A Youwo Martyr. — Wc doubt whether the
whole history of martyrdom contains any inci
dent more sublimely beautiful than the follow
ing, narrated in a letter by a British officer in
When the wretched 6th Regiment mutinied
at Allahabad and murdered their officers, an
ensign only sixteen years of age, who was left
for dead among the rest, escaped in the dark
ness to a neighboring ravine. Although despe
rately wounded he contrived to raise himself
into a tree during the night, for protection from
wild beasts. Poor boy Ihe had a high commis
sion to fulfill before death released him from his
On the fifth day he was discovered, and
dragged by the brutal Sepoys before one of their
leaders to have the light in him extinguished.
There he found another prisoner, a Christian
catechist, formerly a Mahomedan, whom the
Sepoys w'ere endeavoring to torment and terrify
into a recantation.
The firmness of the native was giving way
as he knelt amid his persecutors, with no hu
man sympathy to support him. The boy offi
cer, after anxiously watching him for a short
time, cried out, “ Oh, my friend, come what
may, do not deny the Lord Jesus!”
Just at this moment the alarm of a sudden
attack by the gallant Col. Neilc, with his
Madras Fusiliers, caused the instant flight of
the murderous fanatics. The catechist’s life
was saved. He then turned to bless the boy
whoso faith had strengthened his faltering
spirit. But the young martyr had passed be
yond all reach of human cruelty. He had en
tered into rest.
Trying on the Nerves. —ln one of the
mountain towns, four years ago, we saw a most
appalling trial of courage. Two gamblers quar
relled and agreed to fight, each choosing his own
weapons. One chose a bowie knife and the
other u revolver. Taking their places, sepa
rated by a handkerchief only, they stood wait
ing for the word, the man with the knife fixing
his eyes on the other with his pistol, ready
cocked, by his side. The spectators were pan
ic-struck, and neither moved or spoke, until
the word was given, when the pistol snapped,
and the man with the knife sprang at the other
with the ferocity of a tiger aiming to cut his
throat, and had not another person struck his
arm with a stick he would have struck his
antagonist’s bend from the body. At that mo
ment the crowd closed in on the combatants
au<i the fight ended. Wc have never seen and
never expect to see another such impersonation
of stoical daring ns was displayed by the person
whose life depended on the fascination of the
eye and the chances of the pistol missing lire.
Not a nerve trembled, nor did an eye lash seem
to move during the awful moment of suspense.
Rather Disproportions!). —Mr. John Wells
was married at Litchfield, Ky., on the 12th of
October, to Miss Emetine Jeancs, The bride
is 28 years old, 30 inches high, and weighs 45
pounds. The bridegroom is 6 feet high,
weighs 160 pounds, and is 35 years of age.
The parents of the bride are wealthy.
Kissing Under the Nose. —Many a young
lady who objects to being kissed under the
mistletoe, has no objection to being kissed
under the rose. A stupid compositor made an
error in the above, rendering it to say, “has
do objection to be kissed under the nose.”
fff" No woman can be a lady who would
wound or mortify the feelings of another. No
matter how beautiful, how refined, how culti
vated she may be, she is, in reality, coarse,
and the innate vulgarity of tier nature inani- j
feats itself here. Uniformly kind, courteous
and polite treatment of all persons, is one
mark of a true woman.
fcF* A clergyman who was consoling a
young widow on the death of her husband,
spoke in a very serious tone, remarking that
he was “ one of the few. Such a Jewel of a
Christian—you cannot find his equal, you well
know." To which the sobbing fair one re
plied, with an almost broken heart, “ You bet
I will 1”
IF" An exchange says : “Among the fail-1
ures of the present season most to be deplored,
is the Atlantic Telegraph and the Delaware
peach crop.” That comparison is nearly on n !
par with the misfortunes of the individual who]
had lost his wife and an ivory tooth-pick with
three blades and one rivet loose.
Human ntfections are the leaves, the j
foliage of our being, they catch every breath,
and in the burden and heat of the day, they
make music and motion in a sultry world,
stripped of that foliage, how unsightly is hu
err he Butte Record is responsible for the i
following moreeau of local fun:
Qckry.—Ought not the instruments with
which editors indite articles on the “ Hog’s
Back ” (o he called Pig Penn f
|y Sterne used to say, the most accom
plished way of using books, is to serve them
ns most people do lords—learn their titles, and
then brag of their acquaintance!”
t-r The amount of specie in the United
States is estimated at about $300,000,000, or
equal to $l2 in coin to every man, woman
and child in the country.
Philosophers say that shutting the
eyes makes the hearing more acute. A wag
suggests that this accounts for so many closed
eyes at church at sermon time.
A spoiled child is another man’s vic
tim, who proves the weakness of his parents’
judgment much more forcibly than the strength
of their affection.
What is the difference between a
young girl and an old hat? Merely one of
time—one has feeling, and the other has felt.
wr The sight of a drunkard is a better
sermon against the vice, than the best that
was ever preached upon it.
far Sophistry is like a window curtain—it
pleases us an ornament; but its use is to keep
out the light.
I’ost-Olßen and l'o«l - Miinters in
A giro Fri<». Mariposa comity, H. W. Schmidt.
