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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 10 December 1898

Kentucky Irish American. VOLUME I. NO. 23. LOUISVILLE: SATURDAY!, DECEMBER 10, 1S9S. PRICE FIVE CENTS. PROSPEROUS Wns Ireland "When She Had Her Own Pnrllnmeiit in Dublin City. Lost Meeting: of the Irish Vol unteer Convention in the Year 1783. Lord Cliarlemont Responsible For the Doublo Triumph of England. ACTIVITY OP TUB BISHOP OF DERRY "Grottan's Volunteers," we are used to callimr them, but though Grattan and Flood were the leading spirits of that grand movement that secured an inde pendent Parliament for Ireland, it was Lord Charlemont, their Commander-in-Chief, who dissolved them suddenly in the hour of their greatest promise, on December 1, 1783. "Let us imagine," writes the historian Thomas Mooney, "the Repeal Associa tion of Ireland suddenly dissolved by Daniel O'Connell or Smith O'Brien, and we will then have an idea of the nature of this extraordinary deed." We all know how the Volunteers owed their birth and maturity to the American War for Independence; how, when they fel...

Publication Title: Kentucky Irish American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 10 December 1898

KENTUCKY JRISH AMERICAN. ' Devoted to tlie Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans, SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, ONE DOLLAR Btttcred at the Loalsvlllo Postofflcc n Second-Class Mutter. Address all Communications to the KENTUCKY mm LOUISVIUJS, KY.,. TOO flUCH POLITICS. The disregard of law, precedent and order, and the disturbing of the peace, agitating and exciting the people, interfering with legislation, may be shrewd politics, but it is an injury to the interests of the peo ple, however much of advantage may be expected to result to a po litical party. In West Virginia two State Senators enlisted as volun teers in the army and departed for the seat of war. Their political opponents contend that, having ac cepted commissions in the army and left the State, the Senators for feited their seats, and in the recent election nominated and elected Sen ators to succeed them. In Congress Gen. Joseph Wheel er, being a member from Alabama and also a Major General of volun teers in the Uni...

Publication Title: Kentucky Irish American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 10 December 1898

- 0 EOBOrXJOICY IRISH A3MqEIIOISr. with her parents at 1037 Sixth street. She enjoys the friendship of a large cir cle of admirers and will be the recipient of much social attention while here. Mr. James Murphy, of Lexington, was a visitor during the week. Miss Edith Fitzgerald is visiting Miss Annie Henry, of Cincinnati. Miss Laura Barry, of Owensboro, was the guest of friends in this city. Mr. P. J. Ryan, of 1964 Portland avenue, is happy over the arrival of a pret ty girl at his home. Miss Carrv Fitzeerald is in Richmond. V - - - QM - - Va., where she will spend several weeks as the guest of her aunt. Mrs. J. P. Scholl, of Independence, Mo., is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. James Quinn, Haldeman avenue. Mrs. Thomas Mulligan left Wednesday for Loretto Academy to spend a few days with her daughter Loretto. Mr. and Mrs. John V. Kane will be at home at Lumberview about December 15 when they will receive their friends. Mr. and Mrs. Elsworth Larkin have re turned from Harrodsburg, where ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 10 December 1898

KENTUCKY IRISH A:VI 13RICAIV HIBERNIANS. What They Have Been Doing the Past Week General News Notes. Those who can do so should visit Jef fersonville division Thursday night. Division I meets Tuesday night. State President Martin Cusick is expected to be present. Division 10, of Lynn, Mass., is adding new names to its membership roll, as are all the other divisions. Division 6 of Binghamton, N. Y., held its annual reception in Rand's Hall, and it was a decided success. The Ladies' Auxiliary of Columbus, O., gave a very enjoyable social, at which there was a large attendance. George Kilcourse, Cosinas Meagher and several others will shortly be admit ted to the Young Men's Division. Many members are anxious to hear from the General Committc relative to the St. Patrick's day celebration. The United Irish Societies of Detroit arc making extensive preparations for the celebration of St. Patrick's day. A regular business meeting of Company A was held last night, when all details were perf...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 17 December 1898

