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WILLIA1I3. ELANCHAED & CO.,
Shipping & Co ci mission Merchants
N. 218 California Si reel.
A. P. EVERETT,
Forwarding & Commission Merchant
'40i FRONT ETKLET, CORN EM CLAY,
Particular attention pai I it Consignment of Island Prr!uce.
CM ly mhl
a. w. acrsaAfcca.
II. W. SI,f ER 1NCE & CO.,
co.ii.ii issiorv in: i : c ii a ts ,
40 FROM ST.
Cerw rf Clay 8trrt, BAN FRANCISCO, ii ly
' Kttinx MiCLtif,
I Portland, U.
COEBITT & MACLEAY,
Importers, tVholesale Grocers and
SMppcrs and Dealers of Oregon Produce.
OUce 108 California Strrcl.
I3aa4 15 t'raal.aaa 1(11 12 Fir. I Si.
W. C. Kaljloo, F-sq , Bank of Califon
Cha. deKo, Esq. President 8. F. a V.
Mewsr. Cross Co -
Messrs. LaUdf Tlt.o. Uankers
Hank of British Columbia...........
Mean. L. Ulmi-.h a Co
Corbitt, Falling- a Co.
Messrs- Biaaov a Co.. Banker
ila...... ..Pan Francisco
burar Co. Van Frajicisco
..... ..... .... Honolulu
Caal2aaealar lalaaa 1'
YANKEE NOTIONS, FANCY GOODS,
7Mte Goods, Perfumery, Pocket Cutlery,
HOSIERY, ZKPIIYB WOOL, Ac, Ac.
HAVING RFJ5IDKNT BX'VERS IV THE
East and in fcurope, ami being la direct communication
with th manufactures, n are enabled to get Uoods oo th
beat terms and to sell accordingly.
Our Stock is the Largest on the Pacific
Coast, and we tnrite the
Especial attention of Honolulu Merchants
to an examination of the same.
Particular attention given to Orders.
TOBIN, DAYIS30N A CO.
Corner Salter A Baotome Streets,
n4 1a Fraariieo, Cala.
FLINT. PEABODY & CO.,
Shipping L Commission Merchants,
Agent of Pacific Barrel and Keg Company.
Abb Pairaaao to
Finish Keg And Barrel Shoots la any Qnntltj
And Ilesicfu.Uy solicit consignments of Sugars
iso islasd raoocca.
1CT REFER. TO
Messrs. Bubop A Co. Honolulu
Messrs. H. Hacktekl A Co liooolulu
Messrs. CaAUe A Cooke. Honolulu
Sm. 4 OS California Street, San Francisco. julC ly
w. k. LirraiDca,
a. r. trcarrr,
SIS Front U 8aa Francisco.
LE VEE.IDGE, "WAD HAMS & CO
SUCCSSOi:S TO r. a. SXEATII.)
Forwarding and Commission Merchants,
Fartlcslsr ittentloa paid ta en!snmfnts of
o? Sandwich lalaaa Prtdace. ij
T. McCralien Sc Oo.,
HAVING BEEN ENGAGED IN OUR PRE.
ent baaineat fc upward of aeren yeara, and being
located in a Ore proof brick baiUinfC, we are prepared to receire
od dispose of Island lUplca, aocn aa Sugar, Rice.Sy rupe. Puln,
Coffee, Ae. to a.tvantag. Conaiftnmcnta espeaially solicited
for th Oregoa market, to which personal attention will be paid,
aod opon wLlch cash ad ranees will be made when required.
Sax Faascisco Saraaascaa:
Badger A LIndenberger, Jaa. Patrick A Co.,
Fred. Ikea. W. t. Coleman A Co.,
e (arena, baker A Co.
AUen A Lewis. Ladd A Tilton. Leonard A Oreen
a9 Walrer A Allen. lj
t. c. MtaaiLU johh caaa
J. C MERRILL it Co.,
Commission" Merchants and Auctioneers
201 an J 200 California Street,
ALSO. AGENTS OF TUB
San Francisco and Honolulu Packets.
