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Our watk iavMcriaf luce pair rtv Wf ric cafe Flrs4-ia- s Mb. Sc for and delivered. MAD. BABEY, 81 St. TckpNMK 2MI. iU VOLUME NO. 18. PRICE FIVE CENTS. part of Januarj at Laing's Nek. Colley regiwas supported by the Fifty-eigment, the Sixtieth Rifles and a naval reserve, 1,010 men in all. They were trained soldiers. Kruger and Joubcrt had 2,000 Dutch farmers, familiar with the rifle. The encounter cost Colley 109 men killed aud wounded, and they were picked off in five minutes' time. The Boere lost three. Colley retired to Hatley's Hotel, while the Boers wailed to the west of Majutui Hill. On the night of February 20 Colley thought to surprise his opponents. He led 700 of his men across the the plateau at the foot of Majuba Hill and then to the summit. He had parts of the Fifty-eigregiment, the Ninety-fourt- h Foot, the Sixtieth Rifles, the Ninety-secon- d (Gordon) Highlanders and a naval brigade. They carried three days' provisions and eighty rounds of animation each. Once on the summit they found there a cuplike depression surrounded by piles of stone. Into this they went, confident that they held the gateway to the Transvaal and that when reinforcements came they could easily descend upon their enemies and conquer. The morning- of the 27th came, and with it the knowledge to the Boers, 2,000 feet down the west approach to Majuba Hill, that the summit Was held by Englishmen. What did ht will be MicUeMerf four auctioneers having volunteered their service. This will prove a rare chance for the barg! hunters. During the evening Interesting talks Lftrjr Meeting of FrlcHtlK f the and valuable suggestion were made by I2ml or the Hottest Campaign Messrs. Thomas Mulligan, Dr. William Sisters ef the Gh4 Ever Meld In Franklin B. Dougherty, Edward J. O'Brien, Joseph Shepherd. Hubbuch, Kelt Curtin, Joe McGinn, Nic Count. Rosier, Thomas Tarpey, Charles R.tidy, Joe Nevin, Dr. Max Kble, John Baker the Mayw and City Officials Will and Joseph Vcttcf, which enlivened feel- Miss Johanna Noonan and iTolim proceedings and created the best of Participate In Opening to Marry Next T. llog-aing. The next general meeting will be held in St. Mary's Hall Monday night to Wednesday. Exercises. hear reports and complete the final arrangements. Presideut O'Brien, who has done extraordinary work already, hopes Xeil Ourtln and the LadlcB Will to see the largest attendance thus far Now Democratic Paper to Make1 Music Hall a Bower Appear in tho Very Near upon that evening. The names of the ladies who will preof Beauty. Future. side at the different tables and booths will be found in these columns in next week's issue. AND GOSSIP. PJtKSIDEKT O'BEIES'S EARNEST WORK SOCIETY An important meeting of the gentle- PERSONAL men interested in this bazar will be held this evening at the S itolll Club on Second street. Jwlgsd by the attendance and enthusSpecial Correspondence of the Kentucky Irish American.! iasm displayed at St. Mary's Hall MonTHEATRICALS. Frankfort. Nov. 3. Before another day evening, there is no longer any quesAmusement lovers of Louisville who issue of the Kentucky Irish American tion m to the success of the bazar to be appears the great political battle will at Music Hall for the benefit of the enjoy and appreciate a bright Wd entertainment will have ample opportunSlaters of the Good Shepherd. President Edward J. O'Brien occupied ity of gratifying their desires when the n famous "Tammany Tigers" appear at the the chair and displayed his executive ability in the transaction of the Buckingham the coming week. This has always enjoyed a vast amount of business that was before attraction the meeting for final action. His remarks first class reputation for its high standard upon taking the chair were of a pleasing of excellence and this season is no excepand encouraging nature, and aided in tion. Among the features of the enter-taimeis a laughable burlesque of Mrs. working the big audience up to a high degree of enthusiasm, after which he re Leslie Carter's great dramatic triumph quested all to listen carefully to the read- "Zaza" entitled "Sassy," in which Miss ing of the minutes and the reports in the Kitty Frances appears as "Sassy," the hands of Secretary John D. McDonough. ragtime soubrette. Another skit in which The reports from the different congre- the "Tigers" desport themselves is called gations that will have booths at the bazar "The King of the Hobo Ring." Manawere first called for, with gratifying re- ger Hill also presents a gennine novelty sponses from the ladies of St. Boniface, in Mile. Lulu, from the Theater Rouna-chc- r, Vienna. This.beautiful and shapely t. Sacred Heart, the Cathedral, St. Louis Bertrand, St Patrick's, Church of the young woman will present an novation Immaculate Conception and others, show- which she terms "Poses Plastique." CHARLES P. FEENEY, ing that interest is increasing and a The management will receive the elecfriendly rivalry exist as to which congre- tion returns Tuesday evening from all Presideut Board of Councllmcn, candidate for gation will make the best showing. The over the State and country, special wires will probably unite in having been arranged for, which will be have been fought and the victory won mailer parishes read from the stage. the part they may take. which will declare whether the people The decoration of the hall and arrange-ment- b "The Silver King,"which has grown in of Kentucky will be governed for the of the various booths will be under popularity each succeeding season since next four years by Senator William Gce-bthe supervision of Mr. Neil Curtin, Louis- - its production, will be the attraction preor Gen. William S. Taylor. That it sented by the Meffert Stock Company at has been one of the bitterest fights ever the Temple Theater next week It is a waged in this Commonwealth no one will fine melodrama, telling a simple but deny. Father has fought son and brother effective story. It deals with the human has been against brother, each fighting. TW emotions in a natural way and tutfe&k for their respective candidates. 1 MNMn ttVMKNI kMlJ1WaWaWW.laiJ hearty a Belief erMnt t Wilfred "and IGoeWwof the rights of the masses, claim that he Nellie Denver will be presented by Mr. Brophy and Miss Rodgers in a manner will win by 23,000 majority, ond on the that will rivet and absorb the attention other hand the supporters of Taylor preof all theatergoers. It will be mounted dict that his majority will not be less than with that care and taste which marks all 40,000. Only the fair count of the ballots on November 7 will decide to whom of the Temple's productions, and the attendance should be one of the largest the victory belongs. If Senator Goebel'a friends are as numerous and tried and of the season. true everywhere as here there would not The Hanlons, who have been success be the slightest doubt of his election by fully catering to the public for the past an overwhelming majority. Franklin twenty years, will be at the Avenue county will roll up a grand majority for Theater next week with their ever new Goebel and the whole ticket. Only a few "Supcrba," T'ds years's presentation lays more nnd the hottest oolilical battle includes the newest ideas in spetaele and that ever raged in the grand old State pantomime, with a full equipment of will be over, and the victor will have new and beautiful scenery, a number of won a hard fought contest and a well DR. J. W. FOWLHR, novel mechanical effects and illusions earned honor as Governor of Kentucky. Candidate for Park Commissioner. aud acrobatic feats. The new scenes The many friends of Michael Sullivan, introduced this season are said to be the father of James Sullivan, proprietor of vtlle' leading architect, and the ladies of most funny and will furnish much the Frankfort tanyard, will regret to the different congregations, which means amusement, keeping the audience con learn that he has been seriously ill for that Mwtic Hall will lie transformed Into vulsed