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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 1 October 1898

Kentucky Irish American. VOLUME I. NO. 13. RIORDAN'S Graphic Description of the Battles Fought in the Philippines. Five Louisvillu Boys Together and Tlicy Had a Gay Old Time. Our Soldiers Cheerful Under the Greatert Dangers and Hardships. TUR SPANIAADS WERE VERY BRAVE While the telegraph and letters furnish a great deal of news concerning our sol diers in Cuba very little is heard as to those who are at Manila, probably be cause of the long distance and the time it takes letters to reach here. Mr. T. J. Riordan, formerly of Louis ville and well known in Irish-American circles, is now in the Philippines, being a member of Company A, Eighteenth in fantry. From Military Station 1, near Manila, he writes a very interesting letter to Mr. John Dolan, of this city, giving a most graphic description of the situation at the time of writing. The letter is writ ten from Military Station 1, Philippines, under dale of August 23, and contains so much news not heretofore made public thatweuivc it ...

Publication Title: Kentucky Irish American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 1 October 1898

KrcODTJOIKY IRISH AMERICAN. KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. Devoted to tlte Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans. "WiirfXivivr ax. higgixh, Pubiisiier. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. SINQLE COPY, sc. Entered at tlio Louisvlllo Postofflcc ns Sccoml-Closs Matter. Address nil Communications to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, 3Z6 West dreen Street LOUISVILLE, KY., . WARNING. Thomas Bradley, who has been soliciting subscriptions and collect ing money for the same, has not paid any moneys into this office. Our friends and the public are warned that he has no connection with or authority to represent the Kentucky Irish American. TURKEY'S ANSWER. In rcolv to the demand ot our Miniiter to Turkey, Oscar Straus for damages for the massacre of the American missionaries and the de struction of their property, the Su ton positively refuses to consider the claim. He says the killing and the destruction were the work of disorderly mob, and that the Gov eminent of Turkey does not insu...

Publication Title: Kentucky Irish American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 1 October 1898

r KENTUCKY IRISH AMBRICAK, MULLIGAN'S Brave Defense of the City of Lexington, Mo., in Septem ber, 1801. Tho Glorious Performance of the Irish, Brigade of Chi cago, 111. Capt. Gleason and tho Brilliant and Reckless Charge of His Men. SURGEON AND CHAPLAIN RECOVERED The brave defense of Lexington, Mo., by Col. James Mulligan nnd the Irish Brigade of Illinois, is one of the most glorious performances of the whole civil war. The best account of this deed was in a speech delivered by Col. Mulligan at a public reception given to the brave Irish-American General by the citizens of Detroit, Mich., November 29, 18G1, a short time after his release from a South ern prison. Let me briefly relate, said the brave General, the circumstances of a little affair that happened to us in .Missouri. Just outside the limits of Jefferson City, overlooking the broad Missouri, were encamped two regiments, over which floated twin banners the stars of America and the harp of Ireland. Under these twin banners l...

Publication Title: Kentucky Irish American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 1 October 1898

KIE'TTJaisCY IIMH AMERICAN IRELAND. Record the of the riost Important of Recent Events Culled From Exchanges. No fewer than five young men from Netiagh district were encased in tlie Soudan campaign, one of whom, Corporal Doyle, was among the killed. Private Quigly, of the Twenty-first Lancers, was badly wounded, On the recommendation of Earl Dun raven, Lord Lieutenant of the Countv of Limerick, the Right Honorable the Lord Chancellor has appointed Mr. Michael P. J. O'Shaughnessy, Bruit, to the Commis sion of the Peace for that county, A few mornings ago a cow belonging to a Killorgliu shopkeeper was found on an evicted farm at Garrahadew, adjacent to the town, with a portion of the tail hacked off and suffering dreadfully. Two months ago the caretaker was attacked by a moonlighting party. A terrible accident occurred at the new waterworks, Belfast, at a tunnel through the Moume mountains, by an explosion of dynamite. Five men were injured, one having his eyes blown out and an other ...

Publication Title: Kentucky Irish American
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 8 October 1898

American. VOLUME I. NO. 14. LOUISVILLE: SATURDAY, OCTOBER S, 1S9S. PRICE FIVE CENTS. Kentucky Irish REDMOND On the Present and Pros pective Situation in Ireland. Passage of the Local Govern ment Aet Renders United i 9 Action Imperative. Appeals to All to Support the Nationalist for Mayor of Dublin. ANNUAL NATIONALIST CONVENTION At a recent meeting of the Independent League in Dublin Mr. John Redmond outlined the work to be performed by the convention to be held on the day follow ing the Pamell anniversary celebration. His announcement of the course to be pursued by the people in using the new and formidable power placed in their hands by the local government act was warmly welcomed by his supporters, says the Dublin Independent. His remarks, which cover the state of affairs as at pres ent existing in Dublin and Ireland, were as follows: Gentlemen, there are two or three ques. lions of great importance at this moment which I desire to speak to you alout to night. First of all, I wish...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 8 October 1898

EGEODTJOKIY IRISH AMERICAN KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. MMHIIIMIIIIIIIIIMIMIII Devoted to tlto Moral and Social WiLLiiWi At. HIGGIXS, PuUilHiior. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, ONE DOLLAR Entered nt the Louisville Postofficc ns Sccond-ClasH Matter. Address all Communications (0 (he KENTUCKY LOUISVILLE, KY., LAFAYETTE'S DAY. President McKinley's selection of October 19, the anniversary of Corn wallis' surrender at Yorktown, as Lafayette's day was most fitting. The selection of this glorious anni versary for the laying of the corner stone of Lafayette's monument will bring to the minds of the American people who their friends were when they were struggling for liberty, Many eminent European writers, especially Allison in his history of Europe, have openly charged the United States with ingratitude to ward France. The erection of this monument, a gift from the Ameri can people to the French nation as a token of esteem and gratitude, will do much to dissipate this charge. The French nation through the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 8 October 1898

KJBKCTlTOIEY IRISH AMERICAN CLOVER CLUB. Dr. J. W. Fowler Invited to Deliver an Address at Its Annual Dinner. An Tlonor Restnwed Only Upon Gentlemen of Cult urc and Kilneution. All Rejoice In This Keeonition of a Progressive and lMiblle Spirited Citizen. WE WILL BE ABLY REPRESENTED Aneut the rocent invitation extended to Dr. J. W. Fowler by the celebrated Clover Club of Philadelphia to be present and address them upon tha occasion of their next dinner, we take pleasure in saying that among the educated and cl tuted gentlemen of Louisville Dr. Fowler easily takes first rank. He is a graduate of both medicine and pharmacy, and is one ,of the widest known pharmacists in the country, having conducted a drug store on the corner of Second and Green streets for twenty-five years. As Presi dent of the State Hoard of Pharmacy of Kentucky, which position he has held for sixteen years, he has rendered a service to the State in protecting its citizens from incompetency in the practice of pharma...

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

4 XOJSTOrXJOKY IlfclI-I AMERICAN. IRELAND. Record of the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges. A meeting of the Land and Labor League was held in Thurles on Sunday and was addressed among others by Mr, Field, M. P. The funeral of the late Dr. Ahem Knthcormac, took place on Saturday at Mitchelstown, County Cork, the large attendance testifying to the respect and affection in which the deceased gentleman was held. Michael Purcell, n shunter employed on the l ork and Itandon railway, died in the South Infirmary, Cork, on Saturday evening, from the result of injuries re ceived through being run down by a truck nt the Cork terminus on lfnday evening The election for North Antrim will not take place until Parliament meets. Gen McCalmont, although taking over the command of the Cork Division, can not resign his seat in Parliament until he applies for the Chiltcru Hundreds, which he will not do until Parliament assembles. The rumor has again gained currency .in Ktiniski...

Publication Title: Kentucky Irish American
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 15 October 1898

Kentucky Irish American VOLUME I. NO. 15. LOUISVILLE: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1S9S. PRICE FIVE CENTS. LAND COURTS Should Be floved by Land League Methods, Says William O'Brien. First Step to Abolish Landlord ism Is to Abolish the Land Grabber. People of Koscoiumon Organize to Itcgaiii Possession and Control of the Land. GREAT LEAGUE MEETING AT DR0A1IN. A large ami imposing pumic meeting was held at Dromiii, County Roscommon, the scene of a recent eviction and of police prosecutions. The object of the meeting was to start a branch of the United Irish League and to give such other help as might be found necessary to the evicted tenant, Miss Conroy, with whom lived her sister, Mrs. Begge, a wid5v with a large family. Since the eviction the tenant has re-entered into possession of the house, and at the last petty sessions on Wednesday in Elphiu she was prosecuted for trespass by the new tenant, a policeman named Egan, whose family holds land in the neighbor hood, but the cases were dismis...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 15 October 1898

KIVrXJOKY IRISH AMKIOISr. KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. Devoted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans. wiIyUIAM m. hiGGINS, PtiOilMiier. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, ONE DOLLAR Entered at the Louisville Postofflcc as Sccottd-ClnsH Matter. Address all Communications (0 the KENTUCKY LOUISVILLE, KY., NOT A DESIRABLE ALLY. The clamor for an Anglo-Anieri-ican alliance made by a certain element in this country is character istic of that class who worship everything English; ridicule and denounce everything and every body else, though they have recently become respectful' and complimentary to the Germans, probably because Emperor Willie is a grandson of Queen Vic, and it is all in the family; claim that a the enlightenment, liberty, pro press, decency of the American people are patterned after England that we are one England the other of the two great Anglo-Saxon nations, the only civilized and pro gressive nations of the world; that "blood is thicker than water," that tliP "bonds o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 15 October 1898

ECE2s:ArxTerc:Y irish American. WOLFE TONE. Ills Capture, Trial and Execu tion One Hundred Years Ago. One of the Heroes of 1 7i8 Pa triot, Orator, Soldier and Martyr. Sacrificed His Weultli, Family, Friends, Honors and Life to Liberate His Country. HIS SPEECH BEFORE THE JUDGES. On September 20, 1798, Theobald Wolfe Tone sailed with a small fleet under Ad miral Bompart, and on the 10th of Oc tober but four of the vessels arrived off Lough Swilly. At daybreak next morn ing, before they could effect a landing, a superior British fleet, under Sir John Borlase Warren, appeared on the horizon. Bompart determined to fight the Iloche to the last, but signaled the frigates and schooner to retreat through the shallow water. A boat came from the Biche for last orders, when the French officers entreat ed Tone to escape on board of her "Our contest is hopeless, we shall be prisoners of war, but whall shall become of you?" "Shall it be said," he indignantly re plied, "that I fled whilst the Frenc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 15 October 1898

KEODXJOICY IRISH AMERICAN. HIBERNIANS. What They Have Been Doing the Past Week General News Notes. No. 2 liad visitors from Nos. 1, 4 and 0. No. 2 was strictly business at its last meeting. No. 2 wants No. 0 not to forget St. Pat rick's day. Division No. 2 at its last meeting ini tiated two. Prof. Dowd makes a specialty of fine dance music. Division No. 13 of the Daughters of Erin has been established in Boston. The Ladies' Auxiliary of Connecticut held their first State convention in New Haven. The Hibernians of Rridgcport, Conn., are soon to produce a play, entitled "The Irish Volunteer." The Hibernians of Iloston and vicinity are organizing military companies for a big display of the annual convention in 1000. The Ladies Auxiliary has expressed its thanks to the County Hoard of Direct ors for the favors received from that body during the past year. Wednesday and Friday are social nights, and on these evenings the large hall is crowded with the many friends of the popular instruct...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 22 October 1898

Kentucky Irish American. LOUISVILLE: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1S9S. VOLUME I. NO. 16. PRICE FIVE CENTS. IRELAND'S Patriotic Utterances at the Big Chicago Peace Jubilee Tuesday. Happy tho Nation AVIiicli Has the Courage- of a Just War No Less Than Pence. America luted Too Great to Be Iso Froin the AVorld Around Her. INFLUENCE OF REASON AND RELIGION War's heroes, the makers of peace, were formally bidden to its jubilee amid sur- UUUU111U3 iM viiwmiiHi.- i 1 1 : . . 1 itnni'liC nt 11MII1T1 and ceremony that were dignified by the presence and approval of a great assem blage that filled the Chicago Auditorium to overflowing Tuesday morning, says the Chronicle of that city in its report of the greatest peace jubilee ever witnessed in this country. The spokesmen were Mayor Harrison, Archbishop Ireland and Emory Speer, and to the list should be added President McKinlcy, who spoke informally and gave what was needed to make the event broader than any section, more comprehensive than any party a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 22 October 1898

KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. IMttIMMMtltltMIMIMM Dovotcd to tlto Moral and Social SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, ONE DOLLAR Entered at tlio Louisville Postofflco ns Second-Class Matter. Address all Communications to the KENTUCKY LOUISVILLE, KY., PANDORA'S BOX. Little do the politicians and jingo papers dream of the evils their pres ent advocacy of land grabbing will bring on the people of the country. All of the well-wishers of this coun try among the statesmen and think ers of other nations foretell what will be the inevitable result. increased navy, a large standing army and a huge pension list w oppress the people. A spirit militarism will be rampant and our Government will be a republic 111 name only. The first great step to ward the destruction of our liber ties, if it is ever accomplished, will be the proposed Anglo-American alliance. There seems to be an or gauized conspiracy among certain newspapers of this country to do everything to foster the proposed alliance. They do not stop at the g...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 22 October 1898

iasxTtic icy ireisn ambjkican i HISTORY Of the Organization of the Order of United Irishmen in the Year 1701. The Great Necessity of Unan imity Between All Glasses of Irishmen. A. Common Effort to Increase the Freedom and Hanni nccs of All. WOLFE TONE THE ORIGINAL FOUNDER To every lover of freedom the name of ' Theobald Wolfe Tone is very dear. To build up an Irish State, free from nil for eign control, was the one object of his life. There could be no Irish freedom, he thought, while England exercised any authority in the island, and to overthrow English tyranny wns the end for which he strove with marvelous energy and persistence. In February, 1791, a general committee of the Catholics of Ireland met in Dublin and resolved to apply to Parliament for relief from their disabilities. The Catho lics had hitherto refrained from agitation. The most active men of the Catholic com mittee at this time were John Keogh, Richard McCortnic, John Sweetman, Ed ward Byrne and Thomas Braughall. To...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 22 October 1898

