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DAVIS 4 GODFREY, Editors and Proprietors.
VOL. 1.
Hlarijosa ilcmocrat,
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING,
BY C. P. DAVIS and WILLIAM GODFREY,
KDITOKS AND PROI’KIKTOKS.
Office on High it, East side, below the Hew Plaza.
TERMBi
T*er Himirm. in advanc«* 9ft 00
Tor nix numthn. in advauce 3 00
Singlecopiea...
Advertlawnonta hiwrtod nt tin* lowent ral«*s.
■*#“ Every description of Plain and Fancy Job I'rißting
Realty and promptly executed.
POUTSv.
I AM NOT HOHKY THAT I LOVED.
Ah, had I known false Eva's tongue.
When first she feigned and flirted,
Jn syren strains alluring sung.
My fate had been averted!
Hut,. s’ct, forlorn, deceived, deserted,
I love tliee still that thou luist proved
That s«»ul of love I once inserted;
I am not sorry that I loved.
That tend’rest feeling,
Truth revealing:
I am not sorry that I loved.
Tho* years of joy and care have passed
Since that hour we smiled so dearly,
I do not weep that ‘twas the lust,
But sigh in said complaisance merely.
False girl! ah, we had loved sincerely.
At least, niethonght so, ere I roved ;
Hut tho* I loved too late- too early!
J am not sorry that 1 loved.
Tho’ such sad trilling
My heart rifling—
I am not sorry that 1 loved!
False Eva! had'st thon ever guessed,
How truly could 1 love thee ever,
Thy fickle heart would'st never jest,
Nor scorn affection's homage- never!
Hut ah! altho* thon fair deceiver!
Thy heart's not e'en to pity moved ;
Tho' thou and I for aye must sever—
I am not sorry that 1 loved!
Tho' Jilted, thwarted—
ken-hearted,
I am not sorry that I loved!
Death of the Apostles.— St. Matthew is
supposed to have suffered martyrdom, or was |
put to death hy the sword at a city in Ethio
pia. St. Mark was dragged through the streets i
of Alexandria, in Egypt, till he expired. St.
John was put into a cauldron of boiling oil at ,
Rome, and escaped death. He afterwards
died natural death at Ephesus, in Asia. St.
James the Great was beheaded at Jerusalem. '
St. James was thrown from a pinnacle or wing .
•of the temple, and then beaten to death with a 1
fuller’s club. St. Philip was hanged up against
a pillar at Hieropolis, a city of Phyrgia. St.
{Bartholomew was flayed alive by command of I
; a barbarous king. St. Andrew was bound to ;
cross, whence be preached to the people till ,
he expired. St. Thomas was run through the
body with a lance, near Malipan, in the East |
Indies. St. Jude was shut to death with ar- j
rows. St. Simeon Zelotes was crucified in
Persia. St. Matthias was first stoned and then
beheaded.
Tit foe tat. —A couple of Yankee girls put
a bullfrog in tho hired man’s bed, to see if
they could’nt get him to talk. Daniel threw
the frog out of the window, and never said a
word. Soon after, he put about a peck of
chesnut burs in the girls’ bed, and about tho
time he thought they would make the least
shadow, Daniel went to the door and rattled
the latch furiously. Out went the candle, and
into bed went the girls; but they did’nt stick,
though the burs did. Culling to them, he
begged them to lie quiet, for he only wanted to |
know if they had “ seen anything of that pesky
bullfrog. He’d gin tew' dollars to find it.”
Scene in a School Room. — “ Jem,” said the
master, “ you were not at school yesterday.”
“ No, sir; here’s’sense mother sentat the
same time holding out a slip of paper, on
which were written the following seemingly j
Egyptian hieroglyphics:
“ crjtl atumf to go a taterin%."
M Well, Jem,” said the master, after exam
ining it for some time, “ what did you do yes
terday ?”
“ Dug taters!”
•“ Oh, yes! Kept at home to go a potatoing!"