Alameda, Alameda county, A S Barbel
Alamo, Contra Costa county. .1 M Jones
Alvarado, Alameda county, A E Graae
Angels. Calaveras county, J C Scribner
Auburn, Placer county, ft (Jordon
Alpha. Nevada county, F E Hailey
Aiitirn h. Contra Costa county. J C McMaster
American Ranch, Shasta county, Eliflha Anderson
Anueduct City. Amador county, M S Butler
Belmont, San Mateo county. A S Carter
Benicia, Solano county, T T Hooper
indwell's Bar, Butte county, J W Ollkyson
Big Bar. Trinity county. Wm Coddington
Big Oak Flat. Tuolumne county. A (1 Baxter
Bodega, Honoma county, J M Miller
Buck-port. Hu üboldt county. R W Stoker
Bondville. Mariposa county, Stephen Bond
Buckeye, Yolo county, II C Riggs
Brookfiu, Alameda county, B M Atckiuson
Bloomfield. Sonoma county, W Famb
Bottle Hi t FI Dorado county, Geo W Jcnks
Brush Creek, Butte county, I) (J Martin
Butte Mill.-. Butte county, J S McCleery
Cache ('reek, Yolo county, A I* McCarty
Campo Seen, Calaveras county, J W McOivery
Camptonville, Yuba county, Alvin Bloomer
Cedarville. FI Dorado county,— Driver
Charley's Itanch, Butte county, C M Kvana
Chico, Butte county, John Bidwcll
Chinese Camp, Tuolumne county, M R Graham
Clarksville, Fl Dorado county, David Cummings
Cold Spring. FI Dorado county. Smith Buttcnnore
Columbia, Tuolumne county.B Ti .kliam
Colusa. Colusa county. Win Vincent
Cordelia, Solano county, A O Lamoire
Cosumnes, Sacramento county. W D Wilson
Cottonwood, Shasta county, Win Fane
Crescent City. Del Norte county, D C liCwis
Coloina, FI Dorado county. It F Davis
• herokec, Butt* county, f M Daniel
Diamond Springs, FI Dorado county, W S Day
Don Pedro's Bar, Tuolumne county. It Smith
Double Springs, Calaveras county, D W Briant
Downieville. Sierra comity, James Gemon
Dry Creek. Yuba comity, Robt McAdams
Dry town, Amador county, W O Clark
Elliott's Ranch, Sacramento county, Mr Elliott
Eureka, Hunboldt county, F II Foss
Empire Ranch, Yuba county, S Moody
Emory’s crossing. Yuba county, T M Emory
FI Doraro, FI Dorado county, A Irvine
FI D >rado Ranch, FI Dorado county, I. A Hoyt
Feel River, Hmidioldt county, Jleury Rohuer
Elk Grove, Sacramento county, A Mcßesser
Fiddletown, FI Dorado county, D Townsend
Forls'stmvn. Butte county, Nathan D Plum
Forlorn Hope, Merced county, J Smith
Forest City. Sierra county, W Henry
Foreman's Ranch, Calaveras county. S Forman
Fourth Crossing, Calaveras county, A C BertxhoflT
Foster's Bur. Yuba county, J B Whitcomb
French Camp. San Joaqmn county, R W Noble
Fremont, Yolo county, James S reel
Folsom, Sacramento county, J darken
Fourteen Mile House,S Joaquin co., WM D Fullerton
Puget(. San Joaquin dtmtity, J K Fugett
Garotte, Tuolumne county, J H Watts
Georgetown, FI Dorado county. J C Terrell
Gilroy, Santa Clara county, A C Everett
G'sidyear s Bar, Sierra county, Julius Meinhart
Grafton, Yrdrt county, A Dpdegrafl
Grass Valley, Nevada county, J H Koardman
Green Springs. Tuolumne county, R F Gardner
Greenwood. FI Dorado county, Win Gunn
Garden Valley, Fi Dorado county. M Flood
Georgiaha, Sacramento enmity, J M Sidwdl
Gri/./.ly Flat, FI Dorado couniy.Jas Burgess
Gitmouville, Sierra county. U r Elliott
Gwin, Merced county, Wm Faughlin
Grand Island. Ooiimii county,Tliomaa Eddy
Hamilton. Butte county, R Davis
Hornitoa, Mariposa county, W (i Goss
Horr's Ranch. Tuolumne county, G D Dickenson
Hometown. Shsn4n homily, G ft Pile
Hill's Ferry, Stanislaus county, Hill
niiooiatown, IMacer county, B Brlckell
Indian Diggings, FI Dorado county, H R Swclland
lime Valley, Amador county, J II Alvord
lowa City, Placer connty, 'l' N ( alvin
Indian Gulch, Manposa county, J A Morton
Jackson. Amador county, J H Bradley
Jacksonville Tuolumne county, G II Keyes
Jamestown. Tuolumne county, R A Maid is
Johnson’* Ranch. Sutter county, A C Rainey
Knight’s Kerry, San Joaquin com ty, W F Stewart
Keyeaville, Tulare county. James Uliirktiian
FI-bon, Placer county, G W Applegate
liAgrange, Stanislaus county, I. F Murdock
Lewiston, Trinity county. James lloadley
Fassen-, Untie county, W P Mavbcw
I/w Angeles, F'w Angeles county, J S Waite
Fagima Scco, Santa Clara county. Geo II Hull
Living's Ferry. San Joaquin county, J living
Fc.n b's store. Mariposa county, L Leach
Mountain View, Santa Clara county. J Sbumway
Mountain Springs, Placer county. H H Blown
Marysville, Yulia county, W c Dougherty
Mariposa. Marip' si county, J F M< N.irnara
Marline*, Contra Costa county, H Fogg
Maxwell's Creek, Mari|s»a connty. K Slanslsire
