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San Francteeo::: .'Sunday, September 3d.

FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL

Saturday Evening, (September 2, 1871. The price of Gold in Now York opened to-day at 11234, closing at 11-2 7 < c at 3p. m.; Sterling, <J(,<> »?$; P. M. 8. 8. Co., saHia Hi Quicksilver, 13*4; D. 8. 6-208, 114* s ©ll3^4; do. in London, 93 ?&; Legal Ton. der here is 89@90. ,. Tbe price of Gold ,in New York being 112 % makes the price of Legal Tender 88.59. t >■>! ,•:•_ / .Jui I-.i ':'. '. . . .', The Stock market was rather active and strong. Meadow Valley rose $1 ; Raymond & Ely, $3. Yellow, Jacket was $5 lower.'. ..The, telegram to the Raymond & Ely states the clean-up for the six days' run at $27,600, making $119,438 for the month, or $4,583 per. day. «i\ i • f. " i"J ' i if There ling been put on the London market the Hamilton Smelting Company, ' Limited— Capital, £60,000, in 12,000 shares of £5 each. The smelting works and mining properties to be acquired arc situated near Hamilton in the midst of the White Pine District of Nevada. Tne * prospectus 'states? 1 "The" works consist of smelting furnaces, steam power, and necessary plant complete, occupying a site of about o*4 acres of freehold land. The mining property consists of the following valuable mining claims, viz; Massachusetts) Marion, Ethan Allen, Ebenezer, and Silver Star. This company is formed to purchase such works and mines for the sum of £8,500 in cash, of which £3,500 is to be paid down, and the remaining £5,000 only if the shareholders themselves at a general meeting approve the results of the working, and £27,600 in fully paidup shares (such shares to bo left in trust till the company pay 6 a dividend of at least 20 per cent!) , or in cash at the option of the Directors. The shipments of Treasure per the P. M. 8. 8. Co's steamer Colorado, for Panama, were as follows : Gold bars — England; Davidson it Co*. . ,'t $63,185 82 Silver bars — England, Davidson & C 0... 41,793 15 Gold — Callao, Bank of California. . . 500,000 00 Gold coin— La Libertad, Merrill & Co. . . 1,100 00 Gold — Panama, Eldridge & Irwin.. . ' ■ 6,183 00 Silver coin — San Jose de Guatemala, C. „, ■ , A. Low & Co.'. ~ 11,000,00 T0ta1. .... ....'..*. .•.'... ■..:'..'. :*.;-. . . . $623,211 97 There has been in the last throe years a very important extension of railroad facilities in this State, and : there now exist* • the outline of a system the completion , of which •is; of vital importance to the i whole } State and r all its multifarious interests. There are in this State 40,000,000 acres i of arable land awaiting cultivation,' and there ' are well known depositories r of gold in ; placers ' between the north and middle forks of the American river, which will supply $15,000,000 to $20,000,000 of gold per annum for an indefinite period; and in other localities still : larger depositories; all of which are, and have been, lying dormant, for years', for want of water. . Of .the ~ arable lands of the State, not more than ' 3,000,000 acres are > under plough, leaving 37,000,000, which will be readily settled with the aid of railroads and Irrigating works. ... These are being supplied, and s also ditches for the use of the placers, and a rapid - settlement may be considered certain. ' This is the more probable that the lands of 'the Central Pacific . Railroad , are ; now being put < upon . the ; market. • ■ It will be remembered that the road runs from Sacra. mento 25 miles northeast over the river bottom and - level prairie lands to the foothills, where it meets the rolling timber lands' that lie 'at: the base of the Sierras," and ascending by one- of , the. spurs of the Sierras it rises 7,042 feet, and on by the Truckee Valley to Big Bend, 190 miles • from ' Sacramento. Along the route the - Company have ■ 12,800 acres per ' mile — between Sacramento and the foothills : 320,000 . acres of the 1 most ' valuable bottom land, constantly enriched » by i the overflow of - rivers and the wash of the mountains, which render them inexhaustible. Tobacco, hops, mulberry trees, and all kinds of fruit, nourish in the greatest 'luxuriance. The larger proportion is, however, prairie . land — the best suited for wheat, grazing,' etc. The Company's price for this land is $2 60 the same an the . Government alternate sections';* but the Company sells for 20 per cent, cash and the balance in 5 years at 10 per cent.' interest. • The quantity of land ascending the Sierras to the Big Bend is 2,112,000 ; acres, making, with the Government alternate sections, nearly 5,000,000 acres drained by the railroad and to come into use and taxation. * The ■ California .& 1 Oregon Railroad consolidated , with the Central Pacific, and,, running up to the ' Oregon line,: has 1,540,000 acres not yet put upon the market. That, with the Government sections, will raise the quantity to nearly 8,000,000 acres, or nearly three times : tho : land now under plough, and.. which has given ' forth . such immense annual products. The whole amount of. land granted to the Central Pacific and Union Pacific was, to the former , ! 11,392,000 acres : to. the California k Oregon, I,s4o,ooo 'acres, and 1 to the Union, 12,080,000 acres, of which it has : sold 418,403 acres for $1,819,819, or $4 35 per acre. Other grants are :•-.'•; ■■ * *«>■*» "<•* . **•*;; - Southern Branch Union Pacific .1,202,000 Placerville & Sacramento.: . -... ... •; 200.000 Atlantic & Pacific. ." v. .'...;•.. j .; .42,000,000 Northern Pacific. . .......:. 20,000,000 Stockton & Copperopoliß 320,000 All these lands, sooner or later j will ' come into use by the operation of the roads, but will carry with them equal quantities of , Government lands, and by these means 146,000,000 acres of land will become tributary to San Francisco. ;...

Hongkong, July 20tb, 1871. Exchange and Bullion — sterling rates advanced after the departure of last mall to -4@4% lor: <> months bank, but have again receded somewhat. On London, 6 month* bank, ■)»', I ',; San Francisco, 60. days, private. 10 pel cent, discount; Bar Silver, 17,'.dwu.,. B.',' 9 per cent. ' premium; Clean Mexican Dollars, 3)£ percent, premium; . Gold Bars, 08 touch," $23 30 per tael weight; $20 U.S. Gold, $18 76. „ •*-- ««t' - -■ -i • Freights — For San Francisco, the Hose M. and Joseph Clark have been laid on at this port. ....■•> Quicksilver— English, $83.'£<gi84; California, *85^@86. . Steel— English, ft 10@3' 20; Swedish, m(a\4 00.^~ Provisions— quote Breadstuff: California Flour, ( 501b bags, No. 1, $1 76@1 85; No. 2, $1 60 per bag; 2001b casks, $7 50@8 00. Wheat, Callforula, ,*2 t 40@2 50; Shanghai, (1 05@2 per pecul. Rice— Large quantities i have been placed during th. fortnight, but the native crop being now harvested, the demand for foreign grain has subsided and the market closes weak. Rangoon, cargo, *2 00@2 10; white, 82 15. Saigon, cargo, long grain, old, $2 00@2 03; new, $2 07© 2 10; round grain, old, (2 02@2 06; new, $2 12@2 18. I : . r l :*t '^.I SHANGHAI. '■'■' ,' ' .!'.'': ! I The Chinese will probably take advantage of the active competition for fine Teas to hold out for extreme nrtOM , and already name upward of 50 taels ias likely to be d* manded for the choicest chops. The Bearer has about 700 tons engaged for New York,' ■■■•l two other vnwlii an- ti tutor despatch, with Toa», for San Francisco, vlj: • The steamer Cleator an.l the bark Hamtnonta, each carrying about 700 tons. Both will probably sail early. In August, and the former is charging 5 eulneas per ton of 40 feet to San Francisco, and the latter £3 10*. Wheat — lias . advanced In value, and we quote tad* 1.1.0 per pecui «n shore, In>ulk, and taels 1.3.0 per pecul in bags, on board ship (duty paid). Exchange— Opening at 8 1 ii 1 .,; the Bank rate on London was subsequently raised to « | 0, at which a fair amount was Interchanged for documentary paper at 6 | OJ{. These rates, however, have not been maintained, and the closing quotations ' are as follows: Gold Barn taels 167.0.0; Bar Silver, 17 8., taels 111.3.0; Mexican Dollars, taels 77.3.0 per f 100. . MANILLA. Flour — Prices have advanced; last sales were at $9 2."i per four quarter sacks, for best quality. Flour Is now subject to an Import,. duty of about $1 per four quarter. 6acks in foreign bottoms. Saint Joseph, for San Francisco,; 1,600 peculs hemp, 20,800 peculs brown and refining sugar, 168,000 cigars, 800 peculs cofflje, 67 peculs cordage. •. • ' ', The Derby, 1,093 tons, is loading for San Francisco with 800 bales hemp and 1,000 tons sugar. Steamer Henry Chauucoy sailed August lCt!i, from New York, with 375^.tons of ( cargo, for Ban FranCisco, as follows : 55 cases canned fish, 70 cases sardines, 63 bags coffee, 160 cb pine apple, 20 tcs rice, 20 eke prunes, 10 eg citron, 30 bags dates, 25 bags nuts, 404 bx» raisins, 400 . bxs starch, 100 jcs lard oil, 25 bbls spirits turpentine, 1 bbl whiskey, 100 cs wine, 115 pkgs tobacco, 629 kegs nails, 'JO os and 019 bdls paper, 57 bxs soap, 49 bis cartridges, 85 shts copper, 20 pits iron, 50 bdls shovels, 50 cs lobsters, 310 pkgg hardware, 270 pkgs dry goods, 27 pkgs stationery, 16 pkgs paints, 17 pkgs machinery, 62 pkgs carpet and oil cloth, 7 pkgs rubber goods, sundry pkgs mdse. Also for China and Japan, 2cs books, Ido milk, 2 do clothing. The following table snow* the' total number and value of all Deeds, Mortgages and Releases recorded daily daring the week ending Saturday, September 2'2 ' 1871 ; V,.,.., : . .

DMdi. MortcsKen. Kele«sea. DaU. Aug. 28 .-.;... 12 " !» 10 " JO • " 31 10 Hep*. : Vi •• 2 „-.. n Tot*l« .......... It No. Value. #11,160 H. 452 VIM* 88,334 I 1.3W1 ,: 23.312 $121,507 No. Value. > 8 $97.1*0 10 37. Ti1l 1 3 22.23 A 111 (iU.tUil 10 - :ij.i(H> .7 63.5.W "«7 9114,365 No. Value. 12 .. fBS,7M) 4 2.5.5511 • . -«.*:• X 41,850 10 38.5W 9 0 40,86 m SO §268,660

There were no prominent tranMctionv in Real Estate recorded to-day. Total transactions recorded are 17 deeds, $38,512; 7 mortgages, $63,550; 9 releaaea,s4o,sso, In Domestic Produce tbe receipts are 2,000 qr ske Flour, 18,266 ctls Wheat, and 2,475 «tls Barley. French {Bhip Tarapacca, 753 tons; Lumber from Piiget Sound to CalUo, on terms reserved. British ship Portlaw, 1,184 tons; Railroad Tics to 110 (Peru), private.

CITY TRADE REPORT.

P'" Saturday Etkninq, September 2,1871: FLOUR— Market remaps Urm. Sales of 500 bbls Oregon extra, private; 400 do Imperial and 100 do Xarriaburtt (Oregon) extra, at agent' • rates. We quote standard brands of Oregon extra at *« 62H&1. and local brand* «• folio wi: Bnperflne. «6 25@6 SO. and extra at »7, in ekt « 1% lbs. - ........ i.*...,-.i .., .*;*... . WHEAT— Th« market , rules Mrm. _•!•» ot 4,000 sks choice shipping, free on board, »♦. #2 45; 3,000 do good milling, in lots, at $2 40: 400 do fair, at 92 35. W. quote fair to ohoioe (Trades at $2 td&i 42* * 1M) Bis. "Ho Liverpool quotation received to-day; prioa yeaterdaj w« Us lid V oental. . & i|gfr &£ , «/» BARLEY— Market rules quiet. ' Bales of 800 ska ooa», at 91 77* : 1,600 do bay feed, in lota, at 91 80 ; 150 do bay, ; 91 82X * 100 Its. OATS— Market inactive, , Hales of 230, ska fair at 91 80 : ; 300 do do, 91 Vlii ; 400 "do good, 91 67,' i. Cnoioe quotable at 91 91 V 100 lbs. -„^-,,;,; ,.; ;.,.., i; ,. ■■ .•■, ,-.,.. .... BRAN -Quotable at 927 SO * Yon from mill. MIDDLINGS— Market firm. .' We quote feed at 937 £0 and fine at 94ft V ton. HAT— Sales of ' four cargoes fair, aggregating 670 bales at *I8f(S19 50 $ ton. .. „ : VOX A TOES-Market dull; We quote Carolina at tl 25 <&! SO, and other kinds at 60@J3.ii H lot) lbs. "'*■"*" k f-!». BEANS— Tbe market reayuns quiet aodtbe following are tbe jobbing rates: Butter and' Pea, 92 60; small White. 92 23; Pink, #2@i U, and Bayo 93 25 V XOU lba. ONION S-Quotable at ttXtjßJc ft 100 lbs. CORN— Sales of ' 100 sks Yellow at 92 43 * 100 J>». "' ' RYE— Sales of 173 sks onoice, private. Quotable at 91 SO 42 ■»* 100 lbs. OEM EN r— Sales of 900 bblsßeaioia. at agent's rate*. ' ' CASK GOODS— Sale* of 5 0 os MoMurraj's and 390 do Briokiey'a Oysters, at agent's rates. .>■'■! fJli./ FISH-Sales of 600 kits Mackerel, private. . DRIED FRUIT-Saies of 12 oka German Pi noes, on terms resorted Quotable at 110 ft B>.' MATUHE»-S«J« 8 of m gro«« __stern. at current rates. PROVISIONS— We quote tbe jobbing rates as follows Hams. Oalifornia, at 14X@150; California Sugar Cured 17W18o; Eastern Sugar Cur d. lSi&llo: Oregon do, I.V» @l«o; Baoon, California. I<@lscV Oregon do, 15«$r«» U ; Cross * Sons. 13o; Lard. California. UXol4>»'o; Oregon do. in barrels and kegs, U>,o; Eaatewf.'intieroes.^lS^® 14c %4 Ib. DAIRx-PRODUOTS-Fre.h Butter is in limited sup. ply at 25@32X0 for firkin and 37v<8«>e for 'fresh roll few extra dairies bringing a. advance ; Banters firkin 20@300. California Oheeae.'lOJ^j; "Eastern do." IStS® 14hio -• California Egg*, 40c It down.- ' >,t \ p» r >-~ POULTRY— Quotable as follows: liana, largo, *«j@6 50"; Spring OhioluuiH, 93 50(a)l; Roosters, *- r vo6; Ducks, 96 @7 V dozen; Turkey*, alive. 18®20o ft _; Geese. aijfciij9 down.- ' . FRUITS- We quote the jobbing rnt«« for green Fruits' as follows: Apples. 40c@9l V box; Oranges. 9'«@jo • V M; Limes, 915f«20 $ M; Lesions. V 100; Strawberries, «a9o « Ib; Plums. t «jß7o »>. 75c@»l $ boxRaspberrie.. IMJISo V ft ; Pears. 30of«#160 » box; Blaokberries. 4@60 « _; Peaches. 9}@9l 30 : » basket, *l@i V box : Grapes. 50 * box, tttaXto ft ft I Watermelons, 91@l 60 V do«e«jOairtaloopes,7«o»fl 25 * dozen: Cranberries, 350 for Oregon, and for Eastern 500 » gall; Quinces. 3,«a»0o V basket; Ban.naa. 9xo** Job.' *"« AT AUCTION. ""'• '■'.•!'? y> BY J. C WCBHILI.'AKD'ca 1 '' ! ' • w SUGAR,-* tos Central American, ex Jouanne 98 87* • 21 do do. 97 25 ; 40 bags do. 99 65 B)^^^ •• 00 "». OOFFEE-60 bags Central American, as i*. i;*,, * ft,

NEW YORK MARKETS.

[BT XJC —BOB-PM. ] _-—-.. Batubbat EvEona. September 2, 18T1. FLOUR— Nominal.

WiIKAT-fl 65. BARLEY-Nomioal. OOTTON-19HO. PORK— t>2.'4 V bbl. Nominal. '.'>." «: UI DES-StH»dy. Dry, 22 1 t@230 ;lS»lted, ll@U>ft'o. OlL— Unchanged. Sperm, 91 ia<bl 25; Winter Bleached, 91 i,r.\ 4S| Whale, Me; Winter Bleached, 65@670. WOOL-S toady. Spring, fine, 34@400; burry, 285330; pulled. 38(g)50o: Fall, California, 'J8(q)»o; do, burry, 20(5250 V «>- •.■.' ' ' Liverpool, September 1, 1871. WHKAT-lls lid %i cental. v

RECEIPTS OF BAY PRODUCE.

