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DRFF AL MMM 0 R SURGEON DENTIST 347 W JEFFERSON ST Oct Third and Fourth Sunday I VOLUME IIINO 13 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 30 1S99 PRICE FIVE CENTS ILASTOFTHE BARDS Once Prominent and Inspiring Characters in the History of Ireland Tholr Music Roused the Patriot to Rattle for Ills Country and Ills Honor Their Chants Jtccountc lien Sorrows Their Ditties Excited Mirth and Love TURLOUGH OCAROLAN WESTMEATH Douglas Hyde in his recently published Literary History of Ireland II devotes a page or so to the memory of furlough OCarolan commonly styled the Last of the Bards The designation is more poetic than correct OCarolans patron OConor of Bel nn9 are calls him in an obituary no tice not a bard but nn oir fldcadh err frlya The popular notion is that the t lbards were ministrels harpersmusi cians of some sort Mr Hyde tells us that the popular conception of the hard with the long white beard and the big harp is grotesquely wrong The bards were verse makers pure and sim pIe They held some such relation to their employers as the poet laureate holds to the sovereign df England Their business was to write poetry When a bard composed a piece for his patron he brought along a harper and possibly singer to whom he had taught the poem In the patrons presence the verses were solemnly recited or sung to the sound of the harp the only instru ment allowed to be heard on such occa sions The musician was called an oir fideadh It was only after the complete breakup of the Gaelic polity after the wars of Cromwell and Dutch William that the verse maker merged in the musi cian and the harper and the bard be came fused in one A stirring page of Irish history is that which tells about the place of the bards in ancient Celtic life They had many privileges Their dress was peculiar their persons were wed their Proopertv vi inviolate They were the repositories- of the rude civilization of their time They were the teachers the songmakers the historians of the people and their in fluence was paramount among the Celts At last however they became so potent that the Irish kings issued severe ordi nances against them St Columba prc vented their destruction in his day at the hands of Hugh A D 80 A law of Elizabeths time forbade them to enter the Pale and this law was presently fol lowed by another which directed that all bards be hanged wherever caught Their recitals of the ancient glories of Erin their exhortations against submission to the sway of the stranger excited the wrath of the Virgin Queen Gradual ly the race of bands became extinct Turlough OCarolan was the last of the Irish laureates lie was born in the county Westmeath in 1070 where his family had in former times held extensive estates But like ninny another house of the old Celtic stock the OCaro lans were robbed to enrich the Norman and the Saxon He manifested at an early age a wonderful talent for music and poetry In his twentysecond year he became blind from smallpox and thenceforth devoted himself to the career of a musician He usually resided in Connaught but he traveled all over Ireland welcomed alike in the cottage I of the peasant and in the castle orII the noble He achieved in his day great I renown He composed over two hundred I airs specimens of which are given in Sir I John Stevensons edition of Moores I Irish Melodies He constructed his verses according to the requirements ofII his music and these have given him the I reputation of a poet They are says Mr Hyde full of curious turns and twists of metre to suit his airs to which I they are admirably wed Very few are in regular stanzas They are usually of I a Pindaric nature addressed to patrons I or to fair ladies There arc some excep tions however such as his celebrated ode to whisky one of the finest bacchanalian songs in any language and his much J s more famous but immeasurably inferior i Receipt for Drinking Very many of his airs and nearly all his poetry with the exception of about thirty pieces are lost Of his blindness he learned to think or at least to speak tlgbtlyliMy eyes he used to say have been transplanted to my ears A lady of good family and ancient name Miss Maguire of the County Fermanagh became his bride and shared his joys and sorrows until her death fI A touching story is told of him which illustrates the wonderful acuteness of the blind One day he was tuning his harp by the sea shore Hearing a boat approaching he stretched out his hand to help the occupants ashore A lady placed her hand in his whereupon he exclaimed This is tbe hand of my gossip Bridget Cruise Miss Cruise was OCarblans first love The incident inspired SmuelLoversbeutlfuhong beginning IITmlovecanneerforgetJfJ Fondly as when we met Dearest I love thee yet a oK1own darling onen After bus tawrriag Oqwokui liwi for- T s t KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN j some time in the County Leitrim He kept open house after the old Celtic cus tom No one ever applied to him in vain for a nights shelter or for a passing welcome He contracted the habit of in dulgence in strong drink a habit which preyed upon and undermined his rather frail constitution He lacked the moral and the physical stamina to continue the abstinence which at last he tried to im pose on himself We are told by n charitable apologist of the bard that he loved whisky not for its own sake but because he felt or thought he felt that it gave him poetic inspiration- His married life was happy His de voted wife died in 1731 and the griefof the bard was in proportion to his love A gloom settled upon him and his harp rarely thrilled thenceforth save to songs of sorrow He died four years later at Alderford in the County Roscommon the house of Rev MacDcrmot Roc When his death was known says Hardiman it is related that upwards of sixty clergymen of different denomina tions a number of gentlemen from the surrounding countries and a vast concourse of country people assembled to pay the last mark of respect to their favorite bard All the houses around Ballyfarum were occupied by the former and the people erected tents in the fields around Alderford House The wake lasted four days On each side of the hall was placed a keg of whiskey which was replenished as soon as emptcd Old Mrs MacDermot herself joined the female mourners who attended to weepas she expressed herself over her poor gentleman the head ofall Irish music On the fifth day his remains were brought forth and the funeralwas one of the greatest that for many years had taken place in Connaught OCarolan was at the time of his death sixtyeight years of age His name and fame are still green in the hearts of his countrymen but no stone has ever been reared to mark the spot where he rests As to his music it is said that he was quite ignorant of its princples of harmony and counterpoint Still his native talent was admired by musicians who had met him The story is that a certain Gemin ianlan Italian master then residing in Dublin played for him a composition of great excellence from which however he cut out certain passages and phrases in order to try his taste The bard detected the lapses and said It is a beautiful piece but it limps now and then The grandest and wildest of his pieces is the Fairy Queen better known as Moores By the Hopes Within Us Springing His concerto which has been arranged by SirJok Stevenson rWft9written + fodecta a wager with an Italian artist His ear was exquisite He loved the hexame ters of Virgil and though he knew no Latin he used to invent meaningless verses for the pure pleasure he derived from what Tennyson calls the ocean roll of rhythm oCtbe stateliest measure ever moulded by the lips of man There have been poets and harpers since Caro lans day Tom Moore the hummingbird of poets the darling harper of the Dublin drawingrooms is the least Irish of Irish bards and does not even ap proach the natural pathos and humor of Samuel Lover The voice of his countrymen for a century and a half has declared that Turlough OCarolan was the last of the Bards THOMAS KEANEY Death of a WellKnown and Highly Respected Citizen Mr Thomas Keaney fell asleep and entered into eternal rest in tile early morn of September 25 For the past thirteen years he had held the position of Superintendent Adas Israel cemetery and few Irishmen in Louisville had more friends lie left a wife and six children Dr J M Keaney Tom Keaney Mrs Ben Beckmann Misses Mayme Reda and Nellie Keaney and one brother Michael Keaney who were all around his bedside at the time of his death Mr Keaney was for many years a prominent member i of the Catholic Knights of America The bereaved family have received many let ters from this and other cities expressing heartfelt sorrow and sympathy at their great loss His funeral occurred Sunday morning from St Pauls church with requiem high mass that edifice being filled with sor rowing friends before the arrival of the long line of carriages The florall offerings were many and beautiful and literally covered the grave May the earth rest lightly upon him BUSINESS BOOMING Among the Irish Amerlcans of this city upon whom fortune is smiling is Patrick J Welch who came to this city when a small boy thirtyfive years ago Upon the completion of his education he secured a position with the wholesale grocery mouse of Glazebrook Bros with whom he remained until he associated himself I with the late Joseph Grimes about twelve years ago Recently Mr Welch purchased the place at Fifteenth and Main streets I where he is doing a prosperous business and daily adding to his already large t fltheSociety he is a member of the Catholic Knights and other frRten organizations Being of a jjovial and charitable dispwi headlgmartenIlltbatInetK1ibr Whenever a nun makes a mistake you tear expact a tidal wv of explanation ii r i i RANKroRTii i Everything in Readiness for the Capital and City Carnival Street Fnlri The Hibernians Will Keep Open House for IrishAmeri can Visitors Lively Scrap Between County Treasurer Robinson and Fred Gordon PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP Special Correspondence of the Kentucky Irish American 1 FRANKFORT Sept 28During the past week Frankfort has taken on an air of bustle and activity usually found in large cities like Shelby ville the home of the brilliant nom de plume writer who takes especial pride