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THURSDAY MORNING DEC. 10. ATLANTIC NEWS BY THE SONORA. The Sonora arrived at San Francisco on the even ing of the 30th nit. She brought 03ft pa ß Hen gem, 368 of whom were U. S. troops. We make the following synopsis of the news from the San Joaquin Republi can. POLITICAL. The elections in New Y’ork, Massachusetts, New Jersey ami Wisconsin, took place on 2d of Novciiilkt. In New York city the democrats have a plurality on the State ticket of ten thousand to fifteen thousand over the republicans; the Americans being far behind. The democratic candidates for the Legislature and Ju dical offices are elected. Richard Shell, (dem.) was elected to the State Senate in a district which last fall gave a majority of four thousand against the demo cratic party. He was ele» ted by four hundred majority. In Massachusetts, Banks, republican candidate for Governor, has a plurality of twenty-three thousand over (Jardner, American. Both branches of the leg islature are republican by large majorities. In Maryland, the candidates of the American party have l»een successful. In Baltimore, there was con siderable rioting, and persons were seriously injured. There is nothing decisive from Wisconsin. The official returns for Governor in Pennsylvania, foot up as follows : Packer, dem., 188,863 ; Wihuot, rep., 146,747 ; Hazelhurst, k. n., 28,260. The Legis lature stands ; Senate, 21 democrats, 12 opposition ; House, 69 dem., 39 opposition. In New Jersey the democrats are victorious. They have elected six Senators out of eight. The House stands 35 democrats, to 25 opposition. In Ohio the State officers are republican except the Canal Commissioner. The Legislature is democratic. In Louisiana the returns from the country indicate the election of the entire democratic Shite ticket. In New Orleans the know nothing party were successful, by a system of intimidation towards adopted citizens, aud natives, who were democrats. MISCELLANEOUS. The financial pressure still continues severe in near ly every part of the country, though in some sections there appears to be some hopeful symptoms of relief. Failures continue, however, to take place, but not so frequent as heretofore. Could labor Ik* provided, and business confidence restored, the crisis would soon pass away. The Post Office Department has closed a contract with Messrs. Butterfield A Co., for the conveyance of the entire letter mail,semi-weekly, in four-horse coach es, to California. The trip is to be made in twenty five days. The route has two starting points on the Mississippi—one at St. Louis, and the other at Mem phis, making a at Little Hock. From Little Hock it passes by or near Preston, Texas ; thence to the l>est crossing on the Rio Grande, near Fort Fill more ; thence along the road now making to Fort Yu ma. and thence through the best valleys and passes to San Francisco. Patents have l»een issued by the Land Office for the Sanchez and Fernandez ranches, in this State. Mr. Crawford, the Americ an sculptor, died at Lon don, on the 10th of October. Advices from Washington state that the British government will take no steps with referenc e to the Nicaragua transit, except in conjunction with the government of the United Stales. New York is wild with crime. Between Saturday and Sunday nights there were any number of riots, mutinies, highway robberies, arsons, larcenies, deaths by violence, mysterious disappearances and a long cat alogue of minor crimes. The English pajM*rs say that Mr. Ten Broeck's mare, j Prioress, won the New Market f 10.000 stake and cup. I There were thirty-six horses started, among them sev- ! eral of the best and most distinguished horses in ; Europe. Prioress was not noticed by anyl»ody hut her Yankee friends. The English sportsmen bet one hundred to one against the American mare. The race consisted of two heats. The first was pronounced by the judge, a dead heat with Prioress. Queen Bess and El Hakim. The deciding heat st-ssl us follows : Mr. H. Ten Broeck's Prioress, by Sovereign, (bred in America,) 4 yrs. 6 st. 9 lbs.. (Fordham rid«*r.). 1 Capt. Smith s El' Hakim, 3 yrs. 6 si. 9 lbs., (Bruy rider,) ; ■ 2 Mr. Saxon’s Queen Bess. 3 yrs. 4 st. lOlbs., (Grim shuw rider.) 2 The deciding heat was run, says the Pont, in a deepening twilight, which rendered it impossible to distinguish the colors of the riders at a distance. El Hakim was first off, but after going about fifty yards, Prioress overpowering F'*rdham, rushed to the front and carried on the running to the ditch gap. where she was pulled back and la)’ alsuit three lengths In .the rear, Queen Bess going on with the lead, closely attended by El Hakim. On corning down to the bushes hill, Prioress hung to the left, and a shout wus raised of 44 the American’s beaten I ” But Fordham roused the mare with his whip, and Irefore reaching the foot of the hill she bore her colors in advance, jmd quitting her opponents hall way up the cords, won cleverly by a length and a half; El Hakim beat ing Queen Bess by a head only for second place. A loud and prolonged cheer hailed the triumph of the American colors, and Mr. Ten Broeck was warmly congratulated upon the first victory achieved by him in England. An objection was made by the rider of Queen Bess against the rider of El Hakim on the ground of a cross. Besides the stake, which is worth from 110,000 to $14,000, it is said Mr. Ten Broeck has won in l»cts nearly a quarter of a million of dollars. Prioress now .occupies the proud position of first favorite for the Cambridgeshire stakes, a prize worth about SIO,OOO. Itds stated that Lecompte is dead. A shooting affray occurred at the Cumberland Val ley depot, in the cars. Hon. Joseph C. McKihben, member of Congress from California, and his brother, Robert P. McKibbm, attacked their brother-inlaw, Mr. Isaac Craig, of Pittsburg, for the seduction of a sister of the McKibbens, as alleged by the affidavit of the victim, who is deaf and dumb, and said to have occurred while on a visit to her sister in Pittsburg.— The Mc’Kibben* eac h hud a revolver, and commenced firing at Craig, who almost simultaneously relumed the lire with a revolver iu each hand. Some twenty shots were fired. Craig received one bull from Joseph )n the right groin, and one from Robert in the buck, over the right hip. Roliert escu|»ed entirely—Joseph .was very slightly wounded in the right arm. Neither ,of Craig's wounds is dangerous. Gen. Walker is all ready for starting on another ex pedition. The United States steamer Fulton is watch ing his movements. JThe wife of ex President Piero* was iu delicate health. Mr. Pierce hud determined to spend the win der in Madeira- President Bucks nun. on learning the fact, gracefully tcndcicj them a passage in the U. K ship Powhatan. Mr. Patrick Dillon, late French Consul at ftau Fran cisco, had just died tit Paris, after a lingering illness, contracted during his residence at San Francisco, Burns, the fugitive slave whose re-capture caused such excitement in Boston a few yearn ago, is now a student in the Fairmuuut Theological Seminary, near Cincinnati, He has been studying a year or so post at Oberlin. President Buchanan moved hi* household on Mon day, Nov. 2d. from lus recent summer summing place—the United States Military Asylum—and his family are therefore instated for the season at the Ex ecutive Mansion, § There were thirty-nine deaths by yellow fever, iu urlaans, for the week ending on the 26th Oct, BARLEY. 100,000 POUNDS FOK SALE 11V MER( Kit KAMA or- APAM YATES. Arrival* at the Hnrnlloa Hotel, from l>rr. 4. 4—CTiaa Benbrook; 0 8 Harden; I.lingers. Gentry'* Gulch: Clms S I’eck, MnripoN«: 1* Diddle do .1 W Huey do W ly Ward; J A Morton, Indian Gulch; s—lew!a Aschworth; 8 M Alverson, S Francisco, n Irven do N I* lae do N M I'nltur. Mobile. Ala; D W Nelson, Stockton; 7—M Goodman Mariposa; G II ('renshuw . Hear Valley Hornitos P. o.—Arrivals and Departures of Mails. Arrives from Stockton at 8 o'clock, P. m.. every Monday, Wedneaday, and Friday. leaves for same place on alter nate days, at 2 o'clock, a. m Arrives from Mariposa at fi o’clock, p. m., every Monday. Wednesday, and Friday. leaves for tame place on alter nate days, at 3 o’clock, a. h. Arrives from Millerton and Visalia at 5 o'clock, P. n., eve ry Wednesday, and leaves every Thursday at 6 o'clock, A. u. fLOSIHU OF THE HAIL. THE MAIL will close at this Post Office for the Atlantic States and Europe, on FRIDAY, December 18. at 9 o'clock, P H. W. G. GOSS, P. M. HoHJUToS, Dee. 10, 1*57 "MARIPOSA DEMOCRAT” NEWSPAPER AND JOB PRINTING OFFICE. The Proprietors would inform their patrons and the public that they are now prepared to execute, NEATLY, CHEAPLY AND QUICKLY, ALL DESCRIPTIONS OF PROGRAMMES, INVITATIONS, CIRCULARS, TICKETS, POSTERS, BLANKS, CERTIFICATES, HANDBILLS, BILLHEADS, RECEIPTS, CARDS, and LABELS, ....in,,.. COLORED IMKS AND IN BRONZE OF ALL COLORS. HAVING always on hand A Large Supply of the Beit Material, .. . . AND HAVING. . . . FACILITIES FOR DOING WORK CHEAPLY, THKY Cannot fail to frlvc Satisfaction , AND ARE RESOLVED TO IK) JOB WORK CHEAPER THAN EVER. TO ADYEBTISEBS TUE “DEMOCRAT” AFFORDS SCPKMIMOK jiDV'JtjrTjiGKS* As it is widely circulated throughout the en tire Southern portion of the State, and is very extensively patronized by the citizens of Tu lare, Fresno, Stanislaus, Merced and Mariposa counties. Sheriff's Sale. BY virtue of a decree of foreclosure of mortgage and order of sale Wued out of the District Court of the Thirteenth Judicial District, in and for the County of Maripoita, State of California, in the action of Frank Williams against William Nichola, duly at tested the twentieth day of November, A. D., one thousand eight hundred and iiHy-s* v»ii. 1 am commanded to sell the following property, to-wit: That certain piece or parcel of land known as "Nich ols' corral” and dependencies, situated in the county of Mariposa, and easterly of the town of Mariposa, and about hair hundred (400) yards east of the old Meth odist Church on bullion street; Ismnded on the north by Smith's corral ; east bv the claim of Steiner ; south by the corral of French llenrv, and west by the lot noon which the Public School House is situated, in cluding the said corral, a certain well of water, and the enclosed lands thereto adjoining, consisting of six (6) acres, more or less—which said land Ss duly re corded in the Recorder's Office of said county—with all the improvements, privileges, appurtenances and tenements thereto belonging. Notice Is hereby given that, on SATURDAY, the TWELFTH (12th) DAY OF DECEMBER, A. D., One thousand eight hundred and titty-seven, between the hours of 10 o’clock, a. m.. and 4 o'clock, p. m., i will expose for sale at Public Auction, at the front door of the Court House, in the town of Mariposa, the above described property, or bo much thereof ns will satisfy said judgment anil costs of suit, to the highest bidder for Cash. J. I). CRIPPKN, Sheriff of Mariposa County. Mariposa, November 26th, 1857. n2Hld Dll. P. M. O’BRIEN, VA LLEJO ST, BETWEEN STOCKTON AND DUPONT\ SAN FRANCISCO. HAVING DISCONTINUED his Professional attendance at the Hospital of the sisters of Mercy, will in future at lend solely to PKIVATK practice. Patients at a distance from San Francisco. wishing to consult him by letter can do so by enclosing the usual Fee of Ten Isillars. Those wishing to place themselves more immediately under bii care, can be provided with private lodgings. d 8 3m HOLIDAY PRESENTS FOB SALE BY BARRETT & SHERWOOD, 135 MONTGOMERY ST., SAN FRANCISCO. ARTICLES OF GOLD: CONSISTING of Ladles nnd Gentlontiien’s watches of all descriptions ; chatelaine fob, vest, guard and neck chains; sleeve buttons and studs; brooches, bracelets and ear rings; pencil eases, lockets, buckles, rings, card cases, snuff boxes, seals, keys, eye glasses, ribbon slides, charms, thimbles, cane heads armlets, crosses, necklets and everything new and beautiful in coral work, cameos, jet work and mosaics. ARTICLES OF SILVER: CONSISTING of napkin rings, cups, knife, fork and spoon In cases; salt-cellars, spoons and forks, ice-scoops; fish, desert, butter, fruit, pie and cake knives; pitchers and gob lets; tea-sett* complete; cake-baskets, castors, butter dish es, salvers, liquor-stands, trays, coffee urus, liquor mixers, card baskets, etc., etc. Diamonds set m every style of ornament now worn by either hex; Quarts work, for which weublained the First Premium at the Mechanic’s exhibition; we were also award fid a prise for the manufacture of watch cases. Country orders sent by express, are attended to with punctuality and dispatch, and satisfaction lu all comm guar anteed . air Watch repair* command our particular and prompt attention,-%* d3-2tn Summons, Plate of California, County of Stanislaus, ) In tha IHslfwt Court of the Thirteenth Judicial IHstrict. J John D. G, Kuoeplffer, pjl'lf. Action brought in the vs J> District Court of the Felicia Dincber Knoepfller. deft. I Thirteenth Judicial Dis trie I. and the Complaint iiled in tfie County uf ManUbius. In the office of the Clerk of the said District Court, 301 b October. A D., I«6T. The People of tiie State of California, send greeting: hi Felicia Di/vbcr Knooplller. You arc hereby required to appear in an action brought against you by tjie above uunied I laintiff in Die District Court u( the Thirteenth Judicial District, in and fur the County of Stanislaus, and to answer the Conn lain! Hied therein, within ten days (exclusive of the day of service,) after the service on you of this summons, if served with in said County; if served out of the County, but within said Judicial IMs trie t, within twenty days; or if served out of said District, than within forty day*, or judgment by de fault will he taken against you. Tha sold action is brought to obtain a Decree of Divorce from l)t* bomls of matrimony as dinwn by ralerenoe to com plaint. and II you fall to apja-ar and answer the said com plaint a- above required, the plaintiff wilt take Judgment by default. Given under my hand nnd Seal of the District Court of t-o-Ai i the 13lh Judicial District, this 80tb day of October, 1 "* J A. I)., 1867. WM. I). MrDAMFJ., Clark. S, P. Bt.vv)Kkk, Plff's Attorney d 3 3m MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. M ASONIC MALL. At Hornltosi. THE MANAGERS WOULD RKSPEITFULLY ANNOUNCE to the public, that a MASONIC BALL will be given at the HOUMTOS HOTEL, on CHRISTMAS EVE, THURSDAY DEC. 24th. Extensive preparation* are being made for the entertain ment, to render it pleasant and agreeable to all who may n t tend. MANAUERS t P. M. I*ool., JNO. F. CLARK, Dr. D. C. McCROSKY, T. G. THORNTON, B. F. HOB 3, P. B. SMALLWOOD. Floor Managers 1 S. W. CARR 0. B. GILMORE. Ticket*, including Supper Eight DeHart. Mi-hic ht Jacob Browning's Quadrille Band. JUST RECEIVED, A general assortment of PARLOR AND COOKING Stoves, HARDWARE, TIN AND COPPER-WARE, SHEET mOX, AND MINERS’ TOOLS, lIV JACOB KOCIIER, STORE ON THE PLAZA, RORNITOB. JUST RECEIVED. A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF Conking. Parlor, Air light, and other Woven, etc. Roofing, Jobbing of every description done to order, in a manner that cannot fail to "tilt. All orders will be attended to with promptness and <lis patch. n'Jfitf (HEAP CASH STORE At Tulito. G. BERNARD INFORMS HIS FRIF.NDR AND CUSTOMER* AND THE Public general!}, that be still continues receiving some of the iinest lots of HOODS at the old stand at Tulito, two miles and a half South of Hornitos, That was ever brought to this section of th»- country, such as GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, CROCKERY, CLOTHING, 11ARDWAUE, ROOTS A SHOES, WINES AND LIQUORS, AND AIX KINDS OF Farmers' and .Winers’ Supplies, Which will lie sold low for Ca*h. WHEAT AND BARLEY taken in exchange for Goods, at the Highest Market Prices. GOODS DELIVERED by Pack Animals and a Wagon All order* promptly attended to, and Goods punc tnally delivered. G. BERNARD. jy2:3«i Xaa Grange Hotel .... AND GENERAL STAGE OFFICE, MAIN STREET, LAGRANGE. THE mjhsrrihefH would respectfully inform the rlti* xens of LAGItA.VGF and vicinity, also— THE TRAVELING PUBLIC GENERALLY, that they have leased this well known and ixipulnr e-«l«b linhment. and having completely renovated the Mime in its various departments, are now prepared to accomiiHslale all who may favor them with their patronage. .... There is a large and commodious.... Ball Boom and Theatrical Stage, .... connected with this Mouse.... Persons can secure seats in the Stages at the office, fur all parts of the Southern and Northern Mines. THOR. M WOODHEAI). angf.fim JOHN If. RICHARDS 4 »N. AGUA FRIO TANNERY. At Asua Frio. L. deBLAINVILLE, Proprietor. THE Subscriber raflpectfally informs the citizens of Mari poaa and surrounding counties, that his Tannery is in successful operation, lb- has a choice assortment and will keep constantly on hand every variety of LEATHER, Barnoaa Mnltora, SHOEMAKERS AND FARMERS. He will exchange with Farmers or Stock raisers, for pro duce—Harness, Saddle and Sole leather. Kip. Mexican Sad dies, Muehillus, A pan'ins. ami everything generally that they may wan* fn>m s Tannery. Also, all kinds of SKINS— Elk, Deer, Antelope and Hide,, Taken In exchange for Saddlery, Harness or leather. Of. All orders in his line promptly attended in tt jySly I* deBLAINVILi.K. BAKHRT. Main Street, Hornltoa. LOUIS HADLICH & S. BPOERIE, Rk-I'H th ij.y inkikm thk hi: 111.1 c that thkv have always on hand, ready to be served at all hours, HOT COFFER ANDTFA. PIES AND < AKKS HOT ROLL* AND FRESH BITTER. ALL KINDS OF CONFECTIONERY, AND CAN FRUTOOF EVRKY DESCRIPTION. Lager Beer (Agua Frio Distillery.) and the best flavored Havana Cigars. jell if NOtl O O , COUNTY SURVEYOR’S OFFICE. ) Miiikrton, Kmehno Co.. November ad., 1857.£ THK undersigned. Surveyor of Kresnn County, res pi ct ful ly inlonns the Public that he is now prepared to Sur vey S wamp and Overflowed Land ; Preemption Claim*, and all kinds of Surveying, Civil Engineering etc Also, that he will attend to having the Declaratory Statement-, taken of persons wishing to locate Public tands. Any business entrusted to his charge will Ik* promptly attended to on application at his office in Millerton T. C ST.VU.O. nl- Sm County Surveyor, Fresno Co. Notice to Creditors. In tlie County Court of MhHihma County, ) Stole of California. ) In the* matter of the Petition of Charles Bruce and William D. Bruce : Insolvent Debtors. 1> URhIIANT t<» mi order of tin* lion. J. M. Hondo rant, Judge of the County Court aforesaid, notice in hereby given to all Hu- Creditor* of Hit* said Charles Bruce and William D. Bruce, Insolvents, to be and appear before the Hon. J. M. Bond' l rant, aforesaid, in chambers at the (J.wirt House, in die Town «»f Marino* sa, on the TWENTY-FIRST DAY OF DECEMBER. A. D., K.T.ut 10 o’clock, a. m.. of that day; then and there to show cause, if any they have, why the prayer of the *aid Insolvents should nut be granted, and an assignment of their Estate and property Is mail'-. and they lie discharged from their debts and liabilities, In pursuance of the Statutes in such cases made and provided. Witness my hand and the Seal of said Court, this 11 Mi day of November, A. D-. Ih.*>7. Okal ] WM. A. GUARD. Clerk. Ai.mson A Harris, Ally’s for Petitioners. Mariposa, November 19ln, 1857. nl'Jtd SEED OATS. 20,000 POUNDS FOR SAI.F. HY MKIWKD FALLS. 022 ADAM VAXES. MILLERTON A VISALIA ADVERTISERS. Win. GmiverneUt Morris, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, OovMiwoni roH tmk Umtkd St atm Cotht ok ti aims. AND NOTARY PUTLIC, VISALIA, TULARE CO. Will piucticein the Court* of Mariposa, Merced, Fre*no ninl Tulare. Particular attention given to t)>«■ collection ol claim*, obtaining of Bounty land Warrant*, pay ami extra pay of Seamen ami Soldier*' Pension*, Ac. Caw* attended to in tbe Court of Claim* at Washington. Deed*. Mortgage*, U-a-e*, etc., carefully drawn. land* located and preeinp tlona secured. School land Warrant* bought and sold. V B—Mb. MOBRM offer* Id* service* to the citir.cn* of Tulare Count}. to obtain for them the appropriation made by the l*gialature of 1H67. to which they are entitled for nervine* rendered in the suppression of Indian himlillties.— Application should be made at once, a* the War Commission Indore whom the claim* art* to be proved, will wain termi nate its session* u'JUtf Tlio Oalc Hotel, MILLERTON, FRESNO COUNTY. McRAE & EIVERCOMB - - Proprietors. This commodious house is fitted up and run* ninbed in a sn|>erior *tyle. for the acconnnodalion of l>erinanent and transient customers. The trateliug corn inanity ran rely on receiving every attention and comfort that Hi** country a (Top I*. Permanent boarders will find here every accommodation pertaining to a well regulated boarding house, aud no pains spared to please. The Table Will be spread with all tbe luxuries and delicacies of the *eason, and served up in a manner to suit tbe ta*te of the most fastidious epicure. ....Thr II nr.... Will at all times be supplied with the BKBT WINKS. LIQUORS ft CIGARS, that can be bad in tbe city of San Francisco In tbe Saloon will be found Two Splendid Billiard Table*, of superior style and manufacture STABLE IS ATTACHED TO THIS HOUSE, AND ha* accommodations for Iran dent custom, as well a* team sters. Tbe stable will always be supplied wdlb the very liest of feed. THE FERRY BOAT. THE PROPRIETORS have a HU .inch FKRKY BOAT. Im mediately opponite tbe Hotel, which is capable ol crossing tbe heaviest Uded wagons, ami will Is* attended with promptness at all hour* of tbe dav and night, jylfitf H'.RaE A; R1VB&00MB. THE EAGLE HOTEL. Visalia, Tulare County. RAOGIO, BURROUGH A Co., Pbopkietok*. rpilK PROI'UI.TORSHAVK TMK HONOR TO ANNOUNCE X to the citliens of Tulare County, and the traveling pub lie general!*. tliat they have opened a boase for their ao comm'Mlstion at Visalia, where they will be happy to re reive their friend* and customers. Their house i« a com modious brick two stories high, and will be kept in a style un*ur|>ssMiMl this side of San Francisco. THE TABLE Will be supplied with the ho«t the market affords. Fish and Came in -ea*on, which will always Is* served up in an e*|s* riem-cd inantier, and our Beef, Poultry, Ac., cannot be sur passed. THE BAH Will be kept in a superior style, and constantly supplied with the CHOICEST WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. .... Attached to the house are .... Two Splendid Billiard Table* ....of Eastern Manufacture..., f*. A Weekly Line of Stage* runs between this place and Hornitos, connecting with Mock lon, Hacramento and Hono ra, ami all the Southern Mine*. Pa»«enger* nan rely on. at all time-, being eonveyed to their destination with prompt ness and despatch. AN EXCELLENT STABLE is attached to the Hotel, where animal- are fed with Barley or Hny at the option of the owner. Jyietf RAGGIO, HURRoUGH k CO. HOWLING SALOON. Visa I In, Tulare County. I*. R KETCH AM, .... Pkophiktor. THE PROPRIETOR HAS, AT CUNSIDEBABLE EXPENSE erected a Bowling A Her in the town <if Visalia, where the lovers of thl* h**ulthful exercise can at all limes he oc commodated. His BAlt is supplied with the choicest If 'turn, MAquors and Cigars. He will endeavor by strict attention to the want* of hi* customers to merit tbeir patronage jylfitf SULLIVAN & CO. GRANITE STORE, MAIN HTKK.KT, MAUIIMINA. IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC WINES AND LIQUORS, HAVANA SF-GARS, PROVISIONS, GROCERIES, DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS, HARDWARE, MINING TOOLS, And a variety of article* soiled to the wants of a Mining and Farming community, which we will sell at LOWER RATES FOR CASH, than any other establishment in the Southern Mines. WK H AVR RECENTLY OPENED A BRANCH of our lion.**** in HAN FRANCISCO, through which we now receive our hiijiiilum direct from NEW YORK AND BOSTON. By thiH arrangement we are enabled to noli our flood* at price* which will defy competition. Purchasers are In vited to call and examine our Slock and Price*. P. H.... All order* entrusted to ns will be promptly attended to and particular attention paid In the SAFE and SPEEDY delivery of Good* In till* and ueighlxa-ing Towns. THE SAME ADVANTAGES ARE TO BE HAD AT OUR STORE AT Ooultervllle, nltitf MAXWELL’S CREEK. al SULLIVAN & CASIIMAN, IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS IN Fort'ign and DoiucHtftc Wines and Liquors, CORNER OF CLAY AND FRONT STS., SAN FRANCISCO. PICK TO SKTTLKIIS OS U. S. LANDS. The undersigned will give special atiention to the locating of Military Bounty I.and Warrant*, for beltler* on l uiied Mat* ■> Surveyed Lund* to be offered at Public Sale, by order of the Preiddent of the United State*, in May next. Such Warrant* wdl be received at the differ ent Ij»nd Office* in thia State, at the rate of $1 :’JS |»er acre, and th<* assignments in all cases, when made by n*. GUAR ANTEED. Partlc* tedding such Warrant*, and desiring to sell, will receive the highest im*h market price, and lho*e deairing to PURCHASE, I Of’ATK, OR PROVE UP THEIR CLAIMS, will do well to oall upon u*. Settler* atadlalance wishing to locate warrant*, can -1., ao through Power of At torney, which will he rurni*hed by u* uj«»n application through letter. Charge* moderate. F. O. WAKEMAN. WM. L. HIGGINS. Notary Public, San Francisco Hkkalo office. Applications for Bounty Land Warrants correctly made out. and all Claim* against the United State* Government, or ngaiu*t (he New Granadian Government, by reason of losses* suHtained during the Panama Riot* of April the 16lh, IHSO, collected ih rough our Special Agent at Washington, n'tdin irt.lm'Jdp HORNITOS BUSINESS HOUSES. B. PITT, WIIOMSMIJS ANIt RCTAII. nrAT.FR IN GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, HARDWARE. CROCKK.KT, TIK-WARK. WINKS, LIQUORN, CIGAR*, CLOTHING, HOOTS AM) SHOES, AC.. AC., And all kind* of Minors’ Supplies MAIN STREET, HORNITOS. HAVING recently added a Fresh lot of supplies to hia large stock of Goode, he in prepared to furnish hie cue tomere with Goode froeh, at SAN FRANCISCO COST. All order* will he promptly attended to, and all weight* and measures warranted correct. IrT Pack animal* alway* in readinee* for the accommo datiuu of customer*. Hie same attentions and advantages are to be had at his STORE IN INDIAN OULCH. Ami also, at the Store of B. PITT & CO., IN BEAR VALLEY. Hornitoe, October A, 1857. ofi-tf P. HUittKY 8. G. BROWNFIELD. New Firm, ....AWD Nkw Stock ok PROVISIONS, GROCERIES, MININGS UTENSILS, CLOTHING, LIQUORS, HARDWARE, Ac., Ac. And all articles common to the want* of a MINING AMI FARMING COMMUNITY. HUSSEY * BROWNFIELD WOCLD elate, that having recently formed a Copartner •hip. and taken the Store of YATErt k BROWNFIELD in HORNITOS. they are prepared to supply all with GOOlti OF GOOD QUALITY, lijsin the moat reasonable terms. Ijarco Addition* Have been, and will lx- made to the former Stock of Goods purchased from Or-*t hand* In ran Frnncisoo, which will be sold for Cash for a small advance. The attention of the public Is requested to their stock, and facilities for trade. JT#“ STOII/.—South East Corner of the I'lhu, Hornlto*. oN tf GOME AND SEE. A. Or. BLACK., \T THE OIJI HTAN’D OK BURTON It BARKER, KEEKS constantly on baud. GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, Hardware, and Choice Liquor*, CHAIRS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, liu and Clauei, til to b< Soli Champ for Cub. You can't mat the place if you call at WEI.IJA, FARGO A CO.'S EXPRESS OFFICE, Somltoa. Call and look at the good a, nothing will be charged forth# examination of their quality. je‘^stf LE MASNE & NAVARRINE, DEALERS IN Groceries, Provisions, Crockery, and HARDWARE, VBff SIDE OF THE PLAZA. HORNITOS. HAVK ALWAYS ON HAND. AND ARE CONTINUALLY receiving fresh aupplie* of Groceries, Provisions, 4c., and all kinda of .HlncrP Supplies, Which will he "old low tor Cash. A Pack animal will kept for the accomodation of custom era in the country. They will endeavor to please all who may favor them with their custom, ami keep constantly on baud a fresh slock of supplies. jelltf HORNITOS MEAT MARKET. Montgomery A Cocanour, • Proprietor!, MAIN STREET, HORNITOS. Wholesale and Retail I sutlers m Ml HE EF. Pork and Mutton. SSL The i’Roprietobs soliht a continuance of the Public patronage. Their market will at all times be furnished with FINE FREHI MEAT, and Hie beat that the country alTorda. FAT CATTLE FOR SALE, .... Suitable for KuUAMNrtag MEAT win be FumLhed at tb*> followinir fikices by accmiiKHkitinf carders. Qnartslxirg. Merced Faßs, Snell ing’s. Phillips’ Flat. Rum Hollow, Corbitt's. etc. jylCq HORNITOS HOTEL. WILLIH (I. (iOKS and J. J. SHOUT :: Pkopkiktokh. Bornltos. mills HOI’SE HAS JUST BEEN THOROUGHLY HENOVA I. ted and refitted throughout, and is situated in a plea*- ant, quiet pari of the town. Guests will find THE BEST ACCOMMODATIONS at thin house, tb.it there is this aide of the city of Ban Francisco. THE T A BLE will at all times contain the delicacies of the season, nerved in a superior manner hy mu ex|terfenced cook. A DAILY LINK OF STAG I* leaves this Hotel for Stockton and intermediate points : also a tri weekly line to Mariposa, and a regular line to Mlllerton amt Southern couauy. •rtf • lUROBI AT THIS HoTKL, MotWW ATF.-fcfi, Jelfitf PACIFIC BILLIARD SALOON, SOUTH SIDE OF THE PLAZA. HORNITOS. The undersigned having leased the above named popular plaoe of resort, haw at great expense refilled it for the accomodation of the public. The house is supplied vLh two excellent BILLIARD TAULKS and Bag atelle. The liar is always replete with the best of Wines, Liquors, Cigars, etc. COLD AND WARM BATHS. LODGING BY THE NIGHT, WEEK, OR MONTH. A muxical entertainment will be given every evening, un der the direction of the celebrated pianist CROCKER, assist ed by other artists. jell tf WM. CROCKER & CO. BLACKSMITHS AND HOUSE-SHOEING. LOIB WALES, Respectfully informs the citizens of hornitob and vicinity, that he U still currying on business at Ins old stand, on the new Plaza, and is prepared to do all kinds of work np|>erlaining to general BLAOKSMITHINQ BUSINESS in a style superior to any in tlie county. Orders from any purl of this, or the neighboring counties promptly tilled.* uit Minora, Minora. Picks sharpened in a superior style, with a view to temper and durability. jelltf BLACKSMITH’S TOOLS FOB SALE. Bf A complete set of BLACKSMITH’S TOOLB, In good order and nearly new. for sale very cheap. FOR CASH. Inquire at ih« Cheap Cash Store of Hornitoa, Oct. 15th, 1867. J. ti. ROGERS. NKW STOCKTON ADVERTISEMENTS*. SAUNDERS & HICKMAN, W HOI, KM ALK AMD BKTAIL DBALKKB IM HARDWARE, CUTLERY, STOVE*, TIN. COPPER, SHEET IRON WARE, MINERS’ TOOLS, Agricultural Implements, Lead Pipe, Force and Lift Pumps, Tin Plate, Zinc, Block Tin, Wire. Hails, Ac., Ac. All kind* of JOA WORK. WIND MIIJ.S, nr. done to order. Main w. 1.. fwtireen Nvnler ami El Dorado ifi., olfitf STOCK Toy. JOSEPH 1). PETERS, FREIGHTER AND FORWARDER , STOCKTON, CALIFORNIA. Particular attention paid to receiving Merchandise from stcamh«iats and sailing vessel*. and forwarding wlllidirfpach. and at the lowest rate-* of freight, without extra charge of commission or otherwise. W Office in btarbuck’s Brick Bufldmg mi the Levee, corner of Commerce street, directi) opposite the Steamboat Landing. Orders accompanied with the cash, will receive prompt attention. aI6-ttm Fruit and Confectionery Store. KEELER a 00. announce that they have just oja-ned on the l*vee, next door to the Shades Saloon, Stockton, A NEW FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY STORE, Where they are prepared to KILL ALL ORDERS IN THEIR LINE. At Wholesale or Retail, at ratea to suit the tiroes. Their arrangements are complete lor receiving constant supplie* of the roost choice articles. iff orders from the counter promptly and satisfactorily attended to. KEELER k CO., mO-3m Next door to the Shades Saloon, Stockton Book and Stationery Warehouse. ROSENBAUM&TvAN ALLEN, IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN HOOKS, STATIONERY, And Musical Instruments, LEVEE, near cor. El Dorado *L, STOCKTON, ENGLISH AND AMERICAN HOOKS. In all the different department of Literature. Standard. Poetical. Scientific and Miscellaneous Works, to whioh additlens are constantly be* iug made. LAW AND MEDICAL BOOKS, comprising all the stand ard Works. A largv and well assorted stock will be found constantly In store. CHEAP PUBLICATION* of every deacriptlen. in various languages. All the new works receive*! as soon as issued from the various publishing houses in H»e t'nited States. STATIONERY of all kinds, embracing the finest French, English and American manufacture Also, a choice variety of MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS^ All of which will be sold at the lowest Ban Francisco prices. Orders from country dealers promply attended to ROSENBAUM k VAN ALIKS are agents for the AIU Express Co., st Stockton. Packages and letter, El pressed to every city, town and mining camp in Northern Califor nia. ofcjly E. E. KENNEY, ....WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEAIJER IN ... CROCKERY and GLASSWARE MAIN STRICT, nn too. TO HOLDEN’!* DRLO STORK. STOCKTON. Juit r-'-.iv.il . oKini'l.iU* and wrll MKtrlwl .tuck »f CHOCK ERV-W ARE, GLASS WARE, STONE-WARE, WOODEN WAKE. WILLOW-WAKE, CAMPHENE AND OIL LAMPS. AIso—TITLERV ef allklnds constantly wn haad,nadfor sale at greatly reduced prices, Btjr* MERCHANTS from tlic Country wifi find If to thelt advantage to give him a ••;»* before purchasing elsewhere, Stockton, twioU-r S, 1857. ofitf K • O. LANGLEY K CO., ON THE LEVER, STOCKTON, ....Importers 0f.... Pure Drugs, CHEMICALS. Genuine Patent Medicines, 4c,, 40.. PEBKUMKBY, 4c., 4c„ 4c. £ Haring received per rco rvl arrivals, a most os mf lets assortment uf the above, they wilt lie sold at the LOWEST MARKET PRICES! Auo—Wholesale Dealers ia Cimpktni. ££- Country orders particularly attended to and prompt ly dkyatehad ,*%♦ eh W. W. WKBKTKIt. J. M. WAITK. WEBSTER & WAITE, Importers and Dealers in HAIBWARE, CROCKERY, GLASS 4. WOODEN WARE. MINING AND AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS At Hit. I’fonfvp Hiir4w.it- .n 4 Agri.ultiir.l Hrirk Store, Career of Main amd £J Drrada I*l. ng-On STOCKTON. HOHNITOB HORSE HOTEL! .... AND .... LIVERY AND EXCHANGE STABLE, MECHANIC'S STREET, HORNITOS. JAMES B. WHITE : : Proprietor. Tie proprietor announces to the public that be still continues the above business at his HORSE HOTEL, on Mechanic’* street, where he ia prepared to meet the wants of everybody, and has added to his funner stock of animals the CELEBRATED FILLY "RUFFLE TAIL,” AND THE RENOWNED PINTO FILLY “ HELA.” *sr HORSES FURNISHED WITH SINGLE MEAIJS, OH Roanied by the day. week op month. Comfortable singM Rooms will always be furnished to all Horse# who wish lodging. and also to regular hoarders. HOBBES TO LET IN ANY NUMBER, A number of which are suitable for Ladies’ use. Lumber! Immtoorll In connection with the above Horse Hotel the, Proprietor HAS ALL KINDS OF LUMBER OF THE ®ST QUALITY, SHINGLES, 3 FOOT BOARDS, CLEAR SEASONED LUMBER, Suitable for Finishing work RANCHERS AND WILDERS WILL HKD A BITTER assortment of Lumber here, than at the Mill*. Designs for Buildings, Specifications, Bills of Lumber, Estimate of Coat, etc., furnished, and will un dertake buildings on moderate terms. All work entrusted to him will he executed with ncatnosa and despatch. julvQtf JAMB R. WHITE. Frio Brewery F O K S A LE I THIS BREWERY. AT AGI’A FRIO. M ARIPOSA COUNTY, is now F«»r Nile For further particular*, apply U» the subscriber on the premises at Agon Frio. julyi tf WILUAM BUCHKNAU.