Merced Falls, Merced county, ( lias Murray
Michigan Blufi, Placer county, F S Washeim
Mission San Jos>, Santa Clara county, J J Vallejo
Mokebimnc Hill. Calaveras county, II S Anhiser
Mormon Island. Sacramento county, J W Denniso i
Monlercv, Monterey Cf nty, Win ('mtis
.Murphy's, Canvcms county, A II Stephens
Mt. Ophir, Mariposa county, J II Miller
Montezuma, Tuolumne comity, W F Colton
Monte, Fos Angeles connty, fm Thompson
Millerton. Fresnoconnfy, ll A Carroll
Monroeville, Colusa connty, J We-ton, Jr
Maylleld, Santa Clara county, J Ottersce
McCaityaville, Santa Clara comity, la*vi Millard
Michigan Bar, Sacramento county, B F Wayne
Naps. Naim county. G N Cornwall
Nevada, Nevada county, Jno T Crenshaw
Nicolaus, Sutter county, J R Dickey
North Branch, Calaveras county, ftd T laike
Newton, FI Dorado county, J w Smith
Nealsbiirg. Placer county. A C Neal
Nntivedad, Monterey county, Ja- Stokes
Nelson‘a Creek, Sierra county. F S Fox
Ophirville, Placer county. Daniel B Curtis
Oroville. Butte connty. DC ('owner
Oakland, Alameda county, T Gallagher
OroCity, Placer county, (» While
Onisbo, Sacramento eounty. (' F Howell
Oregon House, Yuba county, D St Clair
O’Kyme’s Ferry. Stanislaus county, J O'Neil
Oltiticwa, Siskiyou county, J F Duael
Parks' Bar, Yulia county, ll McQueen
Pilot HIM, FI Dorado county, A Hagl y
Pliu ervllle, FI Dorado county. A M Thatcher
Petaluma, Sonoma county, W R Swlnerfon
Pleas,mt Springs, (’alaveia-county. A H lloerchner
Princeton, Colusa comity, R S Arnett
Plum Valley. Siena comity, F B Kloccker
Putnh, Solano county, F Sylray
Patterson, Nevada county, F P Turney
Quarizhing, Mariposa county. D M Pool
Round Tent. Nevada county, J F Slater
Rough and Realty, Nevada < unnty, F B Winans
lied Bluffs, Shasta county. J R Brad wav
Kattle-n <ke Bar. Placer county, A D McDonald
Ru-sian River, Mendoeino connty. H G lb aid
Reynold's Kerry. Calaveras county, (' Johnson
Rabbit Creek, Sierra county, J C lister
San Frimelsco, Sun Francis.:o county, C F Weller
Sacramento, Sacramento county, J Elder
Salinas, Monterey county, F N Moaaa
Sau Diego, San Diego county. Geo Fyon
San Juan, Monterey county, P Breem
Kan Luis Obispo, San Luis Obbp" county, A Murray
San Jose, Suita Clara county, (J F Allen
Santa Clara. Santa Clara enmity, H D M< Cobb
Santa Cm*. Santa Crn/ county, F Anthony
San Forcnzo, Alameda county,.! A Griffin
San Feandro. Alameda county, F Feiigteldt
San Pedro. Fos Angeles county. Geo Alexander
San Rafael. Marin county, W Skidmore
Santa Rosa. Sonoma county, T A Tally
San Ramon, Contra Costa county, Wm Russell
Salmon Falls. FI Dorado county, R Berry
Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara county, G It Fisher
San Barnaidino, San B.miardino county, D N Thomas
Shasta. Sha-tu county. .1 Femmi
Shaw's Flat, Tuolumne comity, J J Jarnagan
Sonoma, Sonoma county, J Snelling
Sonora, Tuolumne county, W G Heslen
Staples’ Ranch, Sail Joaquin county, I) J Staple
St cktoii. Sun Joaquin county, Win lamina
Sutter Creek, Calaveras county, G M ( landull
Sueiling's Ranch, Merced county, B W Moore
Spanish Flat, El Dorado county, J Forrester
Sulsiin, Solano county, J B Fen mini
San Andreas. Calaveras county, C (’ Sweet
San Gabriel. !>•#> Angeles eounty, T Bnrdiek
San Pablo. Contra Co-ta connty. C F Wethcrbee
St F' U a, Sierra county, P J White
Secret Rivine. Placer county, H G Hart
Split Rock. Mariposa county, J A Bugg
Strawberry. YuUi county, J H.irnliart
Sutter, Sacramento comity. D G Hastings
Scotching, Fic-no county, Win Junes
Smith's Ranch, Sonoma connty, N M Hedges
Tehama, Colual county, 0 Gervy
Trinidad. Klamath county. E C Darling
Trinity, Trinity county, C we
Trinity renter, Trinity comity. M Cliadboum
Tomaies, Marin c unity, Francis F Brady
Unionlown, HmnlM.lt county, A H Murdock
Volcano. Amador county, if F Rarnnm
Vacaville. Solano county. F F Gillespie
Vallejo. Solano county, W W Chapman
Valle, ito. Calaveras rountv, P J Pendegiast
Visalia, Tulare county, J P Majors
Weavervllle, Trinity county. James O’Conner
Washington, Yoloromity, A Warring
Watsonville. Santa Cm/ comity, F Thrill
Woodville. Butte county, Joe Wood
Wood-ide, San Mateo county, M A Parkliuret
Western, Sacramento county. A H White
Witid-or. Sonoma county. M J R«cnbnrg
Wood’s Ferry, San Joaquin connty. J Wood*
Yankee Jim’s, Placer county. Joseph Herrick
Vconiot. Fi I toradu comity, Edwin I tehee
Yuba City, Sutler county . C K Wilson
Yolo, Yolo county, J II Ilntton
Vreka, Siskiyou county, Wm Grow
MARIPOSA HOTELS AND SALOONS.