Particvlarattentionicieentottie sale and purchase of nter
thaodise, ship' boalncss, suppling whaJeshlps, negotiaUng
zebaa re. ac ...
rj Allfrelrht anirinjrat 8a FraocUco.by or to the Ho
oolala Hue of rackets, will be forwar Jed rwiur cohmimiob.
XT Eacoaog an liooolulu bought and sold.
ageaar. H. L. Kichanls A Co Honolulu
II. Hackfcki A Co
C. Brewer A Co "
BHhop A Co............................. "
Pr.B- W. Wood
lloa.K. H. Allen "
. Lumber, Lumber, Lumber!
iwrE ARE PREPARED TO FURNISH
ALL KINDS OF
Lumber and Building Materials
GnrbonriA StraLe Prices !
OUR SPECIALTY" WILL EE
To Deliver Lumber at all (lie Ports
mmd Ancaaragea wilnin this) Kiagdana
than has tier Uen attempled heretofore.
37 OUDF.RS are respeetrallj solicited fcy
,nL2 4m D. FOSTER & CO.
FIREWOOD for SALE !
FIREWOOD ON HAND,
AND FOR SALE BT
.pllin Tin BET Si. SORENSON.
GET THE BEST!
FOR CHOICE PHOTOGRAPHS OF ANY
t Porcelain Pictures, &c,
SK J Usar
6i Fort Street.
-,nff lD WORK CrAttrnXTITD. '
iT. KTOT S CO.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
- ALVANIZEH CORRUGATED
Galvanized Plain Ir.;n,
Galvanized Water Pi;-, 1-2, 3-4,1,1 1-2,
i;i!van:zil Fot Tub,
'.i.-os Tin I'tate, all rizts ;
.Sheet Zir:c, M.ee-t Lc.nJ, 2 1-2, to 14 i,9.
IJrass Solder, I:lk Tin, .Solder.
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT,
Second to None in the Market !
44 COTTON PLANT " G, 7, 8, 9, 10, plain and
' Magna Charta," Iain and extension top,
G, 7, 8, 0, 10 incli.
" Placer," 7 and 8.
" Ia Criolla" for coal.
" Shamrock," 5 1-2 and G in.
Together with a full assortment
37 X ZLNT "STV JEL 2ZS !
ARTICLES IN THEIR LINE
USEFUL TO HOUSEKEEPERS.
WAT 12 K PIli:S f, 1E OIV !
Work of all kinds on Euildings in our line
promptly attended to.
Orders from the Other 1 -lauds will meet with
Prompt Attention at
Lowest jMVirltot IRrttes !
No. 9 K A AHUM AN U STREET,
JITtfT AllOVK THE BANK.
A SPLENDID SUPPLY OF
CUSTOM MAI'K flL'AKE Kt'GE BOOTS,
Cl'SToM MAD. PC Ml SOLE BOOTS,
BI TTON SIDE GAITERS,
OXFORD TIKS, AND OTHER
Elegant Toilet Mirrors
Eland -lasses !
OF NEW DESIGN'S, BESIDES
Dressing Table and Boudoir.
A LARGE VARIETY OF
PERFUMES, COSMETIQUE, FINE SOAPS,
Tooth. Nail and Hair Brushes!
. M. MclNERNVS.
:B(jC 3m Conn r of Fort an.l Merrhant Street..
ICritisli E5:arR OarslsniST,
And For Sale by the Underigiied.
VEWC1STLE SMITHY COAL.
1. 10.0W Kmuv' Square Fire Bricks.
,000 Kamay's Arch Bric'-i. 10 tons Fire Clay,
$ Newcastle GiiiUtinrs. J 5 tons i'i Iron.
1U0 tius l: iI tI LuisH-eJ .!, 10 ca.ks ltl.tCx Varnish,
2W tins White Lenil. ioO tiu White Zinc,
S tins !l"r 1'aint.
