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DAVIS & GODFREY, Editors and Proprietors. yol. i. ptoripss Democrat. Office on High it, East side, below the New Plaza. TERMS: Per annum. In advance $6 00 For six months, In advance a 00 Slnprl«» copies 25 Advertisements Inserted nt the lowest rates. 99“ Every description of Plain ami Fancy Job Printing neatly and promptly executed. Mr*. PnrtlngCnn on llnnka mid Inerttlullly. “Arc you afraid of hanks failing? ” asked: the cashier as Mrs. Partington went to draw ( her pension. “ Banks failing,” said the dame, 1 “ I never had any idea about it at all. If he gets votes enough, I don’t sec how he can fail, and if he don’t, I can’t see how lie is to help it” “I meant,” said he, “the banks that furnish currency for the country.” She stood a mo ment counting her bills. “ Oh, you did, did you ? ” said she; “ well, its about the same thing. If they have money enough to redeem with, and Heaven knows there’s need enough 1 of redemption for a good many of them, and more grace than they allow their customers, they may stand it, but doubtful things are un-! ■certain.” She passed off like an exhalation, and the cashier counted out one hundred and fifteen dollars and seventeen cents fifteen times while pondering what she said, in order to ! catch her meaning. “ I’m not very incredible,” said Mrs. Part ington, looking up from the paper and glancing over her specs at Ike, who sat making a wind mill out of the frame of his slate, “and be-1 dievc as much as any rational person ought to. I have believed all about the Dcvilport boys,! and the other wonderful things, and all that has been said agin ’em ; and the story of a man’s climbing a pole and pulling it up after him ; and of the actor that held himself out at; arm's length ; but it is beyond my belief that a cargo of molasses could ‘ change hands.’ ” She passed the paper from her right hand to I her left, as though it were a hogshead of mo- j lasses, and then resumed her reading with a profound idea that the editor in making the I statement was humbugging her. Eteunity. —“Eternity has no gray hairs!” The flowers fade, the heart lies down in the sepulchre of ages, but time writes no w rinkles on the brow of eternity ! Eternity! Stupendous thought! The ever present, unborn, undecaying, and undying; i the endless chain, compassing the life of God— j the golden thread, entwining the destinies of .the universe. Earth has its beauties but time shrouds j •them for the grave; its honors, they are but the sunshine of an hour; its palaces, they arc but as the gilded sepulchre; its possessions, they arc toys of changing fortune; its pleas ures, they are but as burthening bubbles.— Not so in the untried bourne. In the dwelling of the Almighty can come no footsteps of decay. Its day will know no darkening—eternal splendors forbid the ap proach of night. Its fountains will never fail, they are fresh from the eternal throne. Its glories will never wane, for there is the ever present God. Its harmonics will never cease, exhaustless love supplies the song. The Apple T»adk.—Very few are aware, says the S. F. Argue, of the magnituda of the Oregon apple trade, which, during the past two years, has become greater than ever. San Francisco alone pays tribute this year to Ore gon for fruit, and costs of transport, in a sum near one million of dollars! Several cargoes of apples, amounting to about one hundred and fifty to two hundred tons have been sold on the wharf, at prices ranging from $85,000 to $125,0001 Good out of Evil.