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1 («kt.et ro* rut mejefit or JtMOCUTHKI. I fcaat vawy Ve-p" ■>»« •' Tow " I ■§l Bf eeptl»n •<> a ra«tor-Jew -1 >»«*• of I „le aad »l*hb«rl.o«d People » - mst hat been a dull week In I I - *ft«r attending the four nights I Reaper carnival la.*t week, and I i™L'n fare- Eut that at present I * of which *0 many people I taking advantage, may I ao oant for thi> inactiri- I »*T£ "J* ninp " f "» iver,it / *>»» I*" , ~r , e diverted many of the ■ * —peopr fromani':«ement. thus I P , ,an.l boating parties that were V jtnwß ( month ago. At any I » f ' hs , b-en a very dull week. I " K d,: • uile,, TVla.iie« of the Arlwr Avo< iation v -rfefi.!«d to give a grand concert & ft. firvt week in October, in „ _.» boo*, the proceed* of fS* devoted towards the f»r?, » tbe object of the a.«- Hoyt, Mr*. W. H H Own Mrs Kurth, and Mr*. /•Lker wd n.anr ot h « "" f ,h " le»J iw iad«« oI the ■«*. •>»»« ltie project Kfcan,' 00 ' lool,t H " UI '* '» tan*** The programme will RcowH o< ">*"'• tri,,s • 'l»artette«. etc. B tmon« tbe roudciaiM appear the ( 0 ( yr». storey. Mr- (apt. Hat- PSTmi,, Attinn. Mr. K. K. Steven* y r 1;, E. Bowman, all of whom fj_too »tll known in musical circle* 1»»««! >"T coniment. The object i* * worthy one an<l "hould meet the £ of the citizen* in general. ' nr. fArr.B carnival. fit rrpetition <,f the paper carnival •; > m ji;t%iav and Wedne-duy evening. lot inn a Urge crowd at the armory ° taWinK on l' n '" n "treet. Although si,e BunilK'r of participants wa« not m (am a> on the preeeedlng week, ■KjrrtMe** tlie programme was <-ar out with great exactne... Many o(the minuet* and tableaux were iiro iwxii. il poiitilJe, in lietter style than dor"? the preceding week, and the Meetat>>r- weie delighted. Some of JTrourt. lacked number*, except the tenyh, the member* of which were carried oIT the honors ' of fee rrening by their gay coatume* »niibright face- The entertainment vavgir" l a- a tcnefit to Prof. Dillon, efciri ebtmlaTlain, to whom laUirn (imurbof the Kucce• s of the carnival in doe. It is understood that Prof. JXiloti has become to pleased with tfeauir thai he has decided to remain here Mi.oisrr.KiAi. ißirmn. Bishop W. X. Ninde, of Topeka, ttr.-m. »nd the visiting M. K. con fertsweat present in session in this <j!y, were tendered a reception Wed nesday evening last by the Rev. A. J. Hiut*-n. pastor, and members of the ]f K church of this city. A large juiiilwr of the reverend' gentlemen «r» present. and were hospitably en fcrtu-i<' l by their host*. Addresses irennia.le by Bishop Si tide, (Jovernor Wit»cn ('. Sijuire. ltev. 11. 1,. Hates tai others Hishop Ninde proved htawli a vers affable prelate and en ter*! himself to all present, coimiwci vtatTosa. The following is a complete list of the delegates to the M. K. conference aw in session in this city, their place -afsntertaints, and their entertainers . BgHCtively: Kt. ltev. Hishop W. X. Ninde of topeka, Kan., guest of Rev. A. J. fcnsoti. Re* Sprague Davis of Kansas, guest .4 Mrs. P. McCain. Kev. J. I). Knox of Topeka, guc-t of OtivtTiior Squire. Dr. 0. K Pomeroy, Pes Moines. la., fWtof Mrs. C. Pouieroy, 2211 \Ve»t Epwt. Bev 11. P. Satchwell, Ashland. Or., Jisniversity. \ Rev W. 11. Sampson of Tacotna, jee<Utf J. C. Mitchell. Rev 11 H. Manicr and wife, Sou th ai Illinois, guest of Mrs. N. K. Clowes. Set! and lllanchnrd street*. ■Re. A. Anderson of Oakville, W. f.,guest of Mrs. W. Allen, South Se attle Rev A. Atwood and wife of Hough ton. guest of Mrs. Hill, Third and rifle streets. Rev. 11. it. Brown and wife, Olym jb, with Rev. A. J. Hanson. Rev. I>. W Camoron. Moutesano, at - Wrivcrsity. RPT W. |„ Cosiwr, Montesano, with C. A. Wriktl.t. Rev. J. N. Dcnnison of Port Town *tnl, guc-t of Mm. Nellie Nelson. v Rev. J. T. I'e Vore of Taconia,guest of Hr. Willurd Key W. 1(. l>rake anil wife of 1-a Catua-, \V T . gue-t of C. K.Jenner. Rev. John Flinn, Nooksack. guest of Mr*. Htark. Lake I nion. Rrv. ( . S. llottge, Tucoma, guest of R" 0, K Olamler. Rev A. ldtu.arh. Port Discovery, guest of Wright. I!i*. W M. l.tidwick. guest of It. H Bravvley. Rev. 1», u. I.eSourd, Tacoma. gue-t of Mr-. Carrie Jones, Rev. U. II Ma- ev mid wife, Olym (h.gumtoi Mrs. A. II Morse. Ret. T. J. Mas-cv, Scattli'. Rev P M Pickles. Mt. Vernon, gso-tof