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FRIDAY, JUNE 12, Is
Stmr O It Bishop from Kniiiii
StinrMokolii from Molokai
Bgtne Clntin Spreckels from S V
Schr Nettle Merilll from Lahnina
Schr Bnlnbow from Koolau
Sclir Small S: Elba from Koolau
Stmr Kllaucu Hon from Wituluatd PI
Torn "Vcstn from Mnhukonn
htmr W G Hall for Windward Perth
Sclir Llhollho for Elcclc
Stmr C It Bishop for Kauai, via Wnh-
nao ami Walnltia.
Bgtne North Star for San I'raneUeo
Sclir Poholkl for Puna
HI: C O Wbltmorc for Port Townsend
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bgtne North Star. Morehouso
Bktnc Mary Wlnklemati
HkO O Whit morn. Calhoun
Bk Tycoon, Mokabv
British hk Orlcnte, Hughes
Bgtne Cluus Sprcckels, Drew
Bktuo KHktt.it, Cutler
From San Frauehco, per Claii9 Sproc
kets, Juno 12 Mr Glldmaekcr.
From Windward Torts, per liilauea
Hon. June i2 D H More ami wife, E
Williams, Miss Silver. Chas Miller. H
Johnson, Akana, anil u deck.
Mr Kelly, of the steamer Kllauea
IIou, reports rough and rainy weather
along tho Ilamaktia coast.
Stmr Kllauea IIou brought 2,010 bags
of sugar and 20 head of cattle. She
sails ontMonday at 4 p m.
The schooner Mann Is due here to-day
from Hawaii. It is reported that on her
arrival she will be made ready for a
trip to the South Sea Islands. She will
probably sail on the 20th hist, com
manded by Capt Lovcll. She will take
stores for the trading station of the
Pacitic Navigation Company at the Is
lands. Stmr Mokolii sails this afternoon at 3
o'clock for Molokal.
Schr Nettie Merrill brought 700 bags
of sugar and 1C5 bbls of molasses.
Schr Rainbow brought W0 bags of
The bgtne Glaus SpreckeH, Capt
Drew, arrived yesterday, 12 days from
San Francisco. She brought 14.0 hogs,
1,500 sks of flour, 74!i sks of bran, 405
sks of barley. 850 sks of bone meal,
05,000 fire bucks, 20,000 hard biieks.
100 bbls of cement, 50 ton3 of sand, 15
tons of gravel and an assortment of
At 2.30 this afternoon a bark was
telephoned 12 miles eat of Diamond
The tern Vesta anived this afternoon
from Port Townsend, via Mahukona
with lumber to Wilder & Co. She left
Mahtikona at 4 o'clock yesterday after
noon. The bgtne Noi lb Star cleared to-day
at the Custom IIoue for San Francisco
in stone b.illast. The Captain wanted
about 100 tons of sugar to balance the
vessel, but on account-of the number of
regular traders now in port and sugar
not being too plentiful, the Captain was
unable to get any. This is one of a
very few instances wheic a vessel of
tho North Star's tonagc could not get
enough sugar for ballast at this port.
.LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Read the Wilder Steamship Co.'s
about the new vol-
Messiis. G. W. Macfarlane & Co's.
credit sale will be continued at 10
o'clock to morrow.
The band will give its usual con
cert at Emma Square to-morrow
afternoon at-4:80 o'clock.
The shooting match between Mes
'srs. Higgins and Unger takes place
at the Casino to-morrow afternoon at
Tin: Mariposa sails'" on Monday ut
noon sharp. Tho Post-office mail
closes nt 10 o'clock, a late letter bag
at 11 o'clock.
Applications for money orders on
the United States per Mariposa
should bo made at the Postrolllce
before noon of to-morrow.
Tin: fourth of tho scries of base
ball games will be played nt Makiki
to-morrow afternoon, between tho
Married Men and Ocennics.
The bnnd concert nt the Hotel
Wednesday evening, in honor of
Mrs. Cliesebrough, was largely at
tended and a very enjoyable affair.
The Royal household troops are
now wcariug English white cork
helmets. They aro n decided im
provement, and specially suited for
this tropical country.
Tun Agricultural ' Society's horse
fair takes, place to-morrow out at
Kapiolaui 'Park. A good number of
entries have been received and tho
show will bo n success.
If you want to laugh and grow
fat, go to the "xoseinite skating rink
this evening and see the grand turkey
iwnt. The prize will be a very fat
turkey, This will bo the great event
of the season.
