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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 0 TT 1 V KENTUCKY IISll AMERICAN VOLUBLE VNO 3 LOUISVILLE S URDAY JULY 21 1900 PIICIi FIVE CENTS y THOMAS DAVIS Was One of Irelands Noblest Purest and Most Gifted Patriots Imbued With Fervent Love For ills Country and Her People r Ills Brilliant Career Cut Shbr at Early Ago of Thirty Three FORCE AND BEAUTY OF HIS BALLAD- It Is scarcely necessary to tell any Irishman who is conversant with the his tory and struggles of his native land that Thomas Osborne Davis was one of the noblest purest and most sifted of those who gave their talents honors and lives to the cause of country He was born on the banks of the famed Dlackwater in the South of Ireland about the 1814 and b lived among a race famed for their genial warmth and hospitality He was early imbued as his biographer tells us with a fervent love not for the people only but for the very soil and skies of his native land which gives to his writings both in prose and poetry their chief value and charm His early life does not seem to have given much indication of the genius hUll power latent within him and it was only when the choice minds of the land were sending forth their varied efforts in the cause that Thomas Davis commenced to contribute for the Nation giving to the world those stirring and poetical ballads those grand historical essays those des liberate and powerful arguments in behalf of freedom inspiring and instructing r the young cheering the fainthearted convincing the wavering and skeptic and breathing so much affection for the op pressed land so much admiration for her sons who raised their voices and swords 5inher behalf and so much pride in her former glory and renown as to raise for his memory a fame that will endure for everIt is not possible in this short sketch to give any very extended extracts from his writings or to dwell on the influence which they have exercised in keeping alive the spirit of Irish nationality but we can not refrain from calling attention to a few of his ballads as showing the force beauty simplicity and aim of his writings Here we find trim in praise of his country exclaiming She is a rich and rare land Ohl shes a fresh and fair land She is a dear and fare land This native land of mine Where will you find anything more stirring than Fontenoy Like lions leaping at a fold when mad with hungers pang Right up against the English line the Irish exiles sprang Bright was their steel tis bloody now their guns are filled with gore iiThroughshattered ranks and severed files trampled flags they tore The English strove with desperate ttrength paused staggered ral lied fled The green hillside is malted close with dying and with dead Across the plain and far away passed on that hideous wrack While cavarlier and fantassin dash in upon their track On Fontenoy on Fontenoy like eagles in the sun With bloody plumes the Irish stand the field is fought and wont Then who can forget his genuine love songs when he pours forth in simple and pure but affectionate strains the feelings of the youth of the laud as in the- Welcome Come in the evening or come in the morning Come when youre looked for or come without warning Kisses and welcome youll find here be fore you And the oftener you conic here the more Ill adore you His appeals for unity among his coun trymen are the noblest productions of the time and have found the heartiest rev spouse in the minds of all who deplore the unusual strife that was so llong pre valent lu the land to the great detriment of liberty and true Christian feeling What matter that at different shrines 4Wepray unto one God What matter that at different times Our fathers won this sod la fortune and in name were bound By stronger links than steel And neither can be safe nor sound nut in the others weal it And olalit were a gallant deed To show before mankind How every race and every creed Might be by love combined Might be combined yet not forget The foftntain whence they roe At filled by many a rivulet TheatatelyShannon flows But tie WM not permitted to continue hto brilliant career dying at the lip o- fF ttirltlee f belttbe tiorM had oa seen the Infancy orlid genin Wi rein not better conclude thui abort sketch than bygiv ng a few aeiectiona from an intro duction to Lie works rritten by his early friend and coc rode WtUia p r The rapidity and thrilling power with which from the time that he got full access to the public ear Davis developed his energies as statesman political writer and poet has been well desCrIbedelse where It excited the surprise and admiration even of those who knew him best and won the respect of numbers who from political and personal preju dices had been originally most unwilling to admit his worth So signal a victory over long continued neglect and obsti nate prejudice as he had at length ob tained has never come under my observation and I believe it to be almost unexampled There is no assurance of greatness so Unmistakable as this No sotuntiring no enthusiasm so indomitable as that which slumbers for years un conscious and unsuspected until the character is completely formed and then bursts at once into light and life when comeS of Davis greatnessof a genius which was equal to any emergency which would have been constantly placing itself in new aspects overcoming new difficulties and winning fresh love and honor front his countrymen and from mankind A char acter so rich in promise so full of life and energy of love and hope as his and at the same time so suited for public life is a rarity in history Had he been spared for a few years longer the world would have known this well As it is they must partly take it on trust from those who knew the man For none of his writings either in prose or verse will enable them to know him thoroughly As Indeed the richer and deeper and more vital and versatile a mans character is the poorer fragment of himself will his writings inevitably be 1 Not but that everything Davis has written abounds in admonition and ins struction for Irishmen of every class and for all in any country who have the sympathies and affections of men But from the activity of his public life it was Impossible that he could write with that leisure and deliberate care which the heart and intellect require for finished composition And occordingly none of his works can be taken as adequate expression of his creative power Had he lived and been enabled to shift a portion of his political burden upon other shoul ders I have no doubt but he would have more frequently retired into himself and thus be enabled to give the world the purer fruits of his unencumbered leisure But the weight of his toil cut him off before that leisure cam- eREGRETTED b w f1K Father Rocks Departure for Ireland in Search of Health The announcement of the departure for Ireland next week of Rev Patrick M J Rock assistant rector of the Cathedral of the Assumption will come as a surprise to the hosts of friends of the reverend gentleman in Louisville and throughout the State For some years past he has been in poor health but persisted in the performance of his many arduous duties until warned by his physicians last week that unless he took a much needed and necessary rest serious consequences would result Upon their recommendation he will cross the ocean and visit Ireland in hope of securing the desired change in his present condition Father Rock has been for many years at the Cathedral coming there from St Cecilias in this city and is as able aud popular a priest as there is in the Louis ville diocese He expects to leave before August 1 and there is a universal feeling of regret at his departure How long he will be absent ls indefinite and will de pend upon his restoration to health May his brightest hopes be realized will be the prayer of all who know him both young and old 41 CATHOLIC KNIGHTS Preparations For Their State Convention Next Sep tember Preparations for the coming State convention of the Catholic Knights of America to be held in this city September 11 and 12 are nearly completed The dif ferent committees have been very busy for some time past and everything is moving smoothly The committee pub lishing the Souvenir GuIde Book worked diligently and faithfully and their efforts have been crowned with success The St Cloud Hotel has been designated as headquarters for the convention Louts Haniel prominent in our local branches states that there is a boom all contemplatingjoining 531 Second street as there are Openings in several city branches where pew tem bers win be admitted without paying the usual initiation fee WILL DUFFY DEAD Sincere sorrow was occasihne1by tht unexpected death of Mr William Duffy which pccured at the residence of his fatherinlaw John Spellman 1109 West Jefferson street late Tuesday night A loy ing husband and kind tlhkwithad manytadwho int only twentyeeyen years of AM teut sidle ill for aoroe attic tjine but hit Mends entertained hopes of 1i1s recover toe funeral 1eMceat et St qtWf 1 AQUINAS UNION Annual Outing find Field Da at Fern Grove Next Thursday Most Novel and Interesting Features and Contests Will Create Excitement The Union Was Organized Nine Years Ago by Father 5 ONeill CONTESTANTS FOR HANDSOME PRIZES On account of the inability of the St Louis Bertrands church to give a picnic this year one will be given by the Aquinas Union at Fern Grove on Thursday July 26 The affair has been given careful attention and a great deal of hard work has been done by the members of the Aquinas to insure its success The Committee on Arrangements consists ol Messrs Dennis Reardon Chairman John J Crotty Thomas Muldoou Rich ard Walsh Richard Edelin F McCor mack T J Casey and Charles Walsh The Committee on Amusements con sists of Messrs Dave Burke Chairman James McKiernan H Lancaster IL Crotty William Norton Will OKeefe The Committee on Refreshments con sists of Messrs W P McDonogh Chair man B D Mattingly Lydian Durrett Joseph Nnlly and Dr Prank Meder The Reception Committee is composed of young ladies of the union as fol lows Misses Margaret Reardon Mayme OKeefe Katie Lanuin Nora Ahearn Nellie Maloney Dora Medley The Amusement Committee has secured the services of Prof Morbuchs orchestra and the young people are assured that the dancing will continue from the first boat in the morning until the last boat returns in the evening The Columbia will go up in the morning at 830 fol lowed by the Sunshine at 130 so as to give all an opportunity of enjoying the day with the Aquinas Some of the most novel and interesting features of the season will be sprung on tb l t IJc ypavlc1DlrkeiChairzi1anr the Committee on Games andamong them will be a fat mens race entries to