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THE DAILY BmJJaT.m.SUipiARY: HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY, HOTOMKBR 81, 1085,
llcr Majesty the Queen enter
tained Captain W. P. O'Connor,
the officers and member of tliu
above corps at the basement of
Iolanl Palace last evening. Tho
command were marched from their
armory accompanied by tho drums
and bugles of tho corps to the
Valacc, where they were received
by Colonel C. II. .ludd, His Ma
jesty's Chamberlain. The arrival
of Her Majesty the Qtteeii, accom
panied by Col! Jiuld and the ladies
in waiting, was announced by Cap
tain O'Connor, the command salut
ing by standing at attention. Cap
tain O'Connor, in n fov appropriate
remarks, thanked icr Majesty for
the honor conferred on himself and
command. The health of the King
and Queen was proposed by Captain
O'Connor, which' was drunk hear
tily. The Queer' expressed herself
much pleased (t meeting Captain
O'Connor and the Queen's Own
that evening. She was also pleased
to hear from lie commanding officer
such n goon account of his com
mand. "Tlircc cheers were given
for their Majesties the King and
Queen, after which llcr Majesty
retired. The corps formed in line
at open order in front of the Palace,
gave the royal salute by presenting
arms, and then Captain O'Connor
marched his command back to their
armory, nuiph pleabcd with the
evening's entertainment. Nov.
at Kamollilli, 8.3G-100
Princess Likelike for
DRIFTED TO SEA.
night Mr. Brooks, chief
cf the steamer Likehkc,
to boaul the vessel then
lying in the stream, proem cd one of
the steamer Mokolii's surf boats,
and proceeded to scull out. He
managed to propel the boat into mid
stream, when he saw he could not
reach the steamer and shouted, "I
cau't make the boat." The bailors
on board the Likelike heard him but
did not recognize his voice at tho
time. The wind was blowing stiflly
last night, and as Mr. Brooks has
not teen heard from ifc is feared that
he was blown to sea. The steamer
Mokolii was despatched to sea at 10
o'clock this morning in search of
Mr. Brooks. At four o'clock this
afternoon the steamer returned,
having picked up Mr. Brooks ill the
boat, six miles southwest of Barber's
Point. "Nov- 17tu
8 A lot
9-a-AII the light, title and interest
of Ihe c6mplainants in the said suit,
in the Hui Aina of Kapaliluahiiio nt
Manoa. Bought by Godfrey Brown
10 A lease made July 1st, 1879,
by Simon Knai, attorney for Pi inccss
Ruth, to J. K. Silva, the propel ly
being desciibed in a mortgage dntetl
Aug. 13th, 1883, made by the coni
plainant to tho defendant Loper.
Bought by Million and Andrade for
SI 00. Nov. 17th.
Tho Government Survey has just
completed n very due new map of
the Island of Mauii The map
mcasuies 4A by 3 feet, and is con
structed on the Polyconic projection.
The scale is 6',000 feet to the incln
Meridians and parallels uio laid oft
at live minute distances, each minute
of latitude and longitude being dis
tinctly sealed on the borders. The
middle latitude of the island is 20
deg., l.j inin. N., and the mid-longitude
lo(i deg., 20 miu. Y. The ex
ticme points aic shown very dis
tinctly: Kauiki, in Ion. 155 deg.,
5!) min. V. ; Kekaa, Ion. 15G deg.,
m min. W. ; the lava How of Ka
naio in lul. 20 deg., 3U min. and
Ilunokahnu in lat. 21 deg., 2 miu.
The piimnry tiiaugulation surveys
were made "by Prof. W. D. Alex
ander ond Mr. S. E. Bishop. The
Alexander, C. J.
Monsarrat, F. S.
Bishop, E. I). Bald
1?. Lawrence. The
is the civil divisions
arc very clearly in
drawing is the work
of Mr. P. S. Dodge, and is executed
in first-class style throughout. It
will be forwarded to the engraver
by next steamer; and it is hoped
that it will be ready for publication
early next year.
taken by Prof.
Lyons, M. D.
Dodge, S. E.
win and V.
natural as well
of the island
DEATH OF A UNION SOLDIER.
