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DAVIS A GODFREY, Editors and Proprietors. YOL. 1. Hlaripffsa Pfmooral. Office on High st., East side, below the New Plaza. TERMS: Ter annum, in advance $5 00 Tor nix month*, in advance 3 00 Mingle copies *26 Advertisement* inserted at the lowest rates. tTir Every description of Plain ami Taney Job Printing neatly ami promptly executed. POETICAL A SONNET. Sweet Charity, thine eye of hint, So full of tenderness nnd love; Thy tresses of a golden hue, Thy sweet expression of a dove, Thy ( harming voice, thy winning smile, Thy charms which w'ords cannot exp read. Thy kindly nature, free from guile, Km)s>diment of gentleness. Have stamj cd their impress on my sonl, Which time nor death can e’er remove— A passion I can scarce control, An all-ahgorhiug fervent love; Then sweetest, fairest, smile on me. JW A rural poet sends an exchange the following poem («i a “Squirrel,” remarking that lie (the poet) js fully aware that the last line is a leetle too long : “ The squirrel am a nice bird, Ami has a bushy tale, He sometimes sits upon a lim, And sometimes on a rale, And gathers nuts in the summer, so that his winter stock won't fail.” Hr What kind of sweetmeats did they have in Noah’s ark? Preserved pairs. The income from rondo tables in Sac ramento amounts to $3OOO per month. BTA dentist advertises tiiat “ he spares no pains to render his operations satisfactory.” I3T The man who was “ moved to tears” complains of the dampness of the premises, and wishes to he moved back again. MT* I iOuis XIV. asked Count Mahony if he understood Italian. u Yes, please your Majes ty,” answered the count, “if it is spoken in Irish.” Hr The artesian well at Stockton is now 1008 feet deep. The stream is of the same volume as at the time of commencing the last section. mt a Boston paper, giving a puff to a new minister, says; “ His prayer at the close of the sermon was the most eloquent that was ever addressed to a Boston audience.” nr It is suggested that “ Proverbial Phi losophy,” Tapper’s last sonnet, on the Atlantic cable, was the real cause of the break. Noth ing on earth could stand such a ttrain as that. HT Habits are as easy caught as “ yaller Yrfrds.” Let a circus arrive in town, nnd in less than a week half the hoys in town will be throwing somersets, and breaking their necks over an empty mackerel barrel Dangerous Practical Joke. — The Nevada Journal tells an incident of two young men, cousins, one of whom played what turned out to he a dangerous practical joke upon the other. They belonged to Grass Valley, and were on their way to Nevada, on 16th Nov., with a team, when they heard of (he robbery of one Jacobs, a Jew pedlar, on the day pre vious, of SBBO. On returning to Grass Valley in the evening, one thought he would test the courage of his companion, and proceeding ahead, he jumped out from a bush by the wayside, when the team came along, and climbing up the wagon, with a counterfeit •voice demanded the purse of his cousin or his life. The latter hud been thinking of the rob bery of the pedlar ns he rode along alone, and having a hatchet in the wagon ho placed it on the seat by his side. No sooner had he heard the demand of a supposed robber, than he seized the hatchet and buried it in his face, in flicting a most horrid wound extending across the mouth. Tlie mistake then became known «md the j»oor fellow was taken to Grass Valley, vwhere he is in a fair way of recovery. The Meeting op the Emperors.— lt is a (trite saying, says the N. Y. Kotos, that history is continually repeating itself. It is just half a century since the peace of Tilsit, which was marked by the conferences of the Great Na poleon and the Czar Alexandria I. The prin cipal figures in the world’s drama then, were these two Emperors meeting on a raft in the midst of the Elbe, attended by their satellites of inferior kings, dukes and potentates. Now the nephews of the principal actors of that ocene meet at Stuttgardt—flecked with the im perial crowns of franco and Russia. The meeting at Hluttgardt took place on the anni versary of that of Erfurt, fifty years