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tad » BREVITIES. ■Me tonight. uteh tide today at s;t i p. a. YyHtilco ie dae st 8 a. m. tsday. mnO am red last a*h*. ia the los«*at day a* the ye«. Khaa trsnp* rttarata y*aterday aad die adnty. waa toed •#. "^Tfthsa ° lri *• trK Hall is confined to bla taoa w J .Tri.att«* of Ulaess. «kf inUß* tof month*. zzJ** *uTTr ikaeta »v* already baaa atadtt* "ftSJTSStaui eaoaitaaa M vlSorto talks Otyraptaa. miw —--- tskaa her farewell tata area "tTke tears of her at C.-jr« » wpera Hoaae. n, Vemwa thrtaUaa Teaapsrsana ffISSSMJS?" - "" - "" tagrg direct frow lb* tL PUrk of U» DtoUiel Court cot Me Ua owe ottca, which tadka brtghter from ite everhaullng. Aboat UB people left here last arming . Ite (Jeone K Warr to attsad the Srtlta eelebnEsa at Victoria today. tfaaHt g Ide renamed her roots Hita,oß Thureday ereaing. at popular gta« Hob Jehu K. Kinoes' has caaaaalarl to uiui'rwJut of Ibe Day oa the ItaiU IfjSr athaatUe. The (vator has aot yst beee lekeete*!. It,i few peraoa* preeoatad thamsetrse ftaiataatratiaa >r«tordsy, sad among (2L«rsuo<i4 preaeat Ihetnaelraa there were as WOMB. O-asy'a atpaatar Boh Irrlog la hHlBi he' upper worka placed on bar at k l'o«a Mill. She will aot be la yy. T conditio' for folly a weak yet. The Coanty Comaalaatoaata hare re i j. h. lawla to aaaiet la the proea eatiou of Moiwa. Hill and liairUj The ledlctmaata were drawn hy Jodga l«wla. The North Seattle Woman'a Chrlatlan fwlnlci Uateu haa died lu artlciee w.lb Nellie M. Hun ir Crook and Carrie M. Hill m lacorporator*. Haiaee and Hherry. tws aallow on the EOraeral Knox, got Into a acrapa oa IM which resulted ia Sherry cutting Moatkehead wltt a psekathaifa. The natter will ba inraetlgated by the noon Mr. Jobs MscKwes, Tile of the bark brrmaala. iowk»4lngooal at the bunkera. met «Uk a re*y palaful accident while croaa In(mei lL th<p to th<- wharf oetiug timk UiaalDg h'e fooilwc. he fall SataT ward Into the bar, *trU'»}l a tof ar fende- Mle. He waa aooa hauled on Q*ck. Hi* Ijljanaa are not terloaa. rMHXU.VAUi. J.t. HaNaoflkt r*,"* Brn ®' l from Port'and Uit attaiag. Gapu « 0.1. C lancy, of yaaUMaj ia Seattle u. U McNeaiara. postmaeter at rert Towaaeod. la ia tba city. l»r. M. M. Walker. of the United IUM amy and located at I'ort TowiaawL ia In ihsetty. K. T. Powell, eoaaf Pro'eeaor l'owell. hii aonpted ike uwluoa of freight clerk oa the North Pacific. Ueorga NltveU, Diaatur mechanic at tbe I'ort Ludlow Mill it in the city and regte ured at the Bruiiewtek. Mi*- A. K. UasCateky.MimwuWkj ker little daughter Laaeie. arrived from I'ertlaad and will vlett her puHli, Mr. iad Mr* dirure. Mil. Dr. Klla Whipple. Mia. J. H. Bkld citf lliit tvMilnK tnd will to be held her. thie weak w.r. M»wh«nt. i HII FrurlttOi A. W. rocrw*. *• M. Arsory Robert 11. WUeaa. O-Watenaaa. a iiaa'te*. <>f Ithae iVwmiw; Hedioau U. w. Stewart, W. imn tod wlfe.of California, *i» »t tl>» Srm Bngland. Mr*. Martla. of Kmc T. Cooker, af riMkUn. Mr* *ll. Wr.ii.Mloe Almtra rs&s? Uvt, ef B«M}; A X. Martln.Oeorge W. Hum of Kant; WIUUm O. Oougan. L. Klein. of fan Kraaoiei*. Julia JJ« Cenky. if Taooain. arc at the Arnngtrn W. W. UrUJln of KldaWo. J F. Kan 4dnb Ueo A. Bu m ef saa Fraaciaoo. « oTjoo« I. a.. Themaa of NewcaaUo. F.i,. AmiiroMcl af Hlaufhtr'. Oeo. K W Uwell of Port tiaaiMa, Joha T. J^t'liwnr maak. W. Piute of Bnobouiieti AJaai Mr*ad! gI ftort Hlakaly. Mnw Dapoo of Tetania. are at Uw Hrunewtrk, Chart** Haletead of T aroma. T. A. Her <« cf Kaet See Inaw, Mile. Khea of Parle. ~"V Ke.ee of New York Juha C. Hryoe t,oi,> ■ M Brookaa or LiiWuo*™ o. - Aetorte,area*tae OMdtatal. DISTRICT COURT rH<>CFfP r,foft * . • 1 SurTiJt. Jai c *l. la the <**•«* l .„* | »a. A. T Ahel. iadlcted for MUlaglmuor to minora, th<' defeodaul • tuoriief oloetted lean* evldrpoa latradmwd to the on tbegroand Ike ln4Mt»«a( do<w not cbaree any «■ '•aae a«a n«t ih# la»e of WaabiMton Terrilery. The motlou waa granted, aad ike iarv. when Court ,NO«»coee'"••r™* vUI w iaatruetel to retara a »«laillj. whoa the defendant will he re Itie rarteue caeaa agalnet Oeor»» O. Rlllaere couttnue<t for tbe teem, owing «»tke lUaeaa of defendant. The accneed. Wwcrer, win k» reaoired to plead to the •kheaa mdl, tmema d'irtag Ue preeeat M*m«f t'ourt. . . TV atiplU atlon for a new trial In tbe *aa» af the Terntonr va. Oeorge H. MUb-r ■a» 4raled. _■ the eaee of the Territory »a. B- «• Bam» i ad L-ted (or forwer*. argumeni teaa the dewarrrr to the ladictmaat waa tel'it lewarday afteraoon by the at tor ¥%• OKM too la kM>l oa the gronad I «»ai the book apau which the al »*»d fraudaleot eoirieawere awde la not • • ie.,aiwd by law to be aept ti» tbe *a»Uar a-d iberefore could BO t®twa "*ar Um atatutr i>uaiahta> alteratloaa of ••.