Decapitation. —An Irishman addicted to
telling strange stories, said he saw a man be
headed with his hands tied behind him, who
directly picked up his head and put it on his
shoulders in the right place.
“ Ha, ha, ha?” laughed a bystander, “how
could he pick up his head when his hand were
tied behind him!”
“ And sure, what a fool ye are !” said Pat,
an’ could’nt ho pick it up wid his teeth ?
To ould Nick wid yer botheration!”
Philosophical Indifference.-.- Like the
generality of kings and conquerors, Frederic
the Great had a most philosophic indifference
to death—in others. In one of his battles a
battalion of veterans having taken to their
, heels, he galloped after them, bawling out,
** Why do you run away, you old blackguards ?
po you want to live forever?”
Wittv Wisdom. —Quaint old Fuller says:—
“ Let him who expects one class of society to
prosper in the highest degree, while the other
is in distress, try whether one side of his face
(.an smile whije the other is pinched.”
HORNITOS, MARIPOSA COUNTY, CALIFORNIA, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 19, 1857.
Booth I lit - Ti-ngi'illau nml the Lui-il'n Prayer.
Booth and several friends had -been invited
to dine with an old gentleman in Baltimore, of
distinguished kindness, urbanity and piety.
The host, though disapproving of theatres and
theatre-going, had heard so much of Booth's
remarkable powers, that curiosity, to see the
man had in this instance, overcame all his pre
judices. After the entertainment was over,
lamps lighted, and the company reseated in
the drawing-room, some one requested Booth
as a particular favor, and one which all pres
ent would doubtless appreciate, to read the
Lord’s prayer. Booth expressed his willing
ness to afford them this gratification, and all
eyes were turned expectantly upon his.
Booth rose slowly and fervently from his
chair. It was wonderful to watch the play of
emotions that convulsed his countenance. He
became deadly pale, and his eyes turned
tremblingly upward, were wot with tears. As
yet lie bad not spoken. The silence could be 1
felt. It became absolutely painful, until at
last the spell was broken, as if by an electric
shock, as a rich toned voice, from white lips
syllabled forth, “Our Father who art in lleav-,
en,” Ac., with a pathos and solemnity that
thrilled all hearts.
He finished. The silence continued. Not!
a voice was heard, or a muscle moved in his,
wrapt audience, until from a remote corner of
the room, a subdued sob was heard, and the
old gentleman, their boat, stepped forward with
streaming eyes and tottering frame, and seized
Booth by the hand.
“Sir,” said he, in broken accents, “you 1
have afforded me a pleasure for which my
whole future life will feci grateful. lam an
old man, and every day from my boyhood to j
the present time, 1 thought I had repeated the
Lord’s Prayer, hut I have never heard it be
fore—never.”
“You are right,” replied Booth, “to read
that prayer as it should be read, has caused
me the severest study and labor for thirty
years, and 1 am far from being yet satisfied
w ith rny reading of that wonderful production.
Hardly one in ten thousand comprehends how
much beauty, tenderness and grandeur can he
condensed into a space as small, and in words
so simple. The prayer of itself sufficiently
illustrates the truth of the Bible, and stamps
upon it the seal of dignity.”
So great was the effect produced, (says my
informant, who was present,) that conversation
was sustained hut a short time longer in sub
dued monosyllables, and almost entirely cens
ed, and soon after the company broke up, and
retired to their several homes with uad faces,
and full hearts.
Had too much Fa mi.—Faith is a good qual
ity ; hut there is such a thing as having “ too
much” of it, as the following humorous sketch, j
which we take from an exchange, will show :
One winter evening, when the colored
preacher was in the midst of his sermon, mak
ing a most violent, if not a most eloquent ap
peal to his hearers, one of the legs of the
stove, which had been loosened in some way,
fell out, and as a natural consequence, the red
hot stove tipped over at an angle alarmingly
suggestive of tire. The audience of course
commenced crowding out of the door like a
flock of black sheep. But the preacher was
equal to the occasion. Addressing one of his
prominent members, he cried out:
“ Pick up de stobe, brudder Bolah ! pick up
destobc! I)e Lor’ won’t let it burn you I
Only hah faith 1”
Poor brother Boler had unfortunately too
much faith, and immediately seized it, all glow
ing as it was; hut no sooner had his fingers
come in contact with the fervent iron, than he
dropped it again, and dancing around on one
foot blowing his skinless fingers, he exclaimed
with all the energy which he could throw into
his voice:
“De h—l he won’t!—do h—l he won’t}”
and danced out of the house with a “ big dis
gust.”
A Guano Yarn. — A Yankee lad, whose
father was a farmer, went Into the barnyard
to play, a short time ago, and being detained
a prisoner by a thunder storm, he fell asleep
on a hag of guano. The old gentleman, whon
the storm was over, went into the barnyard
to look after his son, and met a giant eight feet
high coming out of the barn.
“Hallo! who are you?” he cried; “what
are you doing here ?”
“Why, father,” squeaked the Goliah, “it’s
me ; don’t you know Tommy?”
j “You!” the astonished parent exclaimed,
“ why, Tommy, how on earth did you get
stretched out so long in so short a time ?”
“Why, father,” replied the hoy, looking
, down upon the gaping old man, “ I slept on
those hags of guano ns you put in the barn,
and that and the lightning together has done
the business.”
Wo don't vouch for the truth of this story.
How Adam got out of Eden.— “ Julius, can
you tell me how Adam got out oh Ed on ?”
“Well, I ’spose he climbed de fence.”
I “ No, dat ain’t it.”
“Well, den, I ’sposo ho borrowed a wheel
barrow and walked out”
“ No, dot ain’t it too.”
“ I guhs it up, den, old Snow-ball.”
j “He got f naked oqt. Yah, yah! "
" THE UNION AND ITS GOVERNMENT.”
Tub Dignity of Prayer.— Consider the
dignity of (his, to he admitted into so near
converse with the Highest Majesty. Were
there nothing to follow, no answer at all,
prayer pays itself in the excellence of its na
ture and sweetness that the soul finds in it.
Poor fallen man, to be admitted into Heaven
while he is on earth, and there to come and
speak his mind freely to the Lord of Hea
ven and earth, as his friend, as his father I —to
empty all his complaints into his bosom, tore
fresh his soul in his God, wearied with the fol
lies and miseries of the world. Where there
is anything of His love, this is a privilege of
the highest sweetness, for they that love find
much delight to discourse together, and count
all hours short, and think the day runs too
fast that is so spent. And they that are much
in this exercise the Lord does impart his se
crets much to them.
To Parents. —Do all iuyuur power to teach
your children self government. If a child is
passionate, teach him, by gentle means to curb
his temper. If he is greedy, cultivate lihoral
, ity in him. If he is sulky, charm him out of
it by frank good humor. If indolent, accus
tom him to exertion, and train him so as to
perform even onerous duties with alacrity. If
1 pride comes in to make obedience reluctant,
subdue him by counsel or discipline. In
short, give your children the habit of overcom
ing their besetting sins.
Solvent or Gold. —A wag of the hoard of
examiners at Apothecaries’ Hall, asked an ap
plicant for its diploma, what government meas
ure was like nitro-inuriatic acid? The candi
j date could not answer the question—gave it
| up. The examiner said : “Why, the divorce
| hill, to he sure, because it will dissolve a wed
| ding ring.” The postulant went into convul
i sions of laughter.
A Chance for the Ladies. —A friend says
, that any good-looking young lady can have
i him by applying soon, provided she can sup
port him in the style to which he has been ac-1
1 customed—three meals a day, a plug of tohac- 1
co per week, and a clean shirt for Sunday. |
I We hope they won’t all speak at once; it 1
might embarrass the young man.
The naughty man. —An ill-humored wife, I
abusing her husband, told him that if she was 1
dead he would marry the d—l’s eldest daugh
ter, if he could get anything by it “ That is
true,” replied the husband, “hut the worst of
! it is, I cannot marry two sisters.”
I m
A Lover. —A lover is one who lives on sen
timent and moonlight, who dislikes advice and
salt pork, and supposes that all that’s required
| to convert this world into a paradise, is a six
-1 keyed flute and a pair of light blue eyes.
nr a grocer having mentioned to one of'
his lady customers that the submarine tele
graph was broken, she replied, that if in their
next attempt they should grease the cable
with some of his strong butter, which she
had been using for some time, she thought it
would impart strength to it. The grocer
smiled out of compliment, hut didn’t sec the
point of the joke.
You and I are much alike,” said a
beggar to a banker. “How so?” We both
contrive to live on the labor of others.” “ But
I carry on a lawful business for a living,” said
the bunker. “So do 1,” said the beggar; but
there is this difference—l get the property of
others with their consent —you get their prop
erty without their consent.”
yr One of the sex writes, rather spicily, !
that “ though a few American ladies live in
idleness, the majority as yet work themselves
into early graves—giving the men an opportu
nity to try two or three in the course of their
own vigorous lives.”
nr' ’hero arc two kinds of bores in this |
world —the rich and the poor. You can get
rid of the latter by lending him five dollars.
You can free yourself of the other by attempt
ing to borrow twenty-five dollars from him.
Try it on.
nr When cats wash their faces, bad
weather is at hand—so says the old supersti
tion. When ladies use washes for their com
plexion, it is a true sign that the beauty of
their day has gone by—no superstition (bar.
nr It is a curious fact that the first terri
torial Legislature of Alabama, the upper
branch of that body, or the Senate, was com
posed of one member; James Titus sat alone
in the chamber, and decided upon the acts of
the lower house.
1-rTA young lady, fond of dancing, traver
ses, in the course of a single season, about four
hundred miles. Yet no Jady would think of
walking that distance in six months.
nr The Arabs have a good proverb on
what is called the “ lucky man.” They say,
“ fling him in the Nile, and he will come up
with a fish in his mouth.”
tST A wealthy printer has been discovered
in India. The British Zoological Society are
making preparations to catch him.
nr a man once declined fighting a duel,
on the plea that he did not want to leave his
mother an orphan.”
nr Punch thinks experience, like time,
“ puts a {pan j to tpany a wrinkle.”
MILLERTON & VISALIA ADVERTISERS.
WM. GOVERN EUR MORRIS,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
ComnMosm row th« Uxrnai States Cocrr or Cianw,
AND NOTARY PUBLIC, VISALIA, TULARE CO.
Will practice in the Courts of Maiiposg, Merced, Fresno
and Tulare. Particular attention given to the collection of
claima, obtaining of Bounty Ijuml Warrants, pay and extra
pay of Seamen and Soldiers’ Pensions, Arc. Case* attended
to in the C ourt «.l ('lamia at Washington. Ireeds, Mur(gages,
leases, etc.. earefully drawn. lands located and prei-mp
tloiiN secured. School land Warrant" bought and sold.
N R—Mm Moiikis offers hi" services to the citizen" ot
Tulare County, to obtain for them the appropriation made
by the Legislature of 1817, to which they are entitled for
nervine* rendered in the "Uppreaaion of Indian hostilities
Application -hould la* made at once, a-* the War Commission*
before whom the claims are to bo proved, will soon term!
ante Its sessions oSßtf
Tho Oals. Hotel,
MILLERTON, FRESNO COUNTY.
McRAE & RIVERCOMB - - Proprietors.
This commodious house is fitted up and n k
nished in a superior style, lor the accoininodalinn of
|S‘rmanent and transient customer*. The traveling com
munity ran ndy on receiving every attention aud comfort
tiiat the country affords.
Permanent Ixiarder* will Und here every accommodation
pertaining to a well regulated boarding house, and no pains
"pared to please.
The Table
Will lie spread with all the luxuries and delicacies of the
season, and served up in a manner to suit the taste of the
moat fastidious epicure.
...The II a r ....
Will at all times he Hiipplied with the
BKKT WINKS, LIQUORS * (MOABB,
that ran be had in the city of San Francisco
In the Saloon will be found
Two Spleiidlil Billiard Tables,
of superior style ami manufacture
•A.A STABLE IS ATTACHED TO THIS HOUSE, AND
ha» accommodations for transient custom as well *« team
«ters. The stable will always tie supplied with the very
best of feed.
Tll E F E KRY BOAT.
THE PROPRIETORS have a Staunch FERRY BOAT. «m
mediately opposite the HoUd, which is ra|>alile of crossing
the heaviest laded wng»si«. and will Is- attended with
promptness at all hours of the day and night.
Jylfitf M.RaE A RIVKBft)Mn.
THE EAGLE HOTEL,
VlHiilla, Tulare County.
KAGGIO, BURROUGH A Co., Proprietor*.
r pilF. PROPRIETORS HAVE THE HONOR TO ANNOUNCE
J. to the citizens of Tulare County, and the traveling pub
lie generally, that liter have opened a house for their Ac
coiumodation at Visalia, where they will Ik* happy to re
celre tlteir friends and customers. Their house Is a com
iit'slious brick two sloriv* high, and will ha kept in a style
unsurpassed this side of San Francisco.
THE TABLE
Will be supplied with the »*•*( the market affords. Fish and
Came in season, which will always Is* served up in an axpe
rienced manner, ami our Beef, Poultry, lie., cannot he aur
passed.
THE BAR
Will he kept In a superior style, ami constantly supplied
with the
CHOICKHT WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
.... Attached to the house are..,.
Two Splendid Billiard Tables
.... of Eastern Manufacture ....
Weekly Line of Stages run* between this place and
Ilornitos. connecting with Stockton, Sacramento and Bonn
ra. ami all the Southern Mines Passengers can rely on, at
all limes, being conveyed to their destination with prompt
ness and despatch.
AN EXCELLENT STABLE
is attached to the Hotel, where animals are fed with Barley
or I lav at the option of (he owner,
jylrttf RAUDIO, BURROUUII k UO.
BOWLING SALOON,
Vlaalln, Tulare County.
L. R. KETCH AM, .... Proprietor.
The proprietor has, at considerable expense,
erected a Howling Aliev in the town of Visalia, where
the lovers of this healthful exercise can at all times be ac
commodated. His IIAR is supplied with the choicest
H'lnm, MAquom and Ofnr*.
He will endeavor hv strict attention tu the wants of his
customers to merit their patronage. jylfltf
SPRING VALLEY RANCH,
ON THE HOAD FROM lIOKNITOM TO MIU.KRTON.
ARNOLD & SONS Proprietors.
rpms RANCH HAS KINK AIXT)MMODATIONH FOR TRAY
X cl*rs ami Teamster*, and is located on t|»‘* main road
leading from Honiilos to Millerton ; 17 miles from McDer
mont's Ranch, 4 miles from Fresno River. 8 miles from
Crulkshauk's Ranch and 18 miles from Millerton.
SEEKNUID BPKINO WATEK,
always pure anil cold, to satisfy the thirsty.
GOOD GRAZING RANGfe*, and plenty of Feed of the
best quality.
The proprietors solicits the patronage of the traveling
community. jylOlf
MICHAEL PHELAN’S
I M PROVED
Billiard Tntolos
AND CUSHIONS,
1 PATENTED FEBRUARY IWth, 18M. THI*E TAHI IS
combine the nicest. mathematical accuracy of work
mamdiip with elegance of (le.dgu, and possess all the ninth (
ties that are esteemed by scientific players. The Cushions
are of superior correct ness, and are lower than any others (
made, and so constructed as to prevent all jumping of the
balls. All articles connected with Hilliard* at tho lowest
cash prices.
.Just Published.‘ THE GAME OF HILLTARI*.” by Mi
chael Phelan—Price, 81 50. M. K. IH UHEB,
oj*t) 180 Jackson street, Sole Agent. I
PHELAN’S CUSHIONS.
The undersigned wishes to inform the public
that he has purchased the Exclusive Patent Right to
make and sell PHELAN S ’-COMBINATION CUSHIONS.'•
for thi* State and Oregon, and THA I THEY CAN HE PI R
CHASED OF NO OTHER PERSON IN THIS CITY. Purchas
era will protect themselves from being swindled by re mem
Is-riug the above tacts. Orders for taking down, setting up.
nr repairing Tables attended to at the shortest notice. Pri j
vale gentlemen, Club*, or Saloon keeper* wishing to nrocure
Phelan's Model Billiard Tables, or ‘ Combination Cushiona," ■
will pie**? address M. K HUGHES,
180 Jackson *t qext to International Hotel,
u 2(» Ban Francisco.
T E It M H : FIVE DOLLARS PER ANNUM, IN ADVANCE.
MARIPOSA BUSINESS HOUSES.
C. K. MacJiKKIIOT C. KERRIN 3 I) HBIEN.
Main street, Mariposa,
A»I>
SAXTON'S OHIOEK,
Have recently amociatcd together a* a Trading Firm,
under the name of
M A DETiMOT & CO.-i
KOH TilK PTRPOHR OF CONDUCTING A
Wholesale and Retail Bnaineas
IM
GROCERIES AMI PROVISIONS;
Superior Old Winea and Liquora,
Of the Choicest Brand* ;
HAVANA AND AMERICAN CIGARS;
Clothing. Hoots and Shoes:
DUCKS, DRILLS AND BLANKETS;
Mining Tools, Etc.
.... AND A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF ....
HARCWARB.
tir We would renpcctfully inform our Friend* and
lie Public that one of the firm will remain conHtantly
in San Francisco, for the purfHiee of purehaMing and
forwarding Good*. and by thin arrangement we will
lie enabled to sell Goods
.lx MjOW as any Other House
IN THE BOUT UFUN MINES,
FOR CASH.
qriCK SALES AND SM ALL PROFITS I I
Call and examine our Stock and Prices before jmr
chasing elsewhere.
Ms Him* a. July 4. 185fi. altf
MACHINE SHOP
....AND
porrwDnY,
BULLION STREET.
I mmul lately in the Hear of Canhman't \eir Store.
Mr n maskei.l, mvciiinist, having ms ma
chin** Simp mid Foundry now in complete working nr
(tor. would respectfully inform hi* friend* and the nubile
generally, that he i* now prepared to do all kind* of fast
ing* to tinier and will *u|ierinteml in pernonthe Making and
Repalrinir of every description »*f Machinery in general me
in the county, lie in prepared t«» make fa*ting* ol 1500 lb*,
weight, ami will warrant all of hi* work *trong and perfect.
If required, he will visit places requiring work don# tin Boil
er* <ir Engine". altf
ter MILLIARD RALLS RKPATRKIi. and made perfectly
round ami true. AUu—Ball* fur Rondo turned.
MARIPOSA LAGER BEER.
HORNNEBER tr LESMAN, I
lTii|.rir*t(ir. 'f Um*
NEW MARIPOSA BREWERY,!
RKSrBTnT.I.Y .nnmirMv. to 111. joililir that lh.ir NEW 1
HIIKWKKV I* completed. ami they are now inanufucturing
I.AGF.K BEER Ilf a *u|ierior quality to any ever tigered in
Mari|ni*a oounty.
Order* for Meer will lie promptly *upplied in any part of
the county.
tetT Families will he supplied with Beer in Bottle* or
Keg*, a* mar lie moat de»irahle.
Mariposa, Augu*t, 1H57. augdtf
JOHN A. lIOfINNKBKK IIKKKY I.KBMAN*
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP.
THE fOP.VRTNKIMUP heretofore exiting under the
name of N. tOIIN A < (>.. ia tliia tlay di**tdvetl by mu* .
tual consent. All |»en*ona indebletl to the late (Inn are here- [
by notHtod to settle tholr account* with Me**r«. W. COHN i
J DKITELHAt 11, who will continue the same business a* & I
heretofore. J. GRIESMAN,
N. t olls.
.1. DETTEI.BACA,
W. COHN.
August 3*l, 1857.
gS-IHE. FNDEHSIGNEIt. residing partner* of the late 1
Firm of N- CoIIS f: CO., have tliia nay formed n fo l’art
nerahlp under tlio name of COHN .V DETTEI.BAfH. nndiMi- |
licit a ctintlnuance of the lilieral patronage herelolore lie i
stowed upon the late linn. All iterwin* Indebted to the late J
tirm are requested to make immediate *ettlenient.
W. (OHS.
J. DKTTELQACIL
Mariposa, August 3d, 1857.
k DETTELBACIL an* now receiving large
Mipplie* of Good* from San Francisco, all of which will lie
aold at rea*onable rate* for Cash.
MT 81-XT QUALITY OF HAVANA CIGARS. SOLD AT
12* CENTS. au27 tf. !
Ln Orange Hotel
AND....
GENERAL STAGE OPPICE,
MAIN STREET, LAGRANGE.
THE wibwribem would respectfully inform the citl
een* of LAGRANGE and vicinity, also—
THK TRAVELING PUBLIC GENERALLY,
that they have leaned till* well known and popular estab
lishment. amt having completely renovated the *nine in tt*
varioua department*, are now pie|*ued to accommodato all
who may favor them with their patronage.
.... There Is a large «ud commodious
Ball Room and Theatrical Stage,
....connected with this House
•Qif. Person* can secure seat* in Hie Rtage* at the ofllce,
for all part* of the Southern ami Northern Mines.
TIHH. M WUOniIFAP,
augb tint JOHN H RICHARDSON.
MARIPOSA LAGER BEER SALOON,
AT HORNITOS,
01T0HITK WRLI.g, BAIUiO A CO.'rt HXI'UKSH OKFICK.
O. W. HoinUnrcit
INFORMS HIS FRIES I >S AND THE PUBLIC GENERALLY
that he has opened the above Saloon, and will keep on
baud the bent quality ui
M ARIPOB A LAG K R BE E I*,
Together with the
nest Hines, l.lquors and Cigars.
93. He ha* lilted up hi* Saloon in good style, and every
attention will lie paid to the accommodation of all who will
favor him with their custom. julylUf
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
S. A. MKUKITT AI.KX. PKBBINO.
.Ttr.lt It ITT if OEf.'K/.rfi,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
omi p on Main street, between Fourth and Ftitb,
MARI POS A. >Uf
ALEX. PEERING, NOTARY PUBLIC.
Henry (>. Worthington,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW.
Office in F'renmnt'a Adobe House, cornet Main and Fifth *ta.
altf MARIPOSA.
RAMI . H. AIUOS R. R. IMKKIR.
ALISON S. HARRIS,
A T TORNEYS AT LAW,
MA HIPO SA .
Opficr on Main, between Fontm and Fifth Sts.
alt'
Nicholas Cleary,
ATTORNEY * COUNSELLOR AT LAW\.
MARIPOSA, CAL.
ilrmt—Evt •»»*!<• of Main street, Mveen F'ourth and Fifth*
itrfelA jjtiatf
R . H . DALY,
COUNSELLOR AT LAW;
DISTRICT ATTORNEY AND NOTARY PUBLIC?
MARIP O S A .
Office in the Court House Building. aR-tf
R. R. Hall,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
STOCKTON. altf
Dr. W. S. KavanaiiffH'
OFFICE —ON MAIN STREET, OPPOSITE I)H. HUDBFJi/8-
DAGEErtRKAV GALLERY, MARIPOM. al If
DR. JAMES L. CLARKE.
OFFICE— “PINE TREE iKfflßß,” CURNKK FIFTH AND*
MAIN STRKFTS, MARIPOSA. altf
COOK k FENNER,
COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
Painona Building, No. 140 Clay Street,
a2otf SAN FRANCISCO.
FREDERICK A. SAWYER,
Attorney and Counsellor at La* t
AVOCAT, ABOGADO,
SPEAK INO ERKMTI AND BPANIBH.
Express Building, N. E mr Montgomery and California it*.,
n2O-tf SAN FRANCISCO.
nr. Potty,
CONSTABLE, TOWNSHIP NO. I.
Particular attention paid to the collection of
Accounts. Notes, 4c., je'Hf
Dr. 11. J. PAINE,-DENTIST,
HOBNITOS.
I AT* iIF TMK FIliM OF PAIN'K A IIKFRS HentliU. Bsa.
j Francisco. is now |ierinanenlly located at Ilornitoa,
where he will lie happy to attend to calls In hl« profession.
Having had an eitensiv* practice for seventeen year*, ha
feels warranted In ssvmg In all those wishing Dental opera
thins performed, or Artificial Teeth inserted, on fine gold l
plate, that Ilia work cannot lie excelled In the I'uited States.
Term*, moderate. Consultations, free.
N. R.—Mr. P. will make occasional visits to the neigh*
boring towns, where he will attend persona at their residen
ces, upon npplh'Htiun, either by letter or otherwise. ollf
J. B. I SBA I L,
DENTIST,
MAIN STREET. HORNITOB,
I FORMERLY OF PHII.ADELPHIA. (PENN.) IS PERMA
' nenlly located in Ihfriitos, having a comfortable and
convenient Office, at the F)l l>orado Heataurant, with all
the neceaoary Instrument* and applinncea. Will do any
kind of work mat twrUisi to the profession ol Drutistry, ie
a manner winch shall give entire antiafaction, or the money
refunded. Artificial Teeth inserted on Gold Plate or on
Pivot, aa the caae may require. Teeth Plugged with purs
Gold, or extracted, rhlldren’aTeeth regulated ultra necee-.
aary. and all Oiaeaaea of the Gums treated, the nrnat of
which are called aenrvy of the gnma. Cure, or no pay.
Chloroform admiuiaiered, it desired. Vvruv> reasonable.,
Examination free. nltf
SIGNS! SIGNS!! SIGNS!!!
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
Painted to Okdkk
With Deapatch and on Reasonable Terms.
KF* Orders left at the office of the M.mupiWa l>»ociUT k
Ilornitoa, will he promptly attended to.
“ RICHARDSON.»»
laGkawii, Ang. 18, 1857. aug'JO dm
PLAZA DRUG STORE,-
HORNITOS.
DR. A. D. BOYCE,
HAS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A FIT.I. ASSORT
mout of Freeh Drugs and Medicines, aa well as all the
American, English and French Chemicals in common use,
also. Shaker's Herbs. Roota. and extracta ; Family Medi
cines, all the la-st kind of Pills, Sarsaparilla*. Ointments,
Salves, and in fact EVERY THING that could be expected
to be found In a well stocked Drug Store, jelltf
1.1 ft: It >’ S T.t BV c.
MAIN STRKFT, A FEW I>iK)RH NORTH OF PLAZA,
Ilornitoa.
s. \V. CARR * • PROPRIETOR.
A SUPERIOR sIOCK OF SADDLE HORSE*, ALWAYS ON
hand lor Hire, no terms to null thu times.
Horses boarded tiythedav, week or month at moderate
ratv-v jelltf
NO. 33.

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