which are at present Edward Curren D Burke J J Bell and Joseph Meehan Also a thin mens race in which John Crotty D Reardon and Thomas Casey will contest against all comers for the glory of the union which has the reputa tion of having among its members some of the liveliest young men in the St Louis Bertrand parish The entrance fee in each contest will be fifty cents which will go toward pay ing for the handsome prizes which have been secured James McKiernan the popular young dry goods man states that he will have a walk over in the midget raceDr C F Melton is hard at work on his ball team which he thinks will be a sure winner in the contest to take place upon the arrival of the second boat Another exciting contest will be be tween William Hendricks the popular young dentist who is the champion of the Dental College and John Barry ex champion of Bryant Strattons The ladies are taking much interest in this contest as both gentlemen are great favorites with the fair sex and a number of boxes of candy have been staked on eventMessrs Thomas Muldoon Martin Hib bitts William Connelly and John Mc Namara will contest in the long distance throwing of a sixteenpound hammer The youngsters will be taken care of by sack races foot races pie eating con test shoe lacing contest and with an egg race and potato race among the girls Of course the Flying Dutchman wheel of fortune race horses etc will furnish excitement and pleasure for both young and old- Refreshments will be served at city pricesAll children of the parish who have been attending Sundayschool have been presented with tickets by the Aquinas Union others will be charged ten cents eachRefreshments will be served on the grounds and Dave Burke is authority for the statement that good coffee will be a feature as the lady members of the Aquinas Union have a reputation as makers of good coffee The picnic is given for the benefit of the Aquinas Union whose work is well known throughout the city and State The union was founded in 1892 by the Rev Father ONiell who is now in Call fornia Its aim and objects are the social and intellectual advancement of the young ladles and gentlemen of St Louis Bertrams parish particularly hut its membership included many af thee best known Catholic gentlemen throughout the city Son of the best lectures ever heard here have been delivered before the Aquinaa Unimii admit is the intention of the Literary Committee to give Its rt gnlarl series of lectures and entertain memo during the fall The oaken toy Qie present year are PreeUkntTJ Crotty McMootiTreeaitrer Secretary W P McDoncgh- Uhnufe MiM Xajgant JUario a t I sited by FcCormack Miss Dora Med I Iley Marshalvkl Burke The unloll commodious quarters in the school Mlding attached to St Louis Dertrat11s ch where they have p11 sorts of afcMfctnents for the gentlemen and entertaJij eat for the ladies The library of fI aTftJT quiuas Is second to none iIin the city MKts composed cf works of Il the bestknovMJwriters ot fiction history and theologyI INSTALLED President John Cavanaufeh Appoints Important oimmltteos Division 3fotilie Ancient Order of Hi bernians had nee of the largest and most interesting meetings Wednesday night 1 w PRESIDENT CAVANAGH held for some time many coming to wit ness the installation of the new President John Cavanaugh Two applications for membership were received and several more were promised for the next meet ing t The most important business transacted was the installation of the new officers which was ably conducted by County President Keenan after which John Cavanaugh NJ Sheridan and Phil Cavanaughwere elected delegates to the Catholic Union tPresident Cavanaugh named the fol- lowrngstandingcarnsirltees for the en suingycar IIIJ PinauceJamesColemanirP T Sulli van Thomas Kennedy SickThomas Noone James McCue Phil Cavanaugh Employment W B Dougherty Pat rick Nelligan Patrick Holly literary Michael Hoban Joseph P Taylor D J Coleman Retiring President Sullivan made an excellent speech to the members urging them to assFt his successor Business of interest to every member will conic before the next meeting dud a large at tendance is urge- dDIGNANS VICTORY Secures a Big Contract For Coal For the City Schools John J Dignanthe popular General Agent for the Louisville Nashville Railroad Company has secured a decided victory over the Pittsburg coal combine During the past week be was awarded the contract by the School Board for 1 0000 J bushels of coal for the city schools Hfs Jellico coal is pronounced by many to be superior to the article shipped to this market by the trust and the children are thus assured of warmth and comfort during the winter months Mr Dignan has been with the L N for over twentyone years null during that time has been very successful He now supplies all the coal burned by the majority of our largest factories business houses and charitable institutions This was his second attempt to secure this contract and his friends are glad that he was successful each time believing with him that home institutions should give preference to home products This act of the School Beard was well received on both sides To our reporter he stated that there was no immediate prospectof an advance in prices but those are wise who place their orders now MEET MONDAY MONT There will be a general meeting of representatives Catholics of all the congre gations of the city at St Francis Hall Monday night to Make further arrange ments for the grand blur and fair for the benefit of the Sifters of Mercy which will be held this fall the proceeds of which will go tow sd the erection of a new home for tbleUnd of noble women FINANCE INCREASING The regular Hwcjing of the Irish American Society tkwaday night was well attended IhfiUentCharlea eeney presided and qrili ani Amount dbuM new wu tranMMte U Gal Katie for the Entertainment vCtxpuUitee reported all bills paid and a bftttwme surplus ready to be placed ialft breaanry The qbaited frtok Secretry Jtie tlIrt1etiouPthereaoWM t tea lluring i materially i XtSmtiimM far this rear tolivef i Martat of wJIioI psowiMs to be a FROM ROME 1 Rev Fathers Walsh and Hayes Given Audience by Pope Leo XIII Rumor Has it That They May Receive Ecclesiastical Honors With Pleasure and Delight Will They Bo Greeted Thus Elevated SACRED HEART CHURCH OUTING Editor Kentucky Irish American The many friends of Rev Fathers Walsh and Hayes of this diocese will be pleased to learn that they are not only well but enjoying a very pleasant inter eating and profitable visit on the Conti nent To the credit of both it must be added that they are fully equipped with minds well stored from youth with classic lore historical knowledge varied attain ments and profound erudition to appre dateRome and environments ancient and modern pagan and Christian So that to them Rome is not only interest ing and sacred by its saints and martyrs its catacombs its temples and altars its institutions sad schools its Propaganda and unbroken line of Pontiffs from St Peter to its present gloriously reigning Pontiff Leo XIII but far beyond the dawn of Christianity its history as revealed by Horace Virgill Cicero Sallust and Caesar and such immortal authors its Colliseum and amphitheater up to its very foundation by the reputed twin brothers Castar and Pollux is to the classic student as it were an open book of the most vital interest- A very much appreciated letter along the lines above indicated which Marion Crawford might hot disdain to acknowl edge as his own was recently received from Father Hayes by a frienatio may be induced later on to give it in full to the readers of the Kentucky Irish Amer can Owing to the native modestyand retiring disposition of Father Hayes it is withheld for the present awaiting hi- sIerrieai oIiJitirptwtt tion Though nothing is more foreign to the wish or ambition of these two reverend gentlemen than ecclesiastical honors or preferments yet it could not be otherwise viewed than as a Providen tial stroke of good fortune should either return as Coadjutor to the Diocese of Louisville The day upon which au thentic announcement was made of such glad tidings would deservedly be held as one of special benediction and Providential guardianship marking an epoch of prosperity and an era of peace and tran quilityWhen rUnior haft it that the name of Father Hayes had been sent to Rome as dignis unum it elicited no unmistakable thrillings responsive applause from clergy and laity for the irremovable rector of St Josephs of Bowling Green enjoys the unique distinction perhaps of having no enemies but his friends are legion nor need the search for a cause be long and labored He is kind by na ture and gentle In disposition whose piety education and oratorical powers are far above the average whose execu tive ability and sound practical judg ment have made him a success in every charge It might therefore be readily deduced that one sO eminently qualified would do justice to his office and shed luster on the episcopacy Before leaving Bowling Green June 1 he was presented with a substantial purse for the necessary expenses of the trip All his movements since have been characteristic of the man open as a booknothing hidden secret or mysterious but were watched with keen interest and prayerful solici tude With unfeigned pleasure and unmistakable evidences of delight will the return of the two revereHd gentlemen be greeted not only by their devoted flocks but by the priests of the diocese who would joyfully greet either of them re turning even burdened by the duties of the episcopacy U On last Wednesday the Sacred Heart congregation gave a most enjoyable or deny arid successful picnic at Rvvervlew for which Father Walsh had made due preparation before his departure for Europe The efforts and enthusiasm which pervaded the various committees were evidently directed to show their esteem lot their absent pastor so as to merit his words tift commendation and praise on his return All the congregations of the city from Crescent Hill to Portland were welt represented by the best arid Uost Influential Catholics so that the 6000 or 8000 persons preset welt evidence in itself to the worth end esteem of Father Walsh No little credit Is due Father Erasmus C P who is taking the place ef Father Walsh in directing and seconding the efforts of the various cettHnitteeB Among other clergy titan whose preMenee lent a tone Cud strength morally and financially to such enterfiritea were Noticed Fathers Felix 1CprilyVatdC1 DaielJ1 Rafap- Rack lMclherry Cunningham Kaikhil Irroharid WilliamcFatfcen Walsh and Hftyea batenow iu Piria had an audience with the 11UN16IOwing to the greet age reel sequent infirmities and the great num ber of visitors to Rome this year it is ia more than