Anyone wanting to learn tho
melodious guitar can now secure tho
services of an instructor, on appli
cation at tho stoio of West, Dow &
Co, One can get n good guitar
there as well, any 'time. -
A nncr.PTiox wa9 held nt tho
Palaec this noon. The Royal troops
wore rlutioned on cither side of the
Palace entrance and tlio Royal Ha
waiian Band was iu attendance. Full
particulars appear in our By Author
Call and see the Burr Parlor Fold
ing Beds on exhibition at King Bros.
Just received per Mariposa a largo
lot of picture and cornice mould
ing, new style and patterns. King
Bros.' Ait Store. 42 3t
If you want a nice shoe, boot,
slipper, or any kind of children
shoes, L. Adler is the place for it,
13 Nuuanu street. U80. tf.
The Union Feed have on hand in
addition to their large and well
selected stock of Hay and Grain,
flno Rice Straw for bedding, put up
in convenient size bale, and which
lliev offer at reasonable prices.
FULL ACCOUNT OF THE RACES.
Yesterday was the thirteenth anni
versary of the natal commemoration
of Kamehamcha I. The morning
opened out gloriously fine, and no
bettor weather throughout the day
could have been desired. Early in
the morning- there was considerable
stir around town, showing that
something unusual was going to take
place. All the flags were floating
merrily in the breeze, the Govern
ment ofllccs and business houses
were closed and the day was given
up to a general holiday. The Ha
waiian Jockey Club had arranged
a good programme of races to take
place at the Park. Those who did
not care to go to the racc3 spent the
day in various ways, some picnick
ing, otheis in riding, while a good
many stayed at home to enjoy a rest
from the cares of business. Tho
valleys were full of small and large
picnic parties. There was also a
large party at the grounds of tho
Oahu College, all enjoying them
selves hugclj The races, 6f course,
drew out an immense attendance,
and the scene nt the Park was a gay
one. Below will be found a full
account of the races.
THE HACKS AT THE PA UK.
The races were held under the
auspices of the Hawaiian Jockey
Club. As early as nine o'clock the
roan leading out to the j.'ark was
dotted with carriages, horses and
pedestrians, all going to the races.
At different stages were mounted
police, who were instructed to pre
vent fast riding or driving, and very
little of it was noticed. At thc
Park the arrangements, which were
in charge of the indefatigable Joe
Wiseman, were well nigh perfect.
The high fence recently erected
proved to be a great boon. Quito a
number of refreshment stands were
erected near the entrance, all of
which did a thriving business during
the da j'. His Majesty the King
arrived about ten minutes before
eleven o'clock, attended by Col.
C. II. Judd, and was received with
the National Anthem. He occupied
his usual place on the Roj'al stand.
There were also present H. It. II.
Princess Liliuokalani, II. B. II.
Princess Likelikc, Hon. A. S. Cleg
horn, His Ex. the Attorney General,
and Mrs. Neumann, His Ex. the
Minister of Finance, Senhor Cana
varro, Portuguese Commissioner ;
the Japanese Consul, J. Nakamura,
Esqr. ; Hons. J. II. Cummins, Sam
Parker and many others. The
Royal Hawaiian Band was station
ed adjoining tho Royal stand,
and played selections at intervals
during the day. Beyond it was
another stand tastily decorated with
flags and evergreens, and occupied
by tho Makco family. Tho largo
stand opposite the Judges' box was
crowded. The members of the press
had been very thoughtfully provided
for in this stand, by having special
scats assigned them, but only, the
representatives of the Bulletin" and
Advertiser availed themselves of tho
Club's forethought. The course was
well-lined with spectators and the
attendance throughout the day was
very large. The weather for racing
was all that could bo desired, but
the track was not in as good order
as could bo wished for. A nice,
cool and refreshing breeze was blow
ing all day. Tho ofllcials were:
Judges; Capt. J. II. Brown, Messrs.
Cecil Brown and F. S. Pratt; Time
keepers, Messrs. C. O, Merger and
J, A. Spear; Starter, Mr. W. R.
Buchanan ; Clerk of tho Course,
Capt, A. B. Ilayley ; Snddling pad
dock, Mr. J. I, Dowsett, Jr. The
judges rang the bell at fifteen
minutes past ten o'clock for the lirst
race, but owing to the trouble tho
horse Hancock gave it was ten
minutes past eleven o'clock before it
started. Although there were two
police olllccrs stationed on the course
near tho wire, a good many persons
got on to the track who had not the
slightcstbusincss there, and were only
in the way. Tho following is the
result of tho racing.
l-Grazicr'n Plato, $100.
