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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t io IRISHiI iIVOLUME VNO 7 18 1900 PRICE FIVE CENTS WIJIBRYANJ Addresses the United Irish Societies of Chicago and Vicinity Greeted by a Great Throng of People Who Cheer Ills Utterances 4 Masterful Argument Against Imperialism and Foreign Alliance QUOTES FROM HISTORY OF IRELAND The annual meeting and outing of the United Irish Societies of Chicago and vicinity occurred Wednesday at Sunny side Park Though the weather was threatening there was a tremendous attendance and the occasion was enjoy able and memorable The meeting was presided over by Rev Father F L Rey 4nolds a well known and able clergyman Before the speaking began Judge Gan non introduced the following which was adoptedResolved That the United Irish So cieties proclaim their devotion to the principles which made their fathers im mortal and succinctly stated means that Ireland will never be satisfied with anything short of complete and absolute independenceResolved That we fully appreciate and thoroughly understand the heroism which was so conspicuously shown by our brothers in taking up the cause of the BoersResolved That we are opposed to the spirit of imperialism and Anglo Saxonism now rampant in certain quarters and are determined to give unflinching opposition to any attempt to bind our republic to a policy that would fasten upon it European habits and monarchial institutions Father Reynolds introduced the speak ers among whom were William Jennings Bryan Adlai Stevenson John F Finerty and others all of whom were given a hearty reception and close attention Mr Bryan the first speaker aroused the- greatesteuthuslasntanti was frequently interrnpteil3tiy prol oagedaclicringraada- pplause j He spoke as follows I do not want you to think that my happiness depends upon any public office within the gift of the people of this country I have a higher ambition than to be President The man whose happiness depends upon what others do for him may be doomed to disappointment but if ones happiness depends upon what he does for others he need not be disappointed I hope you will credit me with the ambition that is within the reach of every citizen of this land an ambition which all can entertain anti which to my mind is a higher ambition than that for any office aud that is an ambition to do what I can to make this nation so great and so good that to be a simple citizen will be greater than to be a king in any other land- I am not here this afternoon to flatter your pride by telling you what the de scendants of Erin have accomplished I am not going to dwell upon the work of the sons of Erin because it would take all the afternoon and leave me no time to speak of what the daughters of Erin have alto done The work of the Irishmen in the development of this country is too well known to need detailed description The people of your race have given to the world the highest examples of oratory they have been distinguished in poetry and in music in business and statesman ship you have had millions who have taught the world how to live and you have had an Emmet who taught the world how to die A VoiceYour name should be OBrien Laughter and applause Mr Bryan My friend has tried to ingratiate me into your favor by suggesting that my pame is OBrien and notI Bryan If the gentleman knew as much about it as I do he would know that Bryan is the original name and- OBriena derivation When Bryan became king he put on the 0 and the OBriens are the descendants of the king while the Bryans are the common people who never got stuck up about a relative being a king Laughter and applauseThe of my speech is a practical one I want to use this occasion to point to a great lesson I believe the fact that this nation has here the representatives of all of the races of Europe gives it a peculiar advantage among the nations The fact that the best blood of all the civilized races mingles here in the de velopment of the American character en ables this nation to turn upon every ques tion the light of universal l history and avoid the dangers from which other na tions have suffered When a problem arises In this country we can look back and find what has been the experience of others If pPknow the history of our own people only we would not be so wellI prepared to detect danger before we suf fer from it1 but If any one does not know the growth of landlordism and its den gen he bas only to ask an Irishman what landlordism means and he need not read- biataryto fled it out If anyone wants to know whether an alien government isi good all he ha to oil to ask au Irish man what hisopinion ia of an alien gov= eruraent although the governing poWer be separated from the gortrned only by i a narrow channel If you want to know what militarism is and what its burden are all you have to do is to ask a Ger man who came to this country to avoidl themilitarism of the Old World And so I might go through the various experiences of other nations The fact that wie have here the representatives of thesee people enables us to scent the danger from afar and to guard against their ex perienccs here And I miss my guess iilf the American people thus made up will not develop a civilization higher greater and more enduring than any civilizatiot which has preceded ours When any one tells me that we want to imitate an AngloSaxon civilization I tell him that an American civilization iif higher than any otherno matter what it Is I do not mean to say one word against an AngloSaxon I have not a word tc say against the Celt the Latin the Greek or the Teuton But I do believe that the American in whom are combined the virtues of them all is the greatest citizen the world has ever known And that the civilization to be developed here will lift humanity to a higher plane than it has occupied in the days gone by Some people fear that these elements brought in from the Old World will not properly mix here They are mixing and they will mix and let me show you what it is that mixes them and makes them one We are quoting Abraham Lincoln now more than he is quoted by the party which he led to its first victory and in reading a little book recently pre pared by Dr Taylor and Mr Fulfiller a little book that is simply a collection of Lincolns sayings on political questions I ran across a passage which I thought appropriate for this afternoons meeting He was always speaking of the Declara tion of Independence He was speaking of those who in the early days gave to us that Declaration and erected it as a beaconlight for all posterity and after he had spoken of our ancestors in this country he used the words to which I now invite your attention We have besides these men de scended by blood from our ancestors among us perhaps half our people who are not descendants at all of these men theyare men who have come from Eu ropeGerman Irish French and Scan dinavian men that have come from Eu rope themselves or whose ancestors have come hither and settled here finding themselves our equals in all things If they look back through this history to trace their connections with those days by blood they find they have none They can not carry themselves back into that glorious epoch and make themselves feel thatiLeyliucapartlafquhuywheniEhcylook dependence they find that those old men say that we hod these truths to be self evidence that is that all men are created equal and then they feel that that moral sentiment taught in that day evidences their relation to those men that is the father of all moral principle in them and that they have a right to claim it as though they were blood of the blood and flesh of the flesh of the men who wrote that Declaration that links the hearts of patriotic and libertyloving men to gether that will link those patriotic hearts as long as the love of freedom ex ists in the minds of men throughout the worldThose are the words of Lincoln aud in his plain and simple way he explained why it is that no matter from what na ion a man comes if he comes believing- in that Declaration of Independence he becomes one of us and can fraternize with all others who believe in that high principle That he says is the electric cord that is the Vital thing that connects- us all and today in the presence of a great and overshadowing issue it is well for us to remember that we have brought the people from the Old World with the promise that here they shall get liberty- as it was taught by the fathers If to day we are willing to abandon those principles then we must stand before the world convicted of having brought people here under false pretenses Leave among us that doctrine that all men are created equal and that doctrine applied to all the affairs of government and to all the problems which may ariseI will keep us together as one people but destroy that doctrine and you have broken the cord that binds us destroy that doctrine and instead of a reign of justice you will substitute a reign of force instead of right it will be might No matter to what haoushall cast matter with your vote I pray you to so cast your vote as toesene that doctrine of human liberty as the binding force in this country oplnIonmay differ from me as to the best method of realizing this nations destiny I seek not to force my ideas upon any man but I do ask you to go to the polls and vote responsibility of Amerieaucidzemgshi Upon the vote of one member of Congress may depend the action of CotCress and that Congressman may be elecvd by your vote Upon the I election of ale Senator may j action of th Senate and thatSenator may be elecun by one majority In the 1 legislature aifl your vote may determine what that majority will be The election I of cc President may be determined by one State and that State may have its elec I majorityThe I privilege I when I tell you whether you vote with me or against me to so vote that you will never have cause to regret that vote and that you will not be to blame if the trim ditions of this nation are repudiated and a new course adopted When we speak