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LOUISVILLE: SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1899. tlonal Democratic conventions of 1870 LACE CURTAIN LAUNDRY, We Uad, aad never follow. Oar work la laaadcrlag lace curtains at 2c a pair Ives en tire satisfaction. Work called (or and delivered. First-clas- s serlce. MAD. BABEY, 625 Second St. Telephone 2W1. FLUME III. NO. 22. and 1880. In the latter year he became a member of the Democratic State Committee, and PRICE FIVE CENTS. HON. PAT COLLINS. An Irishman "Who Has Attained Prominence anil Reflects Credit on His Knee. Son of Poor Parents, With Lim- SISTERS' BAZAR ited Opportunities, Makes Ills Way Up. Has Held Positions of Trust and Was Always True to Ireland's Cause. CANDIDATE FOR MAYOR OF BOSTON. Gen. Patrick Collins was nominated for Mayor by the Democratic convention in Boston last week on the first ballot, he having 187 votes to 104 for John R. Murphy. Gen. Collins, who was Consul General to London under Cleveland'a second administration, is one of the most prominent sons of Ireland in the East. Patrick A. Collins, of Massachusetts, has been in many respects the most repin politics in resentative recent years. When the Democratic party came into power in 1884 his appointment to a Cabinet position was strongly urged. He presided at the St. Louis convention in 1888, where Cleveland was again nominated, and made n powerful address. He was afterward appointed Consul General to London, a position he filled with honor. He has a high reputation as an orator. He is the foremost Democratic legislator in New England, and possesses many of the strongly marked characteristics of his race, combined with those of the true American citizen. His ability, both at the bar and in public life, has attracted the attention of all classes of citizens throughout the United States. His eloquence on the platform has been admired and praised by press and people at home and abroad. As a lawyer he .has out." distinguished himself by his successful M. J. Gathof We are sorry. Can give management of many important cases In 1888 he peremptorily declined the no cash discount or rating. Terms spot which have involved large interests. Congressional honors. use of his name for The story of his life is eventful. He He was a member of the Judiciary Com cash on delivery. J. B. Stickler The. day4ofitheMceman was born near Fermoy, County Cork, mittee during his whole service in Con tifisWcUltb gas passeu;-- , t iipiuciwMi. rrvi ssot a 12, 1844, the same year, rrragiHP1 Ireland, March iwpTffniMgnn"r"BCfto"3 nUti 'wftHiTDa-vis- ; tFuTcafn "byt?"B!? in' wu'iUi ulYuiiiiii!liii!ri7 many proposed acts of legislation, among Tony Landenwich Buy a wiener wurst. Every year on Memorial Day Louis Painters and Decorators G. H. Hun colorings together with profuse decorations presented a most beautiful appear- France in 1799. Coming to Virginia iu John Bo- y- O'Reilly and John E. Fitz- others the bankruptcy bill. He Headed The little girl has Fountain Ferry skinned ville Lodge has as guest a distinguished ter, E. Baries and H. Crandall. estate there of, a His parents were the Massachusetts delegation to the Na trmlrl. were bom. The delegates from the Association of ance. Solemn High Mass was sung. 1773, he inherited the to death. Her cry beats your waiters of Elk who delivers the principal address. At the outbreak of ttnrtholomew and Mary Leahey Collins. tional Democratic convention at St. Louis Employes were also The music rendered by the choir was deceased brother. This year the orator will be Hon. C. E. Street Railway 'beer, cigars and lemonade." colomost elaborate. Prof. E. Eichhorn played hostilities between Britain and the Patrick was the youngest ot a large fami in 1888; he was unanimously chosen per Lurn Simons No. thanks. We do not Pickett, of Waterloo, la. lie is a weii- - seated. nies he offered his services to Congress an inanent Chairman and presented with the ly, and his father died when he was A number of communications were the offertory piece. The solos sung by kiiown attorney and lias taken high rank have to have a claim shaved. r i. infant. upon, the most important Misses Henrietta Bauer, Theresa and and was made Lieutenant in our infant silver gavel which he wielded on that M. J. Baunon Your bid for vitrified among tUe iSlKS. tie IS a uuuuci ui read and acted to In 1848 his mother immigrated He possesses the magnetic quail brick must be in at once. The lettings the Grand Lodge. Mr. Pickett's lamer being from the Commerce Commission of Paula Rosen and Messrs. Soete and Gott-bra- tt navy. "Being assigned to sea duty, he quickly Aym prim? first settled in Boston, after showed careful and studious training ties that typify our most eminent public will be made in the morning. was a Kentuckian, und he has n special the State of New York, requesting the capward in Chelsea. Young Collins attended speakers; his commanding presence, dig of the workingmen of this by the most the most efficient of organ- showed himself an intrepid officer, F. Curran Which is proper, Will you desire to see this State. Richter. Her handling turing many prizes from the British and Dublic schools of the latter place, but nified and pleasing, is no less attractive the The exercises in the afternoon at the city in snpport of the measures to be ists, Miss Agnes have a drink or will yon take a dnuk? elaborate accom- inking swift and sudden blows for the at the early age of twelve years obtained than the tones of his resonant voice, Ask the operator. Temple will be interesting. The mem presented at the next session of Congress of the organ and the as an errand boy in the which is clearly heard in the largest displayed a talent not often cause of liberty. employment Father Lynch Which do you enjoy bers of the lodge will assemble in the in behalf of American shipping interests. paniments Mr. A. A. Richy directed the In the fall of 1776 he was promoted attenoffice of a Boston lawyer. He left to work halls. His style of oratory isforceful, with. the most, the bazar or Father Lambert's lodgeroom at 1:30 o'clock, and march to The Commerce Commission calls great met in a Chelsea store, where he remained terse and convincing, impressing an audi lectures? He passed the evening Solemn Vespers to Captain and continued his gallant of this In it up to the opera- the theater in a body. The Elks will tion to the long neglectpresent time 90 choir.sung, and a sermon delivered by prowess against the foe. In 1777 he took ,i,.r5nir the following winter. His brief ence with the sincerity of an honest man was wear silk badges. The" programme of trade, stating that at the tor. to Europe experience in the law office kindled with whose utterances are full of good pur per cent, of the American shipping is be- Rev. Father Logan.O. P., and again the the United States ship Ranger Jim Whallen Your brother is a power exercises is as follows: and the next year received from a French in him a desire for the legal profession, poses, supported by logical proofs and behind the throne. Adolph Moses, Tem ing done in foreign vessels built on for- choir displayed what faithful rehearsing Invocation Rev. the first salute ever given the and doubtless shaped his later course, devoid of false coloring. Gen. Collins eign shores. Congress will be asked to will do. The "O Salutaris" sung by Tohn Whallen The operator would ple Adas Israel. 'Cello Solo Berceuse American flag in foreign waters by a subsequently removed to has resided at Mt. Ida, Dorchester, siuce Thl family Schmidt, boprano pass resolutions calling for an American- - Miss Henrietta Bauer for Benediction like to have a season pass to the Buck Goddard Prof. Karl the west, and at fourteen years of age he 1887, having removed there from South The operator says as yet he has not re Solo "Angels Ever Bright and Fair" and American-manne- d was superb. The solos in the "Tant-u- European warship. built, Amencan-owne- d "In April, 1778, he descended upon the coal fields of Ohio; Boston. There, with his devoted wife wasftelving in the Ergo" were rendered with much care merchant marine for our foreign M. Stone. Address-R- ev. Handel Mrs. J. ceived it. English coast, landed his bluejackets and eielft vears later he was an upholsterer in and three chirdren, his best days of peace The proposition was by the different soloists. Albert Wilson Griffin. Quarte- t- carrying trade. Mr. John Deppen Will this suit yon? marines, scaled the cliffs of Whitehaven, Boston . and a member of the Massachu and happiness are enjoyed within their heartily indorsed and Representative Pilgrim's Chorus" (Tannhauser) To Most Auvoue If you refuse me PARNELL HOMESTEAD SAVED. British cannon and spiked thirty-eigyears setts Legislature; at twenty-sihome. will urge favorable action by the Wagner Choir Temple Adas Israel. Young you will lose me. pread consternation throughout the of the Massachusetts State Senmember Federation of Labor conven Tammany Hall saves the Parnell home country. Albert Smith This is no dead one, but Address Bro. C. E. Pickett, Waterloo, American the STATE FEDERATION. ate, to which body he was tion. Iowa, Lodge No. 290.' Barytone Solo very much alive. stead in County Wicklow, Ireland, from 'While commanding an American and following year, and in his fortieth year The General Executive Board of the passing under the hammer of the auctionMr. John Ryan There are pumps and ' There is a Green Hill Far Away " in 1779, with the he was elected to Congress. He began Address of Central Labor Urv National Clothing Cutters' and Trimmers' eer by subscribing 15,000, which is $3,000 French squadron Gounod Bro. Peter Schlicht. Quartet there are not pumps. Ask S. H. Richard as his flagship, he met a most unpromising circumlife under the Choir Union requested the assistance of the in excess of the mortgage. Accompany A Hymn of Praise" Rutenber Ion to Organized Labor bill? Nic Bosler What's the off the Scottish coast stances; from the law office and store to Union upon the occasion ing the draft was the following personal British squadron In Kentucky. W. J. McBtide, the popular agent of the Second Presbyterian Church. Benedi- Central Labor convoying a merchant fleet to the Baltic, farm, coal mine, machine shop and the than any- - ctionRev. Alfred Wilson Griffin. Ac- of the visit here of their representative, letter from Mr. Croker, dated Novem- With night fallen upon the scene, he at C, received more telegrams ft grind-ston- e mill of Ohio he rose gradual was granted, and also the services ber 2: one in tlie bouse, lie was noerai iu a companists Miss Grace Waters and Mrs. which Nov, LOUISVII.I.H, Ky., tacked the enemy and for three hours ly, but positively, ny nara worn, paueni of the Organization Committee, Katherlne Whipple-Dobb- s. "I have the honor in behalf of Tam desperate battle off Flamborough application, extensive reading, To the Trade and Labor Organizations of fault, but ask him about these and steady The Organization Committee was also many Hall to herewith inclose a draft for waged Louisville Elku havfr determined to "You do not want to be seen riding on the State of Kentucky, Greeting head. aud judicious cultivation nud careful developconven- instructed to nssist the chainmakers ,3,000 for the purpose of clearing the enThe apathy of the Labor Unions of the Fourth avenue with that fat lady any give their guest more than the "It was on this occasion, after the com ment of Innate talent, to an honorable tional reception. He yi'M be shown gen bartenders in increasing the membership tire incumbrance now resting upon the bat had long progressed, that the British affecting their in more." reorganizing the latter and useful position. His sympathies State as to legislation Parnell homestead, thus securing the re- commander haughtily demanded if he 'Would like to have another supper ulne Kentucky hospitality In the shape of the former and have always been with the working peo- terests, the seeming indifference of our of four receptions at the homes of four at the request ot the national body, tention of the home in the family. Our wished to surrender, to which Joneimade