ago—and there are those living who remember the im pression made by the description of that re markable scene, when all Europe seemed about to be partitioned l»etween Napoleon and Alexander and their auxiliary and dependent Icings. In the bight of his ambition, Napoleon i wrote to Talma the memorable invitation and its sneer at royalty, “ come to Erfurt, you shall play before a pit full of kings.” During this interval of fifty years, civiliza tion has done wonders, and the meeting of the nephews does not absorb the attention of man kind as did (ha of their uncles. The majesty of the steamship, the locomotive and the tele graph, lias dwarfed the majesty of Emperors, and Stuttgardt Is comm !;u e beside Urfurt. HORNITOS, MARIPOSA COUNTY, CALIFORNIA, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 26, 1857. Miners’ Luck. —lt is very common in the mines to hear men relate instances of their “hard luck” in mining, such as having claims in which they bad worked a long time without success, and upon their becoming disgusted and leaving, others would take up the ground and “strike rich dirt.” A case of (his kind took place at Nevada, lately, under the follow f ing circumstances, says the Sacramento Age: Mr. Parker N. Pierce and a friend of his, who is a resident of Nevada, in August last, began to prospect a hill, on the northwest side of the city, for quartz, and seeing a spot where the rock was apparently rich, staked out a claim and put up a notice, but without immediately working the ground. Shortly after, Mr. Pierce received an appointment from the General Government and left for Oregon. When the three weeks succeeding the date of the notice had expired, some other parties “jumped ” the claim and realized from the labor of the first week the sum of $7,500. Since that time the quartz is said to be increasing in rich ness, and the vein has been found to be larger than any other around there. To Land Pre-emptors. —lt has been decided (the question being made before (be General Land Office,) that a person claiming the bene fit of the pre-emption Act of 1841 is required to establish, by competent proof before the district office, the performance of certain acts prior to making an entry. A man being the head of a family must show residence with hie family on the land claimed. There might be sufficient cause precluding the possibility of the wife’s residence on her husband’s claim; hut the sufficiency of the cause can only be determined when the facts of the case arc pre sented in the form of proof, upon which the law requires the register and receiver to adju dicate such claim. The Department cannot in advance determine questions of right upon the mere speculative inquiries, but will exercise its supervisory power in declaring the right of a claimant, in whose case the question may arise, when the facts are previously passed upon by, and reported to the General Land Office by the register and receiver. A Negro War. —Occasionally, during the last war, there have been brief allusions in the foreign dispatches to a civil war among the Zulus of South Africa. It is estimated by English residents of Cape Town, that the total loss of human life In this war has not been less than one hundred thousand 1 Disturbances were caused by a contest between Ketchwya and Umbulazi, two sons of the paramount chief, Panda. On the 2d December, the lat ter was defeated with immense slaughter. The victorious Ketchwya, a lad of nineteen, after the battle, divided his army into three sections and with these scoured the country in all di rections, putting to death not only his enemies, but all neutral or doubtful subjects who came in his way. He, however, kept clear of the father, who, by the latest intelligence, was raising an army in defence of his throne. It is said that men, women and children were all alike put to death. Umbulazi was put to death with the utmost cruelty, having been skinned alive. A Savaoe Insinuation. —Mr. Anson Jones, of Texas, has written a spicy letter, consenting to be a candidate for the U. S. Senate in place of Sam Houston, whose general views he vio lently opposes. They