against imperialism or protest against gars of conquest they wy that we are pleading the cause of the Filipino I deny it No mutter what nllol the Tillpino the world will go IDDtbu when thin nation puts out eta light then untoJIA what uatiQU caiiatnw- Ilin hwlwaitylook for home and inI spiratioao j vy AMUSEMENT ProvldedrorThousands at Picnic and Lawn Fete Next Week II St Aloysius Society Will Colo i1i PliconixnHill Park Delightful Lawn Fete For the Benefit of St Charles School MANY NEW FEATURES ARRANGED FO It is said that the largest and most enjoyable picnic yet witnessed this season at Phoenix Hill will be that given Mon day afternoon and evening by St Aloy slug Society for the benefit of St Aloysius church of which Rev Father OGrady is the hardworking and indefat- Igable pastor The ladies and gentlemen members of the society and congregation have been busy for several weeks com pleting the arrangements and will have numerous pleasing attractions with which to amuse their friends and patrons The officers and committees for this occasion areas follows GenerallIaungerJohn J Holland Assistant Manager Frank Olges SecretaryMax Traut Arrangements CommitteeJacob Wag endorfer Dr Francis Clark John Welch Sr Charles Kelty Martin Min ogue and James OCounell Music DirectorDennis Minogue as sistant George Schweinbeck Floor Managers Wm Garritty Her man Mueller William Minogue William Pope George Habich and John Ludwig Col Tim Sullivan and Dr Francis Clark were appointed by Manager Hol land a special committee to look after the wants and comforts of the gentlemen Better selections could not have been madeThe ladies are also taking the liveliest interest in this affair and are determined not to be outdone by the gentlemen With this end in view they organized several veeksp goaelectlagiJrlrsHenryS- tephens f for their President She has enlisted the services of a large number of lovely women and young girls who will attract admirers from all parts of the city The wheels where n large number of prizes will be awarded will be in charge of Misses Mary Moran Mary Dugan Mesdames John Sullivan Douglas Mas terson and John Relihan They will at tract large crowds In the dining room there will be served an excellent dinner for a small sum and refreshments in abundance by the following Mesdames John Holland Shadburn Maloney Herbert Rademaker Byrnes Ameling Van Cries and Misses Rosella Myers Addie Boylen Anna Heimberger Rose Pope and Sophie Ameling At the refreshment stand will be found a bevy of beauties in Misses Annie Sulli van Maggie Kennedy Julia Moran Mary McDonough Mrs Joseph Wattle and others who will dispense sweets of all kinds and add to the cheerfulness of the picnicMiss Rosa Murphy will during the evening introduce an amusing cake walk participated in by the following little ladies and gentlemen Genevieve Keely Elizabeth Moore Marie Keely Theresa Kaelin Mary Moore Flora Coogle Allie Moore Peter Bauscher Louis Coogle Roy Bauscher Isaac Coogle Harrison Doll Ferdi Gnau Cassie Doll Messrs John Holland Max Traut and Martin Minogue and the committees workedzealously the past week and report the prospects very encouraging They hope as mauy as can come will do so and promise all a good time The sale of tickets is reported quite large Those of our readers who enjoy a good picnic should not miss this one and thereby as sist Rev Father OGrady in his good workNext Tuesday and Wednesday evenings vill witness what promises to be the gala social event of the season in the vicinity- of Twentyseventh and Chestnut streets For some time past arrangements have been under way for the lawn fetes to be given on those dates for the benefit of the school connected with St Charles iorromeos church Rev Father Raffo the wellknown and popular pastor and a number of prominent ladies aud gentlemen of the congregation have been arranging for the entertainment of their friends who can be counted in all the congregations of this city The fete will beheld on the school grounds at TwentyI seventh and Chestnut streets which have been placed in excellent jrder and the many varicolored decorations will present a scene surpassing in brilliancy all similar events of this season The afternoons will be devoted to theI little folks for whose entertainment andI amusemeNt special preparations have been made The ladies anti gentlemen Interested in this pleasant affair are so many that we have not space for their flames Luncheon will be served by the mar willbadiapeaeongregaUou The programme Includes several delighful features nay of which IT worth more than the small priori of- adntlriontee eta t li LIVEU VOTINGI y1 Standing of Conductors In the Contest fHandsomo- La ern ltI The handsome tern now being conI tested for by the conductors of Louisville C can be seen in tliejwindow of Rogers 8 Krull on Fourth aji+ uue Mackin Cou cil spared no expeMtc and the fortunat winner will po a valuable prize There have been al lumber of changes itIn the number of voM polled and several have gone earnestly to work for theiri favorites They cast up to Thursday night was as followKv J C Willi 9 M C 7 F E nlslf 12 J H Hawes 9 REd Martin to 112 9 Ed Hughes 1 2 C Black Of 2 JHCondon 15 J B Hubberti I J H Ross 17 J F Waggoner q 1 George Shipman 1 2 J T Brooksr 10 W B Lewis a Robert Gibson iV 1 2 A H Kidd 7 John Hoik 1 1 4 Henry Kinney 8 W R Struby oo 10 W A Iarksr-F 0 Hollingsworth b Robert Fort 1 f T G Heth 10 C R Atkinson b R L Wheeler 1 8 Doc Tierney 4 15 J C Huebneri 19 SS Miller if 10 J G Dugan 10 D E Carroll f b J D Arnault 1 5 J R Jennings 9 JEKeenj 2I a D M Caldwettoooo n C H Price J 6 P J Fitzgerald 9 R L Utterback 18 J1I Lowe 0 G WDelph4l 0 16 S M Lawrence 20 J D Quinn b P C Renaker l 2 George James vj i 12 Johu GaultF 10 Jar T Hardsolit 8- UP P She and 10 Edw td rac1 20 Frank Mattox 10 M C Hacket 10- I RECENT DEATHS Stephen Kerrigan died Monday morning at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital of old age He had been an inmate o the hospital for many years where h employed his time in keeping the grounds in order He was born in County Mayo Ireland and was known as a Christian gentleman His funeral took place Tuesday Rev Father Crane con ducting the services- Inexpressible sorrow followed the an nouncement of the death of William Cain which occurred Saturday night at his residence 2114 Gilligan street The deceased leaves three children his wife having died some time ago He was forty years of age and his death wa caused by tuberculosis There was a large attendance of mourning friends and relatives at time solemn funeral services held at St Cecilias on Monday morning Michael P Curley a wellknown young man of the West End died Sunday even ing at the residence of his cousin George Trager 2721 West Madison street He was the son of James and Bridget Curley and his death at the early age of thlrt years caused sincere sorrow to his many friends For some time he had been em ployedat Seelbachs Hotel His funeral took place from SL Charles church Tuesday morning and the remains were in terred in St Louis cemetery With the death of William Broderick an exemplary citizen has passed away He has been a resident of this city for many years living with his family at 000 Zane street The deceased who was fiftytwo years old has for some time been suffering from a complication of diseases to which he succumbed Sunday morning He leaves several children alll grown to mourn his loss His funeral 1 was largely attended at St Louis Ber randa Tuesday morning when solemn requiem mass was celebrated for the repose of his soul Jeremiah Larguey who died at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital last Sunday morning came to this country over fifty years ago locating Iis Baltimore After the civil war he became the bookkeeper for Dennis Shauakan the railroad contractor For the pak twelve years he ha been in feeble health His funeral too place at the Cathedral Rev lather Lynch officiating The remains were taken to Virginia by Gran Smiths SonsI for interment The deceased was abou- eighty years of ages and was the uncle of Mrs D Slianaliant j Second and Breckin ridge II RBSTQftBD TIM Board ofCSafety this week restored to the police Iforaaj Officer John Burns for ninny yean on of the moat popul neuibenof the dqkrtnient Thin action of the board is gwmfyiog to his hosts of friends throughout Officer Bur Neat on duty onH yp mouth mg being aligned to t FAREWELL Father Logans Sermon at theI Dominican Church Last Sunday Dnrnlog the Day and the Evening Limerick Guards Scored One On the Parish and Pastor TO SPEND HIS VACATION IN DENVER The people of St Louis Bertrauds par ish were very much depressed last Sun day the reason for their sadness being 1the fact that it was the last day that Rev Patter Logan their beloved pastor would be with them All day long there was a stream of callers at the convent ot Sixth street and after each mass Father Logan was surrounded bya crowd of friends expressing their sorrow at his de parture and wishing him well for time future After their regular fashion this was nott 4all expressed in empty words but in something more substantial As stated in these columns the parish had been treating the reverend gentleman to a series of surprise parties during the pre ceding two weeks Sunday afternoon he received still another surprise when at a farewell gathering of the childrens choir Father Gaffney presented him with a purse in the name of the children to which Father Logan made a feeling re sponse This looked like the finish but the end had not yet been reached About 7 oclock a large body of men were seen coming in Sixth street from Oak and the neighbors were unable to tell just what it meant They walked in regular military order though not wearing any uniforms on account of the bad weather It was the famous Limerick Guards headed by the Hon Richard Quinn late of Ireland who were calling on Father Logan in a body First Lieut Daniel Doherty and Treasurer honas- t Kelly kept the memo bert1tfffithe straighr Bdnam wT th5t as they marched from Seventh and Oak to the convent at