Mr-. Hruner. Rev J. 11. Skidmore, Vancouver, fue-t »f Mr- James Kr.inklan I Rev li. P llrooks, Snohomish,guest of Mr- I! 11 Denny. MT. (i A. I.auileii, Taeotna, guet of Mrs ltachel WcUiuan. Rfv \V li Mi Milleti, Ooupeville.W. i.jTiestof l!e» tt. K. (dander, lie* r P. St.n ton, Chehalis, gue t ■of Mr- H K. Parkhurst. | _R* V J. A, Tcimant, l.inden. at St. Kev I Mi 111 rmoth, Aber-leen, gue-t of Mrs, >. ntt fourth and Pine. , Rfv ti, p. (Kiiorno and wife. Whai -1 guest ot Mr- 11. K. Pyther. Rrv J, W. White, guest of Mrs. t •otltit(.r 1 * J Larson, Portland, guest of «r- Kacbi-I Wellman. «* I I Hughe*. Kelso, W. T., JWdof Mrs Ni : i, Nilsols Rrv K J. M.i.ire, l.aionner. guest Ofßu K \\ I. ,s. ®fT, s I Smith, Salklim, W T., #Mvt P. McCain Rev James Kia. Ka-t Sound, guest Pred Ni trco. 5" A. J. M. Naniee. Snohomish, »I<l> Mrs. I \\ . .■ Rev John llritt- Pioneer, W. T.. pw-t of Jain< - Fran Viand. »v W.C His Mtt WinUx k, W T.. «ae»tei Mr-. II K Pyther. • Kw. ti. I- \I, #l | t ,», ( n ifu. Sbelton vwnt, guest oi Mr- Paster Rev J c iv.itt. I.a Camas, guc-t of «rs Mclnerpv Rev A. Warren, I'daiue, W T . of Mrs. tt K. Pyther '■TV Knnpie. Kast vund, Dell and tSai clmr i -tr t , t j'T \\ i| Johnson, Colbv, at Mrs Allen's, '»«* H. Ha»von, Taioma. i?ue»t of ■» J ■ Branrr. K»v. K. Mutter, Minne-ota, with *■ Jv. JetUH'r lUr* l>r. \v > Ha v n .:t, :i etlitor ' (Wl.lll 1,11 'V oi IVrtlaml. K jentier. U f T V I' Tower. Salem, an<l Pr Hine-, IVrtlaiui k :c»t of I'rof li.A |., v;n Johiwm, I'uWct* "Mi. Churli - N,lm.h S>.tt YH R. ftisirxi.iv cvrtiiti).- at ti o'clock he- I® Jp*i-li \, w Year, »hk*h con until Thurada} t tvuiitf! All Jcuj-h ,tope- ami jvlaces wbu*ine>!i throughout the city »«f in honor of the fe*l \»1 N?r "t*» »• re UtKl on WnlneulU even- ing at 7 o dork and on Thursday at 10 a. m. in Pvtbian hail bv Ker Mr Hyam. of \ ictoria, B C. The le«rned If n tip man took for bi* text «*I u. . Hebrew, *" on Wednesday. and on Thur-day preached "The Jew,- Mi f-on of Priesthood 0,1 Earth." On the irpacton* hall ru filled with an attentive audience tbe largest of tbe Hebrew faith ever con predated in battle, ft is. intere-ting to note in »hi* re*pect that the nanT ber Of Hebrews in Seattie ha- been augmented by orer one hundred new memfaen daring th<pa-t rear. On tnday evening next at •> o'cU* k wdl begi* another feast day aacred to the children of Iwsel, known a- Yom Kiw>ur or I>ay of Atonement. It will be ob-erved »« a day of fart, and all Jewi-b places of bu-ine— will be closed. «t» rotra* nnins. Rev. I'an if I Bailer reached hU year. Kriday, September 7. A »mall gathering of old time friend* a--enibie«i at hi- rexidence in North .■v-attle in tbe afternoon and evening consisting of Mr t>exter Horton and Mr-. Morton, Judge Tboma Men er ami wife. Mr. William Hammond and wife, Mr. William II sb idy, Mrs Ann E. Mann ami Mr. O. J. I'arr and wife. On theanhof April I'W. Meaerv. Mercer, lforton Mhoudv. and Haglev and also Mr*. I>aniel fiaglcv -tarted from Bureau county. Iliin.««. in the same emigrant train with Oregon for their destination. They reached The I>alie«, in Oregon territory. Septcm '■er ■'>, 1«52. In tlie upring of KY? Mttwrt. Horton und Mctctr, ar<-onj panied by their familie-. came to Seat tle, and iiare made their Itome here *ince. Mr. Baglev and family re mained in Oregon until the tall of !■»*'. and then came to Seattle and have resided here mn-t of the time since that period. Mr. Hammond came to the coast earlier in the fifties Mr. and Mrs. O. J. t'arr came to Ore gon in ISTX), and to Seattle first in l^'l; Mrs. Mann tame to flregon in IWH. The two ladies la*t named and Mrs. Baglev are si-ter- Of th.. e present seven have re-ided on this coast over thirty-?ix years, two some thirty year.