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LOUISVILLE: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7, The t is the accomplished daughter of Mrs. Elizabeth Enihoff, of bride-elec- LACE CURTAIN LAUNDRY, lead and never follow. Our. work In laundering lace curtains) at 20c a pair gives entire satisfaction. Work called for and delivered. First-clas- s serlcc. MAD. BABEY, 625 Second St. Telephone 2631. ; We VOLUME III. NO. 14. 1S99. PRICE FIVE CENTS. LEAGUE. night, October 10. Matthews has championship aspirations. The series will close October 20 with a twenty round contest between Tim Keams nnd George Kerwin, the Chicago Mystery. The exhibitions will take place at Music Hall, and nil will be preceeded by lively IRELAND AT CIIICAQO. ENTHUSIASM Grccteil the Executive Committee's Iteport Thursday Evening. 023 East Walnut street, and a sister of lion. John Keating Invited to Be the Orator lor Irish-American Day. Mrs. Charles Hermes. The groom is an enterprising young German-America- n doing a prosperous grocery business at Twelfth and Magazine streets, whovcounts his friends among the better classes of our citizens. Following the ceremony there will be a wedding breakfast at the home of the bride's mother, after which the happy pair will leave for Chicago. They will be at home to their friends at Twelfth and Magazine about November i. IRISH TO THE FRONT. is to be given at Music Hall, commencing November 11 and lasting two weeks, for tile benefit of the Sisters of the Good jsiiepherd. Weekly meetings are held jn St. Mary's Hall, large Elks' Fall Carnival "Will Open attended ofbyladies and enthusiastic assemblages and gentlemen, and Monday "With the Great the clergy are also taking a deep interest in the enterprise. Both the English and Parade. German speaking J congregations arc equally interested. The object for which the bazar will be is to defray the Every Civic and Military Organ- - expenses incurredgiventhe erection of new by izatlon in the City Will buildings for the Sisters of the Good Shepherd at Eight and Madison streets. Turn Out. READY TO MARCH the bazar which UNITED STILL UNDECIDED. The Weather Has Largo and Enthusiastic Meeting Held ltccently at the Hill oi'Oran. Itcsoliitions Adopted Calling on All Nationalists to .loin Hands. IJeen Unfavorable for the Contesting Yachts. ltogcrp, O'Dohcrty, McDcrmott Nearly Every Country the It Now Only Itcmnins for the Demand for Comfortable Homes public." for Laborers and Acre and Lincoln Will Make People to Make the Fair Scene of Their Rise Notes and Gossip f the Week Addresses. Allotments. a Success. to Power. ASSESSOR SEM0NIN, From All Parts of the Country. Nearly every civilized country in the L BADGES GIYEN OUT ONE THOUSAND RESTORE THE LAND TO THE PEOPLE Rumprs of His Candidacy for ROUTE THE PAGEANT WILL TAKE world has been the scene, of the rise to Pittsburg building! trades mechanics Mayor Discussed in Popower and influence of one or more IrishHibernian Hall was filled to its utmost capacity Thursday night with to complete the final arrangements for the part they are to take in Chairman parade. Monday's John Murphy called the meeting to order, and after the approval of the minutes Mr. Newton G. Rogers reported that the necessary arrangements for the parade had been made, and all that now remains is for each man to be on hand Monday at 12 o'clock. The Executive Committee also reported that they were in communication with Hon. John Keating, of Chicago. National President of the Ancient Order of Hibernians, and hoped to have him here as the principal orator for day, Tuesday, October 17. In addition Messrs. Newton G. Rogers, Matt O'Doherty, Edward J. McDerniott and Walter P. Lincoln have been invited to deliver addresses upon that occasion. Enthusiastic talks were made by Patrick Holly, Thomas W. Tarpey, John J. Barrett, M. W. Murphy, Thomas Cody and others. The Executive Committee will meet this evening at the office of Mr. Newton G. Rogers, and another public meeting will be held next Thursday evening to complete arrangements for the observday. ance of Alderman William Patterson was assistant to Marshal Nevin, while Mike O'Donnell, Con Ford, Pat Milligan and William Kinney were substituted as aides in place of those who preferred to divisions.'- appear badges were distributed, One thousand and another thousand will be ready for Monday for those who have not been to the meetings. At the meeting of the Executive Committee Monday evening the following gentlemen were selected in the order named as aides to Chief Marshal Joe Nevin: State President Martin Cusick, State Secretary James Coleman, County President John Murphy, Presidents Thos. Keenan, Charles Feeney, William T. Meehan, Patrick Sullivan, John Hen-nessMessrs. William M. Higgins, Jeff Bannon, Frank G. Cunningham, Newton G. Rogers, George J. Butler, Thomas W. Tarpey, John J. Barrett, John M. Mulloy. They will all be mounted and are expected to present a fine appearance. Irish-AmericaIrish-America- n Irish-Americy, LABOR WORLD. The Chicago day banquet of the Marquette Club takes place at the Auditorium ISoth Boats Made Fine Show ing, ISnch Leading at' Hotel in that city this evening, and will be on n more elaborate scale than ever Times. before. President McKinley will be the inguest of honor. The list of speakers cludes the name of Archbishop Ireland, whose subject will be the "American Re- Confidence Growing That the Trophy Will Itemnin in America. THIRD TRIAL WILL BE MADE TODAY men. Although prevented at home for several centuries from holding offices, they have gone out into the world and proven to be irrepressible, rising to eminence and power in almost every land under the sun, says the Duluth Herald. It was an Irishman who liberated Chile and the name of O'Higgins is as much revered in that country as the name of Washington is in the United States. Until a recent date an Irishman had ruled for years with unquestioned authority as sovereign of Yap, one of the Caroline islands. Three Presidents of the United States, Monroe, Polk and Buchanan, were sons of Irish immigrants, and it has been a subject of dispute as to whether Andrew Jackson was born in Ireland or America. The number of men of Irish blood who have been Governors of our States, Senators, Congressmen, cabinet officers, and who have filled other high political offices in this country is legion. Washington had no better Generals than the Irishmen Mad Anthony Wayne and Sullivan. On both sides of our civil war there were many thousands of Irish soldiers and some of the most efficient officers of each army were Irishmen. It took an Irishman to defeat Napoleon. Ireland has given several Prime Ministers to England, n Prime Minister to Austria and a President to the French republic. An Irishman has sat on the Viceregal throne of India and the Duke of Teutuan, one of the most illustrious of living Spaniards, is of direct Irish descent, his Byron real name being O'Donnell. aiuIrislimanSheridau) had won the double distinction of writing the best comedy and making the most eloquent speech in the English language. of the British The commander-in-chie- f army today, Lord Wolseley, is an Irishman. All of which facts are recalled by the announcement that the Winnebago Indians have elected an Irishman as chief of their tribe. Louisville's great fall carnival will be open Monday. Buildings arc finished, every preparation has been made, and it only remains to throw open the gates with the sound of trumpets and the tramp of marching men. With the best civic and military parade this city has ever seen Louisville's great carnival will be inaugurated. Every SID J. GATES, Who has done great work for the carnival. military and civic organization in the of floats from, the-inrepresentative houses, as well as the attractive displays mounted and other wise, will form the great parade. Twenty bauds will be in line and nil the drum corps in the city have volunteered their services. The air will be alive with music and brilliant with flashing colors. This magnificent column will move at 1:110 sharp. One of the most attractive displays will be that of the mention of which is made elsewhere in this paper. The Louisville Midway will be in shape and ready for visitors on Monday evening at 7 o'clock. The gates of the fair will be opened at 2 o'clock on Monday, and thereafter the big carnival will be open at 12:110 o'clock. Every electric light has been tested and none found de- fient, so the grounds at night will be gorgeous with thousands of lights and the Midway will be a fairy laud. The police and fire services have been inaugurated and every convenience and comfort that can combine for the welfare and pleasure of the visitor has been arranged, and it now only remains for the people of Louisville to show their appreciation of the magnificent enterprise by making this Louisville festival the gigantic success it deserves to be. The Louisville Lodge of Elks who un selfishly conceived, promoted and developed this grand enterprise have done their share of the work. In less than six weeks' time this undertaking has been consummated. It has been no small task, and to the members of the antler tribe in Louisville there is due no small degree of credit for the phenomenal work done, and all indications point to a superb suecess. The general admission to the Louisville carnival is only ten cents, which is the smallest yet made for any such concern. The route of the parade was announced Thursday by Chief of Staff Borntraeger, and is as follows: The parade will form on Broadway and will move north on Eighth to Jefferson, east on Jefferson to Third, north on Third to Market, west to Ninth, north on Ninth to Main, east to Brook, south to Market, east to Jackson, south to Broadway, and west to Brook, where the column will disband. The great column will move at 1 o'clock sharp, and the start will be made known to the people of Louisville and the thou sands of strangers by the tooting of all the factory and steamboat whistles and the sounding of all the fire bells. The official reviewing stand will be at the Floyd and Broadway entrance, where Mayor Weaver, city officials and the committeemen will formally review the pro cession. In the reviewing stand will be also the Mayors of New Albany and Jef fersonville. city,-hundre- ds ost s, will organize a Building Trades Council. In the South within the last five months $ 7,000,000 lfas been invested in cotton mills. The Allied Printing Trades Council will boom the union label during the enf tire carnival. is reported that nil the cotton mills It at Full River, Mass., hre to be organized I into a combine. Syracuse trades unionists will