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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 23 July 1898

KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. 5 Society gossip. Miss Bessie Gallagher has gone to Middlesboro on a visit. Mrs. Mat Hickey, of New Albany, is visiting friends in Lexington, Ky. Mrs. E. G. Weber has returned home after a short visit to her parents. Miss Margaret Mulhurn has gone to West Baden to spend the summer months. Misses Ida and Eva Raidy and Liz zie Morgan are visiting friends in Cin cinnati. Alderman Doerhocfer is spending a couple of weeks at Sweet Sulphur Springs. Joseph Mahoney, of Jeffersonville, was married at Osgood recently to Miss Ratigan. Mr. and Mrs. James E. Callahan and family left this week for Atlantic City and the East. Misses Florence McShane and Ruth Davis, of this city, are visiting reta tives in Indianapolis. Mr. Ed Tierney, of the Board of Public Safety, has returned from a week's trip to Northern Indiana. Mr. and Mrs. P. T. Mullin have returned home after a pleasant visit of two weeks with friends at Hobbs Sta tion. Miss Mamie Gavin, of the High lands, is visit...

Publication Title: Kentucky Irish American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 23 July 1898

6 KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. ENGLAND'S PRISON BRUTALITY. Irish Political Prisoners Subjected to the Most Savage Cruelties A Scathing Arraignment. The prisons bill, as amended by the standing 'committee, was up for de bate in the House of Commons re cently. Mr. Davitt moved the following amendment: "Where a person is un dergoing a sentence for treason, felony or high treason, he shall be allowed to associate while at work and at exercise with prisoners convicted of similar of fenses. Such prisoner shall likewise have the option of wearing his own dress, and shall also while observing prison rules be allowed to write and receive letters and to receive a visit from relatives or friends at least once each month while his imprisonment continues." He said the amendment was practically the same as that before i the Grand Committee on Law, and although the amendment on that oc casion was rejected by a large majority, yet he hoped that that judgment might be reversed by the House of Com mons. ...

Publication Title: Kentucky Irish American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 23 July 1898

KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. 7 IRELAND. Echoes of llio Most Important of the llcccnt Brents Compiled from Our Exchanges. A new creamery at Boyle is in full swing and promises success. Dr. Nelson has been elected Chair man of the Strabane Town Commis sioners. Peter Igoe has been elected Ghair man of the Longford Town Commis sioners. Dr. Lane has been elected Coro ner of the Barony of Keenaught, Limavady. At a special meeting of the Cashel Town Commissioners Dr. Laffan was elected chairman. The death is announced of Alex ander McKillop, the Town Commis sioner of Limavady. County Inspector G. J. Talbot, of Leitrim, has been appointed to the charge of the County Wexford force. James Murphy, of Tavanamore, has been returned as a Guardian for the Creggan Upper electorial division. It was an Irishman, Mr. Martin, M. P., for Gal way, that first brought dumb animals under the protection of the law. The claims lodged with the Town Clerk of Belfast for damages done during the recent riots amount t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 23 July 1898

4 8 KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. Keniucku irisH flmerican 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. LOCAL BRIEFS. The will of the late Michael Casey, leaving his estate to his children, was probated Thursday. Mr. John Cudahy, the Chicago millionaire packer, was in the city for a couple of days this week, looking after his Louisville packing house interests. We learn that there is a movement on foot to organize a new State League of the liquor dealers in Kentucky, similar to the one now existing in New York State. Daniel Hallihan, of New Albany, who was injured some time ago by a fall from street car in this city, has sued the company in the courts for $2,000 damages. Detective Sam Plamp, who was stabbed at Third and Jefferson streets several weeks ago by Will Williams, a negro pickpocket, is much improved and will be able to report for duty in a fe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 30 July 1898

Kentucky teiSH American. VOL. 1 NO. 4. LOUISVILLE, KYm SATURDAY, JULY 30, 1898 FIVE CENTS k IRELAND. Financial Grievances of the National Teachers to he Recognized. The Earl of Howth Originates the Irish Fisheries Dis cussion. Governors of the Bank of Ire land Keport aProsper ous Year. An Important Meeting Held Relative to Railway Matters. "WHAT THE INDEPENDENT SAYS. On the consideration of the Irish estimates lately the attention of the House of Commons was directed to some of the financial grievances which affect the National Teachers. On the vote of the ,625,734 to com plete the sum for National Education in Ireland, including the grant in aid pointed out the extraordinary position in which the arrears of the fee grant stand. It appears that under this head the sum of ,95,000 is due to the teachers. They have been agitating to have this amount paid, but the Government, .has been exceedingly slow in recognizing the obligation that lies upon them for prompt settlement. The debate, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 30 July 1898

