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LOUISVILLE: SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER means of bringing the membership up into the thousands: "Should a brother die, it shall be the duty of the Financial Secretary to report at once to the President the standing of the brother, and if he is in good standing and a member six months the President shall Instruct he Financial Secretary to send out notices to the members of a one-doll- LACE CURTAIN LAUNDRY. lead and never follow. Our work la laundering lace curtains at 20c a pair gives en tire satisfaction. Work called for and delivered. First-clas- s serlce. MAD. DABEY, 625 Telephone 2631. We Sec-ond- VOLUME III. NO. 11. 16, 1S99. PRICE FIVE CENTS. HALLS. ately served, so that, perhaps, there is more fancy than truth in Moore's lines: " No more to chiefs and ladies bright The harp of Tara swells." The last " Feis" of Tara was held in 554, according to the "Four Masters." But why it was the last they do not say. Tradition has it that the quarrel between King Diarmuid and St. Ruadhan is responsible for the cessation of the national assemblies. The Bishop and his clerks circled the hill of Tara, ringing their bells against it. Diarmuid returned curse for curse, and stood his ground, but under his successor, as is probable, the palace was deserted forever. The abolition of the Feis was a blow from which the monarchy of Ireland never recovereda blow which, by putting an end to the periodical conventions of the Irish race, weakened the prestige of the High King, increased the power of the provincial chiefs, segregated the clans from one another, and proved n new source of faction and dissension throughout the land. One of the most beautiful traditions connected with Tara is that which describes St. Patrick preaching in the palace on Easter Sunday of 433 before the King and his nobles and disconcerting the Magi or fire worshippers. Correspondence Providence Visitor. HIGH AIMS. FRANKFORT. Four Days of Fast, Furious Pun and .Jollification at the State Capital. The Hibernians Will Give Their First Social Next Thursday Night. i Sonic of tho Princliml Laws of Society the City. of Tills Trish-Atucric- an assessment to be paid to throughout the State( and her very pleas within the specified time, unless ex Banquet Hall. ing and winning ways will undoubtedly cused by the society for good cause make many votes for her in her race. shown, he shall be fined, suspended or The Kentucky Irish American heartily expelled, as in the judgment of the so commends her to the next House as an ciety he deserves. It is hereby agreed Every Baud iu This Section. Has Shall Not Question the Relig- and understood that when the assessment Col. L. A. O'Connor to Bo Ten earnest and capable woman, D. J. M. Quarrel Responsible for Cessa at i Been Engaged for the. Big tion of tho National Asious or Political Beliefs dercd a Farewell Supper amounts to the sum of $1,000 the amount DENNIS J. CROWLEY. Day Parade. semblies. over and above shall go to decrease the Sunday Evening. of Members. assessment." The name that heads this article is that Society is now in a The n n of one of the flourishing condition, and those who are NEARLY ALL THE SPACE NOW TAKEN RADITION CONCERNING ST. PATRICK GOSSIP. citizens in the West End, where he has SOCIETY PERSONAL AND FOSTERS A SPIRIT OF TOLERATION desirous of joining may obtain applicaresided since boyhood. For a number of tions from Presidens Thomas Keenan, years past lie lias Deeu in business at Col, John Whallen, Vice President W. Eighteenth and Portland avenue, and is M. Murphy, Secretary William Lawler, Everything is booming at the office of The recent excavations carried on at Special letter to the Kentucky Irish also the proprietor of Crowley's Hall, the Society of this city, or anv of the members. The American.! the Carnival Committee, and one of the Tara, fruitless though they were, for organized some three years ago with Col. Frankfort, Sept. 15. On October 3, reasons which shall be touched on later, grandest shows ever given in the city of Mike Muldoon as its President, has made TRAPPISTS' BENEFACTOR. 5 and G Frankfort is going to give a have awakened popular interest in the Louisville will be inaugurated on October rapid strides and now enjoys a larger traditions which attach to that storied monster free street fair and carnival of No other organization in charge of a spot. Most of us have no further knowmembership roll than any similar organ- A Nobleman Who Aided and fire and fun. "We call it a street," said carnival of this sort has ever been so ledge of what Tarn was than can be CAUSED DEEP SORROW. complete. The Advisory Board, consist- ization in Kentucky. Among its memCol. D. P. Davis, of the press and adverLived With the Monks Burgleaned from Moore's exquisite lament ng of Frank Felir, Chairman; R. S. tising committee, "but there is nothing in bers will be found many of Louisville's led at Gethsemani. over its departed glories. For the benefit Brown, First Vice Chairman; E. II. name. It's going to be nothing less leading business and professional men. of the readers of the Visitor we have Unexpected Death atShelby- - Bacon, Second Vice Chairman; Allen than four days of fast, furious fun and Recently the society revised its constitutried to gather into a connected story the Kinney, Al. Bourlier and A. Apperly, ville Caused by Heart makhas been written of Gethsemani, jollification. We are going in for a good Much with the intent.of tion and many references concerning the " navel" meet flatly at noon to receive reports to get it. Did you ing membership more popular and bene- the celebrated Trappist abbey, situated time and we are going Failure. of Ireland, contained iu Douglas Hyde's from Every encouragefield of operation. fourteen miles south of Bardstown, Ky., ask what are we going to do? When you ficial and increasing its recently published .History of Irish Litment is given the Elks from the various Numerous inquiries have been made as to but one of the most interesting features first get in a citizen will meet you and erature. The little town of Shelbyville was fraternal organizations throughout the the nature of the changes in the laws of of the place has not been touched upon show you the magnificent booths and ex It was Cormac Mac Art, the most strik startled last week by the unexpected city, chiefly among which are the Hiber the organization, and that there may be by any of the numerous writers who have lubits the merchants have prepared, then ing figure among the pagan kings of Ire- news that Miss Nellie O'Donnell, the nians and n Society. The no misunderstanding of its purposes the furnished articles relating to the monas- there will be the grandest succession of land, who built the palaces on Tara Hill. laughter of the late James O'Donnell, parade on October 9, inaugurating the and fun you ever saw Kentucky Irish American this week pre- tery. The feature referred to is the grave amusements This hill was, till St. Ruadhanof Lothera and one of the brightest and most popu carnival, will be second to none ever sents to its readers and the public a cor- of Baron De Hodiamont, a wealthy Bel balloon ascensions, tight rope walkers Solemnly cursed it, the scene of the great lar young girls of that city, had died sud given in the city. jugglers, snake charmers, songs, Every baud whose rect statement of the high aims of this so- gian nobleman, who for many years was acrobats, Feis, or assembly of the men of all denly at her home on Friday last of services can be had in this section of the ciety. The preamble and declaration of an inmate of the abbey, although he never wonder dances, great wild West perform Every three years during the heart failure. Miss O'Donnell had been country will be engaged. Every fraternal principles, which are thoroughly Ameri took the vows of the order. In early lite, ers. magicians, cloud leapers, naval bat reigns of one hundred and thirty-si- x in excellent health, and the day previous organization in the city of Louisville and .together with his young wife, the baron ties on the river and other fireworks all can and patriotic as well as pagan and six Christian kings the chiefs, was out attending to her social duties. abouth 200 floats, with tile entire police "came to America and settled in St. Louis, absolutely free ai.d then the most won. are as follows: and princes and bards of Erin met together on She was of a most amiable and lovable and fire departments, will make up a big n citizens of Louis- At mat ume me lauer city was a village derful Midway since the Queen of Sheba "We, this most august spot in the whole land disposition, shedding brightness all parade. Among the features will be a and Solomon had their famous collection, DUNNIS J. CRQWLUV. ville, Ky., in convention assembled, do of a few houses. He invested largely in to promulgate laws universally binding around her. and all who came in contact special police department with a station and to the ands on the site of the now populous streets of Palestine, Egyptian village, declared to our fellow-citizelargest and most commodious in that part upon the country, to test, purge and with her were cheered by her sunny in the Exposition, and a special fire de world that it is our purpose to form an city, and here five children were born to Oriental dream dances iu all their won n citizens him two boys and three girls. Although derful glory, magicians front India's mys of the city, where mass meetings are fre sanction the annals of the kingdom in smile or hearty, contagious laugh. The partment witli a stable, engine and reel organization of held. In addition to being i the presence of all men, so that nothing funeral services were held Sunday morn- on the grounds. The Advisory Board ap regardless of political faith or creed, for De Hodiamont rapidly acquired a fortune, tic land and hundreds of other things quently successful business man he is a good pol untrue might creep in, and finally to ing at the Church of the Annunciation, pointed the following n physiof other vexations and troubles assailed him. that you can't miss. If anv citizen is the advancement socially and intellectually. One of his boys developed into a wild lad, unattentive to you report him at head ltician, and his friends have frequently register the same in the great national and a large crowd was present. Father cians