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MARIPOSA BUSINESS HOUSES.
TO THE PUBLIC. YOUR ATTENTION IS PARTKTI.ARI.V KRQCSBTBD TO THK PRESENT PRICES OF GOODS, NOW SELLING BY SULLIVAN & CO. MAUI STRUT, MARIPOSA. WK HAVE RECENTLY OPENED A BRANCH of our House in SAN FRANCISCO, through which we now receive our supplies direct fn>ra NEW YORK AND BOSTON. By thirl arrangement we are enabled to sell you Goods .11 San Francisco VoB t I Freight added. We Would respectfully solicit you to give us a call, and examine our STUCK and PRICES, previous to purchasing elsewhere, as we are determined to sell (FOB • ASH) LOWER THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THIS SECTION OF COUNTRY. P. S.. . Ail orders entrusted to us will be promptly otte ided to, and weights and measures guarantied correct. THE SAME ADVANTAGES AUK TO BE, HAD AT OUR STORE AT Ooultervlllo, nUr MAXWELL'S CIIERK. 1 VARIETY STORE, AND OLD CURIOSITY SHOP, MAIN STREET, OPPOSITE niIUJPS’ HOTEL, MAUII* 0 S A : •JT WHERE CAN BE FOUND ALL SORTS OF Useful and Ornamental Articles, not to Is* found in any other Store in the Country, consisting «l the largest and best selected stock of HARDWARE, CARPENTERS’ TOOLS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, GARDEN HERDS. j FINE SADDLERY, WINDOW GLASS AND SASH, BUILDERS’ MATERIALS, ETC. Ever offered for sale in thin Town. ALSO PRIME CHEWING TOBACCO .... AND GENUINE HAVANA CIGARS, Received direct from a member of our firm now In Havana, who is constantly providing the best brands. TOOKTIIEK WITH A FINE AKSOKTJIKNT OF FANCY ARTICLES, PERFUMERY; LOOKING GLASSES, WALL PAPER; HOLIDAY TOYS, PAINTS, OILS; TURPENTINE, PUTTY, BRUSHES; BURNING FLUID, LAMP OIL; CAMPHKNK LAMPS AND CAMPHENE; FINK WINDOW SHADES; AND Music and Musical Instruments. A Lamp Chimney* • Sand Paper; U ifVuig JDaper; Knives and Forka; Horse ComtM and Brodies; Nr.iw TLitis, Chisels; Saw Files, Latches; Faucets, Files and Chineln ; Marking Gauges; II tinnier.*, Compasses; Divides; Shoe Knives; i 'andlesticks; Playing Cards; Butcher Knives; Screws and Hooks; Gangers, Awls; Tap Bores. Glm blots ; Locks, Hasps, Staples ; Screw-Drivers; Pincers, Paper-Cutters; Butts ; And a thousand other Articles, too numerous to men tion, all of which wo offer AT SAN FRANCISCO PRICES, . . WIIOLKSAI.B AND RETAIL 3? O H. CASH. CALL AND BE SUPPLIED. HA N. COHN A CO. nr" GREESMAN & COHN, f’igar and Tobacco Store, WWnfesiifo. No. ** Sacramento street, Sun Fran- Hso<a Stock received direct from Havana. allf NEW TOBACCO, CIO-AH, A Ml ... . VARIETY STORE, .... WHOLESALE AND URIAH OPPOSITK CASHMAN’S NEW STORE. By 3>Joal tfc MeGrann. HV THE PROPRIETORS HAVE RECENTLY received an addition <>f nnny Articles mo»t common in use, and will tiy to accommodate the want* and tuste of the Public, esjKvially in TOBACCO AND CIGARS. Great pains have been taken to select a good variety of FANCY ARTICLES, That arc sire to suit our Customers. To enumerate all our Articles, is useless: we will only mention NUTS, BOOKS, FRUITS, STATIONERY, BUTTER. CUTLERY. CHEESE, FANCY TOYS. GARDEN SEEDS. ( ()NFE(TIONERV, OIL, WALL PAPER, ETC.. ETC. altf DOWLING SALOON AND Purnislioci Rooms, AT TUB PINE THEE HOUSE, CORNER OF FIFTH AND MAIN STREETS, MARIP O 8 A . tir NEW ROOMS HAVE BEEN FITTED AND Furnished recently, in a style unsurpassed, and arc to let on reasonable terms, by the Week or Month. Transient Travellers may Is* -nre of finding accorn niodation* suited to their various necessities. THE POSTOPPICB IS KEPT HERE. aiti McNamara a crippen. NEW IIILLIAKI) SALOON. L'lnTn vr asp arjunuwi in a stvb; lnsi r- I? ptiweil l»y any similar pOablirthment out of San Frau riHoo. Hie Bar i* stocked with the UEST of UQOUKB and choicest cigars plumenthal a nkwcomb. W hr roii«t«ntljr on linnd. a!stf NEW ORLEANS O X. O T EC X N O AND DRY GOODS STORE, MARIPOSA. Have ox hand a la roe assortment of goods, tniiUWe for Farmers and Miners, and a HEAVY FAJi hits‘K, which v* otfrr to SELL CHEAP: „ altf B OPPENHBM & CO. MARIPOSA BUSINESS HOUSES. C. K lIacORRMOT C. KKIUUNS D. URIEN. Main street, Mariposa, /NO saxtonoueeh:, Have recently associated together as a Trading Firm, under the name or M AC DERMOT & CO. FOR TUB PURPOSE OF CONDUCTING A Wholesale and Eetail Business IN GROCERIES AM) PROVISIONS; Superior Old Wines and Liquors, Of the Choicest Brand* ; HAVANA AND AMERICAN CIGARS; Ctolhiny, Boots and Shots : DUCKS, DBILLB AND BLANKETS; Minins Tool*, Bto. .... AND A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF .... HARD W AHB. We woo d respecihdly Inform our Friend* and he Public that one of the firm will remain constantly in San Francisco, for the purpose of purchasing and forwarding Good*, and by thin arrangement we will be enabled to sell Good* «fs MjOW as any Other Mouse IN THE SOUTHERN MINES, FOR CASH. QL'ICK BALES AND SMALL PROFITS 11 Call and examine our Stock and Prices before pur chasing elsewhere. Mariposa, July 4, ISM. allf i COHEN, SAUL ELS A CO. HAVING REMOVED IN THEIR ,l*fit Fireproof tirlck Store , MAIN STREET, One Door Abore their Old Stand, \ MARIPOSA, Woriil RESI'RCTPUIJ.Y inform their friends! and the public generally, that they ore now pnparad to otfer fur nalc, from their large and well selected STOCK or Jt'KH' BOOBS, Itnrgnlii* that will prove de.irahle and otlrantagemi. to I thuwe laying in dieir Fall mid Winter Hiijmlie*. Grateful for the liberal patronage heretofore extended t«» them, they are | determined, with their increased facllitiea and mean*, to , keep their large and capacious Imano well stocked with the Choicest Goods of the Market. HiT Thev harw'/uxt received, and offer for sale at n»«<le rale terms, u largo supply of SILKS, EMBROIDERIES, ; Staple and Fancy Itry Hoods, LADIES’, MISSES' AND CHILDRENS' | SHOES, GAITERS, SLXPPEUB. .... ALSO .... A Full Aiaortment of Finest and Rent ! I GENTS’ FURNISHING GOODS; And a Good Supply of Miners’ Clotlilug, I BOOTS AND SHOES, Hats and Cap*; .... Which we oiler for sole at the LOWEST MARKET PRICES, i To those who will favor us with their patronage. j We re.-pert full r Invite tlie Tadic* and Oentlcmcu to ' call at our Store and examine our Hoods l»«f »re iiurrhmdiig elsewhere a» It will be no trouble to ahow iitiDV, S<» rail ( and see. COHEN, SAMUEL* ft CO. N. B ...GOLD DL r BT TAKEN IN EXCHANGE, AT THE HIGHEST PRICE*. P. S,—AVr have ealnhllalirtl n Store at Agnn 1 Frio— where the name kind of Good* will 1* sold, and the name advantages afforded to purchuaera a* In Maripona. hie of the Partner! will remain in (ho Franri*c« to forward Onpda ami attend to all huHiue** connected with the | Store at tills place. (alllJ C., H. i (X). UNION HOUSE. RY FRANK WILL I A MB, j (Formerly of the “Franklin House.”) «*- THE PROPRIETOR INVITES FRIENDS. I Strangers and Old Customers to give him a cull nt his New House, near the head of Main street, At the /Aherty Pole; Whore Hoard and lodging ol a first class Hotel cun lie obtained. .... To his House are also allnched LIVERY KTADLE ...AND.... BATHS/ BATHS/ BATHS / Those who desire the comforts and benefits of a clean, luxurious Hath, Hot, Cold, Temperate, or Shower, cao Iks accommodated, us the Proprietor spares no pains in administering to the wants of the outer as well as the Inner man. Baths Fifty Cents each. altf MARIPOSA ROOK STORE, AND NEWS DEPOT, AT THE OFFICE OF TELLS, FAR(JO k CO. Main at reel, Mariposa. TDK UNDKIISIONBD WOULD RESPECTFULLY inform the Public tha* he will keep constantly on hand a good selection of BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY ARTICLES, MAGAZINES ANI> NEWSPAPERS, Which will be told at Kata to tail the Timet. STEAMER PAPERS, for sending to the Atlantic States or Europe, (in wrappers, postage paid,) will be kept on the counter, al ‘25 cents jier copy. California Daily or Weekly Papers furnished ov the single copy or by the week. Orders for such Hooks or Articles as are not on hand will ln» received and promptly attended to. JyHtf Mariposa, July 8, 1856. J. H. CONDON. Llvory Stable, HORNITAS. BLACK & WHITE, Pbopbiutoks. The PROPRIETORS HAVE CONSTANTLY ON HAND, a choice select ion of Saddle Hors#*, which will bo let on roaounahlo terms. W HORSES kept BY THE DAY OR WEEK, at cue fomary price*. llormta*, July 10,1866. altf 1 MARIPOSA BUSINESS HOUSES. PUHNITUHB AN I) BEDDING. CHARLES STUKOKE »#-\VOItLD INFORM MIS FRIENDS AND THE Public that he ha* Removed his Manufactory an above of Furniture and Bedding, to a very spacious place, nearly opposite the Post Office, where he is now pre pared to sell and Manufacture to order any article in liis line. He has now on hand, and will sell at as low a price as possible, a lot of Furniture, consisting of CANE-SEAT CHAIRS; OFFICE ('HAULS; ROCKING CHAIRS; NURSE CHAIRS; BEDSTEADS; BUREAUS; WASHSTANDS; TABLES, ETC., ETC. With a great variety of other Articles in bis line, too numerous to