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Our werk ia hue cartaiea at 29c a pair give entire satlsfacttoa. Wark caMee fer aa4 delivered. Flric(aaa lHeerlt imr serke. MAD. BABEY, 625 ea St. Tekp4se 2631. Sec- -' VOLUME III. NO. 20. PRICE FIVE CENTS. 1885, when gold the British empire and he was bora in Cahir, Tipperary, The next booth is what is called the Ireland. He was brought to this country was discovered at JattMweburg. White City and is in charge of the ladies as a child by his father, who settled in The simple truth k the real grievof St. Louis Scrtrand'a congregation, Hartford, Conn., and earned his living as ance of England gi8rt the Boers is not presided over by Mrs. John McCann. As a day laborer. The boy showed evidence that they are illitcr4i$ stolid mid white is indicative of the Dominican this depossessed but that the Transvaal contains OiMjiiM tlio for tlio Sisters order, these ladies acted wisely in se EhkHsIi Greed, Treachery, Hy- tht richest gold minesgiH the world, and T nlkfi of tlio Benefits of Woman that he as he grew a voice nnd remark- Mrs. Hugh Higgins Was of tbo older into a veloped lecting white and using evergreens and Old School of Good CathSuffrage as Exorcised in pocrisy, Cowardice and of tlio Good Shepherd ably fine bass. miners, capAgiMsts and speculatj English He had learned the car morning-glorie- s for their decorations. . olic Women. Shiini Valor. frclnnd. penter's trade and added to his small inors want to control Hem. Whenever a Tuesday. They have an elegant dining room, in come by singing nt the oldest place of weak or feeble powwttas anything that which dinner, supper and lunch will be I England wants and reuses to surrender, Roman Catholic worship in Hartford, St. served during.thc bazar, and it is need less to say that the inner man will be Bullies Weak Nations, But Sub- ' that is of itself "cia belli," and the On Local Government Questions Patrick's church. He afterward became Large Funeral Gives Evidence Anlnint-LMtiide Hall Presents an plunder, robbery aiw.txtortion that fol member of the choir at a Congrega well cared for, as meals will be prepared of the Esteem In Which mits to Itebuko From Havo Equal Rights "With ed Scenes of Youth and tional church in Hartford, and while low an always in the Merest of civiliza by one of the finest French cooks in the . Strong-She Was Held. voice attracted the attention of tlio tlio Men. tion. In this consecrated name she built there his Bcanty. city. Adjoining the dining room, in un the Indian einrjire.lay a series of in one of the wealthiest women in the conis a variety chnrge of the same ladies, gregation. Foley was a temperate, inconceivable barharitit whose horrors as booth, which will contain some very comes Has Plundered and Driven the narrated in the wphe8 of- Burke and Entire Community Is Richer dustrious young man and seemed likely Her Son Celebrated the Requiem and fancy Then Alt (ho Churches Havo Booths-Din- ner valuableSt, Bridgid's,articles. certainly dis Hastings will forevsfi shock the conto repay any effort at developing his which that of Mass at tbo Funeral Boers in Africa .for Over and Better as a Result talents. On the advice of the organist of science of mankind. Ueon the same ore- for Merchants great patriotism, as it is decorated plays church, thia wealthy woman con tense she forced the fatous opium traffic Obsequies. the Fifty Years. Thereof. in red, white and blue, with the stars Served Dnilj". tributed a large sum to the fund raised on China, and is no engaged in dis and stripes floating above. This booth is by the congregation to send Foley to membering that ancwit domain to ad presided over by Miss Mary Barrett, nnd Europe to cultivate his voice. He went vance civilization and, at the same time there will be some very handsome articles REYIEW. secure control of the AMERICAN'S A GENUINE CONTINUE ALL NEXT WEEK, displayed. TjflL Sez canal and pro- FIFTEEN THOUSAND YOTE IN DUBLIN to Italy, studied in Naples under Bisaccia GREAT MANY PRIESTS WERE PRESENT and made his debut in Catania in 1862, tect patent land holders. She bombarded The next two are of the Cathedral par with a success that justified the generosAlexandria nnd burned it in the night. ish, and are in charge of Mrs. Charles ity of the Americans who made his musi England is the bully) and ruffian and Smith. The first booth will contain arti Mrs. Hugh Higgins, who died last Mayor Tallon, of Dublin, wno is on a cal education possible. The situation in South Africa is an coward among nations! She never fights The bazar for the benefit of the Sisters cles of almost every description, while the peace conferlecture tour in.this country with John E. ironical commentary on of the Good Shepherd had a most auspl suc week iu Syracuse, N. Y was the mother He sang iu the Italian cities with a r, the second will be the popj ence at the Hague and the proposal of her equals or on equal terms. Redmond, gives some interesting in cess which brought him in a few years to of William M. Higgius, of the Kentucky clous opening nt Music Hall Tuesday She never tenders arl ultimatum to the and candy stand. Tliesc booms arc deco the Czar for the disarmament of nations. on the new Iri3h local govern formation Irish American. The following notice evening. There was a large attendance rated in white, with festooning of cedar Before the wax on the seal of the creden strong. With them she negotiates and meut act and its remarkable provisions the Theater des Italiens in Paris. In of her life nnd death is taken from the of friends of the institution present when and ribbon. 18G5 he made his first appearance in Loncompromises and dickers and squirms Syracuse Catholic Sun: extending the right of suffrage to women tials of her delegates was cold England Mayor Charles P. Weaver was introduced 5 don, where he was destined to spend so In the rear of the hall is a very large was deliberately and wantonly forcing a and yields. la hardly any country of the world have much of his subsequent career, He sang A noble and thotoughlv Christian bv President Edward J. O'Brien, who She claims to have been the conqueror booth decorated in green and white, and nuarrel uoou President Kruger on a women tne extensive voting pnvilege spoke of the noble work done by the Sis in "Les Huguenots" Catholic woman is lost to this community there first Saint-Bri- z it is needless for us to say that this is St. trumped-u- p and baseless pretense for the , ' .. . . ,lflfl they have in Ireland by the of Hugh Higgius, who On all local gov tew. His remarks were well received and firf ftn and was heard during the same season in died death Mrs. Hospital on Monday Patrick's, presided over by Mrs. John nurnose of (lestrovinc the indeoeudence i: " ..! ernmcnt questions women have an equal at St. Joseph's won for him many new friends. The i i Flauto Magico" and "Der Freisch- not been for her Prussian allies would "II Slack. This is called the Box Booth and of the Transvaal republic. Having suc- it afternoon after an illness of a few weeks. right of suffrage with men. Mayor's address was responded to by He immediately became a Loudon with thousands of boxes con ceeded in forming an ultimatum, she is have been defeated at Waterloo. Mrs. Higgins was one of the old school "The local Irish government act, 1898, uts.' of St. Louts Bertram! it is laden Rev. Father Logan, Kite foupht Russia In the Crimea with favorite, and that always means a longer taining articles of various description. now assembling an army greater than the the help of the French; but give her a which came into operation on January term of popularity than any ether city a type, by the way, which is now well church, after which the ladies and gen Next in order is a telegraph office in entire native Boer population, larger than nigh extinct a devoted wife, a loving 10, 1899," says Mayor Tallon, "gave the tlemen entered heartily upon their work charge of the ladies of the Cathedral, the aggregate of the forces under Well- cripple or a baby as a antagonist and suffrage to women equally with men on in the world offers. He sang Daland mother, a faithful friend; true to her of making the undertaking the success it She there in 1870, when "Der Fllegende God, her country and her kind, she wa3 from whence pleasant little telegrams ington at Waterloo aud Raghu in she is dauntless and undeniable. all questions of local government in Ire deserves to be, will be delivered to the belles and beaux. Crimea, for the purpose of obliterating a bullied aud insulted and domineered over land, that is, on every question on which Hollaender" was performed in London. an honor to the race wliose virtues she This is the first elfort made in behalf of An adjoining booth is decorated in yel He sang for many years in opera at this country till we thrashed her in two the Irish people vote, except that of send Covent Garden and at the other theaters, inherited in full measure, exemplifying, the good Sisters for a period of over thirty low and white, and is known as the little commonwealth whose area is less wars on land and sea. ' as she did, by precept and example, the and whose citizento the ing Parliamentary representatives than that of Montana, years, and only for the necessity of reand made a professional visit to this counDuring the rebellion she omitted no efWheel Booth, which is presided over by ship is exceeded by scores of cities in the grand, ennobling qualities of heart and British House of Commons. building their home they would not make try under the management of Col. Maple-so- head which, in fert to destroy the Union. She threatened Mrs. Nic hosier, and the numerous artithe centuries gone by; "Iu Dublin, previous to the local gov the present appeal for aid. 1 heir build cles displayed will meet with the ap- State of New York. Academy of Music He sang at the the North with war amhtreated the South ubove Having been snubbed and kicked nnd eminent act, we had only about 8,000 in New York and was favorably received, made the Irish women ing at Eighth and Madison streets was proval of every one. The next one is She with promises of recognition. all others. , cuffed by nil the great powers of Europe, . condemned as unsafe, and the funds nt voters, none of whom were women. Now although he never acquired the same f t lh a He t considered the handsomest in the hnil, MPP f our voters' list numbers about 45,000, of populanty he had in London. He was Mrs. Higgins came to this country in to indignities to which she has realized will be used to defray the ex being decorated in blue and white and subUted without protest England now 1849, the year when the tide of immigraare women, made, whoin about 16, penses of the improvements an admired singer in oratorio, and iu being very much admired by every ouc. makes an enormous military demonstra- "Women in very large numbers availed other ways sttengthened his hold on the tion from Ireland brought thousands of Invitations have been extended all the This booth represents St. Mary's and St. tiou against an insignificant community, not yet recovered, and then paid fifteen themselves of their new privileges or Christian kind to Catholic congregations and societies of English public. He created in England her good, Deceased was born build up this Cleveland Boniface's congregations, and is presided as a discredited slugger avenges himself millions rather than fceht. country. in the Parish nchts in January, and I have every rea Jacob in Macfarren's "Joseph," sung-n- t Louisville to attend the bazar or to have over by Miss Teresa Reverman and Miss for the Insults of his equals by indiscrimi- - slapped her in the face in his Venezuela son to believe that their votes helped to of Drumlace, County Letrim, Ireland. special days, and all are urged to do their Leeds in 1877, and Herod iu Berlioz's and ............ message, and she accepted the insult : i Anna Schildt, and contains toys and vari . .I She was married to Hugh Higgins in election of candidates pledged share, even though the formal Invitation ous fancy articles. The adjoining booth Wtot "The Childhood of Jesus," produced in Auburn and resided iu this city for the Ion. John J secure the social reforms of conques- tto important and children; and this Prcsi may not have yet reached them. Manchester in 1880 and in Loudon in the is also presided over by the same yottnp " As regards the manner and conduct following year. He sang first in oratorio greater part of her life. dent O'Brien wishes it understood that ladies. It is a Fish Pond and is well the most hrnlnl nml iHlefens tile of n She performed her duties to her re of the elections, not alone in Dublin, but in "Israel" in 1800, but made no grcai all are invited' and nothing will be left stocked with the finest of the finny tribe. her crimes against human rights is DENNIS CB0WLEY. warred in the name of civilizationl It also iu Ireland, they were most orderly impression, and it was not until a year ligion, her family aud her friends, aud undone to repay well all who attend dur Next in order is the Art Gallery Booth, should not be forgotten that the Boer reand well conducted; no disorder ot any later, when he appeared in "The Crea her length of days, if they could be ex rig the comiiig wevk decorated in purple and orange. This is public has been nn established, independ plained at all, might be attributed to the kind took place at any of them. This One of the features is the dinner for Well- - was certainly unique, as it was the first Hon," that he was hailed as an oratorio fact that she never permitted au obligacharge of the Games Committee, Mr, ent, sovereign republic. Itched the same Deaths lali men from 12 to 2 o'clock daily, in business singer of equal ability with his operatic tion lo remain unfulfilled. She was Kick Rosier Chairman. ThUi booth Is right ula.ri eM- &ca4oBi0 twh ich, the.m a ssea lof iUw, pep; BMVcoMcert talents.. which )mm proven one off. the, best yet MAYOR WEAVER Kaar SHOWN UP, MAYOR TALLON LIFE'S WORK DONE impro-gresaiv- e, ' - soda-wate- - u. --- S j Zr - -- lwvllyddiwKMMaKwaTctgwHjr to.e,a;Gnaiy.l'?j,,lfi, thr are certaiMly aclwtired by patrons is growing in number daily. a handsome ap- nil. Music Hall presents The last, but not least, on the right of pearance at night, the various booths bestage is the booth of the Sacred Heart decorated and brilliantly the ing prettily congregation, which is decorated in red illuminated, each one being attended by and white, with palms, ferns ami clusters, a lievy of lovely women. The leading of electric lights. This is one of the most clergy and laymen arc taking an active expensively arranged booths in the halt. Interest, which insures the success of the It is in charge of Mrs. Marcus Doerhoefcr. bazar. The officers and committees in This will lie known at the Doll Booth, charge are as follows: and the collection of dolls is something President lldard J. O'llricn. magnificent. Sccretary,1. J. Crotty. Today and tonight will be a general Treasurer M. J. Duffy. day for everybody, and thr programme Manager of Hall Will D. Harris. for next week is as follows: Press Committee Leo Schmuau, 1M. Monday Catholic Knights aud ladles Tlerney, C. A. Curtln ami John Shea. J of America. Churclt and Society Committee J. J. Tuesday Gemian Catholic societies of rUrret, Joseph llubbuch, T. W. Crotty, Mulligan, Pan. P. Murphy, M. the city. Thomas n Wednesday society. I Nolan. Thomas Kccnaii, Dr. Hbele Thursday Ancient Order of Hilw li. Stickler. and J, lilatu. Good Shepherd, NYuMcwork Booth Friday Sisteia of Good Shepherd day, Drnuurlo, Jacob lloertr, Mesdnmcs Saturday Grand closing of the fair. Mary Cow, George Leadimau, and M The children of the different congrvga Miiiiiin lioert ami Manite bcliumanu. Mods will visit the bazar during the after Cathedral, Booth and Refreshment noons of the following day when special Stand -- McdaiiiM Charles Smith, George amusements will Imj provided for their llocrti, I). Welsh, J. J. Caffrey, T. I Tk'riwy, Hurke and MIks A. I'liin, Una entertainment! Monday Ht. Loids Ilcrtrsnd churn!), iHtd Aifrla Kawpuiueller, Mary nd Nina Cathedral, Church of tlio Immaculate HnllH, Knlv Walsh, M. Ciiinmlng mid Collection. L. C. Glynn. l. 'lick' clnucli, ht, An Jmut Ho Table m IVdilek" Mrduir Ihoiiy. St. Crcells, Church of Our IMy. JohtiHIarV, W. I). Ilarrl. M. Tirrney. HI. George' church, Wcduvpiay H, , U'ibleu, Jlollowii.T. J. Keeuau, veuer, w. Bacifd Heart, Holy Crow, Holy Name, i i, 1'iymi. J wiy. jowom HI. Peter. m. Voky, I). J'. Murjniy ami M Mulloy. Any ftcniuon duriux Hi IWwr Ht. HhHH and Ilulu Jknnnlen Jrucy MryMMUleu Kl4rgartri), 81. Helen ww km-H4John MeCenu, Urren ludirjiiii. Nil Ague hell Ml lUKl. Mill I'JyHH i.vi4 tuuKilr, u,Muit lMr tUc.tA Hrrt Dull Mmcm JkdMfr. T. W. Thvy. Tin Kevin; Wlw KU Hay HiMmf, with Ho Fatrlok Rwtftiney MUlH))ri l.l acrifwIo,-wJWc- a Insh-Aiucrica- - M. my. Hoirth-HenU- Kt, MkoIx, lU mi jffcta tM. mUtr Hmx, mmt Rk. Jfk Hhtt, Wli Hmh fmm M4wk, mm K. Am Hum liiM iMlmi TH4 imfrw 4sja iM ku-i- : M"i"iy 4m4w latfM MmM Ci. a l )M .un to , iM Pretoria in 1881 EHglaml conceded its iku'etifratKhisemeRt'of aH!ci!rTrcp&Jp1e ROUSING WEETI birth was one of her distrffjtflshitig charmight not have been expected to work autonomy, and again by the London con- the bent known smoothly on the first occasion it was ex- DcubIs Crowley, o acteristics. Exile only intensified it. As 1884 it was formally and defi vention of real- - ercse,i. of nitely agreed that the Transvaal republic and most popular Elght Candidates for tho An the chosen people she, old wept by the waters of Babylon too, mourned the The new privileges of women are not should be supreme in its internal admin dents of the West End, died at his home cient Order of fate of her kindred. In the dark days of islration; that it should make no treaty on Eighteenth street Wednesday morning. confined to the franchise. The local govfamine in the old laud she gave as a girl wers other than the Orange Free His whole life had been spent iu the ernment act of 1808 created the followiug with what she could nfford to the funds raised State without the consent and approval Twelfth Ward, and this cud came iu the bodies: (1) County Councils for the thirty-tw- o for the relief of the sufferers. Her last administrative counties of Ire- of Great Britain. house in which he has always resided. The next meeting of Division 1 of the years were peaceful and nappy, riiey (2) Borough Councils for the six There ia no pretense that these stipula Crowley started in life as a poor laud. Denny of Hibernians, which were not so much like the close of a long tions have been violated In the present boy, hut by his thrift and energy he cities of Dublin, Belfast, Cork, Limerick, Ancient Order takes place Tuesday evening, November life as the beginning of a new one. contention. The foreign relations of the amassed a sum sufficient to enter upon a Londonderry and Waterford. (3) Urban 28, promises to be the banner one of the Placid, tranquil, affectionate, the virtues Boers are not in question, Nothing is business career many ycara ago, when Councils for all other towns. (4) Rural year for this progressive Irish organiza that had been tried and purified during involved except the conditions upon Crowley & Harrison opened their well- - District Councils for the country districts, are to be initiated, n lifetime shone forth with n soft and (6) Boards of Guardians for the care and tion. l'.iglit candidates which naturalization, the franchise aud and it is expected the Initiation Commit beautiful resplendence that made her control of the toor. representation are granted to immigrants new form ready by that saiulship indisputable. When the end "Women can be elected members of the tee will have the and foreigners. These ore matters of in Mi time, and all the members are working came it found her waiting peacefully. Urban Councils, Rural Councils aud ternal policy aud administration, to lie one to Ik; re- - Surrounded by her children and her determined by the Transvaal Government Boards of Poor Iaw Guardians, aud the hard to make this occasion memberdd. children' children, fortified by the rites enactment did not remain a dead letter as it sees fit. The regulations may be President Kecuan and Secretary Tom of holy religion and consoled nnd aatbfactory to England or otherwise, hut even on the first occasion of its applica pro arrange nn interesting by International law (he has no more strengheued by the ministrations of her tlon. The talented wife of n foremost Dolau will gramme for the cmcriatnmcm or uic merchant of Dublin, Mr. Maurice Dock pastor, when the supreme moment arright to meddle than she liaa to interfere All the Hiber rell, wo elected a councillor of the urban members aud visitors. with her spiritual powers still unwith suffrage In the United Htatcs or with Louisville, New Albany and Jef rived, clouded, aud undiminished, she was able district of IllackrocK, and on the first nians of the method of taxation In HiiKsla. The are earnestly urged to attend meeting of the council she was unani fersonville to commend her soul to Him whom she claim tlut tlio Boers are on obstacle to inously elected deputy chairman, I this meeting, which is the forerunner of had served so faithfully and so well. the onward march of civilisation i a preto be given by the onler hi Louis have every reason lo think that the ores other The funeral, which was very large, wag test equally Impudent and blasphemous. months. ence of Mrs. Dockrcll In thn Black Rock ville during the winter held from St. Mary's church Wednesday They are what they wave been for n cen mas waa celeUrban Council U for the good of thecouu Solemn tury. They are neither belter nor wotv: SISTER GENER0SE DEAD. morning. Rev. Johnhigh Higgins, son of brated by rll aud that the womanly dignity of Mr than they were when (onl Derby treated J, Dockrcll has In no way dullcml, but on the deceased, arslsted by the Rev, James with litem fifteen years ago at Jiulon of fldy educated, Indus. the contrary h been enhanced, Thry arc a forSovonty- - Q'Shea a deacon, tho Rev. A. J. Comer- Had Boon a Nun In Tcmpkmorr, Mr, liracueii, trloui, sober Urnicr. They are peacrnoic, ford a suhdeacon and the Rev. V. A. flvo Yonrs-- A Native of graduate of the Royal University of Ire much given lo hoUllly, and deeply re Donahue a master of ceremonies. In Kentucky. land, was clectxl chairman. I think llgiQuii they love liberty. iwt aro devoted the sanctuary were the Rev, J. V. Mill- the lady w the only member of the to the trl net fries