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SATt'KDAY, MAY '-', 188fi.
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Almucfla l.t-HM's Honolulu, .May 1
Mnrlpon Leae4 Honolulu, Mny 15
PACIFIC MAIL S. S. CO.
I OK AUCKI.KNI) ANIISVIINi:V'
roil pan ntANnsci).
Stmr .ciilamlln Mny
Stmr IClniut from Windwnid I'orn
Stniv Kllatica Hon from Wlndwaid l't
Stmr T.lkellke from Ivtilitilitl
Bktne Morning Star for S S Hands
Stmr .Ta Makee for Kauai
VESSELS LEAVING ON MONDAY.
Stmr XV 0 Hall for Windward Port
Stmr Iwalaul for llamakua
Stmr T.lkellke for Kaliulul
Schr Katilkcaoiill for IColiala
Sciir ICainol for I.aupahochoc
VESSELS IN PORT.
II S S Hartford. Perkins
Bktne John Smltli.
Itktne Kutl" Kllcklnger. Young:
Bktno Amelia, Newhull
Brig Neptune. Cozens
Brljj ,f U Spreekels, Friis
Brig Allle Ho wo, Holland
Brig W 11 Meyer,
From Windward Ports per IClniut,
May 2 Hon II Kulholani. W II Daniels,
II it Hinds, Kev Sutton, It S Smith.
Father Oliver, 1, .1 Uonare, J F II
Sicilian, Mrs II It Smyth. Mrs W I.
Itoe and child. Mr C N Arnold and
child, MUs K Makee. Ml-t K Makee,
Miss II llalstead, Mis L Napoleon,
Miss I. Makalua, Mis .1 Makalua, Mrs
W O Needham, A Young, wife and
child, lion ,1 Nawahl and wife.
Prom Kahultii per Likellke, May 2
AV L AVood. M I'aiko and wife. XV
Heine, Pather Gultau, .1 Crowder, AV
Turner, A ICattaliilll and wife, Mrs Po
fcrdener. AV 11 Uornwoll, II Caper and
wife. Apu, 51 deck and 1 prisoner.
Talk about your elevated railroads
and bunging the art of discharging coal
down to a tuie point. jut give u look at
the hktne Xcpttme and take in her Aus
tralian mode of putting out coal. A
donkey engine hoists a basket contain
ing nb'out 250 lbi of coal to about SO ft.
above deck and at that height on a plat
form is a man who by a herculean effort
grasps the basket and forces it on to a
cute little car, this car runs on a track
which leads to a hopper. AVhen this
powerful tar has placed the basket on
the car he makes ready to wrestle with
the nest, while a shipmate of his pushes
the tram to the hopper and there dumps
the basket. It might be advisable for
some one to photograph the mechanism
of this ingenious device and the differ
ent attitudes of the workmen, which
would make powerful models for the
Stmr Kinau brought 0000 bags of
sugar, 24 green hides and 70 pkgs of
The Kate Plickinger will load for San
The J D Sprockets received 2770 hags
of sugar from the stmr AV O Hall this
The steam seow is employed in dis
charging to Ar 11 Meyer.
Stmr Likeliko brought 1705 bags of
The Morning Star sailed at I! o'clock
this p. in. for tlic S S I'lands, taking :t
Hawaiian missionaries and Master A
Logan as paengcrs.
Stmr ICilauea JIou brought I1S72 bags
of t-ugar, ii;i head of cattle and 5 hales of
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tin: Central Park rink will
open this evening.
Tiiuuf. is a lino band on board the
IT. S. S. Hartford.
A (tor.D brooch, set with
nionds, is advertised as lost.
"Russia, on the Terge of Bank
ruptcy," will be found on the fourth
Dok't fail to see Kentuck at the
Music Hall this evening,
It is si in-
Tin: Honolulu Rifles were on guard
duty at the residence of the late
Queen, last evening.
- i . - '
Quiti: a number of the sailors
from the U. S. S. Hartford are on
shore, enjoying themselves.
Tun usual gospel temperanco
meeting at the Bethel Union Church
this evening at 7:30 o'clock.
Go to Music Hall this evening and
hear Mr. AVillic Simms tell you what
took place "some time before the
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Fuesii and new goods by every
steamer from Hie Coast. King
Bros.' frame and cornice makers.
Tin: regular meeting of the Kapio
lani Boat Club will be held this
evening at 7.JI0 o'clock at No. 101
Ik you want a nice shoe, boot,
blipper, or 11113' kind of children
shoes, L, Adler is the place for it,
1!1 Nuuanii street- 080. tf.
