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LOUISVILLE: SATURDA, OCTOBER 21, 1S99. younger days of the republic and in its years of more mnture growth the. Irish exile sacrificed his all that the blessings of liberty and union might be won nnd saved for the country of his adoption. It will be his task iu the future that principles as handed down by the fathers of the public be kept pure and unsullied, and that the American nation be not led into entangling policies which may lower Columbia from the high pedestal on which she has stood for over a century. The American nation must ever be the defender, not the oppressor, of weaker nations. The American nation must be the opponent, not the ally, of despotic powers, aiming to extend their rule over other peoples under the pretense of carrying on the point of a bayonet the light of civilization. The complications surrounding and embarrassing English foreign policy seem to indicate the nineteenth century will close mid the clash of arms and the roar of battle. Each preceding century was ushered into the abyss of the past with the same ominous symptoms of striving peoples battling to regain or retain their What will be the outnational liberty. come as far as Ireland is concerned depends on the intellegenceand the patriotism of her sons. Antagonism to English influence in this country should animate so the heart of every true that our nation, this republic, should not retired after having spent the most enjoyable evening in the local history of the Ancient Order of Hibernians. LACE CURTAIN LAUNDRY. lead and never follow. Our work in laundering lace curtains at 20c a pair gives cri tire satisfaction. Work called for and delivered. First-clas- s serlce. MAD. HABEY, 625 Second St. Telephone 2631. We VOLUME III. NO. 16. PRICE FIVE CENTS. cordingly applied to the public opinion of the educated representatives of foreign nations near Manila and Hong Koiig. He sent circulars to consuls, merchants, newspaper editors and correspondents, asking them to state in plain terms whether the complaints made by Ilerr Doberck were founded on facts. The results of this measure were surprising. Doberck had sown the wind only to reap the whirlwind. The Manila and other papers pounced upon Doberck most mercilessly, They exposed his own blunders in his observances, praised the work of the Manila observatory and stated in unmistakable words that only petty jealousy had led him to proceed on such crooked ways. Furthermore the s, leading papers of other cities, the the captains of ships of all nations, demanded the reports from the Manila observatory, and petitioned the Colonial Secretary at Hong Kong to remove Herr Doberck from his position. Upon this the Colonial Secretary gave out that the Director of Hong Kong observatory had been unauthorized by the English Government, and he hoped that the order for the discontinuance of the typhoon reports would be rescinded. Gen. Otis informed Father Algue that it gave him pleasure to remove the cited prohibition, aud directed him to send out the typhoon warning so much desired in Hong Kong as formerly aud prior to February 27. mci-cliant- HIBERNIANS Give a Warm Welcome to Their KEATING Says the Ancicn BISHOP COTTER Order of III-lad- e National President, John T. Keating. Tells of the Condition arid Morals of the Irish People. Bishop Cotter, of Wiuonn, hcrnians Has Progress. Great I Delivers the Most Eloquent and Able Address Hoard Here in Many Years. The Weather Prevented the ercises Taking Place at the Carnival. Ex- Minn.,. re- ENJOYABLE RECEPTION IN HIS HONOR , Owing to tlie inclement weather the programme arranged for Tuesday last, n day, nt the Elks' carnival had to be postponed to Thursday night, thereby disappointing the thousands who anticipated the most enjoyable evening of the entire celebration. The rain began falling "arly in the morning nnd continued all day, despite which a large number went there in the hope of hearing Hon. John T. Keating, National President? of the Ancient Order of Hibernians, ns it was not decided to declare the exercises off till late in the afternoon. President Keating arrived in this city Tuesday morning nnd was escorted to the Louisville Hotel by Messrs. James Coleman, William M. Higgins and John Barrett, where he was visited by the Reception' Committee of the Elks and the leading Hibernians of this city, all of whom expressed themselves as greatly pleased with the distinguished Chicagoan. White the exercises at the carnival grounds had to be abandoned, that did not interfere with the reception which was held in his honoV in Hibernian Hall, which was crowded to its full capacity. The Hall Hoard had had the hall most artistically decorated, the national colors nnd the green of Ireland predominating. Scally's orchestra occupied a unique place in the hall nnd discoursed many appropriate selections. President Keating entered the hall escorted by State President Martin Cusick, Secretary James Coleman and County President Murphy,, andwas gjvenone ofj Irish-America- cently returned from a trip to Europe, and in his reply to the welcome by his people said of Ireland and the Irish people: "Ireland? Well, my friends, I must confess that I went to Ireland to find happiness, and you know very well in your own heatts that I was foolish to expect such a condition to prevail in that island. The traces of despotism that hung men and women, the tyranny that crushed the heroic and the brave for the wearing of the green still manifest themselves iu misrepresentation and taxation and in what some people choose to term vices, but which I call a weakness on the part of the people. But my dear friends, what will give them the freedom and happiness they seek? Not the Government that has so long despised and abused them. Alas, I am afraid that this happiness will never come from this. Receiving KindlS- - Recognition and Support! From the Ileirarchy. Will Rccognizi No Specious Schemes of Leaders or Fnotiwiip. t gerels of the vaudeville left in the music hall and our homes gladdened with the music and poetry of Balfe, Carolan, Reilly, Wallace, Moore, Davis, Banim and Devere. We are meeting with great of 1000 success, and the will undoubtedly be nearest the true type of the composite American hoped for by the fathers of the republic." "How are the Ancient Order oi Hiber- nians outside of America?" "I am glad to say promising better progress every day. In Ireland faction is dead, in Australia the desire for direct application is strongly expressed and will be represented by a delegate at Boston next year. In the Republic of Mexico the banner of the order is about to be raised, and in Canada Quebec, Montreal and Toronto give evidence of its popularity." "How about the national cause in Irish-AmericIre-land- FRANKFORT. William .r. Bryan Received a Great Ovation in the Capital City. Addressed Ono of the Largest Crowds Yet Seen at a Political Speaking. Franklin County's Candidate for Enrolling Clerk Dally Gaining Strength. PERSONAL AND I "We sympathize with every movement, but will not support the perpetuity of PAYORS THE STUDYwF IRISH HISTORY faction. The Ancient Order of Hibernians will not recognize any specious ti schemes of leaders to win quasi indorsements for their particular faction. Come Hon. John T. Keat ng, National Fresi- - together or step aside should be the policy dent of the Ancient Order of Hibernians, Of those who can get the cars of those spealcs iu glowing te$ nis of the progress posing as chieftians. I believe the Counbeing riiade by that organization. Not- - ty Councils will, however, enable the withstanding his loll; and tiresome trip people to judge for themselves, organize, from Omaha to be licre elect men of the rank aud file and sweep dav, he cheerfully welcomed the Ken- - aside the t'actioiiists. Ireland's future is representative for tucky the purpose of an iterview. He ex- pressed himself in flvor of solidifying the divisions in manv cities where there are too many now, thjjreby enlarging the neiu irom wnicu to seieci me auicsi ami most competent mefj for officers and giving the orga,uizati( n a still better administration wherevei possible. He stated that the fi lest mililary organization in Chicago t day was the Irish regiment, which earned off the honors in the big parade on' the recent visit of President McKinley to the Windy City. President Keating expressed himself as highly pleased with. Ills visit and reception here, ana intimates that he mav pos sibly be here again beuore the meeting of .fT... .1. jMauouai , r uie convention. Many questions wire propounded to him relative to the status of his organization, and his answers' will be read with ns well as interest by' ' menibers: j "How is the Ancient Order of Hibernians?" . "I am glad to be able to state that since the union convention held in Trenton last year the old; orderjias made considerable progress. Tl7eJiTettt.increasepf iinenibersliin is soniewliSbetweei'iTeit'llt' f Irish-AmericIrish-America- n' .! SOCIETY GOSSIP Special Correspondence of the Kentucky Irish American.! Frankfort, Ky., Oct. 20, Tuesday morning last William Jennings Bryan visited Frankfort and addressed one of the largest crowds that ever attended n political speaking in the Capital City. Mr. Bryan and party arrived in Frankfort a few minutes before 8 o'clock, and the Bryan party repaired to the Capital Hotel, where breakfast was served. National Committeeman Woodson, J. C. S. Blackburn and Senator Goe-bjoined Col. Bryan at breakfast. Shortly after the Bryan party arrived in Frankfort the rain began to fall in torrents and the crowd repaired to the Cnpi-tOpera-houswhere but about 1,500 or 1,800 of the 3,000 people could gain admittance even to standing room. Mr. Bryan was introduced by Mayor W. S. Dehoney in a short speech, who discussed for about thirty minutes State and national issues, and urged all Democrats to support Senator Goebel and elect the Democratic ticket iu Kentucky, thereby insuring Democratic victory in 1000. In the course of his remarks he 1 - a ulow- naiil ing tribute to Senator Goebel and ex- benator Joe C. b. Blackburn. Mr. Bryan's speech was followed by calls for Senator Goebel, and as the young gladiator of Kentucky Democracy walked to the center of the stage deafening applause shook the building from pit to- - dome for fully five minutes. Senator Goebel in his usual eloquent manner discussed State issues hripflv. el al Hartifc9tjwekttraiea,;ver-Bgst6wgtl'Iin- 4 rtmenhioTrsa'a located in almost every city of size in the nation. Financially our success has been No encumbrances of any remarkable. kind hamper the order in any section nnd the disbursement of money iu relief, sick benefits and death endowments has reached into the millions. In some1 of our county treasuries tens of thousands of dollars are being laid aside for building' and other laudable purposes." "How is it so much can be done with so small a cost to the individual member?" "Well, I belie.ve it almost solely due to management of honest and business-lik- e society affairs. Notwithstanding the fact the mass of our membership is composed of those from the middle and humbler walks of life, Celtic shrewdness in selection of officers and watchfulness over society nffairs controls and guides all our dealings. It may be here remarked that peculation, waste and malfeasance are unknown among our officers." "What are the general relations between the chu.ch and the society?" "Of