RE-OPENING OF THE
MAIN STREET, MARIPOSA.
JOHN E. ELI)RIDGE : : : : : Pkopkiktoii.
THE PROPRIETOR would announce to bis friends and the
puldic generally, that he has taken the above well
known Hotel, and ha« refitted and refurnished it In a style
becoming a first class House.
The Stages from and to Stockton arrive and leave this
Hotel, tri weekly, and Travelers 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, are inferior to none in this part of the country.
The Table will alwavs he furnished with the best that
the market altorda, and the Rooms and Redding kept in fs*r
feet order. sepl" If
F\ir n i • hod Rooms,
AT TII K
PINE TREE HOUSE,
CORNER OF FIFTH AND MAIN STREETS,
irNKW ROOMS HAVE BEEN FITTED AND
Furnished recently, In h style iinsurjmswd, and are tit
let on reason a I ile terms, by the Week or Mouth.
Transient Travellers may In? -tire of finding accom
modations suited to their various necenHitius.
THE POSTOFFICE IS KEPT HERE.
ftltf Mc.V A M All A .V f’BIPPEN.
CORNER OF MAIN AND FOURTH STREETS.
JAMES M. VANDYKE,; : : Proprietor.
A GOOD SUPPLY OF THE BFBT QUAIJTY OF IMPORT
ed Wines. I.iipiors and Cigars, can always Is* found
at the Mar. where Hie proprietor is always on hand to dis
pense the best his house affords, to his friends and custo
mers. His IJqnors are selected with great care, and can lie
relied upon as the genuine article.
THE ICE DEPOT
Is at the COMET SAI-OON, and will always be furnished at
tin* Mar. Orders by the quantity attended to jelltf
Dagor Boor Saloon!
BUCHENAU & WEBBER Proprietor*.
Have the pleasure to inform THEIR ntmrik uh
friends and the public generally, that they have con
stantly on band the freshest of that much admired beverage,
LAOBn XI 3D 33 IX !
Together with admire assortment of
WIN ES, LIQ 00 R S AND ClO A KSI
Of the Beat Quality.
Coffee and Refreahmenta served at all hours.
Thankful for past favors, they respectfully solicit a con
tinuance of the same HUCHKNAU A WEBBER.
Mariposa, May 6,1H57. mfl-Jlin
Unger Ilcer anil Hilliard Saloon.
MYERS 4. LE GRAND : : : : PhopkicToru
W3P The Huhscribem respectfully Inform the Public Hint
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 LACK R 11 EE R ,
.... Together with the very ....
BEST WINES AND LIQUORS s
The !h'sl that can In* obtained in the Kan Francisco market.
The Saloon Is fitted up in good style and every attention
will be paid to the accommodation of customers.
Two Z3113.1n.r-c3 Tnbloo,
In excellent order, are at the service of those who mav
deahwto play. J F. MYERS,
Mariposa. Befq. 23, 1857. ol If
I>ATENTF.D FEHRUaRV IWh. 1856. THESE TARIJ>
f combine the nicest mathematical accuracy of work
d>an4iip will) elegance of ilenigii. and possess all llie quail
lie* that are esteemed by scientific players. The Cushion*
arc of superior iwrieotness, imd are lower than any others
made, and so constructed as Ui prevent all Jumping of the
Inillm. All articles connected with Milliards at the lowest
Just Published, “THE GAME OF RILI.IARDH.” by Mi
rbael Phelan—Price, 91 bo HI. K. lICC.IIKN,
a2* 180 Jackson street, Sole Agent.
THE nS'DEKfIONED WISHES TO INFORM THE PUBLIC
Hmt he has purchased the Exclusive I’alent Right to
make and sell PHRLAN’B “COMBINATION CUSHION*.”
for tin* ."Male and Oregon, ami THAT THEY CAN HE PUK
CHASED OF NO OTHER PERSON IN THIS CITY. Purrhas
ers will protect themselves from lieing swindled by remem
In*ring the ntsive facts. Orders for taking down, setting up,
or nqiairing Tables attended to at the shortest notice, Prl
vale gentlemen, < Tubs, or Saloon-keepers wishing to procure
Phelan's Model Milliard Tables, or ‘•Oiobination Cushions,”
will pica-nddram M E HUGHES,
ISO Jackson st, next to International Hotel,
029 Ran Francisco.
Tll E 11 0T E L
Jsikwiu Nfrerl, alaivr Moulgoniny,
SAN FRANCISCO ,
IS OPEN FOR THE RECEPTION OF GCESTS, AFTER
undergoing a thorough repair in every department, and
retilted Ihmngbout with NEW FURNITURE, UKDDINO,
( AI<PETS, etc., and is now one of the best, most cleanly,
ami more comfortable than any House on the Pacific.
