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f AUCTION SALES THIS DAY. I FROOMBBRO, No. 86 New Montgomery street II at salesroom, at ll o'clock, Horses, Buggies, etc LT. TSRRY *i O . No. 717 Market street— sell on ■ promises. No 22< Oak siroet, at 11 o'clock, the irnlture of res dent c. f, LtWOO. Nob. Wand «ll "California street— «fi)ln salesroom, at 10 o'clock, New and Second-hand rnltnre. etc.

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s|Ba5 |8an Francisco. „L Monitor, J*n.s

INDUSTRIAL CONDITION OF THE SLOPE.

I ; The compilations of Thomas Magee show that the real sales of real estate in San Franoisoo amounted tc $36,000,000 in 1875 ; $23,000 000 in 1876 ; $19,000,000 in 1877 ; $15,000,000 in 1878, and $10,000,000 in 1879 in round numbers. In 1875, when there weie an aotive demaid for city property and much building, the amount borrowed upon mortgage was ; ; soont 80 per cent, more than the ! sum paid baok on L mortgage loans ; but in 18 i 9 the amount of releases was 8 per CAnt, greater thi.n that of the mortgages This great changß is to be attributed mainly to the combined ioflupnoG of Kearoeyism, the 'new Constitution ai>d tha exhaustion of th c Consolidated Virginia and California bonanza* I The final settlement of the litigation between John H. Lick ami the trustees of ; the estate of ,\ James Lick on the last day of 1879 is a notable event for San Francisco, as it will remove the I obstructions that have stood in the way o* erecting permanent buildings on the south I corner of Fourth and Market streets, and of | spending the $540,000 given for a School of , I Mechanic^ Arts, $150,000 ' for free baths, I $160,000 for bron se statuary in ; the Park and I City Hall, $150,000 or , the relief of indigence, $* and $10,000 eaoh for the Meohanics' Library and the Mercy :to Animals Society. The Southern California Horticulturist, organ of the Southern California Horticultural j Society, a publication highly creditable to the intelligence and enterprise of the Los Angeles orohardista and vineyardists, has been discontinued, and [is succeeded by the SemiTropic California whioh v ; ! will doubtless have contributions from most ": of the writers who Bißfflw nym'wnMiviW'niiir^satf^Mtliwgtir-' - c . ■'■- •-. »■■■. ■.[••'^•■■■•■ ; 'r. ' „ . spff gave value to its predeoessor. ; In , the first number we find 'j good^3 papers from v General John H. Shields and W, E. Olden. W. H. Sector thinks that V jute might be cultivated with ' profit in California, and writes thus to the Rural Press : Srej^The planters Lav beep very cautions about yen- , turing into tha cultivation of jute on account of caving to compete vitn the cheap labor of India; : ■"■; Irat if we are not misinformed it can be made profitable in California, * here there is a local demand for 20,000 1 tons per annuaj, with *li fair prospect at ; . within » few yeara .'1 he demand will reach 6t,000 or 00,000 tone. Admitting that we nse the primitive - ' ' method of the natives of India, and obtain the fibers ' by band labor, we save the freight from India, and ' duty, commission, insurance, etc The same people ' picked the seed from cotton for hundreds of > years .' by hand until Amenoan ingenuity made the cotton- ; gin. It Is just as reasonable to suppose that we will ! : invent a machine that will more than com 101 0 with ; the cheap labor of India just so Boon as there is & ; ■;, ; demand for It. ; ">\:;:-:".;/;-':i-i"v^^^ Levi Davis, of JTorrestville, Sonoma county, . gives the peouniary results of an experiment in oarp-r&ising to the Rural Press, thus : g^r'bavei four small v poods, 1 the + coat of which was , •' about • $50 eaoh , m iking |in all $200 for pond* and ; $80 for flsh o The feed baa cost, Bar, $10 a year, \ 1 making $40 — total, 51270. I have sold $416 worth of , neh, which leaves uao JUS surplus cash, together \ With four small ! pends and 6000 or 8000 carp. In ] addition to this, my family has been eating carp for , the ia*t eighteen months. , ****** The first year I hal them in one pond, which only i contained eight square rods., or two rods wide and ' |ff four long. This hat been my hatching poni all the ' time. My next poml had six square rods in it, the . T third .'. has • : ' about fifteen ; square rods in it, and \ the ] Slouitlx|haß?Bbiiiae 1 thirty or forty rods in it — making , in all about l^ one-halt { acre > of land, which gives mo ! over $60 per acre rent, f and a big harvest into the bargain. It is bette than compound interest on the game amount of money. • •**** It Is now demonstrated beyond a doubt that the HCafpjice3 splendidly in our .waters, and will thrive in waters where other fiah cannot txlst. For inStanoe, the temper*! ure of my pond rose to 88°, and If if ;IS remember rightly, Beth Green, the great trout man, gave accounts that in his experience the death of certain species of trout ooourred at 72°, 74°, and 70°. John Wasson, Purveyor-General of Arizona, rin a reoont report to the General Land Office on the resources of his Territory, divides its . area into three mum divisions, tho largest and . least sought .at ; present, being 2 the waterless and treeless mesa or table lands ; the moun- ; tain region, including all ths timber and I - mines, is second in area and first in value and the valleys, almost monopolize the tillage so far, are the smallest. Of the mesa he says :

, Moat^ of It baa no marketable value in small tracts. Many mllea of ilt are treeless and waterless/; but If it con Id be purchased at fair prices in bodies 'largo enqngb}tb induce capitalists to develop water .- by artesian pr, wells, only a few years would : We"ft would' bo largely acquired and turned to practical acoount by development ' of water, growing | of [ trees, ; and other /vegetation , whoso ';. influence , for good would extend over the country around;, and = the poor and rich bo alike benefited. It li idle to hopo that- those : vast ';;',', areas of pastnrngo and mesa lands ■; will over be largely tamed to practical account, to Bay nothing of the frost account, by poor meu. Under suitable legislation nine-tenths of the land of Arizona wonld ebon be bought and * turned to f good 084, to the benefit of •11 olftsses, including Govointnout. ••'. Under existing laws, not one half will be mad* useful to poor or rlou or Government in the next two centuries. This Waterless and i treeless "\ land should be suitably surveyed and Gold to aotual settlers, or ;to taose who ; would develop water on and . ' otherwise Improve It, aata nominal^ price and in bodies from a quarter] to I • whole to wn'fihlp,' according to circumstance*. The & law ought to ' contain clearly defined but reasonable a conditions ri ■: mliv,< improvements. A. Federal survey* township has thirty-six | square miles— 23,o4o ; aores— and • the sugges%;tion of selling : publio land in such lots will. bof coiirse,' offend demagogues who have never seen it, and know nothing about : the matter, save that ; they can use it for ' catobing the "votes of men as ignorant as themselves. 'While we are satisfied that there are regions of Arizona where it would be a benefit to oetl Iv; ithe land in tracts of ) 20,000 , acres, as the best jmethod of attracting settlement and improveI ment, still : serious mistakes might be made in I -peai^natiag the boundaries of ; these districts, H wnd, perhaps, the safer way would be to wait | a few years. ' The 160-acre farm system waf» I jexoelknt for Indiana, Illinois, lowa an(l*iiitrny I tother States, but is not^ad^ptoa^tb ext&n'"f, mvß regi^atrTt>^&itTgrl?iarO^gon, Nevada, I Washington, Idaho, Utah and Arizona. Mr. Wasson says, further : , la nearly all the mountains in the central, Bomh- • * ers eastern and , or her cco t i on s , pin o , fir and oak -tliiitnKalionnda) Commencing In tbe B*n Francisco Jnonntaitiß, to : the north and east of Fr^cott, and covering volcanic plateaus and mountains for ISO Sxotl^a "e|Stward|to| and Into New Mexico, there are large bodies or belts of fine pine, interspersed with much good fir, oak, ash, etc., and is mostly easy of I"??!*! ; whereas, sooth of the Qila Valley, the timber valuable for lumber and building fgener ally, 5 1b , mostly found in caiiona and high In the mountains, and is in larger bodies and of botte.' quality than is understood by many old | residents; the new-oomors finding and turning it' to account. Arizona is quite' plentifully supplied with timber, but its dlstribu tfon Is not convenient. Coal of proven value la *nown to exist in only one locality, and that at a presently inaccessible place in the White Mountains, and understood to be on the Fort Apache and i^lijn'Oarlotf Indian Reservation. This coal body has not been .largely. developed, but it is undoubtedly Jiff large. -■' " • '■■'■ '';" ' ■ ' .' '-' '' '" ? ■„";■-. ■! *' ;■ ',■''■ .'""..'■ "" ' I- ' ■■/■■.'."■ '■.'*■,. Herbert H. Smith's book on Brazil, reoenti Jy pablisLcd by Scribner, gives an aocount of a method of curing tobacco peculiar to that country, and not without interest here. At y present the tobacco crop : of California is small, but wo have faith in its future, and do i not despair of the Gulp process, which 'has deoided claims on our attention independently of its Oalifornian origin. Time will bring i it out all right, if it has much merit. : The ; i Brazilian method, briefly stated, is to pick the le&ves separately '/as * soon : « as they are large enoagh ; dry them. under shelter for a day or two ; remove tbe mid-rib ; spread them out in layers ; roll them up in rolls three or four feet long, weighing not more than eight pounds, and keeping them in the roll for six months before sending to market. This de I scription will be unsatisfactory to the tobacco men, but so is Mr. Smith's. The method ; ; ! has advantages for making | pipe , tobacco ; over the processes common in Virginia, but seems : inferior to the Gulp plan,

THE HORRIBLE UTES.

According to the despatches of Saturday, General Hutch is on his way toward Denver and the East through southern Oolorado, having with him the Ute delegation under Chief Oary, and some dozen, more or less, of the Ute prisoners delivered up for trial for their participation in the massacre and other outrages at the White River Reservation. It is possible that some of the guilty parties have been surrendered, and are now prisoners with Oury and General Hatoh. But it is more likely that the real criminals have not been surrendered, but are now with their people gloating over what they have done, and safe from the vengeance they deserve. It seems that the Government Commission has carefully kept from the public the most horrible features of the Ute outrages upon the poor -women taken prisoners, namely, poor old Mrs. MBeker, widow of Father Meeker, massacred by the Utes at the Reservation or Agency, and her daughter Josephine, and Mrs. Prioe. Each of those poor women were most inhumanly treated, and repeatedly outraged by the Utes, and they testified under oath to the facts before the U. S. Commission. Why Generals Hatch and Adams have concealed the faots, perhaps they can explain. As the *acta become known, the indignation of the people of Colorado is becoming very pronounced, and if the scoundrels fall into the hands of the inoensed avengers, it will be dangerous for them.

■ A good deal of fun haa been poked »t toe poke ponnet, which is bow worn to Paris.

NEW PUBLICATIONS.

A Bbkezk jtaom the WooDd. By W. O. Bartlett. Author's private edition, 18eO. 13mo. pp. 200. A roprint of nine essays from the Overland Monthly, presaio in form, and mostly idyllic poems in substance, marked by sentences of obt,evation, felicity of description, delicacy of feeling, genial sympathy with nature, gentle humor, and a brilliant style. As a poetic Interpreter of the scenery and rural life in tiio mountains of Santa Cruz, Bonamaand Napa, Mr. Btrtlett has high merits. The reader who opens the book with utilitarian purposes will be disappointed ; be will find no < 'points" for Investment in ranches ;

sion of the relative attractions of different plaoas of resort; no attempt at abstruse philosophy ; nothing but pleasant thoughts expressed in attractive lan« guage, suitable to charm a refined mind seeking rest from the worries of business. This edition is print, ed for circulation among the author's friends, but we should not be surprised if it should find an extensive demand. Longfellow in Illustrated (juarto. Tae Poetical Wobks of H. W. Lonokkli.ow. Illustrated. Boston, Houghton, Ofgood Ji Co. 1879. Parts V, and VI. A continuation of the quarto edition elegantly illustrated, ac>d printed in the best and most costly style of the Biverside Press. The numbers before us comprise "Erangeline," and numerous short poems, including Bonnets and translations. Napoleonic Scandal. Mkmoirs or Madame de Hkmdsat. Translated from the Frenoh. Vol. I. New York : JL>. Appleton ft Co.; Ban Francisco : All Book-sellers. 1879. B*o ; pp. 178. The first of three volumes, giving an acoount of tho observations and experiences of Madame Remusat, as Lady of the Palace while Napoleon I was Emperor, from 1802 to 1808. In that position sue had an excellent opportunity to become acquainted with all the prominent personages of the imperial Oourt, and with all the scandal about them, and she had an excellent memory— especially for the scandal which she has here pat into an enduring record. Her grandson, who has edited and annotated her memoirs, showed bis prudenoe by not publishing until the chances of a Bonapartist restoration have become extremely remote. He would have had a bard time if he had let the work see the light, and had remained in France, while Louis Napoleon was Emperor. It shows no mercy to either Josephine or her husband, And yet may be entirely truthful, as a record of maliolous gossip, which has not been and will sot be verlied. Beside tU« scandals, whioh are the most striking portions of the work, though they occupy only a small part of its space, there are many Interesting passages about the prominent political and social character} and events of the First Empire.

Brazil Illustrated.

Buazil, the Amaions and the Coast. By Herbert H. Smith. Mew York : Charles Sorl bner's Bon« ; San Franclsoo :A. L. Bancroft ft (Jo. 1879. 8vo.; pp. 600.

Sir. Smith visited the Anie/on Biver in 1870 and 1b74 for entomological and other scientific pnrpoees, and afterward made two trips iv the servioe of ttcribner's Magazine, for whioh he wrote six articles, which he hai greatly changed and amplified, beside adding much other material to make the present baok tbo latest work on the subjeot and the boat one known to no. It la written in an attractive Btjle, gives much interesting information, devotee little space to personal adventure or trifling details, and is illustrated with a number of those excellent engravlnge, which distinguish the Sorlbner publications. The acoount of the disastrous results of tho Bebel migration to the Amazon Va!ley has a widespread interest. No mention is made in the enterprise of A. D. Piper, the Oalifornlan who obtained an immense grant of land in Northern Bolivia, and undertook to take a colons thither by way of the Amazon, through which he expected to ship his rubber, oinohiona, sarsaparilla, etc., to Now York ; so we may presume tbat he and his grant are no more. Mr. Smith, following the Spanish and Portuguese usage, gives the plural form to trie name of the river i he calls it the Amazons. By the same usage, we in California should Bay Feathers, instead ef Feather Blver ; Americans, imtaad of American Biver ; Busslans instead of Russian Biver ; Angels, Instead of Ange Island ; Goats, instead of Goat Island ; Aloatraces,! instead of Aloatraa, and so on.

Kinne's Spoiler.

KINHE'S OOMFBEHENeiVa BPBLLIHO.fiOOK AND PBONOT7NCBB. By H. C. Ktune. Sab Franolsco : I. N. Ohoyiiski. 1879. 12mo;pp. 140.

This work, prepared on the basis of the old Webster spelling-book, by an experienced teioher, Is highly recommended by teaoliera of ability and ex> porlenoe, and impresses us as possessing superior uiorits, exclusive of the price, which is only six cents a copy for the edition, printed on fine, strong paper. We commend Kinne's Speller to the favor, able consideration of educational authorities throughout California.

Franklin Square Library.

Hioh Spirits. Being Certain Stories Written in Them. By James Payn. New York : Harper ft Brothers ; San Franolsco : A. L. Bancroft ft Co.

Sehbe and Sbnsibility. A Novel. ByJansAusten New York : Harper k Brothers ; Ban Franoisoo A. L. Bancroft ft Co. 1879.

O )U«in Henby By Anthony Trollope. New York Harper & Brothers ; Sau Franolvoo : A. L. Ban croft ft Co. 1879.

Pjems or Wobdswobth. Chosem anil edited by Matthew Arnold. New York : Harper ft Brothers ; Sau Franoisoo : A. L. Bauoroft ft Co.

The Bebtbams. A Novel. By Anthony Trollope. New York : Harper & Brothers ; Ban F.'auoisoo: A. L. Banorolt & Co.

The Fugitives. A Story. By Mrs. M. O. W. OIL phant. New York : Harper ft Brothers ; Ban Francisco : A. L. Bancroft ft Co.

TqhPabbon o' DcttroßD. A Tale. By Q. 81. Fenn New York : Harper ft Brothers ; Ban Franoisoo A. L. Bancroft ft Co,

Miscellaneous.

BIIAKSSPKABK'S OOMBDY OF THJB WIKTBB'S TALS. Edited (with nous) by W. J. Rolfe. With engravlngs. New York : Harper ft Brothers ; Ban Franoisoo :A, L. Banorott ft Co. 1879. 12m0.: pp. 220.

Map or inn Mines al Fields or Bouthbbh Abizona By T. li. Borin. Tuoson. 1879.

A clearly-engraved map 0 by 13 lnohes. on a scale of 16 mllbt* to an inch, with Tucson near Its centre, r-irporilng to *b»w all the mining: dlstrlois withlu 1)0 mlle4 of Tucson.

I'aACTiCAL Taxiukiimy axd Home Dkoouation, together with General Information) for Sportsmen, Uy Joseph H. B»:ty. New York : Orange Judd Company. 1880. 12m0.; pp. aoo.