in concealing his identity from the longsuffering readers of the Kentucky Irish American who are forced at regular intervals to wade through a column or two of wouldbe funny paragraphs that would probably be given space in London Punch or some other comic journal where density of meaning is considered a qualification of merit Miniature business houses have sprung up all over the city and beautifully deco rated booths may be found in abundance- on Broadway Main and St Clair streets Committees in charge have gone to grert expense and are fully prepared to enter tain the visitors from Louisville Lexington aud other Kentucky cities A cordial invitation is extended by the local division of Hibernians to Irishmen throughout the State who will see that their stay in the city is made pleasant The latchstring will be found on the out side of every door and all are invited to visit the Capital City during the street fairNext week Division 1 of the Ancient Order of Hibernians will move to larger and more commodious quarters Their present hall has always been too small but the stew location wilt be of greater JJimclsiogs iMLlt fbty4wilLbe in akmuch- letter position to entertain their friends in the future than they have been in the past The hall will be opened with n grand ball the second week in October The hop given by the Elite Social Club at Y M I Hall Wednesday night was a grand social success Excellent music was engaged for the occasion and the young people present spent an enjoyable evening Several hops will be given by this popular club during the winter Mr L A OConnor late of this city in a lletter to Col D P Davis from Knox ville writes that he is much pleased with his new locaUon although it is consider ably larger than Frankfort having 80000 populationSenator Goebel arrived here Monday night He said Everything is in fi e shape in the mountains Theres no doubt about Iti we are going to W1l1it Goebel left Tuesday morning for Ver sailles where he spoke in the afternoon Judge James H Mulligan of Lexington former Counsel to Samoa has agreed to make peeclies for Goebel His first speech i1 to be delivered at Maysville October 0 Judge George B Kincaid of Lexington will make his first speech for the ticket at Falmouth Monday Chairman Pryor of the State Board ol Election Commissioners has received letter from Desha Breckinridge of Lex+ ington preferring charges against T C Bradley and Con J Reagan recently appointed Election Commissioners and asking their removal ExJudge John W Barr and Pied Hoertz of Louisville have notified the State Election Commissioners of their acceptance of their appointment as Elec tion Commissioners for Jefferson county R H Winu a Republican wrote declin ing to serve in Montgomery county County Treasurer Robinson and Fred Gordon a city politician had an alterca ton over politics Robinson was knocked down by Gordon who used a can of paint Robinson bled freely but was not dangerously hurt D J M MACKIN COUNCIL Preparing for the Carnival Opening Euchre October 13 Editor Kentucky Irish American Mackin Council at its meeting Tuesday evening received a communication from menlI was mously voted to take part in the parade man11uerpotillble A parade consisting of Charles Raidy Edward Smith R LI Fisher L H Straub and George JI Lantz was appointed They have got down to business and have asked the other councils in this city and adjacent towns to turn out with themh besides sending pressing invitation to the Uni Lazinggtoeeland they will statue even a better show r y if ing than they did in the parade last fall to receive the Loul l1hle Legion I Mackin will resume its euchres Friday followingII I haveIcharge Pat Banno i Jr R L Fisher Charles Raidy J1 Sage George Sem StraublSteen EdIyear charge only twentyfive cents admission i to tHe first euchre the proceeds to go to defray tl e expense of cards tallies etc These iuchres have hereto fore been very pop tar and were largely attendedThe of the club rooms has been granted to the ladies of Holy Cross church for next Wednesday evening The ladies of St Anthonys will also oc cupy them some evening early next month when they will give a euchre party NOtKS Owing to the cobll weather the pin ochle players poo sharks and book worms can be sect at the club rooms every evening James Dully wj o recently went to Georgia for his health is reported to be somewhat improved The condition of C 911 Hasting who has been on the sick li for some time re mains unchanged Thomas W Burke who was so unfor tunate as to lose his wife several weeks ago was reported j ick at the last meet ing lIe has the sj mpatliy of Ills many friends in Mackin Eddie Cumin 1iias sold his horse and buggy We lit ire not yet learned what caused the quarrel How about it Ed Barney Dawson d es not play poker but he will draw tta pair any time It is not anticipate 1 that Frank Drey fus Morgan wilt lie on the sick list in the near future as the Louisvilles have hit a winning streak R L Josher is K tting his talent to gether for the play llo be given this fall for the benefit of thejbuilding fund He says previous efforts will be surpassed Dan Schreiber aifd Pat Flynn well known in the West End got lost in Scribner Park overfill New Albany last week They were jjscorted to the depot by a kindbe rtedJoosler policeman whom they wish to thank through these columns M Willie Shaughnessy did not go to Long Branch as reported Kit has been work ing hard as usual at tlie Southern rail road Ife John Harlow aniSpjaines Leary were badly beaten in the ilt of the pinochle games byCharlesRslilrtflndJ61inSager two young new beginners The gymnasium at the club rooms will llie put in tiptop shape for the season The new addition a longfelt want will be highly appreciated during the cold winter nights The euchre committee will endeavor to have the Orient Mandolin and Guitar Club render a few of their popular selec tions at the first euchre PORTLAND a RECENT DEATHS Mrs Elizabeth Larkin widow of the late Andrew Larkin entered into eter nal rest Wednesday morning at her home on high avenue much to the regret of a wide circle of friends Her funeral took place yesterday morning from St Pat ricks church George F Keane died last Tuesday at his residence 1014 Shelby street The deceasedwas in the prime of life being but thirtyfive years of age and the an nouncement occasioned much regret among his many acquaintances His funeral took place Thursday morning from St Mary Magdalene church Benedict Uhlen an aged and highly respected German died Wednesday at his residence 540 East Green street He was the fatherinlaw of Max Traut the well known printer and for many years had been a devout member of St Boni faces church from which his funeral will take place this morning with solemn requiem mass- Lawerence Foley died Wednesday evening at his home on West Broadway in the fiftyfifth year of his age His funeral took place yesterday morning from St Patricks church The deceased was one of the best known teamsters in the city He is mourned by three child MaryEtheridge PRAISES INSTEAD OP PUNISHMENT After the battle of Manila wizen the Olympia was in Manila harbor a powder boy lost hits coat overboard and asked permission to go after it He was ordered to remain on the ship but disobeyedand slipping around to the other side of the vessel dropped into the bay and swam around and finally recovered his coat He was hauled on board and placed under arrest for disobedience of orders and was finally brought before the Ad miralI Dewey questioned him abruptly and tears came to the boys eyes He reached into the pocket of the dripping coat and took out a woman picture Its my moth rlbe said The only picturfe Ive got My boy said Dewey after a moment of silence a lad who would risk his life I to recover his mothers picture will not be punished by me You ought not to have disobeyed the order But I on1 gratulate you on haying done it a 1 PUBLIC MBETINQ Tie I meeting to be held at Hibernian Hall Thursday night will be open to the public All IrfehAmeslcrtsare earnestly urged to attend J o NEARLY READY I I Ono More Week niul the Elks Great Fall Carnival Will Do Inaugurated Contracts Have Ilcon Closed Pot Attractive mid Varied- Aiyuscincnts The Booths Are Now Ready for the Reception of Wares and Exhibits i THE GOVERNOR AND STAFF COMING I One more week and the big Fall Carni vat will be inaugurated With a great I flourishing of trumpets the music of many bands and the most elaborate pageant that Louisville has ever wit nessed this great undertaking which was instituted for Louisvilles sake and in the interest of Kentuckys commercial advance will be on The Chief Executive of the State and a great array of her most distinguishedsons and representatives from every organization in Louisville will take part in this demonstration The Carnival City is at last a reality Like magic it has risen For two weeks the busy sound of hammers was heard from Broadway to Breckinridge and from Brook to Floyd and now the Street Pair with its hundreds of booths is ready to receive the wit and attractive wares that are there to be displayed The carnival grounds are in magnificent shape Thanks to the untiring efforts of Chair man Charles D Meyer of the Building Committee the Carnival City arose with out any delay There are 321 booths where will be dis played the best of Louisvilles products The largest retail stores have signified their intention of making elaborate dis plays and from factory and mill there will be the choicest products During the past week the carnival management closed contracts for many attractive amusements which will be free to the public and which will be seen and heard for the general admission of ten cents only There will be free band con cert athletio xhibitionskahowslforthe children and a sight of the biggest street fair ever attempted in the United States Further details of thee big midway show that the promise made by the carnival promoters that their midway will be the most attractive since the Worlds Pair will be realized The Streets of Cairo and the German village and the wild animal exhibit will be the largest since the days of the Chicago Exposition There will be visitors of every nation ality In fact it will be a congress of nationsThere remains particularly nothing un done except good weather to make the carnival a brilliant success The list of special days insures