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-MONDAY, NOV. 2, 1885.
8 B Amtialla from San Francisco
Schr Mary roster from Kauai
Ruhr Lcahl fiom riaualcl
Sehr Kauikeaouli fiom Kohulj
Stmr Planter fiom Kaunl
Schr Kawnllnnl from Kooluu
Schr Luka from Kohulalcle
Schr Ehukul from Wuiulun
Schr AVnlchu from Kaunl
Schr Walmnlu from Puna
S S Australia for tlio Colonics
Tug Eleu for Kalaupapa
Htnir Llkcllko for Kahului
Stmr Mokolll for .Moloknl
Stinr.ltis 1 Dowsett for Molokal
Schr Mauuokawal for Koolau
Schr Bcrtlc Minor for Eureka. Cnl
Schr Kaulkoaoull for Ivolmla
Schr Leahl for Ilanalel
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Kitmti for Windward Ports
Stmr W G Hall for Wlndwnid Port
Stmr Planter for Kauai
Schr Waiehu for Kauai
Schr Ehuknl for Walalua
Schr Mlllu Mori is for Koolau
Schr Rainbow for Koolau
Schr Hob Roy for Koolau
Schr Sarah & Eliza for Koolau
Schr Luka for Koholalclo
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bk Jupiter, .Tones
Bktne W H Dlmonil, llouil'ett
Missionary bktne Morning Star, I
BkLady Haicwood, "William
Bk Ceylon, Ca lioun
Schr Bertie Minor, Raven
' From Kauai, per Planter, No ember
1st J W Alapal, Mrs J Guercro. S
Aukal, W Brede, Mrs J Ilobinon, J C
Piluger, V B Kaona, Levi Geurcro.
Miss May Green. E L Kauai, C Such, T
T Kalaeone. Hon G B Palohau, M Con
chee. S Cliiucse and 33 deck.
Stmr J I Dowsett brought ICO bags of
sugar, 18 head of cuttle and 1-10 sheep.
Stmr Planter brought 54 bags of lice,
44 bags of pin, 3 horses aud 13 hide.
Stmr Kllauea Hon brought 1,000 bags
Schr Luka brought GS3 bags of sugar.
Schr Kauikeaouli brought MX) bag-, of
Schr Kauaiktui biought !)00 bags of
The S S Australia arrived licic Satur
day evening at 0 o'clock, 7 days 2 hours
from San Francisco. She sailed the
same evening at 10 o'clock for the
Schr Wahuulu liinughL 30 cords of
lire wood, 200 cocoanuts and 15 hogs
fiom Puna, Hawaii.
The bktne Mary Wiukleman on her
last voyage from this port to San Fran
cisco encountered a gale that carried
siwuy live of her almost new sails.
The b.uk Alden Bosic is 22 days out
from Poitl.md, Or., and not 54 the
The schooner Bcrtlc Minor sailed this
afternoon forEiucka, Cal.
The bail; Jupiter leceived sugar from
the schooner Luka this morning.
Stmr Kllauea Hon sails on Wednes
day. Stmr lwalani was hauled on the Ma
rine Railway Saturday to be cleaned.
She sails on Wednesday.
The Hazard was to sail from San
Francisco October 2Sth for Hllo, Ha
waii. The bark Lady llaiewood has finished
discharging and is fitting bunks for
Ohlneso passengers. She sails on Sat
urday next for Hongkong.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Y. M. C. A. noOKKKCi'isr, class
Tin: Booting Association meets
this evening at the King's boat
???VnEJf the diit and dust are
all scraped off the stiects, what will
be left 'i ? ?
Navigation Co. arc
olllcc to nccomino-
R,uv cane sugar has dropped nine
points, beet ha ing taken possession
for the time being.
Foutv-six Chinese for Honolulu
anived at Han Francisco October
23rd from Hongkong by the S. S.
Rio de .Janeiro.
Tun two eleven-ton rollers taken
bj' tho steamer Planter on her last
trip for Koloa plantation were
lauded without mishap,
Hawaiian Commercial Co.'s stock
was quoted, October 23rd, on the
San Francisco Stock and Exchange
Board, at 10 bid and lOf asked.
Elevex candidates were examined
by written pnpcis for admission to
tho bar on Fiiday lust, before Mr.
Justico McCully, and tho result will
he made known on Wednesday next.