An exoellent book, full of comprehensive and proelse Instructions about the methods of stuiUngtnamtrials,' birds, flabee, and reptiles ; ; preserving Insects, «>;« Bbells, ferns; Autumn leaves, and grasses ; making oases, mounting skeletons, hunting, camping, ealeotlng uons , and Ukin* caro of them — jnsttbe bind of ; knowledge that many boys and youug men 'went; and can not elaewu«re find in so good a shape a i this. ,

G Uk KM OB 1 Land and J Gifts .or , Money to Catholic ; and Non^Oatholio Institution* in Now York City . Oomparod. New York : Catholic Publishing .;"■ Company ; Ban Fnnoi«O3 : Michael Flood. A pamphlet to prove that the Catholic Institutions In New York City have not received so much land and money, relatively, as the ; Protestant, from the State and city.

ihb Catholic Family Annual fob 1880. Now York : Catholic Pabllshlng Company, ttan Francisco : Michael Flood.

An almanao with a calendar of Saints' days, and numerous articles of special interest to zealous C*ih)lics on eccleaUslioal topics.

Tub Nobth Ahbbioah Review for January, 1880. New York : D. Appleton k Co.

This number contains exoellent articles on the American luteroceanlo Canal by Lessepa; on Oathol* icism In Ireland by Fronde, and on Balnte-Benve by Henry James, Jr.

The International Rkvibw for January, 1880. New ■ York : A. 8. Barnes & Co. Among tbe notable articles in this number are >■ Rubens," by Hameuon ; •< Yellow Fever," by J. 8. Billings, and •• W. E. Clifford," by John Flske.

Thb Catholic Would for January, 1880. New York : Catholic Publishing Company ; ban Franclsoo : Michael Flood.

The New Educational Law of Balglnm, the Amorloan side of tbe Bchool Question, Man's Destiny, discussed with frrqnent appeals to th» authority of Aquinas and Castlereagh, are the eubjeote of solid articles.

Pofulab Soienojb Monthly, January, 1830. New York : D. Appleton & (Jo.

The first article iv the January laous of this tttndard magazine ia •< The International Weather, bsrvloe," by Professor Thompson B. Maury. written in a popular manner, full of fresh information, Instructive facts on the laws, and predictions of the weather. Ohroraos, diagrams and maps greatly enhanoo its interc s'. Alex, bale, LL.D., continues hid analysis of John Stuart Mill, i»nd Professor O. C. Marsh his discussion of •> History and Methods of Pdleontologlcal Discovery." Friedrich Miiller contributes a fine paper on •< The Migrations of Races." It. Osgood Waion considers the subject of •• Vaccination in New York." • • Interoceanlo Canal Routes" are treated by Charles De Fouroey, O. E., and Frank Bnckland has an entertaining aooount of the •« buri oate : a Roguish Household Pet." The otner artioles are all op to tbe standard, and the January iusue of the Popular Science Monthly argaea well for the excellence of this periodical daring the reet of 1880.

REAL ESTATE.

r - — ,'^- *w. T *«»*« •yV"-* *f ,fL '.:---• ii ■ ,-c - - '- i , ■,- ■ ■ ■.. '.%...- .'...- •/,(..■.-.-,,■ ..■■■-■■.■. Matter* or Interest Gleaned from the Transactions of Lmit Month. ■ ;.•_•■■ We H take tbe following from Magee's Real Estate Circular, for Deoember, 1870 : BKVIEW 01* THE YEAB. Our i record for real estate; transactions In San Frauciaco began in 1865, BiDce wbiob time there baa cot beea so dull a year a« 1879. Tbe year that moot closely < approached •1 8 79j in tbia respect was * 1873, at the close of which city was just emerging from tbe four years' depression wbiob sucoeeded tba completiou of tbe railroad. Tbe Bales made in 1878 were 3134, of tbe value of $12,383 752, wbile those of g last year were but 2217, of • the value of % 110,818 - 744. Of tbe deeds rcoorded In 1873, 541 wer*t | old homestead -association sales, made three to seven years ;;_■;• before, bin ■which were "A not ;< closed 'h till ?£ that year. They ; were record ed ' in 1873, but did not In any '[ other way belong to it. Tbe deduction of | these homestead Bales in 1873 from the total figures of tbat year would ; reduce the number and value of the sales to about exactly tbe transactions of 1879. We think f 1879 resembled 1873 in one other respect— tbe depression which prevailed for tbe . previous four and a ! half years ended with 1873. We think the prospect is good that 1879 at • least "^measurably ended the depression which has prevailed for over four years in real eitate. We \ do i not by any means anticipate what is called a •< boom*' in real estate In 1880, nor any approaob thereto, but.we look for a desirable increase in the! number of sales and in the general : prices of property. We base these expectations largely on the very good prospect we now bavo of a full rainfall this Winter. We bad Rood crops last year ; there is every likelihood that we will have even better crops, and more of them, this year. Tbe State and Coast are } growing rapidly In an agricultural sense, while there never was a time in wbiob t'aere was more honest and intelligent development ] of , the mining resource* of this state. X : Tha building of the new bulkhead, and the grading of tbe sandhills by Polk, Van Ness and Bay streets, together with the consolidation of tbe two new woollen mills and the erection "> of I a very large additional mill at Blaok Point, will all c tend to .benefit! North Beach. The , section of it ; lying be. twoen Jones, Van Ness, Say str ot and the bay, will probably be in demand for cheap lots ana boueeb before long ; but before such demand can be supplied the streets will have to ]be oponed, by grading 7 and macadamising. 'I hoy are now all, or nearly all, ; in drifting sand. HlMmJllWte|j Tbe amount of business done in the loaning of money on city teal estate In 1879 shows a much larger reduction than that exhibited by the sales. $24,367,773 were loaned on city real eitate in 1877, $16,643,957 in 1878, and bat % $9,555,904 Jin^ 1879. The releases of last year amounted to $10,343,174, ■ go that they exceeded the mortgages by $387,270. ■ la 1877 tbo releases amounted to only; about half the total sum of the mortgages. Building enter, priae lagged, and real estate speculation was dead in 1879. Dullness and distrust prevailed, and therefore few persons wished to borrow money, although ' it was cheaper than it was ever before known to be in the history of tbe city. JNow and for tbe pait live months tbe leading savings bank (tbo Hibernia) ' bus been loaning at 8 per cent.' per s year, it agreeing to pay the mortgage tax. which will consume ,i % or ; 2 per cent, of the 8. This is praotioally loaning at 0 per cent. ' ■-•,.-■.• ■- .• The^Hibernia Bank loaned $3,679,181 in 1878, and but $1,8-13,894 in 1879. The Having* Union let $1,823,626 in 1878, ; and- only | $877-460! In 1879. Tbe German Bank loaned $2,158,917 In 1878 on city real estate, and bat $895,872 in' 1879., The French Bank loaned $958,472 in 1878, and $340,000 In 1679. The Security Bank loaned $119,600 Id

1878. ami $240,700 iv 1879. The Humboldt Bank lot *192. > iOO iv 1878, and $263,600 in 1879. 1 rivate j individuals took mortgages amounting to $6,393,429 in 1878, and mortgages amounting to $4,860,928 in 1879. The difficulty of finding good mortgages alone prevented at least double the amount of prl. vate capital last named being loaned on real estate last year. The Clay-street Bank released $2,141,480 in 1879, the Odd Fellows' Bank $42H,060, ana the Masonic Bank $123,225. The latter bank is In process of liquidation ; the Odd Follows' and Claybtreet Banks have done no business for almost a year, except to collect Interest, call in matured loans, and pay out the money thus received to their depositors. BKPOBTKD PUBOUABK OF A NEW SUUAB BEFINKBY. It is reported that the block, 276 feet square, bounded by Union, Filbert, Battery, and Front, with the exoeptlon of the southeast oorner of Battery and Filbert (120 on Battery by 50 on Filbert), and with the exoeptlon of the northwest corner of Union and Front (125 on Union by 70 on Front) , has been sold to a new sugar refinery company, lately incorporated in this city. The price paid is (aid to be $55,000. MUDDY STREETS, AMD OMB OAUBK OF THEM. Portions of Pine and Tan Ness avenue, and several other macadamized streets, were lately in a i quagmire of mud. This was largely due to negleot !to give a sufficient crown to the roadway. The same > fault is visible ou Tyler street. If the centre of the I street was left 18 Inches above the gutter, the road. j way would drain Itself, and would never remind one of a back-woods road in sloppy Oregon. Another fruitful parent of mud is the use of stuff that is I little better than clay for macadamizing. It outs 1 up into a stiff mud aftor rain, whioh is sometimes almost adhesive enough to suck the hoofs on* a horse, or the wheels off a vehicle. EXTENSION Or NOBTH BEACH WOOLLEN MILLS. A Dew building will be without deity erected as an addition to the North Beach Woollen Mills. It will front on North Point street, between Polk and Van Ness. The siz.j of the building will be SB4 feet front by 64 feet deep, with a wing on each end, lOOx 64. The building will bo four stories high, of brlok. The lot now being filled in between Beach and Jefferson streets is for *. drying ground onl; . When the new works are finished, tbecapaoity of the oombined mills will be doubled. Eight hundred and fifty hands will then be employed — If 0 of thorn Chinamen. The company has been gradually lessening the number of Onlnamon employed, and It will continue to do so.

6TBHET BAILBOADS.

The Geary-street Cable Railroad Company say that the road will be in running order in three wcei.ii. We hear from practical men tbat, considering the work to be done, it is safer to say tbat the road will be running in two or three months. The Market-strtet Railroad Company will build their McAllister branch to Devisadero street, but it is yet uncertain whether the work will be done forthwith. The difnonlty and expense of getting rails at present affects the company's decision. The motive power will be a wire cable.

BKAI. K.-TATE BALKS FOE THE MONTH.

The sales of real estate (hiring the mouth Just passed amounted to $1,120,582. Among the more important were the following :

The plain small two story brick building and lot, 23x60, north slle of Cioary street, 160 H feet east of Stockton, have been sold for $16,000; the building is occupied as the Health office ; it rents for $1)5 net to the city ; the property is Just outside theDupont-street assessment; had that plaster been upoa it, it would not probably hava cold for over $12,000 or $13,000. The adjoining lot on the west, used as a coal >ard, has been Bold for $15,000.

The throe story briok building, with mansard roof, and lot, southwest corner of Montgomery and Washington, havo been sold for $22,500. Tho lot has a frontage of 46 feet on Montgomery by 33 on Washington. The rents are $2 35 ; part of the build, ing is now empty.

Tbe property southeast Hide Market street, 150 feet northeast of Seventh, 75 190 in size, has been sold for $55,006 that is, for $54,000 and the taxes of 1879-80, amounting to about $900. There is an old ODo-fctory frame building on tbe lot, in stores; the rents are nominal.

Tho property north side California, 87^ feet oast or Montgomery, has been sold tor $42,500. The lot is 25x114)4 ; there is a three-story brlok buiMing on it ; rented to one tenant for $000 a month.

The property southwest corner of Butter and Jones 67^ feet on Butter by 122 V« on Jones, with lot in rear on west 22x25 -has been sold for $45,000. There is a fine residence on the lot ; the most of the furniture in the house went with tbe proporty. The lot and old frame building, southwest line atooart street, IBH4 feet northwest of Howard, 45 7§ by 187*$ insiae, have benu Bold for $9000; rants $90 ; very cheap.

Signalling l».v Itlamlnatvd. Steam.

From the London Times

When a strong ray of l'gbt is thrown upon a Jet of steam issuing forth into darkness, the ateam be. comes brilliantly illuminated, and the light thus transmitted is visible from long distances. A familiar example of this is occasionally to be seen in the steam issuing from a looomotive engine at night, and on which tbe rays of light from the furnaou are sometimes thrown when tbe driver opens his firedoor. Taking advantage of this principle, M. Carl Otto Ramfctedt, late of tbe Kueaian navy, baa devised an ingenious system of night signalling on board a sbip, with whioh uome experiments have rooently been made by the Trinity Board. The apparatus consists of a dished ohambcr., in which tho inventor burns strontium and other Bubst&nces, bo as to produca a variety of colorn, if desired. At tbo back of tbe chamber is a reflector, by meanß of which the ligbt is thrown on tbe steam either steadily or in flashes at will. Tho steam thus beoomes a luminous tuass, varying in color with the substances used in combustion. In practice, the ligbt is thrown upon the steam issuing from the funnel of a steamer, and optical signals are made according to any known codo of signalling, such as by combinations of iiaßhes of longer or shorter duration. Thlp la effected by the light apparatus being closed in at the front witb a hinged cover, which is manipulated by the signaller, according to arrangement.

It onght not to be considered Improper to present Blow man with a hurricane.

Holm an Lived Pa.i>, no medicine, 319 Battery st.

Books, Auotion and Private Sale, 655 Market St.

- — — . ♦ v ,' ;. •—• — ••_ Homoeopathic Cough and Group Syrup, 234 Butter ; . . « » ,, — _ . For the very boat Photographs go to Bradley * Ralofeon'o. Prices red need. Cloocd on Band ay.

Photographs of superior finish at Morse's Pnlac* of Art, 417 Montgomery streot.

a Occidental Lodge, No. 22, F. mid YyA. M — The Ofllcors and Members of the above /^rSl.o(iK«> urn hereby notified to attend » Stated MeetIng thereof THIS (Monday) EVENING, January 6, at 1% o'clock, in King Solomon's Hall,' Masonic Temple. Master Masona in good standing aro cordially. Invited. -By order of the Master. 11, JONES, :Scc'y. '<-: _ 0 Hermann o<lkc No. 127, F. ni»d A. /JlQr -Tim officers aad members of tho above named /-▼ALodgo are hereby notified to attoud a Stated MootIng thereof, THIS (Monday) EVENING, January 6, at 1% o'clock. By order of the W. M. Jas L. SCHUMACHER, Secretary. \ A: / Han )' : Francisco ; Chapter, , No. 1, \g>B# Royal Arch Masons. — Officers and members of {S|Bj this Chapter art; hereby notified to attend a <^Y/§a Stated Meeting thereof. THIS (Monday! Ml - W ' gw * EVENING, January 6, at 7% o'clock. , Members of , California ;Chnpter, No. 5, and sojourning, Cora panlons are cordially Invlied .to he present. By order of the IV P. SAMUEL SWIFT, Secretary. MOT Tim Sam FrattoUco Ossll^lit Com. pany.i- The Annual Wetting of the Stockholders of the San Franoißco Gaslight Company will be held at the offloe of the Company, at one o'clock P. M., on TUESDAY, : the TvVKNTIBTH 5 day of ' JANUARY, 1880. '•••'? > WM. O. BARRETT, Secretary. : Ban Francisco, January sth, 1880. " Jaß, ; ; Office of The California Powder Works, Ban Francisco, January 6tb, 880— Notice. — Tbe annual meeting of the Htockholdera of The California Powder Works will bo hold at the Company office, No. 230 California ; street; on 'MONDAY, February 2.1, 1880, r at 12 o'clock M jts : JOHN F. LOHSE. Secretary. ;^ FOR THE FRENCH GUNBOAT "LAMOTHE ;; PIQUET,",- four It on Duoys, to b» used for signal and mooring purposes In the Port of 'Papeete, (Tahiti.) Parties wishing J to contract for the supply of :&ald buoys may leave their proposals, with specifications, drawIngs, etc., etc., the jgSSftwiWTOtoBW^SH FRENCH CONSULATE'S OFFICE, j.-"|Jas-3;;? :, 704 Washington street.

FOR SALE. r\SEB!S, A LANDAULET WITH HARNESS; IN gfilfejig®^ first class order, cost : $1200, will be sold 1 for less than naif. / HYNARD 'B 8 TABLE, Jivs-3 .gj v Jf Twelfth and Mission streets. .. ;WE; WE THE UNDERSIGNED DO HEREBY CERTIFY ;?:VVv.; that S WILLIAM FItKEBORN and WALTER TURNBULL era the -names? In full of all the members of the partnership doing business In the Slate of (Jill fjrnla under, the firm name of FREEBORN AND COMPANY That the principal place where the business of sal'l partnership 1b carried on Is In the City and County of San Fraucisco, State of California, and that the residence of said William Freeborn \% in the City 'ana "County Jof San Francisco, State of i California, and the residence jof said Walter Turnbull is In the City of Oakland, State of California. In witness whereof we, the said William Freeborn and Walter Tnrnbnll, have hereunto set our bands and seals at the City and County of San Francisco, State of California, this 24 day of January, A. D. 1880 ;■:; WILLIAM FREEBORN, [seal.] ' WALTER TURNBULL, [skau] . ■)i State ; of California, CitY and Coumtt or San ■ Francisco, — On the second day. of January, A. D. One Thousand Eight Hundred and Eighty,' before me, Goo. T. Knox, a Notary/Public In and for said City and j County, residing therein, duly commissioned aud sworn, personally appeared Walter Turnbull gfs and "p. William Freebo/n, ; known ? ; to ;majto i; be the persons described In, whese names are subscribed to, and - who ' executed the within Instrument, end they dnly acknowledged to me that they executed the same. In witness whereof, I { have I hereunto set': my band, and ;? affixed smy official seol, at my office In the \ City 1 and « County of S San Francisco, the day and year last above written. ■ [BIAS.] : ■■■::■-; GEO. T. KNOX, Notary Public. Endorsed— Filed January 2, 1880, in the County Clerk's" office of the City and County of San Francisco. Wm. A. Stuart, County <rVv;.; .'•■';■••. ■' ■.■ v -.-. :• Jas-M6 .: ERTIFICATE OF PARTNERSHIP— WE CERTIFY V/ " } , that we, constitute [al partnership transacting business In this State, Its principal place of business Is Son Francisco, California. Its uarao Is STEIN, SIMON & CO. . The full names and respective places of v residence of all its members* are Rigned hereto. January 1, 1880 HENRY WILLIAM STEIN, of Frankfort-on- [sf.al.] J ; the-Maln,; Germany, by i his attorney-lu- ., fact, E. Arnstelu. '..-.■. s ..' .■. ■ :;• HERRMANN ■ LOUIS : SIMON,' of ; San • Fran- : [seal.] clkco, Cal. :i -'?7;»V'?ii.'vv? ' - ; ''"':.:: ' ■■ "'■'-." ■'! ■; '■/ ;'.; ■ •:. \ SYLVAIN WEILL, of v San Francisco, Cal., f [seal.] by his attorney -ln-fact, A. Welll. i :'v\> I V. i -.' i 'J ; > v' HENRY HOFFMANN, of San Franclnco, Gal. [seal.] ARNSTEIN, of San Francisco; Cal. [seal.] ; | : Acknowledged January 2, 1880, before F. O. Wegener,' Notary J Pnbll\ Filed January 2, 1880. William ■; A. • Stuart, County Clerk. ;i:^.;^'^: i -v;^''4;;\JaS : Ms;^ NOTIOE IS HERKBY GIVEN THAT, IN PURSUd^^auce^ofs Section 3052 of the Civil Code, 1 wll cause a certain buggy to be sold at public auction, as the property of Victor Guyod. Said sale will Ibe '< made by order of the nderu'Ruod h to satisfy a lien thereon for repairs done by him at the request of said Victor Gnyod, as I owner In possession ' thereof, amounting to I the sum of sixty (s6oj dollars, U. S. gall coin, and expenses of keeping and selling the (-amp. Said sale will be made at the hmr of 11 A. M.. MONDAY, January 12 n, 1850,' a*, '.the BBitn t Francisco florae Market, Nos. 83, 85 and 37 New Montgomery street, Fan Francttco. ■3JBBj;^A-^-:f^^;.>C^ ; -.:^:^^':iJOHNj ; McOLILLAN. EEMOVAL ! The Offlco and Warerooms of the HALL'S SAFE AND LOCK CO. REMOVED TO \4\ 4 '-\ 211 AND 213 CALIFORNIA ST., JUST ABOVE front. d 026 codlm "'■■■■'"■".•■--' " ■ ■ - ■ ■ . FORTHfjOLiOAYS Boys' Suits. THE : MOST ELEGANT ASSORTMENT OF CAREfully selected : fabrics, well made, and "at I very low prices. Parents need do no shopping this season. < Come right to PALMER'S, taMpn^ iiwiiiMiiiii|iiiwii|iiiiiiiiiiii'' i r* n *'*TiHr M n* M *"rf : *^. de6.eod2plm 726 MARKET STREET.

JKiiu ■'^'o"ucvi'igcihciits; \ ■6~ Justice M l&lnjr. Company — Location of principal place of business, San Francisco — Location of works, Gold Hill, Storey County, Nevada— Notice. — There ti delinquent upon the followlDß-deecrlbed stock, on account of Assessment (No. 80) levied on the Twen-ty-ninth day of November, 1879, the several amounts set opposite the namos of the reoDectlve shareholders, tn follows ••... .-. ■•;.:'. No No Names. <Jer'.lttr»te. Shares. Ao<ount. I Glazier & Co, Trustees......... 52 60 $25 00 McDonnell A 00, Trustees...... 141 10 500 McOjnnell A 00, Trustees : 142 10 6 00 M G»llngcr; .Trustee.'..;.-;..;;..';. 1184 10 6 00 Ho«mer & Bourse, Trustees... 2821 10 5 00 L B Frank 1, Tru5tee.......;..... 2888 6 2 60 Jas Coffin, Tru5tee....;;........... 8088 20 10 00 Schmledell, Hochstadter A 00, v •Trustees...;,;,,, ;..'.;..".i.;.V«^.." 8896 60 25 00 F H Page, Tru5tee...,.,;.......... 8658 10 6 00 Wl son & Ilutcblneon. Tru5tee8.;.....^;.;;;7.;;...^.;.;.....» 8676 10 00 I Gtazlsr A Co, TrustekS.;....... 8709 10 6 00 V A Trttle ft Co, Trustees....... 8767 50 25 00 F A Trltle ft 00. Trustees....... 8794 60 25 00 OW Fox, Tru5tee........;......... 4140 10 00 A W Wh«t9,TruBtee.;....... .4665 10 500 Oils Merrlam, Trustee 4583 6> 25 00 Crocker ft Suydum, Trustees... 4718 6 ';'■'■ ■ 2 60 T B Valentine, Tru5tee........... 6039 88 i 16 60 Epp3teln A 00, Trustees^;;;.;;.* 5059 50 25 00 1 Glazier A Co, Trustees ...... 6486 4 200 I Gl^ler ft 00, Trustees ,;..,.. 5595 60 25 00 WE Norwood, Trustee.;. ..6680 10 600 I Seustatler, Trustee ............ 6766 10 5 0) Janioi Coffin, Trustee 6892 20 10 00 John htnson, Trustee 6279 10 5 00 RE Keif, Tru5tee....;.......;... 6295 22 6-100 1103 Coffin; ■ Sanderson A Cook, iiTrn5teee.;............;....;.^..... 6488 10 5 00 Geo B Root, Tru5tee..;....;.... 6512 20 10 00 Jno Macph.reon, Trustee 6516 10 5 00 SchmUdeli, Hoohstadter ft C 0 ,.;.. ; Trustees .;..;..;... .......... 6587 60 25 00 A G Gurneti ft 00, Trustees... 6617 20 10 00 W/E Davis; Tra5tee.;.....;..;...'. 6709 6 2 60 Ke'.ney & Dyrr, Trustees 6764 60 25 00 Hochstad er ft Co, Trustees. 6756 10 6 00 E Hochstadter A 00, Trustees. 6783 10 6 00 E Hoohs»adter ft 00, Trustees. 7084 5 2 50 Block A Hernhnrd, Trustees... 7121 100 60 03 Geo «J Boor, Tru5tee....;;..:...;.. 7863 10 ,5 00 B-ecklarlr"fj9& Yo»t. Trustee. 7884 20 10 00 Brectlnrldge A Yost, Trust' es. 7484 15 760 WiE Norwood, Trustee.....;..;; 7483 100 50 00 Edwards A Irvine,' Trustees... 745 1 80 : 16 00 W'LDuocan, Tru5tee;.......... 7570 10 6 00 TH Dlxon, Tru51ee.;....;..;..... 7«5l 20 510 00 E A Richardson, TraEtee........ 7711 10 5 00 Jas Wharton, Tru5tee...;.......; 7777 ; 10 600 Thos O'Connor, Trustee........ 7804 10 6 00 A W -White, Tru8te9........;;....,787l 50 25 00 Hale ft Paoieco, Trustees...;.. 7883 10 5 00 X A Richardson, Trustee........ 7886 ' 10 , 500 JMSb.otwe!l,Tr«stee.;v.;.«..- 7951 20 ; 16 00 W L Duncan, Trustee. 1 ...'....;..; fcO32 5 60 Cope A Davis, Trustees 8126 5 2 50 d 8kh;Tru8tee;;.v.;..;.;.7;;;.. . 8208 50 25 00 1C Oohlll A 00, Trustees 8210 20 10 00 I GU zl r ft 00. Trustees......... 824 1 50 26 00 J M ShbtweU, Trustee ...;...;.. 8264 50 25 00 Paul Moronev, Trustee....;...;. 8811 .; 20 10 00 Zadlg _ Weill, Trustees.;..; 1 .'..; 8335 10 500 S B Waketleld A 00, Trustee... 8351 1 60 J P Oavaliier, Trustee..;-.....,:;'. 8355 40 20 00 V _ Berryman, Trustee 8387 10. :;^s'oo: ;^5'00 W -elley, Trustee 8464 - 80 15 00 R V Kent, Tru5tee...............^ 8466 ; 10 600 it E Kelly, Tru8tee......:..V.'U..~ 8491 10 6 00 Brecklnridge ft Yost; Trustees. 8647 20 10 00 Brecklnrldge ft Yost, Trustees. 8548 20 10 00 M S 31 artin, Trustee .;.:;;:...'..» 8558 10 ■ 5 00 iW.'U Geleite Trustee 8559 10^ 6 00 E Jackson, Tru5tee '.....;..;.....; BMO 10 5 00 E Bochstadt*r A Co, Trustees; 8C67 /■•;: ".* 6 2 50 Htgglns A Uonkilng, Trustees. f 671 ; 100 60 00 11 Minuter, Trustee..;..;'..;.^ 8701 20 SlO 00 0 J Kirn, Trustee 8747 ~ 10 6 00 I fleizberg, Trustee 8770 ;20 10 00 « Hochs'adter & Co,' Trmteea. 8775 ; > 100 < 60 00 W U OUrk, Tiustees - 8784 10 6 00 Ja* Pftt«reon;TruBtee.;.;.;.;.^^B7»s 100 . 50 CO JasPatereon, Trustee 8786 100 . 50 00 ZailK A, Welll,' Trustees.;;..;.;; 8821 6 2 50 W L Duncan, Trusted 8826 10 . 6 00 Green«baum,vHblblng; ft 00, ;U / ■:,. .■'. "■.;. X &Tru8tee5....;......;.^i..;.....; 8853 1000 600 00 W II Wrlgh:, Tru5tee.. .....;.... 8888 10 6 00 PS Fay, Trustee 8908 10 6 00] F.Wolf^Trustee;^.^;^.;.;..;;.. 8985 5 2 50 OASchn)ltt,:TruBtee.^.;...'.;: 8963 10 .6 00, Jno v M.cpherso?, Trustee ■ 8971 . 10 6 00 ; Qeo W. Kell«y, Tru5Ue........... 8979 ,10, 10 >;;. . 6L 00 P SLFay, Truttee 8983 10 5 00] 8 It WakeUeld ft 00, Trustees 9001 5 2.60! J B Bourne, Trustee - 9007 40 . 20 00 WL Duncan,? Trustee..;...;.'.^ 9012 20 10. 00 R C Tobln, ; Trußue:;;;*.*.;.*;^;; ; 9059 • 10 ' 600 Geo W. Hey," Tru5tee..;.......' 9090 10 .6 00 DM Hornier A Ooj Trustees... 9119 20 10 00 Breckinrldge ft Yost, Truste 9174 5 260 Jaa Coffin, Tru5tee.;;.;;.?.....;;-" 9363 100 60 00 Franks A Gray,' Trustees 9396 - 50 25 00 Ualo ft Pa-.heo, Tru tees 94:7 10 6 00 Rand ■. lph, Mackintosh A Co,: ' ' 1 ;r.Tru8tee5^.;.^.;..;...;;.;....»...^f1430 5 ' .. 2 50 Mark) <& Relahardt. Trustees :943*: 943* 60 : \ 25:00 Brecklnrldge A Yost, Tnuteea 9490 20 .;'•':.■, 10 00 BO Tjbini Trustee..;;;;;;;;;;.;.; 9605 -10; >^500 W L Duncan. Trustee 1 9640 ; 5 2 60 L P Drexler ft Co, Trustees... 9733 ; 60 25 CO L P Drexler ft Co, Trustee?... 9734 »0 26 00 D M Hosmer A Oo,' Trustees... 9802 10 6 00 A G "Gurnett ft Go, Trustees... 9i«7 20 10 00 G.eenebauui, Ho'.blug ft Co, '^Tru5tee5......:;.;.......;.....;.;.. 9869 60 25 00 1 Herzberg. Trustee ;...;;..'.' v-901 20 10 00 Gre«n9baum, Helling A Go, Tru5tee5............................ 9307 100 60 00 Jna Micpherßon, Trustee...;.;; 991 a . 7 10 ;- ' 6 ; 06 Jas Coffin, Tru5tee.;...;;.......;. 9865 ■. 20 10 00 J B 80 arae,. Tru5tee. ........... 9969 ;5 " 260 D M Ho :mer ft Co, Trustees... 9970 10 6 00 Randolph, Mackintosh A 03, Tru5tee5..;;;,...;..;;.;.;;.;;..;;..; 9931 , 10 500 Olute ft Loveland, Trustee.-.. 10 6 00 IT Wolf, Trustee ;.;.;....;..........10013 20 10 00 Baldwin Gardiner; Trustee.'...'. 10051 1* 7 50 E Jackson,' Trustee.:..*..;.;.. 10053 10 ' 6CO H H Noble & Co, Trustees 10067 60 26 00 ("r.-enebauiu, Helblng ft 00, : '^T U8te»5...;.;;...........»......... 10076 100 50 00 A W Wuite, Trustee 10091 6 «|2 CO A W White. Trustee 10101 . 5 2 60 ZidtgA ;We111,Trujtee5;........10119; Welll,Trujtees;........l0119 15 7 60 A Hochstadter Co, Trustees. 10155 ■ 10 600 Geo B II 11. Cashier,, Trustee.. 10 186 5 .2 60 G'oVB Hill, Cashier, Trustee..lol!t7 25 12 50 v Gurnett ft Co. Trustees. 6 250 J L Hunt, Trus ee.................10J0l ;' 20 10 00 BaldwlaGatdiccr, i Tiustee.. ..10335 20 .10 00 Latham A King, Trustees 10349 20 10 0) Latham ft King. Trustees 103t0 20 10 00 John Bed«wlck, Trustee 103 c 6 5 2 50 P. Grl.?6lnger, Trastee ........ 10393 60 26 00 James Coffin, Trusts*- .......... 10468 26 12 60 Gau hler ft 00, Trasteef...;:iO4B7 10 6 00 John Maopherson, Trustee...^!o496 5 2 90 John M&cpher'on, A Trustee... 10540 10 5 00 James L King A 00, Trustees. lo6Bo 20 10 00 Gre'eiiAtaum, Helblig A Co, Trustees ......................... 10613 10 6 00 II H Scott ft 00, Trua eon 10611) 20 10 00 Randolph, Mackintosh A Co,

Tru8tee5........;............M......10f1'3 10 5 CO Geo W Ke ly, Tru5iee............10702 10 5 CO Ueo If Boot, TruBt«e ............ 10728 20 10 00 Job Ii Kloir A Go, Trusts:*..... 10798 100 60 00 Kppbtel 1 k 00, Truttee^......10837 60 26 00 Kr .1 Barling, Trusteo ;...... 1010) 50 2600 M?fi>«t, B«c-inA<Jo,Truiit*«a.lO»<)2 10 5 00 II <! Swain, TruVeo. 10902 10 6 00 EllochsU'lter«S:Go,Trnttees.lo997 CO 2*oo Geo II Koot, Tru«te0..............110 6 10 5 00 K}U- A Wrltilit, TniHt. en 'Hill 60 2*oo l.n Inui A Ivl'^p, Trut>tfOi IJO7H 100 50 CO D M II -hurt & <*<>, Trtia ees..l not 20 10 CO \V L l>Hiio»n, Tru5iee.. .......... llli>B 10 6 00 I G'azler •& Go, Trustee* .;.... 11199 10 25 00 John a ret*, Tiustee ..;..;., 11229 729 100 866 Urocker A Gunett. Trustees... .......;...........;....... ...11231 7 27-100 8 03 Urocker A Gurnett. Tin5tf^ex... ..................... ...........11232 7 20 100 8 88 0 W Fox, Ttu5tce..................1123i 7 28100 8 68 Qre nobatim, Helbiug A lie, Trustees ......... ........11239 720 100 8 62 Joseph Ii King A Go, 1 , Trus te05;.. ............... ............. 11280 20 10 00 D M Homier Tiustce(>...U3l(3 20 : 10 00 Uuilln, ' Sanderson A Gock, .Tm5teeH............ 11325 10 6 00 Greenebaum, Helblng A (Jo, Trustees ;.............. 11347 10 6 00 L G eocbaum & Go, Tru«> ■ tee 5..;..."....... 11475 20 10 00 A G Gurnett A Trustee*-. ..11533 20 10 00 iE llocbstcdter A Oj, Tra«- . rte08:;;;......;.......;.;......;...;...ii670 25 12 60 Ibompsoc, Trustee 11578 :40 20 00 E Duare, Tru9tee;.^..;;.;;;;;..;.ii6i7 20 10 00 Grrenebaum, Helbljg A t00,;Tru8teb8..^.;;.;..;;;^...V...11096 60 25 00 Th«o Llebermaun.Truste?...... 11698 20 10 00 U If Noble & Go, Trust c 11718 20 10 00 8 B Waketleld ; A Go, Tru;- " te<?e.................. .................11775 60 25 00 S Waketleld A Go, Trus- « tees.-;;.;;.. 1 .;;.;.....;........ ........11778 50 25,00 Woods '&: Ji'reiburn, Tru5'tee5.................. .....;........ 1178/ 60 25 00 D M Uo&mer A Go,; Trus- . ' , . ten..;.;;... ..;.;.....;.....;. 11817 30 16 09 B X Klly, Trustee ...............11869 40 20 00 [ Glut r A Co. Trustees 11946 200 100 90 Wni O.«TRen, TruBte»..... 11989 "". 65 27 60 FraukH A Gray, Tru8teec.... .12002 . 6 2 60 L GUzlsr A Go, Trustees... 12080 50 25 00 H D Hawks, Trustee .........12 173 10 6 00 Blcbardison, H'.ll A O», * Trustres .........12207 60 '25 00 Bichirdson; Hill & Co, '5iTru5tee5....;;.;.;.. ........ 12208 50 26 00 Jus rotr.Hon,- Tiu Uee...... ...... 12212 ■ 60 25 00 J i tavalll-,r, f Trusiee 12221 50 .25 00 J PC»y4llier;Trus ee^.;..;..;.t2280 . 25 12 50 JP,,Ga vallier, Trus ec 12260 6 2 60 J L Hunt, Trustee ......U.12271 10 : 5 00 QeroUraa Qalrrollo, TrusUe. 100 60 00 J GIHon, Trustee .■..;..... .;..;...;12290 , 60 25 00 X -in- v & Dyer, ,'Jrusiees. ..:.. 12320 if 5 260 Tiro noun, '1rut>1ee....12834 ' 69 , 25 00 Gaor c T Marje A 800, Trus- ' t-e5.;v.:;;;;;;;;^:..;':.....;.«;;.i.;;'2385 ;■ 30 25 00 J G i.o.i; TruUee.;......'..;....V...12409 . 10 : SOO Go > T Marye A Son, Trustees 12421 60. 25 00 Geo T Marye & Son, Trustees. 12446 50 25 00 H 11 Noble A Co, Tiustee* ' ' 20 10 00 It E Kelly, Trustee 12480 . i 25 V .12 50 G \V Kelle , Trustee 12518 20 10 00 B F LauKland l 'vTiu.tee.'...*;;';V.;i2s4o : 30 '15 00 Zidlg Welll, Trustees 12568 : 50 ; 25 00 G>)tUu, Sanderson ■' A '-'■ Oook,' V : Tras ees 12601 33 15 CO R Grle 1 igor, Trustee..;:.;. .;.".. 12603 60 i 25 CO VVH Wright; Trustee. :;..:..;;.12012 10 6 to W II Wr.gut, i Trustee 12634 10 5 00 WE Norwood, Trustee 12653 2> 1260 B HocnstadUr & Co, Tiusteea. 12666 60 25 00 RiC Ke ly, Trustee 12693 25 12 60 r a H-cnstadter A Co; TiusK-e*, 1261)8 :■25 ; 12 60 £ Hocbstadter AGo,Tra»tees.l272B : 25 12 60 Geo T Morye A Son, Trustees. 5) 25 00 H D rtiwks. Trustee .V.... M 127':9 16 7 60 B E Kely; Trustee 1.782 80 25 00 G0 B 8ict,;Tru6tee..'....;:;.;.^1283l- 3) • 15(0 ii H Noble AGo, TiU8:ee8.V....12835:?0t 10 00 D M Ho nier 'o, Trustees. ..l2Bl3 20 10 00 Greenobautn, He.blng A Co, ;':•;. yc.Trn8teei.;...;;.;;;.;.;;«..^.~;;^i2848 \. ; :; 60 lv ■ ■ 26 GO O jo Blt ot, ; Tru5ue;.....~.....; 12860 20 V H lO 00 H G KeHey,;TiU8tee............ 12891 20 10 00 G KeUey, Trustee 12891 , 10 t5 09 I UlazUr A 00, Tru5teeH. ........ 121*2 [ 100 60. CO J L ArrnHiroDK, Trustee '10 ; 6 CO BpejerßroB,-',Tfurtee?...;...;....12!>. 30 . 16 00 Gaa T,"M erj c A Son? Truitee«il296 i • ' 60 , 25 00 Geo T Marye AS 'r -TiustB6S.:i2«64 60 '"■ 25 r 00 T M»rye ASon,,Tru-.tee5.;i2966 60 25 93 Geo T Marye A Son, TruBtees..l2966 ,c 60 !; • 25 00 O:oT Marye A Son, Trustees.. 12967 .'■.■'■. 50 2'i 00 Geo T Mane lAKon.'.Trukteee^l296B1 AKon.'.Trukteee^l2968 50 ; 25 00 Geo T Mary* A Son, Trustees .12970 v *■ 10 \ < 6 00 » E Kelly. Trustee 13027 : 10 500 G I lion, i Trustee ~.15050 . 20 10 00 a O Tob'n, Trustee 13<56 10 5 00 A G Gunett A Co. Trustees. ..UCB6 20 10 00 Greenebat.ni, Helping A 00, " . . STrasteeB:;:.";;^;.;;;;^;.;;;;..;.i3o67 80 25 00 Mosser, Bacon Trustees. 1307« ' 16 , : ; 750 D M HoiiKi & O>, Trustee«»l3 l4s 30 1 >p-. '■. i 15 ; ( 0 W H Wrlsht. Trustee ( ;;;;^^.l3l46; - 20 n 10 00 Block A Bernard, TruBtees.';;;.lBlfc3; ;15 '. 760 D M Hosmer& O\ 13156 :20: 20 10 00 Macpheraori A Sblnn,Trustee»l3l69 . ; 90 45 00 A \V alow A Go, TruBtees;.;;;.l3 67 25 12 ' 60 ;BKKelly;;Trastee:;^:^:;;V; 13228 16 " 500 I GlaziG.-«ft Go, Trust«es.:*.;r..;.lB24l 100 15) 00 Oope A Davis, Trustees 13292 5 /"260 J M Shotwell, Trustee 1-300 50 ; 26 O'J Banett A Walker, Trustees.. 18307 60 ,• 26 00 Oops A Davis; Trustees..'....... l3BoB 60 25 00 I G aeler A Go, Trustees........ 18311 '26 ' 12 60 E E Dawey, Trustee 13315 :. 6") . , . 25 00 \ X H Johstadter A Oo,Trusteei>^l3376 l 10 r 5 00 yon Loeiecke,' Trustee 18S87 '60 7 ; 26 00 B E X lly, Trustee 13394 46 ':?■ 22 50 I Glazier A Trustees ...18407 ! l<<o 50 00 D M H.smer A 00, TrtuteeH..l34lO '50 25 0) D M Hosmer A Go, TrustMS..lB4ll , 20 10 00 It E Kelly, :,Tm8t«e..u.'..7T.;i;.'.13421^ 810 360 00 (Jej P.800t,;TrU8tee.;:..;..;...>13463 • . 30 . 15 00 Geo P Boot, Tru5tee........ ...... 13475 30 16 10 Oope A Davis, Trustees 18476 10 5 60 E Hochstedter A O), Tru tee. 13483 50 25 00 NatSteln;Trustee.;V:^;.;;...;..;iSs2l 63 ; 25 00 Geo T Marye A Son, Trustees. 12538 60 ' 2 1 00 Geo T Msrye ft Bon, Tru*te«s.l3s39 v2O : 10 00 E Hochotadter A Trustees 13646 10 6 00 H O Hawks, Tru8tee............ 18)70 ; 20%: 10 00 II E Kelly, Trustee 13625 60 26 00 BE Kel,, Trustee ........ 13812 ■;• 10 6 00 X Ke.lv, Tru.tie 18660 10 \ 6 00 E P Murphy, Tru5tee.;...V.....'.1 3674 60 25 ! 00 H: D Hawks, Trustee 18676 10 VS-M :6 00 It E Kellv, Trustee, bal '.077..13702 0 25.100 8 12* Crock* r r A : Buydam, ' Trustees. " :baii0037;;...;.;;A.;.v....v;.;.;..i87i0: baiioo37;;...;.;;A.;.v....v;.;.;..i87io 13 ; A 60 H H Noble A ; Go, Truths, ba1:10272.........;.....;....W......13711 6 26100 12% Nat Stein, T.ustee, bal 11040..18714 > 626 100 8 l'l% PS ray, Trustee, bal U840....15716 ■•'•• 2 tS-100 1 AY/l SBWaktflsll A Co,' Trustees, "iba1112064^..;;;....;...............18717 67 1-100 88 50 B X Kelly; T4fc«tee.....;.........13718 10 , 00 BEE) ly, Tru aee....'.....;;;.^ 13723 ; 6 25-100 8 12,'* D M Hosmer ft Co,' Trustees, \ . n\yA. 8920..^ ;....;..., -18724 466 100 2 2tx HH Noo'e & 00, Trustees... 1872» 2 1 100 1 00 J L Hunt, Trmf t bal 9076... 18! 27 2 97100 1 : 48% KeiniFy '■>. A Dyer, ? Trustees, '•: '■■'",': : 5 bal 6451..;.....;;.;.»..*::.........~13723 1 2 100 61 BE Kel y, Trustee toil 10682..137.9 1 4100 62 P N Lillenihisl, 'Trustee, ; ba1.17461........;.....;....:.......187«0 8 94100 197 SchtnleJtll, Houhst^dter ft Oo, V; ■ v v:X ,T,U3tcos,:bal 2)586 18781 10 80-100 514 H Bellgm»n, Tr tee. bi 12460.. 18732 2 21-100 , 1 10* Zadlg A Welll, Trustees. bai 3851 i ;;«:::..".;;........;...i*783 89 10 6P Bi: Kelt j . Trus tee, r b»l 11269.18734 4 66-100 2 .2' Goo T Mtrye ft Son, Trustees. WMBMBB^afe^ ba1J2560........;...........;......13785 1 91-100 9y, Latham :ft . King, Trustees, ; - bal 1414..........:,i....;........;-18786: 1 7-ICO S>; E OahMl. ft Co, Trustees, . bal 12707...........................13737 2 80-100 - .t.<% S B WaketJeld ft Go, Trustees. 13751 6 '■- - H G*rloVJr; Tru»t«e.......;....13:76 6 Z]f4 < B E Kelty, Trustee 13783 15 7 .*•} I Kenney A Dyer, Trustees M 13789 60 iS^i

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iXlcm Aiiuetnscmcnm Names. Certificate, fchares. Amount. Kenney ft Dyer, Trustees 13790 60 20 00 Nat Htein, Trustee 13796 10 6 00 M Lebatard, Trustee 18800 10 6 00 J O Klew'fljh, Tmntee 18880 30 15 00 D Z Tost & Co, Trustees 13848 39 IS 00 F Wolf, Trustee 13884 59 26 00 X B Grant, Trustee 13895 100 F0 00 Greenebaum, H-.liiinji A Co, Trustees 18899 10 5 00 F H Page, Trastee 18907 13 6 60 Alfrod B Hill, Trustee 18911 60 25 00 Franfco ft Gray, Trustees' 18918 5 2 60 Jno Hu chlnfo.i. Trastee 13920 30 15 00 R X Kelly, Tru-tee 13985 45 22 60 Oope ft DavlH, Trustees 18939 50 25 00 D Z Yost A 00, Trustees 13945 20 10 09 Geo T Marye A Son, Trustees.. 1394 6 30 15 00 Wm Qlbt one, Trustee -13948 60 25 00 Gnensbaum, Helblng ft 00, Trustees. 18951 10 5 00 H S Ledyard, Trustee 13987 10 6 00 ; Woods A Fre*born, Trustees.. 1898 V 80 16 00 Old Series. BUI A Kllgour, Trustees 1290 80 15 00 Gauthlor ft Garlot, Trustees... 4129 10 6 00 W H Clarke A Uo, Tru tens,... 7425 5 2 60 ■ W H Olarkc A 00, Trusttes.... 7426 5 2 50 1 Lathsin ft King, Trustee" 9798 10 5 00 Jno Macphereoo, Trustee 10937 10 6 00 Greenebaum, Helbing ft <Jo, Trustees 12868 10 5 00 Crocker A Gur&ett. Trustees... 12444 6 2 60 j Latham A King, Trustees 13038 10 600 Zadlg ft Welll, Trustees 13175 20 10 CO O A Coarsen, Trustee 13730 10 6 09 A Holmes ft 00, Trustees 18865 10 8 00 Jas Wharton, Trustee 14617 10 5 00 Hobbard ft Co, Trustees 15247 20 10 00 Greenebaum, helblng ft 00, Trustees 16228 10 5 00 Jno Macpherson, Trustee 18937 20 10 00 H H Noble A Oj, Trustees 17427 10 500 Woods A Freeborn, Trustecs..l96s7 20 10 00 O O Buthr, Trustee 20280 520 260 00 Jos Kahn, Trustee 20283 5 2 60 And In accordance with law and an order of the Board of Directors, made on the twenty-ninth day of November, 1879, so many shares of each parcel of such stock as may be neoessarv will be sold at public auction, at the office of the Company, Room 2, Hay ward's B..lldlng, 419 California street, Ban Francisco California, on SATUBDVY. thJ TWENTY- FOURTH day ot JANUABY, 1880, at the hour of one (1) o'clock p. v. of said day, to pay eald delinquent assessment thereon, together with costs of advertising and expenses of the sale. B. H. KBLLY, Secretary Office— Boom 2, Hayward's Building, 419 California street, Sin Francisco, Oal. J i 5

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KTOTIOE3. Referring to the notification of our haying resigned the Agency of the ; GUARDIAN ASSURANCE COMPANY, we \ continue the transaction of Fire Insurance business on behalf of the London and Lancashire XF*I3rlJEi INSURANCE COMPANY, OF LIVERPOOL, For which we have been appointed General Agents. BALFQUR, GUTHRIE & CO., 316 California Street. Jal-ThM2plm THE PILSENER KAISER BEER ' mm JwsrTOT JtiSmrJA wVLmmßi mmaLm ■uwsi BOTTLED AT THE KAU£R BHKV.KItY IN BREMEN la unexcelled as to Brilliancy and Purity. FOR BALE BY / WOLFF & RHEiNKOLD. , a!4l \V r ii»]ilni{ton Street, 8. F. nolo-MWSa3p2m EISTGrLISH GROCERIES. . From;OBOBaE k BLACK WELL, Louden. English Y: Pioklos, Ass'd Saaoei, liuooa Oil, Spanish Olivet., Vinegars, Jams and Jellies, Potted Meats and : ;. ; :y Fish, "'. Curry Pnwderst Chutnie»,;Pare Spices, Glonoester and Cheshire Cheese* Find on Haddooks, Fresh MaokoroJ, and Table Dolioncioo. . ; ■ From ' . &J. OOLMAN, London. (Awarded Gold Medal and Decoration of the Gross of .the Legion of Honor.; Double Superfine Mustard. From J. S. FRY k SONS, London. Prise Medal Chooolate and Hom<Bopathio Cocoa. FOB ; BALE -- BY " r RICHARDS & HARRISON, :;9pj'. Corner Battery and Commercial Btreeta.

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Hfeettnp „ ., . — -».' ■; ■-:■■■.■■■.■.. ■ , ■ I tar California Academy of. Sciences. _ The Annual Meeting of the California Academy of Bolenoes will be held at the Hall, corner California and Dupont, at 7:30 P. M., MONDAY, January 6th, 1880. The Annual Eleotion for officers and Trustees for 1880 will be held on the same day at the same place, between the hours of 9 A. M. and 6 P. M. ; de2l OIIARLKH Q. YALE, Secretary. ' •9" The AnnuAl Meetlnir of tne Members of the orch of the Seventh Day Adventißts'' Society of San FranclHoo is appointed to be held at their Church, on , Lagana street, in tbo City of San Francisco, (in accordance with the By-Laws of said Society,) on MONDAY, the FIFTH day of JANUARY, 1880, at 6 o'olook P.M., for the purpose of electing Trustees for the ensuing year and other important business. All members of the Society are requested to attend. - deB.MS HENRY O. BLAKE, Secretary, i tar Stockholders* Meeting. '__ Notice la hereby I given to the ~ Stockholders of the Gilmore Angora Goat Breeding Association that the 1 Annual Meeting of the Stockholders of : said Company, for the purpose of electing a Board of five Directors for said Company for the ensuing year and the transaction of suob other business as may come before said meeting, will be held in the City of ■ San Franolsoo, .' on the SIXTH day of JANUARY, 1880, at tbe hour of 1 P. M., at the offloe of ' the Company,' which is likewise the office of the Justice Mining Company, at No. 419 California street, Boom No. 2. D. L. MCDONALD, President, * J. P. OAYALLIER, Secretary. 5 -Office— Room 2, 419 California street, Ban Brancieeo. California. deal \ car seocknolders' m.outlng»—Otace of the Buena Vista Yinioultural Society.— The Annual Meeting of the ? Stockholders; ; for the ? election •of Trustees to serve for the ensuing year and for the transaction of suoh other business an may properly come before "L" L the meeting, will be held ; at the office ! of the Company, 409 Battery street, between Merchant and Clay, up stairs, on TUESDAY, the SIXTEENTH day of DECEMBER. A. D. 1879, at 8 o'olook P. M. n027: BIOHAUD F. BUDGE, Secretary. , ; tar The linen* Vi*ta cultural Society. — } annual Stockholders' Meeting to be held this day is postponed to THUB3DAY, the EIGHTH day of JANUARY, A. D. 1880, at the same hour and place. [del 7] RICHARD F. BUDGE, Secretary. EXEMPT FIRE : COMPANY. ANNUAL ELECTION. § Notice is hereby given, that (lie Bzj. Annual Election of > Officers of : the Exempt : Fire Jj l;l ' Company for the : year 1880, will be held at their TCOifl Hall on MONDAY, the 12th day of January, 1880. Polls will be open from 2 o'clock P.M until 8 o'clock P.M. By order. W. D. L. HALL, JNO. F. LYONB, ADAM SMITH, Julgesof Election. . GEO. W. COBBELL, Secret«r7. Ja2

tor Notice. —The ■* Annual meeting of the Stockholders of a the : Paelfio Bank will be \ held > : at their [ Banking House, northwest H corner > Pinc H and Sansome streets, on MONDAY, the 12th day of January; 1880, at 3 o'olook p. M. k '^M ,:;.'.•: - ■' r - Vi i; v^ L. YBSABIA, Secretary. ••• Ban Franolsoo, December 27, 1879. de29-2p «£*" Tho California Dry Dock Company — Notice.— The Annual Meeting of ■ the Stockholders of the above-named Company, for the eleotion of a Board of Trustees for the ensuing year and tho transaction of suoh other business as may properly' dome before r the meeting, will be held at the offloe of :the Company, in Boom 3, at No. 318 California street, in the! City- of - Ban Francisco, on MONDAY, January 12th, 1880, at 1 : 11 o'olock A. M. Transfer books will be closed on Friday, January 9 tb, and remain closed until after the election; deSl v W. O. GIBBS. Secretary. tGT Notice. — . The Annual Meeting of Stockholders of the (ias ' Consumers I Association of San Francisco will be held at the office of t he; Association. 202 Bush street, on MONDAY, JANUARY TWELFTH; at 12 o'clock m., for the election of . five Trustees to serve ': during the ensuing year, and for the ' ' transaction of any other business that, may properly oome before It. Ban Francisco, January 2, 1880. - JaB.3 J. W. LUDOVTOI, Secretary. USTThe Annual Meetinyr 4 of ;i the Stockholders of the Vulcan Powder Company will be held at the cm ce of the Company, Booms 26 and 26, 123 California X street, I San Francisco, on TUESDAY, January 13th, 1880, at eleven o'clock A. M., for the eleotion of a Board of Director to serve for the ensuing year and for the transaction of f guoh|bth9r business as may properly come before the meeting. Transfer! books will be closed from January 3d to January 14th, 1880. de3o ; KALPH L. SHAINWALD, Beoretary; '; tor Office Fireman* and Insurance Company. 401 California V street, San Francisco, December 29th, 1879.— The Eighteenth Annual Meeting of - the X Stockholders of g th« Fireman's | Fund Insurance Company, for the election of eleven Directors jto serve during the ensuing : year , and the transaction of snch other business as may be properly brought before them, will be held 'at the Company's offloe, on TUESDAY, January 13th, 1880. Polls will be open from 12 M. to 3 P. M. Transfer books will be closed on the Bth of January. de3o (IEO. D. DORNIN, Secretary. "■'MT. Annual meeting.— The Regular An- 1 nual ' Meeting ;of the California and « Oregon -) Land Company will be held at the office of i the Company, Room ' 6, No. 818 r Pine street,' San Franof sco, California, on ; TUESDAY, the* THIRTEENTH day rof JANUABY, 1880, at the hour [of one o'olook P. M., for the purpose of electiLg a Board of ] Directors {to serve during the ensuing year and for the transaction of . suoh " other ■■ business as may oome ]' before tbe meeting. B. N. VAN BBUNT, Beoretary. de2B B. N. VAN BBUNT, Secretary. — — — ,' tar Notice. —The Annual ;: meeting 01 atookholders of The First National Qold Bank of 9au FranoUoo, Oal., will be held at the offloe of the Bank, on TUESDAY, the THIRTEENTH day of JANUABY, 1880; at three o'olook P. M., for the eleotion of Directors fur the eosuing year aid the transaction of such other business as may come before the meeting. E. D. MORGAN, Cashier. . Ban Franolsoo, Oal., Deoember 6th, 1879. de 6 tar The State Investment and Insurance Company.— The, regular Annual ;, Meeting of the Stockholders of the above-named Company, for the Sti&m 9f » £!»»* °* lHr«otors to nerve lor the ensuing year, will be hold at the offloe of the Company, No*. 218 and 220 B/iniome street, on TUESDAY, the THIRTEENTH day of JANUARY, 1880, at 12 o'clook M. de 24 OUAS. H. GUSHING, Bocretary. tor Notice of Stockholder Meetings — The Annual Meeting of the Stockholders of the lowa Mining Company will be hell at the offloe of the Company, Room No. 2, No. 4U California street, Ban Francisco, California, on TUESDAY, the THIRTEENTH day of JANUARY, A. D. 1880, at the hour of eleven A. M., for the eleotion of Trustees to servo for the ensuing year and the transaction of such other business as may come before the meeting. de3l < ; B. L. THOMAS, Secretary.

Stockholders Meeting. sy A Sk««tlng [of the Stockholders of the Albion Mining, Company and We Uncle Bam Mining Company will be held at the office of (he said Companies, Booms 6 and 7, Btook Exchange Bnllding, 827 Pine street, in > the City of ■', Ban FranoiHOO, California, on TUESDAY, the THIRTEENTH, day of JANUARY, 1880, at one o'clock P. M., for the par. pose of electing a Board of Directors for the Albion Consolidated Mining Company to serve daring the ensuing year ; to consider and determine what disposition, if any, shall be made of the capital stock owned by said Albion Consolidated Mining Company ; and to transact such farther business as may come before snoh meeting. - ; Ban Francisco, December 99th; 1870. L. L. ROBINSON, President Albion Mining Company , •;- D. B. OHIBHOLM, Beoretary. L. L. ROBINSON, QEO. W. HOPKINS. FBANOIB CUTTING, • CLINTON QUBNEE, IHVING M. BUOTT, Dlrootors of the Albion Kilning Company. L. L. BOBINBON, President of the Uncle Bam Mining Company. D. B. CHISBOLM, Beoretary.: L. L. ROBINSON. .■ * • *■ # •»• a^ •■" aj *^ 0 GF/J. W. HOPKINS, FRANCIS CUTTING, CLINTON GURNEE, Directors of the Undo Bam Mining Company. L. L. ROBINSON, \ President of the Albion Consolidated Mining 00. D. B. CHIBHOLM, Beoretary. L. L. ROBINSON, GEO. W. H9PKINS, FRANOIB CUTTING, OJLIN TON GURNBB, IRVING M. BOOTT, Direotors of the Albion Consolidated Mining Oo.j£ ■/// . ; ; -^deBi: v ; -:Vv

#y~ Mctlce. — Thw Annual Meeting of \\\\* Btookho derß of tbe National Gold Bank and Trust Company will be held at the offloe of tbe bank, No. 401 Montgomery street, on TUESDAY, JANUABY TUIRTKENTIi, 1880, at 12 o'olook noon, for tbe election of .Directors to serve during the ensuing year, and for tbe transaction of any otber business that may come before tbe meeting. W. B. BABTLVTT, Cashier. Ban Franclsoo, Cal., January 3, 1880. jail- 10 **~ Annual Meeting.— Tine Annual Meete Ing of tbe Stockholders of tbe California BamiMaohine Manufacturing Company will be held at the offloe of the Company, No. 411 California street, San Francisco, on WEDNEBDAY, January 14th, 1880, at one o'olook P. M., for tbe eleotion of a Board of Directors to serve for tbe ensuing year and for the transaction of suob otber business as may properly come before tbe meeting. deal 11. O. HIN MAN, Seoretary. XT ftauoallto l«*tid and Kerry Company — Office at the Ferry Landing, foot of Market street, San Franolsoo, California, December 20th, 1879 — Notice is hereby given that tbe Annual Meeting of the Stockholders of tbe above-named Company, for the election of a Board of Directors for tbe ensuing year and tbe transaction of suob otber business ac may properly come before tbe meeting, will be beld at tbe offloe of the Company, on WEDNESDAY, January 14tb, 1880, at tbe bour of U o'clock P. M. de2l FRANCIS A VERY, Seoretary ! ■QT Stockholder*' Meeting — Commerclnl Insurance Company of California, Office, No. 405 California street, San Francisco, January 3d, 1880 Tbe Annual Meeting of the Btookholders of thin Company will be beld at tbe offloe of the Company, at twelve o'olook M., on WEDNESDAY, January 14th, 1680. |ja4j OHAS. A. LATON, Seoretary. *T Black Diamond Coal Mining Com. puny. — Tbe Annual Meeting of tbe Stockholders of tbe above named Company, for the eleotion of a Hoard of Trustees to servo for the ensuing year and for tbe transaction of suob other business as may come before the meeting, will be beld at the office of tbe Beoretary, No. 805 Bansome street, in this olty, on THUBSDAY, tbe FIFTEENTH of JANUABY, 1880, at the bour of 12 o'olook, neon. JAB. H. DOBINgON, Seoretary. San Franolsoo, 3d January, 1880. ja4 s/* Holltngham Bay Coal Mining* Company. Tbe Annual Meeting of tbe Stockholders of the above- named Company, for tbe eleotion of a Board of Trustees to serve for the ensuing year and for tbe transaction of suob otber business as may come before the meeting, will be beld at the office of tbe Secretary, No. 805 Bansome street, in this Olty, on THURSDAY, tbe FIFTEENTH of JANUABY, 1880, at the bour of 12 o'olook, noon. JAB. H. DOBINBON, Secretary. San Francisco, 3d January, 1880. ja4 tOT Office Sierra Nevada Mil ver Mining Company, San Franclsoo, December, 81st, 1879. — Annual Meeting. — Tbe Annual Meeting of tbe stockholders of the Bierra Nevada Silver Mining Company will be held at the offloe of tbe Company, Room 61, Nevada Block, No. 809 Montgomery street, San Franolsco, California, on WEDNESDAY, January 21st, 1880, at one o'clook p. m., for tbe election of a Board of Trustees, to serve for tbe ensuing year, and for tbe transaction of snob other business as may properly ooine before the meeting. Trans* fer books will be closed from January 10th to January 22d, 1890. Jal W. W. BTETBON, Beoretary. %jr Annual Meeting — The Annual Meet. ing of tbe Stockholders of the California Mining Company will be bald at tbe offloe of tbe Company, Boom 23, Nevada Block, 809 Montgomery street, San Franolsoo, on WEDNESDAY, January 21st, 1880, at one o'olook P. M., for tbe election of a Board of Directors to serve for tbe ensuing year and for tbe transaction of suob other business as may properly eooie before tbe meeting. Transfer books will be closed from January lOtb to January 22d, 1880. de 29 O. P. QOBDON, Secretary. "ALTA" Fifteen cents per week, WClYKttia liV CAKKIKBS.

ittimng Wofom • WST Alpha Consolidated I lining Company Location of principal place of business: San Francisco, . California— Location of .Works i Gold .: Hill, Storey | county. State of Nevada—Notice. —There Is delinquent \ upon the i following described pt-<k, on account of I a?se!sment (No. 1 1 levied on the twenty-sixth v day of November. 1879, the several amount* set opposite the names of the respective shareholders, as follows: No. o! No. of ' Names. Certificate. Shares. Amt. Glßtler AOo I, Tru8Ue?............... 7219 10 flOOO j Noble A Oo H H, Tru5tee5........... 9568 10 10 00 j Stevens O, Tru5tee... ..;...;....... 9596 20 20 00: Frankel L Tru5tee...;.....:;....... 9741 10 10 00 > Atklnion;Lyrn AOo,TrusteeH..;.lo9sl 10 10 00 Hooker RO, Trn5tee.................. Il219!l 20 20 00 Hooker X O. Tru5tee.........;.;....... 18620 20 20 00 Gr!eslnger R, Tru5tee.................. 14728 20 20 00 ; Hoemer DM A Co, Trustees..:..... 14860 ; 80 30 00 Iglauer S, Tru8tee.........T....;......;..15780 60 50 00 j Olute & Lovelard, Trustees ..16797 50 60 00 , Da Greayer H, Tru5tee^.............. 16015 10 10 00 I Coffin James, Trastte ........ ..;......161 10 15 15 00 Scott HH ft Co, Trustee?.;.... .1.16 38 20 20 00 Hawks HD, Tru5tee.....;....... 16190 6 600 GlaelerA 00,1,Tru8tee8;..;.........16326 60 50 00 Hoc&Btadter A Co, E, Tru5tee*...., 16349 10 10 00 Murphy E P, Trustee .16479 30 30 00 Armstrong JL.Tru8tee............. < .16483 5 6 00 Hawks H D, Tru5tee..;.......... 16583 10 10 00 Kenney A Dyer, Trustees...... .16642 20 20 00 Pa'crson James, Tru5tee........;...,. 16677 20 20 00 , Oahlll A Co. E, Tru8tee8............M16757 10 10 CO Jackson M A, Tru5tee........;..;;.;; .16810 60 50 00 Atkinson, Dood A 00, Trustees... 16843 . 10 10.00 King H 8 ft Co, Tra8teeP............ .16872 i 20 20: 00 And in accordance with ; law and <an ; order of tlia Board of Directors, made on ? the i twenty-sixth (26th) day of November, 1879, 1.0 many share* of each parcel I of such stock as may be necessary, will %be sold At public ' auction, at the auction house of John Mlddleton ft ' Son, No. 419 Pine street, San ; Francisco, California, on TUEBDAY, the TWENTIETH day of JANUABY, 1880, I at the hour of one o'clock P. M. or eald day, to pay said j delinquent assessment ) thereon, together with costs of 1 advertising and expenses of the slap..--' WILLIAM WILLIS, Secretary. ■?: Office— Boom 29, Nevada Block, No. 309 Montgomery ! street, San Francisco, California, : :^]al';^ K?~ Flowery Mining Company — _ooation [ of principal place of , business,' San ; Franolsco, California* —Location of works, Storey Count?, Nevada— Notice.— There is delinquent upon the fo lowlng-descrlbed stock, on account of assessment (No. 8) levied on the fourteenth day of November, 187U, the several amounts set opposite the names of the respective shareholders, as follows : ■" '■■.--. .fNi>;©f\,--. No. of "•-■.■■::;■.■;< ;.:;,: Names. : Certificate. Shares. Amt. W W Stetson, Tru8tee.;.....;....;. ... 83 600 8125 00 W W Stetson, Tru5tee..........;... L. 69 100 ■ 25 00 W W Stetson, Tru5tee;......."...... ... 61 100 25 00 W W Stetson, Trn8tee..............L;..; 6 5 100 ;■: 25 00 W W Stetson, Tru5tee..;.... .......1... 65 100 , 25 00 W W Stetson, Tru5tee............. 1... 68 100 25 to W W Stetson, Tru5tee..;....... 70 - 100 25 00 V/ W Stetson, Trustee.;;.;.-;:..;...;;.. 72 100 ?5 00 W W Stetson, Tru5tee.;...........!.. 54 100 25 00 ' WW Steteon, Tru5tee....;............. S4 100 25 00 ' W W Stetßon, Tru5tee.................; -68; 100 . 25 00 W W Stetson, Tru5tee.;..........;!.., 94 , 100 ; 25 00 WW Stetson, Tru5te5.........;...!... 95 100 26 00 W W Stetkon, Tru5tee..;....., ..... .... 98 100 ; 26 00 W W Stetson, Tru5tee.;......;....!... 102 • 100 25 60 ; W W Stetßon, Trustee L,, 104 100 : 26 00 1 W W Stetson, Trustee .... 107 100 ." 25 CO W W Stetson, Tru5tee...;.......;.....! 108 100 25 00 ;W W Stetson, .Trasteo.'.^...;...;.]..;: 115 100 25 00 'W. W. 8-et -on, Trustee.;... ......;, ...'.- 1171 17- 100 25 .00 ' W W Stetson, Tru5tee.'..;;.;.....;,..;;; 118 - 100 i, 25 00 1 W W Stetson, Tra5tee.........;...,..;. 120 . ■ 100 25 00 ' W W Stetson, Tru5tee;;..........'.!.... 121 100 25 00 ' W W Stetson, Tru5tee.;...;.;...;. ;... 122 100 2i 00 W W Stetson, Tru5tee;;;.....;.... .... 128 100 y , 25 (10 W W 5tet50n,' Tru5tee.................. 131 100 .25 00 ; W W Stetson, Trustee L.. 138 ICO 25 00 • WsW Stetßon, Trn5tee;........;...;.;.. 185 ? 100 26 00 ,W W Stetson, Tru5tee...^..;.;..!..;; 142 ; 100 25 06 .■ WAV- Stetson, Trustee .......L..;. ; 149 >; 100 : V. !25 00 . W W Stetson, Trustee [.... 150: 100 ■ : 26 00 ' W W Stetson, ■rru8tee;..........;.L.... ; ; 152 100 :-25 00 1 WAV, Stetson, Tru5tee.....;.;.;;....-.. 156 , 100 25 00 • W W Stetcon, Trustee 1.... 168 v : 100 25 00 1 W W Stetson, Tru5tee....;....;..!.... 169 - ICC 25 00 ' W W Stetson, Trustee ......... 1.... 160 100 . 25 00 [ W W Stetson, Tru5tee.....;..;.../..... 162 - 100 25 ; 00 1 W W Stetson,, TruBteo. n .;......;...,;... 169 : 100 26 00 W W Stetson, T>UHtee...;.u.;«;l;... 174 100 t 25 00 : W W stetson, Tru8t«e;....'...;...J..... 175 100 ; 25 00 .W.W Stetson, Tru5tee... ............... 176 100 25 00 '. W.W Steteon, Tru5te0..;........;...... 177 100 25 00 , W W 5tet50n,' Tru5tee................;. 180. 100 25 00 ', W W Stetson, Trustee 181 100 .26 00 ■W. W Btatson; Tru5tee.....;...;.;]..;.. 182 . 100 ; : 25 00 ' W W Btetson, Trustae...;.;..-... 1.... 197 100 . 25 00 1 WW ; Stetson. tee...... ...... ....;. 199 100 25 00 • W.W5te180njTruftee...........;,..... 202 100 25 00 , W W Ste son, Tru5tee...,.........;....' 206 100 25 00 W W Stetson, Tru5tee....;.......].;..; 207 60 12 60 W W Stetson, Tru5tee;..;.. ;..... J...'.. 214 :60 12 50 W W Stetson, Tru5tee.;.....;.... H ..... 215 50 12 fiO W W Stetßon, Tru5tee.;.......... ;.... 21« 50 I 12 60 \V W Stetson, Tru5tee.....;...;.. ..;.. 221 60 12 60 ' W W Stetion, Tru5tee..........;.,...;; 225 50; 12 60 I WW. Stetson.'Trustee.....;...... 1 .;... 280 60 ,12 50 I WW'.Etetsoni Tru5tee.;.;......;......; 234 50 II 60 , W W Stetson, Trustee ......;...... 285 . 60 12 ;60 , W,W stetson, Tru5ree............J....; 240 60 12 60 , W W Stats, n, Trastee r..: ....;.... 241 60 12 60 . W W Stetson, Tru5tee......;......;.... 2*5 ; ; 60 \ 12 60 W W Stetson, Trustee.;,;.....;.:]...., 247 60 . 12,60 1 W W Stetson, Tru5tee..;;.....;..]..... 248 60 12 50 ' WW PtetHOD, Trn5tee............ ..... 250 60 12 60 W W Steteon, Tru5tee.....;......,...;. 262 60 12 60 W.W Stetson, Trustee ...;.,.. 255 50 ' 12 60 > :ff.W Stetson, Tru8tee...........;..v... 256 50 ; :12p 60 > w W Stetson, Tru8tee................;' 257 60 . 12 60 , W W Stetson, Trustee ]..... 268 , 60 12 R0 . W W Stetson, Tru5tee.;..;...;...!.';..; 268 ; 60 12 60 1 W W Stetson, Trustee..;..;.;..;. f ..... 264 \ 60 12 50 « W,,W Stetson, Tru5tee.....;...... .;... 266 50 ; 12 60 'W W Stetson. Trustee ...... J..... 269 60 , 12 50 1W W Stetson, Tru5tee...........*;*....; 271 60 12 60 W W Stetson, Tru5tee..........;. .....: 281 CO 12 60 W WBtetson, Tru5tee........'...". ..;.. 283 r 60 12 50 . W W Stetson, Tru5tee..........;....... 285 50 12 60 • W W Stetson, Trustee... 288 60 12 60 W W Stetson, Tru5tee..........;,..... 290 60 12 60 W W Stetson, Trufitee;........;.. ,...;. 298 : 60 12 60 WW Stetson, Tru5t00............ .....826 SCO 126 00 ' W W Stetson, Tru5tee........;...,..... 842 100 25 00 W W Stetson, Trustee.. 864 100 25 00 . W W Stetson, Trustee „..;. 885 100 ,25 00 1 WW Stetson, Tru5tee...... ;...;.;.;..., 894 100 25 00 ' WAV Stetson, Tru5tee...........!...., 395 50 12 60 1 W W SteUon, Tru5tee............ .....402 100 25 00 , WvWStelßon^Trustee.;.....;..;. ..... 405 100 25 00 1 Cook ft Walcott, Trustee* .v.'X 408 100 25 00 1 Wilson ft Hutchlnsoc , Trustees 409 250 62 60 . W J Muller, Trn5tea.............;. 419 60 12 60 SB Waaefleh! ft Co, Trustees ......"425 60 12 50 W W stetson, Tru5tee............ ,...., 449 600 126 00 Hale ft Pacheco, Trustees 461 30 7 50 W J Muller, Tru5tee...................;. 482 60 12 50 I WO Crandall, Trustee........ 463 200 60 00 f W G Crandall, Trustee 465 60 12 60 I 1 it Krraau ft Co, Trustees 468 10 250 - Hale A Pacheco, Tru5tee5....... .;..... 478 60 12 50 M A Jaokeon. Tru5tee................. 605 70 17 60 H H Noble A 00, Trustees 606 60 12 60 1 T H Dlton. Tru5tee,.;.....,...... ...... 524 200 80 00 ' Greenolaum, Hnlblng ft Co, TruiUeea ............................ ♦ ....~ 625 100 25 00 W W Stetson, Tru8tee.................. 527 60 12 60 . WWRtetson,. Trustee .628 50 12 60 1 John Mjcpherson, Trustee.... ', 685 100 2$ 00 1 JaßPUcrsan, Trustee 639 200 6000 ! A O Gurnett A Co, Tru5tee5.... ...... 542 60 12 60 Callaghan, Lynch ft Co, Trustees... 644 60 It 60

; .w«» jYu.-.pfaKftnr, M»r. M JIP ~&® 5 obanni. Uelblng k Go, » Trußleeu 664 800 75 00 . Wilson ft Hutchlnßon, Trustees 686 6 125 E F Guild A Go, Trustees 671 50 12 60 Marks & Kelnhardt, Trustees 672 200 60 00 - Geo II Boot, Trustee 684 10 2 50 . \ Q Our. Mitt A 00, Trustees- bB9 25 6 25 » Miller A Van Wyck, Trustees 693 100 25 00 c Orowley ft Goodman, Trustees...... 695 100 25 00 John Macpherson, Trustee 602 20 5 00 ' Fry, Neal ft Go, Tru5tee5.............. 616 100 25 0C " Fry, Neal ft Go. Tru5tee5,;............ 617 160 25 0C r wil-oii ft Hutchlnson, Trustees 618 100 25 o< Wilson ft Hutchlnson, Trustees 632 100 25 UC --, 'ali'.l A Co, Trustees........ ....627 80 76( 10 A Bicbardson, Tru5tee......... 636 ICO . . 25 0C W. J Mullor, Trn5tte...;.;...;........... 640 200 60 0C W J MuH«r, Tru5tee;.'......; ............ 641 200 60 OC WJ Mnller, Trustee........ 644 10 2 60 W J MullT, Trujtee..................... 645 10 2 60 'A Mantol, Tru5tea..........;............. 648 50 ; 12 50 Geo T Marye ft Son, Trustees........ -658 - 60 12 50 Geo T Marye ft Son, Trustees........ '655 23 6 00 Gto T Mnrye ft Son, Trustees........ 656 20 5 00 Geo T Marye ft Son, Trustees 658 20 5 00 Geo T M*rye ft Son , ; Trustees.;...... 659 23 5 00 W !) Murray, Tru5tee......... ........... 667 50 12 60 X Uocbstacter & 00, Trustees......,, 669 100 25 00 Greenebaum, tV: Helblng & Co, 3. Trustees .v..;.;.;..;..........;............ 670 100 15 00 Franks A Gray, Tru5tee5.........;.... 674 40 10 00 W II Wright, Tru5tee.......... .;.„ 675 40 10 00 .W.GOraudall, Tru5iee.................. 678 60 12 60 WG O aadall, Tru5tee......;..........; 679 50 12 50 ,W G Orandall, Tru5tee.....,...........; 681 10 2 50 W'J Mailer, Tru5tee...........,.......;. 691' 100 25 00 W J Muller, Tru5tee...;.........;....;.;' 693 200 50 00 vsr J Muller, Tru8tee..................... 696 60 12 60 M Mante1, Tru5tee.............;..... 700 100 25 00 G B M.Gurut. Tru5tee.....'.........^.... 708 20 6 00 OR McGnrn, Trustee.. 710 10 2 60 X A Itlcbardson, Tru5tee..,;........... 718 25 6 25 X A Btcbardson, Tru5tee,;;.,.......... 717 100 25 00 R A lUcbsrdßon.Trustoo .............. 719 100 25 00 Uanlolph, Mackintosh A Co, Trustees .'......,.:........,................ 728 20 . 600 L P Drexler ft Oo; Trustees ...... 734 20 600 L P Drexler ft Co, Trustees.;;..;..... 73 V 20 6■ 00 LP D ex'er ft Co, Tru5tee5..........; ,738 • 20 500 L P Drexler ft 00, Trustees ;.„..;.. ■; 739 ; 10 260 L P Drerler ft 00, Trustees .740 10 . ,;2rco 0 W White, Tru5tee.;....;.............. 768 60 : 12 50 John Macpherson, Trustee ......... 768 10 2 60 Dougia'b ft Thompson, Trustees...... 763 100 25 00 Douglass ft Thompson, Trustees..... 764 100 25 00 Douglass A Thompson, Trustees^.;; 765 •; ; 100 . ■ 25 ; 00 Doug ass A Thompson, Trustees 766 ' 50 ; : 12 50 Douglass ft Thompson, Trustees..... 769 v. 50 12 60 Douglass A Thompson, : Trustee?.;.;. ; 771 .60 ■-.. ■; 12 60 Douglass ft Thompson, Trustees 772 25 6 25 Douglass ft Thompson, Trustees 774 : 25 625 Douglass A Thompson. Trnstees 775 25 6 25 Bouslara A Thompson, Trustees..,.. 777 -20 \ 600 Douglass ft Thompson,' Trusteed,.... 779 r 20 ' 600 Douglas* ft Thompson,, Trustees 1 780 S2O \ 600 Varks A Ueinbardt, Trustees ' 781 20 5 00 Woods A Freeborn, Trustees.;;'...;.'.' 783 : 250 62 60 W G Muller, Tru5tee..;.;.;..;.;;..;.;;... 785 "50 12 60 WO Muller, Tru5tee..;.................. 790 20 48 00 W G Mnller, Tru5U*.;;.;.;..........;,,, 781 10 2 60 W G MulUr, Tru5tee...;..;..........;... 794 10 ; i 2 60 W G Mu11er. i Tru5tee.;.,;..,;........^.. 798 5 ■ 250 ■W G Muller, .Tru8tee.....;..r;...;....... i 797 . 5 J>2 60 W G Muller, Tru8t5ei.......... ......... 798 § ■ 2 50 WQ Muller, Tru5iee..................... 799 5 2 50 W G Orandall, Trustee;;.;;...,.,. V..,.r 806 25 6 245 E Onhlll ft 00, Trustees...... ......;.. 810 ICO ':. 25/00 B B Wakefleld ft Go; Trustees..;;;;;.; 815 .' , 100 125! 00 8 B Wakefleld ft Oo, J Trustees 816 50 . 12 50 8 B Wakefl> Id ft 00. Trusteos 818 10 12 50 8 BW«kefleld ft Go," Trustees.*....;... 821 .20 ■ 8:00 8 B Woketleld AOo, Trustees.., 822 20 5 00 8 B Wakefleld & 00, Trustee? „,,828 10 ! '.<? '/2^60 S B Wakefleld ft Go, Trustee' 824 10 /2 50 SB Wakefleld ft 00, Trustees.;....;;. 825 10 •. • 2 ' 50 B B Borke, Trustee ..;'.,.;.;....' 828 60 '12 50 .WJ Muller, Traßtee .......;..;;.. 841 200 60 00 W J Muller, Tra5tee......;.;;........;.. 845 ! 100 .26-00 W J Muiler, Tru5tee;.;.;................ 846 100 125 00 W J Muller, Tru5tee.;;.;;.;;;.;.;;..;;.;: 849 If;; to ;12 50 Wilson A HutchiDson; Trustees 853 100 :25 00 WL Duncan; Trustee ;......;...;' 861 ■ ; 100 825 00 Wilson A Hutchloson, Trustees,.... 868 rso''."'r 50 ''."' 12 60 Wilson A Hutohins3n, Trustees,;;,. 869 40 10 ! 00 E C'ablll A Co, Tru5tee5;;.;.;;:.;......; 874 : : 100 ' 25 00 81 Oahill ft 00, Tru5tee5..;...... .;.;.... 875 60 ': 12 60 E Oahill ft Go," Tru5tee5...... ..;;..;.... 877. 26 .; :■ 625 X Oahill & 00, Trustees.;;...;.. ;.....„ 881 6 1 25 B ! Klrman A 00, Trustee* ...;;;'.;;..'.' 882 '( " . 10 > ;*; * '■;• 250 M Mantel, Tru5tee;;.;;;;:.;;;....;.;;.;;.' 887 60 12 !60 B Oablll ft 00, Trustees. ...;.;;..' 891 200 v 60 00 Franks A Gray, TruBtces. h .'.^;T;«;.T."B9l^r4offl 10 00 Baldwin Gardiner, Tru5tee;..;......;.; 897 60 ■;■:'; 12 60 Otis & 00, Trustees.;.;.; ..;...„:.;..;... 898 ; 20 i ; 10 ;00 G B Bayloy, Tru5tee.;.....;.;..... ...... 905 10 2 60 G B Bayl<y, Trustee ;..;,..,;;;;;.; 911 -10; ;i2!60 G B Bayley, Trustee ..;.;; ..;.;. 913 - ; 5 : . ' 126 G B Bayley, Tru5tee;;;............ .;.;..' 917 20 5 00 OB Bayley, Trustee ...;..'...;;;• 918 20 •; 5 i 00 W B Murray, 1 Trustee ......... 923 :'.';• 100 ; 25 00 Fry,"N?al ft 00, Trustees 024 100 -f^2s 00 O'ute ft Lovoland,', Trustees 983 „-0 0 : ' • ; 25 ' 00 Oiute A Lo v eland ,l Trustees 934 :•" •■: ' 50 " 112• 50 ';iute 'ft Lovelard. Trustees 935 50 i 12 ! 60 Bacdolph, Mackintosh ft 00, Trus- ' - ,fe:t«e5»;^::;^.T.T.;;;...v.;;'. : ;....'.;;..;..;' < 944 200 : .50 00 Marks A Belnhardt, Trustees.;.'.;:.;. 948 V; "j 50 / 12 ;50 Greenebaum, Helblng ft Co, Trus- ■ ' \V-\ tees ;95i:/.-:4o'^,:io'oo; 95i:/.-:40'^,:io'oo i Marks ft Beinhardt, Trustees 953 p '■■'. 50 ; % 12 ' 50 Brecklnrldge ft Tost, Trustees.. 964 > !20 J ;:' 6 00 8 Iglauer, TruBtee;;^;.;;^,;.;;i:;;;i;;;;;;?957.i 80 r ■ 780 Wilson & Hutchlnson, Trustees 965 100 25 00 W.W Stetson, Tru5tee....^ .......'.;...;. 968; 20 500 W J Muller, Tru5tee;.....;.;.;. ..,-..;.;; 978 /5 60 12 60 . WJ M uller, Tru5tee.:..;;.;;.;; ;.;..,;;; 976 - . 10 : '.': 2; 60 Oope ft Davis, Tru5tee5.;.;......;..;..;.; 977^ '.-■: T 6o'|- 12 60 M Mantel, Tru8tee...;.:........ w ;, ..;,..• 9f 6 200 : 60 00 J B Bourne, Trustee...;;;... ..:';;.;..... 989 A' 200 :'• '50 00 Bardolph,.: Mackintosh i&-00,..' ' \ ' Trustees '.;;...;......;..,„;,..;..„.. 995 50 •■ 12 60 Geo B Boot, Tru5tee.....;...;..;.'..;....'. 996 100 2500 W. G Cvandall; Tru5tee...;........-..;...1003 \ 100 ■ 25 00 8 A Blcbardson, Trustee 1007 ' 100 k '/■. • ' 26 ". 00 uandolph, Mackintosh . ft . 00, ~- ■ c Tru5tee5.;.;;;;;;.;;.;.;.;;.;;..,.......;...i008 100 ■ 25 00 liandolph, Mackintosh > ft v Co, / , Trustees^. .;.;...;...;;..;.;....;;...;.^.,1009 100 25 00 Randolph, Mackintosh ft Go, 5%Tni6tee5^.;;:^;;;;.^..v;..^..:;;.......iqi7 100 25 co Rendolph. Mackintosh ft : 00, ,; - 5;Tru9tee5.:..v;.;;;..;:...................;..i0i8 60 12 60 Hale A Pacheco, Trustees 10*3 ' 60 , 12 50 J M bh0tW611, ; Tru8t«e;.:;..;.;...;, f 1025 60 .' 12 50 >i Mantel. Tru8tee.;;.;....v:.;...'.;;;;;v.103t 800 : • 76 CO M Mant«l. Trn8tee.........;.. .......:.... 1032 ': 60 112 50 E P Murphy, Tru8tec.;..;.....;.;;.....;1084 100 25 00 Oook :ft Walcott, Trustees „ 1011 v'6o ! ■ 912! SO Oook A Walcott, Trustees 1042 60 ; 12 r6O BanrtolphJ Matklntbhh" ft Co, • ■ v ; ;Tru8tee8..;..;;.^..;........;.;..;.......,i045 60 X 12 60 tiandolph, Mackintosh. A. Go, ' TrU6tee5....;.;.^......:;;^..;...;;.;..,,.1046 60 12 60 Randolph," Mackintosh ft 00, Tru8tee8.......;;;...............,......v.,.1047 . 20 ' 600 " Gao B Hlckox A Go; Trustees 1060 60 12 60 « Mantel, Tru5tee.;.......;.^;;... ,..,.. 1061 100 25 00 M, Mantel, TruBtee..,.;.;;.;,; M ....1063 ' 50 12 60! 8 B Wakefleld ft Go, Tru8tee«.;;;..'...1064 60 12 60 i H A Jackson, Tru8tee.;;.;;.....;;.,..;.i065 400 100 CO Oock ft Walcott, Trustees. ;,;,";;;..UIOC6 . 80 ."-■'. 7 60 ' Hall A Charles, Trustees 1070 100 25 00 ■ W J Moller, Tru8tee;..;.......;..;....,.1071; 1000 250 00 ; W J Muller, Trustee ......;....1076 ICO 25 00 Gib.T Marye ft Bon, Trusteed 1081 100 25 CO i Goffln, Bandjreon A (J,ok, Trustee?.. 108* 160 26 00 ' S Iglauer. Trustee .:...........;....l 085: 60 12 60 Oomn, Sanderson ft Cook, Trustees.,loB7, 50 12 50 Kenney ft Dyer, Tru8tef5.....:.....,...1089- 60 12 50 Ker ney A Dyer. Tru5tee*...... ...... 1090 80 12 50 Oahlll A 00, Tru5tee5.;.;,.;.... .,;..,1091 200 60 00 X OaMIl ft 00, Trustees........ ........M092 100 25 00 W J Muller, Tru8tee.....;..v...;.......,t104 ICO 25 00 M Mantel, Tr'.5tee.... ........; 1106 400 100 00 H H Scott ft Co, Trustees. 1121 600 125 00 A W Blow ft 00, Tru5tee5.....;.......,! 123 50 (U2'£o; W J Mv ler, Tru5tee...;..;..... 1125 ' 1000 60 00 W J 3«uUer, Tru8tee..;................. i 1126 600 125 00 W J Midler, Tru5tee.;;.;.;....... .1127 50 12 50 W J Mnller, Tru8tee...«.;..;;.;........H28 25 6 26 Greenebaum; Helbing „ & 00, %. v.T.., Trustees ..........,;.,.. 1132 100 26 00

Mining ffictfcm. _ Warn**. <: Certificate. Shares. Ant, II I) Hawks, Trustee 1138 60 12 60 II D Hawks, Tru5tee...;.;...............1137 80 12 60 H D Hawks, Tra5te«................,; M .1!4l 25 . * 6 25 WJ Muller, Trustee ....................1144 ioo ■ 2500 W J Muller, Tru8tee.................,.;.ii46 100 25 00 W J Mailer, Tru5'ee............. ........ 1148 60 12:60 W J Mailer, Trustee .........;..,., 1149 50 12 60 W J Mailer, Trp5tee...'.r...,............ii53 50 12 50 W J Muller, Tra8tce.;...;;..:........,, 1 1154 26 -6 25 W J Mullor, Tru8tee.....................ii04 100 . 25 00 Hale & Tacheco, Trustees ....U67 20 ft 00 8 B Wakefleld A Go, Trustees 1170 40. 10 00 Hde Greayer, TrusUe .......... 1180 100 25 00 II <)<< Greayer, Tru5tee*;............ ......1188 60 12 60 8 B WftkeHeld A Co, Trustees.-. 1193 60 12 60 S B Waketleld A Co, Trustees 1194 ; 26 625 S B-Wakefleld A 00, Trustees 1195 25 6 25 M Mantel, Tru8tee........;...............1196 100 • 26 00 H D Hawk5; Tru5tee....;..............;;1198' 100 : 25 00 H D Hawks, Tru8te0..;...;..............1205. 100 25 00 ; H D Hawks, Tru8tee........... M .......; 1207 ■ 100 26 , 00 H I) Hawks, Tru5tee.;..;...............;1208 ' 100 25 00 W JMu1'er,Tru5tee...;..;..;.,......;;;i216 ;.•', -50^' 12 60 WJ Muller, Tra8tee..;.....;.;..;;;.^...1217 10 - 2 50 Coffin , Sanderson & Cook; Tructees.. 1224 60 12 50 lia'.o A Pacbeco, Trustees ............. 1225 \5O vi 12 60 M Mantel, Tru5t8e.;;.;.;;;:;..;;;..;..:.. 1229 100 \s ■26 00 H B Wakefleld A 00, Trustees 1232 .75 f 18 1 '6 X X Bewey, Tru5tee....;................123fl 100 26 00 W J Mailer, Tru8tee........;,.;..r...'...1243 100 25 00 L Hermann; Tru5tee.;............. 1246 200 60 00 MMantti; Tru5tee............ ...... 1247 100 25 00 WJ Mailer, Trustf c...... ..;;;.......... 1248 106 25 00 WJ Muller, Tru8tee..;........; r .;..;....1249 50 f 12 50 H D Hawks, Trustee .;.........J2st 200 60 CO E Oahll & 00;T.u5teb8.;..;;.;..;....1262 8 125 R Kirwan A Trustees ..1253 200 50 00 HH Noble d i 00, Trustees 1264 109 , 26 00 Bpey»r Bros, Trustees ......7..1258 80 20 00 Eppsteln ft 00, Trustees 125» .. 60 ;: 12 60 Greenebaam; Helbins A Co, . ; i" : : Trasteeß^;.;^;;;;;.;; '.■.■;..';;.. 1265 10 260 M Mantel, Truntee..;j.^;.;..;:..;;.^;.1267V 100 r ; »5 100 Orowley & Goodman, 'Trustees..:...l2T2v ,100 i I 25 : 00 LTLazure,'Trn8tee.;...................1273 . 100 r 25,00 E Cahill & Oo; Trustees 1274 ICO 125 00 EiM Miles A 00, Trustees 1275 100 25 00 AW Blow & Co, Trustees ..1277 • -20 5; 00 5 B Wakefle^d A Oo; Trustees......... 1278 2000 600 ;00 6 B Wakefleld A f Co, Trustees 1283 h 1000 250 00 5 B Wakefleld A 00, Trustees 1286 ; 600 ; 126 00 SB Wakefleld &00, Trustees —.1287 600 125 00 SB Wakefleld A Co; Trustees 1288 600 126 00 8 B Wakefleld A 00, Trustees 1293 wiJ 200 ■ 60 :00 Douglass A Thompson, Trastees 1296 1090 fey 260 00 Douglass A Thompson, Trustees 1298 1000 250 00 Dougla? a A Thompson, Trustees... ..l2o9 1000 ?■ - 250 CO Douglass A Thompson, Trustees... M l3OO 1000 250 00 Douglass A Thompson; Trustees... .1801 1000 250 00 Douglass A Thompson, Trustees 1802 v^ 600 v 126 !00 Douglass A 'i hompson, Trustees 130 ('■ 500 . 126 00 Douglass & Thompson; Trustees. ....l3o6 100 25 00 boiuiAus A Thompson, Trustees.....lBoB ' ■:; 100 V 825' 00 Douglass A Thompson, Trustees^/.; 1809 ' 100 'if is 26 00 Douglass A Thompson, Trustees 1810 }!:'' 100 '. t\2* . Oo Douglass A Thompson, Trustees«;. - 18 12 7 ; ; :6OS • '' 12 50 Doaglasa A Thompson, Trustees 1813 ' ;50 ■ ;12 60 Doug ass A Thompson, Trustees 1814 ; .'IOK 260 DouglaßS A Thomp on, Trustees 1315 5 126 M Man Trßatee^:;^v,^;;;;^^;;.;l3l7 :v-;j: v -;j 60 v ¥12:60 W J Muller; Tru5tee.....;....... ;..... 1320 100 , :25 00 W J Muller, Tru8tee.;;...>,..u.;.......1322 •-".20 h . -^8 00 W J Muller; Trustee .;;...;;. ..^ 1823 LiliO^i ']a{- 2• £0 Kppstt-ln & 00, Trustees ...... 1826 ; 100 ■"•;' 25 jOO Rppsteiu A Go, trustees 1327 100 ; : 25 00 W. J Mu'.ler, Tra6tee..;...-...;;..;..;....1328 ;V 230 ' 67. 50 8 B.Wakefleld A Go, Trustees 1394 '• 26 U 86J25 Crocker & Suydam, Trustees 188* ;V'--^2og;i . : |:/.rfB'oo Woods A Freeborn, Trust 1859 K\ " 100 g, "s 25 ;00 Wilson A HatchlnB3n,TraBtees.::U3ll 100 . 25 00 Greenebaum, Helbtmr A 00, Trus- '■''■■ ■^SgonSs^^^'H4 Stees^v^; i ::^;^;^;^;^.;;..^^r.V.l344 -200 , 50 00 Thomas O'Connor; Trustee 1346 60 12 50 John St dgwlck;lTros»ee;.\;r.T;:.-.r.U847 103 25 00 Geo B Orandall, 'l ruMtfe 1549 ■ >?* 100 $$$ 25 00 Crocker A Suydam, Trustees 1850 ? 40 • 10 00 Geo T Mary eft Son, Trustees 1358 6 *"■}* 1 28 W J Muller, i Trusteew;;^;W:;»;.;.V.l36l ; ':':■- 60 ? : Jr 11 60 Greenebaum, Helblog ft 00, Trus- „ ' " '■■:. '.'.&>?: tees...;^;;^^^^^^^;;^r^;i3B6 Vi wo* ■--;•.. 87 60 M Mantel, Trustee^^;r;.;.;..»^V^l36B 40 '4 10 00 G-eetebaum, Helbiog A Co; Trus- ; : < j ;^ . tee5.;;.....v.^...;.....;......;.......:..;;;i369 V : 30 'k .l ' ,' 7 50 Macpnerson & Shlnn; Trustees 1371 v■;soi:i 12 ; 60 H D Hanks, Trustee 1873 ■ 600 0}: 126 00 Hi D I Hanks Tru5t«e.;;..,.^^..;..;;.1377 ; : '" 100 ¥ .• : > 25 1 00 H D Hants, i TmBtee.7;.:.v..-.;..;;.;.; j .;i380 . '•.,'■; 21 ' ;. '6 00 H D Hai J k5,^Trn5te0.;;..........;....;;.1384 10 '^2 60 W J Mailer, Tru5tee^..................;i890 < 200 60 00 B Oahlll A Oo,tTruBteeß^i.;;.^.;rr.l«92p'ftilote P|2'so 8 B Wakefleld & 00, Trustees 1393 20 \ gp!s|Co J A Rudltln, :Tru8tee;^;;::;;;.^:/.;.1396 '60 Cvvi^ 12 50 Orowiey A Goodman, Trustees 1898 50 J,i A' 12 50 Baldwin A Gardiner,; Trustees. ...1408 60 . 12:50 H B Wakeflild A 00, Trustees 1409 100 428 00 W/J MaUer;TruBtee.;;; A ;..;............. 1413 200 k6O 00 W, a Crandali; Trustee ........1416 ; 40 10 00 H D H«nks, Trustee 1416 10 iS2 60 Fry; Neal & Co, Trustees ..1418 > 400 ■* 100 00 M Mantel, Trustee;;;;;^;;.;; .:..;i;^.U2O &=;: 60 i r ' 12 50 SB Wakefleld AC >, Trustees 1422 .: \ iBO ¥^i 20 00 Geo T Marye A Son,: Trustees 1428 i 100 ?'. H25H 25 00 E M Miles A Co, 7 Trustees 1425 . 100 X 25 00 6 Oahlll A 00, Trustee? 1427 100 ■ 25 00 E Cahill A 00, Trustees 1428 i; 100 ; 25 00 $ B Wakefleld A Go, Trustees 1431 ■! 100 25 00 W. J Mailer, Trustee;..;;.^ ...i ~14»2 ; 500 "- - ■ 126 00 WJ Mu11er; T.ru8t«e^...".;.....;..;;;..;1434 i'M^ 12 60 W J Muller, trustee a;;^;:::;..;;^.1435 20 : 6CO 8 B Wakeflold A Oo; Trustees 1486 60 12 60 W J Muller; Trustee j;;;^^;;;;i &: 60 I■% J 2 [ £0 WJ Muller, Ti-ustee.;i^;:;;;;^V^^; 1438 :; 60 12 : 60 S B Wakefleld A Co, Trustees 1445 60 12 60 S B Wakefleld A Oo, ; Trustees 1448 , 200 60 00 8 B Wakefleli A 00, Trustees 1449 80^».7i 80 W.G Crandali; Trustee .V............;~1452' 200 60 09 E Oahlll A Go, Trustees ;;...:;;.;;..;.1456 20 i 00 E Oahil 1 . & 00. Trustee? 1459 6 \> 1 21 WJ Mailer,' TruBtee. v ;:V:;..:;......'.;...140l 100 : :: 25 CO H D Hawk8;Tra8ie>..;....';;...;...... ..146* 100 25 00 H D Hawks, Trustee >'^;.;;^'.V.';;;1464 •"•• 100 J- 25 00 H D Hawk5^Tra5tee........ ........ 1465 60 12 50 H D Hawks Trus l ee.:^^r.^.7rr. T .?.r-1487 50 : 12 60 W,W StB:eon, Trustee 1470 80 20 00 W W Btetson; Trustee '»».V;»M7l> - ' 20 ; J .6 00 8 B.Wakefleld AOo, Trustee' 1473 ICO V* 25 00 Geo O Htckox A 00, Trustee? 1474 v ; 100 ; ; 25 00 H D Trustee...^,... 1 ..........1475 ; 40 > "10 00 W L Duncan, Tru5tee.;.;.. ...... ...... 1476 xBo* ;V?12;60 Cope A Davis, 5 Tra8tee5...............~1478,.. 100 >; ■25 00 Geo O Hlckoz <fe 00, Trustees 1480 , 100 1251 25 00 G B Bayley, Tru5tee...................:. 1481 100 25 CO G Bayley, Trustee 1482 100 25 00 GB 8aj1 i y.TrH5tee.....................1483 100 ,25 00 O B Bayley, Tru tee 1485 ; 100 25 00 John Bedgwloit, Trustee 1486 10 2 60 G B Bayl y, Trustee ( ..........;..1489;- 100 ?. 2500 G B Bayley, Tru8tee;...........;...v.;..149l 100 25 00 GB Bayley, Tustee M 1493 ; 100 "25 00 G B 13ay1ey,Tru8tee.. ;...... ...... .....;1494,: 100 25 TOO G ; B Bayley; Trust: 0.. ....... ......... 1495 50 •• 12 i6O G B ; Bayley,. Trustee .......;..;...... 1498 .60 ■ ■ 12 :60 G B Bayley, Trustee .....................1504 :. 20 5 00 W J Muller. Trustee ......... .;..'..1608. 60 12 50 DO Bites, Tru5tee...........;....... 1609 100 '■>': 25 00 8 B Wakeflold A Trustees 1510 260 v6O 00 Oope ADaviJ,Tru8tee5..,...............1512 200 60 00 W GOrandall.'.Trußteo.......... 1513 200 60 00 GreenebauTn, Helblng A Co,

Trustees .......1515 20 5 CO Woods A Freeborn, Trustees ...... 1618 50 12 50 H D Hawks, Tru5tee............. 1619 100 35 00 Greeneb»um; Helblng A- Co Trustees .;......................,........ 1524 1(0 25 GO 11 11 Scott A Co, Trustees ...... .......1620 80 12 60 O D Lorlng, Trustee..... ...........1631 70 17 f 0 A B Cathcart, Tru5tee......... ........ 1632 100 25 00 H 1! Scott A Go, Trustee?.. 1633 60 12 50 Cope A Davis, Trustees ......... .....;..1584 60 12:60 ti i; tfak'crffcia' £ oV, 'rr-rfWJ^:........j1W am a* m Geo T Marje * Son, Trustees ...... 1631 100 »5 00 il II Korke, Trustee 1538 10 2 CO (J -.I*lll A Co, Trustee* .................1639 ICO 25 00 Atkinson, Dond A Go, Trustees...... 1640 100 D 25 ,C0 JalPatorstn, Trustee ............... 1648 60 12 50 Cahlll A Co, Trustees 1650 100 25 00 •<peyer B os, Tru8teee........;.........:.i655 200 60 CO II D Hawk*. Trustee..... .......1566 20 6 00 W \V HteUon. Trustee 1557 10 2 60 if I> Hawks. Tru8tep....................^1669 160 &7,£0 W KBlrae.Trußtee.... ..1652 60 : 12 60 Geo B Root, Trus'c-e .;................ 1563 100 25 00 M<;sser, Bacon A Co, Trustees 1571 100 26 00 Me<tor, B«con A Co, Trustees ......1672 : 50 12 60 a Fran*, Trustee. .......1674 10 -¥;* ; 260 H r>n..w ! -«, Trustee... ..........1577 500 : 125 00 H D Hawks, Trustee 1678 600 126 00 II D Hawk?, Tru5tee...;.....;.... .1688 20 biOO H D Hawks, Tru5tee..."....'., ........ 1689 20 6 00 ()lute<fc Love!atd;TruBtees......... M If 91 100 25*00 F7a!e A Pachero, Tru5tee5..... ......... 1592 100 . 25 00 Hale A Pacheco, Trustees- ..........1593 100 .; 25 00 Kale A Pachoco, Tru5tee5... :..;.......1594 ■■• -v< 60 :■/- 12 60 Hale A Pacheco, Trustees 1695 50 V 12 60 Geo T Marya Agon; Trustees 1697 200 . 50 00 Goo B Root, T/n9tce.......;.............1698 76 18 75 Gluts LoveUnd, Trustee 1601 60 12 50 S B Wakefleld & Co, Trustees 1603 26 ' 625 M Mantel, Trustee .............10 13 100 25 00 M Mantel, TruBtoe..;...V.'..r;:.v;v......'.iei4^(K)H|as 00 M Mantel, Trustee 1 ...................;.1618 , , 50 12 50 WJ Mailer, Tru8tee...;.................1620 600 125:00 W L Dancnn, Tru8tee............,......1622 50 6 00 WlUon A Hutchlnson, Trustees 1 628 . ' 25 1 6 , 25 J L Armstrong, Trustee 1625 60 12 50 Geo Barter, < arter, Tru5tee.;.;.....,,..,..... .1626 ICO 25 00 Oeo B Carter, Tru5tee.,.......;;....;;...1627' 100 26 00 Geo B Oar er. Trustee.; .^..............1f128" 100 26 00 Geo B Carter, Tru5tee.;......... ........1680 " 1C0 '■ E25 00 Geo B tarter, Trn8t€e....................183l 100 ■25 00 G t o B Garter, TiU8t«e^...............;..1633 100 ;, 35 00 Geo B Garter, 1 Truitee»..............;...1«84;': 100 25 00 J L Armstrong, Trustee ............... 163* 50 ; 12 60 Wo'ds A Freebora, Trustees 1637 ?5 ■:■ 6 25 B M Miles A Co, Trustees 1640 60 12 60 G B OrandaU, Tru8tee..V;...;;...........1£43 50 12 50 Greonobaum, Helblrs & Go, Trus- . ' i i tees '..;....;..vr.;,;;.'.»;.;...v;,....7.;.....i644 50 12 60 Meaeer, Bacon <& Go, Troß ee5.;:..'.165 { ;;.< 400 ': ,' ICO 00 W KSlme, Trufte«C;^;^;:;;;^.;.;;U66l ; 60 . 12 60 Ma-pherson A Phlnn; Trustees ;;. s .;.l 687 "s 100 '• 25 CO S -B Wakcfleld A Co, Trustees 1668 200 : , r6O 00 SB Wakefleld A Go. Trustees 1670 F." 100 /26 00 H D Hawks, Trn«tee.;;..;.;...;.....;...1672 - 200 ; 'A 6O 00 McsEer," Bacon A Co, Trustees, 1673 : * 100 „:! 25 ' 00 W ( J Muller, Trustee 1676 200 60 00 Geo Root, Trnstfe^i;^.^.^..^.^??^ 80 12 60 Wni L Locke, Tiu5tea:;^.;.;;..;..;..;i678-i 200 ; : 60 00 Homer 8 King A C0;.Tru5teep.;.....:1679 . i 100 ■ ii -•! 25 00 8 B Wakeflold A Co, Trus'ees 1683 v^6of; ,;^J»«6O S B Wakefleld A Go, Trustee! 1684 , . 50 s>',l2 60 D C 8ate5, Tru5tee.;^....V;..^..;...:..1686V::i00i:v^25!00 Hale A Pacbeco, Trustees , 16 7 .100:: ' 25 00 Me^ser, Bacon A Co, Trustee* 1689 -SO^ 20 00 Wilson A HutchlnBon, l Trustees. ..-1 603 100 25 00 8 B Wakefleld A ; Co, Trustees 1696 ; 200 % , 50 <00 8 B.WakeflelJ A Co, Trustees 1697 "200: CO 00 8 B Wakefleld A I Go, i Trustees 1698 ! 100 tf 25 "00 8 B Wakefleld A Co, Trustees 1699 50 r■l2 i 60 15 Cahlll A Go, Trustees 1102 . ' 200 <■;'.; '. '-■■, 60 00 Kenney A Dyer,, Tru5tee5. ...;..:.:;,..1708, 100 '25:00 Kenney A Dyer, Tru*toos ..;..../©, ;.1707 «• : 100 O, ; . 25 iOO D Z Yost A Go, Trusees 1708 25 6 25 D Z Yost A Co, Trustees ;.........;..17C9 25 , 6 25 8 B Wakefleli A Co, Trustees 1710 i. 50 * 12 50 l W White, Trustee 1715 2(0 <60 CO «B Wakefleld A Co. Trustee.' .1727 200 60 00 W i;> W Stetson, Trustee 1797 ■: 9775 Hit 75 Rouutree A Langiaod , Trustees.,... 1735 i 60 \ '■' 12 60 Block A Beruhard, Trustees 1739 100 ; -:'>2s 00 G B Bayley, Trustee;;.:;.;^VM,M^^l74o l 200 -' ?60 00 Q B Bay ley, \Trq8tee....,:;.,,,;.......,.174 *0 7 60 G,8^iJ^ey,jTrn8tee..^........;;.......1742 70 ■ ; ' 17 60 And In accordance with law, and san ."order, of the Board of i Directors, made \ on ; the ?! fourteenth day of November, 1879, so many shares , of each parcel of such htock as may be necessary, will be sold at public auction, at the office of the Company, Room 61, Nevada Block No; 309 Montgomery; street. San I Francisco. California,* on WEDNESDAY, the SEVENTH day! oMJAN D AR Y 1880, at the bour of one (1) o'clock P. M. of Bald day, to par said delinquent ' asses* men t ; thereon ,; together with i costs of advertising ad expanses of the sale. ■■ .T ■■ -••■■ :;■; :': : :■■■ ■ ; ;;:;•; .;,':■? ; W. W. stetson;; Secretary. ; i Office — Room 61, Nevada 1 Block, No. 809 Montgomery street, Ban -Kranclßoo. California. ■;>". {:Vr ' ; ? " ; de2o ::

r -.:";,"..-i' .^^^. % % %* T (W•" %^ ♦ ■■" |TT| § T T\in BUSINESS H H U 8 II \ COUB(}E^ I 111 11l 1 1 24 PoBt stn^ H xj HA in 19 H H J9 H |9 - s :..*■'». ".^- ■ ~* ■ Opposite Mechanics' Institute. iTmtifn iiiiiiMiiim mi mm minim nil ii'iimmhiiiiiibm m niiiinin mi m oi fA sfl B'S m y > nn r is n POMMERYIGRENO CHAMPA6NI. A FBESH SHIPMENT OF THIS BBNOWNED WIN* / :; IN EXCELLENT CONDITION, : ?'-.>-^ WHICH WE OFFEB IN LOTB TO BDIT. LIUENTHAL & CO., 223 CALIFORNIA STREET, <JeBl 3plw ; ."' v SfiSWjOTHHBBBWBBSWfiWMKSSHISftJ^t^i-^orft'-.rii, ■ EX HAVRE STEAMER AND PACIFIC RP. AN INVOICE OF THE FAMOUS CACHET BLANC ■■'..■ ..■■■■.■'■■■'■ : ■-■■■'-, i ' .■.-;:'■";■■ a .'■";■■'■ .■■ '■■"' ?■■ ■■■■■'■ " "!-''■■'?: '■'■' CHAMPAGNE.from Messrs. DIUTZ 4 GELDERMANN, ' A i— ln Champagne, In cases, quarts and pints, tor sale In Bond or duty paid, by ! CHARLES M EIBTECKE & CO., ' 2p ■.; SOLE AGENTS, 814 SACRAMENTO ST. DOWN WITH EXORBITANT PRICES! : ■-•■ ... '. ,■'.'■ : ' "**' -'--;'■ .:'..■ , VIENNA CfiNTOGRIAPH COPYING I'-.; ;;;PX*ATBS^-::; For multiplying Bills.' Letters, Price-Lists, Circulars, Designs, Drawings, Sheet Music, Town Pats, Etc., Etc. "r-; Postal Card size, 4x6:..............;............... $ 75 Note Paper size, 8x9..;..;.....;.............;.'....;i..;.v...V..i 1j 26 Mercantile Letter size 9xlU*S"i"J!{^li"iiliA"..t!El!Jil'' 50 Legal Cap Mac, 11x16.:...".V...:.;;......;:...:.........;......^ 2 50 • From Sixty to One Hundred copies can be printed from ? one Imprecston. ';■: Ink, 10c, . 15c, ■ 25c r per * bottle. --' Address "yriiiiMiiintwpniilWßifißiiiiiHlWgi' ' VIENNA CENTOGKAPH M'F'G CO., Jal-2p ! 957 Folsom St. in^ar Sixth. "A IT A" Fifteen cents per week, D£UY£B£D BY CARRI££B«

Qtggcggmcut Notices, tar Andes Sliver Mining. Company— Location 01 :. principal plaoe of . business, ; Ban i?ran. Cisco, California— Location of works, Virginia District, Storey County, Nevada.— Notice is hereby given that at [ a meeting of 1 the Board of s Directors held on the \ eighteenth day Jof 1 December, 1879 , an '■■; assessment (No. 13) of Twenty.flve Gents ? per share was levied c upon the I capita, stock of ' tho Corporation, pay able immediately, ;> In U. B. gold coin, to the I Secretary, ;• at ; the ' office of | the Company r Room 2, Nevada Block, 809 ' Montgomery street, Ban Franolsco; California. Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on the TWBNTY.THIRD day of JANUARY, 1880 will be delinquent and advertised for sale 1 at publio auction ; and unless payment is made I before, will be sold on MONDAY, the SIXTEENTH ": day of ; FEBRUARY, 1880, to > pay | the delinquent \ assessment, together wltb ; oost of advertising % and. , expenses of sale. By order of the Board i; of Dlreotors. BUTLER BURRIB, Becretary. Office— Room 2, Nevada Blook, 309 Montgomery street; Han Franoisco, California. RSSiSM^ Q tar : Consolidated. Imperial raining Company— Location of ; principal place . 01 1 business, Han Franbisoo, California— of works, Gold Hill, Storey County; Nevada.— Notice is hereby given that at a meeting of | the Board of Directors, held on the tenth day of December, 1879, an assessment^. 10) f of Twenty (20o.) Cents per share was levied upon the capital Htcoj: of the Corporation, payable Immediately, in Unltod States gold com, to the Becretary ;v at the offloe of ! the Company, : Boom 8, No. 208 Bush street, Ban Francisco; California. ; , ■■■■; ; J ; Any | stook S upon "i which 's this assessment shall remain unpaid^ on the FOURTEENTH day of JANUARY, 1880, will be delinquent and advertised for Bate at publio auction ; and unless payment is made > before will be sold on WEDNESDAY, the FOURTH (4th) f day of FEBRUARY, 1880, to pay the aeliuquent assessment, together with costs of advertising and expenses of sale. By "order ; of the Board of Directors. '."-v". T] '■ ;^".W. X E. DEAN; Becretary. |/; Offloe Room ; . 8, No, 208 ■ Bush street, Ban Franolsoo, California. ; " ; ; delO %r~ Double Standard Gold Minlnjr Com—Location of s, works; ! Bodie | Mining Dietriot Bodied Mono County, California — Location of I principal place of business. Ban Francisco, California. — Notioe jis I hereby given that at a meeting of 1 the 1 Direotbra,' held on the tenth (I th) day of December, > 1879, an assessment No. Two (2) of ■ Fifteen (1 60 ./ Gents per share was levied upon the capital stock of | the % Oorporaion, payable | immediately; Sin % United f States gold \ coin, to i the Secretary; fat S the offloe of the Company; Room No. 62, Nevada Blook, No. 809 1 Montgomery street, San Franolsoo, California. Any stock upon wblohl this assessment shall re> main unpaid on WEDNESDAY, the FOURTEENTH (14th) day of JANUARY, 1880, will bo delinquent and advertised for sale at public auotion ; and unless payment 'IP made before, will be BOIdVon\WEDNIB-^ DAY, the FOURTH (4tb) t day^Jofj FEBRUARY, 1880, to pay the delinquent assessment,"^ together ) with '; oosts of advertising and ' expenses of ; sale. l ;,v >; : : |' '■■PB ;;; .;.;.•■: y :/.;: -;.i: y ] WM. H. LENT; Seoretary. ::■-. Offloe — Room No. 6 ; Nevada Blook, No. 809 Montgomery street; San Francisco, California. del B

tar Goodahavr za.lnliia Company — Location of principal place \of business, San Francisco, California Location of workß, Bod Mining District, Bodie, Mono County, California Notioe is hereby given that 'at a meeting of the Boar d of Directors, held on the twenty fourth day of November, 1879, aa assessment (No. 2) of Twenty-live Cents i per snare was levied upon the capital stock of the Corporation, payable ; immediately/ in United States I gold ooln, to the Seoretary, at \ the offloe of % the Company, Rooms 9 and 10, 827 1 Pine ] street;? Ban Franolsoo, California. i c. ; -tT.'^'^;' / f^-'-C-:*? I .^ Any stock upon which > this ~ assessment shall remain, unpaid on MONDAY, the FIFTH (6th) day of JANUARY, 16t0, will be delinquent and advertised for sale public auction ; and payment is made before, will be sold on MONDAY, the SECOND (24) f day of ; FEBRUARY, 1880, to pay the delin. quent assessment, together with oosts of advertising aad expenses ■of sale. By order of tbe Board of Directors. VICTOR FERNBAOH, eecretary. X; Offloe— Rooms ; 9 and r : 10, HI ;■ Pine . street, Ban * Franoisco, Gal. ': ' . i ..■■ * : no2S wr Mountain View Sliver jnialajr Company— Location of J principal place iof I busiseaa, Ban Franoisco. California— Location of works, Virginia Mining District, storey ' County, ; Nevada.— Notioe In her eby| given that lat a | meeting of the Board of Director; , held 00 the thirty.flret day of December, 1879, an assessment (No. l)of Twenty-five Gents per share was lev ea upon the oapical toe of tho Cor. poration; payable immediately, In Unltod Btates gold ooln, to the i Secretary, at ■ thejbfacefof|the! Company;! Booms 8 and 9, 309 California street, Ban r Franoisco, California, ,!■; s"t.v",f ; ';i : ?|v.i " : : 'f >'"v;":" " : ' »i: ' ■ 1 3 Any stock upon which ( th Is 1 : assessment shall 1 r*. ; main unpaid on r tbe TENTH (10th) day 01 FEB. BUARY, 1880, will be delinquent 'and advertised for sale at publio auction ; ant unless payment is ado • before, will be sold on BATURDAY, the TWENTY. EIGHTH day of FEBRUARY,! ieBo,gtbTpayAthOi delinquent assessment, together with cost of *dvertlßing: and expenses of Bale. By order of the Board of Direotors. . J. MOORE, Secretary. M Offloe— Rooms 8 ana . 9, 809 California f street, Ban Franolsoo, California. • ' :WSSSiHW ; Bar. Mftmmotli Mining: Company — Locution of principal plaoe of business, Sa.i Francisco, California— Location of worlra, Mammoth City, Mono County, California. — Notice is hereby given that at a mooting of the Board of Direotors, held on the fifth day of : December, , 1879; ; an assessment (No. ;8)f of One ; Do) lar; per share was f levied 1 upon the i capital stook of s the ; Corporation, able immediately, in United '; (nates gold coin, to the Secretary ,1»t the office of I the 1, Company ;. ; Boom 4, 802 T >| Montgomery j street; Ban Francisco, California. ; %^M Any stook noon whloh this assessment eball re. main unpaid on the FIFTEENTH day of JANUARY, 1 8 0 , ; will be delinquent and advertises fersale at publio auotion ; and unions payment i? made before, will Ibe • Bold on FRIDAY, the THIRTEENTH day of FEBRUARY, 1880, to pay the I delinquent assessment, together with ooals of advertising and exr"**" A B of sale; By order of ; the Board of Director?. A. W. FIELD, Secretary ypro, tern. 4. Offloe— Room 4, 302 Montgomery street, Bah Fran- :, lsoo, California. r de JUT lfo*th •; Bonanza Mining CoiuponyLocation of ; principal piaoe of ' business, Ban : If ranoisco, California — Location of works, Storey County, Nevada— Netioe is hereby given , that at » meeting of the Board of Direotors, i hold on the twenty-first day of November, 1871. an assessment (No, 4) of , Twenty-five (26c.) Cents per < share , was levied upon the capital stooa of the Corporation, payable Immediately, in United Btates gold coin, to the becretary, a.t the office if of 5 th« v Ooup&ny , Room 61, KevaxU Block, No. 809 Montgomery street; San Franolsoo, California. . ;. Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on the' TWENTY-SIXTH (26th) r day of DECEMBER, 1879, will be delinquent and advertised for. sale ;at ' publio \ auction ; ■ and unless • payment \ is \ made before, . will be sold on THURSDAY, ? the i FIFTEENTH (16th) day of JANUARY, 1880, to pay '\ the delinquent assessment, together with costs of [ advertising and • expenses >of i sale. \By order of ! the ; Board of Directors. ■ W. W. STETSON, Becretary. >■: Office— Room 61, Nevada Blook, Mo. 809 Mont* gomery street, Ban Francisoo. California. n022 POBTPtoHJSMKHT, . The day of delinquency of the above assessment Is hereby postponed until FRIDAY, JANUARY (9th; NINTH; 1 880, and the r : day of ' sale until ' FRIDAY, » JANUARY (80th) THIRTIETH, 1860, at tbe same hour and place. By order of the Board of I Directors. W. W. BTETBON, Secretary. I Offioe — • 01, i Nevada Block, No. 809 } Mont, gomery street, Ban Franoisoo. California. de 27 V %IT Sonoma Va : ley Half road Company — Location of principal place of business, San Fran* Cisco; California — of. road; Sonoma County, California — Notice is hereby given tha'v at a meeting of the ■ Directors, ; held Kon the eighth day •of December, 1879, an assessment (No. 1 . 1) of Five ($6) Dollars per share was levied ; upon tbe capital stook •; of > tho Corpora si on," payable" immediately, in United ; Btates |' gold % coin;! to the Secretary, at \ the office of the Company, 426 Montgomery street, Ban Francisco, California. : ij V^": . Any stook upon which this . assessment ; shall re> main unpaid ;on \ MONDAY, the TWELFTH day of JANUARY. 1880, will be delinquent and advertised for sale at [public > auction ' ; and ' unless ] payment .is made before, will be sold on MONDAY, the SECOND ! day of FEBRUABY, 1880, to pay the delinquent assessment,' together > with costs of i advertising ana expenses of sale. '■":'''? . :':: ':' "■:■■■■■' : ■;"'' ;:•:: THOB. W. JOHNSTON, Secretary. c'-a Office— 426 Montgomery street, v Ban ■> Francisco, California. ' mmrtWW

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