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u Beets inb evr. & throoirle of Swie Im portant Etnti of Last Work. Performance a by Frodorlck Warde and Roappoar and of Xllo. Rhea. Bxcuraiona that Have Oc curred and Bxcuraiona that Are to Occur. Hospital Rase*t- Zllbrr ReeHal-Cer* Party - r»i—«*« - Seetety *• Thoh aad pert T*wa**Bd. We oat at motnteff by tto wrtlow'd Loan yeer* ego. wbeo both oar toart* were jnoop. We mat to wateh tto liffbt* aad *bad o*l qoirer. And ll*leu to tto • oat tto valar* *aa«. Bat da*per tbao tbe m t«o of IU fI JWiW. Tto tid* of lot* floatd oa from to ltd to niiod; Wblt* oeartoad lb* tldar bio .me were blowtar, Aad dewy frtgraa* fll!*4 tto moo btowtod. W« atacd tord* tto water* of tto Hrar, Bat now the moetiiDtt of tto **a la near, Far tfl tto toaeoae 'mid tto dlouM** br*ak*r* 111 oar heart* No kaser eholnUr of morn Ice ira*t o». Mr lilomooi* of tto May timo droop abo**; Bat tbadnw* of the twlliwht rt** to meat And siund tbe golden barvteling of love. Ah! listen to ths roabing of tbe river Towards its taven In tbe reel lees aea, While like a leaf apon Its tide forever Oar life flows onward te eternity. Ob, 'mid Its eager tumult and oommo I too. The whirl of waters, aad tbs dash of May l«nve, tbe bsaeon, shining o'er tbe OMto, I.aad ns together to oar father's home! l'hambrre' Journal. There were net so many indoor enter tainwente last week as on the wtsk pre vlooe. Ws wore favored with beaotiful weather and the outdoor events were numerous enough to make np for any laak of beaeebold gatherings. There were a noaiber of neuraona and pie nlos, and on Friday and Saturday ■ large number of ladiss snl gentlemen passed snjoyabls afternoons at tbe open Ing bun ball games at the raoe track. Two very rxesllwt tbeatrleal perform • noes satiated the eravings of playgosrr, ■ad tomorrow they are offered another treat in tbe re appearaaos of Mile. Kbea. raancaiua waai>c. Prederiek Warde appeered at tbe t Hoess on two evenings of last week, aod created a moat favorable iin preeaiou. He wae a stranger, bat play goers turned oat la very good nam bere to ess bim. Tbey wsrs not dieap pointed in their expectation of wltneae ing a tnisbed uleoe of acting Boyoed a doubt. Warde stands without a rival on ths American stage In tbe assump tion of characters of lbs robaat, heroic school. Admirably fitted pbyalaslly for this type of Impersonation*. bis voice, inovsmsnt and stags teebniqae are eneb as render bis portrayals sons thing masterly. His "Virginias" Is so admirable pieee of work. Mie shares teriatUon la sustained In a moat artistio manner frem 3rat to last, and will bear comparison witb that of snv tragedian who has svsr essayed ths role. In "Oslba." 100. bs finds an opportunity of displaying to groat adv ullage bie histrionic powr re, snd gives abundant preof of possessing a talsat of tbe high aet order. Wsrds bss a good re.uta lion now. Tbs fsi are bae maob In store for bim, however. H* Is destined to be me or Amarlca's great tragedians, asaa tw mirri.s. Kbea will be witb as egain tomorrow. Those who saw her pvrformssc* week before laet will give her an enthuslastis reoentlon; those who did not see bar ebonld tuake a point ef doing It now. Kbea aaye she eoj >ys bright comedy more than emotional aeiiug Certainly she is ooe of the most ehsrming cowed len nee now on tbe etage. Hue la et h.iuie In light, merry uuis, preeumaMy be caaee they are la aesptng with bersoany dwpositian and happy natare. Her eervoae energy and delightful viveelty give a seat to light coined? thai ie tbor oughly ID jot able. We Ibiuk that ebe baa acted wieely in, deciding to appear in robs that will not tasks a demand upon her tragic or high emotional pow ere. We have eeeo her In emotwual parts Besides, ws have, In addition, been favored with two heavy tragediee performed by a good