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MONDAY, JULY 20, 1886.
Schr Maua from Ilonomu
Stmr Klnau from AViudw.itd Ports
Stmr rinntcrfioln Kauai
Stmr Iwnlaul from llnmnktiti
'Stmr Wnlninualo from Waltnntmlo
Stmr ICnplolnnl fiom Kwu
Schr Llhollho from Walmea
Schr LtVku from Koholalele
Schr Ehukal fiom Walnlun
Schr Mokuola from Ewa
Schr Cntotluu fiom Kalneloa
ltktno Amelia from 1'nit Townsend
Schr Ehukal fiom Wnlalun
Stmr Jas 1 Dow sett for Molokni
Schr Emma for Olowulu
hclir Mlllo Mori Is for Ewa
Schr Ko An Hon for S S Islands
Hour ICulamauu for Hawaii
"chr Muuunknwal for Koolau
Tern Eva for Humboldt
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
-tmr O It Illshop for Hatmikua
Stmr Klnau for Wlndwuid Ports
Slmr Lchua for Kahulul
tmr Mokolll for Molokal
-iChr J CFoul forS F
S-ohr Ehukal for Wulnlua
VESSELS IN PORT.
ilktne Amelia, New hall
' igrm W G lrwln, Turner
Bk Forest Queen.
From Wlndwaul Foit, per Kiuau,
July 10 Mrs) O L Wight and 2 ehildien.
J Nawahl, .Ins M Dade, Ed Smith. Sam
Xowlcln, Kum Chec, Mrs C F Furn
emix, II Johnson and wife. Itev J
Hemphill and wife, E M Laueian, F I
Oillllth, Capt J lloss, A Young, Mrs H
It Smvth, C Eolte, Kawalku. .1 N S
Alexander, Geo C Williams, D 1) Bald
win, J Brown, G F Wilder and !)C deck.
From Waime.i, Xawillwili, Koloa,
Kekalia and Kcalia. Kauai, pur Planter,
July 10 Mis Bcrtlia Von Holt, Pinker
N Makee, Mis Xaucy Molteno. Miss
Eitson, C IJertlcinau, Thos Campbell
and wife. Mis Ida Campbell, C M
Cook, H Hcrhcit, Mis P Gait, and child,
L Wohlois, A de E,i Xux and 3."i deck.
For Faiinlng's Island, per Jennie
Walker, July IS W G Giehj, W II C
Gicig, John II ISabcock and Win Xott.
For Humboldt, per Eva. July 20
The stmr Klnau hi ought 1HS1 bags
sugar, 10 bales wool, 2 hois-cs. 00 bides,
390 goat skins, 2(52 pes koa l)oauls, 30
bugs corn and 00 pkgs sundi ies.
The tmr Planter In ought 1020 bags
sugar. SO bag lice, 1 hor-c and 70
The sailing of the steamers Lehun
and Mokolii is postponed until to-inor-vow
at 2 l m. They will take between
them about 300 Japanese laborcis for
Stmr C It Bishop sails to-moirowat
1 1 m, oh the stmr Iwalani's route.
The Kiuau will take to-moirow a
large number of Japanese Immigrants
for several plantations.
Stmr Jas Makee went on thcMaiinc
Hallway this morning. She will sail
on Wednesday at 8 a m. for Waiauac,
"Waialna, Kilauea, Hanalel and Kapaa.
The stmr Iwnlaul sails tills evening
on the stmr Planter's route. She will
also touch at Xiihau and Nihoa.
TheJC Foid cleared at the Custom
House this afternoon for San Francisco
with 7103 bags of hiigar valued at 12,
954.0(5. The Japanese S S Yamashiro Maru
will sail on Fiiday next.
The W G Irwin sails to-monow for
San Fruneico atl o'clock.