Tin: piny of Kentuck i9 finely
mounted. The second act, The
Lexington Race Track, is alone
worth the money paid for admission.
Uv llio Aliunctln, 00G3 bunches of i
bnnitim were Bent forward. This Is
tlto largest, shipment ever ttintlc by
one vessel. i
Tun Queen's Own, tlio now com
pany, to tlic number of fifty eight
had a good drill last evening under
the roinniand of Nahora Ilipa.
Kluvun new members were added
to the King's Own Aroltiuteer Gnat ds,
last evening. This company lakes
high rank among (tie volunteers.
Tin: Bt.i.i.irrix goes into nearly
every house in the city and Rtibiirbs,
therefore you could have no better
means or advertising your wares.
Blank Books ruled and bound in
various styles to order, by A. II.
Rascinnnti, Book binder, Gazette
Block. 1008 lw
Contkactoi: Thomas expects to
finish the new laboratory building at
Puliation in about three weeks. The
work is being pushed forward vciy
I-1 i -- i -
Tins morning, Lyons & Levey
sold tlic goods and furnishings of the
Windsor restaurant, taken upon a
distress for rent. Tlic sate realized
His Majesty's carriage with Col.
C. P. Iaukea was at the wharf ex
pecting the arrival of II. K. II. the
Governess of Hawaii. The Governess
did not come this trip.
Tm:ni: will be no band concert at
Emma Square this' afternoon. The
Iioynl Hawaiian Band will not play
iu public until after the funeral of
Her late Majesty Queen Emma.
Tin: Misses Makee arrived by the
Kinau this morning from Ulupalakua,
bringing with them some most
beautiful white flowers, which were
at once taken to the residence of the
late Queen Emma.
At a meeting held Thursday even
ing, the Honolulu Fire Department
accepted the invitation of Mr. Alex.
J. Cartwright to attend the funeral
of the late Queen Emma. They will
attend in full dress.
Owino to a meeting last night to
make arrangements for Queen
Emma's funeral, tlic Temperance
Lecture by Mr. Crowley at Kauma
kapili Church, stands postponed to
Thursday evening next.
Fr.r.D Wundonburg's new steamer
for tlic Molokai route may be ex
pected here about the end of the
month. Capt. Smith and three Ha
waiian sailors left by the Alameda
yesterday to bring her down.
Tin: San Francisco Dramatic Com
pany will give a performance at
Music Hall next Thursday evening
for the benefit of the Geo. De Long
Post, G. A. R. The play for that
evening has not yet been decided
Tin: sand required for the new
police station building arrived by
the W. II. Meyer from San Fran
cisco. There is about lf)0 tons.
Work on the building will be re
commenced on Monday morning and
Mil. George Lucas completed on
Thursday the alterations he has
been making at the Branch Hospital,
Kakaako. A large new range has
been placed in the institution, which
will cook food .sufficient for one
The O. S. S. Mariposa will be due
on Friday next from San Francisco
with dates to the 1st inst, and on the
Sunday following, May 10th, the 1':
M. S. S. Zealandia may be looked
for from the Colonies en route to
Auout half-past ten o'clock this
morning a large sorrel horse attach
ed to a heavy dray started off on its
own account from the upper end of
Queen Street. It had not gone far
before it got free from the dray, and
continued along with the harness on,
until stopped near the Honolulu Iron
AVorks without doing any damage
Tin: rainfall at Mills' store, Pa
linla, for month ending April UOth,
188fi, was as follows: April 1st, .10 ;
3rd, l.fifi; 5th,
8th, .50; 10th,
o 00 .
10th, .G2; 17th, .87;
10th, .13; 20th, 1.20;
2f)th, .20; 2Gth, .30 j
20th, .07; 30th, 4.0-1.
Total, 10 days, 1G.G0 inches. Wind
S.W. and S. during the month.
Tin: Friend has the following
clipped from the Canrrefationalist of
April 0th: "An arrangement has
been made by the transcontinental
railroad companies and the Oceanic
Steamship Co. of Sun Francisco for
offering roundtrlp tickets from tlio
Missouri River to Honolulu for 6225,
thus rendering the Hawaiian Islands
the rival of Florida and Southern
California as a place of winter re
sort." Mn. .Tunics Morgan, for Mr. K.