company. Conea. quently. Kbea'e rrtara with two lively, tnepirlting comedies will bs as oham pagus sfter lbs l.stvy oonras of a iltnner Oa Monday even log sts appears at tbe t'oaa teas uf I'oitete la a new and delightful comedy from tbe French eatltled The Widow." Aa etchange speaks of it aa follows: "There was a large, fashion able, and highly delighted aodteoee at the Grand Opera Huaee laet ulhgt, and it ie aafe to aay that with all bar eneeeae in Toronto. Rhea never achieved a mere brilliant one than she did in 'Tbs Widow.' Tbe comedy Is ►ns at tbe highest oiaas in svsry rsspeet. Tbs vein of satire which rune through It te sufficiently apparent without being at all obtrusive. The hamor ie of that sparkliag and delicate sort that appeala at unae to tbs intelligence ead tbe sense of humor, giving snffleient eternise to the oae to render all ths mors piqiaat tbs sejoymenl which it yields tbs other It is pure, high comedy, with noos of ths broad and mors farciool element which too often mate even ths heat cf oar modern eomediea. As U<utss I* Oowtoese de Poller*, 'lit* Widow.'Mile. Kbea aipoarad the very Ueal of tb« pert looking, acting and dressing |« lo perfectioa. It appear* to be of all the characters in which Khea baa ev« rap peered here, the ene beit calculated to brtug oat that charming fioesas aa J consummate ah ill which Invariably marks her acting. Ibe play was ad mirably cast, Mr. Forrsai aspeeultv dletiaguishiog himself as t'harlce ds Noenneev Altogether the Widow, was abrtlhaat SBCOMM " On Toeeday Mile. Kbea will Sptxar as* Pefigy "In that obaroang old Fug IMb comedy. TbeOoanlry Girl.'' Tbs play was sums year* ago nvtved at Daly's New York theater, ard bad a long run. Kbea'e acting ta tbe leading role is spoken of in tbe big bed terms avattav scaoox. sxevamos. About thirty Ave elderly and elily young people parlietpeted ta the (Via gr***ttonal Sunday School exearston yistirdsy Tbe Meamar Fat»« I.ike left Vrater's wharf at it e'eteek and the trip to tbe t%ata*<iaa trooade was mweh tajoisd At that potnt tbs pa. - sstiMrs disemharktd and a goer* good tune was bad. A ptewte loach was eerv. i 1 sad seme cut of door game* ta dolged ta. Two juvenile basstis.ll mass «Bgag*d la an eintteg ti tashall match of three tnntnge. The exearetoetsts reached home at 6 .» p m daaatt ItCl'Mlns. Another opportoarty ts offered foe « Mil over tbe beaatifal water* of Paget Mound Tbe ledlee of the Fpteropai Obarah have chartered tbe tusni Aeest eteamer tNymptaa and oa Kstsrdst I wait sHll give aa sx.-aretea to V Mtoete The tadtaettoee ars that ws are now !• j have a esssoa at bsaaural days, s > the 1 pita**** ot tto Mf mm readtfy to imeetoe-1. Tin l of *8 tten win to aa IIIWIM» wwif.» bud b W tote imiliiWiMl x VlniHmymwlit wtfl to IL«M fee Ukisc MM <RF ttoT r« fto Imrfl ef One* He«p*tal. to ttot. MMthMltoMjirawi of tto trip. f ■«(•<» of kacwtop ttol they m kiitona u^^rrs/xa.ti mm towd/ct hMuMI •«»»«> f iiri I—lifHm Tto Iw to* trfebad wa took to •ee tto a*air toaile.maty petraiod. rrma acntL. H»rr Iraaof Le«J»*p. tto tutor art to, u t«Min*i au; «oajto«b w hi* admirable perform*®** oa that ia etrsioeat. Im Pndar reaatoc, at tto boa** ct MR Dr Cbarritill. before qaH* a comber of friend* of ttot lady, tto PfofiiaM pti a number of to* mleallna* *a tto ether ttot were aa*t eoioyed. Hi* txiataou la reetarkaMy floe. Hie eeleeturo* *** from tto torn readertd anUi a ftritaa and txpretrion that ia a *arpri** to Umm wto have be lieved ttot ttora la tot tittle marie is tbe zittor. Oa Friday evening. Jaae -Mth. Prefeaaor I -eon*pwill ptveirte tt! at Tan* Hail. Ha baa eeeared tto ■iniilaam of emae popeiar looal talent, inelodtag Mr* Oherehtll. MM* Kara. Mr l.»b* Mr. Steeeae and Mr. Brown, aod tto entertainment bide fair to b* a tborcacblf taUriatteff aad *aj>yabl* oaa. caat> rtaiT. Tbe re vaa a tlea—nt satbaHac