ordinary privillage to obtain an audience with the Holy Father It JIs expected that after a stay in Ireland of some weeks with their parents and relatives Fathers Walsh and Hayes will rev turn here early in September to assume their customary duties The net receipts will reach between 1200 and 1500 The picnic owes its great success to the Indefatigable efforts and unceasing labors of the gentlemen comprising the Executive Committee and following ladies Mesdames Marcus Doers hoefer Thomas Tarpey Thomas Ryan Frank Tighe Joe Nevin J J Hensley MCIGoernClaire John Ryan and John Flynn who were assisted by the young ladies of the congregationMiss Diguau was awarded the prize offered by Father Walsh to the per son selling the largest number of tickets her nearest competitor being Will Soden who congratulated her most heartily on her victory MASSIVE AND IMPOSING Most Wonderful Church In the United States Nearing Completion In Indiana You could take almost any church in Indianapolis or Detroit you could take almost any church in New Yorkand put it down inside of St Josephs the mighty structure which is being built in Jasper a tiny village in Dubois county Ind St Josephs is a mediaeval church erected in the latter half of the nineteenth century It is a part of the daily life of its people and has grown with their growth for more than thirty years Tower and turret and thick old wall it is rich in the memory of sacrifice beauti ful with patient loving toil Father Fidelis Maute began the work in 1868 liMy children he said we will build a church that will stand a thousand years Some of us will never live to see it fin ished but we will have done our part if we work well from the beginning So the parishioners began hauling stone until the churchyard looked more like a quarry Surely thats stone enough they said But Father Maute shook his head and smiled After the mediaeval manner be was the architect of the work Thick and solid they Tdhl the foundation I th- egrewoeilcwas nc tvhentherbid finished just half the basement walls Then the farmers began hauling more stone They kept on hauling stone for twenty years until their backs were bowed with the weight of it There is materialenough in the walls to build a horsehigh bullstrong and pigtight fence around a city of 20000 people The roof is upborne by massive timbers hewn from the finest hardwood trees of Indiana squared carved and exposed to view From the eaves which are sixty seven feet above the ground they soar away up to a gable over one hundred feet high which is surmounted by a tower twice as high where an eightton bell calls the children of the church to wor ship in the house their hands and their fathers hands have made Ten miles away the message can be heard upon a favorable breeze And in all the region around there is scarcely a man or woman or child who does not reverently bow when the Angelus is sounded from its great bronze throat The church is still unfinished though in such shape that it can be used There are stainedglass windows of considerable cost and an altar that cost 10000 with side altars at 0000 Already 80000 has been spent between 25000 and 50000 must follow before it is finished in 1005 But these figures convey no idea of the real cost of the building Nor do its dimensions though it is close upon 200 feet long aud ninety wide What it has cost in human labor at its market rates and in contributed material can never be known Father Maute died long ago as have most of the men who began the church with him But there are 3000 in the congregation now And they just fill the church HEARD FROM Rick Quinn and Will Laffey Having Good Time In Ireland Letters received here this week from County Galway Ireland state that Rick Quinn and Officer William Laffey who crossed the ocean five weeks ago are having a rollicking time They had a fine voyage the weather being pleasant and neither bothered with seasickness There were 1600 people on board all of whom seemed to be out for a good time and all the pleasure obtainable The Fourth of July was observed in Ireland by cannonading and other cele brations similar to those witnessed here Officer Laffey writes that his native town Bally Giants has been depopulated to uch an extent by immigration that it eminda him of Goldsmiths Deserted Village Both gentlemen found their relatives Well Officer LKey expects to arrive home about August 188 will alto Mr Quinn unlearn ltd decider lo rlWait Ibe Paris Bxpodtioa Hibernianl thouM not forget the meet ngot DlvWon 4 next Wednesday bftit- Tbe7 are all invited to partake ol thf hospitality of the men tarn Limerick 1 IMPERIALISM The Troubles of Groat Britain Arc Now Mttltiplyhig Very FnstI May Load the Government to Dissolve Parliament inOctober The Jingo Press Offering FrCsh Insults to the Great Powers It BOERS ARE FAR FROM DEFEATED Late press dispatches from London state that the Salisbury Government is again credited with a determination to dissolve ParliamcJt in October This resolution is intelligible for every day the products of the jingo imperialistic policy are more damaging The South African delegates aver that the war will last two years longer and that there never will be real peace if the independence of the republics is destroyed Gen Bothas success within eighteen miles of Pretoria and the news ofother British Generals acting on the defensive combined with Milners warn ing that immigration to the Transvaal is impossible for a year after the tennnaj tion of the war demonstrate howyC Roberts is from conquest much less fro pacificationIn Col Willcocks is trying to bribe the revolted tribes into submission as the strained condition of British military resources will not permit the dispatch of an expedition In India added to the horrors of famine and pestilence the Afridis have grown increasingly troublesome It is suspect ed that the Atnee of Afghanistan is fo menting a rebellion in the interest of Russia As if this were not enough the jingos in the press arc pursuing a campaign of insulting provocation against nearly every continental nation reekessly in citing public feeling already in an in n flatumatory condition against neighbor jngIP p NoJelJ spad or injure the Paris Exhibition pmt to prevent English visitors from going there Germany is assailed as being the originator of the Chinese rebellion and acv cused of not taking a proper share of the burden of its suppression Russia is per sistently accused of preventing Japan from giving timely aid to the legations and the most horrible brutalities are be ing charged against the Russian soldiers OKEEFE MEAGHER Pretty Wedding to Be Solemnized Early in August As pretty a wedding as will take place this summer will be that of Miss Mary Meagher and Patrick OKeefe which will be solemnized St Louis Bertrands church early in August The brideelect is the charming niece of Dennis Meagher the Seventhstreet grocer and Is very popular in Limerick where she is ad mired bya wide circle of friends for her amiable disposition and many pleasing traits of character Miss Anna Meagher the pretty cousin of the bride will be the maid of honor Mr OKeefe who holds the position of City Gasoline Inspector is the son of Mrs Hannah OKeefe 143j Seventh street and is among the best known and most highly respected young IrishAmericans residing in the southernss part of the city The ushers selected are Edward J Deeley and Edward J Cassin This announcement will come as a pleas ant surprise to the host of friends of the contracting party OTOOLE PETERSON Their many friends in Louisville were this week pleasantly surprised by the an nouncement of the marriage of James OToole and Miss Mattie Peterson which took place at St Augustines church In i Jeffersonville Saturday evening Rev Father OConnell performing the cere mony The bride is the daughter of J B Peterson of 818 Sixteenth street and a wellknown and attractive young lady of the West End Her husband has been a popular machinist with the Louisville Southern railroad andstands very high with his many friepds and acquaintances The young couple have long been sweet hearts but while there was no objection 16 their union they favored what they considered the romantic and confided the secret only to the close relatives who accompanied them They will return next week from Cincinnati where they are spending their honeymoon aril inn nediately go to housekeeping in Port land- FOR a LABOR PAY The regular monthly meeting off the Central Labor Union next Sunday should c he one of the largest and inset interesting DiF the sums M several more union will be added awl the Labor Day Com litlee will mabe its report and complete J n rangemcnU for+ tha great parade Grievance Committee will air Iveral1 matters referred to- the put two mouths E T v tt s M iiTLJ6KY IRISH flMERIGflN s 111III11111111111111 voted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans VWIXXyIAJVt JM HIGGINS Pxabllwlrxox It SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY SC Rxtered at the Louisville Postoftlce as ScetottdClass Matter AMI era a1l Communications to tile KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 West Qreen Street LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY JULY 21 19001 MUST BE PAID A The courts within the past two weeks have four times decided against the city which has been following City Attorney Stones advice in striving to economize i I Thus far the cityon the police i has to pay full time to the police I laid off last January as well as full salary to Captains and others re duced at that time All extra police which the Council as ad vised by the City Attorney have persistently refused to pay must be paid Judge Toney in his last de cision says the Council has no auk thority to decide the number of em ployes of the Executive Boards o fix their salary yet the Council which has reelected Col Stone as City Attorney for another four years keeps right along and iis now seeking to limit the number of foremen and fix their pay under the Board of Public Works It Lms as if the Council is more antiadministration than repre sentative of the people guided more by schemes of politicians with designs on the next city election than by law and withall their professions of economy have no regard for the cost A preceding Council pursued that course defying court decisions until brought ufc for contempt had to rescind their action to avoid go ing to jail economized till they disgusted everybody and were sent up Salt river at the next election j i f e cil seem to be directing the present Council with the prospect of bring ing about a like result That policy however will not elect the next Mayor of Louisville any more than it did the last time DOING HER PART The CourierJournal Angloman