varied and attractive attention As heretofore announced the list of special days is as follows Monday October 0 Louisville day Tuesday October 10 Bryan day Wednesday October 11 Ladies day Thursday October 12Fraternal day Orphans day Friday October lit McKinley day Saturday October 14 GermanAmeri can day school children Monday October 16Yet to be desig nated Tuesday October 17 IrishAmerican dayWednesday October ISElks day Thursday October l9T P A day Friday October 20 Indiana day Saturday October 21 Kentucky day The buildings will be formally turned over to the Advisory Board on Saturday night and by next Monday exhiblters will have undertaken the work of getting their displays in shape Everyarrange ment has beu made for the brilliant electric illumination and the grounds at night will be aglow with lights There is every indication that Louisville merchants will make in the coming street fair the finest exhibition since the days of the great Southern Exposition No line of trade or business has been neglected Louisville business men real izing the vital importance of the street fair have tested their ingenuity in the matter of arranging unique and attractive displaysThe fee of ten cents which is charged for the Louisville fair is the smallest admission ever made for such an exhibition It gives entrance to the en tire carnival grounds gives entree into the special exposition part and in fact gives the visitor admission to every place except the private shows on the midway SMITHJHOAKLER WEDDING I The rites of matrimony will be solem nized between Mr Vincent B Smith and Miss Mary Anthony Moakler on Wednes I oclockI ing Mid by Rev H J Brady who will also perform the marriage cere mony the Reverend Father beingi a very close friend of both of the coil j trading parties Messrs S N Gathof j I and P M Flynn will act as ushers oa the occasion It will be aquletly conducted thefCamiloCthe bride being a daughter of William Moakler of St Xavier streett and quite a lleader in West End society Thegroom f Vinnie as he is known by the boys is quite popular all over town especially in Young Mens Institute circles having been identified with that order since its organization here serving one term as President of Madtin Council He is emI ployed as pressroom foreman at Bradley Gilberts where he is well liked by both his employers and his fellowem ployes After the ceremony the young couple will leave for a twoweeks visit to Chicago and Omaha On their return they will be at home to their friends at 1M35 West Madison street a a- NEW YORK IRISH Thousands Have Made Nota able Success in All the Walks of Life Editor of Kentucky Irish American The Irishmen of New York who have made notable successes in life can be counted in the thousands They are a power in both political parties and while as a rule they affiliate chiefly with the Democracy yet there are many Irish Americans who are closely identified with the Republican party Richard Croker Hugh Grant and Thomas Gilroy all IrishAmericani have been conspicuous in the improvement and advancement of New York the latter two having served terms as Mayor of the metropolisLike men who arc at the headand front of great organizations Mr Croker is a target for tbe shafts and arrows of not only his enemies but the artists and space writers who without any justifica tion for their darts delight to criticise Croker for the simple reason that it en ables them to sell their goods The characteristics of Mr Croker are sobriety silence and discretion He al ways thinks before he answers a question and is far more meditative than talkative but withal polite on all occasions W Bourke Cockran is an eloquent speaker and is at his best in debate He has little personal magnetism and it is generally conceded is sore on himself for his betrayal of Croker who always advanced him Tammany will never notice Cockran as long of Croker is Chief Sachem Dr William J OSullivan is a genius He is a superior physician and a splendid lawyer The doctor is a Tammany Demo crat and there is seldom a cause celebre in the courts that he is not employed upon one side or the other Thgmasr RyananilJolinrDCrim mlns are money makers With P A B Widener and William Elkins and William C Whitney they control the entire street railway system of New York except the- Thinlavcnuellnes Their income is enormous Many able IrishAmericans honor the pulpit the priesthood and the bench Conspicuous among these is Archbishop Corrigan a prelate of great erudition a scholar and splendid type of the highest class of ecclesiasts He is an exceedingly affable dignitary and one feels perfectly at ease when ushered into his company and that of Father Laveille who is generally with him at St Patricks Cathedral on Fifth avenue The most popular sprig of the old soil in New York is big Tom Costigan clerk of one of the civil courts and erstwhile editor of the City Record organ of the metropolis Mr Costigan is not more than half a foot broader than a barn door nor is he quite as heavy as the Cardiff giant yet he is of such prodigious size that motormen look the other way when he signals them and cabby says Beg pardon sir but me springs is weak Costigan is a Chesterfield in dress always carrying a palmleaf fan in warm weather and disdaining a great coat in cold weath er He is so broad that when be does secure a position on a street car he is compelled to remain on the platform There is no one individual who has a stronger personal following in New York than Costigan W J Kenney is an exNew York news paper man He did splended service with the writer and Jim Creelninn and others on the Herald and then they met on the New York Times when George Jones was proprietor George Miller editor and John C Reid managing editor H L Lowenthal city editor Tom Fielders now managing editor of the Pall Mall Gazette Tracey Bronston James Kennedy now of sporting fame and then a lad Montgomery Schuyler Dr Tabor William Austin Frank and Ike White etc all comprised a staff of superior newspaper men There wasnt a weak spot in the office which without doubt or question at that period had upon its pay rolls the brightest minds that ever collectively issued an American news paper ED F MADDEN a BROTHERHOOD CELEBRATION Invitations have been issued for the annual ball of the Italian Brotherhoodl which takes place this year at Music Hall on the evening of October 12 These affairs of our Italian fellowcitizens have always beenof a very high order apd the committee in charge will leave nothing undone to make this one surpass any heretofore given The proceeds are to be devoted to the erection of a monu ment in St Louis cemetery to the memo ory of deceased members II IODRS READY i The latest dispatches from the Trans vaal state that vlarwith England is cer tain Tlie1 fctUUlk Cabinet wee toliold a meeting yenrdy at which Uttuttds w reto b fofwulaud far excelling any wyDoml CURTAIN LAUNDRY I and never follow In laundering lace at 20c a pair gives en Work called delivered Flrstclasf MAD OADEY 625 Sec Telephone 2631 J n UNITED LEAGUE Fight For the Irish Flair Took Place Last Week at Mullingnr Police Interference Has Had the Effect ofI Reuniting Nationalists Flag Will Fly Over Courthouse During County Council Sittings FATHER AND SON AT VARIANCE William OBriens United Irish League is setting the heather aflame in Ireland as in the Land League days cables the Dublin correspondent of the New York World Everywhere it has started up it comes into conflict with the landlords and consequently with the Government Tune immediate result of each fresh dis turbance is that several more branches of the league spring into existence for Irishmen love a fighting organization Thursday an extraordinary conflict took place at Mullingar the capital of the county of Westmeath It was decided to fly the Irish flag over the court house in the future while the Westmeath County Council was sitting there Lord Greville Chairman of the County Council agreed with this Nationalist proposal but his son and heir Capt Fulke Greville the HighSheriffto control the courthouse in that capac ity and prohibited the hoisting of the Irish flag as a disloyal symbol on Thurs flay At the next meeting of the Council Lord Greville appeared at the courthouse gates accompanied by the Nationalist Councillors one of them bearing a flag staff with the Irish flag unfurled The police assembled in strong force and fe fused entrance to the flagbearer but a crowd collected and rushed the gates rookI1oftbe in wefelinjuredpoifte ultimatelyxgcrtxpossessi Q 1i 8f Jtt ts then tattered national emblem but the crowd made a desperate charge and car tied the police force before them down the stairs like an avalanche wrested the hag froni them and fletyit from a window to the accompanying enthusiastic cheers of the populacel 6iltside Lord Greville is now to be prosecuted at tlc instance of his son Capt Greyilje but the fight against the police has had the effect of uniting the Nationalist par ties in Mullingar once more A dispatch from London says Avon dale the historic home of the Parnells is to be sold by order of a court Noveni ber3 The Paruell Monument Committee has taken up the matter and the Lord Mayor of Dublin and John Redmond while in America will appeal for funds to buy in the mansion and settle it on the Parnell familyIf Parnells die out they propose to turn the estate into a public par- kJEFFERSONVILLE S Reception and Social Thursday for the Ladles Auxiliary q 1 Nex Thursday evening the officers anti members of Division 1 of the Ancient Order of Hibernians of Jefferson ville will entertain the Ladies Auxiliary of that theixballand State and county officers and others have been invited to be present and the indi cations are that the affair will be a most enjoyable one- President Will Reilland Chairman Robert Gleason hae arrangIng ing the lirerary exercises and refresh ments there will be dancing The Ladies Auxiliary is making very satisfactory progress yet the membership should be largerThe Jeffersonville division has accepted the invitation of their Louisville brethren to participate with them in the Elks carnival parade Monday week when a large turnout will be looked for a CORNER STONE LAYING The Roman Knights of St George of Jeffersonville accompanied by Division lof the Ancient Order of Hibernians will go to Elwood Indon Sunday October 8 to participate