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Digital page images are linked to the text file. n- y DR fFd A MEDER SURGEON DENTIST 3471 JEFFERSON ST Bet Third and Fourth Office hours from 8 to a Sun days q to II VOLUME IIINO u SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 9 1899 PRICE FIVE CENTS I DUBLINS TRAGEDYI j Full Story of One of the Most Momentous Murders of the Century I VF I Release of Fltzharris from KM mainhamI Recalls the Ter rible AffnhII I Dramatic Doom Placed Upon I Gary the Informer Car ried Out IT WAS IN THE DAYS OF COERCION The British Government has finally car ried out its promise of clemency to the last of the Phoenix Park prisoners and has released James Fitzharris alias Skin the Goat who was serving a life sentence as an accomplice in the assassination of Lord Frederick Cavendish Chief Secre tart for Ireland aud of Thomas Henry Burke Permanent Under Secretary in Phcenix Park Dublin in 1882 writes John A Dillon in the New York World On the evening of Saturday May 0 in that year just before sunset Lord Fred erick Cavendish and Thomas Henry Burke while walking together across Phoenix Park in Dublin were suddenly set upon and stabbed to death ba band of unknown men who as suddenly disap pearedThe deed was a shock to the civilized world hardly less severe than that of the assassination of our own President Gar field the year previous And yet public opinion was divided as to whether it was a political act or a mere murder The British Government dealt with it as a murder but the French republic refused extradition to a refugee charged with participation in it and the United States took the same view in the case of several others who escaped to this country British justice had its way with those whom it caught and tried Five of them were hanged in the execution yard of Kilmainhani jail Three who had recently been released received sentences of penal servitude for life five received sentences of ten years and one of five years Three turned informers AlL of those whpwere pjzuisheduere men in humble life the agents of men higher up who planned the deed and who escaped its consequences With the remission of the last of the life sentences Great Britain declares that justice has been satisfied and that the account is closed of the Phoenix Park tragedy of 1882It was in the days of coercionand of reprisals Forster the head and front of the coercion policy had dropped his office in disgustand in fear of his life His murder had been planned and the tradition runs that the train which carried him from Dublin was searched in vain by armed Invincibles anxious to get a shot at hint- Buckshot Forster was safely out of Ireland and conciliation represented by Lord Frederick Cavendish had replaced him Against Lord Frederick there was no grievance nor was his deathintended But Burke had been sentenced by a secret tribunal his executioners had been selec ted it was mere accident that involved Lord Frederick Cavendish in the doom After his installation as Chief Secretary he had started to return on foot through Phoenix Park to the viceregal lodge and Secretary Burlje seeing him walking had dismissed his cab and joined lain It was drawing near sunset of a beautiful day in May The park was almost de serted An Irish car driven by Myles Kavanaugh and having four occupants Joe Brady a stonecutter Tim Kelly a coach builder Pat Delaney and Tom Cliff rey was driving slowly up and down the path followed by the cab of Fitzharris Skin the Goat In the cab were Dan Curley Michael Fagan and Joe Hanlon all armed with- y revolvers and intrusted with the work of rescue if it were needed In addition to these nine were also James Careyafterward the informer whose duty it was to signal the presenc- of the victim and Joseph Smith who shone of all the party knew Secretary Burke by sight The four occupants of the car who had been selected to do the deed were armed with surgeons knives brought over from France Brady who was a Hercules j strength was their leader As the victims approached the car th signal was given from the roadside by Carey The four leaped down and ran t- killed o the encounter Burke was instantly and gashed with the sharp knives of ct least two of his assailants Brady and Kelly Lord Frederick Cavendish might have been let go unhurt but his manly instinct prompted him to resist if it wasI only with his umbrella and a knife thrust in his heart ended his life j Not less sudden than the deed was the flight and escape Within a minute after the murder every one of the eleven hadl disappeared as completely as if the earthII had swallowed them up Carey andI Smith turned and went away as soon a the signal was given FJtzharris startedI back with his cab before a blow was struck The four jumped back on the cKavanaugh whipped up his littler I mare and kept her at full speed on a race around the cityof Dublin driving out by ChapeJiwM keeping outside of the cityt until he reentered jiy the oulh iMarm d r =r l u I 1- r KFNTUCKYJRISH 10LOUISVILLEHe might as well driven straight home No one thought his carload was anything more than an ordinary drunken Saturday frolicFrom a window of the viceregal lodge Earl Spencer saw in the distance what lie thought was a scuffle and spoke of One person who witnessed the crime itII nearer at hand was so overcome by that he was unable to identify the perpe I iI trators A telegraph clerk riding by on ii I his wheel saw the bodies and reported to i the police and then the news spreadI The Government acted with promptness and vigor A reward of 10000 for the arrest of the assassins and X1000 for any information about them was offeredand all the detective resources of England and Ireland alike were set to work but all in vain No enemy of Ireland was in the secret and no friend of Ireland would be tray it Suspicions were rifeand accu rateandarrests were made but in the absence of evidence the suspects had to bereleasedHow were concerned in the plot is not known and now can never be known All kinds of claims and state ments have been made but the only sifted and tested1evidence was that wrung slowly and painfully from the informers ut the trials in April lull1a ISSt This evidence established varying degrees of guilt against eighteen different persons including four who had fled the country Three informers were allowed to go free Here we may pause to note the astonishing circumstance that none of those whose necks were in danger sought to escape France refused to deliver one of the conspirators Frank Byrne and the United States refused to deliver John Walsh Sheridan and Tynan who were also wanted by the British government But all the actual participants in the affair remained in Dublin where the hand of justice could reach them in an hour and still they escaped arrest until No vember when Pat Delaney one of the jauntingcar four made an attempt to shoot Judge Lawson and this and an at tempt to shoot Mr Field the foreman of the grand jury put the authorities on the track of the conspiracy Arrest and de tention was easy under the crimes act the associations of the suspected men were inquired into and followed upand finally in January the government felt secure in arresting twentysix men andI charging them with the murder Even then there would have been no hope of conviction except through the one reliance of England against all Irish uprisingstime ihformer As the days and the months passed on suspicion began to haunt the minds of the weaklings and cowardice change their hearts tOJe Ilyilhe G vernmenT found its first witness in one Farrell wh turned Queens evidence though ld neck was in no danger Weakened by his defection Michael Kavanaugh the driver of the jaunting car next turned on his associates and be came a witness against them The last and most odious of the informers wa James Carey who had given the signal which sent Cavendish and Burke to death and who in his craven fear of the gallows pronotnced on himself a doom as certain as any the Judge could have given The trials based on the information thus obtained were held in April and May The harvest of the Assize was asI follows Sentence of death was passed on Joseph Brady Tim Kelly Dan Curley Toni Caffrey Mike Fagan and Pat Delaney The sentence of Delaney was commuted to penal servitude for life and subsequently reduced to ten years he had turned informer Sentences of ten years were imposed on Dan Delaney a brother of Pat on James Mullet the Chairman of the organization and on McCaffrey OBrien and Moloney The life sentences which have now all been remitted were those of Joseph Mullet Joe Hanlon and Fitzharris No story of the Phoenix Park tragedy would be complete without the epilogue of the doom of Carey the informer an event which stirred Ireland scarcely less deeply than the killing of Cavendish and BurkeThe Government did its best to save him from the vengeance openly threat ened Against him He was kept safely in jail was safely and secretly spirited away to England and as Australia would have none of him he was secretly and safely shipped with his wife and seven children from London on the night off Castlee bound for Cape Town The Irish banshee goes not overseas but Careys banshee must have put an extra croak in her laugh as she told lie weird sisters that Carey had sailed on the same ship with a passenger from America McDonaldnHis real name was ODonnell he was madeCareys acquaintance on the trip to Town and from Cape Town took tim same vessel to Natal On the voyage the informer doubtless suffering from that impulse of selfbe trayal which seems to be part of the I criminal instinct became confidential l i ODonnell had had his suspicious as to t J I ItIi Just was t revealed himself to Carey drew his i sheif the presence s family IIIIThe crime and trial of ODonnell ere ated hardly less excitement than theI crime out of which it grew At his trial every effort was made to protect and de fend him but there was no escape for him and Id the death penalty whir he must have known was Inevitable 1 1Lyour money with time people adYectlime iwi thiApipwS1 t 1U i y 1 1 BACK TO WORK Lnlmi Day Was Happily Ob served by Voldn men of the Falls Cities Central Labor Union amid Its Thousands of Friends at Fern Grove United Trades and Labor Assembly Hold Forth at iMiusnlx 11111 JEFFERSONYILLE AND NEW ALBANY Labor day has come and gone leaving only pleasant memories