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KENTuxyJRJaJ rt VOLUME VIINO 1 LOUISVILLE SATUR AY JULY 6 1901 PRICE FIVE CENTS DEDICATED New Catholic Church of St William 90 Wilson Street Its Completion Due to the Un tiring Efforts of Rev D Murphy A Masterly Sermon by Father Thomas York of St Pauls r THREE BAPTISMS AFTER SERVICES One of the most pleasing sights it has been our good fortune to witness was the dedication last Sunday morning of the new St Williams Catholic church sit uated on the corner of Wilson avenue and Thirteenth street Through the un tiring efforts of Rev Father D Murphy this pretty little church has been brought to completion and the large attendance justified the belief that it was badly neededwRev Dr Schubmann of the Cathedral first blessed the chur hassisted by Fathers Murphy Devine York and the Franciscans Solemn high mass followed Rev D Murphy being the celebrant assisted by the visiting clergymen The altar was decorated with cut flowers in vases very artistically arranged After the gospel the Rev Father Thomas York of St Pauls church this city preached the dedicatory sermon which was a masterly effort and it is needless to say was well suited to the occasion It was pronounced by those present as surpassing his great sermon at the recent hospital corner stone laying The choir under the directipn of Miss Jennie Giles and composed of Mr and Miss Ramser Mesdames Will Meehan Costigan and Smith Misses Edmonds Dowling and McDermott rendered Webers mass in G in a very creditable mannerOne of the features of the impressive occasion was the first holy communion class Thirteen boys and girls who had been under Father Murphys instruction for several months received the sacra ment at this the first mass offered in the hurchr After1the mass there were three baptismsFather Murphy announced that services would be held every Sunday morning at 7 and 9 oclock William T Meehan and the reporter for the Kentucky Irish American were the first men to enter the church after the blessing took place The lady in charge of the kindergarten and school which has been established for some time deserves special mention for her arrangement and treatment of the little communicants and others before and after the mass The Catholics of that section of the city are elated over the dedication of this little rouse of worship as many were com pelled to walk long distances to attend divine services The outlook is bright for a numerous and successful congrega tionFather Murphy will doubtless continue in charge until the assignment of a per manent pastor by Bishop McCloskey We understand there are three vacancies at present in the diccese to which priests will soon be appointed ROBERT J1 HAGAN S Popular Candidate For Prose outing Attorney of City Court Robert J Hagan candidate for Prose cuting Attorney of the Police Court has made a strong clean and dignified fight for the nomination and there is but little doubt of his winning it He will poll a large vote in the coming primary and will add much strength to the ticket iin November Mr Hagan is an Irish American and a member of the Ancient Order of Hibernians Knights of Columbus and IrishAmerican Society He ii a lawyer of tearing and ability a fluent and eloquent speaker and a man of great personal popularity Mr Hagan was born and raised in Louisville and is r graduate of the Louisville High School and of the law department of the University of Louisville He is a member of the law firm of Hagan Hagan ane is the son of Capt Frank Hagan who for many years filled the office of Prosecuting Attorney of the Police Court will great honor and distinction C Mr Hagan is a firm active workin Democrat and has been very closely iden tificd with his party for a great mano years having held various official positions in the party organization and ren dered valuable and effective service in the various campaigns both as a speaker and an organizer Mr Hagan has scivec oa both the city and county campaigi committees and oa the speakers com jalttee and has also held many othe poi ons of trust in the party organiza tlon Lastt year he was chosen Asaistau Elector on the Presidential ticket amd rendered valuable assistance to the part iia the work of organizing and stumpinj Yg the dislike Mr Hagan has a goo Irecord an a man aa a lawyer awl at Democrat aid will make a strong notnlff- use and au eieeUeatProMcating Attar o aeyof the Polk Coart n SPIRITED CONTEST Misses Boo Mullarkey and Mamie Hartlage After tho Prize The Young Ladies Auxiliary of Mackin Council Y M I will give a lawn fete and ice cream festival on the club grounds on Thursday evening July 18 which they promise will be the event of the season in the West End A valuable prize has been offered the + I FRANK E HICKEY Will be Deputy with Benson Herr I young lady selling the largest number of tickets the contestants for which are Misses Bee Mullarkey and Mamie Hart lage This will prove very interesting as both young ladies are very popular and have many friends who will assist them Miss Hartlage has the backing of the Young Ladies Auxiliary which ap parently gives her a slight advantage iu the race The auxiliary is composed of some of the best known young ladies of the city and when it comes to selling tickets they will make it interesting for whoever opposes them The council boys will look after Miss Mullarkeys interest and say they will land her a winner if hustling will do it With her own hust ling ability and the assistance of the young men of Mackin Council and her many friends she should make the con test very exciting for the opposition Both ladies will give a good account when the race closes on the night of the lawn fete This affair is now more ex citing In +6ome rcspectsTthan anyOfLthe races of the local campaign now in progress LEGISLATIVE The races for nomination for the lower house of the General Assembly are now quite lively James OConnor who is running in the Tenth ward has his race practically won He is a young lawyer of ability and an able speaker who would take high rank in the State Legislature The two contests that are being most closely watched are those of John Young and William Jacobs both well known Democratic workingmen and prominent in union labor circles They have pledged themselves to secure the passage of much needed labor legislation and consequently expect to poll a labor vote that will secure their nomination Having to work each day they have not bad opportunity to make an active can vas but their friends are working hard for them Both arc well qualified for the office of Representative BE WITH US The Central Committee of the Catholic Knights of America have arranged for a great excursion to Jasper Ind on Sun day August 11 and tickets are being dis tributed inviting everybody to be with them on that occasion No better place for a days outing could have been se lected The grounds are beautifully laid out and well shaded and on the edge of a lake there is every facility for boating and nil kinds of amusement IRISH PIPES Officers Edward Deely and Mike Baldwin two of the finest on the local police I II PATRICK WELSH Will be Deputy with Benson Herr r force were this week the recipients oi l two handsome pipes the gift of their I uncle John Deely of New Castle West Ireland which they used for the first time and exhibited with great pride to i their Limerick friends OK the Fourth oi July It U said Officer Deely and sister Mrs Mich Baldwin are contemplating strip Wld hlesome time tble iwW I E Th- q IN DAYS GONE BY I Irishmen Who Were Prominent- in the Business Life of Louisville I Wholsulo Dry Goods Men and j Grocers Who Have Passed Away David Baird and Pat Bannon With Their Sons Still Active OPENED OUR RESIDENCE SECTION In our article last week relative to the Irish and the position they occupied during the early days ofLouisville for which we are greatly indebted to Col Robert M Kelly we unintentionally failed to mention several who are still pleasantly remembered as well as two whom we hope to have long with us For years before our civil war the lead ing house in the wholesale dry goods trade in Louisville was that of Garvin Bell Co Mr William Garvin headI and founder of the firm