Sixth and St Catherine The Guards had kept their intention a secret and scored one on the parish by being the last body to say farewell to Father Logan The following is a brief synopsis off Father Logans farewell sermon at thee different masses all of which were largely attendedInstead of the instruction on the Gospel this morning my dear friends I will cay a few words to you which indeed I would rather not say and which I dislike but I feel that it would be wrong for me to leave you as I must today without saying a word of farewell I assure you that I dislike any public utterances of this kind and would not do it were I able to reach you in any other way Were it possible for me to go to your in dividual homes I would gladly do so buts you know full well that in this large parish composed of so many families it would be practically impossible for me to visit all and for that reason I say a few words to you this morning because I feel that they are due to you and that I would be ungrateful were I to leave without saying them My dear friends as you know I have been in this parish now six years and it thisymorning to tell you that they have been very happy years I feel that I can safely say that I have never had as happy ones The little work that has been done here in your midst has been a work of pleas ure it has been a happy work and I feel that I owe you words of praise and thanks this morning because if my work has been happY if it has been a pleasure it is owing to the generous spirit which you have ever manifested toward me to the hearty cooperation which you have at all times given me and were it not for you my dear friends and for the work of my brother priests here in this parish I would not have been able to do anything Left alone without anyencouragement it would have been absolutely impossible for me to do anything but thanks to God and to you my friends I feel that I can say this morning some good has been done that I have done my duty and if I have done my duty I feel candidlyand sincerely that the credit of doing so lies with youand not with me There is nothing so encouraging to a pastor as to have the support of the people There is nothing which buoys a person up that somethingk1 as when we feehnt we and generous cooperation which makes all work light makes all work pleasant and I am happy to say this morning that totmy tell you that I was indeed glad that the time had come for me to lay down my burden that I needed a rest a vacation I would not be hottest with you because I leave you with much regret The work In which I have been engaged has been a soiree of much satisfaction and pleasure therearhoe ben 1 O burden We are here my dear fsieadr one and all to try M far aa we can to do Gods holy will we are here for the honor and glory of Almighty tied and for flu ratki c fication and salvation of our own souls That my dear friends ought to be the object of every Christian life and iIIt matters not in what sphere our life maybe whether priest or layman whethe devoted to God or to the material in terests of this world all things tend to those objects the honor and glory o Godjind the sanctification and salvatio of our souls For after all my dear friends unless all our acts are for thes e two purposes they are lost and will availi us nothing either here or in eternity and what a consoling thought it will be to u when we have to leave this world if we shall have persevered in Gods holy law and we can look back upon our lives assay d candidly and sincerely we have tried to do Gods holy work and we can fee that our life has not been spent here iita vain that it has not been lost In speaking to you this morning and telling you that I thank you I am sin cere because I feel that you have done much to make my life a happy one and were I left to my own feelings and to m- own Y wishes I would stay not for three or six years but for my whole life with you but this can not be We have our superiors to obey without asking why or wherefore and while I will never forge the generous and hearty spirit which you have manifested toward me I will ask for whoever succeeds me that you give him the same kind consideration and the same generous and hearty cooperation that you have given me My dear friends in conclusion I will ask that you at some time say a praye that God may give me the necessary strength and help to do my duty wherever I may be stationed MANY MADE MERRY Walters Brothers Day Celo brated at Knights of Rest Camp About a thousand persons visited the Knights of Rest outing camp Wednes day which was designated Walter Brothers day in honor of the gent and popular Claystreet brewers Then were all kinds of games with plenty teat o and drink and all those present had a jolly good time Manager Andrew Wall1 had provided for his guests an elegant dinner and supper which were devoured with avidity During the afternoon and evening several hundred carriages arrived at the camp bringing friends of the Messrs 1t pan t e throe 1as the tar est of the year The next notable day will be Wednesday August 29 named in honor of Henry Lauer when another large crowd will be invited I I BINGEN OF AMERICA St Philip Nerls Parish Out Ing Will Be Held There Thursday St Philip Neris parochial outing toi Madison next Thursday August 23 will1 undoubtedly prove a social and financial success as a large number of ticket- have been disposed of among our bes citizens who are all friends of the pastor Rev Father Ackerman The I Sunshine will leave the foot of Firstt street at 830 oclock in the morning arriving at Madison after dinner where a stop of two hours will be made an the return trip will be made so that the excursiouists will reach the city 830 oclock Progressive euchre will be played both going and coming and there will also be vocal and instrumental music Parties must furnish their own meals However cold luncheon and refreshments will b provided for those who do not want to b burdened with baskets This will be the chance of your life and perhaps the last of the season to enjoy a day on the Rhine and see the beautiful city of Madison the Bingen of America Tickets are only fifty cents while children under twelve years are free Go along and enjoy the day iin good company S I STORIES OF RUSSELL Friends Manage His Business Affairs to Keep Him Free of Debt Baron Russell of Killowen whos- death as the result of an operation occurred Friday morning was one of the most engaging and lovable personalities- In Englands public life His generosity to his friends indeed to anybody whom he became aware was in dlfficul ties swallowed while he was a practicing barrister 20000 a year and involved him In debts that threatened to destroy his peace of mind and injure his profes atonal future What you want to do said one of his friends tIs to syndicate yourself and let a managing director conduct your practice and finance your moneymaking possibilitiesThis actually done A committee of friends paid off all his debts received all his income gave him a large allowance and brought system into his accounts until he not only was free front debts but had substantial investments In the fllMa B The first days attendance at time Paris ixposUlpn was not wo large as wow S- op1 TAKES STAND Time IrishAmerican Society Will WithfPolitics Large and Representative Gath ii- s ering of Members Thurs day Night Invitation From Elks Was Ac cepted and Committe- eApolntel AN OPEN MEETING NEXT MONTH Despite the frequent declarations that the IrishAmerican Society of this city is a nonpolitical organization there are still a few individuals who persist in making statements to the contrary These foolish rumors have at last aroused the members to action and their authors were given a strong call down at a largely attended meeting last Thursday night There has never been a political question introduced or discussed in the Irish American Society nevertheless reports to the contrary have been circulated from certain known quarters This organization was organized solely for social and benevolent purposes Its officers and Executive Committee are de termined to make this one of the best IrishAmerican societiesin the State and with this end in view and that its aims and objects may be better understood it f was decided to hold a public meeting on z Thursday evening September 20 to which all IrishAmericans both ladies and gentlemen will be invited when ad dresses will be delivered by members upon the work already accomplished and contemplated Upon this occasion there will be rendered + pleasing musical and literary programme followed by a lunch con It is expected that there will be a large attendance and that tire society will consequently receive many new membersThe at Hibernian Hall Thurs day evening was the most interesting and lively for a long time Thomas Claire resided in Il J IJce otr silent IF neylaniIiisitii tdTliomasS e Ie Michael McGrath and Pat McAndrew An invitation was received from tin Elks to participate in the observance of IrishAmerican day and asking for sug gestions as twits observance The com munication was received and Messrs Joe Byrne Toni Tarpey and John Flynn were appointed to confer with committees from the Hibernians and other societies as to the final arrangements Chairman Thomas Cleary reported none sickand all relief claims paid Chairman Gus Kane made a very satis factory report but urged those still hold ing tickets to immediately make returns for same states ment showed the society in a healthy and prosperous condition Martin Miuogue Iwas appointed collector of dues and will call upon those who can not attend meet ings The discussions were animated and in r bydMessrs John Mulloy Edward Malone MctShane M W Murphy Tom Tarpey and othersJohn Flynn was made Chairman of the committee arranging for the open meet ing and reception on September 20 I I YEARSeJohn McGrath WellKnown Policeman Quits the Force Officer John McGrath one of the best known members of the Louisville police force with which he has been connected for the past thirtytwo years resigned Ids position as