOOD WORK OF THE COMMITTEES MAYOR OF NEW YORK FOR TWO TERMS west coast of South America. Mr. Grace is a natural organizer. He is interested in a great many enterprises, Next Monday, Labor Day, now to each of which he devotes a portion of The friends and supporters of st. Heurv Irving Dodge contributes to his time. He is the President qf the observed in this country, the toilers Joseph's Orphan Asylum at Crescent Hill Success a very interesting story of the will have their annual outing. The Cen Sergeant Drill Company, a conwonderful career of a poor Irish boy now cern which has been foremost in the ap- to the number of at least 12,000 assemtral Labor Union will vary the niontonous know to fame as William R. Grace, ex- - plication of compressed air. He also or- bled on the beautiful grounds of that in street parade and garden picnic by an Mavor of New York, nud one of the ganized and is the Chairman of the Nic stitution last Tuesday to celebrate its excursion to Fern Grove, where the day greatest business men of America. Mr. aragua Canal Syndicate, a body of New golden jubilee anniversary. The grounds will be spent with more pleasant surmost tastefully decorated, for which Dodge says: roundings and the comfort of shady capitalists which obtained a con- were ... f York 1. TTl.t. 1 Today the ships of W. R. Grace and cession for the construction of the canal groves, in dancing, games, oratory ami ..... n i,r?il!niif .:..!. n.r Company are known all over the globe. at a time when European efforts in that .....I. recreation for the workmen and tneir Thev do the greater part of the carrying direction seemed probable, and thus illumination, arc lights nnd Chinese lan-- 1 families. trade between the United States and the saved the waterway to the Vnited States. The United Trades and Lnbor Assembly west coast ot South America. The dis Mr. Grace is a trustee of the New York will hold their first picnic nt Phceuix tance covered by one of the firm's steam Life Insurance Company, of the Ter Hill. ers on a regular, scheduled "round1 minal Warehouse Company, the Central But nil will observe the holiday. Mer' PRAYS FOR PEACE. voyage is equal to the girth of the world and South American Telegraph Com chants and employers have come to re The complete revolution of what might pany, and is a director of the London spect the day, and enter heartily into its be called the American intercontinental Bank and the City Trust Company. He observance as an evidence of appreciaHoly Father Bestows His Ben tion of the workmen and their cause, trade is due to the brain and daring of is also President of the Sevilla Home for this remarkable man. I sav " daring." Children which is being more fully understood ediction Upon Admiral because many of the enterprises in which and the benefits of their associations has relieved Dewey and Crew. In later years Mr. Grace he has encaged were dazzling in their himself to some extent from the manage manifested, not only iu elevating the financial magnitude. Jind involved the ment of his vast business interests, and status, improving the condition and adexercise of almost incredible courage has found time to devote his abilities to From Rome comes the news that his vancing the interests of labor, but conHut it is a charactersitic of Mr. Grace Holiness the Pope is deeply concerned tributing to the peace and welfare of the nractical philanthropic purpose. He about the war in the Philippines. He community as well. that nothing is too big for him to under and his brother, Michael P. Grace, estab , take, so long as he has faith in it, and lished Grace Institute in memory of their has communicated his anxiety to the Organized labor is no longer regarded his faith is not lightly won. Results of father and mother, and in gratitude to Rev. Father Reainey, chaplain of the as a" menace to order, property or emimmeasurable consequence to the whole New York the scene of their early start Olmypia. In the plainest possible term ployer, but is proving a boon to this commercial world have been attaiuad by for success. The object of the Institute Leo expressed n strong desire to see peace country ns the preserver of order and the e years ago, landed is to furnish instruction in the domestic a man who, established between the United Stntes barrier to the anarchistic theories which ju New York without money and friends; arts and sciences, and in the trades and and the natives, and said that he con- threaten property and employer. Durand who, at that time, little dreamed that occupations in which women may be templated the opening of negotiations ing the period of depression of the past he would be twice Mayor of the leading employed, and to afford protection, in with the United States Government with seven years few besides themselves know city of the Western Hemisphere; although, struction and assistance to young women. a view to regulating the position of Cath what the workmen have suffered, but they even then, his ambitions seem to have Five hundred graduates of the Institute "We have a have borne it patiently nnd peacefully, olics in the Philippines. been almost Napoleonic. Some men nc are put in the wav annually of earning firm hope," he paid, "that the Philippines making concessions and submitting even quire large fortunes in extremely narrow an honest living. In it is taught all the will again acquire prosperity under the to injustice rather than resort to disorchannels, and are little known and of duties of a home in the broadest sense of protection of the United States." der; accepting less pay and longer hours; . ..... . .. i in.1M1i,v wnrt. , This was- - iu the course of a special part time, meager earnings, entailing little neneiit to tne worm at large, mr. the .Ar,irnrii.i ambit ion , not!themselves andr"fauiiHes- "Grace was actuated-.bythfaudieuceaccorded to' the chaplain of , o at i. , u. ' t. u K.?r , o.ny to acquire weu.ui, Dewey's flagship. There is little doubt nll because their organizations, after tvDewritinir 1 ST. JOSEPH'S ORPHAN ASYLUM. " broad influence in the commercial world. that the conferring of this unusual honor careful investigation, assured them that Like most successful men Mr. Grace is the He has won both, nnd today upon Father Reamey was piompted by business conditions prevented employers appreciation of a bright and has a vivid most influential figure in the commerce suggestive thought, whatsoever the Pontiff's desire to inquire closely into from doing better. In many cases in- the between the two American continents olviug millions of capital and thousands the affairs of the Philippines. He relates, in this connection, source. His Holiness asked many questions of workmen, agreements were entered years old, and an incident of his youthful career m Mr. Grace is sixty-seve- n very much price sys- looks at the present writing about Admiral Dewey, his personality, into, and to the credit of both employer comes of a highly respectable Queen's Peru, which tended to improve his terns beitig suspended in all parts of the ever bought. The Bacons' one tem is a great help to people who are not like a grand success. It is the intention his opinions, and inquired sympatheti- and employe they have beeu generally County (Ireland) family. His father lost knowledge of human nature. He had grouuds. Lexington day promoters to have a cally about the state of his health. At faithfully observed, insuring peaceful The exercises opened at 2 o'clock witn judges of goods or materials, for when of the a part of his fortune in Venezuela dur just entered into a contract of partner no and a Danville day, when excursions will the conclusion of the interview he gave confidence and interest, the result of the early part of this century, and so ship, when a big Irishman named Jack singing by the orphans, who were most they make a purchase they know mat ing price can buy the same articles. be run from each city to Frankfort. There Father Reamey an autograph letter for which has been manifested throughout the lad, like many American boys, while McCarthy, respected and who warmly applauded for their excellent lower will also nrobablv be a Bryan day, on delivery to the Admiral, and made the the country the present year. antecedents, started with an had seen Grace and liked him. said to rendition of national anthems and the Every one there is treated alike. Jno of first-clawhich day Hon. William J. Bryan, Sena priest the bearer of his benediction to the A. discriminations made whatever. Old Kentucky Home." Mr. II. With a general resumption of trade, empty purse him: tor Goebel, Hon. J. C. S. Blackburn, crew of the Olynipia. slowly, but sKulily, labor after years of As a boy, Mr. Grace was very ambi " Here, Grace, I have been watching Brinkhaits, President of St. Joseph's Major Carter Harrison, of Chicago, and YOUNG LIFE ENDED, depression has not been hasty or un tious, and ran away from home when you ever since you came Here, auu i Orphan Society, followed, introducing n professional men will other BUCKINGHAM ATTRACTION. only fourteen. He came over here and think you are of the right sort. Now I Monsignor Zabler, who delivered a briel reasonable iu seeking a betterment, but be Frankfort's guests and address the has pursued a quiet and orderly course, knocked about for awhile, doing any have taken u lease of this store next to but eloquent address, giving a synopsis to large crowds that will be in this city. a programme of unusual excellence nnd where met in like spirit by emploything he could. He recollects at one the and I'll put in a business of the history of the noble institution and Vlrglnla Pflanz Succumbs Taken all iu nil, the Frankfort street fair jms heen prepared to delight the theater Typhoid. United there thirty thousand dollars cash against the great work it had done. He also paid an Attack of ers matters have been speedily and time, during his first stay in the and carnival to be held Octobers, 4, 5 oers of this city at the Buckingham next amicably adjusted. So quietly has this a high compliment to the society and States, boarding with a shoemaker, work your brains. Fever. and 0 will probably draw the largest week. The stage setting will be finer been done throughout the country that it ing for a printer, and, in fact, turning Of course being pledged in another di- - called attention to the great credit that crowds ever seeii here, with one excep- - mx s usual in such cases, as the scenery is hardly credible to the casual observer his hand to anything that was reputable recuon ile could not do anything with St. Joseph's Orphan Asylum reflected not centennial in 1880. has been especially prepared for the com that more than a million additional After nn illness of but a few days' dura lion, the The possibili- - McCarthy, but he recommended a friend only upon the German Catholics, but the and at all remunerative. to bv them from St. Joseph's Academy, for girls, and St. nanv. tiea nf n sprinua career did not weigh ...i,, Untu ..on. o...oi.,.i Mo. entire neonle of the city and State as tion, Miss Virginia U. l'lianz died Satur- Alyosius' Academy, for boys, iu this city place. nnd is taken be no tiresome place laborers have been employed in the past waiting There will few mouths and wages generally and very heavily upon him at that time, but carthv's reolv was so full of oith that it well. His remarks were listened to with day evening at the home of her parents, on Mon- entertainment will open the terms of 1893-19- 00 i...., remni.iPil with Mr. rimee. great attention, and at their close he was Rudd avenue, front an attack ot typhoid will September 4. St. Joseph's Academy between scenes, as theas the "continuous uuiversally advanced. Atid this without . he was greatly impressed with the oppor- e of the sort known fever. The deceased was the accom day, serious disturbance in any of the great tunities that were offered to a young man Tilf, ile snoke of was n verv bright warmly applauded. Baby Lund, the girl of manufacturing industries, railways, transof Jailer is one of the finest institutions of learning performance." The refreshment booths, postofhee, tele plished and beautiful daughter who was willing to grasp them. After a fnn, u.i,om he knew verv well, of verv in this section, and should be liberally s;x who is known in so many American portation or mines except, as in. the stay of a few years young Grace returned KOod education and spotless character, graph office and other stands on the John R. Pflanz, and her death has cast a patronized during the coming term. All cities, for her dainty singing, graceful case of the Brooklyn nnd Cleveiund street and a gloom over the entire community. to the old country, nnd through the Hi Irish friend iistened to his plea for grounds were liberally patronized the primary and elementary branches arc dancing and bright character persona railways uud the Illinois miners, where Miss Pflanz was just budding into fiuancial aid of his sister he went to this voumr man. and then rendering li s Handsome sum was realized lor me uo and in- - Hons, will attract all who are interested womanhood, being m her nineteenth taught, as well as music, vocal Callao, Peru. the employers by refusing to recognize decision in the sentence: " Och. he's all I luni. strumental; drawing, painting, embroid- - sn seeing a good child performer. Charles During the afternoon exercises Mr. year, and was only recently graduated .n,ii. a labor has any rights and declining An incident that happened within a toil lit) it'll h Minmitn,, typewriting; Latin, Wayne and Annie Caldwell, comedians that from Cedar Grove Academy, where she ery, stenography and every offer of conciliatory settlement, few days after his arnval in Peru per- - description of the man which fitted ex- - Edward Hill read letters oi congraiuia nf a high order, will present a one-adistinguished herself in her studies and German nud French are also taught left no alternative but a strike, and, by bans helped a great deal to form his actlv. and the souudness of which Mr. "on irom Kigui uev. msuup mi;v.iu3ki: Mr. James Heeney returned from farce, entitled "To Boston On Business," defying the law, brought about disorder McKinley, Gov. Bradley, Mayor was a most accomplished musiciau. The argument in Grace always remembered. President principles. There was an Horace business trip to New York. with spirit, taste and humor. and bloodshed. For this organized labor nrocress