-, and the other*, ail but one over twenty-four vear*. It was indeed an "old settlers" pnrtv. and a pleasant hour was *|>er.t by tho-i venerable pioneers in res alling remin iscences of by-gone day*. I.xroKMAL coMrtar. Monday evening Mrs. I>r. Minor entertained a small company invited specially to meet Mrs. and Miss Burr of Ht. I.oui«, Mo., and Mr-. IX Ed ward Burr, 1", S. A. (formerly Miss Katharine t.rei-n of Portland.) Hancing, cards, mtsic and refre-h --ments made up tlje entertain ment which was pleasantly informal. Those presen beside* Dr.' and Mr- Minor ami the guests Of the evening were: I'ol. and Mrs. J. Haines, Mr. and Mrs. (J. Mom- Mailer, Mi-sl>ean, of San Francisco, Mr. W A. Peter?, Mr. Alfred Holman. Mr. E. A. htroiit and Mr. B. Pelly. ODI> FELLOW*' BEI rrTlOit. Alxmt 15 members of Keliekah, Lodge No. 1, I. O. O. F. of Tacotna. t.ait I a fraternal vi<it to Rebekah Lodge No. 6of this citv Friday even ing. They were met at the wharf by a committee of Seattle brethern anil escorted to Hell's hall in North Seattle, where a reception waa tendered them A large numlier of people were pres ent and good will and merriment pre vailed. Music ami singing forme-1 the ! early part of the. evening'* amuse ment. then the floor was cleared and dancing indulged in. A l«ounteou repast wa« served afterwards and the visiting brethren alter expressing their thanks for the kindness and cor diality shown them returned to Ta coma on the early lioat yesterday morning. KWEKTIOK To Mil. WHITTAKris. On Wednesday evening last about oiemliers of tiie Fir.-t Baptist church of this city, corner Fouith ami Cherry stmts, assembled to 1*» formally in troduced to Rev. Mr. Whittaker. the new clergyman, who comes to succeed Rev. I'. .1. Pierce. Mi«s Rena llall presided at the organ and after a short prayer Mr. Whittaker cordially shook the hands of all present. In a short address he pointed out the necessity of united effort on tiehulf the teach iug< of Christ, and exhorted his hearers to double their efforts in this cause. Mr Whittaker is a fluent talker, possesses a piod delivery ami no doubt will receive cordial treatment in Seattle. He is a young mar. and comes from Mexico, where he has liecn a missionary for the last year. KASKIMA* It ItlOlt T* A. T.. K. Doctor C. J. Wetlieiliv. ri;.*ht vener able vice grand hierophant and grand organivr Kas-idian Knights A. K. R. of Kan>a* City, i- in Seattle at pre-enl for the purpose of organizing a priory in this i ity a jlt is < laime l by members of this ornerttiiit its origin dates hack prior to the birth of Chri-t The Ka«siilian* or Kssenei are tir-t nien tloned bv Josephus as existing in the days of Jonathan, the Ma.alsan, It* 1 ye.rs before Christ. In America the order has an existence of 35 years and i» very strong in numbers 'lf u.ti cient ineniliers are obtained a grand priory will lie organized to control Washington territory. British Colum bia. Oregon and Wyoming, with head quarters at Seattle. r.AKWKI I, litTKinsu. A large ntiml>er of friends ol Mr- Chick a->eml>led nt the residence of Mr. Handsaker on Thiril street, Thur sday evening last, to bid farewell to that lady ou the eve of her departure for Berkley, Cal . where "he go»s to educate her children. The evening was sjient in music and conversation. Among those present were Rev. A J. Hansen anil wife. Mrs. Vary K Scott, Dr. and Mr- Albert Forrest, Sift*. Fowler. Mi-s 1.1/, ie Oreen, Mr. and Mr, C K .lenner. Mr. and Mrs. I. Hand- iker. Mi - O. Vroon.in, Miss Kttie Vrooman. Rev II 1.. It.iU'- and Mrs. l!at. Mis- 1 Hell, Mrs. J. T. Ronald. Mi- Angus Mcintosh, Mr. and Mrs. Hia.Ji ce Vrooman, Messrs. i'. T. D\er. M. < Vyin Tvne. Ve-ev. A (•root, H. Famchcr, A. K Alvord and others. « \R|> TARTY Mrs, 11 Thornton gave a ijuiet little card party at her resident e. cor ner Kighth ami Jefferson streets, on Thursday evening last, in honor of th-- Mis-es Itarrettof Sacramento wlman at pre-ent her gue-t - Mu-U' and - 'tig was interspersed with the evening s amusement, and a very enjoyable time was spent. Those present were Mi-s Nita Hunt the Mis-ci Parrvi:. Miss and Mr-. Thornton, an ! Mi -«r-. 11. W Daker. P M Henderson. <• \\ Kischer ami 'ius Woo l» v an mss» R. Mr. Herman i'hap:n entertaini ' a number of the otßeers of the I >. S Ali.atross and friend- ..t . ittm r at the Hauler Club la-t evening Anions tho-e present were Lieut. \\ arir..' Knsigns K s-rley. M Cormii k and Pavma-ter WtUianis of the and Messrs. tS II Prv-ton, P H. Os goode. !t. C. Washburn. P H. S|»ar- Rng and others Mr R. W Ottridge of Port Ludlow is in Seattle Mrs. J C, llaincs visited fnend- in Taioma Friday. Mr- V Mcleod of Olympia arrived in the city last evening. Mrs (ieorge II Heilhron is visiting Mr- W D Tyler at Tacoma lion. Thomas Cavanaugh. of Olym pia. was in the city Thurstlay. Capt lloliert «d PortJand. w i- n Seattle during th<- week Mr. J. 11. Winn of Snohomish i sjiending a few days in the iity. W t<ramlts retameti from Po.t Town-end Thursday morning James Mci left for Ta. oma bv the early ls<at this morning. Mr Pre>l II "-parting paid a visit to Port Town send \\ednr--say la-t. Mi— Carr i W.