The stmr Planter will lay up for the
present. It will not be known whether
She will go to San Francisco or not,
until the Alameda ai lives on Wednes
day. The Planter is to have a new
The bktne Amelia, Cupt New hall, ar
rived this v ji, 17 days from Poit Town
send with -Isri.OCO ft of lumber, 2000
shingles and 3000 pickets to Messis
Allen & "Robinson. She had line wea
ther thioughout the entire passage.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
A youxo girl is advertised 'for.
Tun Lehua will not sail for Maui
until 2 o'clock to-morrow ufternoon.
Tun Iwnhmi leaves this afternoon
in place of the Planter, for Kauai
and the island of Nihoa. A large
number of exemsionists go to the
Tin: examinations at the Pohu
kaina girlb' school commence to-morrow,
when, from ten to twelve
o'clock, thcro will be calisthenics,
singing find recitations.
His Ex. W. M. Gibson, Minister
of Foreign Affairs, will give a recep
tion nt his lesidence, Thursday even
ing, in honor of Mr. Katsunnskc
Inouyc, II. I. J. M.'s special Com
missioner. . . ' '
Tin: examination at St. Louis
College commenced this morning,
and will contiiuio until Tuuisdny.
On Friday there will be a inilitaiy
drill at 8 p. in. followed by the clos
In the Supicmo Couit this morn
ing llio ease of the King vs. Lee
Tunc, housebienking, was lieaid, be
fore a foreign jmy. At lialf-pust
ono o'clock the jmy ictircd and five
minutes later brought in a veidict of
Whim: a witness
was being ex-
amined in the Civil Court this morn
ing, a woman in the audience, an
interested party, got up and said,
"Oh, how that man lies; I cannot
stand it any longer". Olllcer Mehr
ton5 promptly removed her.
. .. . .
A pautv will bo given at the resi
dence of Hon. II. A. Widemann this
evening. The quesliou of who was
the hello of tho ball at Mr. Irwin's
parly the other night not having been
settled, it is expected it will bo this
evening. It icsts between Honolulu
and San Francisco.
The piisoner Cnhill, who struck
Mr. Monsarrat in Court the other
day, is either insane or else feigning
to be. Yesterday afternoon he was
acting quceily and had n peculiar
look about his eye. Ho called for
coffee, but Capt. Tiipp sent for the
doctor, who gavo him medicine in
stead which quieted him. He is a
little better to-day, still needs watch
ing. BUSINESS ITEMS.
Call and sec our new stock of oil
paintings, engtavin8, chromos, etc.,
etc. King Ilios.' Art Store, Hotel
Street. 74 St
Ir you want a nice shoe, boot,
slipper, or any kind of children
shoes, L. Adler is the place for it,
13 Nuuanu sticct. 980. tf.
The Volcano party by the new
route returned yesterday morning
by the Kiuau very well satisfied with
their trip. The weather was line all
the wny, and Madame Polo evidently
laid herself out, for the new lake,
Ilaleinaumau, aud the Little Beggar
were extremely active, particularly
the former, where u grand sight was
witnessed. One great improvement
has been made, you can tide from
the Volcano House down the hill to
the edgu of the lake and also lclurn.
This i educes the journey to a mere
nothing, all pleastue and no fatigue.
Some of the party aic still at the
A ROYAL BREAKFAST.
This morning, His Majesty the
King gavo a bieakfast at Iolani
Palace to Capt. Malhmann, of the
Japanese steamer, Yamashiro Maru.
Those present, in addition to the
Royal host and his guest were : Her
Majesty Queen Kapiolani, II. R. H.
the Governess of Hawaii, Viscount
Torie, Col. E. W. Purvis, His Ma
jesty's vice-Chamberlain, and the
first ofllccr aud purser of the Yama
shiro Maru. The Royal Hawaiian
Band was ploying in the Palace
grounds, as is its usual custom
A PROMISING YOUiH DIES.
