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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 0 KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN VOLUME VNO 5 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY AUGUST 4 1900 PRICE FIVE CENTS REMEMBERED 1 Father Rock Given a Substan tial Testimonial on Leav ing For Ireland Has Labored Earnestly in This Diocese For Twenty Seven Years d Isis Friends Hope For Ills Re storatloii to Health and a Return HIS DEVOTION TO HIS COUNTRY The departure of Rev P M J Rock on last Sunday from this city for Ireland in search of health and to take a well merited rest was the occasion of eliciting from his friends among the clergy and laity generous and genuine expression of their appreciation of the true and worthy priest Pew priests are better or more favorably known in this and adjoining dioceses and Stales than rather Rock His oratorical powers have won him a widespread reputation his knowledge proficiency and earnestness upon Irish subjects particularly as a panegyrist of St Patrick have made for him an inter State fameso much so that the an nouncement of the presence of Father Rock was sufficient to guarantee an ex traordinary assemblage of Irish sympa thizers Indiana Tennessee Ohio and Kentucky can bear testimony to the truth of this which States on more than one occasion assembled their multitudes to hear the earnest and eloquent clergyman It was not these exterior gifts calcu lated to give temporary and transient glory or renown which enshrined Father Rock In the hearts of all but rather those qualities which caused him to be a man of principle and honor not a sycophant a man of honesty and integrity who could not stoop to low and dasterdly means to obtain an end a man possessed of those superior qualities of heart and mind by which he was the friend of the poor and oppressed the consoler of the afflicted the wise counsellor and synipa heticbxaleri of everya9bnuscdtaeaid untie h artJ t For wellnlgh to twentyseven years Father Rock has labored in various capacities in this diocese and now on his departure he leaves with the good will and best wishes of all Father Rock Was born fifty years ago in County Armagh in the ancient and Primatial See of Armagh which was founded by St Patrick himself nearly 1500 years ago His early education was received in his native town which was completed in Preston Park Seminary Louisville Ky in which institution he became a pro fessor in 1874 By way of digression it may be added that the students of Pres ton Park Seminary compare more than favorably with any set number from a given similar insti tution in America or Europe even deco rated with D Dsor other titles as sound and solid men In theological lore Having stated that Father Rock was born and raised under the influences and direction of the immediate successor of St Patrick himself the Archbishopof Armagh which might account for his true and ardent faith we have yet to look for that argumentative combative spirit of this worthy priest so character istic of him to those who know him This latter quality will be found in him on account of political exigencies For be it remembered that the proselytizing influence of England her robbing con fisClion souping her bribing andret ardsystem were particularly directed- against the northern counties of Ireland Armagh Tyrone Down etcin which her heartless Government bestowed upon English subjects Irish fat lands Hence with such an heirloom of English Protestantism as Orangeism it was little wonder that the people of the North of Ireland who had to fight daily for the maintenance of their faith should be imbued with a combative spirit such as that which permeated Father Rock and which those familiar with him know so well Be cause therefore of the perpetual struggle for rights and faith which the people of tie North of Ireland had to maintain against the superior odds of power and money it thereby created in the Catholic portion a unique spirit of faith inde pendence outspoken demands of right and pugnacity of spirit which partially may account for the brave though maybe impolitic spirit of Father Rock in his honest endeavors In natural acumen and varied information Father Rock is far above the average Being of studious habits he surrounded himself by a large aid extensive library of the best authors with which he daily familiarized himself so that argumentation he became a formidable toe before whom even the best titled students of European univerr C aitieeI quailed and whom their mightiest legion fear He being a natural logician of a synthetical turn of mind forcible in grouping and expression imight win lau xe1s as a cMonit Hence aid he deserve uau advocate of justice and truth the plaudits of the clergy as agelnut the advocates oif tyranny and oppression who might justify the means by the end- LessI than twoyear ago Father Rock received as a silver jubilee memento a chalice valued at 1000 the gift of Lit at admiring friends at the Cathedral and now again he Is made the recipient of 1000 as a purse to defray expenses etc Such testimonials are In themselves but ta I simple expression of the feelings of ia grateful people of their love and esteem and of their further desire of the return of such a worthy priest as Father RoCk into their midst A large number called upon him dur ing the days immediately preceding his departure to say farewell andFathen Bouchet Lynch Schuhman OSullivan Raffo and Cunniffe and many of the laity accompanied him to the train BEAUTIFUL EXERCISES Celebration of St Dominics Day at St Louis Ber trands The services in honor of St Dominic at St Iouis Bertrands church tomorrow will be unusually brilliant and attractive That handsome edifice will be ablaze with lights and the beautiful altars handsomely decorated with flowers Solemn high mass will be celebrated at 11 oclock by the Franciscan fathers The sermon for the occasion will be preached by Rev Charles P Raffo of St Charles Bor romeos and no doubt the seating capa city of this commodious edifice will be taxed to its utmost He will tell of the life of the saint and the great work done in Europe and America by the DominicansSolemn and the beautiful Ros ary procession will take place in the afternoon at 4 oclock An attractive feature of the celebration will be the elaborate musical programme to be ren dered by Prof Charles Weiss and the full choir which is among the very best in this city possessing several solists of the highest orde- rOFFICERS ELECTED Hibernian Knights Will Swell Their Ranks to One Hundred The most enthusiastic and interesting meeting of the Hibernian Knights since their return from Boston was held at Hibernian Hall last Friday night nearly every member being present This branch of the Ancient Order of Hibernians has always been very popular but of late has r eivecYlthcet t1 Ik1r nw inLouisville w During r theIpast month interest has been awakened and if the others follow the lead of Division 4 it will not be long till Company A will number at least one hundred members handsomely uniformed and well drilled who will be a credit to the order and our city as they are in New York Boston Philadelphia and the leading cities of South and West Reports were received and the business of the past year completed after which the following officers were elected by acclamationColoneljoe P Breen Captain Jerry Hallahan First Lieutenant Joseph P Taylor Second LieutenantRobert Mitchell Recording SecretaryJohn Dolan Financial SecretaryCon Hallahan- A social session followed the election during which many suggestions were made that will keep the interest in the company alive The next meeting will take place on Friday evening August 10 when drill nights will be decided upon and manuals procured for the new mem bers Those who desire to join the Knights should do so at once and be among the first to receive their uniforms and equipments LOST THEIR WAY Dan Hartnett Eddie Toomey and Alex Hodapp three little Limerick tots caused their parents and friends a great deal of anxiety by straying away from home last Sunday morning and getting lost After a great deal of searching and telephoning John Hennessy found them late in the afternoon going up Market street hand in band They told him that they were looking for the merrygoround LOSING FRIENDS One of the things that most people awake up to when they are approaching middle age is that they have lost a good many friends through their own carelessness You receive an invitation to the wedding of one whom you knew well eight or ten years ago He had quite passed out of your life though if you were living near each other so that you would meet occasionally lie is the kind ofia man in whose society you would find real pleasure When the invitation comes you express your pleasure that Dick or John is to be married and hope that be maybe happy and that is the end of it You do not send a present or what is better and ten costs tune a friendly note conveying your congratulations and good wishes The occasion passes without any ailn- fromyol and you have lost as op portunity of identifying yourself with your friends happiness He will not ao ociate you with that epoch of his life and very likely will resent your silence It iis the eamime when you neglect a friends of Mellon Itlis a real effort to write a iuaymeanandbypeoplewhocomhavethemselves toblame Theyhaveor thoughtlesaueM A man that hate friendlySyrMOtw TIME IS RIPE s John Redmond and Wlllian OBrien Address Cork Nationalists Discourage the Work of lie i cruiting For the British Army Letter Front Col Blake of the Irish Brigade in Boer Ranks BRITISH CRUELTY AND DUPLICITY There was a large gathering of Irish men at Cork last Sunday to greet John Redmond and William OBrien The meeting is thus described by the Asso elated Press reports which give only scant space to Irish affairs At the Nationalist demonstration held here today John E Redmond leader of the United Irish party in Parliament made a vigorous appeal for funds to as sist the candidates of the party at the forthcoming general election He pub licly repudiated the statement that time United Irish League was opposed to cer tain Irish members Willian OBrien and others also made addresses- At the meeting hand bills were din tributed discouraging the work of recruit ing for the British army and urging that as Englands army was now discomforted in South Africa the time was ripe for an Irish rebellion The following letter from Col J Y F Blake commanding the Irish