in the minds of the working people of the Falls cities The day dawned bright and clear and JOHN W STEVENS Vice Presideut Central Labor Union early in the morning there were crowds on the streets wending their way to the boats that were to carry them to Fern Grove where the Central Labor Union held its tenth annual celebration of the day The steamers Columbia and Sun shine were crowded with young andold men their mothers wives and sweet andd9ojclockrartdt1ie eneontle levee s alsoowerescrowded with those wimp could not leave in the morning There was music on the boats and grounds by Scallys hands and every opportunity was afforded time excursion timesafternoon addresses were delivered by Albert Schmutz the Socialist Labor candidate for Governor and J H Arnold representing the Social Democracy President McGill Secretary Zeno M Young Chairman John Fuchs and James Martin Will Poole George DeSouchet Joseph Hehenian Walter Young Charles Peetz John W Stevens Tom Hennessy William Kolp William Bywater and other members of the committee having the outing in charge were untiring 5r their labors and succeeded in making iilt one of the most enjoyable Labor day u GEORGE DaSOUCHET Member Labor Day Committee celebrations yet held by the CentralI Labor Union- r Many were heard to express regret that the workingmen did not have a parade this year but the reasons for the change have been stated so often that it is not necessary to repeat them here The ll- e last boat reached the city about 10 oclock- e without accident or anything to mat thee pleasure of the occasion the Central Labor Union realizing a neat sum v The Trades and Labor Assembly held forth at Phoenix Hill and had a goodlattendance at night when apoldbfaded cane was voted for by the friends of the candidates for Judge of the City Court Charles A Wilson being declared the winner There were no addresses but time crowd enjoyed a concert jn the parkl and dancing in the hall President Rob crts worked zealously and to hisefforts is due much credit for the success of the picnic Everything passed off pleasantly the crowd remaining till a late hour Col1 Lam Simons also entertained a large number of people at Park the most delightful resort aroun openhiajr even ing and an orchestra furnished music fo othe young folks in the spacious dancingt pii 1IioII BesJdji theyforegolq many YM y I- 1i d j r Ij I I other forms of amusement were provided The celebration of the day in Jefferson ville was under the auspices of the Red Men the demonstration being the largest seen in years The Business houses were handsomely decorated and the parade in the forenoon was vitnessed by at least 10000 people The afternoon and even ing were spent at Arctic Springs where a JAMES McGILL President Central Labor Union monster picnic was held with a balloon ascension at 5 oclock and at night the finest display of fireworks ever given on that side of the riverj New Albany also presented an unusu ally animated appearance on Labor day The parade in the morning was a credit able one and the picnic that followedat the Fair Grounds was attended by about 4000 people Among the amusements were trotting and bicycle races music and dancing The chase for the greased pig caused lots of fun before the animal was captured by Czesar Duggins FATHER HIGGINS Sustains Serious Injuries by Being Thrown From a Bicycle The Sun announced two weeks ago in its Binghamton correspondence an ac count of an accident that befell the effi ZENO M YOUNG Secretary Central Labor Union cient young assistant of St Marys church in that city the Rev John J Higgins The accident proved to be of a far more serious nature than was then announced but we are glad to say that under the circumstances Father Higgins who has been visiting his parents in Syracuse for the past week is well on the way to active service again He was riding his wheel after breakfast in the morning just after the pavements had been sprinkled and when tryingto get out of the way of ap proaching trucks his wheel slipped on the wet pavement throwing him directly in front of the dray horses He sustained a deep gash on the forehead that necessi tated a number of stitches and also the serious injury of two fingers of the left hand one finger especially being severely lacerated Dr William Curtin who at tended him while in Syracuse says that he will not be able to officiate for two or three weeks We wish him as speedy a recoveryas possible as do the good people of St Marys parish Binghamton where his strict attention to duty and his kindly manners have eiideared him to allCatholic Sun Father Higgins who is known in this city is the brother of William M Hig pp I WALTER YOUNG Chairman Board of Directors gins editor of the Kentucky Irish American toloe yeningsarervery fa Jfle find ent stealst are very handsome More servicer abletaipa are made pf Psle tinted cloth with white satin liniaml soft chiffon rucliesAbmiut tlie7eck my 1 lITTLE CHANGE For an Amicable Arrangement- at the Coining Meeting of Faction Leaders Followers of Dillon turf Red inond tie Likely to Come Together Prisoners Freed and Amnesty Association Through Its Labors MAYOR TALLON COMING TO AMERICA Not much hope is entertained among situationfilmI new attempt to bring the Home Rule fac JOHN FUCHS Chairman Labor Dy Committee tions together says the Worlds Loudon correspondent in his Sunday cablegram Healy has asked Redmond to lay time Parnellite proposals for unity before the committee appointed by the Irish men bers of Parliament in April last for the purpose of receiving such proposals Redmonds suggestion was that a small factionsshoRedmond has replied to Healy agreeing to his suggestion and a meeting of Home Rule members of all factions will shortly becalledDillon has take no part in the corre spondeuce but when Redmonds proposal was first made he declined to accept it as lIe said the settlement of the unity question had now been taken in hand by the people themselves It is unlikely therefore that Dillon will support the proposal at the forthcoming meeting of the party It is more probable that he and his supporters will absent themselves from it- Healys letter to Redmond was couched in terms of bitter hostility to Dillon and it gives no hope of an amicable feeling being established though Healy is said tohave been urged to write to Redmond by one of Dillons followers Owing to the fact that the last of tim rd Ir CHARLES PEETZ Financial Secretary Central Labor Union Irish political prisoners has now been released the Irish Amnesty Association is about to befinally wound up Lord Mayor Daniel Tallon of Dublin and John Redmond will sail time middle of October for America to collect funds for a memorial to Parnell in Dublin Time journey is undertaken in response to an invitation from ICO citizens of Bos ton holding various views on Irish as welll as American political affairs The announcement Friday that the Lord Mayor of Dublin and Hon John E Redmond lied accepted the invitation of the citizens of the United States to visit that country Jn the interests of the pro posed Parjiell monument was confirmed SaturdayThe distinguished Irishmen willi leave Dublin for New York about the middle of October On their arrival they will be welcomed by a reception committee composed of representative citizens and members of Irish societies On the committee will be delegations from Boston Albany Troy Syracuse Jersey City Newark Atlantic City Chicago Philadel l phia and Baltimore KILLED AT THE HORSE SHOW I It JSjWmuc1tJeg tttlinijtoe leaver- chron1clet1iedeatht of Shirley itglil of x4uiiI i I Navan who died at Miss Huxleys private hospital Mount street as a result of in juries received by him when riding the horse Paddy in the first jumping compe tition in the Dublin horse show says the Independent The pair of horses charged the preliminary fence the fly which is one of the easiest on the course when the dun colored Paddy which carried Ball pecked on landing with the result that Ball was thrown clean over the horses head Medical assistance was at once forthcoming and the ambulance was requisitioned l to remove him to the private hospital above named He suffered from severe concussion and scarcely ever re gained consciousness He was in the prime of manhood being only thirty years old yet during that short space he gained the friendship of hundreds of sportsmen all over the country who now regret his loss As a rider to hounds he had few superiors and some years ago was an extensive patron of the turf GENERAL MEETING Hibernians Will Arrange For Their Part In the Fall Carnival The Hibernians of Louisville will hold a general meeting at Hibernian Hall of of the members of all the divisions and the Hibernian Knights on Wednesday evening September 20 to determine what part they will take in the Fall carnival and exposition to be held in this city from October 9 to 21 The County Board favors the establishment of an Irish village similar to that seen at the Worlds Fair at Chicago It may be that it will be impossible to make the necessary arrangements for this feature in the limited time that will remain but the sentiment of the leading members is to lend every effort to the Elks to make their undertaking a success At this meeting proposals will be made for taking part in the great parade and from present indications this order will have at least 1000 men in line as all interviewed so far have expressed their desire to participate The meeting should be largely attended as County President Murphy and the Division Presidents will then be in possession of the complete programme SILVER JUBILEE Celebration of the Ordination nt RevueFather Last Sunday was the twentyfifth anniversary of the ordination of Rev Father John B Kelly the beloved pastor of Holy Trinity church New Albany During his pastorate at Holy Trinity the reverend gentleman has become very popular not only with the members of his congrega tion but the entire community who took advantage of the opportunity of this occasion to commemorate the silver jubilee of his admission to the priesthood Through the preceding week a number of his friends and admirers quietly took th matter in charge and on Sunday they presented him with a purse of gold as a testimonial of their appreciation of hi devotion and labors in their behalf Dur ing the day and evening there were large numbers of callers at the clergymans cone