the most friendly character. It is only natural that the 'Soggarth Aroon' should be close to the Hibernian, and in the ranks of the order the priest finds his must earnest church workers and most practical Catholics. I am of opinion that the best soldiers of the church militant will be found in the membership of the Ancient Order of Hibernians. It is inherent in their race to be devoted to their ancient faith, and it is admitted their ability, courage and devotion provides the tireless champions and fearless defenders needed ill these materialistic days of modern thought in our great republic. We are receiving kindly recognition and warm support from the hierarchy in America, that is as far as circumstances and environment will permit or de- on a national officer. Awaiting his arrival were a number of our leading citizens, among them Newton G. Rogers, Pat Bannon. Barney Campbell, Matt O'Doherty. Edward J. Dr. William U. Dougherty and John Kelly. State President Cusick introduded Mr. Keating, who delivered what proved to be the most eloquent and able address ever listened to by the Hibernians of this city. He is an orator of the highest order d from and held his audience start (o finish. His recitation of the evictions he had witnessed in Ireland and his appeal to the younger element to carry on the work of the great organization of their fathers and forefathers had a telling effect, and his tribute to the music and literature of Ireland was a masterly effort. President Keating created a fine im- V . . . m ...... vrh. IIC13IUII QUU ttk. are unable to give a stenographic report of his address, which far surpassed the expectations of those present. Among other things he said: To tell the story of the Ancient Order of Hibernians is to relate the history of the Irish people at home and abroad for two centuries past. The society came into existence when all was dark and sad in Green Innisfail. It came to poor Erin's side when she was alone and forgotten by all save God, when from her shores had fled the soldier, the statesman and the scholar, when only one friend watched over her fainting form, her fluttering life pulse, the priest of her nation, the "Soggarth Aroon." For a century the labors of the order were to save to the people the religion of their forefathers and preserve the minister of holy faith against the attack of his relentless enemies. The seventeenth century closed and the eighteenth opened with the stream of evils growing larger and new work devolved on the men of the old society the labor of saving the exile for the church and keeping alive in the wanderer's breast the love for motherland. How well the society did its work the influence is a strength of proof. In every State where dwells the Celt the spirit of Irish patriotism is strong and fervent. Third century of the order's existence has commenced and new duties, new tasks, call for fresh exertion and renewed devotion. The army of exiles arc growing fewer and the check of emigration no longer keeps the flame alive with fresh offerings from the Island of Saints on the shores of America. To the n the society turns to reits membership and from those born cruit under the stars and stripes her leaders look for soldiers to continue the battle. In the school house and the home the gospel of regenerated Ireland must be taught and the virtues of the ancient race inculcated in youthful minds. To lore and appreciate the land of their forefathers the children of the exile must be taught the glories of the past, the duti of the prerent and the promise of the future. The literature, the poetry, the music, of the past must be taught and the standard bearers of the coming century trained to be exponents of the true tradi tions of the Irish race. There is still anIa the other Utk for the Hibernian. Irish-Americtt, spell-bouu- TTnitofl Cfatoo n,1 MT.'li:... T.. HON. JOHN T KEATING be entangled in alliance, passive or active, with the foe of all liberty loving peo ple. The sympathy of the Irish race should go out to the gallant Boers. Where influence can be brought to bear England's grasping plans of aggrandise ment should be defeated. The Anglo- Saxon heresy should be driven from every platform and pulpit and hearing denied to the appeals of the robber nation for help and alliance. She is as ruthless, cruel and mercenary now as of old, nnd the horrors of '08 in Ireland may be duplicated under her Government iu South Africa. The time has come when this culptit must be dragged before the bar of nations and her empire dismembered. All her resourses, all her promises, all her inducements, have not been able to induce two regiments of Canadians or Australians to respond to her appeal for recruits. Judgment for her atrocities in the past should be meted out and punishment for her treachery to Ireland and America should be awarded with no unsparing hand. To the task before them the Ancient Order of Hibernians will lend its efforts, hoping the result will be that Ireland, redeemed, regenerated nnd disenthralled by true genius and patriotism, will rise from her present position and, resuming her proper place among the nations of the earth, become a sister republic to great Columbia and share with her the glorious work of carrying among the oppressed of all nations the light of true liberty and the benefits of true civilization. At the conclusion of his oration there was an outburst of enthusiasm that lasted several minntes. State President Cusick next introduced Mr. Newton G. Rogers, who had been selected to officiate as Chairman ut the exercises that had been postponed, who spoke briefly but nppropialely, paying a handsome compliment to President Keating and advocating a more earnest inter-ein Irish music and literature, which sentiment was warmly applauded. Hon. Matt O'Doherty was the next speaker, and for three quarters of hour he spoke on the history of Ireland und what her sons had done for civilization in all ges and countries. Hon. Edward McDemott was unable to be present because of an important meeting of the Bar Association. Short talks were made by a number of others, after which an adjouruient was had to the front hall, where President Tom Keetian, lokn Henuesev and others of the Countv Board had provided an, abundance of refreshments of alt Jtinds. At interval. songs were sung and recitation rendered by Will McCarthy. "Dave Reilly, Will DU- laaey and others, and at midnight all st JOSEPH H. SENG, hustling young Democratic candidate for the Legislature from the First The ward of the city of Louisville. His friends are supporting him enthusiastically of his pronounced opposition to trusts. promising, and who knows but a spark from South Africa may kindle a fire in India to light the Russian over the Khbler pass? Who knows what the near future may have in store for a united people?" .... source. Their freedom and their happiness lies in their own hands. This freedom is within the grasp of their own will; their happiness within the domain of their own determination. "I saw very little drunkeness in d and compared with other countries Ireland is free from this terrible curse. Although my visit to Ireland was in many respects a sorrowful one, yet I left that beloved country in good spirits, for I have great hopes for Ireland and great and grand possibilities for the Irish people." Ire-lau- MINSTRELS, Complimentary Benefit to Popular West End Comedian. Irish-Americ- Irish-America- The minstrels to be given at the Portand land Opera House, Twenty-sixt- h English Officer Lies to the Portland avenue, Monday 'evening, for the benefit of B. J. Dawson, '.the. popular Americans and Is PromptMackin Council comedian;"protnises to ly Turned Down. be one of the best and most amusing amateur performances ever held in the West DEFEAT OF BRITAIN, the End, and from present indications standA short time ago a dispatch from Philippines stated that the United States ing room will be at a premium. Mr. Dawson, who will assume the leadGovernmeut authorities had issued an Hoped It Will Give the Irish order forbidding the Jesuit fathers of the ing role, will be assisted by Miss Edna Nation Its Due InManila observatory from sending any Jones, the wonderful child artist; Ren Burein. the creat tumbler: Orion Tutt, dependence. more weather reports or typhoon signals ftilack-face comedian; Miss Belle Wctzel- ports outside the to Hong Kong or other bergcr, soprano soloist; Dawson and Jones island. The news caused much surprise Dublin dispatches say no more emand indignation, as the Manila observa-tor- In drama, opera, farce and ragtime; Miss phatic expression of the extreme Nation-alis- t under the Jesuit fathers, has gained Clara Burrel, soprano soloist; E. C. Kinsentiment in Ireland on the struggle n wide fame iu the east among officials ney, New Albany's sweet tenor. between Briton and Boer has been utA fine feature will be the colored farce, and the shipping interests by the accu tered than that contained in the following racy of its predictions. The source of "Dr. Snowball," by Dawson, Fisher and resolution passed by that strong Parnell-it- e this order was misinformation; a hasty Burkholder, and the performance will body, the Cork District Council. It e colored procedure on the part.of the government wind up with a genuine is but a sample of scores of similar resoThe music will be under in Washington and petty jealousy on the lutions which are being passed by local part cf A malicious informer. The facts the personal direction of Mrs. J. Elmer popular bodies iu Ireland: of the case are now out, and the order Tuell. mand." "Resolved, That, having regard to the "Auy change in the policy of the order has been withdrawn. fact that the English people as a nation REV, PATRICK M'GURGAN, This informer was a certain Herr have committed since their accursed pres- since the convention in Trenton?" "No change in principles or object. Doberck, who is an official of the Engence was first felt in Ireland every crime, obmurder, pillage and all crimes that it is Those will never change. We labor for lish government at the Hong Kong Death of the Pioneer Passion-1s- t the elevation of the Irish race, the servatory. Since 1881 this gentleman possible for fallen humanity to perpetrate Father at the Sacred against their fellow creatures, we hope if preservation of the purest traditions of has been trying to interfere with the Heart Retreat. our people and the spreading of the be- observatories conducted by the Jesuits in they engage iu a war, especially an unjustifiable war, such as the war they are nign influence of friendship, unity and Manila and in 'A Ka Wei, Some time in dinow forcing on the Boers, that their army Christian charity among the children of the spring of 1889 Herr Doberck, as Rev. Father Patrick McGurgan, years will be annihilated and their power crip- the sea divided Gael. We aim to make rector of the British metropolitan service, ago pastor of St. Cecilia's church in this the liighcst type of addressed o letter to the Weather Bureau pled, which will give the Irish nation an the city, died at the Sacred Heart Retreat on opportunity of obtaining their independ- American citizenship ami the Hibernians of the United States in Washington, the Newburg ro.ul last Saturday mornthe examplars to be followed and imitated stating that "the observatory of Manila ing. Upon leaving St. Cecilia's lie joined ence." is in the hands of men who jiossess very til-- : The seconder of this