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Digital page images are linked to the text file. x- G I KENTUCKY ISII AMEkIcAN VOLUME YNO 9 LOUISVILLE SATURJSIJV SEPTEMBER 1 190Q PRICE FIVE CENTS A WORKINGMEN 3 i Will Make a Grand Showing in the Labor Day Parade Monday t- 1Many Unions Have Procured Unique Uniforms Forthe Occasion I Thousands Will Attend the t Picnic at Phoonlx Hill Park READY FOR THE MARSHALS ORDER Next Monday will witness a wonderful demonstration in honor of the man who makes his bread by the sweat of his brow This day out of three hundred and sixty five is devoted to the toiler that rest and recreation may be his Little though it isit is enough to show him how deeply into the heart of the people has struck the responsive chord of sympathy and compassion for the man of labor Like a healthy growing tree its branches arc reaching out for the sheltering and the protection of all men embracing the laboring classes wherever they go and shielding them from the heat of tyranny and oppression This year all the trades unions of Louisville will observe the day with more goodwill and eclat than ever before Chairman Young and Secretary James Looney report that about fifty or I ganizations will be in line with the pros Ipectof others being added i Chief Marshal August Kline and his ahlea will form the parade into three rdivMSoai All the bands in the city have 1Jeengaged Harry J Skeffington of tIn exGeneral Secretary of the Na iioftal Boot and Shoe Workers Union win be the orator of the day He is a pleasing forcible speaker having a rich brogue full of wit and repartee He en joys a fine reputation as an intelligent exponent of the principles of trades unionism The great parade will form M follows First division wilt assemble at Eighth JlH eoi 9INtiI Ifacillx up Jekeneu 9- Mrseat akriets C eCand etlersoa Second divida Will assemble at Ninth and Jefferson both sides of street and rest on Tenth between Market and Jef fersonThird division will assemble at Tenth and Jefferson both sides of rtreet and rest on Eleventh between Jefferson and MarketThe parade will move promptly at 2II oclock on the stroke of the City Hall bell and will march through the follow ing streets Up Jefferson to Fifth In Fifth to Market Up Market to Jackson r Out Jackson to Jefferson l Up Jefferson to Baxter Out Baxter to Phoenix Hill Park The three divisions will be composed of the unions named below who will march in the following order FIRST DIVISION Marshal Gus L Heicken Platoon of Mounted Police Morbachs Military Band Marshal and AidesA J Kline Chief Marshal AldesC P Schley Humphrey Knecht Wm Jacobs Wm Wathen Carriages of Guests and Officers First Carriage Orator of the Day Harry J Skeffington and Ladies Zeno Young Chairman Labor Day Committee Sec ond CarriageJames M Looney Secretary o Labor Day Committee John Fucbs President Central Labor Union James MCGiIt1ChairmanI CarriageDavid OGorman of Reception Committee and L J Kiefer of Finance I CommitteeCarriages I for Representatives of the PressII I Amalgamated Association of Street Railway Employes Barbers Union- Doxmakers and Sawyers Union Brewers Union- Hroommakers Union Brotherhood of Carpenters a Joiners No 103 I Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners No 214 Coopers Union- Brotherhood Painters and Decorators SKCOND DIVISION Marshal Perry G Dawson First Regiment Band Typographical Union Gennania Typograpbla jMereotypers and HtectrotypereJ Union FreMNnens Union vPPreIIleedenValon j Horawboefft Union PjMerera Union s fkCiffarmaken r i v Tobacco WcirkmUifeH1 IJ Bunt Mid ilUtftl Werken Union trillion Unio4- P fffij ivJllOk Marshal 3 K Aiwaa LooUrilU MUttsryltersi v t PaUrrntnalUtt UiiM II w PaperbaU r Iron Motdera Unida Ucchinlats UgIoU Pltuaberi VafcW 8teand t pa0ar ltltiylgun t j Steam and HotWater Filters Helpers Union Sign Painters Union Pavers and Rammers Union Leather Workers Union f Chain makers Union Federal Labor Union American Federation of Musicians Wood Carvers Union Bartenders Alliance NOTES It is conceded by all that the Coopers Union will present a swell appearance JOHN CAVANAUGH President Iron Molders Union with handsome badges white aprons and nocoatsThe that turns out larger than the carpenters will have to muster mor than 600 men Their uniform will con sist of white hats shirts and belt The printers will not make their usual showing Large numbers are engaged on the papers and can not get off Perry Dawson says his division will carry off the honors of the parade The barbers will make a fine showing with white caps and cots and canes The cigarmakers will turn out at least 350 men STEPHEN DUNIGAN Well Known Irishman Who Rose From Labors Ranks 1t 1 1 ltlatH fris11d r n 1 iiiDnaig1vil who was born and raised in this city The son of poor but honest Irish parents he went t work for the Louisville Nashville Railroad Company after leaving school when but fourteen years old During his con nection with the railroad its employes all became his friends because of his happy disposition and willingness to aid his fel lowmen who elected him to the General Council of the city of Louisville three times by flattering majorities This appreciation of his merit and ability was the more marked from the fact that Mr Dunigan was always a pronounced Dem ocrat while the Tenth ward which he represented was considered Republican by a safe majority But with the assist i ance of such strong and influential friends s as the late John Dugan Martin Donahue and other well known labor men the only question was the size of the ma jorityWhile a member of the Council Mr Dunigan engaged in business for himself on Market street between Fourth and Fifth and soon his place became the headquarters for both business and workingmen Upon the election of Mayor Henry S Tyler that gentleman appointed him Superintendent of streets which po sition he held till some time ago During his connection with city affairs he made an excellent official liberal and honest His vote was always recorded for organ ized labor end those employed under him had only words of praise for his Jdnd treatment As will be seen in our advertising columns bets now located at Sev enth and St Catherine streets having grrncerytitsagain meet him in business for himself KNIGHTS RESTED Tile Knights of Ret nailing camp haa cloned for the year IPOO Lifter having en tertained hundreds of our citizens on dif ferent occaaiona Henry C Letters waI celebrated Wednesday with and large crowd similar to the one grMent on Walters Brothers day Everyprepara tion bad heivniade for the entertainment jorabMtiaMftI1 f- i J 1i d II IRISH SUPPER Tho IrishAmerican Society Will Entertain Its Friends September 20 Invitations Are Out For Open Social Meeting and I Reception Pleasing ProgralnntoArranged 1 Especially For the Lady Ylsltors A THE COMMITTEE DOING GREAT WOR The most pleasing announcement mad in these columns for some time will b that the IrishAmerican Society has ar ranged for ail open social meeting and reception on Thursday evening Septem ber 20 when an interesting programme of literary and inusicnllexercises will be followed by an Irish supper and mirth and merriment galore This anniversary celebration which will partake of the form of a banquet in many respects was decided upon at the last meeting and since that time Messrs Joe Byrne Gus Kane and Pat Connaughton have done some great hustling and the prospects are that this will surpass any one of the takeneplace iti Hibernian Hall Thomas Keenan forujerly President of the society has been selected by the committee to preside on the occasion and will Introduce well known speakers who will make short talks upon topics of interest to nil Irish Americans In addi tior to the vocal and instrumental num hers tisre Tilll be a cake walk in which will be seen Master Philip Connell and Josephine Byrne who are sureto make a hitand Misses Irene Murphy Hattie May Gallagher mud several others This part of the programme has been arranged particularly for the ladies who are expected to be present in numbers During the evening Miss Lizzie Tarps will render piano solos embracing saute chojcebutvery difficult Irish selectionr Iii T rt l sing Bome of their most pleasing songs There will be a number of others on the ano nounced later During the year there have been numerous Dutch and other suppers but none of these will be in it with that to sewed on this occasion which will be bee Irish supper throughout We have word of Joe Byrne Gus Kane and Pot Connaughton that there is no hot air in the foregoing statement Tables will be placed in the front hall where the supper will be served and an abundance of refreshments will be intermingled with a feast of reason and flow of soul that should be memorable The invitations have been limited to 500 ladies and gentlemen and those honored with them should feel fortunate All the members are urged to attend the meeting Thursday night when they willl receive invitations for their friends This organization embraces many ofr the best known IrishAmericans in Lou isville but there are hundreds of others who should belong Its insurance andl benevolent textures are worthy of hearty support but these matters will be fully explained upon that occasion N FATAL OUTING Young Mike Doyle Perished In Harrods CreeK Sunday Pew happier parties ever left this city for a days outing than that which went to spend the day at Harrods Creek last Sunday of which young Mike Doyle was one of the factors The party embraced a number of wellknown and popular young boys and girls who sought a day in the country little thinking that their happiness would be turned to the deepest gloom before their return to the city The young folks had been enjoying themselves until well in the afternoon when the boys went into the water While thus disporting themselves Doyle who could not swim stood on the bank watching them in the distance when suddenly the bank gave way and precipitated him into about twelve feet of water His companions either did not see him or were too frightened to attempt hisI rescue and the unfortuate lad perished His body was rescued Sunday evening and brought to his home in this city JamesDoyleI 1324 Eleventh street All who knew him admired him for his many excellent traits and cheery disposition which made Ida favorite among his wide circle of acquaintances He waa employed by the I Laub Brae and the news of the sad fatal t employersapath for the bereaved father were numerous t WJHWW OP SCHOOLS The parochial and other cbooU open Monday but the Labor day celebration I will prevent the regular aitwdftnee until r Tueaaay I N f FATHffllFQWLER New Priori a Dominican n Chore m Kansas a Mo Rev James her is the newly elected Prictf WjSBflkrailuican church I and he has alrcaiymved from Kansas I City to enter irtfjjRJelJ of labor His losstj In Kansas Cifwas as popular as Father Logan We The reverend gentleman is a m3jiHellectual man and a fine speaker paamMKi of many traitsI similar to those et lift predecessor lIe will assume chargejrfjK Louis Bertrand 8 under auspiclouflejgejSistances and that parish may welijggjSiStulate itself upon having hint for thee next three years asI prior v YorkKIz City about forty years agol1ndwas edu cated at the JestdtKoHege on Sixteenth street there lieftStSfed the Dominican nineteene rateto the priesthoodT Alter his he was scut toy Vasltngton D C a chaplain of thelifoldiers Home From there he went lolftewark N J then t New haven C p ass rector of St Marys chapel erward to Columbus 0 where hetwf wplain of St Mortal the Springs House of the tact charge wa MsaeA mist for aiidi sill i have = ezpked O nu obit about Tfalhcr Fowler is that ajpxtver he has been stationed he has always been in charge never being a subordinate or an assistant JAMES A ROSS A Staunch Friend of Trades Unionism and Union Men- The accompanying cut is a likeness of James A Ross the well known grocery and saloon proprietor who is located a the northeast corner Eighth and St Catherine streets Although compara tively a young man in business Mr Ross has built up a trade which reflects great credit on his business ability He was born and raised in the 1locality in which be is now situated and received his edu cation at the Dominican school from whence he left to accept employment with the Mcngel Bros Box Company lIe remained for fourteen years with this company and during that time became prominently identified in helping to 0 ganize the Boxmokers Union of whic ije is an honorary member at present Jim as he is familiarly known is a recognized friend of union labor and can always be depended on to boom a union label Young lady readers who should Mr1t08ffiffiotograPhareI BARON RUSSELL IBarouRuillel1 of Killowen Lord Chief Justice of England flctaiki of whose death have been given In the icily prew waa a grfftt lawyer in the largest ene of the twm aixi he waa a nan el great attain jncnts ootridedg hli profession An Irhhman by birth he inherited the wit of the Celt and jkaued to ittfa delibera tive faculties of the Bnglianntan The combination made hits almost Irresistible At he bar and luminous ott the bench longfoeCbStrf Jrr tfc pl feagUnd He waa a devout titt Patber Rus eeU o4usegatw JQ REUNION Young liens Institute Will Col ohrato at Rivervlow Monday Father Ryan of Winchester Hill Lecture Tomorrow Evening Grand Council Meets Tuesday r Morning at Trinity Hall GUESTS OF MACKIN TUESDAY NIGHT On Sunday September 2 at 730 p m KynYoungsMens Institute Hall 718 East Gray street The admission is free and the public cordially invited Father Ryan who is a member of the Young Mens Institute at present one of the Board of Supreme Directors and for many years Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Kentucky Jurisdiction is a very eloquent and interesting speaker The committee in charge has completed all arrangements so that those attending will spend an en joyable evening The different branches in attendance at the convention from this city will be represented as follows Salon CouncilDelegate William A Perry alternate Dr Irwin Abell Mackiu Council Delegates George J Lautz James T Shelley alternates William Kerberg R L Fisher Trinity Council 230Delegates Ben Hund John Hennessey alternates A J Schneider T J Garvey New Haven Lexington Winchester Frankfort Mt Sterling Lebanon Bowl ing Green and other points in Kentucky Albanyoand Madison Ind will be well repre sentedThe programme announces a meeting of the Grand Board of Directors at the insCouncilahlehby Jt Ftw Rya 1 tuvwklcYike- i l ijJi = ire ih totedteiview Bark Tuesday mornl g the dele gates aud visitors will meet at the WUlard Hotel the official headquarters and proceed in a body to St Aloysius church Payne street where high mass will be celebrated by the pastor Rev Pother OGrady Prom the church they will proceed to Trinity Council Hall At night a reception will be held in honor of the Grand Council The sessions on Wednesday will probably be held at Satolli Hall At night the Mackin Council will entertain with a lawn fete on its handsome grounds This is expected to Thetbusiness of the convention will be completed by Thursday evening The Reunion Committee at its meeting at Satolli Hall last Sunday transacted a great deal of business The different subcommittees made Interesting reports showing that all arrangements had been completedFriends of the Young Mens Institute 00throughout ested in its progresS fttmi a small be ginning in San Francisco years ago it differentrcityhand town from the Atlantic to the Pacific Originating on the sunny slope of the Golden State its mission has been onedf peace and intellectual development fruits of religion and refinement Its young men are among the most virtuous and cultivated in the country and no dissen slon nor disunion we trust will ever enter to mar its concord and its progress The souvenirs prepared by the local committee ore in two sizes and very handsome Besides these pretty badges have been procured for the delegates aud visitorsThe reception tendered the Grand Council by Mackin Council will no doubt attract a large crowd to its lawn fete Tuesday evening rFRANKFORT Hibernians May Run An Excursion to Natural Bridge Special Correspondence of the Kentucky Irish American- FRANKPORTjAug OOThe Hibernians of Frankfort are contemplating running an excursion to Natural Bridge on Sua daySeptember 23 They will make ar rang nets for the train to leave Louis vine alias early hoar The Legislature met and organized Thursday last The new members of both houses were sworn in and the Gov ernors tacMage read after which the resignations of several officers were re ceived and accepted The Democratic members called a caucus for Wednesday night to name successors to those holding other tate icenJid O Leigh was nominated bjf acclamation for Chief Clerk of the House and William P Thorne Jr was unanimously Dominated for 8er grantat Arms JtH Miles who it a veteran Democrat wa alto nominated by acclamation for UM poaHtoa 01 Door kape tit Uw Hone wileD tke caveat Jt ifti 0 adjourned without transacting any other businessCol P Davis spent Sunday very pleasantly in Shelbyville It is said that during the entire day he did not make n single reference to the street fair or B POE Messrs John Dolan Lambert Newman Clarence Fugazzi Will Kennedy and John Lutkemeier spent last Sunday very agreeably in Georgetown Col Dolan was delighted with his visit which will JOHN HICKEY Liberal Contributor to Trades Unions berepeated upon his return from New Albany next week The Legislature accepted an invitation to attend the Shelbyville fair and as there will be no session Monday no business will be transacted after Thursday evening until Tuesday morning Quite a number of bills were introduced in the Senate looking to the amendment of the election law Senater Alexanders meeting with particular favor Miss Nellie McNamara of Lexington spent Saturday and