was born in Ire land His soninlaw and partner John Bell was born of Irish parentage TheI partners were leaders in both the socialI and business life of the city Mr Garvin perished in the burning of the steamer United States on the Ohio river Mr Bell contracted disease while attending a relative wounded at Shiloh and died Their descendants lire among our most esteemed citizens The members of the firm of T L Slevin Cain long prominent in the wholesale dry goods trade were all Irish men and remembered with esteem by all who knew them Mr Thomas McMeekin a business contemporary of William Garvin and the Slevins and like them an Irishman as was his partner was the head of a house as prominent in the wholesale grocery trade as they were in the wholesale dry goods trade The firm was McMeekin McMoran The partners were noted as inseparable companions On winding up their affairs Mr McMeekin went back to Ireland but his partner remained and diedi in this city JMr Allen SAVOh1ace who in1836 formed a partnership with Mr James S Litbgow which endured till his death in 1881 was an Irishman by birth Like Mr Lithgow he was a practical work man in tin and copper and the firm of Wallace Litbgow composed of two youngand enterprising men though starting with very small capital soon became prominent The firm was a pioneer In the manufacture of stoves and in this line became known throughout the West and South Though twice burned out by destructive fires the firm soon recuperated The death of Mr Wallace was a great loss but the business has gone on successfully ever since under the management of Mr Lithgow Collis Ormsby who died in this city in 1891 was the son of an Irish father who came to this country in 1810 and was born in Henderson county in 1814 In 1832 his father moved his family to Louisville and soon after died Collis determined to make merchandising his business and after several years spent as clerk set up for himself first in the dry goods trade and then in the hardward business Becoming interested largely in real estate he closed out his other business and devoted himself to his realty interests To him the city is indebted for the opening and improvement of one of our best residence sections He never marriedDavid Baird of David Baird Son wholesale millinery born in County Down December 12 1832came to Amer ica in 1850 at eighteen After five years in mercantile business in Rochester N Y he went to Iowa and engaged in farming but finding himself too far from markets came to Louisville in 1864 and started the wholesale millinery business After a year he went Jo Nashville think ing better to reach the Southern trad from there but in 1868 returned to Louis vine the true gateway to the South and opened the wholesale millinery house which he has conducted with great sue cess ever since and made one of the best known mercantile houses in the South In 1880 he took his son William J Baird into partnership with him and the house has since been known as David Baird Son Mr Baird has always shown him self a public spirited citizen and is highly esteemedPatrick Bannon is one of the pioneer IrishAmericans of Louisville and Kentucky He has lived here now over halfr a century and has done much for the Up building of his adopted city and State If he lives until July 12 he will be cele brating his seventyeighth birthday H would much sooner his anniversary should have fallen on St Patricks day than on this day but that is another r storyMr Baanon is the original terra cotta and stoa ware pipe manufacturer iinI Kentuckyaadwas about the first to en gage in the manufacture of vitrifiedI brick in this city He has served as President of the Council and has alwayi stood high MI a leader among the Iriah people front Fenian tine down to the present It U the with of the Kentucky Iriah American that he may Jive to be one hundred PROMISING YOUNQ DEMOCRAT JThe friends of Frank G Breslin feel confident of his nomination by the Dem ocrats next Tuesday for Representative in the legislature from t14 Fortyfifth dis FRANK G BRESLIN trict the First ward of this city Every young man in the East End should give him their hearty support Besides possessing ability of the h ghest order and an exemplary characte he has other qualifications that emit ertly fit him for the office For some wflfrS past he has been engaged in the sto business and has been very successful His election would mean much forT advancement or our growing and prosous city All good Democrats are uid to vote for Thank Breslin WORTHY OP 5I PORT Among the number ofjDemocrats seek lug the support of the citizens at the pri mary next Tuesday non is better known than James Jfbn + candidate for City Treasurer Mr Camp has been the re ceiver of city taxes fob the past four years and he has shown his thorough fitness and capability of handling the fluencies of the city by the record he has made in the conduct iof his office During the time Jlihe lie took charge as Tax Receiver Mr Camp has collected for the city the sum oftit 927984A1 Those w o knote Mr Camp like him as he is affable and always courteous no matter whether in a social or business way It is such men as Mr Camp that will bring strength to the Democratic ticket and his friends believe he will receive one of the largest votes that will be cast next Tuesday Aside from official aspirations there is not a more enterprising or progressive citizen than James B Camp Through his energy and nerve he has been the means of bringing the greatest dramatic and musical attractions in the world to Louisville He has always been liberal to these seeking charity There will be many votes cast for Mr Camp on account of his father the late Ambrose E Camp who many years ago was Jailer of Jeffer son county When Mr Camp came into office the tax pate was 185 Since that time the rate has been lowered until now it is only 150 and no little credit cau be given the present Tax Receiver for it Had it not been for the large collections doubtewould be the same aslin former years ELECTED OFFICERS Division 1 of the Ancient Order off Hibernians elected officeri for the ensuing year at their last meeting This is the pioneer division of Jefferson county and embraces in its membership IrishAmeri cans prominent in every walk of life Many applications are being constantly received and the number enrolled will soon be surprisingly large Rumors were current this week the t Division 2 which has been rather unfor tunate for some time past migh consoli date with Division 1 fThe division displayed wisdom in the willebe installed next week an I to whom much of its success is due Th y are as follows PresidentThomas Ji Dolan Vice President New w G Rogers Recording Secretary Mike Tynan Financial Secretary afar J Cusick JTreasurer S rgeantalAnn rat Listen Sentinel Tim LyoaL Standing CommittftHTbomaa Geary John Crpnen Mania Ctiekk JatneaI Rogers Jamee Barry Hall Board ThowM Xeeaan JamesI Z ijr Tbomri 0JoIaarr e WORTHY CHARITY Corner Stone of St Edwards Now Hospital Laid Last Sunday i Impressive Ceremonies Conducted i T y Bishop of Indlnnnpolis Imposing l nrndo of tile Knights of St John and Other Societies A GREAT DAY IN NEW ALBANY Last Sunday was a great day in New Albany particularly among the Catholic portion of the population of our enter prising neighboring city The occasion was the laying of the corner stone of the new St Edwards Hospital a most worthy charitable institution which when completed will throw open its doors to Gods afflicted without regard to creed nationality or color The corner stone was laid and blessed with imposing ceremonies by Right Rev Bishop ODonaghue of the Diocese of Indianapolis assisted by a large number of clergymen from Southern Indiana and Louisville among them being Rev Fathers Falter Kelly Hildebrand OConnor White Bonaventura OConI nell and Unterreittneier Under the stone was deposited a parchment on which was inscribed the names of Pope Leo XIIL President McKinley the Governor of Indiana New Albany and Floyd county officials Catholic digni taries of the diocese and city the building committee and copies of the news papers circulated in the city The stone was located in the southwest corner of the building which is situated at East