Brigade in the Boer army has appeared in the Gal veston News and also in the London TimesHere I am in the most advanced posi tion of the left flank of the Boer forces in Natal Surrounded by mountains and face to face with the English and as I write these words I can see the enemys camp and he can see mine Each is waiting for the other to strike and when the crash comes I think Johnny Bull will as usual make a bold dash and then curl histai ttovr hf ckandcruaformah1tbat is inuun but not without leaving the greater part of his best blood behind him In every battle so far his conduct has been as described and he has been un mercifully cut and slashed before making his escape Think of itt Our total force in South Africa so far has been 35000 Our totall loss in killed wounded and prisoners has been C07 killed 3800 pris oners and about 1400 wounded Before Cronjes capture the English reported their losses to be 14300 killed 43000 wounded and prisoners and missing enough to bring the total to 64900 Cronje had 3900 men and was surrounded bjl70000 men and 110 cannon Cronje had two cannon and two Maxims He fought for six days and surrendered be cause his ammunition gave out He lost fortythree killed and about 120 wounded The English lost in killed and wounded between 16000 and 20000 so that the total English loss to date is not far from 80000 which leaves us to still fight 134 000 I believe we will win with our little army because our forces are far better fighters The English soldier can mur der debauch and plunder but he cant fight Until this war I believed the Eng lish soldier the best in the world and now rplace him on a par with the Span lard When I tell you that not one man more than 2500 penned up 11000 Eng lish soldiers in Ladysmith for four months and that it took 33000 soldiers and 160 cannon to relieve them then you can Imagine how well the Dutch fight Five thousandDutch tried to stop the 33000 but Failed because they had but six cannon It cost Buller more than 15000 men to relieve 11000 in Ladysmith We are now 6000 strong along a line Forty miles long holding in check about 38000 English If they had the nerve they could drive us back but their loss would be tremendous This war is to destroy the liberty and independence of the Dutch and deprive them of their gold fields to satisfy Rhodes Chamberlain and Milner He that would serve humanity best would have hung for their perfidy the above trio of political rascals The Dutch are too liberal too humane and too strict in their observance of the rules governing in civilized warfare to contend with the English who abuse the armis tice the Red Cross the white flag and murder wounded captives with the llance on the battlefield The Irish Brigade which I have the honor to command is composed of Irish and Irish Americams and a braver and more determined lot of men you will not find anywhere I have seen them put to the severest tests but never yet baa a- neap swerved They will prove themselves an honor and a credit to the cons tries they hail from iwas wounded in time rIght arm below the elbow by a rap- nelabelt on October JJO at the battle of fodder Spruit in trout of Ladysuilth The bone was broken the artery and rosin nerve cut and my arms ia lost for ever except the thumb and first finger There isi no strength in it I Never left time battlefield though I was laid up for six weeks Ou that day we tad twenty bum cannon firing at us for eight hours 1etwe completely routed the EtngUenMt The wet of 8L Peter acme WM more ban 1170900000 1 tI LOUISVILLEiICTORIOUS Joe Hill Wont dat In New Orleans Elocutionary f Contest n Joseph E Hill witnfer of the Kentucky State elocutionary prize in 1899 left Wednesday for New Orleans to compete for a 50 gold medal The contest was divided into three sections the first con slating of four ladies land sixteen gentlemen The second waf made up of the five best out of the twenty and the third of the three standing highest The con test was given under the auspices of the New Orleans College of Oratory which presented the medal contested for Mr Hilt has made elocution his principal study which he hopes in the near future to be able to use to great advantage- A special dispatch to the Kentucky Irish American says Louisvilles repre sentative was victorious carrying off the medal and all the honors This will be gratifying nesto Mr Hills many friends in Louisville and Kentucky and adds another laurel to those already held by St Francis Xaviers College from which he graduatedY RECENT DEATHSws The unexpected de 1of Leo Hugh Bradley the bright little son of John and Ella Bradley came asIa shock to their friends and acquaintances who feel the greatest sympathy for ttie bereaved parents in their irreparable loss The friends of MissJMary Curry who died Sunday evening Jgthe residence of her cousin Harry Curry 1004 Charlton avenue took lacer ymorningfrom- dherChurw Ji a eIH Cflfiur There was a large attendance of mourning friends and relatives We regret to announce the death of Mrs Mary Weatherford wife of Assistant Fire Chief Henry Weatherford which occurred at St Josephs Infirmary The deceased was a lady possessed of many good qualities whose deeds of charity were almost without number though always performed quietly and without desire of their being known Her fun eral takes place this morning from St Charles church Frank Struck a wellknown citizen died suddenly Wednesday afternoon from an attack of organic heart disease For years he had been associated with his other and since the latters death had conducted the bustnessat 201 West Green street Besides his mother three sisters and two brothers survive him The funeral took place Friday morning at St Charles Borromeos church Rev Father Raffo conducting the solemn obsequies which were largely attended Mrs Mary Crowley died Wednesday morning at her residence 1004 Dumesnil street from a complication of diseases The deceased was fiftyfour years old and is survived by her husband Dennis Crowley and several children Mrs Crowley had for many years been devoted member of the St Louis Bertrands church from which her funeral took place with solemn requiem mass Friday morning The remains were followed to St Louis cemetery by a long cortege of mourning friends INTEREST GROWING Every congregation in the city is expected to be represented at the meeting which takes place Monday night at St Francis Hall to complete arrangements- for the bazar to be held this fall for the Sisters of Mercy During the past two weeks a number of ladies and gentlemen have volunteered their services and an increased interest in the undertaking is manifest President Duffy and Chairman Gatto will have interesting reports aud he work will likely be divided out and pushed with vigor The Sisters are receiving daily assurances of hearty support and sow feel grjat encouraged MEETINO TOMORROW Tomorrow afternoon at 3 oclock the recently organized Catholic Union will told its first formal atesUugat the hall ofT Trinity Council oa FMt Gray street when the officers elected twa weeks ago win take their places Trinity Council has commodious and comfortable qoar ten with accommodations for all who may attend Several additional Catholic societies decided during the put two weeks to affiliate with the Union and their delegates will be preMiit with their credentials The election of officer will be completed after whisk action wilt betaken to the adoption of the constitution and bylaws and the selection of the BoariLOlDirectonII o e A candidate for the 1 Hard in polohnwgMYT n yif ill PICNIC AND FETES Whore Young and Old May Enjoy Themselves Next Week Father Whites Friends Will Celebrate 1lomtnynt Phoenix Hill Holy Cross Lawn Fete Will Attract Thousands of Visitors PROCEEDS FOR SWEET CHARITY The lawn fete for the benefit of Holy Cross Church Thirtysecond and Broad way of which Rev B A Cunningham is the zealous and popular pastor will be given at the residence of Henry Koch Thirtieth and Broadway next Tuesday and Wednesday evenings and the indil cations are that this will be more popular and enjoyable than any similar event of the season in the West End The ladles and gentlemen in charge arc all interested in making this lawn fete a grand social and financial success and they feel greatly encouraged in finding tSo many friends willing to help them and leather Cunningham in their noble work The grounds are pleasantly situated and con venient to the street cars and the illumi nations and decorations will be unusuAlly brilliant and pretty The different com mittees have been working day and night for several weeks until now they are amply prepared to make happy all who attend The following selections have been made from among the ladles and gentlemen who kindly offered their services in this work of charity DirectorsMrs Adam Riehle Mrs George McCann Miss Mollie Ahearn Messrs Stephen Keeley Adam Riehle and Col Charles Haefling TreasurersMrs William Cunningham and Harry Rademaker Committee Mesdames John Gray Charles Kelty William Pfeifer Mike Reddington Jake Ritter M Armstrong Charles Casey M Maddox Harry Brown tinii Tiiiiii iiiiifn iTiir hfiiiiiiT Brownie Shaughnessy J Young Misses Florence Eschrich Mary Eschrich C Ohlman Josie Riehle Lottie Kelty Fannie Smith Annie Zoller L Zoller Bid Riordan Katie Riordan Lizzie Mc Cormack May Wathen Ida Wathen Katie Smith Ida Sprauer Allie Bryant Nettie Fields Messrs William Pfeifer Charles Kelty Michael Kleinheinz M Kerberger E Wunderlich E Reising E Brown G C Casey M Ohlman M Armstrong Thomas McCollum R J Murphy Charles Ready Gus Webber F B Leonard J Yogng G McCrann William Cunningham Michael Redding ton and L Weyrauch During each evening there will be ren dered vocal and musical selections of a high order Mackin and Trinity Councils have accepted invitations to attend Charles Raidy and Gus Webber assisted by Mrs McCrann Mrs Casey and Miss Ohlman will look after these guests They have arranged that all may obtain souvenirsThe of sweets will be in charge of Mrs John Gray and Mrs William Whitty assisted by several attractive and winsome young ladies who promise their friends royal treatment Mrs Harry Rademaker Misses Fannie Smith Florence Eschrich Josie Riehl and Miss Zoller will conduct a fish pond Besides the foregoing there will be re freshments of all kinds at reasonable prices This is one of the smallest con gregations in the city but the progres sive spirit manifested deserves and will receive substantial encouragement from the large numbers expected both