RUNNING RACE; half mile dash
open to all. weight for age.
Kealia Ranch, bin Belle of Kauai
C. Gannon, 1
Capt. Ilayley, ph Garfleld.. Edwards, 2
Watcrford Stables, bh Hancock
Mokuleia Slock Farm, eh l'alaiiitna..
Ponl Mol and Ivauhoo were withdrawn.
It took a long time for tho horses
to get to the starting post, owing to
Hancock's restiveness. His jockey
tried time and time ngain to mount
him, but without success. At last
he was taken to his stable and there
mounted and then backed out on
to the course, and soon after joined
the others at the half-mile post.
Four false attempts at stnrting were
made, each time Belle of Kauai get
ting well away. At the fifth attempt
the flag fell to a wretched start, with
Belle of Kauai fully five lengths to
the good, Garfield second, Hancock
third, and Faiamma last. On reach
ing the quarter-mile post, Hancock
passed Garfleld and went in pursuit
of Belle of Kauai, but could never
reach her, the latter winning by a
length, Garfield third, a half-length
behind Hancock, and Fniainma the
same distance off, last. Time, 507,.
2 Queen's Plate, $125.
TROTTING RACE; mile heats to
harness; best 2 in II; for Hawaiian
bred horses only.
Col. E. YV. Purvis sf Fannie.... 2, 1, 1
W. Iloran's bg Honest John. ...1, 2, 2
Time 3::iG; 3:30; 3:30.
Bowcll Woodburn and Jim wore
'entered, but did not start.
This race was very unsatisfactory
on account of the wretchedly slow
time, neither of the drivers seeming
to care about hurrying his horse.
In tho first heat Fannie look the
lead to the three-quarter mile post,
where John passed her and led to
the wire. Fannie led from begin
ning to end in the second heat. In
the third heat Fannie went off with
the lead and maintained it until
reaching the quarter-mile post,
where John passed her, but, break
ing badly, Fannie came up again
and won the heat and race easily.
3 Hawaiian Jockey Club Cup.
A SWEEPSTAKE of $50 added;
cup to be won by the same person
twice, the second winning; to lie at
any future annual meeting; one
uu'lcdash; open to all three-year-olds.
Sain'l Parker, bg Col. Gift.. .Howson, 1
Kealia Ranch, bf Rosita Gannon, 2
Watcrford Stables, bf May D. . .Moon, 3
It was expected this would be a
very close race, especially between
Rosita and May D. The latter was
a strong favorite. After one false
attempt they got away to a very good
start, Rosita taking a slight lead,
Col. Gift second and May D. third.
From tho half-mile post to the three
quarter mile post they were running
a beautiful race, .being neck and
neck. After passing tho half-mile
post Col. Gift drew out followed by
Rosita, Mav D. third. No change
took place in their positions, nnd on
the home stretch Col. Gift increased
his lead, winning at the wire by two
lengths, May D. three lengths be
hind, Rosita third. The result of
the race was a great surprise to the
knowing ones, and considerable
money was lost. Time 1 :51i.
4 Governor Dominis' Cup.
A SWEEPSTAKE of $50 added.
Running Race, mile dash; open
to all two-year-old Hawaiian bred
horses; entries closed on August 1,
Chas. Lucas, sh Jim Dodd Farris, 1
Waterford Stables, gf Jennie IJ.Moon. 2
Kealia Ranch, bf Kittle S. was with
drawn the day before the race.
They got away to a good start
and ran neck and neck to the half
mile post. Here Jim Dodd took a
slight lead and increasing it round
the lower corner camo home an easy
winner by six lengths. Time 1 :23.
5-King'a Plate, $150.
TROTTING RACE; mile heats,
best 3 iu 5; open to all.
E. R. Miles, brm Clementina 2, 1
W. Iloraii, bg Joe Dakc 1, dls
Time, 2:47K; 2:30.
C. B. Miles, Hh Venture and II. Keith's
bg Toby were entered but did not start.
Clementina was a strong favorite
for this race, Andy Brouse held
the lines over Clementina, while W.
Ilornn guided tjpo Dake. Clemen
tina took tho lead in the first heat
and maintained it to the ending,
winning by two lengths. Boforo
tho Judges" announced the result of
tho heat they had a short consulta
tion, finally deciding that as Clemen
tina's driver had returned to tho
scnles short of weight, tho heat
must bo awarded to Joe Dake.