*l*l rnKvdt and. furtheruiore. thai tkaalleged teserr waa cnlj a menioraa "o. the ectrr of which »ae merely •ade aa a manor of nenveolaaoa. a»d the allegel nror la I** delf »eaab *««aly Immaterial. Hroafc Sf ae? Raaald aeked foe Uaota whlcb to wkk k » a> graaled by tbe t'ourt oa *ja««t or d, (*ndaat aceuaaet. who Made «k» Rieulat oa thai If the ladtetaaMt JaatThe held good, the caaee *haU he at the prearnt term of Oeurt. ta tke cave of tbe Territory va. w. J. w«klaa. u>di> ted far perturr. the argu ***'» aa Ike deeaurrer to the ladtoteaeat taken «ad* ~ adviaemaot by the ••" aad the mm. hy - aaaeat. waa coa "Mad (or ta* t«rn> .atktHwof Joba K. ra. W. J_fcT»ard. the u rlator bates oat awue mwrkad a vardu-t plainti* a«<l •k'waaa kla damage* at >»>' The caee «> I j the r-ui>rtu Court en a,- »» t O. ttrbtaia. ladgmani •leetd la la kiv fif pUlattw kr Da . U the caae at J. Uarwett 1 • i a dea«w ef divorce waa en a natiie of Norway •»« to ctuaanebta. , . J a Lewaaaa %•. A t> H«iia«»a. jadg "•t (or nUiaUtr (or fltt Xi aad aaeta. *• U Tealer ra. Vkltttam Oog* Judd **' tor Waiat" for »MJ t>. „ W. t>mae ve *ll>Joja P»k<« •"Btiedm*,-! tor plaintiff (or «*a» . *Ut«uu rraa* ra. WtUwn Dah.rilo« Jadgmeat (or pU.ant for lean adiournod t.U 1 a. pi. ll t '—J ot oflonaao >• fc'iwf «KIU utd until all W» *>• of l4lv' boo*, foil BaMwf. "5* f»* ** ® *?**?,' s*» to »4d M M *»4 ' 4 •* jutuil tnanwrf' LCCAL LEGISLATION. tn iuur BOMbou QnZmimm* BaaUh The appllaalhiti sf Kishard PrtMkatd far a istoH Uqws* runn mi rafsmd. raat raro. The Coaaeil prooasdad te ssatadtr tta rate by tbs M tyor of aa —" herrtefor* paaaad, proridiag la* Ita of Hesood atrast from D*pat *tra*t to Oraat ttraat. the ordinaaa* was loaaa Oooaottmaa Karth aaorad that the ordiaaaee ba paa*d on* tea Mayo*'* w*te. The mataoa wo* lota by tbs M lowiagrot*: la faror of tos ordtaaaaa, ootwitbstoadiag the objtottea ot the Mayor—Forth. Friak. Hnmall aad Ktalia; an** Uta aad Htasklsr. Cooaeileaaa Faith aaorad that the umttw of widaaing and a'eodiac He* ood taraat ba nteiad to the Strata Com ■ mittaa, aad the Committee dinted. Is ooojocotioa with tbs City Harrsyor, to axamiae aad report aa aatluata of the eota of wHialag Hesood etrast 90 f*at wide, from Depot to Mill atr»et. aad Sooth Third taraat froen Mill atraM to King tafest. Carrtad. Tbs OoaasU tbsa pr»a«*d*d to <qaal iae the mimauiot roll for tbs district aatabltahad by Ordinaaa* No. 829, for tbs tmprorsmsal of Sarrath tarast from Battery tarset to Madison attaat. No oa* appearing to analsat tbs earns, it was ordered that aaid imwniaul roll b* approved. The Strata Commlttsa returned the plana aad apatafteatiaaa for the In proeemsat of Foarth atreet from luion to Bell, aad, oa motion, the aaaas ware approved aad adopted by the Ooaaoil. Oo motion Otto Satatb wae appointed Clark of Bastion for lbs Third Ward, ia the piass of R. M. Hopklna, whe dt alined to aerra. OIBBMim Ao ardiaaaoe waa *obmittad by ihe City Attorney, entitle/ aa ardiaaaoe, etaabltehiag the grade of Fearth atrtel, from l oton to Ball; alaa aa ordiaaaee to proride for the grading aad improre meat of Fonrth atreet, from (Jniaa to Bell. Adopted by a fall rota. Gooooil adjoaiasd. Th* short way, tbs qnlsk way. tbs only way, tbs direct way lo tbs (oft •pot In th* Am*rit*a heart I* to **ll th*m oboes. This la what w* an going to do with Fn*man Bros' stock of hosiery. 750 dosan will be off*nd Men day morning, from 6a. to 3ta. a pair. Com* aad *** them. Totu* A Hrno as Max. Mono* Dsaiso.