15 tius Liht-gren Taint, 4 tins B'ue Taint,
10 tins Vt-ni-u.iU Kt J. b tius tt He 1 Leal,
la tins M. S. Green Taint, 5 tic. LUck Taint,
i tins I'hrjiue Yellow,
IS cases GulvamsrJ Comipated Iron.
i boxes Corn Hour. 10 rae Lime Juice CurJial,
i caes M:xrl Tick It 4 cases Jams,
lot) grw n c:is Geneva.
20 ct-s Finest Soich Whiskey.
10 thJs tieneva. 12 qr cask, ul.l Scotch W hiikey,
10 qr cks Mareti's Brandr,
5 qr c--ks liuin illc's M Irish Whirkey,
i qr c.iks fine Tale therry,
5 qr casks err fine herry,
3 hh'ls llenn-ysy's Brandy.
9 qr casks Muru-U's hrnn.ly,
150 cases Tale a:.'l lu.lia Ale, in qt bottles,
'M cases India Ak in in!s.
ALSO, PER BARK MALVINA !
FROM BREM KRI1 AVEN,
200 cases St. Julien CUret.
40 LibU Latter lieer, An.l. Muilei,' in qtj.,
10 bhls Lager B.-er. in pintr.
40 bbls Tale Ale, - II. lietj.-n." quarts,
10 bills Tale le. " II. lieyen." iuts.
76 caaes Barclay's Tort-r, qu trts anJ 1'intf,
1J5 casks Bass' Tale Ale. "Jt ca-rs Swedisli Ale.
100 cases. 1 ild. in. t;d t"ynao: 'JO casts Kon:n-.eI. 1 Jox. ea.;
30 cases Nord(.aUM.r W hiky. l.i treen cases Holland's Gin,
100 blue cases Holland' liiri. white bottles.
100 bukeu fine H-.Ui;d G n. in stwie b-ittV. Ur-e size,
25 cases Brandy, loO deinij 'hi.s Stn iift Alcohol.
JO caes Norilhau'er Wl.iskey, 10 bbls Strong Deaierara Hum,
25 cases fine Cognac, 0 ease. Kudestieimer.
21 cases LiebTraurai cli. 3 cases Uoonckamp B.tters,
25 cases Tale Sherry, 12 casts Turt inc.
Also, via Panama :
CHOICE ASSORTMENT OF DEY GOODS.
arO IV. L.. GREEN.
WKMi CI'RKD ISIA Xl II A Y
at nxt AND A HALF CENT PER
j.i:tm Jl'PI ft LAYTOX.
InsalteJ Comncn Sense.
If tlx: dt,,ii..n j.riiiiuuin C'J ly t!e Sujrcmc
Court of i.V.lifjrnia, in tlie cic; of Iiiira I.
Fair, were one which merely oV iuoritraU-l a legal
quihble r ti hnic;lity, this j-nimtl would ignore
ti e whole luat'er; but it is not, for it eim? a
deadly blow Rain.-t the Tital rrineij le of all the
relations which fcubei't between men. Common
fen.-e in the ground ujon which mankind meet
fjr the transaction of buiir.c-s ; it i that rumure
of humau wi-xloin and natural ugacity which is
Couiinon to all. and Hie universally acccr.ted
umj.ire of any question, that may ari.e. It i
tf;i - r rincij.Ie t!;at has bc-en invaded and insulted
f A..n ti. ii Tt'TiAerttA 'l'l., I'ourf Ii. l.is
i fiirrt, that evidence affectin character of d-"endant
i for ehaftity wi" i:n rojxTly introdin.'ol : rec'ind,
i that the law require", when two eou:i-H are
ensued f..r the defense, that one of theti: should
! have the clor-in arunieiit, and that tbi.- riht
t was refo(-el to the -ris-oner at the bar. The hrff
! jint under conf-iderathin refers to the reception
! if evidence touching the defendant"8 reputation
for chastity. Her our.sel etudiouely t-trove to
' damn and blacken the reputation of the murdered
I man in their attempts to prove that it wad through
i his artifice, wi!e, allurement", and guilty proru
', ies of marriage, that Iiura I. Fair was rrecipi-
tateJ headlong into the anysri ot vice. It oecame
nc-ce.ary to refute or rebut this charge, and the
correi-pj'ndence between the victim and his clayer
wiit quite fuflieleiit to show her utter want of
chastity, while her own voluntary remarks upon
the f-tand relative to bar views of the relatione
tlrnt should eubbiVt between man and woman ;
forcibly demonbtrated her inlorn lewdness.