After a rest of twenty minutes they
appeared for the second heat. Cle
moutiiK1 again took the lead, and
trotting in beautiful style without
making a skip or break, left Joe
Duke a long way behind, finally dis
tancing him. Tho heat and race
were thus awarded to Clementina.
The time, 2 :30j, is the fastest ever
trotted at Kapiolani Paik.
-Kahuku Cup and $75 added.
RUNNING RACE; mllo dafsh;
open to all Hawaiian bred horses;
weight for ago,
Waterford Stables s in Lady Hooker
Cha. Lucas gg Ponl Mol Farrl, 2
Capt.'llnvley gg Stranger.. .Edwards, 3
Henry Keith bg O. II lu. 4
Poni Moi was a good favorite for
this race. O. II. was run In blinkers.
A false start was effected, and Poni
Moi and Stranger ran to the half
mile beforo they were stopped. The
other two kept on and went round the
course twice before they were stopped
This extra running had a dampening
effect on the final result of the race.
The jockeys were finder the impres
sion the race had started, as some
busybody near, tho judges' box
called out "go." Of course the race
had to bo ran over. At the fall of tho
flag to a poor start, Stranger took
the lead, Poni Moi second, Lady
Hooker third, with O. II. last. At
the three-quarter mile post the for
mer two horses were running neck
and neck. Nearing the half-milo
post Lady Hooker began to gradu
ally creep up, passed Stranger and
challenging Poni Moi on the home
stretch won a splendid race by a
head, Stranger five lengths off third,
with O. II., the same distance be
hind, fourth. Considering that tho
winner had just previous completed
two circuits of the course, her vic
tory was very creditable, and she
must be possessed of considerable
stamina. Time 1 :57A.
7 Gentlemen's Race, $50.
TROTTING or PACING ; mile and
repeat; open to all horses that have
never beaten three minutes; owners
to drive, to road wagon.
Cecil Brown, rug Buzzy 1
Sam'l Parker, bg (Jbnsuclo dls
S.J. Slianc, sgDIck dis
C. B. Miles, bm Kate ills
H. J. Agncw, gm Klttic Mtilone dis
Dan. Lainc'srm Ivatc did not start.
Buzzy took the lead at starting, and
soon left the otheis far behind going
in fine style. He broke badly twice
near tho half-mile post, but being
soon righted reached the wire an
easy wiuner, distancing all of his
8 Reciprocity Plate, $200.
RUNNING RACE; mile dah;
free for all ; weight for age.
Lcroy Howson, bli Ivanlioc Howson," 1
E. R. Miles, eh Lnngford, Jr.. Gannon, 2
Kealia Ranch, bm Rosita. . . .Edwards, 3
Mokuleia Stock Farm, cm Falainina..
Wateiford Stables, bin May I)... Moon "
Much excitement prevailed as to
the result of this race. Both Ivan
hoc and Langford, Jr., were warm
favorites. A fair start was effected,
and they passed the stand in the
following order: Rosita, Ivanlioc,
Faiamma, Langford, with May D.
last. At the tlirec-quaiter-milc post
Ivanhoe took first place. Nearing
the half-mile post Langford chal
lenged for the lead, but was stalled
off and Ivanlioc, comiug along in
fine form, won at the finish by nearly
four lengths, the others finishing in
the order named above. Time 2 :14.
8 Pony Race, $75.
RUNNING RACE; mllu dash;
open to all ponies of 14 hands or
Capt. Hayley's bm No Name 1
D. Lovelt bh Kinl Peki 2
W Brown eh Pluta 3
Hlel Kapu sh Ua Hikl no 4
J. I. Dowsett bg HauaNul 5
No Name at once took the lead
after the flag fell, and never being
headed won by two lengths. If
Kini Peki had not made such a
bad start the result might have
been different, for he made up a
wonderful lot of ground after going
half the distance and passed all but
the winner. Iime2:li.
10-KAMEHAMEHA PLATE, $200.
RUNNING RACE"; 2 mile dash;
open to all; weight lot age.
Chas. Lucas, bm Idle Girl Crow, 1
E. R. Miles, ch Langford, Jr.. Gannon, 2
The gh Garfield was entered but
did not put in an appearance. Soon
after starting Langford took the
lead, Idle Girl close up. Coming
up the home stretch the first time
Idle Girl look a slight lead, but the
post was passed first by Langford.