—V acterday was tb* day act for bearing the arguments for • a*w trial in th* eas* of ths Territory againat Qeorga H. Millar, eoavioted of tbe cturdar of James Manning < >lnan, and the ooart room wu threnged with naoUtora. The prisoner h« ohanged oonsiderably tinea tba rerdiot waa faaad against bim, looking mora pale and haggard. The arguments in fevjt of tba motion were long and load, and ware baaed on alleged arrart on tba part of tba Jadge in his obarg* to tba jary. At the oonolaaion of tba argnmant by dsfsodaat's oowisel. Chief JostiesJooee said) "I Ibave ao doabt that I did not aieeed tbe law tn tbia trial in my obarge to tba jary, and the points of tba ebarge wbiob have been attaaked are endorsed by tba highest jadioial authority, and several Unas af lata have been sustained by tba ttnusewe Ooart of tbe United (Mates. I have not the slightest saspi eioothatmy ebarge was erronaotn. Tbe motion la overruled." Tba defendant t attorney gave notiee of an appeal, and tbe Ooart iasoetl as order that tba reporters eepy in fall the nrcoeedingt of toe trial. iaelndin« tba and tie it vttb the Ooart. ..J a t tba same tic.ii forniab tbe attor ■eve an eaeb aide a oopy thereof Defendant'* attorney than moved far an arreet of jadgment, the beenag of wbieb motion was sat for Thursday. Jane 90th. at wbieb time eaotenoa will probably be pronoaneed on tbe located. U*wa at T«» Caaixun. Nates*. OWILMIM. the Front Street grooer, re seived oa laat Hatnrday, direet from Kietern paehere. a ear Wad of Ngat eoradhan.* Prioee plaeed at bediroek. QUI and try them. je 'JO- Funbsal or V. W. Mrum -A number of frienda and aeqaalataoeea of the late F. W. Myleu met with tbe aaeeaabled meiabere af tbe Meatlle aad franklin ■odaee of Odd Fallowe, on Hnnday after nooo to pay tbeir laat reepeete to the departed friend and brother The bean tiful oaaket ooeapied a pteoe ta the ean tei of the ball and oa It were piaoed a eamberef flerai tribntee One notiee able tribute w*e a Dieoe wrought in evergreene aad white daiaiea. repreeent Ing the thr-* link* of Odd FeUowehlp. The etb»r pt-eee noticed were ereaaea Of White ptaka aad a wrwrt of white roar a. The aerneea In Ue Lai I were eoodueted by the Bee. A 4 Hanaon and tbe efcoir of the Meth odiat KpiMopal Charah. An «M»r»u nity waa then gieeo for the frienda to view tbe reaaaine, when tbe aad proow- VM tfcktn up MM! the broibcrt of ths cr&tr, wi+ »9«tl onrrumm of #r!Lid< ctv&xd"* m tlom msreb to tbe where the fnnorAl mtioM were bf4d ooder the towioe* of order, * b * ri4Pt -^ oi 4? i * l °' Noble Orandof Oil re Braneh.oaa'^ SSU ho-e Mr mtntm fM the andering yrong aan. s.'s^stwS ! awsr.!; untiring frteada. Ji i* BO longer »eeeeeary to P*> « .HlMhell oMta Fareete 10aewla.l.»aeeyoQ r order al the offloe. No. t, Jaa.ee oppoeite the <>oo«Jeatal. aad •» will be uronipll' attended to. j«*t6- Caaa —lh,nß d '*** * etae of eoMidertbie lipporteaee wa« tried in the Pieirtet Ooart. M wu Ifce oaea of Thomu Oaaey agamet tka Weetern MiU i jeapanr It eeeaet teat a csehlae oa which > '***' «• mggot o»t of order aadhe SLald be fl*ed. A Week later, owing to harltd r K£ay tedkMing aa tejary trom wAiah he wtll |fL«M iwttnaneauy recover. Me beougbt Pieutet Ooort agalaat lb# ooaapaay for >I«"W bat wm awarded t'tsisr^S'SriE W.UV XZ XL? tt> * djlce Toauae a fcnranai*. «uiwu M Hi f At^ ir s^SJSss 25*J2 - »•»•» <i tT*cTm, (***£ SEATTLE DAILY POST-INTELUGESCEE, TUESDAY. JUNE 21, lit 7 MI.LI. RHEA, twm Ttfomm rmci urni iua Afteratory mwlilfiikin Tw tori*. Mils. Bbos aad bor exoelUat sea PMjrJhkra agmia ntaml to dalight Bos* «m nu ftiUJ U*t maim «1 Thaw who hav* mm bar tan bees *mil with bar. ud lata olsbfs per formance osOj —»» d to raise her is th* liroatinn of those who have already acknowledged he* to be u irtaw af pre MiMM ability. Te display Mile. Bhas's latest* to ths beta advantage a happier nlaotioc from be* rep ertotre thu "The Widow" e>3d aot, perhaps. have beta made. Ia drawing room or emM; "aidj the ta unexcelled. -The Widow" shows ooawdciabls originality ia taxi aad tc trujttoc aad afford* abundant opportaaittei foe a preosnta tioo of Ibote a ear characteristic* that have made Shea *aeh * (tmiW The ptot aad dUtioa aie somewhat Free eh. bat oaly anflWiieatly eo to rcoder it bright, sparkling aad faU of intenta. The astir*, ham w aad aenouvom are daftly h tended ia aaoh prop .rtmna ae the whole a flivor that ia delicious The som*dy taaaaeat ia light without beta* too foroicai, reftoed without ho tag Wfid. aad it ia bandied by oxtuta who app rente it thoroughly aad eater into Ma apirit with a net that oreatee an eff«et altogether delightful. Mile. Bbsa'a