A native man was thrown from a
horse on Niiunnu sticet yesterday.
He btruck on his head and fiactured
his skull, and is now lying in a cri
tical state at tho Hospital.
m - m -.i-ii
Tim farewell bull to be given by
Mr. and Mis. J. T. White to their
friends, at tho Yoscmito rink to
morrow evening, promises to be one
of the evcntB of tho week,
A fatal maniacal quarrel oc
curred at the Insane Asylum this
morning, in which a native madman
killed a Chinese maniac. An In
quest was being held this nftcrnoon.
Tni: whalers Coral and Eiuopa
ai rived in Han Francisco before tho
S.S. Australia left. Tho former
vessel had 1,G00 barrels of oil and
1U,000 llis. of bono. The Coral is a
right-whaler nnd the oldest vessel in
Mil. and Mrs. Robert Donnolly
tried to obtain passage on tho S. S.
Australia Saturday night for the
Colonics. The steamer was over
crowded, and, notwithstanding Mr.
Donnolly's offer to sleep on deck,
he wf.s rejected.
Natives quarreling on Queen
street near the Government build
ing is of frequent occurrence and no
policeman is ever there. Last Sat
urday evening a nalivo man was
dragging a woman by the hair and
at the same time beating her unmer
cifully. Intxi.uoexci: has been received
of the death of Capt. Charles Brewer,
of Boston, which occurred on the
llthinst., his burial taking place
on the 13th. Capt. Brewer founded
the Honolulu house of Brewer & Co.
in the thirties, and was 81 years of
age at his death.
Mn. J. Robinson, brother to Mr.
Mark Robinson, had n smashup on
the plains Saturday afternoon. His
horse ran away with the buggy, and
after leaving the hind wheels aud
the body of the vehicle on the
plains, he came into town with the
shafts and front wheels.
A lady and two gentlemen, pas
sengers by the S. S. Australia for
the Colonies, took a peep in at the
Circus Saturday night. The lady
worked her way to the side of the
royal box to get a glimpse of the
King. She did not see him, but,
thinking the portly Chamberlain was
His Majesty, she exclaimed, "There
he is, but who's the gals with hira?"
The Honolulu Typographical
Union, No. 37, has been organized,
with the following officers for the
ensuing term : President, James H.
Black ; Vice-President, Edward B.
King ; Secretary, James R. Morris ;
Treasurer, U. G. Wilson ; Sergeant-at-Arms,
W. S. Brash ; Executive
Committe Thomas Spencer, AY. L.
Grieve, II. L. Blanchard, J. P. In
gram and J. R. Morris.
Mns. E. B. C. "Wallace, wife of
the Rev. Geo. 'Wallace, received by
the Australia the sad news of the
death of her father, the Rev. Dr. A.
D. Cole, President of Nashotah
Theological Seminary, near Mil
waukee, Wisconsin. He died on
October 14th, aged GG years, of
typhoid fever. Dr. Cole had been
connected with the seminary for the
past thirty-five years, and his place
will be hard to Jill.
The schooner Kauikeaouli had a
pretty rough time at Kohala last
Thuisday. The large scow lately
built by E. Ryan to load and unload
vessels at Kobala was wrecked. It
was being hauled in shore when it
was struck by a huge breaker.
Everybody on deck was swept into
the sea. A man and a boy of 7
years who were in the hold of the
scow were nearly drowned. They
were saved by the heroic action of
the captain, who swam to their as
sistance and succeeded in extricat
ing them from their perilous situa
tion. Bahic Amy Turner arrived at
Hongkong, September 15th, after a
forty days' passage from Honolulu.
Baikcntinc Mount Lebanon arrived
the samo day, after a sixty days'
passage. Both ships' companies all
well. Capt. Newell of the former
vessel reports having passed through
the eastern circle of a typhoon, from
Aug. 27th to Sept. 21st. Fortu
nntely the vessol had plenty sea
room, and the waves were prevented
from breaking on board by suspend
ing a can of oil over tho side, so that
the oil dripped slowly into the sen
nnd made a smooth surface. The
bark lost two foretopsails and fore
sail. The captain further reports
Messrs. C. Brewer & Co.'s bark
Edward May at Hongkong with a
full cargo of oil, under orders to
proceed to the Philiipino Islands.