one evening between some It is almost needless to remind the Weaver. Col. Metigel and others who greatest sympathy is felt for the bereaved Miss Kathryne McNamara and brothers, Goldin, who has been called the sue sailors. Sailors' reader that Mr. Grace was elected Mayor were unable to be present. parents in tlieirsadamiction. neriunerai is not responsible, since it was ignored, American and English W. J. McNamara, spent Sunday cessor to the great Hermann, will keep Besides the clergy of the German Cath occurred from the Church of Our Lady D. J. and arguments, at that time, were a great of New York in 1880, and again in 1884, its pleas spurned, its very life sought to last with relatives in this city the audience absorbed witu ins wonder be crushed out. deal as they are today that is they usu serving two terms which were noted for olic churches, Fathers Logan, Raffo, Tuesday morning, which was over the Miss Bankheart, of Lexington, is the fui magic during the period he is on O'Connor, White, Connelly, Sheridan and crowded with sorrowing menus and relaOrganized labor lias proven that it ally wound up with fisticuffs. The their strength, vigor and fearlessuess, guest of Miss Margaret Berberich, of this Slnge. Mile. Patti Aruiant!, a bright McCreary were in attendance. tives and associates of the young lady. seemed to be getting the nloue can teach the workman his rights, Americaus young woman from abroad, will show how to protect them, recognize the emalso A sad circumstance connected with the city. A great number of worst of it, and Grace pitched in and GILLIGAN Miss Cecilia Sullivan and sister, Miss u,e spectators something quite new in took advantage of this occasion to make death of Miss Pflanz was the fact that she interests, seek justice by peacethem, with the result they carried helped e drawings on smoke and sand ployer's known their interestin the welfare of the was anxious to get well before the twen- Jennie, are visiting Mrs. N. T. bullivau j,er ful methods, and cotitrol and restrain the day. But when he got to his room in this city, 'Pete" Baker, a German dialect come labor to observe the law more effectively that night he made up his mind firmly Would Like to Start a Labor orphans sheltered in the beautiful home tieth wedding anniversary of her parents, Messrs. Patrick O'Brien, P. J. Coleman dian and a great favorite, will appear in Mr, Pflanz and brawls largely to make the jubi which was last Sunday. and contributed has enjoyed n that it was not to mix in sailors' songs and the yodling than by force. Labor Paper for Froo lee the deserved success it proved to be. another daughter were nt the time also and D. J. McNamara will spend Sunday, his most taking prosthat he had come to Peru, nor to waste everywhere. The peaceful year, is beginning to reap that is so well received Among those noticed by qur reporter were suffering from the dread disease that de- September 3, iu Louisville. his time as he saw the majority of the perity, with the future brighter, and has Col. Mike Dcyle, of the Mammoth Gro- - three Glisandos, musical eccentriques Messrs. Pat Baiinon and wife, Barney prived him of his favorite child. foreign residents doing; and this, he by cause for rejoicing. rn.i.1.All ot.rt ...if. Pof Ttmivn mill principles he has funeaal took place Tuesday morn eery Company, Louisville, is spending his .from Europe, will give much pleasure Her savs. formed one of the Z. One W G. GilUgan, who is said to be . a r..if ir ing from tlie Church of Our Lady, and vacation in this city. He will return to I their unexpected musical performances, always followed since, that is, that sticky a reporter on tne courier-journa- l, NOT SOLD YET. is Nicholas Holland, John Flynu and fami was the largest seen m Portland for many T rMiioulllo Rtinilnv mnriilntr. Mn?ii7 mill Nfizette. brother and Sister. ator industry and strict anxious to enter the field of labor jour ly, Mr. John E. Lnrken, who until two trained acrobats, will appear in an orlgU , .. . John J. Sullivan and wife, Nicholas years, solemn requiem mass was sung .. . tention to the main object in life, what nalisui, but his scheme met with a de 'The Trainn and the '.. . ..oi cVit xpniitlpfl " Hollerau, James Reagan, Newton G oy JKlglll Itev. ,iioii5igugr uuuiuuu uuu years ago made nis nome in tins city, tlrnlremnll." which Will alllUSe the IIIOSI Probable That the Lakes of ever that may be, would bring success cided frost at the meeting of the Central He was nrlahliipss nnd urnce will dis- Rogers, John Sexton, Corporal James Fathers Raffo and Williams. A marked spent Sunday last in Frankfort. . 1.1 . ! .. Almost anybody who followed these Labor Union last Sunday. i.i Klllarney Will Bo Bought Kinuarney and wife, Charles Hickey, Al tribute of respect was paid by the Knights kept busy shaking hands with ma uiu tinguish tlie songs oi tne rranciou sisters. nrincioles in Peru at the time he went His plan is said to be to hold up can friends. Matihees will be given ns usual on who attended in a body. by the National Trusj:. there, so he says, would have been sue didatcs and corporations, claiming an bert Richards, Henry Bell, Frank Bur of Columbus, In September the weather will be cooler Sunday, Monday, Wednesday and Sntur dell, Alderman William Patterson. James nu cessful. because opportuiieties were KLEIDERER, THE TAILOR. immense circulation, and then distribute and local entertainments will commence day. merous, and it needed only a man who a number of free, copies. He wonld, of A. Riley and wife, Thomas Cleary, Mike A press dispatch dated Loudon states again. Division 1, Ancient Order of HiDEATH OF MARTIN BURKE. could catch an opportunity 'quickly dis course, have no subscription list worth Hickey and wife, Officer Tom Shelly, In our coluinns this week will be found bernians, will start the ball rolling with a that Mr. Peck, of Philadelphia, has not Tynan. Capt. Ed Deputy Bailiff Mike Hose of it. and be on the lookout all the speaking of. He asked the indorsement the announcement of Mr. L. P. Kleiderer, grand hop Thursday, September 7, fol- - martin Burke, formerly of this city, carried out his contract to buy the Lakes Burke, Mike Sweeney, 'bquire Mcuanu time for others. His scheme of laying out latest addition to our business lowed by a progrfssive euchre aud dance jmt for a number of years engaged as the of Killarney. Central Labor Union, but as umoii of the Cody, Capt. James Hendricks who is the Shortly after young Grace reached men wautpoy for their work and pay for Thomas world. He has bought the establishment September 14, a "stag" social September u,e manager of two glass factories iu the estate for the erection of great manRick a Peru he obtained n clerkship iu...!.t--ship what thev get, his cheeky proposal was Farrell Curran, Thomas P, Dignan, of Julius Winter & Co., on Fourth avenue, 21 and mask ball September 28. The Fairmont, Indiana, died at his home iu sions seemed visionary and has now J l Quinn, Dan Doherty, Mike Logan and s tailoring hustling entertainment committee in ping house of fair stanumg, ana wumu ,a,d Qn the tabe and will conduct a It was rumored that tliat place Thursday. Mr. Burke was proved to. It is probable that the estat e A number were hnrt time became a memner oi iue he had already approached representa John A. Fitzgerald. Mr. Kleiderer will have as charge, Messrs. P. T, Downey, W. D. one 0f tile most popular men in Northern will be bought for the nation by a sub. business. firm, nnd later secured control of it. tives of corporations, but they wisely greatly amused, at the frequency with sociatcd with him the old employes of Lewis, John Dolan, h. A. O'Connor aud Indiana, as well as here in Louisville 8crintion raised by the National Trust. which Tom Cleary was taken lor benator From this house the firm of Grace Broth gave him no encouragement. n house, at the head of CB. Downey, will leave notliing undone j Hjg deatll waa caused by n quick case of In the meantime Sir Edmund Antrebuf , this William Goebel. ers and Company finally grew, attaining whom Will be Ed. S. Cowan and T. ll to make every one have a most enjoyable consumption, to recover from which he the owner of Stonehenge, on Salisbury The Kentucky Irish American carries The Executive Committee, who had Hie most prominent positions of li iiiilnrcpuiiMit - rf ihp rpnrspnfnlKp nf .... Crowlev. both very popular with the time. An excellent Queen City orchestra ' recently went to Colorado, without any Plain, the most perfect Druidical remain . . ,. . r. t. i "w "" been laboring night and day for weeks any of tue nouses, oi wuaicver ....! eariy an tUe trades union iu this city, trade, lie is now receiving full lines of for all entertainments has been engaged. ' reiief, returning home two weeks ago. In the world, lias offered it to the State Orace spent a great i and w,u whiIe under iu present manage- - past, felt justly proud of their work and the newest goods, and our readers will ity, in Peru. Mr. Your correspondent had the pleasure of ' He is survived by a wife and three chil- - for $025,000. The price is deemed pre- were the recipients .ot many Hearty con deal of ins tune .traveling mi" imwww ment continue to deserve the same. attending (our delightful euchres during dren. His remains arrived in this city posterous, especially as Stonehenge can upon the great, success they make no niistakc in giving him a call. trratulaliona . r hia hu&iness. to which he was always , made of any practical vatu?. The following were, tie; When making toinato soup add a raw the past week!. On Friday night last Mr. jast night, and the funeral yill take not be The aesthetic reason why gloves should had achieved. erv attentive, and finally, when his po-'" J. Davjg entertained, dn Monday night place from tli'i residence of his brother- couiprijlnjf the Coumdtle: cucuiubtir shVed fiue., boil soft and strain sitibn hi Peru was assured, he concluded be worn for outdoor sport? Is that they gentlemen, When one woman compliments another Mr. John Fahey, 031 Sixth street, H. A. Brinkhaus, ChairmauJ Joaenli .with totuato. It, givfts pleasant season- - Mr. and MrsS. Kluss. alo entertained. at vwtr iW naMoriiU'ooew-- " contribute a trim, smart look to the iii make New " she'saya "She's awfully clever, but -f .uchre, nfler which the ypuug people Sunday morning. . c 1 ' ICM.nlt. MliHluaf liVlrWrt . Tlenrv Boa-li to enter into tu - true irom ainicHcgm. ( Ohlig-schlaegc( s fifty-fourt1 nine-tenth. Tfifty-thre- tripped the light fantastic; on Wednesday evening Mr. nnd Mrs. H. Ringgold entertained at eucher also, and on Thursday evening Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jacobs enter tained delightfully at euchre. to Visit Miss Kathryne Kerwin died last Mon Itrynn Will lie Asked day morning at tne nome oi ner mint in the Tall Street. Fail and this city. Fortified with the last rites of Carnival. the church, she died as she lived, a good, j kind German Catholic woman. The only ) near relative she left is a brother, who re sides in New York City. Her funeral The Hibernians Will Open Their took place from the Church of the Good Amusement Season Next Shepherd Tuesday afternoon, the pastor officiating. May her soul rest in peace. Thursday Evening. Mrs. Short died at her home in this city last Monday morning after a long ' illness. She leaves three daughters, Mrs. Death Claims Miss Kathrync Ryan of Lexington, Mrs. A. J. Lynch of Iverwin and Mrs. Short, this city and Mrs. M. Baukheart of Lexington, to mourn her loss. The funeral Christian Ladies. GOODS ARRIVING DAILY. took place Tuesday morning. Col. South Trimble, though not an Tin. nttpiitinn of our.readcrs is called to ' original Goebel man, is working hard for GOSSIP. the straight Democratic ticket headed by the large advertisement of the old reliable PERSONAL AND SOCIETY house of J. Bacon ci sons, wnicu is perSenator Goebel, and seems confident that haps no stranger to any of our subscribit will win. ers. This firm is about to enter on their Secretary Congressman Bailey, year in business in the same Special letter to the Kentucky Irish Haley of the Campaign Committee, will h American. location and with the same upright prinseveral speeches in the interest of Frankfort. Kv.. Sept. L At last make Goebel the latter part of October. ciples that have always been characterwoke vp and is putting on Senator istic of that house. Two of their buyers Frankfort has Every one around campaign headquar city have, been in Europe this summer look- the nir of an enterprising, seem confident that the ticket headed nineteenth century. The street ters ing up novelties which will make their of the - by Senator Goebel will win easily by a intcrstore attractive this full. In talking to fair promoters have succeeded in s of larger majority than Shackelford received Mr. Bacon, the cloak buyer, ne saui tnai estiiiL' several, or in fact in 1898. The remaining eight weeks of 'llioir stock of ladies' wraps this season the merchants of the city, all of whom the campaign promises to be the warmest would surpass any prev'ious stock he had are working hard for the scheme, which ever known in the history of Kentucky. All candidates are confident of winning, but some must be disappointed in NovemD. J. M. ber. quet, Urban Stengel,' Henry Michael, Jacob P. Ulbrich, Bfernnrd Schaepers, John Lepping, Theodore Evers, Benjamin Bloemer, Joseph' Sibler, John Kup-pe- r, John Diebold, Anton Schwieters, iacob II. Walser, Frank J. Bouchard, Charles Staeuble, Fred Kaclin, Michael Seldeninauii, John 'inilich, John Bernard Schmitt, Clemens Krainer, Goda, Joseph Gottbrath, Edward New-hnu- s, Edmund Kapp, F. A. Geher, Wm. r, M. Block, A. Schuler. J. B. Henry George Schumpp, Nieder, Dominic Maicr, Henry Dreck- niaun, Joseph Hubbuch, Edward George Hill, Nick Bosler, Philip Ackertnan, Schieman, Benjamin George Bohr, ... . T TT 1. August wuesieieiu, justyu u. Joseph Schneider, Anton Pracht, Sr., John F. Oertel, HenryjBosse, Jr. FRANKFORT. 1 .'M ... ', i well-to-d- ss well-know- post-offic- e, '.1 Irish-America- life-lik- I ,., . . 1 ...... first-clas- well-know- .r. , ' in-la- - KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN ure other people's corn by your own bushel, and in the light of their Record in Washington and Elkhart Devoted to tlte Mora! and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans. and during their brief career here, the size and character of the bushel VIIWAM IVI. HIGGINH, of the News people in such business SINQLE COPY, 5c. is too well known for decent people SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. to give more than passing notice to s Rtitered ot tho Louisville Postofflco as Matter. auy insinuations they may make. KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. Publieber. 