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IN SOCIAL REALMS.
Moody's Meetinga Detract From tfae W«ek'a Doing*. ITatabla ®r)»a-Whlai Party—raro well Satkrrlat-il Il.mof.uaeb Party -Prosn Other ClUae. The pabiJr. talad baa bean more or lea* aantared aa rellfioat topic* thro*(ho«t the week. Ererrbody bad beard or read •f Moody, aad at, almost every oae attend ed t.U meeting* There ware thoae. how e*ar, who got away from religion lato a ■eaaon at aortal coneerae. wbi*t rturr. One of tba moat <<ure**f>il prltve gathering* of the aeaaon waa the drire wbi>t party glrea by Mr*. Jwhn Laary. at bar re*idenr*. t'trotr of Heeond and Mad; ion. Tbnr»day erenlng. The event wan in honor of Mm. Leary'a aiater*. Mra J. H. Eaaa- n. of Ht John. N h . and Mr*. S. W Blancbard, of Callfurnia, who are paying aa extended rl*it In the city Rare flower* were ranged artl»U«mJ!y In the well appointed parlor and draw In* room, amoag which were J* paaene ehry«*ntbemom*. roeea. rarnatloua. ha- Kla* and «pra*a of mignonette. The rlrh tof hot briuae plant* blinded with the aaat floral dl*p ay. while EnglUh ho!!y with it* ripe red berrie*. added a featire aoloring to tbe plctnra. Chlaeae lantern* awlnglnc from balcony and window rmtflde *hed a pleating colored light on the neatly trimmed lawn. A large number of inrtled guest* aaaem hied la tbe bright and any apartments, and fifteen tahtea were «ecapi'-d aa tbe evening** contest mm engaged In Neat aeoring tableu were provide! tbe gneata. and much Inter< at waa evinced In tbe laaoe aa point* won and lost were duly chronicled. The rov*l jn*?.** vera won b» Mra. B, t.atiert and Mr Hell hroti. Mr* Catlinand Mr.O H Klttingarb* lag wtiafied with the booliiat. A *pe«-l*; prise wa* rarried off by Mr*. V Kellogg, who aaaerted nndiiputed right on the ground of a "slam." The game lasted until an early boar, whea the weil pleaw-l gae*t* departed. Tbe follow tag were orient Mr and Mr*. Arthur. Chief Jnollre and Mr*, c E Boyle. Mr sad Mr*. W. K. Boone, Mr and Mr*, it. Baxter. Mr. ana Mr*. A. M. Brooke*, J adze sad Mr*. Tho* Burke. Dr. and Mr*. Bagley, Mr aadMtaJ. Blanrhard, fb-nator and Mr* glgrne Canfleld, Mr and Mr*. Catlln, Capt. ana Mr* De Wolfe. Mr. and Mn J C. Ed warda, Mr. and Mra. Erigle. tx (tor and Ml*. E I' Perry. Mr. and Mr* J. Kurth, Mr and Mr* Porre*t, Mr and Mra. B. 'rat ■ert, Dr and Mr*. Gra»»e. Mr and Mr* Fred Grant, Col. and Mr. Ilaller, Jadgr and Mrs J V. Hoyt, Mr and Mr* 0. M Haller. Mr. and Mra. W A. Harrington. Mr. and Mrs F Hanford. Mr. and Mr*. Hallbron. Mr aud Mr* W A. JeoniDg*. Mr and Mr*. f>. Kellogg, Mr aad Mr«. Geo. 11. Kittinger,Col and Mr* Lyon. Mr. and Mr*. Lowman. Mr. and Mn 0. A. Meigs, Attorney <.eoeral and Mra. Met>a)fe, I>r and Mr* Thomat T. Min rr. Mr and Mr* M. K Maddork*. Mr *H>l Mr* McMleken, Mr aud Mr. Jo* McNanght, Mr and Mr* Seufelder, Mr (od Mr*. Kundlett, Mr and Mr* Keed. e* Oov. and Mr*. W. C. Bquire. Mr. and Mr* Btrare, Mr and Mr*. Manderaon, Mr and Mr*. A. K. Stewart, Mr and Mr* Shield*. Mr and Mr». J M. Thompson. Very Kev I>ea:i and Mr* Wataon. Mr and Mr« Whit llewy. Mr. N W lUarirhard. Mra. J. II Raasel!, Mr*. Alden, Mr*. Brown. Mr*. M Miller of Oakland. Cal., Madame .NVu feldr.r. Got Eugene Hemple, and Judge W*ite of Portland. jrVKKILB OPSItS. As wa< announced some time ago, the Heattle Jnvenile opera company will pra •ent ••patience," or "Buiithorne's Bnde'* abont Dec. 21 and 22. Following is a caate of charsrters which will be assumed Colonel Cftlverity Harry Frederick Major Murgatroyd Max steinle l.lent. Dnkeof l»uuatable KraukfCarroil Reginald Ruutbornc. Harry Adair Arehibald Orosvenor Douald Smith Bunthorue'e Solicitor . Monte Whaling la<iy A nee la Sarah Carroll Lady Saphlr Rnhv Bray lady Klla i>anUht4-r Hughes Lady Jane OlUe Miller Paticnc.