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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 27 August 1898

American. fl VOL. I. NO. 8. LOUISVILLE: SATURDAY, AUGUST 27, 1898. PRICE FIVE CENTS. Kentucky Irish POPE LEO XIII. The Grand Old Han of the Vatican Reported to Be Dying. Most Progesslve Pope of Modern Times. Democratlo in Sentiment and a Friend of Labor. Wonderful Work of His Life Who His Successor Is Likely to Be and How Chosen. SLIGHT OF BODY STRONG OF MIND The sudden decline of Pope Leo XIII. has cast a gloom around the world. That he has been the most progressive Pope for centuries is generally owned, says a writer in the New York Journal. His' power as a governing intellect and as a HIS HOLINESS diplomat has extended outside of all religious circles. His physical collapse coming so soou after England's loss of Gladstone and Germany's bereavement at Bismarck's death is' a singular coinci dence. It brings before the gaze of the world a wonderful career. Tito Morning of His Life. Pope Leo XIII. came of a noble Italian family. His baptismal name was Vin cenzo Gioachimo Pecci, and i...

Publication Title: Kentucky Irish American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 27 August 1898

' KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. Devoted to tlto Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans. WILTvIAai IVI. HIGGINS, Xtfclll-xe. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, ONE DOLLAR Entered at tbo Louisville Postofflce on Second-Class Matter. Address all Communications to the KENTUCKY LOUISVILLE, KY., NOTICE TO READERS. We are gratified to inform our frieuds and the public that arrange ments have been made whereby Mr. D. J. McNamara will represent the Kentucky Irish American, and we ask for him the cordial recep tion that has been tendered the paper wherever it has made its appearance. Our business office will hereafter remain open until 8 o'clock every evening for the accommodation of those who are engaged during the -day. This will give all an oppor tunity to visit and inspect the office, and we hope there will be a large number of callers and new subscrib ers. PRACTICAL HUflANlTY. In viewing the present state of the country and the condition of the classes most disturbed by the present war, the que...

Publication Title: Kentucky Irish American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 27 August 1898

KErxireK:r xrat&xx American. HIBERNIANS. What They Have Been Doing the Past Week General News Notes. Mr. Jauies Barry is a popular member of Division 1. Mr. Matt Owens, of Division 3, spending his vacation at West Baden. 13 Mr. Denny Kennedy, of Division 0, is thinking of spending his vacation at Bethlehem. The dramatic society of Division G is after something entirely new for the coming season. A field day under the patronage of Hi bernlans -will be held on Labor Day at Manchester, N. H. The Young Men's Division has signed Robert E. O'Connor, the well known athlete, to play with their team. Mr. Dominick Burke, a well-known and popular young Irishman, was one of the number initiated into Division 4 at its last meeting. When in want of information of any kind, apply to Thomas Langan, of Divis ion 0. He is an unabridged encyclopedia as to the Irish and their affairs. Nines from the Hibernian Knights and Young Men's Division will play an inter esting game of ball at Grimes & Ga...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 27 August 1898

1.5" JCBJITCK Y IRISH , AMERICAN. IRELAND. Record of the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges. Henry Coyle, a gifted Deny musician, died recently. A co-operative society is being estab lished in Urlingford. The Mercy Convent, Derry, recently celebrated its golden jubilee. A new branch of the Gaelic League has been established in Kilniiliill. Dr. O'Dyer. of Etinistymoti, has had his thigh broken in a driving accident, Mr. Kennedy, Petty Sessions Clerk of Carrigaholt, has been elected to like posi tion in Kilkee. Dr. Given, of Druniquin dispensary district, Omngh Union, was found dead in bed a few days ago. Coal and copper ore were lately discov ered on the Marquis of Waterford's prop erty in Kilniacthonias. Mr. Selig, a Clare man, is becoming a successful player on the London boards. His line is in the drama. The demonstration of the battle of Ballycllis recently held in Wexford was attended front Camolin by Rev. P. Boyle, C. C. Members of the Galway Branch of th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 3 September 1898