hhe was tried on the charge of having com
mitted murder, and her guilt was proven beyond
all cavil. It did not mitigate the character of
her crime to bhovv, from her owu correspondence
and admission, that fche vras a harlot as well us a ,
murderess. The second objection raised by the ,
Supreme Court, is to the elleet, that one of her j
counsel there being two of them should have
had the clooing argument. This is a legal tech- '
ideality of too trivial a character to be advanced ;
as a sufficient reason for the contempt shown for !
common sense, and the indignity done to juptice. i
All the evidence in the case had been sifted and j
weighed ; the defendant had received a fair, open,
iust, impartial trial before a magistrate who '
pofeshcs the continence and resjKjet oi the whole
community, fclic was Uelenaea by eminent coun-
pel, who exhausted every device of law to secure
her acquittal. There is no allegation that perjury
was committed. There is nothing to show that
she did not do the killing, or that it was not done
with malice prepense. Jt is not claimed in her
behalf that she was innocent of the crime, nor
was it shown that she was not at the time in sana
tin tile el corpore sano. Whenever the accused
has cither through poverty, or some other
equally good cause but one counsel, the Prose
cuting Attorney is charged with making the clos
ing as well as the opening argument. Can any
one assign good reason why the individual who
has but one counsel should undergo double
jeopardy as compared with the person who has
two? Is not life or liberty, in one case, as sweet
and precious as in the other? Are laws made
for the special benefit of those who can fee two
or more legal defenders? Clearly, the law btulti
fies itself on this point ; and, as clearly, the
Supreme Court is cognizant of the fact; yet it
preferred to inFult common pense, and override
justice, rather than disregard a frivolous, perm
cious, unjust technicality. It is admitted that
iuu supreme .ourt is piuusioiy eonsiraiuou oy
the principle that its province is, "jus Jiccre, std
jus non dare" and this is the only ground that
can be occupied in supjort of its decision. The
gentlemen who honor the Suprcme Bench have
undoubtedly been actuated by the purest motives,
but their dccUion is most unfortunate, as it tends
to give force to the impression, which is becom
ing altogether too general, that the dividing line
between law and justice is the banker's counter.
SiH Francisco Comiturcial Herald.
Punch's Bill Against Brother Johnathan
for Indirect Damages.
a a s A IIIIV.II j V. oil' 1 aw asau vaa,v v - j
ward at the present moment, and to suggest an
easy and honorable arrangement of the American
question, has prepared the following schedule of
English claims for compensation. It is manifest
that they arc all absolutely just, and he is sure
that the American (iovernment will admit that
fact. Therefore, all that remains to be done is
this: Let Hamilton Fish append his signature,
and the words 44 All right" (he may add 44 old
boss," or not, as he may think the American
nation would desire), and then the two (Govern
ments have but to exchange receipts for their
respective claims :
HER MAJESTY'S GOVERNMENT CLAIM COMPENSATION.
For twenty years of violent ahuge poured uimiii . d.
England by the New York Herald, in tin:
tile ret of slavery, and up to the date n'lien
the editor of that paper was inlormed that
he must really he liaised if he would not
des st from treasou to the L'niii'd Stales... 0 0 i
For similar utilise, in nobody's interest in
particular, since the a'-ove date 0 0 03
For encouriitfii.g the Fenian, and putting
Ciinada in dread of a Ken an invasion 0 0 0i
For crmitti!ig the Irish-American press b
abuse ib.iglaud 0 0 01
For induriut; many persons in En.'land to
use the word " reliable " itistead of " trust
worthy " 20,000,000 0 0
For allowi. g (J. F. Train (our enemy) to be
out of a hin.it c asylum 0 0 6
For the use ! the works of ancient F.nglisli
authors, from in. Shakspeare downwards.
and fni Calling th-in American authors ...
