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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 5 November 1898

Kentucky Irish American. VOLUME I. NO. 18. LOUISVILLE: SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1S9S. PRICE FIVE CENTS. BIGOTRY Displayed In the House of Rep resentative at Its Session Last June. Story of the Passage of an In teresting Bill in the United States Congress. Mr. AValter Kvans Opposes the Granting of Equal Kights to All Citizens. THAT VERY, VERY YELLOW DODGER The Congressional race in this district is one in which all fair-minded, unpreju diced men are deeply interested. Mr. Walter Evans and Mr. Oscar Turner are the two principal opposing nominees. Mr. Turner is a broad, liberal-minded man, who is without prejudices and be lieves that all citizens should be protected in the enjoyment of the rights guaranteed them by the Constitution. Mr. Evans, on the other hand, is known by his rec ord. That record is one that we would like to get fully before the people of this district, but our space will not permit that. We wull content ourselves with an account of a very interesting bill which was und...

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. — 5 November 1898

KGETXTOICY IRISH AMERICAN. KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. MIIIIMIMIIIIIIMIIIMII Devoted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans. WILLIAM IV I. HIGGIXS, I'villlsllOf. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. SINQLE COPY, 5c. Entered ot the Louisville I'ostofflcc ns Second-Class Matter. Address all Communications to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, 326 West Green Street. LOUISVILLE, KY., THANKS TO THE A. O. H. It is certainly gratifying to the Kentucky Irish American that its efforts in the cause of Irish-Americanism are appreciated. At a re cent meeting of the County Board of the Ancient Order of Hibernians, without any solicitation on our part, a resolution was adopted indorsing this journal and asking all of its subordinate bodies to give the paper their support. This includes the Ladies' Auxiliary and the member ship of the six divisions. The County Board is composed of the leading members of the order. They have seen and appreciated our ef forts. We sincerely hope that o...

Publication Title: Kentucky Irish American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 5 November 1898

bb3s:ttjcb:y ikish ambkican. LEXINGTON. Social, Personal and Political Gossip From Our Special Bluegrass Correspondent. SPKCIAI, I.I5TTKK. Notwithstanding the fact that the wiley Senator from Kenton is conceded to have the Democratic nomination for Governor of Kentucky practically within his grasp for several months past, it lias just leaked out here that Col. 1 I Johnston, who was of late thought to be completely out of the race, is negotiating with the pub lishers of the Argonaut, the "only Demo cratic daily in Central Kentucky," with a view of buying the plant. This looks significant, and those supposed to know say that Col. Johnston will shortly "shy his castor" into the ring again and his candidacy announced and advocated by the Argonaut. The paper, which is now operated by "scab" printers, will when owned and controlled by Col. Johnston employ only union printers. Judge James H. Mulli gan is tipped for editor and a very strong editorial and repertorial staff will be en gaged. ...

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

rciSIVTUCI-CY IRISH AMBJ3HCAK IRELAND. Record of the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges. Lord Fermoy, who quite recently met with an accident out hunting, was present at the Limerick race meeting. The Marquis and Marchioness of Lon donderry entertained a large shooting party at Wynyaril Park, County Durham. Mr. John Joseph O'Reilly has been nominated by the Royal College of Sur geons in Ireland for n commission in the Royal Army Medical Corps. The Countess of Limerick has arrived at Dromore Castle, County Limerick. She has been in the South of Prance for the benefit of her health and is much better. The party asked to meet the Lord Lieu tenant and Countess Cadogan at Castle- wellan, County Down, on the 17th inst., included besides the Earl and Countess of Annesley Lord and Lidy Rosstnore and Capt. Harrison. The thoroughfares to be ligllted experi mentally in Belfast with electric light are Ann street, Church lane, Chichester street aud Castle street. The work ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 12 November 1898

- Kentucky Irish American. VOLUME I. NO. 19. LOUISVILLE: SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1S9S. PRICE FIVE CENTS. ANNIVERSARY Celebration of tlic Catholic Knifllits ami Ladles of America. The Remarkable Growth oi a New ami Popular Frater nal Society. A Large- Number of Ladies and Gentlemen Attended the Exercises. BANNER BRANCH OF THE COUNTRY The largest audience that ever assem bled in Marker's Hall, Seventeenth and Main streets, gathered there Wednesday evening, the occasion being' the celebra tion of the eighth anniversary of the organization qf Branch 2 of the Catholic Knights and Ladies of America, today the banner branch of the United States. Branch No. 2 was organized eight years ago in one of the larger rooms of St. Pat rick's parochial school, with Mr. Patrick Holley as its President. From the first it proved a popular movement, and the low assessment rate and improved plan upon which it was conducted resulted in induc ing many to leave other fraternal socie ties to become members of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 12 November 1898

KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. Devoted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans. - WIIvI-rlAM IV r. IIIGGIXS, 1'l.lbllwlior. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. 5INQLE COPY, 5c. Rtitcrcd at tlio Loulavlllc Postofflcc a Second-Class Matter. Address all Communications to tbe KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, 326 West areen Street. LOUISVILLE, KY., SATURDAY, NOV. 12, 1S98. ELECTION RESULTS. The election is over, and a tamer, more peaceful, surprising election never occurred in this city. There was evidently no interest, uo excite ment, and yet it was clear that in no election was there more anxiety and earnest, quiet effort by the friends of all candidates. Twenty thousand voters failed to vote in this city; aud all efforts on the part of the politicians to arouse them from indifference were futile, yet but for the hustling of the work ers, who did inject a little life into the School Trustee races, a much smaller vote would have been cast. In no election were there so many com...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 12 November 1898

KTKTTTOI-CY IRISH A3SXETSXCiA3SC. GOOD COFFEE. TIio Now ami Improved Meth ods Adopted In Its Pre aratioii. How the Aroina, Strength and Flavor Arc Preserved to Consumers. Our Inspection of the Fourth Avenue House of John ' I. Mulloy. METHODS OF OUR ORANDMOTHERS Wc were recently shown through the roasting department of the new tea and coffee establishment of Mr. John M. Mul loy at 515 Fourth avenue by that gentle man, nnd had explained to us many points of interest in the science or art of preparing the delicious berry that had never entered our cranium. Mr. Mulloy is the successor to Mulloy Bros., who embarked in the business liianv vears airo and for a long time were located nt 1028 West Market street, where thev made many mends anil patrons, but recently, on account of in creasing business, moved their plant to 545 Fourth avenue, at the same time add ing to it the latest and most improved methods known to the experts for clean ing coffees of rocks, dirt, etc. In dis cussing the va...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 12 November 1898

KBJKCrUCICY IRISH AMERICAN IRELAND. Record of the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges. Mr. Blake, M. P. for the South divis ion of County Longford, Ireland, lately contributed f'2,000 to the Irish Parlia mentary fund. Coal was lately discovered near the city of Limerick in quantity to guarantee a fine return for working. In the same district fifty years ago culm was raised in great quantities and of fine quality. The Knight of Glen owns the land. Bartholomew Hurley, of Newcestown, Cork, was killed accidentally last week near Dunmanway. The back-band of the car tackling broke and the shafts falling on the road frightened the horse, who ran away, and Mr. Hurley was thrown out, sustaining fatal injuries. The dead body of Marks Lawless, of Moneybawn, was' found in Savage's quarry, near Gorey, last week. Dr. Nolan said death was from natural causes. Deceased on the evening of his death had attended the October devotions, and after went to confession. On Wednesday Hu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 19 November 1898

American. VOLUME I. NO. 20. LOUISVILLE: SATURDA NOVEMBER 19, 1898. PRICE FIVE GENTS. Kentucky Irish a THE MEN OF '98 Grand Demonstration in Their Honor in Wexford by All Glasses. Immense Outpouring, Proces sion, Illumination, Speeches and Enthusiasm. Mayor Presided and Prominent Officials of All Parties Participated. KAVANAQH AND REDMOND SPEAK. Tuesday, November 1, the centennial memorial of the heroes of 1898 was cele brated in the town of Wexford by a mag nificent demonstration, in the course of which the foundation stone of a monu ment to the memory of the Men of 1898 was laid in the historic Bull Ring of the town by Rev. Father Kavanaugh, the historian of the memorable year. In preparing the site for this foundation stone the workmen unearthed a fragment of Wexford's old market cross, round which men, women and children of Wex ford side by side with their priests were butchered by the troops of Cromwell in October, 1649. Great as was the demon stration held in Wexford town on th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 19 November 1898

KETFXJOKIY IRISH AMERICAN, KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. MMItlMMMIHHMtlltMMM Dovoted to tlio Moral and Social SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. SINOLE COPY, 5c Entered at the- LohIsvIIIo Posfofflco o Second-Class Matter. Address all Communications to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN,326 West Qreen Street. &TRADES( LOUISVILLE, KY., ENGLISH BLUSTER. The Fashoda incident passes for the present by the French retiring, without, however, yielding the poiut of contention, after forcing England to assert a claim fraught with trouble for the future. That the claims of England are not well founded and that the war talk and "preparations' ' are ' 'campaign blus ter" to bolster up the Salisbury party is evident from the tone of the opposition press. We quote the following from the Dublin Inde pendent: "The Yellow Book issued by the French Government on the Fa shoda question presents the first authentic version of the French side of the controversy which has been the talk of Europe for the past...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 19 November 1898

ioeodtjo k: y ikiish American HOME RULE. Irish Homo Rule Ts Not Dead, ns Its Enemies "Wish nnd Declnrc. Ireland' Can Not' lie Governed by 'Coercion nnd :Force. ' , Onuses Only Trouble. Home Government and Home Rule Throughout Ireland the Only ICemedy. SPEECH OP HERBERT GLADSTONE. Icrbert Gladstone, M. P., in a speech to lus constituents in Leeds recently re ferred as follows to home rule and the Irish local government bill: "A good many wiseacres have been saying of late that home rule is dead. I Those who- say so, I think, are. not pos sessed of a very high order of political intelligence. If these gentlemen who glibly talk of home rule being dead ever studied the history of Ireland's relations with England, let us say through this century, have they not observed that through the whole course of the nine teenth century no single Government whether Whig, Radical, Liberal or Tory -haS'been able to'ttirn' that 'Old Man of the Sea' off its shoulders? . Every year Ireland has come to th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 19 November 1898

KB'TXJOKY IRISH AMERICAN IRELAND. Record of the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges. Tnspnh O'Rvan. a merchant and proini nen Nationalist of Cashel, died last week. The death rate in Dublin for the last week of October was twenty-six per 1,000. The North Fermanagh election result ed: Archdale, Unionist. 2,568; Thomp son, Independent, 2,091. , Dr. Thomas Henry, for many years Dispensing Medical Officer of Kilshaning district of Mallow Union, wus found dead in bed at Kanturk. A draft was received from the Bank of Ireland, value CO, being the final in stalment of a loan for the erection of la borers' cottages in the Rathmichael Di vision of the Union. Mr. Gerald Shalvey, a well-known and respected citizen of Dublin, died suddenly last week at his residence, 3 High street, where he carried on the business of n curled-hair manufacturer and feather merchant. For several years he faith fully represented Merchants' quay ward in the corporation. In politics he was a ste...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 26 November 1898

Kentucky American. VOLUME I. NO. 21. LOUISVILLE: SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1S9S. Irish PttTTF PTV17 rPWTC i .i f JU VJ1J11 XOa i i I.I - - CARNEGIE. Declares Against Imperialism or (lie Aimcxntion of the Philippines. The Greatest Steel Manufact urer on Earth Expresses His Reasons. Warns the President That Must Reckon With All Europe. He THE PEOPLE WILL DECIDE RIGHTLY Andrew Carnegie, the great Peunsylva nia nianufrtCturer, lias declared against tile annexation 01 we minimiuc:1, uuu through the New York World gives his reasons therefor. After complimenting the World for the position it has taken, he says: We draw closer and closer to the prob lem, and fortunately two members of the Cabinet have at last told us where they selves as we have Porto Rico, excluding the world from equal trade rights with thein? Suppose President McKinley says, "Yes, I have always stood for American labor; I am its great champion; I am a protectionist to the core." I begin to grow doubtful about the President ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 26 November 1898

KETDXIOKY IRISH AM3BI5MOKr. KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. itiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin Devoted to tlto Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans. WILWAM AI. IIIGGIXS, Publisher. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. 5INQLE COPY, 5c Entered at the Louisvlllo Postotflce ns Second-Class Matter. Address all Communications to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, 326 West Green Street. petus to that organization. Its work will go on unchecked until its ob jects have been attained, and it will have laid the foundation of a move ment which will not cease until Irishmen have established their rights. ANOTHER INDORSEHENT. tSlTRADES 15 e) COUNCIL! LOUISVILLE, KY SATURDAY, NOV. 26, 1898 ENGLAND'S DILEMMA. - domaiu to resist any attack is evi- While the war talk and prepara- dent; her tions in England are due to some den,y dfacovered to be aQ h extent to jingoism and to bolster up Md the , fc of wMch fa the oalisoury Ministry wiui uie peo ple, the extensive increase in her Branch 4 of the Ancient Or...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 26 November 1898

KENTUCKY II2I&XX AMERICAK. FRANKFORT. Marriage of John It. Sower and Bliss Itosa ISdwurds a So ciety Event. Tho Democrats "Will Nominate For the Legislature Next "Wednesday. The Hibernians Give a Smoker and Muslcalo to a Num ber of Friends. BUDGET OF CAPITAL NEWS NOTES Wednesday morning last the marriage of popular John R. Sower and Miss Rosa Edwards took place at the residence of Rev. T. S. Major, the rector of the Church of the Good Sheperd, Father Major of ficiating. The attendants were Miss Blanche Schofield, the sweet and attract ive cousin of the bride, and Mr. D. J. McNamara. The groom is a member of the firm of P. C. Sower & Co., hardware merchants, of this city, while the bride is one 01 rnuiKiuit nv ...v.. lovable girls. Mr. and Mrs. Sowers' host of friends in Frankfort tendered their heartiest congratulatious and best wishes for a long life of prosperity for both. The happy young couple left for Cincinnati, Chicago and St. Louis, and will be at home again in about...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 26 November 1898

i EGBK:3MJOICY IRISH AMBRIOAN IRELAND. Record of the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges. The Marquis and Marchioness of Waterford and family are expected at Curraghmore before Christmas. Much speculation exists in the town of Bray as to what course the Commissioners will adopt as to the appointment or other wise of a successor to Mr. Price. A special general meeting of the Inde pendent Club and Irish National League, Sarsfield Branch, was held on Sunday, November 0, at the rooms in the Town Hall. Matters of the very greatest im portance were discussed. The Earl of Lucan, who has just been created a Knight of the Order of St. Patrick by Queen Victoria, is the head of the popular Irish house of Bingham, and son of the commander of the British cav nlrv in the Crimean war. to whom be longs the merit or the blame for the Light Brigade at Balaklava. In a supplementary dispatch in the London Gazette, the following officers are mentioned in connection with the battle ...

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

Kentucky Irish American. VOLUME I. NO. 22. LOUISVILLE: SATURDAY) DECEMBER 3, - 1S9S. PRICE FIVE' CENTS. FATHER BRADY Celebrated the Twenty-Fifth Anniversary of St. Cecilia's Catholic Church. From Thirty Families the Con gregation lias Grown to Eight Hundred. One of the Most Progressive and Prosperous Parishes in Louisville. ALSO THE HOME OF MACKIN COUNCIL The twenty-fifth anniversary of St. Ce cilia's church and the feast of St. Ceci lia were celebrated at St. Cecilia's church on last Sunday with solemn high mass, at 10 o'clock. The Rev. Father Deppen was celebrant, Father Bachmann deacon and Father Crane sub-deacon. Father Brady, the rector, was master of ceremo nies. At 7:30 in the evening solemn ves pers was sung by the Rev. Father Miller, assisted by Fathers Bachmann and Bona venture. Father Deppen preached the sermon at mass on the church of St. Cecilia, and in the evening delivered a lecture on the feast of the saint of that name. The choir was under the direction of Miss Agne...

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

hzjvofxjo k: y irish American KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. ItMMMItMIMIMHMHIHMt Devoted to the Moral unci Social Advancement of all Irish Americans, WIGWAM IVI. HIGGINS, rvfclilTLOX SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, ONE DOLLAR Entered at the Louisville Poslofficc as ScconJ-Clnss Matter. Address all Communications o the KENTUCKY C'tR'AO LOUISVILLE, KY., WHY, CERTAINLY I The United States, in order to show the sincerity of their acknowledgments of gratitude to England for her friendly atti tude during the war, should cede the Sulu archipelago to Great Britain, and British products ought to be admitted to the Philippines on the same terms as those of the United States. The Sulu islands are not wanted by the United States, and would be very useful to Eng land. A graceful concession here would cost the victors nothing, and would be appreciated by England as a gratifying demonstration of the friendly feeling we have heard so much about. London Globe. The motive of England's recently professed friendship for...

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

KJVDXJOKZY IRISH AMERICAN I9 Ireland. A song called "The Sprig of Shille lagh," which hns been very popular with the Irish peasantry since it was written, close on a century ago, says: "Love is the soul of a neat Irishman, lie loves all that's lovely and loves all he can." And yet, though there seems to exist a widespread impression that strong, pas sionate, ninstcrfiil love is a characteristic of the Irish temperament, says a writer in McMillan's Magazine, lovemaking in Ire land is really a very calm and placid business, and, the old song I haye quoted notwithstanding, the average Irish peas ant takes unto himself a mate with as clear a head, as placid a heart and as steady a nerve as if he were buying a cow at Hallinasloe Fair. Love by no means decides all the mar riages that are made in Ireland. The match is often arranged in a ludicrously cool, businesslike and mercenary fashion between the parents of the "boy" and the "girl," the young people themselves not being allowed, and, ...

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

XCEODTJOICY IRISH JMGBXIO.&J?tf IRELAND. Record of the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges. I,ord Avonmore is expected shortly at his Irish resilience, Helle Isle, County Tipperary, from Klondyke. Right Hon. Justice O'Brien, Justices Murphy and Kenny form the rota of Parliamentary judges for the trial of election petitions in the year 1890. A cabinetmaker named John McUon nell, of 34 Stafford street, Dublin, was treated at Jervis street Hospital for severe burns about the head and body. It ap peared that he fell asleep while sitting near the Arc and fell across it. "The Ideal of the Men of 'OS" is the title of a lecture which was delivered by Mr. E. II. liurke under the auspices of the Bray '98 Club. This club has per- formed splendid work for the National cause, and the lecture was bound to be well supported. On Sutulay evening the many friends of Mr. O'Neill entertained him to a sup per at Kingstown prior to his departure for South Africa. There was a lar...

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