1 0 nil.', iRrp r.n m : ga5aay--gggsag.----- - Second-Clas- Addiers all Communications to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, 326 West Green Street Miss Ethel Anderson, of Lebanon Mrs. Thomas B. Joyce, who has been visiting' Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Joyce on Sixth, near St. Catherine, has returned to Bardstown, where she is going to house keeping. Miss Mary Kenney has returned to her home on Second street after an enjoyabl visit to Chicago relatives, where she won hosts of friends by her beauty and charm of manner. Miss Marie Louise Costigan has re girRfrEs7i&oicdgicjLih LOUISVILLE, KY THE FATE OF DREYFUS. The heart of all the American people, regardless of politics or religion, throbs with pity and beats high with indignation at the treatment accorded the prisoner of Devil's Island. Very few persons in this country had a doubt about his innocence at his first trial, but with all the testimony and revelations that have come to light since, a wave of pity is sweeping over the land. To one who has looked at the course of the case with impartial eyes, it seems almost impossible that the whole French nation should have clamored for his conviction, While there is a great revulsion now in his favor, there are still many adherents of the army who believe army "honor" should be sustained no matter whtt the cost Even the or who the victim. Judges are unsympathetic nnrl clearly against Dreyfus, and this feeling is frequently shown during But with the facts star the trial ing them in the face it would seem almost impossible to convict. The testimony of M. Bertillon, on which the prosecution principally relied, was thoroughly disproven and over Virrmm SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1899. WAIT. The street railway employes are fully organized in affiliation with a national organization. They have no petitions or grievances pending with the street railway company, The correspondence between the and until they have organized labor Central Lnhnr Tltiion ntirl flip ,T . ,, . would do well to mind its own busi- uimeu irauesanu ness. The street railway employes is given elsewhere and speaks for know1 their business and what they itself. The letter of the Central want, and until they ask the aid of U abor Uniou js respectful and con organized labor it is impertinent, ciliatory. the reply of the United unjust ana likely injurious to them Trades and Labor Assembly is dis for others to interfere in their af courteous and acrimonious. While fairs. Most certainly they should this is to be regretted, it is well be consulted before the business of that both have shown their hands. their employer is attacked, and no The agricultural cud industries legitimate labor' organization will " bill for Ireland has passed Parlia- do so. But the " is not declared ment after an earnest struggle by by nor intended to benefit organized only uuu uccii .iijU1ii. labor; its object is to keep a few in materially amended by the House dividuals afloat on the political sur- - of Lords, but is a boon which will face in sight of the politicians in give an impetus to industries and M. vnin 1inn tl,nt tW n, J rlriff education in Ireland,' benefiting and . o J into something with the November developing the trades aud crafts. lyauor-fisseuiDi- The New Era omits the Central Labor Union from its roll of labor organizations, but places the United Trades and Labor Assembly at the Mrs. Alex Graham U sojourning at B ay top of a list of all the labor organi- View, Mich. zations, thus giving to the uninMiss Mary Deveny is visiting in Mem itiated the impressiou that the phis, the guest of her uncle. United Trades and Labor Assembly Miss Margaret Womack conies home includes all labor organizations and next week from Madison, Ind. the New Era is.the orSan of a11 of Mrs. J. P. Hannon left yesterday for Philadelphia to visit her brother. them. Cute trick. If they need attention there is no better place to have them fixed than at the turned from a visit at Crab Orchard Springs, and on Monday will go to Naza Miss Maggie Norton has returned from rath Academy, in Nelson county, to re adeligthful visit to friends in Owensboro, sume her studies. Messrs. Louisville Dental Parlors, 544 Right John leave the lege, II. and Otho H. Wathen city next week to attend col FOURTH ST., Ncxl Miss Catherine Doherty, of Jefferson ville, is visiting her parents at Hamilton Ohio. The Louisville friends of Mat Hickey the popular New Albany railroad engi neer, will regret to learn that he was this week confied to his home on Beharrell avenue bv illness. The many friends of Mrs. Thomas to Avenue Theater. v all guaranteed. Their prices are the lowest, work the best, and The)' will treat yon right. KEMEM 1SI2K THE PLACE: 2015 Payne street, will regret to Miss Susie McKiernan, of 1218 Eight!) Hannan, learn that on last Wednesday morning street, is visiting Miss Blanche Berry she slipped on the pavement at her home Nolin, Ky. and broke her left wrist. Louisville Dental Parlors, FOURTH 5S'X Miss Blanche McCann, of Springfield alp., is visiting her grandmother in Jetfersonville. don't-put-yo- ur nickel-in-the-sl- ot We regret to announce that the condi tion of Rev. Father Audran, of Jefferson ville, is again reporled very serious. Th Miss Mayme McAuliffe, of Jefferson venerable clergyman has been confined ville, spent the week with friends in to his room for over four months. Shelbwille, Mis3 Mararetta Maso hns been spending a few days at Brooks' Station 5 T)7 di mil vvaidijjijS S9SS5363S99eSSSS953SS(it rPTTT? TTT A 70TTt"n5l Gran W.Smith's Sons Funeral Directors And Embalmers.. MISS KATE SMITH, Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice. i Miss Eliza Hannon left Friday for ,ew vveeKS wuu relatives in rnuacieipu: VnrV "-- I-- . .,, v... ' election British I The United "Trades and Labor Misses Sallic and Mary Donigau are visitinS in tUe East, and will not return I is astonishing to Americans witnesses should be allowed, that in addition to giving their testimony, to iterate aud reiterate, "I am positive he is guilty;" "Drey fus is the guilty man, there can be no doubt of it;" "there is the guilty person," and not be reproved by It Columbia threatens to AssemDiy nas not aaaea anytning fcirknnrnf Hip Dnmininn nf Onn. to ts trlorv bv a ance with and , .. .. aua traces, omce tne exclusion 01 luuur&cmeui ui iuc wews uuwu ui Pliitic frrmi 1m TTnifo1 Qtnac ititiprnnts. Tf thprp m nnv truth 111 they have iiocked into British Co- - tne adage that Uirds ot a leather lumbiaaud Vancouver Island.where flock together," it is tough on the make UP 25 Per cent- of the U. T. L.A labor population aud are increasing tnt catvoral wanlre ! t 1' eexion returned t xuesaay from Shelbyville, where she had been attending the fair, ... I . Miss Duffy and neice, Miss Blanche Carr, have returned from Cumberland Mis and Sawyer, Ky. James S. McDonogh left yesterday for Washington to resume his studies at the Georgetown University. Mr. Pat Sullivan, of 1058 - Mrt and Mrs. Fenton and son Paul, of circumstances is something to be desired. Cincinnati, are visiting Miss A. Belle It is at times hard to restrain the risibles nA iXlX uuuuu uu Lite iiuuwiiiac nil Davidson, on Chestnut, near Fourteenth and to keep the muscles of the face under returned to Isle Diable, but will the extension of the road to Peking, Good perfect control. One of the most striking Gilligan evidently does not know Miss Susie McKeirnan has returned instances of this was seen at a popular be pardoned by the President of where it is to be connected with the the workingmen of this city. from an enjoyable visit at Nolin, where mountain resort this summer. A Presby Russian-Siberia- n France. railway now build M. she was the guest of Miss Blanche Berry, terian minister of Texas, who was visit IRISH UNITY, ing to Port Arthur, thus making relatives in the neighborhood, was NOW DONE FOR. Miss Julia Quirk has returned from a ing invited to hold services on a certain Sun Telephone 384. 248 West Jefferson Strict. the American railway a connecting pleasant visit to Madison, where she went day morn in the hotel parlor. He con The "check" system, by which link of the Russian-Siberia- n road, Leading Nationalists Want to to be present at the marriage of her cou sented to do so, and at the appointed employes are paid wages in checks Sin, llnltn TU 011 Dnt.., Iill Dm. time the guests all assembled. A very which will then extend from St. wiii lo ii, !.. rai tjr n rul JOHN 13. only at stores of the employer, good Mr. Henry F. Cassin, Chief Clerk of religious maiden lady volunteered her llamont. Petersburg through Siberia to Port Bible for the minister to use. A table the United States Court, is home from the that has caused so much hardship q East, where he spent his summer vaca was made to do the service of a desk, and trouble among miners and mill Canton on An Associated Press dispatch says that tion and standing in front of it the minister the South Pacific coast workers, and is all but abolished gave out the hymn, which was sung by win wuuuc xjuiiaii jaiiways John E. Redmond, member of Patliament Miss Mary Cavanaugh, of 2513 West tne audience, tne minister, Mr. H , is a except in the Southern States, is to the southwest corner 01 China for Waterford City, and leader of the Market street, left Wednesday for a two very man, and the audience, 812 about to receive its death blow from bordering on 814 CLAY Nationalists, and Timothy M. weeks' visit with friends iu Southern In- - composed principally of ladies, were very India. It is such ParuelliteIrish Telephone 209-- 2. Healy, Nationalists member of diana unexpected source. The United an much interested and eagerly listening for LOTJTSVTLTR gigantic schemes as this, indicating Prrliament, for North Louth, a further up the Bible States revenue law requires a two The engagement of Edward J. Broderick the sermon. Mr. H picked the control of Asiatic and Pacific conference of all branches of the Nation and Miss to read his text aud his fingers inadvert Anna E. Boyle has been an cent stamp, on all checks and bills coast alist members will trade by Russia and hergrow' to consider the of Parliament unity be held nounced. Their marriage will take place antly caught the table cover and shook it, question of of the 'when out dropped a deck of cards, scat of exchange, and thus far it has this fall. ing commercial interests with Amer Irish party in Parliament. tering over the floor. An audible titter been enforced only iu bankiug, icans, that give Johnny jBull the Mrs. Margaret Kelly, of New Orleans, went round the room, but not a muscle MISS KATE O'NEAL DEAD. brokerage and express business. willies. spent this week in New Albany visiting of Mr. II 's face moved, nor did he change But the Revenue Department has Miss Kate O'Neal, one of Jefferson- - her sister, Mrs. Kate 1503 East color, but calmly went on as though nothing had happened. The cards had Turn in any direction in the ef vines most nicuiy respected young Spring street. sustained the Collector's decision Deen lett under tue tame cover by some vening at the res- .Ta,en' and demand for $(,200 tax on store fort to keep up with the changes idence of her fnthpr. Thomao rVMonl 1 0ft Miss Ellen Power, after a pleasant stay Saturdav night players, but the owner 428-43- 0 with her cousins, the St. a i' uu. checks issued to employes of the 'e west wont street, after a lingering ill Clifton, has returned Misses Hannan, of of the Bible was distressed to death. to her home at fearing Mr. II might imagine there 15looti-l- o in China, Alaska, Persia, ness of consumption. Her death is sin Richmond, l$tl.C50 Richland, S. C, cotton mills, hold- - future Ky. was some connection between Bible and cerely mourned byall who had the good . . v4 r Ima fAn mg that these orders represent N"f"" Mm UIUU11 "uu UUU1P a p lomine ot ner acquaintance, bhe is sur- - Mrs. Belle cards. Horses and Vehicles to hire at nil hours, nt reasonable rutes. Lvnch JCev. wife of Corlnn " I 3I J i. value and are liable to the tax. The against the Russian bear, except in vivcuuya sisier ana two orouiers, uer I Kev. the WestEnd tobacro manufart,Im- ".. At a- fashionable boarding house at TELEPHONE I14CV -mill company petitioned for a hear- - Ltlle Trahsvaal, and there he is like muiucr anu oiuer sisier oemg victims oi and her two children, are home from the dinner one hot day in summer one of the me nisease inai caused ner ueatn. Her boarders a young man who has run the o tng and the case is to be argued ly to bump up against, everybody funeral occurred Thursday morning at Salt River Snrhurs gamut of life, his tor tIie iransvaai question bt. Augustine's church, and was one of Miss Heurietta,Bauer is at home again. small features but who on account oflook before the United States Commis- - elsei aud rather innocent the Inrgest seen this year in Jefferson- - after a pleasant visit at Gethsetnane, and was called "Baby" was regretliug sinner of Tnternnl Revenue in Wash- - SeeniS to be loaded for the British ville. that has resumed her place as lending soprano his favorite dish, macaroni, was not on finally sustained its liou- - While only the British aud In bt. Cecilia's choir. ineton. If AVENUE THEATER. the table and wondering why jt was. enforcement will kill the check sys- - the Boers are doing the quarreling, Mttle Misses Margaret Hannan and Another diner intent on guying the young 1 tne otHers are talcing notes, "Remember the Maine" is the title of Rosa Herbert have returned home after man, spoke up and said: tern by bringing it under Federal a new play by Lincoln J. Carter, to be Why, it isn't ripe yet. Have you jurisdiction and surveillance, if not with their warships in easy reach. produced for the first time here at the spending four weeks with relatives and never seen it grow?" friends at Indianapolis. The firing of the first gun ?ll .the Avenue Sunday, September 3. The .Two handsome Kmbleins of the Ancient Order of by the burden of the tax. "No," answered'Baby," "but I would t0 excel ,anythine yet Miss Toscohine Kellv. who has been just like to get into