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Kentucky Irish American: September 9, 1899 Kentucky Irish American 300dpi TIFF G4 page images William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1899 kec1899090901_sn86069180 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Kentucky Irish American: September 9, 1899 Kentucky Irish American William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1899 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. DR. F. L MEDER, SURQEON DENTIST, 347 W. JEFFERSON ST., Oet. Third and Fourth. Olflce Hours from 8 to 5. Sun days 9 to 11. Kentucky Irish American. LOUISVILLE: SATURDApf, SEPTEMBER 9, 1S99. ' LACE CURTAIN LAUNDRY, We lead and never follow. Our work In laundering lace curtains at 20c a pair gives entire satisfaction. Work called for and delivered. First-clas- s serice. MAD.' BABEY, 625 Second St. Telephone 2631. VOLUME III. NO. 10. PRICE FIVE CENTS. FALL FAIR, other forms of amusement were provided. Navan, who died at Miss Huxley's private He might as well driven straight home The celebration of)tbe day in Jefferson-vill- e hospital, Mount street, as a result of in- No one thought his carload was anything ' was under the auspices of the Red unes received by him when riding the more than an ordinary drunken Saturday Men, the demonstration being the largest horse Paddy in the first jumping compe frolic. seen in years. The business houses were tition in the Dublin horse show, says the From a window of the viceregal lodge Earl Spencer saw in the distance what he Labor Day AVas Happily Ob- handsomely decorated and the parade For an Amicable Arrangement Independent. The pair of horses charged Interest Increasing Daily in the Full Story of One of the Most thought was a scuffle and spoke of it. in the forenoon was Witnessed by at least the preliminary fence, the fly, which is at the Coming Meeting of Elks' Great Carnival and served by AVorkinginen of Momentous Murders of 10,000 people. The afternoon atid even one of the easiest on the course, when the One person who witnessed the crime from Fnction Leaders. ing were spent at Arctic Springs, where a Exposition. dun colored Paddy, which carried Ball, the Falls Cities. the Century. by it nearer at hand was so overcome pecked on landing, with the result that that he was unable to identify the perpeBall was thrown clean over the horse's trators. A telegraph clerk riding by on head. Medical assistance was at once Special his wheel saw the bodies and reported to Ited-mon- d Days Have Been Set Followers of Dillon and Central Labor Union and Its Release of Fitzliarris from forthcoming and the ambulance was re the police, and then the news spread. Arc Likely to Come Apart in the Schedule of . Thousands of Friends at Recalls the Terquisitioned to reuicve him to the private The Government acted with promptness Togcthor. hospital above named. He suffered from Fern Grove. the Festival. and vigor. A reward of .10,000 for the rible Affair. severe concussion and scarcely ever re arrest of the assassins and .1,000 for any gained consciousness. He was in the information about them was offered, and prime of manhood, being only thirty-year- s all the detective resources of England and Prisoners Freed and Amnesty Dranmtie Doom Plncecl Upon Ireland alike were set to work, but all in United Trades and Labor As old, yet during that short space Grand Display of Fireworks to sembly Hold Forth at Be One of the Prominent Association Through Tts Cary, the Informer, Carhe gained the friendship of hundreds of vain. No enemy of Ireland was in the sportsmen all over the country, who now i'lMCiiix Hill. secret and no friend of Ireland would be Labors. Features. ried Out. regret his loss. As a rider to hounds he tray it. Suspicions were rife and accuhad few superiors, and some years ago rate and arrests were made, but in the was an extensive patron of the turf. absence of evidence the suspects had to MAYOR TALLON COMING TO AMERICA AND NEW ALBANY. EFFERSONYILLE DAY OCTOBER 17 IT WAS IN THE DAYS OF COERCION be released. How many were concerned in the plot GENERAL MEETING, is not known, and now can never be known. All kinds of claims and stateNot much hope is entertained among There is no abatement in the interest Labor day has come and gone, leaving The British Government lias finally car- ments have been made, but the only those best acquainted with the situation Hibernians Will Arrange For felt in all quarters of the city in the Elks ried out its promise of clemency to the sifted and tested evidence was that wrung only pleasant memories in the minds of in Ireland that any good will come of the Fall Exposition and Carnival. ImporTheir Part In the Fall last of the "Phoenix Park" prisoners and slowly and painfully from the informers the working people of the Falls cities. new attempt to bring the Home Rule fac- JAMES MCGILL. tant meetings have been held this week has released James Fitzliarris, alias "Skin at the trials in Apriland May, 188IJ. This The day dawned bright and clear, and Carnival. and numerous novel features have been President Central Labor Union. the Goat," who was serving a life sentence evidence established varying degrees of arranged for. It has been decided to as an accomplice in the assassination of guilt against eighteen different persons, monster picnic was held, with a balloon The Hibernians of Louisville will hold endeavor to have President McKinley, Lord Fiederick Cavendish, Chief Secre- including four who had fled the country. ascension at o o'clock and at night the general meeting at Hibernian Hall of Admiral Dewey, William Jennings Bryan tary for Ireland, and of Thomas Henry Three informers were allowed to go free- finest display of fireworks ever given on of the members of all the divisions and and other celebrities visit the city during Ihtrke, Permanent Under Secretary, in Here we may pause to note the astonish that side of the river. the Hibernian Knights on Wednesday the fair, and Mayor Weaver, President Phcenix Park. Dublin, in 1882, writes ing circumstance mat none ot tuose New Albany also presented an unusu evening, September 20, to determine Mengel, of the Board of Trade, and Pres John A. Dillon in the New York World. whose necks were m danger sought to ally animated appearance on Labor day. what part they will take in the Fall car- ident Belknap, of the Commercial Club, On the evening of Saturday, May 0, in escape, relused to deliver one ot The parade in the morning was a credit nival and exposition to be held in this will join with the committee in extend that year, just before sunset, Lord Fredthe conspirators, Frank Byrne, and the able one, and the picnic that followed at city from October 9 to 21. The ing the invitation. erick Cavendish and Thomas Henry United States refused to deliver John the Fair Grounds was attended by about County Board favors the establishment Merchants and manufacturers have Burke, while walking together across Walsh, Sheridan and Tynan, who were 4,000 people. Among the amusements of an Irish village, similar to that seen at already made application for sufficient Phoenix Park, in Dublin, were suddenly also wanted by the British government. were trotting and bicycle races, music the World's Fair at Chicago. It may be space to insure the success of the under set upon and stabbed to death by a band But all the actual participants in the and dancing. The chase for the greased that it will be impossible to make the taking. The great parade will take place of unknown men, who as suddenly disapaffair remained in Dublin, where the hand pig caused lots of fun before the animal necessary arrangements for this feature on the first day of the carnival, and it is peared. of justice could reach them in an hour, was captured by Caisar Duggins. in the limited time that will remain, but expected to be the most brilliant ever The deed was a shock to the civilized still they escaped arrest until No the sentiment of the leading members is seen in this city. In addition to the world hardly less severe than that of the and vember, when Pat Delauey, one of the FATHER HIGGINS. to lend every effort to the Elks to make Legion and the police and fire departassassination of our own President Gar jaunting-ca- r four, made an attempt to their undertaking a success. ments and uniformed divisions of all field the year previous. And yet public atAt this meeting proposals will be made lodges in Louisville, about 300 industrial opinion was divided as to whether it was shoot Judge Lawson, and tnjs and an shoot Mr. Field, the foreman of Sustalns Serious Injuries by for taking part in the great parade, and floats will be in line. Twenty brass a political act or a mere murder. The tempt to as a the grand jury, put the authorities on the from present indications this order will bauds will furnish the music for the paBeing Thrown From a Rritish Government dealt with it conspiracy. Arrest and dehave at least 1,000 men in line, as all rade, which will be at least three miles murder, but the French republic refused track of the Bicycle easy under the crimes art, interviewed so far have expressed their long. A feature will be the Midway extradition to a refugee charged with tention was JOHN W. STEVENS, JOHN FUCHS, the associations of the suspected men desire to participate. The meeting should dancers and performers and the animals participation in it, and the United States Vice President Central Labor Union. Chairman Labor DKy Committee. and followed up, and be largely attended, as County President of the Streets of Cairo. Besides our local The Sun announced two weeks ago in look the same view in tne case ot several were inquired into in January the government felt others who escaped to this country, finally early in the morning there were crowds its Binghamton correspondence an ac tions together, says the World's London Murphy and the Division Presidents will fraternal and civic societies there will be x men and effi- British iustice had its way with those secure in arresting twenty-sicorrespondent in his Sunday cablegram. then be in possession of the complete a number of visiting lodges of F.Iks in the on the streets wending their way to the count of an accident that befell the charging them with the murder. 