as hospital staff, who will organize morally, urged him to become a candidate for record, styled in later days the Saltair of Fitzgerald preached the sermon and a hospital corps with special detail for While we, as American citizens, at all who ran away from home and has never quarters and we will add to the day's fun effort obedience to the since been heard of. His wife and three by dropping him from the balloon with office. Denny also favors theIrish-Ame- being Tara. The Feis began on the third dav moved the congregation to tears. He each portion of the grounds: times yield unreserved made to fittingly .celebrate before Samhain November day and spoke of the high character of the de Good-bDrs. W. B. Doherty, A. F. Bueien. T. I'll see you Stars and Stripes, still it is our earnest children shortly afterward died, one after out a parachute. day at the Elks' fall carnival, ended on the third after it. To accom ceased, her many virtues, and also warned C. Evans, P. R. Henderson, T. H.Stucky, cause and keep the other, and the heart of the nobleman at Frankfort October 3, 4, 6 and 0," said can desire to elevate the modate the dignitaries who came to the his listeners to be always ready for the M. K. Allen, F. E. Corrigan, George W. alive the spirit of Irish nationality, so was broken and the world lost its charm the genial Colonel, as lie tripped lightly w ... greatiassemblyCormac Mac .Art, reared last summons, ilforwejkuow not the-daGriffiths, J. CHood and Lucas. away to fill a ''date". with a "peach." : to the heart of the Irish and Irish- - for him. dear Tus mighty- - halK The accounts we have nor the hour." After the services the re The booth space is almost entirely sold, buThursday Evening, Septembe?21, a Xtnerican citizen", and to educate the peoDisposing of fiis property in a satisfac of this building and of all the other mains, followed by many sorrowing and there is no one committee that is not of our race to the highest standard tory manner and placing his only child, 'stag" social will be given by Division 1, ple buildings at Tara were written nine hun friend, were borne to the train and completely up to itself in its duty. We point with Emma, in the Ursuline Convent at St Ancient Order of Hibernians, at the hall, Preparing for of American citizenship. the Fall Trots. dred years ago when the spot had been brought to Louisville. In addition to A street fair is something line ofto the new no small degree of pnde to the dtstm Louis, the old baron sought the retire- to the members and their friends. All abandoned for four centuries. The great those who came from Shelbyville a large people of the city of Louisville. To those Personal and Society guished Irishmen and ment of the Trappist Monastery. Here members are requested by the Entertain hall was used at once for a house of as concourse of Louisville friends met the people who have never seen a street fair Gossip. who have participated in the formation lie remained until ms death, wlucn oc ment Committee to come to the hall and sembly, a banqueting room and a sleep sad cortege and escorted it to St. Louis it is almost impossible to form an idea of and elevation of this glorious republic. curred in 1879, at the advanced nge of bring a friend with them. A good time ing place. The descriptions given of it cemetery, where the burial took place on it. The grand entrance and the only enEuchre We propose from time to time to com- ninety years. He made many munificent is guaranteed all who attend. There among the trance to the grounds will be at Floyd memorate the heroic actions and illus- donations to the abbey, chief among will be indulged in and cigars, lunch and Special Correspondence of the Kentucky by the ancient authorities have been veri Sunday afternoon. Irish American, lied in every particular by the officers of sobs of heartbroken relatives and weeping and Broadway. The space from Floyd which is the grist mill which is con refreshments served during the evening. trious deeds achieved by LKXiNGTON, Sept. After being the Ordnance Survey. The length of friends was placed all that was mortal of and Broadway to Floyd and Breckinridge, The benefit given Miss Katherine Gib. in behalf of the United States of Amer- ducted by the monks. This is one of the ica. We pledge ourselves to the cause of completest and neatest plants of the kind bons at the Opera House in this city last silent for some weeks I will endeavor to Corniac's Hall was seven hundred and Nellie O'Donnell, to lie there until that theii to Brook street, will be consumed our common country and to exercise our in the South. It is operated by steam week was a grand social and financial give the readers of the Kentucky Irish sixty feet and its breadth was nearly last trumpet shall sound which shall sum with industrial exhibits, interspersed There was a double row of mon all to the august presence of their here and there with a novel attraction of influence in the interest of right and jus and is equipped with all modern machin success and netted quite a neat amount American some of the recent happenings ninety. some sort. The "Baby Jumpers," which tice': to visiting our brother members in ery for the manufacture of flour, meal, over and above expenses. Miss Gibbons in this vicinity, although there is noth benches on each side running the entire Maker. will be the fair nursey, will in itself be a sickness and lending them a helping etc., and the organization derives a nice left last Saturday for Cincinnati, where ing of a startling nature to relate, owing length of the interior, which would give hand if necessary, and for concert of income from the sale of the products of she will attend the Conservatory of Music to tile unusual quiet prevailing at the four rows of men, if we remember that PRETTY IRISH CHURCH. very attractive display. On the lot conBluegrass capital. the guests were all seated on the same tiguous to Brook and Breckinridge will the mill, the flour having a wide reputa. and have her voice cultivated action on the part of all On October 3, and continuing for ten side of the tables, and which, if we allow be the Midway sliow, with its Streets of Monday evening, September 18, Divis when by so doing we will advance the tion for its whiteness atid punty. The will have the fall trots, at which three feet to each sitter, would nccommo James Furey Aiding in the Cairo, Persian theater, Hagenbackauimal ecu era 1 welfare of the community in mill also does the grinding for the thickly ion 1, Ancient Order of Hibernians, will days, we show, Mexican and Porto Rican theaters, which we live, and to keep aloft the glo settled neighborhood. give their initial hop for the social sea time this city will be again crowded with date just a thousand men. In the middle Erection of a New EdiJapanese theater and German village. At his death Baron De Hodiamont was son. The Queen City orchestra has been visitors from all over the country. This of the hall, running down all the way be rious principles of American liberty." in Galway. fice The German village will be run under The following sections of the constitu interred in the inclosure used exclusively engaged and a delightful time is guaran year the Kentucky Horse Breeders' Asso tween the benches, was a row of fires, ciatiou will give away more money in and just above each fire a spit, on which the direction of the Elks themselves. A tion but emphasize the foregoing, and as a burial place for members of the Trap teed all who attend. pist order, his grave occupies a recess Mr. James Furey, residing on West Oak vaudeville show will be in operation in embrace the more important features Many subscribers in Frankfort who stakes and purses than any other trotting joints of beef were roasted, was eus "The society shall not question the formed by two walls of the abbey build have been receiving this paper for over a association in the country, the sum. now pended from the roof. The High King street, has received from Rev. father the village afternoon and evening, in religious or political beliefs of members ing. The remains rest in a crypt and are year as yet have failed to pay for same. announced being $80,000. The indica sat at the southern end of the room. Lawrence Ansbro, of Annaghdown, Coun which will appear the famous Tyrolean in its constitutional laws, in its conduct covered by a slab of white marble, rest' While we can not believe that it is willful tions are that this will be the grandest Each of the assembled worthies was at ty Galway, where he spent his boyhood quintet and other artists. Positively no enterprise ever conteming horizontally upon a foundation of negligence on the part of the aforesaid meeting ever held in Lexington, provided tended by his own proper shield-beare- r. days, pictures of the handsome new St. or in its purposes. Along the side walls there was placed a Brendan's church now being erected at plated in the city of Louisville has given of this society shall be Scotch granite. At the head of the grave. subscribers, we would be placed under the weather man does the right thing. "The purposes e statue great obligations if they would settle at LouiS Vedder, formerly with W. T, beam in which were fixed numerous hooks that place. Father Ansbro officiated at rise to such unbounded enthusiasm, and the improvement of the mental, moral iu a niche in the wall, is a condition of all who desire to of St. Joseph, surrounded by lettering as once with the State agent at Frankfort Morris & Co., of this city, left last week destined to support the shields, so that at the wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Furey years the two weeks beginning October 9 promand social become members of tile same; to promote follows: Mr. D. J. McNamara. The subscriptions to accept a good position in Cincinnati the banquet all the lords and captains ago, and in memory of his many acts of ise to be gala days in the Falls City. "Obtain for us that we may die truly for the second year are now due, and all He came here about two years ago from sate, each beneath his own shield. among its members; to kindness they have resolved to raise a social intercourse The banqueting hall and all the other fund to assist him in his good work, HYMENEAL. preserve in this country the memories penitent." subscribers are requested to pay up at Reading, a suburb of Cincinnati, and me niaroie siaD covering tue grave once. We