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LOUISVILLE: SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1899. bourg exerted every Influence and dangerous and unusual circumstances obliged them to use all the resources of their innate genius to save the excursionists from what seemed inevitable destruction in the famed and far away mountains. We stood in wrapt amazement and extreme nervous tension held our breath as the two heroes worked with entire unselfishness in their noble efforts to prevent sadness nnd sorrow in the homes of our city. Mr. Dubourg, backed by Capt. Pemberton, Engineer O'Leary and 'Squire Goodman, intends to introduce a resolution in the City Council calling for a unanimous vote of thanks for the great work performed and the heroic services rendered by which our citizens were not obliged to meet a funeral train instead of the happy company that left our city on the ever memorable occasion. All hail to the heroes. In our sylvan retreat during the season of oppressive heat we were able to recupei ate our lost energies and had all hopes of complete restoration, but were unfortunately retarded by the sickly letters of him who dared to usurp our place; to use our name; by the strange metemorphosis of Charley Lewis, Garret Lee, Will" and Dennis Ryan; the colored Goebel evangelists, too, who invaded our town to teach colored Democracy to the unfortunate citizens left without our spirited assistance and the efforts of our pen. Add to all this the "quoted" poetry of him of Frankfort, who once loved us with the love of the Midway here today and away tomorrow and who tel!s us that the "fair" has at last aroused the custodians of the "State's stables" to a full sense of their importance. Oh! in the name of all towns and things along the Kentucky river, D. J. M. ring off and save us from poetry and Midway in this life, and we may have some chance of hearing celestial harmony in the world which lies beyond the Franklin hills. er LACE CURTAIN LAUNDRY, . VVe lead and never follow. Our. work 'In lauaderlag lace curtains at 20c a pair gives en- tire satisfaction. Work called for and delivered. First-clas- s serlce. MAD. BADEY, 625 Sec oad St. Telephone 2631. VOLUME III. NO. 12. PRICE FIVE CENTS. and a corps of.'vaudeville stars. The programme consists of specialties followed by a clever burlesque written by the Burke Brothers, and which, judging by reports, is the best effort these popular comedians have yet made. There are a number of catchy musical novelties presented by the chorus, which is composed of very attractive girls. The costumes are unusually elaborate and no expense has been spared to make "Wine, Woman and Song" one of the leading burlesque organizations of the season. FROM SHELBY. John Young1 Brown Addresses tlio Most Representative Meeting Yet Held. I epurturo ol' n Number of Brnve Young Kcntuekiiiiis for the Philippines. each side of ham I lay the German and American warships. A hurrican broke q port, and the British over the warship alone cssaped from Work Well Inaugurated and the harbor. In Egypt arid in the firstthe fatal Soudan Carnival City Will Soon campaign Commander Kane played an I Be a Reality. active cart, but he. will be Ion? retnem- j bered for the gallant and thrilling escape from Apia. Rear j Admiral Kane is a of Irish One of the Big Features Will ' 1member nun a t distinguished Tl family, . t. 1 . C . TF weing u ui wie.jtut; oir isuueri jvunc, Day, Be Irish-Americauthor of "Resources of Ireland," and one of his brothers Jwas a member of the Octoher 17. Jesuit Order of Dublin. reef-boun. '. A an ELKS' FAIR. I himself in command of the Calliope in the port of Africa in Samoa, while on GETTING READY. Housing Meeting nt Hibernian Hall Last Wednesday Evening. Irish-America- FRANKFORT, Louisville Board of Trade and Commercial Club to Be Entertained. Farewell Supper Tendered Col. O'Connor by tho Golden Hour Club. ns Father Fitzgerald Prenched a Splendid Sermon at the Consecration. YAH COMING Will Open With the Biggest Parade Ever Held In Kentucky. GOYERNOR AND STAFF TO BE PRESENT SHAN TO THE CARNIYAL ..cilhcjQW.thc,Squiru.declflreshe.j Letter to the Kentucky Irish American.! SHKMiYViM.it, Sept. 22. No death in recent years which has occurred here in Catholic circles has caused as much sorrow and sympathy as that of Miss Nellie O'Donnell, a notice of which appeared in this paper last week. Mrs. Ellen O'Connell, the aged wife of Michael O'Connell, died Monday night week at her home in Croppers. She had been an invalid for several years. Besides her husband several children survive her. Funeral services were conducted at the church by Father Fitzgerald, and the interment was in Grove HilLcemetery. The "Colonel" and several lady friends went on a day's outing to Torrent and Natural Bridge quite recently.- They had a splendid time and every one seemed to enjoy themselves immensely. The "Colonel" says the place resembles the Hills of Connemara verv nice to look at but not to live in. By the way, it seem3 that he is just now the busiest man in town; that with air blast stoves and other kiuds of blastings the Colonel seems to be getting things on the "move." Oh! the times! Politics, politics, politics! Nothing in the air but Brown, Taylor and Goebel. Men have neglected their farms to talk about the nominees. This tendency has at last overcome some of our public men, and finally Judge Beard, 'Squire Goodman, Councilman Dubourg and a few chosen witnesses left town in supreme disgust and sought a shady resting place on the Mount Eden Special - Shan Van Vocht. FROM THE COAST. Dan Harnedy's Observations En Route to San Fran- cisco, Cal. Letters received here this week from Dan Harnedy, who left Louisville recently for San Francisco, announce that he has accepted a position with the Union Iron Works, now building the first-clabattleships Ohio and Wisconsin. He states that the trip out was very ss The final details for the big Fall carnival to be held here October 9 to 21 have been made. Work has been well inaugurated at the carnival grounds, and the Carniual City will be" a reality within a week. Not only in Louisville, but throughout the whole State, have come the most encouraging assurance of hearty for this big commercial enterprise, which is to mean so much to Louisville's advancement in every way. The exposition, as already outlined, will include the most varied entertainments ever offered of a similar affair. Street fair committeemen all over tht United States liave written the Louisville Elks congratulating them on the excellence of their plans, and assuring them that unless all signs fail the Louisville carnival will be the biggest yet held. The main entrance to the exposition will be at Floyd and Broadway, extending south on Floyd to Breckinridge and west to Brook. These streets will be lined on either side with attractive booths, where the most varied displays will be made by every line of business in Louisof Louisville's ville. The best business men in the matter of taking booth space indicates that they appreciate sincerely the opportunity to display their wares under the most advantageous circumstances. Arrangements have been made to estab' lish complete police, fire and ambulance departments at the grounds. The will be at the northwest corner, head-auarters style fall bonnet, provided she can induce Capt. Pemberton or O'Leary to accompany her to the city, as she is rather timid traveling alone. Circuit Court is in session here this week and many of the boys are leaving d for a few weeks' visit to their and accommodating country cousins. The following young men have left fnr Fort Riley, Kas under command of Lieut. Galleher, of the United States army, for service in the Philippines: JohnRitter, Alonzo Wiggs, Will Petty, Bennett Blakcly, Chilton Goodnight, William D. Hall, and eight others who were enlisted from various parts of the county. The boys are to remain at the above fort for several months before they embark for the Philippines. We wish them all Godspeed and hope they will come safely back to old Shelby with much riches and honors. The Triduum preparatory to the solemn consecration of the parish to the Sacred Heart closed on Sunday night with impressive ceremonies. Father Fitzgerald preached a splendid sermon and read the act of consecration. Every family in the congregation was represented and the attendance at all the seryices was very gratifying and most consoling in results. Mr. John Cotter has a magnificent house to let. He is willing to make terms on easiest conditions, and to the proper party will cheerfully throw himself in. Application in person or by letter will receive the closest consideration. It is desirable also that applicants enclose photographs, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith and to avoid mistakes. Come early and avoid the rush! Father Major, of Frankfort, visited our pastor the past week. Hon. G. G. Gilbert, our Congressman, took occasion Tuesday afternoon, during a recess of the court, in response to frequent calls from the crowd, to deliver a speech for Goebel and the ticket. Though an impromptu one, it was one of the very beat that has been made here. It waa a masterly piece of facts and logic that had such telling effect upon the audience as to convert several of our erring brothers to their right placea in the Democratic kind-hearte- ... vVI L ii if with his friends will try many cases. He wnen ne arnveu sun rrancisco nau on plete ambulance service will be on all gala attire welcoming home the sol- the time. Exhibitors will have superb furthermore deposeth that a very good her case was tried a few days ago. Those diers from Manila, who were arriving protection. The space in the Louisville being very who know the genial 'Squire have reason nearly every day, all of them street fair is offered at a lower rate than of this "case" in severe on Gen. Otis. He was favorably ever before at any similar undertaking. to question the nature impressed with San Francisco, where particular. One of the big features of the Louisn business is now getting all right and Brown spoke in Hon. John Young ville Exposition will be Hall last Saturday to a large, intelli- everybody is employed. He pronounces day on Tuesday, October 17. Prominent will make gent and enthusiastic audience. Speak- the city a second New York, with all citizens ing with the eloquence of younger days, nationalities represented, and says "if addresses, and all the Irish Societies his speech was received with the greatest Kentucky has the negro in plenty, so also will have an official and active part. has got the Chinaman." applause. So far this was easily the most California The Harp of Erin will be seen on all Of the Hibernians Mr. Harnedy says political gathering that has representative instances as well as the Shamrock. In yet taken place in this town. Goebel there are twenty divisions in San Fran- fact, throughout the besides numerous other