Sunday in this city the guest of her aunt Mrs K B McNa nines JOHN FUCHS President of Central Labor Union and WellKnown Cltlzln 8- Cr riA- aV y lLabor Union who during the past year has displayed remarkable intelligence and skill as the head of that important labor body which is composed of the best minds in the local labor movement Much of the success of the recent union of the trades unionists is due to his con servative but firm policy Always re spected for his integrity he now has warm friends in every organization in this city Mr Fuchs is a brewer by occu pation having beeu with the Prank Fehr Brewing Company for the past twelve years For three terms he was elected President of the local Brewers Union without opposition which position he resigned last January to accept the Presi dency of the Central Labor Union of which he has for years been a represent ative Last year he was made Chairman of the Labor Day Committee in recogni tion of his former services and every trust committed to his care has been faithfully carriedout Mr Fuchs resides in the East End with his family where he Is regarded one clrIclesI expire in December + but there is a grow ing sentiment already favoring his re election because of his zeal and impartial treatment of all questions and members of the central body s FIFTH AVENUE HOTEL As nicely kept a hotel as is in the city as well kept a table and good manage ment as can be found anywhere is to belied I at the Fifth Avenue Hotel Fifth I street between Green and Walnut centrally I located convenient to business as welllUlto places of amusement it has I become under the case of Mr Pike Campbell one of the pleasantest and most comfortable hotel in the city A1 Rood neighborhood iIt always necessary I1 forthe mcc M of a hotel and nowhere I tbQfOUlhIfareOi II those in the neighborhood of this hotel l All friends of this paper are sated to patroofM the Fifth Avenue I q SENSATION Caused Ijy Speech of President John T Keating atIMilwaukee ill Slakes a Powerful Appeal to Americans Against Imperialism Those hi Control of tho GocrllfIt mont Forgetting Their Own Duty THE HIBERNIAN LOVES AMERICA From the Catholic Citizen we take the following address of National President Keating delivered at the recent annual demonstration of the Hibernians of Mil waukee which on account of its political 1 bearing created no small sensation Ladies and Gentlemen My friend President Kelly has honored me by in traducing me as from Milwaukee and I trust the day is not far distant when the expansion of our Garden City will pass even the frontier of the Badger State and annexation permit us to recognize the citizens of Milwaukee as Chicagoans- I had the pleasure a year ago to speak to you from this platform and relate to you the history of the order during the first two centuries of its existence It af forded me much pleasure to recount to you the splendid achievements of the or der in the isle across the sea and in lands other than its own It was a grateful task to the National President to recount the efforts of the old society in behalf of the Irish race The first century front 1691 to 1791 was given to keeping alive in the hearts of the Gael the devotion to holy faith which had won for the people of Ireland the enmity of the author the penal laws The second ce voted to inspiring in the so and the child of the exil old land and the intere of her people I then tunity of relating to yj our membership unc Friendship Unity ant related the interes aM a freedom From the earliest sy O u erty a struggle on this continent the Irishman was in the thick of the fray In the glorious struggles from Lexington to Yorktown the Irish immigrant was distinguished forliis loyalty to the cause of the colonies Behind the cotton bales of New Orleans he stood ready to die beside the heroic Jackson On the heights of Chapultpec he supported the dignity of the flag and fought for all it signified From Bull Run to Appomattox he gave his bEst and bravest effort to save the Union for the benefit of humanity How splendid a record I How stirring a storyt Thousands of leagues divided him from loved Innlsfall but within the shores of Columbia he found all he prayed for across the sea and his love was in tensified by the cater that the foe who devastated Erin of the Streams was the enemy of the land of his adoption Today however the Hibernian the most representative citizen of the Irish immigrant to whose record and devotion I have referred is depressed with prophetic misgiving He looks back over two years of toil and glory won lie rejoices in two centuries of accomplish ment and standing on the thresholdof the new century he nerves himself anew for future effort in behalf of faith and race He is proud of the flag To hint and his it was a beacon oAlight and hope for all who loved liberty It shone resplendent u when the clouds of tyranny darkened the skies of freedom But today those splendid colors that star enspangled blue so symbolic of the height and width of true American ideal that white so typical oCthe purity of our women that crimson so remindful of the courage of our men today that inspiring banner is clouded stud its colors fade amidst the mists of foreign chicanery false diplomacy and alien intrigue The Hibernian was proud of isolated Colum bia He knew that were the armaments of the world against her she could be victorious and he deplores the unfortu nate fact that those who at present con trol the government of the republic are forgetting their duty to the truths taught by the fathers and are untrue to the principles embodied in that immortal docu ment the Declaration of Independence It is insinuated the Hibernian is actuated by prejudice It is said he is voicing ideas born of his hatred of England and English rule The statements are misrepresentations The Hibernian loved America because that nation was a shelter for his exiled people in their day of crow r He is proud of all the republic has accomplished and believes in its power to do more but he knows that today rfS chasm dug with British influence and British greed lies beside our petit of pro gress and willing dupes are striving to direct our footsteps toward Ute horrid depths of European plutocracy which 1are hidden from sightby the rose tinted t ql foreign aggrandizement and colonist policy We are not prejudiced but we would be false to the republic if Iwedld not notice and denounce the growth of AngiophlHnrt among the richer COlltPrvc oar vpiTR Uta- oj SiFr r7 I c S Q 0 1NrUcIfsx 1a114 HRI 5A+ TJ WATHENS m M fFACTORY l UMmr BAKERY l 629 I iglltb Street Finest Vanilla and Lemon Creams per gallon 75c Sherbets all kinds per gallon 75c I Brick and Euchre Cream pergallon100Ca- pacity I 1500 gallons per day Goods shipped as far as 200 miles Fine Cakes made daily Special prices to churches festivals hotels dealers and everyday orders Long distance telephone 2144 HBnHIIHHH fI1BilFlOranW Smiths Sons I Funeral Directors And Embalmers B MISS KATE SMITH Lady Assistant and Embalmer i Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short NoticeII MOVED TO 700 WEST WALNUT STREETI I ITELEPHONE 8101mI ilti lit IllB B 3 B 1 IIIII1 UIIIIIBB THOROUGH f BOARD OFTRADE BUILDING THIRD AND MAIN STSU LOUISVILLE KY CENTRAL COAL IRON CO INCORPORATBD 410 WEST MAIN STREET Miners and Dealers in RENDER AND ECHOLS COAL ALWAYS GIVES SATISFACTION All Sizes Anthracite Coal on Hand Tel 1 157 and 2324 JOHN F OERTELBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY EAM COMMON BEER 1400140 Story Avenue 891 LOUISVILLE KY DRINK I I LI itPrit B- YSENNACKERMAN 1 f j yBR ING COJMPANYJNOORPORArED 452 LOUISVILLE ICw l 0 PARADISEI e I SAMPLE- r ROOMv Good Liquors a Specialty Fifteen Ball Pool + M J HICKEY PROPRIETOR maw a Telephone 384 248 West Jefferson streot JOHN XC FRANK = r WALTERS GClay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 2092 LOUISVILLE KY HENRY C LAUERv i n TELEPHONE 1140 FINE WINES AND o 407 EAST WMARKETJf BRANCH HOUSE 905 TRAINING TELEPHONE f LIVERY AND BOARDING STABLE I 428 AND 430 f EAST JEFFERSON STREET I LOUISVILLE KY I I SHE IIS CRYINGtBecause She Wanted to Go With Her Manma t- oCHICAGOI ON THE In sa GHGAtjT PARLOR AWING CAR p E H Patsaet get Jlibut 1 BACONLoalevilte Ky PRANK J REED General PoMenxer Agent C H ROCKWRU Trilte Iltanager W H McDOSJ PnuJdert andGepIMl lYpaaagtr t t The Mutual Lift Insurance Co 01 JCENTUOXY Incorporated iI OTHER DIRECTORS J I McHenry Attorney nt Law II W llarret Pres Eclipse Woolen Mills M Mnldoon Monument Marble Works II M Burford Pres Dank of Commerce Attilla Cox Pres Columbia Finance and Trust Co Edw W Hays Cashier Dank of Ky Thomas R Gordon Attorney at Law G H MeldrmnSnead Van Alstiue Meldrutn Co Allen R Hite Attorney at Law W C Priest Real Estate John W Barr Jr Vice Pros Fidelity Trust Safety Vault Co This Company issues the most Attractive Simple andeasily sold form of whole life policies besides writing everything good in Endowwent other forms of Life Insurance depositedholders All claims paid pftimptly upon receipt approval proof of death REMEMBER YOUR OWN FAULTS In speaking of a persons faults Pray dont forget your own Remember those with homes of glass Shouldseldom throw a stone If we have nothing else to do Than talk of those who sin Tis better to commence at home And from that point begin We have no right to judge a man Until hes fairly tried Should we not like his company We know the world is wide Some may have faults and who has not The old as well as young Perhaps we may for aught we know Have fifty to their one Ill tell you of a better plan And find it works full well To try my own defects to cure Ere others faults I tell And though I sometimes hope lobe No worse than some 1 know My own shortcomings bid me let The faults of others go Then let us all when we begin To slander friend or foe Think of the harm one word may do To those we little know Remembercurses sometimes like Our chickensroost at home Dont speak of others faults until We have none of our o- wnCHAFF p During the civil war the Ninetieth lllir nola Voluteersageerallyt knows as t- b i lisiiigl iJi carriedl lther fiS4tii throughiW twentysevenj engagements iti onlyl a stripof green silk was left Cot Lonergan obtained possession of the cov eted bit of green after the war and has preserved it lovingly and carefully ever since He presented it a few days ago tto Major OConnor the senior surviving officer of the Legion who carried the precious trophy home with him to Chi cago where it will become the property of the remaining members of the Irish Legion Club in Chicago What remains of it now is barely two inches square but when it floated over the heads of the brave boys who carried it to victory or death it floated graceful and long iu the welcome breeze as it caught the first glimpse of the rising sun jor bade adieu to its last rays in the evening hour We are told by the Chicago Chronicle that the most lonely high lands of our national territory are the sparsely wooded Sierras of Western New MexicOliThe clank of the woodcutters ax echoes through the steepest glens of the European Alps and Southern Alleghanics but in the Sierra Mesilla west of El Paso there are valleys where the moan of the wind in the branches of the rock pines is the only sound heard for days together A kind of marmot is the only inhabitant of these solitudes add rarely leaves its burrows before noon Birds areextremely rare though a silent vulture now and then floats ross the sky on its way to the cave labyrinth of the Gila river Madame Pegard has been given the title of Chevalier in the Legion of Honor by the French Government To the en terprise and intelligence of Mme regards due the womans palace at the Exposi tion Few women have received this favored title and women the world over will rejoice to see one of theiri sisters so honored In Kansas City last week while grad ing for clay in a brick yard the men came across the bones and tusks of an elephant twice the size of time present India giant known as the mammoth mammal of the glacial period There are sufficient remains of this extinct ani mal found in Northern Asia and Europe to afford a valuable supply of fossil ivory r lboHJasNel90nPaxchaa stirred up the vials of wrath of Newports rich class by terming them gilded imitators of for eign fashUmable life living is a ditch of profligacy The flattery which the preacher of a certain Prod Cant church pour into the ears of his rich congrega tion is punctured by his sharp criticism and the pharUaiwu of the man who preaches the foapal of sycophancy and cobiry touched up in good style Pea pie of Keith who are married awl re fu ruled dont want their moral ulnas laid bar M roercitetaly saMr lye has o1becautiCail4 aho eUi r beMlthy ad sound denunciation of Newports poisoned home atmosphere iIs M unique slid honest as it is rare Many miracles hajne been wrought by he g4 81LAtta ds l3pupoget ta0eo ttiJi i J tto l OFFICERS ii- rr r J George W Mrrli JUY Presidentt W W HUe lVice President r David Merlwetheri Secretary Joseph PellHS i wsTreasurer Jas B Siecdmaa Medical Director Homi Office Lsuisville Kyy and and of Assets June 30 1900 4 per r in Trial Death Claims and Paid miles from Quebec July 26 is the feast of St Anne and every year the day i l celebrated with high isIIII and benediction Hymns are sung prayers chanted aloud and most marvellous cures follow The desire to form an tongue has led Leon Bolak of France to invent what he pleases to call the Blu language so named from the firmament which embraces the whole world He finds it an name for the ne language which will place all the na tions of the world in making of them by a common tongue one people Its spelling is phonetic and its easily understood tt- The Marquess of Post master General of London has recently as being the title suitable to all men who are not evidently labor ers personal servants or tradesmen At this rate the rich merchants and store keepers can not lay claim to the title and yet the richer they become the more anxious they are to passover into a coon try where social etiquette forbids them the prefix of an ordinary Mrs M L Lake Third Vice President of the Catholic Total Abstinence Union of America utters a warning cry to the American women against thense of in bevergeCMrs Lake is a handsome wftfnaii of strong character and wasitrlCentucky for two weeks during the early part of June this year She ad dressed of Lorcttos institu tion on Juno 11 mad visited pacts if Ike Statettlaatt- tR ii- rt i rt eIfere rearrf arc eiaqaidI oolhtaltjr r1lf r12 Money that could be spent usefully for or for charities is wasted every day by women troth old and young for cosmetics skin lotions and wrinkle chasers when plenty of soapand water and frequent immersions in the tnb are all that is needed for a good com plexion Clotted pores and greasy skins will in time correct themselves by the plentiful use of water for both the outer and inner economy Pretty hands nails and ears will result from this devotion to water and plain good soap Those women long past lifes meridian who possess fine clear will if asked as to the cause of their good luck tell Us that they are living of the good result of frequent bathing The oldest newspaper in the world is the Pekin Gazette It was established in the year 941 A D and has been pub lished regularly since 1351 For many years an English translation of the more documents have been fur speaking sary because of its befog the formal record of all oordinances ceremo tiles opinions and of time Chinese r the Shah pf Persia visiting at the Paris has returned home with a ship laden with American products bicycles wind mills a private railroad car and twelve poodle dogs He has chosen the bicycles for his body guard He tried long and the different makes of wheel from England France and Germany but decided that he liked best those of American surprised the firma by buying out the whole stock Ten American washing machines and the setae number of launches twenty baby carriages wade in our country amid three American motor cats He was princely in his purchases and complimentary to American skip and There have been seven Presidents since the French republic war lnunded in 1871 Each election term is seven years but so far only one M Jules Gravy has served the fun term The President who had thee shortest term of oboe was M Cad airPerier elected in June 1894 after the of President Camot who ruled only six mouth having resigned his office The present Pre drnttl Entile Iowliett WM sleeted in Yeti rue 189on tike sudds death of President Psure in tttt aarljr days of bis political caner JMfof the highest honor within reach of his bad been conferred Carnot came iinto f of a HUe Indian godagrinniug hUeoun idol theKift of a had carried it with bias from the Orient A attached tolit was that it brought pros perity with it in one band and death ita the other M Cannot ridiculed the Ides of Ita bringing hint any lad luck Per bme it tras only t tfttt isms with the ptA K f IB kMI1 H STATE AND SPECIAL AGENTS Jacob FrnnkelIndlanapolls Ind W P RlchardsBt Louis 10I T R Jones Cartcrsvllle Qa Thos PoolePhlladelphla Pa W A nettle SonClarksvllle Tenn Robert SlmpsonClnclnnatl O C F VhlppleCleveland O Q T lanaganVlck8burg Miss J L 1IcOlll1onesboro Ark Sam a NevllleChnrlotte N C Mlnton VoollleyPerry Okla Geo L GibbsWashington D 0C O HotrmanLoulllvllle Ky P II HolzhclmerLouI8vllle Ky Chas EarhartPaducah Ky Geo H Owens Maysvllle Ky Moss RamseyCllnton Ky D A ChenaultLexlnBton Ky Carter Hlckman Owensboro Ky B R DentLelIChfield Ky J W DobsonLebanon Junction Ky 293928323 Surplus cent 9259023 Increase Surplns 5205526 Endowments 361571074 pontificial processions international appropriate communication construction Londonderry definedekq gentleman toxicating thellllmnre otheracade umleslucehtral homedecoratioa complexions exponents important important transactions Government Exposition