sincerely trust that we will since bis advent among us has made great buildings at Tara were of wood which has already reached respectable and historical interest of the land of our forefathers and her heroes; to commetuo bears this inscription: not be forced to mention this matter of many friends, all of whom were very Nor is the absence of stone building in proportions. The new edifice is located Here Rests in Peace the Noble and arrearage again, and that all delinquents sorry to see him leave. He was a mem itselt a proot ot low civilization, since within six miles of the city of Galway James Barry and Miss Cella rate by suitable entertainments of a liter Generous her of Barry Council, Y. M, I. in a country like Ireland, abounding in and as the congregation is a small one ary, social and musical character or other will settle in full this week. Potter to Be Married in John Lambert Emmanuel Armor Constant JUlss JNannte Kane, ot this citv, is vis timber, wood could be made to answer any outside contributions will be highly means, the great men of Irish birth and Sunday evening the Golden Hour Club Baron De Hodiamont De Nears, October. every purpose, as in point of fact it does appreciated. their descendants who are identified with Born in the Castle De Merots Walkorn, will entertain Col. L. A. O'Connor at iting her aunt in Kansas City. Miss Celia Kane is visiting her grand at this day over the great part of the Then Duchy of Limberg, Belgium, William Ansbro, who is one of the best supper. It has been a the history of Ireland or the United cus April 28, 1789. United States and in all northern coun known Irishmen in this city, and Jeff tom by this popular club to entertain roy mother in Paris. States; to provide a sick benefit fund for The many friends of Mr. James Barry Died James Keller, the well known florist tries where forests are numerous. Down Ansbro. of Teffersonville, are cousins of and Miss Celia Potter will read with ally a member when he marries or leaves the care of the needy sick; to provide October 22. 1870. for another State. Next week Mr. O'Con spent ten days in the East, visiting Phil to the Danish invasion nearly all Irish the clergyman. death benefit fund by the levying of a $1 At the Abbey of Gethsemani, Kentucky pleasure the announcement of their assessment at the death of a member; to nor leaves with his family for Knoxville, adelphia and Washington. He report: buildings were constructed of wood, or of approaching marriage, which will be ot Which He Was a True Friend wood and clay combined, or of clay and and Munificent Benefactor. Tenn., and the severance of his connec. having had an excellent time. foster a spirit of liberal toleration toward MIKE LAWLER'S LUCK. solemnized at St. Patrick's church next A pretty wedding took place at St unmortared stones, and the strongholds Pray for Him. tion with the club will be celebrated on all men, and to aid in public charities, Mr. Barry holds the position of mouth. A large vase resting in the center of Sunday evening. Every one of the mem- Paul's parsonage Tuesday evening, the were of wooden palisades, planted upon of this society shall be "The members chief clerk of the maintenance of way the slab is kept constantly filled with fresh bers will be present, except Robert Craik, contracting parties being John Hickey clay earthworks. This is the reason why Awarded Laree Contract for department of the Pennsylvania lines, either active or honorary. Irishman, either by bit til or de flowers. who has joined the Tiiirty-nint- h "Any Volun the well known horseman of this city so few remains of prehistoric Irish build and is one of the most highly respected Railway Bridge Building scent through either parent, between the teer Infantry, and is now on his way to and Miss Annie Johnson. They were the ings have survived, but it is no leason for young men iu the western part of the BIG TURNOUT. and Extension. recipients of many handsome bridal pres believing that, as in Corniac's banquet A good time is anticiyears, who ages of eighteen and sixty-fiv- e the Philippines: city. He also stands very high among ents. The Kentucky Irish American hall, rude palatial effects were not really pated by all. is a citizen of the United States, may be the Hibernians of Louisville, having wishes them a long and happy life. seems to been con come an active member of this society. Davis one of All Irish-America- ns Invited forDr. Maurice where hewill leave ashortly The Y. M. I. boys will give their first produced. ot Itthe timbers have lofty trees Capt. Mike Lawler.this city, the beenn been elected to the highest t, division and structed of will take course Louisville, "Life membership may be bestowed county offices. The bride-elechas who is contractors in smoker of the season Tuesday evening, planted side by side, probably carved in to Attend Next Thursday of medicine during the next five months, upon any member of the society who awarded the contract for building a num- a most attractive and charming young fantastic designs on the outside, while ber of new bridges for the B. & O. S. W. lady, resides with her parents on Twenty-fir- st Night's Meeting. "Doc"" will be greatly missed by his They anticipate a great time. shall have done the society a service that Uluegrasa Typographical Union at its the inside walls were covered with friends at the "pen," where he is assist in its opinion is worthy of this high dis street, and is the daugther of Mr. laying its meeting last Sunday withdrew from the plaster spread over a network of slender Railway Company, which is tmction, and such member may be ex ant physician. second track from Louisville to St. Louis. Wiliiaui Potter, with the firm of Stege & bociety lias ex llie empt from future dues, or the society may The first copy of the new Democratic Central Labor Council of this citv. The rods. The plaster, when even and dry. He also has the contract for extending Coldewey, Miss Potter has been promi-nean honorary member whose tended an invitation to all make any one paper will appear about September 25, so printers will endeavor to organize a body was painted in bright colors, chiefly red the masonry work on the bridges already with the Young Ladies' Auxiliary of special virtues and high character entitl residents of this city who are interested the promoters say. It will be a fearless, working under a charter from the Amer yellow and blue. The roof was formed constructedand will employ quite a force of the Ancient Order Hibernians, and ican Federation of Labor. in the success of the Elks' fall carnival independent sheet and advocate Goebel of smooth joists and and wa3 of men. Mr. Lawler, who was iu the city has always been looked upon as a leader hun to recognition." SIMPI.K Simon. day to assemble at for Governor and J. C. S. Blackburn for probably thatched with rods and rushes this week procuring equipments, stated in West End social circles. Their wedThe benefits provided for sick members and Hibernian Hall, on Market street, be United States Senator to succeed Lindsay. much in the same manner as the cottages nre as follows: that it would take at least a year to com- ding will be one of the most largely GENERAL "MEETING. of the peasentiy are today. The floors plete the work. He left the city Wednes- attended witnessed at St. Patrick's for a "Should a brother in good standing be tween Third and Fourth, next Thursday The political situation in Frankfort re. came sick and desire sick benefits he shall evening, when an open meeting will be mains unchanged. Judge Tarvin, of Cov Next Wednesday evening, September were of earth, beaten and hardened and day and will immediately commence the long time. ington, the great free silver leader of the 20, the general meeting of the Hibernians then covered with a coat of some kind of building of five bridges near Aurora, Ind. lotify the society, so that the Sick Com held for the purpose of deciding upon SHEEHAN DULANEY. Upon the recom plan for the celebration of the day set South, made a magnificent speech hereon of this city to determine what part they hard and shiny mortar. There were as inittee may visit him. mendation of the committee he shall be apart for them and appointing committees Monday last, in which he stated most will take in the Elks' fall carnival and many as seven ratlis, or " forts," around STANDARD CLUB DANCES. Jerry Sheehau and Miss Winifred Du e.i titled to not more than $5 nor less than to make arrangements for the turnout of emphatically that lie was for Goebel and exposition will be held at Hibernian Hall the royal hill of Tara,, each containing The rath was in most The Standard Club will givs a series laney, one of the handsomest young $3 per week tor tntrteen weeks in ary the society in the great parade on Octo the entire ticket nominated at Louisville. Market street, between Third and Fourth many houses. He states that Bryan will be nominated All the divisions are expected to be full case protected by a wall of stakes planted of dances, beginning Monday night, Octo- ladies in the southern part of the, city, twelve months, beginning with the.' date ber . united in marriage Thursday afterA large number of representative men and elected in 1900. He was well re- sickness. No one shall be allowed of first represented, as the time remaining in around its summit. The finest house of ber 2, and continuing every Monday were son, at Norton noon, Rev. Father Sheridan tying the benefits for first week's sickness, not are expected to be present, as the invita- - J celved by about 500 enthusiastic Demo- - which to prepare for a suitable showing all, painted iu the gayest colors and night throughout the. nuptial knot. After the ceremony a rememuntil he shall have been a member six tion is extended to all those not identified ' crats. will be only three weeks. It is the desire planted in the sunniest spot, was reserved Hall, Ninth and llrpadway. The with this or similar organizations.