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MONDAY, MAY I, 1885.
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PACIFIC MAILS. 3 CO.
KOU UCKI.AN0 .VN'DBTUXr.r:
Htinr Australia May 10
rim ran rtuKciscn.
Stmr Zoalandln Mny 10
Bktne W H Dlinouil from S F
Stmr Planter from Kminl
Selir Ihnuia from "Wnl 111 10
Sclir Catcrlna from lluuilul
Schr Manuokawal from K olau
Sclir Lcahl from Kohoht'ele
Schr llalnbow fiom Koolan
Sclir Wallole from Mahko
Uk Forest Queen from Sin Francisco
Stmr W G Hall for Windward Poits
Stmr Iwalatd for Ilmnakiia
Stmr Likcllke for Knlmltii
Schr Malolo for llllo
Sclir Kanlkoaoull for lvoliala
Selir Kamol for Laiipahuchoi'
VESSELS LEAVIKC TO-MORROW.
Stmr Klnan for Wlmlward Ports
Stmr Planter for Kauai
Stmr Kiliuio'i Hon for Windward Ports
Sclir Emma for Koolnu
Sclir Catorlna for Ilnnnlcl
Sclir Manuokawal for Koolau
Schr Mana for Illlo
'S:hr Lcahl for Koholalclu
Sclir Rainbow for Koolau
Schr Wiulclo for Mallko
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bktne John Smith.
Bktne Katie Flieklngcr, Young
Bktno Amelia, New hall
Brig Neptune, Cozens
Brig J D SpreekcK Fiiis
BrlgAllie Howe, Holland
Brig W H Meyer,
Bk Tit Foster, Kugg
Bktne W II Dlinond, Iloudlett
Bk Forest Queen
From San Francisco, per Bktne W
Ulmond, May 8 A P teott.
From Kauai, per Stmr Planter, May 3
Z S Spaitlding, wife and 5 children, E
Macllu. Miss Hied. MUs Van Nordon,
Miss M Uhaniberlain, S Kalaloa, Miss M
A Tltcomb. T T Knktunlic, Mrs Gr.we
biirg, 1 Chinaman and 01 deck.
fc'ehr Emma brought 1000 bags of
biigar, the Manuokawal 217, the Mana
1112, the Rainbow 512 and the Wallclc
The Hawaiian brig AlllcRowe will sail
for Hongkong on Thursday next May
7th. Messrs Frecth & Peacock aie the
The brig Sclina was telephoned this
r ii several miles of Diamond Head
stand to the westward.
It rained so much on the lcc side of
Kanai last week tin- steamer Planter
could not take in a full load of sugar.
One of the back tollers of the Koloa
Mill broke last week causing w ork to be
suspended for a sliQrt time.
The Amelia finished' dlsch
deck load this morning.
Stmr Planter brought :!20C bags of
sugar, 110 hides and 25 head cattle.
Mr Frank Lake has resigned his posi
tion as purser of the steamer Kilauea
Hon to bo succeeded bv J J ICelley.
The bktne W II Dimond. Capt. Iloud
lett. arrived yesterday IS) days from
Sju Francisco wl.h about !!50 tons of
assorted merchandise and 187 hog.-.
She is docked near the O S S wharf and
is consigned to Uatle &. C oke. SIib
had variable winds and weather. Sighted
the brig Levy Stcens from Newcastle
with coal lor San Francisco, and on
Friday last a hark stiiullng to the west
ward supposed to bo tlio F S Thompson
fiom San Francisco for Kalmlui.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Agiucui.tchai. notes on our fourth
A muktixg of
will be hold tliis
evening at 7:80
Tin: Temple of Fashion advertises
for a young woman for the millinery
department. Look out for their new
This evening the Banker's Daugh
ter will be given at Music Hall by
request. It is a beautiful play and
should attract u crowded house.
Mn. P. C. Jones, Jr., is home
again, thereforo the Y. M. C. A.
bookkeeping classes will meet this
evening as usual atC:30 and 7:30.
Ik you want n nice shoe, boot,
slipper, or any kind of children
shoes, L. Adler is the place for it,
13 Nuuanu street- 080. tf.
Mn. J. E. Wiseman distributed
hundreds of Messrs. Snreekcls &.
Co.'s banking circuhus on Saturday
nraong the merchants and others.
Blank Books ruled and bound iu
various styles to order, by A. H.