Death carried off yesterday after
noon a blight and promisirg Chinese
boy, Goo Long Kim, aged l!l years,
son of Akinn, a planter at Makapala,
Hawaii. The little fellow had been
ailing for some time, but went off
suddenly at the end. He was a
scholar at Iolani College and had
been for the last four years, and
promised well for tho future. His
death caused a postponement of the
closing exercises at that school an
nounced for this afternoon. His
funeral is taking place at St. An
diew's Cathedral as we go to press,
the BUhop olllciatiug, and the sur
pliced choir ot boys, his si hoolmates,
singing a full choral service.
AN ABLE PREACHER.
A very able and eloquent sermon
was pieached in the Bethel Union
Church yesteulay morning, by the
Rev. John Hemphill, of Philadel
phia. His text was "All things are
yours," etc., from second Cor.,
and, in the course of a lucid exposi
tion, the preacher declined that mo
dern science was nmong the posses
sions of Christians. Certain lead
ing scientists a few years ago started
out to prove that there was no God,
and the' had proved that there was
a God, and so acknowledged. In
the evening Mr. Hemphill preached
to a large concourse in Kaumnkapili
Church, the Rev. II. II. Paiker, of
Kawaiahao Church, interpreting.
Mr. Hemphill is a powerful extem
pore preacher, whose utteiances
evince profound study aud deep
A PARSON'S HOLIDAY.
The Rev. E. C. Oggel, pastor of
the Bethel Union Church, who with
his wife is now enjoying his vacation
at the Volcano House, writes us
under date of July 17th as follows:
"The weather could not possibly be
more delightful than It has been
since we left Honolulu. This morn
ing tho air is balmy, and sky, sea
and earth are robed in beauty. I
anticipate that this line of Havel to
the Volcano, os now conducted by
Wilder's Steamship Co., will become
us popular as it is convenient and
pleasant. It both deserves and de
mands to be ufily put in print and
sutlicicntly ndvoitised in the leading
Western and Eastern cities of
America and in the prominent cities
of Europe. The icsult will be, that
it will be widely and increasingly
patronized. "Mr. Revcll, the book
publisher in Chicago, wrote me last
month that he had contemplated a
tiip to Euiopo this summer, but
from what he had heard, had
changed his miud and would come
to the Islands, expecting it would bo
a far more enjoyable flip, and lie
will not be disappointed. About the
A lady passenger by the last
Australian steamer calling here left
a wallet in an express. It was found i
by the driver, who discovered it
contained 8100 in gold, some silver,
a valuable diamond brooch and
other valuables. An addressed en
velope gave a clue to the owner,
and the driver, making all haste to
the steamer, was just in time to
have the property restored. The
captain rewarded him with So for
his honesty. It is only fair to add
that this honest driver is in the em
ploy of the United Carriage Com
pany, one of whoso other drivers
recently restored a five dollar piece
given him in mistake.
STILL ANOTHER BURCLARY.
Sneak thieves have evidently not
finished operating in our midst, for
they were at work on Saturday even
ing; Ibis time on the premises of
Mr. C. Afong, "Nuuanu Valley.
The thief, or tliicves. broke into a
room adjoining tho stables, occu
pied by tho coachman. A large
trunk was carried into one of the
unoccupied stalls in the stables,
broken open, and the contents pretty
well scattered round. There was no
money in the trunk, so that disap
pointment was all the robbers
gained. Some old receipted bills
weie carried off, which the thief, or
thieves, evidently mistook for paper
All but four of the Japanese immi
grants were on Saturday afternoon
safely transferred fiom the quaran
tine grounds to the immigration
depot. The four arc those w ho have
had the small pox and will remain
there for the present. A visit was
made to the depot yesterday by out
repoitcr, who found the grounds
transformed into a regular Japanese
village. This instalment of immi
grants arc a splendid-looking lot of
men, there being very few women.
They seemed quite at home and a
number of them have already tum
bled into European dress. A little
baby was born at tho depot yester
day, but it lived only a few seconds.