gratulations Father Kelly is regarded as one of the leading Catholic clergymen of Indiana WEST POINT CHAPEL Picturesque Site Chosen for ItHandsome Memo rial Windows A picturesque site has been allotted for the Catholic chapel which is to be erect ed on the Federal reservation West Point where the military cadets are educated for the army the course extending through four years West Point is in the high lands of the Hudson river fifty milesI north of New York City There is no in America a more picturesque spot than this ancient military post where during the war of the revolution the Continental t army held sway and prevented the joint ure of the forces of King George operating south and north of this point There is a movement under way in regular army circles to place a series of memorials of distinguished deceased offi cers who held the Catholic faith in the proposedchapel at this post The idea is to place memorial windows in the sanctuary in loving memory ot Generals Sheridan Rosecrans Newton Sunnier and Andrew Jackson Smith andfill the nave with windows in memory of Cahill Ryan OBrien and others of that noble army of 207000 Catholics who died for the flag of the Union Ground has been broken for Ute new chapel It will cost 22000 SERIOUS INJURY Mr John Niland of Duncan street uietwith a serious injury last Saturday evening while on his way to Shelbyvllle to visit friends When about eight miles this bide of that place some miscreant threw a rock at the train hitting hinviiif the head andalmost fracturing the skull Upon his arrival at Shelbyville a physician was called and dressed the wound a number of pitches being take l He Iis now pronounced put of danger No cjew thge dEed S I ftI 7 LACE CURTAIN LAUNDRY We lead and never follow Our work la laundering lace curtains at 20c a pair gives en tire satisfaction Work called for and delivered Firstclass serice MAD BABEY 625 Sec ond St Telephone 2631 FALLAIR1In- terestIncreasing Daily in the Elks Great Carnival and Exposition Special Days Have Been Set Apart in the Schedule of the Festival Grand Display of Fireworks to Be One of the Prominent Features IRISHAMERICAN DAY OCTOBER 17 There is no abatement in the interest felt in all quarters of the city in the Elks Fall Exposition and Carnival Impor tant meetings have been held this week and numerous novel features have been arranged for It has been decided to endeavor to have President McKinley Admiral Dewey William Jennings Bryan and other celebrities visit the city during the fair and Mayor Weaver President Mengel of the Board of Trade and President Belknap of the Commercial Club will join with the committee in extending the invitation Merchants and manufacturers have already made application for sufficient space to insure the success of the under lraimexpected to be the most brilliant ever seen in this city In addition to the Legion and the police and fire departments and uniformed divisions of all lodges in Louisville about 300 industrial floats will be in line Twenty brass bands will furnish the music for the parade which will be at least three miles long A feature will be the Midway dancers and performers and the animals of the Streets of Cairo Besides our local fraternal and civic societies there will be a number of visiting lodges of Elks in the paradeThe Midway performers engaged to come here are now in Detroit They go from that city to Kansas City and then to Louisville There are 200 members of the company who travel in a special train of fifteen coaches which are necessary to 4 carryrti 4t raph eraliaTliniiTictTlf will have manv of the same attractions which were at the Worlds Fair in Chicago except all of them will be more upto dateTuesday October 17 has been set aside as IrishAmerican day following that of our German citizens and already meet ings have been arranged for to make pro vision for the proper observance of that dayThe schedule as mapped out is as fol lows Monday October 9 Louisville day Tuesday October 10 Bryan day when guesteof honor at the exposition Wednesday October 11 Ladies day willsbe offered to the florists for the most artistic display of flowers and arrange ment effected to distribute the flowers among the ladies after the awarding of the prizes Also on this day the baby show will be given Purchasers of tick ets will be given voting blanks number to correspond with the number of the baby time one receiving the largest num ber of ballots to be declared the winnerrThursday October 12 Orphans day when the children of the orphanages will be admitted free Friday October 13 McKinley day when President McKinley is expected to bepresentSaturday October 14 School chil drens day- Monday October 10 GermanAmeri can day at which time GermanAmericans of the city and State will be the guests of honor 4 Tuesday October 17 IrishAmerican day for which the IrishAmericans will progratimmetWednesday October 18 Elks day when a grand social session will be held prominent dayThursday dayttheir staffs will be guests of honor Chairman Frank Fehr and Secretary Hogan have general headquarters in the Board of Trade building where any in formation desired may be obtained TRIP FOR HIS HEALTH Andy Meagher left for Hot Springs last Thursday evening on a trip for laid health having successfully undergone an operation at the Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital Andy has the best wishes of a great many friends that he may have a successful trip and come home in the best possible condition THE HORSE SHIED While Mr and Mis Patrick Nelligan were leaving Riverview Perk lest Saturn day after an evening drive their horse a spirited animal became frightened and shies overturning the buggy and throw ing the occupants to the ground Mr Nelligan escaped injury but his wife sustained several severe bruises from which she has almostentlrelyrecoveredE Only for Mr Nell ans presence of taitul the consequences might have b- eenserlouaI q jr n l I co KENTUCKY IRISZI AlRICANY- t KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGM MMMIimMMIMIIIIIIMIIM Devoted to the Morall and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans WXXXIAJVK AI HIQQIZVS r tj toll slier SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc Rntorcd at the Louisville Postoffice as SecondClass Matter 6 Mtc Adders all COllm alcallonslo the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 West Ore en Street tl i LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 9 tag9 THE TRANSVAAL Will England go to war with t Boers in the Transvaal For nearly fifty years they have blocked liritis- aggression and advance in Sout Africa and prevented the realization of Britains dream of an African empire with its fabulous mineralj wealth and trade Just now they stand in the way of the projected British trans African railway from Cairo to Cape Town and the e- ectant 1P results thereofmastery of nearly the entire trade of that continent by control of the only rapid route of transportation And added to this the Transvaal is the center from which all of South and Centralj Africa with its developing wealth and growing trade is accessible The control of it by any nation especially England would give it the key to and domination of this vast territory and what it contains and practically exclude all competition This is the secret of England anxiety and persistent efforts to acquire ittreaties and national equity to the contrary notwithh standingThe Transvaal is independent and as an independent State is neu tral to all nations having treati with most of them under which they and their subjects are allowed access to and from their l possessions and to carry on trade thane Transvaal country With no government but England has there trouble England though behaving a treaty granting more privileges i and advantages than to another foreign power has made periodical i t demands on the Transvaal for further concessions and by covert means in violation of the treat such as the Jamison raid sought the overthrow of the Transvaal Gov ernment She failed because of the br r shrewdness and bravery of the Boers and the intervention of Portugal Holland and Germany whose interests were threatened the latter backing up her protest with war ships But England has persisted in her designs on the Transvaal Demands and attempted encroachments have been met and thwarted by the Boers The bone of contention for past years has been the Uitlanders whose cause England champions F princiF byatreaty are allowed to hold property engage in mining and business en terprises but are not allowed to vote or hold office thus blockin- Ih I the scheme of England to obtain r y control of the Government which is a republic by immigration andI outvoting the Boers The Trans vaal finally agreed to amend the law so as to allow the franchise and the I a holding of minor offices to Uitland t ers after seven years of permanent residence and later reduced the I time to five years residence Then Y England demanded that the Trans rvvaal electoral law be submitted to a 1 joint commission for revision allow ing Uitlanders the franchise and eligibility to all offices and rights J 2 enjoyed by the Boer citizens To 3 this the Boer Government was tardy e to reply and England was reported i h 7 preparing for war in the Transvaal which would be inevitable in case the demand was not granted The Transvaal has replied courteously but firmly refusing to comply with I Englands demand and it is up to r England to fight But unless the Boers are provoked i torsbine hostile act to justify resort to arms war is not likely Eng 1L dire l1tcioes not want war Not of ih tsbeffears the Boers whom she to obtUd soon oyerwtielm and stibju on y 4 gate but for the same reason that sumIe warily settling the Transvaal ques ehrs lrFrance Germany Italy Port gal Holland and even the United States have an interest in territorial i possessions or trade involved in so important a question as the subjugation of a neutral power by a rival to them and all have tak e latexr ests several by force if necessary This manifest danger of complication with powerful nations is what makes the Transvaal question grave Englands threats and preparations are no assurance of war if ti Transvaal does not grant her demands any more than were her threats and preparations for w when the French did not loupe ately abandon Fashoda or China declined to withdraw territorial