Rnscmann, Book binder, Gazette
Block. 1008 lw
Mn. F. W. Wood, first Sergeant
of the Honolulu Rifles, has resigned
his position and returned to the
ranks as a private. He says he
wants to learn more.
This morning Lyons &. Levey sold
a piece of land, lots 8 and 9, com
prising 8 M-lOOths acres, atKapio
Inni Park, for 8500 to H. R. II.
The box plan for tlio Beiiei of
nwdits liy 1ho Montaguo-Tiuncr
Concert Company, will bo opened nt
0 o'clock slinrp to-morrow morning,
nt Wiseman's for tlio Palo of season
Tuor. persons lccelving water
from Hie Mnkiki reservoir, should
talte notice Hint the water will be
shut off to-morrow from 7 a. iu. un
til 4 p. ra. Tlio reservoir is going to
Turin: was quite 11 little scene out
side the station house this morning.
A native claimed a horse which was
being driven by n Cliinamnn, and
got quite frantic over it. The police
interfered and the ownership will
probably lie bottled in Court.
Oou patrons' attention is called to
a new ndveitiseinent of August
Gramburg in to-day's issue. Dairy
men, ranchmen and ownews of cattle
on the Islands will find Mr. GYatn-hurgopr-ii
for engagements in spoeing
cows. Orders left at Wiseman's.
Sin. E. Lycnn has an order book
in the ollice of J. E. "Wiseman for
the customers who wish some of his
delicious fruits. He will personally
select and ship bananas to the Coast
and will call at Mr. "Wiseman's ofllec
every Tuesday and Friday for orders
on the book. Pineapples, cherries,
peaches, mangoes anil other fruits
Tun new advertisement of Mr. C.
J. McCarthy will be found in
another column. The new Boston
and Chicago cigar and cigarettes are
claimed to be a specialty, and
smokers should give them a. trial.
The billiard parlors and reading
room are worthy of patronage by
those who delight in a pleasant pas
time. Buy your tickets, boys, at
the Astor House fof the play at the
Music Hall to-night.
Before Police Justice Bickerlou.
.las. Love, remanded from Satur
day on a charge of disorderly con
duct, was brought up for judgment.
His Honor ordered the defendant to
give a bond in the sum of 8100 with
one surety, conditional that he will
not commit the offense complained
of, viz., being a disorderly person,
for the term of one year from date.
Nine drunks brought in the sum of
859 to the Government treasury.
Three Chinamen, charged with
having opium in possession, were
remanded until the 11th. Mr.
Ilartwell appeared for them. Ah
Mau, for laiceny of fowls, was re
manded until the 5th. Archie, for
assault and battery on Ah Chan,
was remanded until the Gth. Kau
uaupu pleaded not guilty to stealing
a tumbler from the Cosmopolitan
saloon, and was remanded until the
5th. John Miha and Mary Ellis
were charged with adultery. The
man was fined $30 and the woman
$15 with costs. Chas. Hall, an ex
press driver, was fined SIJ and 81
costs for violating express rules by
canying too many passengers. Four
Chinamen were reprimanded and
discharged for gaming on tlio
Up3hur, Captain Perkins,
ecrs of the U. S. S. Hartford were
presented to His Majesty the King.
Tlicy were received at the Palace by
Major E. "W. Purvis, Vice Cham
berlain, who conducted them inside,
where they were received by His
Excellency the Minister of Foreign
A If airs. His Ex. the American
Minister, K. M. Daggett, after being
presented to His Majesty by the
Minister of Foreign Affairs, pre
sented the Admiral and Captain to
His Majesty, and Captain Perkins
presented the officers. The Royal
troops were stationed in front of the
Palace .and the Royal Hawaiian
Band was in attendance. Their
Excellencies the Attorney General
and Minister of the Interior, Chief
Justice Judd, lions. A. S. Cleghorn
and Godfrey Rhodes, were also
present at the reception.
DAMON AND PYTHIAS.
To-morrow evening this fine play
will be presented at Music Hall by
the San Francisco Dramatic Com
pany. It is a play that enlists the
attention of eveiyone who witnesses
it, and. one not easily forgotten.