cisco, seems to lead in the race, however. State are taking the deepest interest in societies, among them the Red We are delighted to learn that the Elks' this day, and will combine to make it a Branch Knights, Knights of Tara, Carnival will have an grand and long to be remembered event. day. Well, the "Shan Van" will be Knights of St. Patrick, Cork Rebels, Gov. Bradley and his staff have there with her best ribbons and newest Donegal, Fermenagh and County Ccvan accepted the invitation to be present on Associations ffl6'ydiid-BreckitigTid'gend-cLay-soIrish-AmericIrish-America- n Irish-AmericaIrish-AmericIrish-Americ- and many others Men's whose names are omitted. He also visited the Boston and the Iowa and two German warships lying in the harber. He concludes as follows: "I was out at the Golden Gate Sunday and spent three hours on the beach. It was beautiful to hear the Pacific surge, roar and break on the sands as I used to hear the Atlantic when a child in Ireland." COUNTY BOARD Entertained by Young Men's Division After Tuesday Night's Session. The County Board of the Ancient Order of Hibernians held o very interesting meeting Tuesday evening in conjunction with the Young Men's Division. Because of the general meeting of the order the next evening the attendance was not as large as had been anticipated. Matters pertaining to the welfare of the order were ably discussed by Presidents Cunningham, Hennessy, Keenan and Sullivan, State Secretary Coleman, Nick Sheridan, Harry Brady, Lawrence Mackey and Will McCarthy. After the business for which the meeting was called had been transacted President Frank Cunningham invited the. members of the board and visiting members to remain and partake of the hospitality of the Young Men's Division, which was dispensed with a lavish hand iy Messrs. Martin Mullen, John Kilker, John Yenner, Will McCarthy and others. After cigars had been lighted Will McCarthy delighted and surprised those present by bis.siuging, and was followed by others who performed choice selections on the piano. After two' hours of real enjoyment the social session was adjourned. DANCING Kentucky day, October 21, and have also been asked to be here Octocber 9, the opening day, to take part in the inaugural ceremonies. The opening day will be marked by the biggest civic and military parade ever held in Kentucky, and will be just such a demonstration as will attract thousands of visitors from far and near. One of the features of this parade will.be the floats, contributed by Louismanufacturers. and ville merchants The desigus already submitted to the Committee on Parade and Review show that they will be the most elaborate ever attempted here. Twenty bands of music will be in line; the new State guard will turn out, aud all the lodges, uniformed and otherwise, willhave.a large representation in line. The admission to the Louisville street fair has been placed at ten cents, which is the lowest rate, yet offered for a street For this fair in the United States. admission the visitor is given entrance to the entire exposition and carnival grounds. The Midway of the Louisville exposi-sitio- n will be the most varied and attractive. While it will be bright, it will have no objectionable features, and the German village will be tliq most complete mapped out since the one at Chicago in 1893. People of maajj nations will mingle on this Midway, tfhere wjll be bright yed girls from the Orient, swarthy Arabs from the Sahara girls from Italy, and in fact it will be a congress of nations. Attractive rates have been made on all railroads entering Louisville, and from the request for space already received there is absolutely no doubt that the attendance to the Louisville carnival will be the largest ever in this city. a oallant'irishman. Two of the most interesting figures in the English navy today are also two Irishmen Lord Charles Beresford and Rear Admiral Kane. While the former has added to his many interests by entering the political nreiia, the latter has just made a formal request to the Admiralty that he may be permitted to retire after a years. This anservice of forty-on- e nouncement recalls the brilliant achievement of Rear Admiral Kane (then Captain) ten years ago, when he saved the. Calliope from the Satuoan hurricane which destroyed six American and German warships. In March, 1889, he found SCHOOL. Miss Josie Houlihan will open her dancing school at Norton Hall, Ninth and Broadway, on Wednesday evening, October 4, She Is one of the best teachers of dancing in the city, and her class this season should be an unusually large ranks. one. Her friends are invited to attend Mrs. M. L. Dubourg returned recently the initial dance and spend an enjoyable from a visit to friends and relative in even! ng, Newport. Put the names of the streets at every inDaring the "Colonel's" recent visit to Bridge he and Councilman Du tersection and where they can be Natural sn. Next week the Meffert Stock Company will present for the first time in this city the great play entitled "Carmen," a drama made famous by Olga Nethersole. TRINITY COUNCIL. AV11I Make a Flue Showing in It will have a complete and creditable Tho Hibernians Open the Season presentation. This play, one of the most the Great Opening With a Hop and Stag remarkable of the century, is dramatized Stag Party at the Opening Parade. The Social. from Prospec- Merimee's story of that of the Newjdub House is considered in France a clasname, and a JoljyOne. sic fiction. It will be most magnificently MEET AGAIN NEXT THURSDAY NIGHT. mounted and costumed, and theater PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP. goers will do well to secure their seals Trinity Council met in social session early. Monday evening for the purpose of celebrating the formal' opening of its new That clever concoctiori of fun, music Special Correspondence of the Kentucky are deeply That the club house, which is one of the hand- - interested in Louisville's progress was and specialties galore, "A Hot Old Irish American. 1 manifested by the large attendance at (Time," will have its first presentation Frankfort, Sept. 22 The hop given the general mcetirg nt Hibernian Hall here at the Avenue next Sunday after- by Division 1, Ancient Order Hibernians, last Wednesday night, which had been noon. The company includes some well- - last Monday evening was a grand social called by the County Board of the An- known entertainers, and many seats have as well as financial success, and was atcient Order of Hibemiaus for the pur- already been sold. tended by all the younger members of pose of determining in what manner HON. JOHN MARSHALL. the order and many invited friends. An with the Elks in they would excellent orchestra rendered fine music, celebrating the fall carnival. and the young people tripped the light County President John A. Murphy fantastic until the "wee sma' hours." called the meeting to order and briefly Sketch of the Popular Repub Miss Clara Harris, the beautiful and stated its object. Secretary John J. Gro lican Candidate For Lieuaccomplished daughter of Mr. and Mrs. gan called the roll of the divisions and tenant Governor. Sol Harris, who formerly resided in the President of each reported in favor of Frankfort, but for the past four years taking part in the parade on the opening day. Mr. John Marshall, candidate for Lieu has resided in Anderson, Ind., is visitEnthusiastic aud spirited talks were tenant Governor on ticket, ing Miss Nellie Sullivan, on Madison Miss Harris' many friends in made by County President Muryhy, State though still a young man, who has been avenue. President Martin Cusick, Councilmeu content to quietly practice his profession Frankfort will be delighted to know that Feeney and McElliott, Tom Keenan, instead of seeking prominence or office, she is visiting her native city. The stag social given by Division 1, John Barrett, Newton G. Rogers, Patrick has attained high rank as a lawyer and is Sullivan, State Secretary Colemau, Pat- popular with all, irrespective of politics, Ancient Order Hibernians, to their friends rick Holly, Frank G. Cunningham, the as attested by the "office seeking the last Wednesday evening proved quite a n editor of the Kentucky man" the only times he has consented o pleasant affair socially, and the large and others, all pointing out the necessity be a candidate, in 1897 and in this cam crowd present spent a very enjoyable time. of every citizen to assist in advertising paign. Euchre, casino and other games PRESIDENT JAMES B. KELLY. Mr. Marshall was born in this city in were indulged in, while the members and their home city and thereby greatly insomest and best arranged in this city, creasing the volume of business of our 1850 aud received his education in our their friends smoked choice Havana?, which is equipped wjtli a gymnasium merchants and manufacturers. public schools, counting among his life- and at 10 o'clock a delightful lunch was second to none. The main hall is 150 William M. Higgins made a motion long friends most of his school mates. served. feet long, with stage, where the council that the body take part in the grand Sunday night last the Golden Hour He studied law and was admitted to the will hereafter give Us musical, literary which was unanimously adopted bar in 1879, remaining with John Mason Club, in accordance with a time honored and other entertainments. The halls on amidst great applause. Brown for five .years. In 1885 he formed custom, gave a farewell supper to Mr. L. the upper floor will ;oe used for parlors, Upon motion an Executive Committee n partnership with the late George Lochrc, A. O'Connor, who left Monday for his reception rooms and meetings. was appointed to make the necessary ar- an able young Irishman, and the two future home in Kuoxville, Tenn. The About 300 invitedguests were present rangements for the parade, nnd deter- young attorneys made their mark in the following sat down to supper at 9 o'clock: when PresidtKellinifoduced, in a mine the manner, of celebrating Irish- - courts jn several important casesrank-lu- g laost-iie- s them' WiUiffieJ'abTesriawyers at'tfie Secretary Weiscnperg, Secretary McNa-mar- a, tj iM nrrtfiyJo' Ed w rd J.M "AmScai?flay, l'October lY."The com- the orator of the evening, who mittee is as follows: Charles Feeney, Kentucky bar. In 1891 the firm became and Messrs. O'Connor, Lutkeuieier, delivered an nddress that was received President Board of Councilmen, Chair- Gibson, Marshall & Lochre, and con- Downey. Lewis, Dolan and Ringgold. A with enthusiasm. Grand Director Harry man; John J. Barrett, Newton G. Rogers, tinued till the death of Lochre in 1894. swell supper was served, during which Swann and President James B. Kelly also George J. Butler, William M. Higgins Mr. Marshall, though regarded as one old times were freely discussed and many made short but interesting talks. of our ablest attorneys and universally regrets expressed at the departure of