- Lottie Beldoa The following officers will superintend the management of the company Musi caldirector. Mrs. Wlllard; manager aud lit—llMil Mr. Chct Kelly. ae« retary. Mr Chas. Wilson: stage manager, Mr Max Steinle. Tbejnveniles mil eupp«»rtail by a choir of forty.volces, and everything speak* favorably for the success of the event. tRO* MOU'SK*' »4LL. The iron molders' ball, which takes place in the Armory Thanksgiving eve, rromlsrs to anything of the kin 1 hat has been given iuthenlty Many new features have been introduced and the people have cbeerfullv rrsjHtuded to the unique invitation. The Vancouver mili tary baud has been eagag«-d. which all lovers of good music should endeavor to hear, \mongthe lew featur«s will be a bonbon dance, the first of tne kind In the olty. Tbe ladles' programme* are finely executed and can be sren in the leadiuv Front street stores, while tbe gentlemen's programmes are novel. There will also lie * number «-i molds exhibited fr.<;«> the different fouudrie* in town, and duriug tlie "wee *ma' hours" there will be cast with molten metal a propeller for an ocean steamer. A» the ball will be first cla>* throughout, arrangeutenta navel«eeu ma<ie so that the pleasure of the evening will not be marred by the presence of objecuou able jtcople. SX!<tATC baaATIHO aOCISTY. There was a large attendance of members and frieudsof the Senate Literary and Iv bating Society, at tbe Friday evening meet ing. to lUien to the programme which had been in preparation for two weeks; and, if the applause that followed each member may taken an an index of its merit, all who took part in tbe prucerdingi have reason to be satisfied with the result of their efforts. I'ndertlia admiuUtratiou of Mi-»s Florence st4»well as president, the erM lety is in a more prosperous condition than ever before Foilowinc is the pro gramma as delivered Essay, "Adventures of a Hunter. Hugh langston. reading, "A music teacher's visitors, ainclair Mil ler. flump speech. **Cons«ilatlon for Demo erat».' Krrol Cabanski; pajM-r, "The Ex tiuguidker," editor Amos< ramer. dialogue, "Aunt Jerusha s mistake.' Misse* Harton tod shepard and M»ssrs Howe and Waltx Uwsi decided to give an excellent public entertainment dariug ChrUtmas week, and • committee was appointed to arrange all preliminaries AT UOBB. Mr and Mrs. Jimv* E Morriaou, who have returned from their utddiag tear, gave an "at home" Ttiareday at their new boma in North heattle. The ooucratula tions of the guests were exteuded ihe h«»«t and tkMien* en their entrance upou the •ew home life, and cordial wUhes for their prosperity an>i iiapy in ess w* re expressed by a'l present Following is the li*t of luviied imstr Mr and Mrs John Uary. Mr and Mrs. l>. H Want. Judeeand Mrs. *ond. Mr and Mrs J It Mutineer, Mr aud Mis 11 X! Hill.hr and Mrs. F.sme*. |>r. and Mre. Hal) Mr and ■rv J S Hi(«rlow. Mr aud Mr* rmau, Mr. stid Mr* Fred H Petenson. Mr and Mr* K A Fay Mr and Mrs'J F. Mttiratb, Mr aud Mr» I» a M Keas e. Mr aud Mrs J P Mi Denu It, Mr aud Mr« Sin latr. Mm. Weatherfurd. M-»s Pearl Wt athi rf«»r*i and Mufcr* t if Kitteucvr. Alfred Hol »atr F s. Museetrr, Wm L Kusaell. Joe 11 Wright and Mr Comfort. OPB DtNNga. 'he Bolitical campaign of IWM. rf 6 ** a elun in existence which, af'er me election w«s oxer, found itself In tbe pmestiou nf funds whii h hare remained jeibe treasury ever sin*c Its working •wee ©on * lit ed «»f an executive committee etßtt«en ] » ommtltev he. HIH JU- t y.* l Bruaswiek. Thur> lay < veuing. ■». i , r . atTW r and laste^i ua ll l o'« «n k There were uo prepared masta or **t speeches, but mauv remi aiseenee* wrre recouutcd. aod it oat a uierTv The committee aud invited I»«t, . erT M,o ! Manniac. W M'lrham, |t || Kent. Jr. lockrao » if Wllfc.n. J M l ink. M M S, (1 sunpaon. r J i lark. L r A (.ar.itii r, F 1' Vounf. 