hold a street fair, the proceejls to go toward the ,, , . crccuou oi n lauor icnipie. The French coal mines employ about 81,000 persons, of whom about 15 per cent, are women andhildrcn. The carpenters' unions of Pittsburg have withdrawn their delegates from the Western Pennsylvania Labor League. The meeting of the Typographical Union last Sunday was a reminder of old times. There was standing room only. President McGill ;this week turned over to the boot nnd shoe workers a char ter from the American Federation of La ' bor. The organization coniniitte of the Cen tral Labor Union is .doing good work. The colored barbers will soon have a ' union of their own The oldest trades union in Great Britain is the United Society of Brushmakers, founded jn 1778, andi'still flourishes with over 1,500 members. ;, The seventeenth annual convention of the Illionis State Federation of Labor convened at Danville? Tuesday, with a litical Circles. largerrresentarianfwaSjexpected. FROM NEW YORK. The Gallant Sixty-Nint- h Regiment in the New York Parade. Newton G. Rogers, the well known attorney, returned from New York City, where he witnessed the great Dewey parade last week. When asked his opin ion he stated that words were inadequate to describe its grandeur and magnitude one would have to see it to properly appreciate it. The military display sur passed anything ever witnessed in this country. The gallant Irish Sixty-nint- h of New York City and the Pennsylvania soldiers, who appeared without their guns, were vociferously cheered all along e the line, while the dude Seventh was roundly hissed. People in the leading hotels cheered, but the hisses rose above the cheering. The members looked neither to the right nor to the left, but marched steadily on. In striking contrast was the reception tendered which received an ovathe Sixty-ninttion along the route of march. Mr. Rogers says no body of men ever presented a more soldierly appearancp. When the white hats and green plumes flf the band at their head came in sight the cheers that greeted them showed the affection of the populace for the regiment that so promptly went to the front while the more wealthy one skulked. They wore handsome dark blue sack coats and pants of a lighter shade of the same color and their marching was perfect. Rear Admiral Schley and Gov. Roosevelt divided the honors of the day with Admiral Dewey, while Sampson was treated to a decidedly cool reception. People along the route fairly rose at Schley and shouted "Hurrah for the hero of Santiago," "There is the man that smashed Cevera's fleet," and "Hurrah for Schley," Speaking of the arches, he said they were both unique and handsome although very massive, and it would be a pity were they not preserved. Mr. Rogers also visited the Olympia and other war vessels anchored at and no one saw more of the great celebration than he did. stay-at-homTomp-kinsville, M'GRATH-GORMA- Union of Two Popular Young People a Happy Surprise to Their Friends. Their hosts of friends were happily surprised Wednesday evening when announcement was made of the marriage of Frank McGrath and Miss Maggie Gorman, of Eighteenth and Jefferson streets. The wedding was solemnized at St. Michael's church in the presence of a number of friends of the contracting parties, Rev. Father Sheridan performing the ceremony, after which the happy couple left for a tweweeks' bridal trip to Florida. The bride, who is one of the most popular and attractive young ladies in the West End, has an extensive acquaintance in the best circles of society all over the n city. Mr. McGrath is one of the and highly respected young men in Louisville. For many years he has been in business at Seventh and York streets and his place is one of the most popular in the southern part of the city. For n long time he was a member of the Democratic Executive Committee, nnd is known by the leading politicians of the State. The announcement of their union was hailed with delight by their many friends and admirers. All unite in wishing them a pleasant journey through life. best-know- BAZAR AND PRIZES. Commencing November 0 next Father White, of Clifton, will open a bazar and drawing of prizes that will be a new defair. He parture from the in offers a book of prizes, twenty-seve- n number, for fifty cents and every prize is worth at least $5. In addition to this nnique book there will be six booths MISSION AT ST. FRANCIS'. presided over by the various societies. It to pay oil a debt is Father White's object On Sunday morning, October 22, the of 5,000. We will give further details Fathers Boarman and Liuahan undertaking in our next issue, Jesuit open a mission at St. Francis of of this big will Rome church in Clifton. Rev. Father BLOEMER-EMHOFWhite extends an invitation to all to take advantage of this opportunity to Among the approaching notable that of Miss Gussie Emlioff make the mission. Further notice will and FfaaTc'Bloemer, which will lie solem- be given of the order of devotions for the nized with high maw" at St. Boniface benefit of the reader of the Kentucky church on Tuesday morulug, October 24. Irish American and the general public, RECOVERING. Miss Maggie Canty, whose serious illness was mentioned last week, has so far recovered that her friends hope for her removal home next week from Sts. Mary and Elizabeth Hospital. BAZAR FOR THE SISTERS. Never in the history of our fair city have the Catholics of Louisville been as much aroused as at the present time, over Rezin Orr, the International Treasurer of the Amalgamated Association of Street Railway Employes, is in the city. He addressed two largely attended meetings last night. Minister of Commerce Millerand, of France, has issued orders that hereafter all Government employes under the jurisdiction of his department shall be required to work but eight hours a day. William Jennings Bryan's speech at the State labor mass meetings at Dallas Monday night was almost the same as that recently delivered in Nebraska, and BEWARE OF FRAUDS. the President's Philippine policy came in for severe criticism. President Samuel B. Donnelly, of the There Will Be Many of Them International Typographical Union, reAppealing for Your ports that judging by the progress recent Patronage. ly made the nine-hou- r work day will be an established rule m every city and town in the country within the next Already there are evidences that this year. city will soon be the objective poinThe Executive Committee of Typo of those philanthropic merchants graphical Union No. C, of New York, in who will give one a suit of clothes with a circular just issued, states that persons every pair of suspenders purchased. soliciting funds in behalf of locked-ou- t There are now here houses advertising printers of the Sun are frauds. The suits made to order for less than the cost statement says the union's resources are of the goods nit. such that no aid is necessary or has been When any of our readers want to make asked for. a purchase they should patronize those President Mitchell, of the United Mine merchants and houses that employ home Workers' Union, says that all previous labor and endeavor to enhance the busirecords in the work of organizing the ness prosperity of Louisville. There is trade have been surpassed in the present more deception practiced in the clothing year. "We have now over 10,000 more business than in any other line, and when members than we had on January 1," he a suit of clothes is desired they should be says. "When the national convention procured from Walsh, Kleiderer, Matt was held in Pittsburg we had 700 local Winn, Moran & Long, Borntraeger, or unions. Now we have 1,040." any of the other many reliable merMore than 500,000 textile operatives chants who employ Louisville tailors at throughout the United States and Canada remunerative .wages and do not have will be beneficially affected if the pro their work done in the sweat shops of posed steps toward n federation of the New York. national bodies are carried out. Repre Many have been deceived and they sentatives of six national organizations of want their friends to know that better textile workers met recently in Boston suits can be had for the money from the and definite action was taken toward dealers in ready-mad- e clothing than are perfecting a national association to in furnished by those houses without a home clude the whole. that are pulling the public leg for the Theodore Zollner, a delegate from the benefit of English and Scotch products. Machinists' Union to the Minneapolis JOSEPH M. SCHMIDT. Trades Council, was unseated as a delegate at its last meeting, Zollner is a Joseph M. Schmidt died suddenly Socialist, and it was charged and proved Thusrday morning at his home, 1G03 that the Socialist Alliance was hampering Logan street, from the effects of a stroke and interfering with the work of trades of apoplexy. He was thirty years of age union organization. A committee of inbeen the representative in this vestigation to whom the matter was re- and had city of the Indianapolis Brewing Cotn- ferred recommended that all Socialists be Mr. Schmidt leaves a wife and expelled from the council, nnd Zollner pBtiy. four children, who have received many was "made to walk" accordingly. messages of condolence from here and The letter-carrieat their recent na- elsewhere in their sad bereavement. He tional convention at Scranton, Penn., was a brother of William and John gave the Hanna machine politicians a Schmidt and Mrs. Lizzie Zabel and Mrs. "solar plexus" blow from which they Fraber. The deceased was also a promihave not yet recovered, and in adminis- nent member of the Roman Knights. tering it made them understand very s GOOD BOXINQ BOUTS. plainly that although the may be Government employes they are not to be classed as creatures of the The Monarch Athletic Club has arrang Hanna machine. A resolution with a ed what will prove to be thejuost interest "Dewey" preface to grease its passage ing series of boxing exhibitions yet seen was introduced and indorsing the Ad- in Louisville. On the evening of October ministration's stand on the Philippine 11 Steve O'Donuell and Joe Choynski It was overwhelmingly voted are to meet in a twenty round bout for a 3uestion, the ground that it was an effort decision. This will be a game fight and to introduce politics into the association's ! spectators will get a run for their money. J- deliberations, Tom Williams and Matty Matthews, will come together at 145 pounds on Monday Now is the time to pay'subscriptions. rs letter-carrier- under the auspices of the United Irish League was held at the Hill of Ornn, about midway between Castlerea and Roscommon, says a late