P. Adams, faold this noon the premi
ses on Palace Walk adjoining the
barracks, and known as the "Old
iLi 1 1 iil i hi j ....j. . mp M ',' ' MJil ll
Royal School premises" to tlic Ha
waiian Government for 82,0fi().
A tiuiri trance's salo of land at Wnilico
inn vllfiili-nwu. 'I'lin snln n( n li.ir. (
crl of land on tlio l'ltlntiin road, by
order of the Marshal, has been post
poned for the present.
ANGLICAN CHURCH CHRONICLE.
The May number of tuts periodical
comes promptly to hand. The
edition is practically spoiled by the
transposition of pages, making it
a dilllcttlt mutter to read through
properly. Its pages nrc in mourning,
and the editors pay a glowing tribute
to the late Queen Dowager Emma.
Tito probabilities of war arc also
editorially discussed. A very inter
esting account is given of a trip to
Maui, made by one of the editors
who went for the purpose of olllciat
ing at the late Mr. Unna's funeral.
A statement of the funds of the
Building Committee, show that be
sides donations and legacies already
due, S20,000 is required to complete
tlio new Cathedral as decided upon,
namely, the chancel and two bays.
The usual amount of English,
American, Canadian and Colonial
Church news is given, and the edu
cational department has not been
Tliis( morning, in the Police Court,
a native named Keoni, a member of
the Prince's Own, was charged with
disorderly conduct in the grounds of
the residence of the late Queen
Emma. Deputy Dayton-said strict
orders had been given to the police
to exclude airy one from the pro
mises in an intoxicated condition, or
otherwise unruly. His Honor said
it was bad enough for a man to get
drunk and create a disturbance, but
disgraceful on premises where a dead
body lay. The defendant being a
soldier ought certainly to have known
better. He was sentenced to seven
days' imprisonment at hard labor
and to pay costs.
Before Police Justice Bickerton.
Uweloa, Ilookano (w.), Sam, W.
M. Cavanngli, J. O. Davis, Kauaua,
and D. Kaui, were all arrested for
drunkenness. They had to leave
SG each with the court for their dis
sipation. Kahalekai (w.), charged
with disobedience to parents, was
remauded until the -1th. The case
against Chun Kan, for embezzlement,
was discontinued by the prosecution.
Frank Corthall was charged with
larceny of a watch belonging to
David McDonald. Ho was remanded
until the Gth. Manual Phillips and
Harry Day were charged with re
ceiving stolen goods, to wit a gold
watch valued at $90. Both were
remanded until the Gth. Lee Lung
was discharged for assault ' and
battery on a little native girl. Jas.
Love, charged with disorderly con
duct, pleaded guilty and was re
manded until Monday for judgment.
lumo, tor housebreaking, was re
manded until moved on by prosecu
tion. " KENTUCK."
This play was given in fine style
last evening by the San Francisco
Dramatic Company, it being one of
the best hits of the season. It will
be repeated this evening, when a
bumper house may be expected.
The audience last evening was a
meagre one. For the play there
was not a dull act in it, and it was
full of strong dramatic points. The
race on the Lexington track, in
which two blooded race horses took
part, was given with the best stugo
setting the company has. yet pre
sented. It was highly realistic.
Mr. K. T. Stetson did some power
ful acting as John Woodford all
through. As for Mr. AV. Simms,
it might sntllcc to say that ho was if
anything more entertaining than
evor. An ex-rebel cavalry major,
Rube Poindexter, his persistent re
minders of a "circumstance that
happened before the war" brought
down the house every time. Tlio
fuitliful negro retainer Kph was well
personated by Mr. Rutledge, while
that gentleman's make-up as Old
Man Wilkins was a perfect dramatic
illusion. The camp-fire on the
plains of Kansas was -a, very vivid
stage scene, and there was some fine
tragic work got in round the blazing
faggots. Miss Minnie Young made
a good hit as .1 young colored jockey,
riding the winner of the race in
the last act "the Old Kentucky
Home" the meeting of Rella and
Clara, companions of long ago, re
presented respectively by Miss
llannic Ingham and Miss Kinina
Heath, was a striking scene. The
latter exhibited really first-class
talent iu her metamorphosis from the
blooming girl last seen to the totter
ing wreck frou a New Orleans yel
low fever hospital. The song, "My
Old Kentucky Home," by Miss
Minnie Young in this act was an
agreeable diversion, and tit intervals
throughout the play Mr. Berger's
orchestra added much to the enjoy
ment by niusic appropriate to 'the
scene?. All who attend the second
presentation of the play to-night
may be certain of one of the best
performances by this company.