— The financial panic has not been without some benefit. An eastern exchange says; The panic has had one good result, at all events. The Convention which was to meet at Cleveland on the 26th Sept., for the purpose of dissolving the Union, has been postponed on account of the financial difflcultcs of the country. Whether they feared they would he unable to raise money to carry out their scheme of dissolution or to pay their railroad fare, wc are not informed. A Distant Relative. —An actress in Paris sent word that she could not play on account of the death of her mother. A day or two afterwards the manager met her, dressed in flaming colors. “Ah,” he exclaimed “ how’s this, not in mourning?” “It is not the cus tom to wear mourning for distant relatives.” “And you call your mother so? ” “Oh, yes, she died in America,” An Old Coin. —A wealthy Israelite living near Selma Aakansas, has in his possession a silver shekel struck in the mint of Judea, 1750 years ago. It is about the size of a half-dollar, but the silver is so impure that its intrinsic value is hut 15 cents. The owner would har dly part with the relic for as many hundred dollars. It has been in his family 570 years. The Nickel. —The Philadelphia Ledger states that within the last three months forty three tons of new cents have been issued from tlie Mint The entire number coined has been 6,600,000. HORNITOS, MARIPOSA COUNTY, CALIFORNIA, THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMRER 3, 1557. MARIPOSA HOTELS AND SALOONS. RE-OPENINO OF THE FRANKLIN HOUSE, MAIN STREET, MARIPOSA. JOHN E. ELDRIDGE : : : : : Proprietor. THE PROPRIETOR would announce to his friend* and tlir* public generally, that he bn* taken the above well known Hotel, and hna re fitted and refurnished it In n stylo becoming a first class House. The Stages from and to Stockton arrive and leave this Hotel, tri weekly, and Traveler* will find it to their advan tage and convenience to amp here, as every accomodation will be afforded to their want*. The accommodations of this House, for Hoarders, in eve ry respect, an* inferior to none in this part of the country. The Table will always be furnished with the be*i that the market affords, and the Rooms and Bedding kept in |s-r feet order. nepl7 tf BOWLIN <1 SALOON AND Furnished Rooms, AT THE PINE TREE HOUSE, CORNER OF FIFTH AND MAIN STREETS, M A HI P () S A . 9W NEW ROOMS HAVE IIEEN FITTED AND Furnished recently, in a style unsurpassed, and are to let on reasonable terms, by the Week or Month. Transient Travellers may Is- -nre of finding accom modations suited to their various necessities. THE POBTOFFICE IS KEPT HERE. altf McNAMARA A (JRIPPEN. COMET SALOON, corner of main and fourth streets, MARIPOSA. JAMES M. VANDYKE,: : : Proprietor. \(Jt)OD SUPPLY OK THE REST QUALITY OF IMPORT ed Wine*, Li<|)iors and Cigars, can always Is- found at the liar, where tin* proprietor is always on hand to dis |«-nse the best Ids house affords, to his friends and custo mers. Hi* Liquors an- selected with great care, and can fa re lied u pou as the genuine article. THE ICE DEPOT I* at the COMET SALOON, and will always lie furnished at the Bar. Orders by the quantity attended to jelltf Lagor Door Saloon! BUCHENAU A WEBBER Proprietors. MARIPOSA. Have the pleasure to inform their numerous friends and the public generally, that they have con stantly on hand the freshest of that much admired (leverage. DiLOim DEED! Together with a choice assortment of WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARSI Of the Rest Quality. RTF” Coffee and Refreshments served at all hours. Thankful for past favors, they retqieclfullv solicit a con tinuance of the same. KUCHKNAU k WEBBER. Mari|K».«a. May fi. IW»7. mU-dm 111. DORADO LAGER BEER AMI BILLIARD SALOON. MYERS & LE GRAND : : : : Proprietors. MT" The Suhscriliers respectfully inform the Public that they have leased the above well known stand, on MAIN STREET, MARIPOSA, Where they intend keeping constantly on hand a supply of the best quality of MARIPOSA LAGER REER, .... Together with the very .... BEST WINES AND LIQUORS: ALS O —C lOAUS. The best that can be obtained in the San Francisco market. The Saloon is fitted up in good style, and every attention will be paid to the accommodation of customers. Two millarci Tabloa, in excellent order, are at the service of those who may desire to