1 * "wtiandS K Cloa*h. • KASI> A Kit T H VLI Army ha I is a in, unccd t<< be ,v/T *' Turn V%re:n hal Tuesday e%eu!B»r ua*e» *r "I s . invitatious f»r which Will l»e ia a lew tia>» Tbe Army Corta aaare*. which appear on tb«-reverae aide « the »,raid A 'rat bad— w! be printed tbe invitation ?n a 'arper form, with war ewb enis Theo-x ef tb«-pro mJi tear s. ene It is tb« . teutioa of the manscement to M>a t n pains cr expena*- make the \m\\ a dei '.et! sao.y« in T -' IV ANS CCOUKt On Thursday N .v. I; » u r 54 r imaie". Fvaasand M:»» Emma n« Coomb*, a. }otned in r arnacr e» he home ~f the <v(Bciating t rgvma . J»iaF immon. lb< t>r,i pa » ■Jbf M' tTotr.aa I w «ht. K.. «ncb. IZ M A the brides A'ter a brief si *uru in the c»ty wbJ" llUv ' ' 4rt> returned to K-auki.r uere Kr anil Mr* an* expect to re»ide r&(t«AKLI FAtTT I' h- . or of V -» H, Oak a 1 <or hef <u?UfT In ( '• -aiurda> morning, «a» lea ** Jxi * Krr? > Thura*lay even etrL..' 'IT r olnr s *'"- Madi«a*n U »,*• ■ Tt-rry was a>sist*»d by M^s« ■ rnerssH, and M o Mamie Rank, and a evening wa« spent in •WMU games and dancing •einviud «ue»ia >tere Judge and Mrs & P ■on. MimJ. MeDo—ld, Ml* Hatffe 6lKh Mm Asitt Bml Kin B4m HaR M— WWii. Hitter. IftaOlliTlfiS.MS; '«»• Hayt. Mi* Martoa Casfieid Mim Mamie bate, Mh» Menem |M Kmi C*aa. Wfteo». Chaa *wrr7rZ-4r"?Z5 Harold umitb. Che*. K»lfy. fn4 Gavh atodtfrmitar.T Kelfa^ Leuaie MePberaon and Fr*d Rank*. kbth i>*T r»rrr T*o birth day of Mn p. P. Carratl waa PleaaeaUv celebrated Taeadav avsiag al »*r raafrfttft, earner Kimh and Madiaa* A scroti*- w orgaaued br th- EES. w " 'peal. maa*c. «oag and wbist helDi *upp -mentod by aa excellent re -2? Mr". Judge Sfctfi sri-vsaays*2 intim. Aloarbaoa waa givea by Mr*. W. E Seventh aad **reera esterase The following la I VJT n L ' bar lea E Mra M. A Langdon. Mr*. Tboma« 5 » Jofc " Art bar. Mr* I;. X Jeoaar T t J B Metcalfe! JJ T. T M oor, Mr». wA. Barnsctoa Mjv Warbaw. Mn. W. A. Jeaata«*. Mr> K " Mra P. J. Graat, Mr*. Cloak. lot!'. Mr*. Everett imiUi. Mra Geo B. Klttinteraod Mra H. P. Whitney raomiL Mr. P. H. Stamen of Jooeaa. Aiaaka. •a* In tba rity darlaf the week » 1 « t '" > by the Kolfbta of r*thlaa about the middle of [terakr I>r. P. 8. Winiama of Payailap wa* in Seattle daring the early |«rt of the week J - M. £. Atkliuon left oa the Wa!!a Walla for Han rraartaeoon a abort bncseaa in p. MUa d3>ie Reynold* baa returned from Cahtofala, where the ha* been t«ytog a Mr. and Mra (ieorge Hall aad family have gone to Baa Francisco to spend tbe winter Mi*a Carrie Holmaa of For laad. ia rialt ing her si*ter. M'* T R. Fumpbrey, of Una city. » t'apt. J. P. Pratt, <>f tbe ,-oaat lurvey will occupy tbe reaideace of Mr. Geo W. Hal! daring tbe winter Mr. Thomaa M. Richardaon, a Portland raoltalial. who ha* been r.ailing Seattle, left for home lam night. Col. Henry I-ander*. preaident of the Flr*t National hank of Port Towuaead. wa* In tbe city early la the weak Mr. B W. Hautooa, well known In this city, baa gone to Han Fraorix o to engage in tbe atudy of civil engineering Mra. Cbaa. McDonald aad family left on the Walla Waiia datarday for Oakland. Cal.. which will be their future home. Mr. H. H Ham,in of Moauc«llo. lad., who haa *pent a fodr months' vi*u with relative* In tbia city, returned to hia home Tuesday Mr Cba*. K Baker aad wife are at tino hninish, where Mr. Baker ia engaged in re hulldlng the £uobomiai3 bridge for the rt . U A E. Ry. Mr. and Mr*. Jaa E. Morrison returned from their wedding toar Monday, aud have gone into their new home on Willow street. North Seattle. Mr. aud Mra. Mnblhoro, with their fami If. have returned from a lix moiirb*' tour to Europe and the Eaatetu states. They ar rived by way of California. Mrs C. M Bartou aad Mr*. 8. W. Wall, the wile* of two wall known ia orsa journal ito. visited Seattle vetterriay and returned hotna iu tbe evening Mr. T. M Jbaulton, of the firm of Gra ham A Daulton, was married at Oakland. Cal * Nov 14, to Ma.fc Mary K Meek. Mr. and Mra. Ltauiton will make oeattie their fa:nr* home. Mr. W. II Boot of Portland, nuperln t«ail>:Dt of the Pnliman Pala/e Car Co., ai-compaun*l br hia wife and hl« alater, of Cukimlu. I» vititiuK -cattle. The j.