Deputy Marshal Dayton at once pro
cured a coffin and it was buried over
at the quarantine grounds, his chil
dren following it to the grave, and
when covered up placed some floweis
on it. It was a pretty sight and
only goes to show how much Mr.
Dayton thinks of the immigrants he
has had charge of. He tells us he
has become very much attached to
them, for they have been so good
and given such little trouble. The
greater portion of them weie stroll
ing round town this morning, mnl -ing
purchases and enjoying the
sights. Some of them will probably
be shipped to plantations during the
A very pleasant party gathered
at the residence of Profc-sor W. D.
Alexander on Saturday evening to
congratulate him and his fair lady
upon the twenty-fifth anniversary
of their marriage. The Pi of. and
his lady had been invited out to
spend the day, and found upon re
turning to their home, that their
house had been taken by storm and
several ladies moving things about
and arranging mottos here and there
around the rooms. By and by, in
dropt one, and another, of their
friends until quite a party had col
lected. Congratulatory speeches
were made by Rev. S. E. Bishop,
commemorating the event, he being
present at the wedding twenty-five
years ago at Lahaina, Maui. Dr.
Emerson spoke in behalf of the
former pupils of the Professor, at
Punahou College. Mr. W. O.
Atwatcr read some rhymes com
posed by tho Rev. J. M. Alexander,
an absent brother. Then followed
some very amusing remarks by Abe
Rev. J. A. Cruzan, illustrating the
many little vexations and trials of
mariied life which set the party into
convulsions of laughter. The Pro
fessor responded in a neat and fit
ting manner, thanking his many
friends for their remembrance and
kindness and hoped that he should
be able to be present at some of
their Silver Weddings some future
day. Mrs. E. C. Damon and Mrs.
Cruzan sang a duet, which was
beautifully rendered. The presents
were many and too numerous to
mention, but there was one worthy
of note, a silycr tea set from their
brothers and sisters. After par
taking of ice cre.im and refresh
ments the party wished the Pro
fessor and his fair lady good night.
0CEANICS, 7 ; HONOLULUS, 0.
A very large and enthusiastic
audience was in attendance at the
Makiki ball grounds on Saturday to
witness tho contest between the
above two clubs. The game was
called at 1 o'clock. The llonoluluy
went to bat first and scored one
run. Tho Oceanics did not do so
well. Scott got to 111 st on balls,
but was put out on second, Kinney
gettiug to first. B. Baldwin filed
out and Jones struck out, leaving
Kinney on third. Score 0. Second
Innibgs Dowsett went out at first,
Eckel struck out, and Markham
also went out at first. Score 0.
Moehonua retired nt first, Thurston
made a safe hit to center, aud took
his first, a wild throw by II. Wodc
houso sending him to second. E.
Baldwin was put out at first, and
Thurston, in trying to steal third,
was retired. Score 0. Third In
nings Moore struck out, Oat went
out on a fly, and H. Wodehouse on
three strikes. Score 0. E. Bald
win got his first on strike, second
by n wild throw from Wodehouse,
stole third and reached home on a
passed ball. Wall took first on
balls, nnd got to the plate by a bad
throw from first. Suarratt and Scott
struck out and Kinney fouled out.
Score 2 runs. Fourth innings II.
Whitney made a two bagger, G.
Wodehouse hit safely to first, both
coming home on a two-baser by F.
Whitney. Eckel got to first, but
was put out trying to steal second.
A passed ball let F. Whitney home.
Markham went out at first and
Moore on strike, the inningrf ending
for S runs. B. Baldwin got first on
balls, stole second, and came homo
on a base hit by Jones. Moehonua
made a hit, but a pretty double plav
by II. Whitney and Guy Wodo"
houso put him and Jones out.
Wall and E. Baldwin got to first on
balls, and the latter stole second.
Thurston made a base hit and got
to first, reached second by n bad
throw of Oat, a passed ball letting
him to third. There he was caught
napping, for on stepping from the
base bag, Moore, who had held the
ball all the time, put him out, much
to his surprise, the innings closing
for one run. Fifth innings Mark
ham reached first on a base hit.
Moore followed suit, an error by E.
Baldwin sending Markham to third.
Oat took first on balls. II. Wode
house Hied out. II. Whitney made
a hit, forcing Markham out at the
home base. G. Wodehouse was put
out at first, leaving the bases full.
Score 0. B. Baldwin went out at
first, Wall on a fly and Sharratt on
three strikes. Score 0. Sixth in
nings F. Whitney was put out at
first. Dowsett made a base hit and
reached first, but was put out trying
to steal second. Eckel on a hit got
to first, stoic second, and reached
third on a passed ball, but Mark
bam going out on a fly, be was left
there. Score 0. Scbtt got his first
on balls, stole second, and Kinney
making a hit, placed him at tliinl.
He came home on a hit by B. Bald
win, a passed ball also sending
Kinney home. Jones went out on a
fly. Moehonua made a two-bagger
and stole second, but the innings
closed by Thurston going out on
three strikes. Score 2. An unfor
tunate accident happened in this in
nings. Hay Wodehouse, catcher of
the Honolulus, in reaching out for a
ball with his left hand, had his
thumb terribly cut at the first joint,
the bone protruding. He immedi
ately ran to Dr. Arning, who was'
on the ground, and ho attended to
the broken member. It was at limt
thought the thumb would have to
be amputated, but now there is no
danger. He showed great pluck
though suffering intense pain. His
place was taken by Chaunccy Wilder,
of the late Pacifies, who caught the
remainder of the game in line style.
Seventh innings. Moore went out
on three strikes. Oat reached first
on balls, a passed ball sending him
to second. The innings closed by
Wilder going out on three strikes
nnd Whitney at first. Score 0. E.
Baldwin got first on balls, stole
second, but was neatly put out in
trying to steal second. Wall reach
ed first on balls, worked round to
third and camo home on a passed
ball. Sharrott went out on ii fly.
Scott reached first on a hit and in
Kinney's three bagger came home.
The innings closed by B. Baldwin
going out at first. Score 2. Eight
innings. Guy Wodehouse went out
on three strikes, as also did Dow
sett. F. Whitney hit to first, but
was put out trying to steal second.
ScoioO. Jones went out nt (list,
Moehonua on three strikes mid
Thurston ou a foul cleverly caught
by Wilder behind the bat. Score 0.
Ninth innings. Eckel was put out
at first. Markhom reached first,
stolo second and came homo on a hit
by II. Whitney. Moore renched
first on balls, got round to third and
came home on a strike by Wilder.
Oat got to first and finally third, but
was put out trying to reach home.
The innings closed by G. Wode
house going out on a fly. Score 2.
The Oceanics being ahead did not
play their half of the innings. The
following is tho scoro by inninys:
Oceanics 0, 0, 3, 1, 0, 2, 2, 07.
Honolulu 1, 0, 0, 3, 0, 0, 0, 0, 2- C.
Mr. Georgo E, Bonrdmnn umpired
the game veiy impartially.
BY a sober and rcliai lo man, a situa
tion asprUatq or night wntclimnu,
Address " W ", caro Post Oulco Box 137.
Honolulu. 1C 31
IllLG to inform my friends nnd cus.
tnmers tlint all orders ran bo tent to
me by Bell Telephone No. 2 1.
74 lw T. W. RAWLINS, Lcleo.
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
Or ninl OO Hotel Street,
NEW GOODS JUST RECEIVED ON ICE:
California Grapc, Pcachc, ApricoU, Plums Pears, Nectarines and Prunes. Also,
1'rcshCala Salmon, do Shrimp, do CodtWi, do Clams In Shell, nnd Rock Cod.
Also, n few t Ice Wul Cibbagc, Swls Cliche, Cream Cheese. "Cdam Cheefoand
very mild Gala Family Choose, Family Cala Corned Hccf, Fresh Cala Roll Butler,
Kegs Family llultcr.
ALSO, Kino Pal Smoked Salmon and dried Skip Jack and Uaracutu for sale
cheap. A lino lot or choice New Zetland Potatoes, Just received and for salu very
cliunp lu iiuiintltlvs to suit.
ALfcO, A full line of Fancy and Staple Groceries, Just to hand per O. S. S.
Co.'s stcuuier "Mariposa.
Bv each at rival of O. S. S. Co ' steamers, we received Fresh Cala Fruits, do
Fish, Oysters and Gnino on lee.
Goods delivered free of charge to all part9 of Honolulu, and satisfaction
Telephone So. gjQ, Doth Companies. P. O. Box 207. (7C2
E. G. SCHUMAN,
Carriage sincl Wagon !VXJke:i
In UrNi-uluNM litaiiiicruiid prices to wuit tle iinicN.
JL K)"S St., adjoining Geo. W. Lincoln, Contrnclor & Builder. Gin
A WOMAN to do g( lieiul housework
In u family. A coinfort.iblo home
and suitable waives promUid. Apply nt
Ihlslbu' ife if
BY a Portuguese man, a situation as
coiiclimmi or to look nfitr hone,
or to do any kind of wmk. Apply at
JI. A. Ojnsaivcs it CO., !i7 Hotel bt.
To Lot or lionse.
'lIFIOSn very dc-irablc pteiniRcs sltu
JL ntP'i nt Kapaliini.i, opposite the
" Wlui t Cliecr Hoiim;," po-csion given
nt once. For terms npplv to
05 2w JOHN P. COL1
Y a young man. a siliiiilioti as
coachman. Apply at this ofllcc.
""PIIK two story coral building rccu
X pied bv Cnulan & Co. as a Rice
Mill, possesion given immediately. An.
ply to C11ULAN 'CO.
HAYING obtained the services of a
nVt.clas Piano Timer, wo wUU
to infoim the pulilio that we nio able to
Tunc and Iiepidr Pianos tit short notice.
All ordeis left with us will be promptly
.mended to, and all work w.irinnud.
10.12 ly ' WEST, DUW & CO.
IN KAPIOLANI PARK
COTTAGES TO LET,
WITH OK WITHOUT UOAMD
Dc'igluful sei hniliimr. Dodd's
'busses mil to the jlace when two or
moie passengers ollu'. Apply to
EST Telephone B02. f.8 lm
COTTAGE TO LET.
A nice 4 room cottaqe within
leay leach of II nolulii. siiu
iate at Knpalnnin. Terms SLO
per month. Apply to
Mlts. MAW A KING,
on tho grounds, or to A J. C.iriw light,
at his olilce. .in it
Honolulu, July 7th, 188".
Tho uiideitigmd c.pcollng to lc.ie
the Kingdom lor a time, oilers for sale
a live ) oars' lease of tho American
Hoti-o with nil luiniluio and appertain.
Hems thereunto belonging1. Apply fur
Junn- on the premise, No. 70 Mnuuake.i
fciticct. (05 tf) Z. Y. SQU1UES.
r"pHAT very ilc-iinblu and convenient
JL F.uyily Itesiikncu on Herelimla
Sliecl, until lately occupied by F. h.
Pratt, E-q., complete Willi out-bouses,
Stables, gardens and pasture. Also, the
premises oc lipiul iilpiisent n.nLiW
Olilce by John ltii-cll. Esq , centrally
located near the coinei ol Fort aud
Merchant Slici-le. For paiticillais, ap.
ply either by lelii r or ollu r hu to
OH. STANGENWALD, Merchant fit.