embracing automobiles telephones patiently manufacture and- etyleawl extremely decidedly manufactures assassination countrymen uponWusMt possession friendwho supdMtition K0llaIl4 ocAttBttAMX l1 I near approached him after he became owner of the idol which he retained first because a gift second for its quaintness At all events his widow Mme Carnot always dreaded the hideous looking thing especially after the assassination of her husband and shortly before her own death left a written request that it be destroyed The Hindoo god was car soneand smashed into fragments as small as any of the other unrecognizable atoms ofwpassersby There recently died in Colorado a trav eling man Joseph E Badger whose con stant companion was a faithful dog The mans remains were brought to St Joseph Mo and buried there The dog lay all night beside the coffin whining piteously When the casket was placed in the bag gage car to be transferred to the place of burial the dog went with it The devoted animal seemed deeply stricken when the casket was lowered into the grave and was unwilling to leave the place A brother of Badger tdbk the dog home but he refused to eat and made his way back to the cemetery Food was carried to him but he would not eat In less than a week after its masters death the dog was found dead In a clump of grass close to Badgers grave The Japanese are said to be using more aluminum today than any foreign nation for they are employing it in shipbuilding Indian soldiers are supplied with alum inum kits and Indian bazars are full of aluminum work and the metal workers qfItullB are the cleverest craftsmen in- tttlrewWld Iadiasupp1iesragreat market tsarl for Japau aswellasj other toesMVThe soil of a large portion of the grain region of Russia and Siberia is well known as black earth fJ It is a broad belt of prairie averaging 600 or 700 miles in width beginning in Hungary and ex tending to the Ural mountains over into Siberia to unknown boundaries Recently a Miss Le Fevure who for ten years was a cripple unable to do any kind of labor was cured by the miracle worker St Anne de Benuprc On her way to the good saints shrine she felt a change for the better in her limbs After joining in the chants and hymns of the other pilgrims she arose from her crippled position and walked home cured and sound She is now able to do her house work though for n decade of years she was a helpless invalid The Cincinnati Zoological Garden is said to possess a whistling monkey He is alsosomething of a hypnotist and has been found putting other monkeys asleep in order tosteal their dinner for himself He is up to date and has learned the surest way of increasing his storeviz to steal his neighbors The Socialists and the Liberals are about to unite in a demonstration against the Vatican in the stand it inns taken concerning the late King of Italy The authorities are extremely anxious that order be not disturbed and they have goodreason to be fearful The inflam mable Italian temperament set afire by the peculiar views entertained by anarch ists and their friends will be quite sufi dent to alarm the most phlegmatic ANNIE NKVIN CUNNINGHAM HE KNOW OP ONE The crossexaminer was a smart manI whose object was to disconcert time wit ness and discredit his testimony What did you say your name wasl Was the first question Michael Doherty Michael Doherty eh Now Doherty answer me this question carefully Are you a married man 01 think so Oi was married So you think because you got married that yon are a married man do you Now tell me whom you married Who Oi married Oi married a wo manNow dont you know better than to trifle with the Court Of course you married a ndid you ever hear of anyone marrying a man Yes Mot sister did Buttons of all decorative sorts and the tiny buckles seen on wuuy of the sum profusionstitchingiacourier are tobebe1ifli i Goldgalloon andd void braids of all oru will soar in favor aa winter tylea appeara though threir popularity has ben well heralded this sunnmer and iu Paris ja W UiMBaing ia aliuort ac Inevitable aa ihablack wltot and tbe gauzy scarf from rMcb one 31 not cap JOAN B CASTIKMAN ARTHUR G LANGKAM BRKCKINRIDGK CASf IKMAH Royal Insurance Cojj LIVERPOOLILARGEST BARBEE CASTLEMAN Managers Southern Department GENERAL OPPICES- OOLUMEIAI B1TrLDrNG nv I C= I Nothing sold but II goods LOUISVILLE KY FRflNK F loBREWNG 60 I Brewers and BottlersLOUISVILLE s1ttttttttt tttt=I RAFFOS guaranteed Suits Absolutely the Best Furniture = and Carpets in Louisville MA store where quality is of first =place where you are treated right and money back yif you are not entirely satisfiedl Prices always con ZS sistent with the goodness of the goods New lines 3 of highgrade articles constantly in stock You will C3 like to trade here once you have tried it = Hauling and Moving Attended To = 321 WEST MARKET STREET 1 =North Side 1II- BFTWEEN ITHIRD AND FOURTH j 3ilil111111111111111111111111111111111 1111111111111111l1111111111111111111 S TTlfTTTiTTTTfTTTTTTTTTTTTTrrTffTWTIfTrfTTTTlTlTTllWl ll1UOOll Mollilnidilt GOllipallU IIESIONBltS AND BUILDERS OPII I GRANITEIArtistic Work Only I Workshops and Studios Carrara Italy WAREROOMS 322 328 WEST GREEN STREET I BI BBfBB1lII11BB1BBIBBII IIIBBBIIIIBBIIBB It It t t iTheI IMPORTEDFlannel consideration 1500Madesame To ofOrderII iTailorMade Suits For Hot Weather I GUILFOYLE SIMONS I I tSeeDlspalu Tailorsr andd Importers 604 W Marketr tt- Hi It + DANIEL DOUGHERTY THOMAS KEENAN oouOh6rtu Koonall UNDEQTAKEQ8 1225 West Market Street Bet Twelfth and Thirteenth YL1C PHONI3 12402 All Calls Promptly Attended to Day or Night Oar rlages Furnished for All Occasions r f J 0 J NTUC Y XiI11 AlIERICANi U oooooooooooooooooooooo ooooo oooooooo OGOO ooooooooooooooooo I 00 00 000oooooa oooooe ovvvvvr QVQQQQQQQQ Givil Liberty FirstThe Republican party of Kentucky in convention assni t V bled is confronted with avspecial and extraordinary duty in the election of a Governor of this Com monwealth in November next This convention has been called for the purpose of presenting to the people a candidate for that office The events of the past twelve months draw together all the friends of social order and civil liberty Officials elected by the people at the polls have been denied their offices and the people of Kentucky de prived of the right of choosing their State officials Republican members of the Legislature were unlawfully unseated the city of Louisville deprived of the right to any part in the conduct of the Government the counties of John son Magoffin and Martin have been denied all voice in the choice of our officers and tire courts declare that the only remedy for such invasion of personal liberty rests with the people at the polls We declare that the only govern meut is selfgovernment We de clare that in this State all men must be free and equal and that the will of the people must be the supreme law of the State We demand for each child a free school but e deny that education or accumulated property alone con fers the right of suffra erbef- irt duty of Kentucky citizenship is to repeal the GOebel election law which iis the source and continuing strength of the wrongs done in this State A vote of confidence nxt No vember inmen who are all usurpIV f ers ofaoffice and who havevfor a Ij f year pastyjeenacting together to thwart the declared will of the peo pIe will be accepted as a vote of confidence in the election law that is a blot on our statute book The Goebel law must be abolished or republican institutions must be sur renderedThis invites all friends of civil liberty and social order to unite with the Republicans of Ken tucky in securing the repeal of the Goebel election law and the pre servation of the liberties of the peopleWe congratulate the Republican party on the efforts made by Gov Taylor and his coofficials to secure this right to the people and thereby i prevent the state from having asii officers men defeated at the polls SecOndWe indorse the action of the Republican national conven tion held in the city of Philadelphia last month and the nominations of President McKinley and Governor Rooseyelt ThirdWe desire to express our indignation at the inhuman massjj sacre of ourfellowcitizens in China and give voice Hereby to our sym pathy for the relatives of those sojj foully murdered and express appreciation of the courage of American sailors marines and soldiers now engaged in protecting American citizens in that country We urge Upon the National Ad 1 ministration that every effort be f made to protect the lives and prop arty of American citizens now iia f suck imminenttperII r Civil Liberty and Popular Government paramount issue in Kentucky thejj 1441 i II nn n II n IHlU HIIII i lun I II f nflu U Uilli McKINLEY AND S kooSEvELT I I I I I y y Prosperity At Home 1 Prestige AbroadI VOTE FOR FOUR YEARS MORE OF GOOD TIMES Platform JOHN Mil VERKES Republican candidate for Governor of Kentucky stands for the enactment of an honest election law Workingmen above all others are interested in an election law that will guarantee a free ballot and a fair count h HtRUEYS IRWIN Republic nominee for Congress in Fifth district His vote will be Jmoney and protection to American labor t t t i H t It u ftHHHHHH I I +++ Tommonu andtl the 166 Trust j j The platform of the Democratic party adopted at their Presidential conventlou in Kansas City declares an unceasing warfare in nation State and city against II private monopoly in every form This portion of the document is written in ex pressive language by a master hand probably that of Augustus Van Wyck the New York member of the Platform 1 Committee who is an expert in the sub ject of monopolies and trusts He is one of the largest stockholders in what is popularly known as the Tammany Ice I Trust which the leading Democratic 1 newspapers of New York City recently described uUA conspiracy to coin fever and thirst into dividends The Ice Trust was organized to control the supply and fix the price to the con sumers in the great city of New York of one of the prime necessaries of life It was organized by Democratic politicians many of whom are officeholders whose official authority could be and has been used to promote its prosperity and swell its profits Immense as were the financial resources of this unlawful monopoly it could notexpect to control every source 1 1of supply Both Divine Providence and human science forbade that but it could virtually prevent the necessary of life from reaching several millions of con sumers except through the channels it provided and on the terms it demanded This was easily done through the con nivance of Democratic officials who con trolled the dock privileges of the great city two of whom were Dock Commissioners and another the Mayor This raving been accomplished the Trust ad vanced the price of ice which cost it 1 to 150 a ton in its delivery wagons to 13 and 4 a ton to its wholesale custom ers and sixty cents the 100 pounds or at the rate of 12 a ton double the price of coal to entail consumers At the same time it proclaimed that thereafter no l sales of ice in fivecent pieces would 1 be made thus virtually depriving of this 1 prime necessity of life all persons who 1 were not able to indulge in the luxury of I refrigerators or ice chests the two classes numbering several hundred thousand per- Sons I in the great city which this Demo II cratic Trust holds by the throat Later i the Trust was compelled by force of pub I lie opinion to make a partial concession I to its poorer customers which it did with an insult by compelling them to show I that they were actually too poor to buy more taaa half a dimes worth of ice af a I time byIthe Democratic Trust white ice WH Purr I I GeorII IPI at the rate of five cettta for fifty I p1IdI DEMOCRATIC OFFICIALS TUB STOCK IIOtDHRS Who compose this monopoly Among itsatoekholderawero the following Dew Iocralic officeholders and politicians a few of whom may have disposed of their stock on account of the exposure of the infamies of the organization Robert A Van Wyck Mayor 10175 sharesAugustus Van Wyck brother of Mayor Democratic candidate for Governor 1898 New York member Kansas City Platform Committee 7000 shares- J Sergeant Cram Dock Commissioner Charles P Murphy Dock Commis sionerJohn Whalen Corporation Counsel Delegate to Kansas City Convention H S Kearny Commissioner Public Buildings Lighting and Supplies George V Drawer Park Commissioner BrooklynRandolph Guggenheimer President of CouncilJoseph K Newberger Judge General SessionsMartin T McMahon Judge General SessionsRufus B Cowing Judge General Ses- Sions Among the othermembers of the judi diary either of the Court of General Ses sions or of the Supreme Court whose names were found on the register of stock holders were the following Democratic JudgesGeorge C Barrett George x Ingraham James Fitzgerald II A Gildersleeve Edgar L Fursman and Edward Patterson DKMOCRATID BOSSES IN TIHt TRUST But more illustrious names than theirs are to follow Richard Croker the Democratic DOllS who led the New York delegation in the Kansas City Conven tion and deputed Augustus Van Wyck to act as a member of the Platform Commit tee is down for one thousand shares and the names of several members of his fam ily also appear on the list of stockholders indicating that his presents to them do natal consist of bull pups at 4000 apiece John F Carroll the deputy boss who acts in Crokers absence and who was also one of the delegates to the Kan sas City Convention is down for 10250 lhareaA good deal of ice is brought from the rivers of Maine which were visited by Mayor Van Wyck Mud John F Carroll some weeks ago with an eye to butlnandon the list of stockholders of the Ice Trust it was not surprising to find the illustrious name of ArthurSew all of Bath who ww one of the taUt to Bryaas kite four years ago The names of two Democratic ex mayore of Ne- wYorkllagk J Grant and Thoaaa F Glkoy were found oa the Matt DIM Civil Liberty and Popular Government thejj t 1 i I I t I K NrtrcF xrnui AtM XOA1S KENTUCKY IRISH MERIGflN 0Devote to ke Moral Bud Social Advancement of all Irish AmericansI WIXvIrflAJM AX HXQQIIwe Xtilier SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY Ie Btttarod at tbo LoBtovtHe Postofllce a SecondClass Matter A i iH CoTn1clliens tto Ute KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 West Oreei Streett LOUISVILLE KY 0 SATURDAY SEPTEMBER i 1900 LABOR DAY Next Monday is Labor day and will be observed generally everywhere in this country as it should The establishment of this day by rlaw and its acceptance and recognition is an evidence of the elevation of the dignity and respect for labor not so long ago regarded as menialI and degrading that too many work ingmen fail to appreciate just asI they do many other rights privileges l advantages and blessings that working people are accorded in no other country than the Unitedl States To those who understandl the conditions of laborj the con tempt with which working people are regarded the injustice to whichI they are subjected in other countries and who arc also aware of the reproach and oppression heaped uponI labor even in parts of this country up to a quarter of a century ago Labor day is honored and celebratedl for what it representsthe elevationl of labor from a brand of ignominy and servitude to a sphere of honor and usefulness fully recognized c such by all but the ignorant snobs Labor day should be hailed with delight and pride by every Ameri can workingman and where possi ble he should join with his fellows in celebrating it thus manifesting to the public his honor for his craft appreciation of all it represents and to give evidence of the spirit of unity and harmony among work ingmen in furthering by legaland peaceful cooperation their inter ests protecting their rights and bettering thecpndition of llabor generally As they have by their J unions through legislation con ference and united strength reduced the hours of labor advanced and maintained wages bettered the conditions and facilities of many crafts enforced the right of workingmen to a hearing in all that con cerns them they yet recognize that too many of their fellows are yet subjected to long hours insufficient pay and oppressive and degrading conditions that blight them and their families conditions which it is the purpose of all workingmen to persist in an effort to improve The American workingman like everything else is distinctively i American noted for his respect for lawand order ambition and energy t thorough and effective organization practical and progressive results Though there have been occasions 4 r when lawlessness and violence have I marred this record they were the 1 exceptIon and resulted from em 4 ployer and workmen alike for the 1 time being departing from the I American rule and seeking to en J force foreign theories and indeed t where the controlling elements were t foreigners yet unimbued with the l spirit of fairness and reason of the American or if Americans of that cl M who would establish in this 1 country the foreign notions of i fliMMter and man or the social istic theory of other countries Where the employers and workmen 1 have followed the true principles of QfpMtuMd labor and conducted their I contentions according totbeAmuII at1ruHrather than sentimental s theory their conduct has btenii pafuttresults favorable to both employer and workman and a fet i- iingi of mutual respect and harmony ff interest has been instilled that draw tpfetherand unite in Mend liness the employer and Jus work mens condition that elevates labor to a full recognition of its rights with capital but only in this coM try does that condition exist fThe American workman leads the work men of the world not only ic his morality behavior efficiency in I telligcnce ambition unity and or derly manner of demanding and I enforcing what he deems his just r due but