a patch of it and get Ma' o Transvaal may round the pramfVs Hibernians will be awarded by the Kentucky Irish evoivca Dy Mr. carter in the way of spending the summer with friends in all I want. Where does it crow? In The action of the Couuty Board world. scenery aud elfects- - A special effort to Massachusetts and Connecticut, will not Italy, doesn't it?" American to the members receiving the highest numof the Aucient Order of Hibernians inane me proauction surpass nis previous return before October 1. Not entirely," was the response. The News intimates that mem elforu has been fruitful of a mass of Wednesday evenimr was commend- ber of votes, these coupons only to be used for ballots. Mississippi and Louisiana are great Mrs. Jennie t!i .. r bersof the Central I.nhor TTninn ' s"11"?. consisting of moving battleships. law, Agnes, of White and her daughter-in- - countries for it." n Muic. Worthington, left for home distant citias that are to be bombarded, '""B Z "Well?1 said "Baby," "I have always c uncmi iu etc v yesterday, after a week's visit to near wanted to live in the puDiic spirit ana enterprise or such a country, so I I friends in the city. Come again. gentlemen composing this body, revlve tne '.couauctor war" on the When you see the seats of a street car could "have as much macaroni aa I the r- ceuPi by men and women hanging 6n Mrs. John Fust entertained a lare-e- wanted," and the other boarders looked TiofnrH th - Pntldidato nit tlia ftirat T 1 aod the Elks are to be congratu- - Street Railway Company, have to T:..ll uu iuc MCOffll, Safe having their assistance, I been bought.. It i natural to. nieas are the Straps it' is a city. bet to sav there j number of frietuls W1nMi1av rvnl,.o of at one anether and smiled; tated upott strangers jn the See. o her home on Pre4on street in honor 6f court-martial the court. The fourth week of the trial is now on and the end is not in sight The wanton and unprovoked shoot ine of Maitre Labori, the senior counsel for the defense, seems to have made a telling point in Drey M. Labori's enforced fus' favor. absence has made stronger if possi ble his conduct of the case, and he has scored many a point for Drey An American syndicate has the fus and confuted many a witness, franchise to build a railroad from It is expected that even if the : fnrmpr sentence of the Lu. re-ena- ct by importation several hundred per month. They have crowded the white people out of all unskilled labor, the fisheries and lumber trades, and are encroaching on the mines and railways. White people out of employment areJeaviug for the United States. The Legislature enacted an exclusion law, but it was not approved by the Canadian Government, though the eastern provinces of Canada are protected by such law. The Legislature has been called to the law and carry the fight into the Canadian Parliament. urops throughout Ireland are unusually good this year, and in all parts of the country there is a scarcity of labor to gather the har vest, laborers being paid 4s 6d and 5s per day. Sixth street is in Cincinnati, where he will remain till the middle of September. Miss Leon Murphy, of Chicago, has been spending the week in this city, the guest of the MissesO'Reilly With the approach of the fall months the streets seem animated once more and the summer wanderers are straggling back singly or in groups. The shops are busier and the counters and shelves are piled high with new goods. "This is to be a distinctly crepon season," said the head of the department in one of the largest dry goods stores, and the goods that have been forwarded would seem to bear out his statement. There is in black no prettier goods than the crepons brought in this fall, and they make the richest and most charming of gowns, One black gown seems almost a necessity in every woman's wardrobe, and there is certainly nothing that is richer or handsomer or lends itself to more charm ing effects than does this favorite goods, In the colored goods plaids seem to be in all the, new and beautiful (.hades and combinations. Some of these are so strikingly beautiful that the eye is captivated at once. ! Lady Assistant and Embalmer. f S. E. COR. EIGHTH AND TELEPHONE 810. JEFFERSON SXS. ! I Muldoon Monument Company DESIGNERS AND BUILDERS OF E GRANITE ITALIAN MARBLE, AMERICAN AND SCOTCH I f sunger wnen we aeem u necessary gown'is not fo be But the tailor-mad- e despised. It still reigns supreme for street wear, and it will be a long time before it is superseded. Its utility and good taste have long been recognized and it would worry the brains of the in veutors of women's fashions to introduce something that would become as popular, Our subscription list was greatly Indianapolis, are visiting P. D. Madden There is something very chic and strik ing about a well groomed girl iu a tailor increased this week. Send us one gown. Its appropriateness for street wear Miss Marian Mason and Miss Lizzie and shopping is acknowledged and its dollar and get the cleanest Irish- Stouffer will return on Sunday from convenience, giving warmth without be American paper published. month's stay in Bay View, Mich. ing bundlesome, universally known. So tailor-mad- e girl will be with us for Mr. and Mrs. Pete Murphy and chil the g We are . not in a awhile yet. dren, of Covington, spent the week here mood, though somewhat of a mud as the guests of Mr. James Mannix. Perfect under trying mud-slingin- The day is past when one's fealty Miss Margaret 0'BrieHleft Sunday for' to labor is attested by condemna- - Indianapolis, where she will be the guest of her sister, Mrs. John Foley. tion of wealth and employers and Mrs. Will Median and daughter stirring up strikes and high jinks. Blanche, who have been visiting friends But some people must live and In Maine, have returned home learn. Mrs. Robert Madden and children, of flonuments. Artistic Work Only Solicited. Workshops and Studios, Carrara, Italy. WAREROOMS, 322 to 328 WEST GREEN STREET, K ' T TTT TT TT PARADISE SAMPLE ROOM. Liquors a Specialty. Fifteen Ball Pool. 4.1. C C I auc ProPer J. HICKEY, PROPRIETOR. I Clay5treet Brewery, and STREET. KY WALTERS' PHANK. fine-looki- HENRY C. LAUER, VERY i-- . I 1 v Jlorse I East Jefferson 111 SI OlipixiMa;, Per Head. til T - i'' Who Is the Most Popular Hibernian? a' t V EMBLEM CONTEST ! re-ech- i. :.V I f " k3bjvtmctok:y IRISH ameeicak. c J. BACON & SONS MARKET ST., ABOVE) PRESTON. Great Showing of Fall Dress Goods, Ladies' Suits, Dress Skirts and All Apparel for Autumn Days. 3c 8C 32-inc- I 4 C4 C i r a 3 Ladies' Black Figured Mohair Skirts, lYi yards wide, good cambric lining, velvet binding, well made. For Ladies' Black Figured or Fancy Checked Dress Skirts, ys yards wide, percaline lining, bound with velvet. Per yard for one lot of Dress Ginghams, stylish plaids, fast Skirts, good width; worth 34c (Tl iQ Ladies' New Style Plaid Dress Skirts, Percaliue linig Sood fflt fall) 3 yards w5de" well made, in newest colors; worth per jifd. each. tailor binding, Gingham Offers. 7c h Ladies' Linen Dress Skirts. 756 19c For Ladies' Linen Dress 986 Dress Skirts. Special Carpet Offering. Embroidery Per yard for best quality extra super Wool Filling Ingrain Carpets, newest Sale. 406 designs; would be cheap 546 at 50c yard. Factory lengths of fine JacPer yard for Tapestry Brussels Carpets, new desigus, made, laid and onet embroideries, in beautiful lined, a genuine bargain; worth 6sc patterns and an endless varieavy Prints, regular comfort styles, in newest per yard. Fall Prints and SatineS For Comforts. 14 4 5c 6c 14 ty to select from. coloring. 9 orings, checks and stripes, for seam, 111 ail lentrths. ladies' and children's dresses and waists, worth 15c per yd. Men's Night Robes. strip. plaited front and back, ages 7 to 14 years. For handsome White or Gray China Goat Fur For Ladies' Tow Linen Dress Kugs, size 30.G5, deodorized and rcseweu, wen Linen Skirts, thoroughly shrunk, made, very durable, lie sure to sec tnem. Per yard for extra quality Lots of odds and ends Boys' Waists, both light and very wide, ioincli hem, lap Madras Ccrds, in newest col dark, plaited front and back, with shirt collar, ages For Boys' good quality Waists, round collar, For Ladies' Linen Dress HASSOCKS AND FUR RUGS. well made and finished, ages 6 to 14. Per yard for Fancy Skirts, deep hem, good width, Plaid Zephyr Ginghams; also trimined with buttons; regular For Handsome Velvet and Moquette Hassocks, fine French Madras; formerly price 04c. well made, in newest shapes, usual price 50c. For Boys' extra quality Printed Cretonne Waists, sold at per yard. also German Blue Figured Prints, round collar, - 34c BOYS' SCHOOL WAISTS. fall colorings. 34c 12c Print i2c 23c 35c- 10c $1.14 $1.75 For strip of 4 jirds of JacEmbroider', finished edges, read' for use; at reguComyard for new patterns lar price would cost 60c for Per Sati nes, floral stripes andinfigures, fort onet 40c r Per yard for extra quality Oil Prints, comfort styles, genuine Turkey red. 10c C 4 fast colors, quality. 31 inches wide, 12 I 4 1 s 1 Petti deep rufile, coats, rows For large box Borated Talcum Baby Bleached Table 1$ Bars, seamless skirt, 100 Per yard for Heavy Twilled Linen Crash, ot cording in newest way. Damask, 72 inches wide, all linen, Powder, perfumed. inches long, 10 3'ards wide, worth 12c. inches wide, with red border, handsome floral patterns, former Bobbinet effect. One lot of good quality Madras Table ; price 65c, our special price for this Covers, dark colors, 1 yards square, sale, per yard Towels, blue or For Ladies' Fancy Striped Petticoats, medium For extra quality Linen Bird-ey- e N. B. Fine Bobbinet Mosquito alike on both sides, usual r" r--v 1 price 7oc; marked to close red border, hemmed and finished ready for use, weight, made very full, umbrella flounce, trimmed For three bars of Wild Flower Toil-Bars made to order. WVV- - will wear well. with cords, good value. ct Soap, perfumed, white or pink. quick at full-siz1-Satin-finishe- d made of good quality muslin, full length and width,OQp Per vnrd for Plain or Figured Black Mohair, 38 nil sizps. snip nrirp in. wide, for separate skirts and suits; 35c quality. e For Hoop Bars, made The new Collarless Night on large wire hoop, 2 lA yards SteamShirts, made of a fine quality Per vard for Lupin's celebrated lng 9 yards wide, our own muslin, neatly trimmed, extra sponged Black Cheviot, both plain and diagonal,make. 42 inches wide; regular G5c quality. LADIES' PETTICOATS. tull width and length, sizes 15 to TOWELS AND TOWELING. For Ladies' Ncarsilk or Metallic Striped e 3C For Canopv Net 17 trimined with made with Mosquito Bars. Just received another ship ment ot Men's Night Shirts, FIGURED BLACK MOHAIR. cambric, trimmed with wide torclion Jace, or a deep llounce ot Hamburg embroidery, extra dust rullle, well made. $1.24: to For host, nimlilv White Muslin Skirt. (Icon ruffle of 9 14 years, former price 50c. for Fancy Work. Women's Hosiery. Mngnotic Prices. 4 95c full-siz- 25c 48c All-woo- l, Our special price price per yard, Per pair for Ladies' Pure Egyptian for heavy quality 46 inches Hose, plain or novelty wide, for art work of all kinds. plaids and stripes, full seamless, fast fine Kid Gloves, very Per pair for Ladies' colors, 25c quality. elastic, embroidered back; colon, green, red, tan, brown and black, usual price for them SI per pair. Per yard for White Linen, 21-- 2 yards wide, for mantel and table Per pair for Ladies' Cotton Hose, drop stitch or plain, striped all Per pair for extra quality Kid Gloves, in covers, worth $1 per yard. striped top, through, or new fall shades, embroidered back, guaranteed and black or blue ground, 40 gauge, fitted to the hand; regular 1.25 quality. double heel and toe ; worth 30c per Powder, LADIES' KID GLOVES. 25c All-linen, 15c drop-stitc- 14 75c 75c Sl.OO 20c d 14 two-colore- Toilet Soap. pair.-- . C $1.25 50c Tery Special. 8 98c 4c Table Linen Bargain. IOC $1.24 5c I 4 1 50c c 3 CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS. DECAYING. , 8 8 Jnines Crcclnmn Says British Trade in the East Ts Goiug to PicccH. Hns Yet to find a American Who Favors Alliance. Well-Inform- ed Russia Encourages American ' Trade, While England Opposes It. THE "AFRICAN IN THE WOODPILE." When you ask an English statesman why the people of the United States should favor an alliance of any kind with Great Britain he will tell you that, once united, the two nations can dictate to the rest of the world, says James Crcelman in the New York Journal. But I have yet to find a serious and American citizen who desires to support this scheme of international dictatorship. British statesmen have said to me again and again that the American flag must be kepi flying in the Philippine islands because the breaking up of the Chinese Empire is at hand, and if is necessary that the two great Anglo-Saxo- n nations, with similar interests in Asia and in joint control of the Nicaragua canal, shall be in a position to insist that the great markets of the far East shall not be closed to the commerce of the world. Thi9, of course, is based upon the assumed idea that the United States does not intend to apply the high protective tariff system to the ports of the Philippine archipelago, and that Great Britain is to be an equal partner, or at least a special partner, in the control of the Nicaragua canal. Certainly, if Congress applies the McKinley tariff or any tariff of the same general nature to the Philippine islands, and if the United States adheres to Mr. Blaine's and Mr. Frelinghuysen's official declaration that treaty is extinct in so the Clayton-Bulwfar as it relates to the Nicaragua, canal, we shall hear no more in England about an Anglo-Saxo- n alliance, political,,, or moral. The truth of thesUuation is tlut British er com-jnerc- ial trade in the East is going to pieces. Germany and the United States are driving British manufacturers even out of markets covered by the British flag. Mean-whil- e the great Russian railway system. running six thousand miles east and west and two thousand miles north and south. will be in operation within two or three years, and this will control the carrying trade of Northern China and India. while the magnificent merchant marine fleets of France and Germany, together with the Russian volunteer naval reserve fleet and the rapidly increasing merchant fleet of Japan, are breaking down Great Britain's control of the carrying trade in the South. I can myself testify, as