and railway concessions to Russia neither of which was her bluffis effective and yet there was no war England will likely back down if her bluff is not heeded as she did in the Fashoda and Chinese issues gracefully and with a deal of diplo beavoid war with the Boers unless it really is forced on her and she Burao pean powers that she has no other alternative There is also another cause for this blustering effort to gain some foreign victory to advance prestige The Tory party in con haYs foreiign policy having lost iir China and North Africa and been brought to diys content growing in the important colonies of Australia and Canada with on unfavorable prospect for British prestige and trade generally in the future Parliment it tva expectedwould be prorogued and elections held the past spring But the outlook for Tory success was not flattering and it was deferred A bit of war and some show of success is needed to revive the hopes o the party m power to carry the elections the postponement of which is becoming a worrisom- question to explain to the people and opposing parties But failure in the Transvaal move following the other failures would be fatal to Tory rule so even to its pro moters the Transvaal question iis grave WRONGgCity Attorney Stone opposes and threatens to resist in the courts the compromise of the street railway city taxes and casts insinuations o his colleagues on the compromise committeeMayor Weaver Assessor Murphy and Tax Receiver Camp Mr Stone seems to have only changed his mind himselfonce more His colleagues are not lawyers and undoubtedly have depended upon him as the citys attorney for legal advice i He advised and favored the comII promise of taxes with the banks I Gas Company and distilleries His chief objection to this last compro mise is that he will win the citys 1 suit for the street railway taxes He made the same claim in the other cases until as far as he had f gone with them in the courts het lost The legal points involved in the street railway case are the same as in the others in which the decisions of the courts indicated non concurrence with Col Stones views If it was to the best interests the city as urged by Col stone compromise the other Ux cash SUM of 40 to 70 per ctnfyit can of 1 r tc r not be so bad for the cRy s interests to compromise the street railway tax case involving the same legal points on a basis of 70 per cent But Col Stone is not noted for consistency in his legal decisions any more than in his politics both are of a calico hue The next City Council to be elected in November will elect a City Attorney We dont insinuate this has any connec tion with his kick against the streef railway tax compromise HE IS NOT TO BLAME Recently we criticised the levy of double taxes for county purposes and are surprised to learn that som have construed our criticism as re flecting on County Assessor Semo 1nino This is a false construction We did not mention Mr Semonin I but only the County Fiscal Court and County Judge Gregory wh presides over that court The County Assessor is not a member nthe County Fiscal Court nor has he anything to do with fixing t tax rate levying or collecting of taxes His duties are solely tto value taxable property for taxationIt list and enter it on his books furnish the same to the court as a basis1 for tax levy and the Sheriff collect- e the taxes Mr Semonin in t discharge of his duties far fro deserving adverse criticism has predecesIIi sots discharged his arduous duties faithfully introducing system and regularity in his office which within the courtesy of himself and deputiesj fully appreciated by the public So Killarney has not been soldl after all Perhaps with a view to enable English speculators to a quire the property the condition- ut are such that no foreigner can pur chase it Though this has not bee intimated the fact that Americans had twice practically closed th deal and the property is still on the market indicates some kind of hitch Mayor Taggart despite his posi trfive refusal was unanimously nominated by the Democrats o Indianapolis This is deserved compliment to an Irishman proud of his native land and reflects credit alike on his fellowcountrymen The politicians are so busy claw ing each other they are letting the Irishalone Go it boys GEORGE A JONESs- Well Known Newspaper Man Succumbs to Hoat Pros tration fGeorge A Jones one of the best know nl newspaper men in this city and a veteran l of the civil war died quite suddenly Wednesday evening at his home 2518 feelingepast Tuesday afternoon was prostrated by the heat while transacting some business on Market street He received prompt medi cal attention and was at once removed this o home and although everything pos sible was done for him he sank steadily until his death occurred J Mr Jones who was a business neighbor jof the Kentucky IrishAmerican was one of the most prominent and popular fra ternal society men in Kentucky and stood very high in business circles He was a kindhearted man and many youn men have been greatly assisted by his byhisJ 1we sympathyThe J his late residence yesterday morning under the auspices of the Grand Army of the Re public and the other orders of which hee takingplace J I edMISS BERTHA PETERS DEAD One of the saddest deaths we have been been called upon to record this summer was that of Miss Bertha Peters daughter of Mr and Mrs Frank Peters who died at the family residence Barret avenue 1 Wednesday night Miss Peters was the idol of a host of friends in the East End and her death has caused deep gloom in that part of the city She was in her hadbeepnbmonthof Alderman Henry Bronper The fun fromStwasfilledt AVENUE THEATER Uncle Josh Simpkins a rural New England drama on the lines of TheU Old Homestead will be the attraction beginningSunday JThespecial scenery and mechanical ownh which includes a realistic and sensational working sawmill A pleasing feature the jwediicdptj fa theI Slmpkint iuml tend fwd +orchestra r of o h- y 1 i t f V Madame P A Garretty left Monday for a trip to New York Miss Katie Kavanaugh will return from weekseMr Frank OConnor has gone to Baltimore to resume his studies Miss Margaret Womack is at home from a visit in Madison Ind IMiss Nell Monahan was among tit weeks visitors at French Lick Springs oMiss Marcella Ford daughter of M J Ford left for Nazareth on last Tuesday DrofNazareth Academy to remain during the year hebliss Bessie Lou Lucas and Miss Marie Costigan went up to Nazareth on Monday morning Miss Nellie Lincoln and Miss Ella Judge are at Martinsville Ind taking the baths SDeputy Sheriff Frank Carroll was registeredhe at Springs nrMr Will J Norton of West Chestnut street spent several days this week West Baden Springs Misses Celia and Agnes haven are making a combined business and pleasure trip through the East Mr and Mrs James OConnor have re turned home after a visit at Indianapolis and Martinsville Ind Miss Katie Lannin is visiting at Russellj ville where sheis the guest of her brother Larry Lanni- nJ wereSamong the Louisvillians sojourning at French Lick last Sunday 11Mrs John N Rees and son John Frank have reached home from a visit to here mother at North Vernon Ind The Misses Muldoon who have bee spending the summer at Warm Springs are expected home next week Misses Nell Meehan and Margaret Fla herty of this city were two attracti visitors at Atlantic City this week- f Mrs WilliamB Dohertyandchildre wilt spend the balance of this month at Vale View on the New Albany knobs tMiss Marie Louise Costigan left Monday i for Nazareth where she will continue her studies during the coming school1 yearMrs C C Roe and daughter Mi Lucy of Parkland have returned from a delightfulvisit with friends in Bards town William Lynch the wellknown dry J goods merchant went over to Baden to escape the intense heat of the past week Mrs Finnegan and daughter Nellie returned Thursday from Cincinnati where they have been visiting friends for two weeks Mr Ed Graney the popular ballI player has just returned from Harrods s burg where he made quite a hit as a star right fielder Misses Josie ONeill and Nellie McEl liott have gone to Elizabethtown where they will remain for several weeks visit ing friends Misses Maggie and Nellie Glenn have returned from a delightful visit to Bowl ing Green where they were the guests of Miss Fitzpatrickr Cosmas Meagher is again visiting in the neighborhood of Nineteenth andI likge Mrs Kaiser and daughter Miss Hen rietta have returned to their home oni Eighth street after spending two weeks with friends in Cincinnati Mrs Owen Reilly entertained a number of friends at her home on West Walnutt street Monday evening in honor of the Misses Patterson of Chicago Misses Lucy and Susie Patterson two enjoyingdelightful and wife 2009 West Main streetIMr John Lynch and his brother Roy have been seriously ill for the past two weeks with typhoid lever at the reSidence- of the former Fifth and Broadway Jef fersonville Moynahang j j ville will be gratified to learn that she has almost entirely recovered from her recent serious illness hoptefromone of the most lovely girls seen this summer at that resort and has attracted attention during the season We regret to announce that Mrs James Kennedy of Indiana avenue Jefferson fairwaytcondition is regarded as serious Missed Josie Flynn asd Alice Doran- ot2levrat9Flsanatruethin week the gwwto Ttiaalyatur K TJ+ T j 1 Sbea of Clifton and Misses Katie and i I Annabel Murray of Hawthorne Heights I James McCormack the well known Louisville Nashville fireman is taking a vacation at home in this city His friends say that he will also take some thing else besides a vacation a blushing bride Miss Lucy A Patterson daughter of John Patterson and prominent in society spendinglthe past week as the guest of Alderman and Mrs William Patterson 2609 West Main street Miss Julia Madden has returned home isfrom Anderson W Va where she has been spending the summer Miss Eva Madden and Mrs Atwood Martin have gone to New York for a short visit before returning home The Aquinas Union hay ride last week to Riverview Park was quite a success Although fiftyeight couples attended there was ample accommodation for them all under the able management of Dennis Reardon and Dave Burke Dennis hand ling the older crowd while Dave attended to the younger set The congregation of St Aloysius church will heve its annual picnic at Phoenix