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"CRNTLB SPRING." Tke Vernal PeaMa Iwkrd l»y Decided Bffas of dalety. AWwk Full of Interesting Happenings Military Ball - Presbyterian Bazaar—Opera—Chnreb Bociala. fcilily b Tinai, Otyyta aad Part TiaaiH. m uatrt or ie»i Fair la tba float) of wnawr dan. Wboo the gata of peer! aaotoeoe, Ac M wakaa tba iHtle drope of daw Ta qaieorlacaof delight, Aad thread* tba aiaiaa of fee fareet Ob M of tba flying night Soft la tba omm ot tba aoamtar atara Wbae tba fereriab day la near, Wbaa tba faya are afloat la alitor aara. Aad tba doaky rootb ia a row, Wbaa nrer tba aaaab of tba dreaming CMMM Tba Mlata of tba fcontain creep, Aad tba laagald aara of tbo drowey b«o«« Art wooed by tba aong of tba deep. Bat tba damllae baaa of tba morning fail, Aad daU are ita golden laaaaa, Aad all tba light of tba atara crow pale Ia ny darling'* Under gianeoe; For tba atara may ebine with a tboaaaad Aad a myriad annbeama fall. Bat tba tight of Ira tat a wemaa'a eyea la tba parent light of all. —Stmtml FMM Peek, tm if. 0. Timm i/tmoemt. Tba part wank baa baaa eaa of aoe aidarabia gaiety la Bnattla. Wa baee bad aah opera, aa ai tract Ire baa tar gala, eeraral Cbareh aoatala aad a anm- bat of private eoterteiaateate. Tb* lomi, for lb* Ini part of Utt mk' wore dark and treaeberoas, bol this did not mum to esrlo asly effect parties p« ll(A the important aoeial « vents oo sorrteg at that time. With Tbanday MOM a abaaga, and it la to ba hoped that tba baaatifol day" that have jaat paat an foreronneri of a long aaaaoa of deligbtfal naUxr atmuos ai*D oaix. Tba ball at tba skating rink on Tsars day evening laat, oodar the auspices of tba First Battalion Band, waa qaite largely attended. A boat |AO wen real laed, whteb will ba devoted to paying tot tbe new saiforma. Tba affair waa eoadaeted by a moat deaerviac srganlaa tloa, aad a large somber of well known people ibowed a commendable iatenat ta Ita welfare by partial paling in tbe amusement of tbe evening. Tba tier waa well aovarod witb danean and tba galleries contained a goodly number of friends who attended merely to look oa aad aae other* enjoy tbeiaeelvea. The daaaaa wan wall wleoted and thoae who engaged in tbem appeared to be ia tbe bapi.D at spirits. Tba moaie waa far niabed by tba Battalion Onbeetra aad tba gaiety of tba avoaiag waa broagbt to • oiuee a little after midnight. Tboae preaent wenOapt. aud Mrs J.O. Halaea, Miaa Josla Livingstone. Mia, Latimer, Mlae lioardraan, Mlaa Halter, Mrs. Htaoev, If let Ooffmaa, Mlaa Annw Hall, Miaa Smith. Mra. 001. Lvon, Mlaa Jordan, Mlaa Wright, Mra. Adair, Ml«a KUia BoMaaon. Miaa Moraa, Mlaa Morgaaatem, Mlaa Jeana. Mlaa Tarry, Mra. Terry. Mlaa Ste waa Mlaa Oonnlev, Mn. Booth. Mlaa Arnold, Mlaa MePberaon, Mr. and Mra. Wilkioaon. Mra. Martia, Mra. Tboraali, Mrs. Ho#, Colooel Mailer Captain Cart, Lieot. Kellogg, Messrs. Baker, Hatfield, Dswson. Kellogg. Bbarpa, Parkins, MeHeaoey, Mor ganatern, Kocbn, Froeeb, Stan Sw. V H. Smith, N. K. Mm* tbe. Haw. Lonaiae, Htraet. Fraatoa, Htaw art, Ortflltb, Smith, Feafield. Booth, rerry, Ooomba. Meany. Hot, Has phrvr. Coulter, Klnnear. McKeoo. Far tar, Tboraali. MePbarann and Mtereaa. raxarrrsaun aaaaaa. Om af lb* ni«t intorarting aranta of lb* week «m the Basaar bald at the ftkMing Bisk <»■ Toeeday tad Wadoe* <Uy iwiiHt hy Ik* Presbyterian 8a olrty. Tk« weather tu oat all thai eoald bar* bare desired. and there vara ooonter attraction* la lha ally; bot far all that oar people turned oat la quite lar«a number* and a rtrj good aiaad ■am wa* reahxtd from tka a*l*a made by tka fate attendant. Tba ball waa taatefally deooreted auto flag* and Inn ton*. aa« with tka eleeerly wrurd booth* pre anted an attraotire appear anoe. Tka booth* vara artiatieally got tea op, and (m prwiided over by yoong ladioa baadanmdy arrayed in tka eoe tnmra or dlff rant Mil nalitiea In ad dition, tbara vara ooantor* for tba eel* of a beet of faney artiolee both aaafsi and ornamental aa wall aa for th« eer* log of toe oream. oaadv and olhar re fresbmeata. Many of the eortame* •*** rieh and elaborate, and In than, •alee* were worth nolo* to am. The •oonewa* a brilliant one, and on tha ••oond evening the plantar* waa greatly hightened by lb* preaenoe of the Firrt Battalion Band, which dtaooareed a ■••bar of flat *al*etk»* to appreeia M*a tlrteoera Hearly $390 war* raal laad by tha entartainmant. «uoc ornaa oowraar Mia* Adelaide Bandall and bar eom rany appeared