It w ill lie kept as a First Class Hotel in every particular,
wliere all will meet with a Social Home, combined with good
clean Rooms and Meds, and the best table ever set in San
lie- Hotel Department of the Railroad House has always
been acknowledged to have liecn Ihe most cleanly, and bet
ter kept than any other House in San Francisco. It la only
necessary to say that, until recently, Mrs. HalBT controlled
that |«u-( of the Railroad House, and will now lake the sole
charge of the International, assisted by Messrs. J.NO. J. Ha
iky, ami E. K. Robinson, formerly of the New York Hotel,
latent Us- Railroad House, ami Mr. M. A. FHKNCII, late of
the Rassette House. We will serve to please, and ask but
one trial for success.
BOARD AND LODGING,
From 92 to $8 per I• AY, and from 912 to 918 per WEEK.
The INTERNATIONAL COACH is always In attend,
auce to convey Passengers to and from the Moats, at
m 6 3in ONE IMIM.AK EUR EACH PERSON.
ISAAC S. JOSEPH I,
Importer and Wholeanle Dealer in
WATdUCI, JEWELRY, TOOLS, ETC.,
Has removed to
MARBLE BUILDING, 177 Waahington Street.
ALBERT G. BAGLEY’B
.. . .(-KI.KBKATKU.. . .
HAVING been appointed S<de Agent for California. Ore
gon. and I lie Pacific const for the sale of ALBERT G.
MAGI >'.Y’S Gold Pens, Gold and Sliver fiend Is and pen cases,
Manufactured by H. 11. HOUGHTON \ CO. New York,
under A. G. M s patent, I am enabled to offer the above
Goods to Dealers at Manufacturer's prices, adding only
freight and charges. It is needles* to say anything in
praise of the above articles, they having gained a world
wide reputation, and being decidedly the le*st goods of the
kind extant. ISAAC S. JOSKFiII,
Marble Building, 177 Washington street,
lis 2iu BAN FRANCISCO
MARIPOSA BUSINESS HOUSES.
W. COHN I. DBTTLCBACH.
CUD CURIOSITY SHOP,
MAIN STREET, OPPOSITE PHII.UPS HOTEL,
WHERE CAN BE FOUND ALL SORTS OF
Useful and Ornamental Articles. not to bo found in
any other Store in the Country, consisting ot the
largest and liest selected stock of
WINDOW AND SASH,
BUILDERS 1 MATERIALS, ETC.
Ever ottered for wile in tliia Town.
A I. « O
PRIME CHEWING TOBACCO
.... AND ....
GENUINE HAVANA CIGARS,
Received direct from a member of our firm now in
llavana, who Ih constantly providing the beat brands.
TOOKTIIRK WITH A KINK ASSORTMENT OK
FANCY ARTICLES, PERFUMERY;
LOOKING GLASSES, WALL PAPER;
HOLIDAY TOYS. PAINTS. OILS;
TURPENTINE. PUTTY, BRUSHES;
BURNING FLUID. LAMP OIL;
CAMPHENE LAMPS AND CAMPHENE;
FINE WINDOW SHADES;
Hniic and Mmical Instruments.
A I. S O
I jimp Chimneys;
Knives and Forks ;
Home Combs and Brashes;
Bra** Rutin, Chisels;
Saw Files. Latches;
Faucets, File* and Chisels ;
Screws and II<»okM;
Tap Bores, Gimblets ;
liOeks, Hasps, Staples ;1
And a thousand ‘..-r Articles, too numermis to men
tis all of which we offer
AT SAN FRANCISCO PRICES,
.... WHOLESALE AND KETAIL
CALL AND BE SUPPLIED.“W
COHN A DETTLEBACH.
COHEN, SAMUELS & CO.,
~.. AT TUP.IK ....
.Vftr Fireproof Brick Store,
One Door Abate their Old Stand,
MARIP 0 S A ,
WoriD Hf-si’Kmuuv inform thkie frieni**
ami th«* |tii>ilic generally, that they an* now prepared
to offer for sale, from their large and well nhcttd stork of
FALL AND WINTER GOODSt
Consisting in part of a new and fresh supply of
AU Wool Plaids, Meritton, Delaines, Cashmeres,
Opera Flannels, ('loth and Velvet Clonks and
Mantillas, Cloths, Jeans, Tweeds,
Blankets and Coverlids,
Ladies' and Childrens* Shoes of all Descriptions.
Staple and Fancy Ory Ooodi.
A choice assortment of lAadies' Ribbons, French
Embroidered Collars, Sleeves. CbemlsetU, Velvet Rib-
Isms, Fancy Buttons, Artificial Flowers and Wreaths,
Fringed and Flounced Parasols, ls?st Kid and Silk
Gloves, and a general assortment of Perfumery and
laidies' Dress Trimmings.
DOMESTIC GOODS of all descriptions. Also, a
good supply of CARPETS, MATTINGS, and OIL
.... ALSO ....
A Full Assortment of Finest and Best
GENTS’ FURNISHING GOODS;
And a Good Supply of
HOOTS AND SHOES,
Hats and Caps;
Suitable for Fall and Winter wear, which we otter
for sale at the
LOWEST MARKET PRICES,
To those who will favor ua with their patronage.