- - The Frankfort readerJ of the Kentucky Irish of the prominent members of the order to for the ladies, It is interesting to note bers of the Standard Club who will man- ception was held at their home on Rogers months." nan auouia ie crowded. American have missed the bright, neway make a fine display, at the carnival one that the ladies were never admitted to age these dances are John Chawk, Mike street, followed by an elegant wedding The death benefit will be one of the greateat inducements yet held out by any Bring your orders for job printing to letters from "Simple Simon." the Lexing that will represent their numbers and the banquet halls. They liad a. refectory Hartneit,. T, S. Flahlve and George supper. The happy couple were the recipients of many valuable presents. t of their own, in which they were separ Simpson. society in this city, "and should be the this once. ton correspondent, during the past two standing in this community. - Earnest Desire to Elevate Keep Alive the Spirit of Nationality. the family of the deceased brother. Said paid thirty nml assessment shall be memberwithin to pay fail days. Should any weeks, and trust in future he will report weekly. Miss Mayme Reagan, of Lexington, is the delightful guest of the Misses Beard, on Arlington Hights.t Absence from the. city during last week and scarcity of news; items this week accounts for the dull Frankfort letter this i week. Mrs. Annie Mahoney Taaef last week announced herself as a candidate for en- 1UUC1 13 TARA'S SURPRISING Interest Bcingr Taken by Citizens Generally in the Elks' Fall Carnival. Renaissance of Interest in the Storied Spot The Abode of Kings. Tho "",, - WCll U11U r s::;r. lUVUIUUiy , MlUWIl : Great Feis and Its Object. Corninc Brae Art's Mighty Dr. William b1 Doherty Placed at the Head of the HoSv pital Stall'. Irish-Americ- best-know- Irish-America- Irish-Americ- s, Irish-America- Ire-lau- d. n, Irish-America- well-know- y. ri LExami-ONv- Irish-America- Irish-America- s, life-siz- time-honor- best-know- Irish-Americ- ut Irish-Americ- cross-beam- s, Irish-Americ- KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. scribed tile court as well as the ac cused, and under the charge the maximum penalty was death, the iiiiiMMiiiitiitimmiMM to tlto Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans verdict of the court, backed by its Devoted recommendation, is really a victory WIIrflrflAJVI rvi. HIGGINSi for the accused, since he is found SINGLE COPY, 5c only technically guilty a victim of SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. circumstances, his own indiscretion s Matter. nntcrcdnt tbo Louisville Postofflco os and carelessness in the discharge of Communications to the KENTUCKY IRISH AA1ERICAN, 326 West (keen Street important secret duty, the scapegoat Addiersall of the really guilty an acquittal in a civil court, where criminal intent and overt act must be proven to es KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. PubUsher. A VOICE. You niay'sing of the roses that bloom in their pride Like the last smile of day at the still eventide, Hut I ask but one gift from this world cold and wide, To hold and to cherish till life shall depart Here's a health to the shamrock, asthore, The flower of dear Erin, beloved evermore. Far o'er the ocean foam Where her sad exiles roam, Sure an' it calls us home, Home to her heart. Ere the light of her glory had faded away . . And theraitors had risen her faith tobetray, Its smile, answered back to the smile of the day Alas, that those bright hours should ever depart Here's a health to the shamrock, asthore, The flou'er of dear Erin, beloved evermore. Flown is her dream of power, ' Yet from this darling flower She'calls us hour by hour Homes to her heart. When tle heart of our mother was bowed down, I ween,. When she wept as a slave where she once reigned a queen, Her tears softly fell on the leaves frail and green, As sh watched her sad exiles in shackles depart. Here's t health to the shamrock, asthore, The flower of dear Erin, beloved evermore. Voice of the long ago, Wejl do we love thee so, Speak to us, call us oh Home to her heart. When t le craven bowed down at the tyrant's stern nod, When the blood of her martyrs like rain wet her sod, The shamrock was all that was left her by God, And it vailed with its green leaves death's merciless dart. Here's a health to the shamrock, asthore, The flower'of dear Erin, beloved evermore. He wrongs we should redress, Her heroes we should bless Call to us from it yes, Hack .to her heart. And ohj when we weary of life's sad wayfaring, Of the pares that oppress and the woes past all bearing, Let us jurn toward the silence still loyally wearing The badge we have worn as a dare in the mart Here's a health to the shamrock, asthore, The flower of dear Erin, beloved evermore. With this sweet blossom pressed Close to the pulseless breast, Oh, t' will be heaven to rest At home on her heart. ELVIRA SYDNOR MILLER. i Hi BIBB - Sccond-Clos- T M j 1 ; LOUISVILLE, KY ENUNCIATE CLEARLY. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1S99 react , on the "poor" farmer In view of this double levy of county taxes there is a disposition, principally among small property holders, to refuse to pay the seven teen cents levy of the County Fiscal Court. This is the wrong course to pursue, as large property holders, who can afford to consult attorneys, know, since it can only result in penalties, costs and litigation. The proper course is to pay the .tax, preserve the receipt, together with city tax receipts for the past four years, and await the result of the suit as to the validity of the tax. If the tax is sustained you save trouble and expense; if not, it must be re funded, and the tax receipts are necessary to substantiate the claim for taxes wrongfully paid and ordered refunded. In these hustling, bustling days clearness of enunciation and directness of speech are absolutely necesg and comfort sary to the So of the community at large. many of both sexes, especially among the young, speak in such a rapid manner they do not have time to pronounce distinctly, and iu consequence they slur their words or drop the last syllable and make a perfect jumble of what was intended to be a pretty speech. More attention should be given in the schools to distinct pronuncia tion, for it is a decided advantage in business, and the opposite is a decided nuisance in society as well In commercial life how many tines is one called to the 'phone only to find at the other end some one MILITARISM VS. SYMPATHY. whom it is almost impossible to understand, and who, perceiving Military discipline is an iron rule, what is wrong, makes matters worse recognizing no extenuation, pallia by raising his voice until those near tion or mercy; absolute, stern, cal him think he is trying to awaken lous, inflexible, yielding nothing, the dead. and when this is exemplified by A soft, well modulated voice is a the civilian is perpetual joy to its owner and a moved to pity for the vic constant pleasure to its listeners. tim and indignation against his In singing it is even worse than judges but, unless the higher au speaking. Frequently a really fine thority disapproves the finding or song rendered by a singer of taste mitigates the sentence of the court with an excellent voice is marred martial, its decree is carried out, simply because the words are a for military discipline must be main jumble of sounds. In this connec tained. This is true in every coun tion it was noted at the music festi- try in civilized nations the forms val last spring one of the artists in of law and trial are observed and responding to an encore sang a sim the accused given a chance to es ple little love song, but it was ren tablish his innocence; among bar dered doubly pleasing by his enun barians the accused is summarily ciating every word so distinctly that executed. Military discipline, un it could be heard in all parts of the like the civil law, places the burden house. of proof on the accused to disprove n To have a nation of the charges; doubts, indiscretion, people the education must begin intent, extenuations, all of which with the children, and this should in a civil trial are favorable to the " not be confined to the accused, have no bearing in a court However much the teachers may martial, which rarely acquits, and labor and exert themselves, their when it does its verdict is some efforts will meet with failure unless times the forerunner of another they are supplemented at home by for the accuser, whose the parents. charges must have been proven utterly groundless or absolutely false. COUNTY DOUBLE TAX. can not return a A That the people of Louisville are compromise verdict, or acquit bebeing doubly taxed for county pur- cause of doubt, extenuation or any poses this year no one, except the other ground than proof; and if the County Fiscal Court possibly, will accused be guilty, even in the slight deny. As we intimated, the ques est degree, the court can only so detion has got into court, as it is not cide, fix the penalty, and make such likely that people who paid a tax in recommendations to the superior of January would willingly pay the ficers as they deem proper, and it same tax again in September. S. rests with the higher power to re0. Newman, real estate agent, has view the case, consider excluded circum sued the. city to stop further pay- testimony, extenuating ment by the city of county expenses stances and pleas of the accused, and to compel the city to refund to and either approve the verdict and all taxes for county sentence wholly or in part, modify the purposes collected by the city for or set it aside. This is the mode of the years 1896, 1897, 1898 and procedure in the United States and 1899, claiming that under the re- most of the European countries. cent decision of the Court of ApOf course, every one sympathizes levy and collection of such with the accused who has to pass peals the taxes by the city were illegal, and such an ordeal, and if the verdict be as taxes can only be expended for against him the sympathy is mani the purpose for which they were fest and indignation outspoken, as levied the money must be refunded was observed in regard to the DreyThe fus case in the past week. Every by the city to the amount named in Mr. Newman's one sympathizes with the man and suit is nominal, being the sum paid his family, even those who approve by him to the city in taxes for the verdict and the court which concounty purposes for four yesrs, but victed him, as attested by their rec the issue involves all the taxes for ommendation that in view of ex county purposes paid to the city for tenuating circumstances he be not four years, aggregating about $300,-00- degrated.from his rank whichprac- About $270,000 of this has tically means a pardon, since a" sol been paid out by the city for county dier is never punished as a felon, purposes. If Mr. Newman wins his being always first degraded and ex suit the county will be burdened pelled from the army before the with this deficit, for if the city has execution of the punishment in such . to refund to the it is the cases. Though in the published only recourse to compel the testimony there was nothing to city's county to refund it. Thus do the prove guilt, neither did the defense schemes of the rural statesman to refute all the charges, and no oue "equalize" taxes to the "poor" but the court knowsthe nature of farmer by heaping them on the the secret evidence presented; yet, cities and towns complicate public when viewed in the rigid light of affairs, cause litigation and finally military discipline, which circum well-beincourt-martial horror-stricken- , clear-spoke- school-room.