at the Opera Hon** on Toted** and Wedaeeday la*t toaadl enaee that were altogether too «e*U. eonrtdarina the exeelUoer of tha two performance*. Tha Mrnaot waa pre •entad on the Aral eren'ng and Fra l>i avolo on the *eaoad. In the Bret natued work the oompany wa* aeon to good ad rentage. Miae Bandall eeaayin# the rate of Bet Una with eh arming graea and aaiT*te. Tha other eharaater* were wall taken and the atom*, altboogk •mall, did famarkabiy effaetiee Hereto* Fra Piaeoio ta ennethiag of a higher order and the troop* did not appear eo mooh at home a« on the peeetoea eeening. Mia* Bandall, howerer. waa exoallant and peoeed bareelf an aatremi and eoenltet of no'mean rank. Ibe mnatanl naaompantmeet wa* painfaUy weak and tba bona* far from aordial or enthmtoatis, and ibe arttete worked therefore under dtOenltiee It ia only fair to any tbat the orwann uien te a etrnng one. There ia aoote inferior tal enl. bnt meet of the m where are good etegare and aeton, and the ahoraa work i* remarkably fall and eeenu e»ni*r extu. Tba BaptM eatertatament on Friday earning wae a ptoararabte affair. Thar* waa a large at tec duo* at the ebarah to *wjoy the following pr» giamme: Ooapet hymn, Mogre«ati. r . rending, Mr. A E Hoe»«; geapvl hymn, aangregaimo: enng, Mr. (win*; leetta tton. Mm* Bohmeoe. ana*. Mr. Twim: orattoa. Mr. O. A. Knoa, readiac. Mr. A. B. Uowaer. I'poa the mmpte Hon af the ordrr of rxrrrteee to.iee preaenl adjiarwrd to the puiore aid partook of a boanufal r*pa«t. mraauxi aocut.. Tba r altar tan itowety had * pieaaani eeelal •» the remdenaa of Mn. Bto*k tnaa on Friday *reaing leal. A eery ta toteating and aejoyable program o>e waa offered MMMiet ef tnatramantal and eooal as awe and raawatiaea. Tito par Vera war* prefaealy and taatofmty deao raHd with Siwera and auwa end pee —nted a eery atrraauea apeearanaa. A booitifsl iwtiitiit M s#4l Hi XkMe wa* a large Catherine ef tint* J*o9»* M th* MethodHt I'finwtokt CIHHVII mi ¥ Tit&n y f g os tto# Q9o&* rtaa nf a aoalal peea by MM little Chrtattaa Workere Om two bnadrod SSr'aT'aoto * «M yoaag I ba oat: Sean.-W.leomi," Little OhraKea WorteT; rwitatea. Wtaate feeder; Mitobeti; teat. Snow. root tattoo Etbel AaaHa; M l Woe, Flora Kitaheli; daet, Liaate Grown aad Mabat Ward. Ike enter UI.«»l br»Mbt a^iiki: wi ba Tba Jobs F. Mitt** Fort, G. A. B. bad as aatertatetac eoetaJ gathering • a Friday mm at wfctoh a kuw* pamber It wan etpeated tbat Dr tba atty wootd read a aa| »r aa tba Ufa boaor tbo Peat la named; Oat ba waa aa fan a ante); anabe to do tbl* oa tble n> atmmn. Wreartbeieee a eery ajiytkb by ibe eakeraaa aad eoearal dan Mlaa tiooa from Mn. Barton There wore a DOffibef fMit&SlOßf, ftffttWMf ttWB MM of a bnmoroaa aatere by Mr. a O*- I n ■ »kI - - - » a -lit -,-,t DWB« WDRW ww rfWITTO WlifJ lioat faenr. Btntrta wore m>da be Depart meet Commander Carrie, Viae Oom mender O. & Jebaooa. Mr. F. W. Beekar of Oolfax aad G. W. Balkeo of tbn MiOer Port. a noarara UOWUIM. Tba eaaatioe wan aakad not loat Mane wa* not formed in Maattie. Hwooldbn diOoelt to ffiee a (ood naaun for tbo noeetlatoaoe of anab aa arsaaiaation bate. Certainly better opportonitiM soald ant be foe ad tkta tbeae offered by oar barbor and taken. There ia, to ba aara, mora or tear aanoeinc aad aoaM plnaanre rowinc, bat, ao far an wo aaa Mara, aotbinc la tba way of eeiaotifle abail raaioc aad little at ao anaie •ealliac. There MO not a few booting men ia the aosunoolty, aad wo ttellnee if aa ieteeoat waa oaaa awakeaad ia the •port, aome fairly rood arewa miebt be UifD#d oil from tic mtflfhl sft who ware eetbaaiaatia boating na at the time tboy wore diffgiac *P Greek roota aad Latin atama, aad there are eartaia to ba ether ooiiatriaaa who, Ihoocb they amy nrrer bare handled tba ear, were loot? boekera oa raoiac dnya If aeme tori of a boat olob ware formed, ao doabt three old oaramen woe Id interact Ibomeoirer ta it aad, by their inatrootioa and knowladne coined from experience, aid materially la pet Una aaob aa inetitntioe oe a trm fooodatioß. Aa oar oity giowe and aa enmaa mafrapnlHaa karatertatrt, we man bare an ma of the leeeer attriboiea of a metropoia; aad a «ood beating an Moialioa ia oao of them area an aaonuL Tba roada a boo t HwMa an not ao (M aa tba Parisian boulevards and for that mm oarriaga driving beyoad tba etty llmitt ta not attend ad with ao mnob pteaenre and esjayment aa a whirl over tba Ckmmpt glymt. Tba eoontry a boat ta a fine field for boraabask rtdlog, bo* aw, and