«rty leave for Victoria t<> tiav OLTMI'IA MOCIKTT Pleasant Musical Kntertalnment- Ksatlsi Party—Personal. OLvnriA. aSor. 24. A very pleasing musical entertainment was enjoyed by a uumber of guests at the rem deuce of Mi»s Janet Moore. in South Olyninia. on the evening of the 16th mat The great attraction or tbe evening was a violin which was exhibited by Mr (Wo M Savage and which is tbe property of his friend. Prof. Poster of Chicago, who was his guest iu this city last summer. The in strument isof tbe Mradivariu* manufacture and was made In 1713, beiug valued at IIO.OW. Amoug leading musicians this violin is universally known and is con sider«d one of the beat in the Inited States. its tone being ex 1 tremely soft vet very powerful. Prof. Francis of VlctoriA was present and executed some magnificent selections on his wonderful instrument which were very heartily appreciated by his delighted auditors Pref. W H Roberts presided at the piano, and as usual delighted those present with MM verv flue selections ! l'he vocal selections by Mrs. Chllberg were also well received. It was quite late when the guests took their departure after having nasaed an evening which, to the music loving people present, was one of unal ioyed enjoyment. Tnose present were Prof. FraueUof Victoria, Prof W H. Rob erts. Prof. B W, lirintnace. Mr and Mrs. Ja» Cbilberg, Mr Frank M Goewej. Mr. <*eo. M Savage. Mr Out. Rosenthal. Mrs. » M. F. Joaes, Mi»s M:anie Freeman, Miss Mi«» Janet M«K»re. Mtsu F/na Mm»re. Mr Undley Moore and hil t>erg. UlTKTt*<3 I'ABTY What is pronouueed the most cntovable banting expedition ever had by the Olyra nia Hod ana »<un 1 lub, was their annual bunt au last rtaturday and Mou lay Tnis popnlar club ha* a most excellent banting around ou >i»qual!y fiats, which they have leased from the proprietor, lion. tieo. D Shannon, for a term of vears They have constructed a very comfortable ho se on the laud, furaishvd Uic »aiuc witl> all modern (H>nveuieuces. aud in this they re side alien tbey visit the fiats. A party Of ten visited the place last Satur day aud remained until Tuesday, during which time not oue moment paseed but what was thoroughly enjoyed by aM preaeut The shooting ua* not at its best. but the hunters were very well satisfied with their au< ceas, the party bavin* kiiled over ion ducks. The ch;ef enjoyment, however, is usually had in t amp where the jolly uimroda indulge in M3ng>, anecdotes aud social couverae in terspersed with mi«t excellent aatablvaand drinkablee, prepared by their corps of Fraui h cs>oks. The ex(»cdition this wee* ua» uo exception to this rule, although it was pronounced by thoae present as having beeu the most enj<»yabl** which was ever had by the eiub. Tu<»se preaent on this oc casiou were, Capt Win M Micken. Hon. Frank 1. Itiodgett, Hon. T M Reed, Hon. A. A. Phillips. Mftsr* <»eo. A Witliaias. A. J tread way. Heary Sabm. John P. Tweed. Herbert McMickcn and Geo it. Mills. WBIST TART* Tbe Skookmn whist beM its bi weekly meeting on last W<dnc*dav even ing at the reasoanca of Mr H B M' Elroy. A large numb- r waa in au l pa*aest an extremely enjoyable evening, playiug whist, l sU'ntug to tnaso at srlec tions. and |uirtakiug of a delicious lunch whtcu bad beeu prepared for the occasion Tots club baa eitsted ouljr a ebort time, but ite members see the advantage of It iu a social way, and they uow wonder why they did nat sooner start this pleasant cu» torn r xaeon A L. Judge M. A Hoot was in Tac »ma on Wednesday. tJcn R U O'Brien vieiWd Tacoma laat W'eo maday Mr P. D Moore of Mason county waa iu tbe city on 1 aesday W J. Mi troy of North Yakima was in the city during tbe week. Mrs. Capt. Wm McMicken has been visiting friends in Seattle duriug the week. Mr c R- Clay pool of Tacoma was in the city last Sanday. the guest of '»en R. C». O'Brien Mr. B.C. Woodruff, after a three daya* visit wtin friends here, returaed home to Steilacoom Iset rat unlay. Major and Mra. J. C. Breckenridge were tbcgaestaof Mr and Mrs. tleo. l». Shan uon at Nisquaily last Suuday Major J R Hayden returned ou Wed a< Mtay from a f%w days, aojourn with his namerous