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DAVIS A GODFREY, Editors and Proprietors. VOL. 1. pjriptsa Hcmofrat. Office on High st., East side, below the New Plaza. TERMS: Per Annum, in advance $5 00 For six month*, in advance 3 00 Wngle copies 25 Advertisements inserted at the lowest rates. MT Kvery description of Plain and Fancy Job Printing tteatly and promptly executed. A COSTLY LUXURY. The readers, generally, of the Democrat, may bo somewhat startled when they are in formed that there is now in existence, in Bre men, Germany, a luxury, the price of a bottle of which is estimated to be over two millions of dollars! Such however, is the fact At the entertainment given by the king of Wur temburg to the Emperors of Russia and Franco, at their late meeting in his dominions, some of this wine was nsed—the entertainment thus rivaling in costliness the famous Feast of Pearls. We are indebted to a friend for the following translation from the Courrier det Etatt Unit, describing the wine: Wine at $2,000,000 per Bottle.— Among the numerous varieties of rich German luxury which the table of the King of Wurtemburg 'contained on the occasion of the meeting of W two Imperial hosts, might be seen the cel ebrated wine called Rosenwein, of which the free city o( Bremen is so justly proud. The Ifiurgoraasters only, of the city, as is well known, are permitted to take a few bottles for Ihctr own use, or to send them as presents to sovereigns and reigning princes. The history of this wine, each bottle of which is valued at X 1,000,000 francs, possesses all the marvellousness of a legend, and in Ger many no one for a moment doubts theaulhen ticity, or questions in the least the facts or sta tistics on which this high valuation is based. ; Wo give the curious history below: The wine-vaults of Bremen are the most an cient of all the vaults of Germany. They are situated beneath the Hotel deVille; one of, the lesser vaults, or niches, is called the ■ “ Rose,'" because a has relief in bronze, repre-! denting roses, serves to ornament it, and give it a distinctive mark. It contains the famous wine called “ Rosenwein,” which is now near ly two and a-hulf centuries old. In 1021, there was deposited in this vault six large ves sels of Rhenish wine, culled “ Johannisberger ” (from the ancient Abbey of Schloss Johannis berger, which now belongs to the Metternich family,) and also the same quantity of lloc heimer wine. The adjacent parts of the vaults contain wine of the same description, not less precious, although not quite so old, contained in twelve large vessels, each of which bears the name of one of the twelve Apostles, and that called Judas, notwithstanding the oppro brium attached to its name, is even more highly esteemed than the others. In other j parts of the vault are different kinds of wine, j of more recent date. As fast as a few bottles «f Rosenwein are used, they are replaced by the wine of the twelve Apostles, and this again by a wine less old, and so on; so that the sa cred vessels containing the Rosenwein, are | never emptied. A bottle of Rosenwein is valued at over two j millions of rix dollars (a rix dollar is worth four /francs —about seventy-five cents,) by the fol lowing calculation; A large vessel of wine, -containing 5 oxhoft, (204 bottles,) would have cost, in 1G24, five hundred rix dollars; count ing the expense of keeping the vault in order, etc., the contributions, the interest and com-: pound interest, and this again compounded, tone oxhoft would now be worth 555,057,040 ■rix dollars, and consequently one bottle would cost 2,723,840 rix dollars; one glassful, or the j eighth part of a bottle, 340,470 rix dollars, | .