An American citizen named John
AY. Ramey, who had served his
country in an Ohio regiment during
the rebellion, died of consumption,
at his residence on Riuhards street,
on Monday the 9th inst., and was
buried the following day. He had
lived in Honolulu for some time, and
has left a son and daughter in the
United States Although ho was
not a member of the Grand Army of
the Republic, and hence not entitled
to burial by that organization, yet
the Geo. W. DeLong Post, of this
city, out of respect and sympathy
for a fellow-Boldier dying in a strange
land, took ciarge of the luncral and
escorted the remains to the Nuiianu
cemetery. An advertisement of the
American Consul-General, respect
ing the pecuniary affairs of the de
ceased, appiars in .this paper.
SAILING 01 THE MORNING STAR.
The Jtfissbnary vessel Morning
Star departed for the South Sea
Islands-at 10 o'clock this morning,
to resume ier religious mission
among the uitutored people of the
southern wateu. This not being the
annual trip, till missionary gathering
was not large. Rev. A. O. Forbes
conducted a biicf devotional meet
ing, and shortb before 10 o'clock
hymns in native were sung by the
scholars of the lacific Iustitute, fol
lowed by a praer in native by
Rev. Lowell Smili, and one in Eng
lish by Rev. Dr. rydc. At tho hour
of sailing the asselibled friends took
leave of the deparing ones, wishing
them a pleasant voyage and a safe
return.- The Mining Star then
steamed out to seato be gone about
four months. No 19th.
Saturday, Nov. 14th.
High wind and heavy rain made
wild weather last night.
Mis. Engclhardt's store on Port
street is lesplendent with glittering
chaudelieis and gorgeous lamps.
Tub preliminary prospectus of the
Gieat Land Colonization Scheme,
with a map of Oahu, has been issued
in a neat pamphlet from the Gazette
A Chinaman was killed last week
at Honokaa, Hawaii, by being thrown
off his lioise and dragged some dis
tance with his foot caught in the
Mil. John Paty and Major Ben
son left this afternoon a buck
boat d team for Waialuavia Palama,
to gain information regarding the
leases of certain lice lands.
Caitain Kibling, of the schooner
Wnichu. brings news of the death
of Mr. Peter Richmond, store keeper
at AVaimea. The deceased diopped
dead from heart disease on the lllh
inst., and was buried on the follow
At Messrs. E. P. Adams & Co.'s
sale this morning, the late Judge
Austin's books were withheld, as
there was no bid for the first lot put
up. There was a large quantity of
South Sea Island goods sold, realiz
ing very moderate prices.
A Chinaman, one day this week,
was caught by the queue in the
machinery of the sugar mill at Wai
kapn, Maui, and the poor fellow's
was torn off. The
brought down by tho
taken to the Queen's
"Washington, for a
device for bending
timbers, has been as
has received in-
patent for his
boat knees and
good as grant'
The hen roost robbing mania that
seems to have lately taken posses
sion of the evildoers of the town,
shows no symptoms of abatement.
A dozen chickens were stolen from
tho premises of Mr. West, of West,
Dow & Co., at Waikiki last night.
This is the second time that Mr.
West has been tho victim of the at
tention of tho sneak thieves. Twenty
fowls were got away with a few
months ago from his place.
Tuesday, Nov. 17th.
The purser of the steamer Planter
rcpoits abuiidmice of rain on Kauai,
and fearful weather in the channel
Mn. N. II. Babcock has left
Messrs. West, Dov and Co.'s piano
tuning department and gone, to Hilo
to run Mr. Smith's new skating rink.
Tin: duck shooting party returned
from Koolau this morning witli 71
ducks and 78 plover. They say thu
weather was disagrecablu and un
favorable for shooting.
The Honolulu Social Science Asso
ciation met last evening at llic resi
dence of Dr. Rodgers. A paper on
the proposed reform in spelling was
read by Dr. Emerson and an inter
esting discussion followed.
Tur.itK were twenty-eight convic
tions for drunkenness in the Police
Court to-day, the harvest of the
King's birthday celebration. Most
of the culprits were natives, and
two were women a native and a
Lately the blacksmith shop of the
Honolulu iron Works turned out,
under the superintendence of Mr.
Wilson, the foreman, about the
largest shaft ever forged in this city.
It was 10i inches in diameter, and
belonged to a sugar mill.
Pr,Aos arc flying at half-mast from
the fire houses for the death of
John Baker, a member of No. 1
Company, who died yesterday after
noon. Deceased was a hackman,
living at the head of Maunakea
street, and was past middle age at his
Mn. Arthur Johnstone, editor of
the Daily Press, and Miss Julia H.
Afong, were joined in tho holj' bonds
on Saturday evening last, the Rev.
J. A. Cruzan officiating. The
Bulletin extends cordial congratu
lations to its contemporary's chief,
and wishes the happy couple a long
and joyous wedded life.