Satttbdat Kvenino. September 2. 1871. FLOUR-400qraks, O Mitchler; 1600 do, Starr Bros A Oauipbell. otU. M«x Brook*: W»7 do. O'HaraTMffe: WHKVf-W oils. M«x Brooks: *>7 do. O'H»ra raaft«: «62 do, M«i»8««ae8; 600 do, T Newell: 1/0 do. AH T<idd : 400 do. Trub«nU»ch ; AM do, fc'Msett, MoJJaulley A Co; do. X G Matbews A. Co: l*Mt do. Bui lard 4 IUU j do, .1 W U Uarapbell : '.»«00 do. Mill-r A Co : f>o4 do. Win MclJoll; 2«1 do, Br.y Bros: «M) do, McNeil Bros: nil" do, O Ulaylou A Oo; IS3B do, I l'reidlandrr: 1674 do. Order. BABLKY-W3 Otis, Mei»e«»0B: 189 do. Miller A ; "o; 345 do. «V L \V u iihiu : -m do. Order : Nil do. J « McOune ; 4N6 do, i'rubeobaoh : 170 do. Bray Bros : Bti do, I * neclUnderl 310 do, C < 'lay ion A 00. „,-,.. „.. . OA.TH— m oils, McNear Bros; 150 do, All Todd : 253 do. Bray Bros: 4UO do, 0 Clayton A (Jo ; do, Order. CORN— llUoiln, MoNear Bros. UA v— h7B halo*. Miller A Hull; 360 do, Holmes A Smith ; lllitito, AloKmiD» A Greany ; 74 do, Adams A Butler; 168 do, Wm MuUoll; 104 do, J .Mollutjli ; 7H7 do, Order. STRA VV— 3'HI biles. Dntton A Moore. -> - ■ Bit AN— .VHlBks, Starr Bros A Campbell." WOOL— I 6 bales, J Zoingeobeio ; 24 do. Miller A Oo; 29 do, m 'oiiv A Karioh ■ 11 do. Obristy A Wise. HOTA'l'Oblx— 40 aks. Various. . ■ s ONIONS— «ks. Order. wi v k— l«4B galls. Order. HIDKS—IBII, Order. • . SALT— tons. Order. BUTTER-89W fts. Order. ! iJHfc.li:si':-Js.'li Sir, Order. CALLOW— Order. ■ |i . • . . STAVE BOLTB-7 cord*, DB Brown. S P LUMBER- ft M ft, J 11 Ouniuitnßs. li;K— HI tons. PM S S Co; 111 do, JII Thompson. KLAX SISKD—Vi (.ks. Miller A <:». MUS I'ARD sks, Meiseuaes; 124 do, Order. BUt :KWUEAT-.iii 8k«. Order. UKK-4K ><tlB. r 11 Kraner. BA5£ BULLION-** cils. OM O. JIiCOAI-ITVI.iTION. Klour.gr *kn . 2.ooo|OsU, Otis 1,025 WbiKt.cils 18,266 Hay, bales 2,h3H Parley, ctlß , 2,4i4| Wool, bales 7!)

STOCK MARKET.

San Kranciaco Stock and Exchange Board, I * " September 3, 1871. oai uronau OOMPAMKB • ■ ■ wahhok STOCKS. Bid. Aikod. Bid. Asked pendent G... 3 6 Succor...... fift 7 lady lir.vau i V-, wadhom hocks. Caledonia.,...:.'. 1 1 '«, IS •pbir. »* 24 >oulii A Onrnr.. 10« 109 whttr praa stocks. >Mif« *'.'» 41 , 1). 11. Treasure... 8,% 8\ inollur Potosi... 31* 32 /allow Jacket..'. Ml . «>!* NEVAUA stock <«nt.nck. ...... 137 140 Meadow Valley . . 22 23 Ualobfr.... '.UK 238 KurekaOon 16 Ik!.) Uon. Virginia.... 10* li)'s Phoenix *H ik MORNING BALKH. Belcher- 25 Bhs at t'J37,S; 23 at 210, b SO; 6) at 237; 20 at m. , • ■ . Chollnr-90 at »31*; 85 at 314, 8 SO; 30 at 32, b 30. Con Vn-Kinlii 7i> nl till 1 !-; KiOtuloM. - . OuledonTji— 10 sbs at #17; 30 nt 17J<J 235 Hi 18. •: Uaney—as shs at ( i; 100 nt 5, b JO. Kureka Con— so sbR at 16$j. *-- v■--■v ■--■ '4<mi(l A Curry— lo shs at f 106; sat 100, b 30; 30 at 109. tiolden Chariot— shs at *29, b 30; 9s at 2*; 20at29}£, b ■;<>; ;*i at 29, b 10; 40 at 27.'«. . „.,-t' f., •, Jackson— Bo shs at 60c. ' • ■ >•'')** »<> ■ ■ ■ vteaaow Valley— 115 shs at $22; 1.050 at '.H. 1 60 at 23, b - 80; 50 at Zi',i> 1) 30; 50 at 2%. 'Mahogany— 6o Hh» at f!)V4. Ophlr— a)shsat*2l;(ioat23^; :u -I',, l> 30. O H Treasure— loo aha ut filii 50 at BS. b 10; 30 at 6%. ■ fluche- -l.jO.shsat $13; 50 at i:*'-» ; I'M at 11^; 310 at II; 100 ut MM. b 5; 100 ut n't, biW; 150 at 13»; 100 at 14, b 30. , . - • . I'lirnnix— l,ouo shs at f *% ; 950 at ;<V/,b 30; 200 at 3 : » ; 300 i.atatJO. . i lUymuud & Ely— 2ls Shu at #23; 50 at 25, b 30; 120 at 24.V, \Wa\.z\'- a ; .r. r iit -is--, b 30; 6i)at2s, b 10. Savage— lo shs at #41, b 10; 45 at 'Id, 1 *: sat il)£, b 30. succor— lt>o .iha at »7, b 30; 100 at 7. Yellow Jackut-440 sbs at (60; 275 at 59*4; 70 at 59:%; 70 at 6. .'■.., b a); 75 at H.i, b 30; 70 at 60*4; 100 at, 60 , s 3O. lien tuck- -in »h.i at 137.S i 2oatUo, b 30.

Notice to Mariners.

*' '" ; - '■ ; United States Coast Survey,) '.I >'i.'i' j Benjamin Pcirce, Superintendent. J NOTICE TO M.WIIM.US, , PACIFIC SUNKEN BOCK IN , ; • HI HABBOR Of SAN FBANCIBCO, CALIFORNIA. A (ltmßor to tiHTi>?atioD hits been di^oovrred in Mission Bay, harbor of Sao Francisco, between Mia: ion Rock and Point of Hocks, and is made known by authority of Pro* lessor Peir«e. ■?.-, ' ;- -. r» ■.- It is a doable-headed rock of very small extent, each 'mail not more than three lust across, ami the beads About ten feet apart. There is a depth of I'iii feet upon them at mean low water, with Uvo fathoms of water ov r .ii uil«t>' bottom close around them. | From the out' r rock, he uorlli comer of Merrimaok street wharf, off Long Bridge,' bears N. sm de«rt-es W. (M.i^n-ni), distant V>i yards. The ranges for it are: Lone Mi tint iin open three ireadtliu of the t«ll chimnej of the Sao l<*ranciaoo Assay i.d Kehoiaß Works (tbe tallest in the neighborhood) to toe south, and tne top of the eastern head of Mission rook on with i hi' clump of bushes on tbe eastern slope of Yerba Baena Island. i'ur.B3 i ; <;eorqe Davidson, U. S. Coast Survey. San : Francisco, Cal., August 25, 1871.

BORN. In this city, September 2d, to the wife of Charles E Lancaster, a son. In this city, September 2d, to the wife of M. B. Bartlet, a daughter. ---- MARRIED. ---- ln this city, August 20th, by the Rev. John Hemphill, Henry Juselmann, of Germany, to Mary Bailey, of England At St. Mary's Cathedral, August 31st. by the Rev. ArchBishop Alemany, Thos. E. Green, of this city, to Miss Annie Judd, of Grass Valley. [Grass Valley papers please copy.] [■■■■ JOI3DI>. • Id tin" city. September Ist, Joseph Whittle, a native of Preston, England, aged 47 years. • •. ,j - . , .- Frieada «nd i acquaintances are respectfully invited to ttteod t do fnnatal Ibis day (Sunday), at I o'clock p. vi., from hi* late lesideuoe, corner of Polk and Jaukson streets.! | ' '. '. "■ ','',"" ' ,' '„ ■' ' At liowell, M hiifHKt" September 2(1, John O. Me'j'liitniii. brottier of Donald MuLecuan and father of Geo. >V. McLennan, of this city. Deceased was tun wool i.nr hiring aiHiit it the Lowell Manufacturing tJompaoy, liivioK t>eeu in their employ for tue past tinny year*.

PASSENGERS.

PORT LUDLOW— PerForont Qaoen— Mm Hhnin and ■ in, Mr l..»iglnoii wire and two children. Mrs Uapiaia llevcll abild ami m. rv..m,. Mis Delt(*ron«r, KAruuiMiii;. SANTA (JiIUZ, ETO-Por aunU Uruz— Mrs J T Dta■lißOlJ. I .. „ .... .... . .

SUN AND TIDE TABLE.

I From «t>eP«clfloTlde Tablet 01 tbe UnitedSUtetCoMtbnriey. i'h» li«t«tot In reckoued fi'im tlio level of nvoritga lowost low watara. Wuen tlietinie 111 t!ia ». M. column U followed by p, It la »lternoon, diul wJibu la l!i» v. M. column hy a, It 1* furfiuoou.

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Shipping Intelligence.

-- ■ ■ ♦ 4 AN FRANCISCO,.... .SEPT. 3, I*ll. ."Vf'^ii '" ' '*• * Arrived. • Sept 2— Stmr Simla Cruz, Johnson. 10 hours from Santa 'raz und Mom Landing: produce, tuOoodatl it Nelson. Stiur Kal'.r.miH, Uitrloe, 'M liotir.H from (>aviota ; 1910 >h*ep, to Lnrroob« A Husaon : vessel to (Joodall A Nelson. Slinr Dunnld, Drbney, 4 liourn from Auiesport Laud' iik; produce, to (roodall A. Nelcoii. ! Br Rhip I i 1 . a-• of Lornu. Brown, ltl cloys (rim Livoriool; IWIi toiiHooril, to Hal four, Untlirie _ 00. Ship War Hawk, William.*, Ml' days from Liverpool; . Ml tons coal, 10 Ord<r. r.ni: H*llie Jncknon, (:|i.|ii.-nl», 2!) days from Si Michel?, viiipunalaska: furs, etc, to (J ,1 Jansiin. Brig Tiiiiaiiilrn, WinK, 37 days Irom Tahiti ; morchsniib«, to I< ri'uioan, Sim tti _ (Jo Urig Slieet Anchor. l)ry»ion t •> days from Coos Bay; ■ninbar, coal, •to, to .1 It Doyle. Hurk Icnnium, Muln'.ivo, IK days from Seattle; lumber, ■I o, to G W Presuott _ (Jo, . - li-irk Forest <j!ii-«<n. Harne, 7 da»» from Port Lud low; •'.xi M lent lumbar. h*s bills 000 flub, to (J L DiDgley. Bktne Const tuition. Robertson, IB days from Sitka; iioruhHiutißn, nalnion, furs, flu, to N UioDard. JSktno Fremont, (.alter. B .Si days from Suabfck; 140 M feet lumber, UM V feet pilus. to Adams. lllinn A Co. • - i Brig J B Ford. w ks, .14 days from Colorado River; in >.illB»t, to (J A Johnson _ (Jo. .-- - . . Sthr Golden Rule, Atwood, 3 days from Bovren's Landng; tni coras bark, to Uigeius A Collins. ■> ,-u-lir Liberty, Joi-«en»oii, 3 day* from Miller's Landing; a cords bnrk, to UißKins A Oollias. Sulir Wm IreUa, Holme*. 3 days from FUk's Mills ; 10U jords wood, to Hisgius _ Collins, for Mare Island. ' bobr JNiooline, Jergeuseo, 3 days from Timber Cove; ■rood and bArk, to Hiiigma _ Collins. Bohr Free Trade-, D« Vonge. 3 days from Hardseratch; llw) railroad tie*, to West Evana. Scbr Bill the Batcher, Nelcon, 3 d«ys from Fish Rook ; ilJOi railroad ties, to West Uvans. ' t-cbr Oeo Louis, Harden. 49 hours from Fort Rots; Hi M feet lumber, to t'rrston A McKinnon. ■ Bohr .>arah Liiniiie, IJorley, 3 days from Stenart'n Point; i] M font lumber, to J A A M Cook. Sohr J Mora Mob*. Thompson. 3 days iota Rough A Ready; Ktl oords bark, to Funcke _ Wiseermaon. : Scbr Ellen A f.'atberinu, Knudseo, 4i hours from Stew4rt,» l'oiui . j;> M feet lumhai', to (J 1, Dingey, for Nap-» Sobr Wm Migbeil, Übutisiead, 36 h< urn ftora Tornalas; JO bxs batter. WO tks oats. hi) do wheat, IS tons paper, to viaater. '. Schr Three Sisters. La«s, 1(I hoars from Bowen'H Landilll 33Oii railroad tius. 10 Hey wood _ Harmon. Sobr Mary Cl»v«Uud, Griffiths, 3 days from Salmon Creek ; railroad ties and bark, to West Evans. Steam scow Twin Sisters. huydur, 41 hours from Tonates; 4*o bales bay, ta McQainsey A Co. ■ Bohr Oeoeoli, Wsltorj, id hours from' Timber Cove: vo'd and lumber, to Hinging A Uotlins. || bctir liU Floreoc«, Sobnauer, 'ii houri from Timber Jove ; ill M fuel I in her, to iiixgins _ Uoilins. I ■ , ' • Sobr is II Merrill. Mora-, '/J days from ChoumaKin Islands : BU.oJJcoda»h. to Miller _ Hall. " Sohr Fannie A Hyde Ni.Men. 8 days from Salmon Creek . iiiO railroad ties, to West Evans. ■ . . . . Bohr Hnichica. KiingHrherir. 24 hours from Gerstle'B Cove: 41 cords wood, to J Marubaot. . . Sohr Kllen Adelia. Lorenz. 3 dais from Mendooino; 100 M feet lumber, ioUode_ruy_ >ilieoi ■■ ■ ■, Scb !ii.Sw rpolße> Mohroauer, 4 d»y* from Sboalwater Bay: MAI basnets oysters, to 680 Co. ■■• • , 8C L r $Z" •?, oho ? <> ?- lim«f»on. 34 hours from Salmon Crock; 3.I'JU r>ilro«d ties, to West Evana. . • Scbr Skylark, Olsoo, 14 hours from Stewart's Point- 70 ourdi bark, to Funckn _ WasHermaon. im?^ r f No ' ma>^ r ' K.u^tel 48 hours from Onffey's Cove: 100 M feefc lumber, to G II t>urby. Sohr Einrna Adelia, engemDusen; 76 hours from Stew«t's Point ; 50 M feet luinoer. to L Dingley. ""•"-*"• -.*> By Telegraph. JvS* POINT _OBOs, September 2 -10 F. _. Weather thick; wind light SW. ; Cleaied. i */ * r Sept2-Stror' Colorado. Parker,' Panama; JDldridge _ B"no^k°(sS C? DBrlin "' Spear ' NewoaaUe. N BW; Adams, Br brig Susan. Hughes, Tahiti : J Pinet. fr brig Angelina, Bulot, Port Townsend; Moore Bros. ' SaUed. Sept 2— Stmr Colorado, Parker. Panama, Sirnr Salinas, Sudcen, Sdntu Cruz. • $ _* r _.att.bwi.Ht, Faralj«iu. Port Madison. Bark MMonety tick,t ick, Marshall. Port Townitend . iSonr J no, Anderson. Novarro River. _«tir Joaepoinß Willcatt, Henriz. Memlocino Sour Mary Kllen, Leland, Pigeon Point. - .Memoranda. 't,V lefw"ll e fw"l? 11 1* k "" Left L i v " rpool June 19tn . 1870 ; put into Hio Oot2bih. havloß pat back fiom Caoe Horn leikv r« patratl «,.d..IlHd M ? y 1871: i.»d )!»»vy we «thir eff lunll4i?W Ur^ d i h _ »l u » tor in the Pacific Aug id, NNW 1 ,i •la Ut 3 i* 8 expenonoed heavy Rales from t ,romLfvfr^ o !?o rr lll l^ po r ke B ' '"»»"«•<* trades tn m Ht n ???r Lelt '*> hul J»«» 26*": had good SK vin?.bl« _iii.?h »ith Jh N "»-9N: thence to port light l^___ss^ffi_a__ia Per forest Queon— Firat five rt*ys , '.„, , , winds: last two days light wentciVwiuds »nd . I^ r l r hark Adel«id« Oooper.To snil next day lu ** : lofl Per S II Merrill-Had the wiad frum li to SR tl.e 1.. i flfwen <iays, wit h- thick i weather; Auir 13th «»w'l!h!!; .) II Roscoe.aad AlfrHi Ada. DB on the off sl»or..M_rJSud Per FanoU-A n>do-l,eit schr Sine Jol'n So din ' f '»»^iH-'i -r*' Spoken.; » •jVAV J«s""i June S. l«'t 58 08 _, lon 71 03 W. bark Una. from ' New Lor'ne.) 0 ' b U Fr » noi » - « »>» °»t. (Pir Bnde of July Kith i (no later Ion), brig Nellie Uaetings Hall ur.^g^j'^.^h 8 . 1411 *' r*nulßor * nulßo0 ' • by tbe ■SfMM. ":■.'■'/' '.* ~ >' ' Correction. ■ ■. ■■ •xjj ,', .» MM N no I t.te, b«r«rero"s S.S .u 99 oo J el,Tof MU>rdßjld ■*?} Foreign Port*. Ems. Sproule; Br ship Sir Lanoslot, Kdmond ' P Doineatlo Ports. SAN PEDRO-Arrived Sept, 2d. 6 a ra. strnr Orizaba. i-fSJh* h9nCe AUg " gti bktn ' At «"«. Fo'.? r "fnci P A o"we«. Ved S ' Pt Ml J ° hD N *« l8 ' M Mangel..'