KoniuMly & Co., Bankrupts
WP. ItEYXuLDS is now piep-ued
to oiler the Ftoek of this estate
in it MiiiiiU in tho store, No. lOil Fort
Street. Tho net Miluo of said t4ock was
caiefully r,r.eertained on tho Ut d ty of
June. It was riUn at such prices ns i
weie guiiiui ny a Knowicjgo ol ban
Prnnci.to buMiiosi-. Tho mlcs since
that date nio e.irtfully recorded nnd a
due allowance will be iiinde from the
gross value of the Hock. This is a good
oppoituulty loi nn one deslilng a good
business. Any inlormntiou can Lu ob
tained In implying nt illusion'. I'm.
posals Mioiiiu bit innde befoio tho 25ih
of July. . 72 I w
33eei' feM 33eor
The ury best (utility from
J. Campbell's Honouliuli Ranch.
Tho Choapost in tho Markot.
Hop Chong Comp'y,
No. Iii "Miiiimikca Slieet.
Delivered to any part of the Town.
Beef ': B
The IKq iii tit hie "Life Insurance
Socieiy ol the United
f.HTAIlMWHKI) l.V 185U.
JSf UES Policies on the most approved
pKino, viz Ordinary Life, Limited
Payment', Life Endowments; Tontine
Saving Pund, Tontines Semi-Toutines;
A. J. C. Tontines; Life and Sun Ivor,
ship A ntiuiiiei; Children's Endowments,
Joint Life Kisk", Partnership Insurance,
etc., etc., etc.
Policies both Incontestable and Non
Oimtcsied claims, none.
Before insuring elhewherc, call and
get an estimate.
It is calcul ited Hint every reasonable
wish of the insured is embodied iii one
or more of tho plans.
For full particulars and pamphlets,
AliKX. J. GARTfrBIGUT,
General Agent for Hawaiian LslandB.
Will be open every afternoon and even,
ing-, ns follows:
"Hominy. Wednemlny, ThurHdoy and
To the public in general.
Tucbdny and Ftldny UvcningH, nnd
lVriliienday nnd Katurdny
For ladies and their escorts.
AMUSEMENTS TO COME:
July 18 One mile race, for Hawaiinns,
for a prize.
July 21 Polo between Yo3unltes and
Alcrix for prie.
July 24 II un Hunt ; prize.
July 25 Turkey Hunt, for unlives.
July 2 Two mile Hace for prize.
July ill Grand fancy drcis mHsquer.
nde Four prizes will be
given one for the linndsom.
.est costume, one for the most
original one, one lor the
best sustained character, and
one for tho most ci micnl.
Fancy skater-, mubl look out fur the
niouili of August.
D.inclrg eCcry Friday evening from
U to M. h
tUHlc ly tlio Itnncl,
Every Tuesday, Friday and Snturdnv
Evening; nho at the Wninesday Mii.
tinee. T. E. WALL, Manager.
Central Park Skallnrr Binit
Open Every Evening and Wednes
day and Saturday Afcs moons.
Music by the Band.
Tuesday, Friday and Saturday Even-
iugs and on Wednesday
Saturday, July 18 A inatcur Hace ; one
mile dnsii; g.i.tis'.yoa.please for boys
under lfl. Prize $!.
Friday, July 21 Owing to the grand
success of thu hibt Musqueiade, and by
request of Humorous pmrons of this
popular EhiU, there will be clvin a
Grand Fancy Dress Parade and Jlusque.
mile on Skatc, w ith r hnudsomo prUes,
vl.i if 10 will bo givinto the couple,
Lady and Genilemaii characters wearing
tho hnndsomesi costumes; f! for the
nest Biinaiueu cliiiriiciei. Lady or Gen.
tleman, Uuy or Girl; S for tho most
comical cliarucier; if tor llio nion ori.
ginnl. barilng adturiheincnls; IMzc,
pair Club Skates, any make, lo thu Ludy
wearing tho most arilstlo costume,
An) other thin go d iliportinent to
bar any ono fiom a prie, thu Judges to
be 3 Ladies mid 2 Gentlemen,
CCXTHALI'AUK HUATIMi HlXIfc