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II i I 4 ti Li d i0 I LfIlLl4b iiiCANit 1 b4r f i 1 JUNE 1900 PRICE FIVE CENTS EXODUSSERIOUS1Alarm tion Front the Emerald Isle Records Show Nearly 10000- P raons Sailed Away During May London Writer Suggests a Set0 tleruent in South 7 Africa DIREr PFECT OF AN ALIEN RULER The depopulation of this country goes steadily on and in view of the fearful and continuous drain of emigration one almost can say with a recent writer that it is possible to contemplate a day when Ireland will Jxs one vast prairie and when the last ship load of the Irish race will bave disappeared beneath the verge of the western horizon says Owen Roe in his Dublin letter to the Chicago Chronicle Such a thought is as pathetic as it is pessimistic and taking the decline of the last halfcentury as a basis it is not im possible by mathematics to determine a date when Irelands last man will have disappeared Of course by the nature of things such an apprehension may be set down as groundless yet some instant remedy is needed to prevent the hegira of the people Otherwise the dwindling process will continue in this illfated land where bullocks are more sacred in the eyes of the Government than human soulsThe statistics of the last month show that nearly 10000 persons left this country 4I for foreign lands being an increase of about 2000 over the returns for May 1899 Of course the great majority of theseprobably fully ninetenths sailed for the United States although it is be coming known through experience detailed in letters that the land of Washington is no longer the land of promise that it was Here are some startling figures which show that in the last fifty years the population of Ireland has de creasedjjy onehalf Population of Ireland in 1B41 8176125 estimated population in 1845 9000000 population of Ireland in 1891 4704760 estimated population in 1900 4600000 No such pitiable story can be told of any other land on earth nnd the simple telling of it is the blasting condemnation of the heartlessness and mercllessness of alien rule When a people so passionately fond of their native laud as the Irish are fly from it as from a plague spot the Government that rules them stands selfcondemned In the light of the pitiable fact every boast of the predomi nant partner about Christian progress and civilization is the lie of a hypocrite This neverceasing efflux of the people is spreading alarm through all ranks and classes and press and public speakers are giving the matter earnest attention and calling upon the people to stay at home and not desert the old land when most she needs their efforts And what makes the matter most distressful from an eco nomic as well as a Nationalist viewpoint is that those who leave are the young and 3strong the hope and life and pride of the race while the aged and the feeble remain here It is as a prominent public man lately said our own people who are flgoing away meaning thereby that it is the truly Irish element that disappear lug With this in view it is not to be wondered at that Mr Balfour stated inp 1the House of Commons several nights ago that he did not regard emigration as an unmixed evil Others also are known to rejoice over this stream of emi 7 gration for they hope that after another generation or so the Nationalist element if not practically extinct will be too small and weak bedangerous And the somewhat remarkable fact is becoming apparent that coincident with the outgoing stream of Irish emigration there is art incoming one of British immi gratlon One of the Nationalist papers of this city asks 41Do Irish people realize what is going on If they wish the Ireland of the future to be the Ireland of the past inhabited by genuine Irish people nurtured in the o old traditions inspired with old ideals they mast take determined steps to stop the exodus And while sayiag that emigration is mutely to tbe attributed Jomiovm Hient it can aot elp thfaklng that some who go sight make a living at home if they pat their shoulders to the wheel jn earnest This paper says The mtkss spirit olthtt age 1Uatir ring the aiiads of young Irish in n and wotnea They fel thatt theyuiuetleO somewhere but very often they dou04 improve their lot by going Two IrlshK Americaas Father DollanlaBdaMr Q5llIveu harc notatty written to the I Irbti press raising a note of warniag They wttb the tpedetcc4rs 1in Dtrrpeopletoi fivi vpttMir try to Brltiso dvea tarara without struggle PraspecCs arc 4bljalater in sone rosptcts than they have e m Ariculture i 1IiMo5 of to do iowa sub 11o Ij course only tpuches the fringe of the question as long as the land question islI unsettled but Jhe prospect of universal peasant proprietorship becoming an ac complished fact is becoming every day more likely of realization When the people own the land which they declare they love so dearly surely they will live on it and develop its resources to the fullest extent Aa Lord Castletown once asked 4 What is the good of a County Coun cil with no one in the county Some of the more intelligent and un prejudiced Unionists and Englishmen are thatenllgntion they fondly thought anfl so now comes along an able writer in the London Chronicle who if he could not stop emi gration would direct it so that it would not T rove Jo be a thorn in the side of John Bull atula danger to the peace and projects of the empire He calls ihimself Demetrius C De Kavauagh BoulgerPhoebus What a name to swell the sounding trump of fame is this combination ot Latin Norman Irish and possibly Dutch Mr Boulger wants an Irish coll ony in South Africa and for the purpose of planning it on a sure foundation he would give free conveyance to 5000 Irish families and assign them lands on the soil of the two republics provide them with seeds and implements He writes In this way a population of between 25000 and 30000 souls considerably less than a years emigration from Ireland could be obtained at once as the basis of a colony identified in a specially honor able and striking degree with the name of the sister island If the experiment succeeded the colony would be fed naturally by a continuous stream of fresh emigrants from Ireland To give the scheme a greater prospect of success the cooperation of the Roman Catholic church should be insured by including in the scheme of first settlement provision for a certain number of priests who would look after the spiritual interests of the new colony and very probably the Pope would name a Bishop of the new land of promise In this manner the sentiment of the Irish people would be aroused and enlisted in the success of the undertaking- At the same time the English Gov ment would for the first time on record be doing something to give Irishmen a chance of accomplishing a work for which they would get credit in the eyes of the world and at the hands of history Of course like all English schemes in which Ireland concerned the dominant thought jsthe benefitofifaeBritwh 4sn pire Hconideration for any advantage to be gained by the sister isle being a mere incidental thing If Ireland had the 6000 families to spate Nationalists here would readily assist in placing them in South Africa for it would be a ready means of building up an irreconcilable and a dozen times more dangerous new Ireland in South Africa After biden a wee and multiplying as moral healthy races can under kind conditions it would take the Irish and Dutch but a short while to overthrow English supremacy Both races are alike in that they never will forgive and never forget that their liberties and independence have been trampled upon by brute force- S S THOMAS NOHALTY Succumbs to Illaess Contracted Willie a Member of the Louisville Police Force In the death of Thomas Nohalty Jr the West End loses another well known and popular young man The sad event occurred Monday night at the residence of his parents 2101 Portland ayenue and the announcement was received by his friends and acquaintances with profound sorrow When but a young boy he went to work at Scanlans foundry learning the iron molders trade He was recognized as a skilled mechanic and staunch union man many of his former fallowworkmen followJng his remains to their last resting place Some years ago he left the foun dry to accept an appointment on the police force While performing his duties as a police officer he contracted a severe cold and illness from which he never fully recovered and this was the real cause of his death Unable to longer stand the exposure incident to the life of a policeman he resigned from the force and became associated with his brother Roger Nohalty at Twenty first and Port land avenue in the hope that he might entirely recover but that was not to be The deceased was the son of Thomas and Mary Nohalty and unmarried lie was known M a devoted sort and affec donate brother and the vast concourse that witaasMd the solemn funeral serv ieas atSt Cecilias church Wedaeeday morning best maaifasted the inexpressible grief at his taking off when jjut ia the prime of life Possessed pf the happy faculty of Making friends with all classes he also stood vary hifh as a awteber of the police dttmentHlede was a sad J4ow to his brother aadaged parents who have the sympatliy of a wM circle of frfeuds iUailaNHAM TtJrawi Ung of th abofe pop ilar otganlsstlis Ub held at Ether uian Hall ext rhursdaytevwrfng Mat cciaMupfotcoaIiMnd red by 1W acers There win be was iaterecHng topics Vp for diacuarfoa- QttSw A ttttOwW Oi 89W taMDMflV W 97- psjoUdtobepnMatforinldatioa I S j tt COLUMBIANS A Grand CRth Organization Composed of Prominent CltizeiiH I Society Has For Its Object the jI Advancement ofInterests i tLRlt Chiefly n Soda Body But IB- n Beneficiary One as Well WILL INITIATE SIXTY TOMORROW Nowhere in this country can there be found banded together in friendly asso ciation a finer body of men than the 200 prominent citizens who compose the membership of Louisville Council of the Knights of Columbus Many of them are men of note and importance in the 1local business and professional worlds others hold high and responsible posil tions in the service of the civic adminis tration and all of them are citizens of high character lofty moral standing and actuated by a zealous endeavor to promote the truest interests of the Church and State For the information of those utiac c uainted with the history and purposes- of