Kentucky Irish American. LOUISVILLE: SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1898. VOL. I. NO. 8. PRICE FIVE CENTS. STILL LIVES Spirit of '98 Not Dimmed by the Intervention of Time. Irishmen Gather in Dublin From All Parts of the World to Participate in the Tone Centenary. The Greatest Procession Ever Seen in Ireland Addresses by Redmond, Dillon and Others. UNITED STATES WELL REPRESENTED One of the finest demonstrations that ever inanttestea a nation's leenngs 01 honor for an illustrious son took place in the streets of Dublin. From all parts of the land came admirers of Wolfe Tone's character and his life-long efforts for his native country to pay their reverence to his memory. Tone never stcod so high in the estimation of Irishmen as he stands today. A hundred years have rolled by since his mortal remains were placed be neath the turf by the side of the ruined church in the little God's acre at Bodens town. His name has passed into history, and to gain a knowledge of what he was and what he strove...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 3 September 1898

l I KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. Devoted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans. WILTjIAM ivr. HIGGIXH, PubllsUer. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, ONE DOLLAR Entered at tbo Louisville Postofflce as Second-Class Matter. Address all Communications to (be KENTUCKY LOUISVILXE, KY A PLEA FOR THE STUDY OF THE IRISH LANGUAGE. Every nation has its own tongue, its annals and legends. Not one is richer in these particulars than the Celtic. On account of the cruelty practiced against our forefathers, their language being forbidden them as well as their religion, the mother tongue in many parts of Ireland was dropped and English substi tuted in its place. Consequently in the homes of Irish people our ears are not accustomed to its use. Children often ask what it is like and why it is not spoken, saying that German, Italian and French can be heard at any time; but not so the Celtic. A living proof that the English Tiave got the better of us, a lasting illustration of our own stupidity, if we...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 3 September 1898

STILL LIVES. CONTINUBD FROM FIRST PACK. that, since Owen Roe died at Qlough Oughter upon St. Leonard's day, no other Irishman has brought us within such measurable distance of the goal of all our wishes. If ? were to stop here I should have said quite enough to justify all the honor that we or future genera tions of Irishmen can pay to the memory of Tone. But I can not stop here. I must do what I can, within the reasonable lim its of a speech, to point out, in some little detail, what exactly Tone did. He first combined all classes and creeds of his countrymen in that body, so well known to all of us, under the honored name of United Irishmen. How he did this time will not allow me to tell, but I should ad vise all of you to find it out for yourselves in that charming- book Tone's Life by his son, and in Madden's Lives of the United Irishmen. Two things, however, in the life of Tone, I must for a moment dwell upon the scene iti llantry Bay and the last great scene of all. You all kn...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 3 September 1898

KBNT0CKY IRISHI AlMCBRIOA.N:. IRELAND. Record of the riost Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges. Thomas B. .KUlccn has been elected Master of Loughrea Union. The recent rains have been of incal culable service to nil crops in Mid-Cork. They were parched by the long drouth, and the welcome moisture has worked wonders in the face of the country. Dr. W. W. Daly, the Park, Killarney, has been elected medical officer of Castle- islam district of Killarney Union. The election was held in Cordal. Dr. Harrold, who was the former officer, retired on pension. M.J. Wheltou, Clondrohid, Cork, at the last meeting of the Gaelic League, in Dublin, said he only learned to speak Irish within the past five years. lie rc cited a poem in Irish with fluency and gracefulness. In the district of Cootchill, Cavan, re cently it was reported that only a few pecks of flax had been sown. Bawnboy ilso has a small quantity this year. The flax as n crop seems to be dying out nil over the northern ...

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

Kentucky men AMERICAN VOLUME I. NO. 10. LOUISVILLE: SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 10, 1898. PRICE FIVE CENTS. SHAMROCK. Challenge for the Amer ica's Cup Received and Accepted. Sir Thomas Upton Wei! Represented, The Document Carried by Men With Histories. The Picturesque and Romantic Site of the Royal Ulster Yacht Club Association. WHERE THE RACER IS TO BE BUILT The formal challenge of Sir Thomas Lipton for the America's Cup on behalf of his ninety-foot cutter Shamrock, which was issued through the Royal Ulster Yacht Club, was duly signed by the representatives of the Irish club, the members of the committee affixing their names to the document shortly after 5 o'clock Tuesday afternoon. The defi was cheerfully accepted by the New York Yacht Club, whose representatives also placed their names to the articles of agreement and conditions. With the arrival in this country of the quartet of yachtsmen from the Royal Ulster Yacht Club, bearers of Sir Thomas Lipton's challenge of the America's Cup, int...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 10 September 1898

KBOTIjrOKIY IRIS! KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. MimtlMIIMmfltMIIHMH Devoted to tlto Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans. WirrXAlVI M. IIIGGIXS, Publisher. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. SINQLE COPY, 5c. Entered at the Louisville Postofflce as Sccond-Clnss Matter. Address all Communications to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, 326 West Qreea Street. aTRADTsI LOUISVJXIyE, KY ENTERPRISING. The Kentucky Irish American gave its readers last week the most complete report of the great Dub lin celebration published in these United States. We are not as old and perhaps not as experienced as many of our contemporaries, but we possess the enercry that will enable this paper to equal the best and be surpassed by none. A number of new and special features will be added from time to time, which will greatly enhance its already established value as an advertising medium. Our readers will be pleased to know that the size of the paper is to be enlarged, thereby presenting them much m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 10 September 1898