play. J. F. MYERS, A. I.K GRAND. Mariposa, Sepp 2d. 1857. ol tf CHEAP CASH STOKE At Tulito. G. R E R N A R I) INFORMS HIS FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS. AND THE Public generally, that be still continues receiving some of the finest lots of GOODS at the old stand at Tulito, two miles and a half South of Hornitos, That was ever brought to this section of the country, such as GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, CROCKERY, CLOTHING, HARDWARE, BOOTS A SHOES, WINES AND LIQUORS, AND ALL KINDS OF Fttrnurs' mul .Tf/iirr*’ Supplltn, Which will be sold low for Cash. WHEAT AND BARLEY taken in exchange for Goods, at the Highest Market Prices, GOODS DELIVERED by Pack Animals and a Wagon, All orders promptly attended to, and Goods punc tually delivered. 0. BERNARD. jy2:sm AOUA FRIO TANNERY, At Afua Prlo. L. de SLAINVILLE, Proprietor. THE Subscriber respectfully informs the citizens of Mari posa and surrounding bounties, that his Tannery’ is in successful operation, lie has a choice assortment and will keep constantly on hand every variety of LEATHER, Snrnoaai Mailers, SHOEMAKERS AND FARMERS. He will exchange with Farmers or Stock raisers, for pro duce—Harness, Saddle and Sole Is-ath»-r, Kip. Mexican Sad dies, Muchillos, Aparejos. and everything generally that thev mav want from a Tannery. Abo, all kinds of SKINS— Elk, Deer, Antelope and Hides, Taken in exchange for Saddlery, Harness or Leather. • All orders in his line promptly attended to.-fcQ jy2Bly L deBLALWILLE. rt THE UNION AND ITS GOVERNMENT NEW STOCKTON ADVERTISEMENTS. JOSEPH D. PETERS, FREIGHTER ANT) FORWARDER, STOCKTON, CALIFORNIA. Particular attention )>»!•! to receiving Merchandise from steamboats and sailing vosaels, and forwarding with dispach. and at the lowest rates of freight, without extra charge of commission or otherwise. Mi' office In tftarlmck’s Brick Building on the levee, corner of Commerce street, directly opposite the Steamboat Landing. Orders accompanied with the cash, will receive prompt attention. a!5 din NEW HU IT AM) CONFECTIONERY STORE. KF.KI.FR k (X). announce that they have just o|*>ned . on the Is-vee, next door to the Shades Saloon, Stockton, A NEW FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY STORE, Where they are prepared to FILL ALL ORDERS IN THEIR LINE. At Wholesale nr Retail, at rates to suit the times. Their arrangements are complete lor receiving constant supplies of tin* most choice articled. MM~ Orders from the country promptly and satisfactorily attended to. KEKI.KR k CD., mb 3m Next door to the Shades Saloon, Stockton Book and Stationery Warehouse. ROSENBAUM & VAN ALLEN, IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN HOOKS, STATIONERY, Ami Musical InatrnmriiiH, LEVEE, near cor. El Dorado el., STOCKTON. ENGLISH AND AMERICAN IKKiKS. in all the different department of Literature. Standard. Poetical, Scientific and Miscellaneous Work*, to which additions are constantly he ing made. LAW AND MEDICAL hooks, comprising all the stand ard Works. A large and well assorted stock will la* found constantly In store. CHEAP PC PLICATIONS of every description, in various langnsgev All the new works received as soon as issued from the various publishing houses In the United States. STATION KRY of all kinds, embracing the ducat French, English and American manufacture Also, a choice variety of AfirsiCilL INSTRUMENTS, All of which will he sold at the lowest San Francisco prices. Orders from country dealers prumply attended to ■ fed RORENBAUM k VAN ALLEN are agents for the Alta Express Co,, at Stockton. Packages and letters Expressed t«> every city, town and mining camp In Northern Califor nia. oHqly E. E. KENNEY, ....WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER 1N.... CROCKERY and GLASSWARE MAIN STRICT, JtxxT ikhirto HOLDEN S DRUG STORE, STOCKTON. MM" .lust received, a complete and well assorted stock of— CROCKERY-WAKE, GLASS WARE, STONE-WARE, WOODEN