In the Supreme Court to-day the
first discharge of a bankrupt under
the Act of 1881 took place, Chas.
Williams being discharged from his
debts. Lorrin A. Andrews, of
Makawao, Island of Maui, was
adjudged a bankrupt. Hon. W. C.
Parke received his discharge as
assignee in the bankrupt estate of
Sing Lung Kec Co., of Kahului,
Maui. Mr. A. J. Cartwright pres
ented his final accounts as adminis
trator of tho estate of Hugh Mc
Donna, deceased. Assets arc $1,795 ;
payments, ?4, 077.87; balance,
There was a serious disturbance
at the "blue gate," painted yellow,
on Merchant street, at noon to-day.
What it was about and what it
amounted to can only be judged by
the street scene following. The
notorious negio James Williams
came out with his head badly cut
from the smashing of a bottle over
it oy a "wlute,man from Maui," as
he was described by a bystander.
The negro's assailant emerged
covered with blood from the other's
wounds, the negro having had him
down on the floor in the course of
the row. There wcro loud cries of
"haul in" from the inmates and
neighbors, but no police to respond.
Consequently tho principals in the
WEDNr.3D.VY, Nov. 18th.
Heavy rain last night.
Note Oats' advertisement.
productions of tho cuisine of modern
CAr-TAiN Crane, of the schooner
Ilalcakala, which arrived this liioin
ing from Hilo, rcpoi Is that tho new
steamer Ivy Holmes had arrived
thero previous to his departure.
She is intended as a coasting vessel
to be employed in Mr. W. H.
Holmes' business nt Hilo, and for
conveying freight from that to other
ports of Hawaii.
Tun meeting for drill of the Ho
nolulu Rifles last night was moder
ately large. Tho company shouldered
arms for a " fifteen minutes' sweat"
under Lieut. McLcod. Some new
movements were tried by double
time, and the boys were pretty well
heated when the drill ended. The
Hides have been offered white pants
for fatigue uniform. Their captain
is not yet known.
Thursday, Nov. tilth.
Pleasant; sun showers to-day.
Dn. Geo. L. Pitch intends to take
up his abode on the Coast, and will
leave on the next Oceanic steamer.
There was a goodly attendance at
the side of Mr. Palmer' 3 effects yes
terday, and fair prices were obtained.
Captain O'Connor and his com
mand, the Queen's Own, will be
guests of His Majesty at a hunt in
the Palace this evening.
"They say" that the Daily
Press should not have sent its sus
ceptible young reporter to sec the
hula that the editor properly de
nounced as immoral.
A meeting: to organize the Wai
kiki Are company will bo held on
Friday or Saturday night. They
arc to have 1,000 feet of new hose.
The outlook for a new company is
The "loud alarum bells" will join
in the wclcomo to Mr. John Nott,
Chief Engineer of the Fire Depart
ment, on his return from the East
on Monday. Residents will please
not be alarmed, unless the number
of a fire ward is sounded.
Capt. Benson, of the bark Martha
Davis, is not accompanied y his
wife and daughter this" trip, it may
be of interest to their many friends
here to know that Mrs. Benson and
her daughter were enjoying good
health when the Martha Davis left
Boston, and that the little girl is
now attending school.
The Central Park Skating Rink
is closed for the want of patronage.
Mr. Smith, the proprietor, was
offered $4,000 for the rink and roller
coaster several months ago, but he
refused to sell. Later on $2,500
was offered, but Mr. Smith then
wanted $3,000, and just before
leaving for Hilo the whole concern
was offered to Road Supervisor
Hart for $2,000, but no sale could
Bishop from Bremen, yesterday,
weto sent by the steamer C. K.
Bishop this morning for Lilute
The Knickerbocker crew think
they can beat the Eclipse boys in a
long course, and intend to challenge
them for a race round tho spar
buoy. On their part, tho winners
of the regatta two-oared race be
lieve they can treat the Knicks to
an annular eclipse that is, row all
round them in a course much
longer than that of tho late regatta.
This afternoon Mr. Wiseman
made his report as sect clary to the
regatta committee. Tho total receipts
were $1,159.50, made upas follows:
subscriptions, $99fii25 ; gate money,
Sil.25; entries, $123.00. The ex
penditures amounted to S832.75, of
which $552 was for prizes aud cups.
A balance of $326. 7o is thus left in
the committee's hands. An item or
two in the expenditure was subject
to revision, which might slightly
alter this result.