»r We respectfully invite (be ladies nml (ientlemen to
call at our Store and examine our (oasis bef ire purchasing
elsewhere, as It will be no trouble to show o«mnlk. So call
and see. COHEN, SAMI KGS k CO
N. B ...GOLD DUST TAKEN IN EXCHANGE.
AT THE HIGHEST PRICES.
P. S.—Wc have ealnlillahrd a Store n( Agun
Krlo—where the ume kind of (inode will Is* mild, and the
Mine advantages utlorded to purchasers a« in Mariposa.
KJT One of the Partners will remain in San Francisco to
forward (mods and attend to all husluuss connected with the
Store at tide place. [ol£»-tf] C., S. k (X).
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP.
THE COPARTNERSHIP heretofore existing under the
name of N. CORN k CO., In (his day dissolved by mu
tual consent. All (a-rson* indebted to the late linn are here
by notified to settle their accounts with Messrs. W. COHN
.1 HETTEI.BACH, who will continue the same business as &
heretofore. J. (iRIKSMAN,
August 3*l, 1857.
UNBERSIGNKD, residing partner* of the late
Firm of N. COHN k CO., have this day formed a Co Pai l
nershlp under the name ofCOIIN k BETTKLBACH. and so
licit a continuance of the liberal patronage heretofore lie
stowed upon the late i n All persons indebted to the late
firm are requested c n.-ko immediate settiemeut.
Mariposa, August dd, 1H67.
« (MIN k I KIIELBACH, am now receiving large
supplies of Goods from San Francisco, all of which will be
sold at reasonable rates for Cash.
W“ HKST QUALITY OF HAVANA CIGARB, FOLD AT
12 * CENTO. au27-tf.
1.1 FEB r STJLBL.F.
MAIN STRUCT, A FEW DOORS NORTH OF PLAZA,
S. W. CARII PROPRIETOB.
Arpperior -kick or saddle horses, always on
hand for Hire, on term* to suit the times.
Horses boarded by the day, week or month at moderate
IMMIIC MBJtWMJrm IiIHMM*
SOUTH SIDE OF THE PLATA, HORMTOfI.
WM. GRADE : : : : : Proprietor, late of Stockton.
SHAVING, SHAM COON INC, AND HAIR CUTTING.
Regular ( 'iuhmert v til he furnish*! with a Sejm rate Sharing
Cup anti Rrush.
DrtF" Particular attention paid to cutting hair in the latest
and most fashionable style, jol Itf
SAN FRANCISCO ADVERTISKMENTS.
DR. J. C. YOUNG,
Late Professor at the University, Penn.,
CAN BE FOUND AT THE OLD STAND,
Comer of Montgomery and California Street «,
Whw lie can be consulied privately ami with the utmost
confidence by the afflicted at nil hours daily, from 8 A. M..
until HV. M (Cure always guaranteed or no pay required.)
OONSnTtTTIOXAI. DEBILITY AND SEMINAL WRARNKBP.
DR. YOUNG addresses those who have Mured themselves
by private and impnqter indulgence In that secret and soli
tary habit, which ruins the body and mind, unfitting them
for cither business or society. The following are some of
the sad and melancholy effects produced by early habits of
youth, via : weakness of the back ami limbs, pain in the
head, dimness of sight, loss of muscular power, palpitation
of the heart, dyspepsia, nervousness, irritability, derange
ment of the digestive functions, general debility, symptoms
of consumption, etc.
Msntai.it—The fearful effects upon the min I are more l«
lie dreaded. l/)ss of memory, confusion of ideas, depression
of spirits, evil forebodings, aversion lo society, self distrust,
love of solitude, timidity, etc. are most o t the evils pro
AH persons who are afflict' d with any of the shove symp
toms, should not fail to call on I»r. Young, and lie at once
restored fo perfect health. I*t no false delicacy prevent
you, but apply immediately, ami save yourself from the
dreadful and awful consequences of this terrible malady.
WEAKNESS OF THE GROANS
Immediately cured and full vigor returned.
I*. J. C. YOUNG.
IMPORTANT TO MINERS AND TRAVELERS.
There is no malady of deeper Imnorfance. either in a nied
leal or moral point of view, to whicn the human family is
more liable, than that arising from impure connections.
Asa medical man.it is the duty of every physician to
look at disease as it affects health and life, and his sole object
should Is* to mitigate, as far as lies in bis power, their bodi
ly suffering. Human nature la at best but frail ; all are li
able to misfortune.
of all ills that affect man. none ara more terrible than
those of a private nature. Dreadful as It Is in the person
who contract- It, frightful are Its ravages upon his oonstitu
tion, ending frequently in destruction and a loathsome
grave, it becomes of still greater importance when it is
transmitted to innocent offspring. Huch Wing the case,
bow hn|sirtant it Incomes that every one having the least
reason lo fear they have eonti acted the disease, should at
tend to It at once by consulting some physician, w hose res
portability and education enables him to warrant a safe,
sjieedy and jiernianenl cure. In accordance with this ne
cessity. Dr Young feels called upon to state that by long
study and extensive practice, be lias become perfect muster
of all those diseases which come under the denomination of
venereal, ami having paid more attention to that one branch
than any other physician in the United States, be feels him
self belter qualilied to treat them.