WARE, WILLOW-WARE, CAMPHENE AND OIL LAMPS. Au*o—4TTI.EHY of all kinds constantly on hand, and for sale at greatlv reduced prices, MT MERCHANTS from the Country will find It to their advantage to give him a call before purchasing elsewhere. Stockton. OcUdier 8, 1867. oBtf K. O. LANGLEY K CO., ON THE LEVEE, HTOCKTON, ....Importers 0f.... Pure Drugs, CITEMICALS, Genuine Patent Medicines, &c., Sec.. I’EUFUMEBY, Ac., Ac., Ac. Mi“ Having received per recent arrivals, a most complete assortment of the above, they will Is* sold at the LOWEST MARKET PRICES' Also— Wholesale Dealers in Camphene. Mir Country orders particularly attended to and prompt ly <lis|wit< hed # 08 Uni SAUNDERS & HICKMAN, WHOLESALE AND DETAIL DEALERS IN HARDWARE, CUTLERY, STOVES, TIN. COPPER, SHEET-IRON WARE, MINERS’ TOOLS, Agricultural Implements, Lead Pipe, Force and Lift Pumps, Tin Plato, Zinc, Block Tin, Wire, Nails, &c., Ac. All kinds of Jon WORK, WIN'D MILLS rr<. done to order. Main at., between Hunter and El Dot ado */*., o!6tf STOCKTON. W. W. W Kit STEM. J. M. WAITE. WEBSTER & WAITE, Im|S)rtora and liealers in HARDWARE, CROCKERY. GLASS & WOODEN WARE. MINING AND AGRICULTURAL 1 M PLEMENTS. At the Pioneer Hardware and Agricultural Em|>orium, Hr irk Store, Comer of Main and El Dorado »/*., 08 3m STOCKTON. MICH AKL PHELAN’S IMPRO V E I) Billiard. Tables AND CUSHIONS, T>ATFNTF,D FEBRUARY mh, I Wirt. THERE TABLIN combine the nicest mathematical accuracy of work manship with elegance of design, and |sissess all the quali ties that are esteemed by scientific players. The Cushions are of Bii|s*rior correctness, and are lower than any others made, and so constructed as to prevent all jumping of the halls. All articles connected with Billiards at the lowest cash prices. Just Published, “THE GAME OF BILLIARDS.” by Mi chnel Phelan—Price, SI 6<k M. I*l. n'JS 180 Jackson street, Sole Agent. PHELAN’S CUSHIONS. rrxHE UNDERSIGNED WISHES TO INFORM THE PUBLIC A that he has purchased the Exclusive Patent Bight to make and sell PHELANS ‘•COMBINATION CUSHIONS.” for thi- State and Oregon, and THAT THEY CaN BE EUR CHASED OF NO OTHER PERSON IN TIIIP (TTY Purchas ers w ill protect themselves from being swindled by remem bering the al*ove facts Orders for taking down, setting up, or repairing Tables attended to at the shortest notice. Pri vale gentlemen. Clubs, or Saloon keejsTs wishing to procure Phelan's Model Billiard Tables, or “Combination Cushions,” will please address M. K. HUGHES. 180 Jackson st. next to International Hotel. oW 8a o Francisco. MILLERTON A VISALIA ADVERTISERS. Win. (.on verm-in Morris, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, COMMUMIOinCR FOR THE U .VITRO STATU COURT OF CLAIMS, AND NOTARY PUBLIC, VISALIA, TULARE CO. Will practice in the Courts of Maiiposa, Merced, Fresno and Tulare. Particular attention (riven to the collection ot claims, obtaining of Bounty bind Warrants, pay and extra pay of Seamen and Soldiers’ Pensions, &c. Cases attended to In the Court of Claimant Washington. Deeds. Mortgages, looses, etc., carefully drawn, binds located and preemp tions secured. School bind Warrants bought and sold. N B.—Mr. Mokrw olft-rs Ida services to the citizens o| Tulare County, to obtain for them the appropriation made hy the legislature of 1H67, to which they are entitled for services rendered in the suppression of Indian hostilities.