The etofy of this, play caused tho
-foundation of a. large secret organ
ization. The 'Knights of Pythias
ought certainly to witness its per
King Bros., Importers and Deal
ers in Plenties, Artists' Materials,
Cornice, Picture Mouldings, Etc.,
Etc., have moved to their new and
commodious store, Hotel street.,
cor. Union, where we will bo pleased
to meet our old patrons and the
public. Cornices and Picture Frames
a specialty. All wo ask is a trial.
Lawn tennis is said to have
brought in, like roller-skating, anew
and peculiar disease. It is a rupture
of a muscle in the arm. The ail
ment has already been dignified by a
A TOM.B nusrc
Tiik ExTctirnisr. M11.1, and snvciui.
Houses Succumb to the Flames.
NAnnow Escape of Dodd' Sta
bles, Tiik CiunnKD Remains of a Av-
1'IIEXTIOC FKOM TUB U. S. S. IlAnT-
Foiti) found is tiii: Ruins.
Shortly after half-past two o'clock,
Sunday morning, the fire bells rang
out a general alarm for a fire on Fort
Street, which proved to be a very
large and destructive one. Mr.
James Dodd, who resides in the
building at the corner of Hotel and
Fort Streets, over Lewis & Co.'s
store, was awakened out of sleep by
a loud crackling noise, and on look
ing out of his window
SAW A. FIltE
in the rear of the old Enterprise
Mill. He at once hastened out of
the house and gave the alarm to a
native policeman who was patroling
the beat near there. The latter
made all haste to the bell tower, and
immediately the alarm was given.
The flames, assisted by a somewhat
slight wind, were
MAKING GIIKAT HEADWAY,
and it looked as if the fire would
have all its own way. Mr. Dodd
rushed into the stables, and at once
commenced to cut loose the horses,
assisted by a stableman wcll-Jmown
by the name of Doctor. It was con
siderable trouble to get the animals
out of the stalls, as they wanted to
get into the fire, and some of them
even jumped up into the mangers.
One horse kicked fearfully and
caught the JJnctor a
NASTY ni.OW ON Till: HEAD,
fortunately not hurting him. Mr.
Dodd cut his hand rather severely
witlt the knife in freeing the horses.
By this time a number of people
had arrived, who assisted to get out
everything from the stables, as it
looked any odds against their being
saved. In the meantime the various
engine companies had arrived. No.
1 was stationed at the corner of Foit
and Hotel streets, No. 2 opposite
Dr. McGrew's residence, No. 4 on
Fort street opposite the Catholic
Mission, and China Engine Co. used
the hydrant at the corner of Hotel
and Nuuanu streets. No. 1 had
some little trouble in netting to the
hydrant, but finally the cover 'was
broken, and getting connected the
company did fine work. In fact all
COMPANIES DID EXCELLENT WORK,
and it is due to their persistent
efforts that Dodd's stables and
Horn's bakery were not entirely
consumed by the furious flames.
With great thoughtfulness, the Cap
taio of the U. S. S. Hartford, as
soon as the fire was reported to him,
ordered a detachment of men to
proceed ashore and give all the
assistance they could. About 80
men responded, and brought 'with
them three fire extinguishers and
plenty of axes. They rendered most
valuable assistance, and Chief En
gineer Nott of the Honolulu Fire
Department desires to thank tlio
Captain and officers for sending
SUCH WILLINO WOKKEnS.
The lire is said by some to have
originated in the old Enterprise
Mill now used by Messrs. Oderkirk
& Bertlcmann, carpenters and con
tractors. Others state that it was
first seen on Mr. Donnolly's pre
mises. Two men, who rushed into
the mill yard, cut the two horses
loose before the flames had commu
nicated with the buildings, and also
got the wagon out. One report is
that two sailors, who slept in tlio
mill yard, say the fire originated at
the end of Mr. Donnolly's premises
and immediately communicated with
the mill. However,
IT SIMIEAD ItAriDLY,
communicating with some cottages
in the rear, a cottage formerly occu
pied by Dr. Brodic and also the Rose
Cottage. The latter place was full
of boarders, who had nil they could
do to make their escape,, being able
to save hardly anything. Mr. Dou
nolly tells our reporter he was waked
up by the cry of fire, and the flames
were then 011 his roof. He had all
he could do to get his wife and baby
out, and did not have time to save
anything but the clothes ho stands
in to-day. There was 8 GO
STAniNO IIIM IN TIIK FACE,
but ho had not even time to get that.
The Fountain, Mr. Donnolly's shop,
was burned completely to the ground.