.U J. LlU U J
VV IW ill H i1
THE MORNING STAR.
Farewell religious services were
held on board the above vessel at 'J
o'clock this afternoon. After sing
ing a hymn, prayer was offered up
by Kev. Mr. Lclco, and addresses
delivered by the Hcvs. Dr. Hyde
and l.ono. The benediction closed
the exercises. A large crowd of
people were on board and on the
wharf. About 0 o'clock the vessel
took her departure for Micronesia.
The Mny number of this monthly
publication is before us. In speak
ing of politics its editors say : " Wo
have opinions yes, political opini
ons and shall fearlessly state them
whenever we think we can do good
thereby. We shall write upon such
questions in no narrow, partisan
spirit; we shall make no war against
men : but we shall speak for what
we believe to be truth, kindly,
courteously and charitably, but
firmlj." Considerable space is giv
en for an article on the objections to
roller .skating. Some interesting
news is given under the heading of
Hawaiian Board. There is a full
account of the annual meeting of
the Y. M. C. A., and the whole
number is exceedingly complete with
THE KINAU'S TRIP.
The Kinau arrived in port shortly
before ten o'clock this morning. She
made the trip from Lahaina in about
five hours and a half. Purscy Bcck
loy reports rainy weather the whole
of the trip. At Mahttkona yesterday
1000 bags of sugar were put on
board by the use of tarpaulins. The
steamer brought 0000 bags and if
the weather had been line would
have brought 3000 more. A large
sperm whale was seen about seven
o'clock this morning off Molokai
point. The Kinau will go on the
Marine Railway to be cleaned, and
sail at her usual time Tuesday after
noon. HE GOT CUT.
This morning between eleven and
twelve o'clock a Chinese waiter,
Ah Chan, employed at the Saratoga
house, received' a cut on the head
from a knife held by 11 Japanese,
named Archie. It appears tlic form
er was cutting bread in a way con
trary to the orders of Archie. Tlic
latter spoke to him about it, when
Ah Chan struck at him. Archie
held up his hand, which contained a
knife, to ward off the blow, and in
so doing the Chinaman received a
cut on. the right side of the head,
which bled profusely. It is only a
slight wound about two inches in
length. Uoth were taken to the
station house followed by a large
crowd. A charge of assault and
battery was slated against Archie
and he was locked up. The China
man was taken to a doctor to have his
cut dressed. His whole vest, collar
and pants were covered with blood.
U. S. S. HARTFORD.
The following is a list of olllccrs
Hair-Admiral J. II. Uphur, Commander-in-Chief
Captain George II. I'crkin-s, Com
manding and Chief of Staff.
Staff Lieutenants J. A. 11. XiclioN and
Edward I Qmiltroiigh.
Staff Midshipman Edward Davis.
Lieut. Cominanilers-rO. II. Thomas and
Lieutenants.. V. 15. Blceker. O. E.
Vreeland, William C. Uabeoek, J. C.
Fremont. Jr. and Hamilton lltitchiiis.
Ensign Hugh Itodmaii.
Paymaster Pay Inspector T.T. Caswell.
Surgeon .T. II. Clark.
Passed As'sl. Surgeons J. II. Waggcner
and J. f. Murray.
Chief Engineer Thomas Williamson,
Asst. Engineers .1. L. Uow, E. O. C.
Acker and V. C. Bower.
Captain of Marines XV. It. Brown.
Lieut, of 'Marines XV, . Stayton.
Midshipmen U. S. Williams. l- h.
L00111N, C. II. Hayes and V. McPher-
Asst. Paymasters J. G. Sankcy and It.
V. Barmy .
Jioatsu-ain Francis A. Bran.
Gunner J. G. Foster.
Carpenter Solon II. Malnou.
SaitmakerG. Van Mater.
The usual services at St. Andrew's
Cathedral to-morrow at 11 a. m. and
7 :.50 v. m.
The usual services at Fort street
Church at 1 1 a. ji. At 7 :.'J0 o'clock
Kev. Mr. Cruzan will deliver the
fourth lecture to young men. Sub
ject: "The Fast Young Man." A
There will bo services with preach
ing, morning and evening, ut the
Bethel Union Church. .Sunday
school at 0:15 o'clock. K. C. Oggel,
the pastor, wil preach in the even
ing the third of a scries of sermons
on tlio Lord's Prayer. Subject:
"Thy Kingdom Come." A cordial
invitation is estended to these ser
King Bros., Importers and Deal
ers in Pictures, Artists' Materials,
Cornice, Picture Mouldings, F.tc,
Ktc, have moved to their new and
commodious store, Hotel street.,
cor. Union, where we will bo pleased
to meet our old patrons and tlio
public. Cornices and Picture Frames
11 specialty. All wo ask is a trial.