it la on!? reasonable la expect that oar peopl* will ioMjarate a aeriea of ploaaant driw a ehrt*l aa aooa aa delightful w»atber aata in and tba earth beooasea aoftloienily dry and firm. Al ready tba I eat two d*ye with their alaar skies and warm suns ban brought oat a few to nuke a flna display of horao manabip We hear report! tbat ta tbie way aiooe aan wa basin to appreciate tba baaatiaa of oar oity, for It ie only on e bone that aeeeee eta ba obtained to thnae point* where tbe proapeot ia aaoeually Boa Many of oar etreate an aa yet in an unfinished ooodition aad it ia laipoaaible in a carriage to reach aitea In tbe city where eone ef tbe noet eiqiisite pieoeaof landaoape an pnssaled to view. Horseback riding farniabaaan ateniee that ia highly recommended by the very ableet pby aicians, and tba old and tba voang oaa indnlge ia it witb an it benefit to themselves. With ao mash that ia beau tifol In aatare at oar very doors, it woald eeem many moat ban tbe deeire to loapeot It from tbe beat Isoatioaa, aa peotally wbap '* eta b« accomplished along with beal>bfat and iavigoretlag borsebai k riding. All tba dalle, gladae and fonat rec<eee«, together with re tnnte and eeoioded epota • verlookiag the bay, lakea aad mountains, an to be reached oa a bone aloaa, aud oar eity ought in time to beooate qaite a eentar for eqoostriaa Internets aad perhipe ia tbe fatan a alaoe oelabrated for tta fine boraemanand horsewomen. Mavmaaaß. Mr*. Maariaa M M okaa entertained a few of bar friends in a mast agreeable manner at a Newmarket party oa Mon day evaoini laat at her h sue on Dnioa street Tba afatr waa aomplimeatary to Mis* Oowlee of O ympia. who had been her ga*rt for a taw data Anions tboaa praaent who enjiyed tha rooal and lnrtramaatal aelaa-iont rendered were Mr and Mr*. J.C. Hainan. Dr. and Mr*. T. T. Minor, tha Miasca Joaea, Mia* littler. Mini Btra»*. Mia* Oowlae. Mia* Binary aod Maeera Pally, Our. Oolllaa, Sharp*, Prerton, Atbarteon and Hoyt. Hranuu A brilliant wedding took tlaoa Selur day night at the Nervaiiaa Lather aa Obnreb. earner of Wtaoonain and N >rth I)rwa» • treat* the high aantrarting partiaa bains Mr. Ola Aarad, of Seattle, Waehiagtoa Territory, and Mint Ma tilda Patoraon. of thi* eity. Lam be for* tba intacertlng ceremony waa par formed the aaered ediHoe waa filled with an eipeetant arowd. all anxioaa to wit naa* the aaptial* of the happy pair. Tha ahanaal af tha ahnrah wa* beaati felly adorned with ebotoe flowere aod eaargraeaa. Bt. Bey. Hoy me performed the mam ace rite la a aeioena and me it tmi-reaai** meaner. The bride wa* *l* gnntiy attired in white of apotl*** parity and wa* the eyaoware af ail aye*. —®*n Ctatr»te»hr. Alien a Ma*on. of Taaocaa, I* to the ally. Mr. Thoeaaa Barrett, of Skagit, wa* ta towa lad Tbnreday. Ml** Stnotair. of HnobomMh. I* to tha oily netting frienda B'ohard Okbara. ef thM stty,epeat laat Tbaraday ia 1 aooma. Mra. Ciptaia Hbelby. of Fort Gamble, I* al preaeal ia Sea I tie. Dr. U. B Bagley apeal part of tart weak ia Port Oamble. Uaptaia and Mra C. J. Noy«* eMted Maattle daring the week. B. S. Flood, of Man Franotaao. ar rieed la Seattle oa Friday. Benry Meßnde. of Ml. Vernoa, waa la Htotttl* laat Wrdoeaday. l*ator D'Jorap, of Oto<lady, epeal pari ef la*t week ta S*aMle Mr. C&arlea Cklmaa. of Taaoaea. Tie itod thl* rtty on Wedneaday. i. B Aadrewe. of Fait* Oily, waa to th* etly darta* ihe part week Mr. H A. Fatrektld, an altoraey-at law of Wbaioowt. M la the rtty. H W Th lei ton. of lla O B1 X. CWmpany. wae in lown laat week. J,"Woodward and wife, ~f Port f own •aad. am ta Ihe etly I at Moaday. Mim Nannie De Waif rrtaraa to the Aaaie Wrigbt Seminary toaMrrow J F de Matte*, ex mayor af What mm. M registered at th* Branawtak. W. W. Ujtoooh, of Han Franoaeo, waa aotiard *a oar etreate laet work Mr. Oeorga MotVoarU returned iagt Taatday from a trip down th* Soaad. Miaa IVUa B« rdaa retaraed from a rtoH to laMWM MM I o ad.y -niag. Er*. T J Miwt will .