Syphillis, in all its forms, such as Ulcers, Swelling of the
Groins. Ulcers in the Throat. Secondary Svphillia, Cutane
mis Eruptions, Ulcerations, Tertiary Syphillis, PyphUlis in
Children, Mercurial Syphillftir Affections, Gonorrfia*, Gleet.
Stricture. False Pas-ages. Intlanimationof the Bladder and
Prostrate Glands. Excoriations, Tumors, Pustules, etc., are
as familiar to him as the most common things nr daily »b
The doctor effects a cure in recent eases In a few days,
and finds no difficulty in curing those of long ihiratio*.
without submitting the patient to such treatment as will
draw upon him the slightest suspicion, or oblige him to 11*15
leot his busineaa, whether within doors or without. The
diet need not W changed, except in cases of severe intkonv
tion. 1 here are in California patients (amounting to over
two thousand in the past year,) that could furnish preef of
this ; but these are matters that require the nicest srvrery,
which he always preserves.
All letters enclosing $lO will he promply attended to.
Office hours from OA. M. to 3 I*. M. Address J. C. YOUNG,
OPINIONS OF TIIK PRKSS.
The following are selected from a voluminous accuaaubt
tion of testimonials of tlie press of the United Htales, and
from eminent Professors of our institntwns where the prac
tie* of medicine is taught.
From the. S. F. ('Ultra.
The question is often asked— -Why bit that IT. J. f.
Young is so successful, while other advertising Physicians
are tailing from day to day?" The answer must tie, ar
should W, plainly apparent to all. it is. that tie under-tawfs
his profession, and attends to It. and, as hi- practice mere*
ses. his knowledge extends. Ho close has Wen kis appl
cation to his unprecedented practice, that he Is perfect aw
ter of his profession, and can insure all relief from their
troubles; and while others are daily sinking into that ob
livion from which they were never fitted to W delivered,
his course is onward and upward, placing him at the bead
of his arduous profession. So great ha- Wen his increase
of business that he lias Wen obliged to associate with him
self two other physicians, both of extended knowledge and
practice. We would advise all afflicted to call upon him in
preference to an v other Physician. We are informed that
lie treats entirely on tiie Vegetable System, and will always
warrant a fierfect cure. Mi-office is at the coiner of Mont
gomery and California streets, opposite Weils, Fargo A Co.s’
Express and Ranking House. Sun Francisco.
From the l\ma and Trantcriji.
There are tfum-auds in this State suffering for want of
scientific medical treatment, and they fear to apply to a
physician, because they have been deceived, or their friends
Lave Wen, by some of the charlatans who infest the com
munity, and who publish themselves as good physician-.
lirofe-sor. etc. To ail such we unhesitatingly recommend
»r. J. C. Young, as a physician In whom all can place eonti
deuce, lie is a man of eminent and profound study, a good
surgeon an honorable man. and one who can sympathise
with persons in affliction. His standing as a physician and
gentleman are both guaranteed—the first, by his medical
works, which are an honor to their author, and tin* exten
sive and highly successful course of practice with w hich lie
has Wen honored since his advent in California, and the lat
ter by his numerous patrons and Urge circle of a<(iuaintan
ces. We say to all aiUirled, call on him. as lie will at once
-tate (he case tuyou, and you may rely upon his judgment.
We lika his principle—no cure no jmy.
Ft o9 l Fn/emur 1/ihkank.
I have watched with more than ordinary teal the rapid
progress of thia young man in the intricate paths of our
Erotession. Few, with tin-accumulation ot years n|sin their
•■ads, have approximated to anything like the stand he lias
fail ly earned. Were I the father of a much more numerous
family than I now boast of. I should not hesitate for a mo
ment, should the services of a physician be required, to
callou Ih- .J.U. Vocno, having full confidence in his capa
city, (a very iminirtant adjunct to a physician.) amt ire
commend my friends to do tiie same.
J. C. Hitchcock, M. D., L. L. D.
From the Motion Medical Journal.
Although we are opposed to the system of advertising, for
good and -uHicieut reasons, still we deem it but justiee to
say that Dr. Ygi .ng is one of the roost industrious and in
defatigable votaries of the medical aeieuca iu the United
Dkttow.v May 28. 1836.
Da. J. C. Yor.NO .—The medicine and advice which I re
reived fiom you on my visit to San Francisco last mouth,
have effected a most gratifying change in my physical eon
dliion. My appetite lias returned—that dull iangour and
paleness left me, and I felt like a new utau. Persons in the
mines have been so much imposed upon by ailve.iii*ing phy
sicians, that they know not what to do. Many who have
noticed the rapid change in my appearance, have expressed
their astonishment at it. I write this out of pure gratitude
for w hat you did for me. WALTER WARREN.
Voluntary Certificate from Don Pedro** liar.
Being desirous of Wnetlttlng my fellow man as much as
possible. induces me to come before the public and certify
lo the following facts : In July last 1 called upon Dr. J. C
Young for medical advice. I was then laboring under a
diasinam in my head, a very tcdloua pain in my hack and
hips, weakness in my leg- and arms, loss of memory, sore
eyes, palpitation of the heart, extreme nervousness, and
general debility. I was so bad that 1 was compelled to sus
pend business. After a careful examination of my case.