resolution observed by their compatriots." order of Passionist Fathers, and has "In what other features besides the bei little scientific education; that scandal is since beeu known to the world as Father that any Irishman joining the English nevolent do you try to interest your mem- caused by the continual sensational ty- Andrew. army should be shot down. Forty-thre- e It is said he was the first Amerphoon warnings to the papers of Hong ican priest to be admitted to that order, members were present, and the resolution bers?" "Well, we encourage the study of Irish' Kong." parsed unanimously amid applause. and there was none more revered or behistory, the Gaelic language, the career Mr. Wilson received the letter of Herr loved than he by those of the Sacred of the Irish exile on this continent, Irish Doberck. Mr. Wilson being'at the head Heart Retreat. moosier Visitors. classical music, Irish literature of the last of the Agricultural Department, handed years old Father Audrew was sixty-fiv- e Messrs, Daniel and Michael Finn, two two centuries and the mission of the Irish the complaint to Chief Moore, of the and his death was due to a complication enterprising and prosperous young busi- Catholic in lands other than his own. Weather Bureau, aud he to the Secretary of diseases. ness nie of Indianapolis, were in the We endowed a Gaelic chair at a cost of of War. Thereupon General Otis was His remains were shipped to Pittsburg city tnis week visiting the sister of the $50,000 in the Catholic University, Wash- ordered to stop the typhoon, warnings for burial, where I1I3 father, now ninety former, Mrs, Mary Speak, 1010 Maple ington. D, C. We have succeeded in in- from the' Manila observatory, The diyears of age, still resides. street. They are loud In their praises qf troducing the study of Irish history in rector of the observatory obeyed, ami no it tt t capital, aim say mere is no many parochial schools and we hope to warnings were sent any more' beyond the The past students of Gastlcknock held u,e "oosier c,ty lu wllich are. better see the same some day in the public Phillonlue Islands. their annual meeting of the union, at the recognwea. mere tuey take great inter- - scnoois, LWiiers is as entitled to a place Father Algue, S. J., the director of the college Wednesday of this week. The Mt and "ch influence in public, as uie lying wor Kg ot aiacauiay, utckens, observatory, has spent some time in occasion .was availed of by the menibers B "press themselves as .Hume and other aulupris of English his- - ' America, especially iu Georgetown Col to present to the college a portrait. of Lord astonished at the division existing in the lories for deceiving, not to instructing, lege, and, has become acquainted with Russell of Kiilowen, President of the ranks of in Louisville. out children. We ant to have dog - American ways and customs. He act college. y, old-timcamp-meetinIrish-AmericIrish-America- OFFICIOUS OFFICIAL, Bryan to the Presidency in 1000. Ex. Senator Blackburn made one of his five- minutes1 speeches, which was well received. All then boarded the special and were whirled away to Versailles. The train was in charge of popular James Fitzgerald, the most efficient conductor in the employ of the L. & N. railroad. There are a few people who say that Bryan's flying trio throuch Kcntuckv t will not help Goebel aud the Democratic ticket, but if his tour through Kentucky does the same proportion of good iu other places that it has in Frankfort, Senator Goebel's election is assured and Bryan's election 111 WW an accomplished fact. Cards are out nnuouncinir the marrinPci of Miss Kathryne Collins and William uusning, which will be solemnized at the Church of the Good Shenherd 011 Novem. ber 22. Miss Collins is one of Frauk- fort's fairest and sweetest girls, while Mr. Cushing is one of Louisville's re spected young business men. He holds a responsible position with the Louisville Packing Company. The many friends of the happy young couple wish them many years of happiness nnd prosperity iu wedded bliss. Mrs. Annie Mahoney Taaef, Franklin county's candidate for enrolling clerk of the Senate, stands an excellent show of winning, nnd if elected will undoubtedly make au efficient officer and discharge faithfully the duties of the office, Mrs. Taaef is exceedingly popular at.d her pleasant manner is daily winning many votes for her. Ou.my table ns I write lay the notice of the approaching weddings of three of Frankfort's most popular young couples, but as I have not the consent of the contracting parties I will refrain from publishing their names until some future time. The little god Cupid has been busy of late and several weddings before Advent will probably be the outcome of his mischievous pranks. Col. Patrick O'Brien spent two days last week in Louisville on business. He also combined pleasure with business while iu the gay metropolis. Messrs. William L. Gushing and brother James spent Sunday last In this city with friends and relatives. Miss Katherine Parker, of Lexington, spent a few days last week with her sisters in this city. All subscribers are requested to settle at once for past year's subscription. This is the last call. D. J. M. BIO BAZAR. "e Irish-America- 1 j Look out for the big bazar that Father White is going to give next month at Clifton. Father White has started a new thing in the shape of bazars. In addition to the regular articles for sale or chance, as you find in all church fairs, he llas'a book of tickets containing twentv. seven prizes, thretf of which will be drawn for every night. These prises are all valuable and add a new feature.. to the bazar, The remarkable thing about these tickets is that you get a chance on every one of them for fifty cents something unknown here heretofore. In fact, we can say beforehand that the baa'risa, success. KEJSrXJOK:Y IRISH AMERICAN. nation by press and people in this Rev. Eather Reany, chaplain of the Olympia, in an inIlKlilltlltllllltllllltititlt Devoted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans. terview in Boston, emphatically denies the charge, aud says that the WILLIAM AI. HIG GINS, churches were sacked by Filipinos 51NQLE COPY, 5c. and Chinese, who stole or destroyed SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. everything of value. It has also Matter. Rtttorcd at tho Louisville Postofflcc n Second-Clas- s developed that the dispatch (?) Addtersall Communications lo the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, 326 West Green Street charging Americau soldiers with KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. Publisher. country. Co VctVS ryr--, this vandalism, though dated Ma- fifth and Market streets for the past six weeks, during which time her il'uess was regarded as very serious, nila, really originated in the office of a sensational New York "yellow journal." LOUISVILLE, KY. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1899. Old Kentucky never had a politiTORIES ON THE ANXIOUS SEAT. and gain control of the affairs of cal campaign to develop so many Government. liars that is based on the epithets The Liberal and Unionist leaders applied to their opponents by the The announcement that certain and press have not hesitated to respective candidates, their ad Irish members of Parliament are, criticise and condemn the Govern- herents and organs. The campaign when that body meets, to have course in this matter, now however, will be a good thing for charges preferred against them for ment that tue irisu leaders and press the State, as she is having what she expressing sympathy with the which rarely devote much attention has long needed a political shaking Boers and disapproval of the GovRight Next to Avenue Theater. to questions not directly affecting up, arousing her people, and by ernment's policy and acts in the their own country, are adding their discussion of public affairs from op Their prices are the lowest, work the best, and Transvaal question, is significant all guaranteed. They will treat you right. protests, indicate a uniting of oppo posing parties forcing them to thin when the meaning and effect is sition parties against the Tory Gov before they vote. There has been understood. When such charges REMEMBER THE PLACE: against a member o eminent in Parhameut when it .too much of blind partisanism iu are preferred meets in special session to consider this State. j Parliament he is deprived of voice the Transvaal question. That the and vote in Parliament pending the Mr. Emory Smith escorted a charming Col. Mike Muldoon's natre for Miss Maggie Martin returned to her 8S'X meeting of Parliament is regarded party to the Elks' carnival charges. Therefore, if those Iris Park Commissioner will be on the home in Midway, after a week's visit day, whee they spent a most enjoywith apprehension by the Govern with friends here. members are so charged they wi able evening. The party included Misses ment is apparent from the anxiety Brown ticket. Put your X after be silenced, and their anticipated his name, no matter whom you vote Miss Ella Mae Rankin arrived home Marie and Lucille Smith, of Bardstown; of the Tory leaders and press, their this week after an extended visit with Adele Stone, of Bedford, Ind.; Nell and opposition to approving the positio Mayme Sexon, and Corinuc Margine, of appeals to the patriotism of the for otherwise. The arbitrary and friends in the East. and acts of the British Government Indianapolis; Messrs. Emory Smith and inconsistent action of that Demo people, the business iuterests, and Miss Clara Cissell arrived Monday from Joe Margine. and voting authority and money to finally the threats against those cratic committee deserve rebuke Taylorsville for the purpose of visiting carry on the war in the Trausvaa Miss Nora Moloney and John Maloney known or thought to be opposed to and Colonel Muldoon should be her father in this city. were this week ttnited in marriage by averted. It certainly can not position, of tilt Government, as vindicated by being elected in spite Miss Jessie Lees has returned to her Rev. Father O'Grady at St. Aloysius' that such, drastic measures are to be the home at Cannelton, Ind., after a brief church. The bride is an accomplished revealed in the aase ofthe Iris of them. resorted to because the Government visit with friends here. young lady and very popular, being a I members. favorite in social circles. Mr. Maloney, The Ancient Order of Hiber t fears the opposition of the Irish Ml has returned Mrs. Steve The proceedings of Parliament nians have reason to feel proud of Taylorsville, Wickhampleasant visit from who is a of members about with holds the position of foreman with the after a will be watched closely,, and unti their national executive officer, MISS KATE SMITH, Lady Assistant and Embalmer. jjjj and her son, J. T. Wickham. The host the membership of Parliament- Louisville Packing Company. its action is known the tension of the brothers of this city will be glad Mrs. Anna S. Levi spent several days of friends of the happy pair unite in people of all parties are the English Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice. wishing them a pleasant voyage through anxiety bordering upon nerve to learn that an effort will be made in the city this week visiting relatives life. united aud enthusiastic for war, as A.TVX and "doing" the carnival. S. E. COR. ness in all branches of trade, as to have him again visit SXS. m Louisville is reported from London, for the DEATH OF MRS. ELLEN LYNCH. TELEPHONE 810. well as politically, will continue in in the near future. Mr. aud Mrs. James McKenna, of Fair Irish miuority in Parliament, being field, have been the guests of Mr. Charles England. Should the action The funeral of Mrs. Ellen Lynch took so small, could make no effective place from St. Louis Bertram! s church We congratulate the Elks upon White, West Jefferson street. Parliament be adverse, an appeal to opposition, nor even delay action it last Monday morning with a requiem Miss Ella O'Donnell, a Chicago society mass the people will put the Englis the success of their fall carniva at 9 o'clock- Father Flood deliv- Si the majority are united and enforce Miss government to tlie test 01 a crisis and fair. They deserve the highest favorite, is the guest of street.Mary Byrn ered a short but touching sermon, paying at her home on Second the rules. several beautiful tributes to the deceased's praise for their enterprise and public the most tryiug in its history. 