1 Kentucky Irish American. r VOLUME I. NO. 24k LOUISVILLE: SATURDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1S9S. PRICE FIVE CENTS. IRISH BRIGADE. The E c bled Their Jtncc by heir Desperate Gallantry at Fredericksburg. Every Soldior "Wore u Sprif of Green in Memory of His Native Land. During Six Frantic Charges They Lost Over Five Hundred Men. NEVER WERE THEY SO DETERMINED. Fredericksburg is located in a fertile valley on the right bank of the Rappa hannock, fifty miles north of Richmond. The Rappahannock at this point is skirted by low crests of hills, which, on the northern bank, run parallel and close to the river, and on the opposite side stretch backward from the river, and leave n semi-circular plain six miles in length and from two to-three in breadth, inclosed within their line before they again approach the river. Immediately above the town the bluffs are bold and bare of trees. On this range and between these spurs, in December, 1802, the Confederate army, under Lee, 70,000 strong, was posted. The ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 17 December 1898

KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. IMIMIttMMfllMMtMMMMt Devoted to the Moral nnd Social Advancement of all Irish Americans. WXXXIA2VX JVI. HIOGINS, Publisher. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. SINQLE COPY, 5c. Entered at the Louisville Postofflcc oh Second.ClaHs Matter. AMrets all Coraiaualcstlons to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, 326 West Green Street, IrOUiSVJXLE, KY., ANNOUNCEMENT. In our columns last week there appeared an item which ruffled the feelings of one of the parties men tioned. This we exceedingly re gret, because it is our ambition and purpose to please our readers. Under no circumstances will we allow a word in this paper that is calculated to offend a single in dividual. Hereafter we will pay no attention to correspondence or contributions intended for publica tion unless bearing the name of the author. We still invite our readers nnrl friends to send us matter de sirable for publication in the Ken tucky Irish American, always in sisting on the foregoing require ment. , ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 17 December 1898

RELIGIOUS LIBERTY Catholic Church the Promoter and Defender of Rights of Conscience. Opposed Coercion and Persecu tionTaught Itcspcct For FreeWlll of Men. Mntrna Clutirta and American Liberty Fruits of Catholic Influence. HISTORY VERSUS FANATICAL FALLACY Editor Kentucky Irish American: 1 desire to pnblish in the Kentucky Irish American (that paper bearing from its masthead three of the brightest names ever catalogued) a series of articles upon the great subject of religious toleration to show that the Catholic church has always been the firm, consistent and bold advocate of this great doctrine of constitution the magna charta of human liberty. A man enjoys religious liberty when he posesses the free right of worshiping God according to the dictates of a riglit con science and of practicing a form of re liglon most in accordance with his duties to God. Everv act infringing on his freedom of conscience is justly styled re ligious intolerance. This religious liberty is the true right o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 17 December 1898

J, IRELAND. Record of the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges. The Irish language national fund is being subscribed to vcryliberally through out the entire country. Mr. John K. Redmond delivered his lecture on "Irish Leaders from Swift to Pnrnell" before a crowded and enthusi astic audience in Waterford. It is rumored that the Rev. James Crogan will probaby De the candidate for the Grand Mastership of Belfast in succession to the late Dr. Kane. The National Telephone Company have erected a telephone wire to Howth in connection with the Central Exchange, Dublin, which will be open for use in the beginning of the new year. At a meeting of the Limerick corpora tion it was decided to ask the local gov ernment board for permission to grant pensions to the members of the night watch to be disbanded this month. A meeting of Nationalists was held in Merchant's quay Saturday night, when the selection of the Independent candi dates to contest the ward at the forthcom ing...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 24 December 1898

Kentucky Irish American. VOLUME I. NO. 25. LOUISVILLE: SATURDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1898. PRICE FIVE CENTS. IRISH CAUSE. Great Demonstration Under the Auspices of the League in County Sligo. The People of Ireland Must Again Have the Land of Ireland. Rev. Father Scully's Heart breaking: Story of a Per ishing People. THE UNITED IRISH LEAGUE INDORSED On Sunday a great demonstration under the auspices of the Bunninadden branch of the United Irish League was held in Bunninadden, the center of a cleared district in the County Sligo, says the Dublin Weekly Freeman. The gather ing was a very large one, and nothing could exceed the enthusiasm with which the people have entered into the new organization. All sections and parties were represented, and deputations were in attendance from the surrounding dis tricts and towns. Mr. William O'Brien and the Mayor of Sligo, P. A. McIIugh, M. P., were welcomed with ringing cheers when they appeared. The Chairman, Rev. D. J. O'Grady, who was received with lo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 24 December 1898

KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. Devoted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans. WILLIAM IV t. BIGGINS) PubUslier. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. SINOLE COPY, 5c. Entered at tlto Louisville Postofflce os Second-Class Matter. Address all Communications to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, 326 West Qreea Street. SlfRADESl LOUISVIIE, KY., SATURDAY, DEC. 24, 1898. A MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL Christmas! What word inspires more of expectation to the young. of preparation to the middle-aged of recollection to the old, of joy to all? The little folks look forward to it with all the eagerness of their hearts, picturing with all their power of imagination the pleasures the surprises, the good things; hoping their fondest yearnings may be realized, yet fearing they may not be. The middle-aged, anxious to as fully as possible gratify the hopes of the young and give pleasure to the old, mingle their joyous antici pations with calculations and plans self-denials and labor, to enable...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 24 December 1898

IRISH GIRLS Find, a Hurbor of Itcfuso in tho Mission of Our Lmly in New York City. The First Picture of the Grent City That Greets the Eye of the Stranger. What This Noble Institution Has Done for Unprotected Immigrants. INTENDED AS THE HOME OF A TORY Some time ago the Kentucky Irish American published a very interesting article concerning the great number of beautiful Irish girls arriving in New York City, in which reference was made to the mission for their protection and the work of the cood fathers in charge. This week we print the following complete history of the institution from the pen of Pat rick J. Enright in the Syracuse Catholic Sun: Just within the gateway of the New World, overlooking Battery park and the blue expanse of the Atlantic, stands a quaint looking brick mansion of colonial architecture upon which time has left its indelible imprint. Dv reason of its loca tion, it is the first picture of the great city of New York that greets the eye of the stranger as he pre...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 24 December 1898

IRELAND. Record of the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled From. Exchanges. The Earl of Longford has joined bis mother nnd brother at Pakenham Hall, County Westmeath. The Lord Chief Justice of Ireland, Sir Peter O'Brien, has been staying at Rayn ham Hall, Norfolk, on a visit to Sir Ed mund Lacon. John Redmond, M. P., and Daniel Tallon, Mayor of Dublin, issued a call for a meeting of Parnellites Thursday for the purpose of inaugurating an Independent party home rule fund next year. On Wednesday morning Col. Rynd, of Ballycurabed, was found dead in his bed. He had retired on the previous night apparently in his usual health. Death is attriDuted to heart disease. T. H. Grainger, manager of the Tar bery branch of the Munster and Ieinster Bank, was shot in the right eye while out with a shooting party, and the injury, it is feared, will cause the loss of the sight. We regret to announce the death of Mr. W. Conway, of the firm of Messrs. Conway & Swan, Dame street, Dublin. The ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 31 December 1898

American. . if ; Volume i. no. 2t. LOUISVILLE : SATtJRDA DECEMBER 31, 189S, PRICE FIVE CENTS. Kentucky Irish -as RDAyiTT. Loudon Press Insists on Equnl Control .by England of tho Nicaragua Canal. Front an English Viewpoint the Canal Is Worth Moro Than Ever Now. Tho United States Senate Will Not Respond to tho Siren Invitation. ENGLAND WANTS US TO FOLLOW HER The following letter from Michael Davitt to the Irish World contains much information that is valuable at this- par ticular time. He writes from .London,, furnishing facts that should- be made known to all citzens of the United States. He prefaces his letter with a description of the treatment in. England of President McKinley'a late message: President McKiuley's message appears in a'very abridged way in sonieof today's London oaners. Its tone find terms ate profoundly disappointingto sucluValli- . : a? fi. - -S :- - . 1 1 Si . - i i" i ; J 't ' i i .seryicesto our cousins during the-recent war?" The "services" are not specuied ;...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 31 December 1898