- court-marti- al court-marti- al tax-paye- rs tablish guilt. To ignorance or a disregard of these facts connected with the Drey fus case is due the violent denuncia tion of the French Government and people, and the ridiculous resolu tions and petitions favoring the severing of friendly relations with France, withdrawing exhibits from and boycotting the Paris World's exposition next year. Nothing of this kind is likely to occur, since the French Govern ment and people are no more de serving of rebuke for the wrong done by the Dreyfus than are the English people for the unjust sentences of their courts in n esses, or Ger numerous many for the Von Arnim finding, or the United States for the Fitzjohn Porter case and the hanging of Mrs. Surratt by court martial besides the French Gov ment has not yet approved the Dreyfus verdict. Undoubtedly when Congress meets members, with a view to bettering their chances or embarrassing the administration in the election next year, will seek to insult the French Government by proposing some such motion, but it is incredible that Congress, tegard-les- s of the ideas of the members on the Dreyfus case, will be guilty of such action, since it would not in jure France, and only bring re proach on the United States, who would likewise be the only loser by not participating iu the world's ex position. The American people who intended to go to the exposition will go, and those who are unable to get there will now have a convenient excuse for staying at home. While the expressions of sympa thy for Dreyfus and criticisms of the court and his accusers are un doubtedly sincere, it is worthy of note, however, that too many of those who favor "rebuking France" iu ' 'behalf of humanity and justice, ' ' "regardless of nationality and religion," etc., are the same who invariably bob up into public notice on every occasion to get their names in print, get off their speech and subside till next time; that, despite their earnest protests in the Dreyfus matter, they are reputed to hate the Irish, dislike the French, have no love for the Jews, and are patriotically striving to ostracise and pros for no scribe their . other reason than nationality and religion which probably accounts for the fact that at all such "red-hot- " meetings the Jews were con spicuous by their absence. Then the notoriety seeker takes advantage of all such opportunities, even though in rebuking injustice he resort to it, like the crank in court-martial well-know- If they need attention there is no better place to have them fixed than at the Louisville Dental Parlors, 544 FOURTH ST., Right Next to Avenuo Theater. all guaranteed. Their prices are the lowest, work the best, and They will treat yon right. REMEMBER THE PJjACE: Louisville Dental Parlors, -- IT- FOURTH S'X. court-marti- al Gran W. Smith's Sons I i 2 ffl Funeral Directors And Embalmers.. MISS KATE SMITH, S. E. COR. Lady Assistant and Embalmer. Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice. J I EIGHITir AND JEITITISRSON SXS. TELEPHONE 810. m Muifloon Monument Company 1 ITALIAN Bank streets, has been all smiles the past week, the cause of his happiness being the arrival of a lovely little girl at his home. 1 m MARBLE, AMERICAN AND SCOTCH GRANITE 1 I fellow-citizen- Chicago who, to show his disap- tax-payer- s. 0. tax-payer- s, proval of the Dreyfus verdict, discharged all Frenchmen in his em ploy; or the Indianapolis patriot who burned a French flag in the street; or the Kansas City Captain who challenges Esterhazy to a duel to the death, and the enthusiasts who are trying to raise a purse to defray the expenses of his trip to England, where he will doubtless be put in jail on arrival and given a chance to play the martyr patriot. And so on ad libitem. But this is a free country, and a man has the right to protest and resolute and threaten as he pleases so long as he does not hurtanybody or disturb the peace. In the meantime the Drey fus case will be finally disposed of without regard to the fireworks; the average American will go on about his business with no fears of a war with France, and go to the Paris exposition if he has the price, and the "humanity and justice" patriots will have to look out for something else to veut.their sympathy and in dignation upon. Coulc and mc ua about ywr job printing. Mr. and Mrs. John Durst, of Nittayuma, Artistic Work Only Solicited. Workshops and Studios, Carrara, Italy. Miss., who have been the guests of Capl. H Miss Virginia Boswell has returned to and Mrs. Mike Lawler, 2430 St. Xavier her home in Shelbyville. street, left for their home Monday evenWAREROOMS, 322 to 328 WEST GREEN STREET, s' visit. ing, after an enjoyable s' Miss Alice Hickey is home from a Mr. Durst is the Postmaster at Nittayuma visit in New York. and one of the leading citizens of the Miss Mayme Byrne left Monday for a State. visit with friends in Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry O'Leary, of EighMisses Sallie and Mary Donigan have teenth and High avenue, are receiving returned from a trip to the East. the congratulations of their host of friends upon the arrival of a bouncing Miss Nellie Lyons has returned home, boy at their home. The new comer after spending two' weeks in New York made his advent last Saturday night. A City. reception is being arranged to celebrate Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. McMahon, the event. of Philadelphia, are in the city for a few The engagement has been announced days. of Dan McKinney, a well known employe Good Miss Katie B. Lannin has returned from of the Louisville City Railway Company, to. Miss Katie. Brown, of Twelfth and Russellville, where she was on a visit to Oak streets, one of the prettiest young her brother. ladies in the southern part of the city. Mrs. J. V. Sweeney has returned to This marriage will take place the latter Lancaster, after a pleasant visit with rela- part of this month. Telephone 384. 248 West Jefferson Street. tives in this city. Mr. John Seiberz conducted a grapho-hon- e i Mrs. Annie King has returned from recital at Mr. and Mrs. John Bren-nan- 's rnA-TVIC- . JOHN 32. Nicholasville, where she was the guest of last Thursday evening before a Mrs. T. B. Crutcher. small gathering of their friends. Those present were Misses Katie Ash, Mayme Miss Teresa Massey has returned to Mullauey, Lily Halligan and Alice Bowling Green, after a delightful visit Gunsenhouser; Messrs. John Barry, Gus with friends in this city. Keim, Tom Mullaney and John Seiberz. Miss Stella Mooriey, of Pine Bluff, Ark., Miss Fermine Detley, of Floyd Knobs, S12 S14 CLAY has returned home after a visit to rela- and Michael F. Higgins, of New Albany, Telephone 209-- 2. tives and friends in this city, were united in marriage Tuesday evening at St. Mary's church on the Knobs, Rev. Miss. Stella Edelen, of Taylorsville, who has been visiting friends here, re- Father Hildebrand performing the ceremony. The bride and groom are very turned to her home this week. popular and have the best wishes of a Mr. Philip Ackermann, Jr., will return host of friends in Southern Indiana for next week from a visit to Washington, their future happiness. Philadelphia and Atlantic City. Mr. George J. Lynch, one of the many Miss Maggie Canty has returned from of the Louisville & NashPewee Valley, where she spent the past ville Railroad Company, and one of his seven weeks as the guest of Mrs. Keeley. sisters, Miss Florence J. Lynch, left St. Wednesday morning together, the former Miss Nora Flvnn.. who has been sneiul- - for Petersburg, Ky., where his family has ' J 01 ing the past month with relatives in Clif been visiting relatives for several weeks. ton, lett for ner Home in New Orleans Miss Lynch will go on to Howard, Ky., Horses and Vehicles to hire at all hours, at reasonable rates. last Sunday. on a month's visit to Mrs. Mariana TELEPHONE H40.-aaHB- gP Lynch Moore, her sister. n Michael McNerney the plumber, who recently suffered the loss Mrs. R, McGuire, who has been visitof his son, left Wednesday morning for a ing her mother and sisters iu Chicago the A. 7i ten days' stay at West Baden. past month, returned home Tuesday night. She was accompanied by her Mr. Albert Mattinelv. a student of the Benedictine Order, was in the city Mon. mother, Mrs. John Lucchesi, who fonuely day, en route to St. Meinrad, Ind., where resided in Louisville. Mrs. Lucchesi. despite her Age, is hale and hearty, and he goes to resume his studies. enjoyed the trip from Chicago immensely. Mrs. Sarah Mullen, accompanied by Mrs. Lucchesi has many friends in Louis . her grandson, Master Charles Mullen, ville who will welcome her back to her i j. wo nanasome jniDiems or cue micient or 3 home. Miss Katie jj? visiting in Lexington, the old Kentucky spent the week McGuire, who accompanied her mother guest of Mrs. William Harbold. Hibernians will be awarded by the Kentucky Irish M to Chicago, will not return home probMiss Mollie McCarthy arrived home ably for at least two weeks. She made Saturday from Sellersburg, Ind., where the trip partly for her health and pleasure, she had been spending the summer as a and she is to much improved that she jfj ber of votes, these coupons only to be used for ballots, w guest of Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Stewart. has extended her visit She has been The picnic for the benefit of St, having a royal good time aiid when she J9. Aloysius' church Monday last was a arrives home her many friends will be social and financial success, and Father unable to recognise her. While in Chicago Record the Candidate on the First Line, Division on the Second. O'Grsdy is highly elated over the result. she has mastered the "bike,' and on her return a bicycle party will be given in John J. McGiaty, of "Twentieth and her honor. two-weektwo-week- flonuments. I I I I PARADISE! SAMPLE ROOM. I Liquors a Specialty. Fifteen Ball Pool. I ; M. J. HICKEY, PROPRIETOR. ' 99W9eWWSBaaa9000S.990009a900000a0909000e CIayStreet Brewery, and WALTERS'- STREET. LOUISVILLE. KY. -- book-keepe- L East Jefferson EJlootrlo Horse OXlrriner $lSO II I HENRY C. LAUER, BOARD n A I Head. well-know- EMBLEM CONTEST! uraer Who Is the Most Popular Hibernian? i $ KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. T. J. WAT 'aaaaaHaaBBaaJaVfcaaalataaPaBBlaaaaaaav 11 If, 629 EIGHTH ST. C5c Vanilla and Ienion, per gal 75c 1'ruits and Chocolates, per gal 75c Coffee and Banana, per gal $1.00 Almond and Macaroon, per gal Hisque and Tnttifnitti f 1.00. to $1.25 .00 llricks and Euchre f 1C5c Sherbets and Ices . ftaHara'-xidL-'- . aaaBaVr '''T"- - - t?: - ..eLeaH fg85fl 'BaaaaaaaBi MSga. 