iac links America with England Jn I the Chinese issue Russia France and Germany allied disposed to cutoff from British Japanese and American policy says he The American policy has been frankly stated to the world embodied in the orders to naval and military com manders and is simply to cooperate with any or all powers to protect the lives property and in terests of all foreigners accorded under treaty and that policy is being earnestly carried out the American marines and troops being i fightingithus far side by side with the Russian German French and Jap aneseand where are the English except a few marines What is the British policy anyhow Eng land has done nothing but suggest object and sulk even though her officials and subjects were being besieged and murdered except where saved by the marines and soldiers of other nations Englands Ja1 e tsuggestion is for a Provisional Government of China with the capital at Canton in the English sphere of influence to which of course no Governmentnot even the United Stateswill agree But Englands suggestions are not heeded The other Governments are sending additional troops and acting in unison to repel the Chi ue e assaultsand evince no intention of stopping till order is restored and the lives and property of their peo ple aref Tlrfe policy will be settled afterward In the mean tilue the United States is fully doing jifr part with the other pow ers gtuuiug their friendship and praise much to the chagrin of the British win with their dilatory olicv stand alone has to be killed iin Louisville to induce enforcement of the law It is against the law tc discharge firearms airguns gum shooters and the like in the city limits Residents of the have been annoyed year after yea by the promiscuous violation of the law in this respect by the small boy too young to know the danger thereof firing away into premises breaking windows and endangering life and limb Complaints to the police were of no avaih On Tues day there happened what has been liable to occur for some time a nineyearold boy carelessly dis charged a flobert rifle the ball striking a man back of the ear kill havingrbeen Sacrificed theBoard of Safety before night did what they should have done long ago issued an or der calling attention to the law and directing the police to rigidly en force if and promptly arrest all violators The Chinese question now absorb public attention as gives a good excuse for silence of the Eng lish cable on the Boer war It is certain however there have been no British successes to report or they would be published especially as the last news was a Boer victory that drove Lord Roberts troops into Pretoria cut off communica tion with Buller and menaced com munication with Cape Tory Things may have been rfSetall right in Africabt ngland has notet sent 11erpromtseflt- roops i loooo to China to protect or rather rescue her officials and subjects from the murderous Boxers though all other Governments even the United States have forwarded troops who thus far have done all the fighting and checked the Chinese revolt giving the only protection to foreigners England is either unable or unwilling to do anything hence her continuous suggestions and objections about concerted ac tion of the powers always with England in the lead delaying ag gressive action In the meantime foreigners are being murdered their property destroyed and their interests sacrificed The St Louis street railway strike has at last been referred to arbitrationthat is if the company does not again back out It is probable that some kind of a settlement will be arrived at as the con flict has reached that stage where some one of the companys subordi nate officials can be made scape goats to bear the blame of the broken pledges arbitrary acts and injustice that cause and perpetuated the troubls till the general public condemn the company and legal proceedings are instituted involving its existence and franchises The Transit Company a combination of several cbmpaniesris a corpora tion of doubtful legality at best if it is not in violation of law The bringing of this suit very likely had some influence in inducing the company to consent to arbitration especially as it did so on the advice of its attorney as the company has positively refused that proposition heretofore Judge Toneys decision on the gas question is a victory as well as a defeat for both parties The Louisville Gas Company js sustain edin its exclusive privilege to fur nish illuminating gas but denied an exclusive privilege to furnish gas for any other purpose the Heating Cowpony fc flenwd the tight to furnish gas for illumina tiod but sustained 11 ita right to furnish natural or even manufac V tured gas for any other purpose The Heating Company though en joined from furnishing illuminating gas seems to have the best of it and its stock has advanced in value The case goes to the Court of Ap peals but these main features of Judge Toneys decision are likely to stand though he may be re versed on some of the details If the report is true that the Chinese have invaded Russian ter ritory attacked Russian troops and burned a town Russia will squelch the Chinese revolt without await0 ing an agreement of the powers as whooshall lead Russia has the troops and the railway to promptly bring shesEnglandsrsuggestions and should the Bear make that move he will have the cooperation of all the other powers whether England likes it or not The Loins roar is not dreaded as it used to be Hon Hugh OConnor has been nominated for Congress by the Re publicans in the Third Indiana dis trict He will prove a popular candidate and will give the Demo crats the hardest fight they have had for many years The Democratic party has se lected Gov Beckham as its stand ard bearer in the coming Guber natorial race He is a young man possessed of ability and integrity His friends feel confident of his election Hon John Yerkes the Repub lican nominee for Governor is the strongest candidate that party could have put forth It will require a united and solid Democratic front to encompass his defeat Nothing definite has been learned this week as to the movements and mission of Monsignor Gambn reports appearing in the daily Allathat is positively known is that he is in Rome r DEEIGHTED if Were Young Girls With Outing Given Them by Rev Father Raffo Fortyfour girls members df the Young Ladies Sodality of St Charles Borro meos church were treated to a delight ful outing by Rev Father Raffo last Tuesday The day was spent at the country residence ofa Mr and Mrs John Kellyon the Cane Run road and nothing was omitted that would add to the pleas ure of the occasion The entire company were treated to a bounteous repast and spent the day in various amusements Tile party was chaperoned by Mrs John M ONeill Mrs John Coleman and Mrs Dan J Kane Before leaving for home Mrs John M ONeill iu a neat and eloquent speech thanked Father Raffo and Mrs Kelly for their generous treatment of the young ladies Her remarks created considerable enthusiasm The reverend clergyman made a happy response promising the girls a repetition of the enjq table occasion each succeeding year HAPPY EUCHRE The Cenral Committee of the Catholic Knights entertained their friends at Fountain Perry Park on Thursday night of last week with a euchre and musical party The weather was delightful the music charming and everybody left sat isfied and happy This was the second of a series to be given by the Catholic Knights during the season The first prize a handsome life size portrait of the winner by Michael Reichert the well known artist was captured by Miss Lizzie Gordon 1167 Sixth street The other prize winners were Mrs C A Hollen bach large jardiniere Miss Mamie Burke silver butter knife Miss Dollie Rush ornamental parlor center table J Schneider gents silk umbrella J P Lundgren handsome flower vase Lawrence J Veeneman ornamental china giltflowerCATHOLIC UNION MEETING The representatives of the various or ganizations forming the Catholic Union will meet tomorrow afternoon at Satolli Hall Second street Since the last ses sion several snore societies have decided to officiate and their delegates wilt be present Besides the election of permanent officers several importanti matters are expected to be presented The meeting promises to be a most interesting one MACKINS DeLEOATES Mackin Council at its meeting this week elected James Shelley and George Lotz delegates to the convention of the Kentucky jurisdiction of the Young Mens ItMtitttte which will be hldia Loins rills in September Robert L FUker and WiiiaarKerberg Were chosen alter nate Bigot delegates were also elected to the Catholic Union which meets tomorrow afternoon y SOCIETY iiiJ Miss Mflzte Camp is with friends in IeltcbfieldA1ft fMiss Birdie Young is visiting friends iin ratParisMiss Susan Jones is tiercxfront New port Ark visiting friends Miss Mayme Hardin iJvisUing Mrs Edward Warren in Portland1 Miss Meta Riley left Monday for a ten days visit to Grayson Springs Mrs Joseph J Dunn spent the week yisUing her parents in Madison Ind Miss Ella Maury has been visiting her aunt Mrs Kimbrough in Owiugsvillc Miss Clara Miller of Madison Ind is in the city visiting Mrs Robert Goddard J H Sullivan left last week for West Baden where he will enjoy a season of restMiss Nell Gardner was this week the guest of Miss Virginia Sawyer in Owens boro H Miss Julia Tobin of Net Albany spent Sunday with her sisters on St Catherine street Mike Fleming is visiting his parents in Jeffersonville after an absence of eight ii- t years Miss Sara Rodgers made many friends in Shelbyville while visiting Miss Mary Vancestt Mrs Will Weber of Cincinnati is here visiting Mrs Patrick Raidy and Mrs Huber v v Miss Janie Barnes is home again from St Louis where she lies been visiting friends v John M Schoeu was this week spend- Ing his annual vacation at West Baden Springs Lawrence and Bernard Hackett are home after a wecksvisit with friends at Fairfield Miss Virgie Fleenor has returned from a delightful visit with relatives in Bowl GreenMiss Kavauaiigh has returned from a twoweeks visit with friends in Corydon Ind Misses Eleanor Simpson and Mary Bowles were the guests of Miss Froman in Taylorsville j 1 Mr3rFrank McKc nan has returned from Adairville where she spent a week visiting her parents Miss Katie Hftkeyls one ofa party from this city ending the summer at 1 V 4 fJ SocietyI folks ViiittVrn6ut in jlarge numbers at the lawn fete to be given for the Holy Cross church Mrs James Callahanjaud daughter left Tuesday for Waukesha where they will remain until September Miss Mary Phelps left Tuesday for Bardstown to join a house party given by Miss Norma Carpenter Will Harris formerly a popular resi dent of Evansville