or self 'govcrtiiuiicl lancy, T. Howard, M. Clime, A, Dwyer, council who had a university education W, V, V. McHvoy, Originally etllc lit Cejw Colony, tlicy week SUter J, McGraw, P. There died at Loretto lat "Hut lite bodies to which the largest fled from lb tyranny of the British to Dougherty, C. Thlbault, J. P, Magce, J. Mattlngly, the oldest nun In DKNNIS CiU)W7.l(Y. J'urnie.1 1' their number of women were elected were the Gcnerose all of this city, J, Hopkln, NaUl sixty year K" States, Sister Gcnerose was V. Byrne, cw abode, Hoards of Guardian. I myself noml the United btrpdilsry enemies Iu their Oswego; J. Kelly, Oneida; P, IleecksHt, ut c( up their known mIooh at Klhl nth and Tort Mated a lady long iJliiluKUlthrd for her nlncty.five year old ami took the vail bi I hey tflH rmlgrstwl lUldwliuvllIe; J, McLuughlln, Cortland; became the charitable and plilliuthroplc work In the age of twenty, wvcniy.iive year ago, Mini nil?, like Ihe purltaiu of laud avenue, of whlfk he home J. Donnelly, Watervillet J.TIernan, Caw She wa born in Kentucky In June, 1607. o. HI reim rol owner idwuUyw Dublin for the tioltlon of I'oor w Pew JtHgUHd ul the pioneer of the den; A. J. Hayes, Pompcyi D. Moore, elected. In oil, as Ilcr parent, Hasil Mattlngly and Monica Ullca, W. Qulnii, Utlca, J, McGraw, Dlie w k fclMernw, wirewmW '7 Ulloii for wonnny mi tatvxrlty brought Guardian, Wrt, h waa ttiie many fricnits, mh of Isle well at I remember, about fifty women Miles, were from Maryland, Mrnw foes, fn4 there (key remained hm lwy lathi mi 4!v many of Kentucky' bct fml Clayvllle; J. McGlynu, Sherburne j V, J. in Ihe yeri elected guardian. A the guard related to nt lviH'!N m swell ' witk wire Kvunlnirt Itast Syracuse, Lancaster, Mile. Wstllnuiy, Qulnu, absolution over the politic wmt N Hut Hver been dun control the poor bout, the poor Hw-t- ho renalnevpir tentrd them cm! tiituft4 ho one e The Khc (turn to rwer I t m twWr wrtW a kotatal anl Ike of wed Kutltk. Monarch nnd Bpaldlug' won4 i In 1)1) ik Hlmmy 4 Ike 'a the pronounced by Key, John Grbwee, win a viator y, M m MvMmt Vo tke cat reWef for Um ttoor, f an M4lfi.l k4 two cumin in Ike )'trik UfmytMt9t4 jrfMWIl' listed by thu clergy present, Tkc Mriwli wiiy, far xWok k wu ! tkt Ike etetHW of women on tkrwr Key. Thomas Mile, H. J., of the Ht. who attended the service at tk HWy ky not wtitMtwi, UnlwtUy, and the Rev. David wy MfjW(Ar. HMH WWff, KHM Nevtf 0tGO IxMHtbi U fiK Ike 4yHtwe of Ik cow JwJ urHtfbtf'Wt 4rVM 4k m Kne In iMr mumt ti the Rev. Jauie O'Wmm, P,n KliMel, chtpUlu of Kauretli. TheUU lery were MrwVe tijf Hr4yk Th4 ijdMIbhwI. Vw em4 fforlt wwhlty, vkewbMf W. P, Dowckerty, In i Mr tiy ui W m Iba HHtlMi wh-iimmm Johnson, of New Haven, and Donahue, A. . Hayca, i. wkm Vi mt m awet owe Ul Kyyter l win H1 Ik Chyi4n4 hi I). Moore, A, Comerford, P. Heeckeiti, C. "in ' (WHWUMtfu, I Y HO wen think that ike wrwnea who vwJ, or Mr. H, L. Mll, of Mew Hope, iwtu MrM V. McGuIre nnd J. V. Byrne, H4b pwtMWy IKry mm1 for their Hrken he Vll HiMW i allow Hit I , - aWll numialituri ttud iriurdlau known of Hitter great wealth, were Tho ll brHrer were M, O'Hrlen, W 4H4 Hmt kvtoM UM tke fierier, WW HUy or auutln M ,uy M,y e ii I Mr www 19 svW . W . m . UiUm (dvMHtsr m Thorns CoMelJo, Johr Mo' .. r i ...... .v. I., it.. .r JUrt July Kitier GeerrM celebrated I'rsiik Hunt, Hf vmnm m arwwu. L XylV fyyJ iuuimiUIiv. but. mi lk Ponlrsrv. ' IIWh land, Michael Keldy and AiSrw HM. I I y had 9t n H( rm m warn ike tif cohn)14v I Utler n4 rik ber diamond JitUtee, towetkliiK lkt U survived, ke'r ot m man. Decr-awtmmtmxmvmy. by the whi kwmi mtW to ttrfef More ktu plee In Ike United m Mower, by twoaoncait'l two lUufkter, 4 Ht4, M Mm wrH tkfM, MoteN, i4k) fn MimokHi Iw k mH )Uw4m, In honor of Ike oetwtlott klgl) They are Key. J, J. Illjwln, auHtoUnl yum H M en- k4y, tMMiLm lU lim ii tinny sai. 11 wm wm eMMiHl by the pastor of W. 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Ih(wii lkM u.tia0mttrk. 1, I Mi, Uraidoat'i. . vHmmt ta fcU f rMlf Imm (mm to fte M tiw liasta l MfMitcale Mm mmm Uvmi In 4ifiti gatling guns were mounted, snd that all this was instigated, by the corporations and Board of Trade, Ovotd to the Moral sttcl Social Advancement of all Irish Americans. whom it classed as "marauders and murderers." It was the publishing HlOGINa, over the couuty of such slanderous 5IN0LE COPY, sc. fakes that has injured the reputa SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. tion and trade of Louisville, if it Matter. Rutored at tlie Louisville Postofflco as Second-dos- s has been injured, aud not anything KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, 326 West dreea Street said or done by the Board of Trade Adiitfsall CotKomalcatlonstothe or the business men of this city. KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. Publlaber. aSOOIT Robert V. Dulakey, of Bowling- - Green, was here Wednesday and Thursday. Rev. Father Crbnlu, of Jeffcrsonvillc, left lost Tuesday fot-- a short visit to Iex' ington. among the vis! Mr. W. J Collins-wators sojourning at West Dadcn Springs ast week. s S. E. Car. Fenrtli d Market. Three floors loaded with J Hi) f . I AT 111011 g ea sea's I A IU II I I M j For Men, Be)s and Children. Every garment absolutely new for this trad. Whltesoii'a guarantee with every sate. If yen waat a Suit or Overcoat we here offer you such a chance as l rarely pretested. LO0ISVH.LE, KY., THE ELECTION. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER iS, 1899. Taylor of 1,198 votes and increase Goebel's majority to 1,886 instead of 668, are the same parties who managed the Sowle Printing Com pany iu this city. They had the contract for State printing two years ago, of which they were de prived by the State Printing Commission, because of inferior work and overcharges, many of the State reports containing errors which ren dered them useless, while the prices charged by the "lowest bidders' were by a system of jugglery higher than the highest bidders. These same parties, under their new firm name, have again bid for the State printing and are indignantly claim ing the contract because they are the "lowest bidders." The Print ing Commission, after opening the bids, adjourned without day. They doubtless remember the "lowest bidders." Fromjtlie Nelson county incident it seems they have not im They should not have proved. the State printing at any price, as they ere utterly incapable of doing the work according to contract Typographical Union No. 10 knock ed them out two years ago, and should knock them out again by sending a protest, and, if. necessary, representatives to the Printing Commission, and urge them not to award the Stale printing .to the Record Printiug Company of Bards-town. With all of the official returns iu except Jefferson county, Taylor, the Republican candidate for Governor, has, despite all quibbles, a clear plurality of about 1,500, and Jefferson will give him at least 2,500 more. This result is conceded by all save the- Goebel partisans, and they, have at last been forced to acknowledge that they rely on the success of their contesting of voles to have Goebel declared elected. Their attempts to have votes thrown out by county boards have failed, except ' in Nelson, Christian and Harrison counties, the courts haviug compelled the boards to count and certify the vote. In these three counties the courts were not applied to in time, though the contest will be carried further to secure for Taylor about 1, soo votes cast for him in those counties. Though the official returns from all counties except Jefferson are in the office of Secretary of State, the Courier-Journal Judge Toney, on Wednesday, began the trials of election officers and others charged with contempt in disobeying his order to admit inspectors and challengers to the polls on election day. B. L. Bozarth was convicted and sentenced to thirty hours in jail. The attorneys for the defense had slipped up to Frankfort and obtained from the Court of Appeals a restraining order stopping Judge Toney from proceeding with the cases. He promptly postponed the cases aud dismissed Bozarth pending further orders of court. The order from Court of Appeals is returnable November 29, when it will be made permanent or dismissed. The joy of the culprits is premature, as the restraint order granted on petition is only temporary, and, according to precedent, will likely be set aside, and Judge Toney will resume business with them. The Court of Appeals has several times decided, including cases against Judge Toney, that it has no jurisdiction in contempt cases, and the same decision has been made in every State and by the Federal Courts, even to the Supreme Court. All-Irelan- e Senator John P. Newman, of Newport, was in the city last Tuesday a"nd Wednesday, Ex-Stat- SUITS FOR SIO. The fabrics comprise fine black and blue clay diagonals, heavy-weigblue serges, fine blnck and blue thib-ets- , striped worsteds, neat mixed and fancy imported Scotch cheviots all cut in tbe height of style suits that will please the most fastidious and critical gentleman. OVERCOATS FOR S10. Hundreds of stylish garments in Melton, Kerseys and Irish frieze oxford, grays, blacks, tans, drabs and browns fashionable overcoats that arc cut, trimmed aud finished in a truly admirable .manner, superior in . ... . . 1.! style, quamy ana worKinansmp. YOUNG MEN'S AND ht If they need attentiou there is no better place to have them fixed than at the Thomas Noor.e, who lias been quite ill for several weeks, will be able to resume his position next wc'(k. James Duffy and Fete Haniniel, who have been on the sick list for some time, are reported iniprojing. Edward Malone'k friends will regret to learn that lie is confined to his home because of serious illness. Louisville Dental Parlors, 544 FOURTH ST., Right Noxt to Avcttuo Tlicnter. ll " DESIGNERS HH HHBHHH HH TT 4147" l H ' AVC Ci i it -- A ft ft flfll lH WM L Teeth? 1 . 1 4 1 The friends of Mrs. Will Lyons will be pleased to learn that she has almost recovered from herrecent illness. , CHILDREN'S CLOTHING. The ball of the Hibernian Knights will prove an interesting social event. Many leading society people will attend. Miss Florence J, Lynch, 2443 West Cheanut, entertained a few friends at euchre and lunch Tuesday evening. President Kerberg, of Mackin Council, who is in Huntsville, Ala., writes that he will be home iu, about two weeks. Mr. John J. Fitzgerald, the attorney, returned from New York well-know- n No disappointments and regrets when you come to Whiteson for Young Men's or Children's Clothing. The quality, the style, the variety is here ; and more than that the lowest prices consistent with honest quality. An invitatiou is cordially extended to you to pay us a visit of inspection. A Football or Magic Lantern with every Child's Su!t or Overcoat. all guaranteed. Their prices are the lowest, work the best, and They will treat you right. KBMEMBEK THE PLACE: Lomsville Dental Parlors, BRIDGET KENNEY, Tues- day, where he went on legal business. Mr. Harry Brennan, who his been suffering from a severe attack of the grip, is now reported to be convalesent. Death at Ellsworth, ind., of a Highly Respected Lady. Gran W.Smith's Sons I Funeral Directors And Embalmers.. MISS KATE SMITH, S. E. COR. Lady Assistant and Embalmer. Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice, B still claims to be short four counties, and excluding these, claimiug the 1,500 taken from Taylor referred to above, and relying on throwing out votes in Lewis, Johusou, Pulaski, Knox, Mercer, Knott and Jefferson coun tie's, and a few precincts elsewhere, claims Goebel will have a "legal" plurality. This means that by adopting "returning board" meth ods and throwing out several thou sand votes GoebeHfas beetvelectedH siiuauo iwtodate.-The same tactics are being at tempted in the Legislative districts, but the courts again intervened and in most cases the votes were counted and certified to. Iu this couuty au attetppt was made by throwing out precincts to defeat Stafford iu First ward, Lucas in Eleventh and Twelfth and Strong in the county, but a mandamus stopped it If the decisions of the courts are any criterion, the claims of the Goebel men are groundless. Every decision, of Democratic and Republican courts alike, deny the right MHr-ts-Hie Miss Amelia Carraro, who has been visble early in December, and will take , returned home and one son, John Kenney, now residing Workingtnen are beginning to into consideration the position of iting at lost Monday. Sheuwas serenaded the iu Jeffersonville and well known i i think pud investigate before jump- - the movement havinc for its obiect same evening byjaarty.of- friends and j bernian circles in this city. Her daugh ter still resides on the old homestead, inggflutoreverythi'ngcalied'a'trust. Bowling-jGreen, in-H- 3 Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Donahue left for The Kentucky Irish American regrets their home in Iowa Tuesday, after a visit of several weeks with friends in to announce the death of Mrs. Bridget , this city. Keuney, which occurred at her home S Louis K. Carraro, one of the best near Ellsworth, Ind., last week. Her known Italians of this city, left this week funeral took place Wednesday and her 1 for West Baden Springs, where he will remains were laid to rest in St. Celestine 1 cemetery. Committee hav remain for the next ten days. The Mrs. Kenney, who was seventy-thre- e ing charge of the financial relations The many friends of Miss Josie Hart-ne- tt years of age, was born in the County u will be very sorry to hear that she Clare, Ireland, in 1827, and Cflme to this movement have taken a step which has been seriously ill during the past country in 1852, landing in Philadelphia, approval. week at her home, 722 Oldham street. will commend universal from where she removed to Pittsbnrg and At their last meeting they decided afterward to Steubenville, O., where she The Young Ladies' Auxiliary of Trinity to call together a conference of dele- Council will entertain tbe members and was married to John Kenney in 1854, who preceded in death sixteen years gates from the borough, county, friends with a dance Thanksgiving eve at ajto. During her whole life she was her urban and district councils of Ire- Trinity Council Hall, 718 East Gray noted for her devotion to her church and street. her kindly and charitable disposition. land. The conference will assemd EIGHTH AND JEFFKKSON SXS. TELEPHONE 810. Muldoon Monument Gomponu AND She is survived by one daughter, Bridget, BUILDERS OF AND SCOTCH GRANITE ITALIAN MARBLE, AMERICAN - of election officers or election conv luissioncrs to decide contests or re fuse or fail to count all votes; that they must count and certify all votes. Whatever the intention of the framers of the Goebel election law, the election boards, so say the courts, have no such powers, the sole authority to hear and decide tvjsrsjde a; suburb of Giuciuf A uati, the trust runs a plant, and announced their intention of closing down aud throwing out 300 union employes. The matter was brought to the attention of Cincinnati Labor Union, which appointed a committee to wait on the pro prietors, who stated they must close unless the railroads reduce freight rates from Ciuciunati to the same as charged from towns in Indiana. The Labor Committee laid the matter before the Chamber of Commerce, which appointed committee, and these two committees, representing labor, merchants atid manufacturers of Cincinnati, are after the railroads to give Cin cinnati lower freight rates. If they tin-pla- te tin-plate contests being with the Legislature n ami the courts. It is noteworthy that while all the activity, claims and pretenses nrc by the Goebel followers and papers, the Taylor people are quiet, though alert and successful iu resisting nearly every move to change the result, Then, again, several that supported Goebel pudiate and condemn the methods pumifd and proposed for securing hi election, ' and Times results, The Courier-Journnews-.pafrMtw succeed, ,ie Riverside works will continue and 300 em ployes keep their jobs. The ex ample of the Cincinnati Central La bor Union in thus arousing the business men and manufacturers to with them in finding and seeking to redress the real evil might be followed with profit by labor organizations everywhere. The trust iu this case is the victim of discrimination by the railroads, as is also the. labor and business of Cincinnati, and the rectifying of this evil will benefit all. Louisville suffers from the same cause, ami more unity of action between labor aud business men may bring like 1 tin-pla- te al have suddenly withdrawn their taThe Courier-Journa- l, in the only bled and flare heads over the elec- editorial in any way alluding to the tion news aikl relegate the brief electHMi that it has published since election (Uapatche to luside pages, election day, cliargcs that the con summarizing the result to date iu a duct of business uteu in the the vague way, The Courier-Journa- l canvass has injured the reputation baa ot yet editorially alluded to and trade of the city. On the con tbe reatjlt of the election, and the trary, the slander' of the business display, wtK and people of this city rooHtera.. after a by Mr. are atlll In retirement. Goebel in his speeches, aud the Courier-Journin Us false reports PUBUC PRINTING. of the condition of affairs and. the It ia worthy of apt that the conduct of people in, this dty, and printing rtrra at Bardstowu, which it fake telegrams sent out and pub- .printed tbr precinct fcertificatra in tabod In newspapers over the coun Nulnoii county with the name of try that Louisville on election day the Republican candidate for Gov- was in the throes of riot and revo ernor "W. P." ioatwwfof W. 8, lution, ibat the life and proper ty 1 oit-dy al s;'of .Tom Feake, of the " past sixteen y ears with her mother. burden of. overtaxation. 'The Mackin Council, Will be glad to learn The deceased was a most estimable lady, nouncement of a conference com- that he is able td.be out. He has been held in the highest esteem by all who posed of the elected representatives confined to his for several weeks knew her, and her death is mourned by a Artistic Work Only Solicited. Workshops and Studios, Carrara, Italy. 1 suffering with typbbid fever. wide circle of friends and acquaintances. of the people will have the effect of feel keenest sorrow for her again concentrating public attentiou The many friends of Mrs. Annie Nevin who away.theMay she rest peace. pass WAREROOWS, 322 to 328 WEST GREEN STREET, E ing in Cunningham, the S writer and on a question which vitally affects teacher, will regret to learn that she has A CARD. the welfare of the entire country. been confined to her home during the Resolutions iu favor of financial re past week from llluess. Today her physi Editor Kentucky Irish American: A great many of tbe residents of Lira form have been passed by nearly all cians report her condition as improving. erick were either late or missed 0 o'clock the county and other councils of The Ladies of St. Mary's church, New mass altogether at the Dominican church a held Ireland, the Tory council of Derry Albany, announce in bazar to be on in last Sunday on account of the 5:30 o'clock St. Joseph's Hall that city the warning bell not being as emphatic in its denuncia evenings of December 0 and 7. They owing objections being rung as usual, being made to Father to tion of the wrong as the Nationalist .will expect a large crowd from this city, Logan by several near residents, they e council of Cork. These resolutions Mackin Council entertained its friends claimiug that the ringing of it annoyed them and disturbed their rest at that time will be emphasized in a very marked at euchre on last Friday night. There in the morning. Now, if the ringing of was a large attendance and every one manner by the joint declaration of spent a very pleasant evening. Miss this 5:20 bell is discontinued, it will be e e Good a Specialty. Pool. e a body representative of the elected Rose Cunningham won the ladies' prize an injustice to a great many people, especially those who are employed on and Edward Currau captured the gentle boards of the country. Sunday and can not attend a later mass. men's prize. e M. Last Sunday, for example, a great many Lord Mayor Tallon, of Dublin, William Higgias and wife returned men of the Holy Name Society missed e and John E. Redmond, M, P., who this week from Syraqjise, where they attending the 0 o'clock mass and receivTelephone 384. e 248 West Jefferson Street. a were called bv the fatal illness of the ing communion with the society, the have made a tour of the Eastern mother of Mr. iiTggius, who died while writer among tbe number missing for the States in the interest of the Parnell they were on their way to her bedside. first time iu several years. Now, on beJOIITV IS. lKAIVK. monument fund, will visit the Cen Since their return they have received half of the Catholic residents of Limerick, many messages of condolence and sympa who are in the great majority, I say "let tral and Western States, provided thy. the ringing of the bell go on." the Dublin Muuicipal Council exJ. J- - . John 0'Loughlin entertained some of ab- - his tends the Lord Mayor's leave of THE WIFE IN THE HOME. bachelor frieads with a "stag partv" sence. iiie gentlemen express last Tuesday evening. Those present were Few will deny even in this age of that 812 81 CLAY STREET. themselves well pleased with the Dr. Joseph Kelly, John Doolan, Will strange portent, 'the new woman," that Reilly, Pat S. Xose, Andy Meagher, Will Telephone 209-. LOUISVILLE, KY. hospitable treatment accorded them, Doolan, Pat O'Loughlin, Bart Fay and a wife's true sphere is home. If she has assumed the tender name of wife; if she aud have no doubt they will be able John Bowlders. Mr. O'Loughliu made haa linked herself with the man of her to piolong their stay and extend quite a hit in waging his favorite song, choice "for better, for worse, for richer, "The Br.ttle of Boyae Water." for porer, in sickness and iu health," their tour throughout the country. The many frieada f Jollu Kean, of home is henceforth her kingdom, her Mr. Arnold Foster, M. P. for Bel New Albany, wke,baa been under treat- state, her world where she reigns by ment in the Central Tloepital for the In affection, by gentleness and by such ten fast, is just now the butt of ridicule sane at Indianafw, will be glad to der and gracious ministries as a woman iu Ireland for his assertion that know that he ha returned home cured. alone can exercise. All household in Mr. Keaue, who in any Irish Nationalist member of Air Line, was was n engineer on the dustries and economies live foreverweb the or stricken with paralysis word "wife," which comes from 42S-43St. Parliament who opposed the Trans while on his engtue at Princeton nearly a woof, aud there ia the subtle suggestive- year ago. Shortly, after his mind became ness of a great truth in the meaning o vaal war ought to be hanged, or at $61.50 affected. His mental trouble has been the word "husband, '.' tbe bond or band least not listened to iu the House." completely cured, Horses and Vehicles to hire at all hours, at reasonable rates. but he has made no of the house, Iu these two sweet ami Well, they were "not listened to," improvement in I tie caae of paralysis. tender words the sanctity of marriage TELEPHONE 1140. that's a fact, but the echo is diuf - Kiss Daisy O'Brien, a gifted young acd its foremost duties are declared. THE CHEEtPUL FACE. donged in Mr. Arnold Foster's ears, water coloriat af'CMeago, ha arrived in Louisville to apeafi the winter with ber much to his annoyauce. Next to the sunlight of heaven is the aunt, Mrs. GKfB-lf- . Ywowin. Miaa 0'Briu baa mt with great micgcm in cheerful face. There is no mistaking it. "1 The few remaining A. P. A. or Her choeeu proacaaioa, and her delicate The brut lit .eye, the unclouded brow, the gan in and around Boston are in and dainty wcAar color have vtainped sunny saiiW, all Uell of tliai which dwells originality within. Who has not felt its electrifying the throw of hysterica because Ad hr m a artist ' of and genius. She recently took an ad- - influence? One glance at this face lifts miral Dewey, married a Catholic and vanoed'courM a the Chicago Art Insti us out of the mists and shadows into the are threatening all sorts of dire tute, acquitting Herself with high honors. beautiful realms of hope. One cheerful Two liandsonie Emblems of the Ancient Order of Si by MiMO'Brieu face in the boueahold will keep every thing. In the mean time the Ad- - A Dumber oi small headsfew days thing warm and light within. It may be will be exhihuwd fare at Mrs. Hibernians will be awarded by tbe Kentucky Irish. mind U off enjoying hie honey- Sick man's, on Fotftth svenue. a very plain face, but; there is something in it we feel, but can not expre1(snd its American to the members receiving tbe lighest nummoon, not caxiog t what any one Charles Dolan, formerly of this dty, cheery smile sends the blood dangling think about it. Much joy to ye, but who has been living for the last two through the veins for very Joy. There is ber, of votes, these coupons only to be uspd for ballots, 55 old boy years in New lis on account of ill a word of blessed magic in the plain, n pro- ftommrents: " I i I well-know- n I 2IISl!I3IIlIZ2IIX3EI2IiEi223IlIiIlIfl2Xi12 eeeeeeeeeeeeeeee SAMPLE ROOM. Liquors Fifteen Ball ! paradise! J. HICKEY, PROPRIETOR. 41 eeaeeeeeee WALTERS' and 2. Clay5treet Brewery, HENRY C. LAUER, East Jefferson Uleotrio Horno 01J.xrincr, Per IToact. fi 1 t EMBLEM o CONTEST! Who Is the Most Popular Hibernian? if ft it I It wu certainly too bad for the mm, mar I health, died consumption. m, aai Saturday from chSerful face,' and 't would not exchange a sou of Thomas it for all the soulless beauty that ever feed a greet graced the fairest form on earth, o Mi WiBawm-ir-no- n: GRAND BAZAR To be given for the benefit of the ROBERT EMMET, The Irish-American THEATRICALS. rj Unusual importance attaches to the approaching engagement of Hoyt's a "A Texas Steer" "at the. Avenue, which will be seen next week for the first time dt popular prices. Much of Hoyt's reputa Hon aS an author ami success as a theatri cal manager rests .on this piece. It has not the novelty of a Hew production and the matnagciiicut does uot announce that the play has been largely rewritten and remodeled. On the contrary, it is as 'of the original New near a ork production, in cast and equipment, as possible, and absolutely identical in lines. It would seem almost sacrilege, or suicidal, to alter a single letter in that fac-simi- le . LABOR WORLD. Notes and Gossip of the Week From All Parts of tlte Sisters of the Good Shepherd, Eighth St., Mny Cclofor-utJC MUSIC HALL, COMMENCING Society Ills Coin-i- n Anniversary. Country. rF TTTT? nr. The New York Ledger has discarded the machine and is now set up by hand. Chattanooga Journeymen Barbers' Union admits colored barbers to membership. In Meadville, Pa., all the printing offices have agreed to nine hours without reduction of wages. Win. Saffin, Jr., of the Iron Holders' Union, was elected to the Legislature from one of the Cincinnati districts. In Toronto, Canada, the printing pressmen, who demanded an advance of $2" per week,, have compromised on a $1.50. The Ohio Baking Company, of Cleveland, and Lystad & Anderson, of Chicago, have signed agreements with the Bakers' Union. Tile Alan ta Central Labor Union elected Jerome Jones as delegate to the Detroit Convention of the American Federation of Labor. In Peoria, 111., the Typographical Union and proprietors of book and job offices have agreed to inaugurate the nine-hou- r for printers nnd pressmen on Nov. 21. Two years ago the Amalgamated Society of Engineers of England were defeated in an effort for an eight-hou- r day. Now they have 80,000 members and n full treas-ur- y and will try it again. The farmers who have regarded labor unions as little better than anarchists are catching on. The farmers near Binghamton, N. Y., have formed -- a union and adopted a label for their produce. Last Monday in order to force a settlement of the dispute between the men engaged in iron construction work and their employes regarding wages, the Trades and Labor Council has ordered out all union men working on buildings in Buf falo in which iron is being used. It is said that 4,000 are affected. At a meeting of the Council of the American Federation of Labor, which met in Washington last month, a great deal of business was transacted. Several misunderstandings that were in existence between different organizations affiliated with the body were straightened out by the Council and many things mapped out and planned for the benefit of organized labor. In connection with this that is, for the good of those who toil and are anxious tc improve the condition of labor the following resolution was adopted: "We advise strongly against tile practice which now exists in some industries, of working overtime beyond the established hours of labor. It is an instigator of the basest sclfislinesS.vn radical violation of union principles.aod whether on .piecework .o'rday work:itrl tewls to set bairktUe 'gcireraUvpBtPiff ' . day. lot tlie eigut-liou- r ORIGIN New Members Are Now licing Tuesday, Nov. And continuing: eleven days. No soliciting during these hours. 14 Added nt Every Meeting. Tlio.Luto Changes in the Laws Meeting "Vyitli General Favor. ALL SHOULD TAKE MEW INTEREST. KENTUCKY Admission, 10c; Season Tickets, 25c. 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 IrishrAmerican in . Business Men's Dinner from 12 to 2 O'clock THE EMPORIUM, 448 West Market Street, Bet. Fourth and Fifth. Call and look over our line of Christmas Presents, Edchre Prizes. Imported China Dinner Sets from $6.98 (o $40. Silver Knives and Forks as low as $2.98. HIGGINS & DtCRAW. FRANK FEAR BREWING INCOKPOBATKD. 60. BREWERS AND BOTTLERS. LOUISVIUIE, KY. :S33SS DANIEL DOUGHERTY. THOMAS KEENAN. Dounnertu UNDERTAKERS, imit-fna-ffeh-te- enti 1 All Calls Promptly Attended to, Day or Night. Carriages Furnished for All Occasions. '.riivir noivjij imo-2- . I 1 The largest meeting of the Irish American Society since before the fall carnival was held in Hibernian Hall Thursday evening, vith President Tom Keenan in the chair and all the officers present with the exception of Secretary Mark Ryan After receiving three applications for membership and the transaction of routine business the matter of holding a Robert Emmet anniversary celebration in March was taken under consideration. Final action was deferred until the installation of the officers to be elected next month. The election takes place December 21 and the installation at the January meeting, and already there is much interest felt in the mater, Circulars were ordered sent to the sev eral hundred members calling attention to the recent changes in the laws govern ing the society and the benefits to be derived by those in good standing. The insurance feature is one of the safest yet adopted by any organization and should bring the membership up to one thousand in a very short time. The uew laws went into effect September 1, and those who have uot had their names entered or paid their dues should do so at once, The treasury reports are beginning to show a flourishing condition Next Wednesday, November 22, will be night at the bazar for the Sisters of the Good Shepherd, and it was voted that all the members and their friends who can do so attend that even ing. Messrs. Thomas Geary, John Kenney and Eugene McShane have been doing great work for the society of late, and they are preparing a surprise for the members in the near future. Interesting talks were made by Will I,avler, Martin Minogue, M. W. Murphy and M. J. Minogue, and their suggestions met with the approval of all present. The officers earnestly request a full atledance of members at the next meet ing. ' There is Mo'nuestiop-ttft" t4lg'lfigM open tn tins organization, ana"- every should feel an interest in its success. Irish-AmericIrish-Americ- 5SY. WHEN DO WE 57AM FN WASHIN6TWJ most sprightly dialogue which is never commonplace and sometimes rises to heights of masterly eloquence and again subsides to the gentle, utterances of love or the homely expressions touching pathos. The fun is fast and furious at times, but is never allowed to take the interest from the plot oi the story, which is keenly and logically arranged and carried out. The .character types are splendidly drawn. .They are not ready made men and women, but develop bs the story proceeds. The- - company is well balanced. It is headed by Katie Putnam, who has been specially engaged for the beautiful role of Bossy, and includes Will II. Bray, the original Minister to Dahomey; James R. McCaun, the Maverick brandcr, and the original Texas Steer quartet. Col. Meffert could not present a more popular bill to local theatergoers than "The Power of the Press," which is underlined for next week. It is a graphic story of every day that has become lm mensely popular here. For years it played to standing room only at top prices. Now it will be presented at cheap prices for the tirst itime. New scenery has been painted; an augmented cast will he heard and every detail of a truly great show will be carried out. The play admits of elaborate scenic effects. It illustrates the1" imniense influence wielded by the "newfBaHer, mess in this fltoyand coufrtryFanaHMlweuceas repre sented in .this'dramai afeosMnvariablj exerted ton the side of right and justice and in defense of the weak and helpless. The main incident upon which the play is founded actually occurred in New York City, and was fully reported by the press. The wealth of scenery and accessories required have been building and painting for several weeks past for this great production, and will show the new Manhattan Athletic Club ; the poor dwelling of the working man ; a ship building yard in full operation ; a wharf on the East River with all the shipping ; the handsome apartments of a prima n donna in a fashionable hotel ; a banker's sanctum on wtdl street ; a sailor's shipping office and a vessel lying at anchor off the battery. "The Power of the Press " will doubtless be one of the greatest offerings of the stock season. up-tow' Kentucky and adjoining States. The Kentucky Irish American for the coming year will make features of Irish News, Church News, Society News, Home News, Labor News, Sporting News. Weekly Journal which is printed and mailed on Fridays, so that its city readers may take advantage of the announcements it contains and be directed where to make their Saturday purchases. TIiiRv AirjlL result in great- - benefi to our advertisers7wfttT'siiould remern1relrefacr that it has the Official Indorsement of the First-Clas- s It is a y. ' ' ' ' r ' OP THE HARP. EVAN SETTLE DEAD, Expires Suddenly at His Home in Owen ion Thursday Evening From Heart Trouble. I JOHN P. KELLY & SON HOTElL - RICHELIEU it. Mr- DEALERS IN CAFE AND RESTAURANT, 'Tis bellev'd that this harp, which I wake now for thee, Was a siren of old, who sang under the sea; And who often at eve thro' the bright waters rov'd, To meet on the green shore a youth whom she loved. But she loved him in vain, for he left her to weep, And in tears all the night her gold tresses to sleep, Till heaven look'd with pity on true love so warm, And chang'd to this soft harp the seamaiden's form. C ENTRAL I Vegetables, Produce. Groceries, M. J. SWEENY, Prop. Fresh Meats, Seventeenth and Bank Streets, Special attention given to family orders, and goods delivered to all parts of the city. M. MURPHY, DRAI.BR Hon. Evan E. Settle, Congressman from the Seventh district, dropped dead from heart disease at Owetitou Thursday 221 THIRD AVE. Private Dining Rooms. Open Day and eveuing. Mr. Settle was able and eloquent and one of the promising men of Night. Best of Wines and Cigars. THJrJTCI?I-ION'the State. Though an ardent partisan in 062. politics he was universally respected by the people, and in his demise Kentucky BROWN LEGHORNS. loses a good man. He had filled various minor offices, represented his county in Average 200 eggs a year. Eggs for o cents eacn. Two cockerels the Legislature and was elected last iiaictung November to his second term in Con for sale cheap. gress. His death causes a vacanny necessitating a special election in the CHAS. D, JACQUES, Seventh district, as the term does not 2422 St. Xavler. expire till March 4, 1901. LABOR UNION . - And the Representatives Unions of of the Trades IN Official figures which have recently appeared in England show the average of Wlnei. Liquors, Feed, Hay and Oraln, e Saving Bank deposits to be X. K. Cor. Seventeenth and Portland Ave. 1 1 ,13 in Scotland to .10 in England and 21 in Ireland. Heretofore it has been popularly supposed that "canny Scotch men" displayed many more of the quail A SUPERIOR FIRST CLASS g ties of thrift than their more 5 GROCERY AND SALOON, 1207 West Main Street, Louisville, English brethren, and decidedly more y Irishmen whose than the N. W. Cor. Nineteenth and Duncan. lack of frugality is often cited as a bar Fine Lunch and Music Saturday Night. rier to Ireland's commercial success. The BIG fact, however, is that many deeply-roote- d notions as to economy and savings are TO overthrown by the banking figures of various countnes. GKIS.PlWESIJi M. D. JOSEPH D. COONEY, POST-OFFIC- E SAVINGS BANK DEPOSITS. MANUFACTURER OF Post-offic- Lawler M LAWLER'S OIGAR. easy-goin- happy-go-luck- FOUR ROUTE Indianapolis Peoria AND POPULAR DICK SHANLEY. the-wee- CHICAGO AW POINXS IN Pfaggi INDIANA and . . . MICHIGAN. . . BEST TERMINALS . . UNION DEPOT Corner Seventh St, and River. CITY TICKET OFFICE No. 218 Fourth Ave. One of the pleasing events of at the bazar for the Sisters of the Good Shepherd wts the winning by Mr. Richard Shanley of the very hand some gold watch charm presented by the k Knights of Columbus. The prize was offered for the most popular Knight of Columbus in Louisville, and wlien the votes were counted Dick was found to have distanced all competitors. The com plinsent was worthily bestowed. When a wise man umVm a mistake it General Agent, Louisville, Ky. teaches him soenething. E. g. Mccormick, pm. Traf. Mgr., A wise woman doesn't find fault with WARREN J. LYNCH, A. G. P. A her cook in bet weather. CINCINNATI, O. A wise, man never teller his neighbors what hU Vxperlence coat. CENTRAL LABOR ONION Ignorance) in a booMly rirl is sweet simplicity in a pretty out, Reputation may be a bubble, but only CPPIOBR8. a fool trie to buret It. , Merit TsflH McOill, r' I Chance gives as relations, bat w moat Vice Piesitleut J. W, Stevens, make our own friends. Crre.sioii(!ing Secretary. Zeno M. He who rules with a rod of iron ahould Yo.ntf , MO Second street. Recording Secretary--- T. J. Huuneasy. aalect a malleable one. Financial 3ei!rtMrv Charles When tke public baa faith in writer Treasurer WiJUant 'r-- . J. QAT1$8, POINTED SAYIHG. improve with each succeeding year and is now said to be fuunier than ever. His company is composed of the very cream of the vaudeville profession and includes the celebrated Lady Cecil Troupe of eight graceful dancers, especially imported by Devere for his present tour. They will appear in spectacular and character da .ces and promise to be a revelation in this style of entertainment. The original Newsboys' Quartet will amuse with their own peculiar style of dancing and singing. The youngsters are all clever artists and they have already established themselves as local favorites. O'JWen and Buckley, the musical comedian, are talented instrumentalists, and whik playing music', manage t'o keep the audience in a jolly good huwor, as will also the charming Walker staters, in tlJeir pleasing duets in the song of the day, and the Murphys, the acrobatic artists. The wonderful cineograpb will exhibit many moving pictures of interest and also some comic views. Views' of land and naval battles in the Philippines, marvelously true to life, scenes from well known comedies, operas, s4e., will be shown. The show opens Ssith a jolly curtain raiser, "The Female. Rounders," which introduces the company of thirty-fiv- e people in a continuous round of hilarious fun and tuneful mslody. For a closing feature is a laughable ,bnrUque, entitled "The Crab," emactsd by Hilly O'Brien. Lew Buckley, Annie Leslie, Sadie Larner and Blanche, Murphy) te Still her bosom rose fair, still her cheeks smiled the same; treat seems to be in store for the patrons of the Buckingham next week, While her sea beauties gracefully form'd the light frame, when Sam Devere and his own company of carefully selected vaudeville artists And her hair, as, let loose, o'er her white arm it fell, fawill hold the boards. This vorite has not paid Louisville a visit for Was chang'd to bright cords, uttering melody's spell. several seasons, but .vaudeville devotees will have no trouble in recalling jolly Hence it came that this soft harp so long Saui and his original comicalities in hath been known black face. From all reports he seems to To mingle lovfi's language with sorrow's A old-tim- He SinwiDtion Price IS ONLY Invariably, in advance, and for this small sum we promise to continue to issue one of the e 8 1 PER YEAR, sad tone; Till thou didst divide them and teach the fond lay To speak love when I'm near thee and Moore. grief when awayl CARDINAL GIBBONS. The Distinguished Catholic Prelate Was in Tuesday's Railroad Accident Near This City. Thursday morning a serious railway collision occurred at Pleasure Ridge Park, about eight miles south of this cjty, in which five persons were badly hurt. The trains wore these of the Illinois Central and the Louisville, Henderson & St. Lotds, the former being behind time. It was a miraculous escape for the passen gers, among whom were Cadinal Gibbons, Bishop Foley, Fathers John Boland and W. A. Reardon, who were returning to Baltimore from New Orleans, where the Cardinal and Bishops had been in conference with Archbishop Chappeltc. The moat seriously injured were Engi neer Lowther, who is now at hi home on West Kentucky street, and Fireman Cassln, of 1409 Seventh street, whose side and leg were severely bruised. G. B. Shaw, the postal clerk, was at first thought to be fatally iujured, but hopes re entertained for his recovery. ' The injured were at once brought to this pity, where everything possible was done for their comfort and reHef, At'CQY TO M6BT MAKA, .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 . 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. vj 'JC Address all Correspondence and Business Communications to the THREATENED WTtTI PNEUMONIA. Fx. sergeant at Arma-aaHMW- i Thomas A.' Mulligan, tbe genial man ager of thcLouisviik; Hotel, is quite ill ' and threatened with f n attack of pneu monia. His absence it noted by the guests of this poptdaf bote), with whom' be always spent a pejrapa.of his evening. Besides he is a list, and tosa.rdflitftJnr re. the struggle. The date has been set for December 11, The limit Is twenty five rounds. The dab has decided to bang up a pure of $5(0, m. Tn Marquts ytujaaarj hum win After considerable talk a match between Peter Mabsx and Kid McCoy has been ratified in New York. The Coney Island Sporting club will be the scene of km wm m sin181 GIN STREET. - a? REOPENING. LIBRARY HALL Old Bijou Theater. MATINEES EVERY DAY 10c and 2flc. EVERY NIGHT 10c, 15c and 25c. IRELAND. Record of IRISHMEN HISTORIC SCI ENES HIBERNIANS. SECOND ANNUAL BALL TO BE GIVEN BV the Host Important of Fought for American Independence Anglo-Maniathe Recent Events Culled cs From Exchanges. Were Tories. Will Be Presented in Pictures What They Have Been Doing at the Bijou Next the Past Week General Week. News Notes. The Bijou Theater 'will be reopened next Tuesday night for an engagement of five nights by the Electric Extravaganza Company. This company will introduce new features in animated pictures, song illustrations and vaudeville. The most perfect moving picture machine that has been patented will show the great land parade, headed by Admiral Dewey. The great naval hero will also be pictured in the act of receiving the sword from Secretary Long and in action at Manila. The battle scenes of the Cuban and Philippine Other wars will also be reproduced. pictures will be the international yacht race between the Shamrock and Columbia and the big Windsor.Hotel fire. An interesting musical programme wi!lalso be rendered. The prices will be low, nnd there will be daily matinees. OLD MAN'S fl 1) 9 fl --THANKSGIVING a It was an Irishman from Maghera, At the police office on Tuesday, in Charles Thompson, who was the guiding Cork, Ellen Johnson, a young woman of about twenty-thre- e years of age, was spirit of the Congress and convention that DEWEY AND ADMIRAL charged in custody with having, at Alfred adopted our declaration of independence It was an street, in that city, murdered her male nnd framed our conititutlon. LUMIERE'S CINNEMET06RAPH Irishman's son from Wexford, John infaut, aged two months. The facts of Vaudeville Acts, the case have been published nlready. Nixon, that first read the declaration of Refined and High-clas- s independence in public to the people in beginliig Nov. 21, ending Nov. 25. The accused was remanded. was an Irishman At the Sligo Borough Court on Tues- Independence Square; it from Tyrone, John' Dunlap, that first day a militiaman named James Derham published the declaration. It was charged with having been drunk and printed and W. H. MEFFERT, MANAGER. was an Irishman, this same John Dunlap, disorderly and assaulting the police. The MEFFERT STOCK COMPANY accused when arrested shouted "Success that published the first daily paper printIrishman IN to the Boers," and he knocked down and ed in the United States. It was an from Donegal, Gen. Richard Montgom-er- s, kicked a constable and tore his tunic. He that first fell while commanding an was cent to jail for n month. army fighting for our independence. It Kilkenny at the present time presents was an Irishman from Wexford, OF THE John an incident unique of its kind, in the fact Barry, who was first Commodore of the Matinee daily at 2:15. Night at 8:15. that two superb churches are being simul- American navy. It was an irishman's Popular Prices 10c, 15c, 25c, 35c and taneously erected not far apart within the son, Gen. Henry Knox, mat lougnt in 50c. No higher. city. More remarkable still is the cir- every battle in which Washington was cumstance that one of these is being engaged, nnd was first Secretary of War. raised at the cost of a single individual, It was an Irishman that wrote the first the estimated outlay being $150,000, Vaudeville Theatre In America. Finest history of the United States. It was an At Strabane and Lifford petty sesslosn COMMENCING Robert Fulton, that gave WtCV HUVi sunday matinee, U(l f Q on Monday a woman named Ellen Parks Irishman's son, c? nttK America the credit of inventing steam was charged with having cruelly Xatlneei Sunday. Monday, Wednesday, Satarda navigation. It was an Irishman's granda child named Loughrey. One of the son, Samuel Finlay Breese Morse, that in child's eyes was blackened, the side of vented telegraphy. It was the descendant the head was contused and there were of an Irishman, McCormick, that invent eighteen wounds on the body. The de- ed the reaping and mowing machine, and The Only SAM DEVERE The Only fendant was sent to jail for three months. another descendant of an Irish emigrant, In his songs and sayings. OnTuesday evening a serious farmyard Horace Greeley, with a smashed down Supported by specialists, among whom fire occurred on the premises of Thomas hat and breeches no better than corduroy, are the Murphys, O'Brien and Buckley, Hogan, Jr., at Ballinaclough, within that "founded the Tribune." Three Leons, Walker Sisters, etc. the three miles of Nerjagh. A valuable hay It was Irishmen and their sons, in THE WONDERFUL CINEOGRAPH With its moving Comic and War Scenes. barn, recently erected by Messrs. Hill Philadelphia, merchants and soldiers, and Smith, was destroyed and several heroes and patriots, who in the darkest hundred tons of hay were also consumed. hours of the revolution, when the English The property destroyed is estimated at elements were rejoicing over the disasters WATHEH the value of $2,000. of Washington and his army, gave their The Lord Mayor of Dublin and John money and their swords to the cause E. Redmond, M. P., received from Bos- whjch, without them, might have been ton, Mass., an extensively signed invita- lost. They were mostly members of the tion to visit the United States, with n Friendly Sons of St. Patrick, a society view to raising funds for the erection of then flourishing in Philadelphia, and inthe proposed statue to the late Charles S. cluding the following members: Gen. Parnell. The Lord Mayor cabled a reply Stephen Moylan, of Cork, and his three accepting the invitation, and stating that brothers; George Meade, one of whose himself and Mr. Redmond would sail in descendants commanded and conquered at Gettysburg; Matthew Meade, who October. Anthony MufFeney, Ballina, and An- fought with Paul Jones on the Bonhotnme 620 Eighth St. and Highland ond thony McGuire, County Councillor, Bally-castl- Richard, and his brothers; Thomas one of the framers of the conBaxter Avenues. were arrested on warrants for speeches delivered at the United Irish stitution; John M. Nesbitt, whose timely 05c League meeting held a few Sundays ago efforts in sending provisions saved WashVanilla and Lemon, per gal 75c Fruits and Chocolates, per gal at Knockmore, near Bellina, which it was ington's army from starvation; Thomas 75c Coffee and Banana, per gal Barclay, who gave ,5,000 for the relief $1.00 alleged were calculated to intimidate a Almond and Macaroon, per gal McClena-gha$1.00 to $1.25 man named Hughes, who took an evicted of Washington's army; Blair Bisque and Tuttifrutti who gave "10,000; John Barcla, $1.00 farm some time ago, but surrendered it Bricks and Euchre 65c before the close of the meeting referred to. afterward Mayor of Philadelphia; Col. Sherbets and Ices 50c Sweet Cream According to a return issued by the Ephraim Blaiu, John Bleakly, a wealthy Government the number of eviction citizen and public benefactor; Gen. All kinds of Fine Cakes made and notices filed in Ireland for the quarter Richard Butler and his four brothers; Candy Pullings to order. ended June 30, 1899, was 1,307, of which Robert Gray, of Gray's Ferry; Capt. John served on short notice. twenty were filed in the Queen's Bench Green? "who commanded the first Ameriand 1,287 in the county courts. Mayo can vessel sailing to China; Gen. Edward AND CREBM tnengntnana Hand," wlio was caned stands bichesNHHfWt&07r-DoMs- . - i. '. I . Gen nviuianinr- with 147 and 102 man of' Washington vo, ougo oz, iyrone vine; George Latimer, Speaker of the respet iiveiy, 70, Galway 58, Roscommon 50, Leitrim Pennsylvania Assembly; James Logau, Talsphones 2144 and 2588. 54, no other county being over 60. son of the confidential friend and adviser gSTSpecial rales to hotels, dealers and At the quarterly meeting of the New of William Penn; Col. Francis Nichols, large orders. Ross District Council John Cummins, whom Washington appointed first Mar Chairman, proposed the following resolu- shal of the District of Pennsylvania; tion: "That all Irish members of Par Oliver Pollock, who secured a timely liament be called upon by their constitu- supply of gunpowder to Washington; encies to ask of the Government power Gen. Thomas Kobmsou, Gen. Walter Boy Colonel;" Gen. Will 5 for the County Councils to impose a Stewart, "the and Gen. Anthony Wayne. AVR 111 CnllDTH n W attfae trifling tax on each county for the sup- iam Thompson vvniu All these and many more who conport of the members of Parliament for each county." air. Rossiter seconded the tributed liberally in money and service resolution, which was passed unani- to the cause ot Washington were members of this same Irish society, the mously. Friendly Sous of St. rut rick, composed ti On Tuesday night a meeting was held exclusively of Irishmen and their sons, Complete Line in the court-housMonasterevan, to form and of which Washington himself was a a scheme for the promotion of the work or member, becoming a naturalized of the lighting of the place. A lively in adopted Irishman, to qualify him for terest was taken in the matter and the These Irishmen were membership. 8 attendance was fairly large. On the mo among the most refined and elegant gen of ti tionRev.Thomas Scott the chair was taken tlemen with whom Washington associated by J. Donovan. J. Ready was ap- in Philadelphia, whose population even pointed Secretary. On the motioi. of W. then was very largely Irish. Kennedy, seconded by Rev. Canon While Irishmen were copiously shed Smithwick, it was resolved that the apding their blood on every battlefield of plication be forwarded to the Local GovHAKER OF FIND the j'oung republic from Bunker Hill to ernment Board to hold a local inquiry Yorktown, the crudest and bitterest into the matter. opponents they contended against were At the last meeting of the Gort District the Tories of Btitish birth and extraction 1708 Seventh Street, Work (tombed and Repairing Neatly Done. Council an application was made for a who stood loyally by King George and bridge over the river at a place called his ministry. It is the descendents of Kilifin, where the water is about fifty the latter who today sing "God Save the MY SPECIALTY IS FINE WHISKY, feet wide and at a point where it inter- Queen" and entwine the Stars and sects the public road. The Rev. Father Stripes with the Union Jack. They are O'Farrell explained the great necessity of the Americans who eagerly debuilding a bridge over this river, which, sire an alliance with the "mother counalthough eighteen miles long, is not try." They will be checkmated, howcrossed by a single bridge. F. Persse, ever, by the as their 1521 Portland Ave. agent on the Loughcoutra estates, in- forefathers were in Revolutionary days. formed the District Councillor that he Intermountain Catholic. was authorized by Lord Gough to say that he would give $500 toward the buildAQUINAS UNION ENTERTAINMENT. ing of this miich-neede- d bridge. But ON ACCOUNT OF The Aquinas Union will give their annotwithstanding this generous offer and the number of persons already drowned nual dramatic entertainment at Library DAY in this river for want of a bridge, the ap- Hall Thanksgiving night, November 30. plication was rejected by a majority of tney win nut cm a three-ac- t farce en three votes, although it was suggested titled "Three Hats and a Pair of Gloves," VIA that by borrowing the money from the which, if the title indicates anything, Beard of Works and extending payment will leave plenty of room for fun. The of loan over a period of ten years it would following list of ladies and gentlemen, un November zutu ana 3Utn tue popu not cost the union more than one farthing which comprises some of the best ama the .pound for that period. teur talent in Louisville, will take part in lar "Big Four Route" will sell ticketa be- in the entertainment: Misses Katie Beatrice tween all stations within a distance of 150 SECOND ANNUAL BALL. Lannin, Nora Ahem, Llllie Curley and miles from starting point at a rate of Miss Bronert; Messrs. John Bell, John The second annual ball of the Hiber- Crotty, Walter. Hensley, Thomas Casey, ONE-THIRD ME ADD FARE nian Knights will take place at Lieder-kran- z William Hendricks, Martin Fitzgibbone, HalL.Monday night, and there ia William Durrett and Frank, Cunning' FOR THE ROUND TRIP. every indication that it will prove the ham. They are sure to have a good at Ticket will b Good for Return to and w enjoyable ever given by the gallant tendance, as those who have witnewwd including December 1, 189. xnma souiier ooys. rue various coin sut- their performances in the poet were well For full information ami particulars tu tees have been hard at work foe several pkeaed with the entertainment which to raws, ucaeis, limits, etc., call on weeks, and nothing has been left undone was given tbent. " Agents "Big or address the that will add to the pleasure of the cca undersigned. ' PRBS1DBKT McATBiR. ion. Bc$des the regular programme -- chore QATES. General S. J. rj The Board of Bqualixadon organized will be introduced tome e ; Irian ,.) ,LOUISVILL, KY. dances, participated in by old and young, thi week with John McAtecr as preei W ARRB.V J, 'LYMCH, W. P, , dent, nnd will hold Marions daily until A. O. P, & T, A. They will prore very iuteresrW. Gen. P. fcT. Agt CINCINNATI, O, Capt. Breea, Lieut HallUuin, Col, Joe the first of December. Mr. XcAtaer's Taylor, Jim. Xeane, Tom Langan, Tim election aa President was a recognition A Klrike of union men last Monday tied Sullivan, Con Kalhhan, Con O'Learv. of hia fitness for the position and is a up the Consolidated street-calines. Tom Laogau, Terence McHugh, Tom guarantee that all complaint will receive The trouble arose over the refusal of the Lynch and others will esrve on the re- juat consideration at the hauda of the company to recognize the newly orjrajn- - ception onaumtto. The music will be board. LonU Stein, tlc weif known mmmpet men, will o&cUu e SoctetWv ROinn and rcuiarato emptoy ea alleged rnrntafced by tfnrf. The meeting of Presidents called for Tuesday evening failed to materialize. Edward Clancy was given a hearty welcome nt the last meeting of Division 1.' nt 0 NEW LIEDERKRANZ HALL, CORNER SIXTH AND WALNUT STREETS. TEMPLE THEATER. THE POWER PRESS. S0NQ. BUCKINGHAM 11. T, J, 'Twas beyond at Macreddin, nt Owen Doyle's weddln', The boys got the pair of us out for a ' reel. "Says I, "Boys, excuse us." Says they, "Don't refuse us." "I'll play nice an aisy," says Larry O'Neill. So off we went trippln' it, and up an r down steppin' it, Herself and Myself on the back of a ' doore; Till Molly God bicss her! fell into 4 the dresser, An' I tumbled over the child on the ' floore. Says Herself to Myself, "We're as young as the best o' them." Says Myself to Herself, "Shure we're better than gold." Says Herself to Myself, "We're as young as the rest o' them." Says Myself to Herself , "Troth, we'll never grow oldi" As down the lane II lit s, e, n, nWWtUE tJgbriTuTesrauatrfSH1""1 I"w gpin', I felt my heart growiu' years As young as it was forty-fiv- e ago, MACKIN COUNCIL. 'Twas here in thisboreen I first kissed by storeen The entertainment to be given at LiA sweet little colleen with skin like brary Hall November 29 by the Cecilian the snow. Dramatic Club, for the benefit of Mackin I looked at my woman a song she was Council Home Fund, promises to be one of the most largely attended affairs of hummin' As old as the hills so I gave her a this kind ever given in the city. The company is composed of some of the pogue 'Twas like our old courtin', half serious, best amateur talent in Louisville. Be sides the support of every member of half sportin', When Molly was young an' when Mackin Council, which is assured, the Louisville Lodge of Elks have promised hoops were in vogue. to assist in making this affair a success. When she'd say to Myself, "You can They have also received assurances from coort with the best o' them.' the Norwood Club, one of the most pop - When I'd say. to Herself, nrelta- ular organizations' of the East End, that fkj better,' thani MMlVjmWaiwtu:tlsnA..m..fl rfWueat:sfie!d Cromwell Club, of the West bodi-T- he En'd, have also tendered their services to And I'd say to. Herself, "Troth, I'm this popular council. They will attend time enough old." the entertainment in a body. P. J. McCall in the Gael. . consolidation of all the divisions with Division 4. NOT IN A TRUST. UNION MADE. A cordial invitation is extended every Hibernian in the Falls Cities to attend the next meeting of Division 1. There should be a large turn out of Hibernians next week when thcy.attend the bazar for the Sisters of the Good Shepherd. Division 11, of Fall River, Mass., is in SOMETHING GOOD. SOMETHING NEW. a flourishing condition, and bids fair to Manufactured by LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WORKS. be the banner council of the city in a Made from selected Burley Tobacco. The best Irish Whisky (Pdtheen) and short time. The division now numbers flavoring enter into its composition. 300 members, and is increasing rapidly. The ball of the Hibernian Knights, at the new Liederkranz Hall Monday night, ought to be one of the most successful ever given. The various committees have left nothing undone that will add to the pleasure of the occasion. A smoke-tal- k was held in Knights of INCORPOBATBD. St. Rose Hall, Boston, under the patronMAIN-STEEE- T age of Division 62, Roxbury. The proceedings opened with a concert after which the Hon. John R. Murphy delivered an address on "The Progress of the Celt in America." County President Murphy and President John Hennessy, of Division 4, were among the visitors at the meeting of AND Both Division 3 Wednesday evening. made some very timely and encouraging remarks for the good of the division and KY. the order in general. The third annual ball of Division 42 of Boston, was held in Roughan Hall, Charlestown, and the guests included a a number of the Presidents of the sixty-nin- e divisions in the city and county, as well as the officers of the Suffolk County Directory. The march was led by PresiSt. Catherine. dent Thomas H. Maguire, the floor director, and Mrs. Maguire. MONDAY NIGHT, NOV. tO, CHEW 1 POT!WW r TOBACCO. I LAGER BEER PORTER ill I DUETS orders for family use. III ft BREWEEY II Hot IT'S PURE. LOUISVILLE, Seventh and 11 JsLiQJbt. WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. Frank Fehr's Beer always on tap. Special attention paid to Imneh Day and JOHN P. OBRTEL, BUTCHERTOWN BREWERY, CREAM COMMON BEER 1400-140- 4 Telephone 891. Story Avenue, LOUISVILLE, KY tMyto)ljffotttre ORIGIN OF DIXIE. LIMERICK FOOTBALL ELEVEN. Everybody The Limerick football eleven has or ganized for the season and may be seen practicing nightly at the Athletic Club grounds. It is composed as follows: Dave Burke, center rush; John Doolan, right end; Jim Sexton, left end; Pat Lannin, right guard; Dennis Tangney, left guard; John Dunn, quarter back; Pat O'Keefe, right half back; Will Schnell, left half back; John Chawk, full back. Dr. C. F. Melton, who was so successful with the Melton baseball team, has agreed to act as manager for the football eleven. WHITESQN'S CLOTHING. . has heard 1 and 1 sung L 1 'alsh the Tailor, I ft 'Dixie." hut very few know the origin of the song or that the author is still .. '. 1. 1". living, uaniei .uecaiur xvuiuicu, mc ( Examine e, Fall Suitings. 0. J. CALLAHAN, Boots and Shoes The new clothing store recently opened at Fourth and Market by Mr. Whiteson, late of the Mammoth, makes its first an nouncement in our columns this week. His stock is perhaps the finest in this city, being entirely new, and our readers are requested to examine the men's and boys' suits there before making purchases. Every garment will be found as represented and nt the most reasonable prices. Our friends should bear these facts in miud, and also mentien that they read the announcement in the Kentucky Irish American. ROSA BONHEUR'S author, is old and poor; only lately he .. ... - .. TT nc uirinuay, passed nis eigmy-ioun- u Years ago ne of a nernilt. lives the life ceased to receive any compensation fom the songs that made him famous. Like many an author, he has time to reflect that fame is often its own reward. Half a century ago, when Emmett was living in New York, he entertained a musical club to which he belonged by blacking himself with burnt cork and interspersing his jokes witn "coon songs." inus tne "Old "negro minstrel" was originated. Dan Tucker" was another of his "Dixie" was written in haste one Sunday and sung the following night at the theater, mating a tremendous nit. Fortune smiled on him, but he made no nruvislon for the evil davs when fortune's frown would darken his life. Living poor and alone with only memories to cheer him, there is but little hope that his condition will be bettered before he dies. com-nositlo. GOTO ItELEPHONEl 53. KLEIDERER, 354 Fourth Avenue, Near Jefferson. Suits and overcoats $25 and ud. Has JIM MOORE'S PLACE Cheap Rates 1 A.. O. just received his WILL H. New Fall and Winter Importations. J rue Bcsr is the Irish-America- "BIG FOUR ROUTE." Fpur-Rotrte,- Ajnt, old-tim- r' -- .. .v..,-i.- i DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Wednesday Evenings af Each Montn, President Patrick T. Sullivan. Vice President Phil Cavanangh. A.T.0ftAVSS MONOffliB. Recording Secretarr JohnCavanaugh Financial Secretary N. J. Sheridan, In the Town Hail, Yonghal, at a large meeting of tbm Meade of A. T. Graves, )18Lytle street. Treasurer George J. Butler. manager of the Provincial Bank, be waa presented with an IlieunuMted addrew, DIVISION 4 dog cart and cheque on the occasion of Meets on the Second and Foutk Wednes hie promotion to the managership at day SvenJnge of Been Month. President John H, Henaeeey, Birr. Richard Catar presided and reVice President Thomas Lynch. ferred at length to the many good qualiRecording Secretarr John J. Grose, ties of Mr. Gmvw'Jwho during his thirfinancial Secretary George Flam, teen years' residence In Youghal had 4Sw Bast liray street. made for himself ai hosV of friend and Treasurer Harry Brady. had been a bene! to the town by his a DIVISION: successful efforts in" organising band the First and Third Tuesday promenades, laws tennis, golf club and Ueeth C. pttYentoga of Kach atontn otner smumrrwatii! They all regretted Prendent Frank G. Cunniughtm. hi leaving fatJH& and bad met there Vice President John B. Yenner. njjMB-wmMi- iir to mi tna eatecm nm(dlBiaerattrr I J A l iiiwii IMM iMliliiM Hw Mile. Rosa Bonhehr, the noted animal painter, who died in the early spring of this past year, willed her chateau, lands anil naititinp in an Aiiimrlran iir1. Miss Anna Klumpke, of San Francisco, CaU Miss Klumpke, whe is one of five noted sisters, was studying art in Paris when r. she became acquainted with Mile. So strong did the friendship of these two gifted women became that Miss Bonheur before her death was never seen without her friend, Miss Klumpke, The famous portrait of. Mile. Bonheur was painted by this talented young Caltfor-nian- . Miss Klumpke has presented sev eral fine painting by her friend to the French Government, besides dividing the balk of the eetete and valuables left her by Mile. Bonheur to the immediate relatives of the dead artiste. Bon-hcu- DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tuesday Evenings of Each Month. President Thomas Keenan. Vice President Tim J. Sullivan. Recording Secretary Thomas J. Dolan Financial Secretary Peter Cusick, 132 Twentieth street. Treasurer John Mulloy. chepcst 4 I'enrnanptiip, jSor77iancC t y fiend fbr fktelyue. -- r mo ... x r m mi m, . a DIVISION 2 Meets on the Second and Fourth Thurs Seven experienced teachers, each one a specialist in his line. Graduates ff day Evenings of Each Month. President William T. Meehan. this college preferred by business houses. There are other schools than oum, but none that can offer our facilities. Vice President Thomas Camfield. Recording Secretary John Mooney. Financial Secretary John T. Keauey, 1335 Rogers street. -Treasurer Owen Keiren. ITALIAN SWISS 219-22- 7 COLONY WINE CO., West Jefferson Street. WHALLEN BROTHERS, WWH.ESALK ANO N8TAM, fHtAUWS W Propra., LIQUORS OP THOROUGH SPELL C NDt , 'IISJL THIRD AMD HHR8 MAS Tr lfciJIVVfUf- - YOU ARK FOR OMIIUSSW GUN, Mi m mmiiMtmmmxs, Mac.