down tountrv friends Mrs. Bnrkett aud her daughter. M sa Marv. have returned bom • from an ex tcuded visit with friends tu Port Town scud. Mr. Charles A Burr of Seattle passed a few hours in tbe city la«t Sa:arda>. shak tug bauds with bis numerous old time fileuds Hon John F. Gowey Saturday evening from Spokane Falls, where be bud been the guest of his friend the Hon John L. W ilawn for afew day a Mr J. I> Y«s»man of InflkkK N V.. is at present tbe gueai of his old friend. Hon I> Shannon of Nistjually. He will probably remain several werks A MIMsTBIi I'Olt 47 \KAB> %n Ortogsaarian Who Will Freacb la Seattle To-l»ay. Rev J J M a who arrived in tbis city a few week* ago will prva* h at tbe Christian 1 hnrvh this eveulug. an old time sermon of fifty years ago, to which the public are cordially iavttrd Tbe Akron. Ohto. daily R-a>«wa of t>ea»ber 22 has tbe following tribute At tba cla«e of the n rm>« ye»ter\!ay m<»rmnc *t tbe .second Chur-rb of Cbr.et. tiir t*aator stated tbat It »a« the auani m- u» d*«ir* of th«* rvmrreeet'ou to bear a f« » « »M* of farrarell from the reserubir J J M.**. a h«> «u to U-ave tbe nest day tn }>uh» *ob« la Seattle. WaahiOfton Territory Father U a rttp»cdrd u> tbe rvsutei with «ordt thai brought letre to BEATTLK POOT-INTKLLiGEMCML SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 25, Im. yy aaember* of a* wmm«u»». Soto Mil HIOM.-itl T. hWtri, 2J®" k*WHe»»«teite»«» T «t "■ t *- Tter M tett "** I by «*• MUM mmuter of tfcc woe* la tbe early day* of the RfraiUM "Wffc U«e church of Christ npnmtM TWlr kaptiam ai that lint na «ar.der*d by the orthodox U««. Ufa Geo. Ferraaoa ho bad known "bea «« bar leer**. WMi tba Jrmk ba bad keen associated !n Aurora. Mocadova aad Akron. There w*r* those ia the ««- frefan-m wboep parents ise kad baptised. He exhorted all to ba faithful so tsat .!-.oagh they «honld aot bum on earth '<* a they might meet !■ haavea. Father Moa* uns year* old. For m ytan ba baa heea a faithful follower of his *•* " year* ba ba* preached tba Word of God. for one af that ac* ba ia remarkably wall prese-ted La bodr and ••lad. It Mid scarcely be added that ba Will be miaaed U« Mar** ?pr the *M tbia evening with hiadaughter la la*. Mr O. C. Moaa. aad Ms rraaddaagbter. Miss Mtnals tacoma »u( irrr. rtasow SL. Aib«rt X. Nation, of Tacoma, I* vt-itlag Sati Praseiaeo It to ramnred that 1. M. Rials ia urn to be united in marriage to an Eastern rouag lady Mr. aad Mr* George Btaorhard have been apendsng several Oay* la*t week at the residence of Dudley Blanchard. J W Dolpb, l a ted Stair* seaator from *t*at three day* ia Taroma last *e* k. He left on Pnday for Wa*biagtao, Mr. aad Mra. w G b'ewett. who weat down Suosd oo their bridal jourrjey. sev eral dart ago. have r-turned to Taroma to make their home The first annual ball of the Youag Men's Institute No W. wtil be held at Wheal men s ball on Wednesday eveaing of thl* week- This will baoHof the most enjoy able affairs of tbe aeanon B W. Cotaer, prosecatlng *ttarsev of Pierre county, left the city on Wedneidav for a abort visit to lowa. W H -neil ba* beea appointed depatv prowuting attor ney durina Mr. Coiner'* a bar are Mi»a Townaead. who baa beea here for aereral montba. retarned laat hnti4a» to her ;n>mt in Illinois M.«a flbeafe of Heat lie paid a alait to Mia* Towuaeod the day before (be left the elt*. it. K Manning. rlee-pretident of the Pa- Hflc Xatioua) bank, accomnanied by hia cliarrain* young bride, nee Lcn y Haw. of Columbia, Miaaonri. arr:ee4 bere laat i>osday and are making their hom-? at The Taroina till the Rnrbealer ia completed Mr and Mra Cbarie* Keicheaiiacb en tertained aeveral of their friat!<l< at their reaidenee laat Wedceaday evening. Thla waa In honor of tbe marriage of Miaa FU.ranoe Frank of Philadelphia to Mark Ooldaralih of tha: city. Mu< Frank ia a uieee of Mra. fletebentjacb. Quite a large number were preaeat aud a joily erening wan pawed A FAREwTir BANQUtT Chiff .