At the three-quarler-milc po3t
Idle Girl drew away, but Langford
stuck closely to her and there was
very little to choose between them
as they passed the quarter-mile post
and came up the homo stretch. It
wns a pretty and close race, but Idle
Girl won by about half a length. It
must bo remembered that Langford,
Jr., had only a short timo previously
run in a mile and quarter race.
Wo have to thank Mr. J. E. Wise
man for a very excellent lunch.
Two or thrco fights occurcd during
The police arrangements were all
in good order.
Mr. W. G. Irwin entertained a
largo number of friends at his resi
dence. The Judges did their work excel
lently. The residence of His Honor Jus
tice Biekeiton, King aticet, was
tastily decorated with Hawaiian
When Chas. Lucas horse Jim
Dodd won thu Gov. Dominis' Cup
yesterday, someone threw Mr. James
Dodd's whlto felt hat nbout fifty
feet up in tho nir, nnd Jacky Lucas
danced an Irish jig.
There was not much drunkenness
on tho course during the clay. One
or two, who ought to have known
belter, were considerably the worse
for liquor, but did not make any
The band boys sung several vocal
selections during tho afternoon.
His Ex. the Attorney General took
much interest in the trotting nice for
tho Queen's Plate. He timed the
first heat and made it 5 :30. During
the second heat he made quite a
little speech to tho Judges.
Trainer Keith was trotting his
horse on the track yesterday, just as
the hoi so were about starting for the
Gov. Dominis' Cup race. The
Judges ordered him off nnd forbade
him coining on ngain during the day.
After the last race Jacob Simms
was all ready dressed to run in n
foot race, but that kind of spoit is
played out until it can be conducted
In the Judges' stand, Captain
Brown was the speaker of the day.
His impressive tones were heard far
Capt. Hnylcy made a good clerk
of the course. He is very graceful
in the saddle, and his costume was
more tropical-like than the one he
wore last year.
There was considerable money
bat on the result of the various
races, though in small amounts.
ANOTHER OPIUM SEIZURE.
By the Mariposa came tliirty-lhrco
packages of goods, including nine
kegs labelled butter, consigned to
S. K., Honolulu. A Chinaman camo
and cleared them at the Custom
House, and when he made his entry
said the kegs contained lard. This
aroused the suspicion of Col. Cuitis,
the Collector-General, and Port
Surveyor Geo. Markham, and they
set a watch over the goods, feeling
sure theic must be some opium
The reporter of the Bulletin
knew of the suspicion on Tuesday,
but refrained from letting it out in
print, so as to give the Custom
House a chance to catch the con
signee. However, he has not come
to claim his goods and this noon the
nine kegs were opened and found to
contain, instead of butter or lard,
1,130 half-pound tins of opium.
The tins were carefully packed
between common sonp. On the
label is marked "Rhino" and "Egyp
tian Monnrch," the names of two
Atlantic steamers. The Custom
House authorities arc to bo con
gratulated on this large and im
Messrs. Lyons & Levey will hold
two sales to-morrow at 12 o'clock
noon at their sales room. The first
by direction of Hugh Crnig,
of San Fiancisco, and is a lot
of land situated in Kamakela, Hono
lulu, near the St. Louis College.
Following this they will offer the
bay' filly Belle, 4 years old, together
with a covered buggy, almost new,
and a set of single harness gold
DON'T STOP DODD.
While Mr. James Dodd was driv
ing home yestcrdny a man by the
name of Tom Murply, who was
three sheets in the wind, stopped his
horse and compelled Mr. Dodd to
get out to him. After considerable
trouble the man was obliged to let
go, and for his unaccountable inter
ference will board at Capt. Tripp's
mansion over the reef for the next
ENCOURAGE HOME INDUSTRY.
Mn. J. W. Ilingloy, former pro
prietor of the Pioneer Cigar Factory,
.No. a!) Port street, and more re
cently nt No. 84, King street, is now
established at the Central Park Skat
ing Riuk, where he keeps a lino as
sortment of choice cigars and to
bacco, and furnishes a delicious
article of soda water. Mr. Hinglcy,
nlso, has re-commenced the manu
facture of his famous brands of
cigars, at his residence Km Uerctania
street, second door from Alnpai
street, adjoining the premises of
Mr. Thomas 15. Wall. Orders left
:it the Crystal Soda Works, No. GU,
Hotel street, or sent by Mutual
Telephone, No. 310, Central Park
Skating Kink, will receive prompt
attention. 101!) lm
Examiner Now, if I were to give
fifty marbles in charge of this boy
(indicating the biggest) to divide
equally amongst you, how many
would you each icceive? Small
Boy (of experience) Please, Sir,
we shouldn't get none at all, 'cause
he'd collar 'em all hissclf. London
Tho undersigned having
tul;n ('liiirL'n nf Biincnpn
!i2:Exprcss No. !)l, for thu
purpose of carrying on iho Express nnd
Duty business, hopes by paying htrlct
attention to business to' receive a share
of public patronage.
t3f Moving pianos and furniture a
specialty. ANTONIO A. KKU.M1.