has accepted aposition at Buschemeyers drug store Miss Charlotte Parsons spent a very pleasant week as the guest of Miss Alice Henderson in Madison Ind Miss Fay Duffy prominent in Jeffer sonville social circles was this week the guest of friends in Cincinnati Miss Susan Fleming is home from Georgetown where shr had a delightfnl visit with the family of Mr Peak Superintendent Birch of the Louisville Stockyards has arrived home from a weeks stay at West Baden Springs Mr and Mrs Thomas J Griffin have gone to Frankfort where Mrs Griffin will spend the summer with friends Mrs Johanna McGnire of 620 East Fifth street New Albany spent a pleas ant week with relatives in Lafayette Misses Celia and Margaret Gill of Car rollton are here visiting relatives with whom they will remain another week Miss Olivia Richardson who has been visiting her cousin Miss Olivia Stuart iu Owensboro was expected home today Miss Katie Smith who has been visiting relatives in Leitchfield spent the past week with friends in Hansbrough w Miss Anna Walkerwas handsomely entertained by the Misses Hill in Hen derson with whom she has been visiting lMrs John Kane of Huatingburg Ind with her three children is the guest of her sister Mrs R E Fleming West Oak street Miss Mayme Council a popular New Albany girl is expected home today from Indianapolis where she MS been visiting friends Miss Hattie Mullen left Wednesday for Lexington where she will spend some time visiting her siMc Mrs William Herbold Miss Antonia Lindky ofTerre Haute was this week the wraiBg guest of Miss Battle McGrths6 t Spring street New Albany 2iMrs Mary McCroq all her two pretty iiUrs MiMC Ada aM4 Pearl Garretty left Sunday to ipimifjjaaylc of nroatln tat Jersey JP rkt I Next week Joltt L Mdoney the Well known buyer whit the tai rtr pry Goods Company will U wjj Springfield to wt fete will attmite who are spending the heated term at their sutn rout residence at that place where they have as guests a number of friends from this city John A Kavanaugh a former resident of this city but now with the American Press Company of New York City iis here visiting friends Miss Hettie Connell West Seventh street New Albany spent the past ten days as the guest of her aunt Mrs Mich nel Henley at Muncie Miss Stella gallon a popular young lady of the East End is in Covington where she will remain for severalweeks with Mrs Donnelly Misses Margaret Kate and Annie Con nors three popular Jeffersonville girls are spending the summer months with friends in Saunders Ky Mrs Mary Laven West Chestnut street had as her guest this week her daughter Mrs M W Mullen whose home is at Parkersburg W Va Edward Toomeys friends have been consoling him lately by repeating the old proverb There are as good fish in the sea ashave ever been caught Mrs J M McCully and son Master John of St Louis will arrive next week to visit Mrs Charles J Cronan wife of the wellknown Zane street druggist John and Harry Crotty left last Tues day on a trip to Cincinnati Front there after a stay of several days they will proceed to West Baden for another short sojourn Col John Moran the popular Superin teudent of the Louisville Packing Com pany was among the Louisvillians so journing at West Baden during the past ten days Mark Ryan the popular Circuit Court Deputy Clerk is now enjoying his annual threeweeks vacation Before its expira tion he will visit friends in Cincinnati and Chicago Misses Carrie and Bessie McMackiu and Miss Eleanor Simpson enjoyed a de lightful visit with Miss Stella McMackin near Shelbyville who gave a reception in their honor Edward Pope and sister Miss Flora leave Monday for Springfield where they go to join a house party that will spend a month at the pleasant summer home of Mr and Mrs John J Maloncy Among the clergymen visiting West Baden Springs this week+was Rev Father Logan of St Louis Bertrands Fathers Splinter and Keaney the wellknown Dominican missionaries were also there Mrs Mamie Brennau of Washington Is here visiting her sister Mrs Johu Finnegan who was quite seriously ill atI her residence at the Water Works Tune friends of the latter will be glad to learn that hercondition is rapidly improving aMss MargaretSullivan of Breckinr ridge street has arrived home from Frankfort where she was the guest of her cousin Miss Jennie Sullivan She is a pretty and attractive young lady and has a host of admirers in the Capital City Mr David S Garrick has returned from New York where lie has been play ing with the summer theatrical company at Madison Square Garden with which he made a decided hit He will probably return in September to joiifone of the Frohman companies Mr Garrick is an actor of great ability and it is the wish of his many friends to see him at the head of a company of his owns The marriage of August Dralle and Miss Dorothy Lox was solemnized with nuptial mass at St Boniface church Tuesday morning The ceremony was the most brilliant witnessed at that church for a long time The bride is one of the most popular young ladies in the East End and the groom a member of the drug firm of Lex Dralle After the services at the church the bridal party were entertained at the residence of the brides parents 733 East Washington street They have gone to housekeeping at Twentieth and Market THEIR NEW HOME Mr and Mrs John J Flynn have just moved into their new residence 426 Twentysixth street which has been pronounced by many one of the cosiest and most modern homes in the city One of its very attractive features is the work by Michael J McNerney the wellknown Eighthstreet plumber The electric and gas fixtures water works and plumbing are most artistic and perfect a marvel of the plumbers art and already have resulted in his being awarded several large contracts Mr Flynn is a promi nent Knights of Columbus connected with the First National Bank whose many friends are delighted to see huh BO happily situated ST ALOYSIUS CHURCH PICNIC The St Aloysius Society met Sunday in tl1l schoolhouse to make the necessary arrangements for a grand picnic to be given at 1phoenix Hill Park on Mon day August 20 John Holland who will direct the inanangement will be ably assisted by Max Traut Jacob Wagen darter Dr F S Clark John Welch Sr Charles Kelty Martin Minogue and James OConnell Charles Kelty who had attended the meeting of the ladles of the congregation stated that the women young and old were taking lively Interest in the picnic for which weekly meetings will now be held ABLE PAPER READ Dr William B Dougherty of this city read one of the ablest papers presented lit the twentyseventh annual meeting of the Mitchell District Medical Society which WM held at the West Bad n Opera House on Thursday Hud Friday of last wick The popular Louisville physician Is regarded U one of the most eminent flea in the ptcfasioa 0 Y Your Teeth If they need attention there is no better place have them fixed than at t- heLouisville toII Dental Parlors II 544 ST 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Irish News Church News Society News 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 This will result in great benefit to our advertisers who should remember the factc t that it has t- heCENTRALS Official Indorsement of the LABOR UNION And the Representatives of the Trades Unions of Louisville o- fi y THO SUDS6rlDtion rr166 IS ONLY 1PER YEAR Invariably in advance and for this small sum ye 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 r liberal and honest publicationone that may be relied upon for its every word SUBSCRIBE NOW zt z z z Advertisersi Will serve their interests best by sending in their copy as early in the week as possible They will find that advertisementsplaced in this paper will be productive of the best results1 as it now has a very large circulation among the best class of our citizens I t z x X Address all Correspondence and Business Communication to the KENTIIGKYK IRISHij AMERI6NM 3 6W 8TGRfN8IRf1 c n I enMwN sfiAaitnpnsknaesMinanMnMnNnMMnInM i CHAFFNA M MA MMhMdf M MI M IMItM INt hwiM Archbishop Chapelle to whom it will be remembered was delegated the adjudi cation of the dispute between the relig ious orders and the civil authorities in the Philippines has during the past six months examined every point bearing on the matter before the Holy Father It is to be hoped that a fair understanding will be reached and existing troubles smoothed away But few prelates in the church are said to be better able to effect a wise settlement of this matter than Archbishop Chapelle Dr Fred Zcigler of the Hygienic Institute of Wurteraburg University Ger many has found that by passing a current of electricity through a tooth he can stop pain and kill the poisonous microbes that cause ulceration and detetroy the teeth Electricity can be likened to fire in a good many ways It is the little darting rays or tongues of electricity that strike at the microbes that are hurting the nerve paralyzing or lulling it into insensibility When the pain is gone the dentist can do anything to the tooth without the patients suffering whether it be to draw or to fill it If found feasi ble enough to be generally adopted this new use for electricity will be far from unimportant The capture last week in Long Island sound of a huge turtle weighing 1000 pounds was a feature of that place He is ten feet long and instead of being flat like other turtles he is high and round His back is black and covered with quills six inches long like those of a porcupine Its feet are finlike and the head is as large as that of a man The eyes are small and keen It was caught on Thurs day in the open sea after a terrific fight with a dozen sailors It took four hours to capture him The monster is to be stuffed and sent to the museuni as no similar turtle can be found or seems ever to have been known to students of natural historyA Cesar Lombroso the Italian alienist declares that Columbus was insane He advances five reasons for coming to this conclusion Had Columbus been an in tense atheist or a distinguished infidel such as these latter times have produced his greatness would not have been ques tioned by Lombroso whose own sanity can well be doubted for advancing such illtimed and ridiculous assertions Beautiful designs in lithographic and more modest wood cuts are already out to show us that the graceful long skirts now worn will be followed this fall and winter by the sensible walking length in ladies dress s The present long skirt will be done away with and the begin ning of the old century 1800 will also be the beginning of the new 1000 century in womens apparel It is also whispered that many old styles in headgear will be introduced The fates defend us from an introduction to the straw bonnets of our grandmothers days At the recent