XCEOPXJOItY IRISH AMBRICAUf. KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. Dovoted to tlto Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans. VII1(IAM JVl. BIGGINS, I.tUlaoJP. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, ONE DOLLAR Entered at the Louisville Postofflco as Second-Class Matter. Address all Communications to the KENTUCKY U)tfI6VIUK, KY.,.., HON. CHARLES D. JACOB. Hon. Charles D. Jacob died sud denly Christmas morning, causing a pang of sorrow to every one in the community on that joyous day, for no man was so universally loved by the people of all classes and con ditionsalt respected him, even his political rivals. Born, reared and throughout life rich, his gentleman ly beaiiug, politeness and charity endeared him to the poor, in whose behalf he did so much as Mayor ntirl ns an individual: to rich and poor he was the same affable man; to the workingmen he was a wise counselor, a sympathizing friend, a eenerous helper; to all a gentleman at all times. To the city the benefits of his wise, enterprising, far-seeing ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 31 December 1898

KIEaXJOKY IRISH AMERICAX. ., . . ., M. i, i i .I...- - i. V" "' " "" 1 " "' " .I.,...- , i -. ,. -I.,, ,1, i. I, a 1 A Royal Christmas Gift! A Thousand Dollar Policy of Life Insurance to Each of Two Hundred and Fifty Em ploy es j. bacon & SONS The most progressive and up-to-date "W holesale and Retail Dry (broods firm in the South always in the leadappreciating their employes long and faithful service and close attention to their interests, have with their usual generosity, remem bered each one, and as a Christmas Gift, those 17 years of age and over have been presented with a $1,000 Policy of Life Insurance in the Grand Old THE STATE MUTUAL Worcester, GEO. B. PORTER, Au't den. Agent, Who Consummated the Deal. Company, 1FE ASSURANCE CO.. Massachusetts. Organized in 1844. One of the Oldest and Best Companies in America. In addition to making their Employes a Present of a Policy in this Company, the Members of the Firm also took out a Large One. Of all Companies the STATE MUTUAL L...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 31 December 1898

IRELAND. Record of the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges. It is stated that a branch of the Gaelic League is about to be started in Bray this week. The annual meeting of the St. Laurence Home was held Thurdsay," the Lord Mayor of Dublin presiding. Lord Ashbrook entertains a large party this week at Durrow Castle, Durrow, Queen's county, for the first shoot of his extensive coverts. Mr. William Field, M. P., was at the Roval Dublin Society presented with a handsome cheque in recognition of his services in connection with the Irish cat' tie trade. The Cork trades, who will be repre sentcd at the municipal elections by a large batch of candidates, are holding meetings throughout the city and con ducting a canvass amongst electors. Mr. Vesey Knox, M. P., has written to the Nationalist Association of the city of Derry stating that family reasons will compel him to resign as soon as next ses sion opens. This means a contest, proba bly in February next. A very attra...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 7 January 1899

Kentucky Irish 1 T ViTTTSV IT .T .V.' SATIIPniV T A "NTT A American OR. f. I M E D E R, SURGEON DENTIST, 347 W. JEFFERSON ST., Bet. Third aad Fourth. Office Hours from 8 to j. Sun day! 9 to ii. LACE CURTAIN LAUNDRY, We lead and sever feJIew. Our work la Imaderlax (see curtains at 29c a pair gives tire wtlsfactloa. Work calks fer aad delivered. First-clsst serlce. MAD. BABEY, 625 Sec oad St. Tetepiteae 2631. VOLUME IV. NO. 1. LOUISVILLE: SATURDAY, JANUARY 6, 1S99. PRICE FIVE CENTS. CHEER BOERS. Hatred for 12n gland Inspires a Big: Demonstration'!'! New York. The Academy of "Mujlc Largo Enough to Hold tlio Crowd. Not Senator Mason "and" Congress man Suiter Greeted With Applause. JUSTICE FITZGERALD SPEAKS FIRST One of the largest audiences that ever gathered in the Academy of Music in New York City, cheered for the Boers Sunday night at the big anti-British meeting held there under the auspices of the United Irish Socities. It was an audience that crowded every corner of the big theate...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 7 January 1899