(antic? Boyle Honored at His Old Home. Handsome Testlaaoalala From tb« Itench and the I Jar of i'oioa town, l>nn«jh aala fniontown (Pa,l>etnocrat, Nov. l-t. Prev ions to the departure of Hon, C. E. Boyle to assume tbe duties of t b ief justice of toe supreme court of Washington Ter ritory, tbe members of the litr of Fayette county wishing to manifest tbrJr appreci ation of the honor conferred upon aot of their m»kr, as well as to a«*ure Mr. Boyle of their pervmal g ratification by hia appointment, entertained him at a mag nincent banquet in the Fulton bouse ou la»t Fridav evening The baudeome parlor* of the Pultou houae were brilliantly illuminated for tbe occasion, and about M> persona were in at tendance In addition to tbe members of the bar and students at- aw a number of personal friends of Mr. Boyle were nres ent by invitatiou of the committee. About 9 o'clock it was ann> uu«>-d that the Lai • q«t( was ready and K. H Uidwy, master of ceremonies. escorted the guests into the elegantly arranged dining rooms, where a magnificent banquet, con»istiug of five courwe, was served. Hon. C. t. Boyle, Hon. J K. Kwiug. and Col. John Collins were seated at the head of tbe table. Tbe entertainment was a grand success in every particular. The mirth aud jollity of tbco' caaion was not inteirupted by any speech makiug. It seemed to be a general understanding among tbe guests that it was a social aud not a literary occasion, and that everybody should enjoy thera ■elvef, and everybody did. too. Shortly before miduicht the guests retired with the universal verdict that they had had a good time, a very good time. LITTER or THE BAR. I'moktowh, Pa.. Nor. 1, ls»8. I Hon. Charles E Boyle. Chief Justice of Wafthlugton Territory: I that fa a few day* y«»u will i»are your native town 1 for I nimt dlrtatt and important part of; t.ur country. It. a»«ume the dut:»*a of chief Justice of the *ut rcm«* court «»f Washing j ton Territory, we wish to inauifeat our preciation of the honor paid to our bar in your appointment. and to assure you of our personal gratification We therefore tender to you a banquet, at sach tim** a - you may de«iguste. before you depart for tour rew field of labor and u*efu ti'M iu the piofeMion in which >ou bate borne so couapicnoua a part for many tears. IJopiug thst you may find it both ro.iveuieut and agreeaMa to accept thia in- Tlration. we are rcape«*tfullr. J M o*ilree, G W. K Minor, K W i»awMti, Jwhn K. Ewiag. H. L Mnntiat, Paoli H Morrow. I>snlel fiturjei on. I> M. Hertxog, J a mi*** l>arby, W G. Guiller, H L Hobin«on, M M Cochran L. If Fra»her, I> W McDonald, Ira E Partridge. K. P. Kennedy, Oe- »rga D. liewelt, Iboa K Wakefield, II P Detwtler, Geo H. Hctchiaaon. Jame* C. Work, A. C. Hagan. W J. Johnson, ll F. Hopwo^l, M'»nr»»e Hop wood. 8. E. Swing, John M C» re, A F Down*, W A Heeg. F M Fuller, (Jeo B JefTriea, F II Reppert, Henry A Witt, S, A Potmdatone, K'.ia* Hatfield. John C\ Mahou. Howard, Edward Campbell, K II Undaey. \ 1) Boyd, sprinter * Morrii, Jame« H Uoover, Kathauiel Kwing, S M Bally, Wm Hunt, Wm W Parshall. W c McK**sn, A K Cooper. J Vf Van Swearingen. JllMiE eoYLt * acrLT. I'muirrowN, Not 2. I*3*. GEKIXViiEN —I acknowledge the re ceipt of your fsvor of >esterday, tendering to me a banquet, a* a man;fixation of your appreciation «f the honor paid t* our bar. aud a* an a*«uratice of your personal stratification. bv my appointment an chief justice of H akhioatou Territory. Recipro cating the kindly feeling indicated by your letter, a d desiring to once more mret the membera of the bar in a body, also the other gentlemen who have joined with them in add rowing me, 1 accept the honor tendered; and in compliance with tour request, uamc Friday evening next, ibefth in««t . a* the time which will beat anit me Very respectfully, etc , * C E. BOYLE. To G W k Ml* or, E«q . Hon. John K Ewlag. Paoli H Morrow, E-q.. and other*. AW VTIIiTK raOM THE BESCH. Judge Kdwiu 11. ritowe, presiding ju Ire of the Court of Common Plea* No. !. Pittsburg, aent the following letter Mea>- M ur* I that 1 cannot be with you Please allow m«\ however, to exprvaa through yoii my high regard for chief Jua tier lot!*, both a* a lawyer and a gentle man 1 have long looked upon him a* equal ia ability to any lawver who hat ever appeared before me Waahingtou territory ia to be congratulated that it ha* l'onnd so able a judge I atn uiu h mis taken if hi* judicial career doea uot prove to b»* one -Old Fa*e»tf will be proud of and any of us might envy. In haste. Very Respectfully, EDWIN R STOWE. PirrsacE'f. NOT. 7, MW. Mcrsm G W K Minor. George D How ell. r*. i~ Motrera?, Comm tree DIAIBIU 1 beg to arknewieuge re<-eipt of your iaTi tatiou t<» attend the r«t>quet to t»e fiven to the lion C F. on tke erening of the yth ina! , aud to express my rtgret that I caunot accept the umr. owing to an en gagemrnt ikat will require me to be in a di»taut p « « KM U* *ou'ds<frrd me pleasure to uu;te with you in bearing leanrsony to the eminent ability of y<<ur »ii»tmguiahed goe»t. ability of which sur chief mag »t?ate h«« shown his appreciation by (Wfiect.ng him tor the ira ps>rtaut position t«» which he has been ap pointed to his reputation also, achieved not by superficial qualities, but by devo tion and industry and sienal energy and honesty in tbe discharge of pebtic dutlca, by a well-regulated judgment and the highest patriotism I >olu you iu Wishing our esteemol friend S*CC« AS in his new field of labor, and health and happmrss m bis new home S.ncereir yours. JOHN M KENNEDY. WAY* neat/no PA., NOV 7. IN« G. H K Minor *u.l other*. CMKittot i»Ks(tl■ wi* —! bare tbe boeor to acltoowl **itr roar eery kind JerlteUoo to »u»ni in* banquet to be fireu *t the F«;t».o b«-nee on Fridar eremite uexl It would fire me great p>ea»are to be present on that or ration *od Ujui *how ray eateem for Mr B«e!e and my at>i rec:a:son of hit tutu character and abilidee; but I f*fr*t to «a* my eofef**n* o: * ®o* permit my twins from hora«- at that time. Very truly roam, JAMES IKOHRAM FURNITURE! If j*u are feing to buy furnitur* it will be to your interest to examine oar stock and get oar prices, for we have the largest stock and the lowest prices, "the same quality of goods considered," of any furni ture house in the city. We have and are constantly receiving an im mense stock of BEDROOM SUITS, PARLOR SUITS, SIDEBOARDS, HALL RACKS, BOOK CASES, EXTENSION TABLES, OFFICE DESKS, FOLDING: BEDS, And everything that is to be found in a first-class Furniture Store. 0. W. LYNCH & CO., 117 Commercial Street. BALFOUR, GUTHRIE & GO., SHIFTING AND GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS. CHAMBER .OF COMMERCE BUILDING,! TACOMA, W. T- Importers of English Steel Rails, Pig Iron, Fire Bricks, Fire Clay, Coke, Cement, Fine and Common Salt, Tin and Terneplates, Sal Soda, Canstic Soda, etc., etc. Advances made on shipments of Lumber, Wheat, Flour and approved merchandise and produce, to the consignment of their Houses in Liverpool, and Val paraiso and correspondents in Australia. Balfour, Cuthrie A Co., San Francisco, California. Balfour, Cuthrie A Co., Portland, Oregon. Balfour, Williamson A Co. Liverpool, England. Williamson. Balfour A Co. Valparaiso. Chill. frtt THE DUNLAP MEDICAL AND SURGICAL LNSTITITE AND DISPENSARY : Incorporated under the law» of Washington Territory,l Yesler's New Block, Junction Mill and CommerciarSts. pKoomt 20 and 37. Seattle, Wash, Ter. Permanently established for the autTwfni treatment of Chronic, Nervous. Special and surgical of men and women. Designed and incorporated for the special and private car© and iaocessful treatment of r**r!