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2Unttoeffltnte. CALIFORNIA THEATRE. Solo Lessee and Manager....Mß. John McCitlioooh Business Manager -M it. Fhku Lystkr Stage Manager Mr. W. H. n bulky Smith Kuicitu< iii.iit of the GREAT LEGITIMATE ACTRESS, BIAS. It. p. 110 W i:iCS ! MR. JOHN McCULLOUaa as ROBERT AUDLEY. MONDAY i:VJ-:.VINO NKI'TKMBKK 4 Will in- performed the Drama in four acts, LADY A I I» 1.1. V s SECRET ! Dramatized by Brougham from the celebrated novel. Lady Audley...... .....Mrs. D. P. Powers Alicia Audley Miss May Howard Phoebe Marks Miss Sophie Edwin Mrs. Dawßon ................Mrs. C. N. Maunders Robert Andley ..............Mr. John MoCullouirh Kir Michael Audley Mr. W. H. Sedley Smith sir Harry Towers ..Mr. Owen Marlowe George Ta1b0y5...... Mr James Carden Luka Marks ..Mr. Henry Edwards Due notice wilt be given of the First Appearance of MR. JAMES >l.« 01.1.0 M Saturday, September l» nt % P. M. FIRST BOWERS MATINEE. CALIFORNIA THEATRE. *■&.?/" The Al uuaireinent, in announcing the Engagement of the Great Legitimate Actress,; ■ „ , MUM. 1). P. IfOW IKS, Takes the opportunity , to state, that a round of plays by the most celebrated Classic Dramatists In the English language will be acted, in which Mrs. Bowers will sustain the leading characters, supported by Mr. James McCollom, Mr. John , McCullougb, and the whole strength of the Company: The utmost care will be expended on the mounting of the various plays, and nothing will be left undone to render this season of Legitimate Drnma equal to ■ any which has been given Id the United States. ~ METROPOLITAN THEATRE. Montgomery street, near Washington. jjT ' Stage Manager Mr. J. H. Vinson MONDAY BEPTEMRER4 POSITIVKJLY LAST NIGHT OF THE j, OCTOROON I.X * THE OCTOROON ! THE OCTOROON : THIS OCTOROON I . •'" -'"-'with M MR. O. B. vi.incov , .„:•«'! In his Great Impersonation of I. .- ■ .:..;..%■: „,.... ■ ■ \ JACOB MCCLO9KY, MISS ISABEL, SMYTHE, ] As DORA BUNNYSIDE.

SATURDAY at » o'clock GRAND MATINEE. TUESDAY EVENING SEPTEMBER & THE MAGNOLIA ! TOE MAGNOLIA : ALHAMBRA THEATRE. Maghiiik A Eukrsuk... Proprietors fl«uM. Wktheriu Treasurer M. Ainsly Scott , Stage Manager EVERY! EVENING and SATURDAY AFTERNOON. XT ENTIRE NEW BILL ! "^fl Great Success of the New Combination ! THE BIJOU MINSTREL PALACE Nightly Filled with the Fashion of San Francisco ! THK ORBAT . IW EMERSON , MIKNTRKI,B>-S« CHARLEY HOWARD, on the Bono End, on which occasion he will sing: " Carry th« News to . Mary!", and bis " Happy Uncle John!" ■■•• ' ' SHERIDAN AND MACK. In their Dutch specialties and Barn Door Jig. THE UREAT BILLY EMERSON back, to his old stamping grounds. ■■ . ■■■' CHARLES .VIVIAN, in his Musical Sketches. M. AINSI.EY CCOTT. Continued Success of MASTER EUGENIA. TROUBLE IN THE GREEN ROOM! tfgT For further particulars see " Figaro." Dress Circle $1 00 | Private Boxen. .fS and |1O OrchPHtra 50ctd | Parquette .....25 ots The Plauo Is from the house of Kohler, Chase & Co. Seats can be secured six days in advance without extra charge. Box Ofllje open from 10 a.m. till 10 p.m. Sundays, Bto 10 p.m. Doors open at 7^ o'clock; performance to commence at B\i. WOODWARD'S GARDENS. EMBRACING a Museum, Art Gallery, Conservatories, . „ Mena§rerle and Skating Rink, EXTRAORDINARY ATTRACTION I I FOB A SHOBT TIME OMI.Y, THREE FIJI i \\Mli\l.s: Will be on exhibition and go 'through their War Dances, Song* and Drill, which they intersperse with uuearthly yells and grotesque movements and dressed In their gorgeons costumes, EVERY DAY. ■■'■•' ; ' Those Fijian Cannibal Warriors ate tho first ever exhibited on the Pacific Coast. : #gr Skating and Ml Exhibition by Prof. LOVETT KVKKV DAY and WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY EVENINGS. THIRTEENTH ANNIVERSARY FESTIVAL OV THK • &JSLIST PnARTCISCO SCHUETZEN VEREIN, ; . ON SUNDAY SKPTEMUER a, 1811, AT % SCIIUETZEN PARK, ALAMEDA. rrill! COMPANIES WILL MARCH FROM •*■ Turn-Verelo Hall, Ilush street, at H:1.% A.M. to the AJamcda Boat. At the Park there will be Targets for the public, and Cash Prizes awarded to the best shots. There will iUso be a Target for Ladles, and handsome I'rlzes will be distributed to the best shots. The Music Hand of the Company, Messrs. Schmidt and Schlotte, Leaders, will be In attendance. , f/ j j Admission to the I*ark, for Gent lenieit, SO Cts. Ladle*, Free. Boats leave San Francisco at 0, 10, 11:15 a.m., 1:30 and ■li'.ji, Leave Alamedaat 4:05, 5:15 and 7 p. m. au2B-lw THE COMMITTEE. IS^flpi LOOK OUT ollf^

RETAIL BUTCHERS' BARBECUE _n-._NT33 3t3/VTsXj T AT _E_C____T_-_EDfi=.' _E»_____Fl_E__., SUNDAY, MI'TIMIUIt S, 1871. Committee of Arrnngem ents : X Barthrop, Jack Brlllng, J I Duugarh, j Hay den, . . ■ ■'■ ■■ George Raabe, JGHhyne, Alex Hertz, H Hertz, A Newman, Wm Van Houseu, Jacob Wrey, ■ 'KFGleason, Fred Silhcl, Jus Fogarty, C Marchand, ChasL Stork. „ Tickets (admitting gentleman and 1ad1e5).. .....81 «© B£»- Anyone wishing a good day's sport will cull and see us. A thousand-pound ox will be roasted, ■ sel-td THE PERFECT lON of KOLLEIt-SKATINW MAY BE ENJOYED AT THE ,' OCCIDENTALSKATING ACADEMY (Opposite Mechanics' Fair) Day and Evening:, Sundays Exempted. . KISS i \ ICSCI I MOORE, On Skates and Velocipede, at 9 and »:UO every night *'^~f'i'~. : .]\-'-: ,}'''■■ ■ ' ■ - Md SOUTHERN .'.-PACIFIC RAILROAD ! EXCURSION" TICKETS I SANTA CLARA VALLEY AGRICULTURAL FAIR! AT HAN JOSH t INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION ! : ' [ AT SAN FRANCISCO I ~. '■ 1i• •■ ;*i '- '■. .i .' ■" ■>■*■:■ .* : ; i . ) |)t Kl\« the WEEK COUM-NCIJte August 28th Excursion Tickets will be issued from all Stations on the road to San Francisco and also to San Jose. ■■'-■■ Tickets for the round trip from San Francisco to San Jose. 88 SO— from San Jose to San Francisco including admission to the Exhlblon,' S3 OO each. A.N.TOWNE, ' A. C.BAB9ETT, "v; : ; Gen'(Bupt. Ass'tSupt. auZ7-lw J. L. WILLOPTT. Ocn'l Passenger Agent .BAGS, TENTS AND TWINES, |^OR SA.L.E MY NEVI _,__■ .1 CO. Yimr?i eft L C PrJ IV,GRAm«'l V, GRAm « ' FLOUR, ORE, BEAN, 5' a&&BF?£*Sf SUOAK, COAL, POTATO 11 A J UAM ' BACON. TOBACCO and cIS?^COV S ' : - OB^. NO8 '' WAGON ; and I LIM KN, JUTE anil COTTON TWINES " ' BURLA PH, LlN f_NB^WOKB__d COTTONS SPRING EYE PACkING and HAIL NEEDJLKS. Clay Street Bag Factory, , 113 OUy and 114 Commercial streets,' San Francisco. i J. M. NKVl___. J •-■ «. H . Rlt VANT. ' .'■• ;■-■ . , i.. ■!.,,..;, , mhi-01 , . ■ i .... „..-;... , WESTPHALIA HAM AND CAVIAR AT »AII,M.US, myll-tfO .;].■'.. 820 California street. QBAPK CORK. I>UST.-TWO TOMS prime Dry Cork Dust for packing and preserving GREEN FRUIT for Transportatlotirrthesanie quality *s that used at Malaga for packing the Almerla White Grapes for the New York Market. For sale by •?■. '"imn Si < i.\it k. >n2Mwo 4OT Front Street. GEO. MORROW, VT^n < lfAy t 'ri^r'r^ Ilrl » »ETAII. fflsf"» Special BUe^tii AIN i and FKKU of aU kluds - - conaSn^ent Mtt ni glvt ; n to e«les of Hay on ■g'g^ra'nc!.^ Btr ° et M<l - *» ' Col lal-tfo California Silk Manuf llc tHrinff Company hands to spool Silk or Cotton • A,!.* v t * - "" ! Also> . M PHILLIPS, BROWN <fe an Agents for the Company; ilfffimt s^eet. , NOTICE OF REMOVAL. '" T HR OFFICE or THE meadow vat ■f- LEY MINING COMPANY i 9i 9 removed to No a HAYWARD'S BUILDINO.4IB California atreet, San Francisco. el> r • n2t * ' ' ' "^ T. W. CO_BU»N,

political Kotkco. NOTICE TO VOTERS. JKI.KVRNTII WABD-FIBHT DISTRICT. B>«>* The Hoard or Rexlitrnllon of the nbove District will be In session flatly, between 10 o'clock a./ m. and 8 o'clock p.m., on MONDAY and TUESDAY, 1 the 4th and Athdays of September, Instant, at Flynn's store, southwest corner of Eighth and Howard streets. All voters of the District are requested to cull and see that their names are duly and properly enroll MARK HUNT, se2 . . Inspector of Election. NOTICE TO VOTERS. FIFTH WARD. B!J" Boundaries — North, California street x East and South, Market street: West Kearny street The Hoard of Enrollment will hold its linal sessions on MONDAY and TUESDAY, September and sth Office, No. IVtft Fine street, between Sansome and Montgomery. Hours, from 12 m. to 3p. m., and from 5 to 7 p. M. CARLETON W. MILLER. _ _ ,„ •• ',_ Inspector of Eleciion. N. B —AH persons then applying for enrollment are required by law, prior to the entry of their names, to furnish affidavits in regard to the length of time they have resided in the Ward and to further prove the same by oaths or witnesses whose names are already ou the Poll List of the Ward. . se2-td SECOND ~ WARD. KNBOLLMKNT OF VOTKHB. 03J- The Hoard of Knrollment for the Necond a rd rr?T ll 8.5?.'i 1 - ll!el l ! es 2, loilon MONDAY. September -ah, and TUESDAY, September sth. 1871, from 2 to 3 o'clock p. m. each day, on Powell street, one door south of Union, «el M. C. CONROY, Inspector. NOTICE |TO THE VOTERS OF THE . THIRD "WARD. OUT The Hoard of R«Klstrntlon for the I .1rollmentot voters of this Ward will be In session at. the otuce of the Inspector of Election, No. 11:* LeldesdortT street, between Sacramento and California, on MONDAY, September 4th, and TUESDAY, September sth, from 12 M. to 6 P. M., for the final revision of the Poll List and for hearing applications of those who failed to be enrolled. «*2 , R. CHUTE, Inspector of Election. SEVENTH WARD-lst ELECTION i, DISTRICT. • WT The Office of the Board of Rrglitru. a . OO T f^ ne . above Ward will be open on MONDAY and I UESDAY, from 10 o'cock a. m. till 5>6 o'clock p. m.. for the correction and revision of the Poll List. All persons are required to bring wo witnesses to prove their residence ror thlrtv days In the Ward [sel-tdj WILLIAM J. HARDY, Inspector. UINTH WARD. ~~~ JKLECTION NOTICE. *W- The Board of Registration of lie Ninth Ward will be iv session at the office or the Inspector, SO4 Bryant street, near the corner of Third, s, „1,,,, 'H>r S<l, 4th and sth, from 10 o'clock a. m. to 8 o'clock «*•»«. . J. M. BUFFINUTON, BPI -» t '' > Inspector of Election. ™ f NOTICE TO VOTERS. TWELFTH Wlltll iikvi EI.KCTION ; I ;» I MIBTBHT. m^T-.TVi? Bo »>"« 1 •' ' Kegliitratlon • for the Twelfth Ward, First District, will be In session for the enrollment or voters on MONDAY and TUESDAY tne 4th and sth of September, 1871, from 10 o'clock *:■£' *? JL°' clock '*• M and from Bto 8 o'clock p. m., at No. 1.038 Polk street, southwest corner of Pacific ■** : K. CROUQHWELL, Inspector. ' FIRST "W'AR.tJ. ""♦ -.• NOTICE TO VOTERS.

„■*! * v «? Board of ICoai.u itllon of the above \\ urd will hold their final meeting for the purpose of revising »nd correcting the Poll List, commencing on MONDAY, the Ith <!ay of September, 1871. and continuing as hereinafter set forth until the time of opeumglbe Polls on the day of election, September 6lh 1871: MONDAY and TUKSDAY, from » a. m to Ii noon, from Ito<l r m. , aud from 7 to !) p m. Ofllce. corner of Front and Chamber streets auai-td MICHAEL REI I. LY, luspector. SIXTH WARD. Bfco- The Board of Reslatratlon for the Sixth ward will be in session at 811 Cluy street, between Dupoutaua Stockton, MONDAY, the 4th, and TUESDAY, the sth, for the purpose of revising and completing the Poll List lor the (General Ele-tion to be held on WEDNESDAY, the Sixth day of September, Offlce Hour*— From 1O A. M. to 8 P. M. All persons entitled to vote in the Slxtti Ward whose names are not enrolled on tlie Poll List of said Ward are requested to apply to tho Boar.J without deluy. _au3l JAMES C. HARVEY, Inspector. noticle~to~^oters7~ **~ Offlccof the Bnardof ReirlHtrullon of the tuurth Precinct. Tenth Ward.— Notice l» hereby given that the above Board will be in session dully, between the hours of II a. m. and 8 p. m., ou the »d, 4th and «th days of September, proximo, at the otllco, southwest comer of Fourth and Howard streets, for the purpose of correcting the Poll List and enrolling voters for the (Jeneral Election to be held on the lilh of September, >b7l. Persons can only be placed on the Poll List upon making the oaths aud furnishing the evidence required by law. Blanks furnished at the oftlceot the Board. .I. p. 0001 [DOB, »u29 td I nspector of Election. NOTICE. {SrOfflceof the Board of ReKlMtraUon of the Eleventh Ward, Precluct No. 2.— Notice is hereby given that the Board of Registration for the Second Precinct of the Eleventh Ward will be lv session daily between the hours of 10 a. m. and S p. m. on the SECOND, FOURTH and FIFTH DAYS OK SKPTEMHKR, proximo, at the ollice on Twenty-second street, h'rst house e»«t of Valencia, for the purpose of correcting the Po!l List aud enrolling voters for Hie OJt-n-eral Election to be. held ou the till: of September, 1871 Persons nan only be placed upon the Poll LlßUupon milking the oaths aud furnUbing tlie evidence required by law; and (Junks of these atltdavitx will be furnished at the ofllce of the Board. WM. SHELLY, » u2 7 Inspector of Election. General Election, September 6tJi, 18717 EIGHTH WARIT-2d PRECINCT. FINAI^ MEETING. #t>* The Hoard of Reyrlntratlun will be lv session at Dashaway Hull, MONDAY and TUKSDAY, September Ith und sth. commencing each day at 10 o'clock a. m.. an. l will ndjoiini from time to time, as the occasion may require, until TUESDAY, September sth, at 6 o'clock p. m. au27 FRANKLIN WILLIAMS, Inspector. NOTICE TO TKNTII UVUI) IIKV! PRECINCT. Cm" The Board of Registration for the Tenth Ward, First Precinct, will oe in session for the enrollment of voters on MONDAY and TUESDAY, the 4th aud Sth ot September, 1871, from 12 m. to 3 o'clock p. m., and from 6 to 8 o'clock p m. each day, at Mar. ksy's Cigar Store, i:t Tliird street. auiiO ISAAC H. HOPKrNS, Inspector. ELEVENTH WARD 3d PRECINCT. ew The Office for the Enrollment of Voters wlllbeopen at the store of Joliu Hurkins, coiner of sixteenth street and I'otrero A venuv. MO\l> \ Y";u.l TUESDAY, Si-ptemberid. lib and Sth, 1871. llouis I'rom 1 to H i. m. each day. uuHltd J. BALDWIN, Inspector. General Kioction, NeptemlMr <>th, 1871. ELEVENTH WARD 4th DISTRICT. «••:' Tin- Hoard or RfKUtrntloii will i..- In his ion at ROM 1 UhioViin, coiner of Tenili street and Railroad Avenue, ou lUOiMIIAY anil TtfKSDAY the -Ith hum Mil of September, IM7I, from :i (n 7 P.M. eacn day, for the purpose of correcting tlie Poll Lint and enrolling voters. Persons applying niu."l brlog witness :md lake the usual oath. W. M. LARMOUR, Inspector. August 38tb, 1871, au»)-td

