San Jose [CA]: Printed at the Reporter Office, San Jose, Corner First and Santa Clara Streets, . Octavo leaf, folded to  pp, each page 5" x 7-3/8." Printed in several different typefaces on rectos only. At head of title is the motto: "Animus Incorruptus, aeturnus, rector humani generis est." Lightly foxed, else Very Good.
Research does not disclose anything about this oddly named Society. "Rhizome" suggests that the Society had utopian aspirations, emphasizing the relatedness of all beings and matter.
Page 3 prints the "Order of Exercises": music, prayer, a benediction, and several essays: "Progress of Literature and Science" by J.W. Linn; "Agitation" by John Zuck; "National Destiny" by James Munsell; "Duty of the Strong to the Weak by J.W. Brier; and "Moral Grandeur" by H.H. Daugherty.
Not located in Sabin, Rocq, Greenwood, Drury, OCLC, or the online sites of the Library of Congress, AAS, and University of California as of October 2023. Item #39575