mention. All Articles that leave his Store are warranted to be what they are sold for. or no sale. altf MACHINE SHOP AND FOUNDH Y, BULLION STREET, Immediately in the Rear of Cashman's New Store. Mr n harkeu.. machinist, having hir ma chine Shop nrni Foundry now in complete working or •lor, wmiM respectfully inform hi* friend* and the jpuldic generally. that he i* now prepared to do all kind* of C'a*t ing* to order, and will superintend In person the Making and Ue|>airing of ererv description of Machinery In general u*e in the county. Be 1* prepared to make ( anting* of 1600 lb*, weight, and will warrant all of hi* work strong and perfect If required, lie will visit place* requiring work done on 801 l er« or Engine*. altf Kf PII.UARD BALLS REPAIRED, and made perfectly round and true. Also—Ball* for Rondo turned. MAIIIPOSA BAKERY, BY O. MHYim «*» CO. »r THE PROPRIETOR OF THE MARIPOSA BAKERY is always rwuly to samilv Families with good. wholesome lillFAl); ulso, I’IES and CAKEH, at LIVING PRICER. Mariposa, July 8,18 M. altf B. n A Z 3 ’ • EXCHANGE, SALES. AMD Livery Stable, MA IS STREET , MARIPOSA. rnilE I’ROI’KIETOK WOUIJ) ANNOUNCE, that in addl 1 Hon to hlii former accommodation*. he hu loiiel the Stable recently occupied hy Mill Hhothmm, and in prepared to accommodate the public in every respect. NORSKS It OUGHT AND SOLD. Houses Kki't my the Day, Week, ok Month. Iforara to Let In any Nnmlirr, Many of which are suitable for ladies' use, PARTIES FOX T 08EKITE VALLEY Can be accommodated in every particular. « ■»•• under the iinm««lfale supervision of iuerropnetur, who will apare no pain* to (five aatiafortion These Stables are situated near the Yo-wmiite Hotel, and nearly op|*>*it« the Saloon of Hlumenthal k Newcomb JAM EH G. UFA I). MinKM, September 12, IHW altf LIVER Y ST ABLE. 'TMIK UNDERBIONED TAICBH THIS METHOD of informing hi* friend* and the public generally that he in still to lie found ut the Mime old place, on Vain at, a short distanoo above the Union House, where ran la* found ut all time*, he think*, a little the l***t Saddle Horse* in town, and on equally a* reason able term*. The beat of drain and Hay CONSTANTLY UN HAND. Horses mid Mules Kept by il>c Day or Week. and the lieat of care bestowed on them. He flatten himseli that thorn; who |»atronize him will la* well *a lidled, a* he know* he ha* the coolest and most plea sant Stable in the place, and price* are Mich aa to suit the time-. Thankful for past patronage, he respect fully solicit* a continuation of the same, altf M. O. BARBER. Hornltas Hotel. WILMA (i. (JOSS AND J. J. SHORT. !■R(IPHI K T O R H . (~i oon room*. BF.ru. ctc board by the pay. X WKKK. oil MONTH.... Beat of Wines aud IJquors. I BIT Good Stabling attached. altf B A GUj B HOTBZi, EAST Bir>K or Tilt PUBLIC SQUARE, On the Corner of San Joaquin and Main street-, STOCKTON . Tin: ABOVE HOTEL WAS OPENED ON MON 1 day, the 6th day of Noyemtar, 1866, and i* now In the I full tide of guccesHfut experiment. The Proprietor ha* I thoroughly renovated, improved und refitted the house, 1 and procured entire new Furniture, Bid* and Bedding for tlie accommodation of Families, Boarders and Tra veller*. The Proprietor will spare no j tain* to make hi* patron* compilable. C. A. MEAD, altf PrOPRIKIVNL SAN FRANCISCO HOTELS. AMERICAN EXCHANGE, (Formerly “ Wilson'* Exchange”) I San some street. opposite A merles n Theatre. San FranHaeo. \IT W. FSTA BROOK. PROPRIETOR OK TMF ABOVE y\ , Establishment, in announcing to the Public, that hereafter this popular Hotel will be known aa the Ail HR I t’AN EXCHANGE. avails himself of this occasion to ml.) that tlie house lias just ls-en thoroughly painted and other wise improved by alteration and the addition of New Fur niture ; that lie Is not unmindful of tlie patronage received from the State and those visiting our shore*. Relying upon the public and the community tor sup|>ort. and assured that success depend* upon the well directed < Sort* to procure at all times tlie treat the market affords, in order to satisfy the want* of his guests, he will endeavor hi make this a promi nent object, and render the Exchange the beet and most po pular Hotel in the Statu. al tf UNION HOTEL, Corner Merchant and Kearny streets, fronting on the Plaza. Han Francisco. The above well known and popit.au hotel having been furnished throughout with new and ele gant Furniture, Is now open for the reception of guests. Every attention Will be paid to secure tlie comfort and en joy men t of those who may favor us with a coll. br#~ Prices to suit the times. WM. BROWN, Proprietor. WM. REYNOLD!, Manager. San Francisco, July, 1856. al if NOISY CARRIER’S I BOOK AND ST A TIONER Y COMPANY, 87 Battery street and 64 and 66 tang Wharf, SAN FRAN CISCO. For sale by the Case or Package, in quantities lo suit— Long Bill Paper ; legal Cap ; tatter Paper ; Ink ; Broad Hill Paper , Foolscap ; Note Pa]ier; Pencils ; Blank Blocks ; Wafers ; etc, etc. altf C. P. KIMBALL. President. WM. LANOERMAN 4 00. 81 Front street, near Clay, Kan Francisco, IMPORTERS OF HAVANA CIGARS, altf .... AMD .... AGENTS FOR VIRGINIA TOBACCO MANUFACTURERS GEO. J. BROOKS 4 CO. r*ivpor Warehouse, 133 Samuiine street, corner Merchant, Snn Francisco. WTDealers in Printing, Wrapping and Writing Papers of every description Also PRINTING MATERIALS. ow». j. nano**.] al tf [nun w. naooeg, MARIPOSA BUSINESS HOUSES. J. A . HKIN R V , Butober’s Sliop, MARIPOSA, ASP WHOLDWI.K ASP lICTAII. DEALER IS . Groceries and Provisions, Superior Old French Wines snd Liquors, Havana and American Clfan, French Clothing, direct from Faria. WSW“ Miner* i»n<l others are requested to mil and examine for themselves before purchasing elsewhere. altf MORMON BAR STORE, ON NA HI PON A CREEK. TIIK UNDERSIGNED HAS ALWAYS ON HAND, GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, ....AMD.... Ulnora’ Hupplloa OF DIFFERENT IJMCRIPTIONB; GOOD LIQUORS, CIGARS, TOBACCO, ETC. All Low for Ca*h. • Itr J. It EVANS FINE. UNION HOTEL, XX orultaai. BOYCE A EVES PROPRIETORS. The hotel is kprnbjhfd throughout entirely with New Furniture, ami the Rooms and Rods are not eiedW In this f*late. The Table will be furnish'd at all times with all the delicacies of the Season. The best of Wines and liquors, direct from the importers, will be kept constantly on hand. No pains will be spared on the part of the Proprietors to secure comfort to such as favor them with their patronage. GOOD H FABLING FOR HORSES. altf NOTICE. *r THE sriWCRIIIEII announces to the Public that he ia picpar. d to RANCH ANIMALS, On hi* Hay and drain Ranches. which arc pnaaemed of an abundance of FEED and WATER, and are en tirely fenced in ; then fore poMHeHaing advantage* for lUndiing Stock superior to all other*. The above lUnch is located in Rum** Valley, three-fourths of a mile a I am; QuartzlNirg, on the Htuge Road leading to Mariposa. [altf] K. G. BARTON. SAN FRANCISCO ADVERTISEMENTS. Blank. 800 Is. m . AFKBHII RUPPI.Y AND FIRST-RATE ASSORTMENT of Full and Half-Hound Blank Books. Just received, ex “ Young America." P«M Hooka, Sheep and Turk Memorandum*, MONTHLY AND WEEKLY TIME BOOKS, RECEIPT BOOKS. Shipping, Storehouse, Caah Copying Preti Book*, SCHOOL WRITING BOOKS Miniature B 1 s» *■* Nota, iJrnftn. /««• /-adtng, Etc., etc. jS’uisr rmrrfr'n Hook and Stationery Company, 04 and 00 Long Wltarf. and 07 Battery st. altf HAN FRANCISCO. ROBERT JOSE Pill, .... WHOUBMUC HEALER IN .... Watches, Jewelry, Diamonds, Watch Materials, Tools, Glasses, Fancy Goods, Etc. ItfS Montgomery fttreet, Corner Jarhaon, (DR. WRIGHTS BUILDING.) TJOHERT JOHEPHI HAVING PURCHASED THE ENTIRE X\ Stock and Trad* of tb« Business of ISAAC S. JOSEPHI ft CO. will carry on the name for liia own account, at 196 Montgomery street. corner of Jackson, I»r. Wright's Build ng. al 3m D. S. LORD & CO. Importers of Blank Books and Stationery, Printing Material and Paper of every description. AISO—AGENTS EUR WHIT* At CO.’S TYPE FOUNDRY, No. l.‘U hinsoint street, San Francisco. }*• >-««toeo. u. s. van uokkklkn, New York. H. B—U. Hoc Ac Oo.'s and Buggies Printing Presses for sale. al tf SOUTH WORTH A CO. Dealers in Hardware, Mining Tools, etc. 44 Battery street, California U 1 x-k, between California and Pine streets, Han Francisco. f allf MTKII.r.I HOT El.. (Tkf \tw Fit* Slury Hrirk HmUUng.) Jackson street, between Montgomery and Kearny, Ha* Francisco. I). K. HUNT, Proprietor. al If st. .rti'Miar.is mmoteb ,, K. I. AUMHTHONt), Proi’Ulktok, Southwest corner of Ransome and Connnercial streets, al tf Pan Francisco. PiOJTEEH El VERIO STABLE, California street, near Kearny, Pan Francisco. I HAVE RECENTLY OPENED A FIRST FLASH 1.1 VERY Ktable at tite above place, and have some of Ihe hem Harness and Paddle Horses always ready for hire, and some of tiie finest Buggies in the Slate, always let at reasonable rates. SfW Horses kept hy the Day or Week. The best atten tion paid hi them. Friends from the country arc requested In call and give us a trial. [altf] WM. A. BATEMAN. HIT CHEAP CBOCKEBY, GLASS AND CHINAWABE HOUSE, 13- California street, Pan Francisco. WH O LRHA L K AND RETAIL. (10N8TANT1.Y ON HAND, A GENERAL ASSORTMENT J of all articles in the above line, for sale ia lots to suit purchasers. Families from the country desiring to furnish their dwellings with an assortment of the above, would do well to call. Gauntry merchants supplied with any and all details in the above fine, on the most favorable terms, nl tf G. B. POST & CO. COMMISSION MERCHANTS , Cunning) lam’H Block, Battery street, altf Ha* Francisco. I. FRIEDL ANI) KR A CO. COM MISSION MER CHANTS, Ebbets k Co.’s Building, California st. near Front, al tf Ba* Francisco. W. MF,V F- It, El. TON & CO. AO California street, Pan Francisco, W3T WOOL, HIDEH, TAIJjOW, AND OTHER PRODUCE, bought. a) tf A. P. HOT A LING & CO. Importers and Jobbers in Foreign and Domestic Wines and Liquors, No. 164 Kan*ome street, near Jackson, Pan Francisco. a. p. hotaijm-. J al tf (p. aiunr. I‘>. C. & T. If* II 0B N, IMPORTERS OF HAVANA CIGARS, AND Agents of Virginia Manufactured Tobacco, No. 96 Frout street, eoi ner of Merchant, altf Pan Francisco. MILLS & VANTINE, Importers and Dealers in WINEP, LIQUORS AND QI 0 A 88, Corner Front and (onimcrnal streets, altf Pan Francisco. SPECIAL NOTICES. fg- Dr. I*. J. Csnpk«>'. We would direct the especial attention of invalid* to a perusal of I>r L- J Caapkay's advertisement. to Ik* found in anotiier rolumu of thin paper. In order to place the service* of * learned and experienced physician within tlieir reach. Ho much ill ha* been inflicted on the human family from tlie pernicious and ignorant practice* ©f empiric*, that it aaam a aa if we were filling a hounden duty to make known where Judicious relief can bo obtained. To those unfortunate enough to suffer from the effect* of sexual or private disease*, or their Hi treatment, we cheerfully commend Dr. I- J. Caapkay aa a man of rare scientific and medical acquirement*, possessing all the requisites, from long experience and acknowledged skill, for the successful practice of hi# profession. Having made sexual complaints an especial study, like the cel* bra ted Kicord, of Paris, he is enabled to guarantee a speedy and permanent cure in all cone* of private or chronic dls ease, whether the effects of contagion, self abuse, or loss of virility ; and in order that patients at a distance may avail themselves of bis advice, free consultation by letter is open to them. The knowledge that we have of the numerous cures ho has effected, some of which were of long standing, leads us to place much faith in Dr.C.’s efficacy, and com mend him to the confidence of those in ill health. Dr. Caapkay's rooms are on .Sacramento street, below Mont gomery, San Francisco. altf Arthur W. Jee, MORMON BAR, One Mile below Mariposa Town. I have on hand a complete and suitable assortment of PROVISIONS, BOOTS, CLOTHING, 3VC ININa TOOLS, And other Goods necessarily required by Miners. For bale at the lowest market price, by aN-tf ARTHUR W. JKE. V. W. HUB Y, CONSTABLE. Will attend to the Collecting of Accounts, and all other business appertaining to his office. Orders left ut Justice Washburn's office, will l>e promptly attended to. aH-tf FRENCH AND ENGLISH LANGUAGES. PERSONS DBBROI’B OF ACQUIRING A ITUCTICAI. knowledge of the French and English languages, will find a good opportunity to do so by applying to Mr. H FILTCAU. at the Lafayette Hotel, Maripo«a. TERM* 4 *lO a Month. l/sssona will he given at home to those who will find it more to their convenience. aft-lm THE OEM! Main Street, (opposite Van Dy ke’e Saloon,) MARIPOSA. Jw toiiney mpcetfully infurma hi* friend* and the • politic that lie ha* now on hand a choice aeleclion of tlieilMtt IJQLURH. WINKH AM> CORDIALS, and thank ful for pant tavorn. lie reaimctfulljr aolicita a continuance of their (■;«tr<iii.■»!<•- —having toll eonhlnat that be ia able to give hi* cuatomera untiru aatiiifaclioo. altf ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION For the Formation of the 3lnrlj»oaa Telegraph Company. P R E AMRLE. WtUCRBAS, H. R (jUIUM tCu., all of St<>ckt<>n. in t>»«* State of t alifornis being desirous to organise a • omjtany under the general law fi»r lnc..rj*.rwtlng Telegraph Companies In California for the construction of an Klectrlc Telegraph line from Mariifi.a to Stockton, via Ami Article* of Association being requisite to carry the same into elfecl. the following haa been agreed on by the said Graham A Co., nu<l all other parties whose names may be subscribed hereto aa Stockholders, vlj ; Antkik I Tire company shall be known by the name of • TIIK MAKIItJSA TELKOAAF’U OjMI'AXV. ” The Capital Slock of the Company -ball be Twenty Thousand I *• ILara, with power to increase the name by a vote of two thirds of the stockholder*. And the Rock abali bo divided into share* of One Hundred Dollar*each,and represented by certificate* of shares. A KTin > 2. Tin* certificate* of Slock -hall ha Issued by the Hoard of Director*. signed by the Secretary, and counter signed by the President of the Company in (he form follow ing MAKii OSA TXUgGIUI'H COMPANY. It U hereby certified that is entitled to One Share of Stock of One Hundred Ihdlar*. in the Mariposa Telegraph Company. This Stock »■* transfer a bit- only on the lx»ok* of the ( oinpauy, by an alignment in writing, and a surrender of this certificate to the President of the Coinpant ; and the holler of this Certificate by the acceptance thereof, shell become a party to the cslating ar tide* of association of the Company, and shall be bound thereby a* If an original *ub-crii**r thereto, and abali lie eu titled to ail the priviliges and subject to all the obligations of an original proprietor of said Slock. This Slock la subject to no assessment, in testimony whereof, the Company have caused this certificate to la* signed by the Secretary,and countersigned by the President, at ’ on this day of A. D. 185 President. Secretary. AnTKOt 3. No officer, meinlier or agent of the Company shall have power to incur any debt or pecuniary obligation for, or in the name of the Company. Aktktk 4 Twenty Hve per cent, of all subscriptions to the Stock shall lie paid or made payable to the Director*, immediately upon the organisation of tlx* Company by the election of its officers, ami the residue shall be paid to the Directors, w hen called for by public notice at least ten <lars fireviou* to Hie linn* of payment , and the call shall be by DMtahnent of not more than twenty five dollars on each share, mid at interval* such as the progress of the work may demand. The certificate of Rock shall lie issued to each subscriber whenever the full amount of bis subscription shall have been paid, and not sooner; and they shall la* tran-ferable by written transfer accompanying the certificate and surrender of the original to the President. Aimn.it 5. Kach share of Stock shall entitle the holder to one vote in person or by proxy, on all matters of business or election of officers. AKTULKh. As s»ain a* the amount of stock reunited for the constructing said line, shall have been subscribed for bv liona fide and respon*ible snbicrilierh, the *nid Graham ii Co. ahull notify a meeting of the subscribers, both by pub lie sdvertisement in the papers, and a notice transmitted by mail to each Stockholder, ten days at least before the lime appointed lor such meeting, to Is* holden at such time and place as the said Graham A Co. may select. At such meeting a President shall lie chosen, who shall be cx officio Director, mid nbo a Hoard of Director* consisting of Hve persona, three of whom shall have power to transact any business also a Secretary and Treasurer, the w hole to In* elected by the votes of the holders of the majority of the Htock of said Company represented at such meeting in per son or by prosy. Hold officer* to continue in office one year. ARtICUt 7. Kach officer and agent of the Company shall be subject to removal from hi* office, by a vote or two-third* of the Hoard of IHrector*, who -hall in *uoh cum* or in ca*e of the resignation or decease of any officer of the Company, have power to HU the vacancy by a re-election, until the next annual meeting of the Stockholders. Aktk ijc 8. No person shaU be eligible to office unless In* shall be a Stockholder, owning Stock absolutely and in hi* own right. ANTHUt 9 It shall be the duty of the Board of Director* to call sjiecial meet Inga of the Stockholder* whenever emer gencies may require it. They shall use alt proper mean* to urge forward the work to the completion of the line, to see that no failure on the part of the Company i* permitted to obstruct or retard the progress of the work in the bands of the contractors, and upon the completion of the line, to inspect the same, and upon finding it to comply with the contract to accept It in behalf of the Company, and pay over to the constructor* the balance of the in-talment* due on said contract. ARTim 10. It shall lie the duty of the President of the Company to preside at ail meeting* of the Stockholder*, and the Secretary shall keen and preserve the records of the proceedings of the Stockholder* at all their meetings, and the same shall lie open at all times to the inspection of Stockholder*. The Treasurer shall, when requested, give n bond to the Directors for the benefit of the Company, satis factorily secured for the faithful discharge of nis duties, and shall keep sn account of all his receipt and disburse meats. Amin.K 11. Hie said tirahnm A Co. hereby promise and agree with the other subscribers hereto, to construct and erect a line of Telegraph between Mariposa and Stockton, as provided in the Preamble of these Articles of Asancia Hon. viz ; the line shall Is* constructed with one iron wire of the best quality, sixe not less than No. 12. property seen cured and insulated, and supported by poles of the requi site height ami strength ; there shall bv requisite magnets, registers and batteries for the places mentioned in the Pre amble of these Articles of Association. Said line to Ire com pleted as aforesaid, within six months after the payment of the first Instalment on the Slock, as provided qy Article 4, unless prevented by any default on the part of the Com pany, or by unavoidable accident, or by obstruction occur ring to the tout ractor*, for the mini of Twenty Thousand iKdlnrs, to be |>aid to the said Graham A Co. in cash, in four equal instalments, at intervals as nearly equal as practica ble. The first Instalment to be paid upon the organization of the Company, and the last upon the completion of the woik ; and the said Graham A Co. in consideration of Hie premises and of one dollar to eaeh of them paid, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, do hereby further promise a.id agree with each of the other subscribers hereto, that ns soon as the said line of Telegraph and instruments shall be made, constructed, erected and paid fur a* aforesaid, the line ami all the instrument* and aparalus shall be owned by and be the property of the said Mariposa Telegraph Company. In consideration of the foregoing and of our individual benefit and advantage, we whose names are hereto subscri bed, make and confirm the above Articles of Association ami agreement, and agree each for himself, to conform to sud execute the same and the contracts and undn takings therein, sot forth. And we do further agree to take the number of ..hare* of Rock of wdd Company set opposite our nans** a tf H R GRAHAM A CO- HJariposa Ilcinocrat. WRRNRiDAT MORWUfO APRIL 15. Frt|h(ftal Keene In a Church In Baltimore. Terrible Stampede. —The Baltimore Sun of Feb. HHh, Hays one of Ihe most frightful scenes ever occuring in a church, transpired recently in tho Zion (Independent) African Methodist Episcopal church, situated on tho corner of Howard and Montgomery slreets f winch prevailed for nearly a quarter of an hour, and resulted in the severe injury of sev eral colored persons. It appears it had been previously announced that a colored woman, said to be uncommonly intelligent, and with very meritorious power of language, would oc cupy tho pulpit on the above evening, and preach upon some religious topic. At the usual hour tho church was crowded to over flowing, with an audience which certainly was not less than fifteen hundred persons, a very small number of whom were whites. The prefatory exercises were conducted with so lemnity and propriety } the Interesting preach er had, perhaps, advanced to the middle por tion of her discourse, when some fellow seated below, apparently under the choir gallery, in a stentorian voice cried out in a startling man ner, “ Fire ! firo! —the church is on fire I” It rung through the church like the most aw ful summons, and electrified the congregation beyond control. Instantly there whs a rush from all parts of the spacious structure for the door and window's, whereupon a Rcene ensued which defied description. Many of those upon the lower floor, in rushing to the front doors were so tightly jammed in the aisles, that they could not move either backwards or forwards, and were injured in the struggle. Those in the gallery rushed pell-mell toward the stairs on cither side, and a mass of humanity, piled upon each other, was the consequence. Many othcßS, however, seeing that escape was im possible by the staircase, boldly jumped over the galleries upon the heads of their unfortu nate brethren below. Unq of these cut a man very severely, and at the same time broke one of his legs. Captain Woods, of the southern watch, was soon on the ground, and cried out lustily to the fleeing congregation, assuring them that there was not the slightest danger, but they were too much frightened to listen to him. Many of them lost their shawls, hand kerrluefn, bonnets, coat, shoes, and even long hoots, in the noise and confusion of the panic. The church building itself did not prove unin jured, as many of the w'indow glasses were broken, and the seats tom away and broken. Suspension Flume. —We clip the following description of a flume recently placed across the Stanislaus River, on suspended wire, from the San Joaquin Republican. The flume is at Knight’s Ferry. “Its entire length from bank to bank is 800 feet, the portion suspend ed by wire beiug 470 feet; length of span be tween towers, HBS feet, with a height of 75 feet above the w ater. The flume is a close conduct or, 200 square inches in the clear, with a pres sure or head sufficient for 350 inches, as usu ally measured for mining purposes, and is supported or suspended from two annealed w ire cables 570 feet lung. The tow era. two in number, are 50 feet high, with a base of feet.’’ Novel Mode or Pkddlimu Mile. —The Saw Francisco Herald of the 7th inst., says : “ We yesterday saw a milk peddler who attracted considerable attention. Instead of selling his milk from a wagon, he drove a cow before him, and milked her to the amount required by his customers. Between the animal’s horns was placed a sign with the words “ fresh milk” in scribed on it We have beard some verdant people say that this milkman is honest, ami sells pure milk. Impossible. If he imagines that people will believe his cow is not half a pump, he will have his labor for his pains.— Our people have read too many “ milk and water” jokes to be imposed upon in any such deception. More of tub Bangor Affair.— We saw and conversed yesterday, says the Marysville l*}n quiver of the 4th inst., with a gentlemen who j was present at the time of the hanging of the I three men by the citizens of Bangor, Butte i county, on the afternoon of the Ist of March. | They freely confessed their guilt of the crime | for which they suffered, and acknowledged their guilt of more crimes than they preferred 1 o name. They also confessed to be a portion l of a sworn band, whose headquarters are in j San Francisco, and one of them stated aloud I that, though he himself did not commit the deed, he was an accomplice in the recent mur ■ der of Mr. Jalien, in San Francisco. The j bodies were all suspended at the same instant^ | from the same tree, and the unfortunate men ' met their fate with much courage. j Navigation on tuk Upper San Joaquin.— l We learn from one of our exchanges, that the steamer Gipscy left Stockton recently for a trip to the upper Sai> Joaquin as far as Foft Miller, if practicable. She carried several citi zens of Stockton with her as passengers. They expect to be gone some ten days or two weeks. The navigation of tiro San Joaquin j is attracting considerable Interest at present, i which interest must bo increased hy the now I Tulare Canal bill, which contemplates the I union of its waters with those of King’s river, j This will be the sixth trip made by any steam er to those waters since the settlement of the State, though in no instance has any boat got so for up as Fort Miller. The Gipsey will pro bably go no farther than the mouth of the Slough, some 25 miles below. Shooting Affray. —The Joaquin Re publican of the 12th inst. says a rencontre took place on the levee yesterday, between two men named Turner and Patterson, in the progress of which the latter received a pistol shot in the leg. A hostile feeling had existed between the parties for some time. On meeting yesterday, Patterson approached or took hold of Turner, when the latter drew his pistol, struck P. over the head, and then fired. The wound, we un derstand, is not serious. Of Some Use. —There were $5,600 collected from the Chinese of Butte County for the month of March.