'SaBHr K3HeILae! 'ajP'" Add a cup of good cider vinegar to the water in which you boll fish. Boston baked beans can be improved by adding a cup of sweet cream the last hour of baking. Directoire bonnets lined with daisies or jonquils and tied with narrow black velvet ribbon are worn by young misses. ile Rev' G A Vantroostenberghe, who A bowl of hot milk taken immediately '3 SencDg a vacat'on n Europe, is now before retiring is said by those who have fire-plac- great preservation. No money was spared in its erection, the brick being made by hand and the rafters being of walnut. The finishing is in bla,ck walnut and the doors and sashes look as bright as the day they were put up. It was made practically fireproof by filling the spaces in the walls with clay. In many of the rooms with the large, the great cranes, are still there. POTPOURRI. .Sweet Cream 50c Cream delivered to New Albany and Jeffersonville; also shipped to nil shipping points. THE KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN Has celebrated its anniversary, entering npon its Third Volume. The promises made to its readers and friends in the first issue have been faithfully observed, and its circulation has enjoyed a steady growth. This should be increased in the future until it is n read in the home of every in Kentucky and adjoining States. The Kentucky Irish American for the coming year will make features of Irish-America- A specialty. It is the purest and best. Telephones 2144 and 2588. rates to hotels, dealers and large orders. JOHN M. BROPHY, Letding Man of the Meffert Company. S9S9S9S9S9S9SS9S9S9SSSSS9S9 The new Meffert Stock Company will make its bow to Louisville theater-goer- s Monday afternoon in a fine production 232 FOURTH AYE. of "The Charity Ball," which will open the season of the The Temple has beer thoroughly remodeled and cleaned and is practically a The walls are new, the new theater. U ceiling is fresh with new paint and gilt Complete Line U 8 gleams on all sides. One of the attractive 8 features is a dado of blue with gilt fleur dc lis. On the stage the painters and carpenters have been busy. ' Old scenic sets have been retouched .and new ones painted. A notable addition to the house WSSSS9S3SSS9SSS3SSS9S3S9SS force of the Temple this year is John n New York scenic Cahill, a artist, who will paint from one to two sets for each production. Col. Meffert has never spared expense in making his Our $10 Quick Meal productions complete, and this season will be no exception. In presenting "The Speaks for Itself. Charity Ball" the Temple offers one of A splendid Gas Range with four g the most sterling plays of recent years. f) oven, broiler burners, 17xlC-inc- h Its story is well known, It is New York (4 and all the many qualities tuai nave society in all its manifold phases, and in W made the Quick Meal so popular. the end love and truth and honor triumph. Every Quick Meal sold is the cause A theatrical season in Louisville without U of other sales, as it gives such per- feet satisfaction. Take no chances; the production of "The Charily Ball" purchase our Quick Meal, which is indeed. It has would be incomplete 7i ti'mo tripil nrnwn ridllt and HOIlC Mr. thrilled and moved thousands. f) can be better. The gas company W Brophy will play John Van Buren and 'A generously assists oursales by mak- Di(A intr free connections, giving tickets (i Miss Mitchell will be Ann Gruger. f) for three lessons at the Alumnae rector Duane, who succeeds Mr. 'Eagle in Club Cooking School and distrib-(- i that capacity, is charmed with his comuting a valuable cook book. pany, and says it is the best one,flt popular prices that he has yet seen. The sale 8 of seats, which began last Thursday morning, indicates the desire on the part: 214 MARKET, Near Second. g of the Louisville public to give substang tial indorsement to Col. Meffert's intention to give the people the best. The usual daily matinees will be given. l THEATRICALS. ' B Walsh the Tailor, Examine 8 I well-know- n play-hous- e. eMIm I s Summer Suitings. well-know- l Irish News, Church News, Society News, Home News, Labor News, Sporting News. It Weekly Journal which is printed and mailed on Fridays, so that its city readers may take advantage of the announcements it contains and be directed where to make their Saturday purchases. This will result in great benefit to our advertisers, who should remember the fact, that it has the Official Indorsement of the is a First-Clas- s j GEHER &SON, MISS LOUISE MITCHELL, LEADING LADY AT THE TEMPLE THEATER. resting at Brussels. He had a pleasant voyage over on the Westernland, arriving at Antwerp on August 21. After leaving the steamer he had an attack of his old malady, but expects to go to the seashore In a description of a histo recuperate. torical procession, four miles long, given in honor of the 300th anniversary of the celebrated painter Van Dyck, he says there were 150,000 strangers in Antwerp. The procession was fine. The inhabitants were suffering from the warmest weatlier of the year and great complaints were heard. The thermometer registered 70, On this side of the water we who are sweltering would call that a comparatively cool day, and no kicks would be registered with the weather man. The services which are being held in all the Catholic churches of this diocese this week preparatory to the solemn dedication of the whole people to the Sacred Heart of Jesus, according to the recent order of Pope Leo XIII., arc most impressive. Particularly at St. Mary Mag dalen's are the people alive to the im portance of this beautiful act of our Holy Pontiff. Father Murphy, of this parish, is a hard, earnest worker and verv much beloved by his congregation. Not having had charge quite a year he has worked some marvelous changes and is in a fair way to entirely wipe out the debt hang ing over this church. His enthusiasm has communicated itself to the people and they all join with him heartily in Recently whatever project he proposes. the anniversary of his ordination was celebrated and the women of the parish made him a present of a handsome red cape, which he was very anxious for but unable to purchase. During the triduum there this week several hundred ap proached the sacraments. suffered from insomnia to be a better soporific than any opiate known to medi cal science. Cream-tinte- d lace skirts woven in one piece and with an extra circular flounce are ettective to wear with white silk or chiffon bodices. A new soda water drink may be made at home, and consists of a large spoonful of ice cream with a cenerous suddIv of thick chocolate syrup poured over the lop. White always has its charm and chif fon is always becoming. Lontr mousse " a line and chiffon Jabots, edged with white renaissance lace, are noted on the bar gain counters. A fine seasoning for chicken salad is to slice an onion on the top of the prepared chicken and let it marinate two hours or more, adding, at the same time, a few drops of prepared chevril. Be sure that every particle of the onion is taken from the chicken before adding the dressiug. Poultry and meat, on being served cold, may be improved in appearance by glazing. The nrocess is simnle. An ex cellent glaze may be found by dissolving a half ounce of gelatine in a pint of water, flavoring and colonntr it with ex tract of beef. To be nerfectlv successful the meat must be cold before the glaze is put on, and the first coat should be at lowed to drv before the second is added The glaze must be warm and applied with a brush. CHARTERS ARRIVING. f THE WAYSIDE 8 great many women can not decide for themselves what color is most becoming to their complexion, and therein lies the fact of their gowning themselves so unbecomingly. It is a good plan in selecting colors to lay the goods against the back of the hand, and if the skin looks well it is usually safe to buy. A probably better plan, but which is not so easily accessible, is to match the eyes or hair. Some eyes would be very hard to match, especially those dancing, changing lights in hazel ones, but the woman who could find goods to equal them would be resplendent in her costume, no matter of whut material it was composed. Those beautiful shades of auburn hair, generally supplemented by a very fair skin, simply look charming when gowned in a dress of the same shades as the hair. A YOUNG LIFE ENDED. O'Neill's Studio, 342 W. Market St. Positively the Finest Work. Reduction in prices for thirty days to introduce my Pictures. JOHN P. KELLY k SON DEALERS I- N- Groceries, Vegetables, Fresh Meats, Produce. Seventeenth and Bank Streets. We sincerely regret to announce the death of Cornelius Burns, which sad event occurred at the residence of his parents He had been ill last Tuesday morning. for some time, and though the end was not wholly unexpected his demise caused the deepest sorrow in the West End, where he was held in the highest esteem by a very wide circle of friends. His funeral took place Thursday morning from St. Patrick's church, and was one of the largest held there for some time. Solemn high mass was sung, Rev. Father Burns, of Alabama, a brother of the deceased, being the celebrant, assisted by Monsignor Gariibon and Father Kelleher. Mr. Burns was the son of Dennis Bums, n tailor, and a member of the Division 3 of the Ancient Order of Hid bernians. He was a dutiful, son and