work lata evening waa aa Ha tched aad completely aatiafyiag aa acy aba haa heretofore undertaken ia thia taty. Aad it ia quite a range, too, that ia offered a oompetent artiste, that of portraying the oondiettng emotions. Brat of a widow ia mooroiag, and later of the woman of the world who baa gradually throat aaide her sorrow and entered again into the delight* of tire. She appeetaaioc folly, however. the es sential quelitieo which distinguish to CoutHrsn ia her changing mood*, and be* ebaraaterualion la each not wai artiatae throughout. Especially waa thia so ia the Utter portion of the piav, when the queetionable action* of the "let* lamented" were broosbt to light through the ieweler'* book*. Khaa, of oooree, looked beautiful, her stage presence waa aa faaoinatiog aa evsr, ber aMMMh aa graoef a!, aad ber vivaei ty aad iaapataoaity aa thoroughly cap tivating. Tbe (upport was well balanced. Mr Fnrvsl gar* a clever bit of oomady that was *iutUn*d from first to lata. Hta antics on tbe stage wan txlrsuely laughable aad tbsdrolUrien of tbs put evidently highly appreciated. Mr. Owen a* De Lson was oxotaUnt, and Mr; Amory t*ffl«i*ntly oonveraant with tbe lov* making of a newly w*dd*d pair to give several decidedly amusing bit* of by pUy. Monro. WUson and Oibba wan atao good. Misa Wateriaan was sbarming aa Valentine aad Mr*. Wren, Miaa Strong aad Miaa Uan tea did their work ia a very aooeptabl* maansr. lb* interior soon* which did wrvis* daring tli* entire play waa admirably set and the artistic arras gem act of deUils re flects maob oredit on Mr. Davie*, tb* •tun manager. M'ile Kbea will to night take bet fare veil of Beattle, appearing io tbe E» glieh ootuedr, "Tbe Coaotry Girl." lbe role of Peggy is eiaotly saiUd to ber protean geoing. Bbe rer»U in it* delineation, every mental fibre witbia bar being in onieon with tbe eharaoter. Hhe appear* a* an unoonth so on try girl, and in tbe sseand aet aaanmet tbe dia galea of a boy. appearing with ber ao cotUimed graoe in a pretty, beooming, bat thoroughly inodeet male at lira. M'lie itbea it, if poetible, bioJ eomer, and more winning in tbe dress of tbe page than in any otber, and ber innate retiuetuent and thoroughly artutio taste And a fitting frame in tbit oongenial rote. "Tbe Oonntry girl" bad a ran of over one bandred nigbta at Daly'e Theatre, New York. It i* fall of laughable titaati ins, brittle* witb wit and repartee and is altogether a moat enjoyable performanor. Mile. Kbea will present every lady attending the theatre witb a band Mine silver thimble, on wbiob her name ia engraved, a pretty toavtnir to keep ber memory green un til ebe retorna again. Koan iteuj by item of oar lata great pursbues. Dreet goodt wor.b f1.26 for GO o. Ltdire' boaa for Jibs. north 75j. TOKI.U 4 HIHOBBM IN. RKDKM PTuRIST FATHERS Lm> Friday eveuiug there arrived in oar city two repreeentai.vM af the He demptorUt order of the Uomto Ontho • Ike Oiareh. The objset of their vitit being to hold a mUaioo for a period of ten day*. Ibe flret eervioe »»• beld on Holiday uoruing at tbeOatbolie Cbarob, and iu largely attended. The ear won era* preached by Bsv. Father Mi l<eogtalin on the obj iota of the mteeiio, and bow to keep It properly. Us a!«<> explained the origin of the order or Lignoriaae of Ifedeniptoriit*. aa be Id* a eoogiegatieu of tuietionary prtettt, and that tbeir objeet it the rellgioal in etrastion of tbe people and the reform of poblu morality, by periodically visit ing. preaching and hearing confection i Their inetraotieae are ordered to be of tbe plainer*- and inoe'. eimple oharaa ter. and tbeir micittrationi are entirely without pomp or oeremooial. In the evening at 7JO, Key Father MiMagb - lin again preaobed. hit tnbjeet being oi tbe vnlae of the aoul. After thi« U». Father Kern addreeted the oongregt tion with inetruetioov on Catholic do - tlee and Jevollent. The eerviist here after wIU be held daily at 5 a. m.anl 10a. m , and p. in., and a etiidrea s eerviee at .1 o'oloek p. in M bare already been eetabliebel in Sp>- kaoe Falla, Sprvie. Walls Walla, I'omereT. Union and Kileaabaritb From here tbe fathers go to Taioait ! and Vanooarer. The abort way. tbe quick way. the oalr say, tbe dtrrol way to tbe aoft fpot tn tbe Aseriean heart if to eel! them ebeap. 1 bie it what we are poin.