evenings The ladies and gentlemen in charge of the picnic for the benefit of St Francis of Rome church which takes place at Phoenix HUt Park Monday have corn pleted the necessary arrangements to make those who attend spend a most enjoyable afternoon and evening and it is hoped that the many friends of the popular pastor Rev Thomas White and his parishioners will by their presence encourage and help this congregation in its undertaking Several new features and amusements will be added to those usually introduced on similar occasions and a number of young ladies and gen tlemen will assist Father White in receiv ing and entertaining visitors from all parts of the city The officers who have charge of the preparations for this event declare it will surpass any yet given in the East End They have given careful consideration to every suggestion and nothing remains but for the good people to come and have a pleasant time All of the committee men are men of experience and know what goes to make a Kentucky picnic a social M welt as financial success The officers are as follows r President Owen McCann Vice President Thomas Han nan Secretary JohnDonahue Treasurerj Owen Kelran- Mesers J X Kewwck George Martin Len Merita e Thomae Fitzgerald Ham Merimee and William Martin are meat ben of a Res11 committee that by provided anumber of h udomeiprfejM that maybe captured by tboM who will- baclm otLk theirhead U mturksotpdttee They will be assisted by a number of gentlemen and the devotees of terpsi- chore may trip the light fantastic to their hearts content The ladies will serve an elegant old fashioned Kentucky dinner and supper for which only a nominal charge will be made The dining room will be under the charge of Mrs Conrad Orth assisted by the ladies of the Altar Society Refreshments of all N kinds will be served by abevy of pretty young ladies of which Miss Hettie Donahue is chair man assisted by Misses Rosa Shea Katie Murray Nellie Hannan Mary Fitzgerald Sallie Hannan Genevieve Conroy Nellie Donahue Lillian Burke Annie Flaherty and others Monday night should witness the largest crowd of the season at Phoenix lUll All who possibly can should at tend and have a good tim- eDEMOCRACY All Parts of the Country Now Organizing For Coming Campaign The Democrats in all parts of the Union are alive to the importance of the present campaign which will wind up either with success or disaster in November All will depend on the efforts made by each individual having a vote The great aim now is to make the National Association of Democratic Clubs as strong as possible all over the country In small towns in the interior as well as In the large ones organization must be time watchword It is believed by time officers of the association that if Demo crats throughout time Union can be as thoroughly organized as they have been already Iin the great cities the enormous power of the party will be of such magni tude that no combination of wealth will be able to overcome it Every man must be put in n sort of personal relation to his party in the nation as well as the State and city Not every man can belong to a national or a State or a county com mittee but it is possible for every man to belong to a club and be a personal force in his own locality and thus by watch ing out for the tiny links that form the great Chain that chain will be able to take care of itself It is believed that every patriotic clearheaded citizen of today IfropposethtQ imperialism to mili tarism and to trusts SWeedijese constitute He policy of the present acferfajstin tioaletevery true man rise upand cry gsrlnst it iUttIi1 igltyfcry ttia t1 will arouse timecitadelsof apathy and in difference forcing the apathetic and the despairing who are being crushed by time evils of Republicanism to gird on the armor of right and strike a blow for the good of his party by casting his vote From New York to Kansas City thence to Chicago and Indianapolis Democratic clubs are rapidly forming This is a time above all others in the history of our country when all true Democrats must stand by their party when November comes FOR LABOR DAY Chief Marshal Klein Names His Aides For the Parade As Labor day approaches the interest in the coming celebration grows until it has now assumed immense proportions The largest meeting thus far was held at Becks Hall last night nearly forty unions being represented Committees are now visiting the stores and business houses asking them to close on that day and many have expressed a willingness to do so Chief Marshal August Klein has named the following aides and division marshals Aides Humphrey Knecht C P Schley William Wathen and William JacobsDivision MarshalsS K Adams Gus Heicken and Perry G Dawson The reports of the various sub commit tees were very encouraging Chairman Zeno Young declaring that more enthusiasm has been manifested this year than ever before The Labor Day Committee decided to advertise the picnic in the dailies and the two official papers the Kentucky Irish American and the Journal of Labor The two latter will issue extra large editions for this occasion CALIFORNIA Interesting Letter From Dan Harnedy Formerly of Louisville An interesting letter was received here last week from Dan Harnedy formerly of the Hibernian Knights and a wellknown resident of this city who removed to California last fall Since leaving Louis vine he has been to Honolulu but re turned to San Francisco about two months ago to accept a position in the Union Iron Works Mr Harnedy continues his interest In Hibernian circles and is now Secretary- of Division 9 of San Francisco He also attended the State convention at Oak laud which surpassed auy within his memory He reports the Ancient Order of Hibernian strong and popular on the tover 10000 people attending the outitfiWithhandsome pres- enttfOr little Miss Mary McCarthy the wetty daughter of Joe McCarthy ad- faqniriea tour iris many friend in Digs 4 ilCote paay Aar ty FRANKFORT Making Great Preparations for f the Fall Street Fair and Carnival r Delegate to the Grand Council of the Young Mens Institute Extra Session ofthe Legislature Will Bo Called to Meet Soon PERSONAL AND SOCIETY NEWS NOTES Special KentuckyIrish FRANKFORT Kv Aug 2Allarrange- ments are now being perfected by the various committees to make the Frankfort street fair and carnival September 26 to 28 one of the grandest affairs in the his tory of the Capital City Accommoda tions will be ample for large crowds from neighboring towns and assurance has been given that there will be people from enterprisingGeorge Stehlin John Brislan D P Davis Joseph Newton George Harper- W B Bridgeford and a score of others at the head it is a foregone conclusion that the fair and carnival this year will far surpass previous ones and furnish the grandest four days of solid fun frolic and pleasure ever witnessed in this city Cordial invitations have been extended all Kentuckians to attend On Tuesday evening a very interesting meeting of Lambert Young Council was held when a great deal of important busi ness was transacted prominent among which was the election representatives to the Grand Council of the Young Mens Institute which convenes in Louisville the first week in September President W II Ollberman was unanimously cho sen delegate while M A Collins was named as alternate by acclamation President Ollberman is one of the most zealous and hard working members of Lambert Young Council and certainly deserves the highI honor conferred upou h se and active member and takes a deep in terest in everything pertaining to the goodand welfare of the order and the advancement of Council 161 Brother Ollberman will probably be one of the youngest members ever sent to the Grand Council and it goes without saying that Frankfort will be ably represented by its young delegate and alternate The members of St Aloysius Society of this city will give their third annual picnic at Cove Spring Park next Wednes day All the usual attractions for picnics will be found on the grounds during the afternoon and evening and dancing will be indulged in till 12 oclock A good game of base ball between Frankfort and Versailles will also be one of the attrac Lions for the afternoon An oldfashioned Kentucky dinner and supper will be served and a good time guaranteed all who attend Among the many pretty and attractive visitors to the Capital City this week is Miss Lona Lee of New Albany Miss Lee by her amiable disposition and charming manner made many friends in this city while here on previous visits The Elite Social Club which was or ganized as a temporary dancing club severalweeks ago was made permanent last week when the following officers were elected for the coming fall and winter seaso- nPresidentWilliam Lutkemeier Jr Vice PresidentEmmet Noonan Recording Secretary W C Newman Financiall SecretaryDennis J Mc NamaraTreasurerJohn Gayl- eSergeantatArmsJohn Dolan The club starts with twentyeight charter members and Very bright pros pects for success A boat excursion up the river hay ride parties and dances at Cove Spring Park are among the many entertainments to be given in the near future Col D P Davis the wellknown street fair promoter spent a few days this week in Cincinnati combining business and pleasureW Lutkemeier and D P Davis spent last Thursday in Georgetown where they attended the Elks reception Miss Jessie ODell one of Lawrence burgs most charming young ladies Is in the city visiting her sister Mrs Prof NealJohn Dolan spent last Sunday in Georgetown There seems to be quite- an attraction there for Jack as he has of late been making frequent trips to the Belle of the BluegrassrIt is now authoritatively stated that there will be a called session of the Ken tucky Legislature about August Jfi or September 1 to consider amendments to the Goebel election law D J M ENJOYED THEMSELVES The friends of the Street Railway Employee Union to the number of thou Muds attended the picnic given Monday night at Phoenix Hill President WHHani Jacobs VicePrudent Smith amid Chair iian Dave Burke deserve JucJieredtt for a its success During the evening a uurn bet of pleating specialties were rendered followed by an amoving cake walk MoriMch and Scully funedtite musk aadal1 present enjoyed themselves u 4 pi iiitiMiMiiii T u 1 I I d 33i1 T CKY IRII9S A1 I RJcANit KENTUCKY IRISH flMERMN Devoted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans WI7LIA1K M HIGGINS hubl3aslier SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 5C Rtttcrcdnt the toulsvIUo