statlonkeeperThursdayafter noonOfficer McGrath was for years a Lieutenant but some time ago was placed in charge of the First district station house During his long service he has always enjoyed the respect and confidence of his beesucceeded by Henry Harlow who also has seen service for many years Ills appointment gives general satisfaction Officer McGrath is the father of Roger McGrath the accommodating leffi cient Secretary of the Board of Public Works I IAN AGED LADY DEAD The West End this week lost another of its oldtime aud highly respected rest dents by the death of Mrs Johanna Logan relict of the late Jeremiah Logan The end came quietly Sunday morning at her home 1821 Rowan street Mrs Logan was over seventy years old and her death was due to the infirmities in cident to her great age She is survived by one son Daniel Logan the formerly wellknown Deputy Jailer The funeral services were held atSt Patricks church Tuesday morning and the large number present evidenced time esteem and respect felt for the deceased who was known u a loving mother and charitable and Cries tian woman n n Tr uw w tr thffUiy IRISH flMEKIGflN NILNNMNILIINNI + Oevated to the Moral and Social AdvaMceweMt of all Irish Americans WIXLIA1U JMC XXZGOXNO Pub11her SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sea Watered at the Louisville Poatotflce as SecondClass Matter AddicfSill COll0l1l81allenl ta the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 West Qreeo Street t LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY AUGUST 18 1900 LYING ABOUT NOTHING A very sensational article and sentimental cs well concerning Fra Stanislaus of Gethsemani appeared a few days since in an Eastern journal Very miraculous yarns are spun out to the extent of half a page the ret of the page being occupied with wonderful illustra tions concerning the worthy frater There is such a halo of mystery to these knights of the pen surround ing everything monastic that their imagination runs to riot when they have anything on hand like a young man leaving the seminary for a life in the world The whole day from sunrise to sunset in these institu tions is taken up with the matter of fact duties of keeping clean the floors dishes clothing and mend ing the shoes wearing apparel etc of the members composing these communities The simple fact that they live in these places in harmony and contentment seems to be the k cause of all the wonder and mystery that encompass them Their lives 1are so very simple and free from complexities of any and all kinds that they easily surpass the compre hension of worldlings who are nat urally engrossed with anxiety and perturbation from the first hour of manhood to the time when nature loses its charms and mortality ceases Whan people become more intelli gent and more thoughtful reflect ing conscientiously on the various reasons and impulses that originate their own actions they will not be ty a aitf poThT L Wa1d so ta whole11cIyards of lying stories aboutnoth ing ENGLISH PERFIDY The Chinese muddle is still mys terious and complicated and the wherefore is becoming manifest to the confusion and disgrace of Eng land who seems to have been guilty of almost incredible false hood base hypocrisy double deal ing little short of treachery and the utterly dishonorable trick of delaying mutilating and purloining official dispatches to and from China of Ministers Consuls and their re spective governments England owns and controls the only Chinese cable at Shanghai The horrifying details of the murder and outrages on Ministers and other foreigners in Pekin all purporting to come from the Chinese Capital via Shanghai have been proven sheer fabrications emenating from Shanghai z and London being repudiated by the officials of every telegraph line in China English duplicity is being more fully exposed owing to the shrewd and determined course inaugurated and pursued by the United States Government by which it opened up and maintains cipher communication through Chinese officials with the Minis this in Pekin and Consuls in other Chinese cities The first dispatch d from Minister Conger was denounced in London as a counter kit concocted by Chinese officials but when verified by American CooBulg and the furnishing of the original dispatch from the Pekin once dispatches from other Min isters to their governments quickly followed few of them having dates hpweyer all of which had been evidently delayed Investi gation proved this and further that the delay was at Shanghai as dearly indicated in the case of the reach Minister whose undated dupttch wax delivered to his gov ernment ia Paris two weeks after C its contents lord been published in o a Condos piper furnished by iU Shanghai correspondentj who wits U r an attache of the telegraph com pany It is now believed that all those official dispatches which are shown to have been promptly sent from Pekiu two to four weeks pre viously were held up at Shanghai their contents deciphered and di vulged to the English Government and when finally sent on to their destination had the dates eliminat ed to give color to the claim of de lay in transmission Worse still recent dispatches received at Wash ington from Minister Conger are so mutilated or mixed up that the cipher is unintelligible to the ex perts of the State Department A London dispatch charges this to Chinese duplicity but the depart ment experts assert that it is clear ly the work of a cipher expert and the original dispatch has been sent for and delivered to the United States Consul whose report is of such a nature as to be withheld by the State Department but admit ted to contain information so seri ous as to cause alarm Is it possi ble that the mutilation of the dis patch was done at some other place than Pekin and by other than Chi neseAdded to this all London dis patches concerning the allied fortes in China are clearly colored to gratify English vanity and dis discredit of the Russians and French who are charged with shirking the fighting and commit ting outrages leaving the brunt of the campaign to the American- JapanesePand Englishva Tlieufacts are tlat theEnghsh have but a small force in the relief army marching on Pekin that all the fighting thus far has been by the Americans French Japanese and Russians that the fake first advance on Pekin under the British Admiral which resulted in disas ter was only saved from annihila tion by the French who defeated the Chinese move to surround the force and cut off their retreat and the French held this flank until the force was rescued by the Russians who had fought their way from Tien Tsin and under continuous attack escorted the exhausted troops to safety at Tien Tsin the Chinese part of which with adja cent forts were subsequently cap tured principally by Russian troops and artillery Even in the army now fighting for relief of the imprisoned Minis ters the English Ministers in cluded the English force is small the main English force 9000 men having been sent to Shanghai to occupy the Yangtse Kiang country instead of going to join the relief army as promised and expected The Chinese Viceroy has refused to allow the English troops to land at Shanghai and England is balked in this scheme as China can rely on being backed in this refusal by the other powers especially if she releases the Ministers at Pekin Finally England seems to realize that her cajoling of Uncle Sam has been to no purpose and has turned her slander against the Americans A London dispatch charges that United States Consul Hollis at Lorenzo Marques has visited Presi dent Kruger at Pretoria before its surrender to Gen Roberts that Kruger had requested Hollis to give him asylum in the American Consulate and that the American government had refuted and re buked Consul Holjis all of which isa lie pure and simple Consul Hollis having never bHt to Pre toria visited Kruf r nor nude any such report to the State depart mentIs It any wonder England is die a government The British Government is con sidering and conferring with the Canadian Government with the purpose of constructing a waterway from the sea coast so that war ves sels can be placed on the great lakes and railroad facilities pro vided for the quick transportation of troops to defend the Canadian border Does this mean that Eug land fears war with her only friend in the world the United States It seems so At any rate these purposes indicate an inten tion to violate the boundary treaty with the United St tes which excludes armed vessels or military from the great lakes rivers and highways on the border and guar antees to each the free and unre stricted use of the same for commerce England has never fully observed these guarantees having frequently been compelled to abro gate discriminating tolls and regu lations against American commerce As the United States Government has promptly insisted on compli ance with this treaty heretofore it can be relied upon that any at tempt of England to carry out her proposed scheme for placing armed vessels on the lakes and rivers and an armed forceon the border will be as promptly resented and resist ed England ought to know from appearance that the United States will tolerate none of her schemes It is not unlikely that our next war may be with England who is just now in a surly mood from reverses and seems anxious to bump up against some nation who will give her what she needsa sound thrashing The scab printing resolution is not yet repealed and the union label ordinance restored as so zeal ously promised by some of the City Fathers who professed great repentance for the blunder and protested against being blamed therefor In the Council last Tuesday nighti Mr Groves moved a reconsideration which was seconded by Mr Brandies and urged by Mr Shepard carried by unani mous vote the resolution rejected and the original resolution requir ing the union label passed So far so good But there was none of that haste to push it through the other board and have it fully passed as was done with the scab resolution Indeed it was not even taken to the Board of Alder