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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 4 July 1898

7 ii , KE CKY I VOL. 1 NO. 1. LOUISV1LL1 A. O. H. Great Order Holds Its National Convention in Historic Trenton. ;Very Large Attendance and Fast Differences Adjusted. a entucky Delegates to the Hil Great Enthusiasm Prevails. Monster Parade and Illuminations. MOST IMPORTANT PROCEEDINGS. n j 1 w'' ' BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBhiBBBBBBLsl i i - . T . j 1 f n The first session of the great na- j tional convention of the Ancient Or-. der of Hibernians was held Monday j afternoon in Taylor Opera-house at Trenton, N. J., when addresses were delivered by Bishop McFaul and Mayor Sickel. It was an open meet ing. Delegates from all States in the Union were in attendance, and it was the njpst largely attended meeting in thJfustorjf of the order. There was iusiasm displayed on ft Site each il- ba vs and each night there was a genial electrical illumination of the cy, many of the designs being unique id novel. A very handsome one is the large arch at the corner of and Warren streets. On umn supporting th...

Publication Title: Kentucky Irish American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 4 July 1898

1 PI 1 KENTUCll IH AMERICAN. 1 ' v - 1 1 I 1- V J F1 Tho First Anicricnii Soldier Killed on Cuban Soil "Wns Horn in Cork. ' An Ohl-Tlme Hero. y Sergeant Major Honry Cloode, who f was among the killed at the engage ment between the marines and Span iards at Guantanamo, was well known at the Brooklyn navy yard, where the news of his death was received with expressions of grief and regret from every man on duty there, says the New York Irish World. Before Goode sailed South with the battalions of marines, on the transport Pan ther, he had been for the past three years the First Sergeant at the marine barracks, and was popular and well liked by both officers andthb enlisted men under him. Goode was generally considered to be the' crack man cf the barracks. He was a large man, over six feet high, with a fink physique, and carried himself as ati ideal soldier would. According to the statements of hik former comrades, Goode was sotJ what over fifty years old, but retained1 all of his youth...

Publication Title: Kentucky Irish American
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 4 July 1898

KENTUCKY AMERICAN. CATHOLIC MEWS. The Online for 'the Children of (tic ' Dominican Httmlny-Ncliool Tho New Female UnlvcrMlty. The all-day outing for the pupils of the Sunday-school at the Domini can cnurcn win occur on July 7 at Fern Grove. Two boats will run, ? . morning ana auernoon 9:30 and 1:30. The outing was arranged to give the children a day's pleasure and the teachers and the pupils will go free. The whole congregation and their friends are invited, and for them th.ere will be a nominal charge to help defray the expense. The best of order will be maintained. The teachers have worked hard this year and Father Logan wished to show his appreciation and arranged the ex cursion. An interesting feature of the excursion will be the contest for a fine wheel and a beautiful watch. T,he contestants are Misses Sallie OConnor, Katie Purcell, Loretta Ahem, Nellie Kerr and Carrie Swift. Refreshments and" lunches will be served on the boats and grounds. A pleasant outing is promised to al...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 4 July 1898

KENTUCK IRISH AMERICAN. Kenny Irish American. DEVOTED TO THE MORAL AND IRISH AMERICANS. Entered at' the Louisville I'OBt WILLIAM M. HIGGINS, MANAGER. Addreil all Communication! to the KENTUCKY IRISH BifRAPEsI MONDAY, TO OUR PATRONS. Hereafter this paper will be issued so that it will reach all our readers on Saturday. We started off on the Fourth of July just to cheer up our patriotic Irish - American friends, but Saturday wilbbe, 'the regular publication day. To begin with, everything had to be done in a hurry, and it hoped to make improve ments in all departments. We intend to slight body. There are a large number of business men in Louisville and vicinity wl want to advertise us. bouier these called upon, not at horn on tneseHVThis papejHHIriiable ad- all who Louisville be a good field for mblication of a laper of the character we in tend to make this one. It is up-hill work, many people tell us, but we feel much more uian encouraged. we are delighted with the outlook Friends hav...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 4 July 1898

KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. Society Qossip. Misses Came and Edythe Fitzger ald will leave shortly for Metawis, Canada, for the summer. Col. Mike Muldoon, President of the Irish-American Society, who has "been on a trip to Washington, is home again. Messrs. JJen Hutti and Joseph M. Keyer, of the L. & N., will leave shortly for a trip to the lakes and through the Northwest. Mr. John A. O'Connor, for many years past with the Commercial, has secured a position in the advertising xoom of the Courier-Journal. Mr. Thomas J. Groark, formerly of Jeffersonville, Ind., has rented and furnished a cosy home on West Wal nut street, near Twenty-seventh. the bride's parents the happy couple left for an extended trip. The bridc'is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Dowling. Mr. Struck is connected with the John C. Lewis Company, t Col. Richard Quinn, of Seventh and Oak, is the solid mau of Limer ick. There are no public or charit able enterprises with which he is not connected. His photo will short...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 4 July 1898