Spring and Seventh streets a very desir able location Thousands were present to witness the ceremonies and hear the dedicatory ad dresses delivered by Bishop ODonaghue and Hon Charles L Jewett Bishop ODonaghues address was a magnificent exposition of the object and aim of the worthy charity which was counted among the most noble works of the Christian people The Bishop also paid a fin ttribute totheholysvomeu jtl1e Franciscan Sisters who are to have charge of the hospital when completed Col Jewelt in his remarks which were in keeping with his extended and high reputation as an orator paid a merited compliment Dean Fuller and the Cath olics of New Albany by whose exertions the splendid charity was originated and placed in a position that insures its speedy completion The parade preceding the ceremonies was an imposing one and in the proces sion were the Knights of St John of the three Falls Cities the New Albany Hi bernians and the Catholic societies of Holy Trinity and St Marys churches The building when completed and furnished will cost about 60000 and the sisters hope to have it ready for occu pancy by January 1 It will contain six wards for charity patients and in addition there will be a number of private rooms for persons having the ability and in clination to pay The wards on the third floor will be set apart for the use and benefit of the Sisters of St Francis Seraphs of the Perpetual Adoration an order the members of which devote their lives to the care of the sick and suffer ing It will be free for the use of the distressed regardless of creed orcolor Its maintenance will be the special care of St Marys parish but nearly all the benevolent societies of the city will ar range to maintain rooms for the use of their members More than onethird of the cost of the building was donated by the Very Rev Dean Faller who gave to it every dollar be possessed CONFIRMED Bishop ODonaghue of Indianapolis conferred the sacrament of confirmation Monday evening upon a large class at St Prances of Rome church in Clifton The Bishop was assisted by the pastor Rev Father White The fortunate children were Margaret Knopf Margaret and Laura Hugu Margaret Rogers Katherine Schulte Mary Fitzgerald Abbie Chester Corinne Stanley Mary Hourigan Mar garet Sayers Barbara Kircbuer John McGill Huntoon McCann Frank Sauer sayerslwho VOTE FOR BELL Among the many candidates for Magis trate none are better qualified for the office than Mr L H Bell who seeks the Democratic nomination in the Sixth district composed of the Fourth Fifth Sixth and Seventh wards of this city Mr Bell is well known for his honesty and integrity having been engaged iIn business here for over thirty years His election would be a guarantee that th rights of rich and poor would be recognized with impartiality CONCERT FOR PATRONS The manager of Phoenix Hill Park hasI arranged for two free open air concertsI for the patrout of that popular placeI Bmdar aftenoou and evening o- a o t MOVE UP TOWN Portland Hibernians Made an Application to tho Hall Board Division 3 of the Ancient Order of Hibernians held a very interesting meet ing Monday night and besides transact ing much business received four applica tions for membership The Finance Com mittee and Treasurer George Butler made their semiannual reports which showed RICHARD BAIRD Will be Deputy with Benson Herr the division in a splendid financial con ditionAfter some discussion it was voted to continue with the Hall Board as hereto fore and return to Hibernian Hall provided the division is given the first and third Monday nights in each mouth This action has been expected for sometime past and there is no doubt that the request will be granted President Cav anaugh then appointed the following committees Visiting James McCue Thomas Noon Pat Begley FinanceWilliam Burns Pat Netllgan Hugh Higgin- sLiteraryDennis J ColemanLawrence Mackey Murt Gallaghe- rEmployment1lIchael Sheehan Geo Butler Patrick Holly ANOTHER BRANCH Slate President Reichert of the Catho lic Luightsof America assisted Organ aYmalPiniustittiling onoet Eranc11 of that order in Lauesville Ind They were very much elated over their work there and the kind reception given them President Reichert has gone on his annual vacation and upon his return will engage actively in the work of the order e GOOD POINT LOST In the article published last week about our friend Col John McAteer the point of the joke in the closing para graph was strangely omitted The Colonel at the time was standing iu the street supervising the careful laying of the granitoid pavement in place of the rough and broken brick sidewalk when approached by the reverend gentleman mentioned They were personal friends which led to the question and witty answer CHARLES L TROXELL Charles L Troxell Democratic candi date for nomination for County Clerk has never before sought public office For the past twentytwo years a member of the well known firm of Casler Troxell Co he possesses fine business qualifi cations Liberal charitable and public spirited he has for years taken an active part in every movement for the advance ment of the mercantile and manufactur ing interests of Louisville Both Democratic candidates are competent and capable gentlemen HENNESSYS APPOINTMENTS At the last meeting of Division 4 of the Ancient Order of Hibernian President Hennessy appointed the following committees for the coming year KELLAR WILLIAMSON Will be Deputy with Benson Herr VisitingJerry Hallahan William MitchelleLiteraryDave Reilly John Grogan Tom Langan Standing Tom Dowuey John Mur KenealyEdward JohnHennessyMessrs John Wian Mike Hayed John Connora were reported reooesri tata their UbKM oIItr n HENDERSON Irishmen Always to the For With Credit to the Race Take Them In Any Walk of Life They Are Among the Leaders Names pf Some Prominent In Professional anti Mcrcnn tile Life THE LATE REV FATHER TIERNEY The IrishAmericans of Kentucky hats reason to be proud of their kinsmen in Henderson county Take them in any walk of life they are the leaders It makes no difference whether it is in the practice of law medicine or architecture engineering financiering building ortt any form of contracting the Irish arc always to the fore and with credit to themselves and their race The town of Henderson has approxir mately 16000 inhabitants Of couistu i the great majority are Americans so called but quite a good sprinkling of Irish blood flows through their veins You will find influential citizens here with unmistakable Irish names such as Manion Ryan Burns OBytne OCon CurryNeither Rev Lu i Father Tierney andseveral of his name Father Tierney is the pastor of the Cath olic church in Henderson and not long ago celebrated the twentyfifth anniver sary of his ordination He was born in America but the love of Ireland and her historic hills and vales were bredand born in him He has strong the pure Gaelic type and these coaled with a magnificent physique and a head storedwith facts about everything from theology to farming mark him as a man among men In fact he is the genial oldfashioned soggarth arooa trans ferred from Ireland to Kentucky His friends say he is merely in purgatory here and passthroughhome There are no paupers in the Iri Thi rrnLdersoii flicyare all well built ablebodied and thrifty Some of them are tobacco buyers others are extensive property holders all are industrious even the young women of Irish birth are not ashamed to work for a living and all of them hold good positions either in stores or offices Among Hendersons leading men are Bankingproperty owner Mrs T Ryan property owner and owner of one of the largest groceries in the city James Manion a knowle4eofdealer in fine wines and liquors Peter Manion contractor and laud owner Ed ward Charles and George Manion all grocers in their respective parts of the town M Burns another popular police man and Mr Burns a popular bank employeIt not do to leave out Dr P H Griffin one of Hendersons most import ant citizens He is a thorough Irish American and is the leading physician of the town lie has money and in fluenceSince the foregoing was written the Rev Father awayunexpeetedly thelargestU IRISH AND CATHOLICS Their Part In the Capture of Vlncennes Prosentedby Ed Fitzpatrick TIweshasMagazine an article of about 3600 words tookin t tory and the capture of Vincennes from the British and Indians in 17789 The expedition which started from the falls of the Ohio in June 1778 under tlje com mand of Col George Rogers Clark ac quired for the United States all ofwhat now comprises the States of Ohio Indiana Illinois Midi igan Wisconsin and part oflIin nesota now having a population of over 17000000 In this expedition made up of only about 100 men there priestFattier acter and chief aides of Col Clark was mainly instrumental in bringing about victory for the Americans at Viawunes J9rlhbymuch about the subject but never before from this standpoint The article trill ofDonahoeFATHER BOLAND Rev Father Roland a young priest recently ordained at Bishop McQualds great seminary at Rochester baa been stationed at the Cathedral here He has pinoisngloaf with them j drrccr r- IW rNZ ITCJl IRIsii AltIERI AII KENTUGKY IRISH flMERIGflfl s1s- 1wIYa7IA111 Devoted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans M HXGGlNS Publirher SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc BHtered at the Louisville Postotf Ice as SecondClass Matter IMitisill C iik tl niUlfce KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 West Green Street nT1TVIIIB KY SATURDAY JULY 6 1901 APPRECIATED The editor and publisher of the Kentucky Irish American wishes to return thanks for the many kind expressions upon our anniversary number and also to those who in any way contributed to its success Our subscription list has been largely increased and it will be our earnest effort to deserve the con tinued support so generously given during the past three years VOTE FOR THE BEST The campaign among the Demo crats which will close with Tues days primary has been remarkable for the fair spirit exhibited by all the candidates for office While the canvass has been hotly contested there has been no bitterness or mud e slinging and this ought to insure a united party in November The candidates are all able men and the Kentucky Irish American feels that whoever is nominated will add strength to the Democratrc cause Mr Jeffersons letter to the com mittee and his platform have made him many friends while Mr Grain gersdeclaration to apply the golden rule and his honorable treatment of rich and poor makes his defeat seem almost impossible Both are com petent for the high office and Louisville is sure of a firstclass Mayor The list of names for the other Eres is the most representative ifciutbefprejhe people CORflACS CHAIR The ceremonies which took place r at Thurles in connection with the consecration of the Most Rev Dr 5 Fennelly as Coadjutor Bishopof Cashel and Emly were of special Interest Bishops and Coadjutor Bishops have in the course of a events been appointed and installed in many dioceses in Ireland during the past ten years and in every case naturally the Catholic people con cerned have done everything in their power to honor their new spiritual ruler writes the editor of the Dublin Freeman In the historic archdiocese of Cashel how ever the inauguration of a new a Bishop had naturally a very special interest not merely for the people of the archdiocese itself but for alt Ireland For two generations we might almost say for three indeed for his influence in Irish political life dates back as far as the Tenant League of the early fifties r and the work of Father Tom Shea Dr Croke was not only the Archiepiscopal head of Cashel he e4was one of the small band of statesmen and reformers that haye created what is best and most prom ising in Ireland Dr Croke in a word was not merely a great churchmanhe was a great Irishman That is why Sundays cere mony in Thurles was so important Ithe resorts published are the best evidence that the people of Tippe rtry and the rest of the archdiocese of every class and section are well i ftjatisfied that in Dr Fennelly they have got the man best fitted to carry on the splendid traditions ecclesiastic and political as we know them today of Cashel of the Kings The opinion of the people of the archdiocese was demon utrated on Sunday in a manner f 00 which no man could mistakein the addreeeel from every live association in the district and especially n from the educational organizations but it was shown in an excptional way by the demonstration of the people themselves Nothing could he Jl1ot1ieloguent of the jreality of ie union of priests and people in Ireland and especially in the Arch diocese of Cashel than this nothing could more conclusively prove that in selecting Dr Fennelly to be Coadjutor Bishop of the Arch diocese cum jure successionis the Holy Father most truly interpreted the hopes and wishes of the people who for many years have acknowl edged the spiritual sway of Dr Croke But indeed Dr Fennelly well deserves the welcome he has received One of his chief recom mendations to his brother priests when they sent his name to Rome as Dignissimus was that although he was the man of all men in the diocese marked out for the position of assistant of Dr Croke he was the last man himself among the priesthood of Cashel to think so He is a scholar and a cleric of dis tinction in every sense of the word yet all his friends knew that he was in no way ambitious of eccleiastical honors Like Dr Croke himself he is a typical Tipperary man He comes of a stock that has given many distinguished sons to the church not merely in Ireland but in other lands also and we need scarcely say that he is a sound Nationalist Dr Croke whose public life in Ireland began almost half a century ago must feel well satisfied to find that his Coadjutor is a man after his own hearta good priest a good patriot a true son of Tipperary John R Pflanz has for years been a friend of organized labor the editdifof the Journal of Labor to the contrary notwithstanding The uncalledfor attack upon him and the Kentucky Irish American will fail of its purpose We respect both candidates each good men and true and therefore dismiss the subject which is hardly worth notice MERIWETHER FOR TREASURER The candidacy of Charles Meriwether for the office of City Treasurer was announce months ago Coming of stock prominently and honorably identified with the history of Louisville from its commencement he needs no introduc tion in this his native city the place of all his activities George W Meriwether father of the subject of this article was Louisvilles first Treasurer serving in this capacity both before and after the town of Louisville was incorporated In view of these facts and taking into ac count his tastes and qualifications noth ing could be more natural and altogether in order than for Charles Meriwether to have the ambition now sought to be real lied Mr Meriwether is in the rrime of life ands the purpose here announced has been cherished and with every preparation made in any way required to qualify for the duties he is admirably fitted for the office He is moving sub ject totbe action of the Democratic party but otherwise be is untrammeled in any wayI shall he says if chosen to this important office devote my undivided accordingtomy past connection with the Democratic party justifies an inference in my favor in this respect as never before have I partyIin many directions the credit and some times the emoluments for which have timehasbetter in my favor Charles Meriwetber is widely popular and it may be awiurvd his cause will be kepthimconstantly needed and used Ills UlenU while be bu faithfully worked with the rank and file J- I k SBSS SOCIETY m The Kentucky Irish American this week presents its readers the picture of Miss Julia Kelly the beautiful and tal ented young pianist of the jest End who has won for herself a warm spot in the hearts of the many who heard her artistic playing at the Hibernian and other entertainments given during the past few months both in this city and Jeffersonville In addition to her accom plishments as a pianist Miss Kelly pos sesses a sweet and sympathetic voice of unusual power She is an exceedingly fine vocalist her enunciation being very clear and voice perfect Her many ad mirers predict for her a high position in musical circles in this city MASTER JOHN CRONIN Son of the Well Known Electrician Will Make His Mark The Misses Hubbuch are now at Birm ingham Ala the guests of Miss House manMrs Thomas Ryan and children of WestBroadway leave tomorrow to spend the summer months at Asheville N C Jacob F Miller spent the Fourth with his daughters Misses Mamie and Callie at Fisherville where he will remain until Monday Mr and Mrs Martin Connelly have returned from Chicago where they spent a week visiting Mrs Connellys brother Nell Mullaney Ernest Tracy of Sixth and Illinois avenue Jeffersonville who has been ill at his home for the past two weeks is again able to be out James E Drown of Twelfth and Zane streets has gone on a two weeks fishing trip Jim knows how to enjoy life dur ing the hot weather Miss Mary Diesel and mother of Fifth and Illinois avenue Jeffersonville arrived home this week after a very enjoyable visit with relatives at Edwardsville Misses Susie Miller and Nellie Carey two pretty Limerick girls left last Sunday for Boston where they will spend three weeks as the guests of Mrs Harry Miller Mrs Mary Constantine of Eleventh and Hill who is well known in the best Irish circles left Thursday July 4 for Glencoe Ky to spend the summer with her son Martin Constantine of that placeMiss Marie Louise Costignu of this city was awarded a 5 prize for her public opinion IIof the Atlee Burpee Company published in these columns some time ago She is a writer of no small ability Miss Callie Miller who has been ill for some time past at her home on West Madison street has gone to Fisherville accompanied by her sister Miss Mamie Her many friends hope the change will result in her speedy recovery andrestor ation to perfect health The Halma Dancing Club a social organization composed of well known and popular young men will give one of their very enjoyable parties at Fountain Ferry Park next Wednesday evening This club has been growing in public favor from its inception Dr and Mrs G R Christian of Indianapolis who arrived here last week to visit D J Coleman 1731 Portland ave nue have left for their home During their stay a delightful party was given in their honor at the residence of Mrs Coleman Among those present were MM dames Christian Coleman and Kfilly IflMM Muuie and Julial Kelly Messrs n Michael McGuire William Sebree John McGuire and Denny Coleman The via itors made many friends here Among the pleasant social events of the past week was the reception held at the home of Mr end Mrs John Hickey Seventh and Oak streets in honor of the arrival of another boy from babyland The happy parents received many congratulations when the little fellow was christened Sunday v VETTERS CHIEF DEPUTY Capt John Barry will be Nace Vetters chief deputy if he is successful in his race for the office of Jailer Capt Barry was chief deputy under Nace when the latter was Bailiff of the Police Court and was a very popular official John T Burke the well known union molder will be another of Mr Vetters deputies DECLARED ELIGIBLE The attempt of Messrs Charlton and Drewry to have William Welter and John Kelly their respective opponents for the Legislature declared ineligible proved futile The scheme was a poor one and destroys whatever chances they bad for nomination Messrs Kelly and Weller shouldreceive the votes cast Tuesday COMMONWEALTHS ATTORNEY Swager Sherley has been making his canvass alone and unaided for the nom ination for Commonwealths Attorney and now on the eve of the primary feels confident of success He possesses those fine traits of character which made his father the late Tom Sherley so popular with the masses If nominated and elected Mr Sherley will be found to be a competent official as he is a lawyer of more than ordinary ability BEAUTIFUL RIVERVIEW Riverview Park is being thronged nightly by those seeking cool breezes during the heated spell This beautiful place is more popular than ever and is patronized by the elite of the city There is dancing each evening during the week and free concerts by Morbachs band every Sunday k afternoon and evening This is the ttist pleasant resort about Louisville and no improper characters are ever allow d within its boundaries CONFIRMATIONS Right Rev Bishop ODouaghue of Indianapolis onfirmed the children at a number of the Louisville Catholic churches this leek filling the appointments of Bishop McCloskey Bishop ODonaghue Is no stranger jn the Louisville diocese Yenref JsJne was a student at St Thomas College near Bardstowu Scieial prominent clergymen of Ken tucky were his classmates at that institu tion all of whom welcome him among them after years of separation LAWLER FOR NAPIER One of the most important moves on the local politicallchess board was con summated during the past few days and the race for County Assessor for which there are five strong candidates becomes difficult of solution Capt Mike Lawler who is well known and has a large per sonal following has accepted a Deputy ship with James Napier and will urge his friends to vote for that gentleman Capt Lawler is a Confederate veteran and for many years was a prominent figure in union labor circles Latterly he has been engaged in contracting for street work and railroad building and his kind treat ment of his employes makes him popular with a large number of voters Capt Lawler possesses every qualification that guarantees the efficient official and Jim Napier made nojiuistakc when he secured his services Other Deputies who will i be of great strength to him are Messrs John Winn Mike Logan and Dan Fath The GainesboVough hat varied some what in the turn of the brim and the mode of trimming is one of the leading favorites It has a flit crown and a wide brim which in the soft flexible straws is capable of many manipulations and feathers are the prevailing decoration BIG FOUR ROUTE TO Indianapolisx Peoriav CHICAGO AND it POINTS IN INDIANA and MICHIGAN BEST ERMINALS UNION DEPOT Corner SevAtttb St and River CITY TiCKBT OFFICE No 318 Fourth Ave U JCATBw KyWAINWY P EPPIAOPA CWNATLO IRISHH SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O LI- DIVISION 2 Meets on the Second and Fourth Thursday Evenings of Each Month President William T Meehan Vice PresidentThomas Camfield Recording Secretary John Mooney Financial Secretary John T Keaney 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Kelran DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fouth Wednesday Evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn Hennessy LynchRecording Gilles pieFinancial Secretary Joseph P McGinnAssistantDave ReillyTreasurerHarry IRISHAMERICAN SOCIETY Meets at Hibernian Hall First and Third Thursday Evenings of Each Month PresidentJoseph Nevin TarpeySecondRecording SecretaryJohn J Flynn Financial SecretaryJoseph Byrne TreasurerThomas Keenan SergeantJohn Kenney SentinelTimothy Ly- onsRIVFRVI t pARK POPULAR PLEASURE RESOR outingslawnpartiesThisspot in Louisville Free con certs by Morbachs Band every Sunday afternoon and night and dancing during the week No Improper Characters Allowed PHENIX HILL PARK NOW OPEN FOR TUB SEASON Now Is the Time to Secure Dates Fo Picnics Outings Socials greatimprovedd with new equipments throughout Par ties or societies should consult the manager of Phrenix Hill Park before closing contractsFREE OPEN AIR CONCERT Sunday Afternoon and Night The AcknowledGed Standard of Ex cellence 1 Quick Meal Gas RangeEv- ery one sold speaks for itself and one sells another QEHER SON 214 Market near Second Ma MURPHY DBAIEB IN GROCERIES PRODUCE tMEATS Wines Liquors Feed HarltndlOraln JS Cor Seventeenth and Portland Ave Illinois Central BEST AND QUICKEST LINE BETW- EENLouisville flemphis NewA Orleans Two Fast Trains Daily Yes tibuled Throughout an Lighted by Gas Cafe Diners CarePullman Free Reclining Chair Cars Close Connections to am from Arkansas Texas nn the Southwest NEW HOT SPRINGS LINE via MEMPHIS Through Sleeper reservation from Chicago Cincinnati- Louisville or New Orleans tc Hot Spring- sExcursion Sleepers Through to California From Chicago Cincinnati of Louisville without changE and at low rates anyIllinoisWI MCBRIDE City AgentPourth A H HSMOUGACJiicfo nWA1fRdXa AGJI A IoirieUie- n r How Are t YourTeeth they need attention there is no better place to 11 11If fixed than at t- heLouisvilleII I III Dental Parlors II 544 FOURTH ST Right Next to Avenue Theater Their prices are the lowest work the best and all guaranteed They will treat you right REMEMBER THE PLACE Louisville Dental Parlors 44 FOURTH ST T J WATHENS mICE CREAM fFAGIORY lCREAMERYM AND BAKERY t eSO Eighth Street 75cSherbetsr 75cPeachS5cBricltCapacity 1500 gallons per day Goods shipped as far as 200 miles dealersdI TISEAA DUUnftDDUQUt SWi IUU I Gran WSmiths Sons I I j III j t IIMISS KATESMITH Lady Assistant and Embairrier I IICarriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short NoticeII = MOVED TO 700 WEST WALNUT STREET Il1li = TELEPHONE 810 II Sl SSSStSiSSSSSSSSSSSS I ftDftDDDDJiDftDII = ENOS PeopleandFor Business Good Employment and Success X 5CALLOR WRITS FOR fUH INFORMATION I Union NaUtili Ilaall CollegearamE SSESSSSSSSSSSI1f CompanyIij1 BI I ITALIAN MARBLE AMERICAN AND SCOTCH GRANITE 1i Ij i I 1 flonumentsUlldTI I I Artistic Work Only Solicits Workshops and Studios II WAREROOMS 322 to 328 WEST GREEN STREET I c IZZXX2X XSXXZX12ira XZni t2IffiB SWIIU1 HKiI lJoiM1eel115fr 8E51 15 THE CHEJIPEBT Penmanship SIror77run an o sdlfIIZ whtaloyueursyilleIly Seven experienced teachers each one a specialist in his line We are now in I our new home N E Cor Second and Walnut streets The finest and best arranged yearII any SHE IS CRYING Because She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma t- oCHICAGOON THE vLtJ a IIIUoIfII ester llle- I y I In an ELEGANT PARLOR DINING CAR E H BACON District Passenger Ate Mt Louisville Ky FRANK J AgentCi IUruigrwtI 4- II i t tPJ ttv CMSI F1 GRAINGER CANDIDATE F- ORMAYORSubject to the Action of the Democratic Party 1901 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1901 J INapier FOR CountyAssessor Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party OX4cXcX OOOQ 1901 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1901 JOHN R PFLANZ F CANDIDATE FOR REELECTION FOR JAlLERJEF11ERSON COUNTY Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party 1901 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1901 WM BOSLER Candidate for Reelection for BaliffPoliceCthurtSubject L RfttIR BREWING 60 INCORPOIt ATKD Brewers and BottlersLOUISVILLE KY tit IIr PARADISEii ii ROOMGood 5 i M J HICKEY PROPRIETORi1 rs Telephone 884 248 West Jefferson Street i JOHN F OERTELBHTCHERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEERr 14001404 Story Avenue tI Tiopbons 891tOtJISVILtE KY J c VOTE FOR GEORGE H ALEXANDER FO- RCOMMONWEALTHS ATTORNEY Subject to the Action of the Democratic party Judge J Wheeler McGee exJudge la of the Police Court says of Alf VJOldhams office Altogether I think j 3 I may say your office is better arranged for business and more systematically j conducted than any public clerks j office I have known VOTE FOR JJOHN KEUAYP- OR r TIlE LEGISLATUREEleventh Subject to action of Democratic party MM M + MMMt t + + + + + + + + NEW TREBINGS HHOTEL A1J SWEENEY Prop 100 PER DAY American and European Plan 620622 W MarketSt Louisville Ky Telephone 3431A The finest and best equipped dollar a day hotel in Louisville Special rates to professional peo pIe + 4 + 4 4344 + 4 + 4 4 4444 + 444 44 + 4 JUDGE NICK VAUGHN The Secret of His Exceeding Popularity With the Masses I have been told that my good friend Judge Nick Vaughn is running like a thoroughbred for Prosecuting Attorney of the City Court and he is one said the leading IrishAmerican who made the statement There is an hon esty about the Judge a kindness of heart a goodfellowship with those about him which should commend him to all If you want to know a mans character ask those who know him best I have from my own personal experience found him the best of men I dont mean one of those Pharisees who attends church on Sunday andcheats his neighbor Wednesday Thursday Friday and Saturday but loyal honest and generousthe man who comes first to you in your sorrow and who never has an ill word to say of another But the gist of the matter when it comes to electing a gentleman to office is his fitness for the position What are his qualifications Judge Vaughn has proved his The Judges record stands before the public He has acted with dignity and prudence as the acting attorney of the City Court He has been merciful to the weak and erring out of his own pocket he has aided the un fortunate he has been unsparing of the hypocrites he has made friends ofevery class of people and when asked to join a certain organization unfriendly to Irish Americans and told it would be to his advantage to do so he refused The Irishmen of this city he declared have been kindly to me Shame on me then if I became a member ofa society which reviles and blackguards themNo friend of the Judges ever called on him for aid without getting an imme diate response Qne woman engaged by a railway asked him to help her What did he do Go straight away and make a friend buy a ticket over her roadand write a note asking that she be given credit for the same An elderly couple tormented by boys who came in their stable shot craps and smoked throwing the lighted matches on the inflammable floor applied to him after vainly asking reliefelsewhere In one hour they got it The Judge ought to havethis office by right and justice If I were some poor trembling wretch some wretchedwoman needing mercy I would ask the Judge for it One time a poor helpless woman was arrainged in court It was before the Judge held office Her child had been shipped off by her to Cincinnati for fear of its being taken from her She had a mother there Everything was against her Tomorrow morning said the Judge on the bench I will send you to the workhouse for a year On her way back to the jail so violent was her grief that the officials of the court were moved They got Nick Vaughn to appeal to a friend in her behalf and he did so He thought the woman might be a sinner but her parting from the child and a years absence from it seemed a cruel thing to him His friend was so moved by his plea that he got a local politician to interfere and appoint a lawyer to protect the penniless woman and the result was that she was dis charged and went to Cincinnati to rejoin her old mother and little baby The best friends Judge Vaughn has are the IrishAmericans and he has proved him self loyal to them in word and deed He has stood by them and they should stand by him for he has chosen his friends among the high and the lowly regardless of creed nationality and all else Isis recordstands before the public and if time chronicle of his private Icindneaeea could be pronounced iti would carry every precinct in the city for him lire Colonial tie k one el Ute wta 0- rt j All the Judges under whom he has i servedrecommend Alf V Oldham i I Democratic candidate for Clerk of the if Police Court i The late Judge R II Thompson J who was Judge of the Police Court i for sixteen years said of Alf Old hams office It has never been so satisfactory since I have been Judge of this court n Up Stalra Over English Woolen mils Store One Door West of the Biz Store IDEAL DENTISTRY- at reasonable prices at th- eMammoth Painless Dental Parlors 436 and 438 W Market Street Superb Crown and Bridgework Ele gant Gold and Porcelain Crown Best equipped office in the city LOUIS A BRORING DrDr Sr PROPRIETOR jI M CHATTERSON Candidate for Democratic Nomination For COUNTY ATTORNEY W B HOKE I CANDIDATE FOR Judge County Court Subject to the action of the Democratic party Robert L Tilford CANDIDATE FOR Sheriff Jefferson County Subject to action of Democratic party JJOHN DRESGHER CANDIDATE FOR TAX RECEIVER Subject to the action of the Democratic party fancies in shoes and it is somuchfn demand that the fehoe dealers find it impossible to kepv any assortment of sizes While the biel slants in toward the arch of the foot it has no curve and MettMto have the meet of making the foot look abort Comfort however iis one of the special n i e r r = Judge R Mi Buckley the present 0 Judge of the Police Court says of Alf IV Oldhams office Your records j are written up daily something that I as a of thirty years experience and Judge of the Police Court have never known before L1H1 BELL lOR MAGISTRATEFourth Seventh wards Sixth dis trict Jefferson county Democratic primary July 9 1901 Big F ouA TheJJII 1901 PanAmericanY ExpositionB- ig i Four Route In connection with Lake Shore Miehfgao Southern and New York Central RR offer the lInelt equipped train aervlco at frequent intervals to Buffalo from South do West k bfB Inza1s PrtsIJtnt i AptW fCincinnatiT S J GAtES Gen Agent Louisville OLD IRISH BLOOD God bless the brave old Irish blood the noble and the truel With the dean love of Holy Faith tis leavened through and through It mantles in each Irish face with hot and honest glow If the Faith be but mocked at as if it felt a blowl llot blood nndpassipnatcitiis liaye really fora fight For a small point ofhOlioror for its countrys right lint if you wish to see it boil and rush to strife and scath Let it but hear the rallying cry of Dan ger to the faith II If it has smoked on battlefields for quar rels not its own Poured forth like water to defend many a foreign throne Fair and deep ifleft its mark when Irish man and boy Fell for the Austrian gainst the Turk for France at Fontenoy For Don Miguel in Portugal it has been shed like rain And many a time has laid the dust on the burnt heaths of Spain But never has it flowed as free or with so good a will As when tis shed to guard the church or her true priests from ill God bless the good old Irish bloodI God pureWhcreer there will the faith endure Where Irish hearts beat firm and free the mass shall still be said Upon Gods holy altar for the living and the dead The priest will not be wanting nor the temple for hisflock For Irish gold for God is poured like water from the rock From Englands crowded cities to whereupon the breeze Australia scatters forth the scent of its gumladen trees Along Minnesotas thousand lakes at Africs cape ofstorms Tis Irish gold supports the faith and Irish blood that warms Father Henry B M Hughes O P HOUSEHOLD HINTS Brown GraviesWater mixed with beef extract is better than plain boiling water for brown gravies Babys Bed Dont make up the babys bed on the floor The air near the floor is always drafty Keep Away Flies To preserve picture frames from flies boil three or four young onions in a pint of water then with a soft brush or blender go over the frame A Good Tooth Powder Two ounces of prepared chalk half an ounce of pow dered orris root quarter of an ounce of carbonate of soda Dry mix thoroughly and pass twice through a fine wire sieve Poison AntidotesIf a poison has been accidentally swallowed instantly drink a pint of warm water in which have been stirred a teaspoonful of salt and one or two of mustard A half glass of sweet oil will render many poisons harmless Red EyelidsIf troubled with red eyelids give them a hot bath just before going to bed laving them with the hands In the morning always give the eyes another good bathing rubbing gently from the outer corners toward the ROM Many people carelessly pass over the eyes while washing the face but they d yare aril need great care v a T L JEFFERSCANDIDATE FOR MAYORSubj- ect 25 to the Action of the Democratic Party IgOI NOVEMBER ELECTIONIgor JAMES B BROWN CANDIDATE FOR TAX RECEIVER i Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party Charles L TroxellCANDIDATE FOR CLERK OF JEFFERSON COUNTY COURT Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party JAMES C OCONNORCANDIDATE P- ORLEGISLATUREFiftieth district Tenth ward of Louisville Subject to action of Democratic party W NICK VAUGHAN CANDIDATE FOR PROSECUTINGATTORNEY A RepubhcanParty m r DANIEL DOUGHERTY THOMAS KEENAN f JK6611a11J I 1225 West Market Street Bet Twelfth and Thirteenth II3iLaIIO113 12402I- I Galls Promptly Attended to Day or Night Carriages IIIIAllI Furnished for All Occasions DRINK- Hofbrau Pilsener Beer BREWED B- YSENNACKERMA BREING co11IwINCO- RPORATEDTELEPHONE 452 LOUISVILL K7tn HENRY C LAUERTEL- EPHONE 1140 FINE WINES AND LIQUORS I LIVERY AND BOARDING STABL 407 EAST JEFFERSON ST 3l 428 AND 430 I BRANCH HODS 905 W MARKET i EAST JEFFERSON STREET LOUISVILLE KY JOI N FRANK H=WALTERS a Cly=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 2092 LOUISVILLE K1 MOORES PLflGE 1521 PORTLAND AVE Largest and Coolest Glass of Beer on the Avenue FINE WHISKY A SPECIALTY WINES AND CIGARS VISITLIMERICK CALL UPON John HickeySEVENTH AND OAK Cool Lager and Warm Lunch Never Run Out Clearys Exchange 124 First Street WINES LIQUORS CIGARS ONLY BEST BRANDS HOT LUNCH PROM 10 TO 1 n RfAGANS fXCHANG S W Cot Preston aid Market Wines Liquors and Cigars SPECIAL Best Old Whiskies in bottles and jugs six and eight years old from 200 per gallon up Hot Soup and Warm Iirap1i DUNIGAN SeventeenYearOldWhiskies and Rye for family use 600 per gallon N W Corner Seventh IHstc Catitei FAHEYS EXCHANGEI JOHN B FAHEY Prop J N SCor Seventh and Mark Choice Wines Liquors and Cigars Telephone 8O44A Ipr MERJOANr I t tt t t t t tt t t t t lT7Tnn++++4++ + + +4I4 +t + t EXCURS1ONJND1 1 rlPICNICW FERN GROVE MONDAY JULY 29 Benefit St Pauls R C Church Piano DrawingEvery adult ticket gives chance on Piano if you attend picnic or not Hold your numbered coupons We hold your numbered ticket which will be placed for the drawing Piano on exhibition at Montenegro Riehms 030 Fourth ave- nueDlniner and resl1xnentsAdult Tickets 25c Children under 12 years lOc under 8 years free Union music + tt tt It It H Squire John McCann 06 CANDIDATE FOR JUDGE POLICE COURT Subject to the Actionof theJDemocratic Party Benson 0 Herr CANDIDATE FOR County flssesssr I JEFFERSON COUNTY Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party 1 NACE VETTERCANDIDATE FOR JAILER= OF JEFFERSON COUNTY ject to the action of the Democratic party +t 190I NOVEMBER ELECTION 190I W J eEMONIR IS A CANDIDATE P- OROLEFK JEFFERSON COUNTY COURT SUBJECT TO THE ACTION OF THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY ++++N+ +++4 41 + 4 ++++tI+ 1901 November Election 1901 ETWSchmittCANDIDATE FOR SHERIFFJEFFERSON Subject to the Action of the Democratic Parly r S McNUTT CANDIDATE FOR STATE SENATOR ThirtySixth District First and Second Wards and Jefferson County Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party WML7r WELLER JR FOR STAIE S NATOR Eighth Ninth Tenth Eleventh and Twelfth Wards Subject to the action of the Democratic party Primary July 9 1901 IETh CASLERCANDIDATE FOR SSESSOR OF JEFFERSON COUNTY Subject to the action of the Democratic party CHARLES E SHEPARD MEMBER ORGANIZED LABOR CANDIDATE FOR CIiJrRIr CITCou itT jct to the actfon of the Republican partyto 0 T L JEFFERSON I 4 J s sx CANDIDATE FOR MAYOR Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party To the Democratic voters of Louisville- If honored by an election to the office of Mayor of my native city I will faith fully throughout the term of my office be influenced and controlled by the follow ing rules and principles FirstAn honest consistent and im partial execution of the laws SecondThe responsibility of the Mayor is to the people alone and he should be free from the control or domi nation of any man or combination of I menThirdLaws enacted for the protection of the citizens against all forms of crime IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Thomas ODonnell M P addressed a meeting under the auspices of the United Irish league at Rutherglen on Wednes day night Thomas Rice Henn late Recorder of Galway died at Kildysart on Friday night He was in his eightyeighth year and had been complaining a week The remains of John OHare of Mill town County Down were interred on Thursday Deceased was 102 years of age and retained all his faculties to the last On Thursday a fatal accident occurred to a herd named Neill in the employ ment of Mr Patrick Cregan while he was engaged training a horde at Bally ferntot near Chapelizod New potatoes from county Dublin according to the Northern Whig of good quality have been sold in Glasgow and other pacts of the West of Scotland dur ing thp past few days at excellent prices Fifteen soldiers in Fermoy barracks on Saturday showed serious symptoms of poisoning The mischief is attributed to their partaking of the contents of a large tin of beef which was served out at breakfastThe of the late Rev Dennis ODonoghue Ardfert County Kerry took place on Saturday amidst general manifestations of mourning After re quiem mass the absolution was per formed by the Most Rev Dr Coffey Bishop of Kerry The annual procession in honor of the blessed sacrament by the Franciscan Capuchin Fathers took place on Saturday in glorious weather on the grounds attached to the monastery at Rochestowu The procession was a very impressive one and was witnessed by thousands of peopleHis Lordship the Most Rev Dr Fen nelly was consecrated Coadjutor Bishop of Cashel and Emly with the right of succession to the Archbishopric in the Cathedral Thurles on Sunday The consecrating prelate was the Most Rev Dr OCallaghan Bishop of Cork The sermon was preached by the Very Rev Dr Keane O P The Most Rev Dr Croke has recalled the Rev Nicholas Power from Moorfields to occupy an important position in his native diocese Father Power during his sixteen years of missionary labors was a familiar figure in London more particularly in the homes of the poor and to the Catholic patients at St Bar tholemews Hospital On Sunday avery sad drowning acci dent occurred near Cove on the River Suit Edward Davies son of T Davies tltt popular Superintendent of the Great Western Railway left his home took out a canoe from the Boat Club and west down the rver When coming home he placed the Waddle ncroM lknees for the purpose of lighting a cigar pan t should be faithfully executed and the payment of tribute as a protection against punishment for crime should not be tol eratedFourthThe members of the Police and Fire Departments and other public officials under the control of the Mayor should be firmly prohibited from taking preI serve peace FifthNo candidate has the right In advance of his election to exchange promises of favor and reward for support of his candidacy SixthAfl public work should be done ette The paddle slipped into the water eacheellhlmseWabout for a Jew seconds and it is thought he was seized with a cramp as two ladies eyewitnesses say he was making a gallant struggle for the shore The body has not yet been recovered- At Fermoy Military Barracks on Monday fifteen men of the York and Lan caster Regiment showed such serious symptoms of poisoning after breakfast that not only the doctors but the chap Qflthemcaused by eating the contents of a tin of beef served at breakfast- A largely attended convention under the auspices of the Ulster Farmers and purIchaseresolutions were passed including resol i utions demanding compulsory sale and expressing willingness to support the granting of State aid to laborers and artisans to enable them to procure suit able cottages and allotments which should ultimately become their property I by the payments of easy annual installments T W Russell M P addressed the convention and received an enthus j iastic ovation Determination was expressed j to oust from their seats at theI next election the Ulster members who I had failed to keep the pledges given by them at the general election WILLIAM WELLEREt One of the most important offices to be filled at the coming election is that for State Senator and ihe voters and tax payers should see tcfif that they are rep sented therein by men who will be the equal in ability of those from all sections of the State William L Weller who is a candidate for the Democratic nomina tion for State Senator from the Eighth Ninth Tenth Eleventh and Twelfth wards is certainly yuallfied in every re spect for the office Frank and honest he deserves the sui rage of the people and with him in tie Legislature there would be bright pro ipects for needed legislation beneficial to Louisville Will Weller is selfmade Iman in his younger days working in Dennis Longs foundry and also the gas ho4se Liberal minded kind to the poor arid an advocate of the just demands of labor his majority should be overwhelming Not for years has Louisville to be so ably and fearleadyetxaeuted Linen and boMMpttn gowns are both ott the lfstof rMCgpwtw thee former in dull red relieved bya finish of black and white beiaireipwwiUy mentioned ntt 0- tt by free and honest labor and in letting such work preference should be given tour own citizen- sSeventhRigid economy in the use 01E public money All contracts should bie made after public notice to the lowes and best bidder- sEighthThe lowest taxation with the welfare of the city and strict ad herence to the rule of requiring the cit to live within its income Ninth All public accounts should be constantly and carefully scrutinized and the same care given to public as to private bargains T L JBPFBRSON July 2 1901 HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOeneral- News Notes I IThe Ladies Auxiliary of Division 2201E I Boston gave an entertainment and bop bon party last week that filled Armory I HallThe Hibernians of Concord and La conia N H indulged in a large street parade preliminary to their great field day and picnic July 4 The various divisions of San Francisco held their gigantic joint picnic July 4 The prizes that were awarded the winners of athletic and other contests will aggregate over 2000 Division 01 of Boston has issued a challenge to any division in Suffolk county to meet their football team in a game under Gaelic rules at the St Marys parish reunion July 18 The Fourth of July celebration under the direction of the Hibernians of Con cord N H proved to be a gala event the Laconia division having decided tact 0 in conjunction Cornelius Clifford of Concord a prominent member of the New Hampshire bar was the first orator of the day- Division 63 one of the most popular and vigorous in Philadelphia initiated ten candidates and received several appli cations at its last meeting Upon motion 100 tickets were bought for the Hibernian field day Rev Father McNally of Artqugb Ireland was present and ad dressed the members after which the social session was begun- It may be interesting to many members of the order to learn that Samuel B Kirby who is now a candidate for County Attorney generously contributed the first donation toward procuring the uniforms for the Hibernian Knights when they were organized about ten years ego And let it be remembered he was not a candi dote for any office at that time Patrick Farreu of Division C4 of Phila delphia though not an aged man is the oldest Hibernian in Pennsylvania He joined the ranks at the age of seventeen when none but tried and true were admitted in his native Tenebane County Armagh He came to America soon after and found in Philadelphiaonly two divisions where now almost one hundred can be counted Ricbaad OFJynn of Worcester Mass has given an interesting present to the Trustees of the new Hibernian hall This is a framed picture of the coatof arms of the four provinces the cities and chief towns of Ireland There are forty nine coats of arms representing as many Ideals and clans In addition to that of Ireland is the coat of arms of the Clan na Gael in Australia Scotland Canada England and the United States There accompanies the picture an index ex plaining the meaning and derivations of the names of the cities and towns and the four provinces of Ireland In the upper left hand corner of the heraldic decor1ioa Is the emblem of the Ancient Order of Hibernians D FREE i FREE On Saturday July 6 at the new r store I will give away one =half dozen Dinner Plates with 4 Ibs Coffee = 100 OR i lb Mixed Tea = s 8oc 1 MULLOYI ra I I 00 00000000000 rr Samual BKirbyFORC- OUNTY ATTORNEY Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party ROBERTr J HRGRN CANDIDATE FOR r mml AIIORNEY POLICE COURT Subject to action Democratic party Chas MeriwetherCANDIDANE FOR- t reasurereYSubject to Action of the Democratic Party l LAMAR HERNDON CANDIDATE FOR LegislatureLltlhtl1 and ZVlntt tVLL1 cJIit Subject to action of the Democratic Primary July 0 1901 1i F It t14 + It +F It Hit It It It It It It t W IILLENll KINNEYI r I I CANDIDATE FOR Prosecuting Attorney I jSubjectj DR HARRIS KELLY FOR e CORONEROF JEFFERSON COUNTY Subject to the action of the Democratic party CHAS A WILSON FOR Judge Police Court I Subject to action Democratic party JAMES P GREGORY CANDIDATE FOR REE- LECTIONJUDGE JEFFERSON COUNTY COURT Subject to the action of the Democratic primary JAMES B1 CAMPCANDIDATE FOR I CITY TREASURERSubject to action of Demootftlc party fJ n