have both supported the same Indian policy, but in this, Mr. Jones says, Gen. Houston “ was governed very much by private and personal considerations. His course towards the Indians was prompted by his individual connection and relationship, as well as association with the Oherokees, into which tribe he had married , and by which he had been adojded , and whose habits and modes of life he had assumed.” Vengeance at Delhi. —The Cheltenham Examiner says : “In a private letter received by an officer in this town, it is stated that the British troops before Delhi have sworn on their crossed bayonets neither to give or take quarter, when the struggle comes with the mutineers within the city. The officers, in or der to nerve their arm in the hour of ven geance, have caused the names of their broth er officers who have been inhumanly sacri ficed, to be engraved on their sword blades.” Discipline. —A letter from West Point, N. Y., to the San Francisco Qlohe , says that a ju nior cadet, who took offence at some conduct of his senior officer in ranks, made an attack upon him with his sword, and the officer had to employ all his skill to save his life from the fury of his assailant, and of a comrade who went to his assistance after he was disarmed. The cadets were arrested, and will be dis missed. One of them, it is said, is a son of Gen. Jessup. _ Very Good. —One of our cotemporaries, re marking upon the correspondence between President Buchanan and Professor Silliman, the great New Haven geologist, says: “The letter of response is of rather a cmstaceous formation, but disintegrating.” Virginia Gold. —Last month, there was de posited in bank, in Fredericksburg, a bar of gold valued at $1228, from the Vancluse mine, in Spottsylvania county, Va., the product of twenty days’ labor. “ THE UNION AND ITS GOVERNMENT.” Courting. —The following short sermon on courting, is from the pen of Margaret Verne, and the text is taken from a breakfast table remark of, “ I don’t see why people cannot do their courting by daylight,—thereby saving an expense of light, fuel and forenoon naps.” Whew! preach that doctrine until your head is gray, and you arc as toothless as a newborn babe, and still young folks will “ sit up ” till the stars grow tired of watching and the roosters begin to crow ! There is a sort of fascination in it, a positive denial to the contrary notwithstanding. An indescribable, undeniable charm—charm in being tho sole occupants of a front parlor, with nothing to molest or make afraid; the sofa drawn up before the shining grate, and the lamp regulated to a steady blaze that will not eclipse the brightness of eyes, or made particularly pleasing in hearing the last pair of household feet take a bee-line departure for tho upper chambers, and feeling that ever swinging parlor door will remain closed until one of the party concerned chooses to open. Talk of courting by daylight! Think of laming one’s arm by quick, hasty withdrawals from around a certain waist at the incessant ringing of the hell, or seeing the puff, combs and curls fly in every direction, by a sound of coming footsteps. Imagine proud lover at the feel of fair lady, puffing forth an eloquent, long avowal, with extraordinary expressions flitting over the face ; and, at the same mo ment, a puzzled countenance peering through the folding door, wondering what makes Mr. M—“pray with his eyes open ” and, more dis agreeable still, have “ mama ” open the door without the prelude of a rap, of course, just at the moment you have ventured to test the moment you have ventured to test the tempe rature and sweetness of her daughter's lips. The Future. —What a land of promise is the future! In it we all have rich possessions, the coming enjoyment of which alone makes life endurable. The past has proved a wea ry way: the present is full of thorns, but the bright future has recompense for all. Who would sell his birthright in the future? Who would give up the chances and changes it con ceals in its misty depths ? Wc may he poor and slok, broken down and deserted, without friends and without home, but so long as hope remains, we