-i Van- >:.»«, W T is visiting Mr« V \n»iis*>ii Mr II KouU an-l wde of Walla Walla are ref t- re*i at the O. ,-i lental. Mr. Cns*rjte Hyde Pre-! in attended tlie night hop at The Tan ma. Mr W P Itoyd returneii Thursday TH? SEATTLE POST - INTELLIGENCER. SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 9. I***. fining (ran, an extended Eastern trtp. - Mr - w - P . manager of The "pent Th.in.Uy in *!?- A. W. Prather and daughter • ienSj ' l * *** »t the Oc- Capt. W. H. Taylor left Tbursriav evening for an overland trip to San Franriwo. 1 W M «*» W J foffmas left * rviay evening for a month* viatt to « altfornia. Bwi **« th» jnieft of Mr* Anofr«Ml of T*r mj on Thurs day aed fnoAT. «r«. Cii-t lJbbr !*ft Thoraday BKimhtg :«>r a rhrw- month*' ririt to (neiui* in Maine. I>r. Barley aad wife returned Friday morning from a fonr month'.* ri-it to the Eastern -tatev Mr.. A. W. Wilxin.ski of Portland is raitiag her parent*, Mr and Mr-. W hjerski of tbi* city. Mr. \V. 1.. Gsxzam re tamed Thurs day evening from a ten-day bu-ine** trip to the lower Soand. Y f R p. Lc—ey. a young dentist of I hiladelpbia. is in the city and will make thi« hi* future home. Mix* Carrie Rice, clerk of the probate court. is home a rain after a two week"' Taxation at Juniata. Mr. Alf. Snyder left Monday morn mg via the * 'anadian Pacific f-»r a three month*' vi-dt <0 Elmira. N. Y. Mr. Humphrey Jones and farniiy returne<l from a month'* sojourn a't Banff, B <Tuesday morning. Mr«. J. I>. I/ivmui gave a pleasant Jiitle lawn tennis partv Fridav even ing to a few of her young friends I»r. H. M. Hall totik a flying trip Ea*t Thursday morning to the G. A. It. encampment at Columbus, Ohio. ♦'ant. E. M Carr wi'j reach Ellens burgh from tbe Ea-t in time to see the next delegate to congress nominated. J. fiarnes, chief clerk in the law offices of Burke A Mailer, left Thurs day morning for a visit to his home in Illinois. Capt. Jo-eph l»ii-kin.-on and Roljert McMahon are representing Seattle at theO. A. R. encampment at Colum bus, Ohio. Mr-, ' apt. O'Tooie, now of Bay View, W. T..but recently a resident of Seattle, is the guest of Mrs. W. H. H. Oreen. Mr. Charles A. Kinnear left Monday morning for Ann Mnrlxir. Mith., whither he rik-s to complete his cla»i cal studies. Mrs. Dr Kellogg an<l daughter, and MUs Bealeof Whidby Island, passed through the city Tuesday en route to Loekhaven, pa. Mr. A. 11. Reynold* ami Mrs. Reynold*, accompanied by Mi-- ' lark of Walla Walla, are registered at the Occidental. Mr. and Mrs. 1.. H. Oritlilh and Mr. and Mr*. Ony C. I'hlnney. left Wednes day evening for a visit' to Harrison M"t Spring-, B. C. Mr and Mr', tieorge Kinnear are visiting the A. K encampment at Columbus, 0. They left Monday, via the Canadian Pacific. Mr. <l. F. Farnsworth, son of Hon. S.J. Farnsworth of Detroit, Mich., is in the ritv, and has announced his in tention of remaining. Messrs. J. Hershberg, M. T. Oott stein and J. Lewis, of Taconia, were the gtie-ts of M». and Mrs. W. Kierski Thursday last. A meeting of the members of the Jewish faith will tie held in Pythian li&li this afternoon for the purpose of forming a Jewish benevolent associa tion W. A. Shannon. M. I)., of Toronto. Canada, will arrive here Tuesday morning to engage in the practice of medicine w Ith his brother, I»r. J. M. Shannon of this citv. Mr. an 1 Mra.Calef) Phinnev.the aged parents of Mr. Guy Phinney, will arrive here on the L'ird in-t from Mid dleton. New Brunswick, to spend the winter with their son. Mis* Annie Hall of North Seattle left Tuesday evening last for New- York via tlie Canadian Pacific, en route to lierlin, where -diegoes to com plete her musical studies. Mr. p. 11. Oilman, vice-president of the Seattle. I,ake Shore A Eastern, ac companied by Mrs. Oilman, left yes terday afternoon, overland, for San Francisco en route to New York. Miss Alice Weston of Portland. Me., Mrs. N. \V Blanchard of Santa Paula. Cal.. and Mrs. James 11. Russell and daughter. of St. John*. New Itruns wick. are guests of Mrs. John Learv. Mi-s Annie Ogle, of Vancouver. It. C , who has been the guest of Mrs. James Pempsey, of North Seattle, for the |> ist si* weeks.returned to her home ..ii Wednesday morning by steamer Premier. Mr. I*. It. Cornwall, president of the lllack Diamond Coal < ompany, Mr-. Cornwall, and Master Bruce Cornwall, arrived from San Fram isco Tue-day morning, ami left for Whntcotu on the following da . Hon. Wellington M. Clark, lute -j>eaker of the house of representa tives, will arrive in Seattle -hortly to engage in the practice of law with Mr. T. M R«HI, Jr.. ami will open otlice* in the new Yesler block. Mr W. 11. Ppton, Republican nomi lire for reprp-etitaUve for Walla Walla eountv. ami delegate to the territorial convention, was in the rity iluring the week, ami left for Kllensbnrgh this morning with the King county dele gation. I'ayina-ter Williams ami Kn-inns i Johnson, I'armenter. aril Mi -Oormii k, | of the 1 . S. fi-h commission steamer j Albatross. which arriveil in jmrt t Thursday, were entertained at dinner that evening hy the members of the Rainier < Ink Mrs. S I. rrimlle of Calaveras,Cal., i- visiting Mrs. Cant. Wnt. Newhall, mriier N'<\)nd in l t'nion streets. Mr. rrimlle accompanied In- wife to the i city, but left again Wednesday last for j his home. Mr<. Prindlc will remain here alsiut two weeks. Dr. J l'. lirasse left Wednesday cv« ning for a visit to his old home at Kingston. Out. During hi* absence Dr <ieo. K. Thompson, a young and! courteous gentlemen, ami graduate of the Philadelphia Dental College, will have charge of hi- oftice. OI.VMI'IA SOCIETY. Nlm l.evy'a Partj-Pl™l« at the Lake--Personal. OLVMN * . Sept. S Mi-s Vivian l.- vy.of Portland, who ha' for sometime leen the guest of Mrs. J. Harris, in this city, delight fullv entertained a number of her tiewlv made friends at the residence of \|r llarri- on the 1-t inst. Sev erai ho irs were delightfully passed by an observance of the festivities which were -<> well arranged by the charm ing ?ioste-«. and at a seasonable hour th.- .'Ui -t- took their departure, after having had a thoroughly enjoyable time. RU SIC AT XCXIXISTEB'S LAKF. \ very iilr.i-ant p-.cnii was in.! ili-ed in !"■ a lew |er-on- at M AUi-t'-r --lake last Sunday The party left this citv jti carriages at about o'clock Su'ndav morning, and two hour- later found them envying a row on the tranquil waters of the beautiful lake, or rejm-ing tn the -hade of the magnif ieeut tree- tor which this locality i« note ! Al" -rtion of the day was de voted to fishing. but with very limited •uece-v The party returned to thi citvq uite late in the evening, alter ha vine voted the occasion to have I Ist n one of the p:.-a»ant«-«t of a life-j time Those ire-ent were M —e« Kniina H«si EH Ktrkendah Mint • l.n.an Me- r- Manviiie. Ilannan and j Chri-tianson A. TB». The Jewish residents of thi« city verv agree at'lv passed thei" h '.lay la-t Thursday -on>e n-itine mu'htvif ine to* n<. and others passing the lay verv pleasantlv at home with ftiei.ds Trolling in the bay will soon I* Ibe chief awit-ement for the is-ople ot this . itv. Already the -almor, have began to bite, and fishermen say that it will only be a few days before hsh me is at il» pnnie Mr-. > M F. )ov.e* orffAnise a at the residence of Mrs. Joseph t litt t*rv with verv pwd s.; ■es- Mr- Jones's efforts in tbb direction in tbe Cst are «o heartily appreciate-!, that r daas thi- winter can not fail to be a Urge and enthusiastic one. mriXL Mr. Otis Sprague of Tacoma was in this city on Monday. Mr. t". H. Ayer made a basice-s visit t» Tacoma on Thorslay. Mrs. J. W. liregorr of Seattle ie tbe gue*t of Mrs I. C. EUi* in tbis citT. Mis* <ie-tie Philipf returned Sun day evening from a visit with friends in the Queen City. Mrs. L W. OstVander of Puyallup is in tlie city, the guest of her -ister. Mrs. Capt. McM: kin. Mr-. J»bn P. Ju l«on «if Tai cmia has been the neat of Mrs. P. Tnrpin in this city during the week. Hon. J. C. Breckenridge has been in Spokane Falls during the week taking in the Democratic convention. Mr. ami Mrs. A. R. Avers have re turned from a two weeks' visit with I friend- in Ea-tern Washington. Mr-. L. P. FeiTv of Seattle has been the guest of her parents. Mr. and Mr-. J. H. Munson. in this city, during the week. Mr. ti. R. Coryell, formerly of this city but now of -eattle shook hand* with hi- many friends here during the week. Miss Alhe Harden, after passing several day* very pleasantly with down Sound friends, ha* returned home. Mr-. William Jatuie-on ha* returned front a three month- -ojourn at I.ong mire Springs greatly improve-! in health. Captain S. W Percival and his da ighter. Mrs. T. S. Ford, have re turned from tbeir visit to the Hot Springs. Mai. an i Mrs. J. R. Mavden left on Monday mormng for the Mot Spring*, where they will proboi.lv remain for als.iit a week. Mr. and Sir-. John F. Oowey have returne>l from their summer vacation at Banff. Canada, where they pa.-seti a few day* very pleasantly. A brother of Rev. I. J. Garver from Helena, Mont., arrived in the city last week and will remain for some time tbe guest of Rev. Garver. Mr-. A. A. Phillip*, accompanied by her daughter. Miss Oertie. went down to Steilacoom on Thursday morning to visit friends for a short time. Dr. and Mrs. P. 11. Carlyon re turned to their Mason county home last Saturday, after passing several dava very pleasantiy with friends in this city. Mr. f. F. Bailey. a prominent attor ney of Chicago, arrived in the city Sunday evening and will remain -ome time, the guest of bis daughter. Mrs. E. 1.. Car«on. Captain and Mrs. Wm. M-Micken have returned from Mason county, where they have been camping during the (iast mouth at the farm of Mr. Geo. E. Thompson. TACOMA SOCIETY. The I.aftt llnp of (he Summer Season at The Tacoma— Notes. TUOMJ, Sept. 8. The closing hop of the season took place at The Tacomaon Tuesday even ing last. Kealizing the fact that this was the last of those popular dances, nearly every young person who lia,i received tickets was present. Sev eral were there from Seattle who took partjin the dance. Parlor A looked very pretty and many tourists who were pre-ent ex pressed them selves as being greatly surprised to see so many tieautiful and refined faces in the far West as ap (•eared at the dance. A lull is ex|«cted to follow and that gay young men and fair maidens vt ill take a re-t. This has been a lively season here and a continuous whirl of excitement in the way of parties, dances and moonlight excursions. The orchestra which lias lieen giving noonday and evening concerts, with thesemi-weeklv hops at the Taeoma all summer, has gone to San Francisco. The sea-on is practically ended socially. IS HOSOR or Til EI K XIBCrS. The most notable private party ever given in Tacoma took place Thursday evening at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Ceorge E. Atkinson. The party was gotten up for Mrs Atkinson's nieces, the Misses Kamsdell. Sherman and (iarretson. Nearly 100 persons attended and danced till morning to the strains of Pr»f. Baernstein's violin and his wife's piano accom paniment. This was the tirst party ever given by Mr. and Mrs. Atkinson since their residence on the hill, and it was indeed a swell affair, and one which has !>een quite the topic of conversation for the past two days. During the evening the host and ho-tess were congratulated sever al times upon giving the finest party of thikino in the city. ItOTKS. Mr-. W. (l. Rowland entertained quite a large number of her lady friends at her residence, Friday after noon. This was a thimble party and quite a new feature in -ocial events in Tacoma. Mr*, li. F, (iarretson and daughter. Mi-- Carrie (iarretson, gave a tea party at their residence last Wedne»dav afternoon. About 11** per.-ons attended the tea and were royally entertained by the hostess and her daughter. Tea parties have Ix-en quite the thing this summer. PFRSoNA!.. F. M. Wade has gone to Colfax for a week's respite. Fred C. Smith went to Victoria Fri day, to stay a few days. Mrs. George W. Alexander lias gone to California for a two months' trip Mr. Frank Scharff of New Jersey, a brother of A E. Scharff, has been in : the city a few days. Mr. and Mr-. William li Black well returned early last week from their trip to Banff Springs. Mr-. T. M Reed of Seattle spent several days here this week, the guest jot Mrs. l.'W. Anderson. Ed.Steirleft Friday his former home in Stoc'-ton, Cal. He | will l»e gone aiscitsix weeks. Miss (trace Campbell, a sister of Mrs. A. C Brokaw, who has l>een in i Tacoma all summer, left a few days ago for San Diego. i it\ Tre i- irer I E. Samp-on t <ok his first holiday to-dav since assuming bis present duties. lie went over to Seattle with Judge Buck of Lewi-ton, Idaho. Mis* Corts of Washington. 1' <" . who has l>een the gue-t of Mrs. C. K. I'lant v. and Miss (invie Marshall, the guest of Mrs. Lena Met 'oy. left yester day for Portland. Miss Cort- is en route to her home. Mi«* Julia Blanchard the fic-t of Xtrs. Tvler this week. The family of Mr Pudlev Blanchard of Seattle are getting ready to remove from that city to Tacoma"and will shortly w< - cupy a ho 1-0 on 1' street. Campaign >'o»eltles. New York Kvenin* World Election -lav draws nearer and nearer, and the ii-*t of campaign nov elties i* growing larger and larwr everv dav. The latet additions to the li-t in clude various article* of jewelry. There are cuff-button and shirt—tuds. with the pi.ture of the candidal" on each. There are also fancy. p.iper coxrered ranr* and unshreHas. known as the "Bandanna" and the "Tippe canoe An enterprising paper dealer has put a "landanM" on the market that Is made of Japanese paper It is a very ps>l imitation of the linen arti . le and is sold a: the price of |U> a thousand. \ SurnU) Sfhtiol slory. Albany Journal. A cemienian residing in the suburbs of Albany was called to the door by a rupee-1 urchin who said "Sune Nv have l*en -tealing votir pears, nii-ter. 1 wanted wome. but wouldn't steal, an 1 tho ight I would a*k vou to cive me a few struck by the hoy's honesty, the gentleman gave him a capful of but dirts-Jed the eardener to fol low him The man did so and re |sirt«! that the l<oy ran around the ojfTMfr, where he foaihl two of hi'* companions who were dividing the -tolen J«ar». and. adding bis own «ip i.iv to theirs, evclainted : lie tut like I a «u< ker. THE NATIONAL GUARD. ! wm* tw as wnm m m n nmrrn or nm stej»* Taken tm Orgmwlae a Bltt A»- •oelatioß la the Flrat Beclsaewt— roartaaarttal at Walla Walla— SswlutU* at Ceaeral OOlrer*- Frrwul Notes. | Matter* regarding the expenditure of national guard funds bare been submitted by the executive to the attorney-general, who will in a few davs render an opinion on the sub ject. The questions involved are of great importance to the national guard and favorable action is anx iously looke-i forward to by those who hare toe interests of the service at heart. The colors of the First and Second regiment- are expected daily at Olym pia. Their pre-entation to the regi ments will be made by the governor, with military ceremonies. Tbe national guard are anxiously awaiting the nomination of general officers of the service. It i* important that those seclected -hould be qualified to the [KK-ition to whi h fliey are elect ed. No man who ha< a piide in the national guard -hould accept «uch a nomination unless be feels him-elf equal to the duties which, if elected will devolve upon him. The days of dealing out militia nominations' a- a sort of political compliment are past. Either the people should elect capable officers orjjnsband the guard. A disposition is (tin/ shown by company commander- to enforce at tendance at company drill*. Without a good average attendance at drill- a company cannot expect to make a very favorable showing in public. Oen. 11. O'Brien, our very efficient adjutant-general will undoubtedly Ik renominated for adjutant-general." He deserves the honor. !*- is. army regulation*, paragraph 272T has been amended by ti. O. (i, C. S. as follows: Chevron* for a farrier. "A horseshoe of cloth four and one half inches long, and three and three quarter inches wide, worn toe upper most." The secretary of war has decided that hereafter the cost of transporting stores for the militia shall be paid out of the appropriation for arming and equipping the militia. The quarter master general has lieen directed to submit a plan by which this may l>e done so that no state or territory shall exceed its allotment. It is a matter of -peculation when Oregon will repay \\ ashington terri tory 112,'O) due ior arms, equipments ami ammunition furnished in IS,Twhen Oregon was in -ore nee. 1 and had ex hausted her credit with the 1 nited States. The growing guard of Wash ington could tind good use at this date for what should have been placed to their credit years ago by pokev old Oregon. ti. O. No. 8, C. S. Adjutant-general's department accepts the re-ignation of Second Lieutenant Fay Fenton, Co. It, Second regiment, Ji.fi. W.. on ac count of removal from the territory, and grant- honorable discharge to Privates E. \V- McKinney Co. I), Sec ond regiment* John T. Russell Co. A. Second regiment; Uobert I'. Treeman Co. D. Fir.-t regiment; Ixjuis K.Sohns Co. 11. First regiment, on account of physical disabilities. (>,O. No. 10, C. S. accepts rc-igna tion of Fir-t Lieutenant Dudley E-hel man Co. H, Second regiment," on ac count of change of residence. Honor able discharges are granted Privates 11. 11. Ames and T. 11. (iwinn Co. E— physical disability. Special orders. So. li, headquarters First regiment, N. <i. W., convenes a court martial in the armory of Co. A, Walla Walla, for the trial of Privates William ( onion and Ed. S. Kimmerlv and such other members as may be brought liefore it. The detail for the court are Captain M. McCarthy. Co. A. lieutenant E. S. Isaac-*, li. IJ. M., and >econd Lieutenant Thomas I>. S. Hart, Co. A. Second lieutenant B.L. Sanders, Co. I>. has l>een detailed judge advocate of the court. Steps are lieing taken to organize a rifle association among the marksmen of the First regiment. Among other things contemplated is an indoor title range, where "-'(JO, 300, 500 ami SUO yard targets will be established for the practice of members. The military gun will l>e u-e I with diminished hall and powder. Such a range for prac tice in the winter month will prove a great incentive to jiuarfl-man. and will leave the men in fine form for next season's practice, when it is expeeted that the official target practise will be inaugurated by the territory. Second Lieutenant George M. Weigei. < ompatn H, First regiment, has tendered his resignation to the commander-in-chief. Company I), Captain Keilogs. has received it- new uniforms. Theotlicers and men are well pleased with the uniforms, which are spoken of as "fitting like gloves." The company rooms in the new armory are being fitted up very slow ly owing to the scarcity of well seasoned lumber. The First regiment band will dis oour-e sweet music to the as-embled Republican hosts at Kllensburgh next Tuesday. They will accompany the King county delegation The Seattle Kilies will resume their regular drills next Tuesday evening. POUT TOWNSKJiD SOCIETY. Sim. Morgan's l*»rtj- General Per sonal Mention. Port Townsenh, Sept. *. A delightful party was given at the resident of ('apt. .las. and Mr-. Mor gan in honor of the birthday of the captain. The evening was pleasantly »(riled away in whist, music anil dancing. Among those present were: Co!. an<l Mrs Oliver Wood, Mr. and Mrs. H Livermore. Mrs. stratton. Mis' Mollie Brooks, Miss Anna Jones, Mi-s l.illian Miller. Miss Lucy Little field. Mis Minnie Hastings. Miss K!la II ish, Me-srs. Frank K. Jago. I. H. Pontius. Tbeo. N. Mailer, A. t'. Phil lips. Lvman A. l.isiey. J. A. Wood, Warren I. Hastings. K. K. Penn and I!. L. Miller. MBS. HASTINGS * PABTY. A few friends were entertained at the residence of Mrs. Lucinda Hast ings txi 5 o'clock tea on Wednesday afternoon Those i.re*ent were Mi-s Minnie lla-tings. Miss Mollie Brooks, Miss Anna Jones and Messrs. "lheo N HaSler. W. J Hastings, L. H l'ontius and K. K. l'enn. peb*o*al. Mrs. W <>, Chapman of Taooma is visiting Mr«. Lieut. WiUey of this city. Capt Henry K. Morgan and Mr. I>. S. S«erdfiger are in Seattle on busi ness. Mrs Captain oiand of Seattle is vi-iting the family of Captain C. <-• t;il»«-rtof this city A large excursion from Ports (•amble. Msdison and Ludlow is ex ported at this city to-morrow. Lev J. A Campbell, <■ W. -ec. of the I O. t«. T.. wno has been in this city ail the week, returned to Seattle this morning. Captain H I- Tibltals. who has been -e'io.i-lv ill for some time past. i» now erow ng rapid!v beltw. He will prolv al.lv leave th;- city in a few weeks to -j*nd the winter in California. Kev. J. S I'eni-on, pa*torof the M K- ch it' h, accompanied by Meajrs. \ilen Weir. J. H Van Bokkelen and John lx. kh.irt, i« attending the an n ial -e-»k»n ..f the M. K. conference in Seattle. It is the general wish of tt;e 0..n--regation that Mr. l»enison be j b«»re A watch charm that is tiling well . km.*u a* the " Presidential chair.' 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