38 But despite reports, the Englis Misses Marguerite aud Catherine Car good qualities. She was buried iu St. m spirit. uu Louis cemetery. roll, of Montgomery, Ala., were this week people ol all parties are not united There is an Irish corps of 250 in DESIGNERS AND BUILDERS OF jjjj the guests of Miss Matilda Hollenkamp, FATHER LOQAN FOR PROVINCIAL. Hie Kentucky Irish Americau in approval of the Government the Boer army, despite the denia Charles McCarthy was this week tht policy in the Transvaal. As It has been rumored lately, but not M ITALIAN MARBLE. AMERICAN AND SCOTCH GRANITE from London. This corps is part congratulates itself for the part it guest of his sister, Mrs. Patrick Tracy, officially verified, that Rev. Father Logan matter of fact, the whole foreign of the army which last week crossed played in bringing Hon. John Keat of Jeffersonvllle. lie came from Chicago will be promoted to Provincial of the and colonial policy of the Salisbury into Natal by way of Laings Nek ing to Louisville. Misses Kate Tracy and Anna Coleman Dominican Order in this country. Father Government is and has been disap captured Newcastle and were chas have returned from Chicago, 111., and Logan has the best wishes of every mem A COMING MAN, Whiting, Ind., where they visited rela ber of his parish and other parishes and condemned by Liberals iug the English troops in the direc proved this city that it may be confirmed, as Artistic Work Onlj Solicited. tives. Workshops and Studios, Carrara, Italy. aud Unionists, several of their tion of Dundee, when the wires they know he would make a very capabl Young Who Is Miss Mary Bryan, who was here to at. and successful Provincial. leaders having publicly condemned were cut by the Boers, or the WARER00MS, 322 to 328 WEST GREEN STREET, tend the wedding of Miss Kate Castle' Pushing to the Front the Government's course in the British censor stopped the report of SHOWER OF METEORITES. man, has returned to her home in Lex Rapidly. j Art Transvaal as well. If the Irish tne war news, mere are also in ington. On the night of November 14 will occur members are silenced when Parlia the Boer and Free State armies one Miss Florence J. Lynch returned this one of the greatest natural spectacles ever Hon. James K. McGuire, though only afforded by the heavens to the view of 0 m ment meets, it can be only for the Holland and two German corps; in tuirty-on- e years of age, has been now week after a long and pleasant visit to her sister, Mrs. Mariana L. Moore, of man. This spectacle is the great fall of purpose of preventing tbem from fact, it seems that what England mated for a third term for Mayor of meteorites known as the Leonids. It oc Howard, Ky. years. Two formulating embarrassing questions dreaded has come to pass. She wil Syracuse, N. Y. curs only once in thirty-thre- e Mr McGuire was born in New York The marriage of Jeff Murphy and Miss thousand millions of miles of meteors raising points and opening the way have to fight not only the Boers, city July 12, 1808. His parents removed Kate Doyle, well known young people of will then flash past the earth. The for debate, which may result in but the entire white population to Syracuse when he was a child. He Covington, is announced to take place in meteorites, touching the atmosphere of attended the Christian Brothers' school the earth, become ignited by the rapidity unifying 01 the opposition upon (English excepted) of South and. arose before dawn in those days to the near future. of their flight. Countless millions of some basis to compel the Govern Africa, including those in her old distribute papers over his long route. He Miss Hannah McGuire, who fell from them will fall, and they will appear red ment to modify, if not materially colony of Cape Town, instead of left school before finishing the course a bicycle while riding in Jeffersonville white, orange, green and all the colors of went to work. He drifted from and sprained her arm, is reported as not vt the rainbow. The fact that they ignite change, its foreign and colonia' using them as allies and "volunteer and LiOOtl Iviauors a Snecia tv. Firrppn Knil Pnn position to position, always with the seriously injured. X .wwm ' W and dissolve on contact with the atmos policy. regiments," as heretofore. Her desire to better himself; he sold papers, Miss Mary Lafon will return to the city phere is all that saves the earth from candy and fruit npon trains between M. In any event, there would be de troops in South Africa are every Syracuse and Albany, sorted raisins and next week, after spending the summer in destruction. It has been only within this lay of appioval of the policy and where on the defensive, being forced nuts for a candy maker, worked in shops the country, and will be at the Gait century that astronomers have discovered the cause of the great November meteoric Telephone 384. 248 West Jefferson Street. acts thus far of the Government, to abandon advanced positions and and factories; but all the time, under the House for the winter. showers, and only since Tempel found careful guidance of his mother, his even and in granting the authority and striving to concentrate and hold out ings were spent at home and what few Misses Mary and Stella Hisey, who that the Leonids are fragments of a comet have astronomers been as Mrs. G. money needed to prosecute t'te war, till reinforcements arrive from Eng- - pennies could be spared were used to spent the past week visiting returned former of Murphy in Jeffersonvllle, have sured their periodicity. The single JOHN 1C. PRANK. while a general debate of the ques aud, India and elsewhere. Already purchase books. His mother endeavored to their home in Corydon. meteorite which makes when it strikes to impress upon his youthful mind the the earth's atmosphere the tion would result in embarrassment 90,000 men have been ordered to importance of an education. Miss Mamie Yeager, of Flat Lick, one shooting mere tramp in star" is humiliation of the Tory Min South Africa and are being rushed When he was twenty he refused c of this week's most charming visitors, the heavens. It is only a and a detached fragment istry, already on the defensive on as fast as transports can be obtained nomination for a member of Assembly, was. the guest of Miss Elizabeth Keyer, of some shattered planet, and it wanders About that time he became quite promi who entertained handsomely in her more or less through space until it comes its foreign policy, and place the nent in local politics. within the circle of attraction of some 812 814 CLAY STREET. In the heat of the campaign it is several local conventions, He was sent to honor. and each year party in an unpromising, position Misses Marie and Lucille Smith, two larger body, when gravity causes it to fall. Telephone 209-being quietly charged that Mr, 1113 merest in local politics grew apace, LOUISVILLE. KY. for the political campaign iu Great pretty Bardstown returned Hut the comet is a creature of the skies ohn Marshall, candidate for Lieu in ihsks tie stumped Illinois, Indiana and home after spendinggirls, havedays with and more to be reckoned with. Erratic several Britain, already deferred, and which Ohio for the Democratic candidate for tenant Governor on the Republican President. He has made speeches, hand Miss Nell Sexton and attending the Elks' as its course may s:em, it pursues a defi can not be deferred much longer. nitc course among the more regular carnival. ling many themes, in many States. h ticket, is a member of an orbits of the stars. The length of the Then it is possible, though not In 1805, when only twenty-seveMr, and organization McGuire was Joen O'Neill has jus returned from orbit which it travels, varies from the probable, that Parliament and the elected Mayor of Syracuse. Elizabethtown, Ky., where he has been comparatively small distance of a few . . r Were this true we would have uunng. . tms nrsi term ne tnaae many Government may so far fail to agree visiting for the last two weeks as a guest hundred millions of miles to one which a good record, which of his warned our readers, as we are op improvements.flnd relatives, Mn and Mrs. Dant, of reaches into the thousands of billions as to cause the. proroguing of ParI him in 1897. posed to, and believe all Irish- place. The Leonids whose grandeur will be visi In 1890 he married Frances Gertrude that and the reference of the liament Americans should oppose, any one Aicouire, or iforrestport. He has two Misses Rosa and Sadie W. Corcoran, ble next month are the fragments of a issue to the people in an election 42S-4-3- 0 former comet. Today thty are following St. approving of bigotry and proscrip children, Gertrude and Mary. He is of Logansport Ind., were here this past the course pursued by that comet iu by for a new Parliament a test of very fond of children and has given pic week as visitors to the carnival. During 351.430 HorKO gone ages. Reckoned by the figures of tion, no matter what ticket he tnav nics anu dinners for their entertainment. their stay they were the guests of Mr. the heavens the Leonids arc but infants, popular sentiment which the Tory be on. But it is not true. Mr. rfe belongs to innumerable societies, and Mrs. Leslie Thurman. Horses and Vehicles to hire at all hours, at reasonable rates. leaders. dread, have avoided by post having separated from the parent body which nroud of. ohn Marshall is not one of the A year is somethinir he is verv mentioned thirty-threhundred years ago. The TELEPHONE 140. ago he was prominently Charles Tully left last Monday for Chi- - only poning the Parliamentary election g Marshalls, and to as a candidate for Govenor and entered cago, where he will take a position with mind is dazed at the mountains of num expected last spring, and will do the Democratic State ease and sin bers vote against him on that ground is was unsuccessful. He isconvention, but bis brother, who has charge of a' large cerity hurled with greatest their computa now. a tironiln. by scientific men in .... their utmost to avert now. I r printing establishment He a gross injustice to him, as he is a cui ugurc in .uemocrauc state politics, has the best wishes for in that city. his tion of astronomical bodies' orbits dis success from But politics is politics the world tances and periods. The display will be gentlemau of liberal views, fully re many friends here. ELKS' FAIR. . over, in England as well as else visible about 1 a. m. on November 10, specting all creeds and nationalities; Mr. and Mrs. V, B. Smith will arrive continuing during the days and nights of where, and the opposition parties in besides the only members of his The MostSuccossfuI gradually the 10th and either Carnival home from their bridal trip Duringtonight, in numbers 17th, brilliancy diminishing 'V in their England are at least united and or tomorrow morning. till all will their political party who oppose him are ,, Will Come to a Close Who disapproval of the foreign and absence they have beeu visiting in Chica have disappeared not to return again till the "No Irish need apply," ".No Tonight. go and. Omaha. They will be at home to thirty-thre- e years hence. colonial policy of the Government, -1 T J .f wu 1. opery "element, who were knocked their friends at JMW West Hadisew street. muiueuuie xviuDxeins or me vncient vjraer or n Londoners are much exercised over the and are auxious and will doubtless out by his nomination, and wish TheJeika fair and carnival-eomto a winbe awarded by the Kentucky Irish 1? Miss Adele 5teHe, of Indianapolis, who eputed avtrege upon woien and chil seek to embarrass the party in him defeated brcause he is not one close tonight, after having met with the has been speBiag the weak with the Misses dren that are reaching the'BngJiah papers y sxuuzi ititu w iuu iuemoersTeceiving rne mgnest num.