For piracy on modern KnelUh authors, and
100,000,000 0 0
for not railing a great many of them Amer
For spoiling a great number of diHieut second
100,000,000 0 0
rate Engli.h acte.rs, and sending them home
with the idea that they were Keans and
For insulting the King's or Queen's English
liy speaking it, Inr titty years, nasally
For et-lipsiiig the harmless gaiety of n .liuns
ly suddenly ktoppitw the supply of capital
nigger stories, which have now entirely
0 7 6J
20,000,000 0 0J
1,000,000 0 0
For outraging Humanity by not annexing
Mexico and putting an end to it. atrocities
100,000,000 0 0
For putting us under an obligation by the
graceful return of that Arctic vessel, "Thy
Love is worth 100,000,000 0 0"
For attempting to destroy the monarchical
principle, of hi. Knyal Highness the Triuce
of Wales, by treating him with so much
kindness and hospitality that his Royal
Highness was induced to think well of Re-
pul.U-ans 100,000,000 0 0
For persuading Mdle. Nilsson to leave l.on-
dou for America, slid fur still detaining
that sonttstress 100,000 0 0
For iuvenling Herr Breitmatui, instead of
leaving to some Englishman the honor of
aiventing him 100,000 0 0
For incessantly reproducing pictures from
Tuncli and never acknowledging their
. . No charge
44j,'jo0,0oo S 4.1
Gladstone, Pi nch & Co.
This is our Rill.J
The Southern Railroad. The San Diego
Union of Feb. 18th, says: We publish to-day
the cheering news that Col. Thos. A. Seott has
been choben President of the Texas Pacific Bail
road Company, in place of Mr. Marshall O. Kob
erts, who has resigned. It appears that the
differences in the Board of Directors concerning
the merging of the franchises and other property
of connecting lines into the Texas Pacific, have at
last been settled, and that henceforward there
will be unity of purpose and action on the part
of the managers of the enterprise. It will be
remembered that we have heretofore predicted
the result announced in our telegrams to-day.
We have felt sure that Col. Scott would assume
the control of the Thirty-second parallel road,
from the time that he joined Messrs. Fremont and
Roberts to tccure the paswige of the bill. When
the bill passed, the construction of the Texas
Pacific road was assured. Since that time we
have not entertained a particle of doubt upon the
subject. Col. Scott and his friends are in nowise
rcsjHjnsiblc for the delay in commencing oiera
tions. As (.Jen. Roseerans says,'4 they are strictly
railroad building and op-crating people, prompt
to move the moment business can he done." W.
think that moment has now arrived. With Th-e
A. Scott at the head of the Company there will
be no unnecessary delay in beginning active op
erations ; and the road will be built with unex
ampled rap idity. If (.Jen. Sedgwick's surveys of
the route to the Colorado are adopted as we
suppose will be the case there will be no diffi
culty in completing fifty miles of road east from
San Diego within the time required by law.
A F I IV E CIIAACE
aj FOR. INVESTING A SMALLSf.M
of money, or of securing -u.
ONE OF THE MOST ELIGIBLE IHFELLIXG LOTS
In the City of liooolulu, is now offered by theUnlersijne 1. He
is desirous to dispose of that fine and healthily situ ite.l pi-cr
of Land adjoining the Government Warden, aud fronting School
and Kort Streets at the head of the latter.
Any one wishing to purch ire thouM apply so.'Hi. as the I.rt
will l e s..Id at a bw li'ure. npO .1. I.I.MoN.
The :atc printing of California during the
twenty years has cos-t l,60.iT7o. or nearly
illH.i.UUU a vear. lVojle are getting tired tf
mat sort of tning.
The race between the Cambridge and Oxfoni
boat crews, is announced to take i lace on the
Thames course, March '23. The betting is two to
one in favor of Cambridge.
Mrs. Woodhull lectured in IJ.-tun rt-cer.tly,
and there were t,C(0 l'uritans whose consciences
didn't prevent thcin from g iog to hear her free
love disquisition. They atloned fur it, however,
by hiding her lecture.
Carl Sehurz tells of r.n interview Le Lai with
Count Hisiuarck which eonvinct-il hiui that he
knew more on the subject ol" Anieriv'an poii'dv-'s
and politician t! an any other European with
vthoiu l:e has come in contact.
The number of Mudentf in the College of Mctz
has diuiinished from oOO to three pcrs.ns tiuce
the (ierman occupation jf the city, and in the
College at Calmar. the number has been leduced
from 4Ut) to Oi, of whom are Liermans.
A whole pjige in the London Tutus is covered
with an advertiK'inent of The United Kingdom
Alliance to procure the total and immediate sup
pression of the traffic in all intoxicating liquors."
A fund of JLlOft.OoOis wished, aitl about ,-T3,-000
has been already guaranteed.
The Detroit Tribune has just ordered one of
IIoc's four-cylinder prets. Thirty-three years
ago, its publishers were not kept very busy in
answering all demands by what could be printed
on a hand press.
Russia, Austria and Turkey are about inter
fering in the affairs of the Danubian principali
ties. As one of the Ilohenzollerns holds the reins
of authority in Koumania, Prussia will m.t
likely have a voice in this matter, if it is pushed.
" Anybody io beat (Jrant," is now the grand
hailing eign of departed Democracy. That was
the muttered prayer of the rebels during the war. i
It began at Doneison, and its last echoes died
away on the field of Appomattox.
A projected Peruvian railway will cross the !
Andes at an elevation of 14,000 feet above the I
level of the sea, or 7,000 feet higher than the J
, highest point crossed by the Central Pacific llail
r0Ilj and wjthin 1,000 feet of
It w related of the Prince's illness that when
death seemed imminent, a butcher stood in an ad
joining room with a lamb, ready at a moment's
notice to Qay it, that the warm and reeking skin
might swathe the Prince's extremities, should
they show signs of death coldness.
An interesting revival is in progress in Hamil
ton, New York, the University, church and semi
nary sharing in the results. Over forty students
have been converted, leaving only five in the Uni
versity who have not made a profession of faith.
M. Plantamour, a (leneva Astronomer, an
nounces that a new comet of unprecedented big
ness "impinges" upon this earth next August,
unless something should occur to switch it oil" the
track upon which it is progressing with frightful
rapidity toward us. Both coinet and 6tory are
probably ' all gas."
The London Tiims favors a separation of Cuba
from Spain. Unless such a separation is effected
one of the most fertile islands ir the world will
soon be reduced to comparative desert. Ilesides,
1 the butchery of the boy students at Havana,
shows that the people now in authority are unfit
to bo entrusted with power. They are savages,
It is eaid that Juarez, President of Mexico, has
enlisted fifteen hundred fighting men in Texas and
Arkansas, and that they arc now in active service.
They arc armed with Winchester rifles and
ofiiucrcd by men formerly in the Confederate army.
Such a force should make short work of the Mex
ican rebels. Certain is that no body of Mexicans
twice or thrice their number can withstand them.
The people of Florida know an enemy when
they sec him at any rate when they feel him
and they recently gave Old Probabilities ' of
the signal service abundant proof of the fact. An
indignation meeiins was recently hold at Lake
""' v i i.atw -sx m i . m j ass ivi bi I. j
i Village, Florida, at which a resolution was adopt-
eu, wnn scarcely a uisseming voice, touriveaway
t he signal service observer at that place 44 beeanse
it was believed thai his instruments caused the
unexampled bad weather and large amount of rain
which has fallen lately."
DV U. I NO M V T E M I'O II A R Y
Irc.in this Kingdoii I have appointed V
II. LEW EKS lo
act for me bv power of .t'.orney.
Honolulu." Feb. 19, 18'2 (apti) JAMES A. HOPPER.
X TXT S XJ TXT C2 S3
No. 31 u ml 3 3 Fine Street, N. V.
ROBF.KT L. CASE ..
THEO. II. WKTMOKK...
ISAAC H. ALLEN ,
THE SECURITY LIFE
Advantages nusoriaed lu Its terms of oii-for
felt ore expressed Ii all its policies, Absolute lie
Diovnl of all Eestrttious on Tr.-.irl doing away
viitli Kxtra Uaten aij Permits, liaviug no Coutested
Claims, aud asking to nuiietessarv questions.
: Latest official retuin$of over Sevent) Life Insurance
Companies now badness in the iBited
States, ranks tie SKCI EITV LU K as
second to tune iu point of in.
crease tf luines for
1ST. over 1S70.
Though this Company aas demonstrated the value of Life
Insurance by distributing Huong the
Of 320 Members
Widows & OrpJaU'
Sum of nearly $800,000,
Its lo?ss, in prop irtion tc the iiumler of th? insured and the
' amount of insurance, ha been reuisrkatily few an.l lifit.
To every l-ersnii seekir.c mutual insurance this fact is very
The cost of the In'irai" depends upon the vitality of the
! Company iu which '"u iifure, and the be.it proof of inherent
vitality is the low ratio cf ziaims in the past,
Katioot losses on new l,riness of ISTo, not one dollar on a I
! The Prompt Vvmmi.isoners of the Xtw York Life
Insurance Deprtnunt thus ni:-rl of the
We now omc to a briliant. onward, approve! emboiliment
of American liTe Insurair t?:e Security Life Insurance Com
, pany of New York. A t 'litician would my. the e-'urity is
i the people's choice. It h certainly strtmtt popu'.ar endorse
, tuent. Ity the Atlantic, ue Mississippi, and the Pacific, the
voice of thousands seakit fair. The Security attained the
; preatest increase of annuil business in 170 over l-69 of all
the life companies of the Inited States. When this Is consid
ered In connection with the past progress of the office, its
, future rank on the lifi rolj' a surj-ct of no difficult conjecture.
. Kven with the additions if 1S70 there is no disproportionate
i ouLgrowih. It hs been reularly built up to the present pro
, p'.rtion, not saddenlv pp jeted forward. It has passed ahead
' of other companies by thuiue operation anl ujonientuni of iu
1 own normal law of aocurutlation.
Asont nl flouolnlu.
N. II. --This is trie only Company in the
United States wlo Charpe no extm rate
for INSl'RANCl on WOMEN or for
Spam!!. iiili 1
THE GLOBE HOTEL !
KINfi STREET. NEAIl CO U NEK OF
ortMrri, U.-uoluiu, H I.
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nts fi-.r the -jrjx.r ct cirnitK on a nrt-c:s h4el but.nrM
in all irs t-rariCies, and hntir.it had the .u- c moiete'.y mio
rated and ekfast'.y l;.n;:-!;M iu rvei y .nicui.r. it now t-jn
fr the recejiiJi o fT.tsts. Tr.' larder wi.l be so; p.:ed with
the best th- c ark-t :T-d. Al.. harm enij.rd the senricr
c f a first cl I h-'e 'le t ulsiTi. he is j-rrjiared t. su.t the
taste of tte mot fas: :iivu. a:al i or kut.s wiil fir
sartd to xite tl'.' hoUrl ti.e f.v rite w;-!i t:e ptiblu ot H. no
lulu. Heine centrsiiy located ard ft trni ?nt and itcire
mences. it iffers pieat irrla.vuirnts fT laerVar.ts asd other to
j:ire him a cli.11. He h'js by :ri 't attenti, n to :- wants and
eou:f tU of Ins pa--r. to rcerit liit ral share - pul tic liat
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br al p :r.f on the precises, to
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