with laughter, several weeks, and little hope is enter-Mine- d a bewr at beauty and loveliness turpasa- for his recovery. He is one of the lag anything ever before seeH In this MORE ABOUT PARKS. oldest Iriili'Americaus lu this city. city, A large number of Louisville's Colonel I). J. McNaumra, the well TSMst ckamliig and attractive young Kditor Kentucky Irish America h: preside hvdkx have already coiiKiited to The Impression seems to prevail among at the tables and booths, and (he pleasure sonic of the worklngmrii' orgaulutlQUi their company for one evening will that thn purchase of Central Park will wore than rciny we cost of a seaton not be of any particular lieuefit to lliclr class, Tliofte who can not afford cither ticket. Mayor Weaver and the Board of Aider the lime or noHcy uercuary to a vMt to mm, who hd been invited to be jirmiit tho faraway parks can nidy go to Cen and U4t part Im the owning exercises on Ira) J'ark wi'hout any any ajwsyi Ifetf tvwistfof tfovtmbcr H. tent letter The IV rk CommliJoiieri Jmv encourage) and jfcetMlf the IhvIUHuh iiJ im uk of Irtat J'srk by the (.hlldre;i of Ue working GRAND BAZAR. e, te FRANKFORT. I have not the com it of the happy young people to make ptaMi c the dny and date, MAJUBA HILL. Famous Victory by Which tho Uoers Drove Out tho Engl tali. DAVITT Scores Great Britain and the MoiiHtrous Action of the Parliament. Declares Door Successes Throw New Lig-h- t on Homo Itttle for Ireland. Condemns Irish Nationalists for Deserting the Cause of Km; or Was Then, an Now, at tho Front With His Army. Graphic Description of tho Battle by an American Correspondent. MICHAEL DdERHOEFER, JEM to the Board of Candidate for Alderjnen COLLEY SHOT IN THE HEAD. tho Republics. DNSCRDPULOUS ENEMY OF LIBERTY. up-to-d- well-know- nt el I will have to wait: until some future issue to make the imayment. Dr. Paul Weitzel. ef Lexinriton. snent Sunday last with rebilives in this city. Miss Deborah Parker left Wednesday last for Louisville, where she has accepted an excellentf position as stenographer, j Miss Katie Parkerlreturned to college at Lexington last weak. Col. Thomas Gill spent one day last business week in this 1' with pleasure. Mr. and Mrs. Patrick O'Brien spent Sunday last in Versailles. The handsome residence of II. F. Lutkcmeier, the welhknown druggist, is neariug completion 'Jind will be ready for occupancy about November 15. It Js one of the prettiest residences in the city. A new paper will make its appearance in Frankfort about (November 15. Jts political policy will be Democratic and it will assist to a great jextent in building up Frankfort and advancing the interests of its citizens and the city itself, filling a ' long felt want. The forty hours' devotion will open at the Church of the Good Shepherd No vember 14 and continue two days. Several visiting clergy will assfot the pastor. Thursday night orilast veek Lambert Council entertained, at cards, and dancing. About a dozen temples attended as special guests and sfimt a very pleasant evening with those .nonces of entertain- cityf-jpnibiui- The victory of the Boers at Majuba 1881, which" drove the English out of the Transvaal' and later forced England to recognize and to agree to a treaty with the Boer Government, will Hill in they do? An English officer looking down from his rocky perch into their camp saw them loading their tents, and supplies into wagons. As fast as a wagon was filled it started down a trail into the interior of the land. Thus, if defeated in what he proposed to do, the Boer had made safe his supplies and could retreat to provisions. All that morning the Boers loaded their wagons and the horses and oxen drew them away. "They are retreating I" cried an enthusiastic Englishman on the summit. The "soldiery broke into cheers Merry songs rang through the camp and there was rejoicing over the easy victory. Majuba Hill had been taken without the loss of n man. But just at- noon the last of the Boer wagons disappeared from camp, and then n singular change came over the Boer officers and men, whe were in plain sight of the English. ' They sud denly caught up their swords and guns and started on a stiff climb up the frightful west front of Majuba Hill, right into the hands of the enemy. Thoy came up like mountain goats pursued by the hunter. Leaping from rock to rock, they managed to always keep their bodies in shelter.. Little 'target .did; they; , PflL' .... w 5W GEORGE GOETZ Candidate for the Legislature. prove interesting at this time. The crest of Majuba Hill, that eternal rock at the gateway to the Transvaal, was red with English blood at midday February 27, 1881. English soldiery, Foot, of the men of the Ninety-fourt- h Fifty-eigregiment, of the Sixteenth Rifles, fled like leaves before the whirl- ht Michael Davitt, who last week resigned his seat in the British Parliament has given out the following statement setting forth his reasons for that action: "My resignation from Parliament is prompted by three reasons closely related to each other. I have spoken in the House of this war with the Boers as 'organized infamy.' This is what the civilized world, outside of the jingoes, will call it. "But the House of Commons approves this war, supplies the money for its prosecution and indorses the criminal policy which led up to it. The only protest still left to me to make against this monstrous action of the British Parliament is to cease to be a member of it. "Secondly I feel most strongly about of the Nationalist the members in the House during the fight for the Transvaal's cause. To combat the selfish ferocity of the jingo war policy were left only Dillon and three or four more of us, with an average backing of thirty. In division our colleagues remained in the lobbies. This is a disgrace to the popular representatives of Ireland, men. Some of who number eighty-on- e h the absentees are known to be and opposed to the Boers in this war, I shall do my best, now that I am again a free man, to hunt these supporters of LCItZSKSiit nmeu mtei ' J JOHN CRII1BONS, Candidate for Councilman. ers, the Y, M. I. boys. Many dellgljtful entertainments will be given by tills pop-ulorganization during the winter D. J. M. months, SECOND ANNUAL MALL ur tnv, x mm hand wwi Mx, J 4m Wwretl frp(UJ that o Jarjpt atttMttff ttf IMMMUHMiiHi WOM tHM) IXfH The various committees of the Hiber nian Knights orchard at work arranging the final details for their second annual ball, which takes place at New Licder kranz Hall on Monday evening, Novem ber 20. The Knight have o reputation second to none at entertainers, and they proKc to surpass till previous cllorts ujki this occasion. The company will meet with Cant. lot Ilreeu touluht to hear rcorti, nnd all pre urged to be pres. cut, The proceeds will iw men 10 tie fray the expemtes incident to the pll trilmsi'e to Boston, aud Uicre should be a largo sale of tlokvta, hat they may be pOMiiwie snowutg. able to make the ever the flag of the empire had advanced stumbled over each other in agony of by the assault of the feur, terror-stricke- n Dutchmen of the South African republic. From the line of the sea to the summit of Majuba Hill is nearly 7,000 feet. Two thousand feet below the summit is a rough plateau. The entrance to the Transvaal country the one military route to the heart of Boerland is by way of this plateau underneath the shadow of Majuba, through Laing's Nek to the fertile pasturage of the valleys beyond. Sir George Pomeroy Colley knew this in 1881; the Right Honorable Joseph Chamberlain knows it now, In 1881 no railroad entered this region. One traverses it now, but In the event of war it would undoubtedly be quickly rendered useless. The trails are nnrrow nnd rocky. The slopes are of a precipitous nature. It is not a region for the deployment or troops and the giving of battle with men face to face. On the contrary, it Is n retreat for the sharpshooter, the planner of ambush-e- s, the solitary marksman who rightly placed may hold o company in check. the battle and when the dead were examined that they had been shot through the head, the best evidence in the world of fine mnrkmanship. nreu, aim ine- - Jan. lu was Iaitrf, mum, aei pm wffttwttUHjt mi w muy Vh4 ( H Hny jJaMty omn t4 ft ukM fur I Mr JHM Mv om-wkit kave Mf an by Im n4 no rsftHW) Mn mv1 Muh) lUau hi UhW 'r''S TPB ly n Win ikw "apajijsajf T A urtfttv w4dlHa! Umk place H the hUrtritd Ilttart cMwuk Ykursday Rvrnfutf l jtig I i ill f at vtt4 J u iJk h L tyiw t.i T aJ kM HAM JAMuC,(W,jmiVJ OM4Mh) Um fji lh Mfd nH P"aJ trV -r if'P r lrfllwHi ib m, rmwmt ..fit. wan rv. KH hh HHty(iaate, Tlw britk. WaMi VMM 1 vmm wmtmmw u JfT.. ... H m kw at IhH Much has been written of that won derful charge of the Army of the Ten- uessce up the face of Lookout Mount ain. Tliat was a sheltered front. Mad juba Hill is and bald-faceIt is a rearing, forbidding rock. This noon in February long ago fire ran along the lips of its summit, fire from English guns passing harmlessly over the assailants. Fire ran up its sides from the guns of the Boer, aud death met the blaze at the hill crest. In less than an hour twenty office and 2CQ privates of the English forces were dead. Those that were not killed surrendered or ran away. The white flag replaced the English colors, while the Boer, standing on the uppermost point of Majuba, triumphantly said : "This is my laud." Just an hour aud this was done a charge up a mountain front 2,000 feet in height, a slaughter of men intrenched back ol natural wans, a mud lllglit, a Dutch victory of which nny army of the world might have been proud, bwiney. was dead, and of the Ninety-fourtHarrison, Elliott, Austratlier, Mlllett, Dcane, Poole, R. R. Kingston, Corn- wallls, Maude, Greer, aud Inuiuii, Eng lish officers of heroic mold, offered up for Eiigluh love of laud and gold and the right pf might to make might rigid. Colley himself, the latt to leave Ma juba Hill, turned to note the advauco of the Horn end fell snot through we neaii, Tho victory wis so complete that from Wet ;iay to Wis ((ngiim gun nave not Ijceii iranifMi on noer Hrongnomi, bald-heade- WILLIAM PATTERSON, to the Board of Candidate for Aldermen. British Infamy out of their Irish constitu- encics. "Thirdly I am convinced that It is a waste of time nnd energy for me to remain in the House appealing for justice to an assembly that is dominated by money and lust for conquest, England is now the most unscrupulous enemy of liberty among the civilized nations. Het money and her callous commerce art poisoning the wells of liberty alt over the world, It was England's example and influence that induced the United Statea to do In the Philippines what England Is now doing in Africa. Apart from thla war against the Dutch race in South Africa, English forces have slaughtered thousands upon thousand of natlvM in the regions of the Soudan, the Niger, in Sierra Leone, Coomassle, Uga4 awl during the seven years I hav been in tho flout, Vo me all this ja murder nnd robbery on a iciile of s, tiisgulltide aud for th bwwat Jt has been iloim hypoeritiwlly, profrMliiH the urioe oi clvlHMijtM and hunianUy, which the Dovll HmmU would Im (uhamcti to muhi uH4r mw ulrintiuilsiict'i. itU inyislf this qiwllej Jf two IlltU nthn llko the Transvaal ud Mm Orang I'f" HUtrt with a umMmi wjpultui Uu itiitu that of Km ltw i'h)o, rati ultallOHKO KngllK!' tMify m Nwt mmt oh in Hod or KnglUli idinmoiiwhvwiHduuriri, ai lh Kxr did both t Ihuvk nt Hlsad JtMlfi lUrl Jh of KmjUh4 willi thv wAm 4vw It during IM ee&m itl, I h ta Vm in My, n handful wtaph-KiiMmi )ruh I Mr Hhl for f4pvwdiHl al mo-tiye- J iJijaylye Mm Lif.llifT'f'IITf ujAU ijJ ajj F'PW,w''fTT ai ftintii! f U PPB Irt yTWPfj ail iJ!ilii vara jaV fkumt Hlut I r aJt i hwmt iintJii Jt til faTr 1 Ji.n fll I'll lW iU tMak a? f aaarn jJ ffj ufLAUJ' asj isn,! m laTaf IjliXJLtt M( 144 sr rAi anT ku sJi imnii illjB I PFrr Uta) aiimmt. 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DEMOCRATIC TICKET. f pSCr-ab- The Outtandera, who were the object of England's solicitude, do not seem to appreciate her kindness, Devoted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all I risk Americans. since it is reported there are 35,000 of them in the Boer army which Mr. and Mrs. Basil Doerhoefer and has been thrashing her Majesty's daughter spent the" past week in Washington. SINGLE COPY, 5c. troops in the past few weeks. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, ONB DOLLAR PER YEAR. w v How Are fffri o A Chinese mob assaulted and irtr New Haven, was here on a brief visit jured several French soldiers in a this week. TmffrPrffrr' aVfc fa AWiwjall Conamalcallonstothe KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, 326 West Qreea Street town in Southern China, which Trinity Council will give another of its means that unless John Chinaman enjoyable euchre and dance parties Wednesday evening. makes prompt and satisfactory apolX If they need attention there is no better place to ogy and remuneration his pig tail Miss Lanning, of Wilkesbarre, was the charming guest this week of Mrs. Miller, have them fixed than at the State Offices. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4. 1899. will be pulled some more by Johnnie 1931 Brook street. tOUISVIXIyE, KY Opvernor-JOYOUNG BROWN or Jefferuon county. Crapau aud the Bear. Lieutenant Governor P. P. JOHNSTON James McGrath, who has been visiting Fayette county. WARNING. his sisters in Jeffersonville, returned to ofAttorney General men and some not so good, but our LAWRENCE P. Ed Tiemey, of the Bocrd of St. Louis Monday. TANNER of Daviess county. readers in casting their votes can Safety, has added to his reputation A. PASTEUR of Caldwell county. The Kentucky Irish American safely take the following under conMrs. S. W. McGill, of Nashville, is Treasurer DROEGE of Kenand popularity by the part he took visiting her mother, Mrs. D. T. McGill, ton county. JOHN C Secretary of State E. L. KINES of warns its readers and- the public sideration: Warren county. in formulating and having issued 108 East Broadway.- " Superintendent of Publlo Instruction STATU SUNATOR. that anonymous type written cirthe order for the guidance of the Mrs. Mike Campbell, of Jeffersonville, REV, O. C. OVERSTREET of Spencer county. Robert Tyler, John Barret. Commissioner Agriculture police on election day.- It is not has been spending the week visiting rela VANDEVEER ofofLincoln county.D. VV. culars, assailing certain candidates I,1JGISI,ATURB. tives in Aurora, Ind, For Railroad Commissioner. generally known, but it is true that George M. Goetz, and representing them connected Joseph Seng, Right Next to Avcmio Theater. DEMPSEY Henry Kremer, Jobn M, Tevis, Miss Florence Carpenter returned home ofFirst many of the offensive acts and orHopkins county. society, have James P. Reedy, Syl. McDonough. with the three-lettSecond Dlstrlct-- C. C. McCHORD of Tuesday, after spending several weeks ders of the board in the past were with Mis3 Washington county. Their prices are the lowest, work the best, and JUDGK CITV COURT. Eva Quigley. Third Dlstrlct-- A. W. HAMILTON of been sent broadcast over this disMontgomery county. without his approval. Whatever Squire John McCann. all guaranteed. They will treat yon right. Miss Mary Willis, of Frankfort, was State Senator. The statetrict and elsewhere. may be charged against the board, this AI.DBRMKN. week the guest of the Misses District (Third, Fourth, REMEMBER THE PLACE: Fifth, Sixth and Seventh wards) ROBMr. Tierney has so conducted himin Jeffersonville. ments made therein are false and Charles J. Cronan, William Patterson, ERT TYLER, Doorkeeper Kentucky A. J. Ross, Len G. Herndon, self as to be able to show a general Misses Ada and Nellie McEwan have W. J. O'Hearn, malicious, calculated to injure in- M. Doerhoefer, Legislature. alibi. returned to Frankfort after an enjoyable John h. Gruber, James C. Gilbert. h DIstrlct-- W. H. nocent people. Those who receive Charles Byrne, visit with relatives here. Clias. G. Hulsewedc, Forty-fiftX FOURTH H. SENG. The withdrawal of Davitt, RedHector B. Dulaney, M. J. Ford, District (Second and Third them should take positive steps to Dennis Crowley, Miss Holt, of Frankfort, has arrived in wards) G. M. GOETZ, president StoneDr. R. B. Gilbert. mond and O'Brien from Parliament cutters' union. .to several District JOHN M. TEresent the insult and presumption Thos. Satterwhite, Humphrey Knecht. to avoid expulsion, the resort to the the city spend Carroll. weeks with her VIS. sister, Mrs. A. J. COUNCIXMEN. District (Sixth and on their ignorance and credulity. wards) HENRY aKREMER, cloture to suppress opposition and J. W. O'Neill, the well known commerJohn Cribbins, John J. Sullivan, District (Eighth and Ninth force through the necessary acts of cial traveler, spent several days at West KTards) Geo. DeSouchet, James J. Adams, JAMES P. REEDY, attorney-at-taBaden springs last week. Reuben Jacobs, John T. Bourke, Parliament to uphold and carry out TUESDAY'S ELECTION. Fiftieth District (Tenth Dr. C. G. Russman, Perry Farnsley, M'DONOUGH. Miss Beatrice Collins has returned from the British policy in the Transvaal, Flfty-llr(Eleventh and District Tuesday will close the most Ed. L. McDonald, Charles Gay, Netft Twelfth wards) THOMAS DRBWRY. while it shows that the war advo- Taylorsville, where she was the guest of T. G. Dunlap, Gus Weltrley, Judge City Court. her brother, Jerry Collins. bitter and hardest fought political John McElliott, Frank McGrath, cates controlled Parliament, also in 'SQUIRE JOHN M'CANN. W. Taylor, Mike Burke, campaign in Kentucky's history. Dr. R. Aldermen. dicates that the opposition was Miss Mary Gans returned to her home Charles Feeney, John B. Campbell, in Oweusboro Tuesday, after a pleasant A. J. ROSS, fane;:y grocery. Whatever its result, the State will Marion Miller, and stronger than has been visit with relatives in this city. T. J. O'Bryan, earnest LEN G. HBRND ON, commission mer- chant. C. E. Shepard, and John J. Toomey, be benefited by the shake-u- p conceded. Theu, the immediate DR. J. H. BUSCHEMEYER, practlclnr Mr. George Welsh, of Danville, gave a physician. Joseph H. Gernert. thorough discussion of her affairs Frank. Schafer, proroguing of Parliament after the delightful matinee' party to twelve young CHARLES J. CRONAN, druggist. MISS KATE SMITH, Lady Assistant and Embalmer. SCHOOL TRUSTHKS. M. DOERHOEFER, National Tobacco company, bv the rival parties. At the outset John E. Bell, passage of the war measures inti- lady debutantes Tuesday afternoon. F. V. Ruby, W. W. M'CALL, fancy groceries. Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice. JOHN L. GRUBER, wholesale butcher the Kentucky Irish American an Hancock Taylor, Gavin Cochran, mates that the Government was Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tracey, of New and grocer. George F. Roser, S. E. COR. EIGHTH AND JEFFERSON STS. nounced it would take no partisan Robert Cochran, anxious to avert any further public York, who have 'been visiting friends CHARLES G. HULSEWEDE, attorney-at-laDr. R, E. Galvin. J. M. Chatterson, here, left yesterday; for New Albany. CHARLES BYRNE, stock uhlpper. TELEPHONE 810. part in the controversy, as all had II. H. ajoore, attoFney-at- discussion of its policy. The tone HECTOR B. DULANEY, J. B. Atkinson. ISlIllSllSIlillllllilSZZiilllSSlSlXjESXIlMlllIIIlIlIZSli were entitled to their political Misses Emma Perry and Annie Smith and THOMAS SATTERWHITE, bookkeeper. PARK COMMISSIONERS. of the press, now that disaster has M. J. FORD, real estate. left this week for Greensburg, after views and would have ample dis- John Doerhoefer, Dr. J. V. Fowler, fallen on the troops in Africa, is spending several days with friends here. Councilmen. cussion and enlightenment on such George T. Wood, Morris Belknap. N J. SULLIVAN, merFirst not such as emanates from an apMiss Anna C. Hughes returned home chant; JOHN CRIBBIN, grocery and speakers and organs issues from the proving people, and the Ministry, last Tuesday evening after visiting friends Second Ward FRANK SCHAEFER, THEY'RE FOR GOEBEL. of the respective parties. We have 1 having forced by stringent rules in Philadelphia and, other Eastern cities, carpenter and builder; J. H. millwright. J. ADAMS, manThird Some time ago we were told by a Parliamentary sanction, must face commended or criticised candidates, Mrs. James Hopkins and daughter ager Consolidated BUI Posting company; i H. GEBNET. marblo cutter. DESIGNERS AND BUILDERS OF regardless of politics, several times prominent gentleman that William a growing popular disapproval. returned to Hopkinyille yesterday, after JOSEPH Ward GEORGE D. DUSOU- Fourth CHET, president Barkeepers' union; a pleasant visit witVJtfrs. Sarah Kennedy, juiiiN x. auuii.ti.ta, as we thought they deserved. We Goebel, candidate for Governor, if ironmomuer. ITALIAN MARBLE, AMERICAN AND SCOTCH GRANITE C. O. RUSSMAN, pracFifth Ward-The astrologists who teach thatpolitical, ax to grind, and- not a member of, was at least in Miss Katie HizaMS has returned to her ticing physician; PERRY FARNSLEY, bdB the ,affairss,of "men'ahdfate . of this home. imMil lersrsr. after a. pleasant editor. Ward JOHN C. MILLER. At. Sixth yfs'frwita-afKsrTirfbfeTJJJT ,Jtnrtifv - Bt,law; REUBEN JACOBS, dry v eooqs Hnn nouons. no matter which political party tri- meat against me JLrisu ana uatno fglbbeare controlled byUhe'posItioS" ville. L. M'DONALD, Seventh Ward-E- D. DR. T. F. BERRY. umphs on Tuesday. During the lies, and that the organization would and movement of the planets, and Eighth Ward-GWBHRLEY, bar- Miss dunlap. mercnant. campaign, however, the traits of in due time advocate and urge his on this basis prophesy as to the spend Sadie Cecil, of Danville, will ner: t. 0.Ward-JOG. M'ELLIOTT, I Ninth the next three weeks here as the Artistic Work Only Solicited. Workshops and Studios, Carrara, Italy. 1'iiAnn. The evidence as to the future, are calling attention to dire guest of her sister, Mrs. Lemuel Mc saioonisi; Ward-D- R. lucuit a i jri.TAYLOR, character and sentiment of various election. Tenth R. w. practlolng physician; MIKE BURKE, candidates have been developed, not first part of this assertion is not calamities to happen as the result Henry. real estate. j WAREROOMS, 322 to 328 WEST GREEN STREET. Eleventh Ward CHARLES FEENEY, a few showing hostility to our peo sufficient to verify the charge of the solar eclipse and the antics of Mrs, Andrew Casey, of Nashville, was roreman ruauonni Tooacco wonts aj b, DARRAGH. B. CAMPBELL. pie, others indiffereifce and some though Mr. Goebel' s recent Gerff an the planet Neptune on and follow a visitor here We'dnesday. She was ao Twelfth Ward JOHN company; JOHN companied by her sister, Miss Walker, of Kentucky Wall Plaster 11. tSUA.NL, kindly feel speech at Turner's Hall contained ing December 2. The United States Hartford. their appreciation and School Trustees. sentiments which doubtless met the is to have local storms, landslides; iug, District (First wardWOHN Miss Mattie Belle Bryan will come from (S.Forty-fift- h UKLb. Gov. John. Young Brown, who approval of those who favor pro tidal waves aud a few earthquake Covington Monday- to spend the month District (Second and Third Of England the astrolog of November with her cousin, Miss Cath wards) DR, T, W. nUBY, practlclntr began his political life opposing scription, but the latter part of the shocks. physician. HANCOCK District ft g pro gentleman's assertion has been fully ical seers who read the stars say enne Cox. and denouncing COCX- IN h Misses Mamie Day nnd Bettie McGrew RAN. scription, though assailed by his verified in the past few days, as "More than likely it will profound District (Eighth and Ninth ly affect the strained relations at have returned to their home in Taylors - those politicians, who; opponents, is the same liberal' ville, after a delightful visit with friends Wlftleth DIsfHet B3. W. GAIV1N. Flfty-flrATKTK- - ft PH minded, able and honorable gentle- since they lost conttol, prestige and present existing between the Boers in this city. ., 10N. Park Commissioners. man, with a record of public service even recognition with the Repub and the English authorities, while Miss Julia Baird left for Washington M. MULDOON. Good Liquors a Specialty. Fifteen Ball Pool. it is almost certain that the fer- Wednesday evening, after spending sev of which all Kentuckians are proud, lican party, have nude pretenses, JOHN TIOKRHOBIFER eral days with Mrs. Sarah Kennedy, 222 inthough they may disagree with him claims and threats of their purposes menting misunderstanding will East Chetsnul street. M. HICKEY, PROPRIETOR. ing position in society circles. Mr. Fra to use their 'steen thousand votes, volve nations that are now compolitically. Casper Hammer has returned from ney is connected with the placently watching the situation. Gen. William S. Taylor, Repub have at last found an abiding place West Baden, where he held several con Iron Company. Thev left after the cere Telephone 384. 248 West Jefferson Street. lican candidate for Governor, is a aud recognition with the Goebel Not unlikely England will emerge ferences with Presideat Dreyfus, Secre' mony on an extended wedding trip, and aiai will be at home to their friends after Nofrom the great contest humiliated tary Pulliam and John T. Brush. lawyer of recognized ability, and as committee, aud pledge themselves vember 18 at Ohio Falls, where they will no charges affecting his character to work, with all their friends, for and defeated and her overbearing Misses Sadie and Irene Logan, two make their future residence. JO HINT 15. PRANK, avarice shall once for all place her charming young ladies of Bradley's Sta made in this hot cam his election. have been Miss Katie Ash, of Teffersonville, and tion, are visiting here this week as the Since they lost control of the Re among the secondary powers.". paigu, it is fair to assume he is a Thomas Mullaney were married Monday guests of Mr. and .Mrs. H. G. Magg. afternoon at Sa. Charles' church. publican committee, and in spite of The decent sort of man. 0A1NINQ NEW MEMBERS. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Fleming, of bride is a niece of Mrs. Joseph Flaherty. their fake rivalcommittee and boast Wc have criticised Senator Will Hopkinsville, who have been visiting and very popular in Teffersonville. The The two local Carpenters' Unions are Mrs. Sarah Kennedy, Um Gocbel, the candidate of the ed strength and influence, failed to East Chestnut groom is well known here and his host of 812 and 814; GLAY STREET. receiving large additions to their ranks. street, left for tbeir home yesterday. friends extend their congratulations. "regular" Democrats, not because force that party to recognize, nomi Union 214 met Saturday night and Union Telephone 209-LOUTS VTlJR.7 KY.. . of his politics, but because of his nate or appoint auy of them to 203 Monday night at Beck's Hall, where Ed Proctor, tfce- popular barber, i3 Miss Gertie Werner, a most accotn Busitwenty applicants receiving the congratulations of his plislied young lady and popular in Ger acts and utterances in the campaign, office, they have held meetings, ness Agent Dletz were admitted. is greatly encouraged friends on account of the arrival of a lit man social circles, was married to John resoluted and proclaimed about a with the outlook and will soon announce tie tonsorial artM M his house the past Hartlauf, of Indianapolis, at (he Church His promiscuous ami uncalled-fo- r of the, Immaculate Conception Tuesday denunciation of men honored and "full ticket that would sweep the a Mri of opcM meetings in the interests week. a of the Brotherhood of Carpenters ami morning. After the wedding breakfast respMCttd by the people; his insin city," until the public ignored them Joiners, The proceedings were ealiveiwd Miasea Maywc'elbKr, Lily Procto: they left for the Indiana capital, where mtimm, epithets and threats against as ridiculous. Their ticket did not by h address by Charles E. Shepbtrd, and Vinnie Cooper kft last Thursday they will aiake their future home. aiorniug on a iHtttnur expedition to Wal ytnttanen, known and respected as materialize, the Republicans turned President of the Allied Printing Trades nut Hills, Imliaoa, where during their Council, which was well received, The rite3 of matrimony were solemniz ecta, simply because they do not them down, the Brown Democrats May they will be tbc gueats of Mr. and ed between Thomas P. Mullaney aud VEROffl A SOCIALS, Mrs. D. G. Stewart. Katherine Ash last Monday aftcrrwan seem to favor hiseleclloji; his proven spumed them, but they seem to East Jefferson St. treachery and slander of his friends have been welcomed by the Goebel The VeroMi Socials have been reor-- Thomas IHma U one the happiest at St. Charles Borromeo's church. Rev fl.GO HaaUed for the cowing season, and will men in Litrkk, A lovely girl baby Father Raffo officiating. The bride is a and supporters; hb bringing to his Democracy, niece of Mr. aud Mrs. Flaherty, of Jeffer- Horses and Vehicles to hire at nil hours, at reasonable rates. give their fin hop atwl reception at Nor-t- o has been adde4 to hu hoitaehold, at 1125 D, W, Holmes, George Ferguson aonville, aud is quite popular in the' support, as a result of his mysteriHall, Ninth a ad Vroadway, oil Thur Seventh siraat. Dnajii'e the numbr TELEPHONE U40. ( society of that town, while the groom, is ous mowtuents in this, city tost ami their patriotic brethren are ac- day aveMhttf, November 19, for which a callitig to tcudw potajratulatipna, mother a tnoktar in the employ of the Louisville Mfgc HUMtbr of tnvlUtiotM have len and child are doing well, notorious cordingly announced under a big wsrtk, of jaywc of tins it Nashville railroad here and kaa a Jioet km. Tboe cowpomhk m club are I utterly heading in th Courier-JournA. P A, s, show Mm to MiaaKade S,atnn fetitarUineil the of frknda who wih him luck iu his as Joyce, W. Wbaten, X. Doyle, J, ntetfimoniitl venture. After the ceremony , the unfit Mt ttt Chief Rxcwtiv of disgusted with the Republican party Jfcvjan, C. Hwtw-- J. Joyr, J. DttgaM, mewbera of nawtylAtjuinaa Union with tbc young couple left 011 a trip to Cincin on Halloween nliritt. W. Doyk a 13 I,. Gwaaey. TImm maaotwradc th Male, Hsiteviu hh, w cm ud enthusiastic for Ooefeel, having jHMtutf gtt(lttt MMMk a test (4 frtatda aiciMa; waa iadoad In aatU uiiduight. nati and the Eaat, On their return they not rfMM frm annouueiug it to already organised in the Klthth iaat ywr, aH ef km wilt h gi4 to wkw tnc gveafea M joatiee to a houutf-- will b at home to their friend at Ti(repeat wMok itsad been apraed tor teettfb aad Kapie If tHey vo4 U ward t negro dub, all enthusuuttk imr tawt Ih clb wli conllnuc 1U our rttirf. JOLLY BACHELOR MRU. Who kirn, they do to with their eytN or Goebel. Aaaeog the uaww of I8UKT AA&K EA1L Mim Ami Kajlf estartaioad a parly Itrvtatfiotw have been iasoed for the an- the "averts" pttfatfadud In the wide opt, tad hy ottly the Two handsome .Emblems of the Ancient Order of Prof, a4 Ufa, ttowd Ham laud in. f bar frieadc IfalWees night at the tact daooe of th Jolly Bachelor Otrte' wdi CMriarJsrtJt! am many known to slf to tftita im botoa of her aiatarlaw, Mia, John' J. Club, which takea place at the raaidence m.' Vm A Vitt T will. K a ura vitatiou for a tWc maak ball to I two to ooslroi Um aiairs of Um kaw bean tppikuiU for iocnJ, cott. giyoN 4 ibdr daneiug acadamy, Ubrary MOratk, Uim Xelty euUrUlaed ike of Mr. Tbonaa Keettan, I2S3 Waat Mar-kparty with several jroeai aoloa, with piano American to th members receiving the highest numn aireet, Monday aveniitf. Th girl ThoM ty, fMata, Federal or any old office Kll, on 77uakglvltij fciuue dvvu bava ttrovnu vry auSoyakW; acconipaitnaat by MA. O'Brien, which comprlaing tbia club are the, jollieat Of ber of votes, theae coupons only to be used for ballots. ?hr are, tfwyft good wen m or job for awveral years, foiling to and an tkcti clawos arc larger &u facill-tia- were wall race vad. the jolly, and their jurisdiction extendi , over toe entire city. AU that is required tw (oeUl tkkt; in no way re obtalu auy office with the Hepubiic-mmbatttr 1UU mdwiu than var bafnro Tb iBatriace (filum UMrim Gold bach ibey aw now ethudaaiic for than i ho totit4 tm tkat Uwn wbo n- - aa4 Alfred 9mm mm wlawctoed at tbc in procure admiavaton ia an invitation nnd lot bt (twits, m siwuid fi&KuAU twtnty'Avo oenta. Youna aentletaen In fan MMliliinttftsj bfflMftb m tM 9mkbm riwywwdflir U the a Flittered Second-Clas- at the Loulsvlllo Pontofflco as s Matter. N. A. Rapier, l&ng merchant of Your Teeth? HN Audltor-PRA- NIC - - Louisville Dental Parlors, I 544 FOURTH ST., - DIstrlct-rFLETCH- er fe Thirty-sevent- h Ben-at- e. Forty-fourt- RAG-LAN- D. LfOmsville Dental Parlors, h Dlstrlct-JOSE- PH Forty-sixt- h ST. Forty-seven- th mm Forty-eight- h Sev-fln- tn Forty-nint- h TER st Gran W.Smith's Sons Funeral Directors And Embalmers.. w. Ward-COH- ea-loo- n. OSTEN-DOR- F, MuldoonMonumentGompanu i Ward-JAM- ES - Dr. to'ha'TirTfTT---nVTtrrrrrir-r- Ai - US HN ! - Forty-sixt- h orty-soven- th Kuow-Nothin- - Porty-elcht- DUtrict-OAV- Forty-nint- h PARADISE! SAMPLE ROOM. J. dark-lanter- n st Dlstrlct-JOSE- Todd-Doniga- u Clay5treet Brewery, 2. WALTERS'- - HENRY C. LAUER, Iff ISleotrlo Horse Oliijriwa I s 111 Per Head. wt al - M Htt tet. EMBLEM CONTEST! t--A Is the Most Popular Hibernian? lipf tf Ur-tof- a af . ,. . c.; enkr .. x&vJ f . . on the Firt Line, Dtviaiao en the decond. 1) 11 " - .....,. i,...,. REPUBLICAN CITY TICKET POLICE JUDGE: Capt. R. M. Buckley. SCHOOL TBUSTEES : : COUNCILMEN FIRST WARD: R. M. Cunningham, H. G. Browning. SECOND WARD: : COUNCILMEN: SEVENTH WARD: PARK COMMISSIONBES Robert C. Kinkead, Morris B. Belknap, Julius Wanner, ,E. F. auerman, Gus Gareis, Gus C. Rietze, A. Marcus, D. W. Capito, P. M. McDonald, ,H. H. Moore, 45th District. 46th District. 47th District. 48th District. 49th District. 50th District. 5tst District. 'Theodore Ahrens, Jr., A. J. Brandies. EIGHTH WARD: C. B. 9 George T. Wood. Henry Bachmann, Jacob Edinger. THIRD WARD: H. C. Buchanan, . Blakey, H. J. Conen. NINTH WARD: F. M. Grinstead, , ALDERMEN Charles T. Ballard, STATE SENATE: : 37th District, John Barret, Louisville. Robert Donahue. FOURTH WARD. Theophilus Stern, William Bradford. TFNTH WARD: "Dr. C. I. Groves, A. M. Ramsay. Charles Bohmer, P. Booker Reed, W. G. Munn, LEGISLATURE : John A. Stratton, Thomas H. Rubel, 44th District, J. G. Strong, Jefferson Co. 45th District, Dr. John A. Stafford, Louisville. 46th District, R. W.Watson, Louisville. 47th District, J. R. Kelday, Louisville. 48th District, Mark H. Heissman, Louisville. 49th District, W. M. Hail, Louisville. 50th District, G. D.R. Aikin, Louisville. 51st District, Sam Lucas, LQuisville. Andrew Vogt. FIFTH WARD: ELEVENTH WARD: Dr. DuprS, Jacob Reisch. C. F. John Ryans, Ernest Colston, Dr. F. H. Hart, J. George Langolf, Tljeophile Conrad, Herman Ohman. J. D. Wright, John T. Babbitt. SIXTH WARD: Dr. J. H. Wheeler, W. A. Meriwether. TWELFTH WARD: C. J. Comstock, C. E. Shepard. THE EMPORIUM, 423 W. JEFFEES01T ST., Just Below Fourth. Call and look over our line of Christmas THE RElffl TICKET. Presents, Euchre Prizes. Imported China Dinner Sets from $6.98 to $40. Silver Knives and Forks as low as $2.98. HIGGINS & DtG RAW. GRAND BAZAR To be given for the benefit of the For Governor, WILLIAM S. TAYLOR, Of Butler County. For Lieutenant Governor, JOHN MARSHALL, Of Louisville. Sisters of the Good Shepherd, Eighth St., For Secretary of State, CALEB POWERS, Of Knox County, MUSIC HALL, COMMENCING For Attorney General, Tuesday, Nov. And continuing; eleven days. No soliciting during these hours. 14 4 CLIFTON J. PRATT, Of Hopkins County. For Auditor, REV. JOHN S. SWEENEY, Of Bourbon County. For Treasurer, , Admission, 10c; Season Tickets, 25c. WALTER R. DAY, Of Breathitt County. Business Men's Dinner from 12 to 2 O'clock For Superintendent Instruction, JOHN BURKE, Of Campbell County. For Commissioner of Agriculture, FRANK FEHR BREWING INCORPOnATED. 60. CAPT. J. W. THROCKMORTON, Of Fayette County. For Railroad Commissioners, CAPT. H. S. IRWIN, Second District. JOHN C. WOOD, Third District. M; D. Lawler, first' class GROCERY AND SALOON, N. W. Cor. NIaeteenth and Duncan. Fine Lunch and Music Saturday Nignt. BREWERS AND BOTTLERS. DANIEL DOUGHERTY. THOMAS KEENAN. sBHIbI Dougherty KUMINNIMNHtNNMI II & Keenan, UNDERTAKERS, 1229 Went Market Street, Bet. Twelfth end Thirteenth All Calls Promptly Attended, to. Day or Night. Carriages Furnished for All Oocanionst JOHN F. OBRTBL, BREWERY, BOTCHERT " OVSJN CREAM COMMON BEER 14004404 Story Avenue, TetephotMi 801. , UiVlBMLKh, KY interested in The poor are fed daily at the convent, and one departGod of Nations!. God of Justicel ment carefully fostered is the bestowal of God of Liberty and Light! charity upon the reduced nobility whose Guard the gallant Dutch republic pride will not permit them to seek asFrom the curse of England's might. INCORPOEATED. sistance. The Lady Abbess succeeded a In the coming tide of battle, short time ago in affiliating her founda When the British cannons roar, MAIN-STREE- T Nerve the right arms of its burghers, tion in Rome with St. Andrew's University, Edinburgh. One of her principal Bless their banner evermore. objects in visiting the United States was For they fight a fight 'for freedom, to form a similar connection with the Fight for hearths and homes they love, Catholic University of America. Her Fight the sacred cause of Justice, of American institutions is verv Place their trust loThee above. great and sincerely and naturally ex- God of battles bless their banner, AND presseaj. bae was much impressed with tt Air ot scholastic culture at George Crush the moneyed might of'EnglandJ1 town university ana of tlie quiet, courteGained through centuries of wrong. ous demeanor of public officers in every KY. And on, yea sons of Erin, place she visited. Her praise of railroad By the blood your fathers shed, officials is peculiarly agreeable, because Strike another blow fbr freedom, so little is said of these pains-takinWave the green flag o'er the red. courteous men. We in this country are Crush and trample on the Saxon; so accustomed to these civilities in travelHarkl I hear that Irish band, ing that we take them for granted as a With their ringing battle slogan, matter of course, seldom taking time to God save Ireland! Save the Rand! Seventh, give a few favorable comments so richly St. Catherine. deserved by this class of public servants. The Lady Abbess holds the highest digS nity attainable by a woman in the Catholic church. She wears the plain black Frank Fehr's Beer always on tap. Special attention paid to habit of the Benedictines, the oldest orders for family use. order in the church. She is about forty Prof. A. H. Sayce, archaeological ex years aristocratic and refined. plorer and professor of assynology in Oxford, England, after thirty years spent In. spile of all that Is said and written, in deciphering the ancient hieroglyphics of Eastern lands, is visiting the United the tongue of slander will wag till the JOHN P. KELLY States and was interviewed a lew days end of time. Wherever vacuity exists MANUFACTURER OF DEALERS IN since in New Yotk. He described briefly tnere gossip ana vulgarity, the parents of the immense libraries lately unearthed in detraction, reign. Many of the ought-to-b- e gentler sex, whose time could easily Egypt, Babylonia, etc., and at Tello, in South Chaldea, a French explorer dis. be filled with helping the tired ones of covered a library which was found three labor and toil, mending or making clothA SUPERIOR or four centuries before Abraham. The ing for the destitute who are only too " libraries are formed of clay books lying many ana trom wnose hours of idleness 1207 West Main Street, Louisville. on shelves, containing records that throw nothing good ever comes, would improve Seventeenth and Bank Streets, light on many of the books of the Old themselves and would learn to see much Testament, especially that of the Penta Rood where now thev see but little If nnv. Special attention given to BIG He shows conclusively that this Heloint? the sewine clnss far Mm naricf, teuch. latter belongs to the Mosaic age, and sees poor would be a wonderful improvement family orders, and goods de TO no reason to doubt .that it is the composi- io suung ai one-- window by the hour livered to all parts of the tion of Moses himself. But the most stannu in idleness at nassersbv. or wnrcp Valuable archaeological discovery of the sun, maicing unjust comments, perhaps, city last quarter of a century from a biblical on one's neighbors across the way. point of view has been that of the Tel-a- lAmarna cuneiform tablets. At last the skirt is doomed to disappear and the graceful CAFE AMD RESTAURANT, The immense air ship which will be one takes its place. This is the latest AND AM, JOINTS IN completed in a few days, the invention of dictum of fashion. Also the trailing skirt Count Van Zeppelin, of the German win soon, it lasnion plates read correctly. 221 THIRD AVE. army, is built of aluminum, the lightest be a dream of the past. To those figures Private Dining Rooms. Open Day and ... of metals. There are 2,000 cylinders, who resemble nothing so much as a baby Nigut. Best ot Wines ana Cigars. holding sixteen cubic feet of hydro- in loner skirts the neat walking lencth TTOr,TriTHONHJ 663. each .. .. gen gas, so that there wilt be about 0 ought to come as a relief. Though troubleUNION DEPOT cubic feet of gee in the whole ship. some the long skirt has been at times, it Comer Seventh St. and River. BROWN LEGHORNS. It is admitted by all scientists that the grace aiong wuu it. CITY TICKET OFFICE lifting power of this 'much hydrogen gas No. 218 Fourth Ave. Average 200 eggs a year. Eggs for will be ten tons. The weight of the . listening "D cents eacu. Two cockerels The action of the Countess Castellan. for sale cheap; whole ship will be only iour tons. The General Agent, Louisville, Kv. outer covering of the ship will be entirely nee Miss Anna Gould, in Duttin? off her E. G. MCCORMICK, Pass. Traf. Mgr., CHAS. D. JACQUES, f. With the Mfe and intelligent yacht the beautiful and distinguished WARREN J. LYNCH, A. G. P. A. construction of thi,.ew air ship, the Mrs. Austin Lee. the social laW rJ 2422 St. Xavier. fashionable Paris, is lwinc unfavnrahlv world is about to etiterapou a new epoch. Besides being a new weapon of war, it is commented on by many .Eastern journals. will be seen by the passerby and remind TABLET TO BE ERECTED. expected to be the i perfected balloon When the Princess of Wales was annoyed him of the bravery nnd patriotism of this which will carry u . wiia the greatest by the attention which her titled better. The people of Youghal are taking steps Irish priest. Two humble auaihrn nf ease from temperate to terrid clirae, from half bestowed on soother woman she ab to commemorate an exceptionally mel- the Society of United Irishmen Charles the regions of Lsbrsffor to the arid plat- rupt')' but quietly betook, herself home ancholy incident iu the rebellion one O'Neill and Chailes Gallagher perished eaus of Asia, ud aafce the most inac- and left Mr. Albert to enjoy his newly- - hundred years ago. The Rev. Peter on the scaffold in Youehal. and theae cessible points of the compass as easily found trpiir. Thus alio rJaUinl th- - O'Neill, who was parish priest of brave fellows it is also proposed to honor all true reached as New York or Mty other of our sympathy ofrudeness women. Moral: was flogged in the corner of the by a memorial tablet. The memory Temper and instead of winning important centers. town known as the Ball Alley, because he of the past is dear to the people of friends lose them, was supposed to have been possessed of Youcbal, and from it thev draw itutrr. The Lady Abbess of 8t. Benedict's, some important secret connected with a ive lessons for the future. "CALLED AWA." Rome; is nuW trafelbsg through taw crime committed in that locality, He We have at last our new nitrmwatc6 United States, making, note of its educa The CeciUsb Dramatic Club, which is knew nothing about U, but even if he system, and if the men are equal to the tional and religious features. 8he is the perhaps the beet amateur dramatic organ- possessed the secret it was his privilege new regimental uniform we shall have a daughter of Sir Robert Pynseut, the, head isation, in this city, will present the conceat it as a priest. But those who n to decided improvement, old order of f one of tle in out illustrious Catholic and pleasing play, "Called Away," were carrying out British jtyranny in Ire tutngs, says s wmerick;- - correspondent. families of Crest Britain. After assuming at the Bijou Theater oq Wednesday even- land, sought to extort a confession from police-likis aspect about the tle religious garb. Lfedy Pynseut was se- ing, November 29, tor the benefit of the the heoric priest and committed this There a Mackiii Council home fund. Tickets for inhuman act of scourging. It is proposed uniforms which jnay not please certain lected by Cardinal Manning to go to fastidious tastes, but it it withal a smart perfononee are now on sale snd a Rome and foue tW Qftjwetoi of St. the i haedsone ram should be realised to aid to cotumemorate that t vent by the tree-tl- a riff. The old Rnhin Rnn1 Benedict. The ce&tral the young men of tn West Bad in their memorial tsbSei on the weU- - been dispensed wjtfa aad short staves arc-of aifrl mA I j iJt mtgbi a point wbe WAR S0NQ. English-speakin- g people literary work or research. 1 I'll BREWERY LAGER BEER DfYD IT'S PURE. LOUISVILLE, and I CHAFF, WINES,LIQU3RS AND CIGARS. Hot Lkcmeh Day of-ag- and Slight: k JOHN D. COONEY MLAWLER'S Groceries, Vegetables, Produce. II Fresh Meats, CIGAR. FOUR ROUTE s "eel-tigh- t" mm M. RICHELIEU Indianapolis Peoria box-plait- J. SWEENY, Prop. CHICAGO 32,-00- INDIANA and MICHIGAN. BEST TERMINALS J. GAOPEJ, fire-proo- Bally-macod- a, well-know- on-th- e e, obietit n i. DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES E E E E E E E State Senator Thirty-sevent- h Judge .of City Court JOHN McCANN. - For Councilman ' . District First Ward For Councilman Ninth Ward ROBERT TYLER. JOHN J. SULLIVAN, JOHN CRIBBINS. Second Ward JOHN G. McELLIOTt, FRANK McGRATH. Tenth War- d- For LegislatureForty-fourt- h For Alderman A. District District j. ROSS,' FRANK SCHAFER, J. H. OSTENDORF. Third Ward DR. R. W. TAYLOR, MIKE BURKE. Eleventh Ward Forty-fift- h LEN G. HERNDON, JAMES J. ADAMS, JOSEPH H. GERNERT. Fourth Ward GEO. G. DeSOUCHET, JOHN T. BOURKE. Fifth Ward DR. C. G. RUSSMAN, JOSEPH SENG.. District GEO. M. GOETZ. District h JOHN M. TEVIS. Forty-eight- h District Forty-sixt- h DR. J. II. BUSCHEMEYER, CHARLES J. CRONAN, M. DOERHOEFER, CHARLES FEENEY, AL B. DARRAGH. Twelfth Ward 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 JOHN B. CAMPBELL, JOHN M. BLAND. Forty-sevent- W. W. McCALL, E E E PERRY FARNSLEY. Sixth Ward School Trustee . HENRY KREMER. Forty-nint- h JOHN L. GRUBER, CHAS. G. HULSEWEDE, Forty-fift- h District JOHN C. MILLER, Seventh Ward JOHN E. BELL. Forty-sixt- h District REUBEN JACOBS. District 1 E E JAMES P. REEDY. Fiftieth District CHARLES BYRNE, HECTOR B. DULANEY, THOS. SATTERWHITE, M. F. W. RUBY. Forty-sevent- ed l. Mcdonald, h District SYLVESTER McDONOUGII. Fifty-first District THOMAS DREWRY. J. FORD. Eighth Ward GUS WEHRLEY, T. G. DUNLAP. dr. t. f. berry. HANCOCK TAYLOR. Forty-eigt- h District GAVIN COCHRAN. Forty-nint- h District ROBERT COCHRAN. rjE The most economical government compatible with efficient administration; home material in the. construction of public works and the patronage of home industry in all the city's purchases; organized labor on all public works; the independence ot the Council as a branch of the municipal government; now wasted high the abolition of unnecessary offices and the expenditure of moneythe lowest taxinrate salaries fore that will sinecures for the construction of substantial public improvements; for the legitimate expense of an economically administered government. pro-vid- FAVOR OUR PLATFORM: . ; . THE MAYOR For his treachery to his party; for his violation of the pledges upon which he was entrusted with power; for his support of a foreign monopoly in a contest with a Kentucky product; for discrimination against local rock quarries for an inferior product, in which one of his pet Aldermen is interested; for compromising the taxes of rich corporations and enforcing all claims to the last penny against helpless widows; for combining with Republicans to remove Democrats, and for discharging Democrats because they dared to be loyal to their party principles; for discrimination against organized labor and home industry; for his reckless prostitution of the appointing power to the service of hfs own political purposes, and for false promises of situations in the police and fire" departments and other branches of the public service for .the purpose of deluding the voters. 3 3 WE OPPOSE) Unnecessary taxation and the waste of the people's money in unnecessary offices to be distributed manner of extravagance a amonc the relatives of the Mayor and favorites of of political rim?; all by the patronage of the in pubthe City Council Mayor's lic expenditures; the corruption and intimidation office1 the discrimination against home products and the purchase of supplies to control votes in the Council- - the violation of the law by which Aldermen and Councilmen secure contracts for public works n'nd for furnishing city supplies. J I 1 3 Siiiuuiuiuimiumiuummmm .HJJBJEJPIAvtS. V " William A. O. IX. Pawon TsiBnnniBnniannnnnnnnnn What They Have Been Doing Democratic Nominee for JOB PRINT DIVISION 1 the Past iVeck General Meets on the Second and Fourth TuesNews Notes. day Evenings of Each Month. President Thomas Keenan. Vice President Tim J. Sullivan. Division 4 of Medford, Mass., had a Recording Secretary Thomas J. Dolan smoke talk in its new hall .last Sunday Financial Secretary Feter Cusick, 132 afternoon. v Twentieth street. Treasurer John Mulloy. The annual fair of Division 6 of Providence will he opened ffovembet 24 with DIVISION 2 ii grand ball. Meets on the Second and Fourth ThursThe annual ball of Division 28 was held day Evenings of Each Month. in the Town Hall of Revere, Mass., President William T. Median. Vice President Thomas Cam field. Thursday evening. Recording Secretary John Mooney. Division 5 of Providence has comFinancial Secretary JolmT. Keaney, menced making arrangements for a fair 1335 Rogers street. to be held in February. Treasurer Owen Keiren. There were no meetings of divisions DIVISION 3 the first three days of this week, they Meets on the First and Third Wednesday being the fifth in the juonth. Evenings af Each Month. Drills arc held Sunday mornings by President Patrick T. Sullivan. many of the companies of Hibernian Vice President Phil Cavanaugh. Recording Secretary JohnCavanaugh. Knights throughout the Eastern States. Financial Secretary N. J. Sheridan, Charles McBride, of Division 1 of St. 2018 Lytle street. Paul, was presented with a Treasurer George J. Butler. gold piece for bringing in new members. DIVISION 4 The Hibernians of Providence are lookM.eets on the Second aud Fouth Wednes- ing forward to the visit of Hons. Daniel day Evenings of Each Month. Tallon and John Redmond, who are tourPresident John II, Hennessy. ing in behalf of the Parnell monument Vice President Thomas Lynch. 5ecordingJ Secretary John J. Grogan, fund, Secretary George Flahiff, The Hibernians of Paul are making 420 East Gray street. , arrangements for celebrating the anniTreasurer Harry Brady, versary of the Manchester martyrs, Allen, Larkin and O'Brien, on the evening of DIVISION 0 . I Meets on the First and Third Tuesday November 23. Evenings of Each Month Another division has been added to the OUR NEXT GOVERNOR. President Frank G. Cunningham. number in Boston, "making now sixty-nin- e Vice President D. J. Tierney He Would Rather Be Right Than to Hold Any Office in that county. It was instituted in Recording Secretary li. J. Mackey. Financial Secretary J. J, Curran, 616 Hibernian Hall two weeks ago by County Thirteenth street. President Cronin and staff. Treasurer M. J. McCarthy. The resolutions of sympathy with tha Boers adopted by the Hibernians of Minn., have caused a few Anglo-maniato become very indignant and TO BE GIVEN BY their actions are extremely ridiculous. The "Forty-five- " party given by Dijjj 232 FOURTH AYE. vision 2 of Syracuse last week was the most enjoyable ever held by the Hibernians of that cky. The hall was not large enough to accommodate the invited guests. S 8 An important step has just bees taken Complete Line by Division 6 of Geedner, Mase., that of organizing a military company within its .' . CORNER SIXTH AND WAIyNUT STREETS. own ranks. Already forty-fou- r me have been enrolled and arrangements are being 1 made for the purchase of uniforms and side arms. The company will drill assidNOT IN A TRUST. UNION MADE. uously during thejwinter months with the hope of being in a condition as good as the best to participate iu the monster parade in Boston in connection with the nAKER op pwe national conyeotkn next May. The twentieth anniversary of Division 1 of Minneapolis 4U)be celebrated Frid-da- y 1708 Seventh Street, ' SOMETHING NEW. evening, November 10, at, Labor SOMETHING GOOD. Wtfk iurMiiMl iri Rt?iirfi Ntttly Temple. The occasion will be a notable by LOUISVILLE T0BAOCC WORKS. one in Hibernian annals of that city. In c MY SPECIALTY IS PINB WHISKY. Mnoe from selected Burley Tobacco. The beat Irish Whisky ( Potheen) and vitation have been aent to. members of " fi flavoring enter into its composition". 3 the order th the State to par ticlpate in toe tion. The address of the tvetttng fee by William H. KENTUCKY umMWie, be music! nd IRISH AMERICAN, ten-doll- ar J AJl for by 0E city atM I large. Voted the TEMPLE THEATER. W. H. MEFFERT, MANAGER. sr biih MEFFERT STOCK COMPANY Matinee daily at 2:15. Night at 8:16. Popular Prices 10c, 15c, 25c, 35c and 50c. No higher. TELEPHONE i IN IMMIIilfJllirttlJ 1 1 9 III 53. In America. BUCKINGHAM Flneit Vaudeville Theatre SUNDAY MATINEE, WEEK NOV, 5. Hatlneet Sunday, Monday, Wednesday, Satnrda" That Ever Sumptuous Frivolity, KLEIDERER, 354 Fourth Avenue, Near Jefferson. TAMMANY TIGERS, Presenting the Dope Craze The King ot the Hobo King. See the Satire entitled "Sassy," and Mile Lulu in Poses Plastique. Will be received by special wire KIvECTIOX rsiS'TUXUVS Tuesday. Suits and overcoats $25 and ud. Has just received bis HON. JOHN YOJUNG BROWN, T.J, WT New Fall and Winter Importations. .feo ok7re eg in $ THl BCST tS THE CHEAPEST I SECOND ANNUAL BALL Walsh Tailor, the I n Du-lut- h, 1 62 $7ior7hanC i 81 jfrndlor (klahauc Seven experienced teachers, each one a specialist in his line. Graduates of thiscollege preferred by business houses. There are other schools than onrs, but none that can offer our facilities. NEW LIEDERKRANZ HALL, mi I cs Eighth. St. 8Md Highland and Baxter AvenHes. HI MMWi, ' JC&utfivilli?JGf. 0 I Examine 2ktOTXVY NIGH1 NOV. 3Q, CHEW Fall I . Coffee and Banana, per gal Almond and "Macaroon, per gal , . . .fl.00 $1.00 to f 1.25 Bisque and Tuttifrutti .$1.00 Bricks and Euchre. , . 86c Sherbets awl Ices' 60c Sweet Creani......,,.,. Vanilla and Lemon, per gal Fruits and Chocolates, per gal ........ 65c 75c ITALIAN-SWIS,75c S 219-22- 7 WINE West Jefferson Street. COLONY AND RETAIL DEALERS IN CO., WHALLEN BROTHERS, WHOLESALE Proprs., J Suitings. All kinds of Fine Cakes made and. Candy Pairings to' order. served on short notice. POJHEEN TOBACCO. 0. J. CALLAHAN, P1SI1I1 A specialty. MILK IKD It is the purest and best. W LIQUORS OP KLL KINDS, XvOuivijorw, icy. TiXfiox aioo. V ww THonniiotu t w avw I TRAINING w Boots and Shoes TalayifitBB if44 ami SMS. large orders. MaiMfeturl tat. if4r8uecial rales to hotels, dealers and c THIRD AND MAIN STS., .LOUIVIUK, KY, JIM MOORE'S PLACE M. MURPHY, DKAUtR IN mm 4 mm f H88E YOU ABE VOR I ooorless vault JO If at KAMIfV. mm, mm