men and is left hanging in midair Perhaps it may go through next Tuesday night if enough of the Aldermen have repented of their blunder This dillydallying does not look right and the print ers are not to be trifled with any further Already union printers have been kept out of the work for two weeks and are not in the humor to listen to any further ex planations English boast that the Boer war is practically over is frequently in terrupted by reverses and Lon don is again alarmed over the pros pect that the forces of Methuen Kitchener Mahon and Hamilton which have been chasing Gen Dewets forces may be caught in a trap between Dewet and a sudden ly discovered Boer army of 8000 under Gen Botha who was sup posed to be hemmed in somewhere in the mountains by Gen Duller but is really free and ready to pounce upon the British on the other side of Pretoria over a hundred miles away The most distinctly unique and decidedly original disciple of the Shirt Waist Club was the man in St Louis a few days ago who appeared on thestreet in trousers and undershirt He was promptly arrested and tried next day When asked by the Judge for his reasons f appearing on the street in such habiliments he answered that he was a descendant of George Wash ington stud demanded the privilege of wearing his shirt waist cut in way style he chose to assume pre f rrJUftbe prtkttlar fadhion he half adoptedhF9rh lackof iaate be was flied tea dollars J P1- y i roa t i It has required to far f9ioooooo of gold from NeW York to hold up the London nwirttet and wee can easily spare it afa good rate of in terest Just think of England being forced to borrow and pay in terest to blarsted Americans But Johnny Bull is having a deal of trouble and is slightly run down at the heel just no1he rate of in terest in London is and has been for weeks double the normal No explanation is needed to show Englands financiali straits Labor day is nosy near at hand All indications point to a monster demonstration Already nearly every union in the city is making special preparations for the grand parade and all business houses and factories are expected to observe the workingmans holiday L SOCIETY I Miss Maggie Judge left this week for New York P J Hanlon was prong the LxMiisvill ians at West Baden this week aldelightCulal Misses Annie Hickey and Alice Cuu niugham are home from Twin Cave Mr and Mrs John J Schulten were sojourning at West Baden this week Miss Fannie Harris is visiting in Lexington the guest of Miss Isabel Clark Miss Mary Heffernan is this week the charming guest of friends in Shelbyville Miss Elizabeth Tarpey is the guest of her friend Miss Bettie Long at Willow dale Ky y Mrs Henry Besteuand son are two of a Louisville party enjoying themselves at West Baden Springs Edward S Tooneya wellknown Limerick boy is now spending his vacation at Atlantic City Mrs Thomas Tarpey leaves tomorrow for Willowdale where she will spend a week visiting friends Mrs John Hayes and daughter Miss Agnes left Tuesday for a visit with friends in Cincinnati Miss Nellie Meehan was among this weeks most charing and attractive visit ors at Mammoth Cave Vt t fe g y fcWv Mr and Mrs JamesiB Queehan spent Sunday in Crawfofdsyille Ind visiting Mrs Queenana mother Misses Dollie Burns and Mary Concan non are with friends in Cincinnati They will return next month Misses Hester anti Annie Stephens this week enjoyed a delightful visit with relatives in Nelson county Misses Edith and Rose Dowling have been visiting the family of their uncle Steve Clark at Fairfield Mr and Mrs Martin Magee are home after a delightful visit with the father of the former in New Haven Miss Stella McGrane of Cincinnati was this week the guest of her aunt Mrs McNamara Third avenue Friends of Mrs James Langan will be sorry to learn that she is ill at her resi dence 1509 Seventh street Misses Mamie Hollihan and Florence Flynn were two attractive visitors at Grayson Springs thisweek Miss Nan Burke of Jeffersonville left last Saturday for a visit with relatives at Washington and Vincennes Misses Myrtle Kilkenny and Sallie Lacy left Tuesday for an extended visit in Baltimore and New York City Misses Anna Burns and Lulu Samuels are home again after a delightful visit with Miss Ida Craig at New Hope Miss Rosa McCrory of West Jefferson street left Thursday for Stithton where the will spend several weeks with friends Roy Bunning a popular Chicagoan is here visaing Philip Hutti the well known grooer at Thirteenth and Walnut Bartley Gallagher a wellknown Louis ville boy who is sow located at Con verso Ind was here Oa a visit this past weekRMre Hickey have re turned from a pleasaut sojourn at West Baden Springs both greatly benefited in health T J Gill the weilkBbwn commercial traveler was among those from this city spending a vacatioift at West Baden Springs Misses Pauline Maaieoe sad Florence Dusvarn two popular Alabama young ladies are the EneslaMiss Elizabeth McMickael fJf John Kellys friewftwill4c regret to learn that he la confiacdioMB home 1410 West Madison his condition is not stffltiM aad her father Roger at MarlhMville where they wilt1 r nM tilt the laker part- of this ninth CJi Min Nannie Parh4 a popular Louis villa girt left liajMri ay for New Of iMpe where al Hatide perauaetKlly tiRhbanF Col John Burnf the enterprising and popular manager of the Farmers Home Hotel has returned front his outing at West Baden Springs s Misses Sallie and Mary Donigan ate visiting Philadelphia Atlantic City and Trenton and will not return before the I middle of September Alex Hodapp and Wallace Jenkins are two prominent young vocalist whose services as entertainers are always in de mand by their friends Misses Ida and Blanche Filly have re turned to their home In New Albany after a pleasant visit of two weeks with their aunt in Shelbyville Mrs William H Wathen left for Cin cinnati Tuesday accompanied by Misses Patty Katherine and Mary Wathen three popular society girls Miss Winnie McLaughlin the pretty daughter of Officer McLaughlin of New Albany is visiting relatives and friends in Covington and Cincinnati Misses Josie and Annie ONeil left Tuesday for Dayton 0 where they will remain for a few weeks as the guests of their sister Mrs Edward Cowan West Baden is becoming a very popular resort for clergymen Scarcely a week MISS LIZZIE TARPEY Pretty girl visiting in Willowdale Ky passes that there are not several from this city among those seeking its waters and rest Dominick Mullaney will leave next Monday in charge of a ball team on a tour of the South Dom has the best wishes of his many friends here for a suc cessful trip Mrs John Leahy Misses Anna Leahy and Anna Coleman and John Watson are home from Niagara Falls and the Eastern lake resorts where they have been for some time past The many friends ohMrsI JohnDignanl of West Jefferson street will read with pleasure that she has almost entirely re covered from a serious illness of over a weeks duration Mrs William Webb of 1834 Portland avenue accompanied by Miss Mayme Cain left Thursday for Covington to be the guests of Mrs M Sullivan until after the fall carnival Misses Mabel Welsh and Annie Higgins were awarded the handsome prizes offered by Division 1 of the Ancient Otder of Hibernians of New Albany to the young ladies selling the largest number of tickets Both are popular girls and have hosts of frieuds who assist them in all their undertakings Their work had much to do with the success of the picnic The Carnation Club will give a private picnic Sunday August 10 at Harrods Creek Those who are members of the clubare Misses Nellie Carey Ida Sheban Katie Ansbro Susie Miller Annie Finne gan Lizzie Shehau Katie OConnell Katie Hines and Birdie Finnegan Messrs Louis Logan Harry Smith Jodie Hanra han Will Miller Jesse Schanberger Dennis Hjnes Carey Hines Charlie Duane and Miller Barnett Mr and Mrs George Barnett will chaperone the pic nickers The Sack Club gave a hay ride to Shawnee Park last Tuesday evening having a supper and dance at the park Those present were Misses Nettie Lydon Lily Callahan Mary Reagan May Dwan Lizzie Callahan Pansy Mullen Gertrude Lydon and Maggie Callahan Messrs Paul Schnell Joe T Sullivan John Dwan Tom Callahan Ed S Harris Martin Walton Tom Geiss John McManJon Joe Meeks Dan Sullivan and Will Mil ler Paul Schnell and Joe Sullivan en tertained the crowd with duet selections on the cornet and trombone ANOTHER CONTEST A contest that will be hotly waged has been started by the New Albany Hiber nians Division 1 at its last meeting voted to present a handsome gold pin to the one bringing in the largest number of applications the contest to close at the September meeting The prize will be a beauty and several members are deter mined to win it The last meeting of the division was very interesting The reports of the officers and committees showed that e handsome sum had been realized from their excursion A rising vote of thanks was voted the committee sad others who contributed to the success of the picnic Two applications for membership were also received and referredto the commit tees GENERAL MEETING There trill be SB important general meeting of the ladies ami gentlemen ot the different congregations of the city at- stPreaclsHall Monday sight Jo make dimingbeauI+ ronrail4wttersconic reports of grow ittg Merest and assurance of assistance M aevcnl matters etill remain undecided all are urged to attend U myaw LAWN FETEJ CREAM FESTIVAL1a FOR TIlE BENEFIT OF I l BORROMEOSij SCHOOLII TO BE GIVEN ON I SCHOOL GROUNDS 27th AND CHESTNUT STREETS I TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY AUG 21 and 22 ra AFTERNOON AND EVENING ADbIISSI01 Ts I 10 C NTS m g 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time being at least to give her whole and undivided attention to her greatest event of the nineteenth centurythe grand street fair and carnival which takes place September 25 to 28 inclusive A prominent street fair promoter said today to your correspondent For a year we have been working fighting and worrying our hair into a beautiful silver gray Now we are going to stop