in the exercises attend ant upon the laying of Ute corner stone placeforr made REMOVED ivi1knowutheir Monarch factorto I07 1yegMabt street The demand for their goods has tlte1foumodious quarters They are paw pre deutaudsaaalargeforce employed V 0 I ENTUOI Y IRISH AltgRIOAN y KNTUGKY IRISH flMERIGflN Devoted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans WIL2iIA11X M HXGOZNO P tb11 1er SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc flittered at the Louisville Postoff Ice as socond Class Jtntter Adds err all Cotmaalcttlonilotbe KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 West Ureen Street LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 30 18991 TURNED DOWN THE IRISH Some time ago we announced that we would not take sides in the pending political campaign that iis m a partisan serse but stated that any discrimination against or reflection upon the Irish by any part would be resented We have no more than the general interest of every citizen in the pending earn paign and we can allow the politicians to fight it out in their own wy leaving our readers to deck as to matters of public policy as they deemed best We fully recognize that all political campaigns are more or less rotten and as in this campaign a breaking up of a1llines into fights and cross fights of factions in which as is usual in such contests the floodgates have opened and the aggregate corruption of all parties floats on the surface That such is the marked feature of the campaign in Kentucky all know and while each faction claims to 1be the only representative of hone and purety the fact is that all of them have to some extent resorted to methods associations and utterances far from edifying if not unbe coming in those who would lead and govern the people We foresaw this and preferred to keep out of iit since we were not nor do we desire to be among those who expect any benefit from the success or defer ofany faction in the contest In this campaign condemned an ridiculed the country over for its bitterness corruption and black guardism all of which is discredit able to the State it is pleasing to us to note that contrary to the slurs too frequently cast upon them the Irish do not appear prominently in any of the disgraceful feature in behalf of any party or candidate though they are as earnest as other in behalf of their favorites Neithe have they sought offices in proportion to their number and desserts at the hands of political parties in this campaign We had hoped that this would continue to the end and tha we could have one campaign especially as it is developing into the most shameless scramble in tin States history without the Irish being made a target for ridicule am abuse or intolerant discriminatiot so marked as to require a rebuke But we have been disappointed the course of those who controller the Democratic convention of last r Monday evening rendering even si lence on our part unpardonable If any political party is under obliga tton to the Irish who have been its most faithful earnest and self sacrificing members it is the Democratic party in this city and State and any committee or convention represent ing it should be the last to treat the Irish with disrespect and injustice such as was manifested in the nam ing of the local ticket by the Mon day night convention Of the fifty six candidates named only five Irish Americans appear on the ticket They have no representative in the Park Commission only two of the twelve Aldermen one of the twenty four Councilmen none in the Leg islative delegation and only one oi the School Trustees Bad as is this showing there may be various itfThe political chicanery ifnot animus however was shown fin the nomination for Park Commission n ers This is not a political or ret munerative office and few met worthy QIfitseek it Men noted I for their high Banding and public spirit have been sought to sacrifice their time and devote their efforts to our Parks for thalpublic good tUtq whan the D taocrati Committee called for andidaterfbr the various offices as usual no one offered for Park Commissioners and after a canvass of the cityMessrs M Muldoon W 0 Head and John Doerhoefer were induced to present their names Three good men said all and no one else offered for the I place Under the rules of the part they having no opposition were not voted for in the primary but de clared the nominees by the commit teeOwing to the wrangle and disorder of the primary resulting in two sets of candidates claiming nominations voted for in the primary the new Democratic committee decide to call mass meetings to select delegates to a convention to nominal candidates for the offices voted fin the primary distinctly specifying in the call that nominees who had had no opposition and were declared nominees by the committee should stand In accordance with this rule Hon John M Letterle for Representative in the Fortyfiftl district Dr R E Galvin for School Trustee in the Fiftieth district and J R Atkinson for School Trustee in Fiftyfirst district were declared the nominees because they had no opposition in the June primaryand no action was take by the convention in those cases For Park Commissioner however the committee seems to have forgotten the rule for Messrs Mul doon Head and Doerhoefer who like Letterle Galvin and Atkinson had no opposition in the June pr- manywere not declared the nominees and the nomination for Park Commissioners passed but the con vnution proceeded to make nominations Indeed so forgetful wet the committee and the managers of the convention that the names of Muldoon and Head were not men tioned as candidates until a delegate reminded the Chair that Muldoot was a candidate and he did receive a few votes Why was the rule en forced to declare Letterle Galvit and Atkinson nominees without be ing voted on by the convention and why was it not enforced Muldoon Head and Doerhoefer not declares nominees but the convention in defiance and violation of the rule permitted to ignore those candidate and nominate others for Park Commissioners Thats the question that demands an answer and an explana tion Their title for the nominatiot was the same as that of Letterle Galvin and Atkinson Why was the rule enforced as to the latter and violated as to the former Judging from the resultsonly five IrishAmericans named in ta total of fiftysix nominations at others including Muldoon defeatec it looks rather antiIrish if yot please There can be no good reason for treating Mr Muldoon in such a manner He is a geutlemat respected by the people geuerallj for his integrity and business quali ties did not seek the nomination but it was offered and urged upon him after accepting and it wa awarded lhim he is sought to be deprived of it even in violation of the party rule and law There was something rotten it that convention gentlemen Mr Muldoon is not a politician Fox that reason he may not suit the party managers but for that very reason he was urged to become a candidate for a nonpolitical office and given the nomination without opposition Now heis repudiated even in violation of party rules Such partisan intolerance is de serving ef rebukeMr Muldoon Iwl11 continue a ean idafe at he hai the Kcal1 right tpdo as the Demo erotic mMtinee and every Irish Atncrcan and all other citizens who i 0- e iJ disapprove of intolerance and chi canery regardless of their politics should give those wouldbe political masters the lesson they sadly need When you vote in November be sure to put your X after Muldoons nameENGLAND WANTS MORE TIME England is unmasked at last in the Transvaal controversy by the courteous yet plain reply of the Boer Government to her last note and her Ministry instead of formulating an ultimatum really sent a mean ingless message to the Boers with the evident purpose of delay The Boers in all their replies insist on independence in their internal affairs as recognized by England ic the treaty of 1884 and offered Ic arbitrate any grievance alleged re lating to any violation of the treatyEngland now intimates that lie definition of suzerainty does not recognize the Transvaal as an independent State which brings her face to face with the question lIf the Transvaal is not a sovereigt power how could it enter into a treaty England stands convicted of disregarding the treaty provision in seeking to coerce the Boers into surrendering rights conceded by her in 1884 Or if her presen claim that she did not recognize theI Transvaal as an independent then she was guilty of deception iin entering into a treaty with a Government she did not admit had the power to Crake a treaty In eithe view her perfidy and real purpose iis exposed with the result that the Orange Free State has declared its purpose to aid the Transvaal in re sisting England with prospects of a revolt in neutral or nominally English sections of South Africa Add to this manifestations of disapprove in England right in London of the policy of the Government and tin outspoken disapproval of the press of other countries coupled with at ominous silence on the part of those whose word is authority England really seems now anxious to find a loophole to back out rather than go to war on the Boer question It is clear the most she can hope for is neutrality of other powers and certain she will have sa united South Africa to fight sub jecting all she has there to possible destruction during the struggle even should she be victorious in the end The prospects of earnest cooperation by all with the Elks in their street fair augurs a grand success This speaks well for the Elks who have earned the good will of the people by their liberal spirit and courtesy to all their fellows regardL- ess of nationality or creed in strik ing contrast to some other more noisy but less public spirited and patriotic elements The Elks are cosmopolitan including members of all nationalities and creeds andno creeds They are a benefit to our city not only to the needy whom they aid generously and without discrimination but by the hustle and bustle with which they go at everything waking up this old town as no one else ever seemed able to do heretofore and rallying the peo ple to back them up in it Success to the Elks They deserve it Gov Roosevelt though a partisan in politics is truly the Govern 01 of the people of New York When he went 10 welcome Dewey on behalf of the State