H THE PAROWAN RRAMATIC. Tlld.vj.iit, of the I'arow.in Di'atuitlc H lissocliitlon Ulrtur cil the furo pift of H the week lins been u Mill fee of tilOaMiie H anil enjoyment to otlr Citizens! mid the V two excellent clr.'iinai wllicll they have H 'presenteil Have heen lllf-llly appreciated, H :is wis MtbHnn(iu11y slioivn by the pita- H hud housns which they drew. The writ- s br hail the privilege of ivlttiessiiii? both H the perfbrniiinccs, and In cumtndn wltlt H the majority, and iw far its' wo know H the whole of the audience ivs well H fcutertninl'ii. ' H Vv ero pleaded to sec ninontr the H company those old veterans of the Par- H owa'n stnere,' (ieorge Taylor, David Ma- H theson, A"le. Orto'n and 11. It. llonson, H without wlio.se presence a dratnatle emu- H liny from I 'a rowan would not seem to belong there. Since we had the plea- Bure of seeing tho Pnrownii Dramatic 1 last there has been a number of new H trcinhers added; lncltitIng vi)H but one V cxacpt'lou the whole of the lady mem- H. berslilp, t6gethcr Willi C. I). Adams, M Will Leu A'datiis, Win if ifolyoak, .1. I) M Illcliards nun CJnrlt Watson. It Is chill- H cult tc say which play Wih iiliwl the best by our townsfolko, somu express' - log n preference for one and tome for H the other. Space will no! allow us to H tfcat the merits of the different (tutors us lmtob'lh defnil nb Ho would ' lilte but H a fevy'yvbt'd.s in that line is due to the ladles and gentlemen u ho have so ngro- H ably entertained us. Mrs McGregor, B who is the lady that has been in the H troup tile longest and who is the best H known In, this city, seems to have yffi H none of her Thespian skill slncpt; j H saw her In the drama som2Xcara ago H and she did her part wlth gUm Um M won for Her warin cno?mjuma from ,lup m many admirers. MrjjVCOlta UttsmUb. H sen as the hot,scls5 , ,, , : , LLM biitwM run down"r' esPeClny when K Oeorgo bowed hlflHcrnl?K0'3own "Ul1 A " "ffilicre Kj 2..Cii hhn, Willi tho Bhe "nduVyioor .Toslah shbuld HP iicr fist a nl !, Uasinussen, g broom. Tliciathls lail- in both H be a uarnlU'very good acting and as H probaAn',edro( lier malce-up was pro- B plavrie best in the cast Miss llarb- H Mathcspn daughter of Mr. David H Matheson Jr. althpngh not In thu best H of health showed herself to be her fath- cr's daughter by tho able manner In H which she acquitted herself hi the two H parH which 'hiie played wliile her.1 H Iter inailageincnt of Mr.Orcgnry Oriiues H was caliitilatcd to fill tho minds of the B married ladlun present with envy- and H thulr worst "Hylfi" with dismay. H (leorgo Taylor and Divld Matheson H wero both very hard to beat. Mr. H Matheson seemed ns mueh nt home In H his part as though it had been made on H purposo-for him, ulille Mr Tajlor'xo H uci)cssftilly dlnguised Ills real nature H In his iinpersoiiatlou of tho villainous H characters ho was playing as to win H the hatred of the greater itatt of the H audlencie; "Oh how I bate that fellow" H and "Curse him 1 should like' to choke H him'1 were ruirfarks that wo heard issue H fiont thu lips of.Mimo of tl.o fair oiie- Hj present. Others thought that he must H be a bad man at heart or he ncer could H ()lay tho vlllian ro 'perfectly. Mr. Taylor's H make Up1 was among the host presented. H Mr. C. 'D. Adams vas thoioughly at H homo as 'a pollttcal candidate, which H did not sttrih'lsu us, but When he per- H fornlud tlie part of a lover With nnnl H facility, we fOlt asktlred that ho must H liavi "Love at home," or he needs wat H aiin. We have seed Mr It It. Benson H Aw the stage a numbijr of tlmiM, but in' H Ills pert of Matlifew Ilrandon he surpas- H seel himself Or.e of the most aiuublug H chaps in tlie whole outfit was that long 1 Chinaman Wine Lee who might h ive H got lots of pitfona,'Q in thu laundry IH buslnois if ho eould have been found jjH after the play. It there was a HH Mongolian colon)' 'In the county B there Is no doubt but What he HH could get a Job as oapUiln. Mr J. F. H Hlchardk and Will L. Achims performed flB t')ie parti ailgneil the,in creditably, but HBB as our 'I'arawau corroapondetit bayis VaB whon ''penklug ot tlto Cedar players, H "Still in thu eternal fitness of things BBftVI there wti sora'etliing laaklng," and in HBBBJ this Case it as prlnolp'iliy tho iuaUc-i)p H of Mr Adatni ulio was altogether too H ' youthfiil In apiiearuuce for lie middle- H need part he had assumed. If. Is no H doubt bun.rrt ha trying for fine. looking H young fellows like Will I, to ( disfigure H theiiiMlves so as to Ipok like older folks, HjH btit-lf thoy sueetedintltelilm'ii0ieon'it- H lonti it tntmt be ddrje. Mr. Adams' B strung'polnt is Ida godd infempry. ho HBbVI upptaved to be irfeuL In his lines. B . Ijaslbtit Unt Igaict iliat black rasflal BH ..B)her,wJUiouwlti)iil(-tiiy ltiit,plnv I 7ouIdhavuleu'llghtuf. Mr.." Win, IK HHHHJ Molygs'c made an Hvoollunt I'ujiersoua. mn.nlw.iiMi !! " i - - . . - r" Hon of thl ehfirncter, ftml hit llroly wit and huge good nature waa one of the plcntautett features ot the occasion. Taken altogether we feci thni our neighbors Imye ncciullted themselves well antl we believe such visits will be productive of better feelings between tho two towns, Come nfttii friends.