legislators, both in the Senate and House with you." ple, he having enjoyed their few attendThe annual election of a delegate to original intention was to raise "2.000, Yes. I am willing to take another leading Elks. The first reception will be the immortal reply: 'I haven't yet begun ant advantages and suffered their many of Representatives, as to the future of of Judgehackclford Miller represent the Central Labor Union at the but upon consideration the organization ot the home battle went on. Jones hardships. In 1800 he joined the Fenian those who toil in work shop, mill and ride with you." Federation concluded to increase the amount to e to fight!' So the "After you leave the bazar meet me at ot 1714 Fourth avenue, from 4 to o, Convention of the American lashed his flagship to the British serving the cause with voice mine; the absolute'necessity for a closer Brotherhood, From 5:30 to 0:30 the reception will lie at of Labor, which meets in Detroit Mon figure that would be sufficient to com; &H..'s, on Fourth avenue." ship Seraphis aud with pike, and pen, and did effective work as an affiliation of State unions under otic H.On next Monday night, at St. Mary' the home of Mr. Z'ack.Phelps, 1410 East day week, resulted in the selection of pletely wipe out all existing mortgages head, in order that our efforts to secure cutlass and pistol finally compelled thei organizer. Young for that honor. His against the homestead." may become more ef Hall, accounts will be closed, and the Broadway, while from 0:30 to 7:30 Mr. Walter M. latter to strike her colors. a He began the study of law in the fol- better conditions drawing of prizes in the combination Pickett will be received at the residence election was by acclamation, and was 'Soon after the British ship Countess 1870 he enjoyed the fective, forces the Central Labor Union lowing year. In AWFUL WARNING. recognition of his ability. estab- - books will take place. It is expected of Mr. J. E. Marret, ,1330 East Broad most deserved guns, also of Scarborough, twent-tw- o unique distinction of being the youngest to take the initiative toward the reception will be held at Mr. Young represents Typographical large attendance. The way. The final surrendered to this valorous American elected to the State Senate. lishment of a State Federation of Labor. there will be a was a man who was too stingy officer,, whom the British Government There member thetl 10 in the central body, and form a State branch Is Sisters extend their thanks to the public the home of Mr. William E. Riley, 2007 Union No. to subscribe for his home paper, so sent had graciously termed a 'pirate' and The excitement and fascination of politi- The proposition to especially to those who took an active West Chestnut street, from 8 to 9. Mem its members are elated over the result one, cal life, however, did not distract him not a new one. We find that the States would gladly have hanged at the yard hers of Louisville Lodge are urged to He is known as a worker rather than his little son to a neighbor to borrow labor laws are those part In the management of the bazar. attend these receptions and assist in giv talker, and no better choice could haye As the boy was going home he fell down arm. Capt. Pearson, of the Seraphis; from the study of law, as he graduated that have the best of Labor exist Too much praise can not be given the ing the visitor a cordial welcome. his was knighted by the British King as a with honors from the Harvard Law School where State Federations been made, as he will undoubtedly wield aud broke his leg. The father heard ruse 10 was admitted Of the States that can boast of having different committees who had charge of cries and ran out to see what was the sop to ins ieeiwgs unu athe eyesmaintain with the class of 1871. He quite an influence. of the British gallantry' in for the benefit of the Sisters of URSULINE SISTERS' NEW HOME. matter, but slipped and fell, dislocating world. Upon hearing that the foe whom bar the same year, and has prac- enacted the very best laws for its peopl the bazar Shfinherd. Special mention to the Resolutions were enthusiastically tearing the bosom out of he defeated had been thus knighted, Jones since. During his are Connecticut, Illinois, Iowa, Massa the Good Ma knee und ticed extensively ever n churches adopted inviting the American Federation In addltlonjto a he became chusetts, Missouri, Nebraska, New York must be made of the Games Committee pantaloons. His wife ran dryly observed: 'Well, he deserved it; his service at the State-hous- e composed of Messrs, Nick nearlng completion, there is much other to hold its twentieth auuual session in and if I fall on him again, I'll make a identified with most liberal and benefi New Jersey, Indiana, Ohio, Utah and which was this city, and also asking the Commer to hi3 assistance, leaving a Wisconsin. Wherever the working peo Bosler, John Coleman, Andy Kast, Mr, material improvement in the religious cial Club and Board of Trade to assist the baby on the floor. The baby crawled lord of him.' cent legislation, notably the This, then, was John Paul Tones. a State are the beat organized Schucsler, Joseph Kirwin, George Porter, world of this city; Atog the most re l.w. admission of Catholic clergymen to nle ofA3 ll oy magic, grunti luipruveiuem Joseph, Vetter, Joseph Hoerter, G. Rever- cent and notable Ml- - a mother house for Central Labor Union in bringing that out and fell down the well, and while whom the American people now purpose charitable there, fishing the child out to deservedly honor. This waa- the type reformatory, correctional and seta in. On the other hand, wherever the week the old great meeting to Louisville. James Mar- the mother was Ursulln Sisters. P, fire and was totally of man to whose lion heart and courage h.ult Hob. abolition of a distinct oath State labor is poorly, organized coudl man, Thomas Keer.an,and a Liston, Ed the Wwt ri Chestnut and tin, William Toole and Charles Peitz were the house caught few others academy ami con Holloran, J. Vetter, Jr., for Catholics, the improvement and de- - Hons are worse and laws are bad. appointed a committee to visit the Board destroved. Moral Now is the time to ous deeds tue early American navy owes so much. Such men, too, were O'BrienV If. then, we are to secure any legisla whose names have escaped our memory, Shelby streets were torn down and that of trade aud Commercial Club for the subscribe. Exchange. veloonieut of public parks In Boston, and Barry. Hopkins and other early com 1 Another committee which done noble debris is being clrsfoff preparatory to toward securing tion at the next session of the Legislature, purpose of enlisting them in the move Also legislation favorable Capitol, be !a nasrisome and com manders, with Perry, Rowan, Porter and Tnosl rights for foreign born citiaeas. He which Convenes at the Stale is the time 'work waa the Raffle Committee, composed the erection of a great deal to BEAUTY ACQUIRED. Farragut of later times, worthy they to ginning in January, 1900, now modious mother bona, to be completed meut, which would mean I was for many years a member of the to act, by preparing such bills as will be of of James Coleman, James Guy, Harry our city. President McGill, who will rank with Dewey, Schley and Sampson Colgan, Joseph McGinn, M. J. Nolan, L. by June 1. is a curious, fact, but in many cases of our own aay: Democratic City Central Committee of benent to yours ana Kiaurea organ ixa The Uruliue Sisters bow number 160 also be a delegate, will aid Delegate it It W. Banett and Mr. Sihler, "Yes, bring back the remains of John seems indisputable, that two persons Boston, perfecting and strengthening the tions. You n if in every way possible to land Let the drums roll, the trumToo much credit can not be given Mr. in the LouivilU:iHocese. They have Paul The basis of representation is one dele efficiency of that organisation during his Louisville, a winner. They have a spien livlnir many years together assume a like pets Jonesl the bells ring, the cannons St. Joseph's one mem blare, President, in 187&-4- . expression, features and He wm for sate for each Union, regardless ofthe ex M. J. Duffy, the treasurer, and his assist charge of Home orphanage, a t roar. Let flags be dipped and at ma preberahto. Bach Union ft to nay at I Cnscent mil. con did Nuance to carry off the priae, aa Syra ness in, facial nrnhana' Advocate of the First Bri pensea of its delegate. The question ol ant, Mr. R. J. Whelati, for the manner in taining 100 little Cites; two academies, cuse is the only city thus far out for the most certslttly character, but more so sented aa the cortage passes by. For here time fud they handled the finances. which from the point of features. No' doubt it waa a man who helped establish on a segade, M. V. M., and was appointed by establishing a State labor paper will also local houses nod fifteen schools. convention The baaar was followed Monday night twelve e anniver reason that ladies cure foaudation the republic of, WashingOctober 30 waa the forty-firResolutions, were also adopted looking is for this Gov. Gaston as Judge Advocate General be discussed. With kindest wishes and hoping to with a euchre party, participated in by sary of. the eetabUsfoumt of the Ursuline to the foimation of a State Federation of procure the services of pretty and lady ton and the father, and who bravely dein 1875, whence comes of Massachusetts fied British might at sea as his compathear from you favorably, we remain fra 500 persons. The entertainment was a order of Louisvuia. hi ititle of General. He waa twice the ternally, Labor for Kentucky- - The need for such like uuraea for the bringing up of their riots did upon the laud. ,m n meat auccsaa and fit ending to the cbar- candidate for State Aril tor, infaata, wh, not .possessing beauty by Democratic "Eterlial gratitude to John Paul Jones, JAMBS McGn,L, President mm r in oliaaUon baa been apparent, for 8tuMacM't lUblework. The pfias winners were: by Um simple and may the principle for which Ho, bmater, L r a ir ikki was nominated for Um dmbV mm. .5w(flr;w j ... J foujgttt avrer prisbj the outs.' tan of Attorney Geoetai. f waiJatfffl f 'flpByPOaW fix. at unM"4Mtat .JfSMIuajMNHv Irish-AmericIrish-Americfori-DecoratlnIrish-America. was its Chairman since 1884. Gen. Collins was elected to represent the Fourth Clears $5,000, for Which the Massachusetts District in Congress in Sisters of the Good Shep1882, in 1884, and although herd Return Thanlcs. early in 1880 he issued a letter declining to be considered as a candidate, he was nevertheless unanimously renominated that year. and i The Telegraph Ofllce Ticked Off Notwithstanding his activity in Ameri Messages and Its Fair Mescan politics, much of his time and ability sengers Slighted None. have been devoted to the cause of Ireland. His connection with the Fenian Brotherhood, from 1802 to 1870, Secretary of the Philadelphia convention, Chairman of a Committees Pleased and very subsequent one, and the distinction of Grateful for tho Successbeing elected the first President of the Irish National Land League of America ful Result. all bespeak his loyalty. In the summer of 1887 Gen. Collins visited Ireland and England, He was received with a perfect ovation by the peo- CLOSED WITH A PRIZE EUCHRE. ple everywhere, his fame having preceded him. In London a complimentary dinner was tendered him by Parnell, at which Tile bazar for the benefit of the Sisters all members of the Irish Parliamentary party, as well" as English and Scotch of the Good Shepherd closed last Satur He was also day night, at which time all articles were members, were present. banqueted by the Lord Mayor of Dublin raffled, and Mr. George Holland won the and corporation, and the great and rare handsome oil painting of the Bishop. distinction of the freedom of the city for The bazar was a success, and it is now distinguished services was conferred upon believed will net upward of $3,000. The department which provoked much him. In Cork he was also received with every mark of honor and esteem. He amusement at the bazar was the telegraph was an honored guest at the