*ons suffering * ith diseases of the Nervous System, all Chronic Diseases. Diseases of the Hrart and Brain, Naaal, Throat, J.ung and Cheat l)is«e*t*s and Asthmatic Affections, Urethral, Re<?al and Anal Dis eases. surcHal and otherwise, are treated by our new and painless methods with uni form and gratifying success. our curative agent# in reachiag disease are remedial specifics consisting of the oxidtzahle phosphorescent forces of nature, specific medication reaching and curing disease at once —T SPECIAL DEPARTMENT FOR THE SUCCESSFUL TREATMENT OF DISEASES OF WOMEN. In this class of disease with my large experience and uniform success, I have every confidence in saying to ladies afflicted with auy di«ease peculiar to their sex, that by ray new methods of treatintr : they can he relieved and cured oftentimes In a few weeks treatment. All Urethral disease® are immedatiely relieved and permanently cured. spermatorrhoea or acminal inrontinmi-e, a disease which exhausts the whole nervous *\%\rxn. is manifest to the patient and often guessed by the careful observer This disease does not always imply impropriety, as it mar exist without the patient's fault. It is characterised by impotence, debility, palpitation of the heart, melancholia irritability, au unhealthy accretion mixed with the urine, pain in the head, bark and limbs.confusion of idea*, a tendency to avoid society with an inclination to solitude Many unfortunate sufferers who have de«paired of recovery after spending much time and money in the hauda of others, have been restored to virile power and health by mv treatment. the remedies in this special direction are remarkable agents to restore lost nerve power, and are an invaluable brain food. • natneut tonic that builds ap the impover ished blood stream, aud restores the mind and body to a high degree of power, re freshing the exhausted uervons sy>tem and must effectually and permanently cure all caaea of uervons eshau«tlon, premature or otherwise The treatment of diseases of the air passages and lungs, such as chronic nasal catarrh, iaryugitis. bronchitis and consumption in its ln< ipient stage, both throufh cor respondent* and at the Institute constitute au important specialty. All s'ifle*r»*rs from consumption, nervous, chronic aud blood diseases, brain and heart affection*. dyspepsia and indigestion, paralysis, nervous and physical debility, loea of nerve f>rot and power; and all who desire pure, neh bu*»d with increased strength and vitalitv. and all those whose vital power- are failing and who feel the need of a viUxitstn# »»t tc oratit* r.*4 r^torniivt treatment should consult me at once. So fxpee t stent* or Treatment safe and sure in all cases in harmony with the great laws of nature. Often times only one cor.suliatien ueressary, baiauee of treatment without any interrup tion to buaineea. Send for circular. 8. B DUNLAP. M. D. Office hours 9to 5 dally. to A evening; 9audays 9to llonly. Consultation free and correspondence solicited snwefrAw BOOTH & BRISCOE, Abstracts of Land Titles, H»T» the oklwt u< moat rtliabl* trt af abatrart Baoki la tha caamrj Kaoa,, 3 and 4. Tnltr-Lnrr Kulldln* J. SCI (RAM, STOVES AND TINWARE. COMMERCIAL STREET, SEATTLE. Call before buying foods In that liae. . . P -IST. AEMBTBONO & CO., Livery Hack and Sale Stable; Managers of Seattle Transfer Company. Flral-claaa TirnoQU. »rd»r« lllxt at mmy hear dmy or »l«tat. T«i«phnoe 41. oaee r»rn«r Main aad seocmd «tr*«ta Pharmacy Hall' Northeast Corner Second and Columbia Streets, SEATTLE, - W. T. MO RAN BROS., Iron Founders and ]\£achinist», AND DIALXE." IS MIU uJ touln: taftneer*' rapniiea, Iron. Bra Mud Wj* «nd rnmttm and Water trmm doodt Ma. in at Bolt*. Cop Set and l*fhcTTWi (ttffai* »»d Hand Pmnpa How *Kfcte« and w«*e; Cylinder andoUwr LabrtcattncOUa; SU»m hcatlu* for pablir and priraie baildln**. W* k»r the moat complete plf* raton* and threading machinery aort* Prasriaco Land and marine enr-n**. and all kioda of ■afhlttrry bailt and re paired. We hare on hand and (or tale tow, wcond-baad en«iaea and boiton. |f Hill meet, oomer Railroad arenae Po«o«ee box Afr (fry W ONDERF tJXj "V^IjXJES X2ST NEW CLOAKS, GLOVES AND CORSETS. P. Centemeri & Co. Kid Gloves. New Lot. P. CVntemeri & Co. FCid (-Moves. New Liot. liffi'*. Harrta s Dress Krin Corset. THE LEADING DRY GOODS H 'USE dMr o*7 3