The mnuka end of Dodd's stables
was considerably charred, but the
premises we're saved by tho firemen
nnd the corrugated iron roof. The
flro communicated witli Iliggius's
carriage shop on the opposite side
of Fort street, the roof being badly
burned. Its contents were saved.
Tlio front of Lane'B marble shop,
and Naone's paint shop caught flro,
but tho buildings were saved, There
Flro 011 Fort
11 Hi 1 1 iiTT'rfOTF-Bniiriiyik?Jiifv:ayTjerj:rrTi'r!viW!
in Fowler's yard, which is in the
rear of the burned mill. A munbr-r
of cottages thcie were partly burned,
one being left with the roof off,
others with the ends gone. The fire
was well under control in a little
over an hour from the lime the alarm
was given. One
VEttT SAD T1IWQ
occurred. The charred body of a
human being was found partly bur
ied in the rulm in rear of Mr. Don
nolly's Fountain store. The body
was that of an apprentice from the
U. S. S. Hartford, who hired a room
the previous evening from Mr. Don
nolly, he being ashore on leave. Two
companions with him fortunately es
caped. Deputy Marshal Dayton was
notified, and the bod' was taken to
the Police Station. It was so badly
burned that it was almost beyond
recognition. Sparks from the fire
FLYING IN ALL DI11ECTIOSS.
The roof of Mr. Chris. Gcrtz's store
on Fort street caught fire from stray
sparks, but was fortunately put out
with buckets of water. The watch
man at Lowers & Cooke's lumber
yard was also kept quite busy at
tending to the falling sparks.
Mr. Dounolly, of the Fountain, esti
mates his loss at about SG,000, and
is insured for 83,000, in the South
British and National Companies of
New Zealand, and the Hartford, of
which Mr. C. O. Bergcr is the agent.
Mr. Bertlcman estimates his loss at
$ 1,000 and is insured for $ 1,500 with
Messrs. II. Hackfeld and Co. Mr.
James Dodd is unable to state his
loss at the present time. He is fully
insured in four companies. All his
horses have been found with the ex
ception of two, and no doubt these
will soon turn up. The cottage occu
pied by Mrs. McShane and the Enter
prise Mill were both owned by Mrs.
Morehcad. The Hon. II. A. Widc-
mann states there is no insurance on
the building known as the Poor pre
As soon as Mr. Mort Oat heard
of the fire he went over to the Fort
Street Church nnd rang the bell vio
lently for fully five minutes. He
was determined the Valley people
The firemen were provided with
coffee nt Nolte's saloon by the Wo
man's Christian Temperance Union,
for which they arc very thankful.
During Sunday large crowds of
people visited' the ruins.
At 11 o'clock yesterday Coroner
Dnyton held an inquest over the
body of Edward Gatrell, the young
man found on tlio ruins. The fol
lowing jury was empanelled: Fred
Wundenberg, M. Grossman, J. II.
Brans, Jr., F. J. Iliggins, Henry
Davis, and II. Zerbo. United States
Consul David A. McKinley was pre
sent during the inquest and watched
the proceedings. After the body
(which was lying in a coffin) had
been viewed, the following evidence
was taken :
Robert Donnolly stated : Three
men-of-war's men came to nvy house
Saturday evening at 7:30 o'clock,
and I let them have rooms. They
went out and returned at 1 1 :30
o'clock. The man who occupied the
room where this body was found was
one of them. I did not hear when
ho camo back. Tlio room had a
veranda. The other men had a room
next to mine in the main building.
When they came they were perfectly
sober. They said tliey had been to
the theatre, and had come from
there. Did not take their names.
Cannot identify any of tho men.
Tlio man in the room was the man
that went out after the three had
como back. When I awoke the En
terprise Mill was burning. There
wns plenty of time for anyone to
escape after the alarm. I and my
family got out after tho alarm. Tho
door of the room was closed to
where the body was lying.
ClIAULES DlIlENGAK aild EDWAltD
Buti.eu, seamen of the U. S. S.
HarCford, testified to being the two
men who, 111 company with another
named Edward Gatrell, engaged and
occupied the rooms at Rose Cottage.