K:3BJNT'rtJ04j:Y XBXH AMERICAN. IRELAND. Record of the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges. At Sinclair's boiler works, Leith, while a number of men were engaged in raising a huge hydraulic accumulator it canted over and crushed to death an engineer named Robert Dcas and a laborer named William Kerr. A marriage has been arranged to take place in November between John Edward Healy, B. A., T. C. D., son of the late J. S. Healy, solicitor, Drogheda, and Adc lina Alton, B. A., daughter of J. Toe Dalton, "Elim," Grosvenor road, Rath mines. At the last weekly meeting of the Del fast Board of Guardians Dr. C. Bigger re ported that the typhoid fever was still de clining in Belfast. Forty-nine cases were - admitted to hospital during the past week, as against sixty in the previous week. This report was considered satisfactory. We understand that Mr. Henry Wilson, one of the fe w remaining political prison ers, will be released from Pcntonville prison, to which he had be...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 29 October 1898

Kentucky Irish American. VOLUME I. NO. 17. LOUISVILLE: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1S98. PRICE FIVE CENTS. INDORSED. Action of the County Board of the Ancient Order of Hibernians. The Kentucky Irish American Has the Approval of That Important liody. A Word to Our Advertisers and Headers Souvenir ' 1Jc Soon Isyued. PLEASANT AND AGREEABLE SURPRISE The County Board of the Ancient Order f tT.'l J--. Hnrrail faen 111 1 ntltt fit I IIP meeting Monday evening indorsing the Kentucky Irish American, and declaring that the publication of this paper was a great boon to the Irish-American people of Kentucky and should be supported liberally. The fact that this action was unsolic ited renders it all the more important, and goes far to show how our efforts to publish a first-class paper are appreciated. This indorsement encourages us to still greater efforts to improve our publication in all departments, and ere long we ex pect to deliver the paper fn every Irish American home in the city of Louisville...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 29 October 1898

KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. Devoted to the Moral nittl Social Advancement of all Irish Americans. WIIl,iam 2. HIGGIXS, PubilHher. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. 5INQLE COPY, 5c. Entered nt the Louisville Postofflco ns Second-Class Matter. Address all Communications to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, 326 West Green Street. LOUISVILLE, -KY. THE FASHODA MATTER. There may and there may not be war between England and France over the Fashoda. The newspaper reports are all via English sources, and this, coupled with the eager ness of the newspapers to cater to the popular craving for the exciting and sensational by exaggerating the truth, magnifying rumors and dis cussing mere surmises, makes the situation appear really worse than it is. The fact is, England does - not want war; she never does, at least single-handed. France, like the other powers of Europe, armed and prepared as they have been for years for the inevitable general war which must come sooner or l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 29 October 1898

IOB2SttDTJOK:Y IRISH AMERICAN. FRANKFORT. Percy Haley Announces as a Candidate for the Legislature Hibernian Notes and Political Gossip. SPIJCIAI, LKTTKR. The prison gunnls and officials Ap peared last week in their new uniforms, and ns they arc all good-looking men, they make quite a fine appearance in their new, neat-fitting gray uniforms. The Republican officials never tire of "guying" their lucky Democratic friends nnd claim that the reason gray was adopted is because two of the commis sioners and the warden and deputy war den are ex-Confederate soldiers. Percy Haley of this city, one of the best-known young Democratic politicians in the State, has formally announced himself as a candidate for the Demo cratic nomination for Representative from Franklin county in the lower branch of the next Legislature. Mr. Halev is the second candidate to enter the race, South Trimble, who represented the county at the last session, having announced for re-election some time ago. The chief purp...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 29 October 1898

KISJCTUOKY IKISH AMERICAN IRELAND. Record of the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges. Nationalists in Rooskey arc falling into line in the United Irish League. A branch will soon be in working order in the district. It is estimated that the damage caused by the recent fire at Messrs. Scaly, Bry ers and Walker's. Dublin, amounts to about $200,000. A movement has been started by the parishionora of the Holy Family parish. Aughrim street, Dublin, to erect n me morial to the late Rev. James P. Murphy. On the recommendation of his Grace the Duke of Abercorn Mr. Win. G. Mc Kinney, Lettcrkenny. has been appointed a Justice of the Peace for County Don egal. Very Rev. Father Curry, Drogheda, has written to the Drogheda Corporation expressing his desire to have religious ceremonies in the church in memory of the sufferers in the 1898 insurrection. The ceremonies will take place on No vember 6 and 7. Sir Andrew Reed, Inspector General of the Royal Irish Constabulary, acco...

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