- power, as much as possible on the greatest, success, which woe contribute Sexton on Oldham street, is one of the since war has been declared between the of them. to in a large degree by our Transvaal and Great Britain. England Hoeeic oapiUl's , most attractive young very issue in which it is weakest 2? ber of votes, these coupons only to be used for ballots. csh eltiiens. Bach succeeding dav wit- - ladies. She was tke guest of, kowjc of a knows well how to inflict most brutal Some time 'ago it was charged eesed a larger attendance and most vulnerable, and avail than.ils wede-- large party that attended the Carnival outrages upon her enemies; no country excel Greet Britain in cruelty in time of "themselves of every opportunity to that American soldiers had plun eecsorand the undertaking received the. day, war. Aw, not the English prepared to approval of the evtire coiiinninifv Tt, a doee of tUeir own median? What force an appeal to the people in a dered and desecrated Catholic buines public profited by it, The friends of Mrs. J, 7. Reilty will be take at its best but brutality awd nt&au- as did is war election, churches in the Philippines, which Louisville Lodge of Klki, aud tbey are to glad to learn that there is a decided im- - ism the Innocent ana tne weak must algeneral Parliamentary Record the Candidate on the First Line, Division on the Second. v COiitfrntuUted upon the handsome Hum overoent in her condition, She has ways suffer for the offenses of the strong ; hoping to overthrow the Tory party naturally provoked severe condetn- rcai ieu lor ineir new beeu confined to per home at Twenty - end lusty. well-known. Miss Mel Craig and Conway Samuels were united in marriage at St. Augustiu's rectory, Jeffersonville, Thursday evening, Miss Josie Sullivnn has returned from Rev. Father Cronin performing the cerea delightful Eastern trip. mony. They are both well known and Miss Muyme Gantcr, of Glasgow, has their large number of friends have kept them busy receiving congratulations. been visiting friends here this week. Invitations have' been issued to the Miss Hattie Cleveland, of Jersey City, is visiting Miss Mary Byrne on Second marriage of Miss Margaret Mcdinger, an attractive and highly accomplished young street. lady of the East End, and Joseph C. n young German-AmericaMiss Lizzie Reis and William Bocs, of Kissel, a The ceremoiiy will be solemClifton, will be united in marriage next nized at St. Boniface church next Thursmonth. day morning. Miss Fleming, of Midway, will be the The marriage of Joseph Rueve and Miss guest of friends here during the balance Valentine Schuster will be celebrated at of October. St. Martin's church on Wednesday evenMiss Kate Nunnelly is visiting friend ing next. They are both well kno wil and in Middlesboro, where she will remain popular in German social circles, but for some time. owing to a recent death in the brldes's wedding will be a quiet one. Col. Thomas Shea and wife, of West family the Miss Dora Metten aud Mr. Schuster will port, were here lor a few days this week be the attendants. visiting friends. Irish-Americ- If they need attention there is no better place to have them fixed than at the Louisville Dental Parlors, 544 FOURTH ST., Louisville Dental Parlors, FOURTH Gran W.Smith's Sons Funeral Directors And Embalmers.. EIGHTH . well-know- n Irish-America- h US JEFF13ISON - Muidoon Monument 6ompflii!j rionunients. Irish-Americ- an I a a PARADISE! SAMPLE ROOM. J - " J. HICKEY, PROPRIETOR. sw A 000000000m00a000m00000'00 Clay5treet Brewery, and 2. WALTERS'- 1 anti-Iris- HENRY C. LAUER, v nun anti-Cathol- n. ic T- - 1 ISlootrlo CUppliic, East Jefferson II A 11 Per Head. e, 1 Know-Nothin- - . 1 . EMBLEM CONTEST! 1-1 Is the Most Popular Hibernian? Irish-Amer- fi. i- $ Iriih-Americ- 0 T, J, wathen. i men Ji5il V- ie j CHAFF. a $o st 1 a IRELAND. Record of the Hst Important of E IM Mil i 629 Eighth St. and Highland and Baxter Avenues. 65c Vanilla and Lemon, per gal 75c Fruits and Chocolates, per gal 75c Coffee and Banana, per gal $1.00 Almond and Macaroon, per gal jl.00 to 1.25 nisque and Tuttifrutti $1.00 llricks and Euchre 05c Sherbets and Ices 50c Sweet Cream All kinds of Fine Cakes made and orCandy Pullings namented to order. served on short notice. A specialty. It is the purest and best. Telephones 2144 and 2588. Special rates to hotels, dealers and large orders. EMPORIUM Higgins & DeGraw, 423 WEST JEFFERSON ST. A magnificent specimen of the variegated Opah, a species of fish supposed to be almost extinct, was captured a few days biuce in the North Sea. Its prevailing colors are splendid red nnd green, with tints of purple and gold dotted over with rouud silver white spots. The fins are a brilliant vermilion, and the iris of For Governor, the eye a bright scarlet. A curious ridge WILLIAM S. TAYLOR, runs in irregular curves from the tail to Of Ilutler County. the gill cover. The fish is three and a half feet long and weighs eighty-eigh- t For Lieutenant Governor,. pounds. It is being set up in n museum JOHN MARSHALL. Of Louisville. and is attracting notice of ichthyologists generally. For Secretary of State, The latest news of Verdi, the king of. CALEB POWERS, Of Knox County, composers, is that he has received from Humbert, King of Italy, the Grand CorFor Attorney General, don of the Order of Annunciation on his CLIFTON J. PRATT, eighty-sixt- h birthda'. This is the highest Of Hopkins County, order that royalty can bestow, and entitles the holder to call himself "cousin For Auditor, to the King." It is said that Verdi had REV. JOHN S. SWEENEY, Of Bourbon County, no ambition for the honor. Having lived the life of a true artist, the vanity that caters to the pleasure of princes, had it For Treasurer, ever been his, has by this time of his life WALTER R. DAY, After the great success of Of Breathitt Countv. disappeared. his "Falstaff" King Humbert wished to For Superintendent of Public Instruction, create him Marquis, but he was so opJOHN BURKE, posed to the honor that, through the inOf Campbell County. tercession of Queen Margherita, he was spared this dignity. Verdi is a devout For Commissioner of Agriculture, Catholic. CAPT. W. THROCKMORTON, the Recent Ejvcnts Culled From Exchanges. Thomas Mnriin and T. F. Murphy represented the Kilkenny County Council at the Parncll monument exercises. The remains of tHenry Kennedy, a young Dublin tinsmith, were interred in Glasnevin'cemetery October i. At the usual monthly meetim? of the Cashcl Urban Council Patrick Connors was elected rate collector for the urban well-know- n district. years, Patrick Fay, aged seventy-sevedied at his October 4, to the inexpressible grief of his family n residence,-Edcnderry, J. Just below Fourth. Our stock em" braces excep tionally well selected lines of solid and plated Silverware, Cut Glass and Metal Novelties.China Ware, Table Cutlery, Sidebtions. Water Sets, Tabourettes, Jardinieres and Pedestals, Lace Curtains, Rugs, Art Squares, Carpets, Draperies, Etc. Every desirable necessity and tasty novelty for making neat, cozy, comfortable. the dining-roo- oard Decora- l Walsh the Tailor, I 111 FOURTH AYE. Examine Complete Line ti 8 s Fall suitings, P. KELLY & DEALERS IN I s tt93959SSS9S9S9S9SSS9SSS9S9 Groceries, Vegetables, Fresh Meats, Produce. Seventeenth and Bank Streets, Special attention given to family orders, and goods delivered to all parts of the city. MY SPECIALTY IS FINE WHISKY. JIM MOORE'S PLACE 1521 Portland Ave. L Average 200 eggs a year. Eggs for hatching 5 cents each. Two Cockerels for sa'e cheap. CHAS, D, JACQUES, 2422 St. Xavler. M. D. Lawler, IN IRELAND. FIRST CLASS GROCERY ADD SALOON, N. Y. Cor. Nineteenth and Duncan. Fine Lunch and Music Saturday Night. TOURISTS Never before perhaps has there been such an influx of visitors into Ireland as during the present season. They monopolize many of the new electric cars in Dublin, and the accents to be heard in many of them are often almost exclusively American or English. The hotels in Killamey have been overcrowded, and streams of keenly interested sight-seer- s have been pouring along the routes to the most famous scenes in the neighborhood of the lakes. The north and the west have also reaped a golden harvest. Thanks to the enterprise of the railway companies and the energy of the Tourist Association and other promoters of cheap trips, the workers as well as the leisure classes in all parts of England have been making acquaintance with the natural beauties of the Green Isle, and have found that in wild grandeur and charm they are more than equal to the most attractive continental resorts. The experience will will be of service to them iu various ways. They w(H leant that the Irishmaii of today is neither the stage Irishman nor the Irishman of Lever, but a man who is the opportunities grasping "earnestly within his reach and dealing; with business questions in an intelligent and progressive spirit. beer in the form of lozenges For Railroad Commissioners, is the newest thing that chemical science CAPT. II. S. IRWIN, has been able to produce. The lozenges Second District. are pressed out of a powder obtained by the evaporation of lager beer and contain JOHN C. WOOD, To convert Third District. all the original ingredients. the lozenges into beer it is only necessary to dissolve them in water, adding a little carbonic acid. This will inaugurate a new move in the era of beer consumption. Gardens and resorts where the amber A.. O. fluid is on draught in course of time may not be such centers of enjoyment as they DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues- are now, when a man can carry his beer around with him iu his vest pocket day Evenings of Each Month. and drink of "the flowing" dipper at the President Thomas Keenan. Vice President Tim J. Sullivan. pump corner, having first inserted his ' Recording Secretary Thomas J. Dolan lager beer lozenge therein. Financial Secretary Peter Cusick, 132 Twentieth street. A visit to any of the parks is particuTreasurer John Mulloy. larly gratifying at this season to all lovers DIVISION 2 of nature. Quite a large crowd