number of the Dublin Independent. The meeting was largely attended and there was much enthusiasm. The chair was taken by the Rev. John Deheny, of Balliiiahiglish. Resolutions were unanimously ndopted calling on nil the Nationalists of Roscommon to join hands cordially tor the advancement of the interests of the United Irish League nnd expressing delight at the very satisfactory progress of the United Irish League in this part of the country; that the work of the Congested Districts Board can not nfford a satisfactory remedy for the condition of the West until the entire province of Conuaught is made a schedule district, with a view to the purchase for the people's benefit the enormous grazing tracts of Roscommon, which are at present denuded of population; pledging themselves to put dowu that accursed eleven mouths' system which has enabled landlords to deprive the people of the lands, and that they wonld accept no settlement of the land question as final which does not provide the laborers in town and country with comfortable homes and acre allotments. Mr. John P. Haydcn, M. P., said the object of their meeting was to plant the people of that country on the green fields they saw around them, and from which landlordism had driven them. The land should be divided up into reasonable sized holdings, affording the means of livelihood to those for whom it was created, and thus prevent the necessity for so many of their people to leave these shores and find themselves in scenes of misery, degradation, and even of crime, to which they were forced. James O'Kelly, M. P., William O'Brien and the Rev. B. Geraghty also addressed the meeting. A vote of thanks to the reverend Chairman being passed amidst cheers, the proceedings terminated. On Sunday n meeting The prospective candidacy of County Assessor William J. Senionin for Mayor h ts caused n great deal of discussion in local political circles. Those who know Billy Scmoniu say that he is the strongest possible candidate yet mentioned, nud the friends of other prospective candidates admit that he would be very much He in the race should he decide to run. Off Sandy Hook during the past week have been taking place the greatest yacht races of the century. The cup for which the Shamrock and Columbia are racing is the most important if not the most costly yachting trophy that has ever been con tested for. From n mere prize in an open regretta, which it was on that memorable August day in 1851, it has become a feature in yachting circles. The Columbia is acknowledged to be the fastest yacht ever built in America, while the Shamrock is far and away the best yacht that has ever sailed in quest of the much sought-fo- r prize. The iirst of the races was sailed off Saudy Hook Tuesday before a vast crowd. Before the finish line was crossed the wind lulled and the yachts were not able to finish within the time limit. During the five and one-hal- f hours of racing the Shamrock proved herself a formidable contender for the America cup, which has remained here for almost half a century. Thursday's attempt was but n repetition of the previous one, and the followers of both boats feel confident of winning the trophy. The third attempt will be made today, when all America hopes for the defeat of the boat from across the pond. WILLIAM J. SEMONIN. The races will continue till one of the His friends believe he would be a strong boats has won three victories. They will candidate for Mayor. take place next week on Tuesday, Thurshas a large acquaintance all over the city, day and Saturday if today's effort proves failure. is one of the best hustlers in his party, a and is a genial nud affable gentleman. -- POLITICAL SENSATION. His aaministratton'or-tne-otticeorv.ounAssessor has stamped him as an executive officer of ability, and that he would handle the reins of the city government in Warrants Sworn Out for the Arrest of John J. Keano great shape none will deny. The race is a long time off, but Semouiu's friends and Others. claim that he is the man to win, who could unite all factions of the Democratic Warrants were issued Thursday by party and poll a large Republican vote in Judge McGee against John I. Keane. the addition. Democratic Committeeman for the Tenth ward, upon the complaint of Harry BurROSARY SUNDAY. nett, a Republican, who charges him with violation of the registration laws. War Its Magnificent Observance rants were also issued for the ariest of Joe Connaughton, Mike Connoly and at Church of St. Louis Arthur Shoemake, charged with aiding Bertrand. in illegal registration and registering illegally. The announcement of the foreirointr Last Sunday being rosary Sunday, the Sunday in October, very impressive caused considerable talk in political cir first services were held at St. Louis Bertrand's cles. The consensus of opinion is that there must be a mistake as to the clmrces church by the Dominican Fathers both against states that they are morning and afternoon. In the morning ...:n.... Keane,r who,.! i juuuuuuuii wuaievcr, as ne solemn high mass was sung at 10:30 nuuuui was connected in no manner with any o'clock, Very Rev. Father Logan acting as celebrant. The sermon was delivered such transaction as aliened, and he is at a loss to understand the motive. by Rev. Father Gaffney. John Keane is a In the afternoon solemn vespers were supporter ot his warm and enthusiastic party friends, but those sung and said by Fathers Gaffney, Pulinks and Weising to a crowd estimated wlio know mm will not believe that he at about .'1,000 people, filling the church has resorted to any violation of the law. to the doors. A rosary procession fol SEVENTEENTH ANNIVERSARY. lowed, in which several hundred little boys and girls of the parish took part, Mr. and Mrs. William Webb celebrated the fifteen silk bauners in honor of the the seventeenth anniversary of their fifteen mysteries of the rosary being car marriage Wednesday evening by inforried in this procession. mally cntertaintng their friends at their An able and eloquent sermon on the home, 1834 Portland avenne. Music and rosary was then preached by Rev. Father dancing were the features of the evening, Flood, who was listened to by the large including a song composed especially for crowd present with close attention. The the occasion by Miss, Corcpran. Among rosary was then recited, followed by those present were Mr. and Mrs. William benediction of the blessed sacrament, at Webb, Mr. and Mrs1. George Webb, Mr. whichrosaries, prayer books, scapulars and Mrs. George Tate, Capt. and Mrs. and other religious articles, also tue John Moore, Lieutenant and Mrs. P. J. "blessing of roses," was held, a pious and Scully, Mr. nnd Mrs. Stephen Sheelian, beautiful custom which is observed on Mr. and Mrs. John Sheelian, Mr. and rosary Sunday every year. Mrs. J. Bowman, Colonel and Mrs. Martin Sheelian, Mrs. Margaret McCue, Mrs. MAKING MANY FRIENDS. Annie Kain, the Misses M. Sweeney, city last Ella and Elizabeth Broderick, Annie and Rev. Tohn Gastaldi was ill the week. He came to Louisville about a Mary Burke, Mamie Cain, M. Corcoran, year and a half ago, and while here de- Clarissa Cain, Seline Webb, the Misses voted himself to the spiritual welfare of Tate, Miss Nellie Sheelian, Miss Mary the Italians, who up to that time had no Sheelian; Messrs. Pfeiffer, Reed, Bowregular pastor. While fulfilling His many man, Jenkins, Johnson, Campbell, and duties he endeared himself to not only Master Robert Moore. his own people, but to hundreds of others MUSICAL SOIREE. besides. He was sent to Bowling Green last April to assist Rev. Thomas Hayes. On the evening of November 1 there While not fortretful of his friends here, will be a grand musical entertainment he has become very much attached to his given under the auspices of Mrs. Augusta new mission. He has the good wishes of Minor, at the residence of Mr. Joseph all his acquaintances and friends in the Cunningham, 5'JU Fifth street. The pro city. ceeds will be devoted to charitable projects which the ladies in charge have on CATHEDRAL LIBRARY. hand. The programme will be published One of the best and most quiet spots in in next week's Keutucky Irish American. the city for student or scholar to frequent FRETTING. is the old library known as St. Hall. Originally fitted up by Rev. Louis It is a great misfortune to have a fretDeppen, it has become not only a library, but a resting place from the noise and ful disposition. It takes the fragrance bustle of the streets. Ihe custodian, Mr, out of one's life and leaves only weeds Thomas Justa, is always attentive nud where a cheerful disposition would cause willing to assist in any manner all who flowers to bloom. The habit of fretting come to the hall. In fact, it would not is one that grows rapidly unless it be be St. Francis' Hall without Mr. Justa. sternly repressed, and the best way to and no one can truthfully say aught overcome it is to try to look always on the cheerful side of things. against the custodian. rr uj k:k wttto re:y KENTUCKY JTOSH AMERICAN. Devoted to irish American. I How tho Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans. M WII-.HdA- JVt. HIGGINS, PubllHUor. SINGLE COPY, 5c. Mattor. Second-Clas- s SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. flittered ot tho Loulsvlllo Postofflce ns Addiersalt Communications to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, 326 West Green Street S2LOUISVILLE, KY., TURN OUT WITH - SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1899. THE ELKS, could be reasonably construed to mean, ana suotnit otner matters to The parade inaugurating the arbitration, under the treaty of Elks' street fair next Monday 1884; thatEnglaud, failitiR to estabpromises to be a tsonster affair, as lish a false understanding of the it should. The Elks seem to be treaty of 1884, repudiated it, and everybody's friends, and their cor- was seeking to coerce the Boers dial invitation has been generally into granting more than the treaty accepted by the various military, of 1884 called for. civic cud beneficiary organizations, And now conies the last English which will join in the parade. The lie: That the last note of England division should be to the Boers was of the most prominent, if, in merely deferred a final ultimatum one deed, it does not eclipse all others in the matter. A telegram from Not only all members of the vari the Transvaal gives the gist of societies should England's last note, which proves ous come out, but all her treachery and also shows her and their friends should join with real purpose to be the subjugation them. Let the of the Transvaal, in violation of prove their appreciation of the treaty and law, viz: "Indemnity Elks' courtesy and their interest in for the cost of sending out troops, the welfare of the city by partici disarmament of Transvaal forts, pating heartily in this celebration suppression of Dr. Leyd's legation All who do not belong to organiza judicial and legislative independtions or whose organizations do not ence of the judges, equality of the take part in the parade should join English and Dutch languages, com di plete admissiou of the supremacy in and swell the vision, where they will be welcome of British interest throughout Of course there are many anxious South Africa." to be in the parade whose employ Quite different from anything will deter them, aud their England has given out as her de- ment places ought to be filled by others mauds heretofore; not a word about w'io can spare the time. franchise, property rights or busiThe programme, place and time of ness iutesests of Outlanders; no meeting, order of forming and route allusion even to the treaty with the of procession appear iu another Transvaal, the only basis under column. Turn out and swell the which England cau have any just ranks. claim; the claim of the robber and And don't forget to decorate bully, in direct contrast to the your houses, even if not on the statements of her demands given route. Hang out the flags the to the public. banner and Erin's Of course the Boers will reject green a fitting blending of colors. these demands and fight to the It is Louisville's celebration, the death rather than submit to a surElks' festival, and they invite and render of their rights aud liberties welcome all nations and all creeds as a nation to become a mere to unite with them iu the display province and British subjects. This and jubilation. Hang out your is fully expected, as troops and banners, turn out iu the parade and munitions of war are being rushed visit the street fair. to Africa to enforce the demands, Get a hustle on you, enter and all is excitement and hurrah in earnestly into the affair, make it a British circles. The Boers are firm success for the advancement of and actively preparing to resist the Louisville, and to the credit of its English invasion, if it comes. promoters and managers, the Elks, Thus, if England's warlike dewho have striven hard, sacrificing mands and preparations are a bluff, time and money to inaugurate and it will fail; if in earnest there will carry out the scheme. It deserves be a desperate war, the end of success and the Elks deserve the which is not discernible, siuce it is credit. The Elks have done their England's declared purpose to espart; do yours and show your pub- tablish "the supremacy of British lic spirit and interest in our city's interests throughout South Africa," welfare. Decorate and turn out a proposition to which others than Monday. the Boers will demur, and probably interpose objections that will cause DEMANDS "SUPREMACY." England to halt and refrain, as she England's long drawn out and has frequently done recently in roundabout way of stating her other sections. The "supremacy grievances and demands in the of British interests" are not recog having nized in this age of commercial controversy Transvaal in cajoling the progress and advancement; all na proven ineffectual Boers, and her threats and war tions claim the right to a share in preparations to scare them into the world's trade, and recently they losing sight of her real purpose, have enforced this claim. South she hps at last been exposed and Africa will hardly be an exception. beeh tonvicledof falsehood as well. It is now reported that Colonel The dispatches generally published Jouaust, President of the Dreyfus have emanated from London, and l, who was so severely stated the demands of England to denounced by the professed friends be the enfranchisement of the Outof Dreyfus, voted for his acquittal. landers (aliens), their right to hold Of course this is only a report, ,pffice and full protection and equal since the vote of individual memprivileges in their business enterlike a jury, bers of a prises, and it was sought to impress is secret, and to divulge it is punthe general public with the idea ishable by law. It is therefore that the persistent refusal of the not known how the members of the Boers to concede these just devoted, but they were mands would leave England no unanimous in recommending what other alternative but a resort to amounted to remission of peualty force to obtain them. The firm, pardon which was granted. statesmanlike replies of the Boers, The decision of the School Board despite London censorship, have to the public prints to test the compulsory education found their way and refuted Euglfsh falsehood as law in an effort to compel the well as show that England, instead parents of colored children to send of demanding what was right under them to school is well enough so far treaty, was making demands in as it goes. What about the hundreds utter violation of treaty provisions; of white children whose parents that instead of the Boers obstinately put them to work in mills and refusing just demands, they were factories instead of sending them ready to concede all that the treaty to school? Have these white chil 1 dren no right to education under the law? Must they toil out their lives in ignorance aud drudgery, if not worse, because their parents need (?) the pittance earned by the little ones? In this country at least the child has rights of which even the parents can not justly deprive j lit' . s vo ir u ixvcv w it; it has the right to growth, tained a crowd of their young friends last health and an equal chance in life; week with a delightful dance and supper. Those present were Misses Katie Vaile, education is essential to any possi Lilv Proctor. Molhe Plielle, Mayme belt- bility of rising above drudgery and zer, Mary Hammer and Katie and Han nah Stewart, Messrs. Gus Halltgan, John poverty, and every child is entitled Tom Miss Florence Conner, of Chicago, is Mullaney, Ed Lannin, Percy Smith, The compulsory to an education. O'Mally, Vincent McCarthy and George visiting relatives in Parkland. education law is intended to give to Ahearn. Dance music was furnished by Enfoice it I'at Aliern has returned from a brief Prof. Argano's string band. the child its rights. sojourn at West Baden Springs. against white and black alike. An enjoyable party was given this week Are Your Mm Teeth? have them fixed than at the If they need attention there is no better place to I The hearty receptiqn accorded Lipton, the owner of the cup contestant Shamrock, at the Dewey reception in New York demonstrates that the American people respect and honor the man for his worth and energy. His manly acknowledgment of the ovation showed that he accepted it in the proper spirit. Though rich and titled, his success has not turned his head. He is polite, social, a man of the people; a foreigner, he greatly appreciated the welcome and hospitality that greeted him, but concluded with the frank assertion that he had come to this country with the purpose of taking a piece of American property back with him the cup. Well, while all of us hope the Columbia will beat his yacht and keep the'eup in America, yet if it is to be that we are to lose, all will agree that they know of none they would rather win and have it than Sir Lipton with his Shamrock. All will welcome the return of the good days for labor of the old Trades aud Labor Assembly, when the workmen of the three Falls Cities were united in harmony and strength in one body. The Central Labor Union took the preliminary steps at its last meeting, aud we will soon have the labor unions of New Albany and Jeffersonville represented in that body. Not only will this be a boou to our brothers across the river, who have been practically without protection .for years, but a benefit to Louisville workmen as well; for in the old days some of the ablest and truest friends and workers for labor hailed from across the river, and their advice and efforts were always along the right line, resulting in good to all. For several years we have heard of Theodore Hallam, of Covington, but never heard him till last week. He is an able, convincing and most entertaining speaker one of the kind we would prefer to have on our side than against us. Of cours?, in the heat of the campaign, Mr. Hallam is being abused, but he is a gentleman to whom our people are under obligations for many past favors, even though they may not agree with him politically. Our police force can boast of one of the most scholarly men iu the city in Patrolman Jeremiah Cam- mozzi.He is master of six languages, and being a linguist, is a gentleman of fine address aud genuine worth. With handsome Tom Moran, genial Capt. Bright and mauy other pleasant, courteous men, the police force is a credit to any city. William Jennings Bryan stated in a speech last Friday night that the election results this fall iu Ohio, Nebraska and Iowa will be accepted as an approval or condemnation of President McKinley's policy. Why did he omit Kentucky? seems to possess the characteristics of a real hero. He declines to talk politics, discuss the war situation, or suggest how the universe ought to be run. He is content to trind his business, and does it well. Dewey Irish-Americ- non-committ- Irish-Americ- Irish-America- Irish-America- Irish-Americ- an star-spangl- ed Miss Ida Sheridan, of Los Angeles, is at the residence of Catherine Carey in visiting her aunt, Sirs. John Combs, 017 honor of her sixth birthday. Among thoes present were: Rebecca Martin, East Market street. Nettie Krauser, Lulie Burtel, Katie W. O. Brings and Harry Deboe were Glenn, Mary Speak, Eva Antle, Lcona among the Louisvillians spending last Land, Mamie Land, Estell McGill, Euna week at West Baden. Molleukamp, Florence Mollenkamp, Sybil Hensen, Grace Woertz, Mary Mrs. Mary Hays, of Indiana, was here Glenn, Katie Whallen, Mary Whallen, Right Next to Avctiuo Theater. on a visit last week as a guest of Mrs. Catherine Carey, Masters Louis Mollen Michael Barry, of St. Catherine street. kamp, Arthur Woertz, Charley Carey, Their prices are the lowest, work the best, and ! The new Dewey hat looks as if it might Clifford Woertz and George Carey. guaranteed. They will treat vou ricrht. all have collided with one of the Admiral's Announcement is made of the engage d shot. 