at tto r*e d*ae* of Mia. W. A. J«aaia«* oa I baradat eeaotog laat. Card* war* tto ditaraSoa of tto WMaatoe, abieb »** a Ouvrroor'aad Mr*. aad Mr*. Bark*, lit. aad Mr*. Mlaor. o*i aad Mr*. Hatow. Mr. aad Mra. H. L Yeater. Br aad Mra. H. a Ba*tey. Mr. and Mr*. Baltoy Oaisert, Mr. and MN. Morrie MsMlakra. Mr. aad ML*, ISBA L*ary, Mr, aad MM. 4. Forth. Mn. D. Kfll*w. Mr*. Mrafi. Ml*. E. P. Ferry, MR*. Hnde*. Mm* Hod re, Mm* P*ny. MX* Halter. Ml** Mra*e. J. V. ME Nawht, B. B. AltorUoa. K. A. Mtroat, J. (Jolltoe, Jr., i. B. HUM. Dia*T lilt MUM. Oa WriiwJir, Jane 16tb. u the rnt d»o«« of the bride's pmoli, oa Cbam bera's Prairie, Thurston county, two yoaog people well known oa Pagrt Bowed, were married. The pitMll of sseh wt counted among tbe Tecritory'i earliest pioneers. 'l'be bride, Virrtta, daughter of Andrew Chamber*. bae many friends In Seattle, having been a student at tbe Territorial I'eiversity several year* ago. The groom, < aarlee L, youcgeet eon of Arthur A. Denny, of tbie oily. has el ways been a favorite among bie Burner oaa friende and Beqaaintaneaa in tbie community. Tbe marriage ceremony wu performed by Her. Junta Camp bell, of Olympia, and Mite Maggie Chambers, enter of tbe bride, acted as bridesmaid witb Win. M. • tlbonn, of tbie oity, as groomsman. Tbttee in atiettdaooe were tbe nearest rslattvse of both partiea, and oa tbe following mernlßg the bappy couple started on a tour to the Kiat. It la probable ihtl they will go no farther than Ht. Paul, wben tbey will return snd take ap tbelr permanent home in Seattle. TBS PBIM MK4LS. The !'orr lirnu.ua*«crs respsotfally rrqaests the followißg ladies to act as a committee to award the prz> In llie Foan INT>I.I.I<IBBOB prise meal oontesl Mrs. Sheer, Mrs. Galisrt, MM. Whitnsv, UisaiUlisr snd Miss Struve. Ths Coui ■aittsa will be called together by Mrs. HUey, tbe ohalrman, aad all of the bllle of fare will be banded over to them. They will deeide which of tbe meala auggeeted are Ibe beat aad cheap ee 1 ; tbal Is, bsst einsidsring tbe price and ebespest considering tbe quality I b« report of tbe majority of the aom miltee will be eonelusive, snd tbs prlsa will be swarded to tbe con tea tan t who in their judgment has submittad tbe bast bill of fare. t. u. c. a. rtSI.D DAT. A boo l too people pirticipated In tbe eicnrtlon of last lassdsy, given under Ibe saspioles of ths Voucg Men's Chris tian Association. Tbs party wss con veyed by train la Franklin, where some boars were pleaeantly pa teed In viewing tbe falls and eoal aloes snd in Bsbing in Oreen river. Lanoh wse eerved oa improaipta tallies set ap on tbe plaaio gruundf near tbs town. At aboat 1 o'cloekialbe afternoon tbe exoarstttn ials returned to tbe raowtrack, where a programme of v ry interesting field sporte was snoaessfully carried oat. l.ater In tbe afternoon tbe epeetators ws'e fav ired with a game of baseball bet wet n Ibe Seattle Kids and a picked nine, tbe smre revolting to avlotiry for the Kede, 1.% la It. Tbe day throughout was a decidedly enjoyable one. "sr MM SB KVHTBU." Ibs Guild Chapter gave a eocesasful sale and caurtalnmenl at Brown's Ps viiiitn oa Wedneadev evening laet, ia behalf of liraoe lloepital. there wae e fair tn HJ attendance. An tntereating programme of muaicsl eeleetiona snd recttatiuae was offered, and late In the eveniug a large number of tbeee pree ent participated in a muet ecj >ysb'e dauee. H.imethiag over fltX) wae real la 4 from tbe affair. ftetea Personal aad Mberwtse. Wm. Htilae, of Fir. Ie in tbe city. H. H. Bailey, of Spokane, wae in town laet week. F. K. Arnold and wife of Portland, ars in tbe city. T. O. Wtleon. ef Snoqualmie, was iu tbe city laet week. J A. I.tggie. of Dtaalady. waa ta town last Tuesday. Miss K Gains, of Snohomleh. wsa in town laat Monday. Mr. H Wright made a short visit to Otympta last week. Mrs. and Miss Prios. of L. Moaner,are ia Uwn visttisg friends Mr. W. I. Hteveoeoc. of Ctlfioe, W. T„ wae In town last week. Charles Hibbard arrived in Seattle yee erday from Whaloon l». B Jackson, of Port (Jambta, spent part of last week la Seattle. Marshal llamiltoa and W. II White, from t'olfai, are In the eity. W. Mdiotre and wife, of Portland, cams to Seattle lest evening. J X H ir Jen Aft n« s buvinese trip to tteobomiab last Wtdoesday. W. T Kharpe is etpeeted baok from Broekln about tbe let of Jniy. Mrs. l> Harriett, of Mount v «rnua, ie vtcting her rvlativee in this etty Mr*. Hatler. of Bloomington, lllinats. is vieittßg with Jsases MeNsught. 1 J. MeKinnoc. of San Fiaaataao. srvived in the eitv I*4 Medneedav. Mrs. Saiaisel Oresae, of Hoeghtoa. Ie vtsiitng for a fsw weths ia this city. Mr and Mr*. F. W. Oayton. of Ka mttsble. were in tbe oily laat Friday. William I iter and wife, old rt si dents of Wbatoom. ars at present tn Seattle. Mr Carnegie, a prominent eMitsn of Sn.ihomieh. wae ia tows last Monday. Mr*. A. I'artharrt ts vtertiog bee par rata. Mr and Mrs. Baker, la Taeoma Mr. (ieorge B Wslksr aad wife, off Bsbouts, wet* in the etty laat Tharwday. I. K Howley and st*sr ef Ctneta | salt. Ohio, arrived ta Seattle laat night. Jahn i. Irvine, a n erchaat ef Stan wood, spent pert of laat week la SealUe : | M'* tireea Mrs CUsveland aad Mrs. 1 Holyoke. of l.msaer. are stoppiag la ' IOWB. Ft Colleewic of Cwetjms Drew visited frt*ade ta Seattle Ibe early part of the aseh. Senator Caafletd has goae to What-: eosn to took after euase bastnase matters : tbers Mr*. W. i Sally, of I'.trtlnnd. arrived ia tbe etiy lee* lburaday to nett her ! BMA Mr* Moors, of T aialip. ts ia the ett;> netting her dsnghter Miss Maggie Moore. F Mater retained last tt sdnesday ' from a two weete' as; ora at tbe 1t.4 , Springe. C. F. Craft, af this etty. ts now em- | SEATTLE DAILY POST- INTELLIGENCER, SUNDAY, JUNE 19, 1887. *» F. A Ymmc HI Bilim to » tonito HIHII rtiM tto fnt ef ant Mr. A. H Ktt iri| Ml laM V(dM» Hot Bpriaffk** TMaHta u (tM Dt. W. T. Brattoa. of tto Marine Hr-apital Homo. pmm4 three** tto atty lee* week. C. F. ttapp. Peotmeoter at Mm Dw aMMjMMto otty iMt ~ rili| « B. X. Aaatta, of Wbatoom. who to* toea to atimaan oo Ooart «t Olym pi*. I* la tto oity. Mr* V. A. Mantoil. of Htartiag. paawd Ihronch Seattle Setarday on toe •ay to Porttaad. MM* tartar rataracd hut Monday t*aoia« from Port U»tnbie, vtora ato wa* vmtttcg friend*. Mm Kmily Ladd. of Honotelo, ia r!a<b(II« Oara Carter, at tor rrai daaac 10 N irt h toatUt. Mr*. 8. V. Tbompeon, of Port (iam bi*. t* vtotinc tor d«a«ht*r. Mr*. A. OaMoo. for a few ntU Mia* Gam* M. Wait*. aeoompanied by tor laottor, Mas from Pidaifo yee lerday and will nut friaoda. Mr*. Uiptala Peoballovaad tor *ao Harry, of HoMlala, art Tiattla* at tb* faiiiww of Mr. A. K Voaac. O. *. Loanr, Hapariata»d*Bt of Oaoa Bi) Mtll. «a* ia tow* Monday aad re tamed oa tto Hayvard Tacaday. U. K«tlo«, who to* been attending tto Klrem-a'e tuaroameat at Vaa »awr. returned ta tto aity laat *Teaio«. Mr* U. Harriaoa, who baa for tto paat two week* toaa Tiaitinc fnand* ia Plor*oo*, ret a rued to tto aity yeator day. Mr. T.M. Ureea. ef Miariaaippi, a brother of W. U. H. Ureea, of thi* aity, arrived ia toatil* oa Monday of lam week. J. MeLtugblm ba« rrflgnod hU poei ■km with A. T. Htttirt, tbe druggist, and accepted • Similar one with U. k«t low A Go. W. H. Idevellyn. who bu been oa a basinets trip to tbe Kut for tbe tut u week*. *DI arrive ID Seattle tomorrow evening. Mies Ida Hughes arrived in tbe «i»y last Toeeday from California, where aba baa been teaching sobtol. Bhe is visa ing relative a. Miss Hattie Baker, of Taooma, whe has been visiting at tbe realdenoe of Mr. and Mrs. Parkburst, retorned home last Monday. Bishop Fowler was a passenger on the Olympian laat Monday and will inspect tbe beauties of Alaskan scenery before bis return home. Mrs. Florence M. Stetson left last week fer a abort visit to friendaon Wbidby Island, after whish she will visit Kan Francisoo. Mrs. Mary J. Hodge, witb bar two daughters, of Bloomingtow, Illinois, is viaiting at the residsnoe of Mr. and Mrs. i. V. MeNaogbL Miia Nsante De Wolfe, who has been spending her vacation in this city with her parents, returned to tbe Annie Wright Seminary last Thursday. Miss May Oraan, of Din Franaieao, sister of Mr*. Edwin Hhepard, of this oity, wsa a passenger on tbe Elder. Hbe will visit here daring the sammt r. E. B. Wood, Auditor of Paaiflc conn ty. waa ia town laat week vieiting hia brothers, Judge W. D. and Frederick Wood. Ha tetarned home on Weduce day. Mrs. M. J. Lyla and Miat Mollis Mo- Knight left last Friday on tbe Eider for Han Franeiaoo, aod will visit Mr. and Mrs. Charles Broad. Tbey expect to re turn lo tbe fall. KtgcrS. Greene, Jr., who baa bean attcLding tbe University of Oregon during tbe past year, returned home on last Thursday evening to spend the ssmmer vacation with hii »arent« In this oily. Mr Ij. A. Griffith, father of L. H.and Frank Griffith, of this city, arrived m town last evening front Fremont, Ne braska. He wae aooompaoied by DA. ixxnbard. of Fremont, and J. F. Hale, of Vork, Nebraska. Captain EJward P. Hardwick is a PM4en«er oa tb« ln<v>ml«g siMitucr HHI«). He vu formerly of the brig Ddaono. mbil oomca be re to take ohtuge of lk« mhooaer now Mo« boilt si tbc lUII sbipy irJ. Port bitkcly. C»rri« M. White, I'rMident of tbe Woman's Cbr.atian Temperance t'aion of Weetern Washington, arrived in Seattle laet evening from her bome at Fidalgo. She will preeide at ibe con vention to be held In Seattle daring the oomiag week. Ceptein C. L. Dingley, a stockholder In tbe Gordon Hardware Company, is exp>oted to arrive ta the city today, ac companitd by hi* wife. Herbert U. Uingley, their son, arrived from San Frenotsoo last I aeeday, and hat already taken a poeition with the oomptny. At tbe eon niencement exereiees of the State I uiverelty of Oregon at "bugene City, tbe addrses before the literary aoetetiee was delivered by Ssa a'or J. H. Mitchell and tbe annual ad dress before tbe University waa deliv ered by Hon. K tger S. Greene, of this oily. C. M. Tucker, Preetdent and Mtn ager of tbe Argyle Milling Cooipaay, of Argyle, Han Juan county, has been in ita eity for several days The Company ef which he is Manager has ereetrd a magnificent mill at Argyle and is new pis dag corn meal and oatmeal on the marheta ef the SaaaJ. Mr. Toeker prnoeed. J lo Taeoua yesterday after noun. Hi ntttiit. I kissed ths bnJr; while other men l ooeriaia stood ae if ta doebt Whether my act to imitate or—go with- oat. Aa playmate, friend and lover, I Had worshipped at her shrine, and now t stood a witness of her pledge and msr riage vow. Others bad loved bar loo; net I Alone bad foand ter fan: but ebe Coold love and wed bat ene—and ae yon see— The rivals beard the dainty lips We longed to press, with solemn voice, Proooaaee tbe name of htm who was ' her smlbMU'i cboioe. I knaad tb* bride; a happy mail i Aad prvod, tb* proodaat la that num. I *•<(), *cJ it.at with reaaon. Wu | , uo< tb* groom? —Ufe. T410H4 MMIKIt. Mr. Chartaa t. Kwell. with h>< bride. ' rritiroA] » Ik" IM MMmr. Mr. Kw "II If ft b»r» lui month for (Us Fr*s I otosp, what* he waa married un the 5 b of thi« ooaib. 0. t. Craft, at om thue th« l temt correspondent of tb* Foar Ixt*uj<mb< , i'«a. bae ara-Hxl a position a < e\la< ■las ia lira** Bra*.'* drr g xxl (ton j 0 , thM otty. Edward K or. ti Mayor of Bt. Faal, and at peaaaot membar of Ou«rtH for Misaaaota. «lth bi* «tf* aod d*u«bt«r at B*. Paul. and Mra. Hargaaat aod ' Mia (Maoloo. of Morrta, Mint, are m itiac Ik* aity Mr Hio* i* tb* father , of staan Um*. of Uie city. Key. Dr. k. K Medbary, pastor of tb* Bapti* tfenrefc at T*rona. Wiaootntn. *bo had b*«n naflyiac tb* Firat Bap ti*« Chore* la Beaut* Joriag tb* at> ■an of it* paainr. aftar riattitut tbia eity foe a few day*, laft loeaday morn , >OC for hie b.m*. lit Has t raseaoo ' Mr. M*dbary ihmha of retorwia* to tb* ttoaol eoantry to sal * tla ntirakoar. Mr. Chart** T I Mmaa returned bom* la*t Wcdncaday aftar • Tiait of mreni wa*ka wtth frtanda oa UwKm Ct J* Ot Uko i\imiiVi_ W. Trvnra. of tH» rraneiaß. ku talk, a tb* pi as* of Prafcrfci Dart Me Oraakaa on U>» eteamer iHorgt W. | Klder. Cht*f U(U«r Aioa Anderwoa. of ; tfce Nntktn Hmila with bt* prtftla ««oretary. arrived ;o tbe oiy 1 buaday IWMM , Kobe ft lekew and Staphaw J. Whip P*» both of whom haw • braa ia the em I p**y *f th* ra*oaa MtU for BIN time I left I art Wedoaaday on tb* ebip Wetoeee tar Baa Dim. (hh. wtore tto* wai aaja thtor fatoie toat. Mr. aad »m. A. i. >*k«T. otd rem exteedtod trto'toito Seat aad BaMpa. They a|nt to pratato ttotr tow f* o *Mr*aad , knu Allen a Maaoa eater forty W tto^tawtoj* dey eeeatoc. WM*i moaie aad deae totww tto ttoewm*. at tto GarretooaaadLhafeaulyjtoee aear the aeortaary, tto reoent poretoae of Mr. Oarretoaa bom Mr. K. P. Oad weii. a W. Hobart. proprietor aad editor of the 1 aktma kefmU*-, ha* b«*a to tto ettT for eeeeral daya paat. Thiaiahi* 9r*t trait to tto ttoaad eoaatzy. aad to totoad* to make bimeelf ttoroachiy aa* qaamted with it. He will emit Meant* aad other down Souod point* Ihi* weak. On Mi ratara he—a to wjtl pablteh a reetew of hi* riatt to tto aad that tto eaat of-the eaaaatoia people May know •are of ttotr aear Brighton. I. T. Beeae. of A dame, Orcgoa, aad of tto taoorporatoee of tto Taeoma Dock and Waiahoaee Oompaay, arrived tore Wedaeeday eeeaiac aad will iintiM tar a w*ek at mow. M. K. J ana*, a Boa of Chief Jastiee Joaee, of Be*Ule, epeat laat Tbaiaday iatbie etty. Captain H. L Liuqaiat went to Port land > enter day moratna. oa b**ißißi. John Wheeler, ereretory of the raU Mad eompaay now batldtntt a liaa to Iweea Walio!a aad Peodlrioa, wu to tto etty laat Friday. E. B. Alias, of Topekft, Moratory of tto Stoto of Ktoaaa, hie wife aad fam lly, are Ttotia« ia tbia aity. hayinc en laied room* at ttoTaeam* Hotel. Captam K. U. Tbompaon, of tbe ahip Oballeaaer, with hi* wife ia yirittac friend 4la thla city. Hia ahip ia now layinft at Naaaima. (ieorge B. Kindle left laat Friday for tto Balmoa rlrer ooantry. W, P. Bonney ia ia Portland attend to* to baeiaeM matter*. He will return Ui* week. Mies Lain Kiaeaid, of Ho tuner, is viaitiag friend* to this oity. Joseph Dsrrrngsr, formerly of Taoo ma, bat now of Samaer, beeana tbe father of boaseiag baby last San day night. O. L. Linqaiat Isft yesterday morning on a short trip to Portland. V. K. Clark i* ia Portland. Mr. aad Mrs. i. 1. White, of Seattle, were io tbe otty Friday. Misses C* diking aad Bjyd, of the Aaaia Wright Seminar*. have began their vaoatioo ia Walla Walla. Mis. A. F. Kijnor aad Mias Elistbetfa Felliek eontemplate a trip to Alaska with tbe aext steamer. Kav. V. A. Horton and Mrs. K. Uama dell took tbe Elder for Han Fraaeiaoo on Friday. A lawn party waa given at tbe resi dene J of Mrs. Greer, corner of Taeoma avsnoe and Eleventh street, on Friday evening. ttefreebmenta were served aad a very delightful evening waa en joyed. roar T*WMHB aecurv. The Wumta'a Anxiliary of St. Paul's Cbnreh have extended aa invitatioa to tbeir maov friend* to attend a social at Bed Men'* Halt on tomorrow evening. An entertaining programme baa been arranged for tbe oeeasion. Tbe Port Townaand Hook aad Ltd der Company, ND. 1, will give a grand excursion aadpicnio to Whidby Island onJalytth. Steamers bava teen ee peoially engaged to take tbe excursion ist* aornet the bay. Mr. Warren 1,11 aet intra, a brother to Frank W. aad Ixrte B. Hastings, of this oity, baa snoosasfally paesed the senior examination in Hseting's Law School in Hia Franeiaoo. Tbe yeong man, who ia favorably known on the Sound, will gradaate on the !»tb iostant, when be will be entitled to aa LL. B. after hie name. The following paasenger* purchased tickets yesterday for Sin Franoiioo on tbe steamer George W. Klder: J. H. l>ootey. H. Hill, A. N irdllnd. A. Mar cose, F. Hiinw. J. Haldersin. J. J>bo son. O. O. Oarteton, John Diokmen, Christopher Hansen, K Catkin. Harry Holland, Joseph Gibson, John Both is, JimN Brotfett and James Holland. Mrs. Herbert F. Beeober and family have returned to California after an absence of several months. Mr. O. Olapp Ml yesterday for Oall fornia, to remain a few wee Mn K W. Deroe bu retorned froui Sootbem Oalifornia, moob luuirored in health. Mr. James Wo td has returned to Ar gyle, San Joan Island. Mm Annie Jones, wbo hts beaa at tending college io Taeouia, retaroed on Friday. Miss Jalia kinetb. of (JsupTille, wbo has been via ting Mrs. D. U. Hill, will return borne to morrow. Mr. Jamas Jinos returned from Ban Fransia*) an IneeJay. acoompamed hy bis dangbtor Edith, wbo was attending school io ibe Bay City. Mr. 8. O. L. Tlfih, Jr.. left yesterday for Portland to be absent a few days. Mr. J, H. Alexander, U'lliab V ioe i >misal, will oloas bis itfi>e on Mon day and Ineaday In bouor of tba g -en's birthday. Mr William KiobarJs has rstaroed fruui lltMituri Biy. The Misses Mattie and I>#ra Yonng returned to Vistoria oa Friday from I looms, wbers they bare beeu attend i Ok the Aunis Wright aaminary. Mr. I comas bUhop retaroed float on Hoand yesterday. Mr Oregon Hastings, of Viotorla, was in town yesterday visiting friends. Mr. MsClood, ef the LAi Shore and Eastern ltailroad, passed throogb to Haattle on tba North Faaifte from Victoria. Mrs H. Waterman, aeoonipanted by Mr«. Brookman and Miss Oobsa. of Bin Krauotsoo, returned oa Friday from a brief trip np the Fraasr rirer. W. a Walker went to Taooma on Frl 4ar. ('reparations are being made for Ike elixing soeial gathering of tbe Fort of Katry Social and Dancing Club, whiob will take plaoj on Friday aysninc, July Ist. Miss H. ltesober will eiosa oat bar an tira stosk ol ladies' ready made nits before tba first of July, regardless of e »t. Hilrsrooms, 3 and t, K.*t Front (M. anAKD FOURTH OP JULY (BLEBRJTION S E -A.TT LE I I*I>E»»NDM<I PAT WILL HB CMU. hnt'J u Haa'ila la a waaaar hawimiin > jiMvntUy WaU>tilbrli*lß.na| ■kl rrtml: $. At It «'(Wt a. ai. tha fraud Industrial Procession will 'kk** T' aiia*. g. tirtcu;- ta■». afclp btldia« ottflrif and Ml . t-er to. tsairlal i'Or.-itt« .ol iradaa of !fca Tar-it. rj. rot ih* w»t rrj-«a~oi«l rad. or ladurtrv pna -a will W om. u4 It b tlx daaira of tb* commit- (h»t * fir.: eoapxluoo w toi. r •« t m-. tah mmmt. Mw. ujd M I'poo ik* mini a I tk« |iifl a at tk« TulTftaMr froosd* a!>prf[*«al* lltairj ,u KU'tb aril occa*. A GRAND BALL WUI b*«.*ao la 1.-,» tarsia* at T«-a Varala Ha:. la*ltW'aaaalclf«laUtk« n»iu af 'kr da i l'« i»« :ka *my tba ap»ii »tl! ta»a ; m,I Mat^i«tx(«ka< B*at ««laiv| ,0 1 r*p -~ntad Inteafcj or trad* la a Flral pnaa. *» . aaratxl. I*; '-' :nd t*> traaaa . rara. pa >a a< fIM. Ktatta. t-rlJta. £fc aar. cad.>r> vhi'i, t«. Baal -a<*, Vkttrual), nana* H ntuea n-x pnaa, HO . |;4 Caaaa noa far tadlaaa ftl la a'i -Firw 9-ir*. »!«► aaeoaU.Uk. ' rter. 1<« ta da. oElraao*. H Flr.| prl*a.«lS aar>Ml.ft». Sari ra.-a, m jiraa, f.». f .r>l .