Ancients' office, which let no one escape. The fol ceremony of casting the dart, and at the lowing are sample telegrams received by the patrons : festivities following. Matt O'Doherty We are with you in Leading Lady ol Alelfert Stock Company. your fight for the oppressed against cor porations. Mr. Chas. Smith Under instructions of our general manaager, we are unable dead head" any messages to you This is a case of pay the messenger. Jos. McWillfams This is not hot air, but a lead pipe cinch. M, J. Duffy Your time will come this winter. Open your purse strings for a good cause, Mr. Thos. Cody How would you like to be a brewery owner? Mr. J. C. Bain, traveling agent Please do not include in your expense account what vou spend at the bazar. You know expenses are enough now. H. J. Mullens Every "hub" has many 'spokes." We know, this will not "tire" you, because your "boxing" is not "worn MISS JESAWNK RODGURS. Second prize, tweijejgames, silver candlestick, Mrs. GeorgJjHoertz. Third prize, eleven" Swnes, jeweled Mrs. H. SpeedifljJ i Fourth prize, ten mmes, silver girdle, Miss Katie M. VallaiflK? Fifth prize, nine games, Dresden tray, Miss E. Warren. Sixth prize. eightiKWies. embroidered skirt, Miss Katie StMff? dorsed and issued, good results may be looked for. One of the main objects of this organization will be to formulate bills and recommend such legislation to the State Legislature as will be of the working people, benefit to Central Lahor Union Delegate greatest recommendedthethat membership America's First Naval Hero It was Who Sailed tho Sea Under to the American Federabe limited to one representative from Stars and Stripes. tion of Lahor. of its membership, each union, regardless and that the delegates' expenses should be defrayed by the unions sending them. These State Federations exist in New His Career and His Victory Over Miss Bessie Fontana.'' Commercial Club and Board of York, Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Ladies' booby, th're?lgatiies, Miss Goss, Britain's Boasted InTrade to Aid in Securing Iowa, Massachusetts, Connecticut, New The winners of theBSen's prizes were: vincible Fleet. Jersey, Missouri and Utah, and have been tho Next Convention. First prize, twelvelgarnes, blacking instrumental In obtaining favorable legisstand, Mr. Hines. lation for the laboring classes where they Second prize, elevesfgames, umbrella, exist. Mr. J. P. McGinn. M Active Steps Toward tho Organ-natio- n The support of the Central body was Movement to Bring His ltomainft Third prize, ten games, muffler, John Frcm Franco to This Coun of a State Federaalso pledged the Association of Street M. O'Neal. try for Burial. Railway Employes in the work of adding Kentucky. prize, nine,gies, watch chain, Fourth tion for to their membership, which now emMr. George Krenier.ffiM. braces the men on nearly all the princiFinn prize, eignt gfftnes, scaripm, mr. 1B pal runs. 'nines Dufficy. HAYEH'T YET BEGUN TO FIGHT." Considerable business of a routine cnar- - "I Sixth prize, seven games, smoker, Mr. JAMES W. McGILL ALSO A DELEGATE. acter was disposed of before the meeting Hillcrich. 3HT adjourned. Seventh prize, slxfjjanles, tie, C. P. Speuce. The remains of John Paul Jones, Amer OFF FOR WASHINGTON. .tfW' There was a marked increase in the Booby prize, matrimonial prospects, ica's first naval commander, who struck number of delegates present at the meetMr. Otto Hubbuch. Hon. Oscar Turner left Thursday to at terror to England's navy during the RevPrize to lady punchers Miss Mary Bar ing of the Central Labor Union at Beck's tend the session of Congress, which beolution, lie in French soil. The Ameri- ret, Hall last Sunday afternoon when Presi smt gins next Monday. Mr. Turner will prob- cau Historical Society has prepared for The ninnaeers rea'uesttall parties hav dent James McGill let fall the gavel call ably be the youngest member of the ing bills against the balar to present same ing that body to order. The session was National Legislature, but his friends ex- bringing the remains to this country, and issued the following address to the AmerDuffyfp26 West Market an important and interesting one and a at once to M. I. make his mark as a Con- ican people: great deal of business was transacted that pect he will street. gressman, and have confidence in his Historical Society "The will have a decided bearing and awaken ability to represent his district to the en- has heard with much pleasure the propoELKS' MEMORIAL, renewed interest in the trades union tire satisfaction of his constituents. Some sition to bring back to these shores the movement throughout Kentucky. of the Republican politicians of this city remains of John Paul Jones. After the reading of the minutes of the are talking about the possibility of his "We cordially indorse the idea and Program The preceding meeting credentials were re being unseated in the contest instituted hereby publicly express our hearty readiCraves, Memo ial Service against him by Walter Evans, after the ness to in this most patriotic Popular Member of Aleffert Stock Company, and Reception. latter's defeat. Such a proceeding would undertaking. be a worse outrage than Goebelism, and "For one hundred years the remains of would forever condemn the Republican this gallant American officer have reposed Arrangements havclbeen completed partyin the eyes of the people of this dis- in the soil of France France, our ancient for the annual memorial exercises of of this dis ally and present friend. For one huntrict. The Sunday aft r. Louisville Lodge of trict helped to elect Mr. Turner and take dred years his memory has been an inatjtWe Temple Theat-te- r. noon ut 2:30 o'clock. pardonable pride in the fact that the elec spiration to the American navy, and his It will a tributcigtbe brothers who tion was the fairest ever held in the Fiftu deeds are forever treasured in the archhave died during the'ement year as wtll district. Should Congress commit the ives of the nation. as to those who have passed away since ' "Though his remains have been sacredoutrage of uuseatiug Turner, the district the organization of theBodge. can be relied upon to be safely Demo ly guarded by France for a century, it is The following. Lqwsyille Elks died cratic for years to come. Mr. Turner is a but fitting that they should at last have a during the past year: Charles I). Jacob, gentleman, who is well worthy the honor final resting place here in the United December 25; G. S,. Gordon, December bestowed upon him by his constituents States, a land he loved so much and for 29; H. Kiley, FebruanftljJF. T. Heffer- and it is predicted by his friends that he which he fought so bravely and so well. uan. February 24; JudgeSR. H. Thornr! will do more for the Fifth district than "John Paul Jones will long be rememp son, April iu: l. a. jtigw"a ""i has been done by any Congressman for bered in American naval annals as one of F. J. Best, May 23; N.ffB Varble, May years past. the most heroic officers who ever swore 25; G. A. Jones, ,Sep5aaber 0; WiF. allegiance to the constitution and the ST. CECILIA'S FEAST CELEBRATED. Mayer, November 3... MISS EDITH WARD. flag. Fruitful in resource, prompt to Following an anuilfapm t lie graves Sunday, November 20, being within act, bold in the face of tremendous odds, in Elk's Rest in CavJKltwill be strewn umu-- . ... 7. i . uing. At 10 ceived from the following unions and the octave of St. Cecilia's day, was cele- - uttem' uevotomJesic-iia- -''' Willi J nowers, lac fitting services in brated,itti jthe4most o'cloclcSthc.me wmmmimm Assemble. at the. their delegates oblieatedland seated: . WALTER YOUNG. JOHN PAUL JONES. tt'6mrcgSfaC man-of-w- m x ht Bon-homti- ie .a 4 1 forty-four-gu- n half-doze- ten-doll- two-year-o- ld teH-ho- - Lt , st self-sam- .a sd ma fy M 1 property at that time,' and the first case, that of the Pennsylvania, was decided last week fu favor of plainOcvoted to tho Moral BHd Social Advancement of all Irish Americans. tiff, fjudgmeut for $2,700 being given against the city. The eviWlXXvIVIvr ivi. HIGGINH, dence in the case fully vindicates SINQLE COPY, 5c. all - the labor organizations and JUBSCRIPTION PRICE, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. leaders, whom it was claimed had Mnttor. ' Entered at tho Lotilsvlllo Postotflco as Second-Clas- s conspired to defy and violate the Additfsall CoTUBflalcallonstolhe KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, 326 West Qrecn Street law, and that the civil authorities were, therefore, powerless to protect the railroad property, and g TRADES (U?o) CfflNCjUa v,m" ' should not be held liable for KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. Publlnher. How Are The guests were received by Misses Maggie Daly.Bettie Stark and a corps of pretty assistants. These social events are becoming very popular in East End society circles. him with congratulations upon the J. Gill, has been.' sojourning at West arrival at his home, on Oldham street, of Baden Springs this last week. a lovely little girl. Mother ana uauginer William J. Norton,'(of thia city, spent are both doing well and Pat's genial countenance is always wreathed in last week at West Baden Springs. T. Your '4sS IF. Teeth? If they need attention there is no better place to have them fixed than at the damages. LOUISVILLE, KY SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1899. Pat Higgins' friends have been show-erin- ir IT MAY BE GOEBEI With all the vote of the State canvassed and certified to by the County Commissioners (except seven precincts thrown out in this city, Christian and Harrison counties, depriving Taylor of 276 net plurality), Taylor, Republican, is elected Governor by over 2,000 plurality. The State Commissioners meet in Frankfort to canvass these county returns. The Goebel organs, while acknowledging Taylor's plurality, still claim Goebel has been elected by the legal vote, that enough votes will be thrown out on contests to defeat Taylor, that Goebel will be given the certificate of The election and be Governor. claim is prefixed with several "ifs," as the proposed contests are on different bases, always, however, involving sections giving Taylor pluralities. If, on the ground of unwarranted judicial and military interference by Judge Toney and Gov. Bradley, and presence of United States Marshals at the polls, the vote of Louis-cill3,041 Taylor plurality, is thrown out, it may be Goebel; provided the board is not consistent enough to also throw out on the same grounds Covington, Newport, Frankfort, Lexington and other cities, which gave a larger plurality e, for Goebel. If, because the ballots were printed onJliinjtiaper, the vote of John- - Workiugnien, notwithstanding reports, to the contrary, oppose the participation in partisan politics by labor organizations or their officials, and prove this by their emphatic resentment of such a course by abandoning aud ignoring the leaders and organizations that do it. Intelligent workiugmen have long since tired of the wholesale condemnation of government, employers and wealth, and regard it as rot, and experience has demonstrated that such "friends of labor" are usually subserving politicians in hope of reward. are on to them, and neither recognize the authority nor heed the advice of the Knights of Labor since it has become a political organization, taking unto itself the mission of deciding what measures and candidates the workingmen We thought those Irish regishould vote for or against. Little attention will be given to the ad- ments in the British army in Transdress of the one time great K. of L. vaal were fakes, since they only run or surrender something their preMichael Davitt has spoken, not decessors, whose name they bear, only to the audience that heard became fatuous for not doing. The him, but to the Irish people, giving Irish Fusileers, famed for brave his reasons for withdrawing from deeds in many battles, but whose Parliament pending the considera- recent record in the Transvaal is a tion and vote on the Boer war ap- surrender without a desperate fight propriations. Whether or not one when trapped near Ladysmith, are approves his course, barring his bit- said by the Mayor of Dublin to have terness to those who disagree with very few Irishmen in their ranks. him, his address is a manly aud Probably it was those very few patriotic defense of himself aud Irishmen who did the little fighting protest against the bad faith and before the Fusileers ingloriously injustice of the British Govern- struck their flag and surrendered. ment party, ju regard to Irish The record .of,. the Irish Fusileers much of grave consideration,' and tend to give shape to future policies and movements in Ireland. Parti- sauism aside, the facts stated by Davitt affect the whole issue of all the relations of Ireland to the British Government, no matter The British censor permits the report of a victory over the Boers once again. It is brief and painfully lacking in details. Gen. Methuen reports he met and routed the Boers in a ten hour's battle at. Modder river, the "bloodiest of the century,!' the "slaughter was terrible," and the British withdrew to rest after the struggle. That is all in three official diepatches. London cheered for the victory, but the meagerness of the dispatches, the hours of suspense, and finally the silence of the censor have caused misgivings throughout England as to the fruits of the victory. In the meantime more troops are being called for. It is reported that Ladysmith has surrended to the Boers, and that the Dutch of Cape Colony are joining the Boers by companies and battalions. smiles. Miss Mary Robinson, of Elizabeth town, is in the city, the guest Of Mrs. Norris. On Wednesday Mr. John B. Rogers, one of Lexington's most popular grocers, Mrs. Samuel Boyle left this week for passed through the city on his return Danville, where she spent a few days from French Lick Springs, where he had with relatives. soent a short time. He looked the picture of good health and was, as usual The many frienclsof Mrs. William J quite jolly and Abram will be sorryto learn that she is still confined to her bed. William MacDonald, who has been so long employed as printer by the Bradley Mr. E. J. Kelly, formerly of New Al& Gilbert Company, has been appointed bany, now of Arizona, will leave for station keeper at Central Police fatation Honolulu in a month. "Mac" has a great many friends among Miss Edna Gilbert will entertain a the printing fraternity, who, though sor number of friends at euchre on Tuesday ry to lose him from the "clan," win oe glad to hear of his good fortune. evening December,!!!. good-nature- Louisville Dental Parlors, 544 FOURTH ST., Right Noxr to Ave mi o Theater. all guaranteed. Their prices are the lowest, work the best, and They will treat you right. ItEMEMBEIt THE PLACE: Louisville Dental Parlors, C54i XrOUJfclMI ST. thrown out, the board is not consistent enough to also throw out, on the same ground, the vote of several counties in the eastern and western parts of the State which gave Goe bel a larger plurality. If, because of the error in spelling names, the votes certified from Nel son county for other than W. S Taylor are not counted for him, it may be Goebel; provided, the board is not consistent enough to also not count for Goebel Several thousand yotes certified for Gobel, Gobil, Gobble and otherwise. If, briefly, the board is inconsist ent enough to throw out Taylor votes on technical grounds and re fuse to throw out Goebel votes on the same technical grounds, it may be Goebel the only hope Goebel has of being awarded the certificate of election. If, finally, the people of Kentucky acquiesce in the counting in of the defeated candidate, William Goebel will be Governor. ltJgro-vide- d Irish battalion lti the 'Boer army, which began the fighting weeks ago near Newcastle and are still in the thick of it near Ladysmith. The British Minister at Washington has filed complaint with the Secretary of State against reported armed expeditions about to leave this country to aid the Boers, and asked that this government take steps to prevent such violation of neutrality law, which the Secretary of State promptly promised to do. All of which is proper. Investiga tion by government detectives has as yet failed to locate the armed expeditions, and it seems that John Bull, having for the first time in fifty years run up against a real fighting people and got the worst of it to date, is scared out of his boots even to the extent of suspecting the sincerity of his only friend among nations in all the world. The Knights of Labor, at their convention in Boston, took a crack jat alL creation in the way of government, politics, wealth and humanity, concluding with an appeal to workingmen to oppose or support the various declaratious with their votes, and now they are to establish a school for the discussion and decision of political questions, that labor may give its influence and strength to the party or candidates favorable to them. The theory reads well. The Knights of Labor, so long as the organization eschewed partisan politics aud confined itself to the labor cause, was the strong-es- t and most respected of labor organizations, but several years ago the laws were amended, changing the policy of the order, making it political body, with- - its General Master Workman a candidate for Congreas, and other officers political committees members and stump speakers for politicians. Since then the Knights of Labor have decjea Jo membership rill now the organization ts 4ed audit influence nil wl-- tWHi. of1 what the particular subject of the controversy may be. If the Gov ernment makes pledges that it de clines or fails to fulfill, all petition, agitation and effort for redress of grievance is useless, and all hopes of the Irish people to obtain justice by peaceful and lawful methods are blasted. Davitt's speech comes at an opportune time, as an exposure of the hypocrisy of the Govern meut and as a warning to the Irish leaders and people which will cause them to pause and reflect. Party diffeiences or questions of leader ship are as nothing compared to this new issue, which affects all parties aud all leaders for Ireland's cause. All aim to induce the Gov ernment to grant concessions or changes; to induce the Government to promise it and then not fulfill the promises, leaves them with only their pains for gains. Davitt's speech seems to bring the Irish question up to the Government very pointedly. Killarney is not yet sold. The auction sale in Dublin on November 21 had but three bidders, who start ed the bidding at .35,000 and run it up to ,50,000, when it was bid Miss Mary Heilz, a popular young member of the ladies' Auxiliary, Ancient in at ,51,000 and withdrawn. It . xiiueiniHHs. 19 expecieu iiomc uiuci ui Till is stated that private bids will now again soon from a3eiightful trip to Bos1 There is a rumor going around the Mrs. Fred KelleV and daughter, who southern end of town to the effect that have been visiting friends here, have two of the prominent young men will returned to Brooklyn. soon dispose of their bachelor garments John Connolly,;wife and daughter, of and take on the garb of matrimony. The Atlanta, were this) "week the guests of young ladies that will make this change Mr. and Mrs. Reister, Baxter avenue. are to be congratulated on their lucky captures. The annual Thanksgiving dance of the Young Men's Society at the new Lieder-kran- z Edward M. Stone, for the past six years Hall was 'the' most successful yet the keeper of Boone Park, will leave about December 15 for Los Angeles, Cal., where he formerly resided. During his John O'Neill oftbumesnil street, has administration many improvements have returned from Birmingham, Ala., where been made in that beautiful West End wedhe attended the .'Colgjin-Sulliva- n breathiug spot, and its many frequenters, ding. with whom he was very popular, will re. gret to learn of his departure. Mrs. Higgins and daughter, Miss Virginia, have returned to Jeffersonville We take pleasure in announcing to the from a protracted); visit with friends in many friends and acquaintances of Miss New York. Rose Kavanaugh that she has been transfirMadison-streis ferred from Park school to Mr. Patrick Lynsky, of Nashville, school. This is a promotion which here on a visit of a few weeks, the guest of Mr. MartirPShydock, of 817 West was well deserved, as Miss Kavanaugh is an earnest worker and takes a great inUiunam street She terest in the success of her pupils. Mr. Pat Kanewho burned his foot at has the best wishes of her large circle of his' work in the L. & N. shops, is fast get- friends. ting around in shape again, to the delight The Young Ladies' Auxiliary of Trinity of hismany friends. Council, No. 230, Young Men's Institute, James Sexton and Fat I,annin left last entertained with a dance Wednesday Tuesday on a visitj.tq Kansas City, Mo., evening at Trinity Council Hall, 718 East where tliey spent, Tlianksiri ring day as tlie Gray street. The chaperones were Messrs. guestsjDf MrfJoh( TjChawk. ; and Mesdames James B.,Kelly and Charles Brown,:, The.following ypuug .ladies as. ' bincc Ed Toomey has renewedTiis vis- sisfed'iu receiving: "Misses Fannie Cun'-neighborhood, his iffe, Maggie Daley, Louise Schwaninger, its in' an friends are all remarking that "there's Bettie Stark, Margaret Hartlauf, Stella no love like the'first, after all." Smart and Mayme Burkhart. Steve McEUiott's friends arc asking The Shamrock Club entertained on last why is it that his Sunday evening strolls Tuesday evening at Highland Hall with a all lead into one direction, and that is to delightful euchre and dance. Cards were the neighborhood of Fourth and C streets, Among played from 8 to 11 o'clock. cjay was heartily enjoyed those present were Misses Mary Devine, Thanksgiving by the young people ot St. Patrick's Josie Kirk, Sussie Cassie, Birdie Sheehan, parish. Bridgeport, Conn., there being Mary Hority, Josie Callahan, Delia Joyce, Maggie Madden and Messrs. Martin seven marriages at that church. Tigans, John Sharkey. Wilson Seng, John Dan Hartnett has become quite popular Logan, Terry urawiora, james isurKeu, with all the girls in Limerick lately, Henry Waters, Tom Henley, Thompson Higgins and Peter Porter. The party His friends say that is easily explained Dan is now employed in a candy factory. dispersed at a late hour. The rites of matrimony were solemMr. T. J. Holden, of Muncie, Ind., and Langan and Miss Annie Sbeey'were married last Tues nized between Mr. James Miss Kathryn Jansen last Wednesday day afternoon at the Dominican church. at St. Louis The groom is a brother of Patrolman afternoon at 1:30 o'clock Bertrand's church, Rev. Father Logan , iioiuen. officiating. Mr. Richard Langan, brother There is great rejoicing at the home of of the groom, and Mr. George Jansen, Mr. aud Mrs. Michael J. Leatny over the brother of the bride, acted as ushers. arrival of a bouncing baby girl. We are The bnde is the daughter of Mr. William glad to state thatfrnother aud daughter Jansen of 1311 Seventh street, and is quite a popular young lady. The groom are doing well. n fireman in the employ of is a Miss Eleanor Voss, of Montgomery, the L. & N. railroad, and is especially Ala., and David Fitzpatrick were united popular with the youuger set of Limerick, ceremony in marriage last Monday. They have where he resides. After the bridal trip the voune couple left for a been spending their honeymoon at the through the East. On their return they home of the groom's brother in this city, will oe at Home to tueir many ineuus ui 1313 Seventh street. A great many' eonle in the Aauinas union audience were disappointed in not hearing David ' Burke's violin solo. He 1 1A t l. ,1 t.... 1 1 IU uuu uu UHU WW UKU UUUJICU, III lnu eel it the day before the entertainment. -et . up-tcw- n' well-know- I n Gran W.Smith's Sons Funeral Directors And Embalmers.. MISS KATE SMITH, S. E. COR. EIOIITII Lady Assistant and Embalmer. A.TST j I 1 W Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice. I m TELEPHONE 810. JEFFEKSON SXS. 1 Muldoon Monument Company DESIGNERS AND BUILDERS OF AND SCOTCH GRANITE ITALIAN MARBLE, AMERICAN i m, tin ' Artistic Work Only Solicited. Workshops and Studios, Carrara, Italy. I WAREROOMS. 322 to 328 WEST GREEN STREET, g i paradise! SAMPLE ROOM. Good Liquors r a Specialty. Fifteen Ball Po 248 West Jefferson Street. M. J. H.ICKEY, PROPRIETOR. Telephone 384. JOHN IS. CIay5treet Brewery, 812 Telephone 209-- 2. WALTERS' f WHITBSON'S S. E. Cor. Fourth sad Market. Tbree Floors With Nothing But and 814 CLAY STREET. LOUISVILLE, KY. 1 1 HENRY C. LAUER, VERY be considered. ton, much to the"flel'ight of her friends The entertainment and lion of the First District Commaudry, Knights of St. John, at Music Hall, Monday evening, was heartily enioVad.'&udCol. Filers nnd his committee are the recipients of many deserved compliments. The New Orleans School Board, for some reason not stated, has refused to grant holidays to the pupils on Christmas and New Years, or dered classes to be held as usual and pupils to attend on those days. The pupils, led by the high school girls, declare they wiil not attend school on those days, even if they are ex pelled. Public opinion is backing up the rebellious pupils, arid the board is urged to revoke its order. Labor is again vindicated from an oft repeated and long standing charge. During the railroad strike property was destroyed, lives lost, and for several days anarchv reigned. 0 The strikers and labor organizations generally were charged with instigating and com mitting time acts of violence. Several tafeort cmjgftgw John B. O'LotUfhlhi, well known in Limerick, left this jtast week to accept a Gen. Joubert's permission. position as nreraan on the I. C. railroad '.' feath at Paducah. John's amiline face will be The regiment of Canadian greatly missed, especially in the neighbor ered soldiers" to help lick the Boers hood of Eighth and St. Catherine streets. The Irish corps in the Boer army under Gen. Joubert, which has participated in most of the fighting from Newcastle to Ladysmith, is commanded by Col. Blake. Jts regi mental standard is the Irish flag, by CLOTHING FOR MEN AND BOYS. The stirring scenes last week in our store, with its feast of bargains and eager shoppers keenly taking advantage of many bright and sparkling novelties in suits and overcoats for men and boys, will be again repeated with greater force and attractiveness throughout the coming week. This being our first season in tlie. selling of clothing, it is ourdetertninationthat it shall be remembered and. looked upon as a- great money saving opportunity, and that we shall be known, not merely as leaders of fashions, but aa retail-er- g Clothing for Men of High-Clas- s aud Boys at price so low that 110 other hoiue can make, follow or imitate. Two pecial for tbia week in Men's Suit and Overcoat. 428-43- 0 jRleotrio Horne OXrrlne:, TELEPHONE 1140. I . 11 East Jefferson St. Jfcl.CSO Per Ilotid. i Horses and Vehicles to hire at all hours, at reasonable rates. has arrived at Capetown, and will The marriage of jA'w Lena Kraus and doubtless soon get a smell of pow- William Braitewahe waa solemnized at St. Michael's church Thursday afternoon der. CGCILIAN EMBLEM CONTEST! Who Is the Most Popular Hibernian? Two handsome Emblems of the Ancient Order oi Hibernians will be awarded bythe Kentucky Irish American to the members receiving the highest num- J? ber of votes, these coupons only to be. used for ballots. Jft j i 5 DRAMATIC CLUB. The entertainment riven bv thk club Wednesday evening, for the Mackia Council buiWinr fund. wa well attended, which waa a deserved compli ment 10 tne popular juacicin council aa well aa the Cedlian Club. The play, "Called Away," wu ably presented, to the delight of the audience, tnanv beinv outspoken in their praise.. All the par ticipants om so well that who did best is open to argument, and all are comoli- OMPted, We congratulate the Maetria GckodX on tHtk ant eatertaiawmt, be-- in the presence of many of their friends and acquaintances. 1otft,are well known and popular in social circles. at the Bijou, The many friends of Miss Delia Man ning and Mr. John C. Watson will he surprised to read of jheir marriage, which occurred on last yedneaday. It waa quite a surprise, but (heir many friends wish them a happy journey through life. The dance given' httrsday evening by the Young Ladies' tariUary of Trinity Council waa laMalv , those pre- ent sasMdhia itnm MiiIfrtTrt vmlaig ' i J will t10 CC pattern, J)lJJKJ SUM charm 1b different f L vou OKawM good. Try th for th amm wpt ator and aav others 41- , f St r lia'" !1 Xeowd - W CMflfcta 00 tfc Plot Uu. ShUon oi '1ltiMWmt f r THE EMPORIUM, 448 West Market Street, Bet. Fourth and Fifth. WHERE WOMAN REIGNS Moving day is dreaded by every house wife who sees before her visions of weeks of work in packing away nil nicknacks and looking to the safe handling of pic tures and articles of vertu. For some time this terrible day has been robbed of its horrors in the East, where a conipe tent and responsible person took com plete charge, and while the family were enjoying themselves in various ways the transition from one house to another was accomplished without trouble. This is a work eminently Suited for a woman to oversee, because this requires a responsible head and a corps of capable assist ants. When all was complete the family entered and took possession, having abso lutely nothing to do. in the matter of change of residence. Only the mistress knows the relief of finding things all right carpets laid, curtains up, pictures hung and furniture in its place, or where a little rearrangement makes everything homelike once more. This idea has been started in this city. It remains to be seen whether it will be a success. All women should join in a general rejoicing, for it is predicted that the reign of the trained skirt is over and that by spring walking length will prevail. It is noticed that the trained skirt is not quite as long- as formerly, but still necessitates holdmp up or it will sweep the street clean. The rainy day skirt supplies a long felt want, but because the custom is not universal many women refuse to wear it unless it is a "rainy" day sure enough. Those women who have the courage of their convictions and moral backbone enough to wear one when shopping or walking on a bright sunshiny day are looked at askance and rather derisively termed "new woman" by their more conservative sisters. The short skirt has a youthful effect on most females and it is wonderful that it is not more generally adopted, for this one reason alone should appeal to the feminine heart. But the comfort and the hygemc cousiderations outbalance all others with those who wear them. Call and look over our line of Christmas Presents, Euchre Prizes. Imported China Dinner Sets from $6.98 to $40. Silver Knives and Forks as low as $2.98. HIGGINS & OcGRAW. that a touch of coral color must be worn to give brightness and dash to the toilets. This charming color is peculiarly becoming to most women, for it harmonizes well with their complexion. In its wake we will no doubt .'find a revival of the coral jewelry which was in vogue years ago and has been laid away. As it is rumored that earrings are coming into fashion again, the pretty coral ornaments win oe in lavor. ias given place to which has inst appeared. Tiny golden charms dangle from the slender wire which encircles the throat. Enameled shamrocks, fish, birds, bells? anchors, tortoises and many other diminutive trinkets are in favor. The faddish girl usually prefers to have her chain made and to chose her ornaments separately. Many 'of these are made to order, often gold and silver alternating in these bangles. There is not so much jingle about the neck-chai- n as there is about the bangle bracelet, but it is much prettier. The bangle bracelet neck-chain, FRANK FEHR BREWING INCORPORATED. 60. the bangle BREWERS AND BOTTLERS, LOUISVILLE, ICY. DANIEL DOUGHERTY. THOMAS KEENAN, Dougherty 1229 & Keenan, liO'S. UNDERTAKERS, West Market Street, Bet. Twelfth and Thirteenth LI3 1 II O All Culls Promptly Attended to, Day or Night. Carriages Furnished for All Occasions. The new golf capes are beauties, and for a cool day they are the ideal wrap. CAFE AND RESTAURANT, But when the mercury gets on the other side of the zero mark something that fits closer to the body will be found more 1708 Seventh Street, comfortable. These capes are more be221 THIRD AVE. Work Guaranteed and Repairing Neatly Done. Private Dining Rooms. Open Day and coming to a tall, slender person. A slight, willowy brunette recently was Night. Best of Wines and Cigars. seen in one of these capes and it added TELKPHONK 662. the crowning touch to her toilet. It was DKAXRR IN of a beautiful, bright wine color, with the MEATS BROWN LEGHORNS. plaid back of black and white combined with red. A red and black toque with Uiiuuiaubv Average 200 eggs a year. Eggs for white breasts completed the charming Wlne.!LIqnoTB,reed, Hay and Grain. y. JJ. Cor.' Seventeenth and Portland Ave. hatching 5 cents each. Two Cockerels ensemble. for sale cheap. Speaking of capes, a leading physician CHAS. D. JACQUES, says they are responsible for many of the ills women suffer-i-- 2422 St. xavler. the'winter. Coming -j FIRST CLASS out 'from an entertainment or a superGROCERY AND SALOON, heated room, the cool air feels refreshing, D. but in a short time these same cool N. W. Cor. 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BEAM, Jr., N. W, P. A., 80 Adams St., Chicago, 111. C. A. BAIRD, Trav. Passr. Agent, Louisville, Ky. W. A. TURK, Genl. Passr. Agent, Washington, D. C. WM, H. TAYLOE, Asst. Genl. Passr. Agent, Louisville, Ky. car-servie, ht I 111 jlffi. 1207 West Main Street, 6 SUPERIOR CIGAR. Louisville And now Dame Fashion has decreed Black and white is ever a popular com bination, and made up on artistic lines is most striking. Some of the most effective black costumes are relieved with a dash of white, which serves to give the finishing touch to a beautiful toilet. A noted gown seen recently had a yoke or collar of white satin crossed with tiny black velvet ribbon like lattice work. The skirt was plain black with lapped seams and the lower pirt of the bodice was also black. The edge of the yoke was St. Francis Hall and Library continues finished by n tiny ruche of black velvet to be crowded every night by young folks lined with white satin. who patronize the magazines, journals Every day some" new occupation for and books of which there is such a store. women is opened up, and the desire of The kindly custodian, Mr. Thomas Justa, wealthy people to have a striking cos- says there is room for many more yet. tume, something unique and that can not Though there are a couple of hundred be readily imitated, is responsible for the chairs there now, he is perfectly willing to order an extra hundred or so more if field. Bolting cloth, that fine, silk-lik- e transparent goods, isusedfor.makinglbalj necessary. He issues a cordial invitation dresses, but the beauty is the hand paint- to all to come He is thinking of having ing that is done on the cloth, so marvel-ousl- y a sign extended across the yard bearing natural that the sprays of flowers the cheerful inscription, "Welcome" on seem to be grouped carelessly over the one side and "Come in" on the other. gown instead of being laid on with a This is positively the last announcement. brush. At present the modistes in the The inconvenience of having rich rela East are employing numbers of women for this work. It is hard to say how long tives is often spoken of and written about. , No one will take an interest in a man, no the fad will last. ' matter what his qualifications, because it is inferred that the rich relative has amDO YOU KNOW THAT All egg beaten ha mik is a good pick- - ple means to help him and will assuredly do so if necessary. Tlie unintelligent, me-ud mass &i ruins a piano tokeep it standing in selfish, 'Christian" men and women of many of a draft. Sponging black silk with spirits re our "Christian" circles should stop and consider that these rich relatives wculd vives it. Dry hair turns grayfsooner than moist not have mcney enough to satisfy their ' W4ftJ own greed if another Montezuma should tresses do. A hot.bath takeiiTatlWh't' afiFords're- - arise and fill a room from floor to ceillne. .withAthe.yRllow.metaLtheJove votiwlifch