the result ot recent experience, that both the German and the French steamers plying between Europe and Asia are superior in every respect to the vessels of the once all controlling Peninsular & Oriental line; that freight is more carefully handled, and that passengers are treated with less atrogance and harshness. On the British steamer which carried me to France from Hong Kong I was compelled to pay a fee for reading books in the ship's library, to buy every sheet of writing paper and every envelope I used. Not only that, but I had to nav extra for paper tags used to mark my baggage. The eighteen-kno- t Peninsular & Oriental steamer ran an average of fourteen knots to save coal. I mention these facts, which came under my personal observation, simply to indicate the decay of British enterprise in Asia. The Hong Kong and Shanghai Corporation, the most powerful and extensive British financial institution in the East, issues paper money in Shanghai and discounts It in Hong Kong and Mar-il- a. In other words, this bank pays you a dollar in paper currency which it prints in Shanghai or Hong Kong and refuses to accept it except at the place of issue without charging a heavy rate of exchange; sometimes amounting to two or three per cent. The whole British commercial and financial system in Asia is rotten and out of date. Whatever American commerce and industry may achieve in Asia, with or without the Philippines, must be accomplished in spite of, and not because of, the presence of the British there. I have talked with some of the ablest Americans in the East, and they all agree that we have more to expect from Russia than from Great Britain. Russia is the growing, Great Britain the dying power in Asia. Russia encourages American trade; England opposes and undermines it So shrewdly have the British pushed their thaory of a, "union of hearts" in the Philippines Uiat Gen. Otis has made the Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Cor poration the bank of deposit for the United States. When the Philippine outbreak against our authority occurred Gen. Otis refused to allow American newspapers or merchants to use the cable, although he permitted this British bank to cable an account of the fighting to its agents at Hong Kong, and the American public got its first news that the American flag had been fired upon through the courtesy of the British bank manager in Hong Kong. Of course it is easy to see the profitable advantage which this official favoritism gave to a d British firm as against the American firms. This incident is not in itself important except as an illustration of the British point of view in the Philip pines. Whatever we are to do in the Philippines or elsewhere in Asia, we may be sure of one thing, that British inter ests and American interests, British methods and American methods, are radically different. In the early days of our war with Spain I talked with John Hay at his London residence almost every afternoon. I know that he was then vigorously opposed to an alliance with Great Britain. He was n also opposed to any joint naval or other demonstration in Asia, although he admitted that there might be instances in which the pressure of similar interests might warrant simultaneous, rather than joint, action by Great Britain and the United States. In a long experience with American diplomatic officers in London I must frankly acknowledge that John Hay is the only one I have known who was not sooner or later mesmerized by British influence. He was at all times a modest, dignified, sen sible American. I predict that so long as he is permitted to have a potent share in the determination of our foreign policy the Anglo-Saxo- n alliance idea will not advance beyond the after-dinnspeech stage. non-favoreAnglo-Americaer SHELBYVILLE. Warm Welcome Extended the Louisville Visitors to the County Fair. Beautiful Girls Form a Scene of Superb Loveliness Not to Be Forgotten. The Shan Van Vocht Interested in the Proposed Gaelic Movement. ity of Shelbyville on that day shown her friends. They have already sent words of praise to the ends of the Union. Ken tucky is noted as the most hospitable State in the country, and Shelby county easily carries the palm in the State and our city is first in the county. The Louisville delegation was met by thousands, and all agreed that never in the dreams of fancy or the romance of fiction was conceived a more glorious scene than that which greeted our visitors on their arrival. Beautiful girls, the pride of Kentucky's manhood and the jjlory of her chivalry, formed a scene of such superb loveliness that never will it be forgotten. No wonder that a shout went up from the visitors that alone could give expression to their happiness, PARADE ECHOKS. The Newsboys' Band was very proud of the notice they attracted as they led the GOSSIP. PERSONAL AND SOCIETY NARROW ESCAPE. A girl named Maggie Ann Madden, re siding with her parents at 29 Henry street, Portadown, had a very narrow escape from being killed in High street, Belfast, last Saturday evening. She was on a visit to the city with her mother and other relatives and, happening to cross the street convenient to the Albert Me morial in front of a passing tram-ca- r, was knocked down. The tram was at once stopped, the driver doing all he could to avert the accident, and the girl was taken from her perilous position by Constable Johnstone.) On arrival at the Royal Hos-- . pital the medical staff found she had sustained an ugly scalp wound, but this being attended to she was able to proceed " ' to Portadown, Special Correspondence of the Kentucky Irish American.! SiiRr.BYVii.r.K, Aug. 31. Insignificant, deserted villages, like the one circumstances oblige us to call Kentucky's capital, with loud huzzas and discordant blasts of pewter trumpets shout "success" for every trivial undertaking, and Frankfort can bear witness that such end in dismal failures. Not so with urouressive cities like Shelbyville. Like all great agencies in creation, they work to glorious success in deepest sffence. Occasionally, however, they are forced to burst out in tremendous gladness and invite their friends and neighbors to see the results of their labors. They know what they want and success always crowns their efforts. Others do not know their needs, and consequently their aimless efforts become labor lost and bring forth bitter disappointment, winch unfortunately are too well merited. Success is no Aladdin's palace that springs up in an hour. It is a growth due, like all other growths, to soil and cliniate, to well directed effort and general ness." The truth is, however, that what ever success is attained by such periodic and justly proud displays of ability had existence long anterior to results. Such in fact is the case with the proud city of the "Shan Van Vocht." During the past week for a day we for--1 got our modesty, and opening our homes, our hearts and our purses, proudly did we receive the 6,0Q0 of our Louisville friends who oame to wltntf. the works of the most dvauced toyntiii the State and to efrjoy a day at the fair, in Kentucky, JU is uot fonus to npk of the hospital "go-aheade- bt procession. The floats carrying the beautiful young ladies were greeted with enthusiastic cheers along the line. Capt. Pemberton and Engineer O'Leary g men on were easily the Many a heart went "pita-pahorseback. with sudden palpitation as the t" girls noticed Dan's proud pose. Congressman Gilbert in an eloquent speech gave the freedom of the city, and as he took his seat all his ambitions seemed to have been satisfied, and that the world held no higher honors than those shown him on this occasion. "The green old flag" was conspicuous at the City Hall and the business house of Col. John M. Casey. A word in regard to the appearance again of the Shan Van. From silvery springs and babbling brooks and sylvan shades we come to regret our promise in the last communication, to deplore also the fact that unwittingly we made men tion of the charming young lady who' was so intensely interested at the Colonel's recital of his thrilling experiences in the Mammoth Cave. She has not since looked at the Colonel, and he says the water of hot springs is not to be compared to what our innocent reference' to his powers of pleasing brought him into. The young lady says that for the present she can not assume the responsibility of reporting for the Kentucky Irish American the authentic happenings of the town. Many changes have taken place since our last letter.. Garret Lee wears a Goebel button and does uot speak to the Shan Van Vocht, which proves that Garret was always a bright boy. His friends in the office of the Sentinel all wear Goebel buttons and a downcast look. Garret'has ceased selling tlie'Euier of Life," as be boys, de finest-lookin- mand something stronger. In fact, he gave it to them recently so strong that it would take a yoke of oxen to "pull out" the "after effects." We noticed among the manv who were here "Louisville day" Miss Mary Lynch and her friend, Miss Mamie O'Niel, Gus Kane, Owen Sullivan, Martin Minogue, James Logan and Miss Pearl O'Leary, with a party of friends. John Lee, of Virginia, visited friends and relatives here this week. Miss Josie Hartnett, a most charming young lady of Louisville, is spending the summer here with her aunt, Mrs. D. O'Sullivan. The Louisville Post got out a special fair edition with illustrations of our city and distinguished men which was very interesting. The very best picture, how ever, was that of Rev. Father Fitzgerald. What with Editor Lewis' Dante's In ferno editorial on the Rev. Dr. Kerfoot and the f25,000 libel suit that reverend gentleman has instituted against him; a n poli of au lively "set-to- " tician and a clerk of the court in the" Court-hous- e some time ago, and now follows a lively "scrap" between a very prominent gentleman and one not quite so prominent, we are gaining a big reputation. The Colonel says just wait till "we Irish" get turned loose then we will have "Magone" sure enough. What has become of my friend Sullivan and the Gaelic clasi he was going to organize some time ago? Get to work, Brother Sullivan, as the Shan Van hopes to have the pleasure of calling on you some time in the near future, and nothing would give her more pleasure than to be introduced to a class such as she thinks you are capaoie 01 gelling logeiuer. see, now, that vou begin at once, as you have some good material to start with. My friends Dennis Ryan and Roger Sheedy are contemplating a tour of the country with one of Edison's talking machines. Dennis says if he can have some plates made with the talks he has heard in his neighborhood it will simply be the greatest thing of the day. One thing he must draw the line on that's the Colonel's Gaelic tongue, as it would ruin forever the machine. Irish-America- DEN'S IE 1 415-41- PHONE 018. 7 SECOND ST,, East Side. II ROUTE Ico Cream Parlor Attached. Absolutely PURE ICE CREAM at $ 1 a gallon. Tiiis is as low as Pure Ice Cream can be made, for this reason: Sweet cream costs from GOc to 75c a gallon; so you can not expect to buy pure unadulterated ice cream for less than $1 a gallon. All Flavors. Special Rates to Picnics, Etc. BIG FOUR TO Indianapolis Peoria CHICAGO and am; pomTS in INDIANA and ... .. MICHIGAN. .. BEST TERMINALS UNION DEPOT Corner Seventh St. and River. CITY TICKET OFFICE No. 218 Fourth Ave. General Agent, Louisville, Ky. E. G. MCCORMICK, Pass. Traf. Mgr., WARREN J. LYNCH, A. G. P. A., CINCINNATI. O. S. J. QA1I$S, 0. J. CALLAHAN, HAKER OP FINE Shan Van vocht. LAWN FETE. Boots and Shoes 1708 Seventh Street, The ladies of St. Charles Borromeo's Work Guaranteed and Repairing Neatly Dene church announce their annual lawn fete and ice cream festival for next Tuesday B. L. DURKMAN. S. A. ANDERSON. Ami Wmlnpsdnv eveninps. Those civen in former years have been among the BURKMAN & ANDERSON most eniovable held in this city, ihts year's will take place on the lawn of the residence of Mrs. Basil Doerhoefer, 2410 1435 West Market St." West Chestnut street, and a large attend ance i already assured, The proceeds Interior Decorating, Hardwood Finish- tng, urainiiig ana li lading; will be for the benefit of the school. PAINTERS, iCBJs:aMTOicY ixexiSH . ambhicax. The Tenth Annual Labor Day Celebration and Excursion, Labor Day, Monday, September 4, to Kern Grove. Steamers Columbia and Sunshine from First St. at 8:30 and 9:30 a. m., 1 and 2 p. m. purpose to persuade the various unions from which we are delegates to return to your body, Central Labor Union. "After your communication was read, the following motion was put, unanimously adopted and the Corresponding Secretary instructed to inform your body thereof. The resolution reads as follows: "Resolved, That the United Trades and Labor Assembly herewith extend a cordial invitation to all true union men affiliated with that political side-shothe Central Labor Union, to join our body, which is and composed only of trades unionists and men who have the welfare of organized labor really at heart. "By order of U. T. and L. A. "Jas. E. Robhrts, President. "Humphrey Knkcht, Cor. Sec." Upon motion it was decided to "publish the two letters and forward copies to the American Federation and the national officers of the various unions to which the locals belong. President Gompers of the American Federation of Labor had been advised of the action of the Central Labor Union, and complimented the body in the following terms: "I nm exceedingly pleased that the Central Labor Union has taken the fraternal attitude that it has toward all organizations unattached to your body. I trust that nothing will be left undone by you and your colleagues to accomplish the desired result, and that your overtures maybe received by the same kindly and fraternal spirit, and thus bring about a greater Unity of the labor forces of Louisville than has ever existed within its borders before." A resolution was adopted commending to workingnien the product of the Soap Workers' Union of Dayton, O., and a communication relative to the bricklayers was referred to the Building Trades' Council The communication from Walter S. Forester, publisher of the Free Press, complaining of the action of Typographical Union No. 10 in refusing to admit him to membership, was referred to the Allied Printing Trades Council. He is desirious of getting the union label, officers of that company and the