4 KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. '98. Porty Thousand Wexford Men Com mciiiornto tho Struggle Grnt Inn EsmoiiuVs Speech. A magnificent demonstration took place at Vinegar Hill, Wexford, on Whit Sunday, in honor of the gallant heroes who fought in the battle on that historie spot 100 years ago. Not less than 40,000 people were present. Notwithstanding its enormous propor tions, the gathering was one of the most orderly that has ever met in the county. A monster procession was formed at the Fair Green, Ennis corthy, which marched to the hill, followed by thousands of other peo ple. Notable aud spirited addresses were made, and the greatest enthusi asm was manifested. Sir Thomas Grattan Esmonde de livered an able speech, in the course of which he made a strong indictment against England concerning her treat ment of Ireland. He said in part: "A year ago the people of England celebrated their jubilee. They cele brated the growth of their empire; the extension of their power; the de velopment of...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 4 July 1898

KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. o -V; . FINEUTV'S PATKIOTIO LETTER. "WIhIics tlio AiiRjomcn Would Become I.csi British mid Jloro Amcrlrnii. 'pfom Wathlngton Poit. Editor Post I have read in the Post of this morning an article taken from the New York Times, and headed, "The Irish and the Alliance." The Times has never been remark .able for friendliness toward the Irish, but, just now it suits its purpose to pat the Celtic wolf-hound on the head land say, "Good dog," after the man ner of its kind. What right has it to doubt the "loyalty" of Irish-Americans? The trouble is that most of " the Anglomaniacs hate the Irish be cause their "loyalty" to American institutions cannot be shaken. The Irish believe, with their illustrious countryman, Henry Grattan, that the 'United States is "the last refuge of the liberties of mankind." They op pose the alliance with England be cause they honestly believe that such .a compact would destroy that "last refuge." The Tory wave of feeling now sweeping over t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 4 July 1898

8 KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. NEXT ISSSUE. The next edition of this paper will go to press on Friday, July 15, and the Irish-American Society of this city will be made one of its attractive feat ures. ine above named society is one of the most patriotic and liberal in the State, its rolls containing the names of nearly every prominent Irish-American official and merchant in the city. As it has already indorsed this paper, we will endeavor to make our Irish-American number one that will interest its readers and do justice to the Irish-American Society of Louis ville. LOCAL BRIEFS. We ask the officers and members of the various Irish-American societies to send in their communications as early in the week as possible. It is rumored that a number of the members of the Young Men's Divis ion No. 6 are preparing to spring a .sensation in the near future. Since the Times joined the union it has begun the publication of a labor column, and is doing all it can for the cause of organized labor in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 16 July 1898

ntucky Irish American. VOL. 1 NO. 2. LOUISVILLE, K.Y., SATURDAY, JULY 16, 1898. FIVE CENTS. Kl 1 9 -BBI)lnv'SSraeM0ffuKHB SnHBfifBv v 'HBHHIH IS II I HI History of the Organization of One of the City's Best Societies. Started for the Purpose of Benefiting and Assist ing All Irishmen, Its Doors Are Open to All. Politics and Religion Set Aside. Officered by Some of the Best Known Business Men of the City! The society meets the first and third Thursday night in every month in the A. O. H. Hall, 331 West Market street, and is continually tak ing in new members. Any one of Irish origin can be proposed for mem bership, and the dues of the society are Si per year. The officers of the society are: President Mike Muldoon. First Vice President Thomas Keenan. Second Vice President Thomas Tobin. Financial and Recording Secre tary Thomas Drewry. Treasurer John H. Whallen. Sergeant-at-Arms John Tully. The next meeting will be Thurs day night. Tuly 21, and President Muldoon requests that all membe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 16 July 1898

KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. ORATION Delivered by the Hon. Matt O'Doherty at Phoenix Hill on July 4. Powerful Arraignment of the Enemies of Our Glo rious Country. History Reviewed and the Absurdity of Alliance Made Clear. Patriotic, Eloquent and Wise, It Was Received with Great Applause. GREAT A1)1RESS-GUEAT OCCASION The patriotic, eloquent and power ful address delivered by Hon. Matt O'Doherty upon the occasion of the annual Fourth of July celebration of the Ancient Order of Hibernians at Phoenix Hill Park was received with unbounded enthusiasm, and at times his great eloquence held the vast audi ence spellbound. At its close he was the recipient of one of the grandest ovations ever witnessed on a similar occasion. Mr. O'Doherty spoke as follows: We have gathered here to celebrate the birthday of the grandest republic the world has ever known, y To every American citizenvorthy of the name this is the dgy of days. "flfflyinc'mfl'ireS 'ir'e'aVft rao. love it inspires, wnat gratitude it s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 16 July 1898

KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. 3 that a real American is only a sort of modified Britisher. On the contrary, while resisting and rejecting the arrogant assumption of Anglo-Saxon superiority we must as sert and maintain the perfect equality of all races which go to make, up the national life of the republic, which enter as streams into the magnificent river of American citizenship, each preserving for a time its identity while contributing its full share to the strength, the swell and the purity of the tide by which it is peacefully borne onward and in which that identity must ultimately be lost. In the meantime, however, good citizenship, the best interests of the republic, its strength and stability demand that those streams shall be allowed to flow on peacefully, and to silently mingle as they flow undisturbed by the storms of hate, passion or prejudice whirh the fanatical claims of Anglo-maniacs would, if recognized, be certain to engender. We have, it may be said, as yet reached only ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 16 July 1898

KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. Kentucky Irish Mm'mw. DEVOTED TO THE MORAL AND SOCIAL ADVANCEMENT OF ALL IRISH AMERICANS. WILLIAM M. HIGGINS, PUBLISHER. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. Addreti all Communications to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, Cor. 3d tnd Croon St., Louisville, Ky SATURDAY, JULY 16, 1898. A CORDIAL RECEPTION Had this paper been started with a capital stock of a mil lion dollars it could not have met with a better reception from the people of Louisville and vicinity. The first edi tion, issued on the Fourth of July, was soon exhausted, and there were many orders for the paper during the past ten days. Letters have come to the office congratulating the management on the excellent spirit of its editorials and the fine typographical appearance of the first publication and the personal wishes for suc cess have been without num ber. All of this confirms us in the belief that a newspaper de voted to Irish American (or, if you please, American Irish) interests in Louisvil...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 16 July 1898

KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. Soeiety Qossip. Miss Agnes O'Connor is at Atlan ic City. Miss Jessie Magee is visiting rela -lives in London. Mr. James Coleman had a pleasant .day in Frankfort. Miss Maggie Gorman has gone to Old Sweet Springs. Miss Mary Boyle is ry Boyle xs visiting xviiss Ethel Peclc of Chicago. Mr. Frank McGrath is summering .at Sweet Sulphur Springs. Col. James Whallen and wife are at -the Sulphur Springs near Velpen, Ind. Misses Sallie Lacey and Myrtle Kil- Iceny have left for Chicago and the lakes. Dr. Elery Demaree and son will leave today for Milton, to visit rela. tives. The Irish-American Society is well -represented at the nearby summer resorts. Mrs. Lula Reilly has been spend ing the past four weeks with relatives in Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Dulaney and 3Irs. Hector D ulaney are summering sA Pewec.- Mr. Martin J. Cusick is absent from the city, making a tour of the South ern States. Miss Agnes Dugan is home from St. Louis, visiting her parents, on .Sixth street....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 16 July 1898

f - KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. V waged and it 0MUemb HIBERNIANS. Tlic Most Important of tlio Resolutions Adopted by tlio Convention Held at Trenton, N. J. icans s, aucn alliance so retard Ameri- The national convention of the Ancient Order of Hibernians elected Mr. John Keating, of Chicago, Presi dent, for the ensuing term. He is editor of the Chicago Citizen and Treasurer of the Chicago School Board. Mr. Keating is also State President of the A. O. H. of Illinois His selection for the office is deemed a wise one. A large number of States were rep resented at the meeting of the Ladies' Auxiliary. The ladies are now an 'imnortant factor in the work of the order. The newly elected officers were all installed, and happy speeches were made by many of them. Before adjourning the convention adopted many resolutions, the most important of which follow "To His Honor Mayor Sickel, of Trenton, to the reverend clergy, to the press and people of this old his toric city, and the citizens' committe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 16 July 1898

KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. 7 PROSPEROUS CAREER AHEAD For the Catholic Knights nnd Ladles of America Action of the Con vention Is Upheld. V Last week there was a meeting in this city of the Board of Directors of the Catholic Knights and Ladies of America, presided over by the newly -elected Supreme President, Hon. Charles O'Donnell, of Chicago, 111. The business of the meeting was to put into effect the recommendations .adopted at the last national conven tion and formulate plans for increas ing the membership under the new .administration. Thar this result will be accomplished is evidenced by the unanimous action taken upon all ques tions coming before the board. Supreme President O'Donnell is a leading citizen of Chicago, and is rery enthusiastic over the prospects of the Knights and Ladies. He was .here for several days, and expressed himself as being very favorably im pressed with Louisville. This city is represented in the board by Dr. William B. Doherty, Supreme Medical Examiner;...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 16 July 1898

KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. 8 KenlucKy irisli American ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY. Subscription Price One Dollar Per Year Address all Business Communications to William M. Higgins, Northwest Corner of Third and Green streets, Louisville, Ky. ANNOUNCEMENT. The Kentucky Irish American will be issued every Saturday hereafter from the office of the Bradley-Gilbert Printing Company, Third and Green streets. All matter for publication must be in by Thursday evening to insure its publication, as the paper will go to press every Friday afternoon. A number of important articles have been crowded out of this issue, but they will keep and will appear next week, among which are two speeches, which will prove of interest to our readers. We ask our friends to send in their lists of subscribers as soon as possible, that they may be entered upon our mail books. Any persons not receiv ing the paper will please notify us at once. Mr. Hugh J. Higgins is authorized to collect and make contracts for sub scripti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 23 July 1898

Kentucky Irish American. VOL,. 1 NO. 3. LOUISVILLE, KY., SATURDAY, JULY 23, 1898. FIVE CENTS. FATHER KESSELER. The Beautiful Death of One of New York's Beloved Clergymen. "When the Ship Went Down He Was Granting Absolution. Cave Up His Life While Try ing to Save the Souls of Others. Tribute Paid to His Memory by the Only Woman Survivor. BLESSED THE DOOMED PASSENGEKS darkness and death of the day of disaster, Julv 4, but I see with yet clearer vision since a week has passed and Lreview the awful event. Father Kesseler stands the beauti ful central figure in a picture of bru tality and ghoulishness beyond the ken of man, as the Christ in a dance of demons. While creatures called men killed women and children to make room uppn boat or raft for themselves, he stood upon the deck and prayed for all. After the collision I ran upon the deck with my husband. The passen gers were crowding together and fight ing like madmen for a place in the boats. The officers were shouting orders, but no o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 23 July 1898

1 KENTUCKY ipiSH- AMERICAN. LB VULERS 0DDBESS What the Sons of Old Ireland Have Done for Our Glo rious Union. Always Among the Leaders in Advancing This Coun try's Cause. The Prominent and Brave Part They Took in the Revolution. Represented in Continental Congress, the Army and the Navy. HEROIC AJiM PATRIOTIC ACTIONS The following is the address which Mr. William M. Lawler had prepared for delivery on the occasion of the re cent A. O. H. celebration of the Fourth of July. Because of family affliction he was unable to fulfill his part of the programme. The paper, however, contains so much that is in teresting and instructive that we feel justified in presenting it to the readers of the Kentucky Irish-American this week: Ladies and Gentlemen, Friends and Fellow Citizens: The subject, Irish Americans, which has been assigned to me on this occasion is one which is very appropriate for the Fourth of July. It comes natural for us to join in the refrain: " GoringTile bells aiul fife thTfgu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 23 July 1898

KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. 3 WOLFE TONE. -John Dillons Eloquent Trlbuto to the Memory of One of Ireland's Protestant Heroes. An immense meeting was held re -cently in honor of Wolfe Tone, one of the cherished heroes of '98, with the -view to the erection of a memorial, -commemorative of his brave deeds xmd patriotism. It was held in the Rotunda, Dublin, Ireland. Mr. Dillon made the speech of the evening. After alluding to Tone's unique place in the tragic history of Ireland, and the stirring times in which his lot was cast, he continued: "In those days great men, states then and soldiers, sprang from the Tanks of the people and became illustrious and powerful far beyond those who had been the rulers of man land. And in those great times this young Protestant Irishman, banished like so many great Irishmen before and since, denied the right to serve the land that gave him birth and the land of his love, denied a career in Ireland,' was sent to America, and he went thence to France; and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 23 July 1898

KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. KentiiGKy Irish flmerloan. DEVOTED TO THE MORAL AND SOCIAL ADVANCEMENT OF ALL IRISH AMERICANS. WILLIAM M. HIGGINS, Publisher. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, Address all Communications to the KENTUCKY IRISH SATURDAY, THE AMERICAN IRISH HISTORICAL SOCIETY. This society is doing much to straighten out the history of this coun try. It was organized about three years ago, and now has a membership of about 1,000, including some of the leading statesmen of the country United States Senators, Congressmen and Governors of States. Its Presi dent is Mr. Richard A. Mosely, Sec retary of the Interstate Commerce Commission, and the Secretary is Mr. Thomas Hamilton Murray, editor of the Pawtucket (R. T.) Tribune. Many of the leading members are Protestants, but are very anxious to see the truth of history preserved and to have credit given to the Irish race where it is due. The work of the so ciety is soon to be published in book or pamphlet form. Annual and stated meetings arc held ...

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