— Application should lie made at once, ns the War Commission Indore whom tlic claims are to he proved, will soon termi nate its sessions o29tf Tho O n Is. Hotel, MILLERTON, FRESNO COUNTY. McRAE & RIVEECOMB - - Proprietors. Thh commodious house is fitted up and h r ulshed in a superior style, for the accommodation of |iennaiient and transient customers. The traveling com munity can rely on receiving every attention and comfort that the country affords. Permanent boarders will find here every accommo-lation pertaining to a well regulated hoarding house, and no pains spared to please. The Tabic Will |»e spread with all the luxuries and delicacies of the season, and-served up in a manner to suit the taste of the moHt fastidious epicure. ....The II a r Will at all times lie supplied with the BEST WINES, LIQUORS A CIGARS, that can be had in the city of San Francisco In the Saloon will be found Two S|>l«- 11 <1 i<l Hilliard Tables, of superior style and manufacture tj a. A STABLE IS ATTACHED TO THIS HOUSE, AND has accommodations for transient custom, as well »s team stem. The stable wilt always la? supplied with the very best of feed. T H K F E U H Y BOAT. THE PROPRIETORS have a Staunch KERRY BOAT. Im mediately opposite the Hotel, which is capable of crossing the heaviest laded wagons, and will lie attended with promptness at all hours of the day and night, jvldtf M* RAF K KIVKRTOMB. THE EAGLE HOTEL, Vlnalia, Tulare Count)’. RAGQIO, BURROUGH & Co., I’kophiktor*. '•pm-; PROPRIETOR.-- HAVE THE HONOR To ANNOI'NIT: X to the citizens of Tulare County, and the traveling pub lie generally, that they have open* d a house for their ac coinmo*lati*>n at Visalia, where they will he happy to re celve their friends and customers. YlWr h otisc is a com modious brick two storiws high, and will be kept in a atyle unsurpassed this side of San Francisco. THE TABLE Will lie supplied with the lies! the market affords. Fish and tiame in season, which will always lie served up in an axj>e rienced manner, and our Beef, Poultry, 4c., cannot be sur passed. THE BAR Will be kept in a superior style, ami constantly supplied with the CHOICEST WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. .... Attached to the house are .... Two Splendid Billiard Tables .... of Eastern Manufacture .... A Weekly Fine of Stages runs between this place and Hornitos. connecting with Mock ton, Sacramento and Sono :a. and all the Southern Mines. Passengers can rely on. at nil times, being conveyed to their destination with prompt ness ami despatch. AN EXCELLENT STABLE la attached to the Hotel, where animals are fed with Barley or Hay at the option of the owner, jyllitf RAM.IO, BCRROUOH k CO. BOWLING SALOON, Visalia, Tulure County’. L. 11. KETCHAM, .... Proprietor. THE PROPRIETOR II \S. at (X INSIDER ABLE EXPENSE, erected n Howling Aliev in the town of Visalia, where the lovers of this healthful exercise can nl all times he ac conunodated. ills MAR is supplied with the choicest U'hus, Liquors ami Cigars. He will endeavor by strict attention to the wants of his customers to merit their patronage. jylfitf lIOIINITOS HORSE HOTEL! .... A ND .... LIVEKV AND EXCHANGE STABLE, MECHANIC’S STREET, HORNITOS. JAMKS 11. WHITE : : Proprietor. The proprietor anvi ir\(T- to toe pnti.ir that he still continues tlie aliove business at his HORSE IIoTEL, on Mechanic's street, where he is prepare*! to meet the wants ol everybody, and has added to ins former stock of animals the CELEBRATED FILLY “RUFFLE TAIL,” AND THE RENOWNED PINTO FILLY “ HELA.” D -r HORSES FURNISHED WITH SINGLE MEALS, OR Boarded by the day, week or month. Comfortable single Rooms will always lx- furnished to all Horses who wish Lodging, ami also to regular hoarders. HORSES TO LET IN ANY NUMBER. A number of which are suitable for Indies' use. Immbor! tiumlaor I ! In connection with the above Horae lintel the, Proprietor HAS ALL KINDS OF 1.1 MBKH OF THE BEST QUALITY, SHINGLES, 3 FOOT HOARDS, CLEAR SEASONED LUMBER, ... .Suitable for Finishing work.... RANCHERS AND BUI I.DIRS WILL FIND A BETTER assortment of Lumlter here, than at the Mills. m- Designs for Building*, Specifications, Bills of Lumber, Estimate of Cost, etc., furnished, and will un dertake Buildings nn moderate terms. All work entrusted to him will be executed with neatness ami despatch. julyW JAMES K. WHITE. T E K M S : FIVE DOLLARS PER ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. MARIPOSA BUSINESS HOUSES. C. F. MacDEKMOT C. HERRINS I) BBIEN. Main itrret, Mariposa, SAXTON'S OrIEEIC, Have