<aaapy th* paiptt of the F.tat M. t Oharwk today. Mr. aad Mn. W. M. Purling, of Portland, are now lewdeat* at thM arty H. D. BarOoar, of toe Orerm gtton UM> h at pawaeat ia the Soaad eoaa try. MtotQun* While, of Pidttga, wa* la towa dartag th* pert waa* naiuag ftMcda MM* Mary Brm left fat Pan lead o« W*4aa*day to rttu bM aatgr. Ma Ma Oaiaky. Mm u*r, H. k Lary, «* SEATTLE DAILY POST-INTELLIGENCER, SDN DAY. APRIL 24. UI7. Taeaiajr. Catted Stoma itmw; «Ui tn- JWjtaß fcM auk lo th« 6I»T Ml Mm. Htrrieaed MM MieacnJohanoo and Harwitt an ijgitlu« Mr. ud M" v.Umu. Hi. G. i Deiaoey. the OMM Col tartor for llarta, loft te hta pert oa WHlHlilJ. Mr. BimMi mother of Oeptuc Wrnwnddd. uriwj m town Mat Tart day tvinfm. Mn. Praeht, of Sitka, uiMlai tke Aaoae yiwiw led win proceed at oeeeto Potted Jodgo All ye, of the Biwl iadteial Datnet. paid tbo Qnoee Cay a abort noil lael twk. Mr. T. G. Wilooa returned from a Mica Fannie Paddock, of Tioama. ia iliilln Mr*. Wtuuloaey and Miaa Biaanhard of Una e:ty. Mr% 0 L. Tarry paaaed tbioagh thie city Friday on bar m; to Port Tm aeed. where ehe will makearatt. Mr. Edward Eagliah, of the Arm ef Clothier * Eogiiah, Ml. Varaoa, made a bntaMifiat to Woaltia laat Wedtieeday. Mr. aad Ma Frank Btaokpole, of Fir, vara peeeeegere oa tba City of Qniaey laat Toaaday, as their way to San Fran Mr. JT. a MeKaigbt baa aaoaptad a pnattioo with tba Gardaa Hardware Company, aad will enter upon ba new Mre a WUknaoa, who baa beea eialt ■oc frioada ia ihle oity for the peal few daya, ratnraed to Taeoma oa tbn Clue Browa yeeterday. Mr. Harry B.Spaoaar. nf Loa Aocelee. Oat, baa aos«i>t><() a paattion ae oierk in the effioe of the Paget Monad Shore Bailrond Oomptny. Miaa Lain Cook, of Dtoafctoa, Oal, la flatting bar aiater, Mr*. Doaglaa Tenaa, of tbia oity, aad will probably remain bore dartae the ee merer. The moatbly reneption of the T. M. a A. waa hoM laat Friday evaetog la the rooeae of the Aaaooiatioe. Eighteen now member! ware votad ia. Mr. E a Biker, freight oierk oe the doeke of tbo Paget Bound Shore Bali way Oompiay, loft laat Toeaday for a nail to bia home la Kingston, Oaaada. Mr. Frank H. N-wkall laaren for Alaaka thie week. He wiU art ae en giaaar aa the Alnakaa. the em ill eteamer rnrmiag op tbo IHiekeea rirer from Fort W range!. Miaa Mny Littlewood retnrned to the Eaa with bar father on Taeaday She eajayod her rieit lo doettie ejeeedingiy. aad aende many frieada amoog nor ;oaog eooiety people. • Mr. L. D. Wtehard, College Seeratary nf tae International Committee at the Toons Men's dbrlMlu Aaeooiation of New Y irk, will addraaa tba meeting of tba Aaeooiation tbia afternoon. Mr. Faalkner, tba representative of tbe Herbert Bancroft Publishing Com pany. left veaterday on a trip to Thnrs toe aad Lawk counties. He will re turn to Seattle ia three or foar weeks. Preaident Powell, of tba Territorial Gaiversity, who hae for eome time past been ooaflned to bia home by aeriooa illoaaa, hi greatly improved ia health, aad waa aeea oa ear streete yeaterday. Mr. O Daviea, oar popular boekaeller, ooatempiatee leaving far the East eome tiiae tbia weak He will probably ex tend hla j rnrney ae far aa Mew York and Buetoa, and espaota to be abaeat eome six weeks. Mr. M. 1. Beilly, who for tbe past two yean baa beaa aating aa steward and olerk at tba faooma Hotel, sailed en the Eldar laat night and will aaeamt the management of tbe Carlton Hotel ia Paaaadeaa, Cal. Denny Fletcher, of thia eity, has ao eapted the position of train diapatsher for tbe Northern Paeifin Uailroed Com piuy at Eaenebarg, Yakima ooanty, aad will leave In a few days to take ebarge of tbat effloe. Oeorge H. Littlewood, tbe IlUaoi* baaker, who baa been stopping in oar miist for tbe paat all weeke, left for tba Kaat on Toeeday laat. He waa vary faverably impreaaed witb Haattle, and saw fl: daring hla aojoaro to make eome real estate invaetmanta, whiob we trast will prove sofflaieotly profitable to war not bia retain to thia eity to take ap a permanent realdenoe. Colonel John K. Sayera, of Ben Fran olaoo, arrived ia thia eity from Victoria lb ) 6rat of laat weak, and, after a abort scjoaro, started for bia bom* by the way of Portland. Tbe Colonel findathat tbia aoantry agreea with him and says ha baa tboraaghly ecj iyed bis wander Inge over the tteaad. It moat bo ao, for be looks bale aad hearty, rseem allng Priaae Btsmarek mora and man every dav, Mra. W. H. H. Oraeo pave a vary an jiyabie dinner party on Thareday even, tag in honor of b«r syeter-in-law, Miaa Ada Unen. of Jaokaoa, Miast*aippi. Tboaa present wan the Miaaea Jonas, Miaa Terry, Mr. Chariaa Baker, Mr. Howard Baker a d Mr. L. H. Bray lea. Mr. and Mrs. MeFarlaad, who ban been engaged ia miaaiosiary work in Alaska far a* »a time paat, an paaeea gen oa tba steamer Anson, wbioh ar rivod from tba North yesterday. Tbey an oa tbotr way Kaat, when tbey in tend making a sense of vistla among friedde aad nlativs*. Tttaat Wilin. "It la jatt foar yaar* ago today ainoa I Brat rial ted Seattle, and today Igo tbara to Ilea." (aid John Arthor, E q , I net evening. a* ha bade eome fries de goadbya. Mr. Arthor left the elty a few wwk* ago for Seattle, where be *eem* to hare arranged to looate permanently. Be ha* been In the oily far eereral day* Axing ap hi* affair* bar* and yaaterday, a* Mated, h* la *ompeay with hi* wife •ailed away to Seattle to reetde. Mr. Arthnr baa been a landing member of tha bar ban far the paat foor year*. LM fall be waa the People', nominee ror tha poeitioc of Proaacnting Attor ney and be made a gallant nana for tbat oO a. Be bay been earneetlr im portuned to remain by th« leader* in the t'aion Labor party and aeeept the oaadtdaey for tha City vttoraeyehip on that ticket, bat the mdaoemeot* ba*e failed ta *bake hi* parpoaa to aim oat bia pfeeoaaeieed (lane Ht» depart are M a matter of much regret to a large mrate of frteodi bete. rbe erent of the peel week eooially waa, of eonree, tke reoepttoa gieea by t'aater Peat, U. A. B. at the Alpha Opera Hwier. The eeeat of the preaeat work will be the pmeatuion of "Mieheei Eartr." by lha Taooma Dramatie Amn eiauon of tbie oily, fer the Firemen'* beneSt. A ornaber of gaeata from Seat tle are expeeted. A pleeaaat iiule party of fire eharterwd the Be>rte oa Monde* laat aad (teamed dowa th* Soand. beat oa a ooctbiaatioa of baainaaa aad piaaaara. The baeaw wa* tba inapaotiaa of eome land netr Se .Hie, and the pleaaare wae the mak inc the moat of the «atlag. Atmndaal pror letoo* were token along, aad aa ample rqaipmeat f r oaaaprng oat. The pert' w*e made ap of Mr*. Dieid Leie tor. Bee. Mr and Mra Mteeey, Mr. and Mra. Boggiaa. 4 D. Bogae aad A ilea C. Maaon. fhe aocapaay retaraed to Qbe rtiy oa Taaada*. Saa Kraooterw paper* Male that John B fcpragoe. aoa af Oeeeral i. W. Ilpragaa, i* *>on to marry tha d»a<hter of Cap*a>a i. a A tee* wo-to af "B we I Verooo aeeaae. Oaklaad. Tb» paper* are to error The aame of the proawee«*» groom ■ J-bo 8. Baker, a yoang merehvat af ttaM sty. Taooma baa tomporartly ioat it* Mar Saairte ta the per«o of MM* Lilt* 'Alfialer, who hie gone to B;<®kat,» Falta far aa estoadad nan. the Fall* people anil be ahrewd caoagk to at enor reoogn I - bar rare ability in the inter pretal a aad raadiu --a of *«<•« maato aad eaa ladi of broad edaea i a aad catiara (toe * me here frxa H * tea aboai tftree year* rgo aad kn* **** * aa* bald 4 rat rtao* a* a aoto ptanMu and leetoer Her ability baa beea re iff by *■ H ffherwv d. oar gtaakart A*tottota ptoalrt ta a m •ospltanaatoiy txtograpk tettar. pe»!4JUf« ef Blwefciw le ie *• , i A- Cwrtrti oi IMplu. lwiuav • «*»U» W 1.8. McMtUtt. at «b» Wj. mini ban i few days rgo ami wttl make bis home m this stty. gmrialnil D.vwa, •< At Outoa Bill «m, tMiirtt TMmh dorma the »w> J. B. Mitohsfl, Jr. arrived ia ths ait* during the wwk, after a trip W EhUR H. P. f im 6ib Fitooan. B aN , wife, who have been btnatee last fall, left last weak far Hit S. B. Polly, wife at Freight Clark Poilry, at tba railroad wharf, left Monday far Walla Walls where the will be the sweat of Mr* P.B. Jihnsau Mrs Waller aad child of Party are i—illrg ia the ottr. B M. Clinton of Portlaad la at the Haletesd Boess. Mr. W. G lowland aad wife, who hare beea eaat foraeearal weeks, bare Hllftl WUkfl. in UOXDO. Perhaps the readers of the Fonr- Ifnuisncn are tired listening^ narfonasasas of the St. John's Mosteal Society, bat it Ojmpta has something to boast of in this, if not in aay other direction, it ia only fair and right that aba should be allowed the opportunity to do an. On Wednesday evening after the oom-, pany bad relumed from their trip down theSound,tbe wß'ai thought it ad neeble to give oae last parformanoe of he Mikado for the benefit of their Maaieal Director, W. H. Roberta, and in reepoass to the no ioe issued, Colom bia BUI on the above evening was erewded to sxoeas. nnlil even standing r*om eould not be obtained. Tbe per formanes wis folly eqaaL if not eope rier, to that Riven at Frye's Opera Boose. Seattle, on Saturday laat. rhe eeoond act was well done aad teemed to carry tbe aadtenee by storm, although witness-d by almost the as me person, iwioe previooely. As the Poo -Irsumucbs has al ready Riven a full aad moat impartial report of tba opera, it need only be added that aome of tbe principal per formers were on this occasion presented with handsome floral alien dr., notice ably a handsome bouquet imbedded in a aake, wbiob