for four long days and forget the world and its troubles We are going to pack up our laws bottle up the police crate the courts and ship them all into the Arizona desert for four days pen ance Every man woman and child shall be free and equal with no rulers but their appetites So many are the things prepared for their entertainment that we have had to push back the bills deepen the river and elevate the clouds to get them all in Last years fair was but a puny effort compared to this years duplication of the great Paris Exposition Where we have spent one dollar last year we have spent many times more this In fact we have money to burn and only need the matches so come along during the four days with your pockets full of matches We will furnish the money and sail air ships in the smokerides free And do not forget that you can not pay for anything during the fair The only law that will be enforced during the car nival will be that any citizen neglecting a visitor will be sent up beyond the clouds in the great air ship we will show you and dropped over onto another planet Gov Beckham issued his proclamation calling for an extra session of the Legislature which will convene August 28 The qnly business to be transacted will be the amendment of the election law The local Jlodgel of KlkTattended the Elks fair at Lexington in a body Monday All reported having a good time Several members of the Elite Social Club will go to Lawrenceburg next week to attend the fair and hop The Frankfort base ball club defeated the Lexington team on Sunday last by the score of 27 to 2 The game was called in the fifth inning on account of rainThe Elite Social Club gave an im promptu dance at Y M I Hall last Fri day night About twenty couples were present and spent a very pleasant even ingThe Young Mens Institute booth at the Frankfort street fair and carnival will be one of the largest and handsomest ever seen at a street fair The efficient committee in charge will see that all hungry and thirsty friends go away amply replenished The Elite Social Club has engaged the Capital Hotel ball room and will give a swell hop on Thursday evening Septem ber 27 There will be many fair visitors in the Capital City at that time and the entertainment and invitation committees will spare no pains to make it a grand social success The Capital Theater orchestra has been secured and a very pleasant time will be had by all attend ingCol John Sower spent Sunday last in Cincinnati Frank Heeney left Sunday for Atlantic City and New York Gov Beckham spent Sunday and Mon day in Lexington where he opened the Elks fair Col James Heeney is in the East pur chasing his fall and winter stocks Be fore returning he will spend ten days at Atlantic City The Frankfort base ball nine will cross bats with the crack Pleasureville team Saturdayand Sunday Both teams are evenly matched and as there is consider able rivalry two fine games are antici patedMiss Annie Reagan of Anderson led and Miss Nellie Reagan of this city spent a few days in Lexington this week Messrs D P Davis W C Newman W A Lutkemeier SteeleJ Reading John Gayle and D J McNamara took in the Elks fair at Lexington D J M FINS OPENING lULL Beginning with the matinee Sunday the Buckingham Theater will offer its patrons one of the best organized and most refined burlesque companies OB the road this season Fred Irwins Majestic Burlesques Jsf that attraction and it is so Well known in this cify that an especial Introduction of it is not required It has- beta here before and has sever failed to furnish a clean and highclaw performance The programme comprises two re final burkequite and seven vaudeville turn all of which are of recognized tpsrlt The bwleque are bfiMfirt of comedy and also contain several catchy musical features chief of them bagpiNtw York Ragger Girls in which eight pretty girls and eight of the gentlemen of the company are seen This act has been- nmnwrai UK hit tar the IRISH 8OJfTYDIRECTORYAl DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tuesday Evenings of Each Month President Thomas J Dolan Vice President Tim J Sullivan Recording Secretary L D Perranda Financial SecrefrYa Peter J Cusick 1911 Bank stree- tTreasurerJohn Mullo- ySergeantatAttuJohn Killeen Sentinel Tim Lyons iDIVISION 2 Meets on the Second and Fourth Thurs day Evenings of Each Month President William T Meehan Vice PresidentThomas Campfield Recording Secretary John Mooney Financial Secretary John T Keaney 1335 Rogers street Treasurer Owen Keiran DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Wednesday Evenings af Each Month PresidentJohn Cavanaugh Vice PresidentMichael Hoban Recording SecretaryN J Sheridan Financial Secretary James Coleman 117 Twentieth j Treasurer George 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 420 East Gray street AssistantThomas Langan TreasurerHarry Brady SergeantatArms Jerry Hallahan Sentinel William Ansbro I 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 SecretaryDan Gleason Financial SecretaryFrank Hogan Treasurer MichaelKenney IRISHAMERICAN SOCIETY Meets at Hibernian Hall First and Third Thursday Evenings of Each Month PresidentCharles P Feeney First Vice PresidentThos D Claire Second Vice President MW Murphy Recording SecretaryJohn J Flynn Financial Secretary W TeeByrne- TreasurerThomas Sergeant John Kenney SentinelTimothy Lyons COALi Douoiierf J Co 1207 WEST MAIN STREET Wholesale and Retail Dealers in JELLICO LUMP 325 JELLICO NUT 300 LAUREL LUMP 300 LAUREL NUT 275 Pittsburg Lump 325 Pittsburg Nut 300 Now is the time to buy your winter supply of freshly mined and well screened Jelllco and Laurel Coal TEL 409 FAHEYS EXCHANGE JOHN B FAHEY Prop N E Cor Seventh and Market Choice Wines Liquors and Cigars Telephone 3044A THOSs FLYNNDItAr1tR IN MARBLE AND GRAN- ITEMONUMENTS IJ2325 W Mal St UKSSaUsfacUon warranted Casino Roof Gardon New York and iis said to be a very clever song and dance conceitThe vaudeville part is contributed by the following wellknown artists Miss Fiore Van Schaak the reigning sensation of the vaudeville stage whpse artistic and refined methods of entertainment hav won for her unbounded praise from the leading critics of the metropolis Kate Dahl whose novel vocal specialty with special stage effects will doubtless create a lasting impression the three Marvelous Merrils supreme masters of the wheel in trick and fancy evoluUou ordinar bicycles Colton and Dwrow refined sketch artists the Misses Irwin Mitchell and Drew in uptodate songs Montgom try and Otto dialect coHwdlane Hague sisters in coon songs and daces There are besides fifteen pretty girls wh figure in the action of thebwrksqaes and contribute zest and gaiety to the per formance I- r1r HOROAN coMiNG Penis Horgan the Iridklsbot putter and holder of the world a passed of forty eight feet two inches tfaf the sixteen pound shot left Ireland toe America oa August 16 At the last l pUih chain lotuhip held at SUmf 4jridge Lon don Horgan was beatiiftjnr Richard Sheldon pf the New YMpjiiUtic Club but the Iri hiuan WM toot tpood coiidif nlptJoUaye1lq vious appearance gbtbfor he felt his defeat ao much that m tfAu to re Irises his laurel liiiliildiiTliiUiiil if CHAFFi i Ancestry is everything in China To have money is convenient to be sure and may buy an office but the mere having it is not sufficient to gain the applause of the world as in other countries To be entitled to the respect of the empire the highborn wellbred Chinaman must have an ancestry II He must be able to trace back one or two thousand yearsa mere trifle since they are about the oldest civilized race on the globe Money is not a factor in the Chinamans social position but costume is everything Rich furs rare embroid eries and jewels and exquisite silks are more to him than money And these accessories of a gorgeous toilet must be inherited He must have had them handed down to him from a preceding generation though it is not unlikely that he may be permitted to add to his store by a further new supply Then the length of his nails also betray his station If they are long and curling showing that their owner has not had to use them in any menial employment the Celestials idea of rank and prestige is satisfied Having a lengthy ancestry and very long nails he is an aristocrat of the first water Longevity is the result of plenty ofout door exercise The diseases that afflict oldage are antagonized by work Exer cise delays old age by preventing fatty changes while idleness engenders in the body an excess of fat The most active men and the busiest live the longest Men who are accustomed to walk a great deal do not suffer from aches and ills like those of less energetic folksuIn the sweat of thy brow thou shalt earn thy breadwas the Divine command and its fulfillment seems to fill to the brim the cup of good health which is synomyous with long life In Geneva Switzerland is a young woman Miss Helene Smith who in a trance state has visited the planet Mars After a trance she is able and does draw complete pictures of houses fountains men and women and many strange and unheardof things which she has seen and visited while on her sojourn on the Martian planet Still more remark vble she has learned the Martian lan guage It has been transcribed and analyzed by experts The odd thing about the matter is that she uses the San skrit language at times perfectly well and clearly though she never studied or learned it French being the only tongue she is acquainted with Prof Flournoy of the University of Vienna has her in charge and he belives firmly in her sin cerity and intelligence as do thousands of others who have seen and heard her A supposed Titian was sold last week in Paris for 50000 Ittis known that there are foarcoplesof this picture the fam ous Daunt and the Golden Rain painted by the hand of the master but it has never been told that any of them have been up for sale by the respective governments to which they belong But if anyone of them has been offered for sale 50000 is a ridiculously low figure to sell it for On the other hand if the copy recently sold and bought