With the Planters' Monthly for
November was folded a copy of the
preliminary prospectus of tho Oahu
Colonization Company. Besides a
large variety of matter pertaining
to bitgar growing and manufactur
ing, this number contains a sugges
tive article on tho political situation
as viewed from the planters' stand
point. It is shown that out of
twenty-eight Government candidates
for the Legislature, no less than
twenty-sis arc Government office
holders, "whoso living and whoso
retention in office depends absolutely
upon their unqualified support of
The captain of the schooner Knu
ikcaouli, that arrived yesterday, rc
poits very rough weather at Kohala,
Hawaii. The rain came down in
torrents and the wind and sea were
fearful. The schooner stood to sea
for about ten days waiting for the
weather to moderate. The schooner's
foremast was broken off at the head,
and her flying jib was carried away.
The Kohala scow and some freight
for that place were brought to Hono
lulu, the captain being unable to
land them at Kohala. -When the
Kauikeaouli was coining in the pas
sage j'cstoruny sue ran into and
broke to pieces tuo canoes. The
native fishermen were in the water
placing their nets at the time, and
were afterwards picked up by other
A SITUATION by a sober young n
Good icferencc given. Add
.1. M. V., Bulletin Office.
Cottage to IiOt nt Pnlnma.
CONTAINING S Hooms, Kitchen and
Bathroom. applv to
i80 tf J. 0. EDWARDS.
Consulate General op TnE United )
States, Honolulu, Nov. 17, 1S80 f
ALL persons having claims against
tho Estate of J. w. Ramey, a dr.
censed American cltizon, will present
the same properly verified at uiy office
within 0 days. J. H.PUTNAM,
178 lw Consul General.
Sillies from Europe,
MESSRS. GRINDLAY & CO. take
this opportunity of tendering their
services to residents abroad for the 8up
ply of nil Articles of General Cotisurap.
tloti obtainable In this country. Sub
joined Is a List of Articles they are pre.
pared to ship, of Which all arc maitifac
turcd by, or procured from, tho first
Hardware and Itonmongcry.
Carriages, Dog Carls, etc.
Saddlerv and Horso Ctothlnn.
Rlfics, Guns, l'lstols nnd Ammunition.
' Household I'uriiitmc.
Oils, Paiuls and Varnish.
Dinner, Dessert and Drcnkfiibt Ser.
Plated Wares of Birniiiighnin and
Personal Clothing, Hosier', Gloves,
Shirts, Boots, etc.
Table nnd Household Linen.
Perfumery, Biushcs and Soaps.
Oilman's Stores, Lamps.
Cricketing Goods and other articles
Wines, Spiritb and Beer.
Watches, Clocks and Jewellery.
Books, Periodicals and Newspapers
Prints and Picture Frames.
Billiard and Bagatelle Tables.
Optical, Mathematical and Philoso
Orders for Musical and Philpsophica.
Instruments, and all articles connected
with the Arts and Sciences, require
great personal care nnd judgmont, and
should bo accompanied by as detailed
instructions as possible, or by patterns
and drawings unil measurements, if
Thumb -A Kcmittanco or Order for
Payment must accompany tho Order.
East India nnd Colonial Agents.
55 Parliament St., London, S.W. 152 tf
SILK CULTURE !
My Book of Instruction,
"SILK AND THE SILK WORM,"
Gives all necessary information.
Price, Twcnty-l'lvo Centu per cops'.
Silk Worm Eggs, Reels, Trees, Cut
tings, Seeds, &c, for salo at the very
lowest market rates.
Tliormomctcr and Barometer Combined
For use of Silk Kaisers, frco by mail
only 75 cents.
I will Le pleased to give information
to correspondents who apply by letter,
inclosing two-cent stamp lor reply.
Specimen Boxen or Cocoonx L Heel
ed Milk, 25 CentH.,
LARGE LAND SALE.
To-day Messrs. 15. P. Adams &
Co., on behalf of theIarshal, Mr.
J. II. Soper, nnd by, virtue of a
decree made by the SuWcme Court,
and of an order of Ir. Justice
Preston thereunder, in ic cause of
J. R. Silva and other vs. A. J.
Lopez and others, sold iVopcrtics as
1 A lot at Wailele, Mhioa, Island
of Oahu, containing 75100 of an
acre. Bought by Prince? Likelike
for S125. i
2 A lot at Mnnoa, 1.0V100 acre.
Bought by J. Gonsalves fci S7H0.
3 A lot at Manoa, G.10-100
acres. Bought by Ilensonnnd Kid
well for 81)40.