Tlio General Annual Conference
of the Mormon Church was held at
Logon, t'tah Territory, Instead of
Salt Lake City, this year, beginning
on April Ith. Neither of the three
first Presidents of the church was
present. Apostle Uiehards presided,
assisted by four other apostles. A
number of leading bishops and pro
minent elders of other parts of Utah,
Idaho and Colorado weie present,
but altogether the attendance was
moderate. There was a feeling of
confidence that the present opposi
tion would ultimately result to the
good of the church. Tlio speakers
conveyed this impression, and pre
dicted a final deliverance from their
present trials. They had nothing to
say against those opposing tlic
church by harassing persecution,
but claimed that there was nothing
offered that they would exchange
for Mornionisin. There was no inti
mation that revolution or anything
of an unusual nature would be ad
vanced by the Conference. A Salt
Lake despatch, subsequent to the
meeting, says the action of the Con
ference has caused deep disgust
among the Mormons and ridicule
among the Gentiles. The first Presi
dency's failure to show up makes
their people think they have more
care for their personal' safety than
for the good of the church. The
long address, issued from a hiding
place by John Taylor and George
Q. Cannon, is considered frothy and
silly. Thai part complaining Unit
they had no olllcial notice of any
process of court issued against them
is received with broad guffaws. The
Mormons arc worse torn up now
than ever before in Utah.
TERRIBLE SCENE IN A CIRCUS.
A Paris despatch of March Otli
says: The great lioness in the
Winter circus here attacked Kdward
Williams, lion-tamer, while he was
putting her through her regular per
formance in the cage last night. The
scene at once threw the vast audi
ence into horror, and for a while tlio
people were spellbound. Williams
made a most desperate struggle, and
the fight between him' and the en
raged beast lasted for some minutes,
during which lie was terribly lace
rated, the lioness bounding about
the cage howling with rage. The
circus attendants, who ran to Wil
liams' assistance with iron bars
and prongs, while they finally suc
ceeded iu saving his life, goaded the
lioness to such ferocity that her
actions threw the spectators into a
panic, and they rushed pell-mell
from the place, the men crushing
the women and children down, and,
111 many cases, passing over tlicm.
During all tins excitement the
lion-tamer preserved his self-control,
and gradually neared the gate of the
cage, his person torn and mangled
and bleeding from innumerable
wounds. At a favorable moment,
the door was opened, and Williams
quickly slipped out and sprang bc
hiud him. The moment he touched
the ground he sank down from ex
haustion into a prolonged swoon.
He had to be removed to a hospital,
where his injuries were pronounced
A practical joke played on a man
in Watseka, III., has made him in
sane. He invested heavily in lottery
tickets, and some one who knew of
his weakness sent him tin announce
ment that he had drawn .1 prize and
inclosed a draft for 81,000,000.
Tlio discovery that the draft was
bogus lias completely unbalanced his
mind. Chicago Times.
The bar of Philadelphia proposed
to give cx-Atlorncy-Gonoral Brew
ster an elegant dinner, but lie de
clined to accept, giving as a reason
that he docs not desire to participate
in a public feast while so many find
it hard worlc to get a meal. It was
to have been a sumptuous affair at
SIS a plate.
Building: Lots for Sale.
QKVEUAL building lots for f-alo or
Irw lum hi, jviipiiiiuuu, uuar iiiuiuuu
lewai bridge, 011 the Ewn side of the
lam; leading to Austin's estate. Easy
terms. Applv to AV. C. AC1II,
Law onicu of XV. It. Castle. 897 tf
SILK CULTURE !
My Book of Instruction,
"SILK AND THE SILK WORM,"
(lives all ucreisiary lnfoiiuatioii.
l'rlr', Twcnty-I'lii Ontw iit'r rnjij.
Silk Worm Egg, Bi-cIh, Tree?, Cut.
tings, Seeds, &c, for Bale at the very
lowest market rates,
Thorniomotor and Baromolcr Combined
For list) of Sill; ltaiseio, free by mail
only 75 cents.