their and Frank Cunningham. The gymnastic feats of the Koster popular, has neversought office. He has friend. In a short speech Mr. O'Connor It was decided to invite all brothers and Dave Welch and their to participate, and all are urged to been repeatedly urged by his friends, but thanked the club for its thoughtfulness, sparring exhibition were very amusing. come to Hibernian Hall next Thursday only twice has he consented. In 1897 he making his last day in his native city so Refreshments of all kinds were served night, when another public meeting will was the Republican nominee for Judge of pleasant and enjoyable. in abundance, and all present enjoyed held. The programme for the Frankfort the Law and Equity Court against the themselves to the fullest, and voted the The Hibernian Knights and St. Pat- popular Judge Sterling B. Toney, and Street Fair, October W to 7, continues opening of the new club house a success. rick's Cadets will head the though the ticket was handicapped with to grow in interest, and it has now n The Reception Committee were Ben F. division. No excuses will be ac- several obnoxious candidates, Marshall become a general affair instead of a local Hund, Dr. Lammers, Robert G. Strube, cepted, as everybody is expected to turn led his ticket by several thousand votes celebration, as at first intended. Tues-da- p Michael McCarthy, Edward Gilderhouse out on this occasion. and carried the city by 150, being dethe fair will be opened by State and and William Bossung, who won praises feated by only a few hundred votes in city officials; and this promises to be a for the handsome manner in which they IRISH-AMERICASOCIETY the total vote of the county. His large brilliant day in Frankfort's history, being entertained the guests of the evening. vote then against Judge Toney fully at- the first affair of prominence in the city Trinity Council expended about $800 tests Mr. Marshall's reputation with the since the Centennial. The "big" day to fit up the club house, and now invite A Cood Attendance Thursday people irrespective of politics. will be Wednesday, which has been desevery worthy young man to join their His nomination for Lieutenant Gov ignated Louisville day. Mayor Dehoney Night New Constitutions ernor on the Republican State ticket was and others have succeeded in securing ranks. The worthy and efficient PresiDistributed. likewise unsolicited and unanimously the acceptance of an invitation by the dent is James B. Kelly, to whose efforts the council owes a large share of its tendered. He is a thorough gentleman, Board of Trade and Commercial Club of success. There was a fairly good attendance of able lawyer, firm in his convictions but the Falls City, and a thousand people liberal in his views, whose name is a will be entertained from that city by the members at the meeting of the FINALLY SETTLED. Society Thursday night, when tower of strength on any ticket. Mr. Fair. The popular Newsboys' Band has Marshall is making an active canvass, but been engaged to furnish the music for President Keenan took the chair. The regular order of business was sus- it is clean and honorable, as becomes the the four days. The Machinery Question Dis- pended in order that final action might man; it is not his nature to resort to the Bluegrass day will.be fittingly observed posed of by Coopers' be taken on the question of taking part schemes, billingsgate and vituperation on Thursday. The officials of Lexington, Versailles and all other surrounding in the parade on the opening day of the too common in political campaigns. International. towns will be present, and Prof. Henry Fall Carnival and the committee be apTHIS IS SILLY. Saxton's Band will lead an imposing with the Executive pointed to As Lexington and FrankMr. P. G. Dawson, Louisville's dele- Committee appointed at the meeting procession. gate to the International Coopers' Union Wednesday evening. fort have long been at "outs" this will convention, which was in session at Minand Speaking of the fall celebration, Mr. Chicago Chewing Gum Man be occasion for n formal "make-up- " will give an opportunitiv for a display of neapolis last week, arrived home Mon- Thomas W. Tarpey said it would bring Offered Sure Seat by the day evening. He reports the convention fame o Louisville greater than anything "hostillies ceasing." Irish Party. the most successful ever held by the ever before, and expressed the hope that Centennial day will be Friday, when a coopers. The machinery question, one there would not be an Irishman. in Louismonument will be unveiled on Ann of the most important to the trade, caused ville who would not turn out on the day From London comes the news that T. street by the State Historical Society. An a great deal of discussion, but was finally o the parade. He also paia a high F. Harvey, of Chicago, who made a for- elaborate programme is being arranged settled to the satisfaction of all the dele- tribute to the Louisville Elks. Joe tune recently in the chewing gum combi- and gentlemen of prominence will be the gates. There will be six hundred Nevin was also heartily in favor of the nation, has been staying in Ireland, where orators. Mr. Dawson says the delegates were movement, and urged every man to in- he was born. A section of the Irish party school children to assist in the cereentertained in the best manner possible, vite his neighbor. This was an oppor- has offered him one of their sure seats at monies. the principal events being the visit to the tunity that should not be neglected to the next election, but he will not decide Four continuous free shows will perIndustrial Fair held under the auspices of boom the city in a business way regarding it until he returns from his form during the entire four days in additht Minneapolis workingmen and a grand Thomas D. Clairfe said this was the forthcoming visit to America. tion to many other attractions, such as ball given in honor of the delegates and proper time for displaying the number of He has been on intimate terms with the balloon ascensions, boat.races, etc. The visitors on the evening preceding the adwho are interested in leaders of the various sections while in naval fireworks at night on the Kenjournment of the convention. Louisville's prosperity. Ireland, and to a representative of the tucky river banks will be on an extenThe reports of the international officers ' On the whole, this will be a sive scale, President Keenan appointed M. W. Associated Press he said: were of a most encouraging nature and Murphy, Thomas Camfield, Joe Nevin, "I believe the prospects are good for 'a' brilliant affair in the "OULCapitaP'City." augur well for the future of the coopering Thomas W. Tarpey, John Kenneyand reunion of all the elements and the preD.J. M. trade. W. C. Linco)n as the committee from the sentation of a practically solid Irish front ' MERITED SUCCESS. Mr. Dawson expressed himself as someSociety.; against English Conservatism." what surprised at the perfect organization Messrs, Rogers, Butler and Higgins, of William O'Brien's newspaper, the Irish Not quite five years ago James A. Ross of all branches of labor to be found in the Executive Committee, invited all to People, made its first appearance iti Dubsurprised his friends by announcing his Minneapolis and the Northwest. organ be present at the general meeting at lin this week. The of engaging in business for Hibernian Hall next Thursday evening, of Reunited Ireland maintains that all intention himself., For the preceding fourteen AGED CITIZEN DEAD. when a full report will be made and the Irish forces must; be recast and reyears he had been with the C, C. Meneel badges distributed. They asked these created to insure success. Comnanv. where he was verv oonulnr Last Saturday morning Henry Lauer, present to also bring their friends. Lwith the large number of .men employed, one of Louisville's oldest and most highVISITING HIS PARENTS. From present indications more wuo regretted to see mm leave. He enly esteemed German-America- n citizens, will take part in this carntval passed to his eternal reward after a brief parade than in any other ever seen here. Rev. Father Murphy, the popular tered the grocery and produce business of Mary Magdalene's at Eight and St. Catherine streets, and illness incident to old age. His funeral The new constitutions were received young pastor goneSt. Boston, where he from the first his success has been pheto occurred Monday, the remains being fol- and distributed to the members. churcli, has lowed to. St. Stephen's cemetery by a will spend two weeks with his parents. nomenal. His present quarters are filled During his absence Father Henry will to overflowing with a stock of first-clalarge concourse of friends and acquaintTHEATRICAL ATTRACTIONS. officiate at that church t goods, and his many patrons will be glad eighty-fou- r ances. The dscsased, who was to learn that he contemplates enlarging c If you want two and a half hours' solid years of age, was the father of Mrs, JAILER PFLANZ BETTER. the house 'he now occupies to accommoHenry Seiboldt and Henry C. Lauer, the enjoyment, by all means go to the Buck This is. alt the n Jefferson-strewine mer- ingham next week and see the operatic R. Pflanz, who has been date his growing trade. Jailer John burlesque entitled "Wine, Woman and seriously ill of nervous prostration since more remarkable when.it is .rememWed chant and liveryman. Song." The title itself suggests a good the of his daughter some weeks that he entered a field containing many - Girls should never throw kisses; its al- time, but in this case the title Is backed e and' ex pe ri e tt cert obmpe Htor s . sgo, has again resumed his duties. There most impossible for a girl to hit the ob- up by an exceptionally strong company, hve been many callers at the jsir to con- There will be a jolly cerebration of histt ject she throws at. fifth anniversary in the business world, headed by the famous Burke Brothers gratulate him upon his recovery.' Irish-Americai Irish-Americapa-rad- e, " Are Alive to Louisville's Business Interests. JyentviMce Irish-America- N Irish-Americ- Irish-America- Irish-Americ- Irish-America- ss well-kriow- et ,dth old-tim- KENTUCKY IRISH JVlMCEieiOISr The arbitrariness of mine owners in Illinois, who rather tnau meet ttttMIMMtMMIHMIMHMM their employes for conference and Oovoted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans. settlement of differences imported negroes to work in the mines, has WILLIAM 1VI. HIGQINS, caused riots resulting in twenty-eigbadly deaths and fifty-eigSINGLE COPY, 5c. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. wounded; disorder bordering on n Matter. fullered nt the Louisville Poatofflco as anarchy riienaciug life and property KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, 326 West Oreen Street Addiersall and suspending business in several counties, costing the State thou-- 1 sands of dollars for troops, and the end is not yet. Either the imported KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. PubllnUer. m I How ht ht Are street, near Thirteenth. A large crowd was present and all expressions indicated that every one had spent a pleasant Tliprf wna imrul music and Airfnitirf " 7 b' -- " dancing, and as a final feature a comical cake walk was introduced, in which five Miss Maggie Campion returned Mon couples participated. The cake was won visit to New York by Miss Annie Eihl and little Tommy day from a Keenan. The proceeds of the entertainCity. ment will be used for charitable purposes. Mr. J. W. O'Neil was among the Louis-villiaA surprise party was tendered Mrs. P. spending the week at West Baden Springs. M. Andriotlast Monday evening in honor Refreshments were of her birthday. Miss Minnie Kttley has returned from a served and dancing indulged in until a pleasant visit with Miss Cora Dodge in late hour, music being rendered by the Charlcstown, I ml. Orient Mandolin and Guitar Club. Several vocal selections were rendered by Miss Beezie Hannon has returned from a visit of several weeks' duration in New air. George Munsch and Miss Nora Gramic. Those present were Misses Rose York and the Hast. Vissmau, Rulh Newfield, Emma Andriot, Mrs. Frank Scott, of Chicago, spent the Justina Meyers, Maud Newfield, Mamie past week here as the 'guest of Mrs. Mary Bartell, Mary and Katie Andriot, Nora Gramic, Mary Frazier, Mamie Vissman, Median, 1107 East Brpadway. Gertrude and Birdie Newfield, Lillie John P. Lynch is home from New York Frazier, Virgie Andriot and Irma Frazier; and Washington, Where he has been Messrs. George Schumann, Archie Hatspending the past three weeks. field, D. Ellis, George Munsch, George Will Fernback, Chris Mr. Edward Barber, of Utica, Intl., is Funk, Gus Harrer, Gramic, Gus Schmidt, Everett Rowling, here on a visit as a guest of his cousin, K. Henry Funk, Will Meagher, Edward and W. Proctor, of Eighteenth street. Lawrence Andriot, E. J. Smith, Mr. and Misses Lutie and Florence Matthigly Mrs. Will Nicoline, James Frazier, P. M. are home again, after spending the sum Andriot and Frank Andriot, Sr. nicr in Marion, Nelson and Larue counties. ten-day- s' Sccotid-Clin.- Your Teeth? If they need attention there is have them fixed than at the 110 LOUISVILLE, K.Y., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, iSgg. and protested. One feature of these meetings was the Jews ignored them, having too much sense to be gulled into seconding the move of notoriety seekers, too much selfrespect to indulge in bluster and vituperation, too much knowledge of public affairs and the proprieties of international courtesy to con deinn or denounce a nation aud government for the acts of a court, and finally the Jews well knew that the most active of their professed friends in this matter have only hatred for them. The rebuke of these ranters by the Jews, though silent, was emphatic. TYPOTHETAE RETROGRESSIVE. The United Typothetae, an association of employing printers, lias taken a step backward. A year ago it agreed to recognize and cooperate with the International SUNSET SCENES Typographical Union in establishing Right Next to Avenue Theater. uniform hours and equitable wages, Observed from a Ship on the with the result that much was Their prices are the lowest, work the best, and North Coastof the Emeraccomplished without friction or all guaranteed. They will treat you right. ald Isle. trouble. At the meeting last week IIHIUKIHBKU THIS ILACI2: a motion to authorize the Executive The following grand description of a Committee to confer with the Ex sunset on the north coast of Ireland is Kiven by Josephine I,. Tabour in the ecutive Council of the Interna Minneapolis Progress: tttt tional Typographical Union to 1-All through the afternoon we had been FOURTH ST. JjJJ further the interests of the print sailing along the north co.ist of Ireland. The gray clouds that had been hanging ing craft and arbitrate all differ over us for days gave place to sunshine, ences that may arise, was defeated The law to furnish free school that lent n greater charm to the sea and aftet a long and acrimonious dis books to pupils of the public schools the dark distant lulls. The haze surrounding the far away Miss Bruce Scott, of Chicago, who is cussion. Later the Typothetae whose parents are too poor to pay Scottish mountains and hills changed here visiting her grandmother, Mrs. Mary resolved to not recognize hereafter for them is all right, aud no reason from gray to blue, while the nearer hills What They Have Been Doing .Meehan, East Broadway, will return liom B the Typograpical Union or any able person will object to it. Hut and ragged rocks of Ireland were thrown next week. the Past Week General by the soft light. Th News Notes. labor organization. gooa laws are otten rendered so into bolder relief mi Miss Lily P. Halligan has left for Ciu air grew warm and soft. Everybody mi Well, so much worse for the odious by abuse as to cause their gathered on the decks to watch tb cinnati, where she will take a course of Typothetae. One would think repeal. The free school book law changing outlines of the rocks, hills an music in the Conservatory of Music of Attend the general meeting next we passed About 5 Thursday night. II" that the Typothetae had learned was never intended to furnish schoo! point of land.Causeway,"o'clock its strange that place. with the "Giant's Division has candidates for initiation ffl IN Miss Eddie Median, who for sometime something by its experience in de books to children of people owning ly fluted pillars of basaltic rock. Strange due for Tuesday evening. 1 MISS KATE SMITH, Lady Assistant and Embalmcr. jj old sentinel of the sea, washed by the has been making her home in Chicago parting from its orginal purpose o: houses from which they derive Nick Sheridan is developing into a parand for th spent the past week'with her mother on liamentarian of no mean ability. waves for ft protecting and advancing the print rent, as it is reported has been done rains havecenturies, down oncenturies cold East Broadway. Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice. beaten those K years to at one of the West End schools brown rocks. Seasons have come and Miss Nellie Median, of 1301) West The meeting of Division 3 was very Z hip art, and devoting ten 2 S. E. COR. EIGHTH AND JEFFERSON STS. ft well attended Wednesday evening. gone, people have lived and died, ship: Madison street, has returned from a de trying to crush labor unions an causing much comment not at all jjj TELEPHONE 810. Division 2 will furnish a fund of amuse jjjj passed and repassed, some of them never business and pleasure ment for visitors experience detrimental to employer complimentary to the free school to return, but the great columns of rocks lightful Thursday night, next trip to New York and Atlantic City. meets Wednesday evening Division and employe alike and demoralizing book law or the management of our still stand grim, silent and unchanged The marriage of Miss Katie Danaher, There will be a big turnout of members. and ruinous to the craft as a whole, public schools. Whoever is re Ifrom the "Giant's Causeway" it is but fourteen miles across the channel to the a popular young lady of the East End The Hibernian Rifles of Newport, R This idea was certainly indicated by sponsible for such favoritism has Mull of Kintyrc on the coast of Scotland and Capt. Daniel O'Kcefe, of the United I., closed n most successful fair Tuesday m ft their conciliatory action last year violated the law, misapplied public Having a fair day and a smooth sea vi States army, is announced to take place evening. z m The excursion to Newport of the Hi We hope the last move of the funds, encouraged imposition, and sailed much nearer the Irish coast than soon. m we could otherwise have done, and passed bernian Battalion last Sunday was largely ft Jim Ross is arranging to give a "mar - Typothetae is not a preliminary to should be made an example of. between the mainland and the Island o DESIGNERS AND BUILDERS OF attended. m for a time Robert Bruce ned men's dance" at Ninaweb Park m the reuewal of the strife with labor Charity funds are a sacred trust for Rathlin, where Lawrence Mackey and Frank Cun found shelter. This little island is run October It. He has selected Dave Reillv ninghani are the Daniel O'Connclls of ITALIAN MARBLE, AMERICAN AND SCOTCH ORANITE ft unions, but if it is, much as the those in need only. dered beautiful only by the surrounding as general manager of the affair. The Division 0. labor unions will regret it, they wil sea, the white surt beating always against invitations are limited strictly to married Pat' Sullivan- promises ft ' The Bjbers respectfully-bu- t firmly its granite sides, and green verdure cov men. surely fight, for their right to brga Irish letter for the Shan Van Vochl in the ft declined England's last demands, enng its rockv surface. Over 011 the Miss Hannah Twohig, of High avenue, near future. nize for protection aud betterment mainland was spread a pict who has been spending the past two ft President Meehan's tender of the hall and a voice in regard to hours and insist on the strict observance ure of beauty, the distant hillsides check months at the Northern lake resorts, m for the general meeting was heartily Artistic Work Only Solicited. Workshops and Studios, Carrara, Italy. wages, regulations and all that of the treaty of 1884, which England ered with the fields of ripening grain, the where she attracted much attention and indorsed by the members of Division ft long dark hedge rows aud the blue smoke mt affects them as employes, while is seeking to evade. The British curling upward from the chimnies of the made many friends, returned home last Had all the members the determination ft Ministry are again wrestling with group of tiny cottages so lazily sleeping Saturday. aud energy of Will McCarthy, the Young m WARER00MS, 322 to 328 WEST GREEN STREET, & fully conceding the employer his the question, and will doubtless pre at the foot of the hills. Here and there a Mr. Charles Mcehan's friends will be Men's Division would soon have a mem just control and rights as such little cottage stood in some sheltered glad to know that he has returned to bership of at least COO. The Typothetae, if it renews the pare another ultimatum, which nook among the rocks near the sea, or Louisville to accept a good position in Every reader of the Kentucky Irish labeled "positively the found lodgment high up 011 the side of the hardware house of Ben Voct. He American should aid in making the issue, will, we think, soon realize ought approaching carnival parade the feature 0 had been engaged the hills. Regretfully we left that things have changed in ten last," as they are becoming some scene to go down to the evening so fair a bal, Mo., for over a in business in Hanni of the entire celebration. 0 dinner, year. 0 o years: that their refusal to allow what monotonous, aud giving rise to But on coming up again all regret vau The meeting of Division 1 Tuesday 0 Mr. and Mrs. Chris Mueller entertained evening will be an interesting one. Sec 0 employes to organize for protection the belief that there is too much ished on beholding the glorious effect of host of friends Monday evening in 0 the setting sun. Behind one of the dock O and advancement while exercising bluster for much fight. But Eng hills the sun had dropped into the sea, honor of their son William, the occasion retary Tom Dolan's reading will prove a 0 to those who have not yet heard land will persist till she aggravates leaving a sheet of burnished gold as a being his twentieth birthday. There was surprise 0 that right themselves, is more re him. music and dancing and a sumptuous sup o The complimentary outing of Division pugnant to the popular sense of fair the Boers to break the peace, or background for the daik hills. Across per, and those present spent a really en 0 the gold was spread a zigzag cloud of 0 2 of Cincinnati last Sunday at Lookout play than it used to be; that the until she can find a scapegoat 011 dark gray, almost black, while just over joyable evening. 0 Park was the banner one of the season American people do not approve of whom to put the blame for her fail head a large line of white clouds were 0 Good Liquors a Specialty. Fifteen Ball Pool. 0 past record of the division iu matters Emmet B. Kennedy, who was quite The 0 across 0 the foreign idea of "master and ure to beguile or bully Oom Paul drifting slowly the blue sky. And as they well known here as a performer in ama of this kind was fully maintained. on these delicate clouds 0 floated Barney Call is announced as a candi 0 mau," which some of our employers into giving her what she wants. were edged with highest gold, until teur theatrfcals, left last week for St, M. HICKEY, PROPRIETOR. 0 Mary's College, Maryland, where he will date for Treasurer of Clark county. There gradually some unseen hand laid fine study seem intent on imitating and estab ihe Iransvaal question is getting for the priesthood. Emmet has the is no man better qualified for the place, 0 tracings of gold all over the snowy mass, best wishes of his many friends here for 0 Telephone 384. lishing in this country: that the to be a bore. His Hibernian friends would like to see 248 West Jefferson Street. 0 and off against the horizon, beyond the success in his noble departure. him nominated without opposition. a000000000e0000000a0000a00aaa0ae0aaaa0til00j; American workmen will resist it, Some employers in this country white and gold and blue, could be seen The services held Wednesday evening masts of coming or going ships, the tall Col. Mike Tynan, the popular Deputy now as ever contending for his full would like to have labor matters one or two but a speck against the distant Bailiff of the City Court, has been un by Divisiou 3 in memory of the late Cor JOHN U. PRANK. rights as a man and citizen, and nelius Burns were very impressive. Pres run like they are across the water. fky. The golden light grew dim and able to attend to business this week, be ident Sullivan paid an eloquent tribute fully conceding the same right to melted into changing colors of pink, blue detained by the Mill employes in the. Dundee and faint shades of copper, gray and ing come each day to crowds of friends to the many fine traits of character of the who congratulate him his employer; that arbitrariness in (Scotland) district organized uuions amethyst. The hills and rocky shores upon the arrival of a fine boy at his home. deceased. vioan employer is as repulsive as On the evening of October 2.'1 Division and presented to the "masters" pe grew darker under the changing lights of May the son emulate his father. 2 that division of Hibernian warhorses the growing sky. To the eastward faint lence in an employe; that labor titions for a small advance of wages. touches of pink and gold, blue and red, The marriage of Miss Mamie Gannon will give a "blow-out- " that can not be 812 and S14 CLAY STREET. unions, by intelligent conservatism, The "masters," who are organized, streaked the solt gray of the evening and and Isaac Evans will be solemnized next equaled by any society. It will be the Telephone 209-LOUISVILLE. T(Y. Wednesday. The announcement of their occasion of a "45" contest for a number have gained the good will of the touched bay with a refused to recognize the petitions, glow. Athe waters of the all sails set rosy engagement had been expected by their of handsome and valuable prizes. The was little boat with people, and the settlement of labor and, to crush the employes' unions, gliding toward the Scottish shore, where mends, who all join in wishing them a committee in charge intend to spare no differences by conference and arbi is efforts in making it a memorable event have closed down all their mills, a little village lay set round by hills and long and happy life. The bride-eletration, which the Typothetae re rocks and craggy points of land, and the handsome daughter of John Gannon, A social session will be held after the throwing 35,000 out of work. But where the rim of the sea touched the the Twelfth-stree- t grocer, and contest and nobody will go home hun jected, meets with almost universal a great favorite in social circles. After gry. Syracuse Sun. this is the United States, which shore was a long line of white sand. approval. A sleeping mist was closing rouud the the ceremony they will leave ou a bridal fact some of our employers fail to DESERVED PROMOTION. fast receding hills. The- silence of the trip through the East. The Republicans nominated a realize, especially in labor matters. night was broken-onlby the sounds in Miss Annie Median, who for several Miss Anna Boyle and Edward Bioderick our own ship. The gold in the west had fairly good ticket at their convenwere united in marriage at St. Cecilia's years has been one of the most valued 42S-4-3- 0 Some people do things just to faded into palest rose. The tall masts of church East Jefferson St. Wednesday afternoon, Rev. Fa- teachers in the Third ward school, has tion last Monday, but it ought to show their animus. The Typothetae, the invisible ships still lay against the ther Crane officiating. The ceremony been made. Principal of the new German-tow- n Olipolntr, S(l.f0 have been better, as they have after deciding to ignore clouds aud beyond, those strange ships, was school. Her promotion was de JBJlooti'lo witnessed by a large number of and oppose s plenty of material. Some Typographical Union, resolved not those rosy clouds, those distant purple friends of the contracting parties, who served and will give general satisfaction, Horses and Vehicles to hire at all hours, at reasonable rates. shadows, is country, friends, love and the the social circle in though tier lormer associates will miss TELEPHONE 1140.N of the candidates will not only run to use the union label. As the shining sun, while round us nothing but are very popular which they move. Following wedding her from their midst. far behind, but will prove a dead union label is the property of the strange, silent shores, clouds, mist and the happy couple left 011 a the bridal trip, sea and unknown ships sailing away into PALL RACES. weight to the ticket, which only Typographical Uuion, the Typothe tuc snaciows ot tue ntgnt. and after October 5 will be at home at 111) street. The fall meeting of the Louisville proves that the Republicans, like tae will hardly violate the last re NARROW ESCAPE. Driving and Fair Association opens Mon 111 solve. If they should they will Last Friday evening a delightful recep some other politicians, don't seem On Tuesday Francis McMenamin, pro tion was held at the residence of Mrs. day, which will be a half, holiday. The doubtless be made to understand ! to learn by experience, viz: an elestart at 1 :30 on the first day prietor of the Srabane Chronicle, nar oe Nickols, 1010 Portland avenue, in races will that they must not use the union J2:?Q during the rest of the week. and rowly escaped being drowned at Bun- - honor of Miss Maggie Crowe, of ment that has run behind and lost abel. the This trotting carnival promises to be the dorn, and had it not been for the courage Louisville Hotel, it being her eleventh best ever held here, as the fastest horses to the ticket in every elcctfon votes and bravery of Richard Mahoney he birthday. The evening was Who Is A spent in in Ca'pt. Dreyfus lias been pardoned, would never have reached the shore alive. for years should be relegated to the the country are entered for the big merry making known onlv to a partv of every one who understood the Mr., McMenamin went in to bathe, and purses ' offered, which aggregate the Two handsome Emblems of the Ancient Order of rear. happy and little lads and verdict and recommendation of the being an expert swimmer he swam a con- laeeee. Dainties of all kinds were served immense sum of 40,000. jT Hibernians will be awarded by the Kentucky Irish X could but expect, siderable distance beyond the danger to the little folks, present, and after havO'NEILL THE BOER. The Jews, who certainly felt mark There was a strong under current ing a very pleaeaat time the little guests American to the members receiving the highest num iftore than others could feel sorrow since the recommendation practi- on, and coming back he was seized with departed for A South African Scot, who recently their homes, wishing .Miss cally nullified the sentence. Of cramp and lhtt rendered utterly .' ber of votes, these coupons only to be used for ballots and indignation over the Dreyfus Maggie many happy returns orfher anni- visited Majuba Hill, reports that an Irishcourse the patriots ?) who Mr. tyakoneyt who was bathing at versary. ct, man named O'Neilllceepe a farm not far ease, conducted themselves in a protested' and resoluted, will stick the time, observing McMnamiain rotn the base of it. O'Neill, he states, commendable manner everywhere, shouted for help aud altliough a s married to a Dutch wife aud his sympaLaet Monday evening a highly enjoy feather in their hats' add boast thies are entirely in striking contrast to. the suddenly that they didrit, though it is certain poor ewintier courageously went to hie ble entertainment in the shape of a barn in O'Neill's house with the Boers. It was that eeietance. iauoe and cake, walk waa given by the was signed, and there, the treaty of peace readut-er- s the French Cabinet never heard of Record the Candidate on the First Line, Division on the Second; too, several men sympathetic and patriotic A man who lives only for today hu ladies of St. Patrick' congregation at who were wounded iu the disastrous enwho got up meeting, declaimed them. Tom Keenan' nothing In view tomorrow. new place, on Marke gagement breathed their last. negroes or the resident white miners will have to leave before there can be any permanent peece and all of this because of the of about six individuals. Sometimes it seems there is a little too much individual liberty in this country. ss better place to Louisville Dental Parlors, 544 FOURTH ST., Louisville Dental Parlors, X p HIBERNIANS. Gran W.Smith's Sons t HU 1 Funeral Directors And Embalmers.. I ItH HH ! two-week- s' A KM Muidoon Monument Gompanu MM - flonuments. ItH 11IIII1I2I1122112111S1S.XS3SSI1I11IHII to-b- PARADISE SAMPLE ROOM. J. Clay5treet Brewery, 2. WALTERS' ct well-know- n - II I IB Horse HENRY C. LAUER, n Per Henri. first-clas- 111 Thirty-fqurt- h EMBLEM CONTEST the Most Popular Hibernian? light-hearte- d court-marti- al power-lew- diffi-cutyt- a, a- -, f i I iEJsroDXJoreiY T, J. WATHEN Irish :&dnBifcxoAJNr 5S LEXINGTON. r CE III Miff, CREAMERY AND tj John Luby Now Grand President of tlie Young Men's Institute. Fall Trots Will Eclipse Anything of tho Kind Ever filven In BlRf", I For Governor, WILLIAM S. TAYLOR, Of Butler County. Kentucky. I THE KENTUCKY j 629 HinilTII ST. C5c Vanilla and Lemon, per gal For Lieutenant Governor, 75c Fruits and Chocolates, per gal JOHN MARSHALL. 7Cc Banana, per gal Coflee and Of Louisville. $1.00 Macaroon, per gal Almond and $1.00 to $1.25 Bisque and Tnttifnitti $1.00 For Secretary of State, Bricks and Euchre CALEB POWERS, 05c Sherbets and Ices Of Knox County. 60c Sweet Cream Barry Council Listens to a Stirring ond Patriotic Address by Mr. Forrell. BUDGET OF GOSSIP -- IRiSH For Attorney General, Cream delivered to New Albany and CLIFTON J. PRATT, to all shipJeflersonville; also shipped Of Hopkins County. ping points. Lexington, Sept. 21. The fall trots For Auditor, this, year will eclipse anything of the REV. JOHN S. SWEENEY, kind ever given here, andalaige crowd Of Bourbon County. of visitors is expected. Weber's famous A specialty. It is the purest and best. For Treasurer, band will furnish the music. All the' stakes and purses have filled well. WALTER R. DAY, Telephones 2144 and 2588. John McGurk and Andrew bpears Of Breathitt County. have purchased from Headly Hand his 8"Special rates to hotels, dealers and For Superintendent of Public Instruction, confectionery and restaurant. Mr. Mc large orders. JOHN BURKE, Gurk is well known here and numbers Of Campbell County. his friends by the score, all of whom wish ' him to succeed in his new undertaking. For Commissioner of Agriculture, Mr. Spears is a young man who entered CAPT. J. W. THROCKMORTON, 1 lie the business about two years ago. Of Fayette County. Kentucky Irish American wishes them Higgins & DeGraw, success. For Railroad Commissioners, 423 WFST JEFFERSON ST. William Burke, who has been sick with CAPT. H. S. IRWIN, Just bolow Fourth. Second District. typhoid fever, has recovered, and Peter Our stock emClark, who has had a severe attack of the JOHN C. WOOD, braces exceptThird District. same fever, is convalescent. Both are well seionally members of Barry Council. lected lines of Richard Garland has returned from solid and plated Silverware, Cut Baltimore. SOCIETY n Glass and Metal IRISH James M. Byron, the Novelties.China printer, is sick at his Home on wniniu Ware, Table street. Cutlery, SidebMiss Celia Kane has returned from a oard DecoraDIVISION 1 tions. Water short visit to Pans. Tueson the Second and Sets, Tabourettei, Jardinieres and Pedes- Meetsday Evenings of Each Fourth A letter just recetyed from John F. Month. Curtains, Rugs, Art Squares, tals, Lace Dineen, who is in the Philippines, says he President Thomas Keenan. Carpets, Draperies, Etc. Every desirable is well but has fallen off considerably. Vice President Tim J. Sullivan. necessity and tasty novelty for making Recording Secretary Thomas J. Dolan Mr. Dineen's time in the army expires neat, cozy, comfortable. the dining-rooFinancial Secretary Peter Cusick, 132 the first of October, and he writes that he Twentieth street. will make a tour of Europe before reTreasurer John Mulloy. S9S3S9SSSSSSS9S9S959S3S9SS turning to the United States. He expects THE BURKE BROTHERS, to reach Lexington about next August. DIVISION 2 Two clever vaudeville comedians, at the Buckingham next week. In last week's issue the types made me Meets on the Second and Fourth Thurssay Louis Vedderhad accepted a position day Evenings of Each Month. 232 FOURTH AYE. President William T. Median. able, it is advisable to place saucers conin Cincinnati. It should have been Knox-villVice President Thomas Camfield. taining salt under sofas, etc. This will Tenn. Recording Secretary John Mooney. absorb the moisture in a wonderful manJohn Ruby spent Thursday in Cincin Financial Secretary John T. Keaney, ner. If thoroughly dried the salt can be nati, where his wife is visiting friends. 1335 Rogers street. Frank Frechman and James Dougherty, Notes and Gossip of the Week used again for the same purpose. Treasurer Owen Keiren. n printers, have joined the ?4 two $6.00. $6.00. CHICAGO AND RETURN. Complete Line From All Parts of the 5 DIVISION 3 Forty-sixt- h regiment. They will leave Big Four Route" . . t. r Country, the First and Third Wednesday in a lew uays ior t fl Meets on rors jeaveiiworiH, Saturday, September 23. Trains leave 92 Evenings af Each Month. Kas., where the regiment is being mobilSeventh-stree- t depot at 8 o'clock a. in. President Patrick T. Sullivan. ized. 5 Vice President Phil Cavanaugh. Peetz and 8 o'clock p. 21. Only line stopping Walter Young and Charles (c Ben Griffin and William Hamill, both visited the newly organized chainmakers at Hide Park Station (Chicago Beach Recording Secretary JohnCavanaugh . g Financial Secretary N. J. Sheridan, of Louisville, but formerly Lexmgton- - Monday evening. Hotel). Get tickets and sleeping car ians, spent Sunday m tms cuy visiung t9SS93S39S9S9S9SSS9S3S9sJ 2018 Lytle street. The carpenters meet Monday night at berths at city ticket office, 218 Fourth Treasurer George J. Butler. friends, and to have photographs taken Beck's Hall. Business Agent Deitz is avenue, and at depot. S. J. Gates, General Agent. for the Y. M. I. picture which is being meeting with success. DIVISION 4 C93SS9SSS9SSS3S9S3SSttSS9S?l Wednes- made by Van Hoose. This picture will Meets on the Second and Fouth The tin and sheet metal workers will MY SPECIALTY IS FINE WHISKY. be something grand, as it will contain meet at Reeb's Hall this evening. They day Evenings of Each Mouth. Our $10 Quick Meal President John H. Hennessy. every member of Barry Council, which will affiliate with the national body of Vice President Thomas Lynch. numbers about 176. It will be five feet their craft. Recording; Secretary John J. Grogan. wide and seven feet long. Speaks for Itself. Financial Secretary George Flauiff, Steps are being taken to organize the George E. Coll, of Galveston, Texas, A splendid Gas Range with four g 420 East Gray street. 9 wood workers of this city. They will be (4 burners, 17xl0-inc- h who was elected Grand President of tha oven, broiler & Treasurer Harry Brady. affiliated with the Amalgamated Wood (4 and all the many qualities that have U Y. M. I., Kentucky jurisdiction, at the 1521 Portland Ave. of America. DIVISION 0 9) made the Quick Meal so popular. 9) Grand Council meeting in St- - Louis last Workers cause The regular monthly meeting of the f Every Quick Meal sold is the Meets on the First and Third Tuesday year, has resigned that office, and his Evenings of Each Month (i of other sales, as it gives such per- - (A successor is John J. Luby, of his city, Central Labor Union takes place to9) 9 feet satisfaction. Take no chances; President Frank G. Cunningham. who was First Grand Vice President. morrow. Several of the recently organMeal, which is a purchase our Quick right and none Jr Vice President D. J. Tierney. (t Owing to the great distance between ized trades unions will send delegates. Recording Secretary L. J. Mackey. (4 time tried, proven Financial Secretary J. J. Curran, 010 Mr. Coil's residence and the center of President McGill and the Iabor day f) can be better. The gas company 9) ' generously assists our sales by mak- - ir Thirteentli street. VIA SOUTHERN RAILWAY. the Kentucky jurisdiction it was a cotnmitte will submit interesting reports. : U ing free connections, giving tickets (i Treasurer M. J. McCarthy. The Stereotypers' Union had a largely : The Southern Railway, an- - ZZ matter of great inconvenience to reach 9 for three lessons at the Alumnae 9) him when questions arose that deniBuded attended meeting last Sunday for the ZZ nounces rates to Louisville dur- - ZZ ft Club Cooking School and distrib- - (4 Derflinger, of (i uting a valuable cook book. CENTRAL LABOR UNION immediate settlement, and for this reaeon purpose Vicemeeting John J.the Interna- ZZ ing September : and October, 5 ZZ 1899, as follows President of Mr. Coll resigned that Mr. Luby might Second 8 tional Typographical Union, who has Louisville Trotting Races, succeed him. OFFICERS. John Luby was one of the organizers been making a tour of the Western MARKET, Near Second, September 25 to 30. m 214 g of the Y. M. I. in Lexington, and has cities. President James McGill. Septem- - ZZ ZZ One fare round-triA union of structural iron workers will ZZ ber 25, 20, 27, 28, 29 and morn- - ZZ held nearly every office in the local Vice President J. W. Stevens. Zeuo M. council. He was a delegate to the St. be organized next Saturday night at ZZ ing trains Sept. 30, limited to ZZ Corresponding Secretary ZZ Young, 549 Second street. Louis convention last summer, and was Reeb's Hall, after which application will ZZ return October 2, 1809. Recording Secretary T. J. Hennessy e of the foremost members of that be made to the national body for a char Financial Secretary Charles Peetr. louisville Industrial exposition, body. He brings to the office of Grand ter. The Organization. Committee of the Treasurer William A. Pool. DEALERS IN Street Fair, Midway Carni- ZS Building Trades Council have the matter g President a thorough knowledge of Y. Serzeant at Arms Nelson Green. " val and Festival of Fire, zZ Chairman Board of Directors Walter M. I. affairs, and equipped as he is for in charge. October 9 to 21. ZZ M. Young. William G. Kolp, of the Painters' ZZ the high position his administration ZS Rate One fare round-trip- , should be a grand success. Union, and P. C. Donovan, representing tZ October 9, 13, 18 and 21, limit- - ZZ The "smoker" given by Barry Council, the Brotherhood of Carpenters, are en ZZ ed two days, exclusive of date RECENT DEATHS. Y. M. I., at its rooms in the Opera House thusiastic over the prospects of the Union ZZ of sale. d fares One and Mr. Michael Connelly died Thursday block was an affair thoroughly enjoyed Labor League. Last Sunday they visited mZ -10, 11, 12, at his home, 212 Clay street, and the by the 160 members who were present, the Stereotypers' Union at Beck's Hall ZZ: round-tri- p 17, October limited two 19, 20, C 14, 10, announcement occasioned sincere sorrow After the regular meeting had been and explained the objects of the league, ZZ day,sexclusive of date of sale. Seventeenth and Bank Streets. in the Eastern part of the city, where he closed the committee having the smoker which are to endeavor to elect only men ZZ 3 WM. H. TAYLOE, well Special attention given to wasforty-fir- known. The deceased was in in hand took charge of the hall, and for to office who do not antagonize organized SZ. Asst. General Passenger Agent, Louisville, Ky. year, and to his bereaved two huurs and a half the members en labor and to hold frequent meetings for ZZ family orders, and goods de- his family much sympathy is extended ioved refreshments and a great flow of the purpose of discussing topics of in livered to all parts of the His funeral takes place this morning oratory. terest to the workingmen and endeavor from St. John's church. city. The principal speaker of the evening ing to better the condition of the laboring was Mr. E. P. Farrell, who delivered t people of Louisville. No recent death in Catholic circles splendid address, and was frequently in BIG WATERFORD NATIONALIST. has causal more sincere sorrow than that terrupted by applause. The other speakers RIVERVIEW PARK TO of Mrs. Mary Rosalie Weyd, widow of were Messrs. John Maguire, James Ban t The death occurred September G at his the late Henry Deppen. She was a most nahan, Thomas Murray, W. J. Norton, estimable lady, highly respected by all John Fitzgerald, Mike Dowd, Dr. Foley residence, Thomas street, Waterford, of Is Now Open Mr. Martin Arthur, member of an old who had the pleasure of her acquaintance, and John Luby. Waterford family. In' local Nationalist A few select dates for picnics, etc., Her funeral, which took place at the The members of this council are preopen. Call at office, 413 W. Jefferson. Dominican church yesterday morning, paring to give social sessions at frequent circles and in many places outside Water ford the announcement will be heard was very largely attended. intervals during the winter, ard many with deep regret. The deceased, who CONCERT EVERY SUNDAY evenings arc ahead for the mem was born uear the histbric hill of Bally Samuel Sullivan, one of the best pleasant of the society in this city. lX, TOINTS IN AND bricken, for a lengthened period took known and highly respected young men hers By PROF.MORBACH'S BAND. in Simple Simon. part in every national movement. As a died last Monday the West End. mere boy he was engaged' in circulating morning at the home of his father, Mr, ONLY ONE OBJECT. ... the Irish People, and owing to his energy Michael Sullivan, 2322 High avenue, A union man should only .have one ob its principles spread rapidly in this and after a brief illness. He was at one time . DEALER IN a very popular ball player in the Indiana ject in view In all Uia doings in con nee the adjoining counties. He was closely UNION DEPOT State League and also in the City League, tion with his union, and that for the good connected with the '07 .movement, and Corner Seventh St. and River. Mr. Dan Sullivan, who died some months of his union and the members at large. was one of the trusted .local leaders in UllUULIIIUV CITY TICKET OFFICE ago, was a brother of the deceased. The His owti personal preferments, his own that period. In the subsequent constitu Wine. Lloaori.Fced, Hy lad Grtn. No. 218 Fourth Ave; father and mother have the sympathy of personal ambition, should sink below the tional agitations he was an enthusiastic X. X. Cor. Seventeenth and Vortland Ave. . .supporter of the policy advocated by GiVTJSJS, the commuutty in their doubly sad be surface of the general good. He should d In private life an Louisville, Ky. General Agent, reavemeut. His funeral took place from not set up his pet notions against the Parnell. HERE YOU ARB FOR he possessed the St. Cecilia's church, and was very largely opinions of others, many perhaps better and upright citizen, in the city, and bis E G. MCCORMICK, Pass. Traf. Mgr., goodwill of all classes attended. qualified to judge of what is beet than be I death at a comparatively early age has WARREN J, LYNCH, A. G. P. A., CINCINNATI. O. is Wswelf. Unions are suffering today ' caused widespread regret. SWELL DANCE. from Jack of appreciation by the memDamp cupboards awl rooms can be The dance to be given by the Columbia bers of their proper positiou in relation to , made dry and afry by placing a basin of LI Society at Fountain Ferry next Wednes the fraternity. The member is ply one fresh lime where the moisture penetrates, PRESTON AND MARKET. , day evening promises to be the swelleet of thousands, and the interests of the to thedetriment of food, linen, etc. The Average 300 e28 a vear. Ekes for affair of the season given by that popper thousands are paramount over those of lime quickly 'absorbs the unwholesome hatching 5 cents each. Two Cockerels GLEANIH6. organisation. The young men who have the individual. If- each had only their i for sa'e cheap. ODORLESS yhumidity ami the remedy need only be charge of the arrangements are Dennis one object .in view, the success in every uBn&Aiud nllAm MniM ttnM Ttl i ti tr CHAS, D. JACQUES, Reardon, Dave Burke and Harry Crotty. way of the union, there should be much not to be depended Telephone 1007-18- 0. They will see that, all who attend have an greater results tbasi with the persistant rooms, which are Xavter. ,2422 ; npon at being as dry as wow VI be deair. DRY WHIX DIOOINQ. Orders fcy melt wtll enjoyable time. personal atnbitifts. SIMPLE SIMON'S AMERICAN . EMPORIUM Has celebrated its anniversary, entering upon its Third Volume. The promises made to its readers and friends in the first issue have been faithfully observed, and its circulation has enjoyed a steady growth. This should be increased in the future until it is read in the home of every in and adjoining States. The KenKentucky tucky Irish American for the coming year will make features of Irish-American HCW well-know- A. O. II. m l Walsh the Tailor, I e, I Examine I LABOR WORLD. 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 First-Clas- s . is a well-know- P11 Suitings. 1 l I JIM MOORE'S CENTRAL LABOR UNION And the Representatives Unions of Louisville. of -- 1 I Special Rates "3 B the Trades . $ THe GEHER&SON, i Subscription Price IS ONLY ' 3 lolTirLYTsi Fresh Meats, Produce. 1 Groceries, Vegetables, one-thir- 3 Invariably in advance, and for this small sum we promise to continue to issue one of the brighest, cleanest, newsiest Irish American newspapers in the United States. We will endeavor to furnish our readers a fearless, liberal and honest publication one that may be relied upon for its every word. SI PER YEAR, st TmnmiummmmiuiiUUiiK FOUR SUBSCRIBE NOW. ROUTE to the Public Indianapolis Peoria Advertisers ' . CHICAGO 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. ; M. MURPHY, INDIANA and MICHIGAN. .BEST TERMINALS . f mtsm open-hearte- J. Address all Correspondence and Business Communications to the Ml t II! VMT JCA-MtlVjaJl- , y - JOHN Hi nm in I i. 7 rwttiv 9t ZSSSSZSSs EOB'TTJaKlY IRISH AMERICAN INDORSED BY THE CENTRAL LABOR UNION- 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. The Louisville Driving and Fair Association, FIFTH ANNUAL MEETING, That the Kentucky Irish American is steadily growing in favor with its readers Ti. 25 to SEPT. 30 $40,000 Stakes and Purses INCLUSIVE. In BUMPS, the Great Pacer, WILL GO AGAINST TIME. OIRJDEIFt OIF IFIROGKBIVCIMIE. MONDAY. 2:24 Class, Trotting 2:12 Class, Trotting . . . THURSDAY. three-year-old . . ji)YN HON. YOUN BOURKE GOGKRAN Compliments American "Workmen and Says Lalor Unions Benefit the Public. be that lie must raise wages. Now the competition between capital and capital is keener than between laborer and laborer, though we don't know it. FRANK FEHR BREWING BREWERS AND BOTTLERS, LOUISVILLE, KY. I have endeavored to follow the history of every strike in this country. I confess the great difficulty about them is to locate 1 OUR NEXT GOVERNOR. their origin. When they commence, the air is full of clubs and missiles. I believe, Be Right Than to Hold Any Office. He Would Rather j however, that a close study and careful Arbitrary 12mploycrn lor examination will satisfy everybody that Blames the great strikes of this country have Causing Strikes and Laarisen from the refusal of the employers bor Troubles. NOT IN A TRUST. UNION MADE. to discuss the questions at issue between them und their employes with the agents that the employes select. They have unEmploye Busi- dertaken to declare various excuses, that Umploycr and they were not'speaking to men outside of ness Partners, Witb Mu- their employment, or they would not tual Interests. speak to their men in a body, or they would talk to them singly, nnd they SOMETHING GOOD. SOMETHING NEW. would do one thing and another except what they were asked to do. by LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WORKS. Manufactured CONFER AND ARBITRATE. SHOULD Now, concede for argument that it may be foolish for men to join trades unions, Made from selected Hurley Tobacco. The best Irish Whisky .( Potheen ) nnd flavoring enter into its composition. to employ walking delegates, to organize I for their protection. What difference can Hon. W. Hourke Cockran, the it make to their employers so long as orator from New York, in his address before the Trust conference in they are free to fix the rate of wages to Chicago last week frequently referred to the laborer? Nothing could compel him labor, its relation to employers, its im- to pay more than the conditions of his portance as a factor in public affairs; trade would allow him to pay, and that INCOItPOrtA.'PTCD. commended American workmen for their being so, what difference would it make intelligent and conservative course iti whether he delegated that duty to one protecting and bettering their condition, person or to another, so long as he was while condemning the arbitrariness of free to fix his own conclusions? I know of no sign on the horizon so poremployers who refused to confer with Such words tentous or so ominous as the strike. The labor to adjust differences. from Mr. Cockran carry their full merit strike attacks us, not without, but it coras the utterance of one of the most elo- rodes us from within, as the cancer that I was iu hopes that we would discuss quent, learned students and observers of corrodes our vitals. This one danger public matters, honest and courageous springs from the very prosperity which industrial disturbances, and that we enough to express his views impartially we enjoy, and when we analyze its causes might at least get this far while we are and fearlessly. We give the following we find in every Instance that it has been still a short distance from the socialistic J. a case of bad temper and bad manners basis, while there is difficulty about inextracts: diffi- terfering in the industry of private citiI think the country is to be congratu- rather than an irreconcilable set of culties. zens, that we may provide that corpora( lated on some of the papers which were Now I have not mentioned this merely tions exercising great public franchises contributed to this discussion, notably ' those that came from the representatives for the purpose of railing at it, but for the ' should be held to some accountability rmrtvici. nrrnt ti tf currrrAcf Ititv n r.wiAflv i when the convenience of the public is Indeed, as I of the labor organizations. . 1 t llf 1- .i. r.l listened to the conceptions of economic we nave ueuiu u sum uiai cumpui&ury suspended by the suspension of their arbitration is the correct method of avert- services to them. When the railroad law which marked every address to which listened, delivered by representatives of ing these strikes. Compulsory atbitratiou company is not acting, when the gas I organized labor, I became convinced that may possibly become an accomplished company is not supplying its product,, the laborers who spoke to us understood fact in the years to come, but that is n when any reat enterprise chartered by It would take many the State and depending on the State these laws much better than their em- remote remedy. ployers; indeed, I believe that some re- long years before compulsory arbitration charter, an agency of the State collapses, THOMAS KEENAN. DANIEL DOUGHERTY. cent events in our history would have could take such a definite shape as to it is the business of the State to ask it been impossible if both sides of these allow of its being enforced. We have why, and it ought to be at once the right labor controversies understood the eco- several strikes on these systems, and I of every citizen who is disturbed by that nomic laws governing the relation of pro- do not know ot one that arose directly cessation to demand compensation. Now ducers to consumers as well as one side over the question of wages. In every in- that much might be passed by the conshowed that it understood them this very stance petty disputes, which might easi- currence of every person in this confer ly have been adjusted by a little forbear- ence. When that is passed I believe the day. ance on both sides, were fanned into beneficent results that would follow from I was greatly impressed by the state- violent flame by discharging men who it would make strikes in this country im1229 West Alarket Street, Bet. Twelfth and Thirteenth ment of Mr. Gompers, recognizimg the came to remonstrate, by the refusal to possible. fact that the movement of industry has talk to unions, by the feeling upon the It would be adopting a new system, It steadily been toward a higher rate of part of the employer that in some way or would only be compelling the recalcitrant All Culls Promptly Attended to, Day or Nlrlit. Car wages. It is very agreeable to me to con- other there would be a debasement and railroad corporations, the ignorant, beriages i iiriiisiica lor All Occasions. cur in that statement, and to say as one an indignity in treating his laborer as his nighted management who will be in the of the most hopeful signs of our future partner rather than his servant. Now I minority to assent to the opinion adopted prosperity that the movement of wages is do not appear here for any change in the today by a magnificent majority. I beupward and must be upward because relationship between employer and em- lieve that there are many laws now in there are two forces working in that di- ploye. That is fixed by eternal laws, existence to which we would say: "Godrection. But here I desire to say what which all of us together could neither speed," dating from today. I don't ask perhaps may sound strange to some of disturb nor modify. We have seen that the State to prescribe any conditions to a you and may perhaps shock a great many the rate of wages is fixed by the vol- settlenient. Let it be a complete defense of those who approve what I have said ume of the product, and nothing can for the, railroad to say: "We have met before. Here we come to the question change it. We! have seen that since the these men by agencies of their own INCOBPOBATED. with trade utdons and their effect on employer and employe must share pros- choosing, and we have discussed this trade's industry. Labor unions do not perity from the same causes and adversity question with them." Let that be a comMAIN-STREE- T affect the rate of wages much, if at all. I from the same conditions, their relation plete defense, and I tell you that then think, perhaps, I am the first person who is a partnership and can not be changed. you will have accomplished a solution of And yet The employer may discharge his em- the question, because there can not be a has advanced that proposition. they are of enormous benefit to the whole ploye; that is to - say, he may change his strike between an employer and employe body of the .community, quite as much to partners, but when he takes on others the if the discussion between them over the employers as to the laborers, and it is partnership is renewed and it is still n wages or hours is conducted in the spirit to their protection and in their developconcern; its nature can not of the houf'Urged here by Mr. Garland ment, as I hope to. show you before I be changed. That has been fixed by .the and Mr. Gompers from this platform. conclude, that we must find and hope for eternal laws of God and the universe. that industry of peace which means great CONQUERING KY. industrial prosperity to which this repub- My attention has been called to the reis destined, I believe to affect the in- lationship between employer and emlic HERO COMES! dustrial cost and conditions in the whole ploye. Let me say one word about that: world. If you will bear with me for a It is a grievous disappointment to me that moment and consider the law governing this conference .has wasted so much time 326 W. Qreen SI. -T- Owages you will find that the one thing over what I can not help call fanciful which affects the rale in laborers' wages conditions, over conditions on whose exis the volume of his product, and no istence we are not agreed, and turn their agreement between him and his employer backs and leave absolutely without atcan enable the employer to pay more for tention the greatest peril to civilization AND RETURN, the vatye of his product. Vou will sec with which civilized man must deal I ACCOUNT in this sense that it is' impossible to main- refer to the relation between employers tain for a moment the idea so generally and employes. I refer to the conditions RECEPTION TO ADMIRAL DEWEY, Seventh, St. Catherine. felt that wages are a species of alms, that under which every industry THE HERO OF MANILA, goal employers pay high wages and bad must be maintained. Via the Popular employers pay poor wages. You ask me what the functions of the There are two laws working on wages labor unions are, I tell you it is to prowhich fix its standard; one is competition mote that closer relationship and that Frank Fehr's Recr always on tap. Special attention paid to between laborers for employment, which quicker distribution. I believe when the orders for family use. TtYWa wilt h- on sale Sent. 2ft. 27 and operates to depreciate wages, the other is time comes that1 the employers realize to to competition between capital and capi- themselves that they are but captains of 38, good for return passage to and in tal for profit, which operafes to raise the industry; that they are but part of the cluding uctooer a, low. rate of wages. You will see yourself, if I machinery of production; tlwt they are Come and welcome the man whom the am making chairs and if I am getting my but directing the energies of others, be nation delights to honor. labor for leas than it is worth the results cause by that direction the energy is wjlllbea greater; more fruitful- and brings target' Witness tin Great Naval Parade. my profits.-but-tmoment I show a large profit In my rewards to each, that they will be glad to g For full information and particulars as industry capital will give welcome the trades unifttt as a means, of me competition and the resultant condi- free ami simple interchange of opinion to rates, tickets, limits; etc., call on ngenU "Big Four," or address the untion will be that there will b competition between their partners and themselves. dersigned. 1400-140- 4 is not the WARREN for the labor of the laborer, and the only The cures of J. LYNCH, Gen. P. & T.:Agt., " .way to prevent the employer from bank- inherent difficulty in the distribution, beW. P. DEtPPB. AV G. P. & T. Agent, 891. LOUISVILLE, KY. ruptcy from a failure to obtain labor will cause yqu will And that while the strike c, CINCINNATI, O. HEW PQJ ' TOBACCO. Irish-Americ- 60. is raging on one system of railroad another system which gives no higher wages and exacts no longer hours is in the throes of a bloody contest. It can not be then the inherent difficulty of the distribution, but it is the difference in the characters of those charged vith its administration. If employers and employes would both realize, and I believe from the papers that were read here that the employes do, that the volume of wages is regulated by fixed laws; that it can not be more and it can not be less than it is worth, but employer must insist upon his employes joining the union for the purpose of facilitating discussion between them. They can not change the laws that govern their relationship, but they can discover what these laws are. They can save time in the discovery. They can dwell together in peace and the time saved from wrangling, disorder and riot and confusion would be expended in production and in improving the condition of every human being throughout the country. It is my earnest hope and it is my firm belief that as years go by the very minute that employers realize that they would insist on their employes organizing them-- 1 selves for the mere purpose of facilitnt- iiirt i ii ornniirun U, kit kVII v1invt (till It iu rtatnaaii IUL1II ntirl (V not a Utopian dream that before another conference of this character assembles the largest employers of labor will insist upon their employes joining unions and choosing representation iu them, realizing that it is a joint industry, and that the man who works is just as valuable as the man who directs his work. v $ 800 The Klatawa Stake, pacers 1,000 2:14 Class, Trotting Kentucky Matron Stakes, three- Class, Trotting. 7,000 Free-for-a-ll .. vear-ol- d trotters Commercial Club Stake, 2:0S pacers 2,000 Cup for Louisville road drivers. 1,000 1,000 1,000 TUESDAY. 2:14 Class, pacing Seelback StaKe, 2:18 pacers Douglas Stake, 2:12 trotters. 2:1" Class, trotting . . $ 800 2,000 5,000 800 WEDNESDAY. 2:28 Class, trotting Louisville Stake, 2:20 trotters Final Championship Stake, ting stallions 2:17 Class, pacing The Preparation Stake, trotters 2:11 Class, Pacing 2:07 Class, Pacing ii.uri ni... it: FRIDAY. 1,000 1,000 J, 000 . t - . trot- .... $ 800 2:10 Class, Trotting 2,000 2:00 Class, Pacing -- SATURDAY. . 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