A EAiiai: representation of the
rising generation, also many ladles,
attended tho Ciicus matinee on Sat
urday evening, and wcio filled with
delight at the glittering panoplies
and the dashing and wonderful ex
ploits. An immense audience over
flowed tho tent in tho evening, scores
seeking admission in vain after all
tho available space had been occu
pied with extra chairs. His Majesty
and suite, together with many pro
minent residents, weio present. In
the main the programme was the
hccond of the scries, but several
pleasing variations were introduced,
The clown's antics are always fresh.
To-night tho second entire change
of programme will occur, ending
with an old-fashioned English stee
plechase, in which a prizo will bo
given. It will bo a leal race, tho
horses going through tho teut, and
over high fences on each sltlo of the
Thf.iie was some anxiety felt on
shore Saturday night, in regard to a
delay of tho s.s. Australia in com
ing into port. It was feared that
there was disease on board, and that
the ship was going to be quaran
tined. The trouble, however, was
simply that the large number of
passengers required so much time to
inspect by the Port Physician, that
before the operation was through
the ship had drifted past the harbor
entrance, and had to turn about to
get the heading for the channel.
There were on board lfiS passen
gers for Sydney, 13 for Auckland
and two for Samoa. One of the
through passengers was Gen. J. P.
Field, a prominont colonizer, and
Sir William aud Lady Fox. Sir
William Fox is an eminent publicist
of New Zealand, having been twice
Premier. The Australia was docked
about 7 o'clock, having exchanged
signals with the Alameda at 2:30
Two prisoners, old jail birds,
escaped from the prison gang at
Lihuc, Kauai, about two weeks ago.
Both were wearing balls and chains
at the time on account of an escape
made some time ago. Having got
their chains off, they stole a canoe,
and attomptcd to make their way to
some points among tho palis on the
western side of the Island. Off
Mana point a sea upset the canoe,
and one of the men is supposed to
have drowned. Last Wednesday
the other man was driven by hunger
to seek food among those who would
not harbor him, and he was cap
tured. Such occurrences should re
mind the people of the Islands, that
their whole prison system is out of
harmony with the spirit of the age.
MURDER ON M0L0KAI.
A fatal tragedy occurred at the
Leper Settlement, Molokai, on
Thursday last. Some children of
leprous parents were being put on
board the steamer J. I. Dowsett, to
bo transferred to the Kapiolani Home
at Kakaako, Honolulu. Mr. Am
brose Hutchison, assistant superin
tendent, assisted by three special
policemen, were attending to the
business. A leper named Momona,
said to be a relative of two of the
children, objecting to their trans
portation, got into a quarrel with
the officers. Making a rush at the
policemen with a knife, he stabbed
all three, wounding two of them
dangerously in the abdomen. One
of them had died, and the other was
not evpectcd to live' at latest ac
counts. Early this morning Hon.
W. M. Gibson, President of the
Board of Health, and Mr.
Ilayselden, Secretar', lelt
tug Eleu for Kalaupapa to
gate the tragedy.
A WORK OF ART.
An elaborate and meritorious
piece of sculpture in wood lias been
produced by Mr. F. Otremba, at
his house, 12G Nuuanu street. It
is a reduced model of the statue of
Kamehamclia I. in the Government
yard. The figure of the monarch is
in one piece of koa wood, the mantle
bein gilded as in the original, and
the spear is of kauwila wood. The
fluted capital is of black walnut, aud
the remainder of the pedestal koa
with black walnut trimmings and
facings. Upon the statue and the
four tablets the carving is very
creditable, the historical scenes on
the latter being finely executed.
The smooth surfaces wear a mirror
like polish. On Saturday last His
Majesty the King called at the
sculptor's house to inspect tho work,
and expressed his satisfaction at tho
fine workmanship displayed.' To-day
the statue will be placed on view in
King Bros.' art store, Hotel street.
Had it been completed 'earlier, it
would have made a handsome addi
tion to the Hawaiian exhibit at New
Orleans and Louisville. Mr. Ot
remba is at work upon a second
model, aud is prepared to execute
any order in wood carving with
which he may be entrusted.
MR. MENKE'S DEATH.
