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f DOSALB MlClUT,
( Portland, O.
COEBITT & MACLEAY,
Importers, tYIioIfsale Grocers and
Shippers and Dealers of Oregon Produce.
SAX FRi NCI8CO t
Office lOU Cllfrl Street.
13aJ 15 Fr-t,nI lOfc 12 FIrel SI.
W C Ralston EiqBmnkof California. San Franeieeo
.- " rf" "7.? ... a a- v d k,..,rn v.n Francisco
fJtaa. O.KO, aq. - " - ynncitco
C. I. CINO.
P. D. COOK,
T. m. KIMBALL.
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Mean. Koder, Meyer A Co
)Imi troae A Lo .....
Messrs. Ladd A Tiltno, Bankers
Bank of British ColomUa.
Messrs. L. Goldsmith A Co
C'orbttt, Failing A Co
r .... niihnn A: Co.. Backers......
Csiis ?' lal" Prdce Solicited
. . . Portland, Oregon
. . .Portland, Oregon
. ......... Honolulu
GEO. A. liliOYI) & CO.,
Shipping and Commission Merchants,
BTDNET. NEW SOCTII WALE3.
Ige.tsf.rthe Car-wall Flre3Iarioe iBscranre C-.
W. A. Scbaefe, A Co. FraSSS
EDWARD A. PEIECE & CO.,
Forwarding & Commission Merchants
229 BROADWAY. M"W YORK.
"sr. KING IV DIRECT COMMPXICT10S
B with Manufacture" and U'f uueu,uald bal.Ua. for
pwrcbaaJos;, , ,
,F are prfparfJ to fill Orders for GosmLi on Vie
Shortest possible notice, on the moat favurable terms.
P. O. Box 206i, cw Yort City. ml2m
W. K. LSVSBTDCI,
a. p- avaaa-rr.
31S Front St. San Francisco.
LEVEEIDGE, WAD HAMS & CO..
SUCCESSORS TO 11. G. SXEATIL)
Forwarding and Commission Merchants,
Particular Attention paid to Consignments of
ol Sandwich lalnnd Ir.dce. ly
n. W. SEVERANCE & CO.,
General Shipping & Commission
406 Front Street, corner of City St., Km tYancisco.
. JANION, RHODES & CO.,
Victoria. VancoHTcr'a) lalaad.
tf.B. Particular attention paid to consignments of Sandwich
I. I. COD & CO.
PICKLES, PEESEEVES, KETCHUP,
Sauces, Canned Fmits and Vegetables,
rinvo prizes awarded bv t ii k
I. HORTICL'LTL'RAL FAIR for beat exhibit of Fruit.
Vegetable and Jellies,
Manufactured by Steam Power.
Ho Pains Spared to Make Them the Best.
The Chwierat Frail a Selected add Beat Smgmr
laed, aa Thy are Pal na Exprra.ly
fmr Family L'ae.
MANUFACTURING ESTABLISHMENT, 621 and 623 FRONT
ao STREET, SAN FRANCISCO. 6 m
Sold by all Dealers th roitchont th World.
t i). For Rnider-KnBeld of -577 bore, and for fK
; if the Henry, and JUrtiiii-lienry KiQea of f 4 5
450 bore, adabted br He' Majesty'! War
Ueuariment, also of -600 bore for Military
1 WATKRPROOF CSNTRAL-FIRE ME-
Zh TALLIC CARTRIUOE3 with enlarged
5 l Bae fr small oc res, adoptel by Foreign
uitJ nTerninent for converted - ChaseKt,
Beriiao, llerainton, and other Kifle ; also
u u Zf
o a a
MCartridires foi Ballard, the Spencer, and I u
American Henry Repealing Rifle. y
The " EI.EY BOXER" are the cheapeat w '.i."
Cartridze known, carry iue their own Unl- 111
lion, and beinfr made wholly of metal, are waterproof and Im
perishable In anjr clioiate.
The above Cartridge case (empty) of all sixes, and for the
different systems of Hrrech-loadintc Rifles, can be hud with or.
without the suitable Bullets and Machines for finishing the Car
tridges. BOXER CARTRIDGES of -450 bore for Revolving Pistols,
used in Her Majesty's Navy.
COPPER RIM-FIRE CARTRIDGES of all sizes, for Smith
& Wesson's. Tranter's, and other docket Revolvers.
PIN -CARTRIDGES for Lafaucheax Revolvers of 12-is. 9-m
and 7-in'. bore.
CENTRAL-FIRE and PIN-FIRE CARTRIDGES for all sizes
and systems of Guns, Rifle, and Revolvers.
Doable Waterproof and K. B. Cap. Patent Wire Cartridges,
Felt Guo W millings for Breech and Mnzzle Loaders, and every
description of Sporting and Military Ammunition.
CRAY'S INN ROAD. LONDON.
736 WHOLESALE ONLY. - eowly
G. mmuA GO
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
Victoria. V. L. January 1, 1S83
W. K. LEY BRIDGE,
A. P. EVERETT,
W Jl. M'JRTON.
LEVERIDCE, EVERETT & CO..
Forwarding JtCoiiiBiiiijii Merchants
3 i RONT STREET, CORN Eli CGUill .:CI Vl,-- '
ParticaUr at:n';on paitl to fJxts of Island Prluce.