will not despair of the future. The poor debtor was quite ready to swear that he had not live dollars in the w orld, hut hesitated when asked to say be should never possess that amount : he might die a millionaire — who knows? Aye, who knows? For who has j ever found that fair land of the future, with all its rich possessions and its heavenly peace ? And yet the entrance to it opens in the pres ent. We hold the clue in our hands, and need no Ariadno to reveal its lahyrinthian secrets. What the present forms, the future will reveal. If we would reap rich harvests in tho coming time, w o must sow the seed to-dny. It is mad ness to continue in our old courses of procras tination, of idleness and vice, and still hope for the future. That which wc sow, we shall reap. The future is the product of the pres ent—to a great extent, we may make it what we w ill. Colored Ideas. —The Washington Notion al Fra of the 17th September, which paper is the leading organ of the black republicans in the United States, denounces the word “ white” as infamous, wherever it occurs in State con stitutions or statutes, as defining the qualifica tions of electors. It also says that nine-tenths of the black republicans are in favor of extend ing the right of suffrage to the negro. International Courtesy. —Mr. Tonccy, the Secretary of the Navy, has given orders to re pair the Norwegian hark Ellen , (whose com mander, Capl. Johnson, saved the lives of for ty-nine American citizens,) and supply her with two months’ provision for her return to Europe. The Ellen is now at the Gosport Navy Yard, undergoing repairs. Punsters. —Strange, Moore and Wright, three notorious punsters, were, on a certain occasion, dining together, w hen Moore ohserv -1 ed : “There is but one knave among us, and ! that’s Strange.” “Oh, no!" said Wright, 1 “ there is one Mookk.” “Aye,” said Strange, i “and that’s W RIGHT.” The Restored. — A Washington dispatch says: “ The naval officers assume, from cer tain indications, that sixteen of the dropped officers have been restored by unpublished de cisions of the President upon the reports of the Naval Courts.” I Guano. — A company arc engaged in collect ing and shipping guano, found at the Faralone Islands. It is found in grottos and caverns, in inexhaustible beds, and promises to prove an incomputable source of riches to the company. Secret Societies. —The Mayor of Louisville, Ky., has issued a proclamation to the police of that city, instructing them to suppress all se- I net societies or all secret gatherings of color ed persons, whether free or slave, In that city. : Sulphur Springs. —A recent discovery of valuable sulphur springs has been made near Major Hidwell’s ranch, says the Stockton Ar (jV9. It is intended, by the discoverer, to be made a place of popular summer resort. MILLERTON !c VISALIA ADVERTISERS. Win. Cnuuinriii Morrla, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, COMMISSIONRH roK THE UXITOSCATMI Ollßt Or CtAlX*, AND NOTARY PUBLIC, VISALIA, TULARE CO, Will practice in llie Court* of Maiiposa, Merced. Fresno and Tulare. Particular attention given to the collection of claim*. obtaining of Bounty I and Warrant*, pay and extra pay of Seaman ami Soldiers’ Pension* .tie. !««■» attended to In the Court of Claim* at Washington. Peed*, Mortgages, l eases etc., carefully drawn. (.ands located and pn-eiup lions aeon red. Hchool Land Warrant* bought and Hold. N ll.—Mk. Morris offers Ids services to the citizens of Tulare County, to obtain for them the appropriation made by the legislature of lWi7. to which they are entitled for service rendered in the suppression of Indian hostilities.