recently associated together as a Trading Firm, under the name or M AC DERMOT & CO. FOR TIIK PURPOSE OP CONDUCTINO A Wholesale and Retail Business iit GROCERIES AMI PROVISIONS; Superior Old Wines and Liquors, Of the Choicest Brand* ; HAVANA AND AMERICAN CIGARS; Clothing, Hoots and Shoes : DUCKS, DRILLS AND BLANKETS; Mining Tools, Etc. .... AND A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF .... HARDWARE. BUT We would reaper tfuily inform onr Friends and lie I'llbliu Unit "in* of the firm will remain constantly in San Francisco, for the purpose of purchasing and forwarding floods, ami !»y tiiis arrangement we will be enabled to sell floods •Is M.otr as nay Other House IN THE SOUTHERN MINES. pon cash. (H ICK NAI.ES am> SMAI.I. PUOFITS I I fall am) examine our Stock and Prii'et before pur chasing elsewhere. MAiiiroxA, July 4. 1866. sltf MACHINE SHOP ....AND.... FOUNDR Y, BULLION STREET, Immediately in the Hear of Canhmane New Store. MR n BASKET i. MACHINIST, RATING HIS MA chine Shop and Foundry now in complete working or der, would re«j»ectfully inform his friends and the public generally, that he I* now prepared to do all kind* of Out ingato 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 fasting* oflsoo Pis. weight, and will warrant all of hi# work strong and |H*rfert. If required, he will visit places requiring work done on Boil er* or Engine*. nltf war niMJARI) lIAIJJ* REPAIRED. and made perfectly round and true. Also—Balia for Hondo turned. MARIPOSA LAGER BEER. HORNNEBER Or LESMAN, .... Proprietor! of the.... NEW MARIPOSA BREWERY, RKSPKfTKri.I.Y announce to the public that their NEW RHKWKRY is completed, and they aro now manufacturing I.AGKK BEER of a superior quality to any ever offered in Mariposa county. Orders for Beer will be promptly supplied in any part of the county. Sf Families will he supplied with Beer in Bottles or Kegs, as may he most desirable. Mariposa, August, 1857. augtitf JOHN A. lIORNNERKK fTENRY LESMAN* DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP. THE COPARTNERSHIP heretofore existing under the name of N. fOHN A: CO., is this day dissolved by mu tual consent. All persons indebted to the late firm are here by notified to settle their accounts with Messrs. W. COHN .1 DEITEI.BACH, who will continue the same business as k heretofore. J. ORIRtMAX, N. fOHX. J. DETTEI.BACA, w. cxm.x. August 3d. 1867. ®»)„THE I'NDERfIONKD. residing partners of the late Firm of N. COHN k CO . have this dav formed h Co Part nership under the name of f()HN A DETTBLHACH. and so licit a continuance of the liberal patronage heretofore he stowed upon the late firm. All persons indebted to the late firm are requested to make Immediate settlement. w. ft ms. J. DKTTEI.IIACII. Mariposa. August 3d, 1H57. fln.CfiMN k DETTELBACH, are now receiving large supplies of Goods from San Francisco, ail of which will be sold at reasonable rates for fash. BEST gI’AUTY OF HAVANA CIGARS, SOLD AT PJ* CENTS. auB7-tf. La Grange Hotel AND.. . . GENERAL STAGE OFFICE, MAIN STREET, LA GRANGE. THE Hubsmliern would respectfully inform the citi zens of LA GRANGE and vicinity, also— THE TRAVELING PUBLIC GENERALLY, that they have leased thla well-known and popular estab lishment, and having completely renovated the same in its various departments, are now prewired to accommodate all who may favor them with their patronage. .... There is a large and commodious Ball Room and Theatrical Stage, ....connected with this House..., Persons ran secure seats in the Stage* at the office, for all parts of the Southern and Northern Mines. THUS. M WOODHEAD. angfifim JOHN H. RICHARDSON. MARIPOSA LAGER BEER SALOON. AT HORNITOS, OPPOSITE WELLS, FARGO k CO.’S EXPRESS OFFICE. O- W. ncinliarcit INFORMS HIH FRIENDS AND THE lITBIJC GENERAIJ.Y that he haa opened the above Saloon, ami will keep on hand the best quality of MARIPOSA LAGER BEER, Together with the Ittsl H'iuts, lAy nor s and Cigar s. He has fitted up Ida Saloon In good style, and every attention will be paid to the accommodation of all who will favor him with their custom. julyfhf PROFESSIONAL CAKDS. 