Happily there is reason to believe
that Mr. Conrad Mcnkc, of tin:
llumuula sheep ranch, did not com
mit suicide, but that his death was
accidental. After hearing the rumor
on Saturday that lie had been found
dead, shot through tho head, only a
quarter of an hour remained before
press time to gain further informa
tion. A reporter drove to the Hotel
to flud the gentleman who was said
to have brought tho news, but not
finding him thcro came down town
and was informed in a leading busi
ness olllcc, that thcro was no doubt
of the affair being as stated. Mar
shal Sopcr, however, late in tho
evening stated to the writer that ho
had received a letter indicating that
there was no evidence of suicide.
Tho lamented gentleman had gone
to his room with tho stated intention
of putting new cartridges in a rifle.
A report was heaid in a few mo
ments, and Mr, Mcnko was found
immediately afterward with tho side
of his head shot away. Death was
doubtlessly instantaneous. Deceased
was highly respected, in prosperous
circumstances, and had shown no
symptoms of suicidal
His untimely death has
tense regret among his many fiiends
in town i
THE TRIPP CASE.
Judgment was given this after
noon in tho case of the Crown versus
Capt. A. N. Tripp and Luoy Fer
nandez, adultery. The charge was
entered on the Court record, Oct.
17th, when Capt. Tripp pleaded not
guilty, i the girl, Lucy Fernandez,
pleading guilty. Evidence was heard
on the 2 1st, 28th and 29th ult. His
Honor Justico BIckerton said he
had given the case as well as the
evidence very careful consideration.
The case for the Crown rested
wholly on the evidence of the girl.
He had found the tcstimou' of the
girl and that of Capt. Tripp directly
contradictory, and the question
really narrowed down to a decision
on the credibility of Lucy Fernan
dez. One part of the witness's
story cannot be taken, aud other
parts ignored, it must be' taken up
as a whole. After a careful examin
ation of the evidence, Capt. Tripp is
adjudged not guilt and discharged.
Deputy Marshal Dayton moved
on behalf of the Crown that judg
ment in the case of the girl be sus
pended. The motion was accepted.
For the month of Oct., 1885:
Tho total number of deaths reported
for tho month of October was 48, dis
tributed as follows:
Under 1 year... . 0
From 1 to 5 2
From G to 10.... 2
From 10 to 20... 1
From 20 to 30... 7
From 30 to 40,
From 40 to CO...
From CO to CO. . . 5
From CO to 70... 1
Over 70 S
Great Britain.... 2
S. Isles 0
Other nations... 1
cause ov death:
Childbirth. . .
Paralysis. . .
Unknown . .
Disease or Heart a
COJII'AIIATIVIJ MONTHLY MOUTALITY:
Oct. 1881 10 Oct. 1S81 30
Oct. 1882 54 Oct. 1885 18
Oct. 1883 51
Annual death rate per 1000 for month
SICKNESS IN THE SCHOOLS.
Foit Street School 154
Royal School 273
Fomikaiua School 100
St. Alban's College 50
St. Louis' College 3G5
Preparatory School !)3
J. II. BllOWN,
i . 2
Agent Board of Health.
SUPREME- COURT OCTOBER TERM.
Fhiday, Oct. 30th.
Before Judd, C. J., McCully and
Preston, J. J.
J. M. Horner vs. Glaus Spreckels.
J. Austin and S. B. Dole, for pluin
tiff; Paul Neumann and F. M.
Hatch for defendant. Assumpsit.
On defendant's motion that tho
amended complaint be dismissed,
plaintiff agreeing to make profert of
the contract sued on, ordered- that
on plaintiff making such profert the
motion be denied.
W. II. Riikard vs. Antonio de
Couto, appeal from District Couit,
Haniakua, Hawaii. Tho appeal is
argued and submitted. Stipulations
as to appeals to be filed. F. M.
Hatch for plaintiff; Paul Neumann
for defendant, appellant.
In re will of Her Majesty Queen
Emma, exceptions. On motion of
counsel for contestant, it is ordered
that the cose be reinstated on the
calendar, and that the exceptions be
heard in vacation on November 24th.
Before Chief Justice Judd.
In the matter of the estate of the
late Rev. Samuel Chcnery Damon,
deceased. Samuel M. Damon, ex
ecutor of the will of tho deceased,
appeared this morning in Court, and
piescntcd his final accounts, and
asked that they bo oxamincd and
approved, and that he be discharged.