'Tis impossible to de REMEMBER THE PLACE: ment of Miss Ida Belle Gasson, of Bowl scribe its shape. ing Green, to Mr. Prank P. Sheehan, of Misses Nellie Bennet and Bessie Cun Louisville. The marriage will be solem ningham have returned home after a nized October 25 at the home of the delightful visit with the Misses Cody, of bride. After the ceremony, which will lOUre'-TI-I be witnessed by the family and a few iuti 110 West Chestnut street. mate friends, the young couple will leave Some of Pat O'Hearn's friends are sug for the West on a bridal trip. Miss Gas of Mr. Robert Morn- gesting him as a candidate for School son is a sister-in-laTrustee on account of his popularity with iugstar, the Bowling Green editor, and the children iu his district. is a very attractive young woman. Mr, for J. Thomp Sheehan is the book-keepJohn Yenner has severed his comiec son & Bro. and a n young tion with the W. E. Caldwell Company business man. to accept the position of superintendent its TRIBUTE TO O'DONNELL. Engineering Com with the Ninety-Eigpany, 223 Third street. At the time of the release of the last m m The marriage of Miss Amelia Plouvier Irish prisoners confined in British prisons US and Edward Elliott was solemnized we published a brief account of the kill m Wednesday afternoon at St. Ceceilia's ing by O'Donnell of Carey, the informer. m m The contracting parties are On this incident "Eva," of the Nation, church. well known in the West End. Mrs. Keviii I. O'Dogherty, founded the m MISS KATE SMITH, Lady Assistant and Enibalmer. following stirring poem, which we pub' Andy Meagher returned from Hot lish by request: w Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice. j Springs last Wednesday morning, where Place me before yon scarlet ranks, ft ; he had been for the last month on account vivj: ic. SXS. A thousand men and more, of an attack of rheumatism. He returned And though the chain around me clanks, jjjj j TELEPHONE 810. greatly improved, much to the joy of his I'll keep the oath I swore! many friends. Plant gun and bayonet to my teeth, And let them pierce me through; Mr. John I?. Jacques, of Columbus, Ohio, is expected to visit relatives aud But while a heart's within my breast m I'll never speak for you! m friends during the Elks' carnival. For n once it seems Jack will break his rule of You brought me here an honest man, "just dropping in suddenly and ain't got You shall not make me slave long to stay." No eye shall ever "Traitor" scan DESIGNERS AND BUILDERS OF Upon O'Donnell's grave. m Mrs. William Kelly, who has been re The darkest wrong your power can do arrived here sidinc at Alexandria, ITALIAN MARBLE, AA1ERICAN AND SCOTCH GRANITE Can alter not the vow Wednesday to attend the Thompson Which says my children ne'er shall see Jarvis wedding. She is accompanied by That brand upon my 'brow! Misses Mary and granddaughters, Louisville Dental Parlors, 544 FOURTH ST., Louisville Dental Parlors, ST w well-know- Gran W.Smith's Sons I Funeral Directors And Embalmers.. ht s. cox?. 13IGHTH .ieffjckson Mulfloon Monument Company KM MM mm her court-martia- court-martia- l, court-marti- al Admiral Dewey's best friends are not for him for President. At the meeting of the Boyle Rural Dis trict Council, Mr. Tully presiding, a letter was read from the Local Government Board stating that the question of the rates to be struck for the service of the financial year is one for the consideration of the County Council of Roscommon, and pointing out that it will be competent for the County Council, in considering the rates necessary for the second half of the year, to allow for any excess levied in the first half. The true man's words are borne aloft, To shine among the stars; If reports can be relied upon, Officer We cherish them within our hearts Dan McAulifTc will soon lead a pretty Despite of bolts and bars. little Limerick widow to the altar. 'Mid all our sorrows and our wrongs, "Jim" Ross says that she is to be conOur deep and burning shame, gratulated, as Dan is the only policeman The brighter, purer for it all he knows of that wears diamonds. Appears O'Donnell's name! Miss Annie Coleman returned last Sat THEATRICALS. urday from Chicago, where she and Miss Katie Tracy had been on a visit since The bill at the Temple next weeK will September 1 as guests of Mr. and Mrs. be the celebrated play, "The IronmasMiss Tracy has ex- ter," in which the Kendalls scored their Charles McCarthy. tended her visit for a few weeks longer. triumph. It is a truly great story that is Miss Lizzie Dillon aud Hnery Finan, intensely diamatic. The remarkable two of Covington's most highly respected success is not surprising, for it presents young people, and well known iu other a charming love tale with a directness parts of the State, were united in marriage and force unequalcd in French fiction. last Wednesday morning, the ceremony It is by George Ohuet, the French author, being solemnized ut St. Mary's church. and the adaption for the Temple is made by Director Duane. The play has never The marriage of Miss Ella Hiues and been offered here at popular prices and John J. Maloiie occurred this week and has not been seen in Louisville since 1894. they are now receiving the congratula- Mi. Brophy will have an admirable role tions of their many friends. The cere- as the Ironmaster, and the whole commony was witnessed by a select number pany will be seen to advantage. The of invited relatives of the contracting mounting aud scenery will be up to usual high standary. The sale of seats is already parties. very large. Joseph W. Ballard and Miss Mary M. The Avenue announces for next week Welch were this week united in matrimony in the presence of a number of an attraction that should prove one of and relativives the most notable engagements of the pre their acquaintances Both are well known and have a large sent season at the favorite playhouse, for circle of friends, who wish them success the best of all emotional dramas, "A Guilty Mother," will be presented. It is through life. safe to predict that no lover of pathos or Mr. Ed Tierney, of the Board of Safety, comedy will miss this rare treat. This is passing through an era of misfortunes pretty play is well aud favorably known which entitle him to the sympathy of all. to our theater goers and does not need Recently his eldest child fell and broke extended notices, as it has enjoyed a its arm, the second overturned a can of brilliant success throughout the country. concentrated lye and was seriously burned It will be produced here with entirely about the face, while the baby has been new scenery, costumes and mechanical sick almost unto death for the past few effects, with two or three new features weeks. added that are said to be truly wonder ful in stage mechanism. Mr. Henry Tuesday noon at Philadelphia was celeMyers, the astute manager, has the best brated the marriage of D. Elliot Kelly company that has ever appeared in this the popular newspaper man of this city, popular drama. and Miss Mary D. Hanson. After the ceremony the bride and groom spent a Lovers of the vaudeville burlesque will few days in Washington, from where gladly welcome the coming of Fred Rid they went to Lexington to visit Mr. ers' Moulton Rouge burlesquers, which Kelly's relatives. They will make their will be seen for one week, commencing home in this city. Sunday matinee, at the Buckingham. For the past fourteen seasons the name Miss Katherine O'Neill and A. J. of Fred Rider and Moulton Rouge have , Weber were married Wednesday after- been to closely identified with high class noon at St. John's church. Both are burlesque attractions that it is only necesn and popular in society circles, sary to mention those names to insure the and their wide circle of acquaintances public that they will get an attraction showered congratulations upon them. composed of the very best the market After the ceremony they left on a bridal affords. The new burlesques, which' open trip, and after October 15 will be at home and close the performance are calculated to their friends at 410 East Kentucky to please the most fastidious mind. The street. several musical numbers which are cleverly interpersed in the action of the play Mr. Vincent B. Smith and Miss Mary have ellbeen specially written and conA. Moakler will be united in marriage at tain some very catchy numbers. St. Cecilia's church next Wednesday An important conference between the morning at 0:30 o'clock with solemn Dublin Public Health Committee and the nuptial mass, Rev. J. T. Brady celebrating and also performing the marriage sanitary authorities of the county took ceremony. After the marriage they will place in the municipal buildings with leave on a two weeks' bridal tour, visiting reference to hospital accommodation for was Chicago and Denver. On their return infectious diseases. A resolution Moo-neadopted, on the motion of Joseph they will reside at 2435 West Madison seconded by the Lord Mayor, ask street. ing the various sanitary authorities to jomjn a movement for providing the Mr. and Mrs, E. W. Proctor enter necessary nospuai accotnmouauon. well-knowy, Mildred Thompson. MM flonuments. MM MM j Artistic Work Only Solicited. Workshops and Studios, Carrara, Italy. I S WAREROOMS, 322 to 328 WEST GREEN I1IIIIIII11I1SSSS1I1Z1S STREET, jjjj 00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 PARADISE SAMPLE ROOM. Good Liquors a Specialty. M. 0 S Fifteen Ball Pool. J. HICKEY, PROPRIETOR. 248 West Jefferson Street. 5 0 0 Telephone 384. 00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 JOHN IS. PRANK. Clay5treet Brewery, 812 Telephone 209-- 2. and S14 CLAY STREET. LOUISVILLE, KY. HENRY C. LAUER, WW . 42S-43- 0 BJlootrlo Horse Oilrrl"T 81.C0 TELEPHONE 1140.v I III mmsrtrm SIfi Per Ilencl. East Jefferson St. Horses and Vehicles to hire at all hours, at reasonable rates. It i? t 1 EMBLEM CONTEST ! Two handsome Emblems of the Ancient Order of Hibernians will be awarded by the Kentucky Irish American to the members receiving the highest num- ber of votes, these coupons only to be used for ballots. ) ) IJ Who Is the Most Popular Hibernian? i Til' j? III Record the Candidate ou the First Line, Division on the Second. '3! ijEivarrjoKY T. J, WATH i irish americak. ft BUI MNBI. 629 Eighth INDORSED BY TflE CENTRAL LABOR UNION. That the Kentucky Irteh American is steadily growing in favor with its readers and usefulness to the public is evidenced by the action of the Central Labor Union at a recent meeting in giving this paper its indorsement, which is the more welcome and appreciated because unsolicited and unexpected. The publisher is grateful, and will endeavor to merit this additional recognition. Our friends will be pleased to learn that the proposition favoring the indorsement was unanimously adopted by the delegates of both bodies. The preamble and resolutions adopted by the Central Labor Union are as follows: Whereas, Many misstatements have recently appeared in the press of this city relative to the Central Labor Union apd 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. Baxter lfor Governor, WILLIAM S. TAYLOR, St. and Highland and Of Butler County. Avenues. For Lieutenant Governor, 65c Vanilla and Lemon, per gal JOHN MARSHALL. 