Postotfice as SecotidCInss Matter Aichers all COlJlmllAlcalions to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 West Green Streett a LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY AUGUST 4 1900 DEPLORABLE INDEFENSIBLE The assassination of King Hum bert of Italy is deplorable and utterly indefensible King Humbert had his faults but he was neither ia tyrant nor malefactor of his people indeed he was noted for his favors and kindly nets to the poor in his kingdom It is but another illustration of the fanaticism of anarchy which professes to aim at the redress of popular grievances by destroying tyrants and oppressors of the people Assassination or any other criminal means can can not be jus tified no matter what the object though it may be claimed to be so in some rare instances where cruell and arbitrary rulers have been Y removed But the assassination of King Humbert recalls a few facts somewhat I remarkable He was the fourth victim of the assassin the President of France the Prime Minister of Spain the Empress of Austria and King Humbertnone- Ot whom was a tyrant or oppres sor but on the contrary noted as friends and benefactors as rulers and individually to the poor and also that in every instance the assas sin was an Italian Were the vic tims likewise Italians it would only be looked upon as a result of national traits and quarrels a home affair As it is the governments of the world must come to recog nize that there is an element of Italians that is to be placed under the ban and excludedX from tlieir t r rritory rsOfs caurse this emu rue of the Italians as a people but the bandit element of ancient times is by no means extinct in that coun try and like their ancestors do not confine their deeds of cruelty to their own race A SCABBY TRICK Despite their occasional fits of economy the City Council has generally shown a disposition to treat labor fairly and refused to be cajoled into seeking or encouraging cheapness to the extent of ignoring the known wishes of the labor unions It is known however that there are a few members who have no love for organized labor whose ideas of economy arc of the cheap screw order and are striving too make a record as a basis for future political prefermentseveral hay ing the Mayoralty bee buzzing in their bonnets But thesfe have failed heretofore to even indirectly injure labor as they are known and watched by labors friends Hence when on last Tuesday night both boards of the Council with only one dissenting vote passed a reso lution to receive bids and award a contract for city printing in defiance of the ordinance requiring the 1ul ntabela direct slap in thS face to the Typographical Union the leading labor organization the printers were dumbfounded and Jloath to believe it but they lost no time in verifying the fact Then as it developed that it was true and also that it was accomplished- by a sneaking trick the printers were hot The Typograpical Union arbitrarily bars partisan politics from its or wutiion and the yecord Frog potit leal contests ina Ktonion and even its offiPHHRRkmbers hays observed its rigid law and refrained froift partisan utterances and acts They have only sought from the city and State such legis lation M was neceMary to protect their craft and their rights as craftsmentand Iheydid this in an r open and legitimate way They are not politicians1nor fs their union in any senses a political organization aud they will not allow it to be used as sjich But they do insist that politicians shall let them alone and above all that politicians shall deal honorably with them The politician who invades the printers preserves and seeks tto I play them a scurvy trick will learn as some have learned to their sor row and discomfiture that the printers though not politicians can and will teach them a few points in the art The printers are fully aware who are their friends and who are their enemies in the City Hall and it did not take then long to find out all about the scab resolution of Tuesday night and before sunset on Wednesday they had arranged to have that resolution headed off indeed nullified till the next meeting of the Council and even then it will have to be reenacted and every member placed on record before it can be passed If it should be again passed the printers have another card up their sleeve but this is further on They will fight it out to a finish and will not spare the real motive and purpose of some Council members who profess to be so solicitous of city interests and the dear people They have axes to grind and political schemes to gratify and this Ii scab printing resolution is along that line The move of the printers having exposed the true nieaVngcIf the resolutioujisrtfeTras prevents its enforcement Aldermen and Own cilnieunow declare they did not 1 un4estap 11i and wtUhavell reconsidered and the usual resolu tion ordering the printing in the proper jvay with the union label passed We will see We are dis posed to be lenient and fully recog nize the tendency of humanity to errand if this action be taken the majority of them may escape with a whole hide But there are at least two who can not claim they did not understand itAlderman Munn and Councilman Brandeis they worked the trick and not only did they fully know its purport and object but acted in collusion in carrying it through The manner in which they worked the scheme the circum stances and opportunity and the fact that the printers had been warned that a certain nonunion printing firm was seeking to open the way to get city printing all taken together show up those two gentlemen Under the original resolution as passed by the Coun cil the union label would have been required on the printing When it was sent to the Aldermen Mr Munn amended itso as to require the City Buyer to award the contract to the lowest bidder under an ordinance governing the City Buyers office on general coup tracts dodging the label ordinance which applies to printing only and it passed only Alderman Col ston voting nay Qu its return to the Council it was Councilman Brandeis who moved reconsideration of the vote on the original and to adopt the amended resolution and it passed without opposition and Mr Brandeis took advantage of Mr Shepards absence from the room to work his scurvy trick Mr Shepard knowing nothing of the matter till after the board adjourned So Messrs Munn and Brandies need not bother about ex plaining their record iis already made on the labor question Mf Shepard whose record OB the labor question ever since his e1ectionht1onecif devotion and earnest work in its be lwymad tSfhen informed of the action of the Councill i be in still Wad- S tS JO r fl r fJJ about it surf that he wilt call for an accounting and defeat of the IC scabresolution at the next tweeting can be fully relied on It the meantime the printers will be alert and ready and all other union men will do well to do likewise Well the ShanghaiLondon liar has been completely knocked out in his persistent and cruel lies about the murder of the foreign Minis ters and other atrocities in Pekin even England at last accepting the truth of the report from Minister Conger verified as it is by reports from other Ministers including its own But there is not a word of explanation of the cruel lies insisted on by the ShanghaiLondon cable What can be the purpose of Eng land in such a course is hard to imagine Now the allies with ia Russian Admiral in chiefcommand have started on the march to Pekin to rescue the Ministers and other foreigners and enforce compliance with treaty obligations although London still insists the allies are not yet ready for such a move and must first decide who is to lead and what the demand shall be The allies including the United States seem to have settled all the prelim inaries started to Pekin and will decide on the demands after they get there and learn the situation What woiries England is that the world dares to move without her leadership advice or assistance and she will not be in a position to dictate terms and get the lions share of spoils if any are to be divided The Lion is not king as he used to be and jg therefore sulky and angry but dare not roar too loud Some of the members of the City Council and their newspapers are charging that Mayor Weaver the City Buyer and Executive Boards are unfriendly lo organized labor We do not care to mix up in the City Hall wrangle but the record speaks for itself on the labor ques tion and does not sustain the afore said Councilmen and their news- papersi Tff certainAldermenandtYlCattitcm men tvercla J rauljatidtrue- to laborfs interests as the Mayor and his boards have proven up to date organized labor would have little cause for complaint But for the Mayor to his credit it must be admitted the scab printing resolution of last Tuesday night would be a go for this once anyhow but His Honor saysUnit aud that knocks it unless the Council repasses it Facts are facts gentlemen William OBrien has once more triumphed over the Dublin Castle coercionists who the other day tried to have him attached at the Castlebar assizes for an article which had appeared in the Irish People denouncing the conduct of certain judges for attempting to frustrate the work oT the United Irish League and carry out the British programme of misrule The purpose was to place William OBrien in jail The Crown was defeated and OBrien and his coun sel and friends walked off free men to the great joy of their friends and the men of Castlebar Ballard Smith the widely known newspaper man died this week at Waverle Mass after protracted ilijlness He was a graduate of J Yearsrago he was on the Cburief Journal and the Ledger of this city being managing editor off both at different times While here lie was very popular and counted the printers as among his best friends The United States Census Bureau has given the population of Louis vine at 204731 an increase of 43602 during the past ten years This is a verY creditable showing and much credit therefore is due Supervisor Caron and Assistant Stephen Smith Who were very careful in their work Monsignor Gambons quiet re turn home this week disposes of the many rumors current during the part month Jle went tq Rome to attend tie Jjubilee aad Ior recreation and pleasure and the rtoaona assigned for his absence by the pusyD appear most ludicrous to biJDl SOCIETY Mrs George Hoertz is home from Cin cinnati Mrs Dennis Shanahan left for Chicago yesterday i Miss Margaret Madden left Tuesday for Atlantic