for Clar ence Mackeys new house is only the work of an admirer of Titian the price paid is enormous The evolution of potato to buttons is new and news to most readers The po tato is mashed to a pulp some secret compound composed mostly of acids is throughly mixed with the American tuber and in a little while it is cut up into sizes as buttons and placed on the market From linen to celluloid seemed to be a long stride but who would ever have thought of potatoes being changed to buttons Mme Wu the wife of the Chinese Minister to this country says that Chinese women are the most modest in the world She says that In their country the women marry first and learn to love their hus bands afterwards There are no flirts no divorces and women are happier than in Christian countries This although she never had laughed until she came to Washington Now she likes to laugh and is becoming accustomed very easily and very graciously to her changed social lifeThe query comes from some one Do blondes die young A prominent doctor who has kept a record of the deaths among women claims that blondes die at an earlier age than brunettes and that they meet with more disappointments and misfortunes than their darkhaired judgesethat the cause for this difference must be that they are more nervous and impulsive than dark haired women There is quite a tribe of painters in London who are turning out old mas theycrowds of buyers this year who will at tend the Paris Exposition Dozens of so called Galnsboroughs Sir Joshuas Mon ticellis and Romneyscan be had for enor moue sums tis true but sums not ap theooriginals from which these counterfeits were taken 0 Paper is said to have been invented arid used by the Chinese in the first cen tury A D Before that they wrote on thin slips of bamboo as the Egyptians did their writing on papyrus which was taken from reeds that grow in their coun try After aVhile they improved the making of paper by mixing silk with it The Tartars substituted cotton because it was plentiful with them and the Arabs instead of silk or cotton UMd knelt in ita nanufacttirc It was finally introduced bytbe Arab into Europe ANNIK MXVIK CtNtf ufOHAM By the way what did old Dunagone die off1 r aint awe whetner it WM a plioadua FOR THE BES- TGROCERIES FRESH MEATS AND YI3G13TABLI3SGO WILLIAM MEHLCo- rner iiIII L Fifteenth and Maple Sts Try my own make of Quick Yeast 25c per pound Brown Leghorn Eggs 5CENTS CHARLES L JACQUES 2422 St Xavier LayTwelvehensJan 12 Feb 20 March 187 April Augl15 Are Your Savings Earning Something IF NOT You should invest them in the United States Mutual Investment Company For particulars call on L A M GREIF Agent- At Seiberts Wall Paper Store No 445 East Market four doors above Baco- nsJOSEPH D COONEY MANUFACTURER OF 11M LAWLERS ONARC HII A SUPERIOR C o13NT CIGAR 1207 West Main Street Louisville RfAGANS EXCHANGE S W Cor Preston and Market Wines Liquors and Cigars Hot Soup and Warn Lunch ROGER 1IHLTY1 Wines Liquors And Cigars I I COOL LAGER ON DRAUGHT 1 N W Cor 2lit sad Portland J Clearys Exchange 124 First Street WINES LIQUORS l CIGARS1 ONLY BEST BRANDS HOT LUNCH FROM 10 TO 1 MOORES PLflGE 1521 PORTLAND AVE Largest and Coolest Glass of Beer on the Avenue FINS WHISKY A SPECIALTY WINES AND CIG- ARSMURPHYM DBAIKR IN GROCERIES PRODUCE tMEATS Wise Ligeorsreed Hariuad drain It JB Car SevtHtetnth and Portland 4w WHEN YOU VISIT LIMERICKCALL UPON John HickeySEVENTH AND OAK Cool Lager and Warm Lunch Never Ifcuu Out Grace Eleanor iis generous to a task Sltta honeys best own lash EDELENS CuteRate Drug Store y SPECIAL PRICES Swamp Root small35c 70cHarpersBromo Seltzer 6c OOcI25cMothbeSulphurAll Patent Medicines at Cost Prescriptions a Specialty C A EDELEN- S r E Cor 17th and Bonk Sts HI1iIH1Ii1 +i1IttlnHnHIl +I Sl Cloud Hotel T S B Cor 24 S Jefferson Sts T A FLANNELLY Proprietor European Plan COc 76c and 100 American Plan 2 and 250 HIHiiIlIHlHH 1HIHHoI AffenlionlTHE Bio Four Route announces a rate of ONE CENT PER MILE from nil points on its system to CHICAGOACCO- UNT THIRTYrOURTK ANNUAl CI A1 REncampment Tickets will be on sale August 25 20 27 28 and 29 1900 Good to return leav midnigAugust Agenttoment of a fee of CO cents per tick time of deposit an extension of r limit to leave Chicago to and inclu September 30th 1900 may be secured For full information regarding tickets agentsBIGsigned S AgentLOUISVILLE AgentWAgentCINCINNATI TO Mountains LakesAND Sea Shore VIA THE Big fQurR111te FISHING HUNTING BOATING BATHING THROUGH SLEEPING CARS To NEW YORK and BOSTON Tourists Tickets Now on Sole WARREN J LYNCH General Passenger and Ticket Agent W P AgentCINCINNATI S J GATES General Agent LOUISVILLE KY BIG FOUR ROUTE T- OIndianapolis Peoria CHICAGOAND AW POINTS IN INDIANA and MICHIGAN BEST TERMINALS UNION DEPOT Corner Seventh St and River CITY TICKET OFFICE No 218 Fourth Ave SJ OAOM3JS s KyWARRENWM P DEPPE A G P A CINCINNATI O Illinois G6lltraI THE FAST LINE T- OMemphis ANDINew OrleansnTwo Fast Trains Dally M MPHIS AND NfW ORlUNS UMIUD Leaves Louisville 940 p m daily and is ai Solid Vestibuled GasLighted Train carrying Pullman Sleepers Cafe Dining Cars and Free Reclining Chair Cars Arriving Memphis 840 a m and New LouisvilleMemphisSleeper IiH Nfl ORLEANS SPfCln v1nrrMtbzoaghSleepingi Cars On Friday this train canto a Pullman TouristSleeping Car from Louis vine to Los Angeles and San Fnm lsco California without any change or delayw J HcBRIDB City Agent220Pourth K v AHHan a ChicagoWm A G P A LoaUvilljl r QNDUOKY IRI H AME1 IdT J WATHENS mf UM fMm l UMmr ANDN BAKERYI lOJ2Q E iglxtl3L StreetFinest Vanilla and Lemon Creams per gallon 75c Sherbets all kinds per gallon 75c Brick and Euchre Cream per gallon 100I Capacity 1500 gallons per day Goods far as 200 miles Fine Cakes made daily Special prices to churches festivals hotels dealers 2144L1Q Rl i 1 lf E E 4i 1FR WU11EZ1 UU1IZ1 GranWSmiths Sons I r I Funeral Directors ii- II And EmbalmersM- ISS i I KATE SMITH Lady Assistant and Embalmer Furnished for All Occasions on Short Noticel1li IICarriages MOVED TO ITELEPHONEI nUftIIIIIIftIInnllftIIftIInDDDUHUIftIt 1 l l THOROUGH TRAINING PBOARD OFTRADE BUILDING THIRD AND MAIN STS LOUISVILLE KY NTRAL COAL IRON CO INCORPORATED 410 WEST MAIN STREET Miners and Dealers in ENDER AND ECHOLS COAL ALWAYS GIVES SATISFACTION rAll Sizes Anthracite Coal on Hand Tol 187 and 23- 24OERTELJOHN FBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER 14001404 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE KY DRINK 1 o Hofbrau Pilseher Beer BREWED B- YSENNACKERMANL BREwxGc CO ANYINOORPORATED TELEPHONE 452 LOUISVIrXiE KY- ilA ew a ws PARADISE i SAMPLE ROOM iI 3 3Good Liquors a Specialty Fifteen Ball Pool 5 s M J HICKEY PROPRIETOR- s I- sI a Telephone 384 248 West Jefferson Street a JOHN IS FRANJ WALTERS 1 Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone aopa LOUISVILLE KY HENRY G LAUER TELEPHONE 1140 FINE WINES AND LIQUORS 407 EAST JEFFERSQN ST BRANCH HOUSE 905 W MARKET LIVERY AND BOARDING STABLE t t 428 AND 430 I EAST JEFFERSON STREET LOUISVILLE KY I SHE IS CRYING Because She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma t- oCHICAGOON THE In an ELEGANT PARLOR DINING CAL E H APKtIILouisville Ky PRAtfK j AgentCt Manager W H McDOEL Pwrident slid Manager I I ItItLABOR OMNIA vINOITss ELEVENTH ANNUAL Labor DayI Parade and Picnic- ATi4Ir PHOENIX FIILLPARK r 1Vlonday September 3 1900UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE CENTRAL LABOR UNION AMISSION JO CENTS AFTER 6 P M LADIES AND CHILDREN UNDER 12 YEARS FREE TiVIiI2YIIOlSY INVIT D HnUmuttnnmmm + IRELAND II Record of the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The Earl and Countess of Darnley are spending the summer at Lahincli County ClareThe death rate In Dublin for the last week in July was 183 and the average for the month 105 The Queens county agricultual show and the Roscommon county horse show were both largely attended John Roche Haviland Burke and local speakers addressed a large Irish League meeting at Ballygar County Galway on Sunday August 6 Additions costing 20000 have been made to the Franciscan College at Mount Bellewj County Galway The recreation grounds cover an area of twenty acres The members of the Irish Parliament ary party have prepared and signed a dignified protest against the act of union to signalize the centenary of the passing of that baleful measure The War Office has decided to add field artillery to the troops quartered in the Belfast district The barrack at Belturbet County Cavan has not been occupied since the land war when a squadron of Hussars lay there for some time The nominations for theAldermanship of Trinity Ward Dublin rendered vacant by the death of Alderman Meade took place recently in thfe City Hall Gerald OReilly James Conway Mr Beardwood and Dr McWalter are the candidates William OBrien addresseda United Irish League meeting of vast dimensions and the greatest possible enthusiasm at Delvin North Westmeath on Sunday August 5 Having never before visited that part of the country old and young flocked to hear him William Redmond M P who has been suffering from blood poisoning for six weeks is making but slow progress toward recovery He was still confined to his home the first of this month under the charge of Dr Crean of Wexford unable to attend any public duties At the meeting of the New Ross Guar dians Dr Michael Anglin late of St Vincents Hospital Dublin was returned unopposed by the Fetbard dispensary dis trict in room of Dr Cahill resigned Dr Anglin only recently qualified and is a brother of Dr Anglin of Broadway near Wexford He is a native of Limerick Waterford was visited by a heavy thunderstorm accompanied by an ex ceptionally heavy downpour ofrain Vivid flashes of lightning were followed by peals of thunder that seemed to shake the houses Rain fell heavily in fact to such an extent that several houses were flooded and the occupants in some cases were compelled to leave their beds Patrick J Meehan eldest son of Pat rick A Meehan Esq Chairman of the Queens County Council has just been admitted solicitor or the High Court