5 parade. whom it caught and tried. Five of them boats that were to carry them to Fern Healy has asled Redmond to lay the programme. Eveu then there would have been no The Midway performers engaged to were banned in the execution yard of Grove, where the Central Labor Union Parnellite proposals for unity before the" except through the come here are now in Detroit. They go Kilmainhani jail. Three, who had re hope of conviction, SILVER JUBILEE, held its tenth annual celebration of the committee appointed by the Irish memof England against all Irish from that city to Kansas City and then to cently been released, received sentences one reliance day. The steamers Columbia and Sunbers of Parliament in April last for the uprisings the informer. Louisville. There are 200 members of the of penal servitude for life ; five received shine were crowded with young and old purpose of receiving such proposals. is the days and the months passed on men, their mothers, wives and sweetsentences of ten vears and one of five Redmond's suggestion was that a small Celebration of the Ordination company, who travel in a special train of , , r r. suspicion began to haunt the minds of Three turned informers uiieen euacues, wmcn are necessary to pulled out at 8:30jind ...Anniversary of Rfiv. conference, representative of all factions. weakling and cowardice jehanged hearts when they carry their parapliernaHaTLouisvilfe will AH of. those .who .were punished .were the 9 o'clockpatid'tlie scene o n 1 h e ' 1 eveewas siiuuiu iuc kumm oi a reunion. Father Kelly. to jelly. I lie uovernment have many of the same attractions which men in humble life, the agents of men their Hearts an animated one. These same boats also Redmond has replied to Healy agreeing first witness in one Farrell, who re at the World's Fair in Chicago, 1 and 2 o'clock and were higher up, who planned the deed and found its made trips at to his suggestion nnd a meeting of Home turned Queen's evidence, though his who escaped its consequences. With the anni except all of them will be more crowded with those vho could not leave Last Sunday was the twenty-fift- h Rule members of all factions will shortly no danger. remission of the last of the life sentences neck was in morning. versary of the ordination of Rev. Father be called. Weakened by his defection Michael in the Tuesday, October 17, has been set aside has Great Britain declares that justice There was music on the boats and Dillon has taker1 no part in the corre John B. Kelly, the beloved pastor of Holy Kavanaugh, the driver of the jaunting- n day, following that of been satisfied and that the account is During his as grounds by Scally's bauds, and every spondence, but when Redmond's proposal Trinity church, New Albany. our German citizens, and already meettragedy of car, next turned on nis associates ano closed of the Phoenix Park opportunity was afforded the excursion was tirst made he declined to accept it, pastorate at Holy Trinity the reverend a witness against them. The last ings have been arranged for to make pro lftfi' During the ists to enjoy themselves. as he said the settlement of the unity gentleman has become very popular, not was in the days of coercion and of and most odious of tne informers was afternoon addresses were delivered by It question had now been taken in hand by only with the members of his congrega vision for the proper observance of that day. reprisals. Forster, the head and front of James Carey, who had given the signal Albert Schmutz, the Socialist Labor can the people themselves. It is unlikely tion, but the entire community, who took The schedule as mapped out is as fol the coercion policy, had dropped his which sent Cavendish and Burke to death didate for Governor, and J. II. Arnold, therefore that Dillon will support the advantage of the opportunity of this occa office in disgust and in fear of his life, and who in his craven fear of the gallows representing the Social Democracy. commemorate the silver jubilee of lows: proposal at the forthcoming meeting of sion to Monday, October 9 Louisville day. His murder had been planned, and the pronounced on himself a doom as certain President McGill, Secretary Zeno M. the party. It is more probable that he his'admission to the priesthood. Through train which car as any the Judge could have given. Tuesday, October 10 Bryan day, when tradition runs that the preceding week a number of his Chairman John Fuchs and James and his supporters will absent themselves the The trials, based on the information Young, ZENO M. YOUNG, ried him from Dublin was searched in friends and admirers quietly took the William Jennings Bryan will be the guest Martin, Will Poole, George DeSouchet, from it. of honor at the exposition. Invincibles anxious to get thus obtained, were held in April and Joseph Heheman, Walter Young, Charles Secretary Central Labor Union. vain by armed Healy's letter to Redmond was couched matter in charge, and on Sunday they May. The harvest of the Assize was as Wednesday, October 11 Ladies' day n shot at mm. Peetz, John W. Stevens, Tom Hennessy, cient young assistant of St. Mary's church in terms of bitter hostility to Dillon, and presented him with a purse of gold as " Buckshot " Forster was safely out of follows testimonial of their appreciation of his and floral day. On this day a prize will William Kolp, William Bywater and in Sentence of death was passed on Joseph that city, the Rev. John J. Higgins. it gives no hope of an amicable feeling devotion and labors in their behalf. Dur- be offered to the florists for the most Ireland, and conciliation, represented by other members of the committee having being established, though Healy is said Frederick Cavendish, had replaced Brady, Tim Kelly, Dan Curley, Tom the outing in charge were untiring in The accident proved to be of a far more Lord ing the day and evening there were large artistic display of flowers and arrange Caffrey, Mike Fagan and Pat Delaney. serious nature than was then announced, to have been urged to write to Redmond him. Acainst Lord Frederick there was numbers of callers at the clergyman's ment effected, to distribute the flowers The sentence of Delaney wa& commuted their labors and succeeded in making it hut we are elad to say that under the by one of Dillon's followers. no grievance, nor was his death .intended. residence, who came to extend their con among the ladies after the awarding of one of the most enjoyable Labor day circumstances Father Higgins, who has Owing to the fact that the last of the But Burke had been sentenced by a secret to penal servitude for 'life and subse gratulations. Father Kelly is regarded the prizes. Also on this day the baby been visiting his parents in Syracuse for tribunal; his executioners had been selec quently reduced to ten years; he had as one of the leading Catholic clergymen show will be given. Purchasers of tickthe past week, is well on the way to active ets will be given voting blanks, number ted; it was mere accident that involved turned informer. Sentences of ten years of Indiana. service again. He was riding his wheel to correspond with the number of the Lord Frederick Cavendish in the doom were imposed on Dan Delaney, a brother after breakfast in the morning, just after baby, the one receiving the largest numAfter his installation as Chief Secretary of Pat; on James Mullet, the Chairmatl WEST POINT CHAPEL, the pavements had been sprinkled, and ber of ballots to be declared the winner. he had started to return on foot through of the organization, and on McCaffrey, when trying to get out of the way of apviceregal lodge, and O'Brien and Moloney, Thursday, October 12 Orphans' flay, Phoenix Park to the The life sentences, which have now all proaching trucks his wheel slipped on when the children of the orphanages will Secretary Burke, seeing him walking, had Picturesque Site Chosen For be admitted free. the wet pavement, throwing him directly dismissed his cab and joined him. It been remitted, were those of Joseph in front of the dray horses. He sustained Friday, October 13 McKinley day, It Handsome Memowas drawinir near sunset of a beautiful Mullet, Joe Hanlon and Fitzliarris No story of the Phoenix Park tragedy a deep gash on the forehead that necessl when President McKinley is expected to day in May. The park was almost tie rial Windows. tated a number of stitches, and also the be present. serted. An Irish car driven by Myles would be complete without the epilogue serious injury of two fingers of the left Saturday, October 14 School chil Kavanaugh and having four occupants of the doom of Carey, the informer, an scarcely less hand, one finger especially being severely A picturesque site has been allotted for dren's day. Toe Brady, a stonecutter; Tim Kelly, a event which stirred Ireland lacerated. Dr. William Curtin, who atMonday, October 10 German-Amethe Catholic chapel which is to be erect' coach builder; Pat Delaney and Tom Caff- - deeply than the killing of Cavendish and Burke. s tended him while in Syracuse, says that ed on the Federal reservation West Point, can day, at which the rey, was driving slowly up and down the The Government did us best to save he will not be able to officiate for two or where the military cadets are educated for of the city and State will be the guests of nath. followed by the cab of Fitzliarris him from the vengeance openly threatthree weeks. We wish him as speedy a (Skin the Goat). the army, the course extending through honor. recovery as possible, as do the good peo n Tuesday, October 17 four years. West Point is in the highIn the cab were Dan Curley, Michael ened against him. He was kept safely pie of St. Mary's parish, Binghamton, will lands of the Hudson river, fifty miles day, for which the Fagan and Joe Hanlon, all armed with in jail, was safely and secretlv spirited where his strict attention to duty and his north of New York City. There is not arrange an appropriate programme. revolvers and intrusted with the work of away to England, and as Australia would have none of him, he was secretly and kindly manners have endeared him to Wednesday, October 18 Elks' day, in America a more picturesque spot than rescue if it were needed. Catholic Sun. all. this ancient military post, where during when a grand social session will be held In addition to these nine were also safely shipped with his wife and seven CHARLES PEETZ, GEORGE DKaOUCHET, children from London on the night of Father Higgins, who is known in this the war of the revolution the Continental in the German village in honor of promJames Carey afterward the informer Member Labor Day Committee. July 4 on board the Kinfauns Castle brother of William M. Hig Financial Secretary Central Labor Union army held sway and prevented the joint inent national officers. city, is the whose duty it was to signal the presence Thursday, October 19 Tennessee day. of the victim, and Joseph Smith, who bound for Cape Town. Irish political prisoners has now been ureof the forces of King George, operat Thursday, October 20 Indiana day. The Irish banshee goes not overseas, celebrations yet held by the Central alone of all the party knew Secretary Saturday, October 21 Kentucky day. released, the Irish Amnesty Association ing south and north of this point. Labor Union. but Carey's banshee must have put an On the State days the Governors and There is a movement under way in Burke by sight. is about to be'finallv wound up. Many were heard to express regret that honor. The four occupants of the car who had extra croak in her laugh as she told her Lord Mayor Daniel Tallon, of Dublin regular army circles to place a series of their staffs will be guests ofand Secretary Chairman Frank Fehr been selected to do the deed were armed weird sisters that Carey had sailed on the the workingmen did not have a parade middle memorials of distinguished deceased om and John Redmond will sail the year, but the reasons for the change Hogan have general headquarters in the with surgeon's knives brought over from same ship with a passenger from America this of October for America to collect funds cers who held the. Catholic faith in the Board of Trade building, where any inJiave been stated so often that it is not as McDonald. France. Brady, who was a Hercules in registered