unveiling of the monu ment to Count Rochambeau by the French an anecdote illustrative of the sincere politeness prevailing among French aria tocracy was told of the Count During the Reign of Terror he and many others were condemned to the guillotine for some fanciful reason by the anarchists The Count was ordered into the wagon to be led to execution but on seeing several other cobles were gruffly ordered to take their places in the same coach he with beautiful courtesy stepped aside that they mIght have the preference of being seated first though he was nearly seventy years off age The wagon quickly filling up he- was compelled to wait In a few hours more the reign of lawnessness was over and the life of this truly polite scion of the nobility wae saved Youn folks who like to indulge in the gIddy mazes of the dance should endeavor to learn the new position that is being taught for the waltz and twostep- It is graceful and pleasing and will solve the difficult and disagreeable question that invariably comes up at church picnics Any one seeing the late position will never wish to adopt the old and vulgar one The matter of picnics brings another subject before readers vii that of making exceptions to rules for one class of people over another All nationalities have necessities in common but the tactics employed at two picnics that have been given this summer signified that what was good for one set was bad for the other This certainly was a gross reflection on those who were denied the favor accorded the others Drawing such odIous distinctions is not very palatable and will cause much more harm than the granting of the privilege could possibly do unless we concede that our people are only a rude or halfcivilized mass Forbidding them what was granted to others implies nothing complimentary At the commencement exercises of the Vestevn Female High School of Balti more the graduates arose en masse and screamed out their class yell with the vimoh horde of cowboys The faculty were treated with contempt and the Academy of Music scandalized by the riotous demonstration but the tltom- boyo cared not The acme of their enjoyment was to exhibit as much daring and masculinity any band of college athletes could muster up They were at least successful Compare such results of coeducation with those obtained by the various denooiiuatloiu of nuns engaged in our academics and convent choola In ninny of the Western States the crop have beeu to prolific cad the price paid to small in coatpari on with hote which the farms bud expected that toMucb of bmhfcU of vtfptUbM and i ir J IRISH SOCIETYDIRECTORYA DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month President Thomas J Dolan Vice President imj Sullivan Recording SecretaryL D Percauda Financial Secretary Peter J Cusick 1911 Bank street iTreasurerJohn Miillo- ySergeantatArmsrJohn Killeen Sentinel Tim Lyons DIVISION 2 Meets on the Secoud and Fourth Thurs day Evenings of Each Month President William T Meehan Vice PresidentThomas Campfield MooneyFinancial Treasurer Owen Keiran DIVISION 3 Meets WednesdayEvenings PresIdentPatrick T Sullivan Vice PresIdentPhil Cavanaugh Recording Secretary JohnCavanaugh Financial SecretaryNoJ Sheridan 2018 Lytle stree- tTreasurerGeorge J Butler- DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fouth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month PresIdentJohn Hennessy Vice President Thomas Lynch Recording SecretaryJohn Grogan Financial SecretaryGeorge Flahiff 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 President john Kilker Recording Secretary L J Mackey Financial SecretaryJ J Curran 016 Thirteenth stree- tTrensurerMartin Mullen DIVISION 1 NEW ALBANY Meets the Second and Fourth Thursday Evenings at Holy Trinity Hall President Din Walsh Vice President John Winn Recording SecretaryJohn P Flynn Financial Secretary James OHara TreasurerJohn McBarron DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday at Pfaus Hall County PresIdentWilliam Reilly PresidentRobert Gleason Vice PresidentJohn Kinney Recording Secretary Dan Gleason Financial SecretaryFrank Hogan TreasurerMichael Kenne- yIRISHAMERICAN SOCIETY Meets at Hibernian Hall First and Third Thursday Evenings of Each Month PresidentCharles P Feeney First Vice President Thos D Claire Second Vice President MW Murphy Recording Secretary4yjlHam Lawler ByrneTreasurerThomas TarpeySergeantJohn Sentinel Timothy Lyons V WELLINGTONI Seventeenth and Walnut Sts DEALER IN PINS MEATS i AND i GROCERIES- AT REASONABLE PRICES Your Patronage Solicited Telephone 923Y AODOLPHUS GGOLDSTEIN SON- Eyes N ExamJncd and Glasses Scientifically Adjusted Satisfaction Guaranteed Scientific Practical Opticians 544 FOURTH n1VEN- UEEDELENS Cut= Rate Drug Store SPECIAL PRICES Swamp Root small 3Gc Swamp Root large TV 70c Harpers Cephalgtae16cBromo Seltzer r ffcftV c Morphine 1 dr i j Oc Best Baking Powder 25c Moth Balls per Ib t 6c Sulphur per lb i 6C- All Patent Medlciasat Cost Prescriptions a Specialty C A EDELEN- S f E Cor 17th and Bank Sts RfAGANS EXCHANGE S W Cor Prate and Market Wines Liquors and Cigars Hot Soup and Warm Lunch r fruits have been allowed to rot in the fields and no effort made to give them to those who are in need Empty coaches fly past these farms that could be filled with the produce twtMtllre so lavishly has given to man but the cars come safe and empty to their dettMtion and men women and children Ifor food while these acres of suck IttjiMuUining fruits of the earth rot bemwli the sun in the quiet country fields ANNIK Nxvwjr CUNNINGHAM If meat be aliowd Maud a little too long before cooking fiialighti I sprinkle of sugar over it jiut befoto taking from the fire will remove tteiipiUttblc tote In making bread rt8 little sweet lard or butter over UM feaklM often M it is quicki 7 J IRECENT DEATHS John Knoedel an aged German rest dent of this city died Wednesday night at his home on Nineteenth street His funeral takes place this morning from St Peters church Southgate street orMrs Martha Sansbery for ninny years a resident of the West End died Monday last at the residence of Mrs Julia OBryan 3311 High avenue after a long illness Her funeral took place from the Church of Our Lady iu Portland The funeral of Mrs Bridget OBrien who died Sunday night at Lakeland of general collapse took place Tuesday morning from the Sacred Heart church The deceased who resided on Maple street was over seventy years of age and her death was not unexpected The funeral of Alexander Brownfield the promising fourteenyearold son of Fielding Brownfieldwho was drowned in the river last week was largely attended at St Charles church Sunday afternoon The sad catastrophe occasioned heart felt surrow and the bereaved parents I have the sympathy of a wide circle of friends and acquaintances I Miss Mary Werst daughter of the late H W Werst died Saturday night at the family residence 010 East Broadway The deceased was a young lady of win ning disposition and leaves many friends to mourn her loss Her funeral took place Tuesday morning from St Martins church of which she had been a devout member with solemn requiem mass and the large attendance showed the high esteem in which she was held We regret to chronicle the death of Daniel Mooney which sad event occurred early Tuesday morning at his residence 1723 Twelfth street For years he had been in the employ of the Louisville Nashville and was well liked by his fel lowworkmen Ills funeral took place from the Dominican church Thursday morning and after the solemn requiem mass the remains were followed to their last resting place by many sorrowing friends and relatives Michael Laffey the wellknown black- smIth succumbed to a complication of dIseases Wednesday evening at his home 614 Seventeenth street The deceased who was fiftyfive years old had long been a resident of this city and led a useful and exemplary life His wife and three daughters survive to mourn his loss The funeral took place front St Patricks church yesterday morning large numbers- of friends and relatives attending the sad obsequIes INVITE THEIR FRIENDS Messrs John Rapp and Henry Schaefer two of the most popular young men in the eastern part of the city recently purchased the Zeller Hall at Shelby and Roselane streets which they have had renovated and refurnished until the en tire building now looks resplendent its new dress They will also conduct a cafe andasboth are expetiencedinttje business it will be stocked with only the choicest goods Hundreds of invitations have been issued to their opening dance and luncheon which takes place Mon day night and all their friends will re- ceIve a cordial welcome A firstclass bond has been engaged for the occasion which will doubtless be a jolly one CELEBRATE AT RIVERVIEW The ladies and gentlemen of St Michaels congregation of which Rev father Sheridan is the esteemed pastor will this year hold their annual picnic and outing at Riverview Park on Tuesday July 31 During the past two weeks much progress has beeu made and those to charge state that they have arranged for a days amusement that will eclipse any yet given this season The married ladies of the parish will serve dinner and supper and other refreshments will be dispensed by members of the Young Ladles Sodality There are many hustlers in this congregation who will leave nothing undone that would add to the pleasure of the occasion BASE BALL The Campbells defeated the strong ehder team by a score of five to four last Sunday morning at Grimes Garrys Park The features of the game were the phenomenal work of McGillIcuddyat second base and the pitching of Scanlan he holding the Fehders down to two hits The Campbells are composed of some of the best amateur talent around town and would like to hear from all teams in the city the Hafendorfers preferred They tine up as follows P Mack c J Scan lon p J Mack s a J Manning 1st b H Lanshell 2d b P McCarthy 3d b A Lambert 1 f F G Reinhart c f T McHugh r f James A Sexton who is playing ball with the Louisville Reserves on their Southern trip writes his friends here that the team will play at Water Valley Miss tomorrow and so far have been very successful winning most of the games on the trip EXCURSIONS TO WISCONSINVERY LOW RATES TO SUMMER RESORTS The Monon Route will selLtickets from Louisville to points in Wisconsin and re turn at nearly onehalf the usual excursion rate on Thursday July 20 good returning fifteen days as follows Waukesha Ill Oconomowoc 11 Lake Geneva 1075 Delcvan Lake 1075 Lake Beulah 11 Green Lake 12 Madison 112 Elkhart Lake 12 tfeonah 12 Kilbourn City 12 Green Bay 12 OTratns will leave Louisville at 730 a m and 820 p in Pull particulars of E H BACON D P A Louisville Ky This story comes from Quebec A Pro testant