3l dm-. KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. THE STDBY OF 1. The Rising in Antrim March Upon the Town Under McCracken. Desperate Valor of the Insur gentsAntrim Is Cap tured. The Tide of Victory Turned Through Overconfidence of Insurgents. Capture and Execution of One of Ireland's Brav est Sons. -GALLANT GEN. HOPE AND HIS BAND From the Irish World. The seizure of Russell and Neilson was a cruel blow to the Ulster United Irishmen. Neilson, in particular, had been the life and soul of the organ ization. He. better than any other man, knew its resources and capabil ities, and during the events which preceded and followed the murder of Lord Edward Fitzgerald had given ample evidence of his courage and astuteness. His unexpected arrest therefore threw his followers into dis order. The rising in Ulster, as in Leinster, had been fixed to commence on May 23, but it was not until a fortnight afterward that the insurgents showed signs of activity. A meeting heir leaders was. held, and it was decided that ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 30 July 1898

KENTUCKY IFjISH AMERICAN. - JOHN SULLIVAN'S ANCESTORS "Was Bora in Limerick in IGOOHe First Came to This Country at tho Age of Thirty-Three. At the first annual field day of the American Irish Historical Society, licld recently at New Castle, N. H, Mr. Bernard Corr, of Boston, read ;an interesting paper, giving the fol .lowing account of the first Sullivan Two or three years ago a gentle man of my acquaintance, while con -versing about the Irish settlers in New Hampshire and Maine, made the remark that most of those who bear Irish names were Scotch-Irish; at least that all the most prominent families were of that mythical race I undertook to dispute his statement, -and instanced General John Sullivan, of Revolutionary fame, who, I told him, sprang from the genuine Kerry and Cork stock, and was related to ;the oldest Irish families in Munster. This he stoutly denied, so I hunted the matter up, and soon presented facts which convinced him there was nothing Scotch about the Sullivans o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 30 July 1898

KENTUCKY IfjUSH AMERICAN, Kenwu Irisn American. DEVOTED TO THE MORAL AND SOCIAL ADVANCEMENT OF ALL IRISH AMERICANS. WILLIAM M. HIGGINS, Publisher. Entered at tbe Loulsrlllo rost SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, Address all Communication! to the KENTUCKY IRISH SATURDAY, A PLEA FOR THE FORMING FAMILY TREES. OF Scarcely any of the younger class of men rnd women take any but a passing interest in the history of their Irish ancestors. Genealogy has become a fad with those whose forefathers have for dec ades been born and raised on this side of the water. Why not our Irish Americans cultivate a love for the same? To many it would prove a great pleasure, to all it would be in structive. Should it be impossible through lack of resources to trace our family line back any farther than three or four generations, let us at least do that much, keeping a written record of the names of great grand parents, grandparents, father and mother, whence they originally came and where settled after marrying. In years t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 30 July 1898

I. KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. Society (Jossip. Mrs. Mary Cummins is visiting friends in New York. Mrs. Will Shelley is visiting friends and relatives in Frankfort. Miss Blanche McDermott is visiting friends in Breckinridge county. Miss Annie McGill is making her .annual visit to Paris and London. Miss Ella Croghan and Miss Lizzie McSheehy are visiting in Stithon, Ky, Col. P. T. Breen has returned from .a visit to friends in Southern Indiana. Miss Martin is spending a pleasant vacation with Mrs. Kecfe in South Louisville. Mrs. W. J. Lochra will spend the -coming two months with friends in Marietta, O. Miss Mary Monahan has returned -to the city after a week's sojourn at Rest Cottage. Mr. Michael Tyner, Sr., will leave shortly for Chicago, where he will visit his sister. Miss Mary McDermott, of Under bill street, will spend the coming two -weeks at Rest Cottage. Miss Katherine A. Bell, one of Louisville's pretty girls, is visiting her bt other in Indianapolis. Miss Nellie Creeda, of Eas...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 30 July 1898

KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. IRELAND. Echoes of the Most Important of the Recent ETcnts Compiled from Onr Exchanges. Clonmel is to have a memorial to the Manchester Martyrs A great Sanitary Congress is to be held in Dublin in August It is intended to hold a flower, fruit and vegetable exhibition at Galway, on August 1 8. Steps are being taken to connect Kilkenny with the rest of the United Kingdom by telephone. The Guardians of the Stranorlar Union have ordered forty potato spraying machines for the seven divis ions of the unions. The Birr Town Commissioners have adopted the petition to Parliament on the subject of financial relations which the All-Ireland Committee have drawn up. The tenants on the Farnell estate, in the County of Wicklow, are making arrangements to purchase their hold ings under the compulsory clauses of the land acts. A committee has been formed for the improvement of farms and hold ings in Milllown district, Galway. Prizes will be given to farmers for improvements. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 30 July 1898

f KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. THE STORY OF '98. CONTINUED FROM SECOND PAGE. END OP THE REBELLION. Battle r BnlllBahlnch Root of the Iiinaricentft The Execution of Gen. Manro. Quite undismayed by the cruel fate which had overtaken McCracken and his followers, the men of Down re solved to strike a blow for freedom. They assembled in the little town of Saintfield to the number of 5,000 men, and chose as their commander a trusty patriot named Henry Munro. Munro was a man of proved courage and, as we shall see presently, of exceptional military skill; but he labored under one great disadvantage. His instincts were so chivalrous that they compelled him to treat the rede vals as honorable foes, and not as they deserved to be treated viz., as ravenous beasts of prey, whom it would be a national service to kill on sight. This is a fault that can be found with the general body of the United Irishmen and their leaders. Their methods were often better suited to the days of knight errantry than to ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 30 July 1898

i 8 KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. KenuiGKy n isn Mm 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. LOCAL BRIEFS. It is reported that Peaslee, Gaulbert & Co., of Louisville, will lease the bottle department of the DePauw Glass-works and operate it this fall. Unity Council will hold its next meeting Tuesday meeting, when all members are expected to make final reports relative to their excursion and picnic tickets. Unity Council, Y. M. I., has elected C. H. Zook and R. A. Keyer as del egates to the Y. M. I. convention which meets at S. Louis in Septem ber. W. T. Scheusler and E. O'Sul- livan were elected as alternates. Secretary of the Treasury Gage has appointed Capt. James O'Donnell Teller of the Check Stamp Imprint ing Agency recently established in this city, at a salary of 81, 200. Capt. O'Donnell is an old soldier, and his appointment pleases his f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 13 August 1898

ENTUCKY IRI: MERICAN. VOL. I. NO. 6. LOUISVILLE: SATURDAYS AUGUST 13, 189S. PRICE FIVE CENTS. II WOLF TONE The Laying of the Corner Stone of the Monument to His Ateinory. It Will Be (he Figure of a Soldier of Freedom, Erect and Proud, the Embodiment of Courage. The Exercises Will Be Held in Dublin on Monday A Great Day for Old Ireland. WHAT THE INDEPENDENT SAYS Monday, August 15, will be a good day for Ireland. Maybe not for the nritish Ireland within our Ireland, but it will be a gladsome day for National Ireland. On that day there will belaid the foundation stone of the memorial to Theobald Wolf Tone, the military genius and hero martyr of the Irish insurrection. Timid, unthinking people, people who can not grasp the moral and lesson of great men's lives, say that the history of our country is only a biography of those who failed, says the Dublin Independent. Alas, it is the story of succession of great endeavors failures if you will, but fail ures that were heroic and epoch-makin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 13 August 1898

' KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. MMMMMMtliMtttStMiMM Devoted to tlto Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans WILLIAM A I. IIIGGIXB, Xfcllf-lor-. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. SINGLE COPY, 5c, Entered at llio Loulsvlllo Postofflco aft Second-Class Matter. Address all Communications to (be KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, 326 West Green Street. 7 LOUISVILLE, KY., SATURDAY, JULY $7 1898. CONCERNING OURSELVES. The Kentucky Irish American takes pleasure in announcing to its many friends and readers that it is now in possession of its own office, Hereafter the paper will be issued from 326 West Green street, be tween Third and Fourth. No paper has been started of late years with such flattering prospects of success as the Kentucky Trish American, and the growth of its circulation has been phenomenal. Because of disappointment in procuring our new type and ma terial there was no issue last week. Amends will be made for the omis- however. The editor and manager has now completed al...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 13 August 1898

. 1 O'CONNELL The Anniversary of a Sight n That to This Day Has Not Been Equaled. UHchanziBg Patriotism and the Unfail Ing Gratitude of the Irish Race Nobly Illustrated. The Address of Sir John Grey and Lord Mayor's Response The Great Procession. the NEW ERA IN THE HISTORY OF MANKIND The 8th of August, 1804, will long be remembered in Ireland, and particularly in the metropolis of Ireland, which wit nessed a sight that has never' been equaled. Although seventeen years had m elapsed since the death of the liberator, it -was not long after that the idea of national monument, to commemorate his great achievements, was broached. .Dining the seventeen years that elapsed since the death of O'Connell, the English press asserted with more or less elabora tion of argument and pretense of proof that tne desire manifested by the Irish people for a repeal of the union was but a passing enthusiasm with which a clever agitator had inspired them a delusion which could not outlive his time a folly ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 13 August 1898

IRELAND. Record of the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges. A branch of the United Irish League has been formed at Iklmullet. Most favorable reports about the crops in the district around Bantry are made so far. John Quin, District Inspector nt Manor hamilton, has been transferred to Rath niullen. Reports about the crops in Fermoy dis trict say that they are the most prosper ous looking in many years. Cork Parnellites have scored a remark able victory by the unopposed return of Mr. Slattery to the aldermanship of the Northwest ward. The Clontarf regatta was an enormous success. At night the approaches to the township were literally blocked by crowds assembled to witness the fireworks. John Alexander McMunn has been elected dispensary doctor in Ballymore. He was unanimously chosen as successor to his father, who had held the office for thirty years. John Hamilton, J. I, chairman of the Manorhamilton Guardians, has resigned. For over nine years he conducted the b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 20 August 1898

American. VOL. I. NO. 7. LOUISVILLE: SATURDAY, AUGUST 20, 189$. PRICE FIVE CENTS. Kentucky IklSH HOME RULE Has Lost One of Its Host Powerful and Devoted Supporters By the Death of the Most Rev. John Walsh, the Late Archbishop of Toronto, Canada. A Oreat Prelate, a Great Patriot, a Born Leader and Organizer of Men. HOW HE UNITED IRISH CANADIANS The cause of Irish Home Rule lias lost one of its most powerful and devoted friends in the death of the Most Rev. John Walsh, D. D., Archbishop of To ronto, Canada, says the editor of the Bos ton Pilot. A native of Ireland, born in the County Kilkenny, May 23, 1830, of old martyr and patriot stock, Dr. Walsh came to Canada in his early manhood, and for forty-six of his sixty-eight years was thoroughly identified with the best interests of the land of his adoption. No one could question his patriotism, and the most thoughtful and far-seeing dis cerned fresh proof of it in his unfailing practical interests in the question of Irish legislative in...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 20 August 1898

iEorrroreiY irish American. n r 5 v. y tin KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. Devoted to the Moral atid Social SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. SINGLE COPY, 5c. Entered at the Louisville Postoffice ns Second-Class Matter. Address all Communications (0 (he KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, 326 West Green Street LOUISVILLE, KY "PULL FOR OUR PAPER." Editor Kentucky Irish American: DKAR SIR The Kentucky Irish Amer ican is a paper that is badly needed for the Irish people. It is the first of its kind printed in the State, and it should not be necessary to urge the Irish-American people to give it their hearty sup port. Through its columns we shall be enabled to become better known to one another, and a union formed and cement ed by the ties of blood and country that will be a mutual help that nothing can destroy. Other nationalities, notably the Ger mans, are away ahead of us in this respect. Notice how they co-operate with and assist one another, making life both pleasant and profitable. We must o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 20 August 1898

KENTUCKY XII&II AMERICAN. 4- HIBERNIANS. What They Have Been Doing the Past Week General News Notes. All the divisions were represented nt the lawn fete. Members nre invited to call and inspect our new office. N Tom Noonc was present at the meeting of No. 3, pleased with everything but the temperature. Turn out Monday night nnd attend the picnic of No. 5 at Lion Garden. It is for n noble purpose. Mr. Thomas Loftus was initiated as a member of the Young Men's Division at the last meeting. Messrs. Martin Shechaii and Joe Coo neyranan interesting race, but Martin won by a length. Mr. James McIIugh was very much in evidence at the lawn fete, and worked hard for its success. The ball team of No. C would like to arrange a game for next Sunday with one of the other divisions. The pioneer division of Suffolk coun ty, Mass., is- Division 1, of Boston, of which John A. Ryan is president. Bro. Joseph Taylor, of Division 3, sur prised his friends (and everybody else) last week by appearing ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 20 August 1898

XCBNUCKY IRISH AmBRION f. . IRELAND. Record of the llost Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges. Henry Devativ has been re-elected clihlrman of the Moy Harbor Board. lilr. Thomas Blackall, of Killard, has been appointed Petty Sessions Clerk of Kilrusli. P. Yore, of the Town Clark's office, Ardee, has been elected Inspector of the Township. A branch of the Trades and Labor Union of Great Britain has been estab lished in Castlebar. In the very near future the tenants on the Annally estate, Longford, -will be peasant proprietors. A room has been devoted at the National Museum, Dublin, to the exhibi tion of relics of the stone age in Ire land. Alderman Flavin, of Cork, has resigned his seat on the corporation owing to the inability to spare time for his municipal duties. In Limavady district this year there is only one-half the area under flax that there was last year. Reported fair in quality. Mr. D. C. Maher, national teacher, Cashel.has now attained the distinguished po...

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