proposed chapel at this post. The idea formation desired may be obtained. in Dublin. for a memorial to Parnell His real name was O'Donnell; he was necessary to repeat them here. The last strength, was their leader. The journey is undertaken in response is to place memorial windows in the of the "Invincibles;" he made boat reached the city about 10 o'clock, TRIP FOR HIS HEALTH. As the victims approached the car the one to an invitation from loo citizens ot jjos sanctuary in loving memory ot Generals without accident or anything to mar the signal was given from the roadside by Carey's acquaintance on the trip to Cape ton holding various views on Irish as well Sheridan. Rosecrans, Newton, Sumner pleasure cf the occasion, the Central Andy Meagher left for Hot Springs and Andrew Jackson Smith, and fill the Carey. The four leaped down and ran to Town, and from Cape Town took the as American political affairs. Labor Union realizing a neat sum. Burke was instantly killed same vessel to Natal. the encounter. The announcement Friday that the nave with windows in memory of Cahlll, last Thursday evening on a trip for his The Trades and Labor Assembly held On the voyage the informer, doubtless and gashed with the sharp knives of at Lord Mayor of Dublin and Hon. John E, Ryan, O'Brien and others of that noble health, having successfully undergone an self-b- e forth at Phcenix Hill and had a good two of his asssilants, Brady and suffering from that impulse of least Redmond had accepted the invitation of army of 207,000 Catholics who died for operation at the Sts. Mary and Elizabeth r,1 Ttrerfprirk Cnvend sh michl . trayai wmcn seems 10 oe pari oi uie attendance at night, when a T the citizens of the United States to visit the flag of the Union. Ground has been Hospital. Andy has the best wishes of a confidential, cane was voted for by the friends of the j imvc uv.ia wv n m.wt. hut " his manlv i criminal instinct, became that country in the interests of the pro broken for the new chapel. It will cost great many friends that he may have a resist, if it was O'Donnell had had his suspicions as to candidates for Judge of the City Court, successful trip and come home in the instinct prompted him to posed Parnell monument was confirmed $22,000. r. It Charles A. Wilson being declared the i,i. ,,,hrpll(i. nnd n knife the identity of his best possible condition. Saturday. was not a difficult matter to verity them winner. There were no addresses, but SERIOUS INJURY. hrd I,. liia heart ended his life. The two distinguished Irishmen will THE HORSE SHIED. Not less sudden than the deed was the Just as the vessel was nearing Natal he the crowd enjoyed a concert jn the park leave Dublin for New York about the Mr. John Niland, of Duncan street, escane. Within a minute after l revealed himself to Carey, drew his and dancing in the hall, President Rob fllaht nnd middle of October. On their arrival they uietTwith a serious injury last Saturday 1 .l While Mr, and Mis. Patrick Nelligan J..l. r lt. .!.! WALTER YOUNG, the rnutder every one of the eleven had : revolver uiiu uu luc uclk ui tuc amp buul erts worked zealously, and to his efforts will be welcomed by a reception commit evening while oti his way to Shelbyville were leaving Riverview Fark last SaturChairman Board of Directors. completely as if the earth the informer dead in the presence of his is due much credit for the success of the disappeared as tee composed of representative citizens visit friends. When about eight miles day after an evening drive their horse, a picnic. Everything passed off pleasantly had swallowed them up. Carey and family. societies. On the to editor of the Kentucky Irish Anieri- - and members of Irish this side of that place some miscreant spirited animal, became frightened and gins, and went away as soon as The crime and trial of O'Donnell ere the crowd remaining till a late hour. Bos Smith turned committee will be delegations from can. threw a rock at the train, hitting hint in shied, overturning the buggy and throwthe signal was given, Fitzliarris started ated hardly less excitement than the Col. Lum Simons also entertained ton, Albany, Troy, Syracuse, Jersey City grew. At his trial large number of people at Riverview the head and almost fracturing the skull ing the occupants to the ground. Mr, back with his cab before a blow was crime out of which it order, to Newark, Atlantic City, Chicago, Philadel Upon his arrival at Shelbyville a physi Nelligan escaped injury, but his, wife Capes. built on the frou-fro- u on the every effort was made to protect and de Park,, the most delightful resort around be. worn on cool summer evenings, are phia and Baltimore. struck. The four jumped back , clan was called and dressed the wound,, a sustained several severe bruises, from, ,.i .i .. t.: u..t i lend mm. out mere was no escape ior the Falls cities.. There, were open air car, Some fishjiet and cut him andlie paid the death penalty which concerts during the afternoon and even very attractive., number of stitches being take i. He is which she has almost entirely recovered. -- KILLED AT THE HORSE SHOW. -"r-mare ami ejiw steels are very handsome. More service he mugt nave known was inevitable, now pronounced out of danger. No clew Only for Mr. Nclli;an's presence of mind : ing and an orchestra furnished music for able capes are made of pale tinted cloth, Around the citv of Dublin, driving out by.. Spend your money with the people who the young folks in the spacious dancing with white satin linimr.and soft chiffon It Is, with much regret UiftLVrehaveto has teen found to the perpetrator of the the consequences might have been outside of the city Chapelbad, keeping, I , . .1 " sriou .1. - r it! chronicle the death of Shirley", Ball, of rled. ruches about the' neck. until he. reentered by the south aid., advertUe in thia ppr. DUBLIN'S TRAGEDY BACK TO WORK, LITTLE CHANGE . N -- Irish-America- ri German-American- Irish-America- pold-bfade- d i. it fellow-passenge- -- 1 B3B2!iHPTTOB7Sr not be so bad for the city's interests to compromise the street railway tax case, involving the same legal and Social Advancement of oil Irish Americans. points, on a basis of 70 per cent. Oevoted to the Moral But Col. Stone is not noted for IRISH AMERICAN KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. WILLIAM IVt. HIGOINS, Publisher. s SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. flittered nt tlio Louisville Postofflce as Addiersall Conmanlcallons tothe KENTUCKY IRISH Second-Clan- AMERICAN, consistency in his legal decisions S1N0LE COPY, 5c any more than in his politics both are of a calico hue. The next City Matter. Council to be elected in November 326 West Green Street will elect a City Attorney. We Sbea, of Clifton, and Misses Katie and Annabel Murray, of Hawthorne Heights. James McComiack, the well known Louisville & Nashville fireman, is taking a vacation at home in this city. His friends say that he will also take some Madame P. A. Garretty left Monday for thing else besides a vacation a blushing a trip to New York. bride. Miss Katie Kavanaugh will return from Miss Lucy A. Patterson, daughter of New York next week. John Patterson, and prominent in society circles of Chicago, has been spending Mr. Frank O'Connor has gone to Baltithe past week as the guest of Alderman more to resume bis studies. and Mrs. William Patterson, 2009 West Miss Margaret Womack is at home Main street. from a visit in Madison, Ind. Miss Julia Madden has returned home Miss Nell Monahau was among this from Anderson, W. Va., where she has been spending the summer. Miss Eva week's visitors at French Lick Springs, Madden and Mrs. Atwood Martin hav Miss Morcella Ford, daughter of M. gone to New York for a short visit before Ford, left for Nazareth on last Tuesday, returning home. Miss Stella O'Connor left Thursday for The Aquinas Union hay ride last week Nazareth Academy to remain during the to Riverview Park was quite a success, year. couples attended Although fifty-eigthere was ample accommodation for them Miss Hessie Iou T.uens nnd Miss Marie all under the able management of Dennis Costigan went up to Nazareth on Monday Reardon and Dave Burke, Dennis hand morning. ling the older crowd while Dave attended to the younger set. Miss Nellie Lincoln and Miss Ell Judge are at Martinsville, Ind., taking The congregation of St. Aloysius the baths. church will heve its annual picnic at Deputy Sheriff Frank Carroll was Phoenix Hill Park Monday afternoouand among the Louisvillians registered at eveniug. Rev. Father O'Grady and his parishoners never do things by halves. West Baden Springs. and those who wish to spend an enjoyable Mr. Will J. Norton, of West Chestnut afternoon or evening will find here an street, spent several days this week excellent opportunity. The proceeds will West Baden Springs. be used for improvements on the church ppHoj If they need attention there is no better glace to have them fixed than at the s dltRADES(ot5) COUNClia don't insinuate this has any connection with his kick against the streef railway tax compromise. LOUISVILLE, KY THE TRANSVAAL. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9. 1899. gate, but for the same reason that, has deterred her from thus summarily settling the Transvaal ques tion heretofore. The, other powers France, Germany, Italy, Portugal, Holland, and even the United States, have an interest in territorial possessions or trade involved in so important a question as the subjugation of a neutral power by a rival to them, and all have taken precautions to protect those interests, several by force if necessary. This manifest danger of complica tion with powerful nations is what HE IS NOT TO BLAME. Misses Celia and Agnes Laven are Master Johnnie Chawk entertained making a combined business and pleasure little gathering of his playmates last Tuesdav evening, the occasion being hi l"P u,rouB" luc birthday. Those present were: Francis Mr. and Mrs. James O'Connor have re Sheehy, Dan Hartnett, Joe and Albert turned home after a visit at Indianapol Baker, James Sexton, David Reilly, Jim nnd Martinsville. Ind Sweeney, Willie Logan Reilly and John MISS KATE SMITH, Lady Assistant and Embalmer. Miss Katie Lannin is visiting at Russell Doolan. Master Chawk entertained them So Killarney has not been sold, with several selections on his violin, on Carriages Furnished for AH Occasions on Short Notice. WhlmT ie lint hoAaA ' oc el, AiA nfW nil Pfrlmno wiHi n im'mv tn vu,e wnere sue 13 lne Buesl of her which instrument he is a very creditable 1 brother, Larry Lannin standing. S. AJST JUJiriTERSOlV m performer. in the Fashoda and Chinese issues: enable English speculators to ac- r t-- r j r tir rt. 11 The Transvaal is independent, TELEPHONE 810. gracefully and with a deal of diplo- - quire the property, the conditions The Misses Patterson, of Chicago, who and as an independent State is neuare here visiting Alderman William Pat matic lormality, ot course, but are sucn mat no loreigner can pur- - French Lick last Sunday. tral to all nations, having treaties terson and wife, were entertained at a U1U i .11. i..c uuc.n uuicoo n " "ecu """B" iuio Mfs John K Reeg flnd SQn Jon ran euchre given in their honor by Mr. and with most of them, under which really is forced on her, and she intimated, the fact that Americans have reached home from a visit to her Mrs. Dan Murphy at their home in Port' and their subjects are allowed they land Thursday evening. Quite a largi will be able to satisfy other Euro- had twice oracticallv closed the mother at North Vernon, Ind. 1 access to and from their territorial number were present and the occasion is still on the pean powers that she has no other deal and the property The Misses Muldoon, who have been wan a most enioyable one. The fair M possessions, and to carry on trade market indicates some kind of spending the summer at Warm Springs, visitors have been the recipients of much alternative. E and industries in and through th are expected home next week. DESIGNERS AND BUILDERS OF social attention since their arrival here There is also another cause for hitch Transvaal country. With no gov one week ago. Misses Nell Meehan and Margaret Fla Si ITALIAN this blustering effort to gain some MARBLE, AMERICAN AND SCOTCH QRANITE Mayor Taggart, despite his posi herty, of this city, were two attractive eminent but Eneland has there marriage of William J. Otto and The . foreign victory to advance British tive refusal, was unanimously re- - visitors at Atlantic uty tms wee. England, thoug Miss Catherine Mulkern was solemnized been trouble. prestige. The Tory party in con nominated by the Democrats of Mrs. William B. Doberty and children Monday at noon at the ,Church,of the having a treaty granting more pnvi trol of the British Government has Indianapolis. This is deserved com will spend the balance of this month at Sacred Heart, Rev. Father Walsh officiat leges, and advantages than to any ing. Both bride and groom are well m not been successful in its foreign pliment to an Irishman proud of Vale View, on the New Albany knobs. known and popular in West End social other foreign power, has made peri policy, having lost iir China and Artistic Work Only Solicited. Workshops and Studies, Carrara, Italy. K his native land, and reflects credit Miss Marie Louise Costigan left Mon circles, and received the congratulations odical demands on the Transvaal for day for Nazareth, where she will continue of a host of friends. After the ceremony norm Atricaand been brought to like his feiiowcountrvmen. further concessions, and by covert her studies during- - the coming school the happy pair left on a bridal tour, and WAREROOMS. 322 to 328 WEST GREEN STREET, fi Day in Venezuela ana Alaska, dis year. upon their return will be at home to their .means in violation of the treaty The politicians are SO busv claw- content trrowintr in the imnnrtnnt friends at 1031 West Madison street. . Mrs. C. C. Roe and daughter, Miss , i. , ,, . such as the Jamison raid, sought the ... . . 01 Australia ana uauaaa, wg eacu inner mey are icuing ,i colonies uie LucV( of Parkiand, have returned from The marriage of Mr. George Porter and overthrow of the Transvaal Gov delightful visit with' friends in Bards Miss Emma Swann was celebrated at St with an unfavorable prospect for Irish alone. Go it, boys. 5 2 ernment. She failed because of the town, Mary Magdalene's church Tuesday morn British prestige and trade generally and bravery of the shrewdness ing in the presence of a large number of a GEORGE A, JONES. n dry William Lynch, the Parlimeut, it was in the future. The ushers were Messrs. Al a friends. Boers and the intervention goods merchant, went over to West expected, would be prorogued and Smith, Walter Morgan, Henry Immorde Baden to escape the intense heat of the Portugal, Holland and Germany and B. Gerst. After the ceremony the elections held the past spring. But Well Known Newspaper Man past week. happy couple left on a bridal trip East whose interest? were threatened ft Succumbs to Hoat Prosthe outlook for Tory success was Mrs. Finnegan and daughter, Nellie, and upon their return will be at home to o the latter backing up her protest tration. ft not flattering and it was deferred, returned Thursday from Cincinnati their friends at 1815 First street. The ft ships. ft ivith war where they have been visiting friends for bride is one of Louisville's most lovely ft A bit of war aud some show of suc and attractive young ladies. Mr. Porter But England has persisted in her George A. Jones, one of the best known two weeks. cess is needed to revive the hopes of newspaper men is a rising young business man, being one Good in this citv and a veteran designs on the Transvaal. Demands Mr. Ea Graney, the popular ball of the leading insurance agents of this the party fn power to carry the of the civil, war died quite suddenly have and attempted encroachments player, has just returned from Harrods- - city. elections, the postponement of Wednesday evening at his home, 2518 burg, where he made quite a hit as a star M. been met and thwarted by the Boers Baxter avenue. He had not been feeling A hayride was given Friday eveniug in which is becoming a worrisome well for some weeks past, and Tuesday right fielder. bone of contention for past The honor of Miss Katie Glenn, who returned to explain to the people afternoon was prostrated by the heat Misses Tosie O'Neill and Nellie McEl- - from Nashville recently. The party left Telephone 384. 248 West Jefferson Street. m. vears has been the Uitlanders; question )nr. and opposing parties. But failure wuile transacting some business on. llntt iinv tmn tn iiihp(iinin ..s.n the home of Miss Mayme Doran and rode , 1 whose cause England champions fliarKet Rtrpet. Hcrpiviwri nrnmnt .uwu. - it.. w.ii .cum. it , acveiiu wccks mey 11 I jur v.sii' to St. Matthews, where dancing was en , . 1.1 tlln T fltictin n 1 ... mtj, iu.. j..UUavuui uiuvc, 4.l ln.,. M cai attention ana was at once removed to ing friends, iui.uw.uk joyed aud supper served. Those who are aliens, princi The Uitlanders JOHN 3GC. JRRA.Nrit. the other failures, would be fatal to his home, and although everything pos- participated were the Misses Katie Glenn, pally British subjects, who, by 8lDle was aoa Misses waggie ana weiiie uienn nave him he sank steadily Tnrv rule ' n Avn fn Benfield, Anna Keenan, Eflie nm Emma " returned from a delightful visit to Bowl until his death occurred. , treaty, are allowed to hold property Ryan, Margaret FiUpatrick, Clara Smith, uiuicis, nit xrau&vaai question IS Mr Tones. wilnwfl, ni,c!ni hie Green, where thev were the puests of Stella Ryau, . engage in mining and business en grave. 0 Julia Sheedy, Sophia Kern, f the Kentucky was one Mtss 1'itzpatnck. Mayme Doran, Anna Gleason, Katie terprises, but are not allowed to Of the most nmtn?MItlf fltirl nnnnlnrff-n- . Cosmos Meagher is again visiting in Doran, Katie Potters, Annabel Dorn and IT'S RIGHT IT'S WRONG. , ; a tPmnl Rnr.Vt vote or hold office, thus blocking Holtzheimer . 812 S14 CLAY n?i8hb4orhod L Nineteent h and Ella May Gavin and Messrs. stood high in business circles. He City Attorney Stone opposes and ,ma Q very the scheme of England to obtain iuwgaiiuc sireeis. - mere-- no love nice and Lautz, of St. Matthews; Will Carter, Telephone 209-- 2. Mnfi.i,.nrtn . Edward Schraum, Will Glenn, Fred KY. tbe a" J control of the Government, which threatens to resist in the courts the men have been greatly assisted his Rompf, Will Quinn, Edward Perry, Wilt Mrs. Kaiser nnr! .IniioMpr. Mtca TTpn McHugh, Nellis Craft, Middleton, G. F. is a republic, by immigration and compromise of the street railway a,lvicf and friendship. He is survived by . life MM f Ot11 CAIIOM rV11aM lk " ' netta, nave returned to tlielr home on Meader and Paul Coleman, Mr. and Mrs. incJn.-fin- nc outvoting the Boers. The Trans- citv taxes,' and ract " nn our. uearueIt sympathy. Eighth street, after spending two weeks Edward Doran acted as chaperons. ,. wL?xie?a . vaal finally agreed to amend the law ..a tuuruguca uu me tumuiuuiibe i iuc luucmi iuok piace irom ins late frith friends in Cincinnati residence yesterday morning under the A delightful euchre party was held at so as to allow the franchise and the Alicnirea nf Mrs. Owen T?511v etltertnfnefl n tmmhAr the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Nevin, flrntirl A nnn nf t.. rt holding of minor offices to Uitland sor Alurpny and Tax Receiver mifilir. nnA tfiA nMior VIUUD Ul .n1.!l. t.. nf frlenrla nf iter Immnw nn Uncf lTn1n..f West Chestnut street, Thursday evening, nf Wllli;U 11C . .. .. u ... w. iiw. . 111,11,. ... " ... v. era after seven years of permanent Camp. Mr. Stone seems to have w,as a me,noer, the interment taking street Monday evening in honor of the for the purpose of meeting Misses Lucy A., Susie and Lucy Patterson, three uuisses Patterson, ot Cbicaeo, residence, and later reduced the only changed his mind reversed "" " accomplished and attractive young lady MISS BERTHA PETERS DEAD. Misses Lucy and Susie Patterson, two time to five years' residence. Then himself once more. His colleagues 428-43- 0 visitors from Chicago. After the euchre St. charming Chicago England demanded that the Trans- are not lawyers, and undoubtedly One of the saddest deaths we have been delightful visit with girls, are enjoying a the guests were invited to the dining Alderman Patterson room where an elegant luncheon was vaal electoral law be submitted to a have depended upon him, as the served. Among those present were Mr, Horses and Vehicles to hire at all hours, at reasonable rates. . . f joint commission for revision, allow n:t..n rtuuluci lul l i auvice. of Mr. and. Jlrs. Frank Peters, ' who ad ed Nfr. Tnl,n T.vnnii "MV t,?. un,. and Mrs. Flynn, Mr. and Mrs. Edward I I ' vi O'Brien, Alderman and Mrs. William TELEPHONE 1140 ing Uitlanders the franchise and He advised and favored the com- - I atr the faintly residence, Barret avenue, have been seriouslv ill for the nast. two .. .1 . . i it.. Patterson, Misses Lucy era was '0,nou,?l"801' fll,ss: t thp. Tjaof tne weeks .with typhoid fever at the, residence Susie Patterson, Mayme A. Patterson, eligibility to all offices and rights nromise of taxes with Hip DanKS, dol Flynn, Lucy hos of Ml,nA. w(1 . . . . uw luimc, i' mi. uuu iiiuaunuy, .1 Patterson, Messrs. Walter Hensley, WillTo line nAmnnntt n . A uiaiittc. ico. TT! i unu .ncr ueain .ubs causea. aeep gloom in I fersonville. enjoyed by the Boer citizens. uuu .li..1l.!n.. vumjwuj iais iam Martin. Guv Nevin and D.X. Murphy. ty. hue was Ifl" .P8? her this the Boer Government was tardy rlnVf nhifinn fr, fliJo locf mmBm. iwenty - nrst01 year and ner marriagein had The friends The ladies' prize was won. by Miss Susie of Mrs. Thomas Moyna- Patterson, while the gentlemen's prize, a . . , to reply, and England was reported raise is mat ne win win me city's "CC",BU".U,CU Piace "e" han, of West Market street, Jefferson- - hne smoker's set. was captured Dy Alder I preparing for war iu the Transvaal, suit for the street railway taxes, of Alderman Henry Bron?er The fun- - vil,e' win be Srafied to learn that she man William Patterson. has a,m!t entirely ?ral took place yesterday morning OF FASHION. FRILLS which would be inevitable in case He made the satn claim in tf,i St. Kridtret's church, and the eAifu-t- - from recent serious illness. recovered from her r wns the demand was not granted: The other cases until, as far as he had filled with sorrowinc friends and rela. Stocks of orange velvet or satin are L Miss Edith Fitzgerald is expected home t .on, iviH, tliPm it, th nnnrfe "v. Transvaal has replied, courteously 0 " from the Mettawas nest week. She it worn with black, white aud gray gowns. Two handsome Emblems of the Ancient Order of fj ivcwiiD Timirrn Primrose tulle makes the daintiest, one of the most lovely girls seen this but firmly refusing to comply with ost. The legal points involved in "Uncle Josh Simpkins," a rural New summer at that resort and has attracted coolest and most picturesque summer jL Hibernians will be awarded by the Kentucky Irish .England's demand, and it is up to the Street railway case are the same ball gowns. Jjngiana drama on the lines of "The mucu aueauon aunng tne season American to the members receiving the highest num- England to fight. ........ 111 " " "' d II " """.a IUB UCt.3- - nM TT..-..- 1 I., .t.. HUraCUOD.. gloves are far smarter for ... uc 1UC . 1, fit "m iuiusonu, T w dBuuu mh. jDH dressy .occasions than either white or But unless the "Boers are provoked lOnS Of the COUrtS ind Cflted non- - at the Avenue n ber of votes, these coupons only to be used for ballots. ft Kennedy, of Indiana avenue, Jefferson cream color. fnttaat, I5undav mVht. If tell, .i o w :.i. to some hostile act to justify resort w u. tone ville, who was thought to be In a fairway Three shade of yellow of the same to arms war is not likely. Eng-tan- d views. It it was to the best interests The . omaniMtlon rarrJ nil nf j,. II 4 .to recovery, has suffered a relapse and general tone go to make up beautiful ... . . D W 11.1 effects, uer condition is regaraea as serious, scfary aand really does not want war. Not of the city, as urged by Col. Stone, evening frocks. . realistic .ahrl fitiutinna1 wuw . r . . 1 1 If I T i T1 ' that she fears the Boers, "whom she IO COmpromiS me Otner tax rases workine saw-m- il Dressing sacks and wrappers of lawn . fynn ami mice jLforan, J"81" A dImis hp- feature. I Record the Candidate on the First Line, Division on the Second. - and light colored, percale are trimmed iL. 1.I !..., f il. ..,. iO. . . I nt 'KT. could soon overwhelm .and subju on bases of 40 to 70 per Ctnt., it oaA,runU-.bti- d and orchestra, of MIm NlU KMnov and Miw Rose with. ruffle onihe yoke and hem. m . Will England go to war with the Boers in the Transvaal? lfor nearly fifty years they have blocked British aggression and advance in South Africa and prevented the realization of Britain's dream of an African empire with its fabulous mineral wealth and trade. Just now they stand in the way of the projected railway from British Cairo to Cape Town and the expectant results thereof mastery 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 Central 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's anxiety and persistent efforts to acquire it treaties and national equity to the contrary notwithtrans-Africa- n Recently we criticised the levy of double taxes for county purposes, and are surprised to learn that some have construed our criticism as re fleeting on County Assesser Semo nin. This is a false construction We did not mention Mr. Semonin, but only the County Fiscal Court and County Judge Gregory, who presides over that court. The County Assessor is not a member of the County Fiscal Court, nor has he anything to do with fixing the tax rate, levying or collecting of taxes. His duties are solelv to value taxable property for taxation, list and enter it on his books, fur nish the same to the court as a basis for tax levy and the Sheriff collects the taxes. Mr. Semonin, in the discharge of his duties, far from deserving adverse criticism, has, with all due regard to his predeces sors, aiscuargea nis arduous amies faithfully, introducing system and regularity in his office, which, with the courtesy of himself and deputies. . . , ., , , ., ... .u..j "J Louisville Dental Parlors, 544 FOURTH ST., Right Next to Avcmtc Theater. Their prices are the lowest, work the best, and all guaranteed. They will treat you right. ItEMKMKEIt THE PLACE: Louisville Dental Parlors, -7 makes the Transvaal question grave. England's threats and prepara tions are no assurance of war if the Transvaal does not grant her de mands any more than were her ' threats and preparations for war when the French did not immedi ately abandon Fashoda, or China declined to withdraw territorial and railway concessions to Russia, in neither of which was her bluff effective, and yet there was no war. England will likely back down, if FOURTH S1 Gran W. Smith's Sons Funeral Directors And Embalmers.. I - r'S .... well-know- E. COR. EIGHTH STS. Muldoon Monument Gompanu -- flonuments. I PARADISE! SAMPLE ROOM. Liquors a Specialty. Fifteen Ball Pool. J. HICKEY, PROPRIETOR. ... I a00ftaooftaaft0ftaa0ft WALTERS and STREET. LOUISVILLE. ,,li,w Insh-Amenca- ... ' Clay5treet Brewery, HENRY C. LAUER, ft East Jefferson 1 L I.. ...... ti I I I I 1 fi 1 tr?a ... ... Hileotrlo Horso Oliprolno:, 81.KO Por Head. w wi,, I I L,, I jc ?' lo"e it EMBLEM CONTEST if uJ0 Who Is the Most Popular Hibernian? $j ... m . -- --- - K.tl.! V - ... Pale-tinte- it I I.. W, ...."nlcal I P ft 2 1- JSJ3JSPrCXJGJSTSr T, IRISH AMBRICAWT. IRELAND. 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 Host Important of the time of the occurrence. Irlsli-Atiicric- nn Society the Recent Events Culled At a special court in Athy Michac Insuring Members For d George McNeruey, the. From Exchanges. Ilynes, a native of Darrow, Queen's coun sou of Michael McNeruey, the well the Elks' Fair. ty, was charged with the larceny of a known plumber, died last Saturday even sum of money from two men named Cur ing at Sts. Mary and Elizabeth Hospital a young leilow named biUHvan was ran aim nacKeu in Atny on tlie same Owing to the warm weather there was from the effects of a piece of glass that drowned August 22 while bathing off morning in a lodging-hous- e Hackett a falling off in the attendance at the he swallowed while eating preserves the Tralee canal pier. swore that the accused entered his room, n meeting of the Society at weak previous. Several operations were County Down and other Ulster coun removed his trousers from under his head Hibernian Hall Thursday evening, but performed by the most skillful of our physicians, but their efforts to save the ties are joining the movement to establish and rifled the pockets of their contents this did not prevent the transaction of a 629 EIGHTH ST. large amount of business. Nine nppli boy's life were of no avail. Mr. McNer- - a permanent organization of Irish County He said he was only taking a "lance turpururs sieep ai uie time anu was cations for membership were received ncy's wife died only nine months ago Councils. Cue and referred, and Michael McGillicuddy and this second affliction has almost pros Sergeant Cosgrave, of the Minister watching the accused with one eye open Vanilla and Lemon, per gal 7Cc Fruits and Chocolates, per gal and William Moron were Initiated and trated him. The funeral took place from Fusiliers, was swept out to sea and Ilynes was sentenced to a month's im 76c Coffee and Daiiana, per gal St. Patrick's church Sunday morning, drowned at Ballyheigue, County Kerry, prisonment in each case. .ji.uu admitted to full membership. Almond and .Macaroon, per gai Recently a domestic servant named August 23. The Printing Committee reported that and the remains were accompanied $1.00 to 1.25 Bisque and Tnttifrutti At a recent meeting of the Roscommon Morkan, in the employment of Patrick Bricks and Euchre $1.00 they would have the newly printed con their last resting place by many of his CGc stitutiou and Sherbets and Ices County Council it was decided to employ Flanuery, of Sheeane, about to miles ready for distribu young associates and friends. 60c tton at the next meeting. Sweet Cream laborers directly on the roads of the Ros from Nenagh, was attacked by n jackass, COUNTY COUNCILS, her master's property, and bitten and Under the new law the death benefit common rural district. Cream delivered to New Albany and provided for will prove one of the most Favored with glorious weather the trampled on in a shocking manner. The Jeffersonville; also shipped to all ship' beneficial features of this organization annual sports and bicycle nuimal, it appears, had got among the Reports Skibbereen off August 23, and were 111 cattle, and on the unfortunate girl en ping points. The decision to turn all sums exceeding Fairly Respectable races came deavonng to get him out of the field he Published In All Lonf 1,000 derived from death assessments every sense a decided success. attacked her in a most ferocious manner. into the reserve fund was a wise one, and don Papers. sacred concert of the Life The last knocking her down and mangling her it is calculated to soon enable the assess Guards' Band in Ireland occurred right hand and ear with his teeth. The is the purest and best. ment to be passed. This is the best pi a Howth 011 Sunday, August 2". The band girl made a plucky A specialty. It struggle with the in The meeting of the United County won golden opinions in Dublin. yet evolved to pay a death benefit furiated brute and was ultimately rescued. $1,000 to the relatives or heirs of deceased Councils in Dublin has attracted more at Telephones 2144 and 2588. members. The remains of Arthur Kinsclla, the During the past week the Most Rev. tendon in the Loudon papers than any youngest sou of Pat Kinsella, of Dublin Dr. Lenehan, Rishop of Auckland, New The Elks' Pall Carnival and Exposition thing which has happened in Ireland for BSTSpecial rates to hotels, dealers and were interred 111 Glasnevin cemetery Zealand, has been staying was discussed at length and met with the some time, says a London writer. Fairly in Wexford on large orders. August 25. He was a bright young man a visit to his kinsman, warm approval of the tnembeis. A reso respectable reports that is to say, rc the Rev. Patrick with a pronustng future. O'Connor, Wexford. He addressed the S9SSSSSSS99S9S9S9S9S9S95SS9 lutiou was adopted to hold an open meet' spectable as compared with the usual Deep regret was occasioned in New men of the Wexford confraternity on on Thursday evening, September 21 reports given to Irish affairs appear in ing bridge by the announcement of the death Tuesday, August 15, and ably sustained $ not affiliated all the evening papers. With a view 8 to which all with any similar organization are invited uelittling tlie scheme, one paper gives of Thomas Fulltnan. His funeral took the high name he bears for eloquence, Sj when the Society will determine what prominence to the Freeman's absurd de place August 21, and after high mass the The peopfe of Wexford are well pleased $ 232 FOURTH AYE. part it will take in the celebration. It is mand that the United Councils should remains were taken to Barrettstown with their distinguished visitor, and con firm the verdict of New Zealand that "he expected that the members will also con ignore Sir Thomas Esmonde's suggestion County Kildare, for interment. A young man named Patrick Reidy, is a people's Bishop and a Rishop of the Hut on the fer with the Ancient Order of Hibernians about excluding politics. people." He leaves Wexford for Mount in the proper observance whole the English papers have fought from Rathpalattne, was working in and shy of comment. The Echo is an excep meadow near Broadford, about eight Melleray, and will also visit Waterford day. of miles from Newcastle, when by some ac and Thurles. Dr. William B. Doherty, Thomas J tion, however, and it says: Complete Line "Unfortunately the Unionist Councils cident he got caught in the machine Tierney, Matt Winn, Hon. Edward At the meeting of the Roscommon McDermott, John J. Fitzgerald, Hon have all decided to stay away. One could rake he was following, the teeth of County Council, held in Roscommon, the Matt O'Doherty, William Lynch, Col not of course expect them to do anything which entered his chest and tore the Secretary read a letter from the Man Mike Mufdoon, Alderman Willian Pat else if they believed tlmt the General body in a terrible manner. Death super chester Memorial Committee asking the terson, Alderman O'Hearn and others Council is to be run like the County vetted 111 a short time. County Council, as representatives of A meeting of the Demonstration Com many of whom are prominent Elks, will Councils ou political hues, but this inten Roscommon, to forward the stone now in V9SS29S359S9S3SSS3S9SSS9SS be invited to be present at this meeting, tion was clearly repudiated at the outset, mittee m connection with the Parnell the hands of Mr. Hawthorne, sculptor, and it would surely have been time memorial was held at the Mansion House Castlerea, which would form part of the There may be some who misapprehend the aims and workings enough for the Unionists to retire if they Dublin, August 16, to make arrange basement of the memorial to be erected S9SSS9SSS9S9S9S9SSS9SSSS of this Society. This meeting will afford found that faith was not being kept with ments for the laying of the foundation in Manchester in honor of Allen, Larkin jjj Our $10 Quick Mea It is noticeable, however, that stone of the Parnell statute, which will and O'Brien. A resolution was adopted them an excellent opportunity to fully them. understand its purposes, after which they none of the Connaught Councils have re occur on Sunday, October 8. The various unanimously to forward the stone at the are very apt to become members. How solved to send delegates to Dublin." trade, labor and national organizations expense of the county, even though the Speaks for Itself, jjj It is worth noting that the statement of werefully represented. ever, all are urged to assemble at Hiber Councillors might afterward be sur 9) A splendid Gas Range with four 9) nian Hall on the evening of September 21 the Echo is mistaken, as Unionist Coun On Saturday morning Jeremiah Fan charged. cils were represented at the meeting. burners, 17xl(Mnch oven, broiler ning, aged seven years, died in the Meath On Tuesday, approaching midnight, an (4 and all the many qualities that have (4 TEMPLE THEATER. hospital from injuries received by being unoccupied dwelling house near Inny BUCKINGHAM ATTRACTION. 9) made the Quick Meal so popular. 9) run over by a car driven by John Helton, Junction was set on fire aud totally con Jk Every Quick Meal sold is the cause T. (4 of other sales, as it gives such per- - (k The Al Reeves Famous Big Double ot bouth fcarl street, Dublin, tlie pre- sumed. A woman named Curley lived in Take no chances; 9) New Meffert Stock Company Company, of nearly fifty people, will be vious evening. Deceased was the son of it for some time. A decree for possession 9J feet satisfaction. J! purchase our Quick Meal, which is if Preparing for the Comgin a week's engagement at the Bucking' Police Sergeant Fanning, who resides in was obtained against her at the last petty (4 time tried, proven right and none (4 ing Season. ham commencing Sunday matinee. Mr, Grenville place, was run over accident- sessions for the district at the suit of one 9) Scan be better. The gas company- if, Reeves has always been identified as the ally by Helton's car at the South Circular Mrs. Newman, and she was evicted a week v assists our sales by makroad. (4 mg free connections, giving tickets ago. I lie laud and dwelling house has The members of the new Meffert Stock for three lessons at the Alumnae The Galway Feis will be held on Sep since become the property of H. Gregg. Company arrived in this city Monday, Club Cooking School and distribember 14, and entries were to be lodged District Inspector Henderson, Castle uting a valuable cook book. and since have been rehearsing daily for with the Secretaries not later than the pollard, and the Strat Constabulary have the opening of the Temple Theater sea th. The committees are leaving nothing been very active investigating the out sou, which takes place Monday night undone to make this year's feis the rage, anil as a result arrested Francis S) September 18... While no fault could be 9) 214 MAHKBT, greatest success of any yetheld under the Curley, who is remanded for a week. found with the companies appearing at auspices of the Gaelic League. Entries On Monday evening, about 6 o'clock, e 111 the past, Col this popular for the school choir competitions have James Roche, of Firagh, near Castle Meffert will this year present a much been numerous. Recitation, step-dan- c island, having had an altercation with stronger company than has ever appeared ing, etc. Thomas Milward, of Cordal, struck him, at any popular-pricc- d theater. At the last meeting of the IJallii.asloe it is alleged, with n pike handle, with all The opening play will be the "Charity Guardians a letter, signed by all the his might, over the left side of the head Rail," the character lole being assumed medical officers attached to the union, Dr. Daly, of Castleisland, was immediate by Miss Ada Levick, who comes with the was read by the clerk, objecting to the ly called in to see the injured man and highest recommendations. The press pro fees fixed by the guardians for cousulta found a large wound of the scalp, at the nounccs her a charming woman, and in tions. The doctors stated that they could bottom of which was a depressed fracture 342 W. Market St. her hands the character roles will doubt' not see their way to accept less than two of the skull. Dr. Drosnan, of Killarney, less be well sustained. guineas, which was the usual fee. A was called in, and having driven to the Mr. McWnde, who succeeds Tom Rey Positively the Finest Work, special meeting was convened to consider scene of the occurance over night, as famnolds, conies from an old theatrical sisted Dr. Daly in removing the broken the letter. ily, and although a young man he has Reduction in prices for iiiewcwry District Gaelic League is fragments of bone which were pressing already played many parts and played making much progress. Arrangements ou the brain. thirty days to introduce them well. Seldom has the transfer of a clergyman have been completed for organizing the The public is anxious for the opening foremost manager of his particular my Pictures. line district from Wlntecross, County Armagh, evoked such feelings of regret as those of the Temple, and the indications are of amusement, and this season is no ex that the advance sale of seats will be the ception to his golden rule, for he points to Greenore and as far south as Dundalk, evinced by the removal of the Rev. Johnand establish branches in these Irish O'Donoghue from Carriganima to Cloghlargest in the history of the house. Col, with pardonable pride to the personnel of speaking districts. Father Quiun, of roe. Father O Donoghue, who is a native Meffert deserves the hearty support of his mammoth organization, headed as it Camlough, has been made President of of the parish from which he has just been JOHN P. KELLY & the theater-goin- g public. is by Iuez Mccusker, the highest-salariethe League. A meeting was held at removed, won the hearts of the people to prima dbnna ever connected with an Omeath on Sunday, August 27, where such an extent during his stay among DEALERS IN DEATHS. RECENT organization of the same nature. He is another branch was also established them that it would be difficult to describe The funeral of Mrs. II. W. Stone, who the first manager to delve into the realm An inquest was held at Oxford ou the the sorrow which the people natually feel died at Sts. Mary and Elizabeth Hospital, of really high musical art and place the body of Dr. David H. Charles, Justice of at his departure from their midst. Zeal took place from St. Paul's church Sunday same for the approval of the patrons of the Peace for County Tyrone. Deceased and devotion to his flock were his main morning. The deceased before marriage what is commonly called burlesque, but was eighty-on- e years of age, had recently characteristics. Father O'Donoghue car was Miss Mary Monahau, and the an be it understood that this show is not a gone from Ireland to live with his son, ries with him to the scene of his future nouncementof her death occasioned great burlesque show as the term is familiarly the Rev. R. H. Charles, Oxford. On labors the best wishes of every one in the g sorrow. The bereaved husband has our implied. ..Mr. Reeves has an organiza Monday morning he was found lying parish for his and happiness. . Seventeenth and Bank Streets, I uon wnicn sianus pre eminently away heartfelt sympathy. dead in bed and shockingly burned Mr. James L. Carey, M. P., has issued from all others and cleanliness is its There was a lamp on the bed, which was the first number of the Irish County Special attention given to The funeral of Miss Nellie Agnes trade-marWere the conditions other smoldering. The medical Gazette, a sixteen-pagweekly, family orders, and goods de Roach, who died last Monday, occurred wise no amount of money could have in to the effect that death took evidence was Councilwill be conducted on e place before which Wednesday morning from St. Cecilia's duced Miss Mecusker to accept an en livered to all parts of the the bums, and the cause of death was the and lines. The new era church. The deceased was the daughter gagement which would in the slightest of a blood vessel., which has been inaugurated in Ireland by city. of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Roach, and was degreq impair her reputation. The secret rupture The Rev. John O Halloran has just the passing into law of the local govern very popular both here and in Lexington of his thoroughly meritorious perform was up to the present unrepre Her death is sincerely regretted by a wide ances is that his company is composed of been presented with two beautiful statues ment act for the Youghalarra church, Nenagh sented by any individual newspaper, and RIVERVIEW PARK circle of friends and relatives. artists wno are not alone individually organ will be devoted to concen competent as specialty performers, but One represents the Sacred Heart and the this The funeral of Mrs. Catherine O'Hryan who are selected with n view to other the Immaculate Conception. Roth trating, as it were, for the benefit of the the gen occurred Sunday morning from St. Pat eral ensemble, and Ce peculiar tone of are splendid works of art, and the statue country at large, the proceedings and de Is Now Open to rick's church, the services being attended his entertainment is such that he stands of the Immaculate Conception will be velopment of the new councils, thus fill A few select dates for picnics, etc., ing a much needed want and by a large number of sorrowing frie'nds alone in his chosen line, as did the im placed ou a beautiful altar, which is in helping the newly created bodiesgreatly open. Call at office, 413 V. Jefferson. in the and relatives. The deceased was the mortal Barnum. course of completion, at null's, Dublin. widow of the late Patrick O'Hryan, and Both altar and statue are the gift of John discharge of their complex and arduous CONCERT EVERY SUNDAY , ARCHBISHOP AND ELEPHAT. was well known for her many Christian McDonnell, Esq-.- , Pallas. The Sacred work. virtues and deeds of charitv. She is sur The meeting of the Limerick County Heart statue, which is also a fine one, is By' PROF. MORBACH'S BAND. vived by two daughters, Misses Katie and The rare sight of an Archbishop play the gift of a lady resident of the parish. Council ou Saturday last has certainly Ella O'Hryan, who have the sympathy of ing a musical instrument before an au The manufacture of umbrella handles won for its members the good will of the many friends and acquaintances in their dience was witnessed recently at St. from Irish furze wood, started some years evicted tenants. For eight vacancies in Mary's Hall, Nelson, New Zealand. The ago at Avondale, is expected to develop the rate collectorship there were over sad bereavement. Archbishop was the Most Rev. Dr. Red into a profitable industry. The superiority sixty candidates, but by general agree The Best Five- George D. Curran, aged twenty years, wood, and the instrument was a violin, Cent Claor on of Irish furze, for this purpose having been ment all the moremarked as it was nauuiSo- con smoke.,. died last Saturday morning at the home In consenting to play the Archbishop ascertained and fully established, a profit- arrived at only in that Council chamber of his father, James Curran, 1510 Ander said ,he complied with the request be W. 33. Manufacturer, all the candidates withdrew in favor of able market .for these goods has been son street, after a brief illness. For a cause he looked upon the audience as an opened up both in London and New York, seven evicted tenants and one representanumber of years he was employed nt the assemblage of friends, and also because Preston and Rawllngs Sts. with the result that at present the, people tive of the Land and Labor Association. postoffice here, and was highly esteemed some of them were sitting on the spot around Avondale are sending to London Political cant, they say, is a cheap com by all with whom he came in contact- whete he learned to play the violin in upward of one hundred pounds worth of modity, and evidence has not been want The future held bright prospects for him, 1851. His grace said that he would not furze handles per week, which provides ing in Limerick or outside it of the fact and his death upon the threshold of man- play them anything elaborate, but would remunerative employment for a large thatpersonal influences, rather than po. FIRST CLASS hood is a sad blow to his parents, who play them an old melody, "Home, liticalones, bossed public appointments number of families. sympathy who recent years. The Limerick County GROCERY AND SALOON, have the heartfelt His funeral of allplace Sweet Home." He did so, and received On Tuesday afternoon two boys named knew their boy. took most enthusiastic encore, when he CounciLmade their position clear on that Sunday afternoon from the Church of the played an exquisitely sweet Italian mel Thomas Baird, aged ten, and James Orr, N. W. Cor. Nineteenth and Duncan. They unanimously made the seged twelve, were drowned m the River score. Sacred Heart. ody, which was received with rounds of Foyle, about a mile1 from Flue Lunch and Music Saturday Night. Derry. It ap- lection: of rate collectors a national At the conclusion of the con pears the boys, accompanied by two pplause. The funeral of Miss "Mary Kelly, of cert Archbishop. Redwood addressed the young girls, one of them a sister of The Jeffersonville division met Thurs Albany, which took, place from one LEGHORNS. New Trinity church in that city last audience. He said that when an ele- of the lads, were sent to school that morn- day evening and transacted its business Holy t phant was made to dance a polka the ing, but schemed and, went for.a ramble in a hurry. The weather was too warm to Average 200 eggs a year. Bggfor Sunday, was very largely attended. The people applauded greatly, not because permit of a large attendance. batching 5 cents each. Two Cockerels announcement of her death was received the elephant danced well, but because into the country for the day. In t(ie with profound sorrow by a host' of friends the people wondered at an "elephant be- afternoon the boys went to bathe in the for sa'e cheep. James Breen, of Division 1 of Jefferson and admirers, with whom she was very ing able to dance, and he thought the river, and the girls, who were some dis- ville, is on the sick list. He injured his parents have loet a de- same applied to his violin playingj popular. "Her tance off, alarmed, ttt nH seeing them, back while at work. CHAS, D. JACQUES, voted and dutiful dauahter. her church' , : rau to the spot. Their clothing was lying , T , . au active and untiring worker, aud Sand ifaj paper to your frindj an toe bank, but no trace pf the fad. Pom th'u paper to youc neighbor. 3422 St. Xavier. J, WATHEN BOOMING. friends and associates an agreeable and To highly entertaining young lady. know her was to" love her. Mav she rest in peace." Such was the expression Record of Now heard on all sides. fifteen-year-ol- sniKn. . . . Irish-America- - by-la- THE KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN Has celebrated its anniversary, entering upon its Third Volume. The promises made to its readers aud friends in the first issue have been faithfully observed, aud its circulation has enjoyed a steady growth. This should be increased in the future until it is read in the home of every in Kentucky aud adjoining States. The Kentucky Irish American for the coining year will make features of Irish-American Walsh the Tailor, Examine Irish-America- Irish-Americ- Summer Suitings. Irish News, Church News, Society News. Home News, Labor News, Sporting News. Weekly Journal which is printed aud mailed ou Fridays, so that its city readers may take advantage of the announcements it contains aud 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 First-Clas- s it is a 1 GEHER & SON, t Ncor-Sccon- d. play-hous- 0 'Neill's New Studio, CENTRAL LABOR UNION And the Representatives Unions of Louisville. of the Trades & The SuDsoription Price IS ONLY d Groceries, Vegetables, Produce. Fresh Meats, $1 PER YEAR, .. ... well-bein- non-partis- Invariably in advance, aud for this small sum we promise to continue to issue one of the brighest, cleanest, newsiest Irish American newspapers in the United States. We will endeavor to furnish our readers a fearless, liberal and honest publication one that may be relied upon for its every word. SUBSCRIBE NOW. the Public 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. ' " JT9 O H A Irish-Americ- an CIGAR WnOI3Iir,J5? M. D. Lawler, Address all Correspondence L , n 111 in M WEST and Business cations to the Communi-- - GIN MET. hr 1 1 TP- JSaB3SWl!OIY IRISH AMERICAN. INDORSED BY THE CENTRAL 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 grateful, and will endeavor to merit this additional recognition. Our friends will be pleased to learn that the proposition favoring the indorsement was unanimously adopted by the delegates of both bodies. ' The preamble and resolutions adopted by the Central Labor Union are as follows: Whereas, Many misstatements have recently appeared in the press of this city relative to the Central Labor Union and organizations represented therein; and Whereas, The Kentucky Irish American has always been a consistent and unbiased champion of the trades union movement; therefore be it Resolved, That the Central Labor Union indorse said Kentucky Irish American as the official newspaper of this body. Resolved, That the proceedings of this organization and all affiliated unions be communicated to the public through the columns of the aforesaid paper. i-s- PRINTING w The Kentucky Irish American is prepared to do the best of Job Printing, such as 2 f f f f f AS LETTER HEADS NOTE HEADS BILL HEADS CARDS' E1STVELOPES- - CV i-- x. x.. TICKETS DODGERS HIBERNIANS. All work executed promptly in .first-clas- s r if HON. JOHN YOUNG BROWN, OUR NEXT GOVERNOR. ik I CENTRAL LABOR UNION OFFICERS. President Jnmes McGill. Vice Presidetit J. W. Stevens. Correspondme Secretary Zeno M, Young, 549 Second street. Recording Secretary T. J..Hcnnessy. Financial Secretary Charles Peetz. Treasurer William A. Pool. Sergeant at Arms Nelson Green. Chairman Board of pirectors Walter M. Young. BUILDING TRADES, style. Opens Its Headquarters CarWhat They Have Been Doing penters' Unions Crothe Past Week General wingThe Tinners. News Notes. The Building Trades Council have opened headquarters at 516 Fifth street, and have issued the following card to all who are about to make any investments, improvements or repairs in the building line: A few things to be remembered when you want a carpenter: Call at Building Trades Council headquarters, 516 Fifth street, or telephone . Give Cs Your Order Help Us Grow. and He Would Rather Be Right Than to Hold Any Office. if FRANK FEHR BREWING INCORPORATED. 60. LABOR WORLD. Notes and Gossip of the Week From All Parts of the 2092. Country. The Barbers' Union is steadily increasing in membership. The Irish American Society was well represented at 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 and prison-mad- e avoid smoking sweat-sho- p cigars. There was a great demand for copies of the Kentucky Irish American. Each lady received one. 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 THOMAS KEENAN. DANIEL DOUGHERTY. charity and brotherly love and less of their captious critic and narrow-minde- d technicality fiend. John McAulifTe, Tom O'Mara, 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 1229 West Market Street, Bet. Twelfth and Thirteenth 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. All Calls Promptly Attended to, Day or Nljyht. Carriages Furnished i'or All Occasions. 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 entertained handsomely at Fern Grove Monday. During the afternoon an excellent luncheon was partaken of by a host of their friends. Col. John Kelly, the down-towgroINCORPORATED. cer, was given a hearty reception by all at Fern Grove Monday afternoon. There MAIN-STREE- T are few men more popular with the trades unionists of Louisville. John Kenney, John Whaleu, Clem List and John Keenehan were always the center of a throng at Fern Grove. John Kenney has n host of friends among the workingmen, who never fail to call to see him when on Second street. William Dawson, seventy years old, accompanied by R. P. Caldwell, Phil KY. Single, Lorenz Steinmetzand Perry Dawson, headed the delegation from the Coopers' Union Monday, the old leader' KENTUCKY setting a lively pace for his followers. IRISH AA1ERICAN, They had a good time. 326 W. Green SI. Paul Donovan and Charles Dietz looked after the interests of the carpenters and provided them with lots of amusement. They were ably assisted by William Monroe, Henry Cooper, William Wathen, Henry Ossendorf, William Tol-be- rt and William Kreit. The Brewers' Union Glee Club renSt. Catherine. dered several vocal selections on both trips of the Columbia. The members of the club are John Fuchs, George Gravis, Fred Wahle, Louis Middlehoff, Gottleib Geiser, Mike Reutschler, Theodore Herb, Frank Fehr's Beer always on tap. Special attention paid to August Tininiel and August Senf. orders for family use. Messrs. James Caldwell and Hugh Ellis, Louisville delegates to the Detroit convention of the International Typographical Union, made their reports last Sunday. They performed their duties satisfaction of their constituents and were in attendance at all the sessions. The printers were well represented at the Labor Day exercises at Fern Grove. All Kinds of Prominent among those present were William R. Morrison, Martin Dugau, Edwin Guilford, Hugh Ellis, George E. Smith and Van Ratteree. They saw to it that tfiere was plenty of fun in trfeir 22i company. The meeting of Typographical Union No. 10 last Sunday was very largely attended, notwithstanding the extreme heat. Paul J. Maas, labor reporter on BUTGHERTOWNthe Chicago Times-Heralwho was a visitor, was introduced to the members by President Walter Biuford in a happy manner. The response of the visitor was well received. -- BREWERS AND BOTTLERS, LOUISVILLE, IY. See that your architect specifies union labor. See that your contractor hires union carpenters before you give him your work. See that he does not work his men more than nine hours per day. See that he pays the scale of wages. If you don't know how to find a union architect or contractor, consult a representative of the Carpenters' Union. Remember that all of the best carpenters are members of the union. Don't let your contract to a ten-homan 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 laboring class to better our condition in life. Carpenters' Union No. 103 meets every Monday night and Union 214 meets every Saturday night at Beck's Hall, Jefferson street, between First and Second. Douanertu 1(66111 UNDERTAKERS, 1S2-3EO-2- 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. The' certainly need it, and without it they can not hope to better their condition. All union carpenters in the city are employed, and still there is demand for more. This is the best evidence that unionism counts, and should induce all n men to join the ranks, share the advantages of shorter hours and better pay, and do their part to maintain and elevate their craft. non-unio- TJ5I15PHONU 1 i 1 u. n n We regret to learn that a architect of the city has violated bis agreement with the carpenters unions by ordering his foreman to require his men to work ten hours per day. The men promptly quit, and now the architect's work is at a standstill, he being unable to secure competent workmen. well-know- BREWERY BARN DANCE AND CAKE WALK. LAGER BEER PORTER. IT'S PURE. LOUISVILLE, One of the enjoyable events of the coming season will be the barn dance an'd cake walk to be given by the Ladies' Aid Society Mouday afternoon and night, September 18, at 1225 West Market street. A paper carnival will be held for the little folks from 2 to 7 o'clock, at which two prizes will be awarded, one for the prettiest and one for the most comical suit. Dancing will begin at 8 o'clock 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. DEPUTY TOM SHELLEY. JOB PRINTING v WINES,LIQU0RS AND CIGARS. Hot II Seventh and NTS Ml lit, Imneh Day and flight. The many friends of Tom Shelley were pleased over his appointment this week to a deputyship n the Tax Receiver's office. He assumed the place of Henry C. Semple, who resigned .Monday. Mr. Shelley has held the office of Tax Receiver himself, and his thorough knowledge 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. CHOIR .EUCHRE. SMITH & DUGAN, West Market St. Printing Story Avenue, r JOHN P. OBRTEL, BREWERY, Telephone 891. LOUISVILLE CREAM COMMON BEER KY. The members of St. Mary's church choir have issued invitations to a euchre to be given under their auspices at Foun tain Ferry on Wednesday evening, Sep tember 20. Cards will be played from 8:30 to 10:30, when dancing wilt take place. The occasion promises to be an enjoyable one, as the members of this PHANTOM FORTUNE. choir have many friends. The admission to the euchre and dance will be only At a meeting of the Loughrea Town twenty-fiv- e cents. Commissioners John McLoughlin referred to a loan fund that had flourished EXCURSIQNTO INDIANAPOLIS. in Loughrea a long time ago, and from The "Big Four Route1' announces a inquiries he had made he understood that special excursion to Indianapolis and re- a considerable sum of money remained turn Sunday, September 10, at the ex- over from the loan fund, if they could treme low rate of '$1.50 for the round trip. only find out where it was. The other Positively the last excursion. of the members of the board also expressed son. Special train leaves Seventh Street themselves conversant of the fact that a , Union Depot atS o'clock a. m. Return-- loan fund did exist in Loughrea at one lug train leaves union uepoiatinaianap-oli- s time, and that surplus remained at 7 o'clock p. m. Tickets on sale at The harder it is, to acquire a thing the' city ticket office, SI 8 Fourth avenue, and. over when the loan fund was discontin-- : longer you will retain- Uaiofl Depot, corner Seventh and' River. d. The clerk was instructed to make to-th- e d, Five hundred persons attended the recent outing at Rockland, Mass. Division 1 meets Tuesday night. Several candidates are due for initiation. At Roxbury, Mass., Division 67 was instituted 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 Secretary John Cavanaugh at the next regular meeting. The next meeting of the County Board will be an important one. It will take place September 19. President Heuuessy expects a large at tendance at the meeting of Division 4 Wednesday evening. The Young Men's Division has decided to hold its first entertainment of the season on Thanksgiving night. Company A, Hibernian Knights, ofProvidence, 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. n Many athletes competed'in the games. There is great rejoicing over the progress being made by Division 1 of Duluth, Minn. New members are being constantly 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 Hibernian Hall tomorrow afternoon. There should be a full attendance of members, as there will be a number of visitors present. The Literary Committee of the Young Men's Division will meet tomorrow afternoon. They will discuss new features to be presented at their coming entertainment. Quite a large hot weather meeting was held by the Young Men's Division laet Will McCarthy made some Tuesday. 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 Hibernian in the city is urged to be present. Fully 300 members and friends were present at the last meeting of Division 10 of Boston. "The occasion for the large gathering was the initiution of thirty canRev. Charles F. Donoghue, didates. chaplain of Suffolk county, delivered an address. The 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 financially. At a meeting of the Ancient Order of Hibernians' Board of Erin in San Francisco, 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. well-know- KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 WEST GREEN ST. ITALIAN -- SWISS COLONY WINE 7 West Jefferson Street. 219-22- CO., WHALLEN BROTHERS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN - Proprs., ICY. LIQUORS OF KLL KINDS, IvOUISVlLLK, Telephone ClOO. BIG FOUR TO ROUTE A. O. DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tuesday Evenings of Each Month. President Thomas Kecnan. Vice President Tim J. Sullivan. Recording Secretary Thomas J. Dolau Financial Secretary Peter Cusick, 132 Twentieth street. Treasurer John Mulloy. DIVISION 2 Meets on the Second and Fourth Thursday Evenings of Each Month. President William T. Meehan. Vice President Thomas Cam field. Recording Secretary J. Charles Obst. Financial Secretary John T. Keaney, 1335 Rogers street. Treasurer Owen Keiren. Indianapolis Peoria CHICAGO and"ai.i points in INDIANA and .. . MICHIGAN. .. BEST TERMINALS UNION DEPOT Comer Seventh St. and River. CITY TICKET OFFICE No. 218 Fourth Ave. DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Wednesday General Agent, Louisville, Ky. Evenings af Each Mouth. E. G. McCORMICK, Pass. Traf. Mgr., President Patrick T. Sullivan. WARREN J. LYNCH, A. G. P. A., Vice President Phil Cavanaugh. CINCINNATI. O. Recording Secretary JohnCavannugh . Financial Secretary N. J. Sheridan, 2018 Lytle street. Treasurer George J. Butler. S. J. GATI5S, 0. J. CALLAHAN, J1AKER OF FINE DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fouth Wednesday Evenings of Each Month. President John H. Hennessy. Vice President Thomas Lynch. Recording Secretary Thomas J. Kelly. Financial Secretary George Flahiff, 420 East Gray street. Treasurer Harry Brady. Boots and Shoes 1708 Seventh Street, Work Guaranteed and Repairing Neatly Done, E. L. BURKMAN. S. A. ANDERSON. II 1V1A1N DIVISION 0 Meets on the First and Third Tuesday Evenings of Each Month President Frank G. Cunningham. 1435 West Market St. Vice President D. J. Tiemey. Interior Decorating, Hardwood FinishRecording Secretary L. J. Mackey. ing, Graining and Glazing. Financial Secretary J. J. Curran, 016 Thirteenth street. Treasurer M. J. McCarthy. ft (' PAINTERS, BUCKINGHAM Finest Vaudtvlllt Theatre In America. JOE BREEfS EXCHANGE Seventeenth and Rowan. Finest Quality of Wines and Liquors Hill Lnnoh Every Saturday Night. LAWLER- -- WEEK SUNDAY MATINEB, SEPT. Matinees 8onday, Monday, Wednesday, Saturday. 10. AL REEVES' Big Double Company. MLAWLER'S Including AL EEEVES and INEZ ME0DBEEB. Minstrelsy, Comedy, Vaudeville and Ope ratio Burlesque. COONEY. II A SUPERIOR 53 Manufactured at CIGAR. WANT ADVERTISEMENTS. WANTED Either a parochial or district school, by Catholic man, capable also of teaching ihoroughly Latin, French and Spanish. Address L., care Kentucky Irish American. Eighteenth and Duncan Streots. HDTEb M. RICHELIEU CAFE AND RESTAURANT, WANTED Parochial school by a lady of many years' experience; a good musician, and willing to add music and 221 THIRD AVE. drawing to the curriculum and assist in choir work. Address A., care Kentucky Private Dining Rooms. Open Day and Irish American. Night. Best of Wines and Cigars. i re rj h; 1 1 o rvr v, oaa. 7 feet FOR SALE Regina music-bohigh, 12 dials, cost 300; ofTered at a bargain. FRED W. CLAUSEN, 525 E. HERE YOU ARE FOR Madison. J. SWEENY, Prop. x, r inquiries, and although the matter has not yet come officially before the Commissioners, it is stated on good authority that the fortune has been "located" in PRESTON AND MARKET. fact that between five and' seven hundred pounds is lying in the Castle loan fund, ODORLESS VAULT GLEANING, Dublin, waiting for a legal claimant. run nn o ? (Mil! 1007-183- 0. i cninniii The death of Martin Cunnelly, aged years, occurred at his residence in Willlamatown, County Galway, August 20. The deceased was. a highly respected merchant. seventy-on- e HIV JOTelephones DRY WELL DiaaiNCI. Order by mall will , receive prompt attention. Bring your job work 'to this office, ir