he invited to accompany him all the State offi cers members of the Legislature both U S Senators all the Congressmen the State Committees of all the political parties and prominent citizens from all sections of the State He had on the vessel with him 1506 of his people represent ing all parties sections sand classes No wonder he is popular and they call him Teddy Dewey as usual turned up be fore he was expected arriving at sew York Tuesday morning two lays ahead of time It is estimated that 000000 of his fellowcountry- nen have gone to New York to welcome him when he lauds today shout 68000000 more would like to be there were it powble MUti I for DeweyI c e- f w Frank A Collyer left last week for West Baden Emery McCurdy has returned from a short trip to West Baden Springs T J Gill was among the Louisvillian who spent last week at West Baden Miss Kate Coonan of Terre Haute was this week the guest of Miss Margaret McGrath Misses Anita and Mary Fleming were this week the guests of Miss Mary Gray in Frankfort Miss Agnes Caldwell who has been spending the summer in Virginia is expected home next week LMiss Frances McAteer has returne from Hardinsburg where she was the guest of Mrs Reuben Miller IMiss Anna Hays will arrive home Monday from Savannah where she has been spending the past two months Invitations are out for the wedding iof Miss Virgie Hill of this city and N Lancaster Spaulding of New Haven Miss Maggie Cnntys friends will regret to learn that she is quite seriously ill at the residence of relatives on Dank street Mrs John Horn and Mrs C W McGuire of New Albany have returne from a pleasant visit to friends in Indianapolis The engagement of Miss Emma Borde and Henry Rademaker has been announced Their wedding will take place in November Col Mike HickeY of the Paradise has returned from a weeks sojourn at West Baden Springs feeling jollier and in better health than ever John Dunns frequent visits in tbe neighborhood of Eleventh and Zane are causing his friends to predict that he wit soon stray from the path of single blessed nessRev Father Gaffney who was former ly stationed at the Dominican Convent was here on a visit last week He was visited by a great many of his old friends during his stay The marriage ofJMiss Mary Houliha and Clarence Holtshauser was solemnize last Thursday afternoon at the Cathedra in the presence of many of their friend and relatives Revt rather Lynch tying the nuptial knot The marriage of rUss Delia Joyce am John Phelan was solemnized at St Louis Bertrand church Wedneseay afternoon at 4 oclock in the presence of a large num berof friends Both are well known and popular in Irish Agierican social circles Mr and Mrs Joseph Hawes of Sal Lake City were here this week visiting relatives Mrs Hawes is the sister of Joe Bronger and a cousin of Alderman Henry Bronger Mr Hawes conducts the Cullen Hotel the leading one in Utah A hustling young Democrat who iis sure of anything within the gift of th voters of the Ninth ward is James Phalen the popular Inspector of Drains and Sewers Jims pleasant and obliging ways have made hint very popular ii that district Mrs Anna ON ill has issued invita Lions to the marriage of her daughter katherine M to Mr H J Weber The wedding will take place October 4 at St Johns church at 4 Qclock They will beat home to their friends after October if at 416 Kentucky street The marriage of William Cleveland and Miss Catherine Muldoon one of Limericks most attractive young girls took place at the Dominican church Wednes day afternoon Following the ceremony was a sumptuous wedding supper after which they left on wedding trip through the EastIThe wedding of Miss Katie Danahe and Capt Daniel OKeefe announced in these columns last week wilt take place next Wednesday The brideelect iis known as a leader in East End social circles The valiant Captain and pretty bride have the best wishes of a host of friends for a peacefpl and happy journey through life The members of the Aquinas Union are arrauging to give a dramatic entertainment during the latter part of November Those who witnessed the very creditable performance they gave last spring will be sure to attend again Of course it goes without saying that Miss Mayme Keefe and Mitt Katie B Lannin will be cast for leading parts Harry Bundachu one of the most popu lar men in the fire department who was married to Miss Frances Short last week returned Wednesday from his wedding trip through the South and a visit to the father bf the groom in Knoxville The happy couple are now in Cincinnati and uPon heir return next week will be at home to1 their friwilts ate 248 Seventeenth ttrett Invitation have bn iaeu d tothe approachingi wwWkigof jtfiaa Marguerite Tsaad John Pond which takM lPelo WriMMUy October 11 Mr Pond U consoled with the totdtvillc 11 NMhyillel railroad sodd the bride I I elect is the beautiful daughter of Dank Wagner the well known tanner Tin ceremony will be witnessed by a host of friends The and admirersII I series of dances next Monday evening at Nortons Hall and will continue then every Monday evening throughout the season The committee in charge can be depended upon to give those who attend a good time as it is composed of four young men whose ability to entertain iis well known They are J T Chawk M J Hartnett T S Flahive and Georg Simpson Thomas Quinn the wellknown Port landavenue barber and Miss Nora Sheridan one of the prettiest girls in the West End surprised their hosts of friends by being quietly married last Monday afternoon at St Patricks Monsignor Gambol uniting the happy pair After the cere monyan elegant wedding supper was served at the home of the bridescnother on Baird street All who know then wish them a long and happy life The wedding of Miss Celia Potter and James Barry will take place at St Patricks church on Wednesday afternoon October 11 at 4 oclock Monsignor Gambon officiating After the ceremon the happy couple will leave on an extended bridal trip and before their return willvisit Indianapolis Pittsburg Philadelphia and Chicago Messrs D J Coleman George A McCrann Tim J Naugh ton and Edward C Kelly will act rushers The marriage of Mr Joseph J Dean and Miss Julia Finnegan will be solemnized at St Charles Borromeos church Wednesday afternoon at 3 oclock The bride is a wellknown and popular young lady of this city while the groom is ia prominent young business man of Denver Col Immediately after the cert stony they will leave for a trip through the Last from thence to the groom home in Denver where they will begin housekeeping Miss Maggie Lyons and Thomas Fllis were wedded last Wednesday evening the ceremony being performed by Mon signor Gambon The attendants wet Miss Rosie Doer and Charles Bent Tin bride is the talented and charming young daughter of Mrs Annie Lyons of 171 Baird avenue and the groom a valuabli employe of the Dispatch After tin ceremony on elegant wedding supper was served at the home of the brides mother where they received the congratulations of a host of friends They wil go to housekeeping on West Madison Street JOHN FLOOD GOING EAST Will Represent the Wathei Distillery Company in New England John W Flood one of Lonisvillei most promising IrishAmericans whc years ago went with the Mattingly Dis tillery Company and step by step won his way to one of its unit responsible positions will remove Monday with his family to Boston Upon the formatiot of the Whisky Trust he was retained in his former capacity uhtil this week when he was appointed New England representative of the Wathen Distillery Company with headquarters in Boston where he will reside Mr Flood has a wide circle of friend in this city among the Elks and other fraternal societies and was Second Lieu tenant of the prize drill team of the for mer While his removal will be felt as a loss to the community all are glad that he has been promoted to a higher position FASTEST TRAINS IN THE WORLD Strange as it may appear the fastest trains in the world are neither English nor American but French During recent years the palm for highest speedI has on some occasions been English more often American but since the firstt of July the three fastest trains in the world have been run in France The train between Paris and Calais accom plishes the journey of 185 miles in three hours and fifteen minutes That between Paris and Brussels does the 143 miles between Paris and Feignies on the Bel gian frontier in two hours and fortysi minutes Lastly the express from Paris to Madrid accomplishes the distance between Paris and Bordeaux of 303 miler i in six hours and forty two minutes This high rate of speed has been rend ered possible of accomplishment by the improvement and ingenuity displayed inI French boiler and locomotive construe lion It may be added that the speed ofr FrenchI battleships fqr the past two I has also been between one and two knots neater than that of English which are now making up for lost time by installing French boilers Exchange REGISTRATION Next Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday will be registration days anl those- vho desire to cast a vote at the fall election must see to it that their names are on the books The County Election Commissioners will probably announce the precinct elections officers tc moorrow or Monday There are 834 to be appointed TAKEN TOTHE INFIRMARY The condition of Miss Maggie Cauty whose illness iis notedln another column hofl taken a change for the VoOfHHlr physicians pronounce it typhoid fever Site bus been reproved tOar and RlisiMxi Hospital f- o wwvwr w How Are l Your Teeth If they need attention there is no better place to have them fixed than at t- heLouisville I I I Dental Parlors 544 FOURTH ST Right Next to Avenue Theater Their prices are the lowest work the best and all guaranteed They will treat you right REMEMBER TilE PLACE Louisville Dental Parlors c44 JOURTII ST I I IIc I t I IIII I IJI i I II I GranW Smiths Sons i i Funeral Directors i And Embalmers i 1IMISS KATE SMITH Lady Assistant and Embalmer iflj i Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice iS S E COIL EIGIITII AND JEFFERSON STS = = TELEPHONE 810 = IIIIIIIIIII II IIIIII+ I IIII IIIIII IIIIIIIIIl II 1 ItII I f I I 1EF II IfMiiI MOllllul6llt GOlfipallUlDESIGNERS AND BUILDERS OF = ITALIAN MARBLE AMERICAN AND SCOTCH GRANITE 1 rionuments es b iiArtistic Work Only Solicited Workshops and Studios Carrara Italy i WAREROOMS 322 to 328 WEST GREEN STREET jjjj IIIIIIIIIIIII4IIIII1IIIIIIIII IIlf IIIIIIIIII II II I e- si PARADISEes r iI SAMPLE ROOMesi y iii u Good Liquors a Specialty Fifteen Ball Pool es s M J HICKEY PROPRIETORo et Telephone 384 248 West Jefferson Street e JOHCJV IS FRANI f WALTERS CIay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 2092 LOUISVILLE KY HENRY C LAUER a LIVERYlI I AND BOARDINGm STABLEr 428430 East Jefferson St EClootxrlo Ilors C1Jppb Ir 2rso For Head Horses and Vehicles to hire at all hours at reasonable rates TELEPHONE 1140E- a IIII I EMBLEM CONTEST I Who IIs the Most Popular HibernianP Two handsome Emblems of the Ancient Order of P e Hibernians will be awarded by the Kentucky Irish 5 American to the members receiving the highest num her of votes these coupons only to be used for ballots 0 y 11q r tGRecord the CaadtdMeonthePiretLine Division ou the end u i I EN1UCKY IRISH A I1 IZrICPi1 TI JIWATHfN + at h f f M f m r CRf MfRY AND AKfRf 629 EIGHTH ST Vanilla and Lemon per gal 05c Fruits and Chocolates per gal 7oc Coffee and Banana per gal 75c Almond and Macaroon per gal f100 Bisque and Tnttifrutt 100 to jl25i pricks and Euchre 100 Sherbets and Ices 05c Sweet Cream C 0c Cream delivered to New Albany and Jeffersouville also shipped to all ship ping points iiH MilK RND CRfAM A specialty It is the purest and best Telephones 2144 and 2588 Q6rSpecial rates to hotels dealers and large orders MPORIUM Higgins DeGraw1 423 WFST JEFFERSON ST Just below Fourth Our stock cm exceptionally lected lines of platedSilverware Glass and Meta- lNoveltiesChina Ware Table Cutlery Sidef board Decora tions Water Sets Tabourettesr Jardinieres and Pedes tals Lace Curtains Rugs Art Squares Carpets Draperies Etc Every desirable necessity and tasty novelty for making the diningroom neat cozy comfortable 0 Walsh the Tailor I11- i 232 FOURTH AYE i Examineii ExamineComplete Line tJ Fallt rJ Suitings 1 r4 r 1 jOiiIP KELLY SONl DEALERS IN Groceries1 VegetablesFresh MeatsII Seventeenth and Bank StreetsI I Special attention given to family orders and goods de livered to all parts of the city RIVERVIEYI PARK Is Now Open to the Public A few select dates for picnics etc open Call at office 413 W Jefferson CONCERT EVERY SUNDAY- By PROF MORBACHS BAND M1 MURPHY3 GR CRlf8PRiD Cf MEATS Wines Llqnors Feed Hay and Grain V IS Cor Seventeenth and Portland Av HERE YOU ARE FOR i 1 o t m a SALOON d MARKETds MY SPECIALTY IS FINE WHISKY f JJIM MOORES PLACE 1521 Portland Ay- eLEGIIORNSBROWN Average 200 eggs a year Eggs for hatching 5 cents chTwo Cockerels for same cheap CHAS r D 1 JACQUES 1 2422 St Xavier M DLawlerI FIRST CLASS GROCERY AND SALOON N W Cor NlMtwitfc lad Dnicaa Five iHMkaml Mtfslc Saturday NIght ODORLESS VAULT GLEANING r JOHN JKAJRJMTJ3 YTelppbones 9718Jo DRY WELL DIOOINdMkYy + asll will a ITHE REPUBLICANN TICKET j Por Governor WILLIAM S TAYLOR Of Butler County For Lieutenant Governor JOHN MARSHALLOf Louisville Fur Secretary of State CALEB POWERSOf County For Attorney General CLIFTON J PRATT Of Hopkins County For AuditorREV JOHN S SWEENEYOf For TreasurerWALTER R DAY Of Breathitt County For Superintendent of Public Instruction JOHN BURKEOf County II For Commissioner of AgricultureI CAPT J W j THROCKMORTONOf For Railroad Commissioners CAPT H S IRWIN Second District JOHN C WOOD i Third District IRISH 8 SOCIETYDIRECTORYA DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month PresidentThomas Keenan Vice President Tim J Sullivan Recording SecretaryThomas J Dolan Financial SecretaryPeter Cusick 132 Twentieth stree- tTreasurerJohn Mulloy DIVISION 2 Meets on the Second and Fourth Thurs day Evenings of Each Month PresidentWilliam T Meehan Vice PresidentThomas Camfield MooneyFinancial 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiren DIVISION 3 Meets WednesdayEvenings PresidentPatrick T Sullivan CavanauKhRecording Financial Secretary N J Sheridan 2018 Lytle stree- trreasuref George J7 Butler- DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fouth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month nesYViceGroganFinancial420 East Gray street TreasurerHarry Brady- DIVISION 0 Meets TuesdayEvenings CunninghamVice MackeyFinancial010 Thirteenth street- Treasurer1I J McCarthy CENTRAL LABOR UNION OFFICERS PresidentJames McGill Vice PresidentJ W Stevens Corresponding SecretaryZeno M Young 540 Second street HennessyFinancial TreasurerWilliam A Pool Sergeant at ArmsNelson Green Chairman Board of DirectorsWalter- M Young NOVEMBER ELECTION M MMIILDOONl DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR PARK- COMMISSIONE3R GOING TO BUTLER Rev Father Albert Stroebele Leaves to Recover His Health Rev Father Albert Stroebele rector of St Augustins colored church at Four teenth and Broadway who during the past ten months has done so much to ward bringing life Into the colored mission has been granted one years leave of absence from the diocese which he will spend at the Sanitarium Bellevueat But ler N J where he hopes to recover his former good health which has recently become seriously impaired During his pastorate Father Albert has endeared himself to every member of his congrega tion who hope for his speedy recovery and return to St Augustins Jauiee Moore of 1847 Tyler avenue who was inured some time ago has almost recovered and will soon be able toll t8Onl t tingolldadi1u U IRELAND Record of the Host Important of Ithe Recent Events Culled j jFrom Exchanges Great interest is being taken in the establishment of the basketmaking indus try in Ireland Thomas Phelan Coroner for South Mouaghan died September B at Black rock Dundalk- ItI is announced that Parliament has confirmed an order of the Local Government Board permanently constituting the Corporation of Belfast the port sanitary authorityMartin Lavan who has held the clerk ship of the Portunna Council for over a third of a century has been granted an increase of salary in recognition of his valuable services According to the report of the Regis trar General during the last fiftytwo years about 2000000 acres which were formerly under grain have gone out of cultivation in Ireland The death took place on Tuesday September 5 in the ninetythird year of his age and seventieth of his ministry of the Rev John B Meehan late parish priest of Croagh County Limerick Councillor T D Pyle has been nomi nated by the City Corporatiou to act as Mayor of Dublin for the year 1000 He was opposed by Alderman Dowd the Labor candidate who was defeated by only one vote A destructive fire came near destroying the residence of George Cooney at Mountainpole two miles from Kells The blaze originated in a hay shed and spread rapidly to other outbuildings 200 tons of hay being consumed At a recent meeting of the Athlone Guardiaus it was unanimouslyagreed that the Local Government Board should be called upon to hold a sworn inquiry into the cause of Mrs Pate being admit ted into the Athlone hospital At the adjourned quarterly meeting of the North Tipperary County Council held in Nenagh under the Presidency of Patrick Fogarty a resolution was adopted putting in force throughout Ros crea district the provisions of the Irish education act The Pethard County Tipperary pet ty sessions were adjourned last week in consequence of the death of Clement J Carroll of Rocklaw who was for many years a Magistrate of the county and who was an ardent sportsman and an ex ceedingly hospitable gentleman At the Drogheda petty sessions Thomas McLea publican was prosecuted by John Walsh bailiff for assault while executing a civil bill decree From the evidence it appeared that defendant struck the bailiff on the head with a mallet Defendant admitted the assault and was fined Early on Friday morning a young man named Kavanagh who resided at Colling tree road Belfast committed suicide by jumping from the Queens bridge into the River Lagan Several persons wit nessed the occurrance and endeavored to save the unfortunate man but without successMr AbbeyIripe old age of eightythree The deceased was best known in connection with his famous breed of Shorthorns It is over fifty years since he formed lids first herd and ever since then it has been increasing in quality and fame The Limerick carters and hackney car drivers are up in opposition against a scheme to lay down goods and passengers by electric tramways through the city and a large deputation of the men waited on the Mayor at the Town Hall to ask him to influence the Corporation to refuse their sanction to the project The complaint is universal that both the barley and oat crops are extremely light in Kildare and Queens counties In parts of Queens county land which last year gave nineteen barrels of oats to the acre has this year only yielded eleven Potatoes turnips and mangolds are a magnificent crop while fruit of every de scription promises an abundant yield Moyne church was solemnly dedicated on Suuday September 0 by the Most Rev Dr Hoare Lord Bishop of Ardagh and Clonmacnoise The church will sup ply a want long felt by the people of the district who for many years have been obliged to hear mass in an old house almost in ruins The dedication sermon was preached by the Very Rev Father AustinMajor Fair Local Government Board Inspector held an inquiry in the board room Longford Union preparatory to proceeding with a scheme for the erection of laborers cottages There was a large attendance of Councillors and the gen eral public There were twentyfive representations considered and it is thought that of these about twenty will be sanctioned On Sunday September 10 and following days a bazar in aid of the Catholic church of Stamullen of which the Rev Father Davis is the esteemed pastor was held lr the handsome grounds of Gor maustown Castle kindly given on the occasion by the Right Hon Lord Vis count Gfrmanstown A great deal of attractions and amusements were pro vided for visitors Willian Murphy a large former residing at Garrynisk was found dead recently in iris own house The deceased was a bachelor and lived alone At the Coroners inquest Patrick Kinsell a neighbor who dropped in during the evening to see Mr Murphy found the deceased lying dead in the chair with his head thrown back The verdict was that death was due to peritonitis At the meeting of the Athlone Guar liana the resolution of the Wexford Union dealing with the question of old age pensions was submitted for approval theltime had arrivedwhen should introduce tome practical scheme for the benefit of aged members of the agricul J tural and laboring classes No action was taken on the resolution The Grand Iberion bazar in aid of the St Iberius Catholic Club was opened on Saturday by the Rev Father Doyle Wexford Father Doyle was accompanied by Mayor Ryan and the numbers of the Corporation The magnificent pavilion with its gay and fashionable crowd pre sented a very animated appearance There were two bands in attendance and there was a continuous round of enter tainmentsA accident which will probably result in loss of life has just occurred inI Newport It appears that a young man of the farming class named Maloney was assisting at a threshing machine in the neighborhood of the town when stooping to arrange the harness on one of the horses the animal lashed out vio lently with his hind legs striking the unfortunate young man in the chest and stomach and inflicting very serious internal injuries- At Clonmel on Saturday Thomas Murphy was summoned for allowing five dogs to be on the public road unmuzzled Solicitor Higgins on behalf of Murphy did not question the facts but contended that his client did not come within the section There were exemptions in the muzzling order in favor of packs of hounds and greyhounds being used for sporting purposes or being exercisedand also other sporting dogs being used for sporting purposes when in control of a competent person The case was dis missedOn Friday morning a girl named Bridget ONeill aged eighteen years only child of Hugh ONeill of Brough derg met her death by drowning De ceased was crossing Broughderg river by stepping stones after visiting some rela tives when owing to the flood of the river she was swept off the stones or awaybypanied her raised the alarfri and the body was discovered about threequarters of a mile further down the river and taken to her fathers hom- eCENTRAL LABOR UNION iI Last Sundays Meeting Was Devoted to Routine Business The Central Labor Union held its regu lar monthly meeting at Becks Hall last Sunday afternoon with a very fair attend ance of delegates from the twentysix unions represented therein The creden tials of Charles L Taylor representing the local of the NationalTobacco Workers of America were received and the del egate seated An invitation to participate in theopen ing exercises of the Fall Carnival was received from the Parade Committee After some discussion it was decided not to take any part because nonunion carpen ters had been given the preference over union men by contractors Appeals were read from the anthracite coal miners of Pennsyluania and the street railway employes of Cleveland which were referred to the affiliated unions with the recommendation that they be rendered immediate assistance Communications were received calling upon the bicycle workers of this city to organize to be in position to meet the demands of the great trust now being formed in this country They were referred to the Organization Committee Letters were read front the lettercar riers of this city stating that the contract for their winter uniforms which have since been let would be awarded to manufacturers employing union labor and from the Allied Printing Trades Council and Federation of Labor of Chi cago relative to the fight now being urged upon Victor Lawson and his non union papers the News and Record A committee was appointed by President McGill to draw up resolutions expressing the sentiments of the Central Labor Union upon the course pursued by the publisher of those papers The Labor day committee submitted most gratifying report and were given further time as there are yet a number of tickets to be accounted for The Buck Stove Company of St Louis and the Liberty and Cumberland Mills of Nashville having satisfactorily settled the differences existing with their employes their names were ordered stricken from the unfair list It was reported that several unions not now represented would send delegates next month which will bring the mem bership up to thirtytwo locals all under the jurisdiction of natipual bodies and the American Federation of Labor After the transaction of much business of a routine character the meeting ad journed to the fourth Sunday in October Wednesday noon the Advisory Board and committee from the Central Labor Union met at the Board of Trade when the misunderstanding that led to the action mentioned above was explained to the satisfaction of the jnions involved The conference was a pleasant ore and joininanythingInunanimouslyadopt That this board highly appreciates the visit of the committee from the Central Labor Union and further that they are in hearty accord and cooperation with the purposes of the labor organizations That a copy of these resolutions be sent to the Exalted Ruler of the Louis ville Lodge of Elks with the request that in future all contracts made by the Louisville Lodge of Elks union labor shall be recognizedThat copy of these resolutions be sent to the Secretary of time Central Labor Union r BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARY A number of Mike Hickeys friends showed aongratulaUoBS upon him Thurs day evening time occasion beingi hiS birthday anniversary The surprise was most complete but Mrs HlcJcey entertained with bounteous nipper Ji t HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOeneral- News Notes Vice President Joe Lynch was missed from his chair Wednesday evening Division 4 is going right ahead and ad mitting new members at every meeting Severel longtime absentees were present at the meeting of Division 1 Tuesday eveningWith Dan Harnedys transfer card went the best wishes of the members of Division 4- Patrick Gillen of Covington was adI mUted to membership in Division 1 Tues day evening The Young Mens Division will shortly announce the manner in which they will celebrate Thanksgiving The Hibernians will all turn out in the great parade Monday week They will assemble at Hibernian Hall The First Division of Bridgeport Conn has appointed a committee to make ar rangements for its annual fair There was a splendid meeting of Divi sion 4 Wednesday night John Doran and P Lehand were elected members Joseph Dougherty was initiated member of Division 1 at its meeting this week The ceremony was the best yet exhibited under the new form The Hibernian Knights of the East all resuming active drilling Capt areI Breen and Lieut Hallihan will soon be gin putting their men through Now that the evenings are pleasant there should be a great increase in the attendance at the meetings of Division 3 Turn out next Wednesday night Division G will meet Tuesday evening Every member should be present Mat ters of great importance to the young men will be introduced for consideration The Third Division of Bridgeport Conn will celebrate its eighth anni versary October 10 with an entertainment with State county and division officers asguestsThe Paul and Minneapolis papers make special mention of thellfine ap pearance of the Hibernians in the recent great German Catholic parade in the former city- Martin Higgins John Shaughnessy and James Burke were the three swells in a great cake walk ar theIrislr dance that occured Wednesday evening at the Fifth Avenue Hall Division 1 of Nashville last week gave a very pleasant outing dance and euchre party at Glendale Park A large number of invitations had been sent out and a se lect crowd was present- A lively contest is on between the members of Division 1 of Duluth Minn for a gold prize of 10 to the one procur ing the largest number of members be tween nbw and January 1 Division 1 of St Paul Minn will hold an open meeting and entertainment October 18 According to reports in the Irish Standard large numbers are being initiat ed at each meeting of Divisions 1 4 and 9 Nearly one hundred women were present at a meeting held at Fall River Mass last Sunday week to join a ladies auxiliary Addresses were delivered by State and county officers after which Mary E McDonald was elected Presi dent The Hibernian Rifles of Providence and a detachment of the Hibernian Knights made a very imposing appear ance on the occasion of their recent ex cursion to Newport The weather was all that could be desired and the Visitor says the steamer Bay Queen never carried a happier crowd The mass meeting recently held at Columbia Theater by Divisions 4 and 10 of North Adams Mass was vary large W II Barrett introduced Rev J Fallon of Williamstown as the presiding officer Father Fallon is the spiritual director of the order in Berkshire county John A Ryan of Boston made the principal speech Among other things he said We are hearing a great deal about the AngloSaxon these days but the Anglo Saxon is not all This nation is not all AngloSaxon by any means All nation alities have coalesced here England has ever been a hater of the nation We can afford to let her work out her own destinyand we will work out ours I say to McKinley and to all other Gov ernment officials let no greed for power lead us to wrong any man or to make war on those who have never wronged us The Hibernians of Suffolk county Mas tendered a testimonial to the Rev Charles F Donahue of St Thomas par ish Jamaica Plain on the eve of his de parture fora well earned vacation Father Donahue is State chaplain of the Ancient Order of Hibernians Previous to the exercises in the hall a parade was held through several of the streets At the conclusion of the parade the exercises were opened in the hall which was crowded to the doors Thomas Lally Vice President of Division 15 Jamaica Plain presided Mr Lally spoke of the feeling of love toward Father Donahue which actuated those gathered before him He introduced as the first speaker County President William J Cronin It was his pleasant duty to present to Father Donahue a purse o money as a slight token of their esteem Among the other speakers were Hon John R Mur phy Representative Minton and Patrick- J Hannon State Secretary One of the best mouse scarers is the foliage of the walnut tree When traps are useless the above is most successful and for those to whom such leaves are obtainable there need be no more worry about those annoying little animals Even after the foliage has been dried it is still effectual in driving them away On the continent where country folk bury such vegetables