City Miss Ora Magruder of this city is vis King relatives in Lebanon Junction Miss Mary Doherty of Jeffersonville spent last Sunday with friends iu Cincinnati Miss Elva Donahue who has been vis iting in Madison is again at her home in JeiTersonville Miss Maggie Yentier has returned home after a pleasant visit with friends in Cincinnati Miss Anna ONeillta New Albany so cial favorite Iis spending her vacation at Wyandotte Cave fm Miss Adele Kampfniueller has returned from Cincinnati where she visited for the past three weeks Misses Dolly Hums and Mary Coucan non have been spending the week with friends in Cincinnati Friends of Nick Furlong will be sorry to learn that he has been ill at his home 011 East Walnut street Miss Martha Ililson of Terre Haute is the guest of her aunt Miss Emm Hoerr Cliarltoii avenue Miss Irene Corcoran has returned from Logan port Ind after a two weeks stay as the guest of Fred Senning Miss Ida Filley and little sister Blanche of New Albany are visiting their aunt Mrs ODonnell of Shelby ville Miss Nell Drown and Allie Cullen are enjoying a two weeks visit with Mrs George Woodring at New Hope Mis Gertrude Quintan and Miss Jessie Head have been spending the past ten days with Mrs Spralt Lewers at Prospect Mrs Dan Finnegan of Jeffersonville had as guests this week her two charming sisters the Misses Debends of Madison Misses Agnes Walsh and Rosalind Goodwin haVe returned to Mount Ster ling after a pleasant visit with the Misses Cahill Thomas Cody and wife West Jefferson street are expected home today from St Louis where they have been visiting friends The Misses Hannah and Emily Taylor have gone to visit their parents at Cler mont whose guests they will be until 1 ojhooUl prc1 wt ItJtrr ti V MissJosepliiue uattiugly 1t JtaJ been visiting relatives at St Marys was given a delightful reception by Miss Annie Thompson Miss Lula Dalton who is with friends in Cincinnati will+ visit New York before returning to Louisville She will be ab sent until October r The Misses Ilaiinan Baxter avenue had as their guestthis week their pretty and accomplished cousin Miss Genevieve Hamian of Chicago Misses Mary and Cus Keane and brother Tom of Memphis Tenn are visiting their grandmother Mrs Mary Fitzgerald 016 Springstreet John Heffernan of Shelbyville was here visiting friends the first part of the week Rumor has it that when he again returns home he will not go alone Tom Doyles railroad friends are ten dering him their congratulations as they have had a tip that he will llead a young Limerick lady to the altar next month Miss Edna Long who has been the guest of Mrs Richard Burke Twenty second aud Portland avenue will carry home nary pleasant recollections of her visit Joe Lynch for years an enthusiastic Hibernian is jubilant over the arrival at his home this week of a sturdy little knight Mother and son are both re ported doing well Tom Barry Jim Sweeney Rich Lan gan Dave Owens Jim Kerins and Eddie Houlihan comprised a party which went up on the boat last Tuesday for a few days stay in Cincinnati Mrs Mary Shea and daughter Miss Katie accompanied by Miss Ella Rankin left last Sunday evening for a trip through Tennessee and Mississippi They will rot return for several weeks The arrival of a lovely boy visitor ex plains the exceeding happiness of Patrick Wilson who resides at 440 East Main street The mother and child arc doing nicely and the proud father has been kept busy receiving congratulations Mike Carroll of Nineteenth and Port land avenue has been kept busy since Wednesday tnoruing receiving the con gratulations of his friends upon the ar rival of another sturdy young son Mike says the boy has already declared himself for Bryan Among the notable weddings of the xweek was that of Miss Anna Beta aged Chris Smith Both are wellknown sad popular in social circles attdtenjoy the friendship ofhoet of people who with them a life of uaalloyed Iwpplnew and prosperity one of lie mo t interfcitlug weddings ott eopia Jdenoutdlle Kill take pJsa Monday ntoraingat 8 oclock the OQ Directing patient being Dale Strattou and Hiss Pearl Sweeney who U known arono of the loveltentaad mat attractive rung ladles IiI tamtam IadM4a Alter t j the wedding breakfast the young couple will leave for the East to spend their honeymoon The Old Kentucky Club an organiza tion of little ladies and future belles of the West End enjoyed a delightful outing and basket picnic at Shawnee Park last Thursday afternoon Prominent among the members are Misses Evelyn Shea Blanche Tierney Virginia Shea Mary Tierney Norine Shea Ruth Ken nedy Mamie Cline Clara Kennedy Smith and McBride and Master Freddie Holtheidc The little folks were chape roned by Mrs George J Shea and Mrs Mike Tierney FATHER HEISING Mathematician Logician and Theologian of First Grade The Rev John Heising who died last Saturday evening and was buried Tues day was a clergyman well beloved by Englishand German speaking priests and his unexpected death cast a deep gloom over St Vincent de Pauls congre tion and the entire community rather Heising was not only a faithful progress ive and popular pastor but a true priest of great learning though his lack of English handicapped his display of knowledge He was a mathematician logician aud theologian of the first grade a fellow student and competitor of Rever end Drs Miller and Sale a superior to the latter of whom the world can not today produce though a few equals he may have He had been the pastor of St Vincent de Pauls for the past twentysix years which under his pastorate has grown to large proportions For some time he was stationed at St Marys on Eighth street Only last year he celebrated his silver jubilee which was a memorable event in the annals of St Vincent de Pauls One of Father Heisings fine features was the great interest he took in the young men of his congregation many of whom owe their present success to his watchful care and friendship His funeral took place Tuesday morn ing and was largely attended all the local clergy and many from a distance being present among them Dr Miller of Syracuse formerly of St Anthonys Both Bishop McCloskey ant rather Miller preached and paid high tribute to the deceased clergyman SUGAR GROVE Tho New Albany Hibernian Will Celebrate There Monday The excursion of the New Albany Hibernians to Sugar Grove Monday has for some time been an assured success largel2iietnedyaudDanWalahJoha1Vi nniiOHara John McBarrou and others have for several weeks past been making the necessary arrangements which now guarantee those who attend a day of real pleasure and enjoyment Invitations are extended the members of the divisions of this city and Jefferson ville to accompany their New Albany brethren and as this will be the last opportunity this season many are expected Quite a number of attractions will be exhibited at the grove and the reception committee will make every thing interesting for their guests and friendsDivision No1i1of New Albany had a largelyjaltended meeting Thursday even ing Two more Higginses were added to the membership which continues to enjoy a steady growth After the trans action of the regular business the mem bers enjoyed themselves with a smoker which was enlivened by songs and short talks The progress of this division dur ing the past year has been phenomenal and the present officers predict that before January 1 they will have nearly every IrishAmerican in New Albany enrolled HOME AGAIN Cols John and James Whollen and their wives and D X Murphy arrived here from their three months European trip Thursday afternoon They left im mediately for their respective summer homes In the country The party visited Rome Paris and all the large cities and say they were particularly delighted with the reception given them and Ute sights they saw in Ireland All are enjoying the best health the tnp having been very beneficial The friends of the Whallens are calling upon them with greetings In large numbers ALL BUT ONE Preuss Review contains the following- A preacher once tested the effects of hard times upon his congregation by re marking at the close of his sermon II Let everybody in this house who pays his debts stand up Immediately every Ulan woman and child with one exception rose to their feetHe seated the crowd andsaid OfLet everyman who is botpaying his debts stand up The exception noled a careworn hungry individual clothed in his last summer suit slowly assume a perpen dicular position and leaned upon the back of the seat in front of him 11 How is Itmy friend that you are the only sum in the congregation who is unable ttb meet his obligations t 11 publish a newspaper He meekly replied and my brethren here are my subscribers an- duJet ur pray excinni d the inin lstettt The fMUot flowing riyer Iiarthe world ii thee ptJjjjtijJadia Jw dpscent b 11000 feet in 180 mW the greattpopnlarlladieaf throat ilteUiY i r 7 r i 11 tf 1h I toII Louisville Parlors II t 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aIrish News Church News V r 4 Society News Home News Labor News v Sporting News It is a FirstClass Weekly Journal which is printed and mailed on Fridays so that its city readers may take advantage of the announcements it contains and be directed1 1where to make their Saturday purchases 1it r This will result in great benefit to out D f advertiserswhoshould hremember the fac it io 1 j1t I 7if4that it has the Official Indorsement of the r CENTRAL LABOR UNION And the Representatives of the Trades Unions of Louisville YBe Sun 6riDtlon Price ISIIIY 1 jf PER YEARM Invariably in advance and for this small sum thehi i brighest cleanest newsiest Irish American newspapers in the United States We will endeavor to furnish our readers a fearless M liberal and honest publicationone that may be relied upon for its every word I SUBSCRIBE NOW i i t v vV y i W W X 4 f Advertisers Will serve their interests best by sending in their copy as early in the weekas possible They will find that advertisements placed in this paper will be productive of the best results as it now has a very large circulation among the best class of our citizens x j Address all Correspondence and Business Gomniuni cations to the si Y- t 1 326W 81 GREiM STREET c ir FATHER GAMBON 1 The Popular Hector of St Pat ricks Homo From Ills European Trip Visitedl IrclaricVaml Reports HerfPeople Prosperous and Happy No Foundation For the Rumors Current DuringIils Absence HIS HEALTH GREATLY BENEFITED I Monsignor Thomas F Gambon the popular rector of St Patricks church whose absence from the