Residence, corner Punchbowl and Jio
Orders may bo left with (J. Hammer,
or West, Dow & Co., Telephone 170.
AHIi.VCK Cane, Ivory handle,
til), with nionocram 1'.. N.
Under will be rewarded for delivering it
ni me Aitorney.uciipmrs'Oiucc.
ON account of departure, I oiler for
sale a linn Isonic side bar buggy
with 3 bow leather top, has only bcou
In lite u few months. Also, an open side
bar ?.f scat Hotting wagon, the bct in
the Kingdom, near! new. The above
will he sold tit u batgnln If applied for
befoic June 15th. it. .J AGNEW.
HONOLULU DECORATIVE ART
NO. 7 CHAPLAIN STREET. Lcs.
tons given In Marine, Landf-cape,
Mock Kensington, Photograph hud
Crayon Painting in Oil ami Water
Colors. Floweis In Wax, Wool, Plush,
Felt, Silk. Leather, Hair, Crystal, Fea.
ther nnd Flshscale. All kinds of Em.
broidery and Designing taught with
Skeleton Bead, Lace, Comb, Glass, Shell
and Bullion work. For terms, etc, an.
ply to A. M. BURKE,
yfl am Temple of Fashion.
Just Received !
Ex City of Sydney,
In Good Order,
For Sale by
Henry ftftay & Co.
to Aiiiuvr. I'M:
I'Oll BALE 11V
H. Hackfeld & Co.
IIs jiut I'crcivctl an
ASSORTMENT OF GROCERIES
New Zealand Potatoes
Gala. Potatoes (new ciop), Onion.
Smoked Beef, No. 1 Mackerel and
White Fish (at letnil), Col FMi,
Vienna Sausages !
Lard. Lunch Tongue, Chcece, Buck,
wheat Flour, Syrup, New Orlrniik
Molasses, Mnplc Syrup, Cube Sugar,
Gor&iiltiti. Siig-ai !
Powdeied Sugar, Kerosene Oil, Moi.
tied Soup. Also, Boweu's Choice
Garden Seeds. Oat, Bran, Wheat,
Corn, &c, &c. CHAS. HUSTACK.
HAVING obtained the services of a
ilrst-clnss Piano Tuner, we v IeIi
to Inform the public that we aro able to
Tune and Repair Pianos at tliort notice.
All orders lelt with us will be promptly
attended to, and all woik warranted.
1032 ly WEST, DOW & CO.
Central Pari Skatim KM
Corner Bcrctania & Punchbowl Streets.
Largest in the City.
only It I uk
to its patrons.
Open only in the evening!) till improve,
'incuts aie completed.
I). P. SMITH, Proprietor.
ICE GBRAI PARLORS,
No. B Hotel Sfi'iiol,
Thus new Parlors, containing Hlxtceu
1'mvATK Hoomb, liuvo been elegantly
decorated aud furnitlied, and will be
kept iw a llret-chiES resort. The
Celebrated Elito Ice Cream
Will bo made from pure crcnui with
puio delicious llnvoringg. Vunlllii, Lc.
inon, Orange, Pine Apple, Strawberry,
Pencil, Almond, Coll'ce Gltice, Chocolate.
Sherbets and Ices,
In large variety. Served with Cano
made oa tho Premibes. Ico Cream
Drinks made to order iu any style.
Soda Water, Ginger Ale and Tahiti I.e.
inouado. Robert's choicest candies re
ceived frcbh by every steamer. Fnmi.
lies, Parties, Balls and Weddings sup.
plied nt shoit notice. Ladles enn have
tuelr uouuMiiatlu Creams lro.'.'ii unit
Cakes baked to nrdci nt reiibonnblc
prices. A largo assortment of Hliclls,
Corals, Volcanic Specimens, 'Papas and
general Iblnud Curios always on hand
at rcaouablo prices.
II. J. HAItT,
Proprietor of the Elite Ico Cream Par.
lors. King up Telephone No. Ib2,