Regular Republican Candidate . . FOR ASSEMBLY, CHARLES GOODALL se2-td TAX-PAYERS' NOMINEE. WILLIAM ALVORD, 3^ OH. -JMLjSL YOR. au24-td ■ ALEX. BADLAM, TAX-PAYERS' NOMINEE FOR ASSESSOR. au2o-td INDEPENDENT CANDIDATE FOR SUPERVISOR OF THE lath WARD. IS COMPLIANCE WITH THE UltlllXl . of numerous citizens and Clubs of the 12th Ward I hereby announce myself as an Independent Candidate for Supervisor of said War J. au2o-td* CHARLES H. STAN VAN. TAX-PAYERS' NOMINEE FOB JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, Edward P. Batchelor, ATTORNEY AT LAW, >• Office, No. 10 ; Montgomery Block, al&td* Sou th east corner Montgomery and Washington

TAX-PAYERS' NOMINEE FOR SIIISKIFF JAMES ADAMS. J null Present Supervisor of the Tenth Ward. FOB 1 the -ajs«s*em::b:il.y, JULIUS PLATSHEK. : Ki'Kiilur Dcmocr ti« Nominee. ' ■ • ■•:""* "' * aaUr-jA ■ ' FOR STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF tiii, PUBLIC SCHOOLS. HENRY N. BOLANDER, Republican Nominee. r.-.-l.;-^....: . Jyl)> . REGULAR DEMOCRATIC ; NOMINEE i ■"■•V:"'- — 'T ;^.--::- ■*:''.;■-■ ( FOR CITY AND 1 COUNTY ; J ASSESSOR, LEVI ROSENER,

IMii:si;\T INCUMBKNT. • : - '•'..! «u23-t(l — — — " — . t THE CELEBRATED MITRAILLEUSE WIM, BE ON EXHIBITION DAILY mvnta&JLSSBZZ attoitsts PHOM 10 o'clock a. m. till « p. M. > At CONGRESS HALL, 320 Bush Street, Between Montgomery aud Kearny! **""—■■•••. tut* -«-- : - ... v. MiSftTrc uentß

JWinittfl yptkeg, Ph^S lx Sllv « Mining * .'omiMiny-Locn. caUon of Works. Eureka, Eureka Mining District, Lander County, state of Nevada. -Notice. —There are delinquent upon the following described stock, on account of assessment (No. 2) levied ou the IMth day of July, A. D. 1871, the several amounu set opposite the names of the respective shareholders, a« follows : XT m No.of No.of na Names. m , Certiflcate. Shares. Anit Barton W 11, Trustee 636 25 Hi 50 "OK"' O H... 890 15 760 Boyd #, Davis, Trustees 882 100 ROW) Itoyd & Davis, Trustees 505 100 60 mi lloyd A Davis, Trustees 618 100 50 0) Boyd & DavlH, Trustees liflii 100 ftO 00 Boyd <fe Davis, Trustees 572 100 50 00 Hoy I & Davis, Trustees 573 100 80 00 Boyd A Davis, Trustees .....677 100 00 00 Boyd A Davis, Trustees .880 100 59 00 Boyd <fc Davis. Trustees 685 SO 25 00 80yd & Davis, Trustees 605 50 25 00 Hoy.l A Davis. Trustees m .V) 25 00 Boyd it pavis. Trustees «o» 50 26 00 Royil A puvls, Trustees ...........Bio 50 25 00 Boyd A Davis, Trustees fill 60 25 00 Boyd A Davis, Trustees — 612 60 25 00 Royd * Davis, Trustees 613 50 25 00 Hoyd A Davis, Trustees 617 60 26 00 Boyd A Davis, Trustees 611) 50 25 00 Boyd A Davis, Trustees .881 fit) 25 00 Boyd A Davis, Trustees 625 80 25 00 Boyd A Davis, Trustees 626 90 26 00 Boyd A Davis, Trustees ......... i..fc» BO 25 00 Hoyd A Davis, Trustees ........... .675 100 80 00 Boyd A Davis, Trustees 678 100 50 00 H.iyd ADavls.Truateoß 6W) 200 100 00 Boyd A Davis, Trustees 684 SO 25 00 Cutler II I 1",I 1 ", Trustee 39U 15 750 Cuyalller .1 11 X, Trustee ..........an 200 100 0J Cahlll A I<ojr.,Ti'iiste«'S ...>..»* 530 -SO" 25 (X) ( ahill A Kox.Trusteea..... .527 20 \ "10 00 9;!' |M! ( i e .° Wl Trl «^e 631 100 fiO 00 J 1 Itch JR, Trustee 555 50 35 00 Head Ah m 21) mo 50 00 HearstGeo.... 79 too 50 00 UUU U , l , U } i', O i llTrustee M 50 25 00 Mull N 11, Trustee 52!> SOO 150 00 Kent It l«, Trustee „,,. 93 6U 25 00 Kent It F, Trustee ...148, m- 25 (HI Kent RF, Tru5tee.......... „..*»■ 100 50 00 Kent R F, Trustee 1.....400 100 60 00 Kent R F.Tiustee 522 50 25 00 1 ■;>">'""'•>««, Trustee 455 100 50 00 McDonald A Whitney, Trashes __:«n 200 100 CO McDonald & Whitney, Trustees.. 46l 100 60 00 McDonald A Whitney, Trustees. 60 25 00 McDonald A Whitney, Trustees. .s* I 100 60 00 Minor B it, Trustee .....1)8 60 25 00 McDonald MJ, Trustee 476 100 .60 10 Mitchell J S, Trustee 418 200 ■ 100 00 Meyer A, Trustee ....»..i»2 80 23 00 Richardson C M, Trustee 389 100 60 00 Richardson li A. Trustee 15 60 25 00 Richardson X a, Trustee ..27 500 250 00 RchardHon X A, Trustee 81 100 50 00 Richardson E A, TrUstee 46 200 100 00 Rlchurdson X A, Trustee M .100 . 50 00 Richardson E A, Trustee. :.'.... 57 '■:'■ 50 ■ 25 00 Richardson E A, Trustee 71 100 60 00 Richardson X A. Trustee 87 50 25 no Richardson E A, Trustee 11l 100 50 00 Richardson E A, Trustee ......144 t 50 : 25 00 Richardson E A, TniB'«e 1.5 100 -50 00 Richardson X A, Trustee ISO 100 50 00 Richardson X A, Trustee 201 500 250 00 Richardson K. A, Trustee 209 100 60 00 Richardson IS A, Trustee.. -w 257 ■ 200 100 00 Kichardson EA, Trustee 27S ' 100 •' 50 80 Richardson X A, Trustee 305 3CO 150 00 itichardson KA, Trustee... -102 ,50. 25 00 Richardson EA, Trustee... 409 100 ' '50 00 Richardson E A, Trlt -tee 419 100 60 00 Richardson X A, Trustee 450 I 2 50 Richardson X A, Trustee .470 100 60 00 Richardson I' , A. Trustee .475 " 250 125 00 Richardson X A, Truste.' 4!»5 50 25 00 Richardson E A, Trustee 4UB 80 26 00 Richardson E A, Trustee 499 50 25 00 Richardson E A, Trustee 502 500 250 00 Richardson KA, Trustee 505 ' 250 125 00 Richardson E A, Trustee 524 100 60 00 Richardson X A, Trustee 644 100 60 00 I. nil. in. in E A, Trustee 545 100 ' 50 00 Richardson A, Trustee 5(12 too 60 00 Richardson EA, Trustee 5'G ■-SMO- - 100 00 Ulchardson E A. Trustee 659 150 75 00 Richardson E A, Trustee 6H7 100 60 00 Klchardson X A. Trustee ...604-, 70 .35 00 Schmiedell H, Tru5tee..... ....... 122 ■' ' 100 50 00 •Sleeper Oeo, Trustee 460 200 100 do Vesurla Louis. Trustee 891 IS 7 .SO Webster O G, Trustee 385 200 100 00 Woods F 11, Trustee. 341 .100 60 00 Woods FH, Trustee ..341 '100 60 00 And in accordance with law and an order of the Board of Trustees, made on the 24th day of July, A, D. 1871, so tnnny shares of each parcel of Bald stock as may be necessary will be sold at the office of the Company, Room No. 2, Express Building, northeast corner of California and Montgomery streets. San Francisco, California, on TUESDAY, September 19th, 1871, at the hour of one o'clock p. m. of said day, to pay an 1 1 riplinquent a esessment thereon, together \vltl> josisof advertising and expenses of sale. JOSEPH MAGI! IRK, .Secretary. OiHce— Room No. 2 Express Building, northeast corner of California and Montgomery streets, Son Francisco. California. . . au29-td , BEST .IhiUhi.ii Mining Company— Location of Works, Eureka, Ltinder Couuty, Nevada.— Notice is h-ri-oy given that at a meeting of the Board of Trustees of Knid Company, held on the 30th day of August, A. D. 1871, an assessment (No. 1; of Twenty-five Cents a share wai levied upon th- capital st>ck of said company, payable immediately, In United Slates gold con, to the Secretary, at the Company's otlice, No. 41» California street, <sau Francisco, California. . Any Btocn upon which sal* assignment hull remain unpaid on the Ith day of October, 1871, shall be deemed delinquent, and will hi duiy advertised lor sale at public auction, and unless pay ment shall be made before, will be sold on TUESDAY, October, 24th, 1871, to pay the delinquent assessment, together, with the i:osu» of advertising and expenses of sale. By order of the Board of Trustees. H. C. X i HISK, Secretary. Office— 21,' Hay ward's Building, No. 119 California street, San Francisco, California. , au3l

•*"Oenernl l^?e Silver !Minln Cnmpuni — J^o wrttiou, White Pine District, White Pine County, Ne- | vada.— Is hereby given, that at a meeting or the Board of Trustees of said Company, held on the 25th day of August, 1871, an assessment of Ten Cents per share was levied upon the capital stock of said Company, payable Immediately, In United States gold colu, to the Secretary, 42 Montgomery street, San Francisco, California. Any stock upon which said assessment shall remain unpaid on the twenty-ninth day of September, 1871.' shall l>» deemed delinquent, and will bo duly advertised for sale at public auction, and unless payment shall be made before, will be sold on FRIDAY, the thirteenth day of October, 1871, to pay the delinquent assessment, together with the costs of advertising and expenses of sale. By order of the Board of Trustees. ««. -„o»r C AS. F. SCHUI./.K, Secretary. OHlce— Montgomery street, San Francisco. a 2« BfBT SeureKiited llelclier Milling Company— cation of Works, Ui>kl Hill District, Storey County, state of Nevada.-Notice— There Is delinquent upon the foHowlng described stock, 011 account of assessment No. 14, levied on the 20lh day of July, 1871. the several amounts set opposite the names of tue respective .shareholders, as follows : „. . . M•- • No. of No. of : ' „ Name. . Certificate. i Shares. Amt Barton W IT, Trustee 2103 50 1250 00 Barton WU, Trustee... 2103 5 2.5 00 BachFW. 1897 » 5 f)00 Bourne KM, Trustee IMS 50 250 00 Bourne It M, Trustee 1966 20 100 W Hartley William 2018 20 WO 00 Brown 80, Trustee .......:.222l flo". 250 00 S ' 'n,".! < 'i 'i l ' r l > .? tee '•" 22 SO 25" 00 C , a '.' X A Co, Trustees 18.14 50 . 250 00 Calilll X A Co, Trustees. .....2001 30 150 00 Cahll IS & Co, Trustees 2114 100 600 IX) ACo, Trustees .-JUS 100 500 01) Can tin A Kverett. Trustees .......2071 60 2.50 00 CavalllerJ Trustee 2100 60 250 00 Drexler L P ;. l&y) 60 250 00 De Lorme U V, Tru5tee .......... MM 10 50 00 Eyre X X, Trustee..: .1753 5 ,25 00 Kyie X X, Tru5tee......... 1765 10 50 l>o gyre £ X, Tru5tee.......... 1898 10 50 00 Eyre E, Trustee 2210 20 100 Keun TW Trustee 2171 60 250 00 }< lass II 15 A Co, Trustees ...... ..1687 10 60 00 P agK H H A Co, lYustees 1589 5 25 00 Flagg H IT, Trustee 195!) 60 250 00 azier A Selgsberg, Trustees 1710 i 10 50 00 Glaxler A Hellgsberg, Trustees 1750 80 1W 00 Ula/.ler A Kell Kn l»eri{, Trustees 1827 35 175 00 Glazier A Hellgsbnrg, Trustees 1842 50 26» 00 Glazier A Seliysborg, Trustees 2ltK) 50 250 00 HenckeH 208tf 2 •• 10 00 HIU A»• Rustee 17H6 10 mmi HillAK'rrusteo 1854 ;5 26 00 HenckeWm 1981 60 250 00 HeackeWm [<mi 20 100 00 jonea j p,,,,.,,, .......... .;.... ...i(tn6 a 'mm Kelly Martin, trustee 2046 ; A) 2.50 00 veene.l It, Trustee 2082 .0 MOM Ml i ? l \ k f. i TM Jl ltce 1724 50 250 00 Jr. U! "■' "• 'llslee 175H 20 100 00 Mtchi-H ■' B, Trustee 20W in 60 00 Mitchell JB, trustee 2075 25 125 00 M«.c.,ii..u,fi. II v S 1«27 in 600 00 Mnnim-iiieJ de lit 221 10 MOO MelUiiW Wm Trustee I8!t« 60 250 HO North CliurlesAl, I rustee ...1»94 20 100 00 is iohois Job.. B. trustee 2105 20 100 00 OBrleu ' ■'""■'•. Trustee -.'Otis no 250 00 OBr en Moh»e, Trustee 8088 M 250 00 1 . "IV Michael, Trustee 2081 BO 250 00 nussellJ B,Triiste« 2054 20 KM) 00 It char, son BA, Trustee.... 2143 .to 250 00 He liurdsonK A, Trustee 2181 20 100 00 . Hmnlson A, Trustee 2187 200 1000 00 UuHsoim H, Trustee 2142 10 60 00 S, C .h! ll dd U r I V ir ' lalee 2OHO 40 200 00 HShJSjK (",T rU8 cc 2072 50 250 00 HclilHHt II 1.. Trusteo 2164 10 50 00 schmltt lE. Trustee 2im» 50 mm Sherwood BK. Trustee IMS km) 500 00 Sherwood r.Trustee BOM 100 500 00 ScCUefl H^s^e for-piJu^ 7 » 10 ° W sJlnfifeden l^;TrusVee7or PBdm. 19 0 l °° W ° °° -riV ll | la •".*•":.-, .....1961 100 »X) 00 '1 ihbey KB, Trustee 204!) 25 1 ■.'.■> 00 Urban Joseph J 85D 10 80 00 •'"■ ban Joseph ; 1715 30 150 00 woods A i tbeesman, Trustees 15!)0 100 500 00 Woods A Choesman, Trustees 1771 5 86 00 Woods A Cbe.-sniun, Trustees 1817 ID 50 00 Hade A I', Trustee 1..3130 50 250 00 Wa<loA P.Trusteo 2131 20 -100 00 We eh A llerr, Trustees m.i 100 600 00 Welch A llerr, Trustees 1!»74 40 200 00 Wegand Conrad, Trustee 1647 5 25 00 Wlegand Conrad, Trustee ..154H 5 28 00 W . O(M ! a '' J. 'trustee .2020 10 50 00 Woods F 11, Trustee 2030 50 250 00 Woods F H, Trustee 2051 40 2(« 00 Woods F 11, Trustee 2107 60 250 00 Woods Fit, Trustee... 216« 45 22-» 00 Woods F It, Trustee 2218 90 • 450 00 Cant In A Everett, Trustees 1631 10 50 00 And In accordance with law and an order of the Board of Trustees, mado on the 20th day of July, 1871, so many shares of each parcel of said stock an may be necessary, will be sold at public auction, at the office or the Company. Room No. 45, Merchants' Exchange Building. California street, San Francisco, Calitoriila,on tuoT\VELFm(I2tb)DAY OF SISPTKM-81-.lt, 18, 1, at the hour of one o'clock p. m. of said day, to pay Hiiid delinquent assessments thereon, together with costs of advertising and expenses of the sale. ■ .%«. t, » EDWARD V. STONE, Secretary. O lice— No. 45 Merchants' Exchange Building, California street, San Francisco. California. N. -'V, lv ' r " charges, *2 each certificate. August 24th, 1871. au24-td aroouday Silver Mlnlnjr «'o»i|.miy.- Location of Works: White Pine Mining District, White Pine County, State of Nevada.— N6tlce-There are delinquent upon the following described stock, on account or Assessment (No 8) levied ou the thirteenth day of July, 1871, the several amounts set opposite the names of the respective shareholders, as follows : ._ ■■'■ ■- . . . ... , . No. of No. of

Names. Certlflca'te. Shares. Amt. Anderson, EM 226. 5 100 Adams Samuel (bal) 371 9 180 Bourue R M, Trustee. ; 581 20 4 00 Boarne R M, Trustee... 782 5 1 (X) Barton W 11, Trustee : 6<4 60 10 00 Bread ll L. Trustee 658 45 nuo Bailey Or JC 7»;r 30 60) Bernard A F, Trustee (ball 7fts ' p-4™ 80 Child A J r one!i < Trustee (bal) 257 12 240 Child «ft Jones, Trustee 087 100 j 20 00 Cahill E A Co, Trustee ....807. , .3- . 60 I'on^don Oeo (bal) fi5T, 7 140 CourstnO A, Trustee 811 60 10 00 Dean a A 758 60 10 t>o « AX, Trustee :J2O 50 10 00 g A K.J/"Btee..V.. i... 327 , fiO • 10 00 5! A ft- trustee...... .....:«9 60 10 00 5 AE, Trustee 341 V) 10 00 Hill AE. Trustee 444 y:, . ii» 00 man Lewis (bal) : 7»7 3 -60 tOeoH, Trustee m 60 10 00 Ives R O, Trustee 228 i.'O 4 00 fves RO, Trustee (bal) .237. . 6 '120 KassenCH 848 52 10 40 Monteith Andrew.............. 833 73 14 00 McDonald A Whitney, Trustees Ll 100 »'• 20 00 McDonald A Whitney, Trustees 666 200 40 00 McDonald & Whltuey, Trustees 668 80 16 00 Mitchell JS, Trustee 894 100 20 00 Martin MS, Trustee „..5U 101) 20 00 Martin M fe. Trustee .599 100 20 00 McDonald Trustee 626 300 60 00 McDonald M J, Trustee 870 2 40 M.I. M.I, Trustee 875 73 14 60 McDonald MJ, Trustee 87* . 100 •• - 20 00 McDonald MJ, Trustee 881 > 200 « 40 00 McDonaldMJ 635 1(10 20 00 Mason Th0ma5.......... .....798 • 60 10 00 Neal Chas 8, Trustee 854 100 20 0 E a f,«Nath;i 59 100 2000 Fasro Nath'l.... 00 '33 «60 Parker WC, Trustee 55-t 100 2000 Klcliardson fe A, Trustee 881 101 20 "0 lllchardson KA, Trustee 889 80 16 00 Richardson E A, Trustee 890 72 14 .111 Smith Phil (hall 215 6 .1 20 Stevens C, Trustee 246 ,6 100 Schmilt » L, Trustee 606 50 10 00 Mchmittß L, Trustee. 877 100 20 00 Sparrow Trustee,... 70!( 100 20 00 Sorew (Jeo S, Trustee.... 850 100 20 00 (Sleeper tieoS, Trustee 876 100 20 00 Stewart Robt 888 38 7 60 .'"•'V';*' Trustee .755 25 r: 500 Üb>r.T Clem, Trustee «» . 1110 20 00 Uhl«rJ Clem, Trustee 641 100 20 00 Uhlor J Clem, Trustee 648 100 ,20 00 UhlerJ Clem, Tru5tee.... ;...... ... 649 100 '20 00 ■ And in accordance with law and an order of the Board of Trustees, made on the 13th day of July 1871, so many shares of each parcel of said stock as may he necessary, will be sold at the office of the Com p ? ?? y '. Room No. 2. Ex P r ess Building, northeast corner 0 California and Montgomery streets, Han Fruncisco, on MONDAY, September 18th, A. D. 1871, at the hour of 1 o'clock p. m. of said day, to pay said delinquent assessment thereon, together with costs of advertising and expenses of sale. ■ . b d - . JOSEPH MAGUIRE, Secretary, r , i, 00111 . No - 2 Express Building, northeast corner of Crt ? )ril a and Montgomery- streets,. San Frauci«co, California. 1 ■■■-■> * ■* ■■--■-■■*■■■ au22-td ■ Bfißf- Nt. I^oula Oold and Sliver Mining Conall location of Works, Silver City, Storey County, State of Nevada.— Notice is hereby given, that at a meeting of the Board of Trustees of said Company, held ou the 17th day of August, 1871, mi assessment 0/ 1 Dollars per share was levied upon the capital stock of said Compauy, payable Immediately, in United Htau-s gold coin, to the Secretary, at the office 'm th « n c ' om P ? 1 Room No. If), Hay ward's Building. No. 419 California street, San Francisco, California. Any stock upon which said assessment shall remain unpaid on the 20th day of September, 1871, shall o" deemed delinquent, and will be duly udvertiw-d forsale at public auction, and unless payment shall be made before, will bo sold o*i MONDAY, t lie Dth day of October, 1871, to pay the delinquent assessment, together with coats of advertising and expenses of stile By order of the Board of Trustees. *

«™ « ' »r . ,, T W - X - DEAN, Secretary. f Office-Room No. 19. Hay ward's Building, No. 419 California street, San Francisco. California. .'• an is S3- Consolidated Virginia MlnlnßComnnnv— -ocation of Works, Virginia Mining I "strict, storey County. Nevada.— Notice Is hereby given, that at a meeting of the Board or Trustees of Bald Co pan v held on the Mrst day of August, A. D. 1871, an iwieiw' ment(No. 9) of One Dollar and Fifty nts per share was levied upon the capital stock of said Couiiiauv payable immediately, in United States gold coin to the Secretary of the Company, at the office of the Company, Room No. 10, No. 40 * California street, San Francisco, California. Any stock upon which said assessment shall remain unpaid on the fifth day of September, A D? 1871, m fan be deemed delinquent, and will be duly advertised for sale at public auction, and unless payment shall b « «nade before, will be sold on TUKSDAY the 26th day of .September, A. D. 1871, to pa/ the deJlnqueut assessment, together with coats of advertlslmand expenses of sale. ««. DAVID T. BAGI.EY, Secretary Pr°a^o%Kia! ifOrnla "'^ \^ l**"fTlW« «'HKAP ANUQOUI) AT XIIJB orinhiVtfee* J ° b Frlntll> Offlce.No. P29c""

Jtlining Notices t «ar .lullu Oola and Silver Mining CompanyLocation, Virginia Mining District, Storey county, State of Nevada— Notice.— Notice is hereby given that at a meeting of the Board of Trustees of said Company, held on the 3lst day of August, 1871, an assessment of Fifty Cents (50 cents) per share was levied upon the capital stock of said Company, payable Immediately, In United States gold coin, to the Secretary, at the office ot the Company, No. 419 California street, San Francisco, California, Any stock upon which said assessment shall remain unpaid on the 4th day of October, 1871, shall he deemed delinquent, and will be duly advertised for sale at public unction, and Unless payment shall be made before, will be sold on SATURDAY, the 23d day of October, 1871, to pay the delinquent assessment, with the costs or advertising and expenses of tho sale. By order of the Board of Trustees. A. NOEL, Secretary. Office-Room No. 15 Hayward's Building, No. 4 l9 California street, San Francisco. California. sel-td i#£ttci»«;i«>in-riil I.e.- Silver Mining Company— *«» Locution, White Pine District, White Tine County, Nevada.-— Notice Is hereby given, that the Annual Meeting of the stockholders of the abovenamed Mining Company will be held on TUESDAY, the 19th day of September, 1871, at 4 o'clock p. It, at the orlice of the Company, f-iit Montgomery street, San Francisco, for the election of Trustees to serve the ensuing year, and for the transaction of other business. (HAS. F. BCHULZB, Secretary. Otlice— tin Montgomery Htreet.Sau Francisco. , San Franciuco, August Slat, 1871. sel mm- Meadow Valley Kxtennlon Mining Company—Location of Works, Ely Mining District, Lincoln County, Nevada— Notice— There are delinquent up-in the following described stock, on account of HNsi.mmciit (No. 5; levied on the llfth day of July, 1871, the several amounts set opposite the namt* of the spectlve shareholders, as follows : Shareholders' No. of No. of Names. Certificate. Shares. Ami. Flnley Asi Jame5........ 140 25.. $36 00 Dennis Maloney 154 10 10 00 And in accordance with law and an order of the Board of Trustees made on the fifth day of July, 1871. so many shares of each parcel of said slock as may he necessary, will be sold at public auction at the office of the Company, Room 15, Duncan's Building, No. 411!.. California street, Ban Francisco, California, at » o'clock p.m. on MONDAY, the rent Ii day of «e|i- ■ eiulM-r, 1871, to pay wild delinquent assessment thereon, together with costs of advertising and expenses of «ale. T. W. COLBURN, Secretary. Office— Room 15 Duncan's Building, No. 411 X California street. San Francisco. California. aul4-td •»* Original Hidden Treasure Mining Company— Location ot Works, Treasure City, White I'iue County, State of Nevada.— : is hereby given, that at a meeting of the Trustees of said Company, held on the sixth day of July, 1871, an assessment it lwo Dol'ars per snare was levied upon the capital slock of said Company, payable Immediately, in United SUites gold coin, to the Secretary, at the office of the Company, Room No. 26 Hay ward's Building, No. 419 California street, San Francisco, California. Any stock upon which said assessment shall remain unpaid on WEDNESDAY, the ninth (9th) day August, 1871, shall be deemed delinquent, and will be duly advertised for sale at public auction, and unless payment shall be made before, will be sold on SATURDAY, the Second day of September, 1871, to pay the delinquent assessment, together with costs of advertising and expenses of sale. By order of the Board of Trustees. . D. A. JENNINGS, Secretary. Office— Room No. 28 Hayward's Building, No. 419 California street, San Francisco, California. Jy6-td POSTrONEMENT-The advertisement, of the delinquent list on thn above assessment Is postponed to Nrptember Tin, 1871, and the day or sale Is postponed to Wednesday, the ( enty-»eventh day of ■„.!.,,, 1871.' By order of the Board of Trustees. y %\t * 1). A. JENNINGS, Secretary I San Francisco, August Bth, 1871. au9 ' »■») - t'olumbn* Mining Company — Location, Menoma Flat, Placer County, California.— Notice Is hereby given that at a meeting ot the Board of Trustees of said Company, held on the Bth day of August, 1871, an assessment of one dollar ($1) per share was levied upon the assessable capital stock of said Company, payable Immediately, in United States gold coin, to the Secretary, at the office of the Company, No. 419 Culifurnia street. San Francisco, California. . Any stock upon which said assessment shall remain unpaid on the 12th day of September, 1871, shnll be deemed deliuquent.and will be duly advertised for sale at public auction, and unless payment shall lie made before, will bo sold on SATURDAY, the 30th day of September, 1871, to pay the delinquent assessment, with the costs of advertising and the expenses of sale. By order of the Board or Trustees. _,„ • _ A. NOEL. Secretary. Office— Room No. 15, Hayward's Building, No. 419 California street. San 'Francisco, California. \ au9

«••- ltackeye Oold and Silver Mining * <•■»- pany— Location of works, Devil's Gate District, Lyon County. State or Nevada— Notice— There are delinquent upou the following described stock on account of assessment (No. 1) levied on the 19th day of July, 1871, the several amounts set opposite the names of the respective shareholders, as follows: - ■ No. of No. of Names. Certificate. Shares. Amt. '.V 10 1 ! 0 " 8 9— V" --—-— -•- »6 50 »50 00 Boyd A Dhvls. Trustees 225 1000 1000 00 BogartO II 187 25 25 00 Barton WH, Trustee ;.182-- 50 „50 00 Crilcher U, Trustee.."..:...: ...;;'79 200 200 On Cathcart A B, Trustee 1)5 25 25 00 Coursen, (II A, Trustee 213 75 75 00 Cahill A Fox, Trustees..: .-. 303 \ '■ : 60 ■ •60 00 C.ivalller .1 ft E, Trustee- ....265 5 5 00 Driscoll James. Trustee .' 275 25 25 00 Duncan W 1,, Trustee 294 150 150 no Flags II .11, Trustee ...86 10 10 00 Klmkk II H. Trustee 88 ■-. 10 -■ 10 no Flagg H H, Trustee ....:; :. 90 .■. ■ 10 r 10 00 Hestor Martin 113 25 25 00 Hall NH, Trustee 198 160 150 00 Kent R F, Trustee |Mi 25 26 00 Klopenstlne . 1, Trustee.i.....-...::;.'. 220 1000 ■ 1000 00 Llssalc LB, Trustee 256 250 '£■*) 00 McDonald A Whitney, Trustees 64 5 \' 500 MtDenald A Whitney, Trustees 108 .• 5 •... ..5 00 McDonald A Whitney, Trustees 217 '• j6O P 60 00 McDonald A Whitney, Trustees 218 " "T" 5' 500 McDonald A Whitney, Trustees 302 10 10 00 Martin A Lane, Trustees 242 60 60 00 McKaddin li, Tru5tee.:...::.'......:. 40 ' 10» - 10000 ALcFaddin E, Trustee 45 80 80 00 MoFaddln X, Tiustee 101 600 500 00 McKaddin K. Trustee 163 38 38 00 McFaddin X, Trustee 168 100 100 0j McKaddin X, .Trustee .... 170 100 - >- 100 00 McFaddiu E, Trustee... .^,..171 ■* 100 100 00 McKaddin X, Trustee 174 100 100 00 McKaddin B, Trustee : 203 37V 37 00 i.V 41"4 1 " EL, Trustee -„...^3O 260 ; ; 250 on llichardson X A, Tru5tee..........*.. 65 100 J 100 00 Ulchardson E A, Trustee 112 50 50 00 Richardson KA, Trustee 26'J 200 200 00 lUchurdson KA, Trustee 27» .-,30 30 00 Uicliard.son KA, Trustee 281 •60 60 00 Richardson EA, Trustee 283 200 200 00 Richardson KA, Trustee .....284- '200 200 DO Richardson X A. Trustee 290 00 50 00 Uolpii James, Trustee 306 380 350 00 Sleeper George, Trustee 67 200 200 00 HchmlttßL.Trustee ;99 100 100 00 Schmittß I<. Trustee 285 200 200 00 Thompson Wm 24 ;. 25 ,25 00 Woods FH, Trustee 252 150 - 150 00 Woods F 11, Trust 256 100. 100 00 Woods KH, Trustee.'..'..... :.:...268 200 '' 200 00 Woods F H, Trustee.. 272 100 100 CO Woods F 11, Trustee 289 400 400 00 Woods F 11, Trustee ....: 296 UK) 100 00 Woods F H, Trustee..'.. ....•.'.:■. 299 100 100 00 And in accordance with law anil an. order of the Board of Trustees, mudc on the l'Jthduy of July, 1871, so many shares of racli parcel of suid stock as may be necessary will be Bold at the otUce of the Company, Room No. 2 Express Building, northeast corner of CalUornia unit Montgomery streets, Sau Francisco, on Friday, -tuber Stli, A. .1). 1871, at the hour of one o'clock v. m. of said day, to pay said delinquent assessment thereon, together with costs of advertising and expenses of sale. - - .„ „ JOSEPH MAG UIRE, Secretary. * Room No. 2, Express ' Building, northeast corner of California and Montgomery street*, Ban Francisco, California. J;J« ..,•„. . au23 t BCS- Marble Pulls Mli.lnn C'»ni|>iuiy-Ix>ra-lion of Works: Mammoth District, Nye County, State of Nevada.— Then) are delinquent upon the folio wing described stock, on account of usuessiueut No. s,levied, levied on July 12th, 1871, the several amounts set opposite the names or the respective shareholders, as follows : ' T No. or No. Names. Certlttcato. Shares. Amt. Burton O 11, Trustee 64 40 *20 00 Burton C 11, Trustee 65 10 5 00 DeunCT... ..:...: 47 S3 16 60 Hill Fred A. Trustee ...82 100 50 00 iuiiFrwiA,Triisiee'....«x«,»...... i 100 WOO Hill Fred A, Trustee #1 co 2-5 00 Hill Fred A, Trustee ....42 100 50 00 Hill I" red A, Trustee 44 60 25 00 Hill Fred A, Trustee..: IK 15 12 60 Mill Fred A, Trustee M 60 25 01" Hill Fred A, Trustee BJ 100 8000 Mill Fred A, Trustee 70 25 12 60 Hill Fred A, Trustee 71 »io 2.5000 'I;'! i': re( A, Trustee M 808 250 00 Hill Fred a, Trustee 73 100 60 01) Mill bred A, Trustee 74 100 60 00 gj{} }' ni< ! A, Trustee 75 100 60 00 Hill 'red A, Trustee 76 100 60 00 Hill Fred A, Trustee 77 100 60 00 Hill red A, Trustee 80 100 60 00 ii'ii ,Hlo4, Hl0 4 A, Trustee ■ vi 50 '■*<*> !|||! V rod . V I'uslee • hi 60 26 00 Mill Kred A, Trustee in 100 ft) 00 M 111 Fred A, Trustee 115 100 60 00 Hill Kred A, Trustee mi 100 5000 I lljl Fred A, Trustee 118 200 10000 Hill I'red A, Trustee.... 119 200 100 00 H ill Frod A, Trustee 127 20 10 00 Hill Fred A, Trustee .....128 60 25 00 Hill Fred A, Trustee 120 20 10 00 Hill Fred A, Trustee .130 lit • 500 Hill Fred A. Trustee 131 60 26 00 I rill Fred A, Trustee 133 100 60 00 mil Fred A, Trustee ..........134 60 25 00 Mill Fred A, Tiusteo 134) 100 fti 00 Hill Fred A, Trustee 137 25 12 60 Mill Fred A. Trustee 188 26 12 60 Hill Fred A, Trustee MS int. 60 00 Mill Fred A, Trustee 142 100 60 00 nil! I' red A, Trustee 145 100 60 00 Hill h red A, Trustee 147 100 60 00 Hill h red A, Trustee 148 60 26 00 Hill Fred A, Trustee 149 100 50 00 Jenkins Ge.o W, Trustee IB 60 26 00 .Martin MB, Trustee 22 250 125 110 Martin mB, Trustee 23 250 125 00 Mar 1111 MH, Trustee 104 60 25 00 Martin MB, Trustee iot> - 60 25 00 Martin MS, Trustee 107 60 25 00 Martlu M s, Trustee 108 26 12 60 Martin M M, Trustee 109 25 12 50 Martin MH, Tru5tee....:..... I<M ; 500 f< 280 00 Martin MB, Trustee 165 460 ' 200 00 Roberts George D II 250 125 00 UlchardHon X A, Trustee. 1«3 30 15 00 Richardson E A, Trustee 163 20 10 00 Suy dam Jas N, Trustee 89 ' 100 „ GO 00 Huydam Jas N, Trustee ........... 41 50 26 00 Webb CO 99 100 60 00 WebhOO ....:.......... 100 100 50 00 Webb O 0.1..V .............101 100 ''60 00 And in accordance with law and an order of the Board of Trustees, made on the twelfth day of July, 1871, ho many shares of each parcel of said Htock as ruiiy be necessary will be sold at the ollice of the Company, Poom 20, Hay ward's Building, 419 California Street, Ban Francisco, California, on DAY, the fifteenth day or September, 1871, at the hour of one o'clock r. m of said day, to pay said delinquent assessment thereon, together with costs of advertising and expanses ot sale. D. A. JKNNINGH, Secretary. Oillee-Iloora No. 20, Hay ward's Building, 41!) California street, Han Francisco. California. at 20 td

*lirrl*iii|»li« Mill and Mining < oniHtn) - Mention of Works, Gold Hill, Storey County, Su*ie of Mevada— Notice is hereby given, that ata meeting of the Hoard of Trustees of said Company, hold on the twen-ty-third day of August, 1871, an assessment of twelve 1*12) dollars pershare was levied upon the capital stock of said Compuny, payable Immediately, in . United States gold coin, to. the Secretary, at the office of the Company, No. 418 California street, Room No. Si, third floor, San Francisco, California. Any stock upon which said assessment shall remain unpaid on Wednesday, the twenty-seventh day of September, 1871. shall be deemed delinquent, and wIU be duly advertised for sale at public auction, and unless payment shall be made before will be sold on TUESDAY, the seventeenth day of October, 1871, to pay the delinquent assessment, together with costs of advertising and expenses of sale. ■■ - • • GEO. R. SPINNEY,- Secretary. Tflice— No. 418 California street, Room No. "I, third floor, San Francisco, California. . au;M «•»,' Mammoth Sliver Mining Compuuy-Lo. cation of Works, White Pine Mining District, Whim Pine County, State of Nevada.— is hereby given that at a meeting of the Trustees of said Company, held on the loth day of August, A. D. 1871. an assessment of Ten (10) Cents per share was levied upon the capital stock or said Company, payable Immediately, in United States gold coin, to the Secretory, at the orlice of the Company, Room No. 10, -Express --Building, northeast corner of California and Montgomery streets, San Francisco, California. • Any stock upon which said assessment shall remain unpaid on Tuesday, the nineteenth (19th.) day of Heptember, A. D. 1871, shall be deemed delinquent, and will be duly advertised for sale at public auction, and unless payment shall be made before, will be sold on MONDAY, the ninth (9th) day of October, A. D. 1871, to pay the delinquent assessment, together with costs of Rdvertising and expenses of sale. , „ w JOS. L. KING, Secretary. Office— Room No. 10, Express Building, northeast corner of California and Montgomery street*. San Francisco, California. - ; , . ; „ , ; . : ....,..,. aul7 ■ . »*" llnle mill Norcroiia Silver Mining Compauy— Location of Works, Virginia Mining District, County of Storey, and State of Nevada— Notice is hereby given, that at a meeting of the Trustees of Bald Company, held on the twenty-first day of August, 1871, an assessment of Ten Dollars per share was levied upon the capital stock of said Company, payable immediately, in United States gold coin, to the Secretary, at tbe office of the Company, No. 438 California street, San Francisco, California. * ... . • •. , Any stock upon which said assessment shall remain unpaid on the Twenty-third day of September, 1871, plinll be deemed delinquent, and will b«i duly advertised for sale at public unction, and unless payment shall be made before, will be sold on the Thirteenth day of October, 1871, to pay the delinquent assessment, together with costs of advertising and expenses of sale. By order of the Board of Trustees/ f JUKI, F. H(*HTNER, Secretary. Offlce-No. 438 California street, San Francisco, California. ; «';t. .••■.-.. i»'. «r- '■••.. .;■■ -t au'22-lm • 81^N1111,,,,, l.| ana Mil ver Mining Company— Locution of Works, Kern County, State of CaliforniaNotice Is hereby given, that at a meeting of the Board of Trustees of said Company, held on the sixteenth day of August, 1871, an ussesameutof five -dollars per share was levied upon the capital stock of said Company, payable Immediately, in United States gold coin, to the Secretary, at the office of the Company in San Francisco, California. ..... . Any stock upon which ttald asnussmonL shall remain unpaid on SATURDAY, September Kid, 1871, shall be deemed delinquent, and will be duly advertised for wale at public auction, and unless payment shall > be made before, will be sold at public auction ou SATURDAY, October Mth, 1871, in the city of San Francisco, to pay the delinquent assessment, together with costs of advertising and expenses of sale. By order of the Board of Trustees. aul7 , ,W. K. VAN ALEN. Secretary./' *is>- Vli-ielnlu Mill and Mining Company— Location of Property, White Pine, Nevada. -Notice Is hereby given that at a meeting of the Board of Trustees of said Company, held -on the 25th day of July, 1871, an assessment of Twenty- Cents per share was levied upon the capital stock of tutid Company, payable Immediately, in United States gold and silver coin, to the Secretary, at the ollleo of the Company, Room No. 1, Express.Building, northeast corner of California and Montgomery streets, San Frauclsco, California. > * Any stock upon which said assessment shall remain unpaid on the second day of September, 1871, shall be deemed delinquent, and will be duly advertised for sale at, public auction, and unless payment shall be made before, will he sold on WEDNESDAY, the 20th day of September, 1871, to pay the delinquent bHsesHmtuit, together with costs of advertising and expenses of sale. By order of the Board of Trustees " m . . TJiOS, J. OWENS, Secretory. . Office — Room No. 1, Express Building, northeast corner California and Montgomery streets. Sun Frannlfico. California. „ „. REGULAR DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR Sll»l.ll VlSOIt; 111 WARD, : '- ;,;,A.HIMMEIMANN. . au"s-td . .... . . , FOB THE ASSEMB JI.Y, JOHN SIEBE. au22-td* ' Republican Nominee.'

©cccm otcamcro. y U.S., NEW ZEALAND AND AUSTRALIA Mall Nteumahlp Une, y : < "\7"±«. ECOJfOriTTT .tt Contactor. »P» P , t thu h ■^^Mk. ™ FA.VOBITB DOUBLE■%^^^J] fifciiKlne Steamship MOSES TAYLOR, ' N. T. BENNETT Commander Having been thoroughly overhauled and put In perfect condition, will leave Mlssion-st wharf at 12 o'clock noon \vj:iiimi:si»ay niu'Tf.mukk la, 1871 Connecting at HONOLULU with Steamship ; ' NEVADA, CAPI'AIN..... J.H.BLKTHEN Which swift and celebrated Steamer will Immediately proceed to A I ( lil.AMl, and Ports In NKW ZEALAND, And thence by connecting Steamers convey < j Passengers, Mails and Freight to I*l RLBOI KIVE and SVIUMFV. Special attention has been paid to the VENTILATION or these Steamers for voyages in the TROPICS. *•" Freight will he received on board September — For freight or passage apply at the Company's Offices, No. 414 MARK STREET. au24-td I. W. .RAYMOND, Agent, THE CALIFORNIA!*, ; * ' NEW ZEALAND L AND t AUSTRALIAN MAIL LINK OF BT£AMBIIirS. _J*^pjj^ «'*>»IPO«RII OF SWIFT, A 1 British Iron screw steamships— will ajjJUWaJßlaßi'" " °" tho following days, for aOAFOLULU, FIJI ISJLAND, SYDNEY MKLBOI7RNK. 1 V Connecting at FIJI ISLAND with Steamers belonging to the same Company for AUCKLAND and Ports of ZEALAND, viz: ■ September fith, October ad. October 81st, November 88th, December ««<!., January . S3, - 1 87*. -5, ■>^ IK! ALBION, H. QBAINGER ....Commander Will leave Harrison-street wharf, AT 1* O'CLOCK NOON, TI/EBDAT SKI'TF.MBKR «, 18T1 Freight received on board For freight or passage, having superior accommodations, apply at the office Nos. 204 and 206 California street. [aulO] - J. 0. MERRILL A CO., Agents.'

FOR SITKA, DIRECT. | J&fc The Clipper Schooner SSSL PAQE, Will sail September Bth. For freight or passage apply to > ;. ',t >i. .«-. N. BICUARI), BC"2'» Howard street near StcuarU SOTTTMERN. DESPATCH LINE? t FOR SAN L.UIS OBISPO ? i * w " AND NAN SIMEON via SANTA CRUZ. »£!. The regular Packet Clipper Schooner •jr33& JOSEPH WOOLLEY, *■■■- ■„ • «.. ifiSS. J. N. INUALLS Master Will Rail for the above ports ou the September nth. For freight, apply on board at Market-street Wharf or to N. PIERCE, Southern Packet Oflice, — 1 : >. / 108 California street; FOR CRESCENT CITY. jjgL The regular packet Clipper .Schooner v .].., OEN. ORD, DEACON... Master Will receive freight on SATURDAY. September ad, at Market-street wharf, and sail with dispatch. For freight or passage, having superior accommodations, apply to the CapTala on board or to sel ;:;: N. BRDNB, 617 Davis street ! *■-$' FIRST^VJESHSUs J *'** rk FOR HUMBOLDT BAY. : - jtjEjty The Schooner "'-'' ■■■••■-.' V. A. DREW, ' »'.'•: ":UMORGAN 2:.i5.i:.*.~.?:...:.i:;j. i :2.':-M.ABTER Will receive freight at Market-street Wharf, FRIDAY, Ist September, and sail with despatch. For freight or passage apply on board. . ' ..1 1 ii> ■ :'■ FOR SAN PEDRO. jBHL . The Bark 'V>r^g >i*3|* W! jS tfSftar MARTHA ICIIIIOI T ' I Will sail with dispatch. For freight inquire at Pier No. » Hteuart street. auTO : lw . RE^TON, SMITH A CO. FOR PORTLAND, OREGON. ;p KK«n,.\K DESPATCH LINE. Freight nt Greatly Reduced Rates. -fX The A 1 Bark * ; gy *»«■ ■ LIVE YANKEE, .-I.?--.*:?- ,.-„ „5 CREAKY Master Is now receiving freight at Clay-street wharf, having most of her cargo engaged will have quick dispatch. For freight apply to *■» — v ■-, t-, J. C. MERRILL 4 CO., '■** au26 , Nos. 204 and 20G California street. FOR HUMBOLDT BAY. ;^fc S : The Clipper Brig 6 .c &3£ \'. HIDALGO, H." H. BERRY Master Will receive freight for Kureka at Howard-street Wharf, this day, WEDNESDAY, the 23d instant, and sail with despatch. For freight or passage, having line accommodations, apply to c Wig .1. KKNTFIELD & CO, Pier 0 Stewart «t. %y % for sydney; N. S. W. •-> ' : £&: I<ne A ! British Clipper Brig £&£ik REBECCA JANE, ""'.'-■■> »Ut Tons. f ATTAIN ;•• ; WILLIAM fOOPKR Will have early despatch for the above port. 'For freight or passage apply to ""---If ■ MACONDRAY A CO. " FOR NEW YORK. . u r , t . . DESPATCH LINE -FROM VALRJO- , STREET WHARF. .&£&■ ' The m»cnlflceut A 1 Clipper Ship „ iiWrWßm. SOVEREIGN OF THE SRAS, * I*. C. JOHNSON Commander Bpß(?tel attention of shi|iliPF« Is requested to tills .■l>lenilld new Clipper, which is well-known as one of Iliß I 1 ii.'Hi Ships In thutrade, an<l having a large portion of her cargo engaged will have quick despatch. . I For balance of Freight, apply to QBOROR HOWES A CO., Corner California and Buttery streets. ■ Consignees In New York, Messrs, Button «ft Co. Je2B ' DIRECT FOR NEW YORK. gIONEJBR LINK. ••;;-; f ', Ijgg- The A I Clipper Ship 4 HUes DANIEL UABCI, WM. ROSS, .1 it _ Master Is now ready to receive freight at Mission-street wbaif-havliiß a large portion of her cargo engaged will have quick despatch. Apply to ',n a \t -w '-- MOORKACO., Je2B Northeast corner Davis and California ! ita. NOTICE TO SEA CAPTAINS. k£X. _ ,T lIIP i. VNI»KRBIONED ' HIWPHCT. Mnf»r«Hy iiillh the attention of MASTERS OF Wtiiir, VESSELS to his Improved method of making FORE-AND-AFT HA.IU*, n Ry which one-third more In STRENGTH and DURA 111 LIT Y Is obtained. Those wishing to see specimens am invited to call at ■ WARE BRANSON'S, JeB-4ptf Hail Maker. No. &» Clay street. " TESTIMONIAL. , . r » .t. t 1 ~

■ IIAVK USED I»KA!\ SON'S IMI'KOVKII , SAILS on the schooner A Dill ANN A for the last ■ " ;.»•< »S j.l l 'Mil \f *»r» > j . ».l^ four moHths, and And them to be superior In strength and set, to sails made In the ordinary (OR ANY OTHER) way. v> ' «M f". 'AHgWL-au»l-4ptf WM. lIOHICOJV. DEVOE'S COAL OIL. One ami r J7fvrb ;. O»llon Cans. 25,000 • A~L *O « • 1 H Patent Faucet ' Cans, -'. FOR SALE. HAY WARD .v r.iI,IMVV, ./ f ; j|^ ' By ' OKO. Al. ULAKK, 1 SS4I California street. >':■> FRENCH DOCTOR. . . f ;■-::" 5 t;. I;, pi}, j , ., m » >A<J ■'"■■ Oli. E, JHOUCHKL, ' , No. «55 WASHINGTON STREET, PII 1 si« 1 1 \ A»TI> BVROEO3T OF TUB Faculty of Paris; Pupil of Rlcord-sixteen years' practice. Oflice hours. »tol2 am and 2 to 6 i- m. au27-lm I K«i<» OF skip n a it' 1. O. it i:m», from Liverpool, consisting of . '- SO* /Tons ! Laird's WELBH ' HARTLEY STEAM CO A I ; ■ . . , »,800 Blenched sacks HALT, Marshall's and Worthlngton's brands, ten to the ton. ir-t <sa i n dry j i For sale by - rr- 1.- -•> « * . ■ .! i- »-i| V« V WILLIAMS, BLANCHARD A CO., sel-tf - • ■ ; »m California street tDUNCAN'S. M1LL5.. ,,,,;. 'IMIi: AGENCY OP THI! AIIOVH MIX. US Jl has been removed from office opposite Pier 11. Stewart street, to the office of KNO WLAND A DOE, corner of Howard and Spear streets,' where tho-uii-dcral^nod may be found. - «- - '.apl 11 , : JOHN F. BYXBEE. T!~" TO HOLDERS OF - »r:i CITY HALL WARRANTS, CMTIC AMD VOUKTr TKKASIRT. SAN .1 Francisco, August 31st, 1871. ■' Notice Is hereby given that warrants drawn by the Board of City Hall Commissioners on the City Hall Fund will be paid on presentation. -Interest on said warrants ceases with this date. - • -r.T»."r i r» ■'„•'• I OTTO KLOPPENBURQ, »*>* •* ; City and County Treasurer. FOR S'UPERVISofe ' JOF SECOND WARD, JOHN HARROLD. aii23-td* DIAMOND RING LOST. About: .lt\l> isth,.A KOUR4TOM: DIAMOND KING, with an Emerald in the centre of the cluster. Th» Retting Is nqm»re and of the" latest .style; $100 reward will he paid for the recovery of the ring and no questions asked by sending it to No UO? Pine street, or to GEO. O. ECKER, 48» Montgomery street. .••:■«-« ..». ... ..... an 24-tf ' ; Will Exchange for Suburban Lots, •JL-!^, A til E, JC AU TIFU JL. AN D iiEF>gentlo wpan of Carriage "Horses, near seven ' ' ' ' yearn of age, splendidly matched In size, color •nil speed, with elegant Kimhull wagon and tine sil-ver-mounted iiiins.-uiu harness. The horses arei-KR-fkctlyokntlk, kind and reliable, and are, in every particular, suitable for a first-class family team. The establishment la valued at $2,800. - For further iwrtlculars address No. as Merchants' Exchange Building ' i 11113 i-tf , J. W. TAYWIB, •■*'!■ J. C:. SULLIVAN, U, a? .« ; A Agent. Associate Ag't and Sup't Sales. THE CUTTA PE RC HA {}') AND RUBBER MANUFACTURING CO. . 100 California St., San Francisco. ',i*. .1 STKAM FIRE HI Ano t \ic BO 1.1 fI |> STEAM FIBK HOBK, Hteam and Petroleum Oil Hose, Suction Hose, Hydrant Hose. Conducting Hose Engine Hose, Round Packing, Rubber Belting, Packing, Valves, Caskets, Pure Vulcanized Sheet Itnliiier Fire Bucket*.- ■■ ■■ ■ <■ ■ ■ , an27lm THE I GREAT AMERICAN GOPHER TRAP JS NOW IS V \l» v AND fOX SALE AT 309 Montgomery Street. M '*. ■ Vn* 'f Address O. A. LLOYD, care of B. P. MEAD. ; ' < •:'■■ --i ■•-•■■■■-./ '■el-3». - i ._ hUKUI'K, ufierlng by „- • . WILLIAMS, BLANCHARD A CO, Be2-tf „ , . . 218 caiifornU street

(JDuan Steamer^ |^g NORTH PACIFIC TRANSPORTATION COMPANY. " ; - ' • ' 7 CARRYING 1 UK UMTJ-D STATES MAILS ■ * ' ■ ' ■ tt * 1 *•_-_-_-----• j ■ J>* t"i f-J "-4 l# J .1 * !fHK STEAMSHIPS OF Til _f^HF~?jKnCSS Nl "' ' " l'a<;iflc TrftDsportutlon Company 2J^j^*J*jr\vn! lt '" ye us follows, on the following HTVfln ____ja_r(>iitra: 'V''p ! A CT"F I C , '/ FOR MONTEREY, SAN SIMEON BAY AND SAN LUtSOBISPO. -.EAVIMQ San Fran- San Luis San m*m£E22i . o obl8 Po- Simeon. Montei«iy. RbSJ-Sk", 1 . " P«ember 4 September 5 September 5 Ben£m&C> 2t2 t " t< ' mhorls HeptemberW Septemherlfi Heptemberti Septembers BeptPmber2o September.6 Leaving San Francisco at 3 o'clock P.M. SAN FRANCISCO AND SAN DIEGO.- l ORIZABA and CALIFORNIA. Leaving Han Francisco at » o'clock A. M. tX>^^,V^ EICA> BSCENT, CITY. IPORT ORFORD, COOS BAY, AND UMPQUA RIVER, . „ on , leaving at 10 o'clock a. m.' ■ hertrlp bJ'p,,r» Tw I? 1 ??" 1 th Steamer, will extend .^f.lng'D^ys-Sth anSib 009 Bay aDd tJmP<1 "* ™' FOR PORTLAND. j -« , Leaving at 11 o'clock A.M. at PortlandV' wlthou expense for transhipment at PortTandV' wiUl o u t expense for transhipment *u3O f HOLLADAY * BRENHAM, Agents, au3 ° ».-,,-. 217 Bansome Btreet. FOR SANTA BARBARA, SAN PEDRO. ANAHEIM I.AM DIJVO AND I / >t> r ' < SAN DIEOO. w^i. ■»-«.*-*..„ *«- l*ii«ftHKe and Freight at Reduced Rate* ■ >« oi -^^jgt T 1 IB ■■•• STEAMSHIP £llfc-llfe CALIFORNIA, V. CONNOR Commander Will leave Folsom-street wharf, for the above ports, on WEDNESDAY, September 6th, at 9 o'clock a. m. se2-td j HOLLADAY A BRENHAM, Agents. - t ~l ! FOR SANTA CRUZ, moss Landing, i I'KOVI 1.1. F. saI..INAS city, NEW REPUBLIC I >.WV;j AND NATITIDAD. t"££s£msi£* Til X STEAMER SANTA CRUZ, ££jCHAS. B. J0HN80N..1.5.:.. 1..... Commftnder li At Waahln«toii.Street Wharf, p ' " Will receive freight MONDAY, Sept. 4tb, until 4 P. M. GOODALL A NELSON, ""2 j Corner of Clay and East streets PACIFIC MAIL- STEAMSHIP co*s

££g|gggjjg, ' ALASKA. ( j Kill Ton. IteKl*ter, r> . .■'- CAPTA1N........ ....JEFFERSON MAUHV \f it WILL, BAH, FOB »qj T*f. ST r F '_! YOKOHAMA AND HONGKONG, Making the usual connections for ,'"' 5s5 s 5 H106A,! NAGASAKI AND NIIANGIIAK, ■ „HB3 O O O r> 6^ f H »_5 « ? /» ' i At IS o'clock, noon, SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 16, 1871 For freight or passage, apply at the office on the Wharf, corner of First and Brannan streets,' .. y sel-td ] ELDRIDQE <fe IRWIN, Agents „-. i FOR ( OAVIOTA, . l->VXi] SANTA' BARBARA, SAN BUENAVEN- ..=■. >v 1 TURA AND IIUENEME, THE STEAMSHIP KALORAMA, ARCHIE HARLOE.....'. -Commander At Wnahlngton-atreet Whiurf, Wi A']v: r r < v fv r<> _ tht on TUESDAY, September sth, \\ BDNESDAY, September «th, and THURSDAY JSeptember 7th, until 4 o'clock p v. uno±jjt. i . «ar Superior passenger accommodations, 'j NOTlCE.— Freight lor Gaviota must be prepaid. H ™._^ i - GOODALL <fc, NELSON, t -,i ---30-* d : ' Corner of Clay and East streets. NOTICE TO ARIZONA SHIPPERjg. e&gfg^ THE STEAMSHIP NEWBERN Will sail on her next regular trip to tbe MOUTH I OF THE COLORADO ill V IK. ON TUESDAY .SEPTEMBER 5 v ..,,,-, ! EDWARD NORTON, Agent " nl » ! 010 Front street FOR '.VICTORIA DIRECT, I : Carrying her Mujesty'a Malls, Connecting with Steamers for Puget Sound. -jHfij-s**' - 1 THE , ,01. YD13.11 UI ¥.T 'aSHM-Mlni STEAMSHIP -nmj**--.; PRINCE ALFRED Ton., Will leave hereafter on 1 at and 15th of each month. For passsage or freight apply at the corner of Folsom luid Spear streets. . aulO-tf ! JOHN ROSENFELD, Agent WEEKLY COMMUNICATION TO r^^PM___^S_^^..X^,, _^_-<»fe_w THE NX IV AND 4OMMO. rjfjgT^HWHg' l1 ""'- Steamer i2m&SSi MONTEREY ' Vn KoOALLtTM .. .Oom dander At Waflhlngton -street wharf, will leaf, for Tomales ■very TUESDAY, at 4 o'clock P. M. • k ioiaaibs . 'Ui'tnrtiing, will; leave Tomales every TJIUIIBUAY noon. noY "^ GOODALL A NELSON.

PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP GO. FOR NEW YORkTvIA PANAMA. °»bln »100 I cond Clom «SO ' -*fe~-*^- I-KAVJS W nARF CO It A Kit >^E^S?E2pf Fll " t and Brannan streets pinii'tiiHl•^^JjT; lv »l II o'clock a. m., on tin- ltd anil «W?3U2EEi£ITIIi or ei«'.h in. mill, (except when niitr .ißto Ihllh on Sunday, then on Saturday i>r<» ciedlng.) i for PANAMA, connecting, via Panama linil- & A^i'^A'li I '^^ KW lll^OH &' amerS Chance of Schedule, tf f\ r H September -CONSTITUTKXN, Captain J»*M 1 ' 1 } v f r jy-e» ll »'8«t M AZATLA IN , MA NZANILIA.) and HTA^ViV hF^°r j^&A mmai *' KIRIN ° Msrpffl» josß de auATE - FOR JAPAN AND CHINA. ',«■ . Steamers leave on the Ist of every month, pnoctuHUy at noon, for YOKOHAMA, and HONGKONG connecting at Yokohama with the Company's Branch Line forHETANGHAK. via Hloeo and Nagasaki. September 30 -CHINA, Captain W B Cobb. «« pplj 4 at ' V"?, Pacific Mail .'fit««mshlp' Company's _»e3 . ELDRIDOE A IRWTN, Agents ■ ! LIVERPOOL AND QPEEBSTOWM. "i^^S&.M LANI AN *<«?« <*r BOTAL Steamers sailing from New York mtKSmUm EVERY «atdki»ay ' " U >••<>*'* I AND ALTERNATE TCIESD4VB. -Tlcjtetii sold to and from England, Ireland and the vontinent. i •-.-■.. . -.>« i...■ >-;is iui£tf*il I RATES OP PASSAGE ■» . « a.*blea .* bIe l n Gold - . ' . Payable vi Currency/ Flnt Cabin, to Liverpool I Steerage, U> Liverpool or Q ells !OWD •■•25 mor Qucenstown — ...|3O To London.!. 80 | To London. :.... 85 ■ Prepaid tickets at moderate prices For further Information, apply to > THEODOBH fIOSMKU, . '"I ■ i * - * < • . ■ ■ • . - » , Ajcent Office-Central Paclflc Railroad. t«» Gnllforntastrfet. HAMBURG AND SAN FRANCISCO. '' ' HAHBVBO'AMEBiOAN i>ACKK > r.l'tt l - > ! WKST INIUAN LINE. ml.£& .*i«i?s£jfefcs_" STEAM KITS I.KAVK HAH*gZ%f^ipFEBZ bme f< " Colon (Asplnwall) on lh»»4tli li«i<t <■»>■"' each month, connecting via Panama jaßßsßpk'Uilroail with one of the Steamers of the Mail HteamshlpCompaßy for San Frauolsco. v Iteiurnliifr will leave Colon (Anpinwatl) for Hamburg on VlBV 18 «h or *» th of each mouth, connecting with the Pacific Mall steamer leaving San Francisco on the IV'ili of the month preceding. > «Wh »,•»....,«,• The rate fur through tickets In Steerage from Hamburg to San , Francisco, is fixed at 988 fiO gold. ; l or passage apply to ''— ;ZIEL, BKHTHKAV; A CO., Agents, « » ans-3m j 122 California street.

ROYAL MAIL STEAM PACKET CO. 't* •' Agency, 319 California Street, up stairs. -j^-ffo fOTICK im HtRKIII niVKN arrangement/! have been entered Tj&&*jiatoXri>>tt> iM'lwccii the UOYAL MAIL nRpBHm'KAM I'AflKKI' OOMPANY and the PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY, for the forwarding of treasure to the Bank of England and to the Bank of Frame, lv Havre, by the steamship* of the two Companies, by moans of through bills of ladIng to be granted by the Commanders of the Ships of the Pacific Mall .Steamship Company, for the delivery to C. A. HENUKKHON, Ageut of the Royal Mail Steam Packet ..Company, tto be sent across the Isthmus, and embarked on the ships or the R. I\f. 8. P. Co. For particulars as to through rate of freight, apply to the. undersigned. ■ • - Arrangements can be made for the shipment of gold •nd silver ores from A spin wall by the Company's steamers, on favorable terms. *^' B The steamships of the R. M. H. P. Co. depart from Asplnwall to the West Indies and Southampton, call, ing at Cherbourg, France, to laud passengers, on the 6th (7th when there are 30 days In the previous month) and 22d of each month. ■ • -. RETURN, TICKETS available for twelve months Issued at a reduction of 25 per cent. ~ — *. .£. Pannages oan be secured on application to the undersigned, who will give any further particulars that may be required about the Company's arrangements. 1r»-tf j W. L. BOOKER. : ...1,..,' I i &/•"' -Die 1" H fi*SJ f"^” i »**■ j ■■ \ ta " IIIKrt : ■*j ®ranotcnt t - c --- £ Advertisement* under this head 1O Cents per line for first, and. a cents for each subsequent Insertion. ■ J9 '* WANTED. *- "*--' •— -* -» ] • * A?. WKF tteft J *» WAN-njn ln an established Mercantile or Manufacturing business by a gentleman of flrst claw business qualiilcatlons, any one having an Interest for sale In a reliable concern can hear of a ready cash purchaser on application to H. J. HYLAND A CO., 105 Montgomery street, near Butter. j - * * Bet Al-AItT . Irishes a position ag'housefceeper;lcW ym. give and will require references; or will take a i>oBttlou as compaulon. Address, L. 8., this office, sel-8* lI^AKTIID-A furnished house of ten or loore ir.rt^°E? 9 4/ lo r, tl i' o' Market street; central location. Address. E. H,, thte office. sel-3^ , : , \™ FOR SALE. * l nZ '{^' TOE &1& 1 ' X AT OA.K£,AMI>-A. \ I' W ij III 1 ?.' 1 desirable fesWouce on 'Fw.lTih Btrei't.near JKUtlAdaline; bouse contains nine rooms. Including Hhin fhi- m h : f " r btJftuty .' oonvenleone and workmanship, this house cannot bo excelled by auy of equal •i«e In Oakland; lot,H6xl»: price, *fi.500; terms to suit purchasers. Enquire of Messrs. OLNWY &C(,.,4»« 1 "V"" V " -■^^o.O'Broadway.n^r M, COMPtRTK AUTO BKAVTf. liiS fill little homo for sale at a GUKAT BARGAIN WW.\f applied tor Immediately; it is new" on one 'm3i'v'i*xl!£ l .'"i^i 1 !' AIAj Inot1or » conveniences; °i i.i .\ XiK i <ASll i 'ange and water pipes for office. „ ' f-f*JL.aJ:JL *„"*-.* *Z<*' *^_it«u2a-im -

| I S,S^S MEU8 ~ For « al e-»«O acres of the best ■L land in Hononia c-ouuly, located In Sonoma Valley, hU,^? UU i 0l "*i V r f kl within- ''* miles or Sonoma; the land Is level, lylug on the county road; plenty ol wood and . llylmr water; the land haa yielded this season 85 wi' H ,S, S to l 5" ac '«: we we prepared to sell this choice i nviVJ?,"'^ 1 prl °** ; terms cash; i ParUculars of H. •'■ uiLAMIi * co " 105 Moutgomeiy street, near •jUtter. , ■ r * . He 2 nPKAMINO HimiNKNN— Saie-Blx powerM. rut horses together with one 6-horse wagon, harness, etc, complete with a permanent business paying 112 per day-price, |1200-tbU Is a rare chance for man who Is not afraid to work ; apply to H.J.H YLAND & CO, 105 Montgomery street, near Mutter. l>(;>i ' l se2 > „ /S~N lIAJVUMOMK HOMEBTK.iI) AT NO. il|i|l 2417 Buchanan street, between Washington mid Jackson streets, containing- 7 rooms, bot and cold water, and all the modern Improvements. I Price, |B,UOO— 1,500 cash, the balance In one to five years, to suit purchaser. , Streets all graded and no extra expense. Apply at J.W. TUCKER, Jeweler. Jy2-tf STANDARD GUNNY,. BAGS, IN UALKS-FOB SALE II V WIL.LIAMM, BLANCHARA A CO, 1 '■'-' y2R-tf ■/.,...;,,„,, , .; J-" 8 California «tr<W. i. HAWAIIAN »U«AB, , OK VABIUU* ides. For sale by M ' ,„../?. WILLIAM 0 BLAHUHARD * CO., fc^if , , „; US omiformta rtreoi

Rbtr anb flag jteamerg. SPECIAL NOTICE. I CHANGE OF HOURS. SANQUBNTIN FERRY FOR SAN RAFAEL, v , From Ferry Wharf, Davis street, between Broadway ' and Vallejo streets. ■*_ •••••'•'—••». fniHitKc to Son Quent1n...... ............ so Centn To Son Rafael ..................... ....Tfi Vents tEjtf^HHLS "" o -*" AND ArTEK TUERDAY, '■"• g .-;^-r-| .\».M..t Ist, JH7I, tli« fnvorlt«< Htcnmer CUNTHATCOHTA , Captain .1. T. McKenzle, will leave as folio wh, dally (Sundays exceptPd): 1' < "* ~*if. "'■; ' Kan Francisco, t,? a v .. Han Quentln. **% i 9:30 am' - J *""■-■* 8:00 am *,- I*o pm 11:30 am vJfi, 4:30 pm 3:00 pm Connecting at Point San Quentln with .the. recently constructed Railroad to San Rafael, and with Binges for Ollma, Tomales, Bolinas and Nlcaslo. ON SUNDAYS, j . , „«, {) . if , .., Until further notice, tho Steamer will leave San Rafael, San Francisco 9 A.M. Jo.tt>AM <P» 630 PM In order to encourage pleasure travel, Horses and Buggies will lie taken at very reduced rates. For further particulars apply to the Captain on board, or to I Jy29-2p4 au2-4ptf CHARLES MINTURN. »>>■■! «l I . SAUCELITO FERRY. ' tar NOTICE-CHANGE OP TIME. "_« >m.m£T mm ON APTKK MONDAY, SEPT. £_J_SZ_____,'ltli, the steamer PItINCESS will leave iicuiiui at 7:30 and 10:30 am, and 4 r m. and from Melggs' Wharf at 9:30 a m and 2 and 5:30 i- m. . On Natnrdnys there will bean Extra Boat at 6:15k p M from suii.'i-iiti.. and on Monday Morning, at 6:30 from Meiggs' Wharf. j SUNDAY' TIME. ' • '■'''' ''• ' ' From Melggs' Wharf, at 10 a m, 12 noon, 2 and 4 pm. From Saucelito. at 11 a m, 1, 8 and 6pm.' ** rp — Twenty-nve eta. . V. 11. HARRISON, Hupt.", in » »"23-tf I 617 Front street SAUCELITO , FERRY,, , )M .U :I. ■ UMMER A RKAN6KMENT . r^-ptr— °S I ,^ » AFTER SUNDAY. JE-__uC_i__Aprll*2d the steamer I'lilNCKtsa will »f*ve Haucelllo at 8 and 11 a. m., 3 and sp. m. Melggs 1 Wharf (Han Francisco) 10 A. M., 2, 4 and 0 P. M. ■ On Saturday there will lie no 6 P. M. .boat from Meiggs' Wharf. Monday morning first boat at 7 A . M

j . ■- SUNDAY TIME. u'-'V} ."'>! iV, Melggs' Whan, 10 and 12 A. M., 2 and 4P. M. Bancelito, 11 A.M.;.1,» and 5 P. M. Fare-Twenty-fly« Cent^, .# C - H. HARRISON, Superintendent. nol2 - j .armr:.'! 6i7 front Street. -> v PETALUMA AND SONOMA. I'M 15 j ! VIA I.AKKVILM; : • ' tife*^? AND AFTER THI lIATF, i l " n *ihi-7iriF7 "•"* Steamer _-KTAJ_U_tA.f\j r pTF l :|l,<J m WILLIAM WARNER..*^...ht.^^.~.:.?.V'capt_l_ Having andergone thorough repairs and Improvements to her machinery .-adding greatly to her speed and comfort, will run as follows: *r* *1 . » t ,*^ Leave Petaluma, daily (.Sundays < exempted) at 8 a.m. Returning— Leave San Francisco at 2 » p.m.', connecting at Petaluma with stages for Bodesa and Bloomßeld. [rohU-tf] OHAJT MiHtorsT CENTRA!. PACIFIC 'RAILROAD. n»BBo'g'r Express Express Passe 'g'r Sunday .Train Sept. Ist, Train . Sunday except 'd Dally. ! - lt**l. . ? Dally, except "d 4:00 p v 8:00 a m San Francinco.. 5:45 p M 12:30 p m 4:42 p m 8:40 a m Oakland 5:12 p m 11:58 r M 3:50 p m 7:30 a m. San J0ae........ 5:30 p _i 12:15 r m 8.28 P M 12:25 p v Stockton ;.-....•. 1:28 p m 7:51 p m 10;30 p m 2:10 P m Sacramento. 11:45 a m 6:00 a m 4:10 p m Marysvllle ..... 9:10 am _, W 7:56 p m Sesma 5:40 am , < § 2:30 p m Sacramento.... 11:45 am* §' *""' 3 5:_5 p m Colfax 8:45 am l| - ? 1:15 a m Reno 1.-00 am *i C 9:10 a m Winnemucca .. 4:05 p m > g 12:00 m Battle M't'n.... 5:25 pm 5 ft >J ; P 4:40 m EU0...... 8:45 am S" 6:20 a M Ogden .... 5:20 p m| _ ■--•' ri SAN JOSE BRANCH -Leave San Francisco at 9 10 a. m. dally (except Sundays), and 300 p. M. dally. Returning, leaves Han Jose at 7 30 a. m. dally, and 3 50 p m. dally (except Sundays). ■ OAKLAN D BRANCH-l«av« Han Frauotsco, *6 60, 8 00, 9 10, 10 20, and 11 10 A. M., 12 00, 1 50, 3 00, 4 CO, 6 15, 0 30, 8 30, and *U 30 p. m. (10 20, 11 10 and 3 00 to Oakland only.) . , • . .- . ■,-....■. Leave Brooklyn, *5 15, •6 30, T 40, 860 and 10 a.m.. 1 30, 2 40, 4 55, « 10, and 10 10 F. M. \ «r£.rSr«r ! . _■" Leave Oakland. *S 25, «6 40, 7 80, 9 on. 10 10, 11 00 and : 11 50 A. M., 1 40, 2 £o,' B SO, 6 06, 6 20, and 1020 p. U.'f-' '.I*t*r. 1 *t*r ' r_______=___________________^^ ALAMEDA BRANCH-Leave San Fr»nc!*:o, 7 20, 900 and II 15 a.m., 1 DO. 4 00, 630 and 700 p.m. (720,11 IS and 6 30 to Fruit Vale only.) - . ■..-.. «: Leave Hay wards, *4 80, 00 and 10 46 a. m., and 380 P. M . ■■ i ■ ■ , • • ■ ■ r' *— ■ ■ '■-»- -•• *, _ Leave Fruit Vale, *• 7 «6, 900 and 11 20 a. it.; 1 10, 4 05, and (30 P. M. ■- ... ,-..». '..'J ■ »BttndayH excopted. ; . \. ... California Pacific road. : l*£l t m " :<X) a m «au Francisco.. li:«) am 1:*) » m 5:50 •' 0:45 •«. Vailt-jo .:..;;.:. <>:4& " 8:45 " 8:00 " 12:45 r m Callaioga ....... 7:30 " 2:48 •' »:30 " 2:15 " Marysvllle..... fl:»0 •' 1:00 " 8:15 " 12:16 " Sacramento ...: 7:30 " 3:30 "

— — — ■ -%,— » ■" M One train Hunilaju— leaving Ran Francisco at 8:30 a, m. £ q San Francisco and N. Pacific' K. R. + 8:«> a m *:i:3O i- m hairFrancleco.| l«:W am t7:00 p »c 10M5 " 5:50 " DpniUine ..-,..: I 8:13 itf ■!•<• 4 "v 10:36 " 6:10 " i Petaluma....... ■ 7:50 " 4j51 " 11:19 11 " 6:55 " Santa Kosa..;. 7:10 " 3:40 •' 12:00 " 7:40 " Kpaldabnrn ... 8:30 " 8:00 " excepted. ;• . Sundays only. California P. JR. R. Co.'s Steamers. ,. •5:00 p m "4:06 p m San Francwco. «l 2:30 p »l 8:00» l 8:00 pif 8:S0 " s:*» " Benicla 11.-00," 6:30 " 2:00 A M Stockton 4:30," :.'.'! 2:UO a m ..'. Hai;r-tmp,nto..-J ..:....„. 12:00 h Sundays excepted. T. H. GOODMAN, ' f; ' General *Superlntend*en»: 1 y > General Paaagntcer and Ticket Agent. au3l SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD. Time <ontin*uclu« Ad«, 14, 1871. Train* Sonth— On We*K'JP»y«.' ) !■>.''■ I? I^eave , Leave . Arrive at Arrive at San Franc'co Ban Jose. . r , OUroy. „ JJolllutor. 8:10 a M : 10:40 a m 11:50 am .......... 4-4? pm \ 6:60 ' M 8:10 fif ' 9:10 p** ■ t 7nST7TgnRJjAV». tt/vt t/v JtTTTTTr-rf 's : -w *»• ! I 10:(K AM' I " li:l '°' p M I "—•-"•" ' * 3-:» p m I rrrrri!"! I .'.*.*.'.'.'"" I I.....". Tram #Avnr 4* <Pif W<i& rljeavnr Ijeavn : Lear« i Leave Arrive at I [ill I inter. Gilroy. San Jose. Ban Frau'co i-tikii . .■-..^i.'.-.tt i■' *t!SaS ; wIioaJJ ■ «aic f Srt)OAM 7:001 if u10:i0u 10:i0x l u n _......... ■ I 2:00 Pif 3:20 P M | 5:60 pif ~~ HHZ 55 sf/WJ&AT^.' ~ ~ I I i 8:10 AM* I ID;iU A H >f> ! 1:45 v m H:i») pit * 6:30 pm f*« I — VJ^ I l«m I 8:40 2_m_ •ON HA'njߣ>4VH tins Will I'avc Han Vran ciuco nt it/O p.M;and iirrlvo'at filing »t'B:la v v arid. Itolllster at 11:10 p v. i Will riiiiHHitii ]<;xi>rtfw 'JrHiu-lor IliHl-claiw far«§ only— stopping at Hanta Clara, Mountain View, May fluid, Menlo Park, Fair OMh, Kh<Jw<jihl i.uy, son Mateo, Mlllbrae, Han Bruno. MOMDA VH— ie»v« Han Jose at 6:30 a m, and stop at all way stations, arriving at San Fraucfitco at 8:50 am. = . „„„ ■ ■ • KKKIUHT TRAIN „ Will leav# Han Franolsoo dally at 10:80 a if . fc ,- 7 , < ■ Will leave Hoi I Inter dally it 4:00 m. * * ' ■■* i ' ! A. N. TOWNK, General Superintendent. i'"R A. d. BAHBETT, Assistant Hu peri ton dent. 3. L. WlLLCD'ri'.Gen'lPaiwenKer Agent, : an 13 (f

€mtsn%ntt Koticcg^ :—:: — : ;. i !r: i .'.r < ... t /,;. n'nxff oar BiIIInIi Shin VTentheraSold, Capt.Ka?le, from -Neither the Captain nor the undersigned, consignees, of tbe above-named vessel, will bo responsible for any debts contracted by the crew, >. -"> . • •el ;. --.-,'.*--'. - TUfKSON, PbsWOLF A CO. v mr 1(1.1, Ship IVtrllau, Cant. a. F. Kle*. from Hongkong, is now ready to fiischurge cargo at ■ Greenwich Dock. Oonalfc-neeiwiU please call at our ! offlce, pay freight, and reovivft order* for their goods. All merchaodlHe when landed upon the wharf, will be at tbe risk of the ownvia thereof, (without regard to the weather) and if not removed before live o'clock r. x. of each day, will be .stored at their, risk and •sprat*. •- • >'<■ .» ti -i #. ».' -r. ; » *. j. » v% y \\\ auai-15 ; ..-■*■■ MACONDRAY A CO. British Ship Poriluw, Cap!. .J. P. Rice, from Hongkong— Neither the Master, nor tbe undersigned. Consignees of the above nam*d vessel; will he '• responsible for any debts that may contracted by the crew. - • ..-■..• . . . *■ , ;«au«lls t> rjB ,- . HACONDBAY A QO.> ' •9T ' Ocrmnn Hark Hongkong, Captain J. Jacobsen, from Yokohama, will be ready to discharge cargo on TUESDAY. August 29. 1871, at Oriental Dock. Consignees will please call at the office of the undersigned, pay. freight and receive £ their, order*. » All merchandise when landed on the wharf will be at the risk of the owners thereof (without regard to the weather), and If not removed before live o'clock p. m. of each day will be stored at their expense and risk. ZIKL, BHRTHKAU A CO., »u26 . : y<f >»ft « 1 1 jj g , 122 California street. y » BUT Neither Captain «I. Jaeobwn, nor th« undersigned. Consignee of tbe German bark Hongkong, from Yokohama, i will be responsible ■ for any debts contracted by her crew.' ■ ■■■•-■;■. auM i j*; ZIKL, BKUTHKAU * GO. fj , tt \ NOTICE. O3T A.ll Hllla itgulii.t ■ the i Scow : Schooner , Anastacia must be presented -to the undersigned within twenty days from this date or they will not be allowed. ! .. RIDER, HOMERS A CO, ■ : nr"«« N '£1 and 84 Market street San Francisco, August 11, 1871. «* -■-, » an 18-20 R t&JSr Sanaallto I.und and Ferry Company— lx>catioii of Works and Property, MarTn County, Slate of i California.— Notice.— lire delinquent" upon the following described stock, on account of an assessment levied on the Twenty-Uflh (25th) day of July, A, P. 1871, the several amounts set opposite the names of the re spective shareholders, as follows : T ■ - ~ ..«'■ • >A** Name, | f^ldoerUacate;lS^wm j^Amt^! Name. Certificate. Share*. Amu H A Cpbb. .1..... ..1.:...;.. 72 . ".< 800 , $1800 00 HBPlatt..; ......Not Issued 300 1800 00 J L80mer.i....;........*.........-. 7 : .300- 1800 00 Thos N CaEDeau.... Not issued :m 1800 00 John Currey^^ii^..4.ANot leaned ;,j , iso t /■,'* MO 00 W A Woodward .Not Issued - aoo 1800 00 Wm H Tllllnghaist Not Issued 300 MOO 00 T^™* 8**""*—"•8 **""*— "• ..:... .5 ISO goo ou RHHinton.. .........eo .--.*.*■ . 3000 D^ik^iiiE^^HWi^^^^^^ DPBelknap ......TTjR It, 180 00 Leonce Glrard..:.. ...;.;..:. .26 20 120 00 Leo joe Girard ....;.27 ./, a) la) 00 Leonce Girard .....2s; ac lao 00 Leonce Olrard.;..-..~..:ii.ii:.,*1)|.\ -;Mi l 120 09 Leonce Glrard.:.V.^:.;..nH3wrif ! » JM»I2O uo l^eonr* Olmrd.. ....Jl -20 120 (0 Leonce Glrard ...:.83 .30 180 00 Leouce Girard ;...„.. J3 60 ax) 00 Leonce Glrard :..:...M no 300 00 Leonce Girard „f . .',i . ..0.JiF- so ,300 00 Aud In accordance with Jaw and an order or Inn Board of Trustees, made on the 2stt> day of July, A.I). 1871,80 many shares of each parcel of said stock as may be necessary will Ik- »old at public auction, at the salesroom of Maurice.- Worn A C0., -No. K!7 Montgomery Ctreet, Hnn-KrHocl«co;- CMtforiJia. on Wednesday, rhe thlrternlh O.Vih) day of Hepiemher, A. D. 1871, at the hour of one o'clock p. m. of that day, to pay said delinquent ■-„,,,,., ,i thereon, together with costs of adverli«iug utid expenses of sale. '■ **, „ L " " * *'fJ *f iJ i H. SAYREr Secretary." J j Office— Ro6tn No. H, KfcevrWn's Building, southwest corner of Culirornla< and Montgomery streets, San Francisco, Callioiulii. . -..r^.^.J^.-y^KHZi ELECTION' PROcSiSATIOBr

■ :^^yom T3vJ3V;(iwA MUNICIPAL ELECTION. i/.rT **»>I. *' v .' :; "r-r: .' : .: .' ' ' ..,; ' Pl'Ml,l«' *t»TKK Iff If »:KBJBY «!▼£«, Jl that a M nutcli>»l Klectlon in and for the < 'ft and County of Hun Francisco, will be held on , . WKII.NKSIMY, SKITKNHKIi 0, 1871, And the qualified Klcctors of Bald city and Conntyare hereby called to meet In their respective Wards for the purpose of- electing the following named officers at the said election to wit: ' \j Mayor, .k S'.V|;!>3 . Surveyor. .' ; I ) CJ&fi Sheriff,' ' ' Harbor Master, County j Clerk, Coroner, Keooidrr, , . . ; ( Fire lv>iiimUi.i,,u^r,,, > . Trenamrer, District Attorney. A*aea»ur. One SyiwfvUor and Oue-Behool I>li., - ,Jn.. each of tn« lbllowln« Wards: Hecoud, Foil rib Sixth, Klghth, Tenth, and Twelfth Wards. *""""• ' Also-Flve ilustlces of the Peace, to be elected ~~ by the City and County at large. ?> ill ."■ -- Witness nay band and the seal of the City and Vni'wt 4 IS;" ' FrailciBco> the eighteenth (lay of _AUesfe IV.l V. *«*.*?%£&*- BKr^Jtel ' t ' rauclß co that It can b« reached in not 4 o«* i. iT"!' 0 thKt lt(un ** rt^'hvA In not to » eld,e 1 d , two hours, and as much less time as ErS^P&L' I 01!™I 01 !™ be «e«e»wry to be of wifficiont mrM / no"' 11 ' ,« ™ 6 ., 10 * 81 '., 0 ' could be reared, and i brief, It must be a rat-class fuuey farm homeiitead and more particularly In regard to location, for *f the Improvements should not be, of mivh Impprtauce WHiTMAfe^r** U ia pr(Ul « P'oper^oSse4 W. v{ WHITMAN, Sl» MontßO mery street. «-*■ *» - "• avaS-7 -^ ■ J^VBIN&THi: TiJII VOBAItY AIWtNCE , Of MB. A. OANSL from San Francisco. MR. NATHANIBL DAVIDSON hi authorised to sign per procuration for our flrm, Jointly with MB. JKFFKRT CULUfiN. ■ B. DATIOSON A CO. r ■MV


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