> to do with Freeman Mroa' etoaa of bowery. JSO doi»n will be offerrd Mon dly morning, ftom So. to 3T>J. a pair. CVime aad eae them, loiut A Bi»o aaaMi. HAKITIAL CONSTIPATION i n j kidtwv aad Im ilia. d*p*adiß4t oo t wwvk at LD«««m o..o<J.u>c of »b« k.d Mtt, Urn or bow*4«, y u j MnmßCOtlT »lT»d OOW bf tb« «» Of lb» geotl* diartti*. Strap of Kw«. !«• «tOM» «•• wk * ll ' »**«"• 11 UM tatw, to »toni »o*, iUmhMto >b» mo., M»»u »«*<*. ko d truly bsotflffi*! »o »*•<* )fot n.it id V) gnu *od f 1 bo»tl«»- <!• I.SAL FSTATK TR.ISStBRS. lb# w#r# AW I® lb© A»liu>r« ?I > r Aro» * Wtlt «o Abu* BraiSa.; >w W«ul SK iof fl> I »*l »jot id- 3(V, !»W .«f**l of «e iyTrw.l «Ul toviud^Klto CU»CI !• J«mf» M i jHSS T3SSXBSX S YwdM !Sd »it) bfj u lio»<n«fc. , r V: UJ MWWI t« fe* \* *r*rn iad«ito»eTirrj» •«" to ® b4ocA jgaggSffisaa 'srirssssT feji Of r»cUOß*l btar« « Urn*?* •ddluiA lUK NATIONAL l»l»KA»E DOWNKD u r ,jnji tl ►> Mlted iiMiw »b4«* m!*** ur tk< r«o» of ladi«** o*b*n >um*. TJe b«* foown nm4r fo* UHlmaattoa. moot* rrit™nV of tMMMOtak M «M 2L Sm bw« qmJ to lb* I nxW BWh £Tioor« if* ■ I f>* »••*» Hmnin » KTn-IP-«i •;« ">• ~:* tjn»To/ ia4*«*Mo» « »•* V y_T M 4.. U tM«*l *MMto u t*»Uj ©*n*J , . S:»P»1U i* l ritOM THE fORT Of EXTRT hbutk wttHM-ii aaut ortits. MtTUMSB-«mu.itn«aMa [Jbpwtar CWrr. Pott-ImtiUgmnr l A ghntt— ian who ha* jxst arrived from ths North West TerrMorr, Bnttab of a romsatie wedding b*awee« two yoaag hdaa* of thsl dtatnta l**t month, tbe *oh*tasoe of hi* story was as fol ia a *mall town tatoatsd ia SMthsrs Varmoy lived a family by th* asms at tax hoy*, tbe oldest being a haadsome yoong lady, named Ago**, of se**at*ea wtmmers, with roan actio Inclinations aadadatamto are tbe world. Bsaliz ing ths attsr impossibility of a girl traveling over thu vast continent on protested by frisads aad tb* family being som*wbat ftaantaally embar ram d. abs teally soetidered th* advis ability of asaamlag male attire. Her family at Ant objected, bat tbe maaaer ia which the yoaag lady pre pared for departure aooa eonvinoed thorn that *be would bare ber own way. Os a brgbt spring morning ia April, ISKi. Abe bade farewell to her happy home, t smiag to Chioago she cbaaged bar attire, aad her loag, flowing triaai » ere ohoro. after whioh sbe sppßared ie b* a haadaoane yoaag gentleman, with a graoefol and ehanaiag maaaer that woa her many friend*. A gnat demand for laborers oo tbe Northern Paotfio Uailroad waa being made ia Chiea.ro. Packing op bar vs I iae, abe assumed the naaa* of Harry Prastoe. aad started for ths froot. Harry Preston, a* we will call ber now, •ooa aeoared a looratire potation ta ot*rk ia one of tbe ■amerooa depxr:- msnta of the railroad. For ovar a year ah* isotoiaed in th« employ of tbe railroad e-Mnpany and ■ant regular remittanoe* to the f-.mily tbaUtvad *o many hundred mile* to the eatasrard in tb* Oreen MoanUia State. After the completion of Ihe read, Pnatua was <ta*b*tg*il together with a large nomber ot other emptoye*. A drov* of aattle was passing through Helaa, Montana, whan ah* secured a potation aa a bsrder for tbe drive to nouib*rn Manitoba. Kaaobing tbe fktliadUii Pacific Kail road, and tiring of th* raring lifs of a oow boy. Preston went to tbe front and worked for sev eral months as orartaer on tbe road. Meeting a young Canadian, whom we will oall Henry Vtnoent, a strong friendship *ooa aprung up betwaen the oooplo. Oo th* oompletion of tbe road in 188S, Vinoent invited Praston to hi* borne, when bi* father, mother and taster r*md*d. Tb* Utter, who** n \ma U Fiorenaa. conceived a ctrang likicg for th* dashing youug man from Ver mont, wblob altimately ripened into an ardor that wai irresistible, and appaar ano** aooa indicated that Florenoe end Harry war* deeply ia love with each other. Ths elder Viaoenla looked opon tte match with moob favor. Just bow Harry felt about thia matter ia not eUarly stated, bat M is suffioient to say be tbonght mora of ber brother than of Florenoe. Finally, to settle matters, Harry decided to bid foroweil to tbe girl who bad formed *u«£ a burning lov* for him. After an aasuecesafal Effort on tba part of Ploranee lo iudace Harry to pop tba question previous to bit teiutite. tbe old ium V mcent con cluded lo take ■ hanJ in tba affair. He summoned Harry be/ore him