Bruised cloves kept among furs frighten nus ro eaiuii useu lino uicir souis n uiey have any. Telling a man to go to his the moths away. Sufferers from dyspepsia should not rich relatives for an ordinary favor which any one is under moral obligation to do drink while eating. The eyebrows should be brushed daily for another is only a way out of the bother, and shows a pessemistic nature, with eau de cologne. j The busy housewife should get an wherein honor, kindness and confidence are dead. Such a man belongs to God's hour's sleep in the afternoon. counter, and should be sold at a Glycerine and lemon juice in equal mis-fi- t .a 'if sacrifice to the devil. proporxions wmten tne nanus. p. case-hardenmiss-calle- On December 15 will begin a four-dayexhibit of paintings at the studio of Har vey Joiner, Louisville's greatest artist. This should be attended by the classj and by those who know nothing of art that they may learn something. We are too slow to appreciate the great artists who are living among us. If instead of hiding handsome wall-papwith copies of wood cuts, mockeries of steel engrav ings and chromos, we would call on our living artists and buy living pictures we should be doing a good thing. Nothing shows one's good taste to such advantage as buying good bits of oil painting. Then besides it gives the artist a chance to live. By not encouraging merit we ctarve it out. What is more to be deplored than a nation without landscape or portrait painters? Centuries have declared this to be the soul of art the correct repro duction of nature on canvas. What agitation pervades the connoisseurs of Europe and the East right now over the fear that the Sistine Madonna worshiped for ages as being the work of Raphael may be only an imitation of that master. Even the poorer people of Itally and in France, in whom the artistic sense is more developed than among us, are troubled about their favorite picture. In no city of the Atlantic slope are there better mas ters of the art of painting than we have here. Toiner, Revenaugh, Marechal,' Brenner, each has a large following, and the works of all these true artists arc spoken of and sold in all the large cities of the Union. Truly, we must go abroad in order to appreciate the prophets we have left at home. s' art-lovier THE KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN Has celebrated its anniversary, entering upon its Third Volume. The promises made to its readers and friends in the first issue have been faithfully observed, and its circulation has enjoyed a steady growth. This should be increased in the future until it is read. in the home of every in Kentucky and adjoining States. The Kentucky Irish American for the coming year will make features of Irish-American Irish News, Church News, Society News, Home News, Labor News, Sporting News. It Weekly Journal which is 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. First-Clas- s is a freshiHgleepPipiT? SJJphis'will 8W,4 result in great. benefit to ciuvwtiijcii. wim snuuiii rememoer ineiacr. that it has the Official Indorsement of the C ENTRAL . Frou-Fro- u. LABOR WORLD. BIG FOUR TO ROUTE Notes and Gossip of the Week From All Parts of the Indianapolis Peoria Country. CHICAGO AND AW POINTS IN INDIANA and . . . MICHIGAN. . BEST TERMINALS . '. UNION DEPOT Corner Seventh St. and River. CITY TICKET OFFICE No. 218 Fourth Ave. General Agent, Louisville, Ky. E. G. MCCORMICK. Pass. Traf. Mer.. WARREN J. LYNCH, A. G. P. A., S. J. GATI5S, CARPET MAKING IN IRELAND. r P. KELLY DEALERS IN & rr Groceries, Vegetables, Produce. , Fresh Meats, Siwtisath awi Bank Struts, Special attention given to family orders, and goods delivered to all parts of the city. MY SPECIALTY IS WW WHISKY. JIM MOORFS PLACE Just a year ago some manufacturers of artistic textiles touring in Donegal resolved to establish a place for the making of hand-tuftecarpets of the description generally known as "Turkish" or 'Per sian." The Furniture Record, in writing on the subject, says the peculiarity of this fabric is that from its nature it must be a hand production. The tufts are tied by the fingers in knots in longitudinal warps',.which are stretched between two long parallel beams. The carpets are made to the sue and shape of any room. The design is placed in front, and the girls, from three to a dozen, ac cording to the size of the carpet, select the colors indicated row by rowi which are tied, then bound down by "shoots" of woolen weft drawn across the entire d width, and beaten by ham' mere. Altogether it is lust such an industry as g suited to the rural districts of No steam power is required, Ireland. and there is therefore no handicap ou the commercial side by the absence of coal. The first year's experiment with the Irish girls has proved that they are admirably adapted for the work. The girls show a nimblenese of fingers and sharpness of eye for color and form that have quite astonished their teachers. So convinced are the promoters of its ultimate success that they have planned out a broad scfcet&e that will spread the work d small-toothe- Job printers are on strike in all the open offices of Kansas City. Teamsters' Union in Peoria, 111., have adopted a scale of f9 to $10.60 per week. The nine-hou- r day went into effect in all job printing offices in Peoria, 111,, on November 20. The City Couucil of Kewanee has passed a resolutiou that only union material and union labor shall be employed on city work. Rev. Dr. Edward McGlynn, has been engaged for the series of lectures to be given under the auspices of the Sioux City Trades and Labor Assembly this winter at the Peavy Grand. The date and subject have not been announced. The coal miners' strikes in Kansas, Arkansas, Missouri and Indian Territory are confined to mines operated by railroad companies which refuse to pay the scale accepted .and paid by all other mine operators in their vicinity. The miners out number 15,000. At the meeting of the Trades and Labor Council of New Albany the following committee was appointed to assist in forming a branchtof the United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America: T. A. Bean, Barbers' Union; Herman Meyer, Cigarmakers' Union; William Union; Joseph Harmon, Bricklayers' Hicks and George Lemon, of the carpenters. Tailors' unions have been chartered at Ashland, Wis.; New Haven, Sioux Falls and Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Increase of wages has been secured in Kansas City ami Columbus, O. Proposed reductions were rejected in St. Louis. Demands for an advance are pending in Birmingham, Ala.; Chatlestown, W. va.; Toledo and Akron, Ohio; Detroit, Chattanooga, Ottilia wa, Toronto. The United Brotherhood of Leather Workers o Kotee Goods now has thirty-fou- r locals in good standing throughout the United States, and many toilers are added to its membership weekly. In Cincinnati the leather workers don't seem to be made of the right stuff. After holding several meetings they decided to lay the matter,, of affiliation with the Brotherhood oc'ihf Ubls" until such tim that fifty workers vote to join. An iratnmw of sdvrtlsff .uni m iii in (fts .i jpgtt will The love letters of Victor Hugo to Mme. Fouruoy, who afterward became FINE ENTERTAINMENT. his wife, are soon to be published. They The Aquinas Union's dramatic enter- were written during the years of 1819 to tainment at the Bijou Theater, Thanks 1822, and will serve to illustrate the deep poetic nature of the philosopher-noveligiving evening, was a complete success financially, because of the large crowd of after Hie. Mme. Hugo will place them which was present, and entertainly, before the public during the early part of because of the appreciation which was the coming year. shown by the audience, they interrupting the performance several times during Many people find it hard to forgive. the evening with hearty bursts of laugh- "Can you forgive her?" was asked of his readers by Anthony Trollope over thirty ter and applause. The entertainment consisted of two years ago. That he answered in the performances, a oue act curtain raiser, affirmative only showed his genial good entitled "A Pair of'Gloves," and a three nature. Today the novelist Amelie E. act comedy, entitled "Three Hats," with Barr asks, "Is it right to forgive?" with a a singing and dancing specialty intro- seriousness that, as a contemporary says, duced between the acts by Miss Mabel warns ,us that she is facing a social probRay, a clever little child actress who lem and marshaling the characters of her That we should was well received. In the curtain raiser, story into a witness-bothe honors were won by Miss Katherine forgive is true in the abstract, but mighty Beatrice Lannin, who, as "Bessie," the hard in the concrete. That those who pert maid, scored quite a hit. Miss Lan-nin- 's should love us should be not only eng or to work in both the farce and comedy tirely indifferent to our showed her to be a finished little actress. our decease, but do likewise strive to and deserving of all praise. Miss Lillian harm us well, this is enough to make one Kirley, Mr. H. W. Newman, Mr. Lillian decline an affirmative answer in a very Durrett and Mr. Walter Henslev. who positive manner. But He taught "forgive also took part in the farce, are worthy of us our trespasses as we forgive those who trespass against us." Now the man in mention. The three act comWv which followed New York who jumps backward over a gave the performers an opportunity to high chair, landing on eggs, without uispiay weir laieui.asa mey ma not fail breaking them is' doing an easy thing to take advantage of it. Mr. Frank Cun- compared to the bother of keeping this ningham's work as "Sam Selwyn," "as" in the right place when it stands in the much confused head of the house', our way, compelling us to forgive if we was very good and was well appreciated hope to be forgiven. 1it bv the audience. Pmtilr'a gpiinc Annib Nkvin Cunningham. part was, as it is always in any part he plays and that ie.vecy fine indeed. The THE IRISH FUS1LEERS. work of Mr. J. J. Crotty and Mr. W. B. Hendricks was also good. It has been a matter of surprise to 4 nose wnoaiso took part in this were Miss Nora Aheru, Kiss Blanche Bronnert, many people that the Irish Fusileers Mlsa T.illian Vlrlcv. Mr T T 1111 aA should be conspicuous in the ignoble work of killing off the Boers in South Mr. M. D. Fitzgibbdus. Taken all together, both performances Africa. The matter is now cleared up by were vrwl ami tkomuvVilv rtlpasAil t1i a statement by the Right Honorable large audience which was present. Daniel Tallon, Lord Mayor of Dublin, who says: "It is a mistake to suppose AIJLD LAM SYNE. that members of the Irish Fusileer miliWho can say, altar reading the follow- tary organization are all Irishmen. I ing, that man's memory for feminine note that the telegraph reports make it wear is not discriminating? appear that because this organization is A Southern famfly, not overburdened doing some heavy fighting in the Transwith wealth, was Massed with six daugh- vaal the battles of England are being ters. They were alt were ingenious fought best by Irishmen. This is by no kind of girls to. make a dress in the means the the case, when it is understood midst of fun snd chaff, and dance in it thnt the name of the regiment has nothat night. The cleverest daughter recently ing at all to do with the nativity of Its made a beautiful shade for the piano members. In the Fusileer regiment fightlamp from a. pink evening drees and ing the Boers probably not more than 1 trimmed it with roses from .her last sumcent, are Art sn men." Kocnester mer's hat. The same evening a. young per man called on her and to music Union and Advertiser. they chatted. Now is the time to subscribe. How-d- o" like our new lamp shade?" she mmm demurely. Bring I yow orders for Christmas ja a..A "J. .L' ) .i.a. 