YANKEE NOTIONS, FANCY GOODS,
MILLl.VERY GOODS. "
"White Goods, Perfumery, Pocket Cutlery,
HOSIERY, ZEPHYR WOOL, Ac, Ac
HATING RF.S1DEXT BUYERS IN THE
East and la Europe, and being in direct eommunicatloa
with the man a fact ores, we are enabled to get Goods ou the
best terms and to sell accordingly.
Our Stock is the Largest on the Pacific
Coast, and we invite the
Especial attention of Honolulu Merchants
to an examinalioo of the same.
Particular attention given to Orders.
TOEIN, DAYI530S A CO.
Corner Sutter A Sansome Streets,
o?9 Ssa Fraaciaca. Cala.
T. McCrakeii Sc Co.,
HAYING BEEN ENGAGED IN OUR PRE
sent business for upwards of aeven years, and being
located in fire proof brick building, we are prepared to receive
ftnd dispoaeof Island staples, sucn as sugar, nice,?yrups, ruin.
Coffee, Ac., to advantage. Consignments especially solicited
for the Oregon market, to which personal attention will be paid,
and upon wtich cash advances will be made when required.
Pa Fbascisco Rarcatscis:
Badger A Lindeaberger, J as. Patrick A Co.,
Fred. Ikeo, W. T. Coleman A Co.,
Stevens, Baker A Co.
Allen A Lewis. Ladd A Tilton. Leonard A Green
745 Walker A Allen. ly
i. c. msbeill.
JOHS If CkAKia
. J. C. 3IERRILL & Co.,
Commission Merchants and Auctioneers,
204 and 206 California Street,
ALSO, AGENTS OF THE .
San Francisco and Honolulu Packets.
Paxtlcularattention given to the aale and purchase of mer
Shandise, shipV business, supplying whaleships, negotiating
XT AH freight arriving at Sam Francisco, by or to the Bo
oolulu Line of Packets, will be forwarJed rasa of commissio.
XT Rxchaug on Honolulu bought and sold. XX
Messrs. C. L. Richards A Co...... ................Honolulu
. H. Hackfeld A Co
C. Brewer A Co "
Bishop A Co "
Dr. R. W. Wood "
Hon. E. H. Allen "
P. C. Wateroan, Esq '
A II HON &. AUSTIN,
Merchants & General Commission Agents,
SYDNEY, N. S. W.
XT A general assortment of Ship Chandlery, Ships' Stores
and all kinds of Whaling Gear on hand.
ZT Orders supplied at the shortest notice ftnd lowest rates.
TT Whalers' Bills of Exchange negotiated on the moat favor,
able terms. 73d ly
LEA & PE RUINS'
DECLARED BY CONNOISSEURS
TO BE THE
. CAUTION AGAINST FRAUD.
The success of this moat delicious and unrivalled Condiment
having caused certain dealers to apply the name of Worces
tershire Sauce-'' to their own inferior compounds, the Public Is
hereby in (orated that the only way to secure the genuine, is to
ASK FOR LEA & PERRINS' SAUCE,
ftnd to see that their names are upon the wrapper, labels,
Hopper aad bottle.
Bom of the foreiga markets having been supplied with ft
puriooa Worcestershire Banes, upon the wrapper and label of
which the names of Left and Perrins have been forged, L. and
P. give notice that they have famished their correspondents
with power of attorney to take instant proceedings agalust
Manufacturer and Vendor of such, or any other Imitations
by which their riyht may be infringed.
Ask for LEA A PERKINS' SAUCE and see Name on Wrap,
per. Label, Bottle, and Stopper.
Wholesale aad for Export by the Proprietors, Worcester t
Crosse and Black well, London, Ac, Ac; and by Grocers and
n ly THEO. H. DAYIES, Agent, Honolulu.
fOLiPPEE SHIP SYREN
A FINE ASST. OF FURNITURE
CONSISTING IN FART OF
Wood anrl Cane Seat Chairs.
Oak Dining Chairs,
Rosewood Dining Chairs,
Hair Mattrasses, Bureau Marbles,
ONE SUNSHADE CARRIAGE
One Side-Spring Top Wagon IV
ONE SHIFTING TOP WAGON!
One American Caryall,
Set up ready for use.
SETS SIL VER-PLA TED AND CO VERED
MADE EXPRESSLY for THIS MARKET
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF
Wheelwrights1 Findings !
Buggy and Wagon Spokes, asst'd Sizes,
Hubbs, Rims, Shafts and Poles,
Express and Buggy Bows,
Plows, Assorted Styles,
Hay Cutters, -
Mule Harnesses Complete.
Axe Handles, Pails,
ALL OP WHICH WILL BE
SOLD .A. T
Lowest Possible Rates.
C BREWER Sc CO.
FALL SEASON 1870.
BEST A 1 HAWAIIAN MESS BEEF!
C. BERTLEM AKX, KAUAI,
ET The above Beef it packed by an experienced Butcher
cured in Liverpool Salt, and packed In Turk's Island Halt.
The best refereno can be given, tor sale In quantities to
JaT Sa THEOD. C. HEUCK.