every SunMeets on the Second and Fourth Thurs- day go out for an airing or a rest to Jacob day Evenings of Each Month. Park, probably as much for the long ride President William T. Median. as anything else. Once there, the visitor Vice President Thomas Canifield. is charmed by the variegated dress in Recording Secretary John Mooney. Financial Secretary John T. Keaney, which mother earth is decked low trail1335 Rogers street. ing vines' in bright scarlet, yellow, brown, Treasurer Owen Kciren, dull red and copper tints pervading all Deep ravines are filled with the others. DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Wednesday beautiful locks that have been shorn by autumn winds from the proud heads of Evenings af Each Month. President Patrick T. Sullivan. lofty walnut, oak, sycamore, beech and Vice President Phil Cavanaugh. poplar trees, all yet glorying in holiday Recording Secretary JohnCavanaugh. lying under the mass of Finnncial Secretary N. J. Sheridan, attire. Here freshly fallen leaves in damp spots can 2018 Ljtle street. be found the beautiful waxlike plant Treasurer George J. Butler. known to botanists as Monatropa, comDIVISION 4 monly called Indian pipe from its resemMeets on the Second and Fouth Wednes- blance to a perfectly formed pipe. Golden day Evenings of Each Month. daisy, the tiny wild geranrod, blue-eye- d President John II. Hennessy. ium, a species of herb resembling spirae, Vice President Thomas Lynch. Recording! Secretary John J. Grogan. and a very singular and beautiful grass Financial Secretary George Flahiff, growing in long, slender racemes, form a 420 East Gray street. very interesting collection for an autumn Treasurer Harry Brady. bouquet. DIVISION C Miss Helen Gould keeps at her country Meets on the First and Third Tuesday establishment, Lyndhurst, an interesting Evenings of Each Month President Frank G. Cunningham. She has collection of aged animals. Vice Presideut D. J. Tierney. given orders that they be cared for till Recording Secretary L. J. Mackey. Financial Secretary J. J. Curran, 610 they die. Most of them belonged to her father, Jay Gould, and it was his wish Thirteenth street. that they be well kept, well groomed and Treasurer M. J. McCarthy. well watched. In one stable are "Gypsy" and "Tassel," the road team that Jay CENTRAL LABOR Gould prized so highly. The great millionaire drove them regularly to the railroad station whenever he took the train OFFICERS. for his New York office. They are fat President James McGill. and sleek, and continual idleness has Vice President J. W. Stevens. Zeuo M. made them very lazy. "Gypsy" is nearly Corresponding Secretary a quarter of a century old. In her prime Young, 04!) becond street. Recording Secretary T. J. Hennessy. Jay. Gould would not have sold her for Financial Secretary Charles Peetz. $2,000. An old watch dog, dying slowly Treasurer William A. Pool. of old age, is a particular pet of the Sergeant at Arms Nelson Green. Chairman Board of Directors Walter household. Miss Gould is a great lover of animals, and the older a pet grows the M. Young. more carefullv she watches after it. jail. AWFUL DISASTER. At a special meeting of the Kilkenny The most remarkable history yet given County Council the following resolution On Saturday morning, October 14, the of exploration in the land of mystery and was unanimously adopted by the Counsteamboat Nutmeg State, plying between darkness, the land of the midnight sun, cil: That we fender to our respected Bridgeport and New York, was burned to will be that given by Peary describing colleague, Major J. II. Connellan, the water's edge. Six lives, three men, his gropiugs through Arctic frost, hunour regret and sympathy in the two women and a child, are known posi- ger, sickness, whole weeks of dark night, sad bereavement which has afflicted him, tively to be lost. The statements of pas- in peril of rotten ice and soft snow, the caused through the death of his respected sengers bring the death list up to ten, but temperature all the time low enough to mother. probably twenty would be nearer to the freeze mercury. His diary contains much At the weekly meeting of the Ballinasaptual number, because in the' panic interesting material for young people to loe Guardians James Barr moved to re.hardly any one knew what became of the read, especially his description of the scind the resolution (fixing consultation other. The origin of the fire is unknown. killing of immense polar bears, whole fees in the uuion district at thirty shilThere were sixty or seventy passengers herds of musk oxen and the capture of lings by night and twenty shillings by on board and about fifty of the crew and seals, etc. Among the practical results day. There was opposition, but the freight handlers. In the confusion and. from his expedition are the rescue of the proposition was carried by a large mafright incidental to a fire on water many original records and private papers of the jority, and consequently the old fee of. persons were knocked overboard and Greely expedition, and the familiarization two guineas will continue. drowned. Members of the ship's com- of himself and party and the Whale Great rejoicing isj manifested in the. pany capsized two laden boats, one by Sound natives with the entire region as County Wexford at the news that his jumping in upon the heads of the passen- far North as Cape Beechy. He intends gers from the upper deck, of the steamer. to start again next spring and pursue his Eminence Cardinal Logue will pay a visit, But be it said, for humanity's cause, that original plan of following the North early in November. The new church at instances of heroism were more numerous Greenland coast to its terminus, and then Ballyfad will soon be (completed. Cardinal Logue will preside at the dedication, than examples of brutality, Of five men making straight for the Pole. and will be assisted by the Most Rev. imprisoned in the boat's hull, two were Dr. Browne, Bishop tof Ferns, and the gotten out by life savers chopping a hole John Cornelius, a veteran of ten battles, Most Rev. Dr. Brownrigg, Bishop of in the boat, but the other, three were while husking corn last Satur- Ossory. burned to death. One little girl, eight fell dead day at Uniondale, N. Y. lie was sixty-tw- o The Limerick Harbor Board employes years old, holding her father's hand, years old, At the outbreak of the have publicly recorded their calmly reminded her father that they thanks to should jump overboard rather than be civil war a company was formed at Alderman Prendergast for the manner in Hempstead which became Company H, which he has advocated their rigl.it burned. Taking her at her word, the to 119th Regiment, New York Volunteers. holidays. On his motion the employes father leaped into the water. Coming to Mr. Cornelius became Sergeant, which have now six fixed holidays in the year, the surface, his child safe with him, they rauk he held till the close of the war. He the motion to grant which was opposed weie picked up by pne of the tugs that received a 'wound iu the shoulder at by former members tof the board, who were doing good service in rescuThe other important view, privileges to yrorkinguien as the Chancellorsville. ing all who, like this heroic litwas iu were Gettysburg, encroachment' of socialism. willing to risk engagements he were tle girl, Pine Missionary Ridge, Wauhatchle, their lives by jumping overboard. A Francis Kennedy, of Ennis, died sudBuzzards' Roost, l'aach Tree Creek, mother saved her four children three Knob, and the surrender of Atlanta denly while on a professional visit. While little girl and a babyj When it was Marietta passing through Kilfeuora on his way to found that the boat could not be saved it and Savannah. Ballyvaughan Union, of which he was a' Nkvik Cunningham. Annix was run aground on Sand's Point, her veterinary inspector, he complained of blowing all the time, like a whistle Longford and Mullingar Town Com- being unwell andgot'off the car to sit by doomed thing's wail for help. The loss missioners have adopted the Limerick the roadside. The dRyer hastened to the' wilt be at least a quarter of a million of police barrack for issisUoce, and Mr. resolutions of sympathy for the Boers. dollars. Dried-u- p Of Fayette County. II. HON and friends. The Ballinasloe October fair was somewhat disappointing, 'flic number of sheep offered aggregated about the same as last year, the figures giveji being 34,000. Thomas Diguau was elected Coroner for South Mouaglian'at a special meeting of the County Council, to fill the vacancy caused by the death pi Thomas Phelan. Mrs. Kate LoweryMdied at her home in Dublin October 4, She was the sister of Christopher Dillon, and her death is mourned by many friends and relatives. Information has reached the constabulary at Stewartstown that an old man named John Kavanagh, residing alone at Aughrimderg, was found dead at his residence. Patrick Touhy, of Holy Cross, Thurles, while walking iu his garden a few days ago fell and his forehead came in contact with the gear of a threshing machine. He received injuries from the effects of ' which he died. The Limerick branch of the United Irish League passed n resolution condemning the policy pf the English Government toward the Boers, and regretting that an Irishman could be found willing to fire a shot in such an enterprise. Among those who attended the County Galway show that always precedes the great October fair, held this year at were buyers of the French, Austrian nnd Russian Governments, who came over to make horse purchases. At a special Court of Petty Sessions held at Newcastle, Countv Down, a woman giving the name of Mary O'Brien and hailing from London was committed for trial for masquerading as a nun and obtaining money under false pretenses. The movement started iu 1896 to widen Wexford street, Dublin, was given fresh impetus lately. A petition for signatures has been numerously signed by several hundred leading merchants for presentation to the Lord Mayor and corporation. The Hurling Challenge Cup, presented to the Gaelic Athletic Association by his Grace the Most Rev.' T. W. Croke, Archbishop of Cash el, will be presented with medals to the winners of the last competition, the Kilfinane Eujmet Hurling Club, in November. A meeting of the Navau Urban Council was held in the Town Hall for the purtwo. new members to pose of replace Luke Smith and William Lawby ler, disqualified for illness. Patrick Mangan and John Cre-ga- n were Daniel Brady, Captain of the Royal Enginners, second son of the late Patrick Brady, of Ballyshaunon,' County Donegal, and Madeline Catherine, second daughter of Col. G. Peart, were united in marriage October 2, Rev. Father Deasy, of Dalkey, assisted bj; Rev. J. Purcell, of St. Mary's, performing the ceremony. h At a special meeting of the District Patrick Council, O'Reilly presiding, . T. P, McKenna moved that acre allotments be given with the laborers' cottages in the scheme for 120 houses now being promoted iu the union. Thomas Carroll seconded the motion, which was carried unanimously. A woman named Kelly pleaded guilty at Longford Petty Sessions to a charge of stealing several articles, including two pairs of boots, some 'cloth, a fancy basket, a teapot, some artificial flowers and other articles, from different shops in the town, and was sentenced to one month's imprisonment with fjard labor in Sligo Ball-inasl- e, Bailie-boroug- Kennedy was at once conveyed to the