representatives of this body; be it, ""Resolved, That this body not only favors such a proposition, but also a more metropolitan street car system, viz., conductors on every street car in the city, vestibules for the protection of motor-me- n from cold and inclement weather from November 1 until the last of March of each year, and heated cars for the benefit of its patrons. "Resolved, That the proposition emaUnited Trades nating from the and Labor Union be not considered, for the foregoing and following reasons, United Trades First The and Labor Union is a body without any standing or recognition, composed of an element who, finding they could not rule, tried to ruin the forces of organized labor in this city. Second Said dual body filed false charges with the American Federation of Labor against divers members of this body and demanded the revocation of the charter, and after a decision had been rendered against them refused to abide by said decision. Third At a meeting of said dual body on the 20th inst. resolutions were adopted denouncing the personnel of the Central Labor Union and repudiating the decision of President Gompers of the American Fed; eration of Labor, a man known all over the labor world for his fairness and honesty; therefore be it still further, "Resolved, That it be the sense of this body that the Street Railway Employes' Union is the proper organization to take the initiatory step to secure the foregoing needed reforms, and we stand ready to with said organizaconfer and tion to the end that they may be ?F CENTRAL LABOR UNION OF LOUISVILLE, TICKETS 25c. the Good Music and Lots of Amusements. ALL OFF. Insulting Koply to the Dignified Request to Unite For Labor's Best Interests. The Central Labor Union Una Now Placed the Seecders on ICccord. Kleiderer, The Tailor, Wishes to announce that he has bought the establishment of JULIUS WINTER & CO. to-w- it: I have just received a complete line of With the EmWill ployes of the Louisville City Co-Oper- Hallway Company. PRINTERS OF NEW YORK INDORSED. New Fall and Winter Importations Which consists of the Most Select aud Choicest Fabrics. I am prepared to give ED. S. COWAN, Cutter. L. P. KLEIDERER, Cutter. T. H. CROWLEY, Salesman. F is 1' ' ' lived up to the spirit of the ten-holaw and recognized the now conceded right of laborers to act as organized bodies. The 4,000 cigarmakers who have beeu Notes aud Gossip of the Week on a strike at Tampa, Fla., have returned to work, their demands having been conFrom All Ports of the ceded by the manufacturers. Several Country. hundred of them left for Cuba at the beBring your orders for job printing to ginning of the trouble. this office. Carpenters at Nashville have organized The Illinois State Federation of Labor meets at Danville on October 3. and applied for a charter to join the The tin, metal and slate roofers of National Brotherhood of the craft. OrNashville are forming a local organiza- ganizations of painters, stone masons, harness makers, press feeders and tinners tion of the craft. The Iron Holders' Union label will are also in process of formation. Cumberland, Md., is operating its own hereafter be cast into the product made municipal lighting plant, the cost thereof by union molders. The Colorado Journeymen Plumbers' , for the past six months being at the rate State Association has adopted a scale of of $3.30 per arc lamp per year. Under the past contract with a lighting com$i per day of eight hours. That the Kentucky Irish American is steadily growing in favor with its readers pany Cumberland paid $91.25 for the Morrison, Secretary of tlie same service. and usefulness to the public is evidenced by the action of the Central Labor Union American Federation of Labor, will deat a recent meeting in giving this paper its indorsement, which is the more The recent convention of the Amalgaliver the Labor day address at Youngs-towwelcome and appreciated because unsolicited and unexpected. The publisher is mated Association of Iron and Steel O. grateful, and will endeavor to merit this additional recognition. Our friends will . ! n; i ... . uusmess men ana me iraues unions oir i Workers authorized the publication of a be pleased to learn that the proposition favoring the indorsement was unanimously Atlanta have pledged themselves to raise weekly paper by the association, subject adopted by the delegates of both bodies. The preamble and resolutions adopted by 2,000 for the Labor day celebration in to the approval of the members of the , the Central Labor Union are as follows: various local lodges. They have voted that city. Whereas, Many misstatements have recently appeared in the press of this almost unanimously in favor of the Carpenters' and plasterers' unions ofi city relative to the Central Labor Union and organizations represented therein; aud project. ai. raui win nne an members a nay s Whereas, The Kentucky Irish American has always been a consistent and Thirteen labor representatives were wages ($3) who do not participate in the unbiased champion of the trades uuion movement; therefore be it elected to Parliament at the recent EngLabor day parade. Resolved, That the Central Labor Union indorse said Kentucky Irish American lish elections. When it is remembered Indianapolis, Muncie, Elwood, Marion, as the official newspaper of this body. Anderson and Alexandria, Ind,, are to that in England none but a householder Resolved, That the proceedings of this organization aud all affiliated unions be have a United Labor day parade and has a vote, and that members of Parliament serve without compensation, it will commuuicated to the public through the columns of the aforesaid paper. demonstration at Elwood. be readily understood that the English Des Moines, Iowa, trades unions are trades unionists are fully alive to the impushing the project of a Labor Temple, portance of having a hand iu the framing several organizations having subscribed of laws affecting their own interests. in sums varying from $50 to $400. MY IRISH MAUREEN DI1U. The Order of Railway Trainmen, having an aggregate membership of over 33,000, will mcve their headquarters to Have you ever seen a maiden in view Secretary Young addressed a which is denied him because of his conDUBLIN HORSE SHOW, n Whose cheek was like the rose, printing office. courteous and dignified letter to the per- ducting a Cleveland at the close of the present Some two years ago the Central Labor Whose hair was like the raven year. sons comprising that body. The response And her bosom like the snows, was of a character that reflects no credit Union led a movement to require the Castellanos firms have Visit the Most Thirty-tw- o upon its authors, and both are here given Louisville Street Railway Company to day to the boiler Whose step was light and graceful granted the eight-hou- r Notable Function of Its As the wild deer on the dew, that the public may fully understand place conductors and vestibules upon its makers and irou on new Kind In Europe. them. They leave room for only one cars. The matter was compromised. The work and the nine-hou- r day on repairs When he bounds along the meadows? 'Twas my Irish Maureen Dhu. conclusion, and that is favorable to the company was then under heavy expense to old work. The Comte and Comtesse Boni de legal body. Secretary Young's letter is in extending its electric system and lines, The referendum vote just taken by .the Have you seen the fragrant morning and agreed with the representatives of were prominent figures during the International Association of Machinists asfollows: In the lovely month of June, "LouiSViM.it, KV., July 26, 1899. To labor to immediately place conductors on Dublin horse show last week, the most indicate that the headquarters of the Members of the United several of its lines, and also heaters in notable function of its kind in Europe. organization will be riioved from Chicago When the fields are decked the fairest the Officers and And the birds iu sweetest tune? Trades and Labor Assembly Gentlemen: its cars during cold weather. The first Buyers came from all parts of the world. to Washington. And above the vocal woodlands doubtless aware that the differ- part of the agreement was carried out, Representatives of all the European GovYou are Five thousand men were benefited by Swell the notes of the cuckoo? ences existing for some time past in the At the last meeting of the rival body ernments were present and Dublin was the recent reduction iu working hours But fairer than the summer ranks of organized labor have been pro- ( resolutions were passed to again inaugu- thronged with the smartest society. Is my Irish Maureen Dhu. The Comte and Comtesse lived aboard from ten to nine a day in the Milwaukee ductive of no good results, and knowing rate the war, calling upon the working that the interests of labor can best be people to decline to pay their fares only the steam yacht Valhalla at Kingstown. breweries. in There was no corresponding There's a world of mischief lurking wages. It was thought this They dined with Viceroy Cadogan at the reduction served by unification of its forces and .to conductors. In her rolling big brown eye, Nashville labor unions talk of putting harmony of action, and following the in- would give the body some prestige, but Viceregal lodge, and entertained the But oceans there of sympathy structions of the Central Labor Union, the mistake made lies in the fact that Viceroy, Vicerine and court aboard the up a labor ticket at the October election And seas of kindness lie, pursuant to resolutions adopted at its the workingnien can not be led to enter Valhalla, which was beautifully illumin- to be headed by William Aimison, And her soul is like the heavens ' of the International Typomeeting on Sunday, you are hereby cor- n fight before first consulting the railway ated for the occasion. In their cloudless autumn blue graphical Union, for Mayor. Comte Boni was deeply interested in dially iuvited and earnestly requested to management and its employes aud en- As brilliant, pure and beautiful The referendum vote recently taken by ueavoruing 10 eue- -t an amicable ana the horse show and bought two pairs of ttgaiu affiliate with that body. My Irish Maureen Dhu. He the Bricklayers' International Union on "The Central Labor Union is officially satisfactory settlement of the matter, that splendid carriage horses for $5,400. recognized as the regular central labor course precluding the error of snap judg- expressed himself as delighted altogether the proposition of joining the American But to see her brow angelic When she meekly kneels in prayer The Cen- with his- - visit to Ireland, promising Federation of Labor is unofficially anbody of Louisville, acting under the char- ment or injurious legislation. s Could our beautiful St. Brigid of that great head of tral Labor Union still stands for reform surely to attend the horse show next nounced to have been carried. and ter The Castellanes sailed Saturday Look so innocent aud fair? Owing to differences between master trades unionism, the American Federa- and improvement of our local railway year. tion of Labor, and within its fold will be system, but will only resort to legitimate for Trouville, their party Including the plumbers and contracting builders at Oh, 'twould make a Pagan turn To the worship of the True, After Due and Duchesse de Luynes and the Hartford, Conn., a movement is on foot found plenty of opportunity for work by means to bring about that result. those desiring the consolidation of the a full disenssion of the matter the fol- Marquise de Galliffet, wife of the War among the latter to have their plumbing The simple faith and loveliness Of Irish Maureen Dhu. forces of organized labor and having at lowing was adopted as the sentiment of Minister, whose preseuse on the Valhalla work done independent of the master shows that Comte Boni does not carry plumbers. heart the best interests of trades uuion the members: Oh, 'tis sweet to be a hero "Whereas, The proposition to equip his violent ists. A movement is on foot in New York And to win the world's applause; will take this communi-i- - the street railways of the city of Louis- animus into private life. "Hoping you State to force Chief State Factory In- 'Tis sweet to march to battle cation in the kindly spirit in which it is ville with conductors is one that has alThe Royal Commission of Inquiry into spector John J. Williams to either resign In a nation's righteous cause, intended, and will lend your influence ways met with the approval of the trades the subject of local taxation will com- that position or else the National Presi- 'Tis sweet to be a Hugh O'Neill, "for the return to this body of the various and labqr unions affiliated with this Cenmence its sittings in Ireland in October. dency of the Brotherhood of "Carpenters Owen Roe or Brian Boru, unions from which you are delegates, tral Labor Union, and we believe with aud Joiners, But I'd rather be MacSomran feeling of the the approval of the citizens' and tax- It will be (emembered that it was to have and assuting you that the The Minnesota Bureau of Labor statisdone so last October, but the changes With my Irish Maureen Dhu. members of this body is 'Malice toward payers in general; and, made iu the incidence of local taxation tics in its examination of conditions in very re-- u United Trades in "Whereas, The none, and charity for all, I am this country by the local government the manufacturing districts of St. Paul Oh, father loved my Maureen spectfu'lly yours, Zeno M. Young, and Labor Union, composed of six or act of And he wished her for my bride, workingnien last year necessitated the postpone- finds that out of "Cor. Sec. Central Labor Union." seven seceding organizations, has maliment that took place. The investigation, therein employed ouly 9 per cent, own And gave us half the farm received: The following is the reply ciously slandered and in the same breath And a cottage snug beside, however, it is now determined will com- their houses, To asked tlie - 'VLowsviMK, Ky., Aug. 25, 1899. of workingnien, Gunton's Magazine says the Brooklyn, A cow, a car aud pony, of Central members of unions represented iu this mence at the time mentioned, and thus the Officers aud Members And his filial blessing, too, street car L herewith body, to participate in a revolutionary an important duty is once thrown on all New York and Cleveland Labor who strikes are Manifestly unnecessary busi- And the dearest of his daughters receipt of your com- fight against the Louisville City Railway Irishmengiving are "up" iu the subject acknowledfre'the such evidence upon it as that of Is my Irish Maureen Dhu. munication, dated july 26. 1899, in which Company to force the placing of con-- , will properly set forth the case of Ireland ness disturbances, which need, not, otught P. T, M'G. not and would not Jiave occurred if the United Trades and Labor ductors on' its cars, involving a violation iu tint matter for the information of you urge the of . the corporations bad to this office. management Bring your job work Assembly to ue uei influence lor uie of the agreement entered into between There was the largest attendance of delegates for some time past at the meeting of the Central Labor Union when President McGill called that body to order at 2 o'clock last Sunday, and when the adjournment was had at C o'clock a surprisingly large amount of business had Credentials were rebeen transacted. ceived from the following unions and the delegates seated: Typographical Union No. 10 Walter Young, James J. Martin, Zeno M.Young, Tom Asa and Max Tra'ut. Press Feeders' and Helpers' Union-Geo- rge Ditsch, Joseph Bailey, William Boettner. Barbers' Union Gus Katumerer. At the preceding meeting of the Central Labor Union, after receiving President Gompers decision refusing to recognize the United Trades and Labor Assembly formed recently by a small number of seceding delegates, it was determined to try and bring back those unions that had withdrawn, in the hope of uniting all the local unions into one compact and influential central body. With that end of the Highest Order. TjCSr1! STYLE, FIT and "WORKMANSHIP have retained the same workmen formerly employed by the old firm. Iv.'P. KLEIDERER, 'II 354 FOURTH AVE., Near Jefferson. realized." A resolution was also adopted indorsing the course of the Typographical Union of New York City in its fight with the New York Sun, which has of late been acting as an oppressor of all organized labor. The local union will take the matter in hand at its meeting Sunday, after which sales of that sheet will be few and far between in this city. LABOR WORLD. INDORSED BY THE EENTRAL LABOR UNION. n, . ! OUR NEXT GOVERNOR. He Would Rather Be Right Than to Hold Any Office. non-unio- ship-buildin- g ship-builde- FRANK FEHR BREWING IXCOBFOBATffiD. 60. Cas-tella- ( BREWERS AND BOTTLERS, LOUISVILLE, KY. ITALIAN -- SWISS COLONY WINE 7 West Jefferson Street. 219-22- by-law- CO., . s, WHALLEN BROTHERS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN Proprs., ICY. LIQUORS Teloiiliono SilOO. OF HLL KINDS, LOUISVILLE, -- JOHN P. OBRTBL, BUTCIIERTOWN BREWERY, 1400-140& "Unions-Gentlem- en: CREAM COMMON BEER Story Avenue, t, Telephone 891. LOUISVILLE, KY. XCNrOTXJOICY ADDITIONAL SOCIETY. IRISH ACBK:IOr. A T, J. WAT HEN Miss Delia Rooney, one of Nashville's Daisy. Words and Music by Anna E. Gumakr. Tempo en FACTORY, most nccouiplished and attractive young ladies, will be the guest of Miss Maggie Einnegan for the next six weeks. Several receptions will be held in honor of the fair visitor. li vahe. daughter of Col. Thomas Mulligan, of the Louisville Hotel, left this week for Miss Loretto Mulligan, the charming f. 629 EldllTH ST. Chicago, where she will enter Loretto Academy for the purpose of completing her education. Miss Mary Crawford, a pretty Sixth-street Dear lit - tie ad lib. THE KENTUCKY girl, left this week for a month's C5c Vanilla and Lemon, per gal 75c visit with friends at White Sulphur gal Fruits ami Chocolates, per 75c Springs, St. Croix and Eckerby, Ind., Coffee and Banana, per gal .$1.00 where she will spend some time as tue Almond and Macaroon, per gal $ 1.00 to fl.25 guest of her cousin, Miss Mamie Walsh. Bisque and Tnttifrutti $1.00 Bricks and Euchre 05c Sherbets and Ices Miss Joe Scannell, of 1712 Pope street, 50c Sweet Cream has returned home from Pulaski, Tenn., where she was the guest of her uncle, Mr. Cream delivered to New Albany and Owen Callahan. She was tendered a JelTersouville; also shipped to all ship-pin- g delightful reception by Miss May Callapoints. han and received much social attention while there. . VP M.I). M.O. . J) : . IRISH 0 0 0 0 m w 0 0 0 AMERICAN '(ST dni dai sy Mrs. William H. Osborne and two children are at their home, Park Place, after A specialty. It is the purest and best. visit with friends a delightful and relatives in Syracuse and Rochester, Telephones 2144 and 2588. N. Y. She was occompanied.to this city BSTSpecial rates to hotels, dealers and by her sister, Mrs. Osborne, of Rochester, who will be her guest during the month large orders. of September. s' :p: so blue, .... The S9S9SS9SS3S9SSS9SaS3S9SS 1 Walsh the Tailor, 232 FOURTH AYE. 8 2 Examine Complete Line Martin H. Minogue has returned from Shelbyville, where he went with the Commercial Club last week to the Shelby county fair. With him were Messrs. Charles Reem and George Sheely and daughter, Miss Nellie. While there they were handsomely entertained by the friends of Mr. Minogue. Miss Nora Hauuon, for some time bookkeeper at the New York store, and Mr. Andrew Galleghcr, City Treasurer of Omaha, Neb., were united in marriage Tuesday morning at the Sacret Heart Retreat. The ceremony was performed by Fathar Aloysius in the presence of a few friends. Miss Annie Groark was maid of honor, and Mr.' James Hannon was best man. Mr. and Mrs. Gallegher left that morning for St. Louis, where they will make a short visit before they go to Omaha. 3ai -- .0 0 0 0 -- 3E .0 0 0- - 0. Has celebrated its anniversary, entering upon its Third Volume. The promises made to its readers and friends in the first issue have been faithfully observed, and its circulation has enj'oyed a steady growth. This should be increased in the future until it is n read in the home of every in Kentucky and adjoining States. The Kentucky Irish American for the coming year will make features of Irish-America- 8 Summer 8 8 3 m Our $10 Quick Meal sky lias re - Hcct ed its light up - on . . . you ! . Mr. and Mrs. Pete Murphy, of Covington, were delightfully entertained at a given in their honor Monday A splendid Ga3 Range with four W reception by Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Camfield at oven, broiler burners, 17xl(5-incand all the many qualities that have (A their residence, 1103 Baxter avenue. An made the Quick Meal so popular, f) elaborate dinner was served, the tables Every Quick Meal sold is the cause aR and dining-roobeing tastefully decoof other sales, as it gives such per- - U rated. Besides the guests of honor there satisfaction. Take no chances; 9) feet were present Mesdames Pat O'Brien, Tom purchase our Quick Meal, which is time tried, proven right and none (i Camfield, Thomas Mannix, William Doncan' be better. The gas company W ahue, Misses Sarah Bergin, Maytne generously assists our sales by mak- - iR Eleanor Mannix, Rose Mannix, ing free connections, giving tickets (4 Bessie Murphy, Lizzie Mannix, Annie, W for three lessons at the Alumnae Mayme and Katie Camfield, Bridgie and Club Cooking School and distrib- 01 Mayme Walsh; Messrs. Thomas Camfield, uting a valuable cook book. Jr., Frank Hermanson, Thomas Mannix, 8 Frank Camfield, James Mannix, Thomas Camfield, Sr., William Donahue, Rudell 214 MARKET, Ncor Second. jh and Harry Murphy. Speaks for Itself. h r i j tat 0 v -- & 0- - -- r 01 J ril. M. Irish News, Church News, Society News, Home News, Labor News, Sporting News. It is a First-Clas- s Zi . Red-dingto- n, --- 0 00- 0- 0- - Copyright, M7, by the Musical Nkws Company. ' . GEHER &SON, i n HP- -' -- i i 1 KSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS o IRELAND. Record of Weekly Journal which is printed and mailed ou 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 iu great benefit to our advertisers, who should remember the fact that it has the Official Indorsement of the Grow ing 'mong grass es and 'Neilfs New Studio, 342 W. the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges. well-know- mm a tempo; X- - Market St. Positively the Finest Work. Reduction iu prices for thirty days to introduce my Pictures. JOHN P. KELLY & DEALERS IN Groceries, Vegetables, Fresh Meats, Produce. Seventeenth and Bank Streets, Special attention given to family orders, and goods delivered to all parts of tlie city. RIVERVIEW Is Now Open A PARK to the Public few select dates for picnics, etc., open. Call at office, 413 W. Jefferson. CONCERT EVERY SUNDAY By PROF.MORBACH'S BAND. A Irish-Americ- OH CIGAR The Best Flvo- -, Cent Cigar oh "' WlllB w. stksoejhive:, is. Manufacturer, catt gmofco. Preston and Rawllngs Sts. M. D. Lawler, LEGHORNS. FIRST CLASS GROCERY AND SALOON, N. W. Cor. Nineteenth and Duncan. Fine Lunch and Music Saturday Night. BROWN Average 200 egga a year. Eggs for hatching 5 cents each. Two Cockerels for aale.cheap. CHAS. J D. JACQUES, 3422 St. Xavi! n The funeral of Patrick Hand, a Dunlin bricklayer, occurred on August 10. Successful fairs were held August .19 at Hallybay, County Monaghan, and Rath niullen, County Donegal. on The Tyrone fair at Saturday, August 19, had a very large at tendance and good sales were made The summer meeting of the Royal Society of Antiquaries was held this year iu Belfast, lasting from August 15 to 18 The Earl of Arran has discovered gold on his Irish estate in combination with copper, and a new kind of marble has been found in fair abundance near Gal way. John J. Doyle was buried in Glasnevin cemetery on Monday, August 14. He was a member of the firm of Farley & Co., of Dublin, and his death followed an illness of short duration. There is great dissatisfaction through out the West of Ireland over the high rates charged by the English railways, which are evidently intended to kill the growing fishing industry. The remains of the late Isaac McAl lister were sent from Dublin to Dungan-lio- n for interment in the family burying ground August 14. The deceased was seventy-sevent- y years old. The manufacture of artistic furniture and rustic ornaments from Irish gorse is the invention of J. II. Pamell. Speci mens oj this work were exhibited at recent shows in Dublin and formed the subject of much admiration and favorable comment. The Dublin Catholic Boys' Brigade, with its two bands, accompanied by a full muster of officers and boys, took part in the public procession iu honor of Our Lady's Assumption at Mount Argus ou Sunday, August 20. They were highly complimented upon their fine appear ancc. One of the attractions during the Dub lin horse show last weekwas the annual fashionable gathering on Lord Iveagh's grounds on the 22d. The Lord Lieuten ant and Countess Cadogau graciously gave their patronage, asNlid also the Countess of Fiugall, Countess of Mayo, Lady Iveagh, Lady B. Balfour and Lady Power. One sad fatality resulted from the late lightning storm, the victim being farmer named Boyd, who had about a hundred acres of land in Dunraymond, a district of the country lying between Mon aghau and Bally bay. It seems that Bovd, who was about forty years old and married, came into Monaghan for the purpose of training some sheep for Bel fast. After dinner he proceeded to go jiome on foot,-- and' nothing further was heard of him until lie was found lying ou 1 -!-- I r ters 0 0 0- - -- ) . i i d d J .0 Jm - JJJ r -- CENTRAL LABOR UNION And the Representatives Unions of Louisville. of the Trades $ Tlie Subscription Price in SIS IS ONLY so gay, God sure r sent i--U- 0 0 -- 0- - 0 0 0- - 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. SI PER YEAR, SUBSCRIBE NOW. you as J A Daisy. 2. liii 4 . ' rubato. ''" " " " " Advertisers Will serve their interests best by sending in their copy as early iu 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. !C Ileav-eri'- s . . . own ray 'C rubaio. Address all Correspondence and Business Communications to the the road at Feragh. The Monaghan police were communicated with, and Sergeant Flynn with a couple of men proceeded to the scene on a car. They found the unfortunate man iu a shocking condition. He wag lying face downward; his hat was torn in shreds; hit clothing was literally torn from his body; hi boots were ripped and shattered; the hair was burned off his head, and his upper Hp was split in two. The "roadway in front of where the deceased was lying wa? ripped, up for several yrfriUby the electric 1 current. David Joeph Gary, aged thirty-six- , died in Tooting lmt week. He wta born, in Limerick and educated at Castleknock and Blackrock Colleges- - He went to London about ten years ago to join his cousin, Edward Downey, in his publishing business, He remained, witlf Ward & Downey when Mr. Downey left that firm in 18W), and had Hince been" their Secre tary and manager,, j III! 11 ill , ICJNTODXJOKIY IRISH AMDRIOAN. 9M. if M) iff dUARANTUBD. RAFFO SI! NO MATTER what it is in the way of Furniture and Carpets you may want, let this house he the first to enter your mind when you think of your needs, Full line of Baby Carriages. Fine pieces a specialty. You get what you buy nt this store. 1 - fcgtai I )) All Goods Soli Arc pEI) 321 WEST MARKET ST. North Side, Between Third and Fourth. 1 INCORPORATKD. OUR GUARANTEE. Eagle Candies, being made of the very best raw materials the market affords, are pure and to healthy and guaranteed please. OUR RECORD. DAII.V CAPACITY. (1 MANUFACTURERS 1382 1883 1888 1891 1892 1893 1898 lbs. lbs. lbs. lbs. lbs. .10,000 lbs. 7o,000 lbs. 800 1,500 4,000 0,000 10,000 EAGLE BRAND CANDIES Office, Salesroom Kelly. This was a high compliment, as his division already holds the Presi dency of the board. The announcement last week that the Ladles' Auxiliary would give a euchre was a mistake. The nnme was helm used without authority. "Some ladies" cioes not mean or represent the auxiliary, The annual outlnirof the Ancient Order of Hibernians of Cincinnati, under the auspices of Division 0 and the Ladies' Auxiliary, was held last Sunday at Manhattan Park. Athletic games and con tests were features of the entertainment, which was largely attended. The Hibernians of Montreal recently held a large nnd enthusiastic meetim to protest against the offensive custom of caricaturing their race which has prevailed in that city and other parts of umaua for a long time. The most effective way to resent this form of insult is to establish and maintain such papers as the. Kentucky Irish American. During the past year the practice above referred to has been suspended by several publications not more than 100 miles from Louisville. The clambake given bv Comnanv F. Ancient Order of Hibernian Rifles, and their friends, on Sunday last at Klondike Point, was n great success in every way and those who attended will not soon forget the day, says the Bridgeport Advocate. It was one of the best times ever enjoyed by the members of the rifle com pany, as every conceivable thing that ever was given at sucu an outing was on hand in abundance, and the best of good nature prevailed throughout the entire ANNA CALDWELL, day. The Captains of the different comA member of "America's Greatest Vaudeville Stars," at the Buckingham next week. panies of the regiment were present and enthusiasm was displayed as an account of the standing of their commands wa3 given. i WALL PAPER J GREATEST ASSORTMENT OF 3 AN In the city, from the cheapest to the finest. Large line of (JAKFLTo j i1 (flattings, JjinnlBunis, laths, Rugs. r 1 Splendid qualities at the lowest price. Don't fail to see our stock before buying elsewhere. We can save you money and furnish you the best goods in the market. HUBBUCH BROS, 1 106-- 1 108 W. MARKET ST. t . HI MAIN-STREE- T BREWERY II LAGER BEER PORTER. AND IT'S PURE. LOUISVILLE, KY. ELKS' FAIR. HIBERNIANS. KNIGHTS OF REST. OUR MOTTO, Full weight, full count. Always make prices to suit the goods; never make goods to suit the price. - and Factory, What They S. E, Gor. Wenzel and Main Sts,, LOUISVILLE, KY. Ancient Order of Hibernians Will Assist In Making It a Success. The Carnival Parade Will Be the Grandest Ever Seen in Titis City. JOB.... do printing! The Ken tuck j' Irish American is prepared to the best of Job Printing, such as I Suggestion That Secure Space for An Irish Village. Trish-Anicri-cans MATTER REFERRED TO THE DIVISIONS Lauer. There was a large attendance of Mr. Lauer's friends, and all were handThe A. O. H., the A. O. H., God bless it somely entertained. At night the camp-in- g grounds were ablaze with lanterns, night and day, And may the angels guide and guard and and the sight was a pretty one. There was a band of music present and many keep it' from decay. Oh, may it grow from age to. age in other entertainments. strength and unity, SOCIETY. And link the Gael in friendship's chain and Christian chairtyl The regular meeting of the Society will be held at HiberIn evil days, when Ireland sank immersed nian Hall next Thursday evening. The in penal gloom, It rose the messenger of hope from out President, Mr. Thomas Keenan, requests the nation's tomb, the presence of every member, as a large Stood strong as granite battlement number are to be initiated and much business will come before the society. around the stricken Gael And scourged full oft in breach nnd field $17.85. New York and Return. $17.85. the bloodhounds of the pale. IRISH-AMERICAN Irish-Americ- Have Been Doing The Knights of Rest gave their final reception, of the season last Wednesday. the Past Week General The occasion was in honor of Henry C. News Notes. 1 NEY S EIII, Seventh, and St. Catherine. WINES, LiQUORS AND CIGARS. Frank Fehr's Beer always on tap. Special attention paid to orders for family use. Hot Iianeh Day and flight. Clearance Sale. Carpets Z2 ZS CASH B OR CREDIT. We have lately added to our immense stock of Furni- ture, Carpets, Mattings, Window Shades, Lace Cur- tains or anything in House Furnishing Goods. To help those who haven't the ready cash to furnish their house's we will sell you goods on the Weekly or Monthly Installment Plan, without any extra charge or seen- rity. We would be pleased if you will call on us, get our prices and especially examine-ou- r stock. LETTER HEADS NOTE HEADS BILL HEADSCARDS ENVELOPES ' TICKETS DODGERS - Philadelphia and Return. $15.85. SZZ "Big Four Route." It held aloft the torch of faith and morZZ The meeting of the County Board of the als in the land, On sale September 1, 2, 3 nnd 4, good ZZZ Ancient Order of Hibernians Wednesday And guarded well the hunted priest when returning until September 30. Only line tZ. evening was an important one, nnd the Erin's creed was bann'd. landing passengers at the Grand Central ZZ. $15.85. 91c Yd, ZS ZS ZZ ZZ ZZ ZZ ZZ F ZZ ZZ ZZ Bedstead -- All work executed promptly in first-clas- s style. Give Us Your Order Help Cs Groiu. and KENTUCKY a a IRISH AMERICAN 326 WEST GREEN ST. business transacted shows that the whole e order has a interest in all our public enterprises. There was a large attendance, every divisioii in Jefferson county being well represented. One of the matters of importance before the board for consideration was the Elks' fall industrial exposition nnd street fair, which will be held from October 9 to 21. It was voted to lend all the assistance possible to make the undertaking a grand success, the Secretary being instructed to communicate that fact to the General Committee. It was also decided to refer the proposition to take part in the carnival parade to the different divisions, to be acted upon this month, and this will probably result in adding a body of at least 1,000 men to that feature of the cele bration. Many of the members favored the plan to secure sufficient space for the purpose of conducting an Irish village, such as that at the World's Fair, where life and industries as they exist in Ireland would be exhibited. This would prove a great attraction and thousands would doubtless come to Louisville to visit it. Many committees are hard at work and arc meeting with great encouragement from our merchants and manufacturers, and the work of all departments is being pushed with great vigor. wide-awak- The magic tongue of bard and chief, the golden Celtic lore, It snatched from out oblivion's grave to life for evermore. ZZ ZZ ZZ ZZ ZZ ZZ Small pickles, olives and capers minced ZZ It clasps the exile to its breast beneath fine nre an excellent seasoning for a salad ZZ whatever sky, ZZ Relieves the widow in distress nnd dries dressing. ZZ the orphan's eye. ZZ and the sick The poor, the friendless receive its tender care, And for its dead ascends to God its daily fervent prayer. Depot, Forty-secon- d street, in the heart of New York City. Tickets and sleeping car berths at city ticket office, 218 Fourth avenue. S. J. Gates, General Agent. Ere spoke the guns of Lexington across DIVISION 1 the sea it came, The foeinan heard on Bunker Hill and Meets on the Second and Fourth Tuesday Evenings of Each Month. trembled at its name. President Thomas Keenan. On field and flood, Columbia wherever Vice President Tim J. Sullivan. thundered Mars, Recording Secretary Thomas J. Dolan To glory, fame and victory it bore the Financial Secretary Peter Cusick, 132 Twentieth street. Stripes and Stars. Treasurer John Mulloy. And in the future as in the past 'twill DIVISION 2 battle in the van For justice, right and liberty for every Meets on the Second and Fourth Thursday Evenings of Each Month. creed and clan; President William T. Meehan. As faithful guard the starry flag on its Vice President Thomas Cdmfield. adopted strand Recording Secretary J. Charles Obst. As ever did its valiant sires the green on Financial Secretary John T. Keaney, native laud. 1335 Rogers street. Treasurer Owen Keiren. The A. O. II., the A. O. H., God bless it I DIVISION 3 night and day And may the angels guide and guard and Meets on the First and Third Wednesday Evenings af Each Month. keep it from decay! President Patrick T. Sullivan. Still may it grow, from age to age, in strength and unity, ' . Vice President Phil Cavauaugh. Recording Secretary JohnCavauaugh. And link the Gael in friendship's chain Financial Secretary N. J. Sheridan, and Christian charity. 2018 Lytle street. Treasurer George J. Butler. Dr. J. T. Gallagher in Irish Standard. 1 98c IIWW Waslistand $1.98 IIUIMgjUIUIUI ZZ ZZ lRpfri(TPrfiinr$Ofi Lawn Settee 67c ZZ A. O. XI. MANAGER, B 315 B W. Market St., 2 Until ! The Albin Co. 524-526-528 Near Third. g " Storo Open Saturday 10 P. M. ZZ J W, Market St., S3 Bet. 5th and 61b, South Side. TtuiiiumiuuuuiuimmuiiR Finest Vaudeville Theatre In America. COMMENCING QCDT 9 WCCV YYttN SUNDAY MATINEE, OCMi Oi Matinees Sunday. Monday, Wedneiday, Saturday. BUCKINGHAM GREATEST ATTENTION! COMRADES, are you roady to atteattHt; ENCAMPMENT 33d ANNUAL "AMERICA'S VAUDEVILLE STARS," Or. A.. AT R.. 1899? END HOPED FOR, Direction of Kahn it Welti. This will be one of the treat! of the season. DON'T MISS IT. PHILADELPHIA, JAMES A. ROSS, DEALER IN Residents Disgusted With the Flirtations of a Hotel Boarder. There is a hotel not far from Fifth and Jefferson in which a flirtation is being carried on between the wife of the pron prietor ofa furnishing house and a young man widely known around town, the termination of which is being watched by not a few in the neighborhood. The endearing epithets addressed by the beautiful Diana to her beloved M are enough to give a villainous attack of dyspepsia to a sound man. The people who live in the house ndjoining the hotel have remonstrated against n public display of her charms, even if the temperature lias been torrid enough on the third floor of the hostelry to compel the unconscious woman to walk around attired in nature's own s.weet gatb, The tpyewriter on the second floor is asked to make a memorandum of the sweet affair, as the hotel will shortly become famous through the medium of this rushing, gushing business. well-know- James Wolfe DEALER IN September 4-- 9, CHEAP RATES VIA "BIB FOUR ROUTE" 3 Groceries and Produce. Fine Wines and Liquors. Cigars and Tobacco. N. E. Cor. Eighth, and St. Catherine Streets. jj DANIEL DOUGHERTY. THOMAS KEENAN. 1 1229 Dougherty UNDERTAKERS, West Alarket Street, Bet. Twelfth and Thirteenth TE Xy 35 1? MO INT 13J lMO-ti- . EXCURSION TO INDIANAPOLIS. All Calls Promptly Attended to, Day or Night. Carriages Furnished for All Occasions. SMITH & DUGAN, All Kinds of 22i West Market St. Printing The "Big Four Route" announces a special excursion to Indianapolis and return Sunday, September 10, at the extreme low rate of $ 1.50 for the round trip". Positively the last excursion of the season. Special train leaves. Seventh- - Street Union Depot at 8 o'clock a. in. Returning train leaves Union Depot at Indianap-oli- s at 7 o'clock p. m. Tickets on sale nt city ticket office, 218 Fourth avenue, and Union Depot, corner Seventh and River. A novel way to make sandwiches is to use horseradish grated while fresh, in- stead of mustard. Spread in a thin layer, Jthe office. upon eacu Muuereu slice, anil tite result John J, Grogart wm elected Secretary will be found an appetizing surprise. of the Couuty Board, to auccMil TUotuaa The Young Men's Division announces its anniversary entertainment for Thanksgiving. Division 3 meets Wednesday evening. The matter of the Elk's celebration will be acted upon. The Young Men's Division will meet Tuesday evening. ' There should be a full attendance. James Rors, the grocer at Eight and St. Catherine, is a royal entertainer of visiting Hibernians The Hibernians of Pawtucket have invited National President Keating .to visit that city and deliver an address. The Hibernians will have a St. Patrick's day celebration next March that will surpass any held for a number of years. James Wolfe's friends will be glad to know that his business has so increased that he will have to enlarge his quarters at Eluht and Oldham streets. There will be a great turnout of the divisions of St. Paul on the occasion of the meeting of the Gerpian Catholic convention in that city September 17. The next meeting of the County Board takes place on the (third Tuesday of this month. It promises to be the most important one held fot a long timo. Division 1 will have ( candidates for initiation Tuesday evening, September 12. There will be some fun at this meeting in addition to m great deal of business. The County Board awarded Secretary Tom Kelly a transfer card to Division 1. lie was tendered, a vote of thanks for the efficient manner in which he conducted V DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fouth Wednesday Evenings of Each Mouth. President 'John H. Henuessy. Vice President Thomas Lynch, Recording Secretary Thomas J. Kelly. Financial Secretary George Flahiff, 420 East Gray street. Treasurer Harry Brady. Groceries AND DIVISION 0 Meets on the First and Third Tuesday 1626 EIGH1H ST. Evenings of Each Month President Frank G. Cunningham. Fine Wines and Liqnors a Specialty. Vice President D, J. Tierney. Recording Secretary L. J. Mackey. Financial Secretary J. J. Curran, 010 Thirteenth street. Treasurer M. J. McCarthy. Produce. HOTEL RICHELIEU CAFE AND RESTAURANT, CENTRAL LABOR UNION OFFICERS. President James McGill. - Vice President J. W. Stevens. Corresponding Secretary Zeuo M. Second street. Young, Recording Secretary T. J. Henuessy. Financial Secretary Charles Peetz. Treasurer William A. Pool. Sergeant at Arms Nelson Green. Chairman Board of Directors Walter M. Young. M. J. SWEENY, Prop. 221 THIRD AVE. Philadelphia not later than September 12, 1899, with proviso that upon deposit of ticket with Joiut Agent, 1382 Chestnut street, not earlier than September 6 nor later than September 9, 1899, and payment of a fee of 50 cents per ticket at time of deposit, an extension of return limit to leave Philadelphia to and including September 30th may be secured. For full information regarding tickets, rates, variable routes and time of trains, call on agents "Big Four Routr," or address the undersigned. WARREN J. LYNCH, Gen. Pass. & Tkt. Agt. W. P. DEPPE," A. G. P. & T. Agt. CINCINNATI, O. AND CONNECTIONS. Tickets will be on sale September 1. 2, and 4, 1899. Good to return leaving Private Dining Rooms. Open Day and Night. Best of Wines nnd Cigars. JOE BREEfTS EXCHANGE aovemoemu nuu jnowuu. Finest Quality of Wines and Liquors: Tlih Lunoh Ever Saturday NlgM.. j- TrcLiTCPIION'ir, 003. Want advertisements. WANTED Either 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 musician, and willing to add music and drawing.to the curriculum and assist in choir work. Address A., care Kentucky 1- Irish American. in AflD HERE YOU ARE FOR t LAWLER- - -- COONEY. MLAWLER'S OBjuri? A I PRESTON AND MARKET. SUPERIOR TELEPHONE 1408. Manufactured at CIGAR. CLEANING., W. B. TRDMBO CO. incorporate!) Eighteenth and Duncan Streets. ODORLESS VAOLT 1097-183- 0. 8. W. Gor. Ninth and CARETS. Marfeat. JOHN Telephones DRY WBLU OlOOiNO. ra4vf rat4 attMtto. (taWfcy mall wlfli