in the natural results of rsuch a course as compared with I the workmen of olher countries 1He I works shorter hours his surroundings I are more healthful com fortable and convenient to his labor he is paid the highest wages he lives in a better house with more of the conveniences and even luxuries of life and very generally owns his home he and his family wear better clothes eat better food lila children have the advantage of and the time and opportunity to attend the best schools he is the freest spender o fall classes and the savings banks 1 reports show that he also has a bank account These are the facts as against the assertions of the labor agitator and politician seeking to influence the workingmens votes1 or the arguments of the young and ignorant who know not whereof they speak In appreciation of all this the American workingrain should enter heartily into the observance of Labor day Personal political andl all other differences should be for gotten and all join as workingmeu This they will do with few excep tions for labor like all other classes has its discontents and con traries but in this country they are a minority noisy it is true butt harmless if quietly ignored Lett them celebrate or not as they wish let them enjoy the fruits of the efforts and sacrifices of those theyi seem to condemn but do not allow them to cause dissension or retardl you from coming out showing yourS colors and your respect for your cause on its only holiday of the year It matters not who leads the celebration it is they who make it a success by their participation that give it respectand themselves honor Join in the Labor day celebration- if you possibly can do your best to have your labor organization do its share and urge all other working men to unite with you and thus show that you respect labor and its day appreciate and are proud of your craft and its organization and American labor regardless of per sonal political or other spites ENGLANDS OLD WAY The summary execution of Lieut Cordua at Pretoria exposing as it does the espionage system adopted and the murderous course pursued by the English in the alleged goV- ernment of the Boers as well as an utter disregard of all that is honor able and humaue in civilized war fare has provoked a storm of pro test from all nations against such treacherous barbarity Cordua like hundreds of the Boer soldiers had surrendered and was released on parole after taking the oath of neutrality He was charged with violation of his parole in forming a conspiracy to kill British officers and abduct Lord Roberts Had he bee proven guilty no one could object severe and hasty as was the penalty for violation of parole by a prisoner of war subjects hint touch penalty as a courtmartial may impose abditiis generally death But Cordua does not seem to have I been guilty and his trial deyekjt 1 la cruel cttdllteua forvert t securing robbing and murdering I the Boers who have surrendered The evidence shows that British detectivesH suggested Jo Cardua aI conspiracy to jclll British officers J and abduct Lord Tloberts and that he told others of the suggestion This is all that was proven against Cordon He admitted this but tt protested his innocence of any act t i X r or intention to violate his parole by carrying put the suggestion Yet he was convicted Lord Roberts ap proved the finding of the court and a few hours after the young Lieu tenant was taken out and shot Others have been arrested their lands confiscated and they sen tenced to imprisonment or deported in the same way by detectives with trumped up or at least exaggerated charges and doubtless hundreds more will be if the murderous sys tem is continued To every one who knows of Eng landd mode of governing her llcon quered provinces this is neither new nor astonishing It is pecu liarly the British way in every clime and with every people over whom she has obtained control It is the same cruel policy under which the people of Boston were shot down Gen Lee hanged and Washl ington and all other American patriots would have been summarily dealt with if captured the same policy that marked her civilizing rule in Ireland India Australia and everywhere else where not re strained by fear of interference fror other nations It is not wonderful that EnglandI finds it difficult to pacify the Boers even after conquering them and as they are not the kind of people to be terrorized into submission the effect of such duplicity and barbar ity under which their surrender i only taken advantage of to make them victims of scheming officials and liable to arrest imprisonment robbery and death they are taking the chances and despite martial law and patrols theyare deserting their homes making their way to the Boer camps of the west and north to join Botha Delarey andI Dewet to fight for their lives These Generals supposed to be hunted fugitives penned up with few followers in the mountains have assumed the aggressive in command of thousands of men have turned upon and defeated the British troops that have been purr suing them for weeks and Gen j Roberts has left Pretoria to assume command in tile field in an effort to subdue them S The Boer war if it was as re ported from London virtually at anI end except gttcrrila bands has beenI renewedwith vigor and a freshI force with the prospect that a de cisive blow by the united Boer force may undo all that has been accomplished and compel Gen Roberts to abandon his advance positions for a Boer victory would soon be fol lowed by the general revolt of the oppressed burghers that would likely overwhelm and drive from the country the invaders And if this should occur British duplicity and cruelty as exhibited in the Cordua and other cases would be to blame for it Englands career of treachery and cruelty must end some day and it is such heroic people as the Boers whose endurance and bravery strike the blow that crushes the hitherto invincible tyrant And so mote it be- Michael Davitt has written a spirited defense of the Boers as also a noble vindication of the Irish Brigade which is fighting on the side of honor and patriotism against brutality and despotism Among the charges which he refutes he says that the Irish Brigade has never attacked or injured a wounded Englishman on the battlefield The British lid attack and kill several wounded Boers at Elandslaagte when Judge Koch and Dr Coster were stripped of their clothes and robbed of their money after being wounded Many tales fresh from the scene of carnage wilt be told after the close of the Boer war that will show the malignity and bru tality of the flower of the British army J J In Chjcttfp women appear oa the streets da carriages and on street ClIbattrh torrid weather has brought out a few evidences of common sense very comforting at I this time or any rtheshirt waist ft fotmel will no doubt by bitiine next year be on a strong bulB and mn will no longer deem Ji t 5h fit necessary to be arrayed in a lot lined cloth coat or even a tined one while fancy striped coollooking and coolfeeling shirts can be worn without this accessory Men are slower to adopt a new style thanI women but this late fashion will not be long gaining footing whenI the thermometer thinks nothing of I climbing up to 95 in the shade I Though the Chinaman does not wish Christianity to take the place of Confucianism yet is he an ardent lover of education It is safe to say that no other people are so generally and so well educated as the Chinese Every boy is compelled by law I attend school a certain eriodoftF year Among the coolie classes scarcely an individual can be found who can not read and write fluently The latest Washington dispatches indicate that the United States will support Russias Chinese policy For the present it finds itself side by side with Russia whose earnestness can not be questioned The object in view is to bring about a cessation of hostilities and secure 11the protection of foreign life and propertyS For those merchants whose adver tisenients appear in tbis issue we ask kind considerati when mak ing purchases and take this occasion to thank them for their liberals patronage The Kentucky Irish American takes this occasion to congratulate employers and employes upon the pleasant relations that have existed between them since last Labor day i May they continue Bishop Turner of the African M E church has declared for Bryan I S0GiT I Peter Gramig is visiting fricndsin the county I 0MissEffieJtfcGeeiofBurkesville vis Uedhere this week 0 HH Miss Lya Kelly is visiting MisVsaiUe Cooke at Pleasure Ridge Park James RWrlghtwalt among those registered at West Baden this week Miss Alice Hickey will arrive home next week from Niagara Falls and New York Miss Mayme Cook has returned home after pleasant visit to relatives in Cin cinnati I Miss Nellie Beatrice1 Fitzgibbon of Shelbyville is the guest of her aunt Mrs T P Dlguan Miss Margaret Duruing has gone to New Castle for a two weeks visit with Mrs Buttimer James W ONeil the well known com mercial traveler has returned from WestL Baden Springs Miss Hilary Brien pf Elizabethtown visited Miss Edna Dolfinger 1459 SecondI street this week Mike Francis 1is visiting friends at Set lersburg Ind the scene of his birthplace and boyhood days Misses Alice and Emma Meffert andII Jessie McDonald spent the week with friends at Eastwood Miss Elizabeth Wheeler has returned home from a two weeks visit to RestI Cottage Pewee Valley Mrs and Mrs J J McAughan of Pa ducah are visiting Mr xKd Mrs Daniel McAughan of 1739 Twelftk James ROM the well known grocer re i turned last Tuesday after a tea days stay at Sweet Sulphur Springs Miss May Callahan of Palaski Teas UM returaed home aftef a pleaeeat visittII to her coMsta Mies Joe Scanaell Hoe Mat ODoberty and wife have returned borne after a extended trip to various Easteni watering ptaces Ben IL Sbrad rr a p0g kr G THWH Americ u iJc home after an enjoyable three weeks stay at Batk Beaeh Idiei Hawiow Md George Poet were this week ai Niagara Falte from Where they teMew York City a Uiseea Marguet Mwlkeru and Nora Cfaword 1Hwe ttformiA from a four itavWt thtiia tcWeao Jamee OCoaneH baa retWued from a fleeHiMM Anal 8budy of 119 Twentieth street w expected bout today trout a weeka vWt with relative in Chloagq t Mike J MaddM the wellknown fio oer haa returned from a pleuent tWrweeks sojourn at Sweet Sulphur Springs lad Pew yiston are mot heartily welcomed at West Itaden aprinf tban genial Tows ROsy 01 Fourteenth sad itfj who left t r i T J WATHEN ICE GRERM FACTORY GRERMERYJLND BRKERY I I WIXOXSAt4i3 ANT IU3TAIL Pure Vanilla 50c to 75c Per Gallon IHBricks Four Flavors Also Euchre 100 Per Gallon H Capacity Fifteen Hundred Ga11ots Per Day eg GOODS SHIPPED AS FAR AS 20O MILES 629 EIGHTH STREET TELEPHONES 2144 and 2588 4 ttt 1JJ1tItttRUDOLPH BAUER j CONFECTIONERS 234 WEST MARKET ST LOUISVILLE KY IUllUUIUIUtlUtliitlUlUIUIiUttllUIUUIiUUilUiUlUtUlitiUUllUUU UUUIllltUUlUIUtailllitli the city Monday upon his annual vaca tion lIe is accompanied by his most estimable wife Mrs Allen Shea and children who have been visiting relatives at Lexington for the past two weeks will return to morrow Noble Dilday the well known Insurance man is another ouisvilHnn who is enjoying a vacation at the Indiana Carlsbad Tom Dolan the popular President of Division 1 is now the father of a full house which beats any four of kind in the West End Miss Helen T Doyle and Mrs Margaret McGrath of Worcester Masa are visit ing their uncle Owen Keiran of JB03 Fort street Miss Ora Magruder returned home Sunday from Lebanon Junction where she had been visiting relatives for the past mouth Miss Emma Hoerr left last Sunday for Chicago where she win spend a few weeks with friends and her brother ErHestvHoerr Miss Martha Hixon has returned to her home in Terre Haute Ind While here she was the guest of her aunt Miss Emma Hoerr Mrs J G Callahan and daughter Lora Lee of 5IC Twentythird street are home after a pleasant visit with relatives- in Goshen Ky Miss Mamye Higgins a belle of Nolin Ky has returned home after a delightful visit to her cousin Mrs J Gorman of West Broadway Mr MI Winn and John Shea Secre tary of the Board of Public Works have gone to spend the remainder of the warm season at Manhattan Beach Mr and Mrs Davids and daughter Eva returned Sunday after spending three weeks vacation with relations at Nash ville and other parts of Tennessee Rev Father Schuhman of the Cathe dral and rather Weiss of St Georges church were among those who returned this week from French Lick Springs Tom Lynch Mike Ward Tom Langan dud Terence McHugh have just returned from a visit to Mr and Mrs Thomas Crawford who reside out on the Newburg Lroad Misses Matt Mullen and StellaRoth two attractive young ladies from New Orleans will spend another week here with Mrs Housah 013 West Brcckin ridge street Miss Edna Walsh daughter of John Walsh and one of New Albanys mOt popular young ladies will spend the next two weeks with relatives in Columbus and Cincinnati Miss Mary Monaban of 2123 Bank street a popular young lady of the West End accompanied by Miss Cecilia Kelveyt left Thursday for a mouths McII with friends in Chicago Miss Agnes Lynn of 712 Twentieth street left Mowilay for Chicago where abe will spend two weeks with Miss Addie Falk She wilt also visit friends in Mil waukee before returning Miss Ella Condon and niece Miss Ella Agme Dfcaan have returned home after tiatt thsisWer Mrs John Fitzgibbou of Shelbyvilk aGCompeiiied by Miai NellIe Beatrice Fit3giU o MeadaMea r M IStMkM William Hal j fetintan L Straub iid C AUoelliC formed a merry party thitt lift Thursday ot Shelby vilk to W tJac guwte of Mn t M PullUm andattadthe rlrIAmong the LooicritlbiM sojourning at We Bden Springs wuCpt John Cue eUy one of the most efficient and popu lar member of the local fir department 1 ijs spending lsiavscstloa tk rgajfe Patrick Doyle who left New LIw hMf lJutMyfor Ireland Is expected IdOlltbfBef tickt bt flTtn bAa friends onbisru urn fi f ft i t 4 J 1 John A Vetter321 FOURTH AVENUE Haberdasher and Shirt MakerA A PRANK A BROHM JR MURRAY BAILEY B B LAUNDRY 825 WEST BROADWAY Family Washing 4c Pound Telephone 974 NOW WINTERS SUPPLY Price Goes PACIFIC COAL COL CRUSH Mgr 452 W Jefferson DANIEL REARDON COR EIGHTH AND OLDHAM STS Groceries and Provisions LARGE STOCK FINEST WINES LIQUORS CIGARS AND TOBACCOS IH4+1III I+l44H+ IMI aHlHHMHIHHHH4HHHH XVIJWJBS4 S VALS ALOON VAL XvSISXXSXZ XfOfHltOT + 442 WEST GREEN STREET LOUISVILLE KY HOT LUNCH EVERY MORNING FROM 930 TO 1230 OCLOCK 4il++ 4iIlllllItIl IllliiillII1IilI 1I IIiHF+ EMILY JUH417 lEast Market St 3 Doers Betew BacH Fashionable Millinery Prices Are of use Lowest Stand Tel 554 Fifth and Green Street Stable Residence Tel 2507 Bickels Grocery HENRYY STIEBLINGH U H HACK No 52 Carriages Furnished for All Occasions and JeffereoM Streets Xeeidence B111 Grayton Street KMrTa tfoiU RiMeell of 60 WeiiWalnut street by Miss MaymcBrenaaa of 1919 WeatMad ieo stiet irlaUed Chicago tUa wssk bm they were shown mat tpdel at CarteViellyo that waiter U a gen the man from head to foot DHoteYoa wise vow tip to tip 0 iiV kktjr Is the time to put in YOUR Before the Up Get It While Its Clean and Dry C J XIQUOI acowipanled IIWfEKI Matinees Sudsy fonclaT wanepdl1tIkhra1 TnE IDEAL BONT- ON8URESOUERSf f HomelyTwiusAJanLoree M MURPHYDXAIa 1W GROOfRlf8PROOO MEATS WION UwPH4 lay sai SIs SW Eers4U eej PrHa 4e- iXiiiys cc EXCHANGE JOHN BAy rOPIJN L Corsv tklnd Market A Cho1eWines S Liquors and Cfr1 it AL 0 1 fejjgja fflga riii iMfiH friitfir1ii KTt uQ VA ftIOr Kentucky Irish Americans in search of reliable Furniture rriceswillhandle everything from a Kitchen Chair to ani elegant Bedroom Suite and every article Is marked iu plain everyday figures We make the popular Jefferson Sofa Bed and have the exclusive sale of the Wonder Extension Table that carries its leaves also the famous Royal Mantel Fold lug Bed that we send home on sixty days approval and refund money If In any respect unsatis factory QET OUR PRICES Our delivery wagons wilt do the rest riiilWe are headquarters for GEN i SUPPLIES fGRAPHSAll genuinei Phonographs and Records bear the trade mark and sig of Thomas A Edison 4 the largest stock of x 4 IInatnre and Records in 4 10 to 76 Records 5 Per Dozen 1 RY PllONURPll COMPANYy 6 3 Fourth Ava Louisville Ky- tEL x 2908 4 H FORMANo TAIIO10 870 Sixth Street Bet Chestnut and Broadway Suits Made to Order FIT AND WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED PRICES TO Suit THE TIMES Cleaning repairing and altering a apeciflffy TELEPHONE 3534 CALL GRnESERFOWLERS FALLS CITY PRIVATEI AMBULANCEM l t For moving sick injured wounded or disabled Contagious diseasos forbidden in this ambulance 809811 FLOYD ST Near City Hospital ALBERT J RICHARDS EUCLID STflBLE 652654 West Jef ferson Stre- etliVERY SALE AN- DBOARDING STABLE Accommodations for sale horses Spe f fdalattention given to hoarding horses Telephone 928 r J P CURTIN BUllDlNG88UPFRINIENIIEN- Jkmm Adjusted for Propj Omars 737 SIXTH STREET Fine Old Kentucky Whiskies a Specialty Imported Wines Liquors and Cigars I The Antelope 8I4 Third Street GEORGE J SHEA Prop Imported and Domestic Beers on draught Telephone J65ring 2 ROXY MAiiMCTURD 111 Iru MAX EtLMuThBOO THIRD STHIUrr IRELAND Record of the flost Important of the Recent Event Culled From Exchanges The Lord Lieutenant has appointed Major Bdmond J Dease to be a Resident Magistrate for thecounty of Tipperary District Inspector Lowndes of Wood ford County Galway has been trans ferred to the charge of the Ballinasloe dis trict Joseph Kavanaugh declares the exten sion of the city of Dublin will be one of the grandest things that has happened in itshistoryThe County Council protests vigorously against the action of the Local Government Board for the removal of Secretary Slice Michael Daitt has had to forego at tending public meetings owing to being o victim to asthma and kindred chest troubles since the recent damp wcather The Nationalists expect to win back several seats now held by Unionists At the next general election Organization and preparation for the contest is now going on all over the contry In Ireland which is so dependent upon the agricultural industry a bad farming year means a great deal Although the harvest time has not yet come the pros pects look very dark says a Belfast writer of recent date A woman name Mary Doyle aged eighty years and residing on Irishtown road was recently found in an unconscious condition On being conveyed to the Dublin Mercers Hospital life was found to lbe extent The annual exhibition of the County Galway Home Industries Society will open next Thursday when there will be a large show at which numerous and valuable prizes will be given The lace class recently opened embraces many handsome samples of the art A mysterious drowning case was recently reported when the body of Mrs Kate Lynskey of Knocknacarra was found floating outside the Galway pier She had been missing from home for several days but it was not expected that anything serious had happened to her A sad drowning accident occurred in Dundalk harbor recently John Baxter a natIve of Lame County Antrim while returning to a vessel on which he was employed as fireman fell into the dock and the body was afterward found in six teen feet of water It is thought be walked over the edge of the quay On Sfcnday at the Sisters of Mercy chapel at Abbeyfeale Rev Father Casey assisted by Rev Father Fenton in pres ence of the Sisters and a number of the public performed the impressive ceremony of erecting and consecrating the beautifully designed stations of the cross recently presented to the Surfers by Mr Nolan of Lowellr Mass 4 A largely attended and representative public meeting was held in Belfast under the Presidency of Joseph Devlin for the purpose of promoting the general election fund All the branches of the United Irish League in Belfast were represented The proceedings were most enthusiastic and several stirring speeches were de livcred The meeting expressed implicit confidence in the United Irish League and pledged Itself to support its princi pies as far as possible- A West Clate report states that a man of the farming class named John Eagan of Clohanes during the course of a quay ret in the village of Cree was seriously stabbed in the face He was speedily at tended to by Dr Healy and it is expected will recover A man named James Haugh has been arrested The dispute is at tributed to a private feud At the recent assizes a man named Egan was convicted of the manslaughter of a man in the same district this time twelve months At the last meeting of the Galway Rural District Council j ODonogbue presiding there was a lengthy communi ca ion read from Dr Kirwan medical officer of health for Oranmore with regard to the recent outbreak of the fever in his district which caused a complaint to be preferred against him The ex planation when readwa considered satisfactory by all the members of the board though contradictory to that fur nished by Sir A McCullaghs report A sworn inquiry is to be held by the Local Government Board with regard to the matter A storm of unexampled severity burst over the Blesfingtou district almost ut terly ruining the oats and potato crops Hay making lisa been utterly suspended for more than a week and the people des pair of getting their winters firing During the recent thunderstorm cattle were killed at Kilbride and the floods were of such enormous dimensions as to sweepaway the bridge over the Shankhill riveibywhich the camp is approached The river was full of debris of every de scription including soldiers cap tunic and belt Qn Tuesday the country was still flooded and the pitiless downpour of rain continued The gloomiest anticipa tions prevail as to the safety of the potato crop On Saturday G W Warren auctioneer of Gorey put up for sale tke interest of- the late John Hall In three farms The laud was void ia tots the first lot com prising Kilbegueth containing about MY enty acres with dwelling bmw held under a judicial tenancy at l60 a year After some spirited competition Mrs Maria TtfiddletoB Tara I1allwude dared the purchaser atjf800 IM 2 con slated of farm and pretaifwa in Killbwen containing about fifty sues Irish with dwelling hotue heM M a yearly tenancy at j53 per year Brik ckmpetf tidti en ued Mrs Middfeioti buying alCBtO LotI was a Muall farm containing ixi- IcreIIrlIb cpa tainittga coal rare JinJbat tubject toaa annuity to the Md ComoUaiton for fortynine yewns John Hall Baltinacree purchased at 1t6 Denis McKenn aplUiirt four a farmer front the Nenagh district WM driving through Patrickswell on his way home to Too evarra after visiting his sister who lives near Cbarleville He dismounted in the village to give the horsd a drink and whi1 engaged doing so suddenly fell back on the pathway and when lifted he was found to be in an unconscious state Medical assistance was sent for but when the dispensary medical officer arrived the patient wasI beyond hope of recovery Mr McKenna had been suffering from heart disease for years and was cautioned about giving way to any excitement While the horse was drinking from a basin the animal suddenly raised his head and the fright caused by the movement caused the provedfatalfatalThe Intelligence of the death of John MGrath which took place at his residence Kilmainhatn at the age of 82 has been received with regret not only by the people of all classes in this and the surrounding parishes but by a wide circle of friends in various parts of Ireland The deceased gentleman held for many years a leading position amongst the Irish cattle export trade and in the course of his business visited the chief centers of that trade in this country As the head of one of the best Catholic families in this district he was deservedly esteemed by the whole community Three of his children he gave to the service of religion Two of Ida daughters one of whom sur vives entered the Order of the Sisters of mercy in Kells and his son the Rev Hugh MGrath Is the respected curate of Skryne SENSATION CONTINUED PROM FIRST PACK classes Every day we have evidence of the will to do among our people desiring closer affiliation with England and dis playing an inordinate love for foreign titles We watch with concern the in crease of English syndicates and consequent spread of the area of English influ ence We deem the settlement of the Venezuelan question to be almost treason able in relation to the Monroe doctrine We point to the sixth clause of the draft submitted of the HayPauncefote treaty and ask fairminded citizens if the agreement included therein does not mean a treaty and understanding with the British government on other matters We point to the expiring flames of liberty on South African slopes and ask why we were silent to the appeal of those gallant farm erstThe Afrikander fought for freedom for home and family as we did in 76 He converted the desert into a pasture but England decided he and his republics must become vassals to the empire Across the ocean came the cry to America for help and assistance but Columbia turned her face away Sad the hour for human liberty when the United States of America must refuse to harken to the appeal of sister republics If the men of the Transvaal fought for riches for power for increase of territory we may have hall an excuse but their fight was for liberty The Hibernian remembers the dear isle across the sea the land of his fathers In the refusal to help the Boer he sees hopesfor Erin quenched but hljj grief is not for his loss but for the loss inflicted on struggling humanity Where will the libertylovers the enemies ci tyranny the soldiers of progress turn for assistance sympathy and shelter Alas where We came in our thousands to this great land because we knew it would be the refuge of the oppressed and the home ofttlie free We stood at the Toot of Columqjas throne and cried No treason we bring from Erin Nor bring we shame or guilt The sword we hold may be broken But we have not dropped the hilt The wreath we bear to Columbia Is twisted of thorns not bays The songs we sing are saddened With the thoughts of desolate days But the hearts we bring for freedom Are washed in the surge of tears And we claim the right by a peoples fight- Outliving thousand years Columbia received us with outstretched arms We entered into her life and today we speak as American citizens anxious for the perpetuity of American institutions and proud of the part we played in the history of this nation We say to our fellow citizens no matter what sun them selves or their fathers have been born under no matter whether these progeni tors came overiu the Mayflower or in the ocean greyhounds of the present day that English domination means American ruin The only hope of the British empire is to ally herself with America England has betrayed every power in Europe She has lied to stolen from and broke faith with them all She has done the same with America but she hopes that the upper ten the military the imperialists wllUhelp her to throw sand into the eyes of the common people and link the destinies of the republic with those of that synonym for broken treaty and outraged I peoples the English Government God forbid I will not detain you you know your duty If from lands afar off you know the evils which oppressed you there Do not permit your indolence to inflict your experience on your children To you children of the Gaell I have but to say better sacrifice all rea for the future than permit our loved flag Old Glory to be intertwined In union with Englands union jack Prevent America front being deceived into alliance with Englandand that robber among Govern mania will be brought to the Mr of aa tUrns and dismembered by thipe competent to mete out justice under the South era cross a contluinUl republic will smile in sisterhood on Columbia On Africas mighty plaint another Govern meat of the people willl hold away Prow the north my coWel loving nlHlion the gret province of the Dominion cud perhaps on Kdnnhilt may be heard the gld wout Look aloft look OftIoJtM clouds drUUttgby Then I a Hot In the gloom i Uwr a gleam in the iky Tfo the sunburst respMndeut far flMbiHg on high BrtnV dydswiiIiaIgIsc i 4n t Z WHO WILL WIN Votes Pouring in Ior Con LanternIContest 1t II LWUI Close Wednoeaay Evening nt MiickiiiVCinbs Lawnv jr v 1etc s Standing of Ballptingr WhenW p Polls Closed Tlmrsdny- Evening J14k I THE FINISH WILL BE NECK AND NECK The contest conducted by Mackin Council to determine who is the most popular railroad conductor running out of Louisville will end Wednesday even ing at the lawn fete on the grounds of that popular West End organization During the past few days the rivalry among the friends of the many gentle men voted for has assumed amazing proportions and the finish promises to be very exciting The committee in charge of the con test have performed their duty most ac ceptably treating all candidates alike There will be a blackboard on the grounds Wednesday evening till 9 oclock giving the standing of alt candidates when the representatives of the various railroads wilt take charge and for the succeeding hour all votes must be enclosed in sealed envelopes otherwise they will not be received This is done that all may have an equal chance and to prevent any one desiring to do so from virtually pur chasing the beautifull lantern at the last momentQuite a number of changes have taken place since our last report but the lowest candidate might yet win out The number of votes cast and the standing of the candidates up to and including Thursday night was as follows G W Delph 215 D M Caldwell v 92 Robert Fort 57 M C Hackett rf jf V 55 P J Fitzgerald ejj 55 John Gault 53 Harry Harrod iC i 52 Frank Mattox f v 51 Doc Tierney50J E Keen v 50 tS 50 Edward Jackson 50 J C Huebner 49 WA P rksA 49 R L Utterback 48 P C Renaker e 47 J W Wh edont1tf 46 A G Cr kett i O f 45- I G Harrison + ttUiC 4 42- John HalliL fil1 tt39 W S Gue1lsevZ f 89 T G Heth f v 35 J C Williams V 19 George Shipman 18 Henry Kinney 18 George James 18 Andrew Eckles 17 JHRoss 17 J II Condon 15 F E Nugent i 12 Ed hughesSr 12 Robert Gibson 12 J F Waggonerii-C H Price 11 W P Shepard 10 JT Brooks 10 W R Struby 10 SS Miller 10 JG Dugan 01 10 JIL Hawes v 9 Ed Martin oo II 9 J R Jennings V 9- RL Wheeler8M-C tMHeight 7 AH Kidd 7 J M Lowe 6- VB Lewis l 6 J B IIubbert 1ooH 5 CR Atkinson L II 5 J D Quinn 6 D E CarrolL v V oo 5- JD Arnautti 5 P HoIHngsworth 5 C Black 2 DEMOCRATIC ORGANIZATION The meeting held last Saturday after noon to elect a Democratic Congressional Campaign Cemmittee selected Sheriff Bell for Chairman The list of commit teemen presented was accepted but the number will be augmented at a meeting to be held this afternoon whts the names will be made public WILL CLOSE LABOR DAY William Lynch the dry goods mer chant at Brook and Market streets will close his place ef btwiaett Monday after noon in honor of Labor day and theY M I reunion Louis Helbara announces that his mil linery storeon Market street nearFourth will also close for a half day NOTED CONVENT Pretty MM AgMtHayea wU11leave the middle of this month with her mother Mrs John A Hayai for Washington City where she will agala be a pupil at the celebrated oo vent of the Viiitatiea in Georgetown whichis one of Wash ingtons landmark This convent has numbered anoag its pupils sown of tHe befit known women in the eouatry among them Harriet Lane John eoll the netce of President Bttchann who presided at the White House during ttU kdmlalctMtioa tuc daughters of aatot Bwic of Ohio one of whom riedLOn WT Sh r man tin dtepben A DottgUw Mn joseph B Jofaurtwi Mn Poltar1 Painter Mn Frederick Orapt sadri Russell Hudson A rUUW 8W1NOS Kentuckyi uvfitlmaltfal aM delight fut health resort situated among the picturesque hills of Hardin county on the banks of Rough river The hotel is cool comfortable and commodious and equipped with all modern conveniences The waters of Hardin Springs are famous for their health giving qualities being especially beneficial in all diseases of the stomach liver and kidneys The waters of Rough river are alive with the finest fish while the forests abound with game in great variety Address all communications to A G Moore Manager Hardin Springs Hotel Hardin County ICy- OROWTII OP UNIONISM organized pated that if the present rate is maintained until the end of the year there will on January 1 1901 be 1600000 union men in this country Of this num ber the greater part will be affiliated with the American Federation of Labor The Knights of Labor are numerous but far below the Federation Then there are the railroad organizations that have a large following There are four inde pendent national bodies that do not affiliate with the American Federation of Labor while two railway organizations the Order of Railway Telegraphers and the Order of Railroad Trackmen are affiliated with the Federation and their membership is included in the report of the same The figures given out for the four independent organizations areas fol lows Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers 34000 Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen 26000 Brotherhood of Railway Conductors 27000 Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen 25000 total 112 000 SISTERS OP MERCY The usual meeting to make arrange ments for the approaching fair and bazar for the Sisters of Mercy on Secondstreet will take place at St Francis Hall next Monday night The different commit tees will make their reports and the meeting should be largely attended The good sisters are receiving many gratify ing assurances of encouragement and assistance Great interest is taken in the raffle for the horse and carriage for which large numbers of pickets have been sold PRETTY WEDDING Another pretty summer wedding was that celebrated at St Aloysius church Tuesday morning when Rev Father OGrady performed the ceremony uniting Win Otte and Margaret Kennedy Both are welt known and popular in East End social circles They have a multitude of friends who wish them a life of unalloyed bliss CARL SCHURZ MAY COME The Democrats of this city are hopeful of securing Carl Schurz to visit this city about the time he makes his appearance in Indianapolis The great German orator and writer has promised to make several speeches J rBIuinjndiana and the Germans of Louisville are anx- Ious to hear him here- DELIOIITFUL SOCIAL A delightful social was given by Mrs John Weiss in honor of her daughter Miss Elenora Friday night at her home 1604 West Madison street All who at tended enjoyed themselves to the fullest extent Dancing was endulged in till midnight when the guests were seated to a bounteous supper TROLLEY PARTY The V MD Club a popular social organization of the West End gave a de lightful trolly party to their friends Mon tiny evening Miss Annie Tierney being the guest of honor They were also en tained at the residence of Miss Katherine Glltuane 1962 Portland avenue DELEGATES RETURN Messrs Pat Tracy Jack Murphy and John Miller Jeffersonville delegates to the State convention of the Catholic Knights of America returned yesterday from Jasper where the meeting was held well pleased with the work done PRIZE FlOOr Shang Paretto the local Dago fighter is training industriously for his coming battle with Oscar Gardner The contest will be for twenty rounds and the friends of the local man are confident he will stay the limit GONE TO NEW YORK Misses Kate A Dalton 425 East Chest nut street and Sallie Byron two charm lug and attractive society leaders have gone to New York where they will remain for two weeks combining business with pleasure YISITED ills PARENTS Rev John F Henry pastor of St An thonys church in Brecklnridge county returned today to his charge after a visit of a few days with his parents Mr and Mrs Michael Henry 633 East Gray street TURNPIKE AFFAIRS The required amount having been raised and turned over to Judge Gregory an election will now be held on the turn- pIke question which has been widely discussed for some years ALL SORTS When a man hu a day to himself secant reBwator any of the things he longdtodo when he WM a boy CtMtomer Have you felt slippers young man New Clerk YM maam but iJMvent for a long time now IIMend says she iti madly tJllOvewith her new wheel Huh Another owe where nuia displaced by machinery ft bear yow hocUBd in very rfckj Aunt habWftJItNoUi eec i6u t I hoPs Bto condition U sot crtti a1lt1it I should WT he wmt Be aint e ttfed with na n HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeskGeperal News Notes I Division 3 meets Wednesday evening I The County Board should soon take I entertahlmentI have ar ranged for six union socials the latter part of this month Division 05 one of the youngest in Suffolk county Mass has in the past year doubled its membership A much larger attendance at meetings can now be looked for the extremely warm weather having passed Division 1 of Jeffersonyllle meets Tues day night The Kentucky Irish American will report the proceedings Division S of Providence has its committees in the field preparing for the an nual fair which takes place in October Messrs David OConnell Martin Cu sick and William M Higgins will prep parea new code of bylaws for Division 1 The Sheridan Cadets connected with Division 6 of Pall River Mass elected forty boys to membership during August Fifty members of tie Ladies Auxiliary of Natick Mass presented Mrs James Mahoney with a handsome chair and parlor lamp John Mulloy and David OConnell have been of invaluable assistance to Division 1 Doth are earnest workers as well as eloquent talkers Hibernians generally will regret to learn that clever Mike ODonnell of Division 1 is seriously ill at his home Twentieth and Bank streets An open installation of officers of Ladies Auxiliary 6 of Buffalo took place Wednesday evening An elaborate musi cal programme was rendered James Barry and Tom Cody made their reappearance at Division 1 Tuesday night after an absence of many meetings They were Riven a hearty reception The Ladies Auxiliary recently formed in Syracuse meets with great encourage ment Last week there were thirty applications and twentytwo initiated The new rituals are anxiously looked for It is rumored that the initiatory ceremony will be one of the most interesting of any of the many fraternal so cietiesPreparations are under way to make the field day of the Rhode Island Hiber nians of the Blackstone Valley a memor able one There will be a parade in which many divisions will take part John Barry and Patrick Kane were initiated into Division 1 Tuesday night The ceremony was performed by Presi dent Tom Dolan whose remarks were in deed appropriate and should have been heard by more members- A fine day a good crowd and lots of fun combined to make last weeks the greatest picnic JIltthehistoryI of Division 70f Syracuse The principal features were the game of hurling between teams and a game of Irish football About 6000 people attended the Hiber nian picnic at Milwaukee During the afternoon and evening there were musical aud literary exercises games and dancing and sociability galore Great interest was taken in the tug of war between six men from the police department and six from the fire department the trophy being a silver cup which was won by the firemenAnother division of the Ladies Auxiliary was instituted in Syracuse last week at the rooms of Division 1 The ladies present numbered over one hundred Mayor McGuire and his wife were present and received a hearty greeting County President Dorsey presided anti Mayor McGuire spoke for twenty minutes The officers elected include some of the bestknown ladies of the Salt City among whom are Elizabeth Burns Anna Lynch Anna McDonald and Mar garet Flynn PATS ANSWER An Irishman one of a crew of harvest ers was one day remarking on the cheapness of provisions in Ireland Sure said he there you can buy a salmon for sixpence and a mackerel for twopence tt What made you leave such a fine country then Pat asked a villager Ah me bpyiJ was the answer but where was the sixpence and twopence to come from OALWAY FEIS The Galway Feis which occurred on Wednesday August 23 was presided over by Bishop McCormack There were several new features this year including essays conversation and handwriting for jjuniors The school choirs are a prOm nest feature of every Fda and choirs from distant towns competed this year making the contest very exciting Solos for juniors and seniors male and female recitation and speechmaking with jig and reel to the accompaniment of the bagpipes certainly furnished variety ga lore WORSE THAN WASTE With vaste areas of land Iia the West that by the expenditure of a few million dollars for irrigation would sustain rail lionel white men ia comfort and happi hjWith the slums of our dUes crowded with men and women and children who clamor for the education that will fit them forcitizenship ia the republic 1 With public improvements roads bridge etct imperatively needed tvea iin the oldest and most thickly settl- edpertadty With taxes preiiJ g Iwavlly upon those lleiw1table to bW With oppdrtunitlea for the expenditure of4IverycWIlrnlUrplU1 money in ad YsndoK the rnHJuhtMtMtat UM eotnfott And UM dvUtotira of the masses of flw people who live im UwMf ortyive 8UtM rW srE peod111 oqqa 47ao C 1 K Wit WeMPJt FRKD WEMPK WEMPE BROSIMANUFACTURES OP Fine Cigars UNION MADE Special Brands Omnibus Club 5 Cents Old Bourbon 10 Gents 330 THIRD AVENUE A r M13X4OHJ3IMODERN Sanitary Plumbing and Sewerage Incandescent Gas Lamps Gas Fitting and Gas Fires 731 West Market Street LOUISVILLE KY Estimates Cheerfully Furnished Telephone 229- 3ALBERTl t I J RICHARDSm K MANUPACTURKR OF Carriages Wagons ALSO- HORSESHDEINO DEPARTMENT Repairing Promptly Attended To 624 and 626 W Jefferson St 617 and 619 W Green St Telephone 92- 81OR THE BES- TGROCERIES FRESH MEATS A- MDVEGETABLES GO TO WILLIAM MmL Corner Fifteenth and Mapfe Sts Try my own make of Quick Yeast 25c per pound c EDWkRDADAU i FLOYD AND MAIN CorniaSaloonDaily Fine stock of Ales Wines Liquors Cigars and Tobacco Best tenyearold Bourbon loc per drink 11 ROGER mm- f Wines Liquors 1 And Cigars f COOL LAGER ON DRAUGHT NWCsrlUUHdPartlod H U Clearys Exchange 124 First Street WINES LIQUORS CIGARS ONLY BEST BRANDS HOT LUNCH FROM 10 T- OMOORSfLfi6 t 1521 PORTLAND AVE Largest and Coolest Gl cot Beer on the Avenue i FINE WfjIISKY A SPECIALTY WINB8 AND CIGARS TT cording to the oficial figures ttpou war II1hll000 sense I this patriotbtu IithU gloryI I tbU dujty Is this des thy PaMthb paper to iaesiithleorjj iJ ii h V1 m + d t Erd t Y yr v nl F K 5TUdkY IRISH AMERIdN r t n H H t It + + + QUICK MEAL GAS RANGEUnueeUed PopularWorldfactory p Qualitystyle The past reputation of the QUICK MEAL tt is the best guarantee for the future It keeptbeRANGE so prominently and favorably before the public were it not for its many excel lent features which are so evident and convincing Tito QUICK MEAL Always Olvc Satisfaction GEHER SON214 MARKET Near Second Up Stalra Over English Woolen Hills Store One Door West of the Bltf Store IDEAL DENTISTRY at reasonable prices at th- eMammoth PeII Parlors 436 and 438 W Market Street Superb Crown and Bridgework Ele gout Gold and Porcelain Crown Bent equipped office in the city f LOUIS A BRORIN6 D e 0e Sr 1 PROPRIETOR ELECTRICr FANS J JJsJsCRONENf 638 Third St PRACTICAL AND- MANUFACTURING AGENT LOUISVILLE KY II SpecialtyWiring Telephone 186S tI I I I It H tNfW IRfBlNG8 HHOTEL MJ SWEENEY Prop 100 PER DAY Americas and European Plan 620622 W Market St bulsr lie Ky Telephone 3431 A z The finest and best equipped dol lar a day hotel in Louisville peapie COAL4 Douon 60 1207 WEST MAIN STREET Wholesale and Retail Dealers in JELLICO LUMP 325 ELLICO NUT 300 LAUREL LUMP 30 LAUREL NUT 275 325Piitsburgt Now is the time to buy your wilder- arufply= of freshly mined and welt screened Jellico and Laurel Coal TEL 469 1J c C UMMISAR Harry Crates Breaml Excelrierl Baskets IreeIB eat Mattress Makers Supplier and dealer ia HAY CORN and OAT- SJ33TklrltrMt Phone lots THOSFLYNNDttAtXR IK MARBLE AND GRANITE 1 1 MONUMENTS112325Waa I sat action warrated t 1 BACONS REMOVAL SALE Sheets Sheeting d Pillow Cases 8cFor Bleached Cotton Pillow Cases HI 36x42 inches with neat hemmed f i 11 edges1oc lj For nice quality Bleached Hem fji stitched Pillow Cases size 36x42 js inches 14cSK1 For wide Unbleached Sheeting 12ic For best quality Bleached Pillow IbolstersI j P For Ready made Unbleached H Sheets neatly hemmed ends MARKET STREET ABOVE PRESTON WORKINGMEN ll Largo Number at Mooting of Central Labor Union Sunday IIorscslioorH Union Demands a Trial For Edward Caslinmn Invitation From the Elks to Participate in Fall Carnival A VERY LONG AND SPIRITED MEETING The Central Labor Union convenedat Becks Hall last Sunday afternoon at 2 oclockwith President John Fuchs in the chair and about fifty delegates pres meetingNed though the best of feeling prevailed The question that gave rise to the great est discussion was whether the credentials of Andy Ludwig representing the musl- I clans should be received The law of the central body provides that no person holding an elective or appointive office shall be eligible to serve as a delegate For some years Andy Ludwig has served as a deputy in Assessor Semonins office during the months of September Octo Objections ground that acceptance of his credentials would be a violation of the law men tioned The objections were sustained and the musicians requested to send an other delegate notwithstanding strong argument that Ludwig was entitled to a seat until such time as he entered upon the duties of the office A communication was received from Fred O Nuetzel Chairman of the Special Days Committee for the Elks fall carat val announcing Friday September 21 as Labor day and inviting the Central Labor Union to cooperate and make the day a repetition of the success of last year The invitation was accepted and a committee appointed to confer with the ElksAfter organizations tials were received and the following del egates seated Typographical UnionJames J Mar tin Max Trent Walter Young Charles Roth John Slater Musicians Protective AssociationA SchweitzerQRed dington E A Martin John Sivori Boxmakers Gus Heickeu Pat Garvey Leonard Letideuworth CarpentersP C Donovan Barbers L C Del loom The Bartenders Union reported that they were unable to effect a satisfactory i agreement with the owners of the two gardens at Jacob Park and asked that the Grievance Committee tiseiits offices in the matter The request was granted I The Grievance Committee was also in structed to cooperate with the Executive J Committee of the Theatrical Alliance forI the purpose of securing the employment J of members of that union in all the local theaters This was referred to a special committee composed of Messrs James Martin Louis Keifer and Perry Dawson honeforforth a heated discussion but they werei finally defeated The opinion prevailed I that the recommendation of the Labor I Day Committee that worklngnien make I no purchases Monday covered the Case I The Grievance Committee reported progress iul the cases lu their bands and carpenterainnow beingoonatruetL Delegate Perry Dawson stated that the bopcoltaad hen r 8wed on the Wattle man Brewing Company for contracting yearvbll4l i beep Ktiafactodly edJUaked 8 ci iry Jaiun 5aa1n b- v JJ f Our Linen Sale Continued For the benefit of those who were afraid to come out during the excessive heat of last week we will continue this memorable sale and make thins lively by offering some special inducements in Towels Linen Sheets Napkins Table Linens Lunch aboutlonefourth34C For Silver Bleached German Table Linen Damask good strong quality b4e For fine White Satin Damask Table Linen 2 yards wide in beautiful designs S4c For extra quality fine White Satin Damask Table Linen 2 yards wide worth I yard BACON= II n II REUNION AND YOUNG MENSS SONSof 10n iTIT7KY RIVERVIEW PARK J j I Monday September T= oirhrs PLENTY 2s crN7rsG00D Dancing Cake Walkand report for the Labor day celebration announcing everything ready for the paradeand picnic all details having been completed The Journeymen Horseshoers sent a communication demanding n trial for Edward Cashmau who was unseated for language used at the preceeding meeting but no action was taken The Journeymen Barbers requested the Central Labor Union not to recognize hotels with nonunion shops attached when making arrangements for the com ing national convention of the American Federation of Labor which will be com plied with Among the communications received was one from the Central Trades Council of Pensacola Fla asking the Central Labor Union to purchase four tickets for the establishment of a labor library and in that cityTbe Secretary was instructed to forward the money for themPresident Tobin of the National Boot and Shoe Workers Union called atten tion to the label on childrens shoes and declared that the nonunion Hamilton Brown firm had lost in sales last month over 64000 The special street railway strike committee of St Louis appealed for assistance in establishing a bus line to give employment to the 3500 men on strike there The company has twice broken its agreement and the men expect the fight to continue for twelve months longerThe Joint Executive Board of the United Brewery Workmen urge all locals to assist them in bringing their label more into use and the Lithographers Union of New York contradict the state ment that the strike of the employes of McLaughlin Brothers in Brooklyn had been declared off This firm now em ploys nonunion men forthe manufacture of childrens games and books Quite anamountof business of minor importance was also transacted SHAMROCK DESIGNS The shamrock has been so before the public lately that it is well to point out how easily it can be utilized for fancy work The pretty foliage lends itself to decorative purposes The patterns are worked In lustrine on that coarse canvaslike muslin used for wrapping up butter and cheese When white it is called buttercloth when un bleached it is light brown and is then known as cheesecloth It la very cheap only sixpence a yard but it requires lin lug if utd when rough wear Is demanded and who lined with a colored sateen or ilk the effect Is very pretty as the color shows faintly through the thread When worked on cheese buttercloth shamrocks are iuitable for a tablecloth repeatipglte design ia straight rows till the whole surface k covered This to jut now the fadiioji tablecloths being hoctJV The alternate squares can be left blank or a fearleafedakanirock could tie worked in the tester of each alternateaquare- The dedgninuflt be enclosed in astern stitched line of green o- W tH 30For Linen Huck Towels with neatly trimmed ends 90For good size Linen Huck Towels with fringed ends 190For the best Linen Towels on earth Damask or Huck with knotted frin- get0aFor your choice of our fine Lin en Damask Towels that we soldat5oc III THE EMIGRANTS LAMENT Written for Kentucky Irish American Oh Ireland sweet Ireland great laud of the noblest men That ever fought for liberty in woodland field or glen I must today from thee away to other lands depart And bid farewell to thee for aye although it breaks my heart Oh Ireland sweet Ireland I love thee well and true For many a happy day and time Ive spent dear land with you For many a night within our homes by fires burning clear Weve sat together telling tales and making merry cheer Yes Ireland on many a right thats now forever flown Weve drank and sang and praised the deeds of Sarsfield and Wolf Tone And Brian Born the hero who made England stand aghast OConnell then the king of men who gained our rights at last And Ireland dear Ireland on many a night Ive danced With maidens bright whose soft blue eyes into my bosom glanced And looked so sweet that evermore I know I can not find A maiden half so fair as those I now must leave behind Then Ireland oh Ireland the games that here weve played Of hurling ball or running match in equal ranks arrayed I would not give for all their games in other lands afar So spirited enjoyable and vigorous they are Oh Ireland sweet Ireland I must from thee depart Although grief atleayiug thee I know breakwill my heart But tyrants so oppress us and environ us with woe That oer the seas from them and thee my country I must go Then Ireland dear Ireland 111 bid thee now farewell Farewell to thee and all thy joys and every stream and dell And evermore wherever I ia other lands may roam Ill forinlYTHOMAS WAI KICHILDREN AND FEMALE LABOR It ito the lateral of all of us that the weak should be protected against the strong and hence it ia right to enact fac tory laws to regulate the hours of labor for women and children and these react without law in sliortentog the hours of labor fornven Children are the growing generation of mn and women and their labor should De of dkind that will not stunt their growth True wofMM my be audits and why sboukl we clawi them with dilldren Jk puce itU to the intemt o all of MS that rfeouk labor should be limited so aa not to iajure the tnoiherhoofl sal featly life I 0 7Sc For White Linen Sheeting 2 12 yards wide a most excellent quality 9Sc For a pair of extra quality hem stitched Linen Pillow Cases splendidvalue 375For a pair of durable White Lin en Hemstitched Sheets full size worth 450 I OF Grand headquarters prominently fact of the decreasing population of Prance oy the long hours of female work which prevent due attention to the nur ture aud care of families In France the rate of births is decreasing while that of deaths is increasing- It is to the interests of all of us that work should be carried on in