was presented te Mr. 8 O. Wood rod, who so ably personated the eharaeier of Poeh Bab; aad tbia of eoarsa brooßht down the boo re, as peoiaily when the gentleman in hie osoal witt, way made aome rem irk aa to "taking tbe sake." Mrs. Caraon (Tom Yam) in answer to a hearty en eoreto her solo, favored the aadieaor with "O lose di qneet anima," from Linda, in a thorongfaly srustie manner wbiob fairl, oaptlvated tbe entire »odl ene« Mr. Ustrsnder In hie rendition of Miktdu was sbly|asa sted by bia lit tle attendant Eddie et«vena,who seemed determined that the umbrella should eover bia m.jeaty'a bead in the moet ap proved Style. Mr O Brien took hia part aa affeotnally as osaal, bia voioe eeeming even etroOßer than when in Seattle. The admirable minner in which Meears. Mayo, Ouileite aod Wood roll rend.red their reapeotive eharaeter. need not be referred to bere, b ting too well known to need eommvat. Mrs. Pereivkl as Pitti SiQR sppeared to considerable ad vantage and tba perforuianoe of ber pretty little danee broaght tbe nsnal bearty eneore. Mrs. Hoyt and Mrs Button also oarried out tbeir ebaraeters in a moet aooeptabln manner. altbonßb the latter was suffering from a severe sold. Of the eboras enough eould not be eaid. as it was sverytbing that eould be desired. Altogether, tbe "Mikado" by tble So e ety has been a grand anoeesa, and it is only to be regretted ibat the care given to its rendition bas not added more ma terially to tbe fund for wbiob the Ho oiety was orgaaized. The benefit, how ever. on Wedoeeday evening was de cidedly tMOesvfnl, and tbe faet tbat tbe eompwy bas made a fir.t-elaaa reputa tion for ltsslf on tbe gjund will prob ably add largely to the treaaur, in oaas of any future performaaoes. The orgatr fond alr.adv amonnts to about S4OO, being about fIOOO short of tbe amount required, but thts faet doee not In any way dampen the oonrage of tbe m sa bers. Previous to the performance on Wed nesday evening, and between tbe aois. the Juvenile Braes Btnd reeeatly or ganised here regaled the andienoe with several eeleotiona aa a tribute to tbeir tsasber, Mr. B >berta, wbiob was folly appreciate! by tba> gentleman. PBssoaaia. Mrs. C. M. Bolton retoroed to Seattle ob Friday. Judge Altyn rial ted tbe capital on Wtdnesday. Caariie Phillipe, who msde sash an excellent attendaat to hia majeetr, tbe Mikado, at Seattle, hes been coffering from a severe cold, caught daring bis trip, bat be ie new eonvaleaeeni. The Juvenile Band will soon give another danoe. Mia Line Ferry ia wiling Mrs. J. P. Hoyt. Mr*. F. W. Poliifnn, Jr., at Port Towasend, is visiting bar relation* in t hia oily. Adjutant General O'Brien, who it alao Assistant Inspector General on the Mali of the Com wander to Chief, O. A. K. flatted the Department Eaoampmeat m Taooma daring ita eeesion. Am ma the flan üblamed daring a hanl made in our bay • few daya ago. vara found a nomber of what are sop poaart tobeahtd. Tbia flab teastsemed • luxury ia the Eutern States. Oaptain Wat. MMiokrn and Major Hayden attended the Department En eempmest, « A. K M repreeantativee of G org* H. roesMts PJH, NO. 5. L eotenani Mayo his gone 'o Belling ham Bay on C ait Bamr eerrioe. Masara Morse and Pratt will leave for Oray's Harbor for Coast service on Taaaday next. rair nwiiui asturi Daring the Lenten season there were few social events of importanoe la tba Port of Batry. However, daring the paat week the aoetal world baa been very lively. an Hiaritu inin A merry party of yonag people a«eem bled at the reaidenoe of Mr. and Mr* James Joaee last Taaaday evening. in response to an invitation from tbe mem bers of tba Yoaag Ladle*' Gaild. Tba Usee was pleasantly whtled away ib games and dtaetng ontii 11 o'elook, when a somptn as laneheon was served Tbe oeeteten will long be remembered as a pleasant aflvir. Among the goeets were : Kev. B. Crawford, Mr. and Mra. James Jonee. liuaUnant and Mr*. Doyle, M as Uraoa N'a b, Misa Bnilene, Miaa Lillian Miller, Miss H <ee Sheet an. •he Miaasa Brooke. M>s* Begin* Kotha child*. Mwe Minnie Hastings, Mtsa Lney Littfeftald, Miaa Eva Doy e, Muw M trtba K later. Mtas Qaeen LittleSeld. Mtes Annie Jones, Miss Lanra Plain mar. Mies Ltbbie Trimble, Mies Katie Smith. Mr*. H L Barken, and Mrs. Jaosee Morgan. Among the gentlemen pesaent were : A. a Phi lip», L. K. Klowera Peter Mock and. F. P. Loft a*, Frank Pismmev. J«u>t* St. Joe*. Dr. Edward Bartbop. Wm. Wvckoff, James Stoekand. Marshal Taeker. V/tuaey Brooks. Frank t. Fletcher. Stank* Leu ■tar. Dr. E glaeun, John Smith. G «rge QWkoan. Frank Baah, Dtvid Dam mood and W J Joxa nasciso clcb A Urge aamOer of yonng people as erasbied last l'aamd .y evening at the opera Hou<a to part in the oath weekly ejotal of the Port of Entry Dtnetag Cla\ The arrvieee of Pro feeeor and Mre. H S. Vaogbn are en gaged to fomaa maaie at each soeial and anltgfaten the member* Is tbe Urp etehoreen art. The m»ob-:n>p of be OJab at prteent tail A saoet n.j >yabte erseiag was spent aaui mtdmgnt. I m next mul takaa ptoee Iberada; nlgoi woanort asxtuaar An event that was replete with t lena orahta incident* waa the trttmMtng of the friends and members ef tne •» Sean's AaxUiary at the reasdsoes of Mrs. Cnarise Gernab. A dsitghtfai sisnieg waa pwii aniil mtdatgh? nmtt ran. Mr. Bee Bneri. puw M Ik* IIIM Ml I ■ H'l I I * * - ** -i-l » wr?HP ml of a pleasant birthday surprise r«rty at Port Gaablejr«M*ty raiiM mawnihMa by theaaeimbtod STnlSnl twat T' lnt VhaninS# eiegant told MMbfna'Sk aotkK. Attar a bountiful copper bad baas ■anadtUtnai aaaaa to a Mans. The of Odd Fel lows has iaaaed mnxiioaa for* grand ball >o LaarnedV Opera Bonce next Tuesday maiat. Th» oenactan ia the celebration ot tba cixty-eighth anniver sary of the order ia Asssrina A large attendance is anticipated aad tt will quits likely prove to be tbe grandest Mr. Joba Smith. of Seattle, was ia town tba week v .siting friends, aad de parted tor Victoria Wedaeeday. Mf. George Calhoun ia passing tbe day on Whidby Island. Thomas M Hammond. Jr.. is ia tbe Qasea City on a brief bastness visit. Several parties were organised last week for • fishing excunioa ie Um Obimieem eraek, asd returned with a goodit assortment of Susy tribe spsai- K. W. Harriaoa, of Texaa. ia ia town on a visit to hie brother. Dr. I. H. Hsrri- Mr. & F. Clapp and family, of Dun- Towneead. Dr Hpeneer G. Denn will leave for tbe But next week for recreation and etDeott to be abaent en me weeks. C jlonel Crittenden, formerly an attor ■ey-at-law in California and now a resi dent of Fort Wraagel, Alaska, left on tbe Olympian for bis northern home. Bon. B. <X ffrotb, a prominent lawyer of Indiana, Ie visiting tbia communitv, aeoompanied by bis wife. Mr. Co If roth i< an nnrle of A. L. Wintrode, of tbe Cnstoms aerriee. Mrs- A. C. Davi'.of Dangenese, is vis itkg Mr. George Wright, bar son in law, at Friday Barter. Ksv. B. V. Bice was in town last wssk. Bs will bold religions services In Dunge aces next Sunday. W. E. Stevens is in Seattle for a few dsvs. Wm. Mclnnis, of tbe firm of Mclanis k Winters, went up tbe Soand Friday. Mr J imes Oliver, tbe County Survey or, has been in Pert Dieoovery the past week, engaged fan survey leg. A CotiMoa Bsauna —"Bow young soms of yonr most prominent bosinsse men are." Tbia remark is ertea made by victors ta the Pacific Coast, and cepecially doee it apply to Seattle, where we have so many young men in business for themselves aad all doing well. Among the many in Seattle is the firm of Gallagher A, Kaymond, tbat lib wish to call particular attention to. Both of these gentlemen are young and at the same time are thorosgbly acquainted with tbeir bnsineesand are enterprising, shrewd and trastworthy business men. Dunnt the pest week this firm pur chased of Mr. Alfred Snyder his sntita •took ot groceries and will oarry on the business it the old store on Front stree'. Tbey have already begun to inoreasa tbsir s'ook and m end making a spe cialty of garden and field eeeds of all kiada, at the same tine oarryiug a large and choice selection of fancy and itaple grooeries. Our great #9 suit sale, peifsotioa per fected, finest of tbe fine, worth I bought at tbe great auction sale of J. Bauaa Si Ce. I oina & SmaasMaa. Man. CoxraacT Lai.—Captain B. M. Oreewell, of tbe steamer Greee, received an official notification from Washington yesterday that bia bid for oarryiug lbs United States mails t ■ ioe a week be ween Seattle and points on Port Waab inßton Bay, in Kitsap oout.ty, bad been accepted and that tbe contract bad been awarded to him for three vear.. Tbia oontraot takes in C >lby, Nibbe, Mitchell, Stdrey and Saokman, all in Kitssp oounty. Oar second pprohas* of aprinß millin er* arrived. Y>n will find tbe very lataet novelliee at our store. Toklis T SraaEßMaa. Ttcre was a Rood attendance last srening at the baseball meeting held in tbe Chamber of Commeroe rooms, Te - ler-Learv block. After elect*og tem porary officers tbey adopted the rule and regulalioas mads by t'S Beds in ItHH. A committee of five wae appoint ed to oanvaae tbe eity in tbe interact of tbe Club and report at tbe m> eting to be held on Friday evening next. cnita ■•tick. First Baptist Church, Fourth street near Junes. Rev. D. J. Pierce, pastor.