Hill Park Monday afternoou and eveniug Rev Father OGrady and his parishoners never do things by halves and those who wish to spend an enjoyablel afternoon or evening will find here a i atexcellent opportunity The proceeds will be used for improvements on the church Master Johnnie Chawk entertained 1 little gathering of his playmates 1 Tuesday evening the occasion being hi birthday Those present were Francis Sheehy Dan Hartnett Joe and Albert Baker James Sexton David Reilly Ji Sweeney Willie Logan Reilly and John Doolan Master Chawk entertained them with several selections on his violin oni which instrument he is a very creditable performer The Misses Patterson of Chicago who are here visiting Alderman William Patterson and wife were entertained at a euchre given in their honor by Mr and Mrs Dan Murphy at their home in Portland Thursday evening Quite a larg number were present and the occasion was a most enjoyable one The fai visitors have been the recipients of mac social attention since their arrival he one week ago veThe marriage of William J Otto an Miss Catherine Mulkern was solemnized thbfondaySacred Heart Rev Father Walsh officiat ing Both bride and groom arc wen1 1l known and popular in West End social1 circles and received the congratulations i of a host of friends After the ceremony the happy pair left on a bridal tour and upon their return will be at home to their friends at 1631 West Madison street- a The marriage of Mr George Porter and Miss Emma Swann was celebrated at St Mary Magdalenes church Tuesday morn ing in the presence of a large number of AItSmith Walter Morgan Henry Inimorde and B Gerst After the ceremony the happy couple left on a bridal trip East and upon their return will be at home to their friends at 1815 First street The bride is one of Louisvilles most lovely and attractive young ladies Mr Porte- is a rising young business man being on of the leading insurance agents of ttni sacity A hayride was given Friday evening iin Ihonor of Miss Katie Glenn who returned from Nashville recently The party left the home of Miss Mayme Doran and rode to St Matthews where dancing was en joyed and supper served Those who participated were the Misses Katie Glenn Emma Benfield Anna Keenan Effie Ryan Margaret Fitzpatrick Clara Smith Stella Ryan Julia Sheedy Sophia Kern Mayme Doran Anna Gleason Katie Doran Katie Putters Annabel Dorn and Ella May Gavin and Messrs Holtzbeitner and Lautz of St Matthews Will Carter Edward Schraum Will Glenn Fred Rompf Will Quinn Edward Perry Will McHugh Nellis Craft Middleton G F Meader and Paul Coleman Mr and Mrs Edward Doran acted as chaperons A delightful euchre party was held at the residence of Mr and Mrs Joe Nevin West Chestnut street Thursday evening for the purpose of meeting Misses Lucy A Susie and Lucy Patterson three accomplished and attractive young lady visitors from Chicago After the euchre diningnroom where an elegant was served Among those present were Mr and Mrs Flynn Mr and Mrs Edward OBrien Alderman and Mrs William Patterson Misses Lucy A Patterson LUcrPatterson MurphyThePattersonII I Patterson while the gentlemens prize a fine smokers set was captured by Alder man William Patterson FRILLS OF FASHION I fStoctsworn with black white aud gray gowns i Primrose tulle makes the daintiest coolest and most picturesque summer jball gowns ff Paletinted gloves are far smarter for dressy occasions than either white or cream color y Three shades of yellbvr of the same igeneral tone go to make up beautiful ft evening frocks gCbandwrapperspi1awa jj and lightr coloredl p rcale are trimmed f irk rgflta ofliue yoke and key r i I cr- Y 4 IPp A HOWl I Arei Your III It IIIItI Louisville Dental Parlors 544 FOURTH ST Right Next to Avetiiio Theater Their prices are the lowest work the best and all guaranteed They will treat you right ItEAIEItlBBR THE PLACE Louisville Dental ParlorsII- u ui 1OUJ PII ST O a 3 idl I 1 I l 1 I iiiIii 11 iF a JiZii jj I OranW Smiths Sons I antFuneral1 Directors gg- s H m S And Embalmers Sin j= an EMMi E j Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice iS E COR EIGHTH AND JEFFERSON STS m TELEPHONE 810 I iil I IIIr r III IIIIZ4I IIIIil I Golllpdllgh6 1 reDESIGNERS AND BUILDERS OF IIIIGRANITEdfloiiuments i X Si J3 Artistic Work Only Solicited Workshops and Studios Carrara Italy i S itIIIiIIZilS i 0 jI PARADISEi SAMPLE ROOM a seLiquors a Specialty Fifteen Ball Pool M J HICKEY PROPRIETOR s e Telephone 384 248 West Jefforson 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Jeffersonville also shipped to all ship ping points p 8HURInD MilK D CR M A specialty It is time purest and best Telephones 2144 and 2588 1fiSTSpecial rates to hotels dealers and large orders S9S3S9SSSSS3S9S98SS38SSSK9 US Walsh the Tailor I 232 FOURTH AYE i i i Z ZSummer I ExamineComplete Line rJ Suitings 1 r4 J W9S9S9SSS9S9S9S9S9S9S9S9S9 I Our 10 Quick Meal I FiiSpeaks for Itself i tburnerst and all the many qualities that havej made the Quick Meal so popular Eery Quick Meal sold is the cause of other sales as it Rives such per fect satisfaction Take no i purchase our Quick Meal chancesiitime tried proven right i f can be better The gas company generously assists our sales by making free connections giving tickets for three lessons at the Alumnae i Club Cooking School and distrib j uting a valuable cook book i tfJ GEHER SON 1 IS 1 214 MARKET Neo Sccoud f I 10NeillsNew Studio 342 W Market St Positively the Finest Work Reduction in prices for thirty days to introduce my Pictures J JOHN P KELLY SON DEALERS IN Groceries VegetablesFresh Produce Seventeenth and Bank Streets Special attention given to familyorders and goods de livered to all parts of the cityRIVERYIEYf PARK Is Now Open to the Public A few select dates for picnics etc open Call at office 413 W Jefferson CONCERT EVERY SUNDAY ByPROF MORBACHS BA- NDAIICIGARCettt Cigar OH IrishAmerican cats smokerIw B arROEHLEManufacturer Preston and Rawlings S- tsMDLawler n FIRST CLASS GROCERY AND SALOON N W Cor Nineteenth and Duncan i Flee Lunch and Music Saturday Nig- htLEGHORNSDROWN Average 200 eggs a year Eggs for hatching 5 cents each Two Cockerel j fore cheap CHAS D t JACQUES J 1 llSti Xsvi rr I BOOMING I IrishAmerican Society Now I Insuring Members For the Elks Fair Owing to the warm weather there was a falling off in the attendance at the meeting of the IrishAmerican Society at Hibernian Hall Thursday evening but this did not prevent the transaction of a large amount of business Nine appli cations for membership were received and referred and Michael McGillicuddy and William Moran were initiatedand admitted to full membership- The Printing Committee reported that they would have the newly printed con stitution and bylaws ready for distribu tion at the next meeting Under the new law the death benefit provided for will prove one of the most beneficial features of this organization The decision to turn all sums exceeding 1000 derived from death assessments into the reserve fund was a wise one and it is calculated to soon enable the assess ment to be passed This is the best plan yet evolved to pay a death benefit of 1000 to the relatives or heirs of deceased membersThe Fall Carnival and Exposition was discussed at length and met with the warn approval of the members A reso lution was adopted to hold an open meet ing on Thursday evening September 21 to which all IrishAmericans not affiliated with any similar organization are invited when the Society will determine what part it will take in the celebration It is expected that the members will also con fer with the Ancient Order of Hibernians and cooperate in the proper observance of IrishAmerican day Dr William B Doherty Thomas J Tierney Matt Winn lion Edward J McDermott John J Fitzgerald Hon Matt ODoherty William Lynch Col Mike Mufdoon Alderman Willian Pat terson Alderman OHearn and others many of whom are prominent Elks will be invited to be present at this meeting There may be some IrishAmericans who misapprehend the aims and workings of this Society This meeting will afford them an excellent opportunity to fully understand its purposes after which they are very apt to become members How ever all are urged to assemble at Hiber nian Hall on the evening of September TEMPLE THEATERI New Meffert Stock Company Preparing for the Com ing Season The members of the new Meffert Stock Company arrived in this city Monday and since have been rehearsing daily for the opening of the Temple Theater sea son which takes place Monday night September 18 While no fault could be foundwith the companies appearing at this popular playhouse in the past Col Meffert will this year present a much stronger company than has ever appeared at any popularpriced theater The opening play will be the Charity Ball the character mole being assumed by Miss Ada Levick who comes with the highest recommendations The press pronounces her a charming woman and in her hands the character roles will doubt less be well sustained Mr McWade who succeeds Tom Rey nolds comes from an old theatrical fam ily and although a young man he has already played many parts and played them well The public is anxious for the opening of the Temple and the indications areI that the advance sale of seats will be theI largest in the history of the house Col Meffert deserves the hearty support of the theatergoing publi- cRECENT DEATHS The funeral of Mrs H W Stone who died at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital took place from St Pauls church Sunday J morning The deceased before marriage was Miss Mary Monahan and the announcement of herdeath occasioned great sorrow The bereaved husband has our heartfelt sympathyIThe funeral of Miss Nellie Agnes Roach who died last Monday occurred Wednesday morning from St Cecilias church The deceased was the daughter J of Mr and Mrs Morris Roach and was very popular both here and in Lexington Her death is sincerely regretted by n wide circle of friends and relatives The funeral of Mrs Catherine OBryan occurred Sunday morning from St PatI ricks church the services being attended by a large number of sorrowing friends and relatives The deceased was the widow of the late Patrick OBryau and was well known for her many Christian virtues and deeds of charity She is sur vived by two daughters Misses Katie and Ella OBryan who have the sympathy of many friends and acquaintances in theirI sad bereavement George