barracks, where he died in a short time. An outrage has been committed on the Killyon national school-housabout four miles from Birr. No fewer than 010 separate panes of glass have been broken. ' The premises were seen by the police on patrol at 11 o'clock on the previous night, and they were then all right. Some of the neighbors say that they heard .the noise of glass breaking at about midnight. This is not the first time that this building has been attacked. At the quarterly meeting of the Cork County Council, J. J. Howard presiding, Thomas Scanlan, of Baudou, was n member on the motion of Mr. Crowley, of Dunmanway, seconded by Mr. Long, of Queeustown, iu the room of John Walsh, who had been unseated some months ago on petition. The election was made unanimously, as Mr. Griffin, of Ballinaice, a Labor candidate, who was proposed, was afterward withdrawn. Several disorderly scenes occurred at a meeting of the Portiiuma District Council on Tuesday. Three men came to protest against the selection of sites on their land A motion was for laborers' cottages. proposed to expel one of them named Walker, and on his refusing to leave there were loud cries to expel the "planter." Several rushes.were made to eject him by force. Eventually the motion was passed. The police appeared on the scene and Walker went out quietly. At the meeting of the District Council for the Roscommon division of the Ath-lon- e Union P. R. Kelly, solicitor for the Council, asked to be furnished with in structions for preparing the memorial for presentation to the Lord Lieutenant to have the Quarter Sessions for the rural district of the county held in Brideswell. After some discussion it was resolved to hold a special meeting on that day week for the purpose of rescinding the resolution previously passed in favor of holding the Quarter Sessions in Brideswell. The following resolution was unanimously adopted by the Mullingar Town Commissioners at their meeting on the motion of James Allen, seconded by Francis Stafford: "That we desire to record our hearty approval of the manly and patriotic action of the Westmeath County Council in asserting their rights as the people's representatives to the possession of the courthouse, and of their gallant effort to hoist thereupon the national flag of our country, and that we give them all the support in our power to continue their struggle." The Most Rev. Dr. Browning, Lord Bishop of Ossory, laid the foundation stone of the new church of St. Kieran on Sunday, the 8th itist. Special interest attached to the sacred functions of the day from the fact that the site is that of the mother church of Ossory, the first diocese formed iu Ireland. The revered parish priest, the Rev. Thomas Phelan, has been making a heroic effort to raise the required sum to start with the building of the new chuich, the old one, a relic of penal limes, having been condemned as dangerous to the lives of the people. The Rev. Father Hayden was '' the preacher at the ceremonials.' A cattle dealer named Thomas Dry sou, of Maghermore.reported to the police that he was robbed at Shanrea, near Limavady, of the sum of 73. Sergeant Stokes and Constable Robinson placed a man named Boyd under arrest. On Thursday morning a rumor was circulated that nn anonymous letter was found on the Roe bridge, which stated where the money would be got, and mentioned a Mrs. Campbell. The police at once interviewed Mrs. Campbell, who lives next door to Boyd, and she handed them a purse containing ,71, which, she stated, she had picked up that morning at the front of the house, between her door and Boyd's. The police then arrested Nancy Boyd, wife of the male prisoner, charging her with taking the lost purse knowing it to have been stolen. The prisoners were brought before Robert Douglas and remanded for eight days, bail being accepted for the female prisoner. e, ' d 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 read in the home of every in Kentucky and adjoining States. The Kentucky Irish American for the coming year will make features of Irish-American Irish News, Church News, Society News, Home News, Labor News, Sporting News. It Weekly Journal which is and mailed on Fridays, so that its printed . is a First-Clas- s 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 CENTRAL LABOR UNION And the Representatives Unions of Louisville. of the grades $$0$ The Subscription Price IS ONLY MISSION AT CLIFTON. The mission that will open at the Church of St. Francis of Rome next Sunday promises to be one of the most successful given in this city since the days of the great Father Lambert. The Jesuit fathers, Boarman and Magevney, will conduct the services, and all are incited to attend and make the mission. It will only last one week, closing on Sunday, October 29, and Father White is anxious that all take advantage of the S1 PER YEAR, opportunity. PRIEST MUSICIAN DEAD. Cool-mor- e, Rev. Father Charles Griss, for eight years pastor of St. Wendelin's Catholic church, Fostoria, O., died last week at the age of 04 years. He was a man of high attainments and an exceptional musician, being a fine performer on the violin, piano and pipe organ. Bishop Horstman, of Cleveland, recently presented him with a very fine old violin of great value. JAMES A. O'dORMAN'S RAPID RISE. Invariably in advance, and for this small sum we promise to continue to issue one of the brighest, cleanest, newsiest Irish American newspapers in the United States. We will endeavor to furnish our readers a fearless, liberal and honest publication one that may be relied upon for its every word. SUBSCRIBE NOW. Advertisers , James A. O'Gorman, who has been named for a seal on the New York Supreme Court bench by Richard Croker, is a young man with sharp blue eyes, a light brown beard and broad shoulders. A dozen years ago he was a stenographer in Merritt E. Sawyer. the office of He was a hard worker, studying law in his spare moments. O'.Gorman has a keen sense of humor, though he strikes the casual observer as being taciturn. He makes a capital political speech, is sincere, and never makes a promise unless he feels he can keep it. Like the shrewd fellow he is, he makes friends whenever he can and keeps them. He joined club after club, as fast as he could afford it. It is these qualities that brought him to the notice of Croker. For several years O'Gorman has been a Municipal Justice, first in the Thirteenth, and then in the He would have pre Tenth district. ferred the nomination for Surrogate, but is content wuu me piace on me siaie Air. Croker has given.hlm. O'Gorman is said to be the originator of the couplet that .was painted over the door of a club of linpecuniuus juuug iw ciuucnu; "While we live, we live in clover, For when we die, we die all over." 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. - ) t Address all Correspondence and Business Communi' cations to the V in i m WEST AH GREEN STREET. I I HIBERNIANS. What They LABOR WORLD. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Have Been Doing Notes and Gossip of the Week the Past Week General From All Parts of the Coutitry. News Notes. Dave Gorman will succeed President McGill. Regular monthly meeting of the Central Labor Union tomorrow. There will be several new unions rep; resented in the Central Labor Union tomorrow. Fifteen hundred house painters at Philadelphia went 5n a strike for the eight-hou- r day. The boycott on the Chicago News and Record has been indorsed by the Illinois Federation of Labor. The Cincinnati unions of the United Brewery Workers up to date have donated nearly $1 ,500 for the imprisoned miners and their families. All the iron and steel workers now employed in the two mills at New Albany have become members of the Amalgamated Association. Business Agent Thompson, of the Memphis Building. Trades Council, recently skipped out with all the surplus funds of the organization. Hereafter new unions becoming affil iated with the Illinois State Federation of Labor will have to pay an initiation fee of $o and one quarter's per capita in ad vance. The Illinois Stale Federation of Labor enters an earnest protest against the appointment of Judge .Paxton, of Pennsylvania, as a member of the Interstate Com merce Commission. A Building Trades Council was orga nized in Peoria lately, with the following trades represented: ...Steam fitters plum bers, bncklaycrs, stone cutters painters, stationary engineers, mill workers, tin ners, carpenters and brickniakers. Thos. O'Conner, of the plumbers, was elected President. Since the election of John Mitchell as President of the United Mine Workers of America, in January last, the increase has been almost phenomenal, nearly 40,000 new members having been install ed in that period. Mitchell is an aggres ;ive leader, and has distinguished himself by pushing into new fields and establishing locals in mining districts where heretofore they were unknown. The Miners' National Union now spreads over nearly every State between the Alleghan ies and the Pacific ocean, and in extend' ing its organization has accomplished greater results in a brief period than have ever been known in the history of the labor movement. John Mitchell is the youngest man ever elected to the office, being only in his thirtieth year. He is also Fourth Vice President of the Ameri can Federation of Labor. Notwithstand ing his youth his career as an official in various capacities in, the organization has been a long and useful one, and he pos sesses the unbounded confidence of the men in all parts of the country. FRANK FEHR BREWING The fair of Division 12 of Providence will open November 2, and great things are expected of it. The Hibernians of Rhode Island are preparing a great reception for President Keating in November. JJThe Hibernian Knights of Providence are doing good work for their bazar, which opens with a ball Thanksgiving eve. Division 1 of St. Paul held a largely attended open meeting Wednesday evening. There was an entertainment and a good programme. At the last meeting of Division 1 of Duluth twenty applications were received and referred as a result of the prize con-te- st now going on. Division 0 of Minneapolis anticipates lots of amusement and a pleasant evening at its grand ball and cake walk on the evening of November 9. Division 6 of Woonsocket, R. I., will open its fair November 24 with a parade, invitations having been issued to societies of the surrounding towns to take part. Division 2 of St. Paul will hold an open meeting for Hibernians and their eligible friends Tuesday evening. Several open meetings might be held here with good results. . OUR NEXT GOVERNOR. The annual convention of the Ladies' Auxiliaries of Norfolk county, Mass., was He Would Rather Be Right Than to Hold Any Office. jj held this month at Quincy. There are eighteen auxiliaries in that county, with a membership of 1,400. The County Hoard in Columbus, Ohio, NOT' IN A TRUST. UNION MADE. has decided to have a hall similar to the one in this city. The Ladies' Auxiliary will have charge of the care and decora tion of the new quarters. There are a number oi members of Divi sion 4, all in good standing, who have not attended a meeting for some time past that the regular attendants would SOMETHING GOOD. SOMETHING NEW. like to meet at the next meeting. Manufactured by LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WORKS. The Ladies' Auxiliary of Division 2 of , Minneapolis will next Thursday evening Made from