brother, and the family have the sympathy of a wide circle of acquaintances in their sad bereavement. well-knowkind-hearte- CENTRAL LABOR UNION And the Representatives Unions of Louisville. eV SB? e.7 of the Trades c& r& The Subscription Price IS ONLY ADDITIONAL SOCIETY. Special attention given to family orders, and goods delivered to all parts of the city. James Moore, of Tyler avenue, who sustained a badly sprained wrist and hand three weeks ago, is recovering slowly. His physician says he will not be able to go to work for some time. Mr. and Mrs. Ford Wilson gave a reception to their friends last Monday evening in honor of the christening of their little baby girl. Pat Ross acted as toast master and did himself proud. Madame Dougherty and granddaughter, Miss Bird Huddard, of Evanston, are expected home today from New York, Is Now Open Saratoga and Sheepshead Bay, where picnics, etc., they have been spending the summer. A few select dates for open. Call at office, 413 W. Jefferson. Mr. and Mrs. David Reilly are receiving the congratulations of their friends, CONCERT EVERY SUNDAY owing to the advent of a little Hibernian into their home last week. Of course he By PROF.MORBACH'S BAND. was named "Dave," which is a guarantee' that he is a winner. RiVERVIEW PARK to the Public A Irlsh-AMcrlcs- H OH V. Tnhn Moran's friends were surprised this week to sec him looking for an empty The Best Five- Cent Clgnr an house. Here ts a chance lor a live real com smoke.; estate agent and furniture agent, as he intends making a pretty Third-stre33. Manufacturer, girl happy very soon. CIGAR STROBHM, Harrv E. Snow retruned Monday from an extended trip through the Eastern States and Canada. He has resumed his The old Harrison home at Viticennes, nosition with the Illinois Central, which Ind., which cost William had been acceptably filled by Jerry Henry Harrison, grandfather of BenjaFIRST CLASS O'Keefe during his absence. min, $ 30,000, has passed into the hands of GROCERY AND SALOON, E. S. Shepard for $2,000. Mr. Shepard Miss Mollie Glenuon, a charming seems to appreciate,the historic worth of N. W. Cer. Nineteenth aad Dukib. young lady of Nashville, who has been the most interesting residence northwest spending the past two weeks here as the of the Ohio river, and is already restoring Fine butch awl Music Saturday Night. guest of Mrs. J. Fitzgerald, returned to it to its e grace. The old home rehome this week. During her stay mained in the hands of the Harrison famiLEGHORNS. her she made a host of friends. BROWN here ly until 1840, Since it passed out of the Will Hays, the popular manager of bands of the Harrisons it lias served a Average 300 eggs a year. Bgas for hatching 6 cents eacn. xwo uvkeivi Con Ford's etnbUhmnt at Twelfth and multitude of purposes, ranging from a for sale cheap; Oak, hu been on a vacation this week, hotel kept by one Gaetius to a fold for celebrating the arrival of a fourteen- - sheep in the winter. The building, which CHAS. D. JACQUES pound assistant. Con says the youngster overlooks the beautiful Wabash river, was built in 1804, and. is still in a state of Xtwtor. it the luatleet boy in California. Preston and Rawlings Sts. The health of Miss Clara Barton, th Red Cross nurse, has given way, and it is feared that active work by her is at an end. It has been known for some time that her strength was decreas ing under the enervating climate of Cuba, but she still hoped for the better and kept right on with her duties. Now she has returned to the United States, and it is doubtful if she will ever be able to go back to Cuba. She hid made plans for educational work among the children there, in addition to her hospital work, and the thought that she might not be able to mature those plans has been harder to bear than any physical suffering. She has aged very much in appearance, and while it is hoped a long rest e vitality, her will restore her friends arc prepared for the worst. It would be hard to find a worthy successor as President of the Red Cross Society. It is interesting in this connection to recall tlie'answerMiss Barton years ago made It a young relative of hers who was bewail-- . ing the fact that she could do no workj ... 1 .i ..U !.!!. nice miss ti uarion, wuilh wuuiu tutiug iter ' what is to your lianfc,." said fame. "Do Miss Barton, "and do it well, ft at any time opportunity offers for a larertfield you will be ready to take advantage, but if not you have the consciousness of doing your duty and doing it well." A lesson we should all take to heart. well-kuow- ii old-tim- s Organzer McGill yesterday received the charter from the American Federation of Labor for the newly organized Lathers Union, The charter for the chainmakers1 will arrive next week. Both unions will send representatives to the Central Lhor Union on Sunday, September 24. $5.09. BENTON HARBOR AND RETURN. $5.00. Invariably in advance, and for this small sum we promise to continue to issue one of the brighest, cleanest, newsiest Irish American newspapers in the United States. We will endeavor to furnish our readers a fearless, liberal and honest publication one that may be relied upon for its every word. 8 1 PER YEAR, SUBSCRIBE NOW. : - Tub Glkankk. SPORTY ITEflS. Ben Jordan comes with Jiini, Jim Jefferies sails ' for home today. "Big Four Route." M. D. Lawler old-tim- 2422 St. Australian Jimmy Ryan is after McCoy. He says he will waive jthe entire purse in the event he is not there at the finish if the kid agrees to fight him. Terry McGovern's victory over Pedlar Palmer was predicted in these columns some time ago. The Englishman left for home the day after his defeat. Now let the Columbia be victorious in its contest with Lipton's Shamrock. Joe Choynski, who has been training at West Baden for his fight with Hall, will arrive here Monday morning. Hall will come from Memphis next Fridav. Both nten are reported in excellent cojsf dition for their coming contest, which will take plaee at Music Hall Monday night, September 26, .under the auspices of the Nonpariel Athletic Club. This promises to be the liveliest affair of the kind yet pulled off in Louisville and will draw a large crowd. a, tablespoonfuls of freshly made Three Japan tea, with .a bit of nutmeg, give an Indispensable flavor to an apple pie. To give a fine flavor to corned beef hash use good stock for moistening, with s pinch of salt, sugar and cayenne. Train leaves Louisville from Seventh street Union depot at 8 o'clock a. m Tuesday, September 10. Tickets good returning ten days. Benton Harbor is in the heart of the great fruit belt of Michi gan. Delightful lake trips by palatial steamers on Lake Michigan. Secure tickets at city ticket office, 218 Fourth avenue. t S. J. Gates, General Agent. GRAND EXCURSION Advertisers . " Tp the Indiana Gas Belt Sunday, Septem ber 17, via "Big Four Route." Special train leaves Seventh-streUnion depot at G o'clock a. in. Returning special train arrives in Louisville at 11:40 p. in. Ex rates as follows tremely low round-tri- p Rushviltel, Knightstown I, Anderson 1.25, Muucie jl.25, Alexandria $1.25, Marion $1.50. Take advantage of the low rates ana spena Sunday with triends in the Gas Belt. Tickets on sale at City TicketOffice, 218 Fourth avenue. S. J. Gates, General Agent. At Clonmel a tramp named Meehau was charged in cuMody with having assaulted District Inspector P. H. Jay on Monday evening. The prisoner, who said he had been drinking and did not remember what bad happened, was sentenced to six months' imprisonment. et 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. Address all Correspondence and Business Communications to the 1U IRISH I EX 1EB J KJETPTJOKIY IRISH AMERICAN. INDORSED BY THE CENTRAL LABOR UNION. J That the Kentucky Irish American is steadily growiug iu 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 organization&represented therein; and Whereas, The Kentucky Irish American has always been a consistent and unbiased champion of the trades union movement; thereforebe 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. , JOB.... Z4 I t PRINTING! do I The Kentucky Irish American is prepared to the best of Job Printing, such as I 9 LETTER HEADS NOTE HEADS BILL HEADS CARDS ENVELOPES TICKETS DODGERS All work executed promptly iu first-clas- 1 s style. I I 2 HON. JHN YOUNG BROWN, If Right Than to Hold Any Office. Give Cfs Your Order 9 3 and 1 Help Us Groia, OUR NEXT GOVERNOR. He Would Rather Be FRANK FEAR BREWING INCORPOBA'L'RD. 60. 1 KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 WEST GREEN ST. GO M a ITALIAN -- SWISS COLONY WINE 7 West Jefferson Street. 219-22- WHALLEN BROTHERS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN Proprs., , RrCE AND BARTON'S COMPANY, AT THE BUCKINGHAM NEXT WEEK. LIQUORS Telepbone 3100. A. O. II. OF5 HLL KINDS, JL,OUIfc-4"VIJL,I12- KY BREWERS AND BOTTLERS, LOUISVILLE, ICY. DANIEL DOUGHERTY. THOMAS KEENAN. HIBERNIANS. What They Have Been Doing the Past Week General News Notes. Doufltierty 1229 & Keenan, UNDERTAKERS, West Market Street, Bet. Twelfth and Thirteenth Car- OPEJLISJPIIOIVIS 1240'2. All Calls Promptly Attended to, Day or Night. riages Furnished for All Occasions. 1 INCOEPOKATED. MAIN-STREE- T 1 nn BREWERY LAGER BEER PORTER. IT'S PURE. LOUISVILLE, KY. JOB PRINTING ...fL ifiii no Seventh and St. Catherine. orders for family use. WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. Prank Fehr's Beer always on tap. Special attention paid to i Hot Imneh Day and flight. SMITH & DUGAN, All Kinds of Printing 22i West Market St. JOHN F. OBRTEL, BUTCHERTOWN BREWERY, " fCREAM COMM0N BEER Story Avenue, LOUISVILLE, KY. fphotf 801. 1400-140- 4 Division ii of Providence realized $G00 from its recent fair. Division 12 of Providence, R. I., will hold a fair in November. Patrick Corbett has been installed as President of Division 0 of Pittsburg. John Barrett and Con Ford are never so happy as when initiating a new member' Division 6 of Woonsocket, R. I., is preparing to hold a fair Thanksgiving week. The Providence Knights have almost completed their arrangements for their Thanksgiving ball. The largest attendance of the season was present at the meeting of Division 2 Thursday evening. John J. Redmond, of Division 1, has been elected Captain of the Hibernian Rifles of Dover, N. H. Division 2 received an application Thursday night, which will be voted upon at the next meeting. County President Murphy requests the attendance of all Division Presidents at Hibernian Hall Tuesday evening. James Rodgers, John Robinson and Tom Kelly will hereafter look after the welfare of the sick members ol Division 1. William Carleton, Edward Daily and William Hendricks were initiated as Hi bernians at this week's meeting of Divi sion 4. Division 7 of Syracuse held its annual picnic at Long Branch, near that city, at which all sorts of Irish games were played. President Kecnan will announce the names of the members composing the Literary Committee at the next meeting of Division 1. Deputy Sheriff Denny Heffernan was among those who received an ovation at the hands of the members of Division 4 Wednesday evening. Six candidates were balloted for and elected to- - membership by Division 4 last Wednesday night. President Hennessy is after two hundred, Prominent Hibernians favor a social session next month at which the mem bers of the Ladles' Auxiliarv and their friends will be entertained. Division 2 accepted the invitation of the Elks to attend the fall carnival on Orphan's day, and voted to attend the general meeting in a body. John Mooney makes an efficient Secre tary Division 2. His record of the proceedings is as complete as those of the moot experienced recorders. Many handsome prizes were awarded the winners in the contests at the recent Hibernian picnic' at Columbus, O. There. was a very large attendance; Dennis O'Sullivan was elected and In itiated into the order by Division 2 Thursday, night. The initiation was a marvel and should have been witnessed by the members of the other divisions." The consolidated picnic of the Daugh- tera of Krin ami Division 2 of New Haven, Conn., was a grand suconm.i Field sports were a prominent feature. The Hibernians of BinghattitoH cele brated Sunday before last at a memorial day, on which services were held iu St. Patrick's cemetery, where reaper and ,f " DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tuesday Evenings of Each Month. , President Thomas Keenan. City Gasoline Inspector Edward J. Vice President Tim J. Sullivan. Dalton and George Sheawith the Adams Recording Secretary Thomas J. Dolan Financial Secretary Peter Cusick, 132 Express Company, returned last week from a tour through Oldham, Shelby, Twentieth street. Treasurer John Mulloy. Owen, Carroll and Gallatin counties, traveling the entire distance, over 400 DIVISION 2 miles, In a buggy. The trip was a very Meets on the Second and Fourth Thursenjoyable one, as they met with friends day Evenings of Each Month. in each place they stopped. President William T. Median. Vice President Thomas Cornfield. Inspector Dalton has expressed himself Recording Secretary J. Charles Obst. as greatly interested In the part the Financial Hibernians and will 1335 Rogers Secretary John T. Keaney, street. take iu the Elks' fall carnival, which he Treasurer Owen Keiren. is in. favor of enthusiastically booming. n DIVISION 3 day should be made to surpass anything heretofore undertaken Meets on the First and Third Wednesday Evenings af Each Month. by our people, and doubtless will if each President Patrick T. Sullivan. but does his part," said Mr. Dalton." Vice President Phil Cavanaugh. Recording Secretary JohnCavanaugb. BUCKINGHAM ATTRACTION. Financial Secretary N. J. Sheridan, 2018 Lytle street. Rice and Barton, two commediaus and Treasurer George J. Butler. managers who have won well deserved DIVISION 4 favor in the theatrical field, will come to the Buckingham for a week's engage- Meets on"the Second and Fouth Wednesday Evenings of Each Month. ment commencing with tomorrow's matiPresident John H. Hennessy. nee. This company is a consolidation of Vice President Thomas Lynch. Rice and Barton's burlesquers and their Recording Secretary Thomas J. Kelly. farce comedy, "McDoodle's Flats," from Financial Secretary George Flahiff, which two companies they have retained 420 East Gray street. Treasurer Harry Brady. the most expensive features. Rice and Barton themselves require no introducDIVISION 0 tion to the Louisville theater-goerThey Meets on the First and Third Tuesday have appeared here in vaudeville, in burEvenings of Each Mouth lesque, in farce comedy, and they have President Frank G. Cunningham. Vice President D. J. Tiemey. yet to make their first failure iu any unRecording Secretary L. J. Mackey. dertaking. This season they will devote Financial Secretary J. J. Curran, 010 themselves solely to burlesque and vaudeThirteenth street. company will be seen Miss ville. In the Treasurer M. J. McCarthy. Fraukie Haines, one of the most versatile character impersonators on the stage, and J. K. Mullen, the irresistible Celtic hu- CENTRAL LABOR UNION morist, in a sketch, assisted by Annie Dunn,' the English comedienne, while OFFICERS. Toughey and Mack will close the olio President James McGill. with their original specialty, consisting Vice President J. W. Stevens. of comedy, bagpipe playing and some Zeno M. Corresponding Secretary genuine Irish dancing. Rice and Bar- Young, 549 Second street. "McDooton's inimitable Recording Secretary T. J. Hennessy. SISTER OCTAVIA. dle's' Flat," will be the closing feature. Financial Secretary Charles Peetz. Treasurer William A. Pool. It has pleased God iu his great wisdom This will display a unique stage setting, Sergeant at Arms Nelson Green. at Coney Island the to take from us our dear friend. For representing Walter helghth of its gaiety. Matinees will be M.Chairman Board of Directors twenty-tw- o over years Sister Octrvla has Young. been with Sts. Mary and Elizabeth Hos- given as usual. pital, and after this period of faithful and 'CONDITION IMPROVING cheerful service she passed quietly and W. H. MEFFERT, MANAGER. peacefully away to that rest which she so Mrs. Peter Martin, of 2510 West Walnobly earned. By her never tiring paMEFFERT STOCK COMPANY tience and ceaseless energy to those who nut street, who last week underwent an needed her most she made countless operation at Sts. Mary and Elizabeth friends. These friends will never cease Hospital, has been pronounced out of 1 to mourn her loss and to look upon her danger, and her many friends will be life as one of the best examples that have glad to know that her speedy recovery Influenced them to try to lead better and and removal home are now looked for. truer lives. But as we belive the way is HAND INJURED. prepared for us, as we believe that He does all things, for the best, so we must .. Bob Mitchell, one of the most popular Matinees Daily at 2:15. Night believe that our loss is for her victory, at 8:15. employes of the Illinois Central railroad, that our sorrow is for her joy. May her Popular Prices 10c, 15c, 26c, 35c and gentle spirit guide us and her sweet in sustained a severe injury to his hand 50c. No higher. fluence never leave us is the heartfelt while in the performance of his duties, the finger of the right hand being severely prayer of her, many friends. mashed. His physician says it will be A Fkiknd, riant Vaadeyllle Theatra la Amarlea. -some time before he can return to. work. benediction were held, after which the rosary was recited. The graves of the departed members were suitably marked with small harps and flags. Hibernian Hall should be crowded next Wednesday evening when the general meeting takes place. Every member of the order is urged to be present. Division 1 will shortly take steps to create an additional relief fund for the benefit of members' who may be the victims of unfortunate circumstances. Every member of Division 4 is urged to assemble at Wednesday's night's meeting. The matter is so important that special notices were ordered sent out. Martin C. Murphy won in the prize drill at the recent picnic of Division 47 of Roxbury, Mass. The game of Irish football was won by the teem from Division 38. Officer Tom Brown made his first appearance since his recent marriage at the meeting of Division 4 Wednesday evening. He was given a warm welcome and heartily congratulated. The next meeting of the Ladles' Auxiliary will be held on Sunday afternoon, September 24. This will be a social session, and the members of the different divisions will receive a cordial welcome. Attend the general meeting Wednesday evening. This will be the first meeting of the kind held here for a long time, and the County Board requests the attendance of every member of the order. Rev. Father Cummings, of Roscommon, Ireland, delivered a pleasing address to the Daughters of Erin of Providence at their last meeting. His appeals for aid for his new church are meeting with liberal responses, j The members oj Division 10 of San Francisco held a high jinks at Hibernia Hall recently. It, was largely attended and proved an enjoyable affair. An address by Judge Cooney was one of the features of the programme. The Hibernians of Minneapolis and St, Paul are prepared ,to make a great showing in the German Catholic parade which takes place in the latter city tomorrow. Let our Louisville Hibernians follow their example for the Fall Carnival. BACK HOME, KM, BIG FOUR TO ROUTE After Traveling Over Four Hundred Miles in a Buggy Indianapolis Peoria CHICAGO AND ALT. POINTS IN INDIANA and . . . MICHIGAN. . . BEST TERMINALS . . UNION DEPOT Corner Seventh St. and River. CITY TICKET OFFICE No. 218 Fourth Ave. Irish-America- "Irish-America- IS. General Agent, Louisville, Ky. E. G. MCCORMICK, Tass. Traf. Mgr., WARREN J. LYNCH, A. G. P. A., CINCINNATI. O. J. GATES, 0. J. CALLAHAN, HAKER OF FINE Boots and Shoes 1708 Seventh Street, Work Guaranteed and Repairing Neatly Done. JOE BREEN'S EXCHANGE Seventeenth and Rowan. Finest Quality of Wines and Liquors Flan Lunch Every Saturday Might. LAWLER- -- s. COONEY. LAWLER'S M M OJVARCn A SUPERIOR N OI3WI CIGAR. 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Only line stopping at Hide Park Station (Chicago Beach Hotel). Get tickets and sleeping car bertha at city ticket office, 818 Fourth avenue, and at depot 8. J. Galea, Gen eral Agent. Saturday, et r . PALL RACES. I . SUNDAY MATINBB. MatineM Ssaday. Monday, WedaaadaT, Satarday. WttK erpT Otrli a I r The fall meeting of, the Louisville Driving Association opens Monday, September 2d, with purses aggregating the immense sum of $40,000. The entries embrace the fasteat trotting bones in the United States, which should draw a large daily attendance. The races last six days. RICE AND BARTON'S BURLESQUERS I'RHSHNTING f, OUo, "McDOODLE'S ft. FLATS" And a tfrat-Clt- o