9. A. JIKKRITT iI.KX. DUKRIKO. .ttf.it it itt k nr.EnijrG, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office on Main Hlreet, between Fourth and Fifth, M ARIPOSA. altf ALEX. DSSBINQ, NOTARY PUBLIC. Ilcinv G. Worthington, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. Office in Fremont’* Adobe Houne, corner Main and Fifth at*, altf MARIPOSA. ■AML. B. ALISON B. B. RARIIIB. ALISON It HARRIS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, NA IIIPOSA. Omt’K on Main, rktwkkn Fourth and Fifth Rt«. altf Nicholas Cleary, ATTORNEY (; COUNSELLOR AT LA IV f MARIPOSA, CAL. Omt'K—Ea«t «Me of Main street, between Fourth anti Fifth street a. jy23tf R . H. DALY, COUNSELLOR AT LAW? DISTRICT ATTORNEY AND NOTARY PUBLIC} MARIPOSA. Office in the Court House Building. *B-tf H. It. Hall, ATTORNEY AT LAW, STOCKTON. altf Dr. W. S. Kavanaiigli' OFFICE—ON MAIN STREET, OPPOSITE DR. IfUDRELL’M DAGI'RKREAN GALLERY. MARIPOSA. altf DR. JAMES L. CLARKE, OFFICE “ PINE TREE HOC SB,” CORNER FIFTH ANP MAIN STREETS, MARIPOSA. altf COOK & FENNER, COUNSELLORS AT LAW , Building, No. 140 Clay Street, a2o4f SAN FRANCISCO. FREDERICK A. SAWYER, Attorney and CovnteUor at Law , AVOCAT, A B OOADO, BPKAKINO PKENX'N AND SPANISH. Express Building. N. R cor. Montgomery and California ata. f a2Mf RAN FRANCISCO. N. Potty, CONSTABLE, TOWNSHIP NO. 1. Particular attention paid to the collection of Account*, Note*, Ac., jelitf Dr. If. J. PAINE,-DENTIST, HORNI T O S . IA T* OF THE FIRM OF PAINE k BEERS. Dentists «an j Francisco. in now iiennanently located at Hornitos, wiiere lie will hi* happy to attend to calls in hi* profession. Having had an extensive practice for seventeen vears. lie feels warranted in saying to nil those wishing Dental opera tions performed, or Artificial Teeth inserted, on fine gold plate, that his wort, cannot be excelled in the United State*. Terms, moderate. Consultations, free, N. B.—Dr. P. will make occasional visits to the neigh boring towns, where he will attend jiersons at their reslden* ces, upon application, either by letter oi otherwise, oltf J. B. IS BAI L. DENTIST, MAIN STREET, HORNITOS, 1 FORMERLY OF PHILADELPHIA. (PENN.) IS PFRMA -1 nently located in Hornitos. having a comfortable and convenient Office, at the El Dorado Restaurant, with all the necessary Instrument* and appliances. Will do any kind of work that jtertain* to the profession of Dentistry, in a manner which shall give entire satisfaction, or the money refunded. Artillcial Teeth inserted on Cold Plate or on Pivot, as the case may require. Teeth Plugged with pure Gold, or extracted. Children'*Teeth regulated when neces sary, and all Diaensna «»f the (Joins treated, the moat of which are called scurry of the gums. Cure, or no pay. Chloroform administered. If desired. Term* reasonable. Examination free. altf SIGNS! SiGNSM SIGNS!!! OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, pAivm) to okokr With Despatch and on Reasonable Term*. •rirnrd. •rs left at the office of the Maiupoha Dkmocrat, Horn!to*, will he promptly attended to. “RICHARDSON.” LaGraxur, Aug. 18, 1857. aug2o-3m PLAZA DRUG STORE, HOKNITOS. DR. A. D. HOYCE, 4STIIAS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A FTI.L ASSORT ment of Fresh Drug* and Medicines, ns well as all the American. English and French t henilcal* in common use, also. Shaker's Herbs. Roots, and extracts; Family Medi cine*, nil the best kind ot Pill*. Sarsaparilla*, Ointments, Salve*, and in fbet EVERY THING that could be exacted to lie found in « well stocked Drag Store. jelltf LI I 'EH r st.i iiee. MAIN STREET, A FEW DOORS NORTH OF PI.A7.A, Ilornltos. S. W. CAlill PHOPKI ETOK. A SUPERIOR “TOTK OESADI'I.I . lIOK*E*. ALWAYS ON band for Hire, on term* to suit the times. Horses boarded by the day. week or month at moderate rates. elltf NO. 35.