«t>. (j ; afoaad, H.vi ■j«J rara. !5 yard» n,l pi.a. |) • «aA »t •r->a~l»«l..ovw«a>ar l,« hla. ti. Itt r.aa tor girt-. laaaM a«*a .f . acd II J'a » fiw prua. H. aaraod, flkt t.lrla fa* rae« bat wart Ua a|n of It a»4 ltj«»a-n atpftaa. H rm«a. $1 m La« -vb"«, «"'a* »l—t it t * ),)» rr wu rw* maaa oa utm on ma* room A iia*Mi*ir* tun. \B**m «wa»d.l _ qaJtt L»*Sds£to (TBIIMM."TML'H* with* all hi* dStoaSt to we* a bright, todaad. a brilHaat mea^Hawa** to* la Ito wLs i|a**tlaa* at tto day. bat knew toii mataly all tto paMia mm. Ha eaa well-read, iatoßicoat aad a «aad latter, bat to had a tafliaf. Ha aaald aat to oded opoa, aad at tiaaae waa haip- I *v "Ha aaed to haas aroand tto Btata BepaUioaa toad-qaarter* frcm aora- LOB oa" I aicht Uroo«aoat tto mm patffo. and eunpaieo* laatad m ttoae day* Dearly lee moatto. Itwaadanac tto aati-«U*ery day*, whea everybody waeatthe btgtoet pitch of eieitement. a aomber of pmaiaeat politieiaaa were a»Mobtod it Qoartcn, ibmic ttoea Oharlea S«maar aad Htary Wtl *oo. Hamner waa hi tto rear room, Wilaoa ia tbe front. Ia walked Hob rte. He talked ia a load voiae aad dis torted the whole a—iibly. Btappiig tato tto rear room to tpied Bamaer to aarneal converaatioo withafriaad. Un to bias a tremeadooe *tap oa tto ■boolder. be ahooted: D-n yea. Haw a*r; how are you? Why don't yea to aa toeity aad cental a* yoar friaart Wilaoa f "The affeat of Ihi* raaffh haadliac of Barnner oaa to readily i mast aad by thoee who remember or who have read of tto diffoided aad Mhoiarly mia. It wa> not only a ahoek, b«t an ineolt. Bam ner torned aa whit* i* a toeet, bat Mid nothing He realised itotort*' condition aad wiaa'y kept hla peaoe. Bobertawa* eeverely reprtmaaded and toned oat of ' II waa aot loan after thta that Boh art* tame to want and Rrirf. Ha waa aetaolly deetitote. He looked hanary and was poorly elad. In deapatr to cms to as one day (or w«k or adviee. lb* big Uui rolled down hi* oheebe u he toM M bow Mtqie ltd degraded he « aa, aad bow be longed to reform. I told bin I bad no work, and adrM him to so to Samner. " Go to Semnerr be nid. 'Ob, DO; I tmalted Samaer a abort time ago. I aant go. "■ Tea. yon oan.' I laid. *Oo to bim just u yon bare eome to me. Tell bim frankly the wboie etory, and be will help yon.' "Hoberta did aa I advised. A boot ten o clook tbe nest moraine ha tattooed bia ahabby eoat around hia Deck. to hide hi* fltanel abirt, and made bia way to the man whom be bad grossly insulted bat a abort time before. Bamaer, U ie well known, waa alwaya a late riaer, and saMom breakfaated before 11 o'eloek. He received the anfortnaate man kind ly, and, inviting him to breakfaat, list ened patiently to bia atory. Roberta told m'" afw wards I hat that waa the 9 rat aqnare meal he had eaten far a long time. In leaa than two daya Bob arte waa given a poeition in tbe navy yard, and henceforth waa a different man. Whan ha told ne later bia exper ieooe with Hnniaer that morning hia eyee filled with teara and his voioe trembled with emotion. It waa a nag nanimona act on the part of Hnmner, and an ootward expression of hia troe oharaoter. "It was ths taming p< int ia Huberts' eareer. Only a few months ago be de livered one of the best temperance speeches I ever beard in my life. Up to tbe day of hia death, which oeenrred quite recently, he bid a great venera tion for the memory of Samner, the man who was eo kind and general a to him In trouble." t'HKEFTS STIUVI*.—Take two ounces of the best pastry flour ami mix in a Utile pepper ami salt, together with ]u*t a dust of cayenne. Rub in two "limes of butler as (or pie crust, and when these are thoroughly incorpor a led add two ounces of grated cheese; Parmesan is oreferaUe, but any dry. strong sort will do. Work the mixture to a smooth paste with the yolk of an egg. Should there not be sufficient moisture in tbe yolk of one egg, use part of another, or a very little lemon juice, bnt on no account add water, as it lias a tendency to make the crust tough. Work the |>aste till it is stiff and smooth, and roll it out till about one eighth o( an inch thick. Then cut iuto straws aud bake. nm OPERI HOUSE, lIPORTMT IIMOUNCEMERr. Monday June 30th and 21st. R;tarn aiml )Mt appsaiaaet of id. Famoq. 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