and of fered him I be alternative of murrjiDg the girl or taking the eonaaquenoes, wbioh he strongly hinted would be something terrible. Henry Vineent wu abaent at the time, and waa expeeUd borne every moment. Viuoent senior being aware of the faet, deaired that tba foroed marriage should take place oefore hia eon's return. A minuter ill gammoned and the bridal oauple stood up to be anited in tbe holy bond of wtd look, when Henry returned. This was more than Harry aoold stand. Bant ing into t?ara, she oonfeeatd her MI. Hear? Vineent waa at flrit dumb founded, hat the remembrance of her feminine way* soon convinced bim that Harry Preatan was indeed a girl. To ooneiode the affair, th« minister was not disappointed. Henry V moent and Harry Preatan (now Agnes Bennett) wera, with the fnll oonsent of the latter, ucited In the bonds that boand each to tbe other for Ufa. "What beo&me of lbs bride aid groom T' The reporter w\i asbar d into t e pretense of aobtrmiag young lady, witb handsome features, who proved to be a very cntertainiog oinversitumaluit. "Mn. ViuAot. formerly H«ry Preston, <w Agnes B»anet»," Mid the gentlsmui »k be fondly etnbraeed tbe fair wife at hi« aide After a ft* preliminary re marks oa Tariooi t«pio« tbe reporter withdrew, wishing tbe bappr oonple a pleasant joaruey to tbe eastern bone of the bride. an waaxi urnni Oo Haudfty mornixu? 7-30 o'clock the steamer Phantom towed tbe jigger rigged (team schooner Man Joan along side of Union wharf. Tbe vess»l wae in obarge of Davit, tbe engineer. Cap tain Kopperholdt, who bad obarge of the steamer when she left Portland, bad become violently iusane on tbe pasaags and bad to be plaoed in irons on Satur rreumg after an nnsaooemfal at tempt to jamp overboard. lbesteamsr BinJaan left Portland «n Tneeday tv-aiog witb foar persons ou board inoiading tbe Captain. Arrir iag at Astoria that night tbe seitioe* of I'ilof Powers were Meared to cross tbe Colombia river bar. Ne vessels betn* in sight tbe Pilot w*s obliged to oouo to this port. On Wednesday evening tbe engineer banked tbe fires and retir ed. leaving Captsin Kopperboldt at th-' wberl. The veesei then wss jast son to of from tbe soathwest. She wis making good headway for Oape Flattery. At an early hoar the next morning tbe Cap tain o%lled tbe engineer, aaying that there were three stow-i ways on board and that he heard the dog singing "My itannic wait* over tbe sea." Ciming on deek, tbe engineer foond the soars* of tbe Hta Jau> bad been changed daring tbe ntgbt, and at that lime tbey were direetly ctf Oray's Uar bar, bound sooth. Changing baek to tbe old sooree for Oape riattery, a heavy blow from tbe aorlbweet set it The batebea were fastened down. TL< eapUin wss qiist nntii Hilar day after noon, when be attempted to leap over board while tbe vessel waa in aigbt of Tatooth island. He waa rtrr ta iaoas. M.-irtty i&fl is Ibft otbiu lb* foil baring bMsa 35B«OBjfU on tb» d*» pr**ioo«. lb* miU b«J baes «et aid • 11b • Itaht btt*i' the Mniiei ami iv to Foiil Hodoon. vbto tb« wind di- J oct an J tbr thb tide *-t ID. the *»«* an ' Hbantoiu •«*>* ajjogvd* bud tu»Ki tLe Sto Jiu into port. (WptUD KorP" boldt WM tent la tb* Marin* lio*titil for treataienl. lb* MJO Ja*U bU tMMU flltad Qp M l tender to lb« oil-Mhert « on Ban Jmi Uland. to tak* tb* ft »e* ( lb* I job* B« cm K>no«.» M about *v«n to-*, fi/teet too tih* bu a i«b« etr«o of (5 >or from Pot: laud for lb* &*bcr*. Otptala K .pptrboidi is » able tigm" bT \r*Ar Soma T**r* ago be o-mu mu M a 1M MMI which was wwck-i OS th* Florida reef*. Oolf of ■«»«• H« twain with a tin# from lb* wreek< J tmk: t.) tb« Sbare. and wb:« eodM**r ite u> ,<»Ui to* bijot b*J bu I*r bail t i .arad b» a pieo* uf ooral. A purtnn of tk* boo* ni afteraard* r«o«-' Oal? • f*w ic «U>* a*a b* li*t bit Wif* *od oel» abitd- a danabtM W-J 19 rear*—tad thi*. q<uta Uktlt, aeooaol* for bit present condition. BovT cihins. On aitaraooa itrea sailor* frota tk* barkabtioc U*u<#r*t. *»• lata bet at Hadioek not to tows la tb< aftarwww U>*j at tamptad to r»»un, to Had lack to i ,kiC Wb*a a akort dt*unn* fro . I oio«i Wharf tb*v baean fcbtina, at i tbe raaatt of th* affair waa that tha boat Sr*(*U boat* imiaadute > want to tteeir asd waeofl i tbam frc ta Ibnr prrdioacisut. uiir *oms Tk* <uta Hbontr tis'iuaa ll ' -cJ«r th* »*aeaod of Wttiiaia Ue i lin*T. >»a*«de» aftantMa eke w«ti i » i It*. «tea*.»ki» tisho. !foo> C>»rU*»-' aniad «a Saoday aftetawn. acd d <oked at ('»« wharf. Y«te«id*y the crew were baaCy rmpicysd ia re surra; freicht for Alaekte j art*. A eonajt>i-rab> q-»*atity aa existed fr<>m Ssa Fr&ocaacv oa th? M-xioe- r*e Uafco ba* a fair passenger lid A Urge qmaaf.ty of frrsh fra t from Cali 'oral* ia b»ia« by lita ateeser Ths Sjrto Fac di h d oa fcoaro for V storia baUbrn rtettnHj Hti head ct sheep from op tcc SconX A match caoM of b sebail hetwrea the steaunbaat bcrya and tbs I'aknowa n:ce Will take place oa aext Sozday. Mr. WOii&m*, a representative at the Fart Anceioa Colony, was is town yes terday. He my* that Us Ocieoy a* pro grewtag xwely. 1%» rtsamcr North Fata 1* arrirsd at 11 a. is. veaterday from op Boaad with ahoat aOOtxooriuiaist* for Victoria to attend the Queen's Jubilee Amoeg the oiaay raeaeaeer* from this port were : Ibocoto aad Mr*. Hammond. B K aim Mas. iAiuwr, Miaa Lottie Himnaoad, the Misses i : rook«. Mr*. Max Oetm, Hen re. John f. Nutria. Oeorg* Baua. Ira P. S'u .tb. W. F. Ftactanorr, A. K WiLtrode, John A. Vaaßokkelea asd Ijcui* H. R'?th*abi!d. Ssvtral eArpectcr* left yetaerday for the Smith I* and L gbUaoiue, to make aoine noeded repair* oa the building All ot the station* oa the Sound hereto fore a-iog coal oil will he finished with uiorral oil fi*r taeb parpofea. It i* sUitaed th it wisb the use of the lat ter oil a olearer aad straogor light oan be obtained. A nomber of parties are roatrnaplat iag a vita*. toTiot;naoo next Satnrda y oa the t'-emner uiympiaa. The iadi» U-cs ar* itit thia *xtanion will b* largfe'y attenJed. lantßtioii* tare bseu i**n«d by tb* Port of Entry Social an i Uanoiag Hub to attend the boabon party oa Friday, Jaly Ist. Tbs folioting committee* have b-en appointed by tbe Fretaden': Committee on Arrangement*. A. C. Phil lips. H.H. Hiil, Henry Kntbusbild. O. W. O'Hrter; Committe* oo Inritation*. yrank P. Lofttw, Jame* W. MoOabe, Utmy Kolhachild, W. A. B?orUnd, W J. Joce*; Floor Committee, Win. H. Wbttthwey, F. W. Hasting*. A. C. Phil lips aad Frank P. Lottos. The Chilian baik Marts waa die ohargiag ballast yesterday. Tbe barkeotin* M aUy arrived on Hsn dar. twenty -two day* from Han Diego. Pobt XowNgrsD, Jane 'JO, 1877. Bliohtli InruatP.—Oa Sunday a number of boy* residing in Scotb Se attle, wen endeavoring to blow up a •tamp with powder. For (owe reason tbe blast di J not go off aa soon as ex pected. and Daffy Counter, one of Ibe boys, wtnt op to see about it, when tie oartridg* exploded, tilling Ira face with powder aaJ wonadine bim very se verely. It is feared tbe rgbt of boib bi* eye* has been dMtroyed. PBOPHYLACTIC IN SICKNESS. "Typhoid fever b&s broken oat ben again, bat wherever Darby* Propbylao tio Fluid ha* been frosty used there ba* bean uo fevsr."—Mj B. Lancaster, P. M„ in Oaatral AUbamian. "The Fluid ia not merely a deodoii xsr, but a disinfectant—a destroyer of the disease germ* in atmosphere wbiob oannot be breathed without danger."— N»w York Evening Post. THE TWO BKST PLANS'OF LIFE INSURANCE. The Travelers of Hartford, and the Providrnt Havings of New York. No aeaetaufnt*, and no promises of future dividends to disappoint tbe assured. These companies furnish life insaranoe on tbe ocmmon sense baainess plan, un mixed with banking or investment, con sequently their ratis .re mujh lawar, and oommend them to all in need of solid life losoranoe. TAYLOB A UCUHS are tbe agent*. The " CKNTEMKBI" ia the moat pop alar kid glove in Anierici, $1.46 for tivo buttons, 11.1)0 for eight buttons. Tbey are far below the prioe of any other standard maker, and far fit and dura bility are unexcelled. Tbe above are re tail prioe* (tbe glove is not sold at whole sale) at BOHWABAOUKB BBOS'. del 2 Bargains ! Bargains ! I Bargains I!! in crashes, table damask and napkins, bought for oash from Freeman Bros., of San Francisco, who are retiring from business. Ton.is 4 HHKKUIAM. Tbe Dt-wcit creation in bats arrived by exprtsa from Nt» York S<torday moruiDK. Jane lltb. lotus A Sino- EBMAS. FRVB s OPERA HODSB. IMPORTANT ANIVOUNCEIIIENT. Monday: Tuesday June 20th and 21st. B-'tnro ar.tl feat appetraßCc of the Faanua Artraa*. RHEA, Hmmp BT MR. ARTHUR FORREST, tiiJ an »io»li«i*. eeepaey. Is to» fvi»*lß« MONDAY, Tlio WIDQW. TUESDAY, TIIE t'OI XTKY «;IKL. n six or nut K.