Tho deceased was an apprentice on
board the Hartford, English by birth,
and 17 or 18 years of age. lie was
perfectly sober when they saw him
alive at the Rose lodging house at
11:30 o'clock last night. Ho then
went out. On awakening witli the
fire alarm, one of them ran and
awoke Gatrell, calling, "For God's
sake turn out; fire!" Ho replied,
"All right." The fire was then
within five feet of hi3 room, and a
denso smoke was about it. Had no
drink dining the night. None of
them were drinking men. Were on
good terms with deceased, who was
Mu, Donnoi.lv, re-called, stated
that there was no lock on the door.
It opened in, and had a bolt and
thumb latch, with a drop. The win
dow wns huge cuough to admit of u
man getting out.
After all the evidence was heard
the jury, after a short consultation,
returned a verdict that Edward Gat-
rell. nn flnnrentlec on board the U.
S. S. Hartford, camo by his death
by being burned by lite in tlio Rose
Cottage, which was destroyed on the
morning of May 3rd.
It may bo added that the deceased
bore an excellent character on board
ship, tho Admiral nnd officers speak
ing of him in very high terms. The
untimely death of one of our visit
ing man-of-war's men has elicited
much sympathy on all bauds iu the
At half-past one o'clock his re
mains were taken from tlio Police
Station and carried on board the
Hartford. Tho funeral started about
three o'clock this afternoon from
Brewer's wharf to Nuuanu Valley
Cemetery, where the remains will be
laid iu their last resting place.
Tlio following was tlio order of
Detachment of Marines,
The Hearse, with six bearers on
Rev. J. A. Cruzan,
About 80 Sailors.
The colllu was wrapped around
witli the stars and stripes draped iu
black. Some beautiful floial offer
ings were laid on the coffin sent by
friends. A Inrge gathering of peo
ple was present.
THE NEW BANK.
Messrs. Clans Sprcckcls & Co.'s
now bank opened for business at !)
o'clock this morning. The event
marks a new era in the financial and
commercial life of Honolulu. A
circular issued this morning announ
ces that the concern will be pre
pared to receive deposits, also to
make loans, discount approved
notes, and purchase exchange at
best market rates. Intoicst will bo
allowed on all deposits not exceed
ing two thousand dollars, at five per
cent per annum. For the security
of depositors tlio company has de
posited witli the Government two
hundred thousand dollars' worth of
Very commodious premises have
been furnished in a convenient and
elegant manner for the bank, in the
new Spreckels building, so-called.
Iu a short time the walls will be
adorned with framed steel engrav
ings. Mr. Frank P. Hastings is
cashier, and Mr. E. G. Spalding lias
charge of the savings department.
Shortly after ten o'clock Their
Majesties the King and Queen visit
ed the bank and were shown over it
by Col. Clans Spreckels. Their
Majesties weie the first to make de
posits iu the savings bank. Up to
noon, twenty-eight books had been
opened, and from all appearances
the mechanics will take this oppor
tunity of depositing their savings.
This morning one deposited 81, 000
in gold coin, and another 8300 in
the same money. Altogether the
firm is to be congratulated upon the
auspicious opening of this very im
Kcntuck was repeated at Music
Hall last Saturda' night, to a some
what slim but evidently appreciative
audience. This is an exciting drama,
and was almost faultlessly played
throughout. It certainly deserved
greater patronage, and if rewarded
according to its merits the house
would have been so crammed that a
person with a distressing cold could
not have found room to sneeze. The
previous night's playing of the same
piece was very good, but the repro
duction of Saturday night was still
better. It is no exaggeration to say
that it was decidedly the best played
piece this company has put 011 the
stage, and has never been surpassed
and rarely equaled by any company
that has ever appeared on the boards
of our theatre. Neat, pointed, vi
vacious, and well sustained through
out there was no flag, no flat hiatus,
from beginning to end it.ran on with
brilliant evenness, like a sparkling
waterfall. The two main diameters
of the piny John Woodford and
Major Poindextcr tho former re
presented by E. T. Stetson and tlio
latter by W. Simms, arc characters
well adapted to the genius of those
gentlemen, and were admirably
played. J. J'. Ilutledgo excelled
himself in the representation of the
faithful old negro. J. H. Morrison
also appeared to good advantago as
Gynn Powell. Miss Minnio Young
was metamorphosed into a negro
Doy, and evinced lier usual vivacity
and naturalness of acting. None
but the most fastidious and exacting
could And a defect iu Miss Ingham's
representation of Holla.- Miss
Heath is entitled to special notice.