D Curran aged twenty years died last Saturday morning at the home of his father James Curran 1510 Anderson street after a brief illness For a number of years he was employed at the postoffice here and was highly esteemed by all with whom he came in contact The future held bright prospects for him and his death upon the threshold of man hood is a sad blow to ids parents who have the heartfelt sympathy of all who knew their boy His funeral took place I Sunday afternoon from the Church of the Sacred Heart The funeral of Mlss Mary Kelly ofII New Albany which took place from Holy Trinity church in that city last Sunday was very largely attended TheII announcement of her death was received j with profound sorrow by a host of friends I and admirers with whom ehe was very l wlatIHer parents have lost a de daughter her church anacNvadd soliw4Fkerawdi hi1 f ij l friends and associates an agreeable and highly entertaining young lady To know her was ttf love her May she rest in peace Such was the expression heard on all sides George McNerney the fifteenyearold son of Michael McNerney the well known plumber died last Saturday even ing at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital from the effects of a piece of glass that he swallowed while eating preserves the week previous Several operations were performed by the most skillful of our physicians but their efforts to save the boys life were of no avail Mr McNer neys wife died only nine months ago and this second affliction has almost pros trated him The funeral took place from St Patricks church Sunday morning and the remains were accompanied to their last resting place by many of his young associates and friends COUNTY COUNCILS Fairly Respectable Reports Published In All Lon don Papers The meeting of the United County Councils in Dublin has attracted more at tention in the London papers than any thing which has happened in Ireland for some time says a London writer Fairly respectable reports that is to say re spectable as compared with the usual reports given to Irish affairsappear in all the evening papers With a view to belittling the scheme one paper gives prominence to the Freemans absurd demand that the United Councils should ignore Sir Thomas Esmondes suggestion about excluding politics But on the whole the English papers have fought shy of comment The Echo is an excep tion however and it says Unfortunately time Unionist Councils have all decided to stay away One could not of course expect them to do anything else if they believed that the General Council is to be run like the County Councils ou political lines but this inten tion was clearly repudiated at the outset and it would surely have been time enough for the Unionists to retire if they found that faith was not being kept with them It is noticeable however that none of the Connaught Councils have re solved to send delegates to Dublin- It is worth noting that the statement of the Echo is mistaken as Unionist Coun cils were represented at the meeting BUCKINGHAM ATTRACTION The Al Reeves Famous Big Double Company of nearly fifty people will be gin a weeks engagement at the Buckingham commencing Sunday matinee Mr Reeves has always been identified as the foremost manager of his particular line of amusement and this season is no ex ception to his golden rule for he points with pardonable pride to time personnel of his mammoth organization headed as it is by Inez Mccusker the highestsalaried prima dbnna ever connected with an organization of the same nature He is the first manager to delve into the realm ofreally high musical art and place the same for the approval of the patrons of what is commonly called burlesque but be it understood that this show is not a burlesque show as the term is familiarly implied Mr Reeves has an organization which stands preeminently away from all others and cleanliness is its trademark Were the conditions other wise no amount of money could have in duced Miss Mecusker to accept an en gagement which would in the slightest degree impair her reputation The secret of his thoroughly meritorious perform ances is that his company is composed of artists who are not alone individually competent as specialty performers but who are selected with a view to the gen eral ensemble cold te peculiar tone of his entertainment is such that he stands alone in his chosen line as did the im mortal Barnum ARCHBISHOP AND ELEPHAT The rare sight of an Archbishop play ing a musical instrument before an au dience was witnessed recently at St Marys Hall Nelson New Zealand The Archbishop was the Most Rev Dr Red woodand the instrument was a violin In consenting to play the Archbishop said he complied with the request be cause he looked upon the audience as an assemblage of friends and also because some of them were sitting on the spot whete he learned to play the violin in 1851 His grace said that he would not play them anything elaborate but would play them an old melody Home Sweet Home He did so and received a most enthusiastic encore when he played an exquisitely sweet Italian mel ody which was received with rounds of applause At the conclusion of time con cert Archbishop Redwood addressed the audience He said that when an elegy phant was made to dance a polka the people applauded greatly not because the elephant danced well but because the people wondered at an elephant ing able to dance and he thought thCj Mne applied to hie violin playingi I S Q4lIja pope qgour frlmtdit- rrr r- r fIiJ IRELAND i Record of the Most Important of the Recent vents Culled From Exchanges A young fellow named Sullivan was drowned August 22 while bathing off Tralee canal pier County Down and other Ulster coun ties are joining the movement to establish a permanent organization of Irish County CouncilsSergeant Cosgrave of the Munster Fusiliers was swept out to sea and drowned at Ballyheigtte County Kerry August 23 At a recent meeting of the Roscommon County Council it was decided to employ laborers directly on the roads of the Ros common rural district Favored with glorious weather time Skibbereen annual sports and bicycle races came off August 23 and were in every sense a decided success The last sacred concert of the Life Guards Band in Ireland occurred at Howth on Sunday August 27 The band won golden opinions in Dublin The remains of Arthur Kinsella the youngest son of Pat Kinsella of Dublin were interred in Glasnevin cemetery August 25 lie was a bright young man with a promising future Deep regret was occasioned in New bridge by the announcement of the death of Thomas Pullman His funeral took place August 24 and after high mass the remains were taken to Barrettstown County Kildare for interment A young man named Patrick Reidy from Rathpalatine was working in a meadow near Broadford about eight miles from Newcastle when by sonic ac cident he got caught in the machine rake he was following the teeth of which entered his chest and tore the body in a terrible manner Death supervened in a short timed meeting of the Demonstration Com mittee in connection with the Parnell memorial was held at the Mansion House Dublin August 10 to make arrange ments for the laying of the foundation stone of the Parnell statute which will occur on Sunday October 8 The various trade labor and national organizations werejfully represented- On Saturday morning Jeremiah Fan ning aged seven years died in the Meath hospital from injuries received by being run over by a car driven by John Belton of South Earl street Dublin the pre vious evening Deceased was the son of Police Sergeant Fanning who resides in Grenville place was run over accident ally by Beltons car at the South Circular roadThe Galway Feis will be held on Sep lember 14 and entries were to be lodged with the Secretaries not later than the 7th The committees are leaving nothing undone to make this years leis the greatest snccessofnny yet held under the auspices of the Gaelic League Entries for the school choir competitions have been numerous Recitation stepdanc ing etc At the last meeting of the Balliiasloe Guardians a letter signed by all the medical officers attached to the union was read by the clerk objecting to the fees fixed by the guardians for consulta tions The doctors stated that they could not see their way to accept less than two guineas which was the usual fee A special meeting was convened to consider the letter The Ncwry District Gaelic League is making much progress Arrangements have been completed for organizing the district from Whitecross County Armagh to Greenore and as far south as Dundalk anti establish branches in these Irish speaking districts Father Quinn of Camlough has been made President of the League A meeting was held at Omeath on Sunday August 27 where another branch was also established An inquest was held at Oxford on the body of Dr David H Charles Justice of the Peace for County Tyrone Deceased was eightyone years of age had recently gone from Ireland to live with his son the Rev R H Charles Oxford On Monday morning he was found lying dead in bed and shockingly burned There was a lamp on the bed which was smoldering The medical evidence was to the effect that death took place before time burns and the cause of death was the rupture of a blood vessel The Rev John OHalloraii has just been presented with two beautiful statues for the Youghalarra church Nenagh One represents the Sacred Heart and the other the Immaculate Conception Both are splendid works of art and the statue of the Immaculate Conception will be placed on a beautiful altar which is in course of completion at Bulls Dublin Both altar and statue are the gift of John McDonnell Esq Pallas The Sacred Heart statue which is also a fine one is the gift of a lady resident of the parish The manufacture of umbrella handles from Irish furzewood started some years ago atAvondale is expected to develop into a profitable industry The superiority of Irish furze for this purpose having been ascertained and fully established a profit able market for these goods has been opened up both in London and New York with the result that at present the people around Avondale are sending to London upward of one hundred pounds worth of furze handles per week which provides remunerative employment for a large number of families On Tuesday afternoon two boys named Thomas Baird aged ten and James Orr aged twelve were drowned m the River Foyle about a mile from Derry It appears time boys accompanied by two young girls one of them a sister of one of time lads were sent to schooll that morn lag but schemed and went fora ramble into time country for the day in time afternoon the boys went tto bathe in the isftaf l N 0 The girls then informed the police who went to the spot and had the river dragged but up to the present without finding the bodies The river was low at the time of the occurrence At a special court in Athy Michac Hynes a native of Darrow Queens coun ty was charged with time larceny of a sum of money from two men named Cur ran and Hackett in Athy on the same morning in a lodginghouse Hackett swore that the accused entered his room removed his trousers from under his head and rifled the pockets of their contents He said he was only taking a lance corporals sleep at the time and was watching the accused with one eye open Hynes was sentenced to a months im prisonment in each case Recently a domestic servant named Morkan in time employment of Patrick Flannery of Sheeane about to miles from Nenagh was attacked by a jackass her masters property and bitten and trampled on in a shocking manner The animal it appears had got among the cattle and on the unfortunate girl endeavoring to get him out of the field he attacked her in a most ferocious manner knocking her down and mangling her right hand and ear with his teeth The girl made a plucky struggle with the in furiated brute and was ultimately rescued During time past week the Most Rev Dr Lenehan Bishop of Auckland New Zealand has been staying in Wexford on a visit to his kinsman the Rev Patrick OConnor Wexford He addressed the men of the Wexford confraternity on Tuesday August 10 and ably sustained the high name he bears for eloquence The peopfe of Wexford are well pleased with their distinguished visitor and con firm the verdict of New Zealand that he I is a peoples Bishop and a Bishop of the people He leaves Wexford for Mount Melleray and will also visit Waterford and Thurles At the meeting of the Roscommon County Council held in Roscommon the Secretary read a letter front the Man Chester Memorial Committee asking the County Council as representatives of Roscommon to forward the stone now in the hands of Mr Hawthorne sculptor Castlerea which would form part of the basement of the memorial to be erected in Manchester in honor of Allen Larkin and OBrien A resolution was adopted unanimously to forward the stone at the expense of the county even though the Councillors might afterward be sur chargedOn approaching midnight an unoccupied dwelling house near Inny Junction was set on fire and totally con sumed A woman named Curley lived in it for some time A decree for possession was obtained against her at the last petty sessions for the district at the suit of one Mrs Newman and she was evicted a week ago The laud and dwelling house has since become the property of H Gregg District Inspector Henderson Castle pollard and time Strat Constabulary have been very active investigating the outrage and as a result arrested Francis Curley wtio is remanded for a week On Monday evening about 6 oclock James Roche of Firagh near Castle island having had an altercation with Thomas Milward of Cordal struck him it is alleged with a pike handle with all his might over the left side of the head Dr Daly of Castleisland was immediate ly called in to see the injured man and found a large wound of the scalp at the bottom of which was a depressed fracture of the skull Dr Drosnan of Killarney was called in and having driven to time scene of the occurance over night as sisted Dr Daly in removing the broken fragments of bone which were pressing on the brain Seldom has the transfer of a clergyman evoked such feelings of regret as those evinced by the removal of the Rev John ODonoghue from Carriganima to Clogh roe Father ODonoghue who is a native of the parish from which he has just been removed won the hearts of the people to such an extent during his stay among them that it would be difficult to describe the sorrow which the people natually feel at his departure from their midst Zeal and devotion to his flock were his main characteristics Father ODonoghue car ries with him to the scene of his future labors the best wishes of every one in the parish for his wellbeing and happiness Mr James L Carey M P has issued time first number of the Irish County Council Gazette a sixteenpage weekly which will be conducted on nonsectarian and nonpartisan lines The new era which has been inaugurated in Ireland by the passing into law of the local government act was up to the present unrepre sented by any individual newspaper and this organ will be devoted to concen trating as it were for the benefit of the country at large the proceedings and de velopment of the new councils thus fill ing a much needed want and greatly helping the newly created bodies in time discharge of their complex and arduous work The meeting of the Limerick County Council on Saturday last has certainly won for its members the good will of the evicted tenants For eight vacancies in the rate collectorship there were over sixty candidates but by general agree ment all the moretnarked as it was arrived at only in that Council chamber all the candidates withdrew In favor of seven evicted tenants and one representa tive of the Land and Labor Association Political cant they say is a cheap commodity and evidence has pot been want ing in Limerick or outside it of the fact thatperspnal influences rather than po liticalones bossed public appointments In1 recent yrs The Limerick County CounciLmade their position clear on that scorE They unanimously made these lection1 of rate collectors a national ques tiott The Jeffersonville division met Thurs day evening and transacted its business in a liurty The weather was too warm to permit of a large attendance James Breen of Division 1 of Jefferson ville is on the sick list He injured life back while at work Paw this paper to yo neighbor I 3 iJtJI if i R THE KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICANHas upon its Third Volume The promises made to its readers and friends in the first issue have been faithfully observed and its circulation has enjoyed a steady growth This should be increased in the future until it is read in the home of every IrishAmerican in Kentucky and adjoining States The Ken tucky Irish American for the coming year willmake features of Irish News i Church News Society News Home News Labor News Sporting News It is a FirstClass Weekly Journal which is printedand mailed on Fridays so that its city readers may take advantage of the announcements it contains and be directed where to make their Saturday purchases This will result in great benefit to our advertisers who should remember the fact that it has the Official Indorsement of the CENTRAL LABOR UNION And the Representatives of the Trades Unions of Louisville c I The Subscription Price IS ONLY 1PER YEAR 1 Invariably in advance and for this smallsum we promise to continue to issue one of the brighest cleanest newsiest Irish American newspapers in the United States We willyendeavor to furnish our readers a fearless liberal and honest publication one that may be relied upon for its every word r SUBSCRIBE NOW ci c c r Advertisers Will serve their interests best by sending in their copy as early in the week as possible They will find that advertisements placed in this paper will be productive of the best results as it now has a very large circulation among the best class of our citizens z z z Address all Correspondence and Business Communi cations to the KENTUCKYI IRISH AMERICANm 3 WE3TUREENSTREET I J C7 i 1 N uOXCYIRISIl A1n3RICAN l HON JOHN YOUNG BROWN OUR NEXT GOVERNOR He Would Rather Be RightI Than to Hold Any Officer 1 iI IIfRfNK FEflR o BREWING 60 BREWERS flND BOTTLERS LOUISVILLE ICY t W DANIEL DOUGHERTY THOMAS KEEN- ANK6dllall R ml DoiiQnerty 8 II Sr 1 1229 West Market Street Bet Twelfth and Thirteenth II m mTeL PIION TID 12402mmAll Calls Promptly Attended to Day or Night Car m Furnished for All c mrlngcM OccnHlonfiunc t I E SENN 0 ACKERMAN BREWING CO 1 INCORPORATED MAINSTREET BREWERY r rM 4 LAGER BEER AND PORTER ITS PURE LOUISVILLE KYK- ENTUCKY JOB PRINTING IRISH ANii 326 W Green SI J a Wllll M DllLAN8bl r f Seventh and St Catherine WINES LIQUORS AND CIGARS 1 Prank Fehrs Beer always on tap Special attention paid toJX orders for family use Hot hunch Day and Night SMITH DUGANtI Printingtrrr 221 West Market St it r JOHN F OBRTBLBUTCHERTOWN BREWERYt1 CREAM COMMON BEER r AvenuesttlifOiottf 891 v LOUISVILLE tX I C IJ iJ ozT ZY INDORSED BY THE ENTRAL LABOR UNION That the Kentucky Irish American is steadily growing in favor with its readers and usefulness to the public is evidenced by the action of the Central Labor Union at a recent meeting in giving this paper its indorsement which is the more welcome and appreciated because unsolicited and unexpected The publisher is willbe0 i bythethiscityII Whereas The Kentucky Irish American has always been a consistent and 40Resolvedas the official newspaper of this body dJ Resolved That the proceedings of this organization and all affiliated unions be d communicated to the public through the columns of the aforesaid paper O o fijCENTRAL LABOR UNION OFFICERS PresidentJames McGSll Vice President J W Stevens Corresponding Secretary Zeno M Young 549 Second street JHennessyFinancial Treasurer William A Sergeant at Arms PoolII Chairman Board of M Young i LABOR WORLD Notes and Gossip of the Week From All Ports of the Country The Barbers Union is steadily increasing in membership- The IrishAmerican Society was well represented Fern Grove Monday The Elks Carnival Committee will have the union label on all its printing Business in the molding shops is very brisk At present there are no men reported idle- During this hot weather people should avoid smoking sweatshop and prison made cigars There was a great demand for copies of the Kentucky Irish American Each lady receivedone John Quinn and Fritz Seifried have been kept busy all the week relating their pleasant experiences on their trip Labor day We want in our unions a good dose of charity and brotherly love and less of their captious critic and narrowminded technicality fiend John McAuliffe Tom OMara John Ford and Mike Hyland were out for a good time at the Central Labor