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MEFFERT STOCK COMPANY Record of the Host Important of -- INthe Recent Events Culled 55 From Exchanges. IRELAND. QUEENA, A Celtic Choral Union has been formed Matinee daily at 2:15. Night at 8:15. Popular Prices 10c, 15c, 25c, 35c and in Dublin with'the purpose of populariz50c. No higher. ing Irish music. The late fair at Enniscorthy was attended by dealers and agents from Eng land and Scotland, and business was very active. FlnMt Vaadetille Theatre in America. COMMENCINO The winter show of the Royal Dublin WCCV DCP O UtUi Oi WtCN SUNDAY MATINEE. Society opens at Ballsbridge Tuesday., In Matin m Sanday, Monday, Wecbeiday, Saturday nearly all departments the entries show on increase over last year. MclNTYRE AND HEATH'S Interest is growing in the coming elec Hon of Councilors for the city of Dub lin. The Nationalist and Labor parties are working together in many of the wards. The death of James Brady, which oc curred at his home in Dublin, caused deep regret throughout the city. His re mains were interred in Glasnevin No vember 17. The Athlone Urban Council have re solved on putting down an expensive of sewerage for the purpose of draining a number of small streets and lanes on the Rosscommon side of the town. The Irish Industrial League wants more interest taken in the native marble and granite trade. From Galwav and Kil kenny alone ten or twelve different kinds can be taken, the equal of any that can be imported. 629 Eighth St. and Highland and The opening ceremony in connection Baxter Avenues. with the new County Infirmary at Omagh 65c took place on Monday. The building is Vanilla and Lemon, per gal 75c a handsome one. It stands on an ele Fruits and Chocolates, per gal 75c vatea site Coffee and Banana, per gal just outside the town, com $1.00 manding Almond and Macaroon, per gal a fine view. $1.00 to $1.25 Bisque and Tuttifnitti $1.00 Bricks and Euchre Justice Meredith, Commissioner Fitz 65c gerald and Commissioner Wrench sat in Sherbets and Ices 50c Sweet Cream the Armagh Court-hous- e Wednesday and took up the hearing of a number of ap All kinds of Fine Cakes made and or peals on the estate of the Duke of Man Candy Pullings namented to order. chester. served on short notice. At the Galway Petty Sessions Michael A. Lynch, Justice of the Peace, referred to the practice of betting in public-house- s A specialty. It is the purest and best in most condemnatory terms, and said nothing should be left undone by the Telephones 2144 and 2588 police to put a stop to the practice. Thomas Murphy died at his home in (Special rates to hotels, dealers and Dublin November 15, after a long and large orders. tedious illness. While the end was not unexpected, the announcement was received with deep sorrow. His wife and family have the sympathy of a large cir cle of fnends. Last week a man named Thomas King was found dead in his bed in Armagh by 1 DIVISION The deceased was a barber Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues his servant. and the owner of considerable house day Evenings of Each Month property in the town. The Coroner's President Thomas Keenan. jury found that death was due to failure Vice President Tim T. Sullivan. Recording Secretary Thomas I. Dolan of the heart's action. .Financial Secretary Peter Cusick, 132 .Davy'StephensAwho has sold newspa- ,u street. 43"0lUerck5'Jf.. steamersjat'KiHgs- years, ima iuwu iui mc past, lumy-cijgDIVISION 2 been deprived of that privilege by an Meets on the Second and Fourth Thurs edict of the company. Not only was he day Evenings of Each Month. a popular character by reason of his racy President William T. Meehan. Irish wit, but his presence on the boats Vice President Thomas Camfield. was a convenience to travelers, among Recording Secretary 'John Mooneye IRISH FEELINQ AROUSED. Financial Secretary John T; Keaney whom he was well known. laso Rogers street. A matter which is deeply exciting the A painful sensation was caused in h Treasurer Owen Keiren. when it was learned that an inmate Irish of Montreal at present is the DIVISION 3 of the work house named John Kenny, attempt of the Grand Trunk Railway to n years, who acted as gate-ma- secure possession of the little plot of Meets on the First and Third Wednesday aged Evenings at Each Month. had hung himself in the gate lodge. ground near the entrance to the Victoria President Patrick T. Sullivan. Kenny is stated to have suffered from Bridge, on which stands the monument Vice President Phil Cavanaujrh. to the memory of the six thousand Irish Recording Secretary JohnCavanaugh. melancholia for some time. The Coroner's Financial Secretary N. J. Sheridan, jury returned a verdict of "suicide while immigrants who died from ship fever in 1847 and were buried in that neighbor temporarily insane." 2018 Lytle street. hood. The monument, which consists of Treasurer George J. Butler. On Sunday a highly respected old in a huge of granite, suitably habitant of Navan named John Nooney, inscribed, bowlder DIVISION 4 was elected during the build walking in Trinitrate street, sud Meets on the Second and Fouth Wednes while denfy fell on the pathway near the chapel ing of the Victoria Bridge by the work day Evenings of Each Month. men of Sir Thomas Brassey, and the President John H. Hennessy. gate, death being almost instantaneous, control of it was placed in the hands of Vice President Thomas lyynch. Recording-- Secretary Tohn T. Grocan An inquest was held by Coroner Reilly, the Anglican Bishop of Montreal. The when a verdict of death resulting from Financial Secretary George Flahiff, Grand Trunk finds the monument much syncope of the heart was returned. 420 East Gray street. in its way; it is situated among its net Brady. Treasurer Harry On Sunday a preliminary meeting un work of tracks, and is in such a position der the auspices of the Men's Association that some much needed improvements DIVISION 6 of the Sacred Heart was held in Ardee, can not be gone on with unless it is Meets on the First and Third Tuesday the Very Rev. Canon Rogers presiding, removed. The Anglican Bishop has Evenings of Each Month with the object of assisting the move referred the offer of the railway to move President Frank G. Cunningham. ment for the Armagh Cathedral bazar, the monument to the city cemetery or to Vice President John E. Yenner. Recording Secretary L. J. Mackey. The people of this fine old town are de an adjoining square to the Irish people, Financial Secretary J. J. Curran, 616 termined to take a leading part in this and they have been holding meetings to Thirteenth street great undertaking. discuss the question. The sentiment of Treasurer M. J. McCarthy. The North Tipperary County Council the meetings is unanimously hostile to will endeavor to have a new railroad built the proposed change. "Any interference ODORLESS VAULT GLEANING. from Nenagh to Dromineer. The dis with either the plot or the stone," says a tance between Nenagh and the Shannon resolution adopted at one of these meet at Dromineer was only six English miles ings "would be a violation of Christian Telephones 1097-182- 0. and the construction of the proposed charity and a blot on the escutcheon of WELL DIQQINQ. Orders by mall will PRY tramway would open up the whole dis Canadian humanity." It does not appear receive prompt attention. trict on the opposite side, which pra'cti that the monument marks the resting cally means a cheap and beneficial com place of any of the victims; they died 111 RECENT DEATHS. munication between the Provinces of such numbers that they were, buried, The funeral of Mrs. Mary Brenner Munster and Conaaught by the County cofiinless, in deep trenches in a nearby field, which is now covered with houses, took- place Tuesday morning from St. uaiway. At the meeting of the Dundalk Urban It is curious that, although only Charles Borromeo church. She was the years haye passed since the epi wife of the late Andrew Brenner, and her Council letters were received from Dr. death ia mourned by the many relatives McDonnell, surgeon to Louth Infirmary, demic, no one seems to know exactly and Dr. J. C. Sellars drawing attention to where the burial spot. was. and friends. the serious inconvenience and even dan The death of Miss Mary G. Moore ger to patients in the infirmary from the THE PRAYER OF AFFLICTION. caused great sorrow among her large defective water supply, the pressure on number of friends. The funeral was from the town mains being insufficient to keep They have sung the "De Profundis" o'er St. Charles Borromero church Wednesday up a proper supply. No decision was the remains of mother dear; morning. come to at the meeting as to the proposed I am so lonely now, Lord its notes still echo in my ear. SUPRISED THEIR FRIENDS. new mains. Within my Jieart the sunehine smiles At me aiigo juorouen uourt a man above, (y Announcement was made Wednesday named James Gray, residing at the Knap-pag- h And pain has, summoned all its hosts of of the marriage of George J, Barrett, of road, was charged with stabbiug fear; 783 Eaat Main street, and Mise Lillian two men named Martin Coen and Martin e grave has shut out earthly Morau, of 1514 Story avenue. The wed- Henry. Both men were unable to an- - The love. ding was solemnized at Princeton, Ky., pear owing to the severe nature of their When, soft, dark eyea shown on me. I October 15. Mr. Barrett met MisaMoran injuries. It appeared that the parties was brave; at Princeton while on a hunting trip uaa a row in Martin's public-housout and they decided to become man and of which Gray wu forcibly ejected. A mother's gentle hand made Hie fearless, but the grave wife, having been sweethearts for some Afterward the three men met in the time. The aunoucetneut caused aptne street and some hot words having taken Ha shut out tfladaeas from mv weerv eyea. surprise among their many friends. Mr. place, Gray stabbed, it ia alleged. Coen I look to heaven, but the very aklae Barrett h the son of Mr. John J. Barrett, and Henry in the abdomen. The injured clothed in purple: I stand here riht undertaker, and nerved with Ceekv wen were conveyed to the local infirmary, Are alone. pany H, of the Legion, in Porto Xico. wnere iney u,i precarious condition. Thou who did'st grieve beaide the The bride U the daughter of Mr. John P. a man namea Lowe has made acom. widow's sou Morati, of the lyouisville Packing com- plaint to the police in Galway that while Pity and help mc my "Thy will be r; pany. Q returning home along the banks of the done." J. J. H, pants one dollar pair bet-t- ar river on Monday night he was attacked coat more. Cheap Io by tone men, who took JS25Q from .him, ' up and eta vn ia the new year. CrtwsB, any old price, wtuea am ami in nu pockets at BUCKINGHAM Coined ans sec-tio- 111 MI, MY A. O. II. in , ui toast, sad he also alleged that when they had robbed him they pitched him into the river, from which he was picked up by some persons who were attracted to the spot by his shouts. No arrests have been made. At the Curragh Petty Sessions Private Albert Barnard, of the Royal Engineers, was brought up in custody, charged with stabbing Shoeing-Smit- h Clarke with a knife over the left eye. The wounded man has been detained in the hospital. The accused, who was under orders for the Cane, was sentenced to two months' imprisonment with hard labor. At the general quarterly meeting of the North Tipperary County Council at Nenagh, under the Presidency of Thomas Corcoran, a deputation consisting of Rev. Father Bannon, Maurice Power, Thomas Ryan and Thomas O'Brien, appeared be fore the County Council, introduced by Thomas Duggan, and advocated the claims of the people of Thurles to have the old Bridewell of Thurles leased to trustees for the purpose of turning it into a public hall. Mr. Duggan mentioned that the people of Thurles were prepared to expend the sum of $10,000 on rebuilding the place, of which Archbishop Croke had already subscribed the munificent dona tion of $2,500. The resolution was passed unanimously. At the Athlone Petty Sessions (Bray ney) William Doyle, Church street, was summoned for several breaches of the sale of poisons act, for permitting poison to be sold on his premises by a non qualified assistant, defendant himself, as manager, not being present at the time, and for selling poison without making the necessary entries in his poison book as required by the provisions of the act The newly-forme- d organization with Cardinal Logue