She had comparatively little to do,
but this little was thoroughly done.
Tho integrity of her playing of the
sick girl, in the last Act, was visible
at a glance. The part wns undemon
strative, but required great expres
sion tlio most difllcult role for a
young performer, because it appeals
to tho sensations more than the per
ceptions, and is therefore the great
est triumph of tlio dramatic artiste.
This triumph was won by Miss
Heath. Tlio minor characters of
tho play wcro also well sustained,
and tho curtain fell amidst the plau
dits of a gratified audience.
m UflMNQ THANKS.
Tho edlto, r of the Detroit Free
iVcci recent. 'y received a copy of
the Honolulu Almanac and Direc
tory, and tliis is how ho reviews it:
--Tho Free I'rcts is very much
obliged to Hi -Majesty, King Kala-
liaua, of lliu Nuulmch Islands, for
a copy of his alumnae and directory.
The presumption in that the King
sent It, as the wrapper bears the
printed lino, "On his Hawaainn
Majesty's service." The alnraaiinc
is full of interesting information and
1 don't see how any family can get
along without it. For instance, on
January 10 the line opposite the date
says: "Funeral of Knmehameha
III., 1853." That was tho first in
timation I had of his death. It
doesn't say ho died, but 1 infer as
much from the remark about the
funeral. Then on January 24 I see
" Missionaries sailed from Oahu for
California, 1882." My knowledge
of California leads mo to think their
mission failed. On January 28 I
urn shocked to see that "Chief
Iloapili-Wahine died, 1840." So old
Hoopla is gone too I On September
2 the almanac states that Princess
Lilitiokalani, daughter of Kcohoka
lole and Kapankea, was born 1838.
I think the Princess Lily has cause
to feel indigtiant at the giving away
of her ago like that. The book
gives a biography of his majesty the
king, and is full of interesting infor
mation, samples of which are given
The rigging is
intended for fair
OX ACCOUNT of departure from
the Kingdom, all persons owing
me are icqiaMcd to make immediate
payment to L. A. THUHSTON, 38 Mer.
chant Street, who has a full power of
attorney to transact all business for me
in my absence, lie is authorized to re
ceipt for all moneys due me, and to cu
force payment of unpaid claims.
Honolulu, Match 13, 18j. 1,69 2m
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White Mulberry Seed, per ounce, 30
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Kussinn Mulberry Sied, per ounce, (10
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Home and School Visitor, monthly,
75c per year.
As an inducement to parties to order
their Silk Worm EgK during the turn,
inor, to be forwarded in the fall, I offer
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For$l, 2,000 egsra, and a book of in
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and any one paper.
For $3, lo.. eggs, and any two papers.
For $5, 1 oz. eggs, two papers anil book.
For $0.50, 2 07.. eggs, and three paper.
For $14, ;i o.. eggs, 3 papers and book.
For $17,4 07.. eggs, nnd four papers.
For S!1, 5 o. eggs, 4 papers and bonk.
Tho above charges "arc the regular
list prices for eggs' and tho papers will
be sent as here staled for one year.
Those Rending orders through llicfiim.
uier, accompanied by the cash amount,
(Post-Ofllce orders payable to mc, on
1'ostOflice, Peinbcrton, New Jersey, U.
S. A.) will receive thu premiums lo
which their order entitles them, com.
mencing at once, and the eggs will be
sent about November 1st.
MilMl'. MVCOLX iiohhitkii.
Practical Bilk Culturlst,
New Lisbon, Burlington Co.,
9T7 NEW JEH6EY.
SILK CULTURE !
My Book of Instruction,
"SILK AND THE SILK WORM,"
Gives all necessary infoimatiou.
Price, Twenty-Flvn Ciih per copy.
Silk Worm Eggs, Heels, Trees, Cut.
tings, .Seeds, &c, for ah; at tlin very
lowest market rates.
Thermometer and Baromoter Combined
For use of Silk Itaiscrs, frcw by mall
only 75 cents.
I will be pleased to give information
to correspondents who apply by letter,
Inclosing two-cent stamp lor reply.
Hpcclmen Hoxch or Coroourt l Heel,
rd HIIIj, 5 t'eutH
None but articles of the first qunllty sold
Address all communications to
Miss Nollio Linooln Rossiter,
Practical Silk Culturlst,
New Lisbon, Burlington Co,
044 NEW JERSEY.
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