1 A lot at Wailele, Mniea, 10.-
13-100 acres. Bought 1 Louis
Andrade for S550.
5 A lot at Manoa, 51 acres,
Bought by P. II. Ilayselden for
G A lot at Manoa, 1.30-101) acre.
Bought by Kali u leu for 8200.
7 Pieces of land at Knhapapa,
Waianae, Oahu, containing 2 acies
5.(52-100 ehnins. Bought by Waia
nae Sugar. Co,,fQf 8800.
cd. He has also reason to believe
that permission will be given for
amending specifications of the inven
tion. A mug aw: from the water depart
ment to-day spoiled Merchant street,
at a point below Fort street, by dig
ging a ditcli across it to get at the
water pipes. The Road Supervisor
is disgusted to see the thoroughfare
so i iilhlessly spoiled, which only a
few days ago he had built so well
and polished olf with tho steam
Tin: Mariposa loft for San Fran
cisco at noon sharp, with small pas
senger and freight lists. Without
music and with unusually few spec
tators, the departure woro a some
what gloomy aspect. A lot of
1,(500 tins of confiscated opium was
shipped to the Coast. The mails
contained 5,40(5 letters and 1,510
Jack Coiii:xs, the leading rider
in tho Royal Australian Circus, met
with an unfoi lunate necident yester
day, He was practising sompr
saults on bate horseback, and, after
succeeding, several times, overleaped
his'distancc' and fell to the ground.
On'e'bf hisiegs doubled under him,
dislocating tlie kneo cap. It is
:hopcd, however, that ho will be well
in a few days.
A l'liOTHACTKD series of hula
dances will begin at the Palaco to
night. Am'kkd Carter, junior stroke oar
of the Myrtle Club, had the misfor
tune before the regatta to have his
arm dislocated, in wrestling with
another member of tho club.
Tin; Myrtle Boat Club has chal
lenged tho Iolani Boat Club to row
a six-oared race, and tho latter hav
ing accepted nothing remains but to
fix the time and make arrangements.
Mussiis. CJ. W. Macfarlanc & Co.
announce a repetition of their usual
Christmas sales this year. Their
magnificent display last year was
about the finest sight of tho season.
A vkiiv pleasant entertainment
was provided by the Bethel Social
Union last evening. Half an hour
was devoted to piano music and
readings, after which refreshments
wcro served. All went away glnd
that the by-laws nnnounco only ono
niouth to pass before the next merry
A oiiand luati is to bo given in the
bnsementof tho Katimakapili chinch
on Independence Day, tle 28th inst.
There will be an elaborate repre
sentation of Ilawniian costumes and
customs, and separate 'tables for
exclusively Hawaiian food and tho
Friday, Nov. 20th.
Tin: muddy side of the street is
turned up to-day.
The stores are putting on their
Mn. 15. B. Thomas has lost a fine,
large, gray, draught horse, by glan
ders. Music will blend with the roar of
the rollers at the Yosemite rink to
night. Tun wind blew .almost hurricanes
last night, and the rain came down
You cannot gob all tho news with
out reading N. S. Sachs' new adver
tisement on the first page.
To-Monnow the steamer W. G.
Hall will be hauled up on the Marine
Railway for her regular overhauling.
Dn. Alexander Kennedy, an old
time resident of theso Islands, died
at Belfast, Ireland, Oct. Gth, aged
Cavt. W. Tell made a raid on a
house at Cape Horn this morning,
and captured two Chinamen with
opium, pipes etc.
If the Band had not an immense
audience in Emma Square last cven-
rpWO Sections of Wilder & Co.'s Fire
JL Proof Warehouse', near the Like
like wbarf. Applv to
180 lw ' WILDER & CO.
THE Captain of tho British barK
Victoria Cross will not be respon.
Bible for any delits contracted by any of
his crew without his -written order.
T1IEO. II. DAV1ES & Co., Agents.
Honolulu. Nov. 17, lc85. 178 Ot
Two Suburban Cottages to
FIRST That elegant Cottago hither
to occunlcd bv tho owner, John
Robello, with fine flower and fruit
garden, stables, etc. Terms favorable.
SECOND The two story Cottago two
doors makai ol the above, lately occu.
pied by the late A. T. Baker, having
garden, stable, etc. Tcnns favorable.
lioth premises aro connected with tho
city water service. Apply to
Qui-en Stiocl. 101 tf
None but articles of tho first quality sold
Address all communications to
Miss Nellie Lincoln Rossitor,
Practical Silk Culturist,
Now Lisbon, Burlington Co.
