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SHAMROCKS FROM ERIN.
DSEAII or THE 8HABHON. Oh I there's a river in the West, 'Tis crowned by many a castle. By many a fane its banks are blest, And many a loyal vassal Bears tribute to its swelling tide: Full many a spell it numbers. Since Druid first with snowy vest, "Watched by the sun-god's slurflbers, To hail the holy morning beam O'er its bright waters quiver. And wake with golden harps thy dream, O, thrice enchanted river By holy well and haunted dell. By many a ruined splendor, By round towers grey, it spreads away, With memories sweet and tender In tones of triumph or regret By dark Benburb it crieth, By fair Athlone in sad unrest, By Bal'boroo it flieth, It lingers long by Clonmacnois, Bv Scattery sighs in pity, .And lifts its .voice in glad rejoice By Limerick's famous city. •Oh there's a river in the West, And many tears have crowned it— A river in the golden West— So many hopes have found it. Oh why not mine? Forevermore Unto my heart it calleth, Its image on my soul is pressed, Its shadow ever falleth. It haunts me ever with its song— Oh! chide me not that, lonely, In this my exile, sad and long, Ihearthe music only. In dreams, at least, its waters shine, Its balmy breath floats o'er me— My childhood's home, its peace and hope, Arise in life before me Hope whispers of a happy time Kind fate, oh! send it surely— When I once more shall shamrocks twine, In tender trust securely— When kneeling by the Shannon's side, The prayers of saints and sages Shall raise once more our native land. The martyred isle of ages. CARLO VV. The sheriff's sale advertised to take place at Carlow courthouse, at the suit of Mr. Henry Wilson against. Mr. A. E. Burne, Carrickslaney, was for some un explained reason abandoned, and did not take place. It seems a senseless proceeding on the part of the landlord "to incur such expense in harrassing' a tenant tor rackrent. The necessity of such measures would have been ob viated had he made a fair offer to Mr. Burne. It is to be hoped that Mr. Wil tson now sees the wisdom of moderate action. CAY AN. On Wednesday, June 1, 300 police •proceeded on cars to G-lan, to protect Mr. TOwnley, sub-sheriff of Cavan, to -carry out some forty evictions on the Annesley estate in Glan. A drive of thirty miles had to be gone over in or ler to avoid a road that was feared to be blocked. A proclamation was posted up, signed by Sir Red vers Buller, cautioning the people not to as semble, but the people would have as sembled and have resisted the law were it not that the agent, Mr. Shaw, had written to the tenants that he would liave the whole matter settled by sell ing out the property. The land is of the most wretched quality. There were twelve families evicted, but all were readmitted as care-takers. CLARE. The tenants on the Griffith property, in the west of this county, have scored a remarkable victory for the plan. The tenants, who number about 104, were Mtherto punctual to meet their en gagements to the landlord but, owing to the general depression of the times, the majority of the tenants adopted the plan of campaign. The money was safely stowed away in the war chest, and the tenants waited with perfect •composure for the result. Processes, -decrees, threats of the sheriff, were looked on as idle wind which nobody lieeds, until finally Mr. Griffith, from his retreat in Cheltenham, struck his colors to the plan. The tenants' de mand of 20 per cent, on rents and ar rears, the landlord to pay all law costs, was accepted by Mr. Griffith, which "brought to a close a very eventful strug gle without a precedent in this part of the country. On Monday, May 30, a draft of several hundred pounds was sent to Mr. Griffith, which he acknow ledged on Wednesday, and dwelt par ticularly on the fact that Father Garry was the. good means of restoring har mony between the tenants and himself, and hoped it may long continue. In a subsequent letter he renews his obliga tions to Father Garry, thus clearly proving what a manly aud determined tenantry can achieve when directed by calculating and prudent President. COBK. At the close of the Ponsonby evic tions, Canon Keller said he felt com pelled by a sense of public duty to con demn in the strongest manner the ac tion of Messrs. O'Keeffe and Lynch, •solicitors, of Cork and Dublin, in refer ence to this Ponsonby estate. He said no Christian men should be guilty of assisting a combination of Orangemen to imprison priests and depopulate a whole side of a country. He adverted to the well-known fact that the firm of O'Keeffe and Lynch depend for a large share of their business on the priests and religious communities in Cork, and that, therefore, they should be the last firm of solicitors to become priest hunters at the beck of Captain Sars field. the Grand Master of the Cork Orangemen. The day after Canon Keller made the speech above referred to, Canon Hegarty, of Glanmire (him self the son of an evicted tenant), an nounced that he felt conscientiously bound to withdraw his business from O'Keeffe and Lynch and hand it over to a Catholic solicitor. It there were more priests like Canon Hegarty in Cork there would be fewer attorneys like O'Keeffe and Lynch. They are now about to evict some seventy more families on the same estate. Possibly they will now execute the warrant ly ing in their office against Father Mur phy, P. P., Killeagh. KERRY. On a recent Saturday the eviction brigade resumed active service in the neighborhood of Listowel, at the in stance of Mr. George Sandes, high sheriff. It was expected that there would be more evictions than two car ried out, but owing to the time taken in effecting those it was impossible for them to undertake another, as they would not have finished before the le gal hour, 4 o'clock. There were about forty policemen, under Mr. Hickie, D. L., Listowel, and four bailiffs engaged in the work. He holds a lease of twenty one years from Mr. Stephen Ed ward Collis, which would have expired next March. It took a long time for the bailiffs to clear the house, and as they left the place the large crowd of people assembled loudly cheered for the plan, O'Brien and Parnell. The evict ing party then visited Mrs. O'Sullivan's house, and "put her out." Were it not for the money her husband and daugh ter, who are both in America, have sent her hitherto, she would have long since been evicted. She has a large family, and no hope for the future except the prospect of becoming an inmate of the Listowel workhouse. KILDARE. On Monday evening, May 30, a rather serious military riot occurred at New bridge in connection with the perform ance of a travelling boxing saloon, owned by a German by the name of "Professor Louis." The Professor erects in the open air an apparatus by which ten or twelve persons can play at a comfortable kind of hurdy-gurdy, and also an enclosed saloon in which high-spirited youths have an oppor tunity of cultivating the manly art for a mere bagatelle. On the arrival of Head Constable McDonald, and all his available men, it was found that some twenty Scotch rifles and artillerymen— about equally divided—had converted what had commenced as a mere spar ring .match into a tooth-and-nail mele§. They were nearly all down and fighting on their sides and faces, with bands, feet, teeth and spurs, while a crowd of civilians looked on without interfering. The head constable having put out the lights seut for assistance to the mili tary barracks, and with the aid of the provosts and piequets had the saloon quickly cleared. The pugilists, how ever, having taken refuge in some of the adjacent houses, issued out at a la ter hour only to renew the combat, and at about 11 o'clock the orderly officer of the night had ten of them arrested on the Moorfield road. KILKENNY. If one may judge from the bundle of processes of ejectment and civil bills for rent with which the walls of the court house here were decorated re cently, at the suit of Viscount Clifden. that disinterested absentee and mm fa belauded, newly-come-out of age aristo crat, is preparing for a campaign against his unfortunate tenants on a large scalet both on his Rower and Graigue properties. There is no doubt but his agent at Gowran is taking ad vantage of the promised Coercion bill, by which he hopes either to squeeze blood out of a turnip or give Clifden's unfortunate tenants Lord Salisbury's other alternative—namely, "quit." But perhaps this gentleman of many promises but of few fulfilments may find that the Jubilee Coercion bill won't be the all-powerful lever by which he expects to root out the people and lay waste a great portion of Clifden's es tate. Mr. Maude is painfully impressed with the rights of property, but in stances could be given where he snivel ingly ignores its duties, though they have been prominently brought under his notice. Easy means might be best. LONGFORD. The eviction campaign on Mr. Cu sack's property in this county has been resumed by a large force of police. The scene of the proceedings was the par ish of Moydow. The first tenant vis ited was a widow named Mary Court ney in the townland of Clonscott. The poor woman, who is old and feeble, gave up peaceable possession and was readmitted as caretaker. The farm which she held was surrounded with the vacant and previously farms of the landlord, and as he never mtfkes up a fence the bullocks easily break in and eat down the tenants' little bit* of tillage and meadow, and the latter are afraid to say a word owing to the ty ranny on the estate. A tenant named George Murphy, who is a Protestant, was next, turned out. Two tenants named Keenan and McGrath, who live near the village of Tashenny, were also evicted. This concluded the evictions here. LOUTH. On Sunday, May 29, an enormous meeting was held at Collon, County Louth, to support the tenants who had adopted the Dlaii of campaign on Lord Massereene's estate. The people of the surrounding country attended in great numbers, and assembled in the square of the village. A remarkable feature of the meeting was the presence, their various informs, of the members of the different Gaelic athletic branches of the county. MAYO. At a meeting of the Westport Guar dians, on June 2, a resolution was adopted asking that the Local Govern ment Board urge the Government to 'make .provision for the payment of $5,000 to those contractors who have supplied meal to the union under the Poor Relief Act. The board is financial ly embarrassed by reason of the guard ians being obliged to pay contractors under the Poor Relief Act outof the or dinary rates of the union. MONAGHAN. On Tuesday morning, May 31, the eviction campaign, during which it is intended to dispossess upward of sixty families, was begun in North Mona ghan in the parish of Tydavnet. It is only a month since the exterminators ceased work in the same district after a crusade of several days. Ejectment processes have recently been served over a very large district of North Monaghnn, and few people on the es tates of Mr. Dacre Hamilton, Colonel Foster or Miss Roe have escaped the visitation. The work has begun on Dacre Hamilton's property, and sev eral families were thrown out of their homes. In some cases the tenants came to a settlement. QUEEN'S COUNTY. Lord Lansdowne has served eject ments on several of his Luggacurran tenants, to be heard at the approaching Quarter Sessions at Maryborough. He has also served a writ for rent on Miss Kilbride. The poor-rate collector for Luggacur ran district lately received a number of recently imported cattle for rates due on the evicted farms. These rates amounted to over £70, and soon after the seizure a check wys handed to the collector by Lord Lansdowne's sub agent. SLIGO. It is reported that it is the intention of the Nationalist members of the Sligo corporation to resign in a body should the address which it is proposed to draw up at the next meeting of the council for presentation to the Queen be adopted. Although the council con sists of 24 members, 14 of whom are Catholics, it is conjectured tbat four of these, who hold the commission of the pfiace, will side with their Conservative brethren. It is stated that a certain "Liberal" member of the council has been asked to draw up the address in conjunction with the Mayor. Popular fenling is pretty high. TIPPERARY. The good people of Lattin, Tipperary, have set on foot a testimonial to the campaign "general," the patriotic cu rate of Hospital and Herbertstown. There has been a great drain lately on his private resources, and as much as Father Ryan is opposed to anything in this line on his own behalf, it is hoped he will accept a token of the people's appreciation of his yeoman services in their cause. The example of Lattin is being followed by many other parishes in the South. A committee of the lead ing parishioners of Lattin, with the Rev. J. Murphy at its head, has been formed, and we wish the good work a hearty God-speed. At the meeting of the Carrick-on Suir Guardians on May 27, a National ist member proposed a resolution call ing public attention to certain local landlords who coerced their tenants un der threats of eviction to purchase their farms at unjest rents, and appealing to the Commissioner under the Land Pur chase Act not to sanction such pur chases. After some discussion the chairman (Tory) declined to accept the resolution and left the chair, stating that the business was over. The Na tionalists then called upon another member to preside afnd a second resolu tion was passed with but one dissent ing vote, condemning the service of eviction notices on the tenants of the Foy School estate in Mothel, and ap pealing to the trustees to accede to the demands of the tenants. TYRONE. On May 29, a grand demonstration was held in Omagh to protest against coercion. The Orangemen attempted to organize a counter demonstration, but they were most unsuccessful. The affair was one of the most enthusiastic and orderly ever seen in Ireland. Mr. Jas. H. McKelven, a Protestant Home Ruler, presided, and speeches were made by Mr. M. J. Kenny, M. P., Prof. Stuart, M. P., Thomas Dickson, W. J. Reynolds, M. P., and many others. Resolutions were adopted condemning, the Coercion and Land Bills and pledg ing the people of Tyrone never to relax their effort until a Parliament has been established in Dublin. WATERFORD. On June 2, the sub-sheriff of the county, sold by auction ten heifers, thirteen cows, one bull, and three horses, on the farm of Nicholas Mul cahy, Abbeylands, near Waterford. The stock was seized under a writ is sued at the suit of Ambrose Congreve, D. L., for £490 rent, being a half years' rent due with a small balance. The land is exempt from the Land Act of 1881 as a town park, and the rent is £3 per acre. No reduction beyond 15 per cent. would be given, and that could not be accepted, and the emergency men bought the stock for £135. 0HUB0H AND SOCIETY DIEE0T0BY. CHUBCHIB. Church of the Immaculate Conception—Third st. and 3d ave. n. Pastor, Bev. Jas. McGolrick. Church of the Most Holy Rosary—Fifth and 19th ave. south. Prior, Bev. P. A. Denahan, O.P St Anthony of Padua—Main st and 8th ave. northeast Pastor, Bev, J. O'fieilly. Notre Dame de Lourdes—No. 18 Second at southeast Pastor, Bev. Father Dagnault Church of St Stephen—No. 2,201 Clinton ave. Bev. P. Kenny, pastor. St Boniface—Cor. 2nd st and 7th ave. n. e. Pastor, Bev. Bartholomew Rajgelj, O.S. B. St Joseph—Fifth st and 11th are. north. Pastor, Bev. Andrew Straub. St Elizabeth—8th street and 16th aye. south. Pastor, St Clotilda—Lyndale and llth ave. north. Pastor, Bev. 8. Nougaret -SOOIKTIIS. St Vincent de Paul—Meets Sunday at 12:12 at Association halL Immaculate Conception Benevolent—MeetB on 2nd and 4'h Friday evenings of each month at Association hall. Catholic Knighta Meets the 2d and 4th Wednesday evenings of each month in Associa tion hall at 8 o'clock. Father Mathew Temperance—Meets Sunday at 5 p. m., at Association Hall. Crusaders' Total Abstinence—Meets Tuesday at 8 p. m., at Association ball. Cadets—Monday at 7:30 p. m. Meet in Church of Immaculate Conception. Young Ladies' Sodality of the Blessed Virgin Mary—Sunday at 5 p. m.. at Association hall. Ladies' Holy Rosary—First Sunday of each month at 12:80 p. m. at Association halL Perpetual Adoration—Meets at Association' hall 2nd Sunday of each month at 12:80 p. m. Holy Angels Sodality—Meets each Friday af ternoon at 4 o'clock at Association hull. Orphan Asylum—For boys. 48th street and Chicago avenue: directors meet at residence of Father McGolrick on 2nd Tuesday of each month, at 7 p. m. Convent of Holy Angels and Boardingnichoo for Younor Ladies—743 4th street north taught by Sisters of St Joseph. St Mary's Total Abstinence—Meets Sunday at 4 at Holy Rosary hall. Crusaders—Meets Tuesday at 8 in Holy Rosary hall. Cadets—Meets Sunday at2pmlnHoly Rosary hall. Holy Name—Meets 2nd Sunday of the month at 2 m. Young Ladies' Sodality—Meets Sunday at 8 in Holy Rosary hall. Altar Society—1st Sunday of Month, 3pm Meets at Holy Rosary hall. St. Vincent de Paul—Meets Sundayafternoon at 12 o'clock in school-house. East Division. St. Anthony—Meets Sunday afternoon at 4:90 o'clock, in school-house. East Division. Crusaders—Meets at school-house. East Di vision, Monday evenings at 8 o'clock. Sodality of the Blessed Virgin—Meets imme diately after Vespers at the convent, E. D. Holy Bosary—Meets first Sunday in each month, after mass, at the convent E. D. Holy Angels Sodality—Meets Sunday after Vespers in the convent E. D. St Joseph's—18 2nd street southeast. Meets first and 3d Mondays of each month. 7:30 p. m. League of the Sacred Heart—18 Second street south. Meets once a month after mass. ANCIENT ORDER OP HIBEKNXANS. Division No. 1—Meets 2nd and 4th Sundays of each month. 2:30 o'clock, at Windom Hall. Division No 2—Meets 1st arid 3d Sunday of each month at 2 o'clock, corner Cedar and Washington avenues south. Division No 3—Meets 2nd and 4th Tuesday evenings of each month at-7:30 o'clock, at Rose's hall, cor. 2nd st and Central ave., E. D. BUILDING AND LOAN. Meets the lst^Thursday after the 16th ot each month. 0HUB0H AND SOCIETY DIEE0T0EY. ST. PAUL. CHURCHES. Cathedral—Sixth and St, Peter streets Bev. John Shanley, pastor. Assumption—Ninth and Franklin streets, Rev. V. Stimmler, O. S. B., pastor. St. Mary^s—Ninth and Locust streets, Bev. L. Caillet, pastor St Louis—Wabasha and Exchange streets, Rev. C. Genis, pastor. St Stanislaus—Western avenue and Superior treet, Rev. John Rynda, pastor. St. Joseph's—Carroll street and Virginia avenue. Rev. James L. Keane, paster. St. Michael's—West St. Paul, Rev. P. Gal lagher, pastor. St Adalbert's—Charles street Rev. D. Ma jor, pastor. Sacred Heart—Dawson and Arcade streets, Dayton's Blu£F, Rev. Chas. Koeberl, pastor. St Francis de Sales—West Seventh and James streets. Rev. J. N. Starlha, pastor. St. Patrick's—Mississippi and Case streets, Rev. D. Reilly, pastor. SOCIETIES. Catholic Benevolent—Meets first Wednesday in each month in Crusaders' hall. Pius the Ninth Benevolent—Meets first Thurs day in each month, in Crusaders' hall. St. Clement's Benevolent—Meets every sec ond Wednesday of each month at hall on Ex change street, near St. Peter. St. Peter's Benevolent—Meets first Monday in each month Exchange street, corner Ninth. German Catholic Aid Association—Assump tion hall, Exchange, near Ninth. St. Joseph's German Catholic Orphan's so ciety—Meets first Tuesday of each month, cor ner Exchange and Ninth. St Vincent de Paul societies, connected with the Cathedral, St Mary's, St Michael's, St Joseph's, St Louis, meet every Sunday. Society of L'Union Francaise Benevolent Meets first and third Mondays of each month, in basement of St Louis church. League of the Cross—Meets every Monday evening in St Michael's hall, in West St Paul. St. Patrick's—Meets every Sunday at 9:80 a. m., in school house adjoining St. Patrick's church, on Mississippi street. TOTAII ABSTINENCE SOCIETIES. Crusaders—Meet every Sunday at 3 p. m., in Crusaders' hall, on Wabasha street Father Mathew—Meets every Sunday at «:30 p. m. in basement of Cathedral. St Joseph T. A. society—Meets every Sunday at 8 p. m., in basement of St. Joseph's church Cathedral Cadets-Meet every second Sunday at 2 p. m. in Crusaders' halL West St Paul Cadets—Meet every Monday at 7:30 p.m., in St Michael's hall. Home of the Good Shepherd—Minnehaha, near Victoria street St Joseph Orphan Asylum (German)—19ft West Ninth street "t Joseph's Hospital—Exchange, betweee Peter and Ninth. Jt. Mary's Home—571 Westminster. *^ung Girls' Home—St Peter street, near \.**rt. Ancient Order of Hibernians, Division No. teets second and fourth Mondays of every Month. Division No. 8—Meets second and fourth Wednesdavs of everv month. Division No. 3.--Meets second and lourth Tuesdays of ertry month- No. 4-Meets 2d and 4th Thursdays of every month. St Aloysius Young Men's society (German)— Meets third Sunday in each month in Asaump" tion hall, on Exchange street Young Men's CathoOo Union —Meets as Knauft's hall, on Seventh street The Irish Standard, $1.50 per year. Minneapolis Si St. Louis Railway ALBERT LEA ROUTE. Leave St Paul. Chicago & St. Louis Ex. Des Moines Express Chicago Fast Ex St. Louis Fast Express Albert Lea Acc Des Moines Passenger... Watertown and Dawson Excelsior and Morton.... ARRIVING TRAINS. Atlantic Exp«?«!S'Daily)... St- Paul and Minneapolis fast Express (Daily). St. Paul and Minneapolis acc. (daily ex. Sunday). Leave Minne polis. *7:25 am *7:25 am d6:30pm *6:30 pm *3:15 pm *6:30 *8:15 a •5:15p Trains equipped with through Sleeping and Palace Dining Ca *8:10 am *8:10 am d7:15 *7:15 *3:50 pm *7:15p *8:55 a *5:50 pm *Ex. Sunday. tEx. Saturday, d. Daily. $Ex Monday. Ticket offices—Minneapolis, No 3 Washington Av. 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