The new. Imperial House of Germany, it is
stated, can be traced back to a certain Count
Frederick Von Zollern, who was a favorite of the
Emperor Frederick I., and through his pat
ronage was, in 1180, married to the daughter
and heiress of the Uurggrave of Nnrembnrg, and,
in 1192, -was publicly installed as Burggrave, an
office wbicb continued in the family for ix suc
ceeding generations. The Burggraves were faith
ful servants to the Emperors, and entered into
their secret and confidential sclieines. The Em
peror Sigismund took particular interest in Burg
grave "Frederick, and made Lim his chief agent
in the plans for restoring the full-power of the
Roman Empire, and part of the deHign wns to be
effected by constituting Frederick King of Rome.
This project was not carried out ; but as a prelim
inary move the Burggrave, in 1415. was invested
with the Marquisate of Brandenburg, with the
rank of Elector. In May, 1417, Frederick I.
was installed as the first Elector, and the House
of Zollern, or Ilohenzollem, as it came to be
called, was removed from South to North Ger
many, and became the chief defenders of the
Empire against the aggressions of the Sclavonic
tribes. By treaties and wars the border land
was enlarged, and on January 18th, 1701, Fred
erick III. crowned himself with great pomp at
the palace of Konigsberg. and declared himself
King of Prussia. After an increasing struggle
of 170 years the Kingdom of Prussia has extended
its boundaries and become an Empire and the
most powerful nation on the Continent of Europe.
" I've been a thinking," said Little Froby,
about this here woman suffrage business. "
'Sposing," said he, " that a now Olive
Logan, for instance, Bhould be made President of
this great and glorious country, bequeathed to us
by noble 6ires, and all that, she'd be President
Logan, wouldn't she?" Wo bowed. "Well,
now, 'sposing she was to marry, say, a man by
the name ot of Perkins, for inBtanee, would
she be President Logan or President Perkins?
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One of the papers suggests the employment of
John Chinaman in the lVnnjl vani;i coal mines
an idea which pives the cue to a qtu'uerious settle
ment of exciting difficulties.
For Sale, Cases of the Celebrated
HOFF'S I?IAIr EXTRACT !
IMPARTS NEW LIFE AKL VIGOR TO
the weak and the invalid, at
THEOD. C. HEUCK, Port St.
Tor Sale in Quantities to Suit,
WHALE AND SPERM OIL
by II. IIACKPELI) Si CO.
H. HAGKFELD & GO.
Olloi- For SfUe
Hawaiian Bark-Ka ivloi !
JUST ARRIVED FROM LONDON!
nBTlUT DF mi
Selected with Great Care
FOR THIS MARKET
EXGL.ISI1 I'RIXTS.FAXCV LILACAXI)
Mournitifr, Snirsini: Prints, Twilled Chintz Prints, Fancy
Masting, Victoria Lawns. Mosquito Netting,
Superior ii'ack Culioiirir, black Alpitrca.
French M-rino and CrMur, W-x!eu Dress Goods,
Black ami Blue Broad Clth,
JUlian Cloths. White Moleskins,
White Prills, White Duck,
Black Haircloth, White birtini; aod Lonycloth,
Turkey Ked Cloth, Brown ami Blue Cotton Drills
Heavy Brown anl B.ue Cotton, Ticking,
Blue Denims, very heavy,
blankets, large site assorted colors,
BLEACHED LINEN SHEETING!
Bine A lhnmbra Red Quilts,
White Bed Quits, Fine l.inen Imperials.
White Linen and Cotton Turkey Towels,
Supe-ior Linen Handkerchiefs,
Fancy Cotton Hamlk rchiefs,
Turkey Ked and Yellow Handkerchiefs,
Plain White Flannel.
Blue Twilled Saxony Flannel,
White Merino SocWs,
Grey Mixed Socks, Ladies' White nose.
Fancy Damisk Table Covers,
Black Silk Neckties, Fancy Aipacca Blouses,
Fine Linen Bosom Shirts.
White Cotton Phirts,
Fancy Clieo Shirts, Hickory Shins,
Heavy Merino Undershirts,
fcilk Imitation Undershirts, .
Brown Cotton Undershirts,
Turkey Ked Suspenders, black SilK Umbrellas,
Black Silk KUstics, Blue Cotton Threa.l
Woolen and Cotton Girths, Feather Outers,
Roiled Unseed Oil!
White Zinc Paint, 3roun'l White Lead,
i Ked Ochre ami Venetian Ued,
Burlaps. Sail Twine, Scotch Hemp Canvas,
Kussia Duck, light and heavy, ...
BriKht Fencing Wire,
lloip Iron, from f Inch to 1J inch.
Tinned Saucepans with Covers, Babbits Metal.
Galvanized Gas IMpes, ) to k im-b.
Galvanized Iron Buckets uud Tubs,
Cabin Lumps and Lanterns.
C. C Iron wiUi brass guards,
Fine Pocket Knives and Steel Scissors
Crashed Sugar, French Chocolate,
French Pesse au naturel,
Malaga and Sultana Raisins,
Currants in Jars, Salad Oil, '
Codliver Oil, Curry Powder, -
Kssences of fchelld Almonds,
Liverpool Salt, Sausages in Tins,
W hiluhlre Loaf Oheexe,
Dutch Loaf Cheese, Malt Tinegar In Demijohns and bbls,
urMm or Tartar, Seed Biscuits,
Gin in Baskets and Boxes. Ram in Barrels,
Inde Coope A Co.. Ale, Claret in Boxes,
Rhine Wine, Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps,
Dunville Irish Whiskey. Manila Horse Hope,
Stockholm Tar, Pitch in half Barrels,
Portland Cement, Fire Bricks square and arch,
Munts Yellow Metal and Composition Nails, .