Tho accounts show that the receipts
arc 820,G2G.20 j expenditures 20,
22'J.19 ; leaving a balrnco on hand
of S30G.82, which by the will goes
to the widow. Among the items of
expenditures wero these payments of
S.M. Damon 82,000
F. W.Damou 2,000
10. C. Damon 2,000
Hattle M. Damon 600
Mary Happer Damon 500
Cornelia B. Damon 500
Ouliu Collego for scholarships.... 4,000
Tho Court ordered tho accounts
approved, and discharged the cx
ctitor. Before Mr. Justice Preston.
Tho Onomea sugar Co. vs. Her
bert C. Austin, in equity. F. M.
Hatch for plaintiffs, Asliford & Ash
ford and L. A. Tluuston for de
fendants. Hearing on motion filed
by defendants to dissolve the tem
porary injunction issued herein. Tho
Court heard read the answer of tho
defendants to the bill of complaint
and affidavit of Jonathan Austin to
the effect that these defendants nro
not the servants of the plaintiff cor
poration as alleged in the complaint,
but that said defendants are in pos
session of tho Onomea Sugar Co. as
owners thereof. The case was
strongly argued on both sides. The
Court reserved its decisiou in order
to look up tho authorities cited.
S.UUltDAV, Oct. 31st.
Judd, C. J., presiding.
Kela et al. vs. Pahuillma. Eject
ment. S. B. Dole for defendant
moved for a new trial, and the Court
denied the motion. It was ordered
that all bills of exception may stand
over for settlement until the return
of tho Chief Justico from abioad,
and that all-matters on the calendar
fortius term, not otherwise disposed
of, stand continued until the next
At 10:10 a.m. the Court adjourned
The Band will play at Emma
Square this evening at 7 :30. The
following is the piogrammo:
March Dellllr Gladiuan
Overture Mozart Suppe
Polka First Love Newman
Selection Mikado Sullivan
Medley Portuguese Melodies.... Hello
Walt. Estudlantlua Waldteufel
Cavatina Marco VUconti Petrclla
Polka-Child of the Time Carl
Mns. R. Love has a Cottage to
let on Fort Street, above Kukui.
Call and sec our new stock of oil
paintings, engravings, chromos, etc.,
etc. King Bros.' Art Store, Hotel
Street. 1G4 3t
N. II. Bahcock, formerly man
ager of the Central Park Skating
Rink, has taken the Rink, and will
keep the Rink open every evening
except Wednesday. Tuesday and
Friday evenings, admission to ladies
free. Music, on Tuesday, Friday
and Saturday evenings.
1G0 Iw N. H. Baucock.
Mn. and Mrs. J. T. White present
their compliments to their many
friends in Honolulu, and announce
that they will give an entertainment
at the Yoseinite skating rink, Queen
street, on Tuesday evening, Novem
ber 3rd, previous to their departure
on the W. II. Dimond for San Fran
cisco. They will be glad to have
their friends meet them there with
parting alohas for a few months.
As their late home, the White House,
spacious as it is, might bo over
crowded, Mr. Wall has kindly
placed at their disposal his beautiful
rink for the occasion. They trust
their friends will accept this invita
tion, which is extended most hear
tily. There will be music, skating,
dancing and a general free nnd easy
evening. Refreshments served at
11 o'clock. Come one! Come all!
The Hawaiian Band has been en
gaged. Programmes will be fur
nished. James T. White,
Mahy Jane White.
Honolulu, Oct. 30lh, 1885.
THE undersimicd olicis for sale
Rooted Grupe Vines (7 months
old), and Fig Plants, now growing at
his place on Punchbowl, opposite die
Royal Schoul. He will also attend to
the transplanting anil treatment of
same. LUIZ OUERBA,
102 lw Punch bowl.
C IB. WOOOIIKGTOX,
GENERAL PUKCHASING AGENT.
Special notice to Island orders for
Merchaudieoof every description, at the
very lowe-l rates of commission. Send
for samples of Dry Gorfds, etc., etc.
Catalogues and pi lee lltt free by mall
every steamer. Address 3SO PINE St.,
SAN FRAN CISCO, Booms 11, 15 & 10.
I WILL not bo responsible for any
debts contracted in my name with
out my written order.
Hunamaulu. October I). ISfc'S. 1 Jl) Im
I Drown fc phillipb,
J Practical Plumbers, G,i- I'lltus
and Copper-sinithh, .No. 71 King ticct.