Dr. Young pronounced the case cureable. and i commenced
taking the medicines he prescnlied, and the result is, 1 am
now perfectly well to all appearance-, although not as
strong as I could wish, yet I am constantly gaining—can do
as gissi a day's work as any of tiie men iu my locality. Tiie
reason for publishing tiie above is to counteract that wide
spread rascally empiricism which is stalking with such dcs
traction throughout this otherwise blessed country.
B. T. MANNING.
Residence, Don Pedro’s Bar.
Witness ; W. Grey, C. L. Bostwic.
■MEOUNG MAN HAVE YOU CONTRACTED THAT TERRI
X hie disease, which, when once seated in the system,
w ill surely go dow n from one generation to another, under
mining tiie constitution and sapping (lie very vital fluids of
life? Do not trust yourseifin tiie haudsof those mushroom
Quacks that start up every day in a city like Mils, and till
tiie papers witli abominable falsehoods, too well calculated
to deceive the young, and those who are not “ posted up”
in the tricks of foreign and demestic imposters.
You cannot he too careful in the selection of a Physician
or a remedy in these cases. You should apply to a man
who lias had ample experience, and who possesses true skill
In the tnatment thereof. Such u physician is Dr. J.U.
Yocnis, who fins treated and cured more cases of such dis
eases than any one man living to-day, In this or any other
country. His offices were the first that were opened in this
city for the exclusive treatment of private di.-eases. His
different publications have been re-published in almost
every country in Europe, and are now acknowledged as
standard works by our own medical colleges and the profes
sion throughout the country.
DR. YOUNG, by recent improvements in the healing art,
Is enabled to effect euros in a few days, without mercury or
change of diet, under a challenge of
Married persons, or those contemplating marriage, being
aware of physical weakness, should consult DR. YOUNG.
especially, who have become the victim of solitary vice,
that dreadful, fascinating, and destructive habit, which tills
thousands of sick room- witli paralytics and consumptives,
and hundreds of uniimeh graves with Its mi-guided vie
tlms. should consult, without a moment’s delay, one who
will sympathise with their sufferings, and cure them for a
moderate compensation. Indeed, he who places himself
under the care of DR. J. U. YOUNG, may religiously confide
in his honor as a gentleman, and confidently rely upon Ids
skill as a physician, acknowledged by all the wealthiest and
most respectable portion of our old inhabitants.
Office—Comer Montgomery and California streets, oppo
site Wells, Fargo Ac Co.’s Express Office.
REMEMBER- —THAT DR. J.U. YOUNG’S OFFICE. FOR
the treatment of Private Diseaus, is at the corner of
Montgomery and California straata, opposite Wells, Fargo
Ac Co.'s Express Office, Han Francisco
REMEMBER—That Du. Young wants no patients but those
fully capable of appreciating ami distinguishing the services
of a regular, thorough bred physician, from the paltry, un
learned and trilling quack.
REMEMBER—That Dh. Young Is tiie only regular bred
physician advertising to cure di-eases of imprudence.
REMEMBER—That Du. Young's remedies and treatment
are entirely unknown to all others, prepared from a life
daent in the great Ho-pitals of Europe and the first iq this
country, from pure chemicals Imported.
REM KMHER—That Hr > -\n ha- * mm* tatradad i.r*r
| tice than any other physicbmHrt (he world.
REMEMBER—Thai all the 'Wallhr UlijerM, Editm , a#d
our popular men. are well acfpmknted, and tain -..—n,
mi re in recoin mending Dw. YotWto the nflllrteri
REM KM HER-That l»K. Voi x* aukc on
tlone to (roll the nnfortnmite. hirt • mt all he Hays Wl »j
faithfully carried out.
REMEMBER—That Dr Yorsni wdl'oure any case of p ri
vale IMaease in one half the lime that it take* otlx-rn. arM j
that he never fails to bring relief to the •Vllictisi mu I „nfor
tunate, curing tliein in front two to six «’n' -
REMEMBER—That Hr. .1. C. Yorvo gives every attention
to Diseases peculiar to Females. ’ H ’.: ;i m
FOR PURIFYING THE BLOOD,
AND FOR THE CURE OF
Scrofula, Mercurial Diseases, Cutaneous
Rheumatism, iiver Complaint. Stubborn
Dicers, Dyspepsia, Lumbago,
Wliite Swellings, Hip
Enlargement of the
Bones and Joints. Fever Sores,
Bronchitis, Erysipelas, Salt Rheum,
Lots of Appetite, Pimples, Biles, General Debility
AND AS A
GENERAL TONIC FOR THE SYSTEM
IT IS UNRIVALLED.
Science baa never yet explained the philosophy of dim.
tlon. We know that the masticated food la first converted
Into the semi-fluid called cAymr, and afterwards, by ad
mixture with the biliary accretion* ami other fluid*, into
chyle, a milky fluid, which, in Its passage to the veins,
becomes blood. But hov' this I* effected, we kn< w not
Now It Is evident, that If this vital fluid be diseased nr
Impure, the snbstances formed from It cannot be heVthy.
and every organ, fibre, and tissue of the body will be in in
unnatural stale. This condition ol the system W
in rations forma; sometimes, outwardly, a - in Beroftilauni
other ulcerous and eruptive diseases; or Inwardly, as )q
Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Swelling*, and decay of the
Bones. It fa evident, then, that a medicine which will
CLEANSE AND PURIFY
the elements of the blood, will cure these deplorable nil
orders; amt practical experience has established the hrt
that Sands’ sarsaparim.a Is thiit medