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DAVIS A GODFREY, Editors and Proprietors.
VOL. 1.
Hlariposa fkiMcrat.
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING,
BY C. P. DAVIS and WILLIAM GODFREY,
F.HITOKB AND PHOI'RIKTOKH.
Office on Main Street, East side, below the Plaza.
TERMS:
Per annum, In odvanco fftOO
For «ix month*, in advance 3 00
«n*h* copies... .* '-'5
Advertiaeroenta inaertad at the lowest rales.
very description of I‘lain and Fancy Job Printing
neatly and promptly executed.
p o k t k y.
IlomeNlck.
T have loft the pleasant dwelling
Where my childhood's days were spent,
When my heart with hope was swelling—
Blest abode of sweet content;
Tn the wide world now a ranger;
Lone and wearily 1 roam
’Mid the dwellings of the stranger,
Far away from friends and home.
I have left tliy side, my mother ;
I shall miss thy blessing now ;
I can never find another
Ever good and true jis thou.
I shall miss thy pleasant greeting,
Falling sweetly on my ear;
Oh ! my heart is sadly beating,
For I have no mother here.
1 have left thy fond affection,
Sister ever kind and dear;
Thou must pray that nod’s protection
May support and guide me here ;
T shall oft be lone and wean’.
And sad thoughts will oftimes come ;
Life will seem a waste most dreary,
Spent away from thee and home.
I have left ye all—home—mother—
All that made affection dear ;
Thee, my father, and thee, brother,
Sisters kind and friends sincere ;
And I sometimes fall to dreaming
Of the fond forsaken ties,
And awake with warm tears streaming
From my homeward-turning eyes.
But why weep? For soon returning,
I shall claim my vacant plnee;
Realize ea< h tender yearning ;
< Jnze again on each loved face ;
Then once more, my dearest mother.
Turning like a weary dove,
All my wayward wand’ring* over,
I shall rest beneath thy love.
DIEI.LIKU.
The most atrocious duel of modern times is
one that took place near New Orleans, between
two Frenchmen —Hippolyto Phrouet and Pau
lin Prue. They were placed hack to hack, at
five paces; at a certain signal they turned and
fired—to no effect They then took their sec
ond pistols; hut, Prue grasped his so convul
sively that it went off in the air. Throuct
paused, covering him with his pistol, the by
standers crying, “Don’t fire! For God’s sake
don’t fire! ” Prue stood, bravely and quietly,
fronting his enemy. After a lapse of several
minutes, during which every one present had
been wrought up to a pitch of nervous frenzy,
Throuct, advancing slowly, with a diabolical
laugh, pulled the trigger, and his ball passed
through Prue’s heart.
One of the most foolish duels on record, is
that between two dear friends—Sir 11. Bellas
«s and Tom Porter, as told by gossip Pepys,
which took place in England at Convent Gar
den.
They had no quarrel together, and were only
talking somewhat loudly, when a bystander
asked if they were quarreling?
“ No! ” said Bellases. “ I would have you
know that I never quarrel, but 1 strike; take
that as a rule of minel ”
“Howl” said Tom Porter, “strike? I
would I could see the man in England that
durst give me a blow.” Whereupon his friend
boxed his ears, and the two wofild have fought
on the spot, had they not been prevented.—
However, Tom Porter waited for his friend as
he went by in his coach, and bade him come
out and draw. Sir 11. Bellases obeyed; and,
after a few passes called out to his friend to
fly, for that he was mortally wounded. “ Find
ing himself severely wounded,” says Pepys,
“he called to Tom Porter, and kissed him, and
bade him shift for himself, 1 for,’ says he, ‘ Tom
thou hast hurt me; but I will make shift to
stand on my legs till thou may’st withdraw,
and the world not take notice of thee; for I
would not have thee troubled for what thou
fiast done.’" But Tom was wounded too,
though not mortally. In a few days Sir 11.
Bellases died; 44 a couple of fools that killed
one another out of love,” concludes Pepys.
La garde Valois and Bazanoz were two fa
mous swordsmen of the time of Henry IV, of
France. Bazanez, eager to fight Lagardc,
sent him a hat trimmed with feathers, daring
him to wear it. Lagardc put on the hat, of
course, and went to seek Bazanez. They
fought at once, Lagarde wounding the other
in the head at the first blow, but bending his
sword at the same time. However he ran him
through immediately after, saying: 44 This is
for the hat! ” (again the same stroke) 44 this is
.for the feathers!” (again) 44 this is for the
loop.” All the while complimenting him on
the elegant fit of the bat and its perfect taste.
Bazanez, streaming with blood and furious
with rage, rushed on him desperately, broke
through his guard, and stabbed him no fewer
than fourteen times. Lagarde shrieking for
mercy, while Bazanez yelled, 44 No! no! no!”
at every thrust. Lagarde, prostrate and dy-
HORNITOS, MARIPOSA COUNTY, CALIFORNIA, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 5, 1857.
I ing, yet found sufficient strength to bite off a
! bit of his opponent’s chin and to break his
opponent’s head with the pommel of his sword.
While this revolting butchery was going on
between these’ two scoundrels, the seconds
were fighting in another part of the field, and
one was soon laid dead.
During the same period, one bright example
was afforded by young Dc Reuly, the brave
and noble anti duellist, whom no one could
suspect of cowardice, but who would not fight;
not even when pressed and insulted. Once, a
man, who for no quarrel, but for mere brutal
curiosity wished to make him fight, waylaid
j him with a friend —De Reuly riding alone and
I simply accompanied by a servant. They set
jon him, but the young officer, one of the ex-
I pertest swordsmen of his regiment, disarmed
and wounded them both; then took them
home to his quarters, had their wounds dress
cd, gave them some wine, and dismissed them.
Nor did he ever speak of the transaction after
wards, even to the servant who was with him.
No one insulted De Reuly again.
A certain English gentleman who was a
regular frequenter of the green-room of Dru
ry Lane Theatre in the days of Lord Byron’s
committee, and who always stood quietly on
the hearthrug there, with his hack to the fire,
was in his usual place one night when a nar
rative was related by another gentleman new
ly returned from the continent, of a barrier
duel that had taken place in Paris. A young
Englishman—a mere boy—had been despoiled
in a gaming house in the Palais Royal, had
charged a certain gaming Count with cheating
him, had gone out with the Count, had wasted
his fire, and had been slain by the Count un
der the frightful circumstances of the Count’s
walking up to him, laying his hand on his
i heart, saying, “You arc a brave fellow—have
! you a mother?” and on being answered in
the affirmative, he remarked coolly, “1 am
sorry for her,” and stepping hack, blowod his
victim’s brains out. The gentleman on the
hearthrug paused in taking a pinch of snuff to
; hear this story, and observed with great pla
| cidity, “ I am afraid I must kill that rascal,”
| A few nights elapsed, during which the green-
I room hearthrug was without him, and then he
1 re-appeared precisely ns before, and only inci
j dentally mentioned in the course of the even
i ing, “ Gentlemen —1 killed that rascal! ” He
! had gone over to Paris on purpose, had track -
jed the Count to the same gaming-house, had
! thrown a glass of wine in his face in the pres
i cnco of all the company assembled there, had
i told him that he was come to avenge his young
. compatriot—and had done it by putting the
Count out of this world and coming back to
the hearthrug ns if nothing had bappended.
A Smart Thief. —An intensely laughable
robbery was perpetrated at the Jarrett House,
St. Anthony, on Thursday night, which in
boldness eclipses any similar enterprise of
modern times. Col. 11. Wiltse, hearing some
body knocking around in the hall near his
room at an unseasonable hour, and suspecting
it might be some villain who meant forob him,
rose from his bed, fixed the door of his room
open, got his brace of pistols and prepared
them for “an emergency then sat down on
the bed to wait for the anticipated scamp to
present himself. In this position, he fell asleep 1
—and while enjoying a perpendicular dream
(probably of a robber, writhing with a bullet
in his thorax,) the ungrateful and inconsider
ate vagabond aforesaid walked into the room
through the open door, helped himself to a
new dress coat, two pairs of pantaloons and a
vest, pocketed six dollars and fifty cents in
money, deliberately became an accomplice of
procrastination (the thief of time) by stealing
a valuable gold watch, took the gold studs out
of the shirt of the slumberer, and reluctantly
departed! Mr. W. awoke just in time to find
his “ victim* 1 vamoosed, and himself minus
property to the amount of S2OO or S3OO. In
fact, almost everything in the room had “ gone
off 1 ’ except his faithful pistols, which were
firmly grasped in either hand, ready capped
and cocked I The funny gentleman with the
dark lantern lias not been seen or heard of
since.
lltmuoldt.—Alexander Von Humboldt is
the King of Science, and without a compeer.
His works and achievements are familiar to
all, and will form an imperishable monument
to his unsurpassed fame, through all success
ive generations. Personally, ho is an object
of special attractiveness. His figure is des
cribed as not large, but rather stout —his feet
and hands are small, and of beautiful form.
His silver-white hair surrounds the venerable
head; ho wears on the high, large forehead,
the mark of genius. His eyes are blue, and
notwithstanding his advanced age, are full of
expression and life. His fine-formed lips re
veal a peculiar smile, half sarcastic, half be
nevolent, full of spiritual supremacy. While
speaking, he sits bent forward, with his eyes
cast to the ground ; from time to time he lifts
his head, and with a friendly smile animates
the listener. He is, in the truest sense and
fullest meaning of the word, the best narrator,
and the clearest writer the world knows. An
immense amount of knowledge is always at
his control—facts, names and figures never es
cape his memory.
A lawyer is comparable to a sleepless man ;
he lie* first on one side and then on the other.
" THE UNION AND ITS GOVERNMENT
Picture of the Historian Macaulby.—
There is a common pedestrian of London
streets well known to all who are acquainted
with their notabilities. He is a short, stout,
sturdy, energetic man. He has a big, round
face, and large, staring and very bright hazel
eyes. His hair is cut short, and his hat flung
back on the crown of his head. His gait is
firm and decided, with a little touch of pom
posity. He is ever provided with rii umbrella,
which he swings and flourishes, and batters on
the pavement with mighty thumps. He seems
generally absorbed in exciting and impulsive
thought, the traces of which he takes no pains
to conceal. His face works, his lips move and
mutter, his eyes gleam and flash. Squat as is
his figure, and not particularly fine the features,
there is an unmistakable air of mental power
and energy, approaching to grandeur, about
the man. He is evidently under the influence
of the strong excitement of fiery thought.
People gaze curiously at him, and stop to stare
when he has passed. Hut he heeds no one—
seems, indeed, to have utterl}' forgotten that
he is not alone in his privacy, and pushes on,
unwitting of the many who stare and smile, or
of the few who step respectfully aside, and
look with curiosity and regard upon Thomas
Bahlnpton Macauley.
Occasionally, however, the historian and the
poet gives still freer vent to the mental impul
ses which appear to be continually working
within him. He was lately recognized, dining
in a coffee room of the Trafalgcr Hotel, at
Greenwich—a fashionable white bait house,
which, it appears, he frequently patronizes.
He was alone, as he generally is, and the atten
tion of more than one of the company was
attracted by his peculiar muttering and fidget
iness, and by the mute gestures with which he
ever and anon illustrated his mental drearnings.
All at once—it must have been towards the
climax of the prose or verse which he was
working up in his mind, Mr. Macauley seized
a massive decanter, held it a moment suspend
ed in the air, and then dashed it down upon
the table with such hearty good will, that the
solid crystal flew about in fragments, while the
numerous parlies dining round instinctively
started up and stared at the curious iconoclast
Not a whit put about, however, Mr. Macauley,
who was well known to the waiters, called
loudly for his bill to he made out at the bar,
and then, pulling, with a couple of jerks, his
hat and his umbrella, from the stand, clapped
the one carlessly on his head, and strode out
flourishing the other. Such is the man who
has lately been created a Baron of England.
A Heroine. —Miss Maria Albertson until a
few weeks since had been earning her living
by working in a cotton factory at Lowell, but
wishing to see more of life, she came to this
city for the purpose of taking a sea voyage.
She shortly engaged herself as stewardess on
board a schooner plying between Boston and
New York. On the first trip she was badly
treated, and left the schooner at New York.
She made friends with the captain of a vessel
that lay at the same pier with the schooner,
and he agreed to provide funds for her to go to
Lowell. Until her departure, it was arranged
that she should stay with the captain’s aunt,
and she was accordingly taken to a den of
infamy in Leonard street, where the captain
left her, saying he would come in again. She
soon learned the nature of the trap that had 1
been prepared for her, and determined to foil
her soi-diaant friend and his “aunt.” She
attempted to leave the house, hut was prevent
ed, and was shown to a room which proved to
be provided with a secret pannel door. Barri
cading the pannel and the door with the fur
niture, the betrayed girl passed a sleepless
night, and in the morning escaped from the
house and stated her case to the police. Funds
were furnished her, and on Wednesday she
started for home. The above facts are con
densed from the New York Tribune.
More Earthquakes.— Last Monday night,
says the San Francisco Spirit of the Times,
of the 24th ult., several severe shocks of earth
quake were experienced in this city. The
first occurred at precisely fifteen minutes and
thirty seconds past six o’clock in the evening,
another soon after midnight, and still another a
few minutes past one o’clock. The shock about
one o’clock was, in our estimation, the strong
est, and in numerous instances, people ran
from their dwellings in dire alarm, and not
particularly choice in their habiliments. It
was not, however, repeated after the third
shock, and our citizens were allowed to repose
quietly until daylight. In one or two instan
ces rents were made in the walls of brick
buildings, giving real cause for alarm to the
occupants, who, we learn, have determined to
remove without delay. The Digger Indians
have a tradition that their ancestry were de
stroyed in immense numbers many years ago
by an earthquake which took place in the vi
cinity of San Francisco, since which the tribes
have avoided the sea coast. They state, in
ad lition, that the formation of the bay was
then different from what it now is. Many of
the older Californians state that their one sto
ry adobe buildings have been thrown to the
ground by earthquakes in years long past.—
There is no doubt but'this section of the coun
try is subject to earthquakes, but a learned
professor of natural sciences suggests to us
that no apprehension need be felt of any ter
rible disaster to ho occasioned thereby.
MILLERTON & VISALIA ADVERTISERS.
TTio Oak. Hotel,
MILLERTON, FRESNO COUNTY.
McRAE & RIVERCOMB - - Proprietors.
Tins commodious house is kitted up and fi r
niahed in n superior style, for tli»* accommodation of
jjermancnt ami transient customers. Tin* traveling com
inanity can rely on receiving every attention and comfort
that the country affords.
Permanent boarders will find hen* every accominflation
pertaining to a well regulated hoarding house, and no pains
spared to pleaae.
T li e Table,.,.
Will Ik* spread with all the luxuries and delicacies of the
season, ami served up in a manner to milt the taste of the
most fastidious epicure.
....The 8ar....
Will at all times lie supplied with the
BEST WINKS, LIQITOHB A CIGARH,
that can he had in the city of San Francisco
In the Saloon will he found
Two Splendid Hilliard Tables,
of superior style and manufacture
tSuA STABLE IS ATTACHED TO THIS HOUSE, AND
has accommodations for transient custom, as well as team
sters. The stable will always lie supplied with the very
heat of feed.
THE FEIIHY BOAT.
THE PROPRIETOItS have a Staunch FERRY BOAT, ini
mediately opposite the Hotel, which is capable of ciossmg
the heaviest laded wagons, and will tie attended with
promptness at all hours of the da v and night,
jy ir.tr M« RaE k KIVBBCObfB.
THE EAGLE HOTEL,
Visalia, Tulare County.
RAGGIO, BOUROUGII A Co., I’kophibtok*.
FfMIF. HUiPKIETOKS HAVE TIIK HONOR To ANNoI NCF
X to the eitirens of Tulare County, and the traveling pub
lie generally, that they have opened a bowse for their ar
commodali'di at Visalia, where they will he happy to re
reive their friends and customers. Their house is a com
modious brick two storiw* high, and will be kept in a style
unsurpassed this side of San Fram lsco.
THE TABLE
Will la* supplied with the best the market affords. Fish and
Game in season, which will always In- served up in an axpe
rlenced manner, ami our Beef, Poultry, Ac cannot be sur
passed.
THE MAR
Will lie kept in a superior style, and constantly supplied
with the
CHOICEST WINES. LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
.... At Inched to the house are ....
Two Splendid Billiard Tables
.... of Eastern Manufacture ....
gs. A Weekly Line of Stages runs tie I ween this place and
Horoitos. c,i inner ting with Mocktou Sacramento nod Sono
ra, and all the Southern Mines, Pa>-engers can rely on. at
all times, being conveyed to their destination with prompt
ness and despatch
AN EXCELLENT STABLE
is attached to the Motel, where animals are fed with Barley
or Hav at the option of the owner.
Jylillf RAGGIO, BURROI Gil Ac CO.
HOWLING SALOON,
Visalia, Tulare County.
L.’ R KETCH AM, .... Proprietor.
The PROPRIETOR HAS AT CONSIDER API K EXPENSE,
erected a Bowling Alley in the town of Visalia, where
the lovers of this healthful exercise can at all limes he ac
commodated. His BAR is supplied with the choicest
IClito, lAqnom nn«l Cigars.
He will endeavor by strict attention to the wants of his
customers to merit their patronage. jylfitf
SPRING VALLEY RANCH,
ON TIIK KOAI) KiloV| HOBNITOB TO MILLKKTOK.
ARNOLD & SONS Proprietors.
This ranch has fine accommodations for trav
elers and Teamsters, and is located on the main road
leading from llorniloe to Uillcrton ; 17 miles from Mclier
inout’s Ranch. 4 miles from Fresno River. H miles from
Cruikshnnk'a Ranch and 1H miles from Millerton.
SPL.KNDID SPUINO WATER,
always pure and cold, to satisfy the thirsty.
GOOD GRAZING RANGES, and plenty of Feed of the
be*t quality.
The proprietors solicits the patronage of the traveling
community. jylfitf
STOCKTON BUSINESS CARDS.
JOSEPH 1). PETERS,
FREIGHTER AND FORWARDER,
STOCKTON. CALIFORNIA.
Particular attention paid to receiving Merchandise from
steamboats and sailing vessels, and forwarding w ithdispach,
and at the lowest rates of freight, without extra charge of
commission or otherwise.
fg- Office in rttarbucU’s Brick Building on the Levee,
corner of Commerce street, directly opposite the Steamboat
landing.
Orders accompanied with the cash, will receive prompt
Attention. aI.VSm
s. ST A BBUOK,
(ieneral Communion and Forwarding Merchant,
DKAI.KH IN FLOUR, BARLEY, AC.
Corner Commerce street and I/?vee. Stockton, California.
KjT Particular attention paid to receiving Goods from
steamers, and forwarding same to all parts of the Southern
Mines at lowest rates ol freight.
N. B—B to reage ip his Fire-Proof Building, when required,
free of charge. Good references given, if required. al& 8m
F. W. ROLL,
Forwarding and Commmion Merchant,
Fire-Proof Brick Building, directly opposite Steamboat land
ing, Mocktou, California.
Rrt" Particular attention paid to receiving and forwarding
Merchandise from steamboats ami sailing vessels, with dis
patch, and at the lowest rates of height. alfi 8m
Finn AM)
V STORE.
K EELER & CO. announce that they have just o|iened
ou the Lovee, next door to the Shades Saloon, Stockton,
A NEW FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY STORE,
When* they an* prepared to
KILL ALL ORDERS IN THEIR LINK,
At Wholesale or Retail, at rales to suit the times. Their
arrangements sre complete lor receiving constant supplies
of the most choice articles.
firt* orders from the country promptly and satisfactorily
attended to. KEELER Jt CO.,
rnii dm Next door to the Shades Saloon, Stockton
TERMS; FIVE DOLLARS FER AHHDM, IH ADVAHCB
MARIPOSA BUSINESS HOUSES.
TO THE PUBLIC.
VOUR ATTENTION 18 VAHTUTI.AKIY RKqrFSTFJ)
TO TDI
PRESENT PRICES OF GOODS,
NOW SELLING BY
SULLIVAN & CO.
MAIN STREKT, MARIPOSA.
WE HAVE RECENTLY' OPENED A BRANCH
of our House in SAN FRANCISCO, through which
we now receive our fuipplies direct from
NEW YORK AND BOSTON.
By thin arrangement we are enabled to well you Goods
Jit San Francisco Costt
Freight added. We would respectfully solicit you to
give u* a call,and examine our STOCK and PRICES,
previous to purchasing elsewhere, ns we are determined
to Hell (FOR CASH) LOWER THAN ANY' OTHER
HOUSE IN THIS SECTION OF COUNTRY.
P. S . . . All orders entrusted to ns will be promptly
attended to, and weights and measures guarantied
correct.
THE SAME ADVANTAGES ARE TO BE
HAD AT OUR STORE AT
Ooultervllle,
nltf MAXW'EM.’R CREEK.
C. F. MacDF-RMoT C. HERRINS D BRIEN.
Main Htrcet, Mariposa,
AJID
SAXTON’S CREEK,
Have recently associated together as a Trading Firm,
under the name of
M A DEHMOT & CO.
vok tiik mposi or condtctiko a
Wholesale and Retail Business
I sr
GROCERIES AMI PROVISIONS;
Superior Old Wines and Liqnors,
Of the Choicest Brands ;
HAVANA AND AMERICAN CIGARS;
Ct othine, I too I m and Shoes :
DUCKS, DRILLS AND BLANKETS;
Mining; Tools* Etc.
.... ANI» A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF ....
HARDWARE.
We would respectfully inform our Friend* and
he Public that one or the firm will remain constantly
in San Franclaco, for the pnr)>ose of purchasing and
forwarding Good-*, and by thin arrangement we will
lie enabled to sell Goods
•is f,oir as any Other House
IN THE SOUTHERN MINES,
FOn CASH.
QUICK SALES AM) SMALL PROFITS II
Call and examine our Stock and Prices Itefore pur
chasing elsewhere.
Mahiuim.*. July 4. 1860. »Hf
FURNITURE
AND BEDDING.
MARIPOSA.
CHARLES STURCKE
nrWOULD INFORM IMS FRIENDS AND THE
Public that ho has Removed his Manufactory as aliove
of Furniture and Bedding, to a spacious place, nearly
opposite the Pool ( >llice, Mariposa, where he is now pre
pared to sell and Manufneture to order nnv article in
his 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 CHAIRS;
ROCKING CHAIRS;
NURSE CHAIRS;
BEDSTEADS;
BUREAUS;
WASH STANDS:
TABLES, ETC., ETC.
With a great variety of other Aitides in his line,
too numerous to mention.
AH Article* that leave his Store are warranted to be
what they are sold for, or no sale. altf
MA C HINE SHOP
FOUNDRY,
BULLION STREET,
Immediately in thr Rear of Ctuhman't Sew Store.
MU N HASKEIJ., MACHINIST. HAVING IDS MA
chine Shop and Foundry now in complete working or
der, would respectfully inform hia friend* and the public
generally, that he is now prepared to do all kind* of Cast
inga to order, and will superintend in person the Making and
Repairing of every description of Machinery in general use
in the county. He is prepared to make Castings ol 1600 lbs.
weight, and will warrant all of his work strong and perfect.
If required, he will visit places requiring work done on Boil
ers or Engines. altf
BtW“ IlflJ.lAßn BAIJiS REPAIRED. and made perfectly
round and true. Also—Balls for Hondo turned.
MARIPOSA BAKERY,
DY O. MEYBH dt> GO.
MAIN STREET, BETWEEN FIFTH AND SIXTH. MARIPOSA.
THE PROPRIETOR OF THE MARIPOSA
BAKERY is always ready to HUpnh Families with
good, wholesome BREAD; also, PIES and CAKES,
at LIVING PRICKS.
Mariposa July H. IKSO altf
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
8. A. MKKKITT ALRI. DEKRINU.
jfir.nntTT * uEEniA'o,
A TTOKNEYS AT LAW.
Office on Main street, between Fourth and t ilth,
MARIPOSA. altf
ALEX. DEERING, NOTARY PUBLIC.
Henry G. Worthington,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW.
Office in Fremont’* Adobe House. comer Mainnnd Fifth sts.
altf MARIPOSA.
HAUL. B. A MHO* n. M. BARKIS.
ALISON A. HARRIS,
A TTORNEYS A T LAW,
NA KIPOSA.
Office on Main, between Fchktii and Fifth Btn.
•it'
Nicholas Cleary,
ATTORNEY tf COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
MARIPOSA, CAL.
drone—East side of Main street, between Fourth and Klfth
streets. jj‘23tf
R . H . DALY,
COUNSELLOR AT LAW;
DISTRICT ATTORNEY AND NOTARY PUBLIC;
MARIPOSA.
Office in the Court llon.se Building. aS-tf
u. n. nun,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
STOCKTON. altf
ALFRED F. WASHBURN,
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE FOE TOWNSHIP No. 3,
OFFICE IN MARIPOSA. «UI
Dr. W. S. Kavanangli.
OFFICE —ON MAIN STRUCT, OPPOSITE HR. HCBBEIJ.’S
DAOCEHKEAN OAU.EHY. MARIPOSA. «1 tf
DR. JAMES L. CLARKE.
OFFla:— “PINE TREE lIOCS*," CORNER FICTII AND
MAIN STREETS, MARIPOSA. altf
COOK i FENNER,
COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
Parsons Building, No. 140 Clay Street,
a'2!t-lf SAN FRANCISCO.
FREDERICK A. SAWYER,
Attorney and Covmellor at Law,
AVOCAT, ABOGADO,
PPEAKINO FRKNCn AND SPANISH.
Express Building, X. K cor. Montgomery and California sta.,
■29-tf SAN’ FRANCISCO.
IN*. Potty,
CONSTABLE, TOWNSHIP NO. 1.
Particular attention paid to the collection of
Account*. Notes, Ac., jelltf
Dr. H. J. PAINK,-DENTIST,
H ORNI T O S .
I AT* OK TIIF FIRM OF PAINT A BEERS. Dentist*. Saa
j Francisco, is now permanently Wateil at Hornitos,
where he will Ik* happy to attend in calls in his profession.
lln v inr had an extensive practice fur seventeen years, he
feels warranted in saying lo all t’.oae wishing Mental opera*
tlon* performed, or Artilicinl Teeth inserted, on flue gold
plate, that his work cannot l»e excelled in the I’nited Stales.
Terms, moderate. Consultations, free.
N. ll.—hr. I*, will make occasional visit* to the neigh
boring towns, where he will attend persons at their residen
ces, upon application, either by letter oi otherwise, oltf
J. B. ISBAIL.
DENT IST,
MAIN STREET. HORNITOS,
I FORMERLY OF PHILADELPHIA. (PENN.) IS PEKMA
-1 ntntly located In Mornitos, having a comfortable an<l
convenient Office, at the Kl Dorado Restaurant, with all
the necessary Inslrunienta and appliances. Will do any
kiml of work that pertains to the profession of Dentistry, in.
a manner which shall give entire satisfaction, or the money
refunded. Artificial Teeth Inserted on (fold Plate or on
Pivot, as the case may require. Teeth Plugged with pure
(•old, or extracted. Children's Teeth regulated when neces
sarv, and all Diseases of the Gums treated, the most of
which are called scurvy of the gums. Cure, or no pay.
Chloroform administered, if desired. Terms reasonable.
Examination free. altf
SICrNH! SIGNS!! SIGNS!!!
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
Parted to Oruku
With Despatch aid on Reasonable Term*.
Hk#~ Orders left at the office at the Mauipora Democrat,
Hornitos, will be promptly attended to.
“RIfIIARPHOM.”
LaCka.vgk. Aug. 18, 1867. aug2o-3ro
PLAZA DRUG STORE,
HORNITOS.
DR. A. D. BOYCE,
0T HAS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A FI LL ASSORT
ment of Fresh Drugs and Medicines, as well as nil the
American. Knglish and French Chemicals In common use.
also, Shaker’* Herbs, Root*, myl extracts ; Family Medi
clues, all the best kiml of Pills, Sarsaparilla*, Ointments,
Salves, and in fact EVERY THING that could be expected
to be found in a well stocked Drug Store. jelltf
SIGN PAINTING.
ORNAMENTAL SIGNS AND GENERAL LETTERING,
in a superior manner, and according to the latest
styles, executed with neatness and dispatch, and at reason
able rates. CT.AVKAII.
(kid Fellows' Hall Mariposa, April 7th. 1867 a 8 tf
NO. 31.

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