75c Fruits and Chocolates, per gal Of Louisville. 75c Coffee and Banana, per gal $1.00 Almond and Macaroon, per gal $1.00 to $1.25 For Secretary of State, Bisque and Tuttifrutti CALEB POWERS, $1.00 Bricks and Euchre 05c Of Knox County. Sherbets and Ices 50c Sweet Cream For Attorney General, CLIFTON J. PRATT, All kinds of Fine Cakes made and orOf Hopkins County, Candy Puttings namented to order. served on short notice. For Auditor, REV. JOHN S. SWEENEY, Of Bourbon County, is ttie purest and best. For Treasurer, A specialty. It THE KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 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 n read in the home of every in Kentucky and adjoining States. The Kentucky Irish American for the coming year will make features of Irish-America- Telephones 2144 and 2588. WALTER R. DAY, Of Breathitt Countv. CQrSpecial rates to hotels, dealers and For Superintendent of Public Instruction, large orders. JOHN BURKE, Of Campbell County. KLEIDERER, 354 Fourth Avenue, Near Jefferson. EMPORIUM Higglns & DeGraw, 423 WEST JEFFERSON ST. Just below Fourth. For Commissioner of Agriculture, CAPT. J. W. THROCKMORTON, Of Fayette County. For Railroad Commissioners, CAPT. H. S. IRWIN, Second District. JOHN C. WOOD, Third District. Suits and overcoats $25 and ud. New Fall and Winter Importations. Huh just received his Our stock em braces excep tionally welt selected lines of solid and plated The Hibernian Knights of Providence Silverware, Cut are working hard for their bazar, which Glass and Metal Novelties.China opens with a ball on Thanksgiving eve. Ware, Table Four candidates have entered the contest Cutlery, SideWhat They Have Been Doing for a horse and buggy. board Decorathe Past Week General The divisions of Pawtucket and Black-ston- e DIVISION 1 tions. Water Valley, R. I , are making extensive Sets, Tabourettes, Jardinieres and Pedes- Meets on the Second and Fourth TuesNotes. News day Evenings of Each Month. tals, Lace Curtains, Hugs, Art Squares, preparations for the reception of National Carpets, Draperies, Etc. Every desirable President Thomas Keenan. Why President Keating in November. necessity and tasty novelty for making Vice President Tim J. Sullivan. Turn out Monday. not have him visit the Falls Cities? comfortable. dining-rooneat, cozy, the Recording Secretary Thomas J. Dolan Division it favors entering upon a cruPresident Pat Sullivan and State SecreFinancial Secretary Peter Cusick, 132 sade against the drones. tary Coleman drew a favorable compariTwentieth street. Treasurer John Mulloy. Division 1 wilt have candidates for in- son between the Hibernians and the Elks Wednesday evening. Their remarks itiation next Tuesday evening. DIVISION 2 5 Divisions 8 and 9 are now the largest were well received and should have a Meets on the Second and Fourth Thursbeneficial effect. , 3j bodies of the order in St. Paul. S day Evenings of Each Month. 232 FOURTH AVE. The financial condition of Division l President William T. Meehan. Invite your friends to join with the Vice President Thomas Camfield. is now about the best in its history. Hibernians in the parade Monday. Recording Secretary John Mooney. badges for all who come Secretary Sheridan and Treasurer Butler There will be Financial Secretary John T. Keaney, are financiers of whom any division to Hibernian Hall Monady at noon. 1335 Rogers street. might well feel proud. Treasurer Owen Keiren. The members of Division 4 are exU The Ladies' Auxiliary of Minneapolis S Complete Line pected to be present Wednesday night. DIVISION 3 entertained their friends with a cinch Division 1 of St. Paul initiated an unMeets on the First and Third Wednesday A musical proparty Monday evening. usually large class Wednesday evening. Evenings af Each Month. gramme was rendered and handsome President Patrick T. Sullivan. Joe Taylor's friends regret his long prizes awarded those making high scores. Vice President Phil Cavanaugh. absence from the meetings of his division. Recording Secretary JohuCavauaugh. Will McCarthy, John Curran, John jjj The Hibernians of Somerville. Mass., Yenuer, Lawrence Mackey and George Financial Secretary N. J. Sheridan, 2018 Lytle street. hold their annual concert and ball Octo- Daniel will arrange a fine programme for Treasurer George J. Butler. ber 19. the celebration of the third anniversary The members of Division 0 are looking of the Young Men's Division, which DIVISION 4 for a visit from the State and county takes place Thanksgiving night. P. KELLY & SON Meets on the Second and Fouth officers. of Each Month. President John H. Hennessy. All the members of Division 0 are hate DEALERS IN Vice President Thomas Lynch. and hearty, not n member being on the Recording! Secretary John J. Grogan. sick list. Financial Secretary George Flahiff, Robert Milligan and John Kilker are Record of the Host Important of 420 East Gray street. Treasurer Harry Brady. setting a good example by their regular the Recent Events Culled attendance. From Exchanges. DIVISION 0 The first annual concert and ball of Meets 011 the First and Third Tuesday Division 04 of Roxbury, Mass., will occur Evenings of Each Month The Lord Mayor of Dublin will lay the November 20. President Frank G. Cunningham. Seventeenth and Bank Streets. Vice President D. J. Tiemey. Division 12 of Providence, R. I., opened foundation stone of the Parnell monuRecording Secretary L. J. Mackey. ment tomorrow. Special attention given to Financial Secretary J. J. Curran, 010 its fair October 2 and great things were The death rate in Dublin for the third expected of it. family orders, and goods de- Thirteenth street. J. McCarthy. Treasurer M. Hon. John Quiun will deliver a smoke week iu September reached the alarming livered to all parts of the talk before Division 58 of South Boston total of 35.1 per 1,000 of the population, The Cuiragh September meeting, with city. CENTRAL LABOR UNION tomorrow week. of Division 3 will be in one damp day sandwiched between two The members the parade in full force. They exhibit dry ones, proved a great sporting success. R1VERV1EW P OFFICERS. There has been a typhoid fever outthe proper spirit, received for break iu the Green street police barracks, Fifteen applications were President James McGill. Vice President the new auxiliary at Fall River at the Dublin, and a number of men had to be Public Corresponding J. W. Stevens. Is Now Open removed to the Mater Hospital. Zeno M. September meeting. Secretary A few select dates for picnics, etc., Young, 649 Second street. On Sunday morning a farmer named The Ladies' Auxiliary contemplate givRecording Secretary T. J. Hennessy. open. Call at office, 413 W. Jefferson. ing one of their enjoyable euchres during Lawrence Quinn, Kilneragh, Stewarts-towFinancial Secretary Charles Peetz. aged sixty years, dropped dead the month of November. Treasurer William A. Pool. CONCERT EVERY SUNDAY while standing at his own fireside. Sergeant at Arms Nelson Green. Our exchanges report the organization The Duchess of Abercorn and the By PROF. MORBACH'S BAND. M.Chairman Board of Directors Walter in a most flourishing condition throughYoung. Ladies Alexandra and Gladys Hamilton out the entire Northwest. are staying at Crotn Castle, County FerWill McCarthy is devising a second deNOVEMBER ELECTION. managh, on a visit to the Countess of gree that will prove more unique than DI5AI.HR IN Erne. any in vogue in this city. A wedding of considerable interest in There was a larger attendance than Irish circles was that of Edward Moore, usual at the meeting of the Young Men's UllVJULrlMLil 1 1 1 I1UUUVV) recently of Dublin, and Miss Marie Elsie Division Tuesday evening. WInet. Llqson,Feed, Hay and Gndn. Penticost, which occurred recently at St. Division 27 of Boston has decided that Martin's church, Charing Cross. K. J?. Cor. Seventeenth ami Portland Ava. in future the opening and closing prayers n On Saturday Dr. j. C. Daly, the HERE YOU ARE FOR will be said in the Celtic language. DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR and heavy-weigi Hi n A--, The Ancient Order of Hibernians of St. throwing champion, was unanimously Paul has hundreds of applications from elected workhouse medical officer by the 1 1 II A IN! to join the ranks. Borrisokane Guardians. worthy He is already UI111 State President Slatteryand Hon. John dispensary medical officer of Borrisokane. PRESTON AND MARKET. Murphy will speak at the meeting of DiOn Thursday morning Patrick Dunlea, vision 39 of Boston next Thursday even- hardware merchant, Fermoy, died very MY SPECIALTY IS FINE WHISKY. ing. suddenly just after breakfast. He had Division C of Minneapolis anticipates a been ailing for some time, but no one exRECENT DEATHS. evenlarge attendance at its ball Tuesday pected his death, as he was able to go The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. ing. A cake walk and luncheon will be about as usual and was out for a drive on John F. Sullivan were deeply grieved to features. the previous day. learn of the death of their infant son, John Venner was elected Vice PresiJohn Montague, Justice of the Peace of which occured Sunday morning at the dent of the Young Men's Division, suc1521 Portland Ave. Garvaghey, near Ballygawley, County family residence, 314 East Breckenridge ceeding D. J. Tierney. This was a wise Tyrone, has after a prolonged correstreet. The funeral occurred Tuesday selection. spondence with the Loan Fund Board at BROWN LEGHORNS. morning. Division 1 of Bridgeport, Conn., took Dublin Castle succeeded in having an initiatory steps Monday night for its inquiry instituted into the working of We regret to announce the deatli of the Average 200 eggs a year. Eggs for hatching 5 cents each. Two Cockerels John P. Ditsch, which occurred Wednes- annual fair, which is guaranteed to eclipse the system in that part of the County for sale cheap. Tyrone. day morning at the family residence, 920 all others. A meeting of the Committee of Lawrence Mackey made an eloquent Jackson street. He was in his fifteenth CHAS. D. JACQUES, of the Coufity Carlow Infitnary year and gave great promise of making speech advocating observance of day and his suggestions met was held for the purpose of appointing a being respected and honored his mark, 2422 St. Xavieiv lady superintendent. There were fourteen by t.11 who knew him. His death was with unanimous approval. A Ladies' Auxiliary has been organized applicants for the position. Miss Marcaused by typhoid fever, after only nine days' illness. The funeral took place at Sault Ste. Marie, Mich., with twenty-si- x garet Coyle, formerly of Bagnalstown, charter members. State President but at present of the Nursing Institute, yesterday mornirg from St. Boniface FIRST CLASS London, was elected by eight to three. church, and was largely attended by the Mary E. Halloran was present. friends of the family of the deceased. At a meeting of the Labor Electoral The Third Division of Bridgeport, GROCERY AND SALOON, Conn., will give a smoker next Tuesday, Association it was decided to take the At the last Midleton petty sessions a N. Y. Cor. Nineteenth and Duncan. publican at Carrigtwohill, three miles which will be on a larger scale than pre- opinion of the trades upon the question Fine Lunch and Music Saturday Night. from Midleton, named Miss Catherine vious ones, having an entertainment com- of supporting Alderman Dowd for the With regard to the charges Mayoralty. Murphy, was summoned by the District bined. To the Hibernians will belong the made against the labor members by some CLEANING; Inspector for a breach of the Sunday VAULT ODORLESS clostuig act by admitting to her licensed ' credit for Monday's display, therefore temperance advocates' the meeting and premises three men who were not bona every member should make an effort to the labor members present expressed the Telephones 1097-183- 0. fide travelers. The bench dismissed the J make it the moot imposing ever witnessed desire to- have a sworn inquii into the DRY WBLL, DIOOINa. Ordr by mall will case. matter. in this city. I pnmpt attoMtiea. I HIBERNIANS. A. O. II. l Walsh the Tailor, Examine Fall I Suitings. 101 Wednes-day'Evenin- IRELAND. Groceries, Vegetables, Produce. Fresh Meats, . to the n, M. MURPHY, AH 0 flNXSXA u f mi nnn I well-know- ht PARK COMMISSIONER Irish-America- Rather serious disagreements are re ported as having arisen in the ranks of the labor members of the Limerick corporation. The seeming rupture has given rise to much comment in the .city, in view of the fact that the labor element controls the council. The body of a young married woman named Margaret Delany, lately residing at 73 High street, Cork, was observed floating in the water a short distance below the Fishery. The body was placed in a boat by the police and conveyed to the morgue, where it was identified by the husband and relatives of deceased. The unhappy woman had been missing since Thursday last. On Sunday n large and influential meeting was held in Doonbeg, which was composed of fishermen from Liscannor, Quilty, Kilkee and Carrigaholt and was addressed by Major E. Jameson, M. P., on the development of the fishery industry along the west coast of Clare. A deputation was formed, with delegates from the different fishery seats, to wait on the Chief Secretary. The Earl of Kingston celebrated his twenty-fift- h birthday September 19. He succeeded to the title of Kilrouau Castle in 189(1. The Earl's predecessors have for centuries been associated with the Robert King, M. County Roscommon. P. for County Roscommon, was one of the earliest created baronets, having received the honor from Charles II. The Earldom was granted iu 17G8 to the fifth baronet Sir Edward King. On Sunday some people who happened to be standing on the quay at Kilgarvan, near Borrisokane, saw some distance out in Lough Derg a strange-lookin- g object apparently swimming toward the Tippe-rar- y shore. On its approaching nearer the shore it was discovered to be a mule. Some hours afterward a boat arrived at Kilgarvan from the County Galway shore, three and a half miles distant, and the boatman identified the mule as his property. On Sunday a married woman named Monfort, residing at Oldcustle, County Meath, was lodged in Drogheda jail on remand, charged with seriously assaulting a man named Somerville. The lady, in it appears, owns a boarding-hous- e and a dispute arose between her and the injured man, in the course of which she struck him on the head with a saucer, cutting it open as if with n hatchet. The man's life is pronounced in danger. An inquest was held by Coroner Horgan on the body ef Timothy Murphy, aged thirty, a farmer residing near Ballitihas-sig- , County Cork, who hanged himself on Sunday. The deceased, it was stated, for some time past had shown signs of eccentricity. He was seen entering his house about 10 o'clock on Sunday morning and shortly afterward he was found suspended by the neck from a rope attached to a rafter in the kitchen. A verwhile dict of strangulation, insane, was returned. Information has been received at Ballygawley, County Tyrone, from the town-lau- d of Garvaghey, four miles distant, of an alleged malicious burning of a dwelling house in that place. From the facts to hand it appears that some neighbors discovered the dwelling house, occupied by a laboring man named Patrick Bart-lehis wife and family, enveloped in flames. An alarm was raised and Bartley and his wife were rescued from the Fortunately the damage done building. was slight. The origin of the outbreak Howis at present a complete mystery. ever it is freely circulated in the locality that it was malicious. Old-castl- e, self-inflicty, 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 CENTRAL LABOR UNION And the Representatives Unions of Louisville. of the Trades Tlie Subscription Price IS ONLY $1 PER YEAR, Invariably iu 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. SUBSCRIBE NOW. THE CARNIVAL PROGRAMME. of JIM MOORE'S PLACE The following will be the features the carnival: ' Man-ageme- ut Irish-Americ- M. D. Lawler, Monday, October 9 Louisville day. Tuesday, October 10 Bryan day. Wednesday, October 11 Ladies' day. Thursday, October 12 Fraternal day (Orphans day). Friday, October 13 McKinley day. Saturday, October 11 German-America- n day (school children). Monday, October 10 Yet to be designated. Tuesday, October 17 day. Wednesday, October 18 Elks' day. Thursday, October 10 T. P. A. day. Friday, October 20 Indiana day. Saturday, October 21 Kentucky day. Irish-America- n Advertisers Will serve their interests best by sending in their copy as early in the week as possible. They will find that advertisements placed in this paper will be productive of the best results, as it now has a very large circulation among the best class of our citizens. GRAND OUT'OF-TOW- EXCURSION Address all Correspondence and Business Communications to the JOHN KARXEY. rMv To the Indiana Gas Belt Sunday, October 8, via "Big Four Route." Special Union depot train leaves Seventh-streat 0 o'clock a. m. Returning special train arrives in Louisville at 11:40 p. m. Exrates as follows: tremely low round-tri- p Rushville $1, Kuightstown $1, Anderson $1.25, Muncie $1.25, Alexandria $1.25, Marion $1.50. Take advantage of the low rates and spend Sunday with friends in the Gas Belt. Tickets on sale at City Ticket Office, 218 Fourth avenue. S. J. Gates, General Agent. et III! 11 ill : v CEOPTTOiKY IRISH MEmio-vr- c Louisville's Greatest CARNIVAL- Under Direction LOUISVILLE LODGE ELKS No. 8. 0! f, I ifpjP PRINTING do II OCTOBER 9 TO 21. TWO S03LVII "XVrT3T3TS:& The Kentucky Irish American is prepared to the best of Job Printing, such as B B see tH6 Mi away 1. t. CTTrWC OF MXTSEMIISraD. Visit tli6 street Fair. 17T I7D V niv Ia Entrance Floyd and Broadway ADMISSION JO LETTER HEADS NOTE HEADS BILL HEADS CARDS ENVELOPES TICKETS DODGERS ' All work executed promptly in first-clas- s style. HON. JOHN YOUNG BROWN, OUR NEXT GOVERNOR. He Would Rather Be Open From 12:30 to DEMOCRATIC TICKET, 11 1 P. M P. M. Right Than to Hold Any Office. MONSTER STREET PARADE MONDAY 8 8 0 a a a Give Us Your Ordcv and Help Us Groxu. a UNION MADE. NOT IN A TRUST. I t0 l CHEW PO NEW. u X JL uN ti & CHAFF. H well-know- n O TOBACCO. GOOD. SOMETHING SOMETHING Manufactured by LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WORKS. Made from selected Burley Tobacco. flavoring enter into its composition. The best Irish Whisky (Potheen) and The town of Maros Ujvar, Hungary, consisting of 3,000 people, is said to be pianoless. A vocalist tried to give a concert there this summer, but was compelled to abandon the idea because there was not a piano to be found in the town. FRANK FEAR BREWING INCORPORATED. 60. s f X BREWERS AND BOTTLERS, IOTJISVirE, DANIEL DOUGHERTY. ICY THOMAS KEENAN. Attorney General LAW'P.ENCa P. TANNEIt of Daviess county. Auditor FRANK A.PASTEUIt of Caldwell county. Treasurcr-JO- HN C. DROEOE of Kenton county. Sscretary of State-- E. L. HINES of warren county. Superintendent of Public Instruction REV. O. C. OVEItSTREET of Spencer county. of Agriculture D. W. VaNDBVEEH of Lincoln county. State Offices. Governor JOHN yoiiNfi IlROWN at Jefferson county. Lieutenant Qovernor-- P. P. JOHNSTON or I' ay otto county. Fcr Eailroad Commissioner. F.rst Llstrict FLETCHER DEMPSET of .iopklns county. Geco.id Dlstrlct-- C. C. McCHORD of Washington county. W. HAMILTON Third DlBtrlct-- A. of Montgomery county. DOuoneny It & Keenan, 12.10-2- State Senator. Thirty-sevent- h LER. Forty-fourt- h District ROI3ERT TY. UNDERTAKERS, 1229 legislature. Dlstrict-Dlstrlct-JODlstrlct-CJEHN W. II. M. RAG-LAN- West Market Street, Bet. Twelfth and Thirteenth TER LE. Forty-sixth Forty-sevent- Forty-nft- h LET- 0cnr,i3rriO2vi3 . All Calls Promptly Attended to, Day or Nifflit. Carriages Furnished for All Occasions. A District JOHN TEVIS. District HENRY ICRE-MEForty-nint- h Dlstrlct-JA- S. P. REEDY. Fiftieth District SYLVESTER JI'DON-OUOFlfty-flrDlstrlct-TH- OS. DREWRY. h Forty-eight- h st O. M. GOKTZ. Judge of City Court. JOHN M'CANN, magistrate. Aldermen. i) 11 MAIN-STREE- T 1 INCORPOBATED. 1 II uu. CHAS. O. HULS- J. ROSS. AVEDE, LEN Q. HERNDON DR. J. H. BUSCHE- - CHAS. BYItNE. HECTOR B. DU- MEYER. CHAS. J. CRONAN. LANEY. M. DOERHOEFER. THOS. 8ATTER- W. W. M'CALt, WHITE. JOHN L. GRUBER. Ms J. FORD. Councilmen. J. SULLIVAN and JOHN CRIBBIN. Second Ward FRANK SCHAEFER and J. II. OSTENDORF. Third Ward JAMES J. ADAMS and JOSEPH II. GERNERT. Fourth Ward GEORGE DuSOUCIIET and JOHN Tf BOURKB, C. O. RUSSMAN and Fifth Ward-D- R. JAMES W. GARRISON. C. MILLER and Sixth Ward-JO- HN REUBEN JACOBS. L. M'DONALD and Seventh Ward-E- D H. J. REEB. Eighth Ward-G- US WEHRLEY and T. G. DUNLAP. Ninth Ward JOHN O. M'ELLIOTT and WILLIAM HECHT. BURKE and DR. Tenth Ward-MI- KE R. W. TAYLOR. Eleventh Ward CHARLES FEENEY and CHARLES SHUCK. Twelfth Ward-E- D. J. M'DONALD and "Ward-JO- HN First BREWERY LAGER BEER PORTER. IT'S PURE. LOUISVILLE, KY. KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, 326 W. Green St. JOB PRINTING JOHN B. CAMPBELL. Forty-fift- h Forty-sixtForty-sevent- School Trustees. Dlstrlct-- S. h h Ill (1 TAYLOR. Forty-eight- h SNODGRASS. Dlstrlct-D- R. F. AV. RUBY. District HANCOCK RAN. District GARVIN DIstrlct-- E. Dlstrlct-JOSE- COCH- HITS W Flfty-nr- Fiftieth st SON. M. MULDOON. W. GALVIN. PH ATKIN- Park Commissioners. JOHN DOERHOEFER. W. O. HEAD. Seventh and St. Catherine. Special attention paid to orders for family use. State Campaign Committee. P. P. JOHNSTON. Chairman. IOHN W. GREEN. JOHN C. DROEGE. UEO. MATT ADAMS E. P. MILLETT. Headquarters Equitable building. Louis- - WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. Frank Fehr's Beer always on tap. Hot Imneh Day and flight. William Patterson Democratic Nominee for JOHN F. OERTBL, BUTCHERTOWN BREWERY, CREAM COMMON BEER 0 1400-140- 4 AIDERMANC Voted for by the city at large. REGISTRATION. Tlephm Story Avenue, MJjUISVIIXE, KY. 891; The three days of registration show a 41,000 vote. The number down as Democrats show a decided increase, with the .balance of power with " those total of about Because the granddaughter of Queen Victoria was in a railroad accident lately her dear friends, the toady American femininity, have been in consternation. We have not yet heard whether she wrote them that she escaped with just a few scratches. It would bo a good idea to have a "danger coach" run ahead to try the condition of the roads whenever the Queen wishes to go from one of her palaces to another, the same coach to be occupied by her JIajesty's sympathetic admirers over here. Should there be any trouble from a bowlder to a torpedo well, her contented and Royal Highness would be saved to her subjects, and the American admirers grants." would be any old way will do to be deThe latest craze, in London headgear livered from them. for men is a soft green felt hat with a We hope to see good results from the bright ribbon tied around it and a bunch It looks for the efforts of the Music Commission of Cin- of feathers at the back. cinnati, which is sanctioned by Arch- world as though it were picked up in bishop Elder. On and after December 3, haste and put on the head wrong end the first Sunday in Advent, no music foremost. Men who think much of "fine shall be sung in the diocese that will not feathers" with which to decorate themhave met with the sanction of the Muic selves will be sure to grasp at this latest All music composed for thing of fashion, so decidedly English, Commission church choirs shall be subject to the ap- you know. This will proval of the Commissioners. It is estimated that betwetn three and knock into splinters many of the distressing solos that are inflicted every four million women in the United States Sunday on worshipers who could perhaps out of a population of seventy million pray if not so distracted by the great souls are earning their own living in a bellows of flat bassos aud.cotnical so- variety of occupations too numerous to prano whirligigs that arc going on in the mention. Many of them are receiving salaries that men might envy. This latter organ loft of so many of our churches. part of the nineteenth century has brought fourth a new type of woman and she has The chilly autumn blasts heralding the come to stay. Her sphere has broadened. approach of winter which have forced earns her own living, and knows no themselves on us during the past month She master. If a man wants to marry her, remind us of the cold weather of last he must take her as an equal, not as winter. This, by a logical sequence, a subordinate.. She is no longer a mere brings to mind the condition of people moon revolving aronnd the masculine who have either no employment or who earth. A preacher in Jersey City last have no one to work for them. Many week in speaking on this subject said: hundreds of men are makiug barely pity the young woman who starts out enough to put meat and bread into the "I in life without the ability to earn her mouths of their little ones. When the own living and relies only on a possible severe weather comes coal and clothing marriage for a lifelong support. Her will have to be provided. This will have policy is a poor one whether she remains to be done by "standing off" the butcher single or not." .It is a fact that multiand the baker. These in turn will have tudes of young men find it about all they to be caught up with, necessitating other can do to support themselves. Then how sacrifices. 'Tissaid in the Scripture that in the name of arithmetic and common "the poor you have always," but there sense can they take on an incompetent would be fewer poor if men were more and extravagant annex? The woman is just, to say nothing of being merciful. a man or woman by some accident indeed blessed who feels that were she When of fortune or politics loses employment, left without her mate in the matrimonial ship she could make an independent, set to work to help him or her into something else. If we women contribute only honest living for her family. This ten cents monthly just imagine, two is what the woman of today can do. small nickels for the comfort of men, This is woman's era, and she will never women and suffering babies, in a congre- resign the manifold rights she now gation of two thousand women, there will possesses, be $200 a month for the fund. What Scientists of a certain class hold that a deal could be done with such a generous amount to relieve the distress and the dog is a second cousin to the genus misery of our neighbor. Many noble cat. Presumably this accounts for their of women are now talking about this matter antagonism to each other, the crime relationship. and they earnestly ask the A. Nevin Cunningham. of all earnest workers in every congregation to form societies as aids to the St. WITH THE SPORTS. Vincent de Paul where none such exists. Cincinnati now appreciates our team, Iet each woman or roung lady only donate ten cents a month for furnishing Harry Pulliam is almost as sore on St. good new material for clothing ntid for Louis as he is on Louisville. coal and supplies during the winter, and Jim Watts has placed himself under no one will be poorer, but many a bleak the management of Al. Cook. fireside will be warmer and many a sad Rube Waddell made a record at Chicaheart lighter for the good work. Pover- go Monday that will stand for a long ty's terrors and pains strike home more time. vividly to us after we have tasted of their Marty McCue and Joe Fairbutn meet bitterness. Ask th&se who have passed contest tonight before in a twenty-roun- d through the straits of poverty and they the Greenwood Athletic Club. will tell you "Gall is sweet and wormEfforts are being made to arrange a wood precious compared to its harrowing merciful to the match between Jim Watts and Frank draught." Let us be Coffee Cooler. poor, and remember that poverty, ignor- Craig, the Harlem Charley Nichols, Boston's great pitchance and crime are well called the devil's er, says the Beaneaters will be in line trinity. "For in the deep, where darkness dwells, next year. Their chances for the pennant were killed by the slump in batting The land of horror and despair, that occurred in the middle of the season. Satan has built a dismal tomb And lays his stores of vengeaHce there." Officer Tom Donovan, ot 1534 Bank street, is suffering wijh a brokTue Boston Pilot of September Iff, en ankle. The misfortune occured while among its always and ever interesting he was running down some suspected features, has an article on the identity of burglars last Saturday night. Ex-poli- "Carroll Malone," the famous Irish poet, who wrote "The Croppy Boy" and other grand ballads. His real name, the Pilot states, was William B. McBurnie. He emigrated from Belfast to this country and reached Boston in 1815. He died in 1892, but at what place we are not told. It was in the Pilot that the "Croppy Boy," the "Irish Emigrants" and the "Orangeman's Wife" were first published. They almost instantly grew into popular favor in Ireland, and are included in all Irish authologies. The pseudonym "Carroll Malone" was adopted by McBurnie probably because it was the custom of the time to write under a fictitious name. For many years his real name was not known. The style and sentiment of his poetry were so pure and true that it was a matter of much regret that the real name of "Carroll Malone" was not known to the world. The Pilot comes to the assistance of biographers and lovers of Irish music and gives us the family name of this sweet bard. May it serve also to revivify the touching strains that have so often awakened love of home and countVy in the hearts of our forefathers, especially the "Irish Emi KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 WEST GREEN ST. ? THOROUGH V TRAINING si THIRD AND MAIN STS., tr DOARD OF TRADE BUILDING., KY. Jf i rmirv i n CAivUKOiun ur mil; ccicnw Lrtol junuAi nv'iinciriM fn Tud ouiauii. i T Round Trip TO LOUISVILLE AND RETURN TO LEXINGTON AND RETURN sft 4 VIA r 1 ..wO Southern Railway in Kentucky, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 8. that date, will bo held TRAIN on Burgln Branch, Louisville at 7:45 P. M. for of train leaving Asst. Cen'l Pass. Agent, WM. H. TAYLOE, Louisville, Ky. ITALIAN -- SWISS 219-22- 7 WINE West Jefferson Street. COLONY AND RETAIL DEALERS IN CO., WHALLEN telephone A1EFFERT BROTHERS, Proprs., LOUISVUwLIJ, ICY, WHOLESALE LIQUORS OF HLL KINDS. lOO. TEMPLE THEATER. JOE BREEN'S EXCHANGE W. II. MEFFERT, MANAGER. STOCK -- C0A1PANY IN- Seventeenth and Rownii. Finest Quality of Wines and Liquors lsli Lunok Every Saturday Night. LAWLER- -- Tlie iron Master. Night PerMatinees Daily at 2:15. formances at 8:15, Popular Prices 10c, 15c, 25c, 35c and 50c. No higher. COONEY. II M ONARCn LAWLER'S A BUCKINGHAM Flneit Vaudeville Theatre In America. SUPERIOR 45 OEJiVJP Manufactured at CIGAR. Lcuisvillo. WEEK sunBaTS. OCTOBER 8 FRED RIDER'S 1207 West Main Streot, Matinees Sunday. Monday. Wednesday, Saturday. HOTEL RICHELIEU CAFE AND RESTAURANT, MOULIN ROUGE BURLE3QUERS TWO NEW BURLESQUES, M. J. SWEENY, Prop. 221 THIRD AVE. Private Dining Rooms. Open Day and Night. Best of Wines and Cigars. TffiliRPHONK OOG. "The Cuckoo Girls' Century Run," "The Tramp's Paradise." GRAND f3 AlLL AT BIG FOUR TO ROUTE 4 TO DE OIVEN UV THE ITALIAN BROTHERHOOD Indianapolis Peoria MUSIC HALL, THURSDAY EVENING, OGI. 12. Proceeds to be used in erecting a Monument on their lot in St. Louis Cemetery. CHICAGO AND ALL POINTS IN TICKETS 50c. INDIANA and . . . MICHIGAN. ..BEST TERMINALS UNION DEPOT Corner Seventh St. and River. CITY TICKET OFFICE No. 218 0. J. CALLAHAN, RAKER OP PINE Fourth Ave. Boots and Shoes 1708 Seventh Street, Repiiri Week SwMltri art tally General Agent, Louisville, Ky. K. G. MCCORMICK, Pass. Traf, Mgr., WARREN T. LYNCH, A. G. P. A CINCINNATI, O. Dm, S. J. GATJ5S, n