Best Rifle Powder in i lb Tins, , , .
1.000 barrels New Oil Shooks,
100 Tons West Hartley Steam Coal. ja2S
"Washington Masonic Apron a .Banquet
i cf Masons.
In 1776 th. was sitting at the table of the
commandant pietz. in Germany, a distinguished
scion of an aiiunt noble French family. During
the conversatij at the table, the Duke of Glou
cester, brotht to the King of England, spoke of
the Declaratij of Independence, just put forth
by the An J-American colonies, and of the
strono- jueasul adopted by the British ministry
to cruh t!ie ifng rebellion. The young noble
i;fnpd iKilpnce.. lie was a boy in form
t and personal t rearanee, just past 18 ; but the
heart of patriland hero was beating beneath his
1 Kt.fr,.ii mat nnd his iniafrination and
HUCtlT fr ' J O
zeal were lire jit the recital of a people lighting
for libertv. rose from the table, hurriedly
rnnde his'arrieiuenls to return to Paris, and
revealed hit h$i resolve to his equally enthusias
tic young witti lie came to America, sought the
acquaintance f the Comuiander-in-Chief of the
American arnf and volunteered to fight in the
cause of Amefctn liberty.
Life, youtljlbrtune and the endearments of
home were aleely devoted to colonial emanci
pation. Jut-lhe method to awaken the nobler
sentiments offic heart, 6elf-sacrificing devotion
to the interesjof others. Washington felt the
electric 6hockom this benevolent heart and took
Lafayette to U bosom ; nor was the bond severed
till death gavhe stroke of mortal separation.
After the cl of the war the young nobleman,
with more of anly maturity, returned to Paris,
and over antover again, in glowing eloquence,
rehearsed theiible virtues of the great American
leader to hitjoung and charming wife. She,
like every tri woman, was always deeply inter
ested in everjl ing that engaged the attention of
her husband. he 6oon came to reverence Wash
ington with ifeeling closely allied to that of
devotion. Sli corresponded with him, and re
ceived from hA cordial invitations to the simple
delights of rurl life at Mount Vernon.
Tn 17S4 Infante determined to visit Wash
ington in his tiirement. Madame Lafayette
earnestly desirec to present some visible testimony
of her regard totoe great patriot. Besides the
bond of personi friendship, there was a bond of
union between jTaehington and Lafayette of a
different characr. They were members of the
Fraternity of kee and Accepted Masons, and
both loved the'inystic brotherhood." Madame
Lafayette tookidvantage of this charm to add
interest to hei testimonial of esteem. She pre
prepared with ljr own hands an Apron of white
satin, upon whili she wrought in needlework all
the various enjllema of the Masonic Order. This
she sent with ljr husband to be presented to her
ideal of true guatness at Mount Vernon. It was
kept by Washngton as a cherished memorial of
a noble wonianduring bis life. It now occupies
a conspicuous jlace on the walls of the Grand
Master's-room h Masonic Hall, Philadelphia.
The foregohg is from B. J. Lossing's forth
coming Washington." The Apron was used
at the city o; Washington on the 10th of last
month, at a reption and banquet given by the
Masonic fraternity of the District to Earl de
Grey, Lord Teriterden, Sir John McDonald, Mr.
Northcote, son of Sir Strafford Nortbcote, and
Lestrange, Secretary of the British Legation.
The Earl is Grand Master of the Oi der in Eng
land. Ser.ato- btausbury is Grand Master of the
Grad Lodge f the District of Columbia. He
wore the apro4 and sa.sU-&nd. vised tbe gavel of
WatiLtt'iC . Ver'an address to the guests oi'
warm words of j-aterual welcome by Stansbury,
Earl de Grey ret jor-ded as follows :
Most Wi:;;n.!. ti: Ar Brothers: T trust
von .wiil ti to teturn to yju and to the
Grind Lodge ot thi District of Columbia my most
-eatet'ul thanks foi the very kind and fraternal
welcome which you have given me on this occa
sion. I assure you. Sir, that 1 esteem it the
greatest honor to havj thus been received, and to
have had the opportmity of being presented by
you to the Grand Lodgo of the District of Colum
bia, an honor, which lam well aware, 1 owe not
to my personal worth, but to the fact and the
most important and significant fact that I am
the rcpresentrtive of the Grand Lodge of Eng
land, holding the highest office that can be con
ferred on a lason in England that of Grand
Master and Sir, I esteem it most fortunate
for me as anindiyidual, and fortunate for Masonry
in both cointries that there should at length
have taken lace so close a union between Masonry
in America ind Masonry in England, and that
you should ow for the first time, as you tell me,
receive witdo the walls of this important Grand
Lodge of keo Masons, the Grand Master of
England. Ve all know that fraternity is the
first princip? of Masonry, and therefore it is that
all must rejjee at everything which tends to bind
more closely together the Masons of different
countries. Sir, esteem myself very fortunate,
indeed, to hve had it in my power to attend
here to-nigt. I shall carry away from this
Grand Lodj the most grateful" recollections of,
your kindnos. I shall in a Ice it my first duty to
tell my brehren in England of the magnificent
reception wlch has been accorded to their Grand
Master to-n;ht, and I am confident that I do not
misinterprel the feelings with which they will
receive the nformation when I 6ee them. They
will indeed rejoice that the first step has been
taken whicbwill tend to a closer and more inti
mate unior between American and English
Masons, (reat applause. A union which, for
my part, 1 aways believed existed, but which I
believe will be closer and more intimate in the
The Earlwas applauded as he resumed his
seat. The rimpany sat down to banquent. At
the removd ot the cloth, a table Lodge was
opened, anlthe government of the Grand Lodge
was suprenr as in the Graud Lodge. None but
Masons was admitted to any of the ceremonies.