PRICE LIST OJT
18 to 24 inches.. GOc
2 to 3 feet 90c
3 to 4 feet $1.35
LL rorsons indebted to S. J. Lec;
. & Co. aro hereby notified that
dobts due thu liMnle of S. J. Levey Ss
Co. remaining unsettled on tho UOth
November, le8."i, will bo collected
tluougb tho Couits of tho Kingdom.
WM G. IRWIN,
Assignees Estate S. J. Levey & Co.
Honolulu, Nov. 20, 1885. 180 lw
ing, what was nt?
all parts of
Tins morn'mg Koad Supervisor
Hart, with a (jang of prisoners, raado
a thorough repair of tho covering of
the King stnjct bridge, laying down
several inches' depth of gravel.
Tin: capbains of the different
military companies met at 2.110"
o'clock this afternoon at the Bar
racks to ma'tcu arrangements for the
competitive drill on the 28th inst.
Tin: eight buglers and the dium
majorof the Queen's Own present
a very imposing appearance in tho
ranks, and add. materially to the
martial bearing of the whole gallant
"Wkst, Dow & Co., notwithstand
ing their capaei ous sale and show
rooms, find difllculty in getting their
great variety of ,gooiis displayed to
advantage, and their Christmas
goods are yet to come, being due
Fouu German faurilrcs, consisting
of eight adults and fourteen qui
4 to 0 inches...
G to 13 inches
12 to 18 " .
18 to 24 " .
2 to 3 feet....
3lo4 " ....
4to5 " ....
Clot " ....
Cuttings, per 100, $1.00; per 1,000, $C.C0.
White Mulberry Seed, per ounce, 30
cents; per pound, $3.00.
Russian Mulberry Sicd, per ounce, 60
cents; per pound, $7.00.
dren. who arrived by
Notice to llorso Owners.
HOUSE CLIPPING dono in the neat
eat manner, Miorlest order and at
low en rates, with the now Amciican
Lightning Hurse-Clipping Machine,
which glides over them HUo lightning,
leaving them looking lis biiiomh us a
planed bo.iul. No mom humane act can
lie iiono to a norse man ) nave mi lung
coat removed in this warm climate.
O. 11. MILFS, Pioprielor.
Cor. Punchbowl & Queen Sts. 175 lm
A NEW LOT.
FOR BALE BY
173 33. P. AtlamH & Co. lm
HEAL ESTATE FOll SALE
A RARE chaiico for securing a doslr
J. ablo homestead. Tin co Lots only,
on iho easterly ldu of MakiUl Street,
adjoining tho muuka Bldo of Mr. Walter
Seal's place. A cry pleasant neigh,
borhood; a never falling supply of pure
water in Uin street fioin the Makikl
Reservoir. Terms, one ilnnl rash, the
remainder In 1 and 3 yeirs with Interest
at 8 per cent. net. Maps aud plans can
be seen nt the olllco of
170 tf W. 11. CASTLE.
Miss Nellie Lincoln Rossiter
Is Agent for the following papers:
South and West, semi-monthly, COc a
Farmer's Call, weekly, 50c'per year;
Farmer's Home, monthly, 50c per year;
Home and School Visitor, monthly,
70c per year.
As an inducement to parties to order
their Silk Worm Eggs during tho Bum
mer, to bo forwarded iu the fall, I offer
premiums, from April 1st, ns follows;
For $1, 2,000 cgiM, anil a book of In
For $2. 5,000 eggs, book of instruction
and any one paper.
I'or $3, Joz. eggs, and any two papers.
For $5, 1 o.. eggs, two papers and book.
For 0.50, 2 oz. eggs, aud thrco papers.
For $14, 3 oz. eggs, 3 papers and book.
For $17, 4 oz. eggs, and four papers.
For $21, 5 oz. eggs, 4 papers and book
Tho abovo charges "are tho regular
list prices for eggs' and the papers will
bo sent as here stated for ono year.
Those sending ordors through the sum
mer, accompanied by tho cash amount,
(Post-Offleo orders payable to mo, on
PostOftlco. Pemberton. Now Jersey, U.
a. a.; win recctvo mo premiums
which iiieir oruer t-iuiucs tuein, c
mencing at once, and tho eggs w
sent uuoui ptoveinuer isi.
NEIiIilK LINCOLN UOHS
Prnrllrnl Rlllr Pnlli.r
New Lisbon. Buri5K.toa '
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