as turnips carrots celery j etc for winter UHa layer of time above keeps the mice away Pay up for the pMt year sod the next Y I jv THE 44 KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 4 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 circu lation has enjoyed a steady growth This should be increased 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indorsement was unanimously wj adopted by the delegates of both bodies The preamble and resolutions adopted by wthe Central Labor Union are as follows tfti I Whereas Many misstatements have recently appeared in the press of this Jcity relative to the Central Labor Union and organizations represented therein and Vuf Whereas The Kentucky Irish American has always been a consistent and unbiased champion of the trades union movement therefore be it w Resolved That the Central Labor Union indorse said Kentucky Irish American Was the official newspaper of this body KM Resolved That the proceedings of this organization and all affiliated unions be ij 0 communicated to the public through the columns of the aforesaid paper JIIgS S S DEMOCRATIC TICKET State Offices ofJetrersoncountyLieutenant P P JOHNSTON of Fayetto county PTANNERcountyAUditorFRANK of Cald countyTreasurerJOHN C DUOEOE of Ken ton county Secretary of StateE U HINES of Warren county TastruotlonREVcounty CJnmls ioier of Agriculture D W VANCCCVEER of Lincoln county For Railroad Commissioner Frst LlstrlctFLETCHER DEMPSEY ofcountyGecoid C C McCHORD of countyThird W HAMILTON of Montgomery countyState Senator- LThttrtyseventh DistrictROBERT TY legislature RAGLANDFortyfifth DIstrlctJOHN M LET TERLEFortysixth DlstrlctGEO M GOETZ Fortyseventh DIstrlctJOHN TEVIS Fortyeighth DistrictHENRY KRE MERFortyninth DlstrlctJAS P REEDY Fiftieth DlstrlctSYMESTER MDON OUGH Fiftyfirst DIstrlctTHOS DREWRY Judge of City Court JOHN MCANN magistrate Aldermen HUL8LENDR J H BUSCHE CHAS BYRNE MEYER HECTOR B DU CHAS J CRONAN LANEY f DOERHOEFER THOS SATTER W W MCALL WHITE JOHN U GRUBER M J FORD Councilmen andJOHNSecond Ward FRANK SCHAEFER and J H OSTENDORF Third WardJAMKS J ADAMS and JOSEPH II GERNERT Fourth WardGEORGE DuSOUCHET and JOHN T BOURKE Fifth WardDR C G RUSSMAN and JAMES W GARRISON Sixth WardJOHN C MILLER and REUBEN JACOBS Seventh WardED L MDONALD and H J REED Eighth WnrdGlTS WEHRLEY and TQ DUNLAP andWILLIAM DRREleventh WnrdCHARLES FEENEY and CHARLES SHUCK Twelfth WardED J MDONALD and JOHN B CAMPBELL School Trustees SNODGRASSFortysixth Fortyseventh District HANCOCK TAYLOR COCHRANFiftieth DltrIctE W GALVIN ATKINSONPark Commissioners- M MULDOON DOERHOEFERW State Campaign Committee- P P JOHNSTON Chairman DROEGEUEOLLETrHeadquarters FIRST ANNUAL BALL The first annual ball to be given by the Louisville Printing Pressmens Union will beheld at Music Hall on Thursday Octo ber 2G This union is composed of nearly all the printing pressmen in the city and numbers among its members some of the brightest and test artists and mechanics to be found anywhere While their hum ber in point of membership is not as large as some of their ulster unions yet as entertRierstbeyare hard to beat As this is their first public entertainment the committeeof which Mr J H Wagner is Chairman will leave nothing undone to make it a success and guarantee all who attend a pleasant evening LYONS NEW PLACE John C Lyons for teM1t two years doing buineM at 121 Wet Market street ban moved to 1080 West Main Tavernjwkerebe to the best tlamarket ftaNi He atil- traltie famoM sip gtaM L s J k 4 J JOENEVINE- lected Grand Marshal For the IrishAmericans in the Car nival Parade Enthusiastic Meeting at Hiber nian Hall Last Thurs tIny Night Executive Committee Make Sat isfactory Report and the Badges Distributed TO MEET AGAIN THURSDAY NIGHT The largest meeting yet held by the IrishAmericans to make preparations for participating in the Elks fall carnival parade took place Thursday evening atj Hibernian Hall with County President Murphy in the chair Secretary Frank Cunningham read the report of the Executive Committee which was unanimously adopted Besides mak ing the necessary arrangements it urges every IrishAmerican citizen to assemble at Hibernian Hall Monday week and aid in swelling the ranks of their division and making a showing that will be the equal of any other Chairman Feeney being absent Thos W Tarpey of the Finance Committee made a fine report and presented the badges to be worn to those presenl They are small but handsome embracing the national colors of the United States and Ireland uniquely intermingled Capt Joe Breen reported that Company A Hibernian Knights would turn out in full dress uniform as would also the St Patricks Cadets Pleasing but short ad dressed were made by Messrs Matt Winn R A Watson and Gus Kane the former stating that he would urge those Knights of Columbus not Elks to join with the IrishAmericans Upon motion the Secretary was in structed to extend invitations to the Hi bernians and IrishAmericans of New Albany and Jeffersonville to participate with them in the opening exercises on October 0 It was also decided to observe Irish American day October 17 and invita tions will be extended to Irishmen all over the State to be present on that occa sion County President Murphy announced that divisions of Hibernians might also by present from Frankfort and Covington Other speakers were Joe Nevin John J Flynn Jeff Banuon Tom Tarpey William Lawler Tom Keenan and John McAteer whose remarks created much enthusiasm Col John Kelly said that he favored the Elks and Irish parades recounting the pleasing impressions created by the observance ot St Patricks day years ago He favored all such enterprises ns the present believing this an opportune time to make a fine display His four boys and himself would be in the ranks The sentiments expressed were applauded again and again Mr John McAteer and Louis Unmet also spoke most encouragingly and paid a handsome tribute theenterprise of the Elks I j jJoseph elected Grand Mar shal and will announce his aides next Thursday evening Several hundred badges were distri buted and all those who will turn out are urged to report at next Thursday nights meeting and be supplied The names of John Keating National President of the Ancient Order of Hiber nians lion John Finerty of Chicago and Hon Bourke Cockran of New York were suggested for orations on October 17 in addition to Hon Edward J McDermott and lion Matt ODoherty The entire matter was left with the Executive Committae who will confer with the Elks Advisory Board Every IrishAmerican in the halls Cities will be expected to be in the ranks or else out of the city October U HALF PARE TO CHICAGO On October 2 to 10 inclusive the Big lour Route will sell tickets to Chicago and return at IifK the round tripon account of fall festival and dedication of Government building Ticket iare good returning leaving Chicago upio and including October 14+ Information furnished on application to S J Grater General Agent 318 Fourth avenue1 Louis ville ryItkldlwJu the bpi fcf tM I ww tboyl vribJjrWbg M t tor I Ii fO r J I I THEATRICALS theI For next week the attraction at Temple Theater will be a play that has attracted large audiences and won much applauee in the leading cities of this country For the first time in Louisville the Meffert Stock Company will present The Idler a love story delicate but of remarkable strength The effects of an early flirtation on married life is the threadupon which the story is mounted It points a moral and the play will be adorned with entire new scenery and all the original effects that won it favor atI ItheI IIMark Ross an Idler after many stirr ing adventures in America returns to England arid there meets Sir John Hard ing M P whom he at once recognizes as the principal in an unfortunate adven ture that occurred in the wilds of Amer ica and which ended in the death of a man named Strong whose brother has sworn to be avenged This brother appears coon the scene and then ensues a number of thrilling situations until the close of the play which will be magnifi cently mounted That famous combination of buries quern the RentzSantley Company are underlined for an appearance at the Buckingham next week and it will be the first opportunity in a long while that our theatergoers have had to see this fore wellknown in presenting beauty new trust and novel featurc5ii their success being evidenced by the swarms of imitators they have led their competitors in the race for superiority Great as have been their presentations in the past they are overshadowed by their present immensity being greater in numbers superior in quality of entertainers grander in wealth of scenic display more sumptuous in magnificence of costumes its past glories fade in comparison with its present grandures Murphy and Nolan n pair of unusually entertaining come dians will lead a bewildering lot of beauties in the new burletta The High Flyer Club which has proven very popular This will be its first presentation in LouisvilleWhere theClWho is Who company appeared last season it left behind a name second to none in the fun making IUNNV lUNCK SCKNK rline and the announcement that Who is Who is coming to the Avenue next week beginning Sunday matinee wilt be received by theatergoers whit genuine pleasure Who is Who fs a comedy that classes with the very best of plays constructed for laughing purposes only and it has a number of high class vaudeville features to enhance its value This is the third season of this company kind it is better and stronger than ever The play is one continual round of com plicatlons which are all straightened nt in the last act The company is a arge one and contains a number of well known people HOW WARS BEGIN 01Mrs Twaddles had been reading about tine Peace Conference- I dont see why pien have to go throughall that rigmarole to keep from fightiriliaidshe Why cat they be sensible and live InI peace Mr Twaddles said it would be difficult to explain to her all the causes of war and Oh yes of course certainly said siteilImonlY awoman and wouldt understand Thats the way you men alvroysfi I didnt My to my dear I only HOlt of cQureofcoursesnMk out of it Thats jjust like- MraTwaddlee I tell you Doai you Mrs Twaddles iijej you wretch brllllet this teacup fly at your miserable John Twaddles dont ytfu lay abandon me or 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