normal con dition of health so that workshops should not maim or stunt humanity It is not in the power of individual work men to protect themselves from defective machinery or bad ventilation so it is in the interest of all of us to make laws for their preservation from preventable causes of mortality So also it is in the interests of all of us that education should be universal compulsory and efficient because the competition of labor throughout the world has resolved itself into a competi tion of educated intelligence and will do so increasingly iu the future SirLyon Play fair FOIBLES OF FASHION The strapping of the spring season will it is promised be still more in evidence on fall gowns Quills are much used on forenoon hats Some of them are handsome and ex tremely ornamental Bows of combined tints of soft liberty satin ribbons in pastel shades are modish for trimming sailor bats How popular black hats arel No one is without one at least Dlack and white tulle bats are quite chic The new veils have quite small dots not too near together Fine white tulle are strewn with small black spots The bodices of gowns of wash fabrics are open with lingerie vests or chemisettes with neck bands and are very cool Tune style of the hair is to tie it in a knot beyond the crown of the head and pull out the sides and front iin a becoming way Plaid pulley belts have superseded the black ones so generally worn PaldtlesI attached to the black belts is another style Adjust your elastics to the bottom hook I of your stays and then to the tops of the stockings to produce the longwaisted straight effect which is so desirable Tucking white lawn of very fine Swiss and making narrow bands of it for inser tion for flowered or figured lawn skirts and bodices is newand exceedingly smart Oldfashioned lace collars or hand emI broidered ones bf curved shape are worn onv gowns cut round leaving the throat bare or a velvet ribbon around the neck Blue in its varying shades del Ur quolse tettdre hyadathe and the rest Iis perhaps the reigning color of the sum mar season possibly because it lends itself so well to combination with the omnipresent black velvet Persian embroideries come to the front more and more and are particularly lovely upon the soft white woolens It issd tkat tiii trimming will be a great feature of Winter diodes and appear eonapicitotttly in the tabor govsn which are to depart more than eyer frow thesesedty of UM oldUoie tailor gown J Last of Summer Shirti Waists 39cFor White India Linon or Percale feJi Shirt Waists our 75c styles f 49ci9 9 For White India Linon or ColoredI Percale Shirt Waists the kind we sold for 100 and 1- 2574c m II For pretty Colored Percale Waists itucked yoke trimmed with bead iing MARKET STREET I ABOVE PRESTON FLORAL PARADE Will Bo a Pageant of Dazzling Beauty and Color Say the Elks ITho Booths That Have Boon Sold Occupy n Mile of Space Dr William B Doherty Will Again Hcnil the Modi sill Staff CINCINNATI NOW AFTER LOUISVILLE The D P O E an organization having for its object charity justice broth erly love and fidelity composed princi pally of broadminded public spirited men of all creeds and nationalities all keenly alive to everything in the way of progress and fully appreciative of the needs of men Godfearing and funlov ing have again prepared an enterprise of a public nature in their second fall car nival and street fair The experience of last year is in itself a guarantee of suc cess Louisville business men realize the advantages in a fair of this kind and all have taken larger space this year the line of booths being over a mile long Each and all seem anxious for a chance to bring their goods and manufactures before the people and it is only fair that they be given an opportunity to unite consumer and producer The floral parade will present a pageant of dazzling beauty and color nothing like which has ever been seen here Clubs are being formed to ride in traps and they will decorate their vehicles in elaborate fashion All vehicles are eligi ble to enter the parade the only requirement being that they decorate with flow era There will bea large number o prizes and all wishing to compete for them must register with the Committee on Parade and Review upon blanks which may be obtained from members of the committee or at the headquarters Second and Main streets Now that Louisville is forging ahead of Cincinnati in gaining trade from the South her merchants have decided to also give a fall carnival This year Cincinnati selected her dates for two weeks earlier than those of the Louisville carni val last year thereby hoping to secure the Southern trade before Louisvilles fair The Elks were alive however to the interests of the city and secured the earliest dates possible which are the sane as Cincinnati and hence Louisville is now putting her best foot forward to beat her oldtime rival At a largely attended meeting Dr William B Doherty was selected as the head of the medical staff the position which he filled most satisfactorily last year He will have associated with him the leading physicians of the city The same excellent police and fire service will be found on the grounds again and the probabilities are that the former will be under command of Capt Hcudricks his appointment having been suggested by many of the largest exhibitors The days set apart for special events are quite numerous and will be announced later when the committee has fully completed the list The workingmen will this year give the Elks their hearty support because of their recognition of the trades unions of the city and the further fact that only union men are employed in the erection of the buildings which wilt be ready for occupancy In another week ONE THOUSAND DOLLAR CHALLENGE We challenge all Ice Cream manufacturers that our Cream is pure and made of Sweet Cream and Fruit Wit DO NOr uc Chicago condensed milk and ex tractsWe sell our ratla gallon Special rates on large onlraClMCADXN u 16aad 417 Jtocpitd aireet rghjeaomMLn f TheJ LouisvilleTrust Cor Fifth and Market Sts Has the largest and Strongest FIRE AND BURGlARPROOf Yllt1S IN THE CITY For a small price per annum you can rent a box or drawer there where you can keep all of your valuable papers free from all danger of loss by fire burglars or carelessness The company has A SAVINGS DEPARTMENT earningsfree a same and get your money when you need it- Make this company the 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Meeting nt Delvin An Eventful Oriels in the Ills tory of Their Own Country Those Who Oppose Nntionn Unity Must Stop Down niul Out FOR BUYING OUT THE LANDLORDS A largely attended and successful meeting was heM at Delvin County Menth on Sunday August 6 under the auspice of the United Irish League Mark Mur ray Chairman of the Delvin Boardof Guardians occupied the chair and the attendance included William OBrien John Hayden William OMalley and Joseph Tully members of Parliament Resolutions were adopted expressing adhesion to the programme of the United Irish League and refusal to recognize as a Nationalist any one who hesitated tc adopt that programme in its entirety demanding legislative independence for Ireland the restitution of the enormous sums unjustly wrung from the country during the last half century the abolition of the plural ownership of land estab lishment of a Catholic university and bespeaking an immediate response to the appeal made on behalf of the general election fund- William OBrien who was loudly cheered said they had met together at an eventful crisis in the history of their country They were he might almost say within a couple of weeks of the gen eral election anti upon the results of that general election it would be impossible to exaggerate how much would depend for the happiness and welfare of the Irish people A short time ago T W Russell made a statement which was so import ant that he Mr OBrien was amazed that it did not attract more attention in the country lIe declared that even the Tory Government intended in the next Parliament to introduce a bill for buying out the landlords of Ireland and he de clared further and he was not so much in love with this declaration that it would be satisfactory to the landlords Now although Russell was not a member of the Cabinet he was a very im portant man in relation to the Irish policy of the Government and they might assume that he spoke by the book What did it mean It meant that the abolition oflIdndlordismrwas certain and that it was near at hand It means that the Tory Government themselves recognized that all their tinkering land acts were a failure that landlordism would have to go and that the one way of ever produc ing any permanent peace or happiness in Ireland was that the people should own and be the masters of the land of Ireland That was glorious newsbut Russell also made a statement which made it perfectly possible that unless the farmers of Ire land looked sharp the Government might introduce such a bill for buying out the landlords that it would be as bad and as expensive a job for the tenautry of Ire land as it was for the unfortunate pur chasers of the glebe lands under the church disestablishment act Russell told them that the bill would be satis factory to the landlords but would it be equally satisfactory to the tenants The answer to that question would depend on the strength of the peoples combination under the United League It would depend upon the spirit and discipline of the men that they would send into Par liament at the next general election If the people of Ireland were disorganized if there was no life in them if there was no fight in them if they sent to the next Parliament men who would not have their hearts in their work men who would break away from their comrades and do what they wished according to their own whims and temperamentif- the tenant fanners were such fools as that they would go to the wall pnd the Government would Introduce a hull that would be a curse instead of a blessing to the country The whole game of the Government for the last two years had been to shoal money into the pockets of the Irish landlords by way of compensation for such wretched reductions of rent is had been wrung out of them in the land courts The landlords pocketed at least l600000 a year under the local government act and the only thing the Government did for Ireland this session was to steal another million of Irish money and hand it over to the landlords the English treasury lung been convicted jn the admission of their own officials of plundering Ireland of three millions a pear in unjust taxation and instead of disgorging any of the money the English treasury actually laid hold of another trillion of purely Irish money and handed it over tothe landlords of Ireland A liandful of Irish numbers did make a light against the robbery but they were i mere handful helpless and divided md they were borne down and that rob beryof Ireland was carried out just as iffectually as if it had been landlords or- bumbldlUfs that they had sent over to epreaent them at Westminster There were actually Irish members who went over to London specially to vote for an lectric lighting bill that would have landed over to their friends hundred houaand pound at the expense of the itizens of Dubliu anti when they failed o carry their bill those men actually could not wait another night to rote ilpin Mealing a million of the church urplua fund and having it over lo the andlorda Once convince John Bull that be people here in Ireland bed an organ atton which wac able to hold iU own ato would not tosiute t4 throw their teeth even a cdtapulsory sales bil Once show such a spirit as that and he promised them that when the Government introduced the bill that Russe hinted as they would take mighty Kood care to make it as satisfactory to the tenants as it would be to the landlords and this next Parliament would give to Ireland the immeasurable blessing of the extinction of landlordism upon term that would make their people masters and owners bf the soil of Irelandaye and that would make the farmers and laborers and the whole people of Irelan bless the day when landlordism disap peered from the face of this earth AU that would depend upon their having an Irish party of the right kind They would have to ask themselves in every constituency in the country whethe the man whoever he might be who represented them at the present moment was the right kind of man to fight the battl of Ireland Mr Tuite was personally an inoffensive man but he thought he would give no trouble in the future At aU events he asked them here and iu every other constituency in the country t with out the slightest reference to sections questions to send men to represent then whom they knew tobe earnest and hop est Nationalists Given such a party as that again under the Chairmanship of John Redmond and he told them the would again have a Parliamentary ford that no matter what might be the condi ion of English parties would be in iia position to win every timing the farmer and the laborers and the people of Ire land had set their hearts on Under their constitution this League would never permit any man to be persecuted any memo her of Parliament to be persecuted be cause of his action in the past or because he belonged to this or that section Then was a full and complete amnesty declared for every man up to the date of the national convention Any man who accepted the doctrines of the convention iif he was acceptable in other ways to the people themselves must never be ques tioned in the smallest degree as to whether he was a Parnellite or an anti Parnellite because as Redmond declared in his great speech in Cork the battle ol 1arnellism and antiParnellism was over and gone thank God forever The question of a mans action in the past was one thing but the question of his action in the present and what it was likely tc be in the future was another question And he did say that any man who not withstanding every offer and conciliation continued to attack and calumniate the national government and joined Dublin Castle in assailing the only national organization of the people and who endeavored to keep alive dissension on the veryeve of the general election that would decide the fate of Irelandhe did say to them fearlessly that any such man no smatter who he might be or no matter what his service ill the past must step down and out unless they were to have the same miserable spectable in the next Parliament of a divided and disorganized party which Idol Keen the curse of their country for thclast ten years There was only a short time to respond to the appeal which the Bishop of Raphoe and Redmond had made to the country They were all agreed that the money would be wanted within the next couple ol mouths It was perfectly certain that unless the country was prepared to supply it there would be an end of all things an end of the Irish cause in their generation but for his part he never had one shadow of doubt that the people would supply that money with a heart and a half The one thing that the country wanted that the people required was to have a local organization in their own neighborhood that would enable them to contribute their sixpences and their shillings in their own branches and these were the men and not the rich men who had always made a succes of every national movement As to the administration of the fund he need not tell them that no arrangements they could make would sat isfy everybody not if an archangel came down from heaven to propose them but he was perfectly satisfied that tne name of Dr ODonnell and Ute name of John Redmond would satisfy every Irish Na tionalist who wanted to be satisfied If the results were satisfactory to the people they peed not bother their heads any longer about who remained dissatisfied or who remained outside lIe said to them that no man ever made a cheaper Investment of his money because by their contributions they could be buying a great land act that would make them mad their children after them the owners and the real proprietors of their own fields and their own homes as long as the grass is green They would have planted once more in the Parliament of England a united Irish battalion that would have it in their power sooner or later to wrest the freedom of this old country from the goodwill or if necessary from the necessities of England BURNED THE CAPITOL Wanton and Barbarous Act Act Perpetrated by the English i Time speech of President Keating two weeks ago makes opportune the publication of some of the early history of the United States and the feelings of Eng and for this country in her young days which should arrest thei attention of the present generation History since time j4odHcUon of Christianity records a0 mire barbarous ni than that perpetratwl fky aa English General who burned the Capitol of the United States and other peblicand pri atedwellings in thebaaotiful city where the affairs of this great JUfwMic have ten governed for a oa i iM The act waaa juoat wanton and aruua one iatlrely Ultifielfr lted yen by the rulea or Irta of war It was an actforwbie parallel can me found oalyrn theda of laortit njaaonj 3ItWMI IDId El CON bL + t detuned by the whole world outside of EnglandThe known as the war of 1812 was substantially a continuation of the fight for American independence Whe the last British soldier quitted Americ in 1783 the freedom of the new patio was an accomplished fact but it was 110t yet in the full sense an independent nation Ben Franklin when a fellowcout tryman remarked to him that the war for independence was successfully closed reo plied Say rather that the war of the lndependencisthat though England was driven from America she had not given up hope for everof reestablishing her power there It was with grudging and heartburnin that George III and the Parliament of England recognized the fact that they had been beaten On August 16 1814 twentyone Eng lish vessels arrived in Chesapeake Bay and joined Cockburus squadron One division was sent up the Potomac for the purpose of opening the way to the city of Washington the main body ascended the Patuxent After a victory from a small body of Americans at Branden burgh on the afternoon of the 24th the English set out for Washington- At 8 oclock in the evening Cockbun entered Washington which then con tamed about 900 buildings He cameIsays LossingIto destroy the publi property there As they advanced a solitary musket ball the citizens of the city having fled at the approach of the fire fiends was fired from behind ia house which killed the horse of Gen Ross The house was immediately assaulted and the work of vandalism commenced in earnest The same fate await ed the materials in the office of the Na tional Intelligencer the Government organ whose strictures on the brutality o Cockburn had filled that marauder will anger Cockburn caused all the type and other printing materials to be thrown into the street the printing presses to be destroyed and the library containing many rare works to be burned Cock burn assisted in this work with his own handsThe invaders followed the lead of thei admiral and rushed toward the Capitol This imposing pile standing upon the brow of a hill overlooking the city ir every direction was even at that early period of its construction a building of unusual magnificence Discharging their firearms at the windows the reckless soldiers burst in the doors and wltl a shout of triumph carried their leader to the Speakers chair from which will mock gravity he put the question Steal this harbor of the Yankee democracy be burnedA of affirmation rang through the ball and without further preliminaries papers and other combustibles were piled under the desks and set on fire In a few minutes this noble edifice that had been in course of construction more than twenty years and containing the library of Congress and vast quantities of official documents of great historical value was enveloped in a seething mass of flame that shot up into the sky in unmistakable proclamation of the awful fate that hat come upon the capital of the nation Meanwhile the torch had been applied to other public buildings besides many business establishments and private rest idences including one formerly owned by George Washington Fearing that the invaders intended to cross the river the fugitives on the opposite side set fire to that end of the Long Bridge and the British mistaking these frightened ref ugees for a body of American soldiers fired the other end and thus as the re sult of mutual fear this mile of bridge way was in a very short space of time consumedOverawed at the terrible devastation wrought by their hands and the forces ol nature the British stole silently forth from the city on the night of August 25 md beat a hasty retreat to their ships Slowly and mournfully the hopeless inhabitants returned to their desolate comes The value of the entire amount jf property destroyed at Washington was estimated at over 2000000 The Government and Parliament of England warmly approved of Cockburiia act When the news reached England guns were fired from the Tower of Lon lon in joyful celebration of the barbarity Parliament unanimously voted thanks to Cockburn and Ross parliament also decreed that at his death a nonument should be erected to Ross in Westminster Abey the burial place of men to whom England desires to pay extraordinary honor and the title Ross of Brandenburgh was decreed to the Seneral and his heirs forever The London Times says Tossing then as now the exponent of the priu apses of the ruling classes in England md the bitter foe of the American pee pIe gloried over the destruction of the public buildings and the expulsion of the resident and Cabinet from the capital and indulged in exulting prophecies of he speedy diseappearance of the great republic in the west That ill organized association the American Union aid the Times is on the eve of dissolution and the world is speedily to be delivered of the mischievous example of the existence of a government founded on democratic rebellion THREE THINGS Three things to lovecourage gentleness and affection Three timings to fight forhonor country and home Three things to govern temper tongue md conduct Three things to hate cruelty arrO- gance and ingratitude Three things to delight in frankness freedom aud beauty Three things to avoid idkneaa Jo uacity and flippant jaeting Three things to wish for health rienda and a cheerful spirit Three things to admire intellectual owes dignity and graccfulueaa Three things iothink bilife death nd eternity y Subscribe air fur Ibis tr I they need attention there is no better place to fixed than at I i 544 ST Right Next to Avenue Theater prices are the lowest work the best and I They will treat you right REMEMBER THE PLACE 44 FOURTH ST fooofflreegfny rend For hlalopuc this IRISHH DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tuesday Evenings of Each Month PresidentThomas J Dolan Vice President Tint J Sullivan Recording SecretaryL D Perranda Financial SecretaryPeter J Cusick 1011 Bank street Killeen SentinelTim Lyons DIVISION 2 Meets on the Second and Fourth Thurs day Evenings of Each Month President William T Meehan Vice President Thomas Campfleld Recording SecretaryJohn Mooney linancialSecretaryohn T Kenney 1335 Rogers street Treasurer Owen Keiran DIVISION 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Third Thursday Evenings of Each Month President Charles P Feeney First Vice President Thos D Claire Financial SecretaryJoseph Byrne TreasurerThomas W Tarpey SergeantJohn Uenney- Sentfne1TlmothyLyons 1ulI HutIFilItI11- I t t St Cloud Hotel- S E Cor 2d S Jefferson Sta- T A FLANNELLY Proprietor I European Plan SOc 75c and 100 I American Plan f2 and 260 I I WREN YOU VISIT CAW UPON JohnBRV NTH AND OAfc Cool j c h Are IIf t- heLouisville Dental Parlors FOURTH ITheir Louisville Dental Parlors penmClnPhiCShor7l1t11l Ty1eucrii2lnyTWgraffk rff fffsr ts THE CNEe PEST J ISevenSOCIETYDIRECTORIA MulloySergeantatArms WednesdayEvenings MurphyRecordingSecretaryohu tIjutLIMERICK Hickey LunchjN How Your Teeth TO Mountains LakesAND Sea Shore VIA TIlE Big Four Route FISHING HUNTING BOATING BATHING THROUGH SLEEPING CARS To NEW YORK and BOSTO 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 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334 EAST MARKET ST BET FLOYD AND PRESTON I tjK3w 60r8fe 4 i 6 T 6JyoFr1tiie C FE98 i 9i 4 htC9 Jt v tlllltltlllt1ttltlItltttl8Itttttw B J CAMPBBU J B CAMPER L J CAMPBK1I Jr M SHAS YOUR PLASTERING FALLEN 0FF3 IF YOU HAD USED =w IDiamond Wall Plaster It Ready Mixed Plastering Material i 331wWR ALSO MANUFACTURE M w Campbells Cement Plaster 3b w A Plastering HaterUI Without Sand 1 tueKy Wall plaster Company INCORPORATED S3 Telephone 2267 LOUISVILLE KY = M iU111111111111i111i111i11l11111111I11111111111111L11111111 11111111111 I H + + + + tt t t t t t +Ht + H + H M H f+ M4+4+++ H ++ REMOVAL Chas A RogersHA- S REMQVED HIS STOCK OF allu CATHOLIC SCHOOL and MISCELLANEOUS of BOOKS and RELIGIOUS ARTICLES to i 34 VSZ J FFE SON STJ HtHHJOHt ttHtHtttH + aD HERR1VANN BROS by DISTII BRS OF Fine Kentucky Whiskies are Importers of Fine Wine and liquors for 6w IXtb trot xpulsVu1e IiyE- ikkt as year old PEARIv OF NELSON bottled in bond a S1eci lty x FINE Wt1N3 CHAMPAONE9h h thAL xs rafVSr 2 IC GR NrHBB1 t IIIII UQUORrItiAR the o J I T tt+ tUHH 1rTT 1 TFl I HHt IELEVENTHI I Labor Day Pfde nd PIcnIc I PHOENIX HILL PARKMolnclay Septerk ber 3 1OOO UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE CENTRAL LABOR UNION ADMISSION JO CENTS AFTER 6 P M LADIES AND CHILDREN UNDER 12 YEARS FREE GV RYBODY utvIrvD + mtt + mt+ mttt mw HENRY C LAUERFine Wines and Liquors For Fancily Use No 407 East- Jefferson Street BRANCH No 905 WEST MARKET STREET ONEIL DEAD fWILL Was the Victim of a Railroad Accident Saturday at ChicagoII Last Sunday news reached this city offli the death of Will ONeil at Chicagoi the result ofa railroad accident tZThctlisI patches first stated that tlies victim was Tim P Sullivan because letters bearing his name were found on ONeil who was his close friend and for a time the rela fives of the former suffered terrible anguish The remains were identified by Sulliii I I van who immediately telegraphed the sad news to Officer John ONeil a brother of the unfortunate man who left for Chicago i Sunday night and returned with the body Monday night I Will ONeil was well known in localIj j railroad circles having for some time been with the Louisville Nashville His home was at 1120 West Oak street 1 where he resided with his widowed mother Mrs Kate ONeil The funeralI I i took place Tuesday morning his former railroad associates attending the sad ob sequies in large numbe- rsTHEATRICALS Rusco and Hollands minstrels which come to the Avenue for a weeks engagement commencing with a matinee to organy makers are culled from the stars of tltei race and provide an evening of thoroughly enjoyable amusement The sale of seats Thursday morning The names of the MeffertEagle stock company have been announced for the coming season It will be the strongest stock company ever located here nnd Louisville theatergoers are assured a season of highclass attractions Esther Lyon who gave the greatest satisfaction here the season before last will again beI the leading lady Robert Wayne hiss been engaged for leading man and comes i with an excellent reputation The other members of the company are well known artistsA is promised the patrons of the Buckingham next week in Ed P Rush Bon Ton Burlesquers which is said to be one of the best burlesque productions ever staged The Bon Tons have already appeared in New York Philadelphia Baltimore and Chicago and reports from these cities indicate that the promises the advance man will be entirely real ized The perforninuce from the rise of the curtain to the grand finale is new and uptodate Its opening and closing numbers are teal burlesquesfarces with vein of genuine comedy interrupted at proper intervals for the introduction of musical and ensemble numbers presented a chorus of pretty and shapely girls whocan dance and sing as well as don stunning gowns The artists and there over thirty in the company are carefully selected for their particular fituessE the roles given them lathe burlesques well as for their individual specialties I thus guaranteeing absolute perfection j throughout the bill The vaudeville port wellknown ofisJ t in her pleasing title rm number of- e latest ailonil apocera Tue perform t ce concludes With a novel larceHA Jamboree the ceiie of wbkh islaid on Midway gtthe Furls Exposition and J add to be in keeping with the relit of the MM RECENT DEATHS James forninny years a resi dent of the West End died Tuesda afternoon at his home 2539 High avenue Death was caused by infirmities incident to old age he being sixty three years old His funeral took place from St Cecilias church Wednesday morning William Fleck a well known letter carrier thirty arsl age died early Tuesday nJorningtST hisnonie on Eiistl Chestnut street leaviuga wife and dill dren His funeral took place from St Martins church Thursday morning andI was attended by ninny of his associatesI and friends ITime announcement Sunday morning ofr the death of William W Smith residing at 2319 High street came as a shock to the friends of that gentleman HisI fromIconducting the impressive services of the Catholic church 1John Conrmughton thirtytwo years of age well known in the East End anInouncement inexpressible grief o Ids wide circle of friends His funeral took place with solemn requiem Laces from St Pauls church Tuesday morning Deceased was the soninlaw of Mrs Frances Grieve 1018 Ash street We regret to announce the death of Katie Gibbous the tenyearold daughter of Thomas and Katherine Gibbons 1102 West Oak street She was very popular among her multitude of little friends extendrtheir sympathy to the sadly bereaved parents Her funerel took place from the Dominican church Wednesday morning with solemn requiem mass Mr P Booker Robinson one of Louis vines bestknown young business men died Thursday at Asheville N C after an illness lasting over two years He was but thirtytwo years old and few men had prospects for a brighter or more highly successful business career By none will his death be mourned more than the employes of the first of which he was a member whose love and admiration he held to a marked degree ADVItR1ISItllfUNlI COMPETITION i ASSURUDs J The action of the Board of Aldermen in passing the gas ordinance by a vote of six to two against tli e most strenuous op position front the Louisville Gas Com pany is something to which every Repub lican can afford to point with prideII The officers of the Gas Company are 1 either exceedingly lucky or they arecc gifted with a foresight which amounts almost to prescience Time Mayor the Board of Public Works time President of the Board of Aldermen and the Chair men of the Committee on Gas and Water in both boards Have been warm partisans of the Louisville Gas Company Their cause has been championed by a corps of the most experie ted lobbyists that the city has ever kmmOWH In spite of these 1 advantages ilk ordinance which the J Louisville GM Company hiss fought so I pwjonitiee 1 Ute veto in ew tie JKayor should veto it andthwatch It aw cItthat the two member wbo voted in favor ofallowing the acab ofGca to bidott dry printing wrtj Jt wine two member who voUgfMniiijjiilttftt the nwaopoSy of thetcpmlmpanmr Jr Livery anD- BoarDing Stable Telephone 1140 428 = 432 East- Jefferson Street OPPOSITE TURNER HALL LOUISVILLE KY HORSE SHOW- y Gen Nelson Miles Will Act as One of the Several Judges The citizens of Louisville will this fall have the opportunity seeing Gen Nel soni Elites the head ofI the Americium atiny who h accepted jlie invitation of Gen John B CasUe lan to act as one of the judges at the horse show which takes place here next month Gen Miles in a lletter to Gen Castle man returned thanks for the compliment paid him and said he would do all in his power to furthur the interests of the ex hibition This will be the first horse show given in Louisville but the indica lions are that it will equal in every way those given in New York The interest taken outside the city in time enterprise will alone insure its success CHARACTER A growing tree is not thinking of the shadow it will cast It is growing to bear its fruit or furnish the timber of its being The shadow grows in conse quence And it is sp with an honest good life The inspiration of it is not the desire of others applause of the growth of personal influence but the wish to do the duty of the day because it is duty It is not by mere brains that good enduring influence is secured Character which inspires confidence with respect and by the very laws of life tells on othersthis is the force which a good man directs But selfconceit personal vanity and overconfidence in oneself are not consistent with this character Let there be unaffected modesty behind ob vious power and respect is won and re spect implies influence of the best kind HUGH OCONNOR HERE Hugh OConnor the Republican can didate for Congress in the Third Indiana district was here Wednesday He was on his way home from Chicago where he had been consulting leading members of the Republican Campaign Committee His friends claim he will make a race similar to that of the lamented Michael Kerr who was elected Speaker of the House of Representatives while in Congress from that district JOHN LOVERONES CAFE John Leverone than whom there is no better known or more public spirited caterer to the thirsty in Louisville will today open his new and handsome cafe on Market street just below Fifth with- a reception to his multitude of friends and fotiner patrons For years he was in business on Green street near Fourth where he won the good will and patron age of many IrishAmericans His place will soon take the lead in that vicinity HUSTLING FOR MEMBERS Gus Kane since his election as a Su preme officer in the Benevolent Order of Mizpah leas been procuring new mew bers every day He 18R hustler sure enough and the order could not secure a better organizer FATHER lAX HOME AGAIN Rev Fatherr fax pastor of St JOHns- hurch returned this week from his Eu ropean trip enjoying splendid health KiiAveiJ rid the anlocrattwat came itum tn helm uolfi Sb1 ponded the ieiiterIii bqpa Hfo wtuoag the wise ttmliu IIIIuHIHH +I I II+HIII+HIO tII 1luI I1I III II+l ltlH++++ NOVEMBER ELECTION James P Gregory DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE F- ORCONGRESSif Fifth District comprising the City of Louisville and Jefferson County HH1+Hl+H+HHttHIIlHulHIlHI +H+HH++HH ROBERT TYLER President W A HAAS 1Manager1 We Gatef To the Best Tirade Neat Linen FinishAND No Rough Edges on Collars and Cuf- fsDUNIGANS 1 1 I GROCERY and SALOON I 5 N W Corner Seventh and Sr Catherine Streets FX1NJ3 STOCK 01 1WINESLIQUORS AND CIR8 Sixteenyearold Whisky for family amid medicinal use Special attention given private orders CHASK M W fM 8 SON Successors to Adam Vogt Co Established 1884 JewelersOpticiansDEALERS IN DIAMONDS AND PRECIOUS STONESN- ew work and repairing a specialty Special attention given to fitting of glasses by expert opticians 132 WEST MARKET ST LOUISVILLE KY FRED BRINKEFIFTH AND CHESTNUT STREET- SSTRPLEr AND fFRNGYr GROCERI- ESxOUISvII LE J Y BANNONS I F LOUISVILLEcE c Sewer Pipe Works Cj Manufacturers of Vitrified Salt Glazed Sewer Pipe Farm Drain Tile Fire Brick C Fire Clay Goods of Every Description Office 431 W Jefferson St StseeWorks Thirteenth anti Lexington LOUISVILLE KY 7 VB 74rW L Weller Sons DISTILLERS AND WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS4trNo 131arst MaliI Street LoMsvllf Ky Old WhIskyJ