3rd great grand uncle William Ryan?
Con-Ticta -at Of OT of from Robert-eon and one They have Tbere and Tbey old die. in TO HIW cutting this in not that i ne to effect combatants, letters are somewhat spread by the growing Of the little animal, .' MASOMC VISITORS Tha MrprmtmU0 f Ike Grand Ceav stsfery e Ike AerlArra JrU4ie-turn JrU4ie-turn JrU4ie-turn (js the City. THEIR EHTEKTaISXEIT. One hundred and fifty Thhty eeoond De gree Jaaaooa of tha rCorthern Jurisdiction, embracing the States of Illinois, Wisconsin,' Indiana and Michigan, many ot them with tbeir wives, left Chicago oa Monday evening for Louisville, by way of Cincinnati, arriving arriving there on Tuesday; Tbey were enter tained on that day and Wednesday by tbe Consistories of Cincinnati. leaving tbere Wednesday at midnight and arriving here yesterday morning. Tbey were met at tbe depot by a committee of tbe Southern' Juris diction and escorted to tbe Gait House. At S o'clock representatives of the Ken tucky Consistory met at Masonlo Temple to the number ot sixty, marched to the Gait House, received the visitors a escorted them to the Temple, where an ad dress was made by tbe Grand Master of the Southern Jurisdiction. It was responded to by the Urend Master of tbe Northern Juris- Juris- uicuon. toe visitors tnea tooa Backs and went to the Masonic Widows' and Orphans' Home, and were entertained with songs, music and recitations by the children, and a drill by the Little Commandery. Lunch was then served by the matron of tbe Uoom. Tbe visitors were so pleased with tbe institu tion tbat tbey gave $500 for tbe support of the Hiane. Tbey vcsajthaa taken to the Exposition in Iha afternoon, where they passed the afternoon, after wmcb tbey re turned to their hotel for supper. x -Last -Last night tbere was a soiree at Lieder- Lieder- krans Hail. There were a number of Louis ville people with their wives present to en tertain the visitors. Snyder's Band furnished furnished tbe music. There were no fancy dresses, and the whole entertainment was rather of the nature of a meeting of friends than a poblia soiree. The visitors were es corted to the hall by tbe home Masons in backs. After tbe dancing was over tbey were taken back to the Gait Boue hi the same way. Among the Louisvlle people who were KHunt Atm Tnl.. IT 4 VI- VI- John Stratton aad wife. Mr. W. John son and wife, Capt. George Northup, Mr; tiarry tjeymer and wife. Judge Dupoy and wife, Hon. Asher G. Caruth and wife. Judge Hoke and wife, Mr. James Woodward and wife, Mr. William Ryan, Sr., and wife, Mr. William Ryan, Jr., Mr. Fred. Lossy and wifa, Mr. Americus Wheedon and wife, and many others. The visitors will leave to-night to-night to-night at 8 o'clock on a special tram tor cmcago. Miss Of