Even the alerer's servants and musicians belong
to the fraternity.
" Our Msonic Brethren of England " was re
sponded to ly Lord Tenterden. He 6aid :
Wrhen tht Masons of England receive the ac
count of thi day's doings they will feel that a
great honoi had been done to English Masonry.
The occasiot of my coming from England to
Washingtonis one to which the principles of the"
craft are piculiarly applicable. It is one in
which I am are all right Masons will agree with
me that we jhould " meet upon the level and part
upon the 6qiare."
The healti of Sir John Macdonold having been
drank, he Bad :
He had tfcasion once to travel with a sick
friend in tie United States, and, though unac
quainted, wjen it became k now n that he was a
Mason there was no lavor wlncn was not cordially
extended to bin. He had the pleasure of attend
ing the centemry of a Masonic Lodge of one of
the oldest and most renowned regiments of the
British armj, vhere it was 6tated that during the
Revolutionary War the Masonic chest, containing
the evidences of their existence as a Lodge was
captured by vessel of the American navy, and,
although thtf had given it up as lost, George
Washington, ommanding the armies of the United
States, did nd forget he was a Mason, and re
turned it in the most cordial and friendly way.
When he retimed to Canada he would convey to
the Masons fcere an account of the high honor
which had ieen done English Masons on this
Condition and AfTairs
LIFE INSURANCE CO.'
OF XKW TURK. IV THE STATE OP
NEW YORK, cn the Slat day of December, A D. 1870 ,
and for the year ending on that day, made to the Insurance
Commissioner of the State of California, in pursuance of the
Laws of Califoruia.
lYevr IRiisii.ess of the Tear.
Number of Policies issued daring the year aod
revived . ................... ...............
Amount of Iusurance effected thereby.... $33,458,217 00
Amount of Premiums received during
the year. $12,150,274 72
For annuities issued 19,442 62
Amount of Interest received during
the year. ; . . . . 2,432,522 68
Amount leceived from all other- ,. , , . .
sources, items as follows : ' '
Office Buildings, rent 45,250 00
Total income during the year
Amount of losses paid during the year.,
Due but not yet called for
Amount of Losses unpaid Claims adjusted not
.$ 2.267,631 87
206 845 72
Paid Matured Endowments......
Amount paid for losses..... .....
Cash Dividends actually paid dur
ing the year....
Paid for Policies surrendered to
Amount of Interest oa Capital Stork
paid Stockholders during the year
Amount paid duriag the year for
In commutation of future Commis
sions Amount paid during the year for
Medical Examiners fees........
Profit and Loss debit
Amount paid during the year for
salaries, fees and all other charges
of Officers, Trustees. Directors,
Clerks, Agents, and all other em
ployes of the Company. ........
Law Expenses............ ......
Agency Expenses, Advertising,
Printing, Rent Office Expenses,
Kxchange and Postage, $60,-
632 60; Advertising, $32,240 38; ,
Printing and Stationery, $30,-
393 81; Sundry Office Expenses,
$44,147 17 176,418 88
Amount paid for State'aud Federal
Taxes 102,297 74
Paid Taxes on Office Buil.Hog..... 15,6o8 06
Total ezpenditures during the year $ 7,476,056 17
Net present value, or amount required to safely
re-insure all t'.-e outstanding policies at the
end of the year. (Valuations to be based on
the American Experience table of mortality;
interest, four and onehilf percent) Valua
tion made by Company, four per cent, interest. $41,108,179 80 ;
Unpaid Ittona and claims against the Company, j
including those reported nd restated 454,758 !)
Amount of pairt op Capital, nothir-?; "'?! i.:.y
Anwiiit ot d.vi-Vu 1. ! .a r i jiu opak. . N etting
Amount of Capita- Soic Subscribed: No Capi-
I VUIU SAU J UJU. (. . ....... ....'. ......
j Amount of Capital Swk pai.i lj. in rajh.. ......
Amount of assets belonging to the Company,
Dec. 81st, as follows :
Value of Heal Estate, belonging to
the Com pa uy (footing from che-
dulo A) $945,383 07
Incumbrances thereon (footing from
Schedule A) Nothing
Net Value $
Loans on Bonds or Mornratfe. on Real Estate,
first liens (footing from Schedule B) 33,999,421 62
Interest due and unpaid on said Mortgages
(footing from Schedule B) 41,322 15
Interest accrued but not due on said Mortgages
(footing from Schedule B) 324,642 00
Company's valuation of said Mortgaged premises,
at least 1 (( per cent more than amounts
loaned (footine from Schedule B)....
Insurance on Buildings conveyed
by said Mortaages held as coital- -eral
(footing from Schedule B)..$ 19. 500,000 00
Amount of ch on hand in Com- -
pany's Office 3.201 70
Amount of rash deposited in the
Banks and Trust Company's
Bxnk (st ecie) '29,812 86
Amount of Cash deposited at in
terest Bank (Currency) 2,S75,89rt 18
Total Cash Items 2,e08,910 74
Ameunt of . St'Cki, Bondf and all . . . . j .. .
other Securities (Mortgages ex
cepted) held as security for cash
actually loaned by the Company. Nothing
A mount of Stocks and Bonds abso- . ..
lutely owned by the Coupuy.. -
Par valuu (footing Tro Schedule D).$4,770,550 00
Market value (footing from Scbed- '
uleD) " $5,201,732 75
Amount of Premium Notes held by .
the Company nothing receipts
Cash Premiums due and unpaid,
including premiums in hands of
agents and in transitu "v 312,676 30 r i
Less ten 'ptr'cenu; Comnjlastcn, I '. a
Expenses, etc 31,267 61
Deferred Premiums, payable semi
annually and quarterly 1,119,573 77
Legs ten per cent. Commissions,
and Expense 111,957 38
Balance due from Agei.ts..
Amount Dividends unpaid.
A SMALL LOT OP THE REAL.
. UENL1NK ARTICLE,
First Quality, and in Perfect Order !
RECEIVED PlB COMET, and J. A. FALKINBCRG, '
And For Sale by
a!5 ' BOIXE3 At CO.
Wine Merchant, 13 Kaaliumana St.,
I. HZ! S s
BASS. I I'D COUPE, ULUOU WOlilf Si. CO.
Barclay k Perkins, Guinness, Byasa,
Angostura, Leslie, Orange, Quinine, Hostellers, Ac, C.
Ports and Sherries of various qualities ; Liquers.
Rhine Wines of different brands, sparkling ana etui,
White and Ked Burgundy, Madeira, 1
Choice and Ordinary Clarets,
- - Several Brands of Champagne, '
And Ue sal assortment es '"'v ' '
Spirits ia Glas3 or Wood, jn Bond or Duty
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A LIBERAL PISCODXT FOR CASH.' a2
Showing the Location and Character of all the Real Kstate
owned .by the Mutual Life Insurance Company on the 81st
day of December, A. D. 1870. - '
Quantity or Dimensions of Land. Description of Improve
ments 80x110 with marble building thereon occupiid in
part by the Company, location, southeast corner o Broad
way and Liberty streets. Cost, $796,790 ; present value,
Sundry farms,' comprising about 6.500 seres In New York
State, taken by the Company under foreclosure of mortgages.
Cost, $149,975 17. ' ."
Containing a description of all the Bonds and Mortgages held
by the Mutual Life Insurance Company on the 31st day of
December. 1870 as security for money loaned by said Com
pany on Real Estate, held as collateral.
The Company hold about 3,950 mortgagee on
property in New York City and State, and ia
the State of New Jersey, principally in New
York City, amounting to $33,991,421 62
Of these 1.189 were taken during the year 1870,
equaling in amount .... 8,723,629 36
Each loau is secured oy Real Estate worth more -
than doable the amount loaned and by policies
of fire insurance, where the loau excetds forty
per cent of the value of the land alone held
by the Company as collateral security.
The amount of fire insurance pol.ctes so held on
Dectmber 31st, 1870, was 19.500,000 00
Containing a list of the Stocks, Bonds, and all other securities,
(Mortgnces excepted.) held as security for cash actually
lo.med by the Company, showing the par and market value
of the same, and the amount loaned thereon. - . - . .
' ' SCHEDULE D. 7 '
Containing a List of the Stocks and Bonds absolutely owned
by the Company, showing par and market value of the
Six per cent United Slates Bonds
8ix per cent. do.
6 20's Keg'a
Five per cent.
Five per cent.
1874. coup 60,000
Seven per cent. New York State Bomls 600,000
Beven per cent. Cheiry Valley Bonds 60.000
Seven per cent. Yonkers Town.. 20,000
IX 60.000 00
20 000 00
' ' $4,770.558, 1501,732 75
BICHABD A. McCURDY, Vice President,
JOHN M. 8TUART, Secretary. '
Stats or New Yobk, City and Coanty of New York, as. .
Subscribed and sworn to before me, Uia.24tb day of Februa
L. 8.J MOSES B. MA CLAY,
California Commissioner in the City of New York.
Synopsis of the above Report.
Cash Assets t Gross.
Receipts for interest....
Excess or Receipts over Expenses and Losses,
excluding Dividends, Matured Endowments
and Annuities paid in cash....
14 647.490 02
Increase In Net Assets for year. .... $7 470,888 85
Rate of Express to total income 9-23 per cent; 1 . i .
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THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMFY
of New.York,' 1 "
Frederick S..Winstoii, President,
2f. 144 mad 14B Broadway.
' -' " : Corner of Liberty Street.