1 will hit picked to givu information
to coriespondcnls who apply by letter,
inefoslng two-cent Mamp lor reply,
HpcrliiK-ii Itiixi'M ol" Cot-ooiiH A Itccl
cil Hlllc, :i5 Ci-ntH.i
None but articles of the first (utility sold
Address all communications to
Miss Nollio Lincoln Rossiter,
Practical Silk G'ulttirist,
New Lisbon, Burlington Co.
944 NEW JKBSKV.
CT1CLLY Turni'licd Hooinx, well veil.
tllatod. nl No. 110 Klntr .Street.
opp(ltt tlio roldrnco of C T. Qttllck.
Fresh, at 5 Cents Each.
Every Morning: at 1 1 O'clock
Steam Untidy factory nnd Bakery,
Hotel at., Telephone No. 74.
E. R. RYAFS
- - Honolulu.
Tim ohlet and only Boat Building Shop
In the Kingdom.
Boats and Scows of all kinds made to
order. Surf Boats a specialty.
I have Oak Timbers imported expressly
for Islnnd use.
All kinds of Boat Repairing done at
1005 shortest noiicu. ly
HOT BTJTVS !
EVERY SATURDAY !
Owing to the great demand for Hot
Cross Buns at Easter, and by request of
many of my customers, hereafter I shall
HOT JlUXS KEADY
for my customers
Every Saturday Afternoon.
Guaranteed as good as the Easter
Hot Cross Huns. Leave your orders
Confectioner and Fancy Baker, Hotel
Street. JU3 lm
New York & Honolulu Packet
MESSHS. AV. II. CBOSSMAN
& IJHO., 77 Broad street.
N. Y., will despatch a llrst
class vessel in tins line, from
New York to Honolulu Direct,
on or about .1UNE 15. Paities wishing
to avail themselves of this fine opportu.
11 ity should forward orders as early an
CASTLE & COOKE, Agents,
Honolulu, Apiil :!, 1885. !)S0 lm
Wllrox'H Mnrliiut' Mntlt-.
Families and others in want of Good,
Machine Made Poi,
Can obtain the same in quantities to
suit by leaving orders and con.
JF. JB. 0-A.T,
At Pacific Navigation Co.'
8(il Queen street.
iMticuc iLij-rr or
18 to 2-t inches.. fiOc
2 toarect !)0c
a to-1 feet $1.25
i'i:it 10 100
1 to G Inches... $ 2.00
0 to 12 inches.. COe 2.50
12 to is " .. ;oc :i.no
18 to 24 " .. 75c 5.00
2 to, !i feet $1.00 7.00
:ito4 " 1.25 a.oo
4 to 5 " 1.75 12.00
5 tot " 2.C0 10.00
Cuttings, per 100, $1.00; per 1,000, $0.C0.
White Mulberry Seed, per ounce, 30
cents; per pound, $3.00.
Kussian Mulberry Seed, per ounce, 1)0
cents; per pound, $7.00.
Miss Nellie Lincoln Rossiter
Is Agent for the following papers:
South and. West, semi-monthly, C0c a
Farmer's Call, weekly, 50c per year;
Fanner's Home, monthly, 00c per year;
Home and School Visitor, monthly,
70c per year.
As an inducement to parties to order
their Silk Worm Eggs during the sum.
mer, to he forwarded in thu fall, I oiler
premiums, from April 1st, as follows;
For$l, 2,000 efjirs, and a bonk of in-
For $2, 5,000 eggs, hook of Instruction
and any one paper.
For $'J, Joz, eggs, and any two papers.
For i?5, 1 oz. eggs, two papers and book.
For $9.00, 2 07.. eggs, and three papers.
For $14, !1 oz. eggs, !i papers and hook.
For $17, 4 oz. eggs, nnd four papers.
For $21,5 0.. eggs, 4 papers and hook,
'Hie nuovo charges "am the regular
list prices for eggs," and thu papers will
bo sent as hero Muted for one year.
Thosu sending orders through the sum.
mer, accompanied by tlio cash amount,
(I'ost'OIUcu orders payublu to ine, on
PostOniee, Peinberton, Xew Jersey, U.
S. A.) will receive the premiums to
which their order entitles tliem, com.
menclng at once, and the eggs will be
sent about November 1st.
i:i.i.ii: i.ixcoi.x iiohmitkii.
Practical Silk CulttirUt,
New Lisbon, Burlington Co.,
977 NEW JEHBEV.
; Berliner PfanMieii