lumbe merchant asked the local parish prseat to offer up a high mass in- Order that it might rain so as to host his lOll down the The priest complied with the request and the rain poured in such torranu u to carry away the booms that guard the timber and thus a ut quantityoflOfP1 warn lost The Protestant nked epnefJoe his kiiidnew but ired him that th pet time be nould sok for a tow tout r i r SHE IS CRYING Because She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma t- oCHICAGOON THE In an ELEGANT PARLOR DINING CAR E H BACON District Passenger Agent Louisville Ky FRANK J REED General Passenger Agent ManagerWII 011 +Hl+ 1I+HI+tt St Cloud Hotel 5 B Cor 2d S Jefferson Sts T A FLANNELLY Proprietor European Plan SOc 75c and 100 American Plan 2 and 260 J- IMHKi 3iiI tIilI1tl1011 FOR THE BES- TGROCERIES FRESH MEATS AN- DYI3GI3TABLI3S GO TO WILLIAM MEHLL S W Cor Eighteenth and Chestnut Try my own make of Quick Yeast 25c per pound f IO ititv mmWines Liquors 1 And Cigars COOL LAGER ON DRAUGHT N W Cor 21st and Portland Clearys Exchange 124 First Street WINES LIQUORS CIGARS ONLY BEST BRANDS HOT LUNCH FROM 10 TO I MOORBSPLflG 1521 PORTLAND AVE Largest and Coolest Glass of Beer on the Avenue FINE WHISKY A SPECIALTY WINES AND CIGARS M1 MURPHYDEALER IN GROCERIES PRODUCE MEATS- Wines Liquors Feed Hay and Orals A E Cor Seventeenth and Portland doe WHEN YOU VI- SITLIMERICK CALL UPON John HickeySEVENTH AND OAK Cool Lager and Warm Lunch Never Run Out FAHEYS EXCHANGE JOHN B FAHEY Prop N E Cor Seventh and Market Choice Wines Liquors and Cigars Telephone 3044- AIllillOIs G6lltraI THE FAST LINE T- OMemphis A- NDNew OrleansT- wo Fast Trains Dally MfMPHl8 AND NW ORlfAN811MIUD Leaves Louisville 040 p m daily and is a Solid Vestibuled Gas L Train carrying Pullman Sleepers Cafe Dining Cars and Free Reclining Chair Cars Arriving Memphis 840 a m and New Orleans 735 p m LouisvilleMemphis Sleeper open for occupancy at 830 p m THE NW OtEN8 8PIL Leaves Louisville at 1201 daily arriving 11 p m New Orleans 045 a inSolid Veatlbuled Train with through Sleeping Cars Meals served in Dining 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 McBUIDE City PMMttnr fc Ticket Agent MO Fourth Avc Lwbvllte Ky A11 Hanna Wegghtwn1 AoGP A IAailrgY f Brown Leghorn Eggs 5CENTS1 CHARLES L JACQUES 2 22 St Xavier LayTwelvehensJan 12 Feb 20 March 187 April 133 May 142 June 118 July137 Aug 151 Sept 162 Oct 83 Nov 83 Dec 15 TO THE lLAKES Of WISCONSINC N I Extraordinary Excursion THURSDAY JULY 26th ITUBIWaukesha 11 00 Oconomowoc 11 00 Lake Geneva 10 75 Delevan Lake 10 75 J Lake Beulah 11 00 Neonah 12 00 9 Green Lake 12 00 3 Elkhart Lake 12 00 Madison 12 00 Kilbourn City 12 00 i Green Bay 12 60 J Tickets good returning fifteen days TO Mountains Lakes AND Sea Shore VIA TI- LEFour Ig oute FISHING HUNTING BOATING BATHING THROUGH SLEEPING CARS TO NEW YORK and BOSTON Tourists Tickets Now on Sale WARREN J LYNCH General Passenger and Ticket Agent i W P DEPPE A G P T Agent CINCINNATI O S J GATES General Agent LOUISVILLE KY A LOW RATES TO CHAUTAUQUA N Y 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 fot return tripone month from date of sale Be sure to go via the popular BiG Four Route For full information and particulars as k to rates tickets limits etc call 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 DEPPE A G P T Agent CINCINNATI O BIG FOUR ROUTE T- OIndianapolis Peoria CHICAGOAND INDIANA and MICHIGAN BEST TERMINALS UNION DEPOT Corner Seventh St and River a CITY TICKET OFFICE No 218 Fourth Ave S J QATYyGeneral Agent LcmlvU1e Ky WARREN LYNCH O P A- WM nCINCIN n U o jCfff jfefc S tV VVvT 4i rrri Rtfp I j Lawn Fete lor sweet charito TO BE GIVEN FOR Tim BENEFIT OF H01Y Cross Church I At the Residence of Henry Koch Thirtieth and Broadway Tuesday and Wednesday Evenings AUGUST 7 AND a 1900 rIQKnrS 10 OBOISTS The person cashing the largest number of tickets will be awarded Gold Watch o r Diamond Ring TAKE PARKLAND CARS aII tr C ft t + + +++ + H+H + H +++++++++ ANN UAL OUTINGTO BE GIVEN BY TilE AQUINAS UNIONAT FERN GROVE THURSDAY JULY 26 1900 MUSIC BY MORBACHS MILITARY BAND Refreshments served on the grounds Boats leave foot of First street at 830 n in and 1 30 p m Committee of Arrangements John J Grotty Dennis J Reardon Dave Burke iioicnis sses cjsrtfTs ++ + H H M + ++++++ H+ +M M H H M M M+ M M M THOROUGH yBOARD OF TRADE BUILDING THIRD AND MAIN SSrlLOUISVILLE KY T J WATHENS mf UM fMm l UMmr ml OSO XislrtibL Street Finest Vanilla and Lemon Creams per gallon 75c Sherbets all kinds per gallon 75c Brick and Euchre Cream per gallon 100 Ca aspfar as 200 miles Fine Cakes made daily Special prices to churches festivals hotels dealers and everyday orders Long distance telephone 2144 11Iii IgEl E I IIIIIKiE 1tilE1 I OranWi Smiths Sons i HHA 1 Funeral Directors And Embalmers MISS KATE SMITH Lady Assistant and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice MOVED TO 700 WEST WALNUT STREET l1li E TELEPHONE 810 lit HIIftIIHIIftIIftD1IDDftDftHIftl = fl lHIlt r DRINK Hofbrau Pilsenerl Beer BREWED BY SENNACKERMAN BRE ING COllIPANYINOORPORArED TELEPHONE 452 LOUISYILri ICY ff MlltrMX14 p htM h AltMilM k pAl Ml IN11 1fIMAMAI I IP1 iMfl tlplOlMi j PARADISE am i SAMPLEl ROOM i VS Good liquorsi a Specialty Fifteen Ball Pool 5 ar al t M J HICKEY PROPRIETOR 4 u Z1 1tR o A984 248 West Jofferson Streetx T N ria a rl tl Mrrwriaw a eora rlar rraraBrlala f errl rr r r l e JOaN 2S IRANIi WALTERSr 111 Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET T tophbne 0090 LOUISVILLE KY HENRY C LAUERr TELEPHONE 1140 ERNE WINES AND i 4G1EAST j RAIICHItOUE su6 TRAINING WMAR1ETJJIIYERlANDBOARDINGST1 ABLE ETI1 0016YI1I KY D IRELAND Record of the Must Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Cornelius Murphy Postmaster at Cas tletown Dere is dead Cavau Nationalists were represented at the great National convention iu Dublin The death is announced at Ballincurrs of Capt James Green egad eightyone years The Cork Corporation was well represented at the Irish National convention held in Dublin The members of the Sionaghan County Council have elected Mr Toal as Chair main during the coming year Edmund Wallace unmarried aged fifty years of Cork road Midleton was found dead at Tcmplenacarriga Stephen Dake a fisherman of Kilmore County Wexford died suddenly just a few moments after he had returned from fishingCol horde was reelected Chairman of the Downpatrick Town County Council at the annual meeting of the council held in the County Courthouse Right Rev Dr McGivern Bishop of Dromore has been reported in a critical condition of health at his residence i Newry He is seventy years of age Walter McMorrough Kavanagh of Doors at n recent meeting of the New Ross Board of Guardians refused to ac cept the Chairmanship because of his ill healthThe death of Henry S Moore for many years Petty Sessions Clerk in Edgewards town district happened recently The funeral to Ballymacormack was numerously attended One thousand persons members of the Sacred Heart and other sodalities at tached to St Columbs church Derry recently had their annual outing in Bun dorau County Donegal The funeral of the late Thomas Smith merchant of Monaghan was the largest seen in the neighborhood for years The remains were interred in the family burying ground at Latturcan Most Rev Dr Walsh Archbishop of Dublin has appointed the Rev Pierce Gossan of Dlackrock to be parish priest of Rathfarnhara in succession to thelate Very Rev Thomas Kennedy The two beautiful new altars in Tullow church consecrated recently are memorials to the late Right Rev Dr Lynch Bishop of Kildare and Lcighlin and Ilate William Deering the high altar to the Bishop The obelisk memorial erected in Ros common to the late Luke Patrick Hay den by his friends and admirers was un veiled June 24 by John Redmond M P Almost every district in the county was represented Mrs John Reilly Belmont Mullingar diedi June 2g atjhe fine old agsot utyf six years After office and high mass in Brotenstown the funeral tail for the cemetery in Walestown and was numerously attended Among those who left Ballyshannon lately for the United States were Joseph Keon William Patterson and Mr White The band turned out in honor of Mr Keon who has been connected with it since its inception The Galway branch of the Gaelic League has determined on holding an other Peis this year and at a meeting of the council the various subcommittees were formed to manage the departments into which the work is divided The Doer Rag unfurled in Cashel on Corpus Christi morning still floats The police are feeling nettled at not being able to haul it down No Irishman should be guilty of interfering with the colors of such gallant men as the burghers of the TransvaalGreat was held in the Uregare district when the Kilmallock District Council coopted Timothy ODonnell Callincollo the favorite candidate of the people and a tried and staunch National ist in room of the late lamented John OCallaghanAt meeting of the Armagh County Council held recently Joseph Atkinson was reelected Chairman The Secretary said the balance to the credit of the council after paying everything was 7600 They have at present over 50000 for the new financial year The people of Kings county are taking an interest in the fight now being prose cuted by the United Irish League to have the land of the country restored to its lawful ownersthe tillers thereof Several branches of the organization have been founded and many more are in process ofbeing established We regret to chronicle the death of John Morrison of Dally rennan County Sligo which event occurred recently at a ripe old age Deceased was father of James Morrfebu Ballybrennan who by his amiable qualities earned the esteem of every one who knew hint The funeral took place at the family burial ground at Jmlaghfad and was nuHieroHsly attended John Francis Small Coroner held an inquest on the body of John McDonnell Thomas street Newry drowned in the Newry canal Deceased and a number of other boys were out bathing at track line II On the return home the deceased slipped OH a tone beside the canal and fell ila on his back and was drowned A mUtt that death WM due to accidental rowning wasreaderedbytkefllry- I ri reached Galway OK June 2tl of a drowning accident between West port awl Boffin Island The lumbers of one family John Kerrigan hii wife and stepbrother Ukhtel Barrett were ta turning front Westport with a cargo of flour and other goodsin a large booker when the weather having suddenly changed during Uhapawi + the waken WM cxpeirwlrapd its three occtipuHt perWwd At tto Jwerttagof Biahof of Iretood held at Mayuooth CoUegp two ol the rgplpdalMS JrMad e ra M UiWj rIr 4 1 rStair pvtr CmciUh lYuteri TIIIU Stare One Door Wcet of the nil Store IDEAL DENTISTRY at reasonable prices at th- eMammoth Painless Dental Parlors 436 and 438 W Market Street Superb Crown and Bridgework Ills gent Gold and Porcelain Crown Best equipped office in the cityGDD LOUIS A 1 S 1 PROPRIETOR demand that in the primary schools in all Irish speskng districts the instruc tion should be bilingual English being taught through the medium of Irish We regard it most desirable that in the primary schools the Irish language should be taught to children of the third and higher classes The adjourned case against John Mur tagh of Gorglass Secretary of the Drorn ard branch of the United Irish League was heard at Ballinamuck He was charged under the infamous White Boy act with having posted a threatening notice at the chapel of Legga on May 0 The Magistrates decided that there was not sufficient evidence on which to send the accused for trial and by three to two refused information The foundation stone of the Father Michael Murphy memorial was laid in Arklow with most impressive and pat riotic ceremonies Very Rev Father Dunphy presided Among those woo addressed the vast assemblage were John Dillon M P Father Kavanagh the historian of 08 and many others of nqtc Among the districts represented by large contingents were Shillelagh Gorey Bray Wexford Dublin City and county Ennis corthy Arklow and Baltbiglass At the June meeting of the Shana golden brajehbf the United Irish League John Cregan the Chairman im pressed on those present the necessity of jjoining the Unitecfc Irish = League the only National organization id existence The following resolution was carried unanimously That we call upon the laborers to become members of the United Irish League and pledge ourselves to use every means in our power to obtain for them employment and houses to live in with an acre of land attached II At a meeting of the Killashee branch of the United Irish League Michael Nugent presided Arrangements were made to attend the demonstration at Car berya Cross The following resolutions were unanimously adopted Resolved That we call on all the Nationalist Dis trict Councilors in the Longford rural district but more particularly those con nected with our parish to attend at Long ford in case of a contest for the Chair tnenship to vote for the National candi date and to prove that unionism can have no foothold in Lon ford John McErlane presided at the recent meeting of the members of the Money glass branch of the United Irish League and said he was proud to see such a large meeting of the young men of the district He would like tosee more of the men who had stood side by side with him in the Land League days there also es pecially the farmers who gained so much He would call upon them to rally under the banner of the United Irish League and strike another and he hoped a final blow at the accursed system of landlord ism which is driving our race into exile A great demonstration will be held in Toome on August 15 Recently the mcntbers of the Augha gower branch of the United Irish League with Mr OMalley of the Westport Artisan and LaborLeague proceeded to Ardency armed with the permit from County Council of Mayo to build the house which theyiwere prevented from doing on previous occasions by the bailiffs and police for tge widow Murphy and her helpless family There was a large force of police prwetit but in the face of the permit of the County Council they dared nott interfere The dwelling was reeled in a short time and the widow and her children wereiicomfortably housed there Lord Sligos bailiff Mulhblland was present There was a large attend ance frow the anc ndingcoul1tryand there was much eatusiasmty ST VINCENT DI PAUL SOCIETY Ithe members ofJibe different copter ences of the St Viwaot de Pawl Society of thia city will approach holycom munion in a body kwworrow morning at she wed Hwy church Father BU9 wilt upon pjji occasion preach ore of the able SMMIMM for which lie is noted LL HALFRATES TO A LuiTA ANR BRTIWN via the Soathap yp y in connec tion with the i It Crercedt route July 34 and 26jlp XMtatof he South era Bpworth LM ifJMttiuff TicWU good to return ai ti 1WO Apply to uearei- hway oitha tSoutliera or Qaeeaj eht mate ar- addrprWinialq IM A G P A Lonirtille ufSri J+ ls HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOenersl- News Notes There are 23060 members in the order in Massachusetts The State of New York has 213 divis ions the membership of which is 13100 The County Board meets next Saturday night All members old and new should attendA is being organized at New ton Mass It has a charter list of 125 members Pennsylvania has the second largest membership of any State the number being 22871 The annual outing of the St Paul Hibernians at Wildwood last Saturday was a big affair M F Conry of Scranton has been elected to the County Presidency of Lackawanna county Pa Mrs Catherine Collins of Toledo has been elected State President by the Ladies Auxiliary of Ohio The annual installation of officers of the Ladles Auxiliary of Anaconda Mont will not take place till August Martin J Ford of Division 2 left this week for Humboldt Tenn where he has secured a temunerative position as a mar ble cutter Division 7 of Buffalo is deranging for n stag excursion down theriver The officers of the County Board have been invited as guests of honor The corner stone of the new Hibernian building at Worcester Mass is to be laid on Saturday August 4 It will be followed by n field day at Worcester Oval The Hibernians and Ladies Auxiliary of the Province of Ontario held thtir biennial conventions in Kingston this week the opening sessions taking place WednesdayThe of Division 5 of Minneapolis combined social features with their in stallation ceremonies Each retiring officer was presented with a silver berry spoon and salad fork Nearly every county in Nebraska was represented at the State convention held in South Omaha Richard OKeefe was elected State President and Rev Rather Wallace of Gretna State Chaplain Nine divisions were represented the Worcester county convention of the Ladies Auxiliary Features of the meet ing were addresses by Rev John Redi can County Chaplain and County Presi dent John Rogers Rev Father Cosgrove pastor of St Vincents church St Paul has been elected County Chaplain for the Ramsey county Hibernians He received almost a unanimous vote which shows the pop ularity of the patriot priest Daniel V Clancy has been elected Chairman of the Committee of Arrange ments for the annual Irish National fes tival and games of the Ancient Order of Hibernians of New York City which will take place at Harlem River Park on August 16- James OHara one of the bestknown Hibernians iti Southern Indiana has been appointed a member of the New Albany Board of Civil Service Examiners which will examine applicants for posi tions as clerks and carriers in the post office there Over two hundred bodies were repre sented at the county quarterly meeting of the order held last month in Dungan non Ireland County Delegate James Devlin presided It was decided to ac cept the invitation of the Cookstown brethren and celebrate August 15 by a demonstration in a field near Cookstown The County Delegate stated that the order was in a flourishing state and numbered 40000 in Ulster The biennial convention of the Ladies Auxiliary of Middlesex county Mass was the largest in the history of the or ganization It was held in the Auditorium at Woburn with eightysix delegates present In her report the President Miss Delia Sullivan spoke of the wonder ful growth of the order in the past two manifestedThetwenty divisions an increase of 507 members and six divisions Miss Sulli van was reelected for the third time LOW RATES WESTRAILROAD BARGAIN DAYS VIA THE MONON ROUTE Tickets will be sold by the Monon Route from Louisville Ky to points in Arizona British Columbia Colorado Idaho Iowa Manitoba Minnesota Mon tana Nebraska New Mexico North Da kota Oregon South Dakota Utah Wash ington Northern Wisconsin and Wyo ming at one firstclass fare plus 200 for roundtrip on July 3 and 17 August 7 and 21 September 4 and 18 October 2 10 November 0 and 20 and December 4 and 18 limited returning twentyone days Prospecting parties and tourists will be cheerfully furnished with sched ules and further information by address ing E H Bacon District Passenger Agent Monon Route Louisville Ky LOUISVILLE TO NIAGARA PALLS AND RETURN IW59 BIG FOUR ROUTE Thursday August 2 Good returning twelve days Thousand Islands only 660 more Stop over allowed ut Brocton Lake Chautanqua on return trip Tickets are good returning by steamer or rail from Buffalo to Cleveland Through sleepers and elegant day coaches from particularscallWL N or City Ticket Office 218 Fourth avenue SGATS General Agent SIS TO ATLANTIC CITY AUGUST 2 B 0 8 W will run its first and only excursion to Atlantic City and other coot jrolnU Auguet 2 Tickets will be Rood on the Famowa Royal Blue Trains via WaabiHgton Raitimer1 Philadel phi Good i 2 daye returning Through coacher and aleepcn from LOullvUle Hake ypnr reserratlob now You cap get a1Ntot all hotelt with their rates by cklttif tdtova Fdhrtt and Main r I i dJOHN B CASTIBMAN ARTHUR G LANCHAM SRUCKINRIDGB CAjricwMAtf Royal Insurance Co OF LIVERPOOL LARGEST FIRE1 INSURANCE COMPANY IN THE WORLD BARBEE CAST EM N I DepartmentI FRflNK FEHR INCORPORATKD BREWING 60 I Brewers and BottlersLOUISVILLE KY tt1ttttt tttttI RAFFOSI I wV52 1 Nothing sold but CT I guaranteed goods KY Absolutely the Best and Carpets in i A store where quality is of first place where you are treated right and money hack =if you are not entirely satisfied Prices always con sistent with the goodness of the goods New lines of ltfglt grade articles constantly in stock You will rlike to trade here once you once tried it = Hauling and Moving Attended To t 321 WEST MNorth1 I MM IBFTWEGN THIRD AND FOURTH I SW tiiiiiiitiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiii itiiiiiiiiiiiiliiUiliiiiiiiiiiiiiii A s 1 iiI 11 1 1 I11 1 l Ul i l MuldoonMonumentGompany fDESIGNERS AND BUILDERS OF = ITALIAN MARBLE AMERICAN AND SCOTCH GRANITE I I i Monuments Artistic Work Only Solicited M Workshops and Studios Carrara Italy l1 IWAREROOMSl I IMMMMMt ++ tI tIMMHHt t ttHM tt tt t tt t it ++tr The Latest Out for Summer Wear t IMPORTED FlannelSuits ii Made To Order Cap of same material made free of charge Headquarters for alt kinds of TailorMade Suits For Hot Weather I tseeDisplayiu ritureli X1500 GUILFOYLE SIMONS IITailorsr andd Importerspp- i 604 W Markett f fIA 4 A A ++++ M MM MM NiFi + e = r DANIEL DOUGHERTY THOMAS KEENAN Dougnerty K66nan- UNDEQTAKERS 1225 West Market Street Bet Twelfth and Thirteenth TnL PFIONIPi 1302All OnUs Promptly Attended to Day or NIght Our riages Furnished for All Occasions