KENTUCKY IXeisiI AJVtBRIOAN VANDALISM. England Guilty of tho Only Case in the History of the Civ ilized World. Tho Cnpitol and Other Buhlic Buildings Burned by Ad miral Cockburn. Value of Property Destroyed at "Washington Aggregated $2,000,000. EXULTATION OF THE LONDON TIMES From the Irish World. The only case of vandalism on record In the history of the world is to be found in England' doings in America, and in the columns of England's chief news paper, the London Times, it stands as a loudly applauded "splendid achieve ment." The Encyclopaedia Britannica, an Eng lish publication, acquits the Vandals of the methods long associated with their name, in the following language: "There does not seem to be in the story of the capture of Rome by the Vandals any justification of the charge of the destruc tion of public buildings which is implied in the word vandalism." This same publication boils down the whole history of the Cockburn barbarism to one senteuace, as follows: "In 1814, durin...

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

IRELAND. Record of the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges. The lockout of employes of the Lim erick clothing factory has been settled. Three hundred persons were effected by it. Mr. John Daly, ex-political prisoner, has effected a settlement between the tailors in Limerick satisfactory to both sides. Mr. N. J. Cosgrove has been elected a member of the Wexford Hnrbor Board. He defeated such strong candidates as Alderman Stafford and Mr. Lynne. Mr. Patrick Doherty, Lecky road, Derry, sustained fatal injuries last week by falling down stairs in his home, while placing a bird and cage in position. The Urlingford Board of Guardians at last meeting passed a resolution of regret at the death of Mr. Warren. The de ceased was a deputy lieutenant for the county. The Roscommon Agricultural Society opened the annual show at Castlerea last week on the usual grounds, about a mile from the town. The attendance was up to the average. We regret to chronicle the death of Mr. J....

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

VOLUME I. NO. 11. s LOUISVILLE: SATURDAY;, SEPTEMBER 17, 1898. PRICE FIVE CENTS. SILVER JUBILEE Anniversary of the Ancient Order of Hibernians in This City. Movement on Foot to Appropri ately Celebrate tlioKVcht Next Year. From One Division the Number Has Inerensed Until Now There Arc Six. WOULD DRAW CROWDS TO THE CITY Willi me approacn or nexi spring or summer the Ancient Order of Hibernians will have existed in Louisville for twenty five years, and a public celebration of the silver jubilee of the order is very warmly advocated by a large contingent of the more prominent members. Owing to the large number of Hibernians and Irish Americans who during the past year have , enlisted and gone to the front to battle for our glorious country, and a feeling that while the present war existed all our efforts and means should be devoted to bringing the same to a successful issue, plans that had been mapped out for dif ferent celebrations were abandoned. For the foregoing reason the celebra ...

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

ISODXJOKY IRISH MTfclO-AJST. KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. Devoted to tlto Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, ONE DOLLAR Entered ot the Louisville PoMotflce 03 Second-Class Matter. Address all Communications (0 (be KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, 326 West Qreen Street. flfrTA LOUISVILLE, KY , NOTICE. The Kentucky Irish American respectfully asks the members of the Ancient Order of Hibernians in Frankfort, and every Irish Ameri can not a member of the order, to Rive their subscription for one year to our agent, Mr. D. J. .McNamara, 311 Broadway, Frankfort, Ky., who will receipt for same and see that every subscriber receives his paper regularly. In connection with this we wish to assure our readers that the paper will shortly be greatly enlarged and improved. FORGETFUL. The Evening Times has been in a bad humor lately, and Thursda, it completely lost its head, when it cave 'place in its columns to the following screed relative to the ap pointment of Mr. Fran...

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

KBJNTDOKY IRISH AMBRIOAN. JACQUES' Address to tlio Worlrfngnicu of Louisville at the Labor Day Celebration. Benefits Derived From Existing Relations Between Labor and Capital. Measures Suggested That "Will Bring-Prospcrity and More Manufactories. RIGHT TO ORGANIZE NOW CONCEDED In accordance with the announcement in our last issue, we publish this week the address delivered at Phoenix Hill on the evening of Labor Day by Mr. Charles N. Jacques. The orator has for years made a study of the labor problem, and we commend the perusal of his remarks to our readers. In addition to being a stu dent he is an orator of ability with a pleasing address, and would prove not y only a first-class representative of labor, but" of municipal and business interests as well. Mr. Jacques said in substance: Fully appreciating the honor to myself and my organization in being selected as orator of the day, I feel called upon to ex ercise the constitutional right of every American citizen, and frequently ava...