this now great and successful society it will not be amiss to state that the Knights- of Columbus is an organization that is exclusively Catholic It is an association established particularly for the benefit of the Catholic laity and while it welcomes and enrolls in its membership such clergymen who desire to join its ranks it iis maintained chiefly for the interests the pleasures and the benefits of the young men who form so large and so important a section of the Catholic population Late in the 70 the first council of the order of knights named in honor of the great Catholic discoverers was instituted in the pretty university town of New Haven Conn From its home in the heart of the Yale settlement the society traveled to New York and from Gotham it proved but a short step to Boston and Chicago The Louisville council was in atitat De d1Jlili r of our leading citizens and from that day to the present its success has been phe nomenal untUjt is now everywhere recognized one of the most progressive and important councils in the order During the past year its officers have been called upon to officiate in Cincinnati Columbus and Indinapolis at the con ferring of degrees and instituting new couucilsOuly last Sunday a large clall was initiated into Indinapolis Council when the degrees were conferred by Matt J Winn Robert Watson and J J Fitzgerald the three highest officers in Louisville CouncilTomorrow a class of sixty will be init- iatedi in this city and extensive prepara tions have been made for the important event as there will be many distinguished I personages present from Illinois Indiana Ohio and Kentucky Chairman W D Harris and his colleagues have left uoth lug undone that would lend eclat to the occasion and make this affair a memor ableone The members will attend mass at one of the churches in the morning after which will follow the initiation cere monies the most beautiful and edifying of any of the many existing fraternal orders When these are over the visitors and members will repair to the Louisville Hotel where Manager George Mulligan will have prepared one of the finest ban quets ever served in this city and which Save made this hotel famous Quite a list of toasts and responses have been arranged for the banquet and the flow of wit and oratory promises to be of the highest order The present officers of Louisville Council No 300 are as follows i Grand Knight Matt J Vinn Deputy Grand KnightRobert A Wat sonLecturerCharl F Taylor Chancellor J J Fitzgerald Secretary John J Flynn Treasurer George E Mulligan Chaplain Rev Charles P Ratio Inner Guard John J Barrett Outer Guard John H Coleman Council Physician Dr Charles Gj LucasWarder E Payson Smith Trustee Dr JA Ouchttrlony W D Harris D F Murphy Frank A Menus aOOT J Tierney The Louisville Council meets each mouth and while the object of the organization is chiefly social intercourse resulting in the advancement of the 1aityt1eiCuightsSciary insurance organization But this la only a supplementary purpose Its main- f411abflgont of fraternity and through this Weal of brotherhood reaching out in to th world to sow the good seed of the e1i11atiued upon aroekTble coaa eUl has jttcittdad on its aiatnbersbip rol j t1M new of the btst kNOWn and OIt ra pcUd Catholic ciiisM in the PIty Tife Wflwit cMnieief and time high eat tiAIJefjdMllforiniti bers prsh both 1In chscterssd 1eM- t1aeforoe aad the wisdom of the trafi of catholic precept white maintaining at UK same time a love and menace for thshswoItkatioveTathtw tevt Mttbo sjpoi irii l for the entlr me of exercises which is quite le FORCED TOltETURN MuIIetand FItZII rs thelrlsh IInvincible Le ve Ami a i Joseph Mullet aatjfatnea FlUliarrls the Irish Inviucibleelllo arrived in New York on May 27 seat back last Saturday on the sti Servia Because of their alleged com yin the Plunniz Park murder for htbey served eighteen years li 1h prisons the board of special iuqaj itt the immigrant Departmentboth guilty of moral turpVtaMe and were con sequently barred from Bering the coun try aThe two men were ento time pier in an express wagon t gher with several other deported ImmigfiSits At their own request they were dtiup Broadway in order that they inigtwsee as much of New York as possible They were the targets for all sorts offeadinage and remarks from the crpwdnfxU they paid no attention As the won was driven away Fitzharris aroeetplaced one hand on Mullets shoulder iymoved his dark green soft hat and madli profound bow His action was greetedwith sallies from the crowd in front of thbarge office There were quite a auanber of acquaintances at the Cunard jler among them Mrs Lillian Brenaadjfee daughter of their old jailer who catogIve the two men a little jolHficaHoaJbut this was not allowed The Surgeon of the Servia and the deportation officer 1Veigled Mullet and Fitzharris into thewteerage hospital and closed the door A niasteratarms was detailed to hold Ithe door The trapped Irishmen yelletuiustitvl and called upon their fellowcounfjyaieu to come to their aid Skin the wt stuck his head through the portjjole and yelled They denounced their enptora and hurled themselves against thewor No one responded to their call Mullet challenged all comers bar none t personal combat In response to the pleadings of their New York friends the j JHen were finally allowed to take leave oftheir visitors on the steerage deck the Servias chief officer having BUrroWiSd them with stewards Both claio3dto have been badly treatedanti sakljibey were glad to go The leading Irfckeiea of the coun try took Jittle fntereM4the two BSJ HS The funeral oJohnKeatingtok place Saturday from St Aloysius church and was largely attended Mr Keating was one of the oldest residents on the lull and for the past twentynine years had been employed iin Cave Hill cemetery He leaves three sons Robert Thomas and John all grown Miss Lulie Bryan aged nineteen years died Sunday evening at the family residence 1922 West Jefferson street after a protracted illness to the great grief of her many relatives and friends Her funeral was largely attended at St Pat ricks church Tuesday morning and the interment was in St Louis cemetery One of the largest fuueralsever seen at St Charles church was that of Mrs Michael Doerhoefer which took place yesterday morning Her death occasioned intense sorrow among her many friends and acquaintances by whom she was held in the highest esteem She was a lady of excellent traits of character and Very charitable The funeral of Mrs Rosa Jacobs who died Thursday at her residence on Twentyfirst street takes place this morn lug from St Cecilias church ofwhich she had been for many years a devout member The deceased lady was the mother of Capt Janus Jacobs of the police force and Capt John Jacobs of the fire department She was sixty years of age and her death was due to a com pUcation of diseases Mrs Elizabeth HefJernan an aged and highly respected lady of the least End died Tuesday nighf at time home of her daughter Mrs Limei Brown 1708 Pope street from causes incident to her ad vanced years Her fHneral took place yesterday morning from the Church of the Blessed Sacrament with requiem mass for the repose of hersoul She was the mother ofDan HeffeJniari of the Louis yule Hotel and William Heffernan the wellknown 14 Netglnef sACRED HEART PICNIC There was an ettthualsstkmeeting of members of rheSaersd Heart congrega eveningel in the interest of the picnic and outing to be held at1litew Park The different coatnittaM made very e ragi-ng reports Miss Irtte Wellington has been the moat suceessfal and if others acoMHplish as Mack aistie has this Wil- lbetJie nnerpfealcef the rMrs Tnu4rho lrcant the ladies of the nplCtatlonpromilcto tthe beat din mtr of theseasoni Misses Mink Carey Gertie Hardy A tieaKcDoBOHghMary Gkan and edwin wijl have aharft of therrefrasfattietita MTIJfIAC1ION TIle Young Maas DiTuioM of Uie Ancient Or4ar i Htfthilais will hold Oaaonowafterb t society wUl be 4eW opaa Many of thOM who bwaim MMniwa years ago favor BrtM tetb Iubranch and- swaIgasistI it t ftitWo 1 y 0J frt1 APPRECIATED Three Divisions of Hlbornlann ReElect Their Fnltli ful oniccrn Division 1 Decides to Hold a Public Installation and Reception ExCounty President Murphy Highly Complimented by Division 2 A BIG TURNOUT WEDNESDAY NIGHT The past week was a remarkably busy one among the Hibernians of this city Divisions 1 2 and 4 had meetings at which there was an unusually large attendance of the members That the best of feeling prevails in the great order was made manifest in the election of officers the one change made being in the Presidency of Division 1 Thomas 1Dolan one of the best known and zealous workers in the order was elected to succeed Tom Keenan the latter now being County President Under his guidance the pioneer division expects to accom jpush great work during the coming year With this end in view there will be a jpublic reception nnd installation of officers on Tuesday evening July 10 to which all Hibernians and their friends are invited The following are the officers to be installedl PresidentThomas J Dolan Vice President Tim J Sullivan Recording Secretary Peter J Cusick TreasurerJohn Mullo- ySergeantatArmsJohn Killeen Sentinel Tim Lyons Standing Committee James Barry Martin J Cusick David OConnell Mark Ryan Newton G Rogers Wednesday night Division 4 held its ielection and nearly every one of the 200 imembers was present During the past year this division has experienced a iremarkable growth until she now heads the list in Jefferson county President Hennessey Toni Lynch and Harry Brady the latter now serving his seventh con IIec1olfucrmIA nQ9 J their record Their reelection was a foregone conclusion and the announce ment of their choice by acclamation was received with enthusiasm The follow ing are the officers for next year PresidentJohn Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Recording SecretaryJohn Grogan Financial Secretary George Wahiff AssistantThomas Langan TreasurerHarry Brady SergcautatArms Jerry Hallahan Sentinel William AusBro Sanding Committee Joe McGinn John A Murphy Mike Walsh John Gillespie TonI Downing Thursday evening Division 2 held its annual election and while the attendance was not as large as the others there was more enthusiasm This division has suffered great reverses owing to sickness and death of members from which it has entirely recovered Its prospects are now brighter than ever before The compli ment paid its officers was deserved and forIfirst place The following were all re elected by acclamation- PresidentWilliamnT Meehan Vice President Thomas Campfield Recording Secretary John Mooney Financial SecretaryJohn Keaney Treasurer Owen Keiran Standing CommitteeCon Ford J Charles Obit Al Barrett William Welsh and Frank Byrnes- Resolutions were introducedandI adopted expressing the thanks of Division 2 to County exPresident John A Murphy for his many words of cheer and valuable assistance during his term of office The three divisions abovementioned also elected representatives tothe Catholic Union which will be permanently organ ized on Sunday July 8 a DOING PARIS Col John II Whallen Col James Whallen D X Murphy John Droege and party have been spending the past two weeks in Paris Their tour of Ire land begins next week and will last probably ten days after which they will sail for home All are in the best of health and have received marked attention frothall the Govenjrnoat officials and men of note MAHONE COMING William D Mahoaei President of the National amalgamated Association of Street Railway SmpJoyes will arrive in this city tonighti ti and will tomorrow afternoon address a public meeting att Backs Hall hold under the auspices of the Central Labor U ftiIB the interest ofthc lawn on strike fa 8ti Louis Hie a powerful speaker sad should hays a large audience s OUTINGS AND PICNICS Rev Father AckniMB and the ember of St Philip Nffi church we mM fxhnuivt amagemmU tot J1M SMwiky school picnic Ito be stllliVenieW Parkoa Thursday July IS Theme willl be plenty of sntusfments for UM UtileI fenu wd c Aitu of MUM will pro i 1 vide luncheoir and everything necessary for the comfort of the grown people 1 The parish picnic of Holy Cross church this year will be given early next month on the Imndriome grounds of Henry Kock Broadway and Thirtyfirst street Rev Father Cunningham and the ladies and gentlemen of his church have always made these affairs thoroughly enjoyable but this year they will endeavor to surpass their former efforts having arranged an excellent programme for this occasion There will be two outings on Sunday August 19 TIme wholesale house em ployes and their friends will spend time day at Fern Grove leaving the city at 9 oclock The affair is in the hands of some of the bestknown young men on Main street and they are arranging for a jolly time The other will be for that of the Pastime Drill Company composed of popular young Germans of the southern part of the city who will celebrate at Eisenmengers Garden These outings have always been enjoyable and both will no doubt be well patronized S S COONEYHOUGE Pretty Wedding of Popular Young People at St Patricks There have been many pretty weddings during the past month but none sur passed in brilliancy or beauty that at St Patricks church Wednesday afternoon when time Rev Patrick Kelleher united in the bonds of matrimony Joe Cooney and delta Hough The three altars were ablaze with lights and the edifice was filled with relatives and well wishers of the young couple The bride was at tired in a handsome wedding gown and presented a lovely appearance She is the niece of Tom Moran of 1635 Bank street with whom she made her home Mr Cooney is the proprietor of the Monarch cigar manufactory He is prominent in Hibernian circles and one of the most popularjyouug business men in Louisville After the ceremony they left for the East where they will remain during the next week Their many friends wish them a life of sunshine and happiness S FIFTY YEARS Old Business House Will Celebrate Its Golden Jubilee Next Thurs day July 5 ci 2 1iJ Geher Son the oldest and best known firm dealing in stoves house furnishing goods and tinware in Louis ville will celebrate its golden jubilee next Thursday under the most auspicious circumstances The firm was established July 5 1850 by Antimony Geher who died June 17 1864 The business was continued by his widow Mrs Euphrosina Geher who had been left with three small children to support with no other means than the small stove store as life insurance at that time was not much in vogueMrs Other however bravely and courageously kept up the business giving her children a good education and setting an edifying example for other women left in like circumstances In January 1880 her son Frank A Geher was admittedI as partner in the business which under the firm nature of Ocher Jfe Son has grown until it Is today recognized as time leading retail stove house in the city They have earned a most ell viable reputation for fair dealing and none congratulates them more heartily upon their deserved success than the Kentucky Irish American- S S JOLLIFICATION The Hibernians Will Tender Frank Cunningham a Reception Next Saturday evening there will be an open meeting of the Hibernians of Jefferson county at Hibernian Hall i when Frank Cunningham and the mem bers of the Robert Emmet Dramatic Society will be tendered a midsummer reception An interesting programme is being ar ranged for that night including able addresses and vocal and musical selec tlons All the members of time order are cordially invited to be present I AQUINAS UNION PICNIC The Aquinas Union will give an excur aba and picnic at rent Grove on Thursday July 26 There will be two boats one in the morning and the other at noon There will be all kinds of athletic contests such as foot racing jumping etc anda base ball game in the afternoon between the JJeltpas and aveBurkes picked Bine FOOLISH FEMALES The beautiful name of Maryre marks the Pittsburg Observer te maimed1 by some young women who call them selves Mae Maya Manila and other horrible nickname If any girl who has beta called Mary in baptism donotliket- hat sweat name or does not prise thepat- onageof the Blessed Virgin jktkKca11I herself Guinevere Blaine pasdaatoHa j GwenciollJiludepladys or Marguerite Qtaa1yotber higbfalutin1I name she leaaaa butli1t her not scandalise M all j y spoiling the nicest oi of all a- I Spend your monay with th PIe who s4vrt4as ill ttWtpaptl 1 J FRANKFORT State Office Have All Been Cleaned Papered and Painted Marriage of Miss Genevieve Haley nnd1amesGNoonRn Young Mens Institute Will Go Into Camp For Two Weeks THE NEWS AND GOSSIP OF SOCIETY Special KentuckyIrish FRANKFORT Kv June 29 During the last few weeks a complete metamor phosis has taken place on the Square All the offices have been cleaned papered painted and newly carpeted and are now occupied by the legally elected officials a few of the usurping officers still hanging around the Square as if loath to leave when they should know that there is no possible show for them Gov Beckham can be found at his office every day from early morn till dewy eve discharging the arduous du ties of his office in such a manner as to reflect credit on himself and the party whose standard bearer he hopes to be this fall With all due respect for the able gentlemen that oppose Gov Beck 1ham for the nomination for the office for which he has fought so long and well every conservative man within the bounds of this grand old Commonwealth can not Ibut acknowledge be is the logical candidate Young brave fearless and loyal tto the cause of the great common people 1 he should sweep Kentucky this fall and roll up one of the grandest victories for Democracy law and order that has ever been recorded in the history of the State On Wednesday last Miss Genevieve Haley the charming daughter of Mr and Mrs D L Haley and Mr James G Noonan were married at the Church of the Good Shepherd the Rev ThomasS Major officiating The attendants were Miss Margaret Haley sister of the bride aj ErHtHeLRJ Njooaan tka4begroom Immediately after the ceremony the happy young couple left for a South ern bridal tour where they will visit Mammoth Cave and other interesting points Miss Haley is one of Frankforts most charming and lovable young ladies while Mr Noonan a rising young business man at present holding a responsible position with the Kentucky Distillers Warehouse Company of this city Their many friends in the Capital City extend their best wishes for a long life of happiness and prosperity The Elite Social Club gave the second of their delightful dances at Thorn Hill Park on Thursday night June 28 A most pleasant evening was spent by all attending Time club proposes giving several boat excursions up the river dur lug the next few weeks The Young Meus Institute camp is now a settled fact and a great time is anticipated by all the members The camp is situated about five miles from Frankfort on a creek and boating and fishing way be indulged in by all who so desire It will be run for two weeks possibly longer if the members so desire All arrangements are in charge of a corn mittee of five of which President William Albermau is Chairman Misses Mae and Dollie McNamara two of Lexingtons most charming young ladies spent last week in the capital city the guests of the Misses Haley on St Clair street Coll D P Davis the wellknown street fair promoter and William Ltitkemier President of the Elite Social Club spent last Sunday in Georgetown Col Davis while there was called upon to prove that he was not in Georgetown the previous Sunday which be readily did with the assistance of Lutkemler Col Patrick OBrien who hiss been quite sick for the pastthree weeks ianow able to be oat again MissSallie W Smith left yesterday for Shelby vilhr and Louisville to visit rela tivcs Mr John Scott of Louisville has becu spending a few days with his mother in this city Mrs Ready of Louisville k the guest of her daughter Mrs Geo B Salender As there are no especial attractions here on July 4 the local Y M Ls will glvenbyBarrrCouncil good time is assured all who attendDJM H VISITING SWEET SULPHUR V Louis Seeger one of the beatknown men ia the city is spending the heated term at Sweet Sulphur Springs During the past few months he has bad his oak at Sixteenth and Madison streets entirely remodeled converting it into M umla place as out be found With this all longItile popular assistant Lee Boukofsky a p The HibernlaiJtI Rifles of Bridgeport Conn were extended ah invitation participate hii the Fourth f July parade in SUaifordi They have accepted ti- mCoiph1esztiadaremmhtig great frpmtkaur for that day = Th I 1W r KEN1U KY Ie 0 KTU6KYRISh flMERIGflN e l NNNNNN NNN Unvoted to the Morel and Social Advancement of all Irlsk Americans I VVILLXAM M xIGGxiJ 1 ubniaslier SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY gc Bettered at the Louisville Poslofftce as SecoudCtasn Matter Adduu all Commsalcauonatetfiel KENTUCKY IRISII AMERICAN 326 West Qreea Street LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY JUNE3o 1900 FOURTH OF JULY Next Wednesday occurs the an uiversary of American independ ence which will be in a manner r 4observed by the youth of this city i We regret there will be no formal1 citit zeus of Louisville The properr J spirit seems lacking the causes forr which we will not attempt to fathom We can not feel proud off the fact that those who wish to publicly observe the day will have Ftoleave the city but such is the t sad state of affairs L DISASTER TO THE VICTORS The defeat of the main Boer armies and capture of the Orange Free State and Transvaal capitals leaving the Boers without a city or position of note heralded by the English as the end of the war have not been followed by the disbanding of the Boer forces and submission to British authority The victory of 300000 British troops over less- thap 50000 Boers has not resulted in the subjugation of the vanquished The brave resistance by the Boers at times to the overwhelming r forces of the invaders t seems to have been intended merely to gain time for a safe retreat and the removal of supplies arms ammunition government archives funds officials and their families out of reach of the invaders The capture of Bloemfontein was a bar ren victory everything having been removed except the sick prisoners forcing Roberts tto halt till he could obtain supplies from Cap Town rr 800 miles away the route requiring a heavy force to guard the supplies pearoute Then after more desperatet fighting to gain more time be iis allowed to enter Pretoria only tto find it likewise deserted and bar ren of everything except 2000 sick r and disabled prisoners for him to feed and care for The Boer govern ment arms supplies ammunition and even the machinery of the powder mills had all been remove to no one knows where Roberts I in possession of the Boer capital 1000 miles from Cape Town wit nearly 100000 men famished an worn out by almost continuous marching and fighting must await supplies and even medicine for the sick from Cape Town while th Boer army he had driven before him countermarch around his flanks attack and defeat the force guarding his only route of commu nication scatter them in disastrous defeat blow up bridges tear up the railroads and then lay in wait and capture the supplies sent from Cape Town for his army His attempt to hasten a junction of forces with Buller who has advanced under like harrassiug conditions through Natal to Laings Nek the key to Trapsvaal where he is held in check thus preventing the union of the British armies the cutting off pf Boer communication and source of supplies by wayof neutral territory and opening up this route for supplies to Roberts army y retailed in the united Boer armies attacking and defeating his advance forge and then serving Bullers flying squadron in the same way Refafprcem uts arrive to find the Boer armie gonewhere The junction with Buller is not yet formed the new route for commu ideation for Roberts via I orenxo MarqueaiaJ note eatabliihed and tlie Boer are not cut off from the world nor are they likely to be till they have opened Ulfanother farther north totreach of the Britiah forces In the nmntime commu nication with Cape Town te only lainUined by a lame force contta 11 v ually menaced frequently attacked and supplies and clothing for Rob erts army captured by the Boers who escape to the mountains The Governments of Transvaali and the Orange I ree State are still 1intact in every feature their armiesI are iu the field and fighting with n indication of surrender though the location of either the seat of gov ernment the officials the base off supplies the number of troops the resources or future plans are un known The status of the govern ments and their credit do not see to have been affected in the least for their agents still buy supplies and munitions in the markets of the world which continue to arrive at neutral African ports and disappear bp unknown routes across th Transvaal frontier All efforts to find President Kruger or President Steyn to propose terms of surrender have failed and all offers of such terms to Boer commanders hav been promptly rejected Englands declaration that the Boer war iisi over is not appreciated by the Boers they seem to hold to the negative side of the proposition and able to keep up the argument indefinitely with little loss and a minimum o expense England to retain the advantage of possession mus maintain in South Africa a large force similar to India subject to harrassing attacks and great loss from battle and climatic disease This in view of the results of 1less than a years campaign sufficient to cause serious apprehension to the British Government The War Office in its report of the losses to British forces in the Boer war to June i gives the number of killed wounded prisoners and invalids at 50000 and the invalids over 12000 only include those perma nently disabled and sent home not the thousands in the hospitals and camps in South Africa FOUND SHORT Eugd landas a military power is manifested in the Chinese situation thehforeignd ers and destroying property has caused all the foreign powers to unite their forces to protect their Englandehas furnished a few hundred marines but she has no troops to send to China She can spare not a man from South Africa despite the factIf the Boer war is over nor any from India just across the border Marines have been unable to resist the onslaught and Russia France Germany the United States and Japan are furnishing troops to suppress the insurrection restore peace and settle the Chinese ques tion England is not in it Hence her chagrin jealously and fears of other powers If she can not furnish her quota of troops needed to rescue and protect her subjects in China what can she do to prevent any movement of her rivals in China or the Far East The other powers will settle the Eastern question as they may prefer England to the contrary notwith standing with a likelihood of England losing what she has in that region if she seeks to interfere Her measure has been taken and she has been found short The proroguing of the British Parliament iiu been again post 1nwag expected Judeeditif had Beeni intimated that with the j capture of PretOria the Parliament would be Siflftoived and the election t held the government submitting the whole lame to the people Bat it illi not tot Despite the enthu 1t siastic loyalty of the popple in sup port of the Government VOlley indicated by the cockneys at the clubs the Government really fears the people who do the voting Defeat of the Government party in a Parliamentary election at this time would be little short of the coup dq grace to the British empire Besides a political campaign would reveal too much of the real condition olf affairs the weakness and insufficiency of the army the imbecility and blunders of government depart ments and finally the dependent condition of England financially and commercially on other nation a situation with dark forebodings hard to explain impossible tc justify and better to avoid alluding to in publicbut which would be discussed iu a political campaign oof the Council in withdrawing from the police and fire departments the 18000 derived from back taxes the resultant curtailing of these forces is neither wise just nor real economy The people especially policme and fire protection and the plea that their taxes will be reduced ia cent or two on theloo will not be a satifactory return for what they are entitled tothe peace and safety whicheonly ample and efficient police an fire departments can give to them There is nothing worse for a com munity than too much economy seeme5 subject to such attacks iNext week we celebrate our second anniversary During the past two years the growth of the Kentucky Irish American has been todayfit is read in thousands of homes iin preference to any similar local or hightstandard will be maintained and its Ifield of usefulness greatly enlarged Ias the weeks go by We have indulged in no idle boasts or threats always giving the best and freshest news and that is why we are in the lead in the journalistic field in this section of the country The Kentucky Irish American was pleased to have a call yesterday afternoon from Samuel B Don nelly President of the International Typographical Union THE RISE OP RED MIKE Kid with hair like rusted gold Comin1 cross the sea from old Ireland in a sailing hlp Took an age to make tho trip Redfaced freckled husky boy Togged In kilts or corduroy With a brogue so thick twas all He could do to let it fall Strapping youth of brawny breast Working in the distant West As a section hand all day Pulling at a pipe of clay Singing Jerry lie the car Whistling now an then a bar Of the tunes he used to hear In his little isle so dear Miner red of hair and face Tramping round from place to place Striking here an there a lick With an old prospecting pick All he owns on earth the pack Borne upon his burros back And the seedy clothes he wears Mostly patches hiding tears Mining king with auburn hair Walking round with business air Shaking hands with men of wealth All inquiring bout his health Check book in his pocket and Gold enough in bank to land All his kinfolk on their fet In the shade of Easy street Saw a man the other day Titian hair just tinged with gray in a carriage by his side Sat a bonnie Irish bride Diamonds gemmed her breast as they awayToIn the heart ofMillionville Same redfaced freckled boy Once done up in corduroy And the bride the sweetheart he Loved in boyhood oer the sea Used to be tIled Mike but now There wonlf be a jolly rowc If youd tack4hat title to Colonel Michael McAdoo THE BPP1CACY OP FAITH Faith has not only spectel function with reference to the justification of the iitdividual6ntist also the universal toed betweerrthe redeemed race HdGodIt anwt therefore affect the wholt soul and be the health of every part pentrfiUng all the virtues sari imparting to them lU own unity lien sUWUty It is an ate thraughtiuttatolebdag erect the will warm and purify the heart live in every affection kneel in our hu- mintyisdutein oar patienceAubrey- devote o r 5 il he I L2EJMiss the next month for Paris Miss Jennie Hurley has gone to Boston where she will spend the summer Miss Fannie Lilly is visiting In Pair field the guest ofMiss Nellie Ryan Miss Clara flywater has arrived home from St Marys where she visited Mine Beaver Miss Sadie H flan of Kansas City iis visiting here as a guest of Mrs William Chawk John Butler who has been visiting i I Chicago for several weeks arrived home last Monday Mrs ClarencejParsons had as her guest this week Miss Carrie Sullivan and heri mother of Utah Mr Mich Glenn Sr7 accompanied by his son James P Glenn left last week for White Sulphur Springs Frank G Cunningham will arrive here from St Louis next week to spend sev eral days among his friends Nicholas Smiths friends will read with regret the announcement of his illness at his residence on Bertrandavenue Mrs Robert OConnell Portland 1 home again after a delightful visit with friends and relatives at Lagrange Mr and Mrs C A McCann of Springfield Mo were this week the guests ofr Mrs M T McCann in Jeffersonville Miss Margaret Sweeney Principal off the Smyzer avenue school will spend a EastdMiss Carrie Morgan leaves today on a trip to English Ind where she will spend her vacation for the next month or two Miss Etta Hayes one of the handsom est women in Richmond is expected here next week to visit her sister Mrs Ewing Eaches Pat Delaney the wellknown fiber nian has as his gnest his sIster in law who arrived in this city from Ireland last Tuesday night Cards are out for the marriage of Miss Nellie Glass and Edward Smith the wellknown laundryman The wedding will take place July 18 Tom Broderick returned Tuesday from a visit to Indiana where he had been the guest of David Welsh who resides several miles back of New Albany Jack OConnor one of Louisvilles best known IrishAmerican citizens arrived home yesterday from Chicago where he attended the Prohibition convention John Quilligans many friends will regret to learn that he has been confined to his home in Cliftonfor time past two weeks suffering from an attack of the grip Mr and Mrs John Gavin of 1809 West Broadway entertained Thursday afternoon and night with a birthday party in honor of their daughter Mar garet Officer Edward Callahan and bride nee Miss Nell McElliott have commenced housekeeping at 708 West Kentucky street where they will be pleased to see their friends Miss Elizabeth Walsh supervisor of primary work in pur city schools will leave for New York next week where she will attend the Columbia University during the summer John J Barry will leave Monday on a trip to Kansas City where during the convention week he will be the guest of John T Chawka wellknown Louisville boy who is located there Misses Marie and Annette McNamara two pretty and attractive Lexington girls have returned to their home after a pleasant week with their aunt Mrs J Sexton on Oldham street John McCormicks friends are author- Ity for the statement that his name will soon appear in the list of marriage licen see in connection with a popular young lady of South Third street Cosmas Meagher the wellknown grocery man who has been ill for some time is now up and able to be around but seems to have transferred his illness to his cousin Andy Meagher who has been laid up since Goes recoverery Matt Casein entertained quite a number of life friends at his residence on Twenty first street last Sunday the occasion being the christening of bit new and handsome boy who laB named after Charles Allen one of JefTereonvjlks leading young men Mr and Mrs At Kolb left the city Wednesday for a months visit with I friends and relatives in Baltimore and Eastern cities While in Baltimore they will be the guests of Mr Kolbs brother who Jis one of the leading attorneys of Maryland J E Brown wefkiown as time Mayor of SHgoj Cox Haf bnVho recently retired from IweitMss WIh a comfortable competency and ft JOHare wI111leave Wednesday for Reelfoot Lake where they will spend tea flays hunting and Asking AU are E tktaiastlc disciples of Isaac Waitoa J Little Misses Virgin Cowan Helen MCDo k1JtoK JUllwwy May Cows Susie MullaneyJon OConnell and Master Edward Cowa hd a liberty out- lugat twneePaa Monday They were chaperoned l by Visa Xk Mc Donald Phew jJHveaJte parties are be cotukig exceedingly popalat Theretol fr itcsMctf it the base of Tb ia nLw ill f 7pe ferret orek l 0f N ili the safe arrivall Thursday morning of a handsome baby girl After lier christen ingat St Brigida church a reception will be held at the family residence in her honor Both mother and child are doing well and the happy father will return to work Monday I Miss Mary Brown and John Callahan were married Wednesday morning at the I parsonage on the Bardstown road after I whch they came to the city and were tendered a reception at Ninth and Oak I The bride is well known in Irishsociety I circles as is also the lucky groom who is being warmly congratulated upon winning so cliarming a life partner The marriage of Miss Mayme Ratter man and Henry Siebel Jr was solemnized at the Cathedral Thursday morning Owing to sickness in the grooms family conn tracting parties are well known and pop ular young people who have the best wishes of large numbers of friends for a happy and prosperous journey through life Misses Kate and Agnes Shaughnessy two wellknown and popular young ladies who have made this city their home for some years past are spending the sum mer in Ireland where they went to visit their aged mother residing in Galway They are expected to return in October when they will reside with their brother John Shaughnessy wellknown in local railroad circles Edward Cowan the wellknown tailors who has been located at Dayton for some months past win arrive here this evening for his summer vacation and to attend the initiation tomorrow of sixty into the Knights of Columbus He will be ac companied by Chris Sweetman a leading citizen of Dayton also a Knight of Co lumbus and prominent Hibernian who represented his city at the Boston convention WILLIAM DELANEY William Delaney whose likeness ap pears in this issue is one of several young IrishAmericans who have established themselves in business in the last several years Mr Delaney is a glassblower by trade and was employed at Muncie Ind for several year but returned to his first love Limerick about three years ago and opened a wet woods exchange at the southwest corner of Seventh and St Catherine where he is now located De Itucy is a wellknown friend of union labor and is also prominently identified with the Ancient Order of Hibernians being of member of Division 4 FATHER WHITES PICNIC The congregation of St Francis of Rome church Rev Father White rector have secured Phoenix 11111 Park for the annual picnic in August This year the programme will be deverslfied and the thousands of friends of the Clifton church should make it a big success TO CLEAN A BOTTLE Pill the nursing bottle with strong ammonia water and some small pieces of potato peel then shake vigorously and rinse with clear water Never use shot to clean bottles 800 LOUISVILLE TO CHICAGO AND RE TURNLOW RATES OFFERED BY THE MONON ROUTE Tickets will be sold by the Monon Route from Louisville to Chicago and re turn at a rate of 800 on June 26 and 27 bearing return limit of July 4on account of the 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I results as it now has a very large circulation among the best class of our citizens o I r I + I 1 t ddr ll Correspondence and BujnjneisjCd1pl11ltni I 1J tc OJ y iClttlOns to the 1 J f T L LoK s AMERIN- r 326 WEST IIREEM 8TRUL t FATHER LOGAN Grcyit Regret Over His Departure From St JiouIs Ber trnndfl Rev John OConnor Making Extensive School Improve inentH Rapid Progress Being1 Made in Building St Boniface Church BISHOP MCLOSKEY AT NAZARETH July 1 is the ending of the balf year in all the churches and all accounts for the first half of the year are settled then The congregations the various churches were reminded of this last Sunday At St Louis Bertrands the prior the Rev RKV FATHER B V LOGAN B K Logan in speaking of this fact mentioned that it was necessary for him to have his books in readiness to be turned over to his successor August 1 This latter was sad news to the congrega tion but was not unexpected as all knew this was his last year It is with great regret that the congregation will see him go as no previous prior was so universally beloved Father Logan is untiring in Ins efforts aud never spares hiuisslf Nothing is considered too arduous that will help his people in any manner An instance of this is that five masses have been arranged for Sundays it being found that one at a very early hour was necessary for some of the congregation TuTs churchlhas been unusually fortunate in having Father Logan as prior for two terms in succession This is a very rare I byIthough every one wishes it would happen in this case Father Logan has shown himself a good financier By his affable manner he has endeared himself to not only his own people but to many outside his congregation and in consequence the number of families attending his church has increased Working with untiring energy with the children he has greatly improved their deportment and has them trained to a high degree of excellence He leaves the early part of August for a mouths vacation and then will go wherever his superiors send him Where that may be Ill does not know TUG Cathedral Suuday school head its picnic last Wednesday at Reverview Park and notwithstanding the weather a large crowd attended These affairs are always delightful and those In charge see that every one present has a good time The rain kept a few timid persons away but those who went were well re warded in the pleasure they hind The Rev John OConnor of the Church of the Holy Name at Fourth and 0 streets has on hand extensive improve ments in his school for the coming year An additional teacher is to be engaged and the school already oja high grade is to be brought up to as high a standard excellence as iit is possible to make it The latter part of July a festival will be given on the church grounds which are large arid well adapted for such purposes to raise funds for the proposed alterations The prospectus which he has issued shows the children are taken up to and through the eighth grade The closing exhibition of St Johns school was held last Tuesday The hall was crowded with the relatives and friends of the children who acted their parts in a manner to reflect great credit on their instructors The venerable pas tor the Rev L Bax was missed from the grathering but his place was acceptably filled by Father Melody who has charge of the congregation in Father Baxs absence in Europe The latter is expected to return in August The Rev G A Vantrooetenberghe formerly pastor of St Charles Marion county but who was obliged to resign his parish on account of ill health is temporarily stationed at St Thomas Orphani Asylum at Bardstowri in the absence o the regular chaplain Father Vantrooa tenberghes health is almost restored aftera stay of eight mouths in Europe Monsignor Gambon olSt Patrickst church hen finished the diocesan busi neat mentioned two weeks ago and we laaru ftout unofficial ourciU that he left this week for Rowe but the nature ofr tiis ntisioncau not yet be stated During hs kbience froth the city ReV Pat rick Xellelwr wilt have charge of theI affairs of the church Bishop McCloskey bur alnuM recov erdfron thfall by sustainedI lk win terRe spent a feV days at French Lick Strings hot tvtarwd ia time to be prostat at Haarstht tye eti- co t- haoewberees iUc delivered tileI f It t1 crowns and diplomas to the eight grad hates This is aw important feature of these coaiiueuepnleptithe crowning of the graduates by tike Bishop and there follows the corotiBtiqu song by the graduates which has been given every year since the schooll opened At the meeting of the alumnae at Naz areth last week qullea few members were present among them being Mrs Kate Pearl of this city who graduated at Nazareth just fifty years agoINow that the hot season is upon us theI Various churches In the city are making preparations to have the high mass on Sunday at an earlier hour than usual At St Louis Bertrands the 111 oclock mass will he a low one Beginning tomorrow This will give the organist a rest during the summer Among the churches that usually follow this example are St Mary Magdalenes St Jphns St Charles anl1I St Philip Neris Father Melody who is in charge of St Johns while Father Bax is in Europe is an old pupil of St Johns school in 1IIsI I boyhood living in that parish and from there starting to college to receive his training for the priesthood Ills usual charge is St Vincents Orphan Asylum on the Bardstowu road I I St Martins congregation on Shelby street had a largely attended picnic at Riverview Park last Monday This church is one of the finest in the city in the inte rior and with its marble altars and elec tric lights makes an imposing appearance The uew St Boniface church is well under way the spires having been put in their place It is a beautiful building ofII rough stone but will artily be ready for occupancy for several months as the interior ornamentatiou will take a longtime I to finish St Georges churchin Marydale had a lawn fete last Tuesday night which was enjoyed by till who attended It was successful from both a financial and a social view I The 9 oclock or childicns mass is the best attended at St Louis Bertrands The childrens choir under the direction of lather Gaffney does excellent work and the singing is of a high grade Occasion ally the choir is reinforced with outsid ers A week ago Mrs E J McDermott sang Calvary for an offertory The masses here are now said at 530 G 7150 U and 11 oclock Miss Ophelia Oricsmau who is home front New York where she was studying last winter sang the offertory at St Mary Magdalenes church last Sunday Her voice is a rich contralto of great power and sweetness Tint GrEA- NRRIRELAND t Record of the Tlost Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Peter Ryan of Cheekpoint was drowned while fishing at the Wexford side of Waterford Thomas Hennessy who died recently in his cottage in Freigh Castle Miltown Malbay was 108 years of age Patrick Lane caretaker on the farm at Knockderrane near Brosna front which John Nolan was evicted was shot at but he was missed James Cashmau of Ballyshane rescued from drowning at Ballyshane Strand a boy named Walsh a native of Coyne The boy died a day later Rev J Walsh pastor at Ardutorc pre sided at recent meeting of the Nationalists of the parish when a branch of the United Irish League was founded While working neat his home at Lisadian near Armagh Michael Don ncllan was furiously attacked by a bull aud so seriously injured they he was con veyed to the hospital The unveiling of the Father Michael Murphy mcuiorNI in Arklow will be a splendid affair Those who undertook the erection deserve the esteem ofall true Irishmen the worldover George Molloy a help at the residence of Mr Tottenham Tudeiiham Iark near Mullingar was fatally shot accidentally by his friend Patrick McCabe Both were in the employment of Tottenham The members of the Barnacool a branch of the United Irish League at a recent meeting passed a resolution of regret at the death of John McGarry a prominent member of the band RbberJ Reynolds presided At a recent meeting off the Commissioners of National Education the Har mony Hall School was taken into the Na tional Board Already jjtt has earned a name for efficiency An excellent teacher has been secured in W 11 Hunter Right Rev Dr Browne Bishop of Ferns visited Kilrush and administered confirmation to 100 children from Kit rush andAskamore The Bishop preached an eloquent sermon to the congregation and also addressed thee children The following will repttsi4 County Wexford on the Council of Agriculture Sir Thomas Grattan Estabnde and Mr Charles H Peacoke appointed by the- County Council andCabt Loftus A Bryan appointed by the department Thomas Hickey residing tAd re was killed lately by a passing tralou the Waterford Limerick railway Hickey was going over a level crossing when he was struck The accideatoccurred at a bendiAf Weet Clare thfUnited Irish League in Crawly He was cordially received by the farmers of the parish The greatetnt4reiadlu pre yelled Mr CariHody avfagaddreae d the treating AtC fOkefUledy recaUl0IH0l there demotutratioM wfclch iow the groat syjiitpathy th i9 lave for peas victimst t of British tyranny yiNr witMsWe J W1dleailGinI l dis was trict embled nnd sowedU larje fieldl of potatoes for her Recently Iou lkIIie pried by Peter FHegan arrivd J rJ The M cret that tile PsjtryJto tiiw tobe baldI WM well kept sad tAM peoplet n had assembled within 300 yards of the barrack the police did not make their appearance until the proceedings were over Owen Malley presidedl The Nationalists in Derry are begin ning to feel that they should take a hand in the good work now being done by the United Irish League and in some parishes moves have been made In that direction It would not be right to have Derry the rear of the national army There illI a few places more worthy of that ignoble positionRev J W F Hudson Protestant rector of Kilkeedy and Clarina Limerick was dangerously wounded1 by Thomas J Smith a popular Protestant farmer Slight hope is entertained the recovery of the minister The clergyman refused to go with Smith to the agent of the Clarina estate and obtain a settlement of eviction proceedings Father Vincent McNabh of the Dominion order has been appointed prior of Wood ch ester England Father Mc Nabb is a native of County Down who resided In Belfast for years He was educates at St Malachys College He has developed powers of pulpit oratory of a hiph order and his sermons are in great demand at mission services throughout EnglandMemories of the fighting days of the Land Leagne were revived at a recent meeting of the members of the Ballygun ner branch of the United Irish League when a strong force of the wellknown patriotic Irishmen the peelers and a Government reporter honored the as sembly with their presence At the meeting and undismayed by the British ers were John Phelan who presided and Mr Delehanty A very sad case of drowning was reported to the police of Cullingtree Road Barracks Belfast The deceased Sabina McGreevy resided at 13 Cullingtree street and was sixtyfive years of age She left home on Saturday night and did not re turn Her family thought she had gone to stop with her married daughter as shehaa been in the habit of doing On Tuesday morning her body was found in the millpond at the back of Cullingham place Rev Thomas Dunne transferred from Knockaney to Cashel was waited on lately in Cashel bya deputation of his former parishioners and presented with an address and a purse of sovereigns as a token of their appreciation of his qualities as a devoted priest and Irishman The presentation took place at Stewarts Hotel Father Dfhiue said his duties in Knockaney hind been lightened and made agreeable by the goodness and piety of the people and their devotion to faith and fatherlandCounty Court Judge Adams opened the Limerick Quarter Sessions in Limerick City SirThomas H Cleeve High Sher id said that he had again the pleasing duty of presenting the Judge with white gloves As he made the presentation on so many occasions he had exhausted all1 his words but he was sure that his Hono- would agree with him in saying that it was pleasing to see our ancient city in- such orderly and peaceful coudition His Honor said he was glad to find Limerick remained in a state of peacefulness On June 21 the remains of the late Robert Blair Main street Ballycastle were removed for interment in Saints Patrick and Brfeid Ballycastle Re quiem mass was celebrated at his residence by Very Rev John Conway The funeral cortege was composed of nil religious denominations and testified to the respect iu which deceased was held The coffin was conveyed to the church of Salts Patrick and Brigid where the obsequies were held by the Rev Father Marmion who officiated at the grave Each Quarter Sessions Court in NaasI discloses the fact that North Kildare is aI very peaceable district At most only a couple of trivial cases are returned fo- trijila r circumstance the Lord Chief Jus tice of Ireland as well as County Court Judge Kane time after time remarked speaks well for the county Such cas I do not point to the existence of any esY ese turbing clement but arc such as arise in any part of the country At last sessions there was only one case in which a jury did not convict so that iit may be said the district is crimeless Miss Humphreys daughter of a mem ber in the telegraph department Liner ick City postoffice when cycling in Lis doouvarna approaching the decline front the bog road to the bridge at the Twin wells called on a companion to follow her and sprinted away There is a nasty turn at the bridge and at this point she lost control of her machine which dashed into the bridge the young lady being flung clean over the battlement to the bed of the stream a distance of thirty two feet There was about two feet of water inthe rivulet and this added to the fact that she caught the branches of a tree in her descent helped to break the fall When picked up she was uncon scious while blood was pouring freely from a severe cut on the forehead A fearful thunderstorm raged over the district of Cahirciveen June 3 Very mel ancholy news has reached here fromI Waterville Two women were killed by the lightning one being Alice Hayes sister of John Hayes member of Cahirciveen District Council residing i Doona near Mastergeehy HUll the other the wife oCa farmer named Michaelt OSullivan residing at Murreagb The electric fluid struck the spire oftbe abate tered a portion of it The roof of an out Mouse the property of John P Fitzgerald kinneigh was burned The thunderstorm which broke over Ballineen kill Kate Daly wife of a farmer named Dem- iDaly Inchiukirka five inilae north o Dunmauvfay The fluid come down the thhoueeeus ofRmesICI18U1Paly was silting at liar kitchen table when struck Ears have they but they iheAr not OriuItalbI I Tangoes hart they bM ttxy talk not I wagon ri THOROUGH J c BOARD 0 TRADE BUILDING IITHIRD AND MAIN STS LOUISVILLE KY ml8H 8SOCIETYDIRECTORYA DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues lay Evenings of Each Month PresidentThomas Keenan Vice President Tint J Sullivan Recording SecretaryL D Perronda Financial SecretaryPeter Cusick 1 Oil Bank stree- tTreasurerJohn Mullpy DIVISION 2 Meets on the Second and Fourth Thurs day Evenings of Each Month President William T Meehan Vice PresidentThomas Canifield Recording SecretaryJohn Mooney Financial Secretary John T Keaney 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keirett DIVISION 3 Meets WednesdayEvenings PresidentPatrick T Sullivan Vice President Phil Cavanaugh Recording Secretary JohnCavanaugh Financial SecretaryN J Sheridan 2018 Lytle stree- tTreasurerGeorge J Butler- DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fouth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn H Heunessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Recording Secretary John J Grogan Financial Secretary George Flahiff 420 East Gray street Treasurer Harry Brady- DIVISION 6 Meets on the First and Third Tuesday Evenings of Each Month President M J McCarthy Vice PresidentJohn Kilker Recording Secretary L J Mackey Financial SecretaryJ J Curran 616 Thirteenth Istree- tTreasurerMartin Mullen DIVISION I NEW ALBANY Meets the Second and Fourth Thursday Evenings at Holy Trinity Hall President Din Walsh Vice President John Winu Recording Secretary John P Flynn Financial SecretaryJames OHara Treasurer John McBarron DIVISION 1 JEFPERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaus Hall County President J B Doherty President William Reilly Vice PresidentMike Campbell Recording SecretaryDan Gleason Financial SecretaryJohn Kenney Sr Treasurer Michael Kenney rIRISHAMEBIOANSOOIETY ThirdrThursday Evenings of Each Month 1PresidentCbarles P Feeney First Vice PresidentThos D Claire Second Vice President MW Murphy Recording Secretary William Lawler Financial SecretaryJoseph Byrn- eTreasurerThomas W Tarpey Sergeant John Kenney Sentinel Timothy Lyons rpupsr FORr 8REl Five finely bred Fox Ter ricr Pups can be obtained at reasonable prices by calling upon Timothy J Sullivan in the Wholesale Department of the Louisville Packing Com pauy Story avenue VWELLINGTON Seventeenth and Walnut Sts DHAIKR IN PINS MEATS AND GROCERIES- AT REASONABLE PRICES Your Patronage Solicited Telephone 923- YEDELENrS CutRate Drug Store SPECIAL PRICES Swamp Root small 36c g76Harperse c Bromo Seltzer fiC Morphine 1 dr Oc Best Baking Powder 2P c Moth Balls per lb ric- I Sulphur per lb 6 All Patent Medicines at Cost Prescriptions a Specialty EDELENn5E Cor 17th and Bank Sts Ms D LawlerFIR- ST CLASS GROCERY AND SALOON DsscasedNightfEMIL GRAESER S AaymarketSalonn 348 Bast Jefferson street FIn WlHStlijuOrSJIKfd cifirs 1 Stillheli1ufthe O igtna1 THREEP1N BEER and PINK LUNCH for FIVE CIiNTfi Tl pKoNe Uy TRAINING FOR THE BES- TGROCERIES9 FRESH MEATS A- NDVEGETABLES GO TO r rx rt WILLIAM MMEHLL S W Cor Eighteenth and Chestnut Try my own make of Quick Yeast 25c per pound Brown Leghorn Eggs 5 CENTStCHARLES L JACQUES 2422 St Xavier IayTwelvehellsJan 12 Feb 20 March 187 Aprily133 May 142 June 118 July 137 161 Sept 152 Oct 83 Nov 83 Dec 15 MOORES f PLflGE 1521 PORTLAND AVEys4 Largest and Coolest Glass of i Beer on the Avenue FINE WHISKY A SPECIALTY WINES AND CIGARS RtAGANS EXCHANGE S W Cor Preston and Market Wines LiquorsI and CigarsH- ot Soup and Warm Lunch i WHEN YOU VISIT LIMERICKCALL John HickeySEVENTH AND OAK Cool Lager and Warm Lunch Never Run Out dearys Exchange9 124 First Street WINES LIQUORS CIGARS ONLY BEST BRANDS HOT LUNCH FROM 10 TO 1 FAIIEYS4 EXCHANGEJ- OHN C B FAHEY Prop N E Cor Seventh and Market Choice Wines Liquors and Cigars Tolophono 3044A BIG FOUR ROUTEww T- OIndianapolis Peoria J CHICAGO j i t AND AM POINTS IN INDIANA and MICHIGAN BEST TERMINALS UNION DEPOT l Corner Seventh St and River CITY TICKET OFFICE No 218 Fourth Ave s J QATLliSy KyWARRENWM P DEIPE A G P A CINCINNATI O Illinois central THE FAST LINE TO flemphisAND New OrleansT- wo Fast Trains Dally MM m8 A D NW URlfAN811MIUO I Leaves Louisville 940 pm daily and is a Solid Veslihuled Gas Llghtel Train carrying Pullman Sleepers Cafe Dining Cars and Free Reclining Chair Cars COrleansC Sleeper open for occupancy at 880 pI ni u IHENW ORl N8 SPfm l Leaves Louisville 1201 dally arriving Memphis 11 pm New Orleans 945 a m Solid VeslibUled Train with through fnDinntiCarsPullman Tourist Sleeping Car from Louis FranI thangeordelayW J M0RRIDE 1City Pws rarer It Ticket Agenttf KyTr ChicagoWin A O p A Lomisville r w yr r U4JST xm t RN w 1 ffltnmmmninimnimfniiwnmmmminmiiiinmmm i I RAFFOS y I fir SEIjtaaraHleed 1 Nothing sold goods but I Suits r j in our cuAbsolutely the Best Furniture = and Carpets in Louisville- A store where quality is of first consideration place where you are treated right and money hack if you Ire not entirely satisfied Prices always con slstent with the goodness of the goods New lines of ldgh grade articles constantly in stock You will like to trade here you have tried it 3Hauling slue Moving Attended To 3 WEST MARKET I North Side 1 THIRD FOURTH I r- I fl1111111111111111111111111111111tl11 UUIUULU11UU1U1ULULULU1Li +i++++++++++++++ t++++++t ++ f+ tThe Latest Out for Summer Wear t I IMPORTEDFlannel See once AND 1600 MadeTo Ord Cap of same made free of IHeadquarters for kinds of TailorMade Suits For Hot Weather GUILFOYLfi SIMONS windowsTailors 321 rI and Importers J 604 Marketr t ++ H +t + t+++++++++I + tJ ++ ttt t t t t t t tt t tt t t TJa WATHENS mICE CREAM fFACTORY lCREAMERY AND BAKERYr s 629 Eighth StreetFinest Vanilla and Lemon Creams per gallon 75c Sherbets all kinds per gallon 75c Brick and Euchre Cream per gallon 100 Capacity 1500 gallons per day Goods shipped afar s as 200 miles Fine Cakes made daily Special prices to churches festivals hotels dealersI 4 and everyday orders Long distance telephone 2144 HDHU DHHHUHIIHIftlIHl 11EI 1El HHP I UldoonMonurn6ntI Gompallil I I I I DESIGNERS AND BUILDERS OF ITALIAN MARBLE AMERICAN AND SCOTCH GRANITE I lonumeiitsArtistic Work Only Solicited Workshops and Stadlos Carr ra Italy 1 WAREROOMS 322 to 328 WEST GREEN STREET II- IIIHIIHHIIKHmI HI FRflNK FEHR BREWING 60INCORPORATED Brewers and BottlersLOUISVILLE KYe HENRY C LAUER 1 TELEPHONE 1140 FINE WINES AND LIQUORS j 401 EAST JEFFERSON ST j BRANCH HOUSE 905 W MARKET STREET 55- BPTWEEN W LIVERY AND BOARDING STABLE 428 AND 430 t I EAST JEFFERSON STREET LOUISVILLE KY JOJUCMC K FRANK r WALTERS L Clay=5treet Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET rI 3093 LOUISVILLE KY SHE IS CRYING Because She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma to CHIC n OOON THE C iJ =anHiBOAKT PARLOR DINING CAR E K BAd District PR ti rAltJtKxmisville Ky PRANK J AoentCW ft ttcDOJO Freeident lard General Uuntv 4 it1 REUNITED The Central Labor Union Re- celvosForlnerOpponents Back asDelegates- Cigarmakers Horacshoors and Salesmen Were Given a Hearty Greeting Prominent Irishand English Labor Representatives In vited to Visit UB STRICTLY UNION LABOR DAY PARADE The regular monthly meeting of the Central Labor Union last Sunday was fraught with the best results as it marked the obliteration of the breach that has ex- Isted in the ranks of organized labor for the past year and a half Delegates rep resenting the cigannakers horseshoe I and salesmen presented their credentials which were unanimously accepted and when the obligation was administered they were greeted with rounds of ap plausePresident John Fuchs was in the chair and after the reading and approval of the minutes of the previous meeting the Credentials Committee reported favorably upon the following delegates who we obligated and seated Cigarmakers John Bolin Matt Schupp J P Kessler Ben Sand George French Louis Keifer Herman Christen HorseshoersEdward Cashman James Roberts Peter Schley SalesmenMax GundelfingerC Moore Tobacco WorkersJohn Cox Wood Carvers Mark Williams August Geise Harry Skeffington of Boston exGen eral Secretary of the National Boot and Shoe Workers Union was present and made one of his electrifying speeches He has been making a very successful tour of the Western cities in the interest of the union stamp of his organization lIe urged all delegates to ask members of the unions to make special effort toinduce the merchants with whom they deal to unionIthey were a perpetual protest against oppressive and demoralizing conditions The women he claimed spend twothirds of the income of the workingmen and they should be taught the necessity of using better judgment in the purchase of goods When they realize the importance of this all the men from here to Halifax could not induce them to buyscab prod ucts Mr Skeffiogton haS accepted the invitation to deliver the labor day address pleasingibrogue and his effort will meet the ex pectatlons of the most exacting Charles Williams representing the Louisville broommakers made an appeal to all to avoid the prisonmade article now being sold in this city at number of grocery stores asking the delegates to call the attention of their unions to the appeal These prison brooms are made by convicts who receive thirtyfive cents per day Being of a very inferior quality they are sold at such prices as to ruin the business for employers of honest labor The Central Labor Union indosed the appealA was read from the Boston Cen tral Labor Union which is arranging for appearance in this country of C W Bowerman representing the London Society of Compositors and James Sexton representing the National Dock laborers of Great Britain and Ireland They arrived in this country last Monday and during their stay will explain what is known as the Ruskin Hall labor movement and the great labor gathering to take place next year An invitation was extended Messrs Sexton and Boweiman to visit this city and a committee corn posed of Messrs McGill Klein Heiken Christen and Moore was appointed to make arrangements for their reception The date for their appearance will be de termined shortly Among the more important communi cations was one from the Central Labor Union and the Executive Committee of the Amalgamated Association of Street Railway Employes of St Louis asking the Louisville unions to aid in raising a fund of 100000 with which to fight the St Louis corporation and its tyrannical policy Messrs Roberts Peeti Crandall Williams and Heicken were appointed to visit the local unions and ask them to contribute liberally to the fund This movement also indorsed by the American Federation of Labor and already many unions have forwarded generous amount which will be used in equipping conveyances with which to compete with the company Messrs tiE McGill andDawson were upreeo1uti which is aimed at those members of unions who come under the civil service alllibertyfoughtbyU1ofWkploys The circular accompanying the appeal More tiia New Jpire Sen ator i theNational DaytonLfurslibinggoosel the OcievaiKt Committee aawaa also a Snkfprsmirfaittc tree coflviot competition throughChdrmaallaeretaryLoont diint Padia rwisd the teUowltlg t MI tfceMUmavdm to that commute xi-f Jt 7 fFr 1F 4 k i 4++u f qUjjr ftt + Nfl IHOTEL MJ SWBBNiV Prop 100 pio DAY Americas aaCNrtfMa pies 620622 W tofkri Stt Lwtetie K- FTplephore343lA The finest and best equipped dol lar a day note in Louisville Special rates to professional peo pieELECTRIC FANS JJJI 4 CRONEN 638 third St PRACTICAL ELECTRICIAN AND- IIIANUFACTU61N0 AWn LOUISVILLE KY SpecialtyWiring I Telephone 1865I JOSEPH D COONEY MANUFACTURER OF HM LAWLERS ONARC Hi A SUPERIOR I OIQARre1207 Wed Mat Street Louisville Ma MURPHYDRAtKR IN MEATStWlnu Llijnws Fe d Hay sad Grain I N E Oar Seventeenth and Portland des Kiefer Christ Schley and August Geise It was decided that the parade upon that day should be a strictly union affair including all labor organizations in the city The Chairman announced that the committee would hold its regular meeting at Becks Hallnext Friday night Resolutions were adopted calling upon all affiliated unions to send their full complement of delegates The Grievance Committee were in structed to investigate the discharge of union employes of the City Railway Company and a number of L N machinists They will report at the next meeting President Fuchs was warmly commended for his considerate treatment of the returned delegates One oldtimer was heard to remark after adjournment that the session resembled prayer meet lug and love feast and augured well for the future of the labor movement in this city HIBERNIANS r What They hays Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News r Notes The divisionsof Louisiana arc reported prospering finely The Hibernian Rifles of Providence Capt John tflynn are preparing for a grand excursion Delegates to the Minnesota State con vention all report being royally treated by the citizens of Rochester- At the Maryland State convention held in Baltimore the delegates reelected President Gaffney for another term Leadville captured both the State Presi dency and the presidency of the Ladies Auxiliary at the Colorado convention held in Denver At the ninth biennial convention of the order in Georgia held in Emmet Hall in Savannah W J4 Redmon of Macon was elected State President The members of Division I of Duluth popular eats State TreMHtryship Detroit has eight divisions and there are 3600 meaiMrs of the order in Michi gan More then 400 delegates attended the late State convention- J F Carrolll of Chattanooga was conventionheldfor next earsTaeeting place Ten dimiowof the Ladies Auxiliary met in Baltimore tills month and were ThomasKeating The recent IljinoteState convention held at Atrotj favored Hibernian frater nal iuturance jean T Qulaa of Jblfet was elected SteUt President for two years The Hibert ait Knights of Providewe gave their second annual excursion to jSTewport tat Sunday and tie outing is reported to W a repetition of last years success William J Crania baa beea reelected iPresideut of the Suffolk County Board CummiasThe16x6 versa Laekxwaraltt county sent three deist gates to reytMMt the County Board at the Stats conft tfoa Daughters of thin seatthreerepryrt inlrtorideNeJaI kmr1JM rltJiattIi nw diyWoa will be sttooHtfnl and already a large meatbersUp leg Mesa ssaanJ The Provi u oa countyconvantUfl OM lent Sunday nwninc The prooeedtajp began It an patty hour that the delegates might witaess the utIaaa at two of UtuwtN Auxiliary TfwEqtwdI at tbeorcledu Mo- ti 2 AJ r tialaaia ralaliet which was attended by over 300 members PresidentGeorgeon the State Convention and Men of the HourThe It Hibernians of Rhode Island held their biennial State convention in WOOH socket John P Quinn of Pawtucket was again electedState President The annual reports showed 1400 members in little Rhody an increase of 125 in two years The next convention will be held in Newport The last regular meeting of Division 2 of Bridgeport Conn turned out to be a jolly smoker mid the members spent an enjoyable evening with brief but elo quent speeches and songs Au elegant collation was served and the affair was the most succsssful given since the or ganization of the division Dinghamton tion They will work for the electiou of Patrick Murphy their candidate for State President The Binghamton and southern tier Hibernians think the office should now come their way Their candidate would fill the position with honor and dignityThe Catholic Suu says the State con vention to he held in Syracuse com mencing July 17 and continuing four days promises to be one of the most en thusiastic gatherings of Irishmen and Hibernians ever hell in New York Slate Hibernian conventions as a rule are most patriotic enthusiastic affairs but the one to be held in Syracuse next month iis sure to surpass any convention heretofore held in every way The biennial session of the Norfolk County Mass Board was held in St Marys Hall Quincy Daniel Raidy of East Weymouth was chosen President According to the reports of the officers the present membership is 2047 in twen tytwo divisions an increase of 400 members and two divisions since the last con vention The increase in funds for two RaidyhascountyforThe Alabama State officers elected at the recent convention in Mobile are all young men and enthusiastic Hibernians State President George Sullivan is one of the leading lawyers of the State Secre tary Gallagher is a candy manufacturer aud Capt Edward Dreaper State Treas urer is the proprietor of the largest retail clothing store in Alabama The delegates were entertained with a delightful moon light sail on the Gulf and a picnic and banquet on the night following The convention of theLadles Auxiliary of Norfolk county Mass was held in East Weymouth Since the last conven tion according to the reports of the officers a number of new divisions have been instituted and an increase of mem bers was shown The election of Miss KE Sheridan to the State Presidency of theauxiliary was the occasion of much congratulation and to show the apprecia tion in which she is held Miss Mary A presentedIi1i1lSSberidan openedIndelegates present The delegates at byFather2 then returning to the Gesu Auditorium were welcomed by Mayor Rose The business sessions were then begun and lasted two days The first division in Wisconsin was organized in Bay View now the Seventeenth ward of Milwaukee with sixteen members in 1880 Npw principaldUea3000 During the last two years the order has paid to its sick members 4000 and to widows and orphans 4600 LOW RATES WESTRAILROAD BARGAIN DAYS VIA TUB MONON ROUTE Tickets will be sold by the Monon pointsinIdaho Iowa Manitoba Minnesota Montana Nebraska New Mexico North Da kota Oregon South Dakota Utah Wash ington Northern Wisconsin and Wyoming at one firstclass fare plus 200 for round trip on July 3 and 17 August 7 and 21 September 4 and 18 October 2 16 November 6 and 20 and December 4 and 18 limited returning twentyone days Prospecting parties and tourists will be cheerfully furnished with ached ales and further information by address ing IL H Bacon District Passenger Agent Monon Route Louisville Ky 2151 TO ST PAUL AND RETURN Low Rates Via Moaea Roate ei Account of Coaveatlofl Nctteul Republican League The Monon Route will sell tickets to St Paul and return at 2160 from Louis vll1eKyon July 14 16 and 16 good returning until July 21st On presenta Lion of a round trip ticket from St Paul to any point beyond adding a value of SOO or more and by payment of fifty cents fee extension of limit will be granted by the Joist Agent at St Paul to August 21st Particulars of E H Dawn DP A Monon Route Louisville Ky HALFRATES TO ATLANTA AND RETURN via the Southern railway in cornice tion with the Queen Crescent route Double daily through trains July IS and 17 OH account of the Atlanta Battlefield Reunion Tickets good to return until August 11 OQ July 34and9b oa accownt of tkejkmlh era Bpworth L agu meeting Tickets good to return until August 1- Applytoneereatagegt 600 ot the Southern railway or Queen Crescent route or address William HTayjoe A G P A LoWwfIIeCy P rMi ef My Exe riM Via tie Seat ers llaMwir ptealfere for the roundtrip on 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