city gave rise to many unofficial rumors and surmises within the past two months arrived home Wednesday from Europe enjoying excellent health and greatly benefited by his trip During his absence he journeyed from Dublin to Cork Ireland and reports the people tliere as prosperous and happy Monsignor Gambon left the city quietly to be present at the jubilee in Rome and for recreation and pleasure and expressed surprise to the reporters that his name had been suggested for the place of Auxilary Bishop of the Louisville diocese one of whom quotes hint as follows It is all a shamall bosh and talk and there is not n word of truth in it I have never for a moment considered the appointment a possibilityand am sure there is no foundation for it It probably grew out of my pleasant relations with the local ministry- In Rome Father Gambon was the guest of Cardinal Satolli attending the jubilee and having an audience with the Holy Father While there he met Fathers Walsh Hayes Westerman and other Americans While away he also toured France Germany and Switzerlandand visited the Paris Exposition Regarding his observations and impressions of the venerable Pope Leo he spoke as follows II He is a most wonderful man His intellect is as keen as ever although physically he is very weak He is now in his ninetysecond year and he is physically as feeble as a baby But his mind is sound and clear as a bell He grasps the most intricate problems with a readiness that is really marvelous He is also in excellent spirits Of course the war between England and the Boers has preyed upon him but he bears all troubles with great fortitude On June 10 the Holy Father attended the solemn function in commemoration of the mar tyrs More than 50000 people were present in the great Cathedralandas he passed among tbem withblessin s upou hTAlIps the scene was truly inspiring On that occasion he was carried in the gestatorla upon the shoulders orsix strong men- Monsignor Gauibonp return was as quiet as his departure Had it been known in time there is no doubt he would have received an enthusiastic reception from his parishioners and friends of all denominationsaaaaaraaaaaararaa arraaaaaar CHAFFI aairaaarr aarairrrara eaaaaaaa Miss Phoebe Meeks a New York spinster of elght three years is about to die For sixtyfive years she has sat behind closed shutters never permitting herself to be seen by any mortalexcept her sister When eighteen years of age a misunderstanding between her and her sweetheart caused a separation of these two though they were about to marry The story is very pathetic but the inci dent of misunderstanding might have been a blessing in disguise Had it not occurredand events followed all to her liking she might have been wishing dur ing those sixtyfive years that she had had n quarrel with this Mercury who tookwings to himself and flew away a quarrel deep enough to reach the In ferno and drag thence the shades that flitted thither from the brain of Dante V It would seem that Macauleys prophecy concerning our country may not be far off Unless as he said some Caesar or government will be as fearfully plundered and laid waste by barbarians in the twentieth century as the Roman Empire was in the firth with this difference that the Huns and vandals who ravaged the Roman Empire came from without and that our Huns and vandals will have been en gendered within our own country These nlonopoUestruslsand and children at home hungry because of the dreadful shadow of concentrated wealth which is cruel and debasing to the laborer in his cottage as well as a menace to the declaration that all men are equallI These are some of theIIbar banana that we have to fear Let every man who has his countrys good at heart conscientiously go forward to the support of the Democratic nominee who has pledged Jiiniself to the destruction of trusts and to the deliverance of those whose only recompense in a few yearn more of oar prsenttate of affairs will be a few cents for a days wages and the sweat that Will roll down his cheeks tA beautiful letter from Pope Leo XIII has been addressed to the Cardinalon- the ntuatiou in binnegnat prin ciple of charity which forbid vengeance and inaamcre Use univenalrulrotcblr- ity t toward all jrien permeate all his ro uss lea and follow 1fkg a gentle wall through the entire letter He began 1for1 c asnlV + LT 4 y r + l f IRISHH OCIEiYDIRECTORY A O IID- IVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Mouth President Thomas J Dolan Vice PresidentTim J Sullivan Recording Secretary L IX Perranda Financial SecretaryPeter J Cusick 1011 Bank stree- tTreasurerJohn Muilo- ySergeantatArmsJohn Killeen SentinelTim Lyons DIVISION 2 Meets on the Second and Fourth Thurs day Evenings of Each Month President William T Meehan CampfieldRecording Financial Secretary John T Keaney 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiran DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Wednesday Evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn Cavanaugh Vice President Michael Hoban Recording Secretary N J Sheridan Financial Secretary James Coleman 117 Twentieth TreasurerGeorge J Butler- DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fouth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Recording SecretaryJohn Grogan Financial SecretaryGeorge Flahiff 120 East Gray street LanganTreasurerHarry Sergeant at ArmsJerry Hallahan- Senting lWilliam Ansbro DIVISION 1 NEW ALBANY ThursdayEvenings Pjesident Din Walsh Vice PresidentJohn Winn Recording SecretaryJohn P Flynn Financial Secretary James OHara TreasurerJohn McBarron DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaus HalleReillyPresidentRobert Vice PresidentJohn Kinney Recording SecretaryDan Gleason Financial Secretary Frank Hogan TreasurerMichael Keune- yIRISHAMERICAN SOCIETY Meets at Hibernian halt First and Third Thursday Evenings of Each Month PresidentCharles P Feeney First Vice President Thos D Claire MurphyRecording ByrneTreasurerThomas TarpeySergeant01m KenneySentinelTlmotby heathens who sit in the valley of death and know it not Ills desire is that we address humble prayers to the Almighty that lIe may inspire jl1 all thoughts of concord and IeAd1J jti may thus put aii ettdHo rpm and to massacre rSKaiser Wilhelni is determined that his countrymens death shall be avenged and that the contempt shown Germany by the massacre oilier sons and representatives be punished to the last ex treme Cardinal Rampolla begs the powers to stay the arm of vengeance and Pope Leo invokes the prayers of Chris tendom for Christians in Chinese terri tory and the conversion of the heathen The sentiments of both rulers are at such variance concerning the brutalized China men that Christians are bewildered which is the better way to do A good dose of both medicines might be the best way out Foreign countries spend enormous sums on secret service France and Rus sia have agents everywhere and there are very few secrets of any nation that they do not know In the employ of all Governments there are men who will betray the secrets of their country for money Russia spends annually C150 000 on her secret service Germany and France each spend close on to L600000 and Itally ane half as much and about the same is paid annually to the agents of Austrias secret service In many of the larger cities North secondhand bookstores forma curious and entertaining study to an observer These stalls are frequented by all sprts of interesting people mostly students in search of good books no longer new and selling for a small siyn Occasionally can be seen welldressed statelylooking men come in examine carefully the different works standing in rows on the shelves and pass out again quietly not having seen the particular volume they desired Every book that is written has some one for a purchaser in some corner of the earth there is a croak who wants just that particular work This has been an incentive to many to write books that ought to have been destroyed before they were published Again some very fine things may he bad in these secondhand book stalls Good Virgils Horaces Roman histories and Grecian and occa sionally excellent Lingarda and Rollins may be seen In a little old shop on Jefferson street near Eighth one can find many excellent books some old and valuable for small bums of money and a half hour spent in looking them over Is a pleasant recreation en a dull day ANNIE NKVIN CUNNINGHAM COUNTY BOARD Last Saturday night the CountyBoard of the Ancient Order of Hibernians elected officers for the ewaicg year and starts oil under most favorable circum nceTbe ieletiiioa of Joint Car anaJrb and John Mulloy fof VicPrMi dent and Treasurer add great strength to the execntira branch aDd with such men behind them aa John Heaneaay Thomaa Doles and Will Hjitehao accea is assured There ie a general desire that the board and divl dons of Jefferson county Iia joint uterUlnnwnt this f t fE 5 f GENERAL LAFAYETTE When first Columbias patriot sons Rose up to strike the blow That cleared a way for liberty And foiled their countrys foe They got from some but cold contempt I While others cast a frown And sneering said such malcontents Should hang by Britains crown Still on they went those gallant men With hearts for freedom steeled And often brought the Briton down On many a bard fought field Yet all seemed vain their hearts wCle sad When empty coffers told That they must soon give up the fight For want of men and gold In that dark day of deep distress When fortune seemed to fail From out a friendly foreign port One gallant friend set sail Yes far away in sunny France Brave Lafayette obeyed The dictates of a noble heart To hurry to their aid And now upon that westbound ship Like the needle to the pole He scans the red horizons brim While the dark waves round him roll Before him lies the ocean wide Behind a princely home Yet alls forgot but Washington- As he dashes through the foam His grand resolve and gallant mien Won Captain crew and mate To urge the ship to greater speed Lest she should come too late So when at length they reached the shore He leaped upon the land And quickly found Columbias son Who shook his noble hand It was the most affecting scene That could perhaps take place When Washington held Lafayette Within his fond embrace For Lafayette brought men and gold To aid that noble cause Which God himself to man proclaimed By His eternal laws And here twould seem twas heaven de That he arrived in time creed To be an aid of Washingtons Upon the Brandywiuc On the morning of the battle Ere the bugler blew a breath lie moved in Patrick Henrys words For liberty or death Then reining round his fiery steed He leads that gallant lire Which surges like a mighty wave Along the Brandywine As onward passed his rushing charge No foemcn lived behind They died or fled the battlefield Like chaff before the wind And thus they fought through every fight Till Englands flag came down And Lafayette by freedoms right Had sprung into renown So Lafayettes a General now Brave Frances gallant son s Was cheered iiaColuntb ear The next to Waanrtgb iv Because but fofhis timely aid The day was near at hand When Washington would sink in death With all that glorious band Remembering then these services Those flags should ever twine That fought the foe together on The banks of the Brandywine For freedoms sons can neer forget While Liberty lights the world That France gave first the guarantee That kept their flag unfurled For justice then and gratitude The freedom valor won Must eer reflect the love of France And of her gallant son Then Washington and Lafayette And France with Ma can shine While freedoms stars maintain their place Above the Brandywine And so while we live united thus Let mutual commerce flow Well send you meat America yields And youll send us Bordeaux Reserve Officer OLoughlin CHINAMEN No Other Nation Has So Many Secret Organizations It is said that nowhere in the world isI there so much secrecy as there is in the makeup of the Chinese No other nation has so many secret organizations and nowhere else are so many silent signals used in daily life Whether the Chinaman remains at home in the Flowery Kingdom or treads the soil of the hated foreigner he carries with him those deft signals that enable him to communicate silently with his brethren entirely unknown to the European He Is always an adept at cunning and mystery An interesting system of theirs is sig nalling with tea cups and saucers and rice bowls during meals The dishes placed in a great variety of positions upon tables mean a lot of things They are to say the least prolific in Ideas in that they can be communicating with one another at meals not only by the usual mode of speech but also by having the dishes in use at the meal car tying on a silent conversation also They are extremely superstitious A class called the Pried have since the recent nprislug nailed atrip of red cloth over the doorways to keep evil spirits away These with bunches of green bamboo in the corners of the room as a protection against violence are wppoted to 1be a sort of propitiation to their gods Glasgow had about 9000Q more inhabitants than Liverpool South Africa ia of volcanic origin and the land In the vicinity of Klmbwly i aoo nlphurou that even ant can not exfct upon it- Railroads of Bui andWttJjyahar- ecenUrbeenbIted to that one can now travel from one end of the ialand to UK otter 1st two days i t r FOR THE BES- 1GROCERIES FRESH MEATS A- NDVEGETABLES GO TO WILLIAMM MEHLL Corner Fifteenth and Maple Sts Try my own make orIIQulck Yeast 25c per pound Brown Leghorn ggs- CENTS5CHARLES JACQUES 2422 St Xavier LayTwelvehensJan12y Feb 20 March 187 A pril 133 May 142 June 118 July 137 Aug 151 Sept 152 Oct 83 Nov 83 Dec 15V V WELLINGTONI Seventeenth and Walnut Sts DEALER IN PINE MEATS AND i GROCERIES- AT REASONABLE PRICES Your Patronage Solicited Telephone 923Y ADOLPHUSU GGOLDSTEIN 8SON- Eyes N Examined and masses Scientifically Adjusted Satisfaction Guaranteed Scientific Practical Opticians 544 FOURTH AVENUE RfAGANS EXCHANGE S W Cor Preston and Market Wines Liquors and Cigars Hot Soup and Warm Lunch t pOGEft NOMLTY Wines Liquors And Cigars X COOL LAGER ON DRAUGHT i N W Cor 21st and Portland I t Clearys Exchange 124 First Street WINES LIQUORS 1 CIGARS- ONLY BEST BRANDS HOT LUNCH FROM 10 TO 1 MOORES PLflGE 1621 PORTLAND AVE Largest and Coolest Glass of Beer on the Avenue FINE WHISKY A SPECIALTY WINES AND CIGARS M1 MURPHY DEALER IN- GROCERIES PRODUCE MMEATS- Wines Llqnon Feed Hv and Grain N f Cor titventtenth and Portland ire WHEN YOU VI- SITLIMERICK CALL UPON John HickeySEVENTH AND OAK Cool Lager and Warm Lunch Never Run Out FAHEYS EXCHANGE JOHN B FAHEY Prop NE Cor Seventh arid Market Choice Wines Liquors and Cigars Telephone 3044A LOW KATES WESTRAILROAD BARGAIN DAYS VIA THE MONQN ROUTE Tickets will be sold by the Moaon Route from Louisville Ky to points in Athena British Columbia Colorado Idaho Iowa Manitoba Minnesota Mon taaa Nebraska New Mexico North Da kotaOregoui South Dakota Utah Wash Northern Wisconsin and Wyo wingiat one firstclasa fare plus f200 for rocud trip on July 3 and 17 August 4 and 21Septewber 4 and 18 October 2 16 November Jand 20 and T eceniber 7 and 18 limited returning twentyone days ProapectinR parties and touriet wUl be cheerfullyfurufebedwithi sched ule and further information by addretM i PreuYerAgetsQ irt d1 t EDELENS Cut=Rate Drug Store SPECIAL PRICES Swamp Root small 35c Swamp Root large 7Gc Harpers Cephalgine 1- Bromo 5c Seltzer + i cMorphine 1 dr TOc Best Baking Powder S6c Moth Balls per Ib 5ej Sulphur per lb C- All Patent Medicines at Cost PrescrIptions a Specialty C A EDELEN- S f E Cor 17tit and Bank sts 1 1HiHiIi1IHif HhtIIM St Cloud Hotel sI3 Cor 2d ft Jefferson Sta T A FLANNELLY Proprietor I European Plan fOe 75c and 100 American Plan 2 and 250 HHI1l1ir+rrII +1 1lli4H TO Mountains akesAND Sea Shore VIA THE Big Four Route 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 W P AgentCINCINNATI s J AgentLOUISVILLE N 1OOO 1 TO MACKINAC PETOSKEYlBAY VIEW I WEQUETONSING fCHARLEVOIX I And Return PROM ZOUISVIUIJ VIA THK MONON ROUTE AND STEAMER MANITOU WEDNESDAY AUGUST IS Party Limited Apply at Once Address E H BACON D P A Louisville Ky BIG FOUR ROUTE 3 T- OIndianapolis Peoria CHICAGOAND I INDIANA and MICHIGAN BEST TERMINALS UNION DEPOT Cower Seventh St and River CITY TICKET OFFICE No 218 Fourth Ave s J GAOM3J5S XrWARRENWM P+ DEPPE A G P A CINCINNATI O illinois G6lltraIl THE FAST LINE T- OrIemphis AN- DNew OrleansT- wo Fast Trains Dally MfMPHl8 AND NfW ORlfA 8 tlMIUO Leaves Louisville 940 p m daily and is a Solid VeMibuled Gas Liqkited Train DiningCarsArriving Memphis 840 a in and New Orleans 735 p m LouisvilleMemphis Sleeper open for occupancy at 830 Pi in u IHf HfW ORH N88Pfm l gMemphisTralnwlthlhroug1Sleeping Cars On Friday this train carries a Pullman llg Carfrom louis ville to Los Angeles and San Fran cteco California without any change or delay WJMcBRIDB City Agent119OPbutth Ky t A H BMUKM npAiCbkllgo Wm Alfred Kelkrod AG PA Louisville V Y UI HO T KTi3CKY rli1llU A RI+C n2T t BP Lawn Fste lor sweet GHamy TO BE GIVEN FOR TIlE BENEFIT OP Holy Cross Church I At the Residence of Henry Koch Thirtieth and Broadway Tuesday and Wednesday Evenings AUGUST 7 AND 8 18OO- OCIOICUjCS m m m 10 OE5JVS The person cashing the largest number of tickets will be awarded a Gold Watch or Diamond Ring TAKE PARKLAND CARS f1 A THOROUGH TRAINING yBOARDOF TRADE BUILDING THIRD AND MAIN STS c LOUISVILLE KY T J WATHENS mf CREAMf M FACTORY lCREAMERY AND BAKERY l Qfl Eigbth Street Finest Vanilla and Lemon Creams per gallon 75e Sherbets all kinds per gallon 75c Brick and Euchre Cream pergallon 100 Capacity 1500 gallons per day Goods shipped afar si as 200 miles Fine Cakes made daily Special prices to churches festivals hotels dealers and everyday orders Long distance telephone 2144 II IIII II IIII a I 1 IS GranW Smiths Sons I I Funeral Directors ijj- I And Embalmers III i MISS KATE SMITH Lady Assistant and Embalmer t I Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice j =j IIIj j j 1IIIIWI44II4I II4 22ZZZSSMX3 R1 11SIIII T DRINK Ii Vi+ d 4 Hotbrail Pilsen1 frBar BREWED BY0 H SENN ACKERMAN BRE ING COJMPANYINOORPORATED TELEPHONE 452 LOUIVILLn K- Yaaaaawlaaaaa a JPARADISE rr I SAMPLE ROOM v rA S Good Liquors a Specialty Fifteen Ball Pool J M Ja HICKEY PROPRIETOR I5 Telephone 384 248 West Jefferson Str- eetaIraaaahuxaawaaaaaaaaa e JOHN ILPRA1 K WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 3090 rr LOUISVILLE KY HENRY C LAUER TELEPHONE 1140 IL FINE WINES AND LIQUORS j 407 EAST JEFFERSON ST i BRANCH HOUSE 905 W MARKET j LIVERY AND BOARDING STABLE 428 AND 430 EAST JEFFERSON STREET LOUISVILLE KY I SHETS CRYING Because She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma to CHICAGOON THE In an ELEGANT PARLOR DINING CAR- Es HBACON District P ttxr Amt LJV1UKr PRANK J RERDGenertlhaeseager Agent C H ROCKWELL Trifcc Manager W H McDOSl Pr side t and Oaiwtl Mar Yd cJo t + f cc LABOR OMPTZA VINCITi ELEVENTH ANNUAL Labor Day Parade and Picnic AT PHOENIXHILLPARKlYlonday September 3 1900UNDER THE AUSPICES OP T- HECeNTRAILABOR UNION AMISSION J10 CENTS AFTER 6 P M LADIES AND CHILDREN UNDER 12 YEARS FREE V YBODY IlSiVETIiD- M t + tt1t t IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Matthew Daly who during thrtyfiv years had been a tailor in the Ennl workhouse died suddenly at Corrovorin He lived with a family named Tierney The death of Walter Malone of Slaney street Wexfort occurred at the fine old age of eighty years The funeral to Crosstown church was very largely at tendedA named McAdam who resided at Killesher and worked on the railway was recently knocked down by an engine on the line near Enniskillen and fatally injuredRev Brother Madigan of the Christian Brothers in Wexford has been transferee to Dublin to the great and sincere regret of his pupils and the people of Wcxforc county generally The parishioners of St Marys DroQ heda have learned with regret of the de parture of Father Magee To the chit dren of the parish his leaving Drogheda is a cause for regret This year the report on the flax crop lin Baileborough district of Cavan shows large increase in the area under that crop with brands healthy and from twelve to eighteen inches long- CharlesBrassfeld car owner was killed by the falling of a wall in Lurgan He sustained a fracture of the right thigh T d contusions about the head and face Deceased i wasseviEtttijyears of age At the Ballinrobe petty sessions P P Regan Chairman of the DalHnrobe Coun cil was prosecuted for being a United Irish Leaguer Fines amounting to 270 were inflicted or in default imprisonment for twentytwo months Resolutions were passed by the Tulla Council asking all candidates for Rat Collector to withdraw in favor of Denni- Cooney one of the Glandree prisoners well known in County Clare who has been released after nearly ten years The Father Prendergast memorial erected in Monasterevan is a splendid specimen of Irish sculpture It is in the form