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KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN.
Miss Agnes O'Connor is at Atlan
Miss Jessie Magee is visiting rela
-lives in London.
Mr. James Coleman had a pleasant
.day in Frankfort.
Miss Maggie Gorman has gone to
Old Sweet Springs.
Miss Mary Boyle is
ry Boyle xs visiting xviiss
Ethel Peclc of Chicago.
Mr. Frank McGrath is summering
.at Sweet Sulphur Springs.
Col. James Whallen and wife are at
-the Sulphur Springs near Velpen,
Misses Sallie Lacey and Myrtle Kil-
Iceny have left for Chicago and the
Dr. Elery Demaree and son will
leave today for Milton, to visit rela.
The Irish-American Society is well
-represented at the nearby summer
Mrs. Lula Reilly has been spend
ing the past four weeks with relatives
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Dulaney and
3Irs. Hector D ulaney are summering
Mr. Martin J. Cusick is absent from
the city, making a tour of the South
Miss Agnes Dugan is home from
St. Louis, visiting her parents, on
Misses Blanche and Henrietta
Duean have cone to Canada on an
Miss Mary Higgins is visiting Mrs
John Gray, on Chestnut street, near
" Little Miss Virginia Cowan is at
ihome again, after a pleasant visit with
Messrs. W. D. Gahen, J. A. Muir
.and J. B. Queenan have returned
from the Northwest.
Mrs. Belle Van Buskirk and her
neice, Miss Nannie Parham, will leave
today for Carrollton.
Mr. Joe Lally and sister,
taran .Laity, are spending the sum
mer around Wisconsin's lakes.
to have visited her soon. The news
was a severe shock to Mr. Price, as
he had just been notified of an im
provement in his mother's condition.
Miss Mary Cody, of Eighteenth
and Magazine streets, is enjoying a
pleasant visit with friends in Mem
Miss Addic Lawler, one of the
most popular young ladies of the
West End, is visiting friends at
Lebanon and Bardstown.
Mr. James Donahue, who has for
years taken an active interest in Irish
affairs, has gone to Alexandria, Ind.
where he will hereafter reside.
Mr. Ed. Tierney, of the Board of
Public Safety, accompanied by his
family, is spending a few days at the
Sulphur Springs in Pike county, Ind.
Mr. Clarence Mullen is home again,
after a pleasant visit with relatives in
New York. Mr. Mullen is a mem
ber of the El Tropico Club, of the
Mr. Lawrence Mackey, of High
avenue, who has been unwell tor
some time past, is now improving.
This will prove pleasing news to his
Rev. Father Murphy, formerly of
Boston, now assistant to Rev. Father
Bax, is well pleased with his new as
signment, and is fast becoming a
Deputy Sheriff Frank P. Carroll
and Henry Grau, the grocer at Twen
tieth and Madison streets, left this
week for Mt. Clements, Mich., to
spend two weeks.
John P. Lincoln, who is with the
First regiment at Camp Thomas,
writes relatives that he is in the best
of health, but that the boys are all
anxious to go to the front.
Mrs. Martin J. Dugan, of 1037
Sixth street, mother of Messrs. Frank
and Martin Dugan, who has been very
ill, is now pronuuced out of danger.
and her speedy recovery is hoped for,
John Tierney, one of the best known
Irish-Americans in this city, and for
many years Deputy Sheriff of Jeffer
son county, left last week for SI.
Louis, where he may assume a very
responsible position. For some time
past Mr. Tierney had been a Street
Supervisor. A large circle of friends
regret his departure.
A pleasant evening was spent at
the residence of Miss Maggie Ken
nedy, 181 6 Bank street, last Tuesday.
Those present were: Misses M. Ken
A leader in all matters pertaining to Irish
nedy, M. Kelly, H. Gleason, K.
Cowman, J. Kelly, S. Kurn, M.
Cowman, A. Robinson; Messrs. J.
Robinson, W. Davis, K. Kehoe, Ed
Miller, J. McMullen, C. Kehoe, Ed
Gerst, Wm. Kraft and Mr. McCroun.
The marriage of Mr. John F. Mai-
lory and Miss Maggie Connors took
place on the 4th inst. at St. Paul's
church, the Rev. Father York offici
ating. The contracting parties are
well known and very popular in the
East End. They have gone to house
keeping at Ormsby avenue and
News Social, Personal and Otherwise,
by the Irish-American's Special
""Mr. Bernard Coll, of Jeffersonviile
who was one of the Indiana delegates
to the late Trenton convention, is at
home again. He is one of the lead
ing Irishmen of Southern Indiana.
Miss Nellie Kenney, of Clifton
accompanied by Miss Rose Shea, are
visiting friends at Pewee Valley.
Miss Annie Carr has returned from
a visit to Mackinac, where she went
with the Kentucky Press Association
Miss Lillian McQueen has gone tc
spend the summer with relatives ir
-Grate, Owen county, and Lexington
Mr. Joe Grimes has gone to Ashe
ville, N. C, where he will remain
until about the middle of September.
Murt Gallagher has again assumed
the foremanship of the Commercial.
This is a move in the right direction
Miss Loretto Mulligan left the city
yesterday to spend the summer in
Chicago. She will be the guest of her
Misses Katie and Mary Dillon are
in New York visiting friends, and will
visit Boston and other points in the
Misses Edna Gilbert and Frances
Herndon left last week for a trip to
New York, Boston and other Eastern
Misses Jennie H. Donahue and
0Emma K. Will have left for New
York, Washington and Old Point
Mrs. F. E. Corrigan has returned
from Brooklyn, where she has been
-visiting her daughter, Mrs. R. J.
Mr. Charles F. Price left Sunday
f Toronto in response to a tele
gm announcing the critical illness
offiie mother. The lady sustained a
Vftroke of paralysis, but was thought
-to bt almost well, and Mr. Price was
Aldermen ratterson, uubert and
O'Hearn spent a pleasant evening
with the Hibernians at the Hill. They
received a warm welcome, at a
times being surrounded by a throng.
John A. Murphy, delegate to the
Trenton convention, is home again
after a pleasant visit to old friends in
New York and vicinity. He is much
pleased over the work of the conven
ueorge J. uutler, the avenue gro
cer, passed a pleasant day with
number of his friends at the Fourth of
July celebration. He was the recip
ient of much attention on the part of
Mr. Mike Ridge, of Sixteenth and
Bank streets, held a reception Sun
day evening for his friends in honor
of the arrival of his son James, the
occasion of his christening. Mike is
happy over the addition.
Judge Walter P. Lincoln, who has
been presiding in the Common Pleas
division of the Circuit Court, has
gone to join his family at Harrods
burg. He will go from there to
Knox county to spend his vacation.
Mr Martin uugan has been pre
sented with an assistant manager for
lis printing business. It is his first
boy, and was born one day later than
the Kentucky Irish-American. Mar
tin is now one of the happiest men in
the East End.
George J. Butler, the popular Port-
ond-avenue grocer, is entertaining an
interesting and handsome little lady
at his home. She arnved July 10,
and will reside witn him hereafter.
The mother is doing well. Here's to
Messrs. Edward McGrath, Martin
Minogue, Martin Carr and Martin
Gannon have gone on a pleasant trip
to Yellowstone Park, Seattle, Tacoma
and other points in the West. They
will be gone about three weeks, and
will have an enjoyable time.
Miss Mary O'Connor entertained
at her home last week in honor of
Miss Katie Hines, of Cincinnati.
Among those present were Misses
Katie Fbwfey, Mary Carroll, Annie"
Frankfort, Kv., July 14. Col,
Tames Coleman. State Secretary of
the Ancient Order of Hibernians,
came up from Louisville on Sunday
last, and paid a very pleasant visit to
the Capital City. Col. Coleman was
the guest of Division No. 1, A. O.
H., of Frankfort, and was shown the
sights of the city by the members dur
ing the forenoon and early afternoon.
In the afternoon at 4 o'clock Division
No. 1 held its regular meeting, and
after the business was transacted Col.
Coleman addressed the members, and
for thirty minutes spoke entertaining
ly of the benefits, etc., of the order,
and gave the members some excellent
advice on the conducting of the af
fairs of the division. Col. Coleman
left the same evening for Louisville,
and expressed himself as much pleased
with his first visit to Division 1 of
Bro. P. H. Coleman, Jr., Financial
Secretary of Division No. 1, A. O.
H., left Monday upon a three weeks'
business trip. Brother Coleman is a
hustling member, and will be greatly
missed from the division meetings.
On Sunday, July 3, five new mem
bers were initiated, and last Sunday
two more joined the ranks of Division
No. 1, A. O..H. Seven or eight ap
plications for membership were filed
during the past week and will come
up at the meeting Sunday.
Rev. T. S. Major is an active and
hard-working member of Division No.
and is very hopeful of the success
of the Frankfort division. Father Ma
jor was unanimously chosen Chaplain
at the meeting of the division.
Brother John Hunt, who was elect
ed County President of Franklin
county, is most excellently qualified
to discharge the duties of the office.
Brother Hunt seven years ago became j
a charter member of Y. M. I., No.
161, and has done excellent work for
that order. He is also Secretary of
the Catholjjigiights of America, No.
Senn & Ackerman Brewing Co.
Lager Beer and Porter
It's Pure. LOUISVILLE, KY.
MEHL & BURNS
Eighteenth and Chestnut,
DEALERS IN CHOICE
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
We have always on hand a large and varied stock of all grades
of goods usually handled by a first-class grocery house, all selected by
experienced buyers including
Teas and Gotiees,
All Kinds of Meats.
We also handle special brands of Flour that can not be surpassed.
We guarantee every brand to give satisfaction and prove as repre
sented. Our prices are the lowest for the best goods.
Telephone orders receive prompt attention, and goods delivered
to all parts of the city. A large number of wagons in our service.
Riley, Mr. and Mrs. James Lyon
ivir. ana Mrs. win worton ana
Messrs. Mike Cowman, John O'Con
nor and James Regan.
A PLEASANT AFFAIR.
Snch Promises to Be the Great Outing
Given by the Members of St. Pat
There was a largely attended meet
ing in the school attached to St. Pat
rick's church Monday night, to com
plete arrangements for the congrega
tional outing at Fern Grove on Fri
day, July 25. In the absence of Mr.
William Foley, the chairman, Mr,
Edward O'Brien occupied the chair,
The various committees made favor
able reports, and the managers are
confident of having one of the largest
and most enjoyable outings of the sea
One of the interesting features wil
be the contest between a number of
popular ladies for the choice of a first
class bicycle or diamond.
There will be amusements of al
unds, and an elegant dinner will be
served on the grounds, consequently
there will be no need of going to the
trouble of carrying baskets.
The outing is in the hands of most
capable ladies and gentlemen, and all
who desire a day of pleasure should
1 here will be another meeting in
the school-rooms Monday night.
ST. HELEN'S CHURCH.
The corner stone of St. Helen's
church, near the Home of the Aged
and Infirm, was laid last Sunday with
impressive exercises. The services
were conducted by Father Pfeiffer.
he sermon was 'preached by the
Rev. Johannes Heissinsr. nastor of
he St. Vincent de Paul church.
The corner stone was laid by Rev.
Father J3ouchct, of the Cathedral,
after which a .dinner was served for
he clergy by Father Pfeiffer. The
church will be the most attractive in
every way. The architect is Neal
Curtin. When completed St. Helen's
wiM be a handsome addition to the
Catholic institutions in this vicinity.
ther Pfeiffer will have charge.
83, of this city.
On July 3 the standing committee
was selected. Brother James Pine
was unanimously elected chairman.
The other members elected were P.
M. Collins, Wm. C. Newman, Dennis
Rath and D. J. McNamara.
Division No. 1 contemplates giving
a picnic about August 15. The mat
ter will be definitely settled at the
next meeting, July 17, and due no
tice given through the Irish Amer
President McElligott has all th
parliamentary rules down fine and
makes a splendid presiding officer.
Vice President J. Corbett was pre
vented from attending the last meet
mg by a sudden attack of vertigo,
Brother Corbett was in the vicinity of
the Frankfort Ice Company's plant
when attacked. He is now fully re
Brother Patrick O'Brien, the effi
cient 1 reasurer ot Division No. 1, is
one of the jolliest fellows in the city
1 t 1 v m
ana matces a spienaia omcer and
IMother James Lillis, the Sentinel,
is one of the quietest and most order-
y members in the division.
Owen Rath, the efficient Sergeant
at-Arms, is now thoroughly familiar
with the duties of his office and dis
charges them in a most efficient man
Division No. 1 now has twenty-six
good members and applications from
eight more. This is quite a good
showing for a division that has only
been organized two weeks. The di
vision will probably have fifty mem
bers when the charter closes August 1.
RETURNING TO IRELAND.
Mr. William McDonald, who has
been in the crocery business at 226
welfth street for many years, sailed
from New York last Saturday for Ire-
and, where he goes to visit his aged
mother at Belturbet. County Cavan.
Mr. McDonald is now fifty-two years
of age, and has resided in Louisville
for the past thirty years, always being
prominent in all movements for the
advancement of the' Irish people.
Mr. McDonald will take adyantage
of the' occasion to make a tour through
reland, and we anticipate some in
teresting letters from him. He will
be gone at least three months.
MEHL & BUMS
Eighteenth and Chestnut.
LOUIS SEE GER
Sixteenth and Madison,
This is one of the finest bakeries in this city, and
employs only the most experienced and competent
workmen. Our varied assortment of
Breads, Bolls u Canes
can not be surpassed, as personal attention is given to
each and every department.
In connection with the abooe there is a fine Annex,
where an elegant lunch is served and only the finest
Sixteenth and Madison Sts.
GflLLflGHER & R0D6EQS,
1426 W. Makket St.,
STBIOTLY UNION 077101.
Cardi, Dodgers, Letter Headi, C Ir
anian, Badge. Hasgers, BUI Headi.
Programme, Iarltatloai, Faaa, etc.,
executed 'artiitloally asd promptly.
It is rumored among the circuit
asers that Tom Butler has gone to
some quiet place to train and gain
better form to meet' the cracks at Indi
anapolis next month.
lis 1 Li wnrnrd
ilk imtmrftiV M
Tom Cooper showed his old-time
form at Buffalo Saturday, defeating
Bald and Gardiner in a rattling finish
and, winning the two-mile championship.