- ,1M TltK ixr • » BUcoiu sc! ■* *>* TURN HALLE, Fridi; Svening, Jaas 24, ISB7. lui Herr Ivanoff lennep, KMVI II U* W* Fartemer* * 4 Ci rhpsft t* 19 Uti t Uraud Either Recital, O.b< s aassafeo wiii b» iWstS tsj t»« Mor i H jacal t»!«nt Saatt's Turn Vereln Qulntatte, frj fttmt. U-vlrr Pte. fcrt. to-Pr-Ofcahßl r.thA. *ws <*>*• i-ra ;»;t. mi X. T*ks hi, 1 -uA' « > I . Mr. Tk 8 •»» 1« b* iKiUtd .1 U'SMC * gv-io S*• steie Laiot *. I«« S LiS».» ' U4> baa**. S-S** " 1 Mafcwfehew eWS I . ta><4. >*** EOLIPSEDI All our former efforts will be outdone by the most astonishing bargains which we will offer for sale this week. AN ADDITION TO ODR $200,000 STOCK. The last Great Clothing Auction Sale of the- season, held in San Francisco June 4th, we bought SII,OOO worth of Gents, Youths 1 Boys suits A new pillar in the Temple of Trade, composed of the following Bargains at one-half of their real value. Men's Suits at half of their false. Youths' Suits at half of their value. Boys' Suits, long trousers, at half of their value. Boys' Suits, short pants, at half of their value. $22,000 WORTH OF SUITS FOR SM.OOO. 6 lotß check I'ulon Suits at $4.15 10 lets Boys' Suits at $1.5« a suit 4 lots fancy Plaids Suits at $5.55 4 lots Boys' Suits at **. so a suit 8 lots Casfelmere Suits at $.30 O lot* Boys* Suits at $3.50 a Mill 3 lots all wool Flannel Suits at $7 1 lot Liueu Coats, 50 cento eaefc $200,000 stock SURPRISE AND BARGAINS 1 A complete surprise was given us last week, and it was cerlaiuly a very agreeable one. The importing and com mission Diy Goods' house of Freeman Bros., of San Francisco, decided to go out of business. Our Mr. Toklas, ever on the alert with ready cash, scoo|)ed 87200 of the following goods: Dress Goods, Dress Robes, Tabic Linens, Crashes, Towels, Napkins and Ladies' Hose. All of the above were bought at less than the cost of material. We think that the prices given below will be of interest to every person not only in Seattle, but the entire Northwest. Pri am • *»^w» Sale will begin Monday morning at 8 o'clock. DRESS GOODS. I «J£2E2HI!£~. 100 pieces, same exhibition in our HreM Gootls window, at ' r »c. yard, worth IjC. 40 pices, 34 inch Serge, good colors, worth 10 12c at the tniil, will be sold for 13 1 9c. 40c. Choice of "5 piecaa, :tf» inch auit ings. full line of tbe latest color ings, splendid quality , the actual prices of these goods are 75c., out you buy them a* long as tbey last at 40c a yatd. TABLE LINENS AND CRASHES. ACTUALLY UNDER COST OF PRODUCTION. 4. inch loom due. hf bleached Übto * inch «£?, « inrlh «tr» I^ UMB ' » #) inch satin Bnl.b. doat.le du»*. «* Um weU Worth V V.' inch !«om «lice hf bleached table full Bniabed, HOc t« irnh XXX i t ualrty, l»*rman dam linen, »'>c. w | oC b satin liniah, double Uaraaak, wk |j tthta reduced from |I.M) M inch too® m „ iuch „ lr , aat.n hiMMJIJ linen, 35c r ctt• B 4s- rMNlii*** J8 ioch Stevc-na eitra white and 16 inch chock glaiii towellnf 7e 16 inch gotKl quaHty linen <ra«h, 5c brown, l«c. Is inch " " 18c " : :: :\\Z wi#ch \t Inch " T O ~W" E Xj S'. .. I »il l.nca huck toweb #1 50 dot j MttO all linen damaak towel* do IBt X all linen huck towel. «1 WJJ W .. \,•• 7 | »iV) all *SO do, Hi3S all • 1 85 1 TOKLAS & SINGERMAN, Corner of « oaimer<-lal and Vtihb|Ui atreet*, MeatUe, W. T* SAMPLES SENT TO ANY ADDRESS. SUPRISE AND BARGAINS! SURPRISE AND BARGAINS I Look out This Week for the most Crushing Bargains of the Season. At 30c, we have the bast value ever placed before the public, in double fold Armure, the good* ate cheap at 50c. _ .. . 2V. we can show you an Inglub Serge or Caahmere, M inchea wide, that woold be good value at -Oc. if bought regular. At V>c One lot of 2-'. plecea. French all wool plaida, 4.'i inches wide; II bought regular would cost ••'>■> ; only 50c as long as they laat. if you do not have time to aee theae goods, send for samples. At r «oc. 85 pltcii double width, 4&- iorb, all wool, Trleot, Hjr»«o, HomMpuu*. (.'emel'e Heir Mid Xngliah Milton Sultioge; if bought regular would coat $t and |tr>, t lie eu tire lot u loog *» they lut at V> reals. Home of them are worth $1.50. If you «lo not btve time to cot*« toti tec tbem, tend for MD|IIH.