0 ," it KKCtJOKCir IRMH AMERICAN KENTUCKY JRISfl AMERICAN. Ocvoted to the Moral ud Social Advancement of all Irish Americans. WIXvIylAJVI M. HIGGINS, Publisher. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, ONE DOLLAR Hntcrcd at the Louisville Postolilco as Second-Class Matter. Addiers all Comtnaalcatlonstotbe KENTUCKY LOUISVIIXE, KY., NOT TOO MUCH ECONOflY. We are heartly in favor of econ omy and low taxes as far as is com mensurate with efficient govern ment. But economy and low taxes cau be made an evil instead of blessing, and a tax rate .which will not provide enough revenue to fur ish necessaries, and an economy which deprives of sufficient facili ties and officials, is a mistake that results only in evile Cheap gov ernment, like everything else cheap, is a false economy, resulting in a dollar saved with innumerable dollars lost in the end and general dissatisfaction to the people. It is not in the smallness of the amount of cost, but in wise expenditure that gives most for the money that is real econo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 7 January 1899

BOBISraDXJOICY IRISH AMBRIOAK. 4s w, iff 'ft I f J I v if III Who Is the Most Popular Hibernian? Two handsome Emblems of the Ancient Order of f; Hibernians will be awarded by the Kentucky Irish ? American to the members receiving the highest num- j ber of votes, these coupons only to be used for ballots. ff : Rccoril the Candidate on the First Line, Division on the Second. HIBERNIANS. What Tliey Have Been Doing the Past Week General News Notes. mnois Central THE FAST LINE TO Fiemphis AND New Orleans Two Fast Trains Daily. MEMPHIS AND NEW ORLEANS LIMITED Leaves Louisville 9:40 p. tn. daily and is ,a Solid Vestibuled Gas-Lighted Train 'carrying Pullman Sleepers, Cafe Dining Cars and Free Reclining Chair Cars. Arriving Memphis 8:40 a. m. and New Orleans 7:35 p. m. THE NEW ORLEANS SPECIE Leaves Louisville at 12:01 daily, arriving Memphis 10:50 p. hi., New Orleans 10 a. m. Solid Vestiouled Train with through Sleeping Cars. Meals served in Dining Cars. On Mondays and Fridays this train ca...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 7 January 1899

How I Your Teeth? If they need attention there is no better place to have them fixed than at the Louisville Dental Parlors, 544 FOURTH ST., Right Next to Avemio Theater. Their prices are the lowest, work the best, and' all guaranteed. They will treat you right. REMEMBER THE PLACE: Louisville Dental Parlors, CS-a-St FOURTH ST. i m THOMAS KEENAN. (( DANIEL DOUGHERTY. i Douonertu & Keen-an, UNDERTAKERS, 1229 West Market Street, Bet. Twelfth and Thirteenth TE 1 II O IV1 12-IO'2. All Calls Promptly Attended to, Day or Night. Car riages Furnished for All Occasions. FRANK FEHR BREWING 60. INCORPORATED. -'Hi '&f GENERAL MEAGHER Men "Who Knew and Loved the Gallant Leader of the Irish Brigade Think They Recognize Mm in tho Stono Tinage Bccently Found. Marked Resemblance to Hero of Tipperary and Maryo's Heights. LIFE STORY OF THE BRAVE SOLDIER Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE, ICY. i Muldoon Monument Company ijjj DESIGNERS AND BUILDERS OF S m ITALIAN MARBLE, AMERICAN AND SCOTCH GRANITE ...

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