as a Celtic cross beautifully ornamented and is both an appropriate and a worthy memorial to the hero priest of 1708 The area under the flax crop in and around Ballybay district this year show- an increase of 100 per cent over las year The brairds have not looked so well in many years Should the crop be remunerative a revival will take place in the flax growing industry While John Maultsaid a farmer was walking along Derry quay he fell Into the river A gallant attempt at rescue was made by William Mount an aged man who jumped into the river and held Maultsaid up till taken on board the ferry but he died soon after Hugh Law one of the delegates from Donegal at the great Irish national convention who pleaded earnestly for the establishment of a Catholic university is the son of the Right Hon Hugh Law who died in 1883 when Lord Chancellor of Ireland in Gladstones Government- St Columbs Temperance Hall in Derry one of the finest buildings of the kind in the kingdom wasin imminent danger of being wholly destroyed by fire which broke out in the large billiard room under the assembly hall There was considerable damage done the furni ture and fixtures PopehadBishop of Clonfert to be Coadjutor Bishop to Cardinal Moran of Sydney Australia Dr Healy is a Senator of the Royal University of Ireland and Vice President of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland The area under the flax crop in Ulster this year is greater than for the past year IB Brookborougli district the latest report stated There is a slight increase in the quantity of flax sown The crop in general looks well and would measure from one to two and onehalf feet Some fields are very uneven because of mixed eedn Recently a boating accident occurred at the spa three inilea from Tralee Ten young men after having a sail in the hey worked their boil near ttieapa and None of the men were coming on shore in a punt when the latter capsized One of tlMmtAVM unocHMcioiu when brought io shore sad remained itt that condition hoc a1onltimeA took place five miles from Dundalk net Keadypenny Honae on the road to Ardee A men named Multiand hip wife were going hemf- twtfa Dundalk when Ucart ilpsst with Up Stairs Over Bnzlloh Woolen Hills Store One Door West of the Biz Store IDEAL DENTISTR at reasonable prices at th- eMammoth Painless Dentsl Parlorsi436 and 438 W Market Street EIae Kant Gold and Porcelain Crown Bes equipped office in the city 0r BRORING0 D t D Il PROPRIETOR fatal results to Mrs Mackin When discovered the vehiclel wis1 lying on body of Mrs MackinfUvho was dead Her husband was lying unconscious on the road with a sack of flour across him Mr Mackin had only be4u married thre weeks The death of Rev James ONeill ofI Ballyclare caused great sorrow through liee diseasesfrom which he never recovered Father ONeill was born in the historic parish ofr Braid in 1837 On the farm adjoining where he was reared is the house wher- St Patrick served as the slave of Melcho I and the iinfluence of this is said to have had much to do in molding his youthful aspirationsJohn Chairman of the CorofmI Rural District Council lately visited the Tiernea prisoners Brody and Hanigan I Lotsh cont sequence of having heard of the release of the Glandree men who were convicted with them they were depressed at not being liberated also They are very thankful to the friends interesting themselves in their behalf and are not with out hope that their efforts will be crowned with success in the not distant future Patrick Connolly presided at a recent meeting of the Anaghmulleu West branch of the United Irish League when thisI resolution was unanimously adopted That we call upon the people of this parish who have not yet joined to do so at once as ve believe it to be the organ ization to which the Irish people may look for benefit to Ireland and we ex press our deep satisfaction at the result of the great national convention and its determination to maintain the supremacy of the people and to enforce discipline ini the ranks of the party At the extraordinary age of 102 years Michael Curtin Ennis passed away on July 4 During many years he had con ducted a china and delph business in the town and was known over the county fo his integrity and business qualities Owing to age he retired to private life some years ago He led a quiet and unos- tentatious life marked by munificent donations to the local charities Th new bull at the Franciscan church an the handsome high altar were his gifts and it is understood he has left bequestsAt petty sessions held in Foxford lately a not unusual exhibition of feeling toward members of the United Irish League was shown A man named Mor rison who has identified himself with eyery popular movement and who has been since the establishment of the League la Foxford aa active member was charged by the police with being under the iinfluence of drink on the last fair day in Foxford The local sergwat t on being asked M to the spans character said liRe was a useful man in this place M leader of the United League BAnd The caewa sufficient The prodding Magistrate addressing his Tory confreres aaidi M this man has tote for moaic and irith their content iimposed a fine oif ten fillings and costs offenejuereIfc r t xa r F HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes Only Division 3 met this week Arthur Campbells friends are glad he has returned Former State President Slattery lhas opened a large apothecary shop in South Framingham Mass The semiannual report of Treasurer Butler showed Division 3 to be in good condition financially The first branch of the Ladies Aux- ilIary in Onondaga county was organized last week at Syracuse State Secretary James Coleman was elected Financial Secretary by his divis ion by acclamation Wednesday night Division 43 of Arlington Mass iIs mainly composed of young men who are talking of forming a Ladies Auxiliary under its wing- Division 12 was instituted recently in Baltimore by County President Thomas Cavanaugh State President Gaffney was among the speakers The division at Pratt City Ala which lost its hall by fire of incendiary origin will soon begin the erection of a more modern and convenient building Bishop Ludden of Syracuse is quoted by the Catholic Sun us saying that the Hibernians are all good fellows He hoped they would keep on as they are HOW- e Two hundredd members of Division 1 pf Grand Rapids Aiich attended the in stallation ceremonies of the recently elected officers This division has a dra iraatic club The Ladies Auxiliary of Division 3 of St Paul celebrated their seventh an niversary last week with an ice cream social Officers for the ensuing year were also installed Division 11 of Fall River Mass is reported one of the most prosperous in the State increasing its membership eight or willereach 500 by the end of the year Division 12 of Somerville Mass added sixtyfive names to the roll last year Bernard McGrath of this division joined the order fortyseven years ago and is today as full of enthusiasm as the younger members The State and county officers met last month in San Francisco and organized new division No 20 with 100 members Addresses were delivered by Fathers Brannan and Conway State President Frank Conklin and County President Donohoe The annual county convention at Bellows Falls Vt elected D H Gray as County President The Same evening Division 2 elected and installed its officers after which all adjourned to the Riverside Hotel where a banquet and social session were enjoyed An orchestra occupied the stage and served io enliven the occasion by playing marches when necessary at the joint in stallation of officers of Division 41 and the Ladies Auxiliary of Hopkinton Mass State President Ryan made an interesting speech After refreshments were served the floor was cleared for dancing During the public installation of officers of the Ladies Auxiliary of Duluth Minn last week the retiring Vtce President Mrs Murnane was presented with a bouquet of American beauties RecordingrSecretary who has held the position for six years received a beautiful brooch studded with white pearls At the close of the interesting exercises refreshments programmedrenderedThe of Division 3 Wednesday Therershould have been a much larger attend ance of members Those absent missed hearing much that was to their advantage Presidence John Cavanaugh dis patched the business rapidly and satis factorily and Pat Holly delivered one of the most able addresses heard for some time past Several of the members have set to work and will endeavor to secure a large number of applications for this popular division OKAND QJlOF TOWN iEXCURSION to the Indiana GM Belt via Big Four route Special train leaves Sevnth street Union depot at 7 oclock a m Sunday Anifr 6 Returning train arrives In Louis roundatrip raise H follows Ruwville 1 KnigbUtowu lt ADdanon lS6 Mun ale Jl 5Alexi dria 1185 Tickets on sale at city ticket oltice218 Fourth nenne and at Union depot S J Gates OrarltiAgaat 9 JOHN B CAstr MAN ARTHUR G LANGIIAM BRUCKINRIDOB CASTLKMAU Royal Insurance Co OF LIVERPOOLI LARGEST FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY IN TilE WORLD I BARBEE ft CASTLEMAN Managers Southern Department GENERAL OFFJOESI COLUMBIA BUILDING IiY S= I Nothing sold but Cr I goods LOUISVILLE KY I NfINKftflRDRLWINGGOBrewers LOUISVILLE ttttttttftttt8ttttttt I RAFFOS I guaranteed A 1Absolutely1 place where you are treated right and money back =if you are not entirely satisfied Prices always con ZS sistent with the goodness of the goods New lines 3 of highgrade articles constantly in stock You will Slike to trade here once you have tried it 2 Hauling and Moving Attended To 3= 321 IWESTI 1 I IIIIiuIUIUUUi11UU111111Ui11ULUIULU1ULUU111UUhU1111111i1fil- ti llt4 l l i l 1 1 1f1LfiiiElf MilifloollM ioot6oI lI S AND BUILDERS OF lIDBSIONB I= ITALIAN MARBLE AMERICAN AND SCOTCH GRANITE g flonuments I Artistic Work Only Solicited Workshops and Studios Carrara Italy i WAREROOMS 322 to 328 WEST GREEN STREET I 1RIRI I RIIRI 14IIIII RRE4 1F IJII4II t t t t t t t t t t M M tHt +1t1The Latest Out for Summer Wear I j uiX1500 Made To Cap of same made Headquarters free oforderl kinds of I OUILFOYL TailorMade Suits ForHotWeather SIMONS I ItseeDisplayin Tailorsr and Importers J 604 W Marketr tt- tt ft t F FDANIEL DOUGHERTY THOMAS KEENAN Dough6rtu K6611a11 1mU UNDERTAKERS II t Il- UT 1225 West Market Street Bet Twelfth and Thirteenth J PHON 12402 All Galls Promptly Attended to Day or Night Oar riages Furnished for Ail occasions