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

IRELAND. Record of the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges. As regnrds the flax crop this season, the acreage in I'ortglenonc district is re ported as up to the average. Sovey and Callooney (Nationalists) arc making arrangements to found branches of the United Irish League in their dis trict. Hugh Mulkerrin, aged 100 years, died at Claddaghduff a few days ago. Within a few weeks of his death deceased was able to move about and retained his facul tics to the last. Sister Mary Malachy Smythe, of the Convent of Mercy, Pump street, Derry, died recently. Only two years ago she made her profession. Deceased was a native of Gibtown. The woolen mills worked by James Flynn, Sixmilebridge, were entirely de stroyed by fire a few days ago. Damage estimated at $2"),000. This will place in enforced idleness many workers. The well-known bacon concerns of Denny & Son and Richardson, in Water ford City, are to be amalgamated, on con dition that all the employes in Richard s...

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

Kentucky Irish American. VOLUME I. NO. 12. LOUISVILLE: SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1S9S. PRICE FIVE GENTS. AMERICA'S CUP History of the Famous Trophy and the Yachts That Held It. For Nearly Fifty Years Eiitfllsh Fil'ort to Kecapturo It Has Proved Fruitless. Greater Interest Taken In the Coining Itace Than in Any Former One. VICTORY WILL HAVE TO BE EARNED Foity-seven nearly fifty years ago, when America's yacht cup came into ex istence, yacht designing and yacht build ing were crude. The "rule of thumb" and the jack knife were conspicuous in the building of models, and the "straight eye" of the builder was largely relied upon. Now in the production of great yachts, intended for speed and pleasure, the most accurate measurement is need ed and the materials have become costly and fine. Intelligent artisans work upon detailed plans, which are drawn upon de signing boards, and scientific results are obtained. On the completion of his draw ings the designer knows his boat, and can estimate up...

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

KEODTJOKZY IRISH AMERICAN. KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. IHtMMIMtliMHMIMHIMI Devoted to tlto Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans. WItWAM ivr. IIIGGIXS, PuLtsllHl-kejr. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. S1N0LE COPY, 5c Entered at the Louisville Postofflcc as Second-Class Matter. Address all Communications to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, 326 West Green Street. LOUISVILLE, KY MEXICAN WAR VETERANS. The gathering of the Mexican veterans in our city has been a source of much pleasure to these old-time warriors. Now, that the shades of evening are drawing close around them and their steps are growing heavy and slow, we delight in seeing them unite at intervals to converse together of the days of long ago. It is a time of peculiar interest, now that so many of their sons and grandsons have rallied around the flag and are far from the laud of their sires fighting for its honor. Noble-looking old men these are, and the heroes of many battles, for many of them were not conten...

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

KENTUCKY IRISH AMBRIOAJiT. COCKRAN'S Glowljiff Tribute to the Memory ol the Assassinated Aus trian Empress. Says Her Death If as Done Great Good to the Cause of Civ ilization And More Harm to Anarchy Than Anything That liver Happened. MEMORIAL MEETING IN NEW YORK A memorial meeting for the late Em press of Austria and Queen of Hungary, Elizabeth, was held Sunday afternoon in the Grand Central Palace, New York City. It was under the management of the Hungarian Literary Society, and there was a great outpouring of Hunga rians. Fully 2,500 people crowded inro the hall, which was draped from the gal leries to dome in mourning. Behind the stage was a large oil painting of the late Empress, on one side of it the flag of Hungary and on the other the btars and Stripes. After n dirge by a Hungarian band and several selections by the Hungarian Sing ing Circle, the Chairman of the meeting, Morris Cukor, addressed the meeting. At the conclusion of his remarks Mr. Rourke Cockrnn, the celebrated ...

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

KUvJNTTtTOKZY IRISH A3kEBJstIOAI:. IRELAND. Record of the rost Important the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges. of The I,ord Mayor lias left Dublin for holiday on the Continent. Alderman M G. Keman will net as locum tenens dux ing his absence. A most successful Gaelic rets was held recently in Galway. The amount of interest taken in the musical and liu guistic competitions speaks well for th future prospects of the Gaelic music and language in the West Prior to the departure of the South Lancashire regiment from Fermoy there was an unusual manifestation of th friendly relations that existed between them and the townspeople. The band of the regiment paraded the streets playing several Irish airs. The military were cheered by the populace, and it is said such a scene was never before witnessed in Ferinoy. The annual meeting of the Irish Agri cultural Organization Society was held in the Antient concert rooms, Dublin, Right Hon. Horace Plunkett presiding. The Chairman in his address ...

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