— Application should he made at once, a* the War Commission before whom the claims am to he proved, will soon tenni nate its sessions o29tf Tlio Oak. Hotel, MILLERTON, FRESNO COUNTY. McRAE & RIVERCOMB - - Proprietor!. This ( ommodiocs mu >e is fitted cp ami n it ■tubed iii a superior style, lor the accommodation of permanent and transient customers. The traveling com munity can relj on receiving every attention and comfort that the country affords. Permanent boarder* will find here every accommodation |N-r'aining to a well regulated boarding bouse, and no pains spared 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 most fastidious epicure. ...The II a r .... Will at all times he supplied with the best wines, liquors a ctgaha, that can be had In the city of Han Francisco In the Ha 1 oon will be found Two Splendid Hilliard Tahirs, of sujierlor style and manufacture u»*. A stable is attached to this house, ash ha* accomm«slations for transient custom, as well as team stem. Tlie stable will always lie supplied with the very Itest of feed. T H E F E R U Y BOA T. TIIK PHGPKIKTGRS have a Htauro h FERRY BOAT, hu mediately opposite the Hotel, whiehia capable of crossing the heaviest laded wagons and will Is- attended wllli promptneaa at all hours of the day and night jvliitf M-lUK K RIVXBCOMB. THE EAGLE HOTEL, ViMaliti, Tulare County. RAGGIO, BURROUGH «fc Co., Proprietors. rpill; PROPRIETORS J|AVFTHF HONOR TO ASNoCM K X to the citiMns of Tulare County, and the traveling pub lie generally, that they have opened a bowse for their ac commodation at Visalia, where they will is- happy to re ceive their friends and customer*. Their bou*«* is a com m<"lion* brick two stories high, and will tie kept In a style unsurpassed tills side of Han Francisco. THE TABLE Will let supplied with the Isnt the market affords. Fish and Came In season, which will always Ih- served up In an wi|s riem-ed manner, and our Beef, Poultry, kc.. cannot be sur passed. THE BAR WIH lie kept in a superior style, and constantly supplied with the CHOICEST WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. .... Attached to the house are .... Two Splendid Billiard Tables .... of Eastern Manufacture .... p A Weekly Line of Stages rims between this plan-and Ilornitos connecting with Stockton, Sacramento and Sono ra. and all the Southern Mines. Paasengeni van rely on, at ull times. Is-lug convoyed to their destination with prompt ness and despatch. AN EXCELLENT STABLE I* attached to the Hotel where animals are fed with Barley or Hay at the option of the owner. jvirttf raggio, bkuropgh * co. UOWLINO SALOON, Vlanlln, Tulare County. L. R. KETCH AM, .... Proprietor. ffIHF. I'ROritlEfOU HAH, AT CONSIDERADLK EXPENSE. X erected a Rowling Alley in the town of Visalia, where the lovers of this healthful exercise can at all times lav ac commodated. His BAR is supplied with the choicest HU ins. I.ii/nors and Cigar a. He will endeavor by strict attention to the wants of his customers to merit their patronage. jylfitf SPRING VALLEY RANCH, ON TIIK HOAD FROM UOKNITOK TO MILI.KKTUK. ARNOLD ft SONS Proprietors. rpms ranch has fink accommodations for tray X eler-and Teamster*, and is located on the main road leading from Ilornitos to Millertou ; 17 miles from McDer monfs Uancli. 4 miles from Fresno River. K miles from Cruiksimnk’s Ranch ami IS miles from Millertou. SPLENDID SPUING WATER. always pure and cold, to satisfy the thirsty. GOOD GRAZING RANGES, and plenty of Feed of the Is-st quality. The proprietor* solicits the patronage of the traveling community. jylOlf MICHAEL PHELAN’S IMPROV E I> Billiard. Tables AND CUSHIONS , I PATENTED KERRI ARY Kith, IH.VI, THESE TABLES combine the nice-d mathematical accuracy of work manship wilii elegance of design, and possess all the quail ties that are esteemed by scientific players. The Cushions are of superior correctness, and are lower than any others made, and so constructor! as to prevent all jumping of the balls. All articles connected with Billiards at the lowest cash prices. Just Published, •THE GAME oF BILL! ARPS.” by Ih chnel Phelan—Price, |1 fin. SI. K. HIGHER 029 IHO Jack on street, Hole Agent. PHELAN’S The cnderhignkd wishes to inform the pcblic that he has purchased the Exclusive Patent Right to make and sell PHELAN’S “COMBINATION CI SIIIONH.. for thi- State and Oregon, and THAT THEY CAN BE PCR ( HASED OK NO OTHER PERSON IN THIS CITY Purchas ers will protect themselves from being swindled by remem beriug the above fuels. Order* for taking down, setting up. or repairing Tables attended to at the shortest notice. I’r rate gentlemen, Chihs.or Haham-keepers wishing to proeuru Phelan’s Model Billiard Tables, or ••Cunibinalion Cushions,’’ will please address M E MCtillEf*. ISO Jackson st, next to International Hotel. ci.-9 Ban Franc Leo. T BUMS FIVE DOLLARS PER ANNUM. IN ADVANCE. MARIPOSA BUSINESS HOUSES. C. F. Mji IIKRMOT C. KFKRINS II DRIES. Main street, Mariposa, INI) SAXTON’S CREEK, Have recently associated together as a Trading Firm, under the name of M I) Ell MOT & CO. FOK TIIK PITBPOSK OF CONDUCT INO A Wholesale and Retail Business IN GROCERIES AM) PROVISIONS; Superior Old Wines and Liquors, Of the Choicest Brands ; HAVANA AND AMERICAN CIGARS; Clothing , Boots and Shots: DUCKS, DRILLS AND BLANKETS; Minins Tool*, Etc. .... AND A UENEBAT, ASSORTMENT (IF .... LIAHD W AHH, We would respectfully inform our Friend** and he public that one of the Ann will remain constantly in San Francisco, for the purpose of purchasing and forwarding floods, and by this arrangement we will Ite enabled to sell Gmida •f* Lotr as any Oiher Mouse IX THE SOUTHERN MIXES, FOR C A 8 XI . ((I K K BALES AND SMALL PROFITS 11 Call and examine onr Stock and Price* before pur chasing elsewhere. Mariposa. July 4. IHS«V nltf MACHINE SHOP AKII FOUNDRY, BULLION STREET, Immediately in the Hear of Canhmttnt IVew Store. Mil N. MASKED*. MACHINL-T, HAVING HIS MA chin**. Shop and Foundry now in complete working or der. would respectfully infono Ida friend* mid lie- nubile generally, that he is now prepared to do all kind* of Past inf* to order.and will superintend in jx-r-om th** Making and Repairing *<( every deacnpllon el Machinery In general use in the county, lie la prepared to make Tastings ot 1500 Ihs. weight, au>l will warrant all of hi* work strong and perfect. If required, he will visit place* requiring work done on Holl er* or Engines. altf B-T* HILLIARD BAIJ.S REPAIRER. and made perfectly round and trne. Also—Hall* for Rondo turned. MARIPOSA LAGER BEER. HORNNEBER «r LESMAN, Proprietor* of the NEW MARIPOSA HHEWEIIY, IIESPETimJ.Y announce to the public that their NEW BREWERY i* completed. ami they are now manufacturing LAGER BEER of a superior quality to any ever offered in tlari|M"-a county. Order* for He**r will be promptly supplied in any part of the county. ef Families will Is* supplied with Beer in Bottle* or Keg*, a* may Is* im**t desirable. Ma-ipusa, August, 1H57. augtilf JOHN A. lIOKNNKIIKK lIKNRV T.KRMAN* DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP. THE COPARTNER? I lIP heretofore existing under the name of N. COHN A: to.. i* lid* day <liaa*'lve*l by mu tual consent. All person* indebteil to the late linn an- here by notill***! to settle their account* with Meaara. W. t'ttHX J OKI'I ELBA* 11. who will continue the same business a* A: heretofore, J. <iBUSMAN, N. COHN, j mrnEi BACA, W. COHN. August 3d, 1H57. URuTHE I'MiEJWIGNBH. residing partner* of the late Firm of N. COHN k CO., have thin day formed a Co-Part nership under the name off OHS A' I'KTTKLBAUH, and so licit a continuance oi the libel a I patronage heretofore Is* stowed upon the late (Inn. All person* indebted to the Into firm are requested to make immediate settlement. W. t ons. J. liKTIKLBACH. Mariposa, August 3*l, IWI7. St),POIIX k I'KTTI I.BAHI. an* now receiving large supplies of Goods from Sun Francisco, all of which will he sold at reasonable rales for Cush. fcy-BEST QUALITY OF HAVANA CIGARS, Sol PAT I! iH < ENDS. au;J7-lf. La Graugo Hotel AND GENERAL STAGE OFFICE, MAIN STREET, LAGRANGE. THE Huhacribera would respectfully inform the citi zens n| LA GRANGE and vicinity, also— THE TRAVELING PUBLIC GENERALLY, that they have leased this well known and popular estab lishment. and having completely renovated the same in it* various departments, an- now prepared to accommodate nil who may favor them with their patronage. There is a large and commodious.... Ball Room and Theatrical Stage, .... connected with this House.... *9- Persons can secure seats in the Stages at the office, for all pari* of the Southern and Northern Mine*. TIIOS. M WOOBHKAP. augff-6m JOHN H. RICHABBBON, MARIPOSA LAG EH BEER SALOON, AT HORNITOS, OPPOSITE. WF.1.1.5, FARGO k CO.’S KXPRESS OFFICE. O. W. Roinhardt IN H MIMS 1118 FRIINI >S ANI» THE ITBIJC GENERALLY tin.; In-has opened the above Saloon, and will keep on liaud the l*e*t quality of M ARIP 0 8 A L A GER BEER, Together with the 11**1 Prim*. Liquors and Vi far*, i, -, He has fitted up hi* Saloon in good style, and every attention will be paid to the accommodation of all who will favor him with their custom. julvthf PROFESSIONAL CARDS. «. A.MKHHITT ALBX. DKEKINO. .WE Hit ITT K ItEERIJTG, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. oniw on Main utrnet. I«,tween Fourth and Fitth, MARIPOSA. «ur ALEX. DEERTNO, NOTARY PUBLIC. Henry O. Worthington, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. Office In Fremont's Adobe House, corner Main and Fifth ats. altf MARIPOSA. RAMI. H. A USDS B. B. BABKIN. ALISON & HARRIS, AT T ORNEYB AT LAW, MARIPOSA. Offick on Main, bltwkkn Foiktii and Fifth Sts. altf Nicholas Cleary, ATTORNEY Sr COUNSELLOR AT LA W, MARIPOSA. CAL. Omn'—East wide of Main street, Imtwaen Foorth and Fifth ■t reels. jy23tf R . H . DALY , COUNSELLOR AT LAW; DISTRICT ATTORNEY AND NOTARY PUBLIC; M A RIP OS A . Office in the Court House Building. »S-lf R. R. Hall, ATTORNEY AT LAW, STOCKTON. Bltf Dr. W. S. Kavanaugh, OFFICK —ON MAIN STREET, OPI*OSTTF DH. HURBKIJ/8 DAni'ERREAN GALLERY. MARIIDSA. »1 tf DR. JAMES L. CLARKE . OFFICE “ITNK TREE HOI'S*,” CORNER FIFTH AND MAIN STREETS, MARH*OSA. altf COOK k FENNER, COUNSELLORS AT LAW , Parsons Building, No. 140 Cl*y Street, •20-tf SAN FRANCISCO. FREDERICK A. SAWYER, Attorney and Counsellor at Law % AVOCAT, ABOGADO* SPKAEINO FRENCH AND SPANISH. Express Building, N. K cor. Montgomery tad California ata., a2D-tf SAN FRANCISCO. KT. Petty, CONSTABLE, TOWNSHIP NO. 1. Particular attention paid to the collection of Account, Notes. Ac., Jemf Ur. 11. J. PAINE,—DENTIST, HORNITOS. TAT* (IK TIIK FIRM OK I’AIVK A RKERS. Dentlile, K,» j Francisco. In now permanently l«»caled at Homitoa, whom lie will lie happy to attend to calls in hia profeatdon. Having had an extensive practice for seventeen rears, he feel a warranted in saying to all thoae wishing Denial opera thins performed, nr Artificial Teeth inserted, tm fine gold plate, that his work cannot lie excelled in the United States. Terms, moderate, Consultations, free. N. ||.—Dr. P. will make «>coa«ional vlalts to the neigh boring towns, where he will attend persons at their reaiden ces, upon application, either by letter 01 otherwise, ollf J. B. IS B A IL. DENTIST, MAIN STREET, HORNITOS, I FORMERLY OF PHILADELPHIA. (PENN.) IS PKRMA ’ nently Faulted in Hornitoa, having » comfortable and convenieni Orth**, at the El Dorado Restaurant, with all •he necet-arv Instruments and appliances. Will do any kind of work tout itertnins to tin- profession of lieutistry, In a manner which shall (five entire satisfaction, or the money refunded Artificial Teeth inserted on (iold Plate or on Pivot, as the case mav require Teeth Plump'd with pure (iold, or extracted. Children's Teeth regulated when necea sarv. and all Diseases of the Hums treated, the most of which are called scurvy of the gums. Cure, or no pay. Chloroform administered, if desired. Terms reasonable. Examination free. allf SIGNS! SIGNS!! SIGNS!!! OF EVERY DESCRIPTION Paintkd n> Ohdich With Despatch and on Reasonable Terms. WST Orders left at the office of the Makipopa Democrat, lloruitos, will Ik* promptly attended to. “ RICHARDSON.” La Hraxuk. Aug. IR, 1867. aug2o-3m PLAZA DRUG STORE, HORNITOS. DR. A. D. BOYCE, HAS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A FULL ASSORT ment of Fresh Drugs «nd Medicines, as well as all the American, English and French Chemicals in common use, also. Shaker’s Herbs. Roola, and extracts; Family Medi cines. all the lie-t kind of Pills, Sarsaparillas, Ointments, Halves, and in fact EVERY THING that could be expected to be found in a well stocked Drug Store. jelltf i.( rex !■ sT*t nee. MAIN STREET, A FEW DOORS NORTH OF IT.A7,A, Hornlto*. S. W. CARR PROPRIETOR. A SUPERIOR STOCK OF SADDLE IP IRSEP. ALWAYS ON hand for Hire, on terms to suit the times. Horse> boarded by the day, week or month at moderate rates j-Htf NO. 34.