Honolulu. t3T Houtu and Ship Job
Work promptly e:.ecuied. 102
To Lot Furnished,
AT Kllauea, Kauai, a comfortable
IIoiiso ami Cottugu eminently Euiia-
hlo for a luinlly wlblilng to spenu a
bhort timo in tlio country. Apply to
ISO tf Kllauea Sugar Co., Kauai.
HOUSE & LOT FOR SALE.
The hoiibO nnd premises owned
and occupied uy Y. 11. jsic
Wayne, shouted on the corner
of Young and Keeaiimoltu streets. The
houso Is new and contains blx rooms bo.
sides pantry, kitchen, &c Tho lot is
100xl't7 feet. Stables, carriage and out
houses on the premises. For particulars
apply to AYKJIY & 1'ALMKH,
Wo. 00 Fort street
HAVING obtained tho services of a
tirt.clnss Piano Tuner, wo wish
I to Inform tho public that wo aro ahlo to
Timo and Itepuir rianos ai mim iiuucu.
All ordeu left with us will ho promptly
attendoJ to. and all work warranud.
1082 ly WEST, DOW & CO.
lfi!!5HB!aUJLMlJJ--LW-lU-J,U ' -H
Cleaned and Curled,
TEMPLE OF FASHION.
A PORTUGUESE, knowing all the
different treatment of grapevines,
trimming, cultivating and curing the
disorders of the plant, ofTtrs his services
to any ono who may want him. fie has
to sell some different kinds of vine.
Apply to M. A. GONSALVES A Co.,
1S1, WAS, lm Queen Street.
Dwelling IIoiiso for Sale or
rpiIE largo dwelling house ami lot
JL occupied by D. D. Baldwin front.
in? on Dolo street, at Punahou, and run.
nlng through to Bcckwlth street. The
homo contains 8 largo rooms, 2 pantries,
1 bathroom, 4 largo closets, kitchen ad
joining. There Is a largo barn with
servant's room on tho grounds, also an
ofllco separate from tho main building.
The lot is nearly 2 acres In extent and
affords eonsideiablo pasture and lire,
wood. Everything in good repair. Gov.
eminent water laid on. Enqulro of
132 tf 8. B. DOLE.
filler's SfmsMp Co.
Commencing on Monthly, October
12th, nnd thence on the first Monday
following tho arrival of tho Alameda
and Mariposa on the 8th and 22nd of
The steamer Kiunn will make the
Volcano Trip, reaching Kcauhou on
Wednesday morning, giving Tourists
two days and two nightat the Volenno
Vhcn the 8th and 22nd of tho month
fall on Monday ,Jthe Kinnn will leave
ZS Tickets for tho Round Trip. $50, which
pays all Chargos.-tBa
The Ivinim will arrive In Honolulu
Sunday mornings on Volcano Trips. On
Hllo Trips, will leave Honolulu on
Tuesdays, and return Saturday morn,
incs. WILDEU'S STMSHIP CO.
Honolulu, Sept. 14, 183G. 124 tf
Yonite Mmi lliii
Will be open every afternoon and even
ing ns follows:
day nnd Saturday EvcnlncH.
To the public in general.
For ladies and gentlemen.
For ladies, gentlemen and children.
Friday and Saturday Evenings; also, at
tho Tuesday Matinee.
COMING ! COMING ! COMING I
November 8th, 1885,
Pioi: A. P. DE3U2KS,
Being the Champion Roller Skater of
England, Franco and Canada, he offers
a Standing Challenge of $1,000 to any
professional who will equal him In
Trick nnd Fancy Roller Skating.
Prof. Demcrs' exhibitions consists of
over 200 movements of tho most difll.
cult, original, novel nnd abounding
feats ever attempted, such as hii won
derful spin from one to two minutes
making, from two to three hundred re
volutions, and other tricks too numer.
ous to mention.
E2T Remember Wonders never cease ;
his wonderful acts must be seen to be
THOS. E. WALL, Manager.
total Park Statins Rink
This elegant Rink has been paluted
and overhauled generally. The prnprl.
ctor, finding, aticr long usage, wood
unserviceable for Roller Skating, has
after great expense, laid a
Patent Composition Floor,
And only asks a trial to convince any
ono of Its great advantages over wood,
for easo in skating, cloanllnossete. '
Open every evcninir In ih wiik
from 7 to 014, nrt Wednesday aud Ba.
turday afternoons for ladlea ami clill.
lren; D. P. SMITH.
Wt . iM&mdMki h: