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TT= o 1 f tl A KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICANf VOLUME VNO 2LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JULY 14 1900 PRICE FIVE CENTS SOLIDcHaN- T1y y Gathering of Irilimop at the Great Nationalist Convention d The United Irish League I Declared the National Organization Assembly Regarded as the Parliament of the Irish People EVERY COUNTY WAS REPRESENTED From our Irish exchanges we lean that the greatest convention ever held in Ireland was that held recently in tit famous Round Room of the Rotunda one of the largest meeting halls of Dub lin It was a vast gathering of elected delegates from all parts of Ireland every county city town and district being rep relented as well as all the popularly elided boards and councils and nationa and patriotic associations of every kind Tuere was also a numerous attendance of the Catholic clergy and of the member of the Parliamentary party John Redmond MP was unanimous ly chosen Chairman of the convention after which letters expressing good wishes and tendering congratulations were read from Archbishop Croke Archbishop Waist Bud the United Irish societies of New York and notable addresses were de Ilivered by Father Clancy Canon Shink win Messrs Redmond Dillon OBrien Ferguson Fitzgibbons and others Will lam OBrien one of the founders of the Irish League was received with loud cheering His address was listened tc with close attention and elicited fre quent outbursts of applause He spoke of follows Mr Chairman and brother delegates It is impossible for any man to face this great assembly of the democracy of Ire- landf without feeling that this convention represents a mighty even a sacred na tional power before which any man with Irish blood in his veins need have no difficulty in bowing down 1nIJin sub mitting himself to whatever maybe tie k outcome of the deliberations of the wis dom and of the patriotism of this assem bly There is one observation that I should like to make and that is that to any man who has been forced to take part iu the odious Parliamentary controversies of the last ten years the change from that sickening scene to the atmosphere of this convention is like escaping from a sick room from an infected room and finding yourself in a place where we feel the free breezes of the Irish hills blowing about us and where a man can not helo feeling how petty how infinitely insignificant is any question concerning the individuality of this man or of that man compared with this supreme fact that we have here again thank God practically the whole host of the Parnellites und of the anti Parnellites of the country meeting here again not to reproach one another not to fight one another but to pledge our united energies to one more united cam paign all along the line for the freedom and for the very existence of this uu conquerable old race ofours Now I have never indulged in the hope that this convention could bring us to what is called perfect and absolute unity It could lead to nothing except disappointment and quite groundless disappointment to make the people ex pect anything of the kind There never was such a thing as absolute unity in any country And as long as human nature is human nature there never will be But what the people may get and what beyond a doubt this convention can in sure is the substantial unity and agree ment of all genuine Irish Nationalists who have their hearts in this cause who do really desire to see a powerful popu lar organization established in the coun try and who desire to have a Parliament ary party whoever they may be freely selected and freely elected by the people in every constituency in the country without dictation from Dublin or from that terrible place Westpbrt or from anywhere else My friends let us only succeed in uniting the bulk of the honest National ism of the country and you are a match for all the enemies of Ireland The real obstacle that stood in the way of national unity for the last ten years was not so much the differences of a few members of Parliament but It was the fact that the spirit of 189Q had created a deep gulf between the rank and file of the Nation alists of the country and had divided great masses of honest aad devoted Na tionalist into different camps It was this division among the people themselves n this United Irish League which you are asked to adopt here today nude it its pedal business to cure because we be lieve that if you succeeded in uniting the maraca of the Parnellitea and antiPar t nelllte of tHe country once wore to gather that the difference of a few gentlemen would cease to be of any great national importance The whole success of this league M far cave from tue fact that we refused absolutely to allow the league to be identified with any Pariia mentarjr MCtion baboelad refined point blank to allow any reference feo of them to be made from our p1atf illYI What waa the result We have DOt lied everybody Nobody ever did or eer will At the time of the split new am evil elements forced themselves to tbe front on both sides equally The grabbe influence the rent office influence the rotten Whig influencethose who had hitherto been obliged to hold down their heads and to whom unfortunately dis sension gave a chance These gentlemen ore not satisfied They are deeply die gusted and I am glad of it Their very breath of life depends upon dissension upon keeping the country disorganized What I think we can claim is that the League has succeeded in separating the wheat from the chaff The old Nation alists on both sides I am proud to say got the upper hand The true men of tin country whether in the Parnellite camp or the antiParncllite camp were simply kept asunder by honest political differ ences and these men jumped at thi chance given them by the League They agreed to forget and forgive everything that was past and they came into the movement in their thousands without a shadow of bitterness and without the old fatal distinction between Parnellite ant anti Parnellite which was at an end thank God forever That is what I cal unity no matter what anybody may say to the contrary That unity will accom plash everything for Ireland and cat accomplish everything for Ireland You already possess substantial unity in the country you already possess it if the peo pie have the moral courage moderately and in a conciliatory way but in a de termined way if they have the courage to guard that unity against the attacks ol thoseI wont refer to individuals or sectionswhose object it is to keep tie country without an organized union a Parliamentary party without discipline The programme of the League is ab solutely the only alternative that any human being can suggest unless with the abandonment of constitutional agita tion altogether Then I say to you it is your duty tc hold fast by the organization that has been placed at your disposal and to push on like men Whoever is with you or whoever is against you you will have the consciousness that the flower of the Na tionalists of our race Parnellite and non Parnelllte are with us when the pros pects are brighter in every respect than they were when the Land League or the National League was started and that as this League even when it was small and weak was able to defy and defeat the attacks of its enemies in Dublin Castle or outside of Dublin Castle so it will go on growing in power apd in usefulness until without any public Conflict by the mere forceof circtfmstancesOPTfIIrtcorivcr honest opponents it will silence dishonest opponents and It will convince England that she is sealing again with a body of men who are ready for any sacri fice to deliver this country from English landlordism and from English rule iu all Its moods and tenses The resolutions adopted demand full national selfgovernment for Ireland abolition of landlordism by means of a universal and compulsory system of pur chase of the landlords interest together with the reinstatement of tenants evicted in connection with the land wur and the restoration to the legal status of tenancy of caretakers and future tenants the putting an end to periodical distress and Famine In the West by abolishing on terms of just compensation to all interests sheeting the unnatural system by which all the richest acres of that province are monopolized by a small ring of graziers rid restoring the people to the occupa tion of these lands in holdings of suffi cient size and quality to insist upon the appropriation to strictly Irish national uses of the moneys at present annually extorted from Ireland for the benefit of England in excess of the contribution stipulated by the act of union together with such sums as may be economized by- a reduction of the present extravagant xpenditure upon the royal Irish con itabulary and Upon the judicial and Bureaucratic establishments in Ireland complete educational equality for the Catholics of Ireland including the estab went and endowment of an university in whose benefits they can conscientiously participate declaring the United Irish league the national organization and ailing for other needed reforms POTATO GROWING L Interesting Result of Experiments Made In Ireland Recently The following interesting bit of news which was cabled to the New York World row London may yet prove prove important than many would think Experiments ip growing potatoes by electricity have been undertaken by the Irish Agricultural Board Father Glynn of Athea Limerick in charge of the experiments studded a potAto patch with lightning conductors onnected bywIres running through the patch The result was an increase of 80- per cent in the yield in the section so reated Should the official experiments bear out this experience a solvent for the hroalc distress in the West of Ireland rill have been found Horace Flunkett M PVice Preeidont- sf the Agricultural Board says This most remarkable phenomenon say be the forerunner a revolution In grfculture The evidence furnished sad he genutncaeM of Father Glynna ex rluifnt areincpatroTtrUbkJ beiorr1laetiWpolM on 1 Aulisat 1 1 l64 ir flL i iVjjri j INSTALLATIONS Hibernian Hall Was Tli rouge With Irishmen Last Tuesday Night Division 1 Entertained Its Host of Friends With Solids and Liquid Eloquent Addresses bv Newton G Rogers President Dolan and Others ALL DIVISIONS WERE REPRESENTS There was an immense gathering of Irishmen and their friends at Hibernian Hall last Tuesday evening to witness the public installation of officers of Division I of the Ancient Order of Hibernians officers and members from every division in the city being present The installation exercises were conducted by tile newly elected County President Tom Keenan who exemplified the work in ta most pleasing manner At their close he iutroduced Thomas Dolan President of Division 1 in a few wellchosen remarks and bespoke fur him the friendship and cooperation of all the members The speaker predicted revival in Hibernian ism pledging his lest efforts to double the membership in Jefferson county be fore the next national convention President Dolan made a happy reo sponse replete with sound logic and frequent lights of oratory His effort was a surprise to his most ardent admirers who declare that the parent division possesses an executive second to none of the past His remarks were warmlY applauded Newton G Rogers the wellknowi lawyer who is a member of this division delivered the oration of the evening which was frequently interrupted by outbursts of applause His address was most patriotic and sparkled with gems or wit He paid a glowing tribute to the Ancient Order of Hibernians which hi pronounced one of if not the best Catho tic organizations in existence Beforr closing he gavejnany reasons why Irishmen s becomemembers of thisso ietyAt this point Messrs John Mulloy Dave QConnell Edward Clancy Tom Riley Mike Tynan and Tom Cody appeared on the scene and iuvited all to the festive board where refreshments bothsolid and liquid were dispensed with true Irish hospitality After a short recess during which additional tables had been arranged in the meeting ball igars made for the occasion by Joe Cooney were distributed Then followed three hours devoted to mirth andsong and short talks refreshments andcigars being passed all the time One of the pleasantest features was the graphaphonic musical concert by John J Cronen the Thirdstreet elec rician which surpassed any ever earl before and embraced many choice selections several of which caused much laughter David OConnell responded to calls and gave an interesting histor of Hiber pianism from the seventeenth century town to the present day telling of the treat good done during the past twenty six years by the pioneer division of Louis rule James Furey sang an Irish song in the Gaelic language and was followed by James Crouan who Is undoubtedly one of the best singers in this city and possesses a voice of unusual sweetness and great volume His rendition of- Ten Them That Youre Irish was reo elved with rounds of applause which not cease until he had responded to IIdid encores State Secretary James Coleman made one of his usually pointed talks on the luties of members and gave some ad rice to both officers and members ol divisions John Barrett responded for resident Wilt Meehan and made one of hose happy talks for which he is noted bounding with facts that ore incontrovertible Charles P Feeney President ofthe IrishAmerican Society also made a spirited and interesting though brief peechJohn Kllleen of Division 1 sang two ongs that aroused great enthusiasm as did also John Parker of Frankfort the latter being given a hearty encore James Rogers one of the pioneers reo ated his experiences of the past twenty six years and urged the fathers to have heir Ions ready to take their places and ontinue the good work that fs being done by this nobleorder Deputy Baliff Mike Tynan and James Iroaan were compelled to render several elections the former only escaping to attend the refreshments Among the visUort from New Albany were County President Pat Kennedy resident Dan Walsh Vice President obi Winn and Secretary junta OHara The session did not adjourn till mid light Everybody present were loud in heir praises of Division 1 voting the hair the mot instructive and enjoyable ivea by the Hlberniaiu the city Top such praise can not be bestowed upon ohn MulloyTow Riley Bd ward Clancy Tom Cody MikeTTyttau and Dave pCoo ell who saw to it that all had plenty to eatj Milk and smoke There ie no tbut that the example set by this ti j i gl LWi L division will be foUfed by others DI- vision 4 will entertauFin the same man ner on Wednesday etjning JUly 26 and we are authorized Jy President Hen nessy to extend Rcbf al invitation to the members of all dI Flans in Louisvilli New Albany and iiersonvilleI to be present i President Dolan aJ jounced the folloi I ing standing couihilkees for the next I year F iiFinanceNewto K 2 Rogers James Barry and Martin j jCwsick Initiation DavidWOConnell Tom Riley Peter Cusick jSark Ryan Louis Perranda JK Literapy William HTHiggina Thoma Cody Mike Tynan Jjtofin Mulloy Martii Cnsick N Employment Clialjes Feeney Tim J Sullivan John Shouglfnessy Sick and Relief Michael McGillicud dy Michael Cumminjp John Killeen SUCCESS SSURED L7tGrand Bazar Iri Ootober For the SistersiPf Mercy Academy i fAbout two hundreoiladles and gentle men representing thY different Catholic churches in this city assembled Monday evening at St Francis Hall when ia permanent organization was effected for the purpose of giving n grand fair am bazar some time this fall for the Sisters 0 of Mercy These good women have for many years done splendid educational work in this city many of our rncjst brilliant and accomplished young ladles being graduates of their academy on Second street which is now inadequate to meet their require merits They desiree erection of a commodious buildingfIn a more suitable locality and present Indications point to a realization of their Lopes Monsiguor Douche t Vicar General ol the Louisville diocese made a brief state went for the Sisters saying they have done splendid work and are excellent teachers g Edward J OBrien the wellknown Main street tobaccotitstwho made such a great success of the bazar for the Sisters of the Good Shepherd last year made a spirited talk urging that immediate steps betaken to Revise ways and means to remcxl the present build ing on Second streetorjerect a new one Rev Father Lbgauof St Louis Ber trands also sppkefotfthe undertaking his remarks elictiM considerable ap wplaereRevHelling and Daniel CP Edvard J OBrien was chosen tempo rary Chairman and John A Doyle temporary Secretary A call of the house showed fourteen churches represented after which a permanent organization was effected with the following officers PresidentMichael J Duffy SecretaryThomas Malone TreasurerJoseph Hubbuch Executive Committee Larry Gatto Chairman Mike J Walsh Ben Schie man Girard Alexander Tom Keenan Tom Tarpey and Joseph Hubbuch- It was decided to hold the bazar during the latter part of October Messrs Larry Gatto Girard Alexander and Tony Mon tedonico were appointed a special com mittee to procure a hall Quite a num ber favor the Confederate Reunion Hall on the river front There were many ladies present among them Mesdames Wathen Tarpey Denun zio Gatto Miss Katie Smith Miss Mary Barrett and members of the academy alumnae all splendid workers Who prom ised to enter heartily into the work of making the proposed bazar excel any heretofore given in Louisville The next meeting will take place at St Francis Hall on Monday evening July 23 when every parish in the city should be represented ROUSING MEETING The People of Crescent Hill Arranging For a Good Time A rousing meeting of the congregation of St Francis of Rome church Crescent bill was held Monday evening in the school hall to arrabge for a picnic to be given at Phoenix Hill Park on Monday August B Much enthusiasm was manifested and a healthy rivalry for places on the various committees was displayed from all appearanceithis is surely going to be the most successful picnic aver given by this progressive congregation A permanent organization has been ef ected with the following popular officers rid assistants President and General ManagerOwen icCaunAssistantsOwenikeiran and Thomas iannon ScZretaryJohnDoookue Treasurer Owea JCeira- nPrintingRev Katlwr White Music Edward Birke John Donohue George P Martfn Manager Dining Room Mrs Conrad Orth assisted by Mesdames Wade Trench LamaMer Wafoeaberger Kelly lisa Merrimee mad others Manager Rcfreduneut StandWw faitije Doaohue aatbtmlbyMiseea Nellie anal Sallie Hauaant Lillie Burke Rosa 8JCatie Murray Stella FlatiajcaM lrrle Latter NaUk Donohue These hill be aided by allthe youth and beauty of Clifton and rldntty i Various other commutes 1er ap pointedand amid the but of goodtnaturee I rid in high glee 1st meeting adjourned- o meet MotMAY VMaiB J 14 r FUN FOR ALL Who Attend the Picnic am Outing of Snored Heart Church Wednesday Promises to Bo the Seasons Gala Day at Blvorvlow 1 Comely Matrons and Lovcl Maidens Will Entertain the Visitors MUSIC DANCING AND FIELD SPORTS The annual picnic and outing of the Sacred Heart parish will take place nex Wednesday afternoon and evening at Riverview Park the most beautiful and best equipped summer resort about Louis ville and all indications are that the affair will be most successful Booth and tables will be erected iu shady nook and corners and the ladies who will pre side at them have worked faithfully and are now prepared to entertain royally the thousands who mayattend Among their number are many of the society ladies of the West End both maids and matrons who are determined that next Wednesday shall be the gala day of the season at RiverviewTuesday evening a large andenthusi astic meeting was held at the school hail President Joe Nevin occupying the chair The different committees made their final reports which showed that every detail had been perfected for the picnic and amusements of all kinds are provided for During the afternoon a number of field sports will take place including rifle shooting tugofwar foot races sack races etc which should attract much attention The little ones will also come in for their share of enjoyment as games and pleasures suitable for young folks will be in evidence about the grounds The gentlemen assisting President Nevin are Messs Walter Hensley Joe Byrne Tom Tarpey Thomas Claire Phil Mc Govern George Sinclaire John Flynn Tony Norton William Patterson A Gast and many others each of whom will have charge of some Intereiting srEyrofrthe days programme Great interest is aroused in the race for the prize offered by Father Walsh to the young lady selling the largest number of tickets Rev Father Erasmus aroused much enthusiasm at the meeting Tuesday night and will be at the park to receive visiting clergy and others One of the interesting features of the deterIminewill be awarded a handsome prize Another novelty will be the introduction of EI photographer who will take pictures singly and in groups of those who desire iliemIScallys band will discourse music in the dancing pavilion where the young may enjoy themselves to their content Among the members heartsI congregation are many excellent lancers who have promised their chil dren to show them the beauties of the Irish jigs and reels of long ago Mike McGrath will officiate as music director assisted by Pat Stone Harry Wellington Will llcGrnth Theodore Lynch and George Sinclaire The ladies will have prepared an excellent dinner and supper for their friends and at reasonable prices while the members of the young Ladies Sodal ity will preside over refreshment stands Those who attend should remember that no baskets or lunch boxes are allowed on groundsMiss Carey who is known as one of the most charming young ladies In the West End will preside at the re freshment stand She will be assisted by Misses Gertrude Harrig Agnes McDon ugh Mary Glenn and a bevy of lovely girls who should draw large throngs to their handsome quarters The dinner and supper which we are informed will embrace several courses rid all the delicacies will be presided over by Mrs Mike Doerhoefcn She has selected the following ladies to assist her in looking after the wants of the hungry and their names are a guarantee of real Kentucky hospitality and a few minutes In their company should put the most grouchy man in the best of humor Mesdanies Torn Tarpey William Patterson Joe Byrne Joe Nevin John Flynn Tony Norton Andy Kast Frank Dugan Jfr Tighe Phil McGovern John Ryan Schrader McGrath and Dettlinger The pretty waitresses will include such well known young ladies as Misses Ella and Bertha Hensley Nellie Burning Abbie Kennedy Lizzie Tarpey Anna Malone Mary McDonald Mamie Burke Blanche JUwler Mary Higgins Edith Maxwell and others Children under twelve years will be admitted free and u a large number of ickets have been sold there should be a large attendance and jolly good time 61 QUEENAN NIELEST No social event for a loag tiioe has at acted so pinch attention or interest in rawfordaviHe Ind as the marriage of fans B Queect1le wellknown and ueceHfulJrYtILeatO JMR neon Nortonpoet popular young nun in the city and IIIGeorgia MfettM of CntwfacdniUe j a charming and talented young lady who holds a high place in the affection and respect of the people of her town and surrounding country The ceremony took place at St Bernards church Wednesday morning and at an early hour the edifice was crowded with friends and acquaintances anxious to witness the event Rev Father Dempsey officiate at the marriage ceremony which was followed by the celebration of a nuptio mass and blessing A wedding breakfast andreception followed the services at the church after which the happy coupl left on their honeymoon trip They wil reside in this city and after July 21 wlU be at home to their friends at 1616 Brool street MRS ANN KING Well Known Lady Succumb to Stroke of Apoplexy Sunday Morning C Mrs Ann King a wellknown am highly esteemed aged lady of the Wes End died Sunday morning from a stroke of apoplexy sustained Friday night at her home 2208 West Madison street The deceased had been apparently in tile best of health and spent the early part of Friday evening in home amusement with her children The news of the fatal stroke came as a great shock to her many friends and acquaintances and her unexpected death caused widcspreai sorrow Mrs King was a native of Ballintubber County Mayo Ireland but came to this country when a child She had been ia resident of Louisville for more than half a century and was known for her many excellent traits of character not the least ofwhich was her piety and charity Left a widow many years ago she displayed the chief characteristics of Catholic Irisl motherhood She is survived by two married daughtersMrs John Miller and Mrs John Baron The funeral took place Tuesday morn ing from St Charles church with solemn requiem mass Father Raffo we the celebrant while Father Baron of Tell City and Father OConnell of Jefferson ville were deacon and subdeacon The church was crowded with sorrowing friends long before the impressive services began Among the relatives from a distance were Mrs P Brooks McKiu ney and Patrick McCormack Jr of At lanta Ga J J Lavelle Rock Island Ill Patrick McCormack Sr James Surber und Will King 4 Danville Ky xhe rewaimswer euderl o Uetyl1last resting place DY Messrs JhiJgul livan James McCormack Patrick Walsh Patrick Sullivan John A OConnor and John Smith A long tine of carriages followed to St Louis cemetery where the interment took place May her soul rest in peace PRETTY EMBLEM Presented to Frank Cunningham by His Hibernian Frlonds Frank Cunningham who for years was prominent in Hibernian circles before his removal to St Louis was given a pleasant surprise at Hibernian Han last Satur day night In recognition of his past services and devotion to the order it was some time ago resolved to present him with a handsome emblem which was to- be forwarded to County President Fijz patrick in St Louis who would make he presentation at the County Board meeting In the Mound City When it became known that Mr Cun gingham was coming here last week the fficers decided to perform the pleasant duty themselves and with this end in view invited him and the county officers sad members of the Robert Emmet Dramatic Society to meet at the hall Saturday night County President Keenan presided while exCounty President lurphy made the presentation speech on behalfof the County Board and the Hi ernlans of Louisville Though taken by by surprise Mr Cunningham made a feeling but happy response pledging his fealty to the order in his new field and wishing the Louis rlllebrethencontinuedsuccess Short talks were indulged in by Messrs David OConnell James Dillon John Julloy and several others and many sappy reminiscences related The token was a beautiful emblem of the Ancient rdM f Hibernians encased in a handsome old locket and suitably Inscribed It was one of the most happy events Jut have occured for a long time REV JOHN WHITE HERE Rev Father John White of Baltimore is visiting here this week the guest of Rev Charles P Raffo It will be remem beredthat Father White labored zealously for many years among the colored Catholics of this city with whom he was so reservedly popular We are pleased to learn that he is equally popular as well as efficient in his white field of the Lords vineyard in Baltimore AQUINAS UNION OUTINO The members of the Aquinas Union are buUy engaged in preparing for their teaic and outing which takes place at- Fer Grove on Thursday July 26 Quite ara amusing programme has been arranged for the youngtters as well as the old folks IT Chairmani Dave Burke and the game committee tW boats have b en en aged and the Uhjon guarantees that all wtllbe well tak V can of Prof Xor bacb buhUH 1 iii iI J7 frfo rh t FEDERATION Enthusiastic Mooting of Repre sentative Catholics Sun day Afternoon Largo Number of Delegates Present Credentials and Arc Seated Permanent Organization Will Bo Effected Next Sun lay Week IMPORTANT COMMITTEE APPOINTED The second meeting for the purpose of federating the different Catholic societies of this city into a union was held at Satolli Hall Sunday afternoon with a large number representative Catholics present In the absence of Hon Edward J McDermott who was in New Orleans John I Barrett was called to the chair In a brief address he explained to those who were not at the previous meeting the reasons advanced by the promoters for the foundation ofa Catholic Unioni in this city After Secretary Jenkins had read the minutes and the address issued to the different societies a motion was made that a Committee on Credentials be appointed t The Chairman named Messrs John B Stickler David OConnell and ttob report Upon reassembling the commit tee reported the organizations having 10 voted to affiliate and be represented by the following delegates Catholic ClubHon Matt ODoherty Dr J W Fowler John W Jenkins Knights of Columbus Rev Charles P Raffo Charles F Taylor R A Watson Edward T Tierney Walter P Lincoln J J Fitzgerald P M OReilly The four divisions of the Ancient Order of Hibernians send the following delegates all authorized to affiliatecc Division 1 James Rogers James Barry David OConnell William M HigginsDivision 2 JobyJJarrett Isis qPJBfclSulliv n lames Co ernlDdo in Cacanaiigh Division 4Jol1n Hen essey John J Grogan Thomas Langau James Cody Jerry Hallahan Thomas Lynch Joseph WoodsSatolli Council Richard G Shanley William Perry Harry Coigan Trinity CouncilJohn J Sullivan Jas B Kelly W N Gast Ben Hund E J Bosler Dr F S Clark Catholic Knights of America Branch 4W C Smith Thomas Fee ley Peter J Dowling John J Score H D Wilkes John D Rudd Branch 14 Louis M Hamel John Fackler Michael King 1Dranchholder John T Lyons William Corri gan Patrick Flaherty Branch 24J F Brownfield Patrick Kirley Joe P McGinn Catholic Knights and Ladies of Amer icaBrauch 4James J Kenealy John D Rudd Miss Mollie Burke Branch 1 William P Carey John 3 Stickler Charles Breckel MH Lillian OHearn Branch 2Pat Holly James J Coleman Pat J Sullivan Branch 19 Henry F Stoerr Thomas Moran Mrs Thomas Moran Branch 2 which is the largest in the United States has elected fifteen dele gates seven of whom are ladies Their credentials will be received at the meeting Sunday week as will also those of many other societies who meet before that date- Hon Matt ODoherty addressed the delegates telling them that the necessity for such a union as is proposed has long been felt by Catholic laymen He de l lared these federations would tend to elevate the moral standard of public life and stop divorce debauchery and drunk t enness A new and better life to Catholic itizenship originated this movement which must be kept free from all politico When its purpose js fully attained the same Catholic will Always be the synonym of gentleman Rev Pather Raffo made a most patriotic talk yiat was convincing to his hearers and Chairman Barrett said the forts of the promoters of the union hud eon crowned with success Messrs Charles F Taylor Matt ODo lerly William M Higgins James B Kelly rid Pat Holly were appointed commit ee to draft a constitution and bylaws toe submitted for approval at a future meeting The election of officers was postponed to July 22 in order that those bodies which will affiliate that day for the lira time may have a voice in their selection This will be a very important meeting o tad as the future of the union will de fend largely upon the officers selected uly the best men those who have the tonfidence of the entire community should be considered for the honors Aa Invitation was received to meet- acceytedwith Trinity Council which wai or the near futurecAfter disposing of matters bf minor mporlance the meeting adjourned to- aat at atoll Hat on Sunday after Ioiu Jnly BI mnis o y i n J I- tJKis QJSTUOKYIRX H AlI RrdAC KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGM N1INIIHI1IIIINIIII r Oevoted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans WILZIAIII M XXXGQXIVJS PubJJbe t SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY gc tBtdoredettbo Louisville Postofflco as Second C1a9s Matter Aiditrsail Covotnolcatlonttotbe KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 Weil Qreeo Street LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY JULY 14 1900 GEN CASTLEHAN WON So the City Council can not im peach Gen Castleman as Park Commissioner because he accepted a commission in the United Stat I army notwithstanding the Council acted on the opinion of the City Attorney Judge Dodd so decided and granted an injunction an Judge Durelle Appellate Judge for this district affirmed the decisio- and refused to dissolve the injunc tion So shallow were the grounds that neither Judge Dodd nor Judge Durelle found it necessary to go beyond the State law on impeachment both holding that even if the allegations were true they were no cause under the law for impeach mentThis is not the first time the City Council went up in the air imposing court costs on the city by following the legal advice of City Attorney er Stone nor will it be the last However sound his opinions may be the courts dont seem to agree with him The items of court costs resulting thus far if summed up and published will prove a startling offset to the savings of the eco nomic policy the Council claims to be pursuing NEWS FROM CHINA The startling and contradictory dispatches from China leaving every one in doubt as to the situa tioti mebyi ofthecablecon- tro reabY England The only other telegraphic communication via Siberia is controlled by Russia As both are suspicious of the other the facts are withheld From the 4 movements of all the powers it is evident they are not ignorant of the situation because England sup presses dispatches over her cable but they seem to know more than England can find out In the meantime while this rivalry lasts the outside world will have to wait for the real facts as to the situation in China It is evident however that the other powers are massing war ships and proceeding to settle the Chinese row without consulting England or caring what she thinks about it She has no troops to spare for China anyhow and the talking k stage in that affair is past It will require a large force quick and decisive action to check the slaugh ter o- property f foreigners protect foreign and interests restore order and punish the murderers The powers that have the available troops and no other wars on their hands must do this if it is done and they are going at it England is not needed as has been demonstrated nor will she be permitted to prevent it by interpos fug objections to the plan or incit t ing jealousy ameng the other pow rsRussia Trance Germany Japan and the United States can and will settle the Chinese revolt or whatever it is without awaiting Englands finding out what she Wants or how it ought to be done e THE STRIKE RENEWED The street car strike and boycott in St Louis has been renewed on the allegation that the company has violated the agreement signed last week providing for the reinstatment tl nnofthe old employes cud arbitration of differences by continuing to em ploy outsiders end refusing to allow i ThenQ company first denied the charge in toto then the attorney for the com pony attended a meeting of thee union to disprove Cud explain but j his answer proved the charges sot his admitting then but by evas ive replies such as a lawyer make- lutists I the facts are against him hisI final plea being that only such out siders were being employed as were thse agreement Now the charge of badI faith so vehemently denied being proven and the explanation only ia thde company deny they made any suchI commitntee and in proof present the writteni agreement signed by the President of the railway company the Chair man of the union committee andI witnesses In this copy the clauseI providing for reinstatement of okI appeartwith pen marks indicating they hadl been stricken out As all are aware in such cases duplicate copies offt agreements are drawn up andl signed each party retaining a copy In the copy held by the union these two clauses are clear and intact iin that of the company they are stricken out The witnesses disinter ested citizens including a clergy man whose names are signed toI the agreement testify that the copy held by the union with the twoI clauses intact is correct The only inference to be drawn is that th company is guilty of bad faith asI chargedand has mutilated its copy of the agreement in a vain effort to deceive the public This final ex posure together with the declara tion of the grand jury that the speciall polio and others who have fheIstrike are responsible for the violence and disorder that prevailed fully verifies the charges of duplic ity dishonesty and oppression against the railway company jus tifies the strike and boycott and stamps the railway managers as un worthy of belief or confidence utterly unfit to controlllany enterprise In which the public are con cerned and indeed a dangerous menace to the peace and safety of the community And yet with such men in control of industries there are people who wonder why work men go on strikes It is tiresome to read the roasts some of our contemporaries are giv lug the Catholics because they do not subscribe for their publications They would be much more success ful were they to confine themselves to their proper sphere without attempting to govern the Church and State which are amply able tq take care of themselves Catho lics receive abuse enough from the outside and should not be expected to support publications purporting to be printed in their interest that resort to such methods Still some of these editors are more to be pitied than censured They possess the idea that the word Catholic at their head gives them a scope to which they are not entitled and as a consequence they become j arrogant and cranky when they learn the fact that the people will think and act for themselves and patron ize those papers that give the news and eschew curtain lectures The action of the Democratic majority in the Park Board of drag ging partisanism into the parks by removing Republican employes sim ply to replace them with Democrats will doubtless receive as it deserves public condemnation The parks like the schools should be and were intended to be kept out of politics and up to the present though Republicans and Democrats have alternated in control of the boards removalsfor political ream wit or to reward political workers Mire notbiesl tJecrtsle That the Democrats in bom boerd have re i fj f tI cently departed from this policy applying the partisan test replacing efficient and experienced employes with political favorites is to their discredit The parks and schools are peculiarly popular institutions to be conducted strictly for the peo pIe at which politicians of allparties had best draw the line and look for spoils elsewhere The future success and usefulness of the Catholic Union now in process of formation in this city will depend largely upon the officers to be chosen one week from tomor thissimportant matter their careful con sideration and vote for only such as will treat all interests alike We are prompted to make the fore going suggestion because of tumors that have reached this office during the past two weaks Politics are very properly barred and political methods should be tabooed also You can not stand for the man with a selfish motive tAn effective though not com mendable mode of boycotting was resorted to in the Hoboken moue for early closing of stores which has been granted by most of Ihie proprietors Some of thode who refused had their store fronts be smeared with rotten eggs Monday thesefstores were not very attractive to buyers the next day The Sales mens Union denounce such conduct Of course all theft should be punished and a rigid enforcement of law is commendable but over in Indiana one is sometimes reminded of the blue law era In New Albany a small boy carried off the strap of centsethe vigilant police heard of it and arrested him The owner of the strap positively refused to prosecute belittle fellow and when presented in court he was dismissed News by way of Boer sources report the cipture of Water e t and a llarge quantity of stores by theBoers and the retreat of the English force The Boers hold the country to the west of Pretoria have fortified the mountain passes and a large force must guard the roads to prevent their raids upon isolated English positions Oom Paul says the war is not near over There are four professed Democratic daily papers in this city but none of them carry Bryan and Stevenson at the head of their col umns Two of them have of late become quite English which par tially explains their lack of former party enthusiasm The trial of the alleged assassins of Senator Goebel is in progress at Georgetown Judge Cflntrill who is presiding found it necessary to warn the correspondents that they are not trying the case nor should they send out misleading and prejudiced j reports The Chinese A P A seem to be on top and carrying out the pat riotic policy of China for the Chinese drive out the foreign ers and to hell with the Pope JI in a way that throws their American brethren in the shad- eTRINITY COUNCIL Reception and Musicale for the Young Ladles Auxiliary The Young Ladies Auxiliary of Trinity Council Y M I gave a delightful reception and musicale at Trinity Council Hall last Tuesday evening in bonor of their newly elected officers The instal lation ceremonies were witnessed by a large audience and were very impressive The vocal and musical selections were of a high order and artistically rendered The following officers were installed for the ensuing term PresidentDose Louise Schwaninger Vice PresidentMiss Fannie Cunaiff Secretary Miss Maya Kiely jtr CotTMponding Secretary Misa Mary Burgbard Treasurer Mrs George Osweln Marshal Mlw Mary Kllard This Auxiliary U one cf themoat popu Jar femiaiue societies in Louisville and the ncaibers are to be congratulated upon the election of ISeh excelkmt of iUturUtejuinstal fanctlon Which an among the mutt pleasant of the winter wuonJ trim ttowbdat arranged for L1 J OJsWill Kister spent the past week with relatives in Nelson county Miss Gertrude Conner is visiting Miss Cora Hodge in Charlestown Ind J Moran has arrived home from a weeks stay at West Baden Springs Lavielle Ford has returned from New Haven where he visited his mother Miss Beatrice Brook is visiting her WALTER Jt YOUNG President Evening Post Boys and Girls Club cousin Mrs Simpson in New Haven Hon William Sweeney of Lebanon arrived in the city Thursday for a short visit Miss Maggie McAuliffe of Jefferson ville visited friends in Frankfort this week THon Edward McDermott has taken a house on Cherokee drive for the summer months Miss Nellie Day who was here last week visiting friends has returned to New Heaven Misses Grace and Stella Kinney of Newportare visiting Mrs Thomas Fallon 617 East Broadway Judge and Mrs Sterling Toney leave July 25 for Wyo lug where they will spend several weeks V F ODaniel was among those from this city enjoying the waters at West Baden the past week t Miss Mattie Sullivan of Crab Orchard Was thlrweekltI 1t guest of Miss Clara Hopkins in Parkland Little EmmerjFIeming Jr is home from Seymour Id where he was the guest of Jonas House Miss Edith McMann is the charming guest of Miss Loula Metcalfe at her home and Nelson cpunty Mrs Johanna McGuire of Fifth street New Albany left this week for a visit with relatives at Lafayette John Gilligan and Morris Haley of Brooksville KYli arrived in this city Wednesday for a short visit Misses Susie and Halite Rodman leave August 1 for a stayof several weeks at the Virginia summer resorts Misses Agues Fitzgerald and Genevieve Hackett are home from Fairfield where they visited Mrs Edward Lilly Jacob H Mayer the wellknown collar maker was among the Louisvillians reg istered at West Baden this week Miss Louise Mqnahau a popular Jef fersonville gulllhas gone to Alexander where she will remain till October Miss Mamie Ben and Fred Allen were among a party of lively young people registered at West Baden for a vacation John Clancy of Crescent Hill who left the city last week will spend some time bunting and fishing in the wilds of Maine D Cerf the wellknown wholesale liquor merchant is home from West Baden where he spent the past ten days Miss Ada Walsh has left with friends for Chicago and the Northern summer resorts She will not return before Octo rberMisses Mollie and Lily Xeiran two popular Crescent Hill society girls have gone to Memphis Tenn fora visit with relatives LMrs Edward Don bo and daughter Miss Anna will return next week from Tuscaloosa Ala where they are visiting relatives Miss Mayme J patrick Twentieth street has as her guest E T Broadway a wellknown young resident of Birming ham Ala 4 Rev Father Erasmus st who is officiating at Sacred Heart church during the absence of Rev Patrick 1 jWaUh visited Wet Baden Springs f1 Will D ttling r ef Cawthdn street Is How coavaiafce afttr a bag spell of fever Hie many friends will be glad to- Me him out soon v Miss Mary Kelly will mutae her duties aa general delLelerk at tW New Albany poatoflk opt Monday after fifteen days v c Uo y t IJ tfnThOa aj cf 8tcuMdne street he gels le 4ct Yule 1 Xhers ahh will visit bar rho Lone of the penitentiary MI iv IiiiMay of Atlanta l 1 Ga who was here attending the funeral of her sisterinlaw MM Ann King re turned home yesterday Brannin Sherley and daughter Miss Elizabeth left Thursday for Baltimore They will be joined by Mrs Sherley the latter part of this month Miss Maggie Shearon who bas been the guest of the Misses Finn Fifth avenue left Tuesday for her home on Walnut Hills Cincinnati Mrs Thomas Tierney of Oak street accompanied by her sons Mastersjohn and Tom is spending the heated term with friends at Springfield Dan Motiarity will spend the balance of his summer evenings at home at 714 West Oak street playing with a wee lady visitor that arrived this week Mrs John J Maloney and children of 328 West Breckinridge street are visiting friends in Springfield with whom they will remain till about the middle of Sep tember Two boys were added to the list of youngsters residing ou Lytle street this week The happy fathers are Henry Reilly and Thomas Kearns The mothers are both doing well Miss Mollie Crow of Fifth street and her cousin Miss Helen Byron two of our most popular ladies left Wednesday for the Eastern seaports where they will spend the summer mouths Miss Alma Keller entertained a number of her friends Monday evening at her home 2125 Portland avenue the occa slots being her birthday Her guests spent a most enjoyable evening Mr Patrick OSullivan who has been studying music in Paris will return home this fall He has made great progress and is not only a fine pianist and organ ist but also a creditable composer One of the most pleasing and enjoyable social events of the season was the outing given Tuesday by Rev B F Logan on the river to the altar boys of St Louis Bertrands church and the two choirs Charles G Hickey and Miss Anna Fortwengler were united in marriage on Tuesday evening at the rectory at Holy Cross church West Broadway Rev Father Cunningham performing the cere mony Miss Anna and Emma Gorman and Bertha Heffernan three pretty and at tractive society girls leave this evening for St Louis where they will remain for a month visiting John Gorman and friends Invitations are out for the tenth anni versary celebration of Mr dud Mrs Jacob Schreiber of Portland avenue which will take place at Fountain Ferry on Wednes day evening July 25 The affair will be a most enjoyable one t Last week tberearrived at the home of Nic Smith 1402 Garvin Place a hand some baby boy which bad the effect of restoring to perfect health the happy father whose illness was mentfoned last week Mother and son are doing well and arrangemants are being made for a reception when the new arrival is chris tened CAUTION AND WARNING Editor Kentucky Irish American- In glancing over the list of those re cently initiated into the Knights of Columbus it is the conviction of the writer who is not a member that the Investi gating Committee failed in doing its duty This charge is made without any intentional reflection on the individual members constituting the Investigating Committee much less on the organiza tion itself In fact it is said by one in sympathy with the organization and who would rejoice in its prosperity Judging from the aims and objects of the Knights of Columbus as expounded by many enthusiastic members one is led to believe that none but practical con scientious Catholics men whose lives and pursuits are such as to redound to the credit of the church men of honesty and integrity can become members Very noble and praiseworthy aims in themselves and in the strict fulfillment of them will be found the strength and prosperity of the organization But I fear the society in its wild rush after a large and increasing membership in its anxiety to become great and powerful has started to neglect the essential requisites or qualities which should be possessed by the individual members Here in will be found its waning influence and its germs of slow but certain decay Furthermore it may be judged what a great influence the reception of unworthy members into such a Catholic organization exercises on those contem plating becoming members of the Knights of Columbus who are art to judge of a society by the character and complexion of its membership If true to your aims searching and discriminating in accept ing members not up to the standard with the occasional use of the pruning knife when one is found wanting jn this will be found true strength with a vitality which promises future greatness and con tinued usefulness Hence it is a matter of no little sur prim and disappointment to note in the number of those recently admitted some not possessed of the qualities which would reflect credit on the organization and who if retained must necessarily be an obstacle to others from fraternizing with the Knights of Columbus This is said in a friendly and charitable manner intended simply to sound the keynote of caution and warning and by one soliciUoua for the future welfare and prosperity of your noble organization and furthermore by one who would not expreeainwhat is above broadly hinted at U IRISHAMERICAN SOCIETY The regular rneetagof theIri hAmeri and c Quite n tlUItl win be tip for true action Teeth If they need attention there is no better place to 1 have them fixed than at t- heLouisvilleIII II Dental Parlors 544 FOURTH ST Right Next to Avenue Theater Their prices are the lowest work the best and all guaranteed They will treat you right REMEMBER THE PLACE Louisville Dental Parlors 644 FOURTH ST W 3 DRINK Hofbrau 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its anniversaryentering upon its Fourth Volume The promises made to its readers and friends in the first issue have been faithfully observed and its circu lation has enjoyed a steady growth This should be increased in the future until it is read in the home of every IrishAmerican in Kentucky and adjoining States The Ken tucky Irish American for the coming year will make features of Irish News Church News Society News r Home News Labor News Sporting News It is a FirstClass Weekly Journal which is printedand 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 tlhs will result in great benefit to our who shouldremember I TII the i ttjf Mxv that it has the Official Indorsement of the CENTRAL LABOR UNION And the Representatives of the Trades Unions of Louisville d- TliG SUnS6rlDtlon rrl66 ruI IS ONLY 1PER YEAR Invariably in advance and for this small sum we promise to continue to issue one of the brighest cleanest newsiest Irish American newspapers in the United States We will endeavor to furnish our readers a fearless liberal and honest publication one that may be relied upon for its every word SUBSCRIBE NOW Advertisers Will serve their interests best by sending in their copy as early in the week as possible They will find that advertisements placed in this paper will be productive of the test 1 results as it now has a verylarge circulation among the best class ofour citizens i r oM Address all Correspondence and Business Communications to the ENTUCKY IRISHn AMERICAN 326W IN 8TRfEl G 0 RECENT DEATHS I The funeral of Mrs Mary Gunnon who I died Monday afternoon at her home on I Twentieth street took place from St t Charles church Wednesday morning She was one of the pioneers of the West End being seventy years of age Mrs B Tierney formerly of this city died Saturday at the home of her daug ter Mrs P Hunt Decatur 111 Her remains were brought here and the funeral service was held Wednesday afternoon- at Gran W Smiths Sons chapel Seventh and Walnut streets The Interment was in St Johns cemetery Thomas Smith a wellknown resident of this city fiftytwo years old died last Saturday at the residence of his daughter Mrs Thomas Stevenson of Hast Green street His funeral took place Monday morning from St Michaels church Rev Father Sheridan conducting the solemn services The interment was in St Louis cemetery Daniel B Canty the wellknown aged florist who enjoyed an extensive acquain tance in this city died Tuesday morning at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital His death was caused by organic heart trouble and came as a shock to his friends The deceased was fiftynine years old and leaves three grown daughters to mourn his loss Mr Canty was a member of Branch 4 of the Catholic Knights of America His funeral was largely attend ed at the Sacred Heart church Thursday morning We regret to chronicle the death of William Page the aged father of John Page the popular and efficient Circuit Court Clerk The deceased had been in ill health for the past two years His death resulted front a stroke paralysis sustained two weeks ago There were few men better known iu Louisville where he has resided since boyhood Be sides his wife five children two sons and three daughters survive him His funeral takes place this afternoon from the Buptist chnrch at Twentysixth and Mar ket streets Mr Page had led an active but honoradle life and his loss will be keenly felt by his many friends and ac quaintances FIRST LAWN FETE The ladies and gentlemen of the Holy Cross church are busy preparing for the first lawn fete of the season to be held on the grounds of Henry Koch Thirtieth and Broadway on Tuesday and Wednes day evenings August 7 and 8 The pro ceeds will be for sweet charity and there will be various amusements As the price admission is only ten cents it is to be hoped there will be a large crowd iu at tendance to aid Rev Father Cunningham in his good work ODONNELL ABOO Proudly the note of the trumpet is sound ing- Shrilly the warcry is heard on the gale FlejStly thesteed byVI pughViS siHy iIs bounding To join the thick squadron in Saimerss green vale On every mountaineer stranger to flight- or feat Rush to the standard of uudauntless Red Hughl Bonnacht and Galloglass throng from each mountain pass On for old Erin ODonnell Abool Princely ONeill to our aid is advancing With many chieftain and warrior clan A thousand proud steeds in his vanguard- are prancing Neath the borderers brave from the banks of the BannJ Many a heart shall quail under its coat of mail Deeply the merciless foeman shall rue When on his ear shall ring borne on the breezes wing- ClanOConnells dread Tarcry ODon well Abool Wildfy oer Desmond the warwolf is howling fearless the eagle sweeps over the plain The fox in the streets of our cities is prowling All all who would scare them are ban ished or slain Grasp every stalwart hand hackbut and battle brand Pay them well back the deep debt so loffg duel forays and Clifford well can of Trycon nell tell Onward to glory ODonnell Abool Sacred the cause that ClanConnells defending The altars we kneel at and homes of our sires- Ruthless the ruin the foe is extending Midnight is red with the plunderers fires On with ODonnell then fight the old fight again Sobs of Tryconnell all valiant and true Make the false Saxon feel Erins aveng ing steel Strike for your country ODonuell Abool SELECTING A HUSBAND Girls you dont want a man who is afraid of good honest work and there are lots of them whore you dont want to have to spend the very best of your youth in living to reform a man or shield him so that you will not become a claim mtfor the pity of your friends you dont wont a man who is stingy and what girt with two grains of sense is sot sharp enough to discover this trait in lovers Neither do you want a spendthrift you lont want a jealous husband for he is about M dangerous to live with as a lure tic you dont watt a dandy who curls his hair has his nails manicured and UH8 a face bleach and you wouldnt be ieve how many such specimens are float lug arwoolngoodlOCety You wautawbolICHi1ed lovable ge- atlemanlIlt mut MOW take out your memorandum book be courteoni to the aged sad iWd to theJlittle folks the sort- of fellow that knows tbataiel toeIso mand a Uneata but wbo ia sot foolish MMCh lo pawn isiaaatreatg to o cl rfti TTWIflINGIONI Seventeenth and Walnut Sts DEALER IN PINS MEATS AND GROCERIES- AT REASONABLE PRICES Your Patronage Solicited Telephone 1123Y EDELE TS Cut= ate Drug StoreOiI1 SPECIAL PRICES Swamp Root small Swamp Root large I35cHarpers CephalgTnc Bromo Seltzer Morphine 1 dr OOc Best Baking Powder 1 25c Moth Balls per Ib I 5c Sulphur per Ib c- All Patent Medicines at Cost Prescriptions a Specialty c A EDELEN- S E Cor 17th and Bonk Sts- ADOLPIIUSU GGOLDSTEIN SON- Byes N Examined attd Glasses Scientifically Adjusted Satisfaction Guaranteed Scientific Practical Opticians 644 FOURTH AVENUE FOR THEBES- TGROCERIES FRESH MEATS AND VEGETABLESGO WllllJM M L S W Cor Eighteenth and Chestnut Try my own make of Quick Yeast 25c per pound Brown Leghorn Egg- sCENTS5CHARLES Li JACQUES 2422 St Xavier1 ayTwelvehensJan 12 Feb 20 March 187 April 133 May 142 June tl8 July 137 Aug 151 Sept 152 Oct83 Nov 83 Dec 15 MOORES PLflG 1621 PORTLAND AVE Largest and Cpolest I Glass of Beer on the Avenue FINE WHISKY A SPECIALTY WINES AND CIGARS M MURPHYDEALER IN GROCERIES PRODUCER U C MEATS Wines IfqQora reed Hav and Grain N JJ Cor Seventeenth and Portland Ave WHEN YOU VISIT LIMERICKCALL John HickeySEV- ENTH AND OAK Cool Lager and l Warm Lunch Never Run Ou- tEXCIIANGEFAHETS JOHN B FAHEY Prop N E Cor Seventh and Marketf Choice Wines Liquors and Cigars Telephone3044A get them the kind ofa chap who disdains to fall into rhapsodies over every pretty woman lie meets who realizes that life is not a joke but who in his serious ness is never depressing he must be gentle sympathetic honorable just with enough romance about him to save him rom being priteaic and above all he must be so sittMejl in life that be can Attempt the celctef homemaker without being a dismal failure Where will such a paragon be fcmad Keep your eyes wide open If you do not meet with him take ray advice and join the sisters who prefer single bliss to wedded wretch edneseOne Who Knows 11 21 m TO ST PAUL AND RETURN The Mason route will will tickets to St Paul and return at tl50 from Louisville iCy i oa July 14 14 and 1L good return- Ing until July tl On preMHtatlop of around trip tMUt tront8tPaultoanyp- oilit beyond tiving K value of 5 or- mOre and bf jKfHeat of fifty centi fee eatengkn of liprt will be granted by the joint gentat at Paul to August 21 Particulars ttf B JH Bacon D P A iloooa rtr tt JJJIi t fI 2 1 1 1RISHH 8 SOCIETYDIRECTORYA DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tuesday Evenings of Each Month PresidentThomas J Dolan Vice PresidentTim J Sullivan Recording SecretaryL D Perranrtu Financial SecretaryPeter J Cusick 1911 Bank stree- tTreasurerJohn Mulloy SergeantatArmsohn Killeen SentinelTim Lyons DIVISION 2 Meets on the Second and Fourth Thursday Evenings of Each Month President William T Meehan CampfieldRecorlling KeaneyTrelSurerOwen DIVISION 3 Meets WednesdayEvenings PresidentPatrick T Sullivan CavanaughRecording Financial Secretary N J Sheridan 2018 Lytle street- Treasurer George J Butler- DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fouth Wednesday Evenings of Each Mouth President John Hennessy Vice President Thomas Lynch GroganFinancial LanganTreasurerHarry SergeantatArms Jerry Hallahan Sentinel William Ansbro 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 stree- tTrclSurerMartin Mullen DIVISION 1 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 TreasurerJohn McBarron DIVISION JEFPERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday at Pfaus Hall County President J B Doherty President William Reilly Vice PresidentMike Campbell Recording Secretary Dan Gleason Financial Secretary John Kenney Sr TreasurerMichael Kenne- yIRISHAMERICAN SOCIETY Meets at Hibernian Hall First and Third Thursday Evenings of Each Month FeeneyFirstD Claire Second Vice President MW Murphy Recording Secretary William Lawler Financial SecretaryJoseph Byrne TarpeySergeantJohn Sentinel Timothy Lyons FATHER KEARNEY Very Rev L F Kearney Provincial of the Dominican order was here this week the guest of Rev Bather Logan and the Dominican fathers at St LoUIS Bertrands Father Kearney will preach the sermon upon the occasion of the con secretion of Rev Dr Moeller the newly appointed Bishop of Columbus which will take place at the Cathedral in Cincinnati iCONDITION IMPROVED John OKeefe a wellknown resident of Limerick who suffered the fracture of both arms andsustained internal injuries last Saturday by falling at the umesnil flats on Fourth avenue and whose life was for a time despaired of is reportedrestingeasy at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital where the physicians now feel confident of his ultimate recov ery PROMOTED Pat Sheehans friends were glad to learn this week that he had been promoted to a Captaincy in the fire department- by the Board of Safety He has been a member of the department for many years and has the confidence and respect of his superiors Capt Sheehan has been placed with the No 5 Hook and Ladder Company GOOD BRICK STORY Murphy and McCarthy were rival con tractors and were erecting adjoining buildings Though outwardly friendly secret enmity existed But with his building nearly finished and him short a few hundred brinks this didnt prevent McCarthy asking the loan of enough to complete the job The requestwas curtly denied Mac was iu a deuce of pickle There was a strike ou at the brickyard which was a great distance away and this was a contract job besides the number needed was so small that he dis liked to buy them and Murphy was using the style of brick that went into McClrthysjob Mac was in a great distress and did some deep thinking Fi tally a happy thought came to him A consultation was held with his foreman who quietly passed among the workmen and gave instructions in developenient of Macs great think Presently McCarthy yells up to his foreman in hearing of lurphys bricklayers Casey discharge that man in the red sweater over there in the corn rFor why asks Casey Because hes an A P A says McCarthy Faith Mr McCarthy if you want to discharge every A P A thats up here youll have few men left Murphys men true Irishmen every one pricked up their taraat this startling announce ment which BO filled them with amaze ment and anger tltgt a shower of bricks soon began flying over into McCarthys ttUding To keep up the deception tecs men wade such note tad returned Uj occasional brick When the cruet war pas over McCarthy bad vote than tawagh brick to finish bit jobr jl 7 nq1th7m SJ57II ingTlefra l fend lArotate9ue 6IP Seven experienced teachers each one a specialist in his line Graduates of this college preferred by business houses There are other schools than ours that can offer our faci- litiesJOHN F OERTELBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER 14001404 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE KY SHE IS CRYING Because She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma t- oCHICAGOi ON THE In an ELEGANT PARLOR DINING CARE i H BACON District Passenger Agent Louisville Ky FRANK J AgentCManagerW WllU M DIILANEYSl r a L Seventh and St Catherine WNESLIQUORS AND CIGARS l+ rank heirs Beer always on tap Special attention paid to orders for family use Hot Imneh Day and Night RfAGANS EXCHANGE S W Cor Preston and Market Wines LiquorsI and Cigars Hot Soup and Warm Lunch LOW RATES TO GHAUTAUQUA N1 Y1 AND RETURN July 6th and 27 1900 Round trip tickets will be on sale from all points on the Big Four at very low rates on the above dates Going trip to commence on date of sale Tickets will be good for return trip one month from date of sale Be sure to go via the popular Bio Four Route For information and particulars as to rates tickets limits etc on Agents Big Four Route or address the undersigned S J GATES General Agent Louisville Ky WARREN J LYNCH General Passenger Ticket Agent W P AgentCINCINNBTI BIG FOUR ROUTE TO IndianapolisPeoria CHICAGO MID POINTS IN INDIANA and MICHIGAN BEST TERMINALS UNION DEPOT CornerSeventhSt aad River CITY TICKET OFFICE No m Fourth Ave m j OATEJJ- G ICyVAJUUCN r WM P DEPPE A O PAiCINCINNATI Q tm aesr is rr CHEAPCST E but none full call ALL f ri y ppp J I ROGER mm- II Wines Liquors I And Cigars 1 COOL LAGER ON DRAUGHT ip N W Cor 21st and Portland 1 LOJG Clearys Exch 124 First Street WINES1 LIQUORS CIGARS ONLY BEST BRANDS HOT LUNCH FROM 10 TO 1 Illinois G6ntraI THE FAST LINE T- OMemphis A- NDNew OrleansT- wo Fast Trains Dally M MPHIS A D N W ORlf NS lIMIUD Leaves Louisville 940 p m daily and is a Solid Vestibuled GasLighted Train gCarsArriving Memphis 840 a m and New Orleans 735 p m LouisvilleMemphis Sleeper open for occupancy at 830 p m THE NW ORLEANS SPfClftl arrivingMemphis throughSleepln + Cars On Friday this train carries a Pullman Tourist Sleeping Car from Louis ville to Los Angeles and San Fran cisco California without any change or delay W J McBRIDE City Passenger Ticket Agent 220 KyAIIiaChicagoWm A GA Louisville LOW RATES TO St Paul Minn ON ACCOUNT OF THE Biennial Convention of the National Republican League July 1719 1900 Round trip tickets will be on sale from verylowJuly 14tli 15th and 16th These tickets will be good for continu triptoreturn limit leaving St Paul not I3tmthan July 21st 1000 Be Sure to Go viatbe Popular Bigi Four Route For full information and particular to rates tickets limits eta Call on Ageats Bie Four Routear addraa the undersigned SJ GATES KyWARRENGeneral PnMeug r and ttcketAgent P DH1PPE A a1 ATI Agent 11W1 a CINCINNATI lOi PrW OtvVTiv SRGRED HEARTJ CHURCH PICNICI I II AT RIVERVIEW PARKr Wednesday July 18 Tickets 25 Cen- tsLall Children Under 12 Years Free rI I Fete tor sweet cnarity TO BE GIVEN FOR THE BENEFIT OF Holy Cross Church I At the Residence of Henry Koch Thirtieth and Broadway Tuesday and Wednesday Evenings AXJaTJST 7 AND 8 1900 rICKETS 10 PCS The person cashing the largest number of tickets will be awarded I Gold Watch or r Diamond Ring TAKE PARKLAND CARS ammI Sf I It It H+++ HH ++++ f++++H H tt It It It H H ANNUALOUT1NGTO BE GIVEN BY THE AQUINASUNIONAT FERN GROVE THURSDAY JULY 26 1900 MUSIC BY MORBACHS MILITARY BAND Refreshments served on the grounds Boats leave foot of First street at 830 a m and 130 p m Committee of ArrangementsJohn J Crotty Deunis J Reardon Dave Burke TICKETS act OlSIVTw- M M MMMM H MMHMfrHMMt M t MHMIt M M ItM MH THOROUGH TRAINING BOARD OFTRADE BUILDING I THIRD AND MAIN STS rteLOUISVILLE KY T J WATHEISTS F GRE 11iBAKERY ro I33ghtht StreetA Finest 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 as far as 200 miles Fine Cakes made daily Special prices to churches festivals hotels dealers andeveryday orders Long distance telephone 2144 HHuIURUHftUUHaH5UH I i Sonsiii- I Funeral Directors I I And Embalmers i I MISS KATE SMITH Lady Assistant and Embalmer C I Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Noticeii MOVED TO 700 WEST WALNUT STREET E TELEPHONE 810 I- H4aHHHft H4IHDUHHHftR PARADISE s iI SAMPLE ROOM I y Good Liquors a Specialty Fifteen Ball Pool 5 M J MICKEY PROPRIETOR 0YTelephone 384 248 West Jefferson Street i JOHN IS IIRANU VVALTERS + Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Tttle 2090 + LOUISVILLE KY JgNRV C LAUER TELEPHONE 1140 FINE WINES AND LIQUORS 407 EAST JEFFEMOHST BRAflCHHQUS905WMARkET LIVERY AND BOARDING STABLE I 421 ANI 431 EAST JEFFERSON STREET tJ SVI LLE KY t1- t1 I IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges James Farrell of Ballyfoyle has been elected Chairman of the New Ross Board ofGuardiansWilliam employed on the County Down railway was killed by an engine on the line near Hollywood June 14- The Judge at recent Quarter Sessions in Carlow was presented with white gloves not a single criminal case being on the calendarRight Rev Dr Kelly Bishop of Ross has been elected a representative for Munster on the new Board of Agriculture in Ireland Donegal is one of the best organizedI counties in the ranks of the United Irish League Many new branches are being foundedeach week The death of Mrs E Harrington wife of the editor and proprietor of the Kerry Sentinel Tralee caused deep and wide spread regret in the county At a recent meeting of the Sligo County Council John ODowd and Henry Bren nan wereunanimously elected ChairmanI and Vice Chairman respectively Peter Reilly for many years driver oir the mail car between Ballieborough andI Kells in the County Meath was foundI dead on the road near Ballieborough The Westmeath County Council members have unanimously elected Mr ODonohoe Chairman of the Council for the coming year He lost it last year bone Y vote The death of Thomas Marsh of Eden derry occurred June 13 at an advancedI age Interment was in Mey crstownI cemetery and the funeral numerously attendedBranches of the United Irish League have been founded in Tullamore Clone gowan and Raheen The people of Kings county will fight vigorously forth landI for the people- A farmer named Patrick Delaney offi Tomgarrow County Wexford was foundI dead in his bed lately The deceased who was sixty years of age had sufferedI from no ailment The death of J McDoUgall proprietor of the Galway Express occurred in June He hadbeen in delicate health for some time previous to his demise He wasI eightyone years old At the Gaelic tournament for the Cool toe evicted tenants held recently in New Ross the Mooncoin hurling team scored a victory from the Crosstown team having made five goals to one The Longford Urban Council appointed Joseph Wilson to inquire into the adjust menu between that body and the County Council At the same meeting Joseph Murray was elected Rate Collecter The Leitrim County Council elected Owen McCaun and John ODonnsll1I Chairman and Vice Chairman respect ively They are entering on n second term The election was unanimous Very important branches of the United Irish League have been founded in Bally bay and Carrickmacross and many othe- important parishes are making ready to follow the good example of these places D Lynch a prizewinner at the recent Oireachtas is a member of the Drum condra branch of the Gaelic League There are fifty pupils now studying Irish in the classes Mid they are making great progressOn June 10 a couple of Long ford Nationalists when passing through Clondra were attacked by roughs who availed of the darkness to betray British proclivities which they never avow in daylightMembers of Kilrusu Urban Council at a recent meeting agreed to push forward as niuch as possible the erection of the martyrs monument in the town MessrejJ OMeara Ryan and Mahoney made pat riotic speeches On June 14 Messrs Mahon Bros auc tioneers Ballymore put up for sale the farm of Ballybrennan the property of Mr Morrison The farm contains fifty acres After very spirited bidding it was bought in by Michael Quinn Ballymote While men were working lately at turf cutting in a bog at Fernagh near Omagh they found a human skeleton nine feet from the surface of the bog The skeleton appears to be that of a person of diminutive stature and had been there many years Among the winners of prizes at the great Oireachtas in Dublin lately were James Oliogain and Patrick McCarthy both of KHmihll The former for best collection in Irish of prose and poetry and the latter for the best rendering of an Irishsong A boy named John Colvin of Ballin areen pear Coleraine was accidentally killed by a gate of a field falling on him He had gone out to bring in some cows He was out longer than usual and his sister went to look for him when she found his body underneath the iron gate While James Mernagh of Clonmore was harrowing on his farm he was acci dentally shot bya boy named Car aran The boy was shooting at crows and the aim being faulty part of the shot lodged in Mernaghs hip and the remainder in the horses fhe grains could not be ex tractedThe death of Peter Honan of Kilrush occurred recently and was the cause of general regret Daring life be was a true Irishman tad in 67 took prominent pert He WM ia receipt ol a pension from the United States Government The funeral WM very numerously attended On the coffin lay the flag of Ireland With regret we chronicle the death of ode of the moat popular citiieai in Car rick in the person of PS Dowd mer chant which sad event occurred on June 12 at the early age of UtirtyMvwi Hit funeral to the family burial ground at KiUecumore WM a taatintony of the theldV ln r R fu SUIr Over Ertgllih Woolen nits Store One Door Wett of the Big Store IDEAL DENTISTR- at reasonable prices at th- eMammoth Painless Dental Parlors 436 and 438 W Market Street Superb Crown and Bridgework Etc Rant Gold and Porcelain Crown Best equipped office in the city LOUIS A SHORING D r D r Sr I PROPRIETOR putting the laborers act into operation iiin Carlow No1 rural district Representa lions from laborers have been before the Council for a considerable time and several remained over which had beet lodgedwith the old board These con ditions are causing much trouble to thei workers One of the largest and most represents tive meetings held in Woodford for many years past took place June 17 imme objectIi United Irish League branch Thepeo pie reaffirmed their determination to sup port the organization and they denounced land grabbing On June 12 the remains of Ignatiu- Conway whose death occurred in Dubli Saturday were removed for interment iin Glasnevin cemetery Deceased who attained the twentysixth year of his age was professor of mathematics in St Kierans CollegeKilkenny and subse quently filled a similar position in St Marys College Rathmines At the Strokestown sessions Michael Ma Egan was ordered to find bail fo e good behavior or go to jail for thre months for an alleged intimidatory speech delivered at Strokestown on May G He refused to give bail A second case for hearing is against Richard Corr organ izer United Irish League By giving bail he would simply brand himself a cril11i1alt KtfRecently the subSheriff accompanied by police and bailiffs proceeded to evict a poor man named Hussey near Sneem on the Warden property What makes this eviction specially painful is that herrbed for several months This fact was testified to by two doctors whose certifi cates Hussey holds stating that his wife was unfit for removal Nither the sad condition Qf this afflicted woman nor doctors certificates were of avail The subSheriff had with him Dr Falvey who declared that she was fit to have the eviction carried our On June 18 when the result of the prosecution of Alderman McHugh Mayor of Sligo reached Sligo there was great rejoicing Bonfires blazed on hills in the neighborhood of Ballisodare Col1 looney Catty Ballintogher Dromahair Drumcllffe and other places and the people of Sligo especially celebrated the occasion There were tar barrels burned in the principle streets in Sligo and in front of the Constitutional Club immense crowds collected and cheered for the Mayor of Sligo and the United Irish League while groans were to be heard at the mention of the names of Smith and HewsonAn of a brutal and unjustifiable character was made upon an assistant in the employment of William Shields Belfast on June 12rHc was proceeding from Shields and crossed North Queen street and on his way to Duncairn Gar dens he had the misfortune to pass a bonfire around which was a large gather lug The cry wag raised Theres a Fenian and a rush was made for him He was knocked down and beaten with sticks receiving a nasty wound on one of his hands and a cut on the mouth and injuries to the facePolice in plain clothes were at hand and they came to his assistance beating off the mob Hay ing rescued the young man from his assailants the constabulary escorted him to his destinAtion batmade no arrests- singularA find was wade by some men making excavations on Glabbey rock A short time ago Thomas Donovan received a grant from the corporation construct a road and bridge from the College road to the Western road The work is in progress and it was white on the work of construction that the jfltaovery was made It consisted of a nuumc of human skeletons and a large qtMniygj human bones of all sizes the great p number of which were fast crumblingd whose appearance showed that tljrIUH9t have laid for a long Umelntthe The complete skeletons which uttMpar five are intact They were found at apth of a foot and a half from the swfaaiL and a few Inches under aJyerof dai earth upritu posed 6u a strata oOw4 clay The exact place where they ww found runs from the College road toAYDea Villa at the western end supposed to be the site of the abbey founded Jb J St Fiabart and known a+ the Red Abbto Similar finds have previously Jtoea Jodk in the same locality and as bones ttetrttde from the idea of the embanktWNl It would appear issasidtraM ltJIRQta i Kk HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOeneral- News Notes There are three divisions in Rome New YorkDivision 2 installed its officers Thurs day evening There are none on the sick list of any of the divisions Tim Sullivan saw that each man had ham in abundance Division 3 will install its officers next Wednesday evening James Rogers has missed but nineteen meetings in twentysix years Hibernians will recieve royal treatmept WednesdayYThe officers of Division 4 were installed Wednesday night by County President KeenanReports from Maysville state that there is a revival there new members joining Division 1 Tom Riley and Dave OConnell nearly fainted when Tom Cody tapped the beer Tuesday night The County Board of St Paul Minn ate holding their annual picnic today on the banks of White Bear Lake Reports from Texas are to the effect that the order is enjoying a steady and substantial growth in membership- The members of Division 2 assert that they will make their opponents hustle They are after some good material Division 4 elected two members and re ceived six applications this week She is now going for the third hundred The County Board will hold its final meeting Saturday night July 28 Old and new members should be present Martin Mullen Will McCarthy Jim Dougherty and Bro Donohue will assist in increasing the membership of Divis ion 4 President Hennessy has named Lieut Jerry Hallahan Pat Burke and Edward Rafferty as the Sick Committee for Divis ion 4 A new division is being organized in gratifyingnmembership It hopes to TennesseedDivision 4 has a champion Irish reel and jig dancer in Jerry OKeefe as can be attested by those who witnessed his performance at Jerry OLearys last weekThe next social session will be given by Julyedo more than No 1 did All will be wel come Division 1 has a jewel in John Killeen Effort should be made to capture James Crouen who withMike Tynan and James Furey would make a quartet hard to etjual The Hibernians of Providence R I held their county convention last week Fourteen divisions and four military companies were represented John Dillon was reelected President General meetings are being held by New York Hibernians to make arrange ments for their annual picnic which will take place at Sulzers Park on August 16 This isa function which has been held annually for years There were a number of visitors present at the meeting of Division 4 this week among them President Will Meehan and James Rogers both of whom spoke for the welfare of the division and compli mented President Hennessy and his as sociatesDivision 1 of New Albany will give an excursion to Sugar Grove on Wednesday August 8 The affair is in the hands of Michael C Thornton William OConnor Edward Rafferty Pat Kennedy sod Morris Boland They would like to see their Louisville brethren well represented as all who participate will have a good time LADIES LABOR BUREAU In response to an appeal from Bishop Horstmann a ladies Catholic labor bureau is to be established in Cleveland The object of the bureau is to protect the young and innocent and to reform the fallen and unfortunate It is to be hoped that the bureau will receive the hearty cooperation of employers and employes It is a sad reality that few care in such a way for the young girl thrown upon her own resources as to give loving continu ous effort in her behalf For this reason the work of the ladies labor bureau is necessary and should grow in helpfulness to those young ladles who wish to do right LOW RATES WESTRAILROAD BAROAIN DAYS VIA TilE MONON ROUTE Tickets will be sold by the Motion Route from Louisville Ky to points in Arizona British Columbia Colorado Idaho Iowa Manitoba Minnesota Mon Lana Nebraska New Mexico North Da kota Oregon South Dakota tUah Washington Northern Wisconsin and Vyo ming 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 0 aid 2b and December 4 and 18 limited returning twentyone days Prospecting parties and tourists will be cheerfully furnished with sched ules and further information by addressing Ev H Bacon District Passenger Agent Jtfonpn Route Louisville Ky HALPRATES TO ATLANTA AND RETURN via the Southern railway in condos tion with the Queen Crescent route Double daily through trains July 10 and IT oa account of the Atlanta Battlefield Reunion Tickets good to return until August 11900- July94aad 2b on account of the South ern Epworth League meeting Tickets good to return until Auguat 1 1900 Apply to n Mt acvflilkfaV Southern railway or JJaaiw JtOiwtiU qtotaddress William H T yloe A 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