(about 1,301,304 francs per glass;) anil, in line, .one drop, counting 1000 to the glass, costs -540 rix dollars, or about 2302 francs. A citizen of Bremen bas the right to obtain « bottle when ho is visited by some distin guished guest whose name is renowned in Germany or in Europe. The city of Bremen ' .occasionally sent a bottle of Rosenwein to -Goethe on his birth day. During the French occupation, some gener als of the Empire made way with a considera ble quantity of this precious liquor, and the •citizens of Bremen think that their city has paid, in this manner, to France, a greater con tribution than all the cities of Germany to gether. An Honest Banker. —John Schmidt is a .German banker in Louisville. He suffered a run, was obliged to suspend, but did not close fete doors. He simply stuck up a notice in high Dutch that he was going to have some money pretty soon. Two days after, he took down the notice, and put up another, stating ! that he had $15,000 on hand. There was another run, and the $15,000 was soon gone. John put up the old notice again, and next day was again in funds, when, in accordance with his old plan, he changed the notice. At last accounts, there was no run on John, and his depositors had all come back to him. That ■was straightforward Dutch pluck and honesty. A Masonic Statu*. — The stalne of Wash ington in the dress of a Freemason, now under the chisel of Powers the artist, in Florence, was ordered by Fredericksburg Lodge, No. 4, it) |he State of Virginia. HORNITOS, MARIPOSA COUNTY, CALIFORNIA, THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 10, 1857. Theatrical Sketches. —Mr. Davenport—* the “ Ned Davenport” of the Bowery boys—be fore. sailing for Europe, and while attached to the Bowery Theatre, was of the lean and hun gry kind. In fact, he was extremely lean, tall as a May-pole, and slender enough to crawl through a greased flute—to use a Yankee ism. Somebody, “ up ” for Shylock, one night, was suddenly “ indisposed,” or, more proba bly, quite stupefied from the effects of the deadly poisons retailed in the numerous grog geries that really swarm near the Gotham play-houses. Well, Mr. Davenport—a gentle man who has reached a most honorable posi tion in his profession by sobriety and talent— was substituted for the indisposed Shylock, and the play went on. In the trial scene, Mr. Davenport really “ took down the house” by his vehemence, and his ferocious, lean and hungry aspirations for the pound of flesh ! One of the b’hoys, so identical with the Bowery pit, got quite worked up; he twisted and squirmed, chewed his cud, stroked his “soap-lock,” but, finally, wrought up to great presence of mind —our lean Shy lock still calling for his pound of flesh—roars out: “S’ay, look a’ here—why don’t yer give skinny de meat, don’t yer sec he wants it, s-a-y 1” The “ piece” went off with a perfect rush. Among the roads to marriage, the profes sion of “ artiste dramatique” has never passed for the most direct. Nevertheless, M’lle X—, says the Paris Figaro , of one of the boulevard theatres, lately refused a certain roll because it interfered with her prospects of “establish ing herself.” “ You believe,” she remarked to the manager, that 1 am at your theatre simply to play ? Grave mistake, sir. The theatre is for me a means, not an end. My idea is a good and solid marriage. For that reason, I insist upon performing only those characters which an observer could reasonably desire to espouse. I wish to be the young girl that Mr. Arthur marries at the fall of the curtain, and 1 wish to be ornamented by such virtues and charms that the spectator in his orchestra stall will inwardly exclaim, “What a happy man this Mr. Arthur!” Because, although from that exclamation, to imitate Mr. Arthur is a long step, still it is not an impossible one- Perhaps you may not desire to become my matrimonial agent. If so, let us destroy my engagement, and make another. You will allow me to continue in your theatre, ar.d I will pay you. You will furnish me with a pretty little repertory sauce a la conjugal, very appetizing and very tempting. What salary, w’ould you want for that ?” How the Devil Lost. — A young man who ardently desired wealth, was visited by his Sa tanic majesty, who tempted him to promise his soul for eternity, if he could be supplied in this world with all the money ho could use. Thu bargain was concluded —the devil to sup ply the money, and at last have the soul, unless the man could spend more money than the devil could furnish. The man married—was extravagant in his living—built palaces—spec ulated wildly—lost and gave away fortunes, and yet his coffers were always full. He turned politician, and bribed his way to power and fame, without reducing the “ pile” of gold. He became a fillibuster, and fitted out ships and armies, but his banker honored all his drafts. He went to the “Springs” to live, and paid the usual rates of interest for all the money he could borrow; but though the devil made WTy faces when he came to pay the bills, yet they were all paid. One expedient after another failed. The devil counted the lime— only two years that he must wait for the soul —and mocked the efforts of the despairing man. One more trial was resolved upon—the man started a newspaper. The devil growled at the end of the first quarter, was savage in six months, melancholy in nine, and “ dead broke at the end of the year. So the news paper went down, but the soul was saved. Well Done. — A gentleman recently left his homo in Attapulgus, Georgia, placing a large sum of money in his wife’s charge. To wards evening, two negroes entered the house and demanded of the lady the money, or they would take her life. Being a woman of great coolness, she saw at once it would be useless for her to attempt to evade the demand, so she produced the money and gave it to them. The negroes then remarked that as supper was nearly ready, they would stay and eat with her; and she told them to be sealed un til she got it ready. She had a vial of strych nine in the cupboard, and when supper was ready, and the robbers seated, she managed, in sweetening their coffee, to put a dose of the poison in each of their cups. They drank, and in a few moments were dead. The neigh bors were called in, and the negroes discovered to bo white men in disguise—near neighbors and friends of her husband, who had known of his receiving the money, and of his absence. Wntt a Job! —Jefferson swore “eternal enmity to everything that fetters the mind ol man.” Did he live now, what a frightful host of enemies he would have to fight against! M’li.e Rachel. —The latest Parisian jour nals state that the malady with which this artiste is afflicted, leaves no hope for her ad mirers. “THE UNION AND ITS GOVERNMENT." Sharp Siiootino. —Mr. Bass is a man of great celebrity in England. Whilst practicing with other members of the Burton-on-Trcnt Rifle Club, says an exchange, he was one day joined by a bevy of ladies, one of whom re quested to see a specimen of Mr. Bass’ shoot ing. A two inch bull’s-eye being placed, four successive shots were fired at 110 yards.— Every shot wont through the same hole, a little to the left of the centre without breaking the outer edge of the paper. On another occasion, when lunch had been discussed on the banks of the river Trent, and the black bottles looked as if their occupation was gone, employment was found for them. A wager was laid that the bottles should be recorked, and thrown into the river, seventy yards from the shooter (Mr. Bass), and that, whilst floating, the cork of each of the six bottles should bo hit to win. If the body of the bottle was struck, to lose. Every cork was struck. The weapon in this case was a pistol of peculiar construction, with a ten-inch rifle barrel. The staple fixed in the stern of a flat-hottomed fishing boat was struck, the first shot, for a wager, at 300 yards. A swan was shot through the head at 170 yards. A duck feeding upon a weir nt 820 yards, and a hare at 280 yards, were both shot dead. A hoy was seen angling upwards of 90 yards from the bridge, on which Mr. Bass was standing, with not less than two score lookers-on. A bet was made that Mr. B. would break through the upper part of the fine rod the boy was using, the first shot The weapon in this case was the pistol before men tioned. The shot was made; the line, with the whalebone mounting, fell from the rod.— The boy stood aghast. The wager was won, and handed over to the little fisherman. Bone or ms Bonk and Blood onus Blood. A woman’s life was curiously preserved by her husband in Staffordshire, lately, by the process of transfusion. She was at the point of death, when, as a last resource, a vein was opened in her arm, and one in the arm of her husband, and as the blood flowed from the latter, it was transmitted, by suitable appara tus, to the veins of the wife. After seventeen ounces had been thus injected, the pulse be came perceptible and the colorless lips red dened, the glassy eye brightened, and she thankfully said, “I am better.” The case has progressed very favorably, and the woman is recovering. Sknsiblk. —Emerson says that a great man is always willing to be little. While he sits on the cushion of advantages, he goes to sleep. When he is pushed, tormented, defeated, he has a chance to learn something; he has been put on his wits, on his manhood; he has gained facts; learned his ignorance ; is cured of the insanity of conceit; has got moderation and real skill. The wise man always throws himself on the side of his assailants. It is more to his interest than it is theirs to find his weak point. The wound cicatrizes and falls off from him like a dead skin, and when they would triumph, lo! he has passed on, invul nerable. Tmk “Vestal Priestess.” —Dion Bourci cault, in several of his plays, (in “The Life of an Actress,” especially,) holds up the stage as a platform of virtue, and Rachel as the vestal priestess. And yet a recent European news paper paragraph informs us that this pure, un married lady, being about to die, is providing for her children. There are two, Alexander and Gabriel; the first a legitimized son of Count Walewski, French Minister of Foreign Affairs, the other of loss noble origin. Smart. —The Marysville Exprenn tells of a man writing a communication against private hanking, and advising all to do as he had done, viz ; w ithdraw their money, and keep it them selves. Next morning, a genteel individual en tered the editor’s sanctum, and indignantly in quired for the author’s name, which was fur nished him. On the succeeding day, the cor respondent met the editor, and with a chap fallen countenance informed him that all his money had been stolen the night previous. Quakeress, jealous of her husband, watched his movements, and one morning ac tually discovered the truant kissing and hug ging the servant girl. Broadbrim was not long in discovering the,face of his w’ife, as she peeped through the half-open door, and rising with all the coolness of a general, thus ad dressed her: “ Betty, thee had better quit peeping, or thee will cause a disturbance in the family.” Death op Gen. Boone. —W r e have received the painful intelligence of the death of Gen. Boone, which event took place at his residence in Tishomingo county, Miss., on the 17th Sept. He was a regular descendant of the distin guished Gen. Daniel Boone, and was said to re semble him, not only in personal appearance but also in his qualities of head and heart. Affrays. —On the 21st October, in Mem phis, Tenn. A man named Keene was killed by Dr. F. Gibbes, and another named Puckett was shot accidentally by officer Butler, who fired at a fellow' named Lew is. The latter had attacked Puckett, when Butler interfered. In the other affray, Dr. J. J. Hooks was shot and dangerously wounded by Mr. Cockrell. STEAMBOATS, STAGES, AC. California Strain Navigation Co. AMnntT s BETWEEN SAN FRANCISCO AND STOCKTON Steamer CORNELIA (’apt. K. Conklin. Steamer J. BUAGDON. . .Capt Thomas W. Skf.lky Leave Jack ton Street Wharf. Hun Francisco, Daily, (Sun days excepted,) fur Stockton, at 4 r. m. Freight and Passengers will always receive the heat attention. JOS. M. PRATT. A pent at Stockton. SAMUEL J. HENSKLY, Han Francisco. PAIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY’S LINE. FOR NEW YORK AN!) NEW ORLEANS, VIA PANAMA. DEPARTURE FROM VAU.FJO STREET WHARF Tlie favorite steamship SONORA, Will leave Vallejo Street Wharf, with the United Slate* Malls, Paaacngera and Treaaure, for PANAMA, MONDAY DEC. 21, 1857, At O o’clock, A. M., Piiik liially. Passenger* by tbl* Une are landed on their arrival at Panama upon the Wharf, at the Railroad term Imi a, by the Company’a Steam Ferry Boat, and proceed Immediately BY HAZERO AI) ACROSS THE ISTHMUS TO ANPimVALL , where there ia always a Steamer awaiting their arrival. According to arrangement* now completed. Passengers arriving at Panama in the morning, invariably leave Aapln wail for New York and New Orleans l.i the afternoon of the ftame day, thus affording REGULARITY TO TIIF. THROUGH TRIP; A SAFI. PI.F. AS ANT AND EXPEDITIOUS TRANSIT FR‘iM OTFAN TO OCEAN. THROUGH TICKETS are furnished, including the transit Of 111* 1 I llllllUH. BrW“ Tieaanre for abipment will Ik* received on board the Steamer until 12 o'clock midnight, previous to the day of failing. For Freight or Passage, tpfdv to FtUIBKS & BABCOCK. Agent*. Corner Sacramento and I,eide«dorff afreet* San Francisco. A choice of berths on the Atlantic steamers Is secured by the early purchase of ticket* in San Francisco. Opposition to Monopoly Combined! THROUGH IN ONE DAY Fllllll AND TO LA ORANGE. (French Bar MURRAY'S BRIDGE, Phillips' Ferry and Uornitos. On and after Monday. April 27th. the -nham'lhor will run a Trl Weekly line of Stage to the above places : Reaving Stockton TUESDAY*. THURSDAY*. and PATUR DAYS, on t lie arrival of the Sau Francisco I mat Returning leave the office at Hornilo* at 2 o'clock. A. M., MONDAYS. WEDNESDAY*, and FRIDAYS, arriving in Stockton at 1 o’clock. I*. M H. C. lIJ.N'O, Agent. Hornitoa . Office adjoining F.l Dorado WM. B. FARRELL. Agent, Iji (Range; Office, Anderson House. Office In Stockton. In Brown's Brick Building, on the Levee. « few doors below Centre Street, jelltf TIMOTHY PAIOK. HESTON’a EXPRESS AND 11. S. MAI L STAGE LINE FROM UORNITOS TO Visalia, via Hillerton and King's Hiver. On and after THURSDAY, JULY 30th. the sut.-crlher wil run a Weekly Line of Stages from Hornitoa Ui Viaalia, via Milh-rton and King’s River, carrying a Regular EXPRESS PROM WELLS, FARGO A CO’S OFFICE, in Uornitos. and the I . H. Mail— leaving Uornitos punctually everv THURSDAY morning. ArfumifWyleave Viaalia every MONDAY morning. §,jf“ Il«e proprietor haa purchas'd a NKW FOl’R HoRSK COACH and splmdid teams, and made complete arrange ments for the comfort of passengers by Ida line. jul/2-tf T. M. HESTON, J’ropridor. jre if* .i «it .i.vl e.t/ i:.rr. A. N. FISHER & CO.’S Lino .... OF .... STAGES for STOCKTON, WILL HEREAFTER LEAVE MARIPOSA, MONDAYS WKPNESDAVH and FRIDAYS, at 1 o’clock r. u Over the New Bear Valley Road, Via MOUNT OPHTR. BEAU VALLEY. QUARTZBURO. TO HORNITUj, CONNECTING WITH Til KIR STAGE FROM HOKNITOH, TUESDAY. THURSDAY k SATURDAY, MORNINGS, VIA MURRAY S BRIDGE., SNET,LING'S. DICKINSON’S, AND HEATH k EMERY'S IERRIES. to Stooltton. nERKAFTFR thin line of Stage* will leave Mariposa ns above, at 1 o'clock, P. M., tri weekly, for Hornitoa —from which place passengers atari at 2 o'clock next morning, arriving in Stockton in time to connect w-itli the Boat for San Francisco and alao with Hie Stages for Sacra mento, making Hie trip through in one day. Also an Accommodation line leaves Hornitoa alternate nigtita with the aliove, at 12 o’clock, for Stockton, Via MURRAY’S BRIDGE, COXES’, k FRENCH BAR, (Ijigraiig**) connecting at Knigbt'a Ferry with their line t<» Sonora anil intermediate towns without stopping. Office*—at Hornitoa, at the otli**e of Well*, l argo A Co., Main street. J. I BNNEBACKKR. Agent. At Mariposa, at tlie office of Well*. Fargo k Co., Main street. 01-a-jySOtf J. B. CONDON, Ag’t. Arthur "W. Jco, MORMON BAR, One Mile below Mariposa Town. 1 have on hand a complete and suitable assortment of PROVISIONS, BOOTS, CLOTHING, 3VX X 3\T I 3\T Gr TOOUS And other Good* necessarily required by Miner*. For sale at the lowest market price, by aK-tf ART HI II VV. JEE. MARIPOSA LAG Kll BEER SALOON, AT HORNITOS, OPPOHITK WELLS, FARGO A CO.'S EXPRESS OFFICE. O- Holnliardlt I NFORMS HIS FRIENDS AND THE PUBLR GENERALLY tliat he lia* opened ltic above Saloon, ami will keep on hand the beat quality of M A HI I* 0S A I. A(J K U II EE R, Together with the Htsl trims, IJt/uors and Cigars. ft*- He bn- filled up bis Saloon in giuA le. mid even attention will be |»«i«l to the accommodation of all who will favor him with their custom. jnlyOtf TEH MS : FIVE DOLLARS PEE ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. MARIPOSA BUSINESS HOUSES. C. F. MacDEKMOT C. KKKKINS D BRIEN. Main street, Mariposa, a !»n BAXTON’B CHEEK, Have recently iWHociatod together oh a Trading Firm, under the name or M AO DERMOT & CO. FOB TIIK PURPOBK OF CONDUCTING A Wholesale and Retail Business GROCERIES AM) PROVISIONS; Superior Old Wines and Liquors, Of the Choice*t Brands ; HAVANA ANH AMERICAN CIGARS; Clothing, Hoots and Shoes; DUCKS, DIIIU.S A Nil HLANKKTH; Mining Tools, 13 to. AND A IiENERAI, ASSORTMENT OK .... HARDWAB.B. Sir We would re«i»ectfully inform our Friends and he I'u hiie that one of the (inn will remain constantly in Kan Fran'i-no, for the purixwe of purchasing and forwarding Good*, and l»y thin arrangement we will 1m- enabled to sell (roods tlx M.otr as any Other House IX THE SOUTHERN MINES, FO H. O A.BH. <i( I( K MAIaKS AND SMALIi PROFITS! ! Call and examine our Slock and Prices before pur* chatting elsewhere. Mariposa, July 4. 1860. altf LIVERY STABLE. MAIN STREET, MARIPOSA. M. 0. BARBER, : ; : : : Proprietor. TMK Proprietor thankful for tin- liberal patronage here tofore extended him respectfully informs the public that lie continues the above business at hit old stand in Mariposa w here he keeps eunstaiitly for hire, ou rotisuua hie terms, a aumher of the BEST SADDLE HORSES. WW“ I’ariles visiting Yosemlle Valley can be supplied witli animal* on short notice.* ££ (iood aci "mniodations In the way of Stabling, Horses kept by the I'nv. Week or Month, at moderate rates. Animal* receded at art hours day or night, upon applica I mu at the Stable. lIOUKI '.K BOUGHT AND SOLD. TIIK ST A HI. K is under the personal snperlntendance of thr- proprietor, and careful attention will at all times lie fir cm to animals left in his charge. n'Jikdiol LIVERY STABLE. J. Howell & Co. TETMU* respectfully Inform the |ieopleof Mari|sisa and ff tin- public generally, that they have o|iened the .Sl* hie lately kept by .1. G. Head, in the town of MAKIPOSA, ON MAIN STUKKT, Im-low the old Southern Hotel. 1 Saddle Horses ore always to 1»e found at the Stable for hire, at reasonable rate*. Tin- Is-l accommodations in the way of stabling furnished. Horses kept by the |)av. Week or Month, on reasonable Uniis. AMMALK TAKEN IN AT Aid. HOURS. ir#“ Proprietor always on hHiid.**££ nlUtf THE GEM! MAIN STREKI'. MARIPOSA. NOTICE / NO BOOKS KEPT I I T W. TORXKY respectfully Informs his friends and the *1 a public that be continues to keep a choice selection of the best brandies, Whiskies, Old Tom, and a full assortment of Wines. Is-ing thankful for past favors from Cash Custo mers, he solicits a continuance of their patronage. HOT PUNCHES, BTC., LURING TIIK SEASON. Rules of the “ Hem ” —('ash Customers—sk Brandy, 25 eta Those that pay to morrow, apply •’ further on.'’ Mariposa, Nor. Itf. 1867. MACHINE SHOP AND FOUNDRY, BULLION STREET, Immediately in the Hear of Cashman 9 New Stare. MU. N. H.V<KKI.I., MACHINIST. HAVING HIS MA chine Shop and Foundry now in complete working or der, would respectfully inform his friends and the public generally, that he Is now prepared to do all kinds ul Cast ing* 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 Casting* ol 1600 lbs. weight, nod will warrant all of his work strong and perfect. If required, he will visit places requiring work done on Roll er* or Kngines. allf MILLIARD BALL'* REPAIRED, and made perfectly round and true. Alsu—Hulls for Rundu turned. MARIPOSA LAGER BEER. H 0 R N N E B E R & I. E S M A N, .... Proprietors of the NEW MARIPOSA BREWERY, RESPECTFULLY announce to the public that their NEW BREWERY is completed, and they are now man u facto ring LAG I K HLLR of a superior quality to any ever ottered in Mariposa county. Orders for Beer will he promptly supplied in any part of tin* county. Families will he supplied with Beer in Bottles or Kegs, as may ho most desirable. Ma-iposn. August, 1867. augfdf JOHN A. lIOKNNKBKR lIKNUY LKSMAN* AMERICAN RESTAURANT, MAIN STREET, HORNITUS. BOUBBIN & GEDDES Proprietor*. The proprietors inform the.pi hi.icok hornttob and vicinity, Hint they have iqiened a Restaurant next door to the Mari|H>sn iH-mocrat oillce. and nearly opposite Wells, Fargo A- Co.'s Express office, where will be found at all hours, all the delicacies that the market alforda. Their prices ure a* follows : Hoahp, |K-r Week, (without Indglmgt $7,00 do per Day 1,26 Mkau* uv tiik Plat* By strict attention to the wants of customers, they hop* to merit a liberal patronage. 022 PROFESSIONAL CARDS. 8. A.MKRRITT *LIX. OKKRINO. MERRITT if UEERIJrO, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Offici* on Main street, between Fourth and Frith, MARIPOSA. altf A I,EX. PEERING, NOTARY PUBLIC. llenrv G. Worthington, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. Ofllee In Fremont’s Adobe House, corner Mninsnd Fifth its. •Itf MARIPOSA. ism. n. Sisson n- n. nsatun. ALISON it HARRIS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. MARIPOSA. Ofpiuk ok Maim, ■ktwkmm Pophth amp Fifth Stf. alt' Nicholas Cleary, ATTORNEY * COUNSELLOR AT LAW, MARIPOSA, CAL. Omni—East nidi; of Main street, h-tvcn Fourth and Fifth •Irwin. jj‘a!3tf R . H. DALY, COUNSELLOR AT LAW) DISTRICT ATTORNEY AMD NOTARY PUBLIC; MARIPOSA, Office in the Court House Building. rt-lf ALFRED F. WASHBURN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Office two doom North of the Poat Office, Main Street, nIIMI MARIPOSA R. B. Hall, ATTORNEY AT LAW, STOCKTON. Altf DR. H. S. BROCKWAY, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, HOEHITOB. Pr>.fe..j,.nal Atteielsnee rendered At All hntin. INtlce■ t his residenee. Hjgli street, nne donr north of Mechanic street. d 3 Dr. W. S. Kavanaugh, OFFICE—ON MAIN STREET, OPPtJBITK OR. lIUUBFJJ.’S DAOUERRFAN GALLERY. MARIPOSA. altf DR, JAMES L. CLARKE, OFFICE “ PINK TREE HOUSE," CORNER FIFTH AND MAIN STREETS, MARIPOSA. altf COOK & FENNER, COUNSELLORS AT LAW , Pui-Honii Building, No. 140 Clay Street, »29-tf SAN FRANCISCO. FREDERICK A. SAWYER, Attorney and Counsellor at Late, AVOCAT, ABOGADO, HPKAKINO KKKNCH AND BPAMBIT. Ex lire** Ihiilding, N. K cor. Montgomery and California ata., aW-tf SAN FRANCISCO. KT. Petty, CONSTABLE, TOWNSHIP NO. 1. Particular attention paid to the collection of Account*, Notes, Ac., jeittf Dr. 11. J. PAINE,-DENTIST, HORNITOS. lATR OF TIIF FIRM OF PA INK k lIKFRS, Pentlst. Fan j Francisco, is now jtermancnlly located at Hornitoa, where lie will he happy to attend to calls In hi* profemdon. Having hud mi extensive practice for seventeen veara. he feel a wairanteil in saying to nil those wishing Dental opera tions performed, or Artificial Teeth inserted, on fine gold plate, that his work cannot l*e excelled in the United States. Terms modern!*. Consultations, free. N. R.—l»r. P. will make occasional vlalta to the neigh boring towns, whore he will attend person* at their residen ces, upon application, cither by letter 01 otherwise, ollf J. B. ISBAIL. DENTIST, MAIN STREET, HORNITOS, I FORMERLY OF PHILADELPHIA, (PENN.) IS PFRMA -1 nently located in llornito*, having a comfortable and convenient Office, at the El Dorado Restaurant, with all the necessary Instruments and appliance*. Will do any kind of work that pertains to the pmlession of Dentistry, in a manner which shall give entire satl*faction. or the money refunded. Artificial Teeth inserted on OoM Plate or Pivot, a* the case may require. Teeth Plugged with pure Hold, or extracted. Children's Teeth regulated when neces sary. and all Diseases of the Onm* treated the most of which are called scurvy of the gums. Cure, or no pay. Chloroform administered, if desired. Term* reasonable. Examination free. altf SIGNS! SIGNS!! SIGNS!!! OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, Paintkd to Okiucr With Despatch and on Reasonable Term*. iff Order* left at the office of the Makicom* Dkmoout, Horuitos, will l>e promptly attended to. “RICHARDHON." Ia (i range, Ang. IH, 1867. aug2o-3m PLAZA DRUG STORE, HORNITOS. Dll. A. D. BOYCE, fTIIAS constantly ON HAND a FULL ASSORT ment of Fresh Drug* and Medicine*, aa well a* all th* American. English and French Chemical* In common use, also, Shaker * Herbs. Root*, and extract* ; Family Medi cines, all the l*eat kind of Pills, Sarsu|»arUlas. Ointments, Salve*, and ia faat EVERY THINO that could be expected to be found in a well stocked Drug Slot*. j*lltf ISO. 36.