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DAVIS ft GODFREY. Editors and Proprietors, VOL. 1. Ularipffsa Denumt I'UBIJSHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING, «Y C. P. DAVIS and WILLIAM GODFREY, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. Office on Main Street, East side, below the Plaza. TERMS; Per annum, In advance $5 00 For mix month*, in advance .1 00 Single copies 26 Advertisements inserted at the lowest rales. Drf" Every description of Plain and Fancy Job Printing neatly and promptly executed. POETRY. UoiiK-ttflc 111 Ink—A Fragment. I am “A married lady of thirty odd,” Every evening 1 see in their beds A “ baker's dozen” of curly heads, Every morning rny slum hers greet The putter, patter, patter of twenty-six feet; Thirteen little hearts are always in a flutter, The thirteen little mouths are filled with bread and butter; Thirteen little tongues are busy all day long, \nd thirteen little hands, with doing something wrong, Till I fain am to do, With an energy, too, As did the old woman that lived in a shoe, And when my poor husband comes home from Ida work. Tired and hungry, and fierce as a Turk, What do you think is the picture he sees? A legion of babies, all in a breeze— Johnny a-crjrlng, Lucy a-sighing, And worn-out mamma, with her hair all a-fiying; Strong and angry William beating little Nelly ; Charley in the pantry eating currant jelly ; Richard strutting round in papa’s Sunday coat; Harry at the glass, with a razor at his throat; Robert gets his lingers crashed when Susy shuts the door, Mitigat s their aching with a forty pounder roar ; Baby at the coal-hod hurries to begin Throwing In his mite to the universal din. Alas! my lord and master, being rather weak of nerve, he Begins to lose his patience in Ihe stunning topsyturvy, And then the frightened little ones all fly to me for shelter; A nd so the drama doses, 'mid a general helter-skelter; I'll give you my name, Ic*t you think me a myth, Yours, very respectfully, Mrs. John Smith. DBTAILS OF THE CAPTI'UE OF DELHI. j Delhi has always been considered one of the most important cities of India; one English, and eight Ilindostancc journals are (here pub lished, and the city contains a population of about 160,000. Being the great central point of Hindostan, the great master-stroke in every effort to shake off the yoke of Britain is to ob tain possession of Delhi, as a first triumph— not, of course, decisive, but highly important from the decided impression it will produce on the minds of the natives. The following ap pears in a London paper, purporting to he the ■details, by an eye-witness, of the capture of Delhi: “On the morning of the 11th of May, a par ty of the 3d Light Cavalry, variously stated at from twenty-five to two hundred and fifty, made their appearance at Delhi. They had ■come over from Meerut during the night, and were evidently prepared to perpetrate the most awful crimes, ns they were fully armed, and •apparently wild with rage and excitement. They entered the Calcutta Gate without oppo sition from any of the police, and made their way towards Denowgunge, shooting down, in their progress, all Europeans they met with. Among the first victims were, Mr. Simon Fra ser, the Governor General’s Agent; Captain Douglass, his assistant; and Mr. R. Nixon, chief clerk in their office. Notice was imme diately sent up to the Brigadier, and a regi ment (the 24th N. N.) with two guns from De Tessicr’s battery were sent down. The offi cers were, with the exception of Col. Ripley, unarmed. The Colonel shot two of them be- Jbrc he fell; but with this exception, and one said to have been shot by Mr. Fraser, none fell. After butchering all the officers of the 55th, the troopers dismounted and went among the sepoys of the 54th, shaking hands with them, and, it may bo supposed, thanking them for their forbearance in not firing upon the murderers of their officers. The troopers w T cre perfectly collected ; they rode up to their vic tims at full gallop, pulled suddenly, fired their pistols, and retreated. The countenances of the troopers wore the expression of maniacs. One was a mere youth, rushing about, flour ishing his sword, and displaying all the fury -of a man under the influence of bhang. They were in full uniform, and some had medals. Had the officers of the 28th, 54th, and 76th Native Infantry been armed with revolvers, •they might have shot some of them ; but bad they done so, it is still a doubtful question whether their own men would not have bayo netted them. The 54th made some show of firing their muskets, but the shots went, of course, over the heads of the troopers, who had evidently full confidence in the reception they were to meet with. Their plans must have been well matured. Meanwhile the peo ple of the city were collecting for mischief; several bungalows at Dareowgungc had been fired ; and as the day advanced, the Goojurs of the villages around Delhi became alive to the chances of loot, and were ready for action. The whole city was up in arms, every Euro pean residence was searched, the troopers de clared that they did not want property, but , life; and when they retired, the rabble rushed i in and made a clean sweep, from the punkahs 1 0 the floor mats HORNITOS, MARIPOSA COUNTY, CALIFORNIA, THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 24, 1857. As soon as the extent of the outbreak was known, it became necessary for the residents to seek some place of safety ; and most of them made their way to the Flagstaff Tower, where the gun is fired. A company of the 38th Native Infantry and two guns were sta tioned here, and a large party of ladies and gentlemen, including the brigadier, brigade major, &c., were here well armed, with the in tention of defending themselves against the troopers. The tower is round and of solid brickwork, and was well adapted for the pur pose-better, in fact, than any other building in Delhi, About a quarter to four, the maga zine in the city exploded; a puff of white smoke ar.d the report of a gun preceded the cloud of red dust which rose like a huge coro net into the air. It was soon known that the explosion was not accidental, but the gallant act of Lieutenant Willoughby, Commissary of Ordnance, Delhi, and it is pleasing to be able to add that this bravo young man escaped with a severe scorching. About fifteen hun dred persona, rebels, arc said to have been blown up with the magazine. Soon after this, the 38th took possession of two guns sent up to reinforce the jmrty at the tower, and on this becoming known, the Brig adier advised nil who could leave to do so, in tending to follow when the rest had all de parted. Conveyances being in waiting, most of the ladies got away, the gentlemen following on horseback; and thus a safe retreat was af fected towards Kurnnul for some, while others branched off to Meerut, Throughout the whole of this business the Goojers appear to have been most active in the work of devastation. Mr. Wagcntrieber and family, flying for bare life in his own car riage was attacked five times, his wife receiv ing some severe blows from iron bound lathees, and himself a sword cut on the arm, and a blow on the back of the neck from a lathee. But they contrived to evade them all by firm ness and judgement, shooting four and wound ing two of the natives in self-defence, and eventually making good their retreat to Kur naul. Several Europeans, said to number forty eight, were taken to the palace, or, perhaps, went there for protection. These were taken care of by the King of Delhi, but the Sowars of the 3rd Cavalry, whose thirst for European blood bad not been quenched, rested not till they were all given up to them, and murdered one by one in cold blood. “Off hit ms Head.” — A breathlessly ex cited individual, says a late number of the San Francisco Morning Call , rushed into the police office yesterday and inquired for the chiefitj “What do you want of him?” inquired an impassive officer. “ I vants,” said he, with a Teutonic accent, “ I vants eir| baper to kill a tam tog vat piles me in tc leg.” “ Ah, you wish an order of execution issued against a vicious canine,” said the officer. “ No, I tussant vant no such ting. I vants a baper to tell me to kill a tam hup. He piles my leg so pad I have got the bydrophopc, ami will kill him or I goes mat too.” “ Ah, now T see,” said the impassive tem perament; “you require authority to proceed with force of arms against the dangerous ani mal.” “ Mein Got, no—dat ish not vat I vants. I vants te Jeaf to give me license to kill te tog. I vants him to make me baper so ven I kill te tog he can nicht go inter de holice court and swear against me.” “ The dog ?” *• Ncin—not to tog—te man vot owns to tog. Yon see if I kills him—” “ What, the man ?” “Nein—te tog. Und do man sues me for de brice of te tog, den I vants dor law on mine side, d’yes see?” “Oh yes!” said the officer, who was quietly chuckling at the caution evinced by the Ger man, and intent on exhausting his patience, “ then you want to get a warrant to arrest the man wdio owns the dog, so the animal may not again attack you.” “No, no! Got for tam, you gits everything by the tail,” cried lager beer, who began to think the officer was quizzing him. “ I dink you vant to make chokes of me. Tunder and blitzen! I vants shustice not chokes. I vants to cut tc tam tog’s head oft’ and if shustice will not give mo a baper, I cuts his head off any ho ’V.” And the lover of sourkrout started to leave | the hull, but meeting the “Jeaf of Bolice ” at the door, ho conversed with him in the Ger- ! man dialect, made known his wants and re ceived an order to execute the vicious animal. As he was going out he met the impassive officer. j “ All right?” he inquired. ' “ Yah, all right. I goes straight off to tc owner of tc tog und kill him.” “ What, the owner?” “ No,te tog. You make tam fool of your self by saying tog ven I means man, und when I mean man you say tog. Now your gone to ter tuyfel!” and the German incontinently hurried away to mete out vengeance to the animal. fr-t?" I say, Pat, what are you about—sweep ing out the room f” “ No,” answered Pat, “Pm sweeping the dirt, and leaving the room.” "the union and its government From the English Sporting Papers. (.ocnmooi) races. A great trial of strength with the American, French and English horses imparted an addi tional attraction to the “ Cup Day.” Pryor and Prioress came to England with a vast re putation, while Florin and Monarque were not unknown to fame. Tho Americans regarded the success of one of their horses with no little confidence, und it must be confessed that although Pryor and Prioress were defealed, ! they were not disgraced. The horse lathered ! considerably on being stripped, but he ran right up in front to the distance, where Prior ess, 100, looked so formidable that a shout of “ what against the Americans?” was by many voices. It was reserved for Fiance, however, to bear off the honors of the day, Monarque, who run third for the Cup last year, winning it on the present occasion after one of the most exciting finishes ever witnessed. The English horses made no inglorious exhibition, and “ per formed” sufficiently well to sustain their high reputation. As our description of the race will show, the encounter was marked by a cas ualty which might have been as lamentable as that which occurred last year for the Good- 1 w’ood Slakes. Gunboat, while lending, fell | into the straight, and Arsenal, who was in bis ; wake, jumped upon him and stumbled, Ford ham, however, managing to keep his seat. Gemma di Vergy and Kes'rel were not so for tunate, both coming heavily to the ground, but their riders escaped any serious injuries. Da vid Hughes was carried into the stand, and the Duke of Richmond, with bis usual kind ness and urbanity, was instantly in attendance upon him. Hughes was only severely shaken ; he was removed to the Chichester Infirmary, w here he received prompt medical assistance. It is impossible now to tell what might have been the result of tho race had no accident happened. The general opinion was that the American horses, which were ridden by native jockeys, in striped jackets and starred caps, might have figured still more prominently had they been entrusted to men as experienced and accomplished in their profession ns Eng lish jock'-ys. Indeed, in turf phraseology, Prioress looked “all over the winner” at the distance. The French people present were not a little gratified by the success of Mon nrquo, and the prize which they will carry with them to France is a trophy worthy of possessing. After the starter had paraded the horses in Indian file past the Grand Stand he conducted them to the post and endeavored to draw them up in line—a task of some little difficul tly, owing to the factiousness of Pryor, who caused several breakings away. When the flag was dropped, Viscount rushed to the front, but on reaching tho Grand Stand Hisc ber, who was pulling hard, went up to him, Viscount, Monarque, Gunboat, Fisherman and Melissa clustering well up, the American hor ses bringing up the rear. On turning out of the straight, however, Prioress emerged from tho ruck, nnd’Went away with a h ad of half a dozen lengths, Florin, Gunboat, Monarque, Fisherman, Viscount and Arsenal running in a body next. On rounding the turn towards the clump, Prioress ran wide, and Gunboat was left in possession of the lead, which he carried on into the dip. On rising into sight, Risebcr and Prioress were seen in dose com pany with Gunboat, followed by Melissa, Flo rin, Monarque, Fisherman and Arsenal. They ran thus to the last turn, and on descending the hill by the half-mile post, Gunboat slipped up and fell, and Arsenal jumped upon him. Ford ham fortunately kept his scat, hut Kes trel and Gemma di Vergy both came to the ground. Tho lamentable occurrence of last year immediately rushed upon the minds of tho spectators, and tho most painful interest was excited. All fears were dispelled ns the jockeys w’ere seen to scramble up, apparently uninjured. After this accident, Risober was left with a Alight lead, with Monarque at his quarters, and Prioress next, with Pryor well up, tho American horses going particularly strong and well. At the half distance, Mon arque went up to Riseher, and Prioress gave way to Fisherman. Tho race from that point was virtually reduced to a match between the first two, Monarque winning by a head, three lengths between the second and third. Anton, who met with a disappointment by the acci dent mentioned above, was beaten about three lengths from Fisherman, Prioress was a bad fifth, Pryor and Melissa were sixth and sev enth, the others pulled up. I Hells Life says; The Americans adopt al together a different style of riding to that of our own jockeys. The former sit down on their horses all the way, as if riding a trotting match, always have a “hard pull” on, and never shake or “ roll ” them at the finish of a race; consequently, as was the case on this occasion, ninety-nine spectators out of a hun dred might naturally imagine, from the ab sence of all movement of the arms, that the riders w’ere “ roping I” Hr Will you give roe them pennies now?” said a big newsboy to a little one, after giv ing him a severe thumping. “ No, I won’t.” “Then I'll give you another pounding.” “ Pound away. Me and Dr. Franklin agrees. Dr. Franklin says, take care of the pence, and the pounds will take care of themselves.” MARIPOSA BUSINESS HOUSES. UNION HOUSE BY FRANK WILLI AM S , (Formerly of the “Franklin Bonne.”) MARIPOSA. •nr THE PROPRIETOR INVITES FRIENDS, Stranger* and Old Cuatomers to give him a call ut hia Now House, near the head of Mjiin street, AI Ih t L iberty Pole; Where Board and Lodging of a firstclatw Bote! can he obtained. To his Bouse an- also attached .... LIVERY S T A B L E ...AND BATHS! BATHS! BATHS! Those who desire the com forts and benefits of a clean, luxurious Bath, Hot. Cold, Temperate, or Shower, can Iks accommodated, an the Proprietor spares no pains in administering to the wants of the outer os well as the inner man. Baths Fifty Cents each. a Ilf BOWLING SAT. O O N . AND H.oom«, AT TII K . PINE TREE HOUSE, CORNER OF FIFTH AND MAIN STREETS, Maulr o s a . 9W NEW ROOMS HAVE BEEN FITTED AND Furnished recently, in a stylo unsurpassed, and arc to let on reasonable terms, by the Week or Month. Transient Travellers may lie «ure of llnding accom modations suited to their various necessities. THE POSTOFFICE IS KEPT BERK, aitf * McNamara a crippen. LIVERY STABLE. M AI N STRE E T . M ARI PO BA. r PHR UNDERSIGNED TAKES THIS METHOD of informing his friends and the public generally that he Is still to Is- found at the same old place, on Main at., a short distance above the Union House, where ran Is- found at all times, he think*, a little the best Saddle Horses in town, and on equally as reason able terms. Tlm* Dps! of (aain and Hay / CONSTANTLY ON HAND. Horst , anti Mults Kept by the Hay or Week ami the lie-t of care liestowed on them. Be flatters Inrnsel' that those who patronize him will Is- well sa isfled, as he knows he has the c<s»le*t arm most plea sant Stable in the phicc, anil prices are such as to suit the time*. Thankful for past patronage, he respect fully solicits a continuation of the same, altf M. O. BARBER. FURNITURE A Nl> HE 1) DIN O. M I R IPO 8 I. Oil A HUES STUUCKE h#*woi;ld INFORM his friends and the Public that lie has Removed his Manufactory as above of Furniture and Redding, to a spacious place, nearly opposite the Post Office. Maivo-a, where he is nowprw pared to sell arid Mannfai lure to order any article in hi* line. He has now on hand, and will sell at a* low a price as possible, a lot of Furniture, consisting of CANE-SEaT CHAIRS; OFFICE CHAIRS; ROCK INO CHAIRS; NURSE CHAIRS; BEDSTEADS; BUREAUS: WASH-STANDS; TABLES. ETC., ETC. With a great variety of other Articles in Ida 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 BULLION STREET, Immediately in the Hear uf Cashman i New Store. Mr n iia'Kf.i.! m'iClll.nist, having his ma chine Shop met Foundry now in complete working or tier, would respectfully inform his friends and the public generally. Hint lie i- now prepared to do all kinds of Cast ings U> order, and will superintend in |*erson tin- Making and Repairing of every description of Machinery In general use in the county, lie is prepared to make (anting* ol 1600 U»*. weight, and will warrant all of his work strong and perfect. If required, he will visit places requiring work done on Boil era or Engines. altf &w I!II,MAUD DAMS REPAIRED, and made perfectly round and true. Alsu—Halls for Rondo turned. T II E G E M ! Main Street. Opposite Van Uyhr’i Saloon. M A B I I* O B A . JW . TORNEY respectfully Inform* hi* friend* and the # public that he ha* now on hand a choice ■election of the REST EIQI (»K>. WINE- AND CORDIALS, and thank fill for pa*t favor*, he respectfully solicits a continuance of their imtronage—lni vine full confidence that he I* able to give his customers entire satisfaction. _ altf MARIPOSA EAGER BEER. HORNNEBER Or LE S M A.N, .... Proprietor* of the.... NEW MARIPOSA BREWERY. RESPECTFULLY announce to the public that their NEW BREWERY is completed, and they are now manufacturing EAGER BEER of a superior quality to any ever offered in Miiripo-a county. Orders for Beer will be promptly supplied in any part of the county. gtW Families will he supplied with Beer In Butliua or Kegs, as may be most desirable. Mariposa, August, 1867. angfltt JOHN A. HORNNKDKB UEKRY LKfIMAN M ARIP( ISA BA KI: BY; BY O. MBYBII cfc 00. MAIN STREET, BETWEEN FIFTH AND SIXTH, MARIPOSA. tiW THE PROPRIETOR OP THE MARIPOSA BAKERY ia ill way* ready to auwnl*’ Families with good, ■ , .*liolfs"ine BREAD: alao, PiES and CAKES, at Lima PRICES. Mariposa July * 18.VE altf T E K M S : FIVE DOLLARS PEE ANNUM, IK ADVANCE MARIPOSA BUSINESS HOUSES. TO THE PUBLIC. VOLK ATTKNTION IS I’ARIICVOKI.V HKgCRfnU) TO THI PRESENT PRICES OF GOODS, .VOW SELLING BY SULLIVAN & CO. MAIN ITR KK T, 9IAKIPOSA. WE HAVE RECENTLY OPENED A BRANCH of our House in SAN FRANCISCO, through which wc now receive our supplies direct from NEW YORK AND BOSTON. By this arrangement we arc enabled to sell you Goods •f I San Francisco Cost! Freight added. We would respectfully solicit you to give on a dull, and examine our STOCK and PRICES, previous to purchasing elsewhere, as we ai e determined to -ell (FOR CASH) LOWER THAN ANY OTHER HU ITS E IN THIS SECTION OF COUNTRY. P. S. . Ail orders entrusted to iih will ho promptly atte ded to. and weights and measures guarantied con eet. THE SAME ADVANTAGES ARE.TO BE HAD AT OUR STORE AT Coultorvlllo, altf MAXWELL’S CREEK, r. F HarDERHOT C. KKKKINS D BIUKN. Main street, iMariposa, k y ii .... SA-XTOKT’S CHEEK, Have recently associated together ns a Tmding Firm, under the name of M AC DERMOT & CO. FOR TIIR PURPOSE OP OONPUCTIKO A Wholesale and Retail Business i a GROCERIES AM) PROVISIONS; Superior Old Wines and Liqnors, of (he Choicest Brands: HAVANA AND AMERICAN CIGARS; Ctolhiutr } Hoots anti Shots: DUCKS, DRILLS AND BLANKETS; IVlluiug Tools, Etc. A Nil A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OK ... HARDWARE. tf We would respectfully inform our Friends and he Public that one of the firm will remain constantly in San Francisco, for the purpose of purchasing and forwarding Goods, and by this arrangement we will lx? enabled to wl! Goods .lx i.otr as any Other House IN THE SOUTHERN MINES, FOH O AS II - <i(I(K SALES \NI» SMAbb PROFITS II Call and examine our Stock and Prices before pur chasing elaewhere. Mjanrou. July 4. 1866. altf HEAD’S E X C II A N G E, SAL E S . ASP Llvory statolo, - MAI ,V ;v 7lt R FT. V I RIP 0S A rjIHE PHOPHIKTOR WOULD ANNOUNCE. that in add I X tlno to Ilia former accommodation*. he has leased the stable recently occupied hv M v.vv Ur. mints. and i« prepared to accommodate the* public iu every reaped. HORSES BOUGHT AND SOU). Houses Kept «y the Day, Week, ok Month. lloi'hik to bi t iti no}- Number, Many of which are suitable for I Allies’ use. PARTIES FOR YOSEMITE VALLEY Can be accommodated In every particular. ftl* The Stable* are under the immediate supei»l. mud of the Proprietor, who will spare uo nain* to give satisfaction. Sir These Stables are situated near the Vosemile Hotel, and nearly opposite the Saloon of Hhinienthul A: N'ewconib. JAMES G. READ. Mariposa, September 12, 1*56. altf EL DORADO FANCY DRINKING AM) BILLIARD SALOON. rpilE UNDERSIGNED BEGS LEAVE TO IN- X form his friends and the public generally, that having renewed business at his large and spaclou* S:i loon known ns the “EL DORADO,” he will now be happy to receive the patronage of his old customers. ter THE BAR will always he supplied with the choicest brands of LIQUORS AND CIGARS. LEROY VINING, Proprietor. Mariposa, May 20th, 1867. m2O-tf JJ after Boor Saloon! BUCHENAU & WEBBER Proprietor*. M A RIP OS A. Have the pleasure to inform their numerlus friend* and the public generally, that they have con stantly on hand the freshest of that much admired beverage. XiAGER IJ E BII: Together with a choice assortment of WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS! Ot the Beat Quality. 5uF Coffee and Refroidiinenta aened at all hour*. Thankful fur past favora, they reapectfully aolicit a con tinuance of the name. KUCRkNAU A WEBBER. Mariposa. May 6.1857 »6 Jro jn Kit it itt is nEEHiJtra, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office on Main aired, between Fourth and Fifth, MARIPOSA. altf ALEX. DEERING, NOTARY PUBLIC. Henry G. Worthington, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, office in Fmmmt'a Adebe [lou.e. corner Mainaod Fifth aU allf MARIPOSA. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. a. A. MERRITT ALEX. DEKRINO. aa HI a Atjsoe. ALISO.N & HARRIS, ATTORNEYS AT I-AW. Iff A RIPO S A . Office on Main, between Fopbtii and Fifth Btb. Ettf Nicholas Cleary, ATTORNEY If COUNSELLOR AT LAW. MARIPOSA, CAI- • Office —Kahl aide of Main street, between Fourth and Fifth elreeta. jy23tf R . H . DALY, COUNSELLOR AT LAW. DISTRICT ATTORNEY AND NOTARY PUBLIC; MARIPOSA. Office in the Court House Building, aB-tf R. fi. Hall, ATTORNEY AT LAW, STOCKTON. altf ALFRED F. WASHBURN, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE FOK TOWNSHIP No. J, OFFICF. TV MARIPOSA- altf J. S. WATTS, JUSTICE OFTHE PEACE FOR TOWNSHIP No.S. Office on Mum street, two doors below the post Office, MARIPOSA »ltf Dr. \V. S. Kavanaugli, OiTU K- ON MAIN' STREET, OPPOSITE OR. MURRELL'S HAG I I V.RKAN OAI.TaCKY. MARIPOSA. altf DR, JAMES L. CLARKE, OFFICE —‘PINE TREE HOUSE,” CORNER FIFTH AND MAIN STREETS, MARIPOSA altf DU. THOMAS PAYNE. —At Hr. A. f). Boyce’* Drug-Store, opposite tin- Vofwniite Hotel, M:tripo*a,—where he may be consulted at pH hours. altf COOK A FENNER, COUNSELLORS AT LAW, Parsons Building, No, 140 Clay Street, aSOlf SAN FRANCISCO. JOHN A. LENT, Attorney ami Counsellor at Law, No. 4‘i Montgomery Block, Montgomery street, al if Ban Fk ancisco. E. U. OARPENTIER, COUNSELLOR AT LAW AND NOTAHY PUBLIC, Turner Merchant and Montgomery street*, al tf 3an Francisco. FREDERICK A. SAWYER, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, A VOCAT, ABOGADO, HHKAKIM) FRENCH AND SPANISH. Kxprv** Building. N. E cur. Montgomery and California •t*., a'J't-tf SAX FRANCISCO. NT. Potty, CONSTABLE, TOWNSHIP NO. 1. Particular attention paid to the collection of Accounts, Notes, Ac., jelltf J. B. ISBAIL, DENTIST, MAIN STREET, HORNITOS, Formerly of Philadelphia, (penn.) is pehma nnnlly located in lloruitu*, having a comfortable and convenient Office, at the El Dorado Restaurant, with all the Decennary Instrument* and appliance*. Will do any kind of work that pertain* to the profession of Ilenllatry, in a manner which shall give entire satisfaction, or the money refunded. Artificial Teeth inserted on Gold Plate or on Pivot, a* the case may require. Teeth Plugged with pure Gold, or extracted. Children’*Teeth regulated when neces *arr, and all Diseases of the Gum* treated, the most of which are called scurvy of the gum*. Cure, or no pay. Chloroform administered, it desired. Term* reasonable. Examination free. *ltf DOCTOR RIDDELL, Licentiate of the Royal College of Surgeons, Edin burg; Physician Accoucheur, Dublin, Master in Surgery, and Bachelor of Arts, Andorsonian University. OFFICE AT INDIAN GULCH, (SANTA CRUZ) MARIPOSA COUNTY. THE DOCTOR passed hi* first examination in 1836, and Graduated in 1842 ; during Hie interim being a pupil in Madame Stephen-’ Hospital, Dublin ; Guy’* London, and the Glasgow Royal Infirmary ; practicing since, in Europe Mexico and the United State*, he should be well acquainted with every department of hi* Profession. KIJSCTI lIGItV scientifically applied a* a Medical agent in Paralytic. Nervou*, Rheumatic. Uterine and Syphilitic dis eases' The Ixnnnvß Ci’kkjcnt employed to extract Mercu ry, and other Mineral*, from the system. M, Patient* Boarded at f 8 per week, or vi*lt«d at their residence*, promptly jell 3m NO. 26.