A.B.FORBES, '' "
GENERAL AGENT PACIFIC COAST, f , .
N. 804 MaBts.naery Street,' '
J. R. HELEn,
Special Agent for the Hawaiian
ARRIVAL OF THE KA f.101 FROM LOS
Iff K tl-M
FROM A FIIVE ASSORTMENT J CST .OPEil
- ' ISUITABLE FOR- '
v. . ' ' - ' X ........ '
PLANTATIONS, PLANTATION AND COUNTRY S
IIOUSUHOLO AIVB FAJ1H-V SUriPLIKSl
jSLXL to Too Sold Vt LOW
. .,. , BY ; '
CASTLE &d COO
Wc JLoii't Ulcan to be Bcsitcn.
i , , ..., COXSISTINQOF ' '
' f .. - 'V ,'
te-TTknTitsz. TTa.x?dxnrai?c Stationers,
-7 . r
Dry Goods, Cutlery- Crockci
Paints & Oils, Tin Hollow
Iron and Steel, Fancy C; 1
THE FINEST ASSORTMENT OF 8PICE3 IN THR COUNTRY i .
Cassia, Pepper, Cloves, Allspice, Mace, Nutweits, Ginger, Mustard, Cassia In mals, and 1,
Condensed Milk, Table and Dairy Palt, least P. wdcrs, Corn fcurcb.
FINEST FLAVORING EXTRACTS. Lemon, Vsnilla, Peach, Celery,
Crosse Ac Biackwell'a Finest Pickles, Pie Fruit. Jams and Jellies, Pure Castile Soap, Toilet Soap,
Pure Old Brown Windsor Chemical So:ip, Sago and Tapioca, Carb. Soda aud Cream Tartar, 40 , C l
DRY AND FAI.CY GOODS
THE BEST QUALITY AND FINEST ASSORTMENT OF PRINTS IN Hit
Printed Marseilles, Piquets, Brilliants. Cashmeres and Twills', Printed Linens, Linen Pant Stuffs, Kohn
Robes and Furnitures. Fancy Tweeds, Linen Ducks and Drills, Bod Lln.n, Fins Broad Cloths, Doeskin.
Cordumy and Hertford Cord, sine Navy Itlue Twill Flannel, single and double (
Fancy Flannels, new styles, for children's wear. LIN KN OOODs t rAheetiugs, 90 to 100 Inches, Villus
Cotton Hlieetimr. Dress Linens. Holland. Mantle Linens. Homesuun l.inen. '
Bleached and Unbleached Linen Damask, finest quality ( Turkey Red and Blue Plaid Damask, 8-4 Iu
t ine Damask Napkins, a lance variety or pauers, Llneu and Uamnno iiannaercnit is, uem.uicne.i n,
' Kussia Diaper, very cheap, Russia Crash, Huckabuck, All wool and V. at W. Water-proof Cloth, Amu
A fine assortment of Gent's and Boy's. Ladles', Misses' and Children's Hose, bleached and unMescVrf
Black Lace Shawls. Square Shawls, very cheup. Silk Net, Fancy Neck Ties, Collars, Hosoms, Wrist lit
Pearl Buttons, Hooks and Eyes, Ki(k Twist, She-land thirta,
A fine assortment of Trimming Bmlds, fcc Alpacas. Coburrs. Alpaca Poplin, Plrlped Grenadluea,
Itlack Pilk of thec-lelirnU-d Manner mako. ttraw Hals for Men and Boys. Assorted Wool Hals,
Infant's W hite Blankets, guilts. Heavy Blankets, Light and medium, heavy A finest Bleached k t'oi.
A tine assortment of New Silk Ribbons, Klasiio Cords. Java Canvas. Opera Flannel,
M llward'e Needles, from 1 to 12 in paper or ca.es, Orrs h McNaughl's Upool Cottoa from 10 to 100, t
XI .V TT X W-A. Xi H2
FINEST CAST Fir ftf. SAWS-. Hand. Hi) irfnr, Back, Compass, Butrher'a. Clrrular and Pit.
n.i.oh... i .. n V'l.h - .A Tt.l. W ii . m Riiokahavea. Ucvela. Plane Irons. Kuoar .
tiauKes, BiU, At Kr. KivctlioR IUi"nier, M:b's Files, rpear and Jackson's tiles. -i. i Koi.h-1, k
Mill, Basurd Fl c. Hasps, Ilor te ttavpa, taiHoet nasps. copper i a
iwitibl, S f
, HW lg kJ
Plows, Spades ol ..; M.iJ. and prices, r woven of ail kinds and prices. .
Forks, Uaaes, Scoops, Uon. Maiuwks, Picks, Hauhets, Meat-knives, Planters Hoes, Ac. Ae. Ac. ii
Cap and Letter Paper. cheap aitd the best quality. Note and Bill Paper, cheap and best quality,
Envelops, all sises and prices, Overland Par, Letter aud Note, W rapping Paper. Blotting Pautr,b)
Memorandum Books, Bristol Board, Letter Clips, Copying Ink, lull stand, Pens aud Holders, t,e. c
Enplish Saddles, cheap. Medium and best Bridles, Bits, Headstall. Stirrup Leathers, MartlnrK
Collars and.Uames. Buckles, Kings, Turret, twlveel, Post Hooks, ol Bet fins single Buggy Uaruw
TIIV A1VI IIOIiaCOTT WARE.