selected Hurley Tobacco. The best Irish Whisky (Potheen) and introduce what it- n ft! promises to be a pleasant i iiavonng enter iniu lis couiposuiun. feature of its yearly work. That date will mark the division's fifth anniversary, and for the first time since its organization an entertainment will be given, the pro gramme embracing musical and literary numbers. The guests will include only the ladies of Division 2. INCORPORATKD. JOB.... PRINTING The Kentucky Irish American is prepared to do the best of Job Printing, such as 3 : X Attorney General LAWRENCE P. TANNBn of Daviess county. Auditor FRANK A. PASTEUR of Caldwell county. Treasurer-JOH- N C. DROKOB of Ken-tocounty. Sjcretary of State E. U HINES of Warren county. Superintendent nf Public Instruction REV. a. C. OVERSTREET of Spencer county. C6pmlss'iisr of Agriculture D. w. VANCBVEER of Lincoln county. n Offices. YOUNO BROWN ox Jefferson county. Lieutenant Governor P. P, JOHNSTON of Fayette county. Oovernor-JOH- State N LETTER HEADS NOTE HEADS BILL HEADS CARDS. ENVELOPES TICKETS' DODGERS All work executed promptly in Give Cfs first-clas- i I J 5 I style. I s HON. JOHN Y Your Order and J Help Us Groxu. I Per Eailroad Commissioner. XJlstrlct FLETCHER DEMFSEY of .louklns county. Beco.id District C. C. McCHORD of F.rst Washington county. Third Dlstrlct-- A. W. HAMILTON Montgomery county. of State Senator. Thirty-sevent- CHEW POTHEEN TOBACCO. LER. Forty-fourt- h District ROBERT TY KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 WEST GREEN ST. legislature. h h DIstrlct-DIstrlct-JODIstrlct-OEHN W. H. M. RAO-LAN- Forty-flftForty-sixtForty-sevent- LET-TERL- E. District JOHN TEVI8. District HENRY KRE-MEForty-nint- h DIstrlct-JA- S. P. REEDY. Fiftieth District SYLVESTER M'DON-OUGFifty-firDIstrlct-TH- OS. DREWRT. Forty-eight- h st h h O. M. GOETZ. KLEIDERER, 354 Fourth Avenue, Near Jefferson. Judge of City Court. JOHN M'CANN, maelstrate. 60. Aldermen. J. ROSS, LEN G, HERNDON DR. J. H. BUSCHE- MEYER, CHAS. J. CRONAN. M. DOERHOEFER, A. W. W. M CALL JOHN L. ORUBER, WEDE. CHAS. BYRNE, HECTOR B. DU- LANBT, THOS. SATTER WHITE, M. J. FORD. CHAS. G. HULS- - Suits and overcoats $25 and up. Miis just tccclvcd his THEATRICALS. "The White Slave," from the pen of Hartley Campbell, will be played at the Avenue all next week, beginning Sunday matinee. No American drama has con tinued so long before the public as "The Whiteslave." The piece possesses all the elements cf enduring popularity, namely, a probable story, told in lan guage which has a strong poetical flavor, a number of intensely dramatic situations, an abundance of fine comedy, quaint and witty, and a series of stage pictures of a realistic and thrilling nature. For the present season entirely new scenery has been provided and a number of yew mechanical and electrical effects have been introduced. The tour is under the personal direction of the Campbell-Cal- d well Amusement Company. Councilmen. First Ward-JO- HN BREWERS AND BOTTLERS, LOUISVILLE, ICY. THOMAS KEENAN. DoodKrui 1229 Keenan UNDERTAKERS, West Market Street, Bet. Twelfth and Thirteenth ' TI5LI5rII01VI5 1250-2- . All Calls Promptly Attended to, Day or Night. riages Furnished for All Occasions. Car- 1 MAIN-STREE- T INCOKPOKATED. BREWERY n "As merry as a cricket and twice as lucky" is what those who appreciate a good amusement say of Clark Brothers' Royal Burlcsquers, which comes to the Buckingham for a week's engagement commencing Sunday matinee. This com pany comprises a sextet of clever corned ians, twenty beautiful and bewitching girls, together with a grand array of all star specialities in the olio, all of whom will please the most exacting lover of this kind of amusement. The costumes are handsome, the scenic and electrical effects original and brilliant. In the olio Tenley and Simonds, the greatest of all living Irish mimics and who stand without a rival on the vaudeville stage, leave not an unmirthful minute. The entertainment concludes with one of the most humorous of burlesques yet devised, "The Female Politician," THE WEATHER MAN in which pretty and shapely girls in fetching costumes, clever comedians brimful of fun and two score sweet sing Prevented the Carrying Out of the ers give us one of the most entrancing Programme Thursfin de seicle skits created for amusement day Evening. and novejty. Irish-America- J. SULLIVAN and JOHN CRIBB1N. Second Ward FRANK SCHAEFER and J. H. OSTENDORF. TH DCST IS THC CH(PeST foooTrTreeginy, Third Ward JAMES J. ADAMS and JOSEPH H. GERNERT. "enmanpnip, Fourth Ward GEORGE DuSOUCHET and JOHN T. BOURKE. STiorThanci" i C. O. RUSSMAN and Fifth Ward-D- R. JAMES W. GARRISON. Sixth Ward JOHN C. MILLER and REUBEN JACOBS. eiegragnt. L. M'DONALD and Seventh Ward-E- D H. J. REEB. Eighth Ward-G- US WEHRLEY and T. fiend For G. DUNLAP. Ninth Ward JOHN G. M'ELLIOTT and (hlalcyut WILLIAM HECHT. BURKE and DR. Tenth Ward-MI- KE R. W. TAYLOR. BRYAN'S VISIT. Seven experienced teachers, each one a specialist in his line. Graduates of Eleventh Ward CHARLES FEENEY and CHARLES SHUCK. this college preferred by business houses. There are other schools than ours, but Ward-E- D. J. M'DONALD and none that can offer our facilities. Twelfth JOHN B. CAMPBELL. Listened to by Thousands at the Jockey School Trustees. Forty-Hft- h Dltrlct-- S. SNODORASS. TRAINING ' S? Club Race Track Wednesday Forty-sixt- h DIstrlct-D- R. F. W. RUBY. Forty-sevent- h HANCOCK District TAYLOR. Afternoon. Forty-eight- h District GARVIN COCHRAN. Fiftieth Dlstrlct-- E. W. GALVIN. Dlstrlct-JOBE- PH Fifty-firATKINThe visit of William Jennings Bryan, SON. the idol of Democracy, brought thousands Park Commissioners. LOUISVILLE, KY. THIRD AND MAIN STS., of strangers to Louisville Wednesday. M. MULDOON. During the afternoon he addressed one of JOHN DOERHOEFER. W. O. HEAD. the largest gatherings ever assembled on State Campaign Committee. -the Jockey Club grounds, after which he P. P. JOHNSTON, Chairman. left for Covington and Ohio. JOHN W. GREEN, JOHN C. DROEGE, The feature of the occasion was the UEO. MATT ADAMS E. P. MILLETT. Headquarters Equitable building, Louis219-22- 7 appearance here of the Cook County Marching Club, one, of the finest bodies NOVEMBER ELECTION. of men ever, seen on our streets, and embracing in its membership many of ChiWHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN cago's leading and high s. officials in the Ancient Order of While here they attended the Elks' carnival and created a most favorable impression, notwithstanding the -- COONEY. LAWLER- unjust as well as uncalled for criticisms DEA10CRATIC NOMINEE FOR of some of the too partisan newspapers. New Fall and Winter Importations. runonilu st ITALIAN SWISS WINE West Jefferson Street. COLONY CO., WHALLEN BROTHERS, Proprs., Hiber-bernian- LIQUORS KINDS. MULDOON, Toiopnotio aioo. OF KLLr,ouisvii,L,K, M. MURPHY, DKALKR icy. IN n PARK COMMISSIONER William MLAWLER'S A C5 II 1 JV. Winet. Liquors, Feed, Hay and Grain. J3. Cor. Srvtnteenth ami Portland Ava. ' n""""") OIIVT CIGAR. Manufactured at SUPERIOR LAGER BEER PORTER. IT'S PURE. LOUISVILLE, KY. 326 W. Greea St. For next week's attraction at the Tem ple Theater Col. Meffert announces perhaps the greatest treat ever offered the Louisville theater-goin- g public at popu lar prices. The play to be presented is entitled "An Enemy to the King," and embraces twenty- - seven characters, which will require a largely augmented com pany. The staging will be perfect, and the costumes, drapings, settings, etc., will be an exact reproduction of those at the Lyceum Theater in New York. The story is a graceful one of the days when chivalry flourished under leathern doub lets and feathered hats, when Henry of Navarre pitted his wits against the King of France and surrounded himself with a goodly number of sturdy sjvordsmen and a few rascals as well, One of his followers.Ernanton de Launay, while on a secret errand meets at a roadside inn au emissary of the King in the person of a beautiful young woman named Mile, de Varion, who has undertaken the mission in order to save her father from further punishment in the Castle Fl'eurier. To make his journey the more secure de Launay masquerades as a servant and makes his own lackey act as his master, which leads to many amusing and complicating situations. The young adnenturer, de Launay, and Mile, de Varion meet and fall la love through an odd occur rence, and then begins a series of thrilling, romantic situations that end only .with' ' the final curtain. Patterson HERE l YOU ARE FOR The weather man again interfered with the carrying out of the programme arranged for the celebration of Thursday at the carnival. There were thousands of present, Mackiu Council, Travelers' Protective Association and Red Men, but the grounds were damp and the weather too chilly for out-doexercises. The crowds accepted the disappointment declaring that when rain is again needed they will arrange for un celebration. It is probabe that some one of the societies will arrange for the carrying out of the programme at some future date, with new features added. Irish-Americay, Irish-America- n Democratic Nominee for Voted for by the city at large. PRESTON AND MARKET. t 4 cmnnu omuun ! HDTEFMHiLIEU CAFE AND RESTAURANT, 1207 West Main Street, Louisville. M. J. SWEENY, Prop. 221 THIRD AVE. TEMPLE THEATER. W. H. MEFFERT, MANAGER. Private Dining Rooms. Open Day and Night. Best of Wines and Cigars. MEFFERT STOCK -- COMPANY tic ri ir.pxioy k: oca. FOUR TO JOB PRINTING -- MSSU IN- 1 Hot LIH HIE, Seventh and St. Catherine. Special, uttention paid to orders for family use. CASTLETOWN. Matinee daily at 2:16. Night at 8:10. Popular Prices 10c, 15c, 25c, 35c and 50c. No higher. AN ENEMY TO THE KING. BIO ROUTE Indianapolis Peoria WINES,LIQU0RS AND CIGARS. Prank Fehr's Beer always on tap. The Magnificent Kjldare Man sion Purchased by an American. lurry YTCCk BUCKINGHAM Finut VaudtTllle Thwtre la America. SUNDAY MATINBE, CHICAGO AND AM, POINTS commbncino XitlBsti Sunday. Monday, OO tL. Wodaeday, Saturday nPT Ullli IN Imneh Day and flight. JOHN F. OBRTBL, BUTCHERTOWN BREWERY, CREAM COMMON BEER 1400-140- 4 Story Avenue, Wphonm 801. ,o LOUISVILLE, Eugene Kelly, of New York, has pur chased Castletown, 'Cminly Kildare, the awgnificaat oki mansion standing in a splendid park al present rented by Lord Cbifif Justice Sir Pater O'Brien, known in Ireland as "Peter the Packer," for his acb.ievetaeaU in packing jurist for the I1AKHR OP PINS trial of pruKMiere mtjUr Balfour's coercion , act. OuUetowu lias been inhabited by sev 1708 Seventh Street, eral famous Irish. officials and noblemen. The Wexford team have been declared It is in the midst of a lfiae hunting coun Wirt teariM ri Rqnlriag Utitly Done. winners of the FootbiU Cup presented by try and within n hour of Dublin, ? Archbishop Croke in 1AM. The cup and Bngeae Kelly, who ia expected to kaeo 0 At a meeting of the TulUmore Town medals will be awarded at the first meet- - up great styla Caere! take possession ComtnUuonera resolutions of sympathy KY. ing in November. this with the Boe were adopted. CLARK BROS.' Royal 0. Burlesquers. INDIANA and . . . MICHIGAN. . . BEST TERMINALS . . UNION DEPOT Corner Seventh St. and River. CITY TICKET OFFICE No. 218 Fourth Ave. Louisville, Ky. General Agent, E. G. MCCORMICK, Paw. Traf. Mgr., WARREN J. LYNCH, A. G, P. A., CINCINNATI. O. 1 CALLAHAN, Boots and Shoes . J. GATI58, ODORLESS VAULT CLEJWIN6. JOHN KTAKIVESY. Telephones i097i8ao. DkY WELL MOOUM. (Men to wll W