— Preaching at 11 a. m. aed at T3O p. m. by Rev. J. P. Ludlow Young people's meet lag at (30 p. m. Free Methodist Church, Pine »treet, be tween Math and Tenth. -Preaching at 11 a. m. »"d 7JOp, m Sunday School at 9:15 a m. Prayer service Wednesday night*. Unitarian s rrtce In the Maaonle Hal). Front (tract O. H. Greer. minister. - Servi -ea. 11 a. in. Morning topic: * Soul culture.* No evtalng service. Every body welcome. Methodist Protestant Church. Second street, oorner of Madison. Rev i lark Itavla. pastor.—Preaching at 11 a. m, by Chapla'a K. a. atnbba. who will preteat the cause of seame , and at 7:30 p. m. by Mr. L. u. WUhaM, Collage Secretary of the International Comm.Uee of the Y M. C A. All are cordially Inritad. e preial ly youag mea la the eveaing Sunday s<'hooL II" 15 p. m. Young p opie's meet ing. 630 p. m. 500doi corsets. Hit more thaa ws w nt. We will begin a clearing sale on Monday morning. A good ooraet for 2So, it Oinnot be dopltevted anywheia for 50a. Toana & Hnoiivu. DYSPEPSIA. Up to a few week« ago I considered myself the champion Dyspeptic of America. During tbe years I hare been afflicted I "have tried almost everything claimed to be a specific for Djrs pepaia in the hope of finding something that wouid afford perma nent relief. I had about manic op my tnlcd to abandon all medicines when I noticed an endorsement of Simmooa Liver Regu'ator by a prom inent Georgian, a Jurist whom I knew and concluded to try itt effect* In my case 1 bave used bat two bctllee, and am satisfied that I have struck the right thing at last I felt ita ben eftclal effects almost immediately Unlike all otber preparation* of a similar kind, bo special instructions arc required aa to what one shall or shall not ea! This fact alone ought to commend it to all troubled with Dyspepsia. J. N HOLMES, Vine land, N. J. CONSTIPATION. To fteeare n ttgklnr laUt of My wKhewt chancing the Diet er Dta ergaalxiag ue Systeaa. take Sit mem Liver tegulator. o«xr wn-i JtavrvacTraae ar J. H Z-IUX ft CO. PHILAOOrMU W C. T. U. f HI MUTTLE WOMX3TS C HRJs- I ttu Tampona* Cue* MM ran rridur. m tjla HrixflwiMitti/ * ipi«»P«a Ciarok. »tcamA atrtrt- AH dtfWteß wobn wrill/ tatitad M •umi. i*M BARGAINS! 53 pieces of regain* 25c. Dress Goods, half wool, lS^c. 40 pieces Boacle Serge, new shades, 15c, 33 pieces Baatiigs, regular 25c. qaaltty, ■ew shades, 15c. 40 pieces 40-inch all wool Dress Goods, new shades, s7£c. 50 pes 56-inch all wool Camel's hair, 50c. 70 pieces 38-inch Beige Camel's Hairs, new materials, 25c. 20 pieces 45-inch f ery fine new steel mix tures, all wool, $1 quality, 50c. 10 pieces 45-inch noielty Black Itimeie and Buntings, all wool, 50c. 10 pieces new tan shades, double witdh Dress Goods. 25c. 5 pieces of Summer Silks, 10 pieces heavy Dress Silks, - - $1 10 pieces 36-inch Tachting Flannels, 20c 500 pieces new lawns, good quality, not trash, 2c. and 2ic 10 dozen French Corsets, 75c. 100 dozen job lot, misses fine Fiench Hose, 50c. and 75c. quality, the lot for 25c. a pair 120 dozen new style ladies full finished Hose, 25c. a pair 35 dozen ladies' Collars with Capes, sc. 150 dozen new Metsl Dress Buttons, - - 12£ c. a dozen 200 dozen Calico Buttons, - - sc. a dozen 100 pieces new Check Nainsooks, - - 10c. a yard 150 pieces wide colored Embroidery, - - sc. a yard 500 papers Hair Pins, Ic. a package. 100 heavy large white Spreads, $1 each 200 handsome Parasols, new, - - - $2.50 each 25 pieces Ginghams, sc. a yard 20 pes very wide,all linen, real German Table Damask, 50c. ji 30 pairs of Tattingham Lace Curtains, - - 85c. a pair 50 extra large real English Marseilles spreads, - $3.25 100 doz Turkish Bathing Towels, 10c. each 50 dozen 8-4 Stand Covers, 75c. each 25 dozen Child's Fancy Collars - - sc. each 100 doz ChUd's colored border Handkerchiefs, - - 2& each 10 pieces 7-inch colored Sash Ribbon, 37|c yd. 35 dozen new style Bustles, J 25c. each 250 dozen all linen Ladies' Colored Collars, marked down from 15c. to sc. each. 325 Baby Caps, trimmed with lace, .... 10c. each 75 fine Cloth Walking Jackets and Wraps, job lot, - 76c. each Only a cash store can afford to give Cask Valies. CHESTER GLEARY.