of Justice in Ireland Meehan served his apprenticeship with George Collins of the wellknown firm of Casey Casey and intends practicing in Maryborough Abbeyleix and Queens county generally An important conference of the County Council and local authorities of County Wexford was held in Wexford under the Presidency of Sir Thomas Esmonde when a strong protest was made against the local governments dictation as man ifested on several occasions and the delegates resolved to offer a stout resist ance to the boards pretensions on this matterA named James Hughes who resides in Coalisland met with a serious accident while engaged in the engine pit of Carr McNally at Coalisland Hughes was working in a small opening and the roof fell in and he remained en tombed for an hour and a half A num her of his fellowworkers set about and had him removed He was badly crushed From the fall of the roof Coroner Flnnegan of Belfast held an iinquest concerning the death of William M Ryan who was drowned while bath ing in the River Lagan on the 2nh prpx Averdict accidental drowning was returned Robert Canuichael who at tempted to save the deceased and recovered the body was complimented by the jury for his conduct on the occasion the Coroner remarking that he would bring the matter before the proper authorities In an ably written leader on the IrUk Language the Cork Southern Star- speaking of1 the deoutudti pf tbe Gaelic ofIrishi taken at a whole ii reasonable It doesn not err on the side of extravagance It doe not Sek Krditwy revolu tion in existing educational methods It is made with complete unanimity and has the sanction of the highest educa tional experts on the continent and else where The extraordinary impetus given to tram car traveling in Dublin in the first instance by the introduction of the penny fare and more recently by the substitu tion of electric traction for horse haulage is illustrated by some figures quoted by the Chairman at the meeting of the Tramway Company held recently In the first half of the year 1891 there were eight and onehalf million passengers carried on the Dublin tram cars In the halfyear that has just closed the number had risen to over twentyone million On the whole finer prospects than those now obtaining in South Kildare could not be wished for Cereals are heavy and promise an abundant yield Barley which is the principal grain crop grown and which finds a ready market for malting purpOses is healthy and with favorable ripening weather the yield is likely to reach the highest experienced for years Wheat a good deal of which is grown in this district inconsequence of being bought by local mill merchants for manufacturing purposes is a particularly fine crop and with good ripening weather the best results are expected On Sunday evening two men named Graham and Hyatt had a narrow escape from drowning in the Shannon at Ath lone It appeared that the two men had enjoyed a boating excursion up the lake during the early part of the day and on their return back to the quay the boat which they occupied got accidently cap sized and they wereJprecnpttated into the water where the depth is very great After struggling for some time in a help less condition Mr Brien proceeded to their assistance in one of his boats and after considerable difficulty had them rescued from their perilous position in a very exhausted stat- eWORTHY OF SUCCESS Aid Society of the West End Will Picnic at River view Park The announcement of the grand preparations made for the picnic to be given by the St Joseph Aid Society of St Patricks parish at Riverview Park on Monday August 27 insures its success Two bands of music will be present under the direction of Tom Scally and an en joyable time is guaranteed all who at tend This society has done much charitable work in the West End and its picnic should draw an immense crowd The full rammejwi11appear in our next issue FATHER RAFFOS LAWN FETE Elaborate preparations have been made by Father Raffo and the ladies of St Charles Borromeo church for the lawn fete and ice cream festival to be given Tuesday and Wednesday evenings The grounds at Twentyseventh and Chestnut streets will be brilliantly illuminated and tastefully decorated and here enjoyable afternoons andevenings can be spent The affair is given for the benefit of the school connected with the church and for this reasonan admission fee of only ten cents will be charged The ladies in charge have prepared an excellent menu and in addition there willl be various forms of amusement A DELI o liTrut VACATION TOU J Only IJj round trip from Louisville to Benton Harbor and the fruit belt of Michigan iTrain leaves uisvil1e from Seventh street depot Saturday August 18 at 8 oclock m arriving at Benton Harbor at 020 p m MMM evening Tickets are good returning ten days from date of side giving ample time at Benton Harbor for delightful excursions IakeMicSt Mlellis located only one mile from t01t Harbor and is easily reached by electric railway This beauti Cut Lake City aa most noted summer re sort Splendid hotel accommodations be had at reaWe rates Benton Hatter Mich is situated in the heart of tbe Michigan fruit belt Peaches peon applet and grapes now in uperabun bMkM The whole region is one continuo fruit garden On the St Joseph riverM numerous resorts and all are equally vMtMnt and hospitable and readily readpl by the steamers May Graham an4rerit flagman Mptagt twentyon in num ber nnfimqm for their mineral waters and sully KC ptd by electric lines whose- tracks termhic at tcnfwbOie1aod bath house Per any f information call on or write to S J ea lanasil nt HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOeneral- News Notes There are five divisions in Mobile Ala andvicinity Division 1 had a largely attended meeting Tuesday evening Three more names were presented for membership in Division 1 this week Another division has been instituted in Passaic N J with thirty charter mem bersThe annual picnic of the Savannah di visions was held at Tybee Ga and was well attended James J Burns was initiated into Di vision 1 Tuesday night He expresses himself as highly pleased with the order D E Ryan of Division 3 of Buffalo was unanimously reelected President at the annual convention of the Erie County BoardDivision 8 of St Paul entertained Di vision 4 last night at Knights of Colum bus Hall A special programme had been arranged National Treasurer Moran of Washington spoke for the order at Sulzer Park New York last Wednesday the occasion being the great Irish field day The Daughters of Erin of Division 3 of St Paul will celebrate their fifth anni versary next Friday evening with a hop The weather never gets too warm for them The new military company of Hiber nian Knights has been started in Cincin nati There will be about seventyfive members in the company when com pletely organized The two Ladies Auxiliaries of Butte Mont held their annual picnic at Greg ory Springs last Sunday week All winners in the games and races were highly rewarded The prizes were valuable and appropriateDivision 1 of Buffalo installed its new officers last week in the presence of a large number of members and visitors Refreshments were profuse as was also the enterainment Speeches and song held Sway till midnight Upon the arrival of the new rituals the Literary Committee of Division 1 will begin its labors in earnest The mem bend will provide many pleasures for the meetings during the coming fall and winter There is much talent of a high order in this body which it is proposed to thoroughly develop The Hibernians of Milwaukee are hav lug an immense celebration today Among others down for addresses are National President John Keating State President John Kelly Mayor Rose and Rev Father Ward of Beloit One of the field features was a tug of war for a silver trophy teams of policemen fire men and from North and South Mil waukee having entered It lias been practically decided that the corner stone of the new Hibernian build ing in Worcester will be laid on Sunday August 26 The committee which has charge of the building is active in making preparations for the event which will be a notable one in the history of the Irish American citizens of Worcester County President Rogers is in communication with the various State and countyofficials and all are expected to be present on the occasion It is not yet definitely settled whether there will be a general parade of the order or not It has been decided to have the inscription on the corner stone in the Irish language 6TO CIIICAOO AND RETURN6 MONON ROUTE On account of the thirtyfourth na tional encampment of the G A R the Monon route will sell tickets from Louis vine to Chicago and return from August 25 to 29 inclusive at JO Upon payment of fifty cents in Chi Chicago limit of tickets will be extended to September 30 The rate front all points in Kentucky will be one cent per mile from starting point to Louisville and re turn with 6 added For full particulars map time schedule etc confer with local agent or address E H Bacon Dis trict Passenger Agent Louisville ONE PARE TO LOUISVILLE VIA SOUTHERN RAILWAY On August 24 and 25 one fare round trip to Louisville via Southern railway tickets good to return until August 27 The Southern railway is the only lint wing throe daily trains be tween Lexington and Louisville For information apply to nearest agent Southern railway route or address William H Tayloe ANt Gen Paa agent Louie JOIN B CASTIBMAN ARTHUR G LANGHAM BRKCKINRIDGB CASTutMAN Royal Insurance Co OF LIVERPOOL LARGEST FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY IN TilE VORLD BARBEE CASTLEfflAN Managers Southern Department GEoovAIaB xavssv=xsca LOUISVILLE KY FRfNK FEflR BREWING 60INCORPORATED Brewers and BottlersLOUISVILLE KY i ttttgjttttt RAFFOS = v ST I Nothing sold but 1 Cr I guaranteed goods Absolutely the Best Furniture sand Carpets in Louisville I M A store where quality is of first considerationa S3 place where you are treated right and money back =3 if you are not entirely satisfied 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