Pots. Kwttles. Sauce Pans. Fry Pans. Pails. Caddies. Pans, Dippers, Funnels, Broilers, Milk Psni.i;
Coffee Pots, Oil Cans, Cullenders, Slop Pails, Dish Paus, Sieves, Jelly and Blane Mange W..I.U. Mn (
Camp Kettles, Funnels, Nurse Lamps, Soup Turreeus, Dust fans, lake Boxes, ri nates, fug raat
Biscuit Pans, Sponge Cake Pans, Ac. Ac. Ac. Ae.
A few superior Dinner Sets, warranted superior to any In the market, Med ium Beta a'so. Napi,Ci
Plates, pitchers, Ewers and Uasins, uupa ana sauovra, AC. c. mo.
PAINT OIL, BOILED AND EAW, CAST0E OIL, NEATS FO0
Bright Varnlsli. A superior Carrlare Varnish In one gallon cans. Damar, Copal, Coach and Furnltw
Hultbncks No. 1 White lsl and Zinc, not the good or medium quality but the best. Ked Lead, r.
Chrome Yellow, Kosin, Umlter, Drop Black, Sienna, Au. Ac Ao.
S U X D R I IS S.
BRUSHES of all kinds, Palut. Tarnish, Hair. Teeth, Crumb, Centrifugal, Blinder, are.
Wrought Iron, assorted sices round and flat. Bent Cast Steel, Octagon from i to 1 Inch, Carbon Filters, Clir
Sheet Zinc. GalrauUed Pails and Tubs, Fence Wire, received io Casks iu splendid order and coaled villi 1-
ALSO, JUST RECEIVED by the MOSES TAYLOR at
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF.
A anm. Aam WB WsTss VVrtr MA A aTWMsl ATatalaitl Maml V m
-aA,y ife.l.gl..a all
' ' A FINE ASSORTVIENT KEROSENE LAMPS, New Style- and Burnen
CHANDELIERS, LANTERNS, , .BRACKET LAMPS, &c. t
DOWNER'S KEROSEiVE Olfj from Rc
Byam'n Osxx-d IVXixtclion, .it lowest
' ; . . . ; . i
Tho Celebrated Paris Plows and Extra Points, &cJ
. I i.
WE IIVV1TE IIVSPECTIOi OF TIlESIl'1
nnnrDC mnwi nTUCD ICI A uno nnnsa nn a rrr' (re
J. HTOTT Co.,
. Have Just Received per Syren, a Comploto Assort'
Cabooses, Ship's Cabin Stoves, Two-Hole Fur
OF ALL SIZES AND PRICES TO SUIT EVERY PURSE AND ? :
Amon. "wltlolk -will 1F ,. (
Abcndrolh'g First-Cl tss Co- r
THE "COTTON Pt(
i i j . i i ii
Plain and ErJeniiion Tip. Iron or
( Jteftervolr. and Tin f ar
SIX, SEVEN, EIGHT AND M
Very neat design, extra bearf raKllrft
And pronounced by all who noe tr'
To bo a First-Class CooV
A LAO. THE
" Magna Charta," 6, 7, 8, 9-in.,
" Civilian 7,8, 9-in,, ''
"Placer" 7, 8 9-in, ,
7 "Gray Jackt," and 8-in.,
" Shamrock," 5 1-2 and 6-in, '
a 0 a m
BEST THREE-rLY KUOBER HOSE, 1-2,3-1, 1
. I' GALVANIZED IRON WATER PJPE, 1-2, 3-4, 1 AND 1
CORRUGATED ROOFING, GALVANIZED AND BLACZSEi
f awvvwawsraa Vat fll nni1trl f AVIf I
sm. uaa av w w saai as v a4S, ww m -r mr jwa saw - - w
At No. 9 Kaahumanu.Stneet, just above the
AND' ' ' ' -
THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT ON HAND
kept by any House on these Islands, stud
For Sale at the Lowest Possible Prices !
Ja28 . By BO LLCS A CO.
us . ii. i. is i - -
f ..,, KEMP CORDAGE! - .
A JSTRANbVBEST iOALiITT RUSSIAN
i: Manufacture. Biaes, from l so 8 Inches, ia bond or
duty paid. , .
Ja88 - : t. . For sale by ' BOLLtS k CO.
i PAIUTS AND PAIUT OIL.
HUBBARD'S BEST BOILED OILV " !
Hubbard V- White Zinc, ,. -
Hubbard's White Lead,
J.T.W., White Lead,
' C f aiaw, a eenera) assortment. '
ia2S . For sale by B0LLK3 . CO, .
VICT0SIA AND UAi-7; t f
naibliS, FOR IALK r l n
MS . f..; J;
BED SALMON, IS t!ir
' quality, but as ,ood as 'll,T.erM I fa: i
(JaXU) . v" -!,!!,
i HAWAIIAN f$ I
PACKED OS THK ; SM', , 0!,
by ao exverienced BPicbr, ai .
y pBi.pgVj,.; ,
oa;b AMEEICAN VX fiS
AMERICAN MKSS f0 t V,
J and for sale by ' ' J .
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