Union picnic They had it too A great labor and industrial exposition was opened in Minneapolis Monday under the auspices of the trades unions of that city It closes this evening A splendid table was set by Mrs George Gravis and the feast spread was thoroughly enjoyed by quite a large number of the delegates to the Central Labor Union Mr and Mrs Joseph Heheman enter tained handsomely at Fern Grove Mon day During the afternoon an excellent luncheon was partaken of by a host of their friends Col John Kelly the downtown grocer was given a hearty reception by all at Fern Grove Monday afternoon There are few men more popular with the trades unionists of Louisville John Kenney John Whalen Clem List and John Keenehan were always the cen ter of a throng at Fern Grove John Kenney has a host of friends among the workingmen who never fail to call to see hint when on Secotjd street William Dawson seventy years old accompanied by R P Caldwell Phil Single Lorenz Steinmetz and Perry Dawson headed the delegation from the Coopers Union Monday the old leader setting a lively pace for his followers They had a good time Paul Donovan and Charles Dietz lookI cd after the interests of the carpenters provided them with lots of amuse They were ably assisted by Will Monroe Henry Cooper William Henry Ossendorf William Tol ert and William Kreit The Brewers Union Glee Club rendered several vocal selections on both trips of the Columbia The members of the club are John Fuchs George Gravis Fred Wahle Louis MiddlehofT Gpttleib Geiser Mike Reutschler Theodore Herb Timmel and August SenfV HughEllisconvention of the International Typographical Union made their reports last Sunday They performed their duties to he satisfaction of their constituents and were in attendance at all the sessions The printers were well represented at i GrpvePmminent j DuganEdwin J Smith and Van Ratteree They saw tott that there was plenty of fun in Ueirtt companyThe of Typographical Union No 10 last Sunday was very largely at tended notwithstanding the extreme heat Paul J Maas labor reporter on Chicago Timee Herald who was a visitor was introduced to the members happymannerwell received j I c thelouyou01 cI b 1i1 i BUILDING TRADES Opens Its HeadquartersCar- penters Unions Grow IngThe Tin ners The Building Trades Council have streetII iimprovements or repairs in the building lineA few things to be remembered when you want a carpenter Call at Building Trades Council head quarters 516 Fifth street or telephone 2092See that your architect specifies union laborSee that your contractor hires unio carpenters before you give him your workSee that he does not work his men more daySee of wages If you dont know how to find a union architect or contractor consult a repro sentative of the Carpenters Union Remember that all of the best carpen ters are members of the union Dont let your contract to a tenhour man and get into a lawsuit that will make your building cost twice what it should Remember that by complying with the above requests it costs you no more and at the same time it enables us as a labor iing class to better our condition in life I Carpenters Union No 103 meets every Monday night and Union 214 meets every Saturday night at Becks Hall Jefferson street between First and Second The tinners of the city are invited to attend a meeting at Building Trades headquarters 516 Fifth street tonight to take steps to organize their craft They cer tainly need it and without it they can not hope to better their condition All union carpenters in the city are em jployed and still there is demand for more This is the best evidence that unionism counts and should induce all nonunion men to join the ranks share the advantages of shorter hours and better pay and do their part to maintain and elevate their craft We regret to learn that a wellknown architect of the city has violated his agreement with the carpenters unions by ordering his foreman to require his men jto work ten hours per day The men promptly quit and now the architects work is at a standstill he being unable to secure competent workmen I BARN DANCE AND CAKE WALK One of the enjoyable events of the com iing season will be the barn dance and cake walk to be given by the Ladies Aid Society Monday afternoon and night September 18 at 1225 West Market street A paper carnival will be held for the little folks from 2 to 7 oclock at which two 1prizes will be awardedone for the pret tiest and one for the most comical suit Dancing will begin at 8 oclock in the evening followed by a cake walk at 10 Each person will be entitled to a chance on a handsome picture and as the ladies are working for a good cause they extend a cordial Invitation to all to attend A DEPUTY TOM SHELLEY The many friends of Tom Shelley were pleased over his appointment this week to a deputyship In the Tax Receivers office He assumed the place of Henry C Semple who resigned Monday Mr Shelley has held the office of Tax Re ceiver himself and his thorough knowl edge of the duties of the office render him a valuable acquisition to the force in that department of our city government No more popular selection could have been made 1 CHOIREUCHRE The members of St Marys church choir have issued invitations to a euchre to be given under their auspices at Foun thin Ferry on Wednesday evening September 20 Cards will be played from 830 to 1030 when dancing will take place The occasion promises to be an enjoyable one as tie members of this choir have many friends The admission to the euchre and dance will be only twentyfive centsB- XCURSIQN TO INDIANAPOLIS The UBigFour Route announces a special excursion to Indianapolis and return Sunday September 10 at the ex pPOeitivelyson Special train leaves Seventh tretIUnion Depot at oclocka m Return atIndianhpollaat7oclock I city tlck tbei 118 Fourth avenue and I UHioa Depot ooraer Breath JMwTWTttV 1 J I HIBERNIANS- What They Have Been Doing the Past VeekGeneral- News Notes Five hundred persons attended the re cent outing at Rockland Mass Division 1 meets Tuesday night Several candidates are due for initiation- At Roxbury Mass Division 67 was in stituted by County President William J Cronin Division 43 of Boston has formed a military company with John J Donovan as Captain Division 3 will elect a successor to Sec retary John Cavanaugh at the next regu liar meeting The next meeting of the County Board will be an important one It will take place September 19 President Hennessy expects a large attendance at the meeting of Division 4 Wednesday evening The Young Mens Division has decided to hold its first entertainment of the sea son on Thanksgiving night Company A Hibernian Knights of Providence will run a series of Saturday night socials during this month State Secretary James Coleman who has been spending the past two weeks at Mackinac returned home yesterday Division 25 of Boston has voted to form a military company to participate in the great parade of the order next May The field day of Division 36 at South Boston Labor day was a great success Many wellknown athletes competed in the games There is great rejoicing over the prog ress being made by Division 1 of Duluth Minn New members are being con stantly initiated The Ladies Auxiliary of Anaconda Mont will give a dancing party to the members of the order and their friends Tuesday evening The Ladies Auxiliary meets at Hiber Wan Hall tomorrow afternoon There should be a full attendance of members as there will be a number of visitors pres entThe Literary Committee of the Young Mens Division will meet tomorrow after noon They will discuss new features to be presented at their coming entertain mentQuite a large hot weather meeting wasI held by the Young Mens Division last Tuesday Will McCarthy made some very interesting remarks for the good of the order The Hibernian Rifles of Pawtucket R I and their friends will enjoy an excur sion to Newport tomorrow where they will be joined by the members of the order of that place Division 3 of the Daughters of Erin celebrated their fourth anniversary in St Paul last month Flowers and the colors of the order in streamers of pink and purple decorated the hall Upon the recommendation of President Sullivan Division 3 has given its hall for the general meeting to be held on the evening of September 20 Every Hiber nian in the city is urged to be present Fully 300 members and friends were present at the last meeting of Division 19 of Boston The occasion for the large gathering was the initiation of thirty can didates Rev Charles F Donoghue chaplain of Suffolk county delivered an addressThe Hibernians of Providence are very busy these days From the Visitor we glean the intelligence that the Knights divisions and ladies auxiliaries are all prosperous their excursions socials and literary and musical entertainments have proven most satisfactory socially and financiallyAt of the Ancient Order of Hibernians Board of Erin in San Fran ciscu presided over by State Delegate J J Keating applications were received from three counties in California and from Anaconda Mont requesting the formation of divisions of the order in their respective localities I PHANTOM FORTUNE At a meeting of the Loughrea Town Commissioners John McLoughlin referred to a loan fund that had flourished in Loughrea a long time ago and from inquiries he had made he understood that a considerable sum of money remained over from the loan fund if they could only find out where it was The other members of the board also expressed themselves conversant of the fact that a loan fund did exist in Loughrea at onetime and that alarge surplusl remained over when the loan fndw diacontin Md The clerk was InMnictd to mice I l1 I JOB PRINTING j t Tile Kentucky Irish American is prepared to tfl do the best of Job Printing such as 1 7 LETTER HEADS iBILLCARDS ENVELOPES E 4 TICKETS DODGERS All work executed promptly in firstoc1ass style Give Us Your Ordor and ffelp Us Grow EE- i i KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN E Sj 326 WEST GREEN ST ITALIANSWISS COLONY WINE CO 219227 West Jefferson Street WHALLEN BROTHERS Proprs WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN LIQUORS OI= KLL KINDS Te1aphone g10a xOUISVILLE ICY IRISH SOCIETYDIRECTORY A O J1- DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month PresidentThomas Keenan Vice PresidentTim J 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