aud Lord Plunket at its Head has already taken steps with the view to having the evicted tenants in East Galway reinstated in their holdings, There are still over 150 of these, each representing a family, of the number having been former tenants of The Lewis estate ad Lord Clanricarde. joins and it is in connection with that property that his Eminence and tord Plunket have opened negotiations. The committee has communicated with Fran cis Tully, Looscauus, Woodford, who represents the There are strong hopes entertained in the locality that the benevolent efforts of the commit tee will be successful. Two weeks ago Coroner Thomas Lind say, of Londonderry, held au inquest at Mr. O'Kane's hotel, Dungiven, concern ing the death of a woman named Alary who re Mulhn, a widow, aged fifty-sisided in a cottier house near Dungiven. Dr. Higgins, medical officer of the Dun given Dispensary, stated that Mrs, Mullin had been in the habit of getting lini ments and medicine from him for over a year for an affection of the knee joint, About a week ago she got a lotion from him which contained poison. On Satur day, a few minutes before noon, he was called to attend Mrs. Mullin, being in formed thatshe had' taken a drink of the lotion ia mistake for whisky7 He ap plied the usual antidotes, but without avail, as she died about an hour after his reaching the house. The jury returned a verdict of death from misadventure. two-thirx, 5 HIBERNIANS. THEATRICALS. UNION MADE. NOT IN A THUST. What They Have Been Doing the Past Weak General News Notes. Division 1, Bridgeport, Conn., will hold their annual fair in January. The prize contest between the members of Division 1 of'Dulutlf is now waxing warm. Division 8 of Pawtucket, R. I., received four propositions for membership at its last meeting. The ladies of the division at Wanskuck,' R. I., recently gave a'coffee supper that proved a very successful and enjoyable affair. , The Hibernians of Syracuse are making great preparations for the New York Convention, which will be held there in June. Division 1 of Duluth at its last regular meeting initiated nine new members. The division is planning for another of its open meetings, which have always been productive of much good. The records of the Ladies' Auxiliary of Division 5 of Minneapolis show one hundred insurance 'members, which is steadily increasing.' The ladles will give a New Year's ball January 1. Division 3, Minneapolis, welcomed their members who recently returned from service with the Thirteenth regiment in the Philippines with a. reception and banquet on November 16. Owing to pressure of business and National President Keating has been compelled to postpone his visit to Pawtucket and Blackstone Valley until January. The division expected him there lost week. Division 3 of Syracuse has ns candidates for the Presidency for the disusing year Bernard Farley, Richard Lynch, John Morrissey and James Lynch, the well known printer, all able men, each of whom would honor the .chair of any ' division. The last meeting of the Ladies' Auxiliary of Division 1 of Duluth was an interesting dne, nine new members being initiated. This society now numbers nearly one hundred members, and the ladies are contesting for a prize. The Daughters of Erin of Division I of Providence will celebrate their third anniversary next week. A concert, sup per and prominent- - speakers are among the good things promised. Seven mem-lameeting. bers were initiated at the The fair given by Division 12 of Providence was most satisfactory in its results. At its monthly meeting Sunday week six candidates were admitted and nine applications received. Several officers from other divisions were present and delivered addresses. ' The aumversarysfof the Manchester 41 x.n f A.I ana u linen, was nittriyrs, mien, observed by th"e,iH4!rniaHs''of St. Paul iusi rnuay uignt.im; oau was crowuea and every reference to their names elicited the most enthusiastic applause. Mention of Michael Davitt and his recent pat riotic action was vociferously applauded, Major Reilly, of .Providence, was pres ent at the meeting of the Hibernian Rifles of Valley (Falls, R. I., Sunday week, and announced that inspection of the companies would soon be held. This year will be battalion as well as company inspection, and each company will have opportunity to witness the inspection of the others. st 'J "His Better Half "is the. title of the farce comedy, which has served to bring Boyle and Graham so auspiciously intb the legitimate fold, and which has been accepted everywhere as the embodiment of all that is desirable in an entertainSOMETHING NEW. SOMETHING GOOD't. ment pf merry merit. It is regarded by blase critics as being a decidedly refresh LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WORKS. Manufactured by ing relief from the conventional offerings Made from selected Burley Tobacco. The best Irish Whisky (Potheen) and of a similar character. Boyle and Graham, likewise, have been the recipients of no flavoring enter into its composition. uncertain congratulations by virtue of their ability to supply an almost endless variety of snap-sho- t mirth. Their wotk is regarded as something akin to phe- - CHEW POTH N TOBACCO. 11 ft lift AND INCORPOBATED. MAIN-STREE- T BREWERY II V tf CO. r V 31 LAGER BEER PORTER. IT'S PURE. 1 nOYI,It AND GRAHAM, AT TUB AVBNUR, NKXT WEEK. Seventh, and St. Catherine. Frank Fehr'a Beer always WINES,LIQUORS AND CIGARS. 011 tap. Special attention paid to orders for family use. I LOUISVILLE, KY. I, nomenal,and the audiences have marveled at the continuous flow of sparkling sallies and wit with which these two clever artists permeate the entire atmos phere of the play. "His Better Half " will appeal to the risibilities of the Avenue's patrons next week and the chances are ten to one that several but tons will spring their fastenings. Hot Itaneh Day and IStight. JOHN F. OBRTBL, BUTCHERTOWN BREWERY, CREAM COMMON BEER 1400-140- 4 Mclntyre & Heath's Comedians, one of the best vaudeville organizations of the season, will open at the Buckingham Theater for one week, commencing Sun day afternoon. The company consists of Mclntyre and Heath in a new act; the Three Nevaros, marvelous European acrobats; the Young American Quintette from Koster & Bial's, New York: Derenda and Breen, .pedestal club jugglers; Bicknelle, the dough modeler; McWaters and Tyson, sketch artists; Stinc and Evans, comedians. The per- - Telephone 89i. Story Avenue, LOUISVILLE, KY MUNTYRC.Hl Kil-rus- -- fifty-seve- n, OUR THANKSGIVING DINNER. Written for the Kentucky Irish American. In the poultry yard this morning Waxes war both loud and strong, For the table must-b- laden To the tune of the old ax song. Lift it gently, lay it firmly On the neck so good and strong Of our dear old Turkey Gobbler, We have been fatten'g all summer long, A, 1 formance will conclude with a one act farce which has been voted the funniest specialty ever conceived or seen on the stage, by the authors, the greatest black face comedians on earth. The management of this attraction have made an effort to give the public some new features and faces as a relief from the suce cession of worn out acts that one constantly sees at our vaudeville theaters. Through the East, where this attraction has been playing since the beginning of the season, only the highest praise of the performance and the business done has been heard. The Buckingham will no doubt have a chance to further test its capacity during the stay of this attraction and its patrons will be convinced that there is "something new under the sun' even in fashionable vaudeville. old-tim- KLEIDERER, ODlxe 354 Fourth Avenue, Near Jefferson. bailor, Suits and overcoats $25 and Has Ud. just received his New Fall and Winter Importations. J m Tjgeufrih'fiy, a THt BEST IS THC CHEAPEST K S JT 3 f JOHN - fifty-thre- continues to give first-claj&nd For programs to its patrons, and next week will prdsent a (klalojue new play to Louisville people, "Queena.'l Now he is ready for the oven a romance ot singular heart interest. Seven experienced teachers, each one a specialist in his line. Graduates of Full o stuffing as cau be; The first act occurs near New York City. this college preferred by business houses. There are other schools than ours, but door, wide open Maudy throws the The second and third at the American none that can offer our facilities. Shoves him into eternity. Legation, Paris. The fourth, and last Every now and then she peeps act, returns to America, where all ends -At his regal gown in state, happily. A young English nobleman, dur Bastes him often, for he warps so, ing a brief stay in America falls in love Till we think he'll evaporate. with a sweet young American woman. A 219-22- 7 secret marriage follows, and then begins Steaming hot and full of gravy, Turkey's brown, done, bone and thoug; a series of situations and incidents that absorbs the interest until the final curtain. Then comes Mandy,- - struggling vainly, A lie lact that mere is another person Saying " 'Tole yo' t'won't be long." WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN named "Queena" lends additional inter In the middle of the table est. The last act is one of the most ef He is placed with.ceremonv fective ever presented. The sentiment of By the right he hae for ages KY. the father and mother, the pathos of the Gained through acts of chivalry. little child and the atmosphere of the scene presents a picture that is ineffaceable. Fruits and flowers wildly wander Some very pretty scenery will be dis in among the mm ana calces, played and the properties will be, new While the rabbits and the 'possum and lavish. e Round him play chase. ss Then his feathers-K- m! how pretty They will deck the chimney-piec- e Of that big old roomy kitchen When he lays in "requiesce." The Meffert Company at the Temple JJk ITALIAN SWISS COLONY WINE CO., West Jefferson Street. WHALLEN BROTHERS, Proprs., TelopUotao 2100. LIQUORS OF HLL KINDS. LOUtSVItiLB, wild-goos- Now at last the bell is tinkling, And the hour of plenty, too; In and out they keep a mingling, o As they march in two-by-tw- LOUISVILLE'S CHILD ACTORS. BOARD OF TRADE BUILDING, new-mad- Aged ones are first1 in number, With the froet upon their head, As their season fast advances. Youth must follow in their tread. Gold and silver now are blended, Seated round their feative board, But a silence falls among them Grand Pa's vote ia faintly heard As he asks that heavenly bleasiug On this night of all the year, Thauklug God for ajany favors Of the past, and tahae now here. e, Jmu In the distance iooctt the twilight 0 And ita glimmer oil the room, Hair, like silver, forau a halo aweet conimunt. Round that head Like an echo bells Wafting up 1 tolling, tor. fa.St. ic Craaw 417 Jtowur oa dollar Gwa4t'e . jptaanyeri, par jUl and fati Stella and Harry Ctiacaden, who play juvenile parts with the Meffert Stock com pany, are deservedly favorites with Louis ville theater goers. Thev are bright, capable and thoroughly at home on the stage, always showing marked improvement and success in the more important roles assigned them. In "The Power of the Press" Stella, as Dan the newsboy, and Harry, as Baby Carson, filled the bill to the entire satisfaction of their many friends and the delightful appreciation of the audience which warmly applauded. These children have proven that they poaaeas real dramatic talent, and give promise to add to Louisville's galaxy of theatrical "geniuses who have become famous. With their' talent they an modest and polite, gracefully appre ciating the praue accorded them, and car neat in their efforts to prove worthy of it The Louisville people are ever ready to encourage talent in the voumr. 9& Into THIRD AND MAIN ST8., scLOUISVILLE, KY. CENTRAL LABOR UNION Walsh the Tailor, 232 FOURTH AYE. OFFICERS. President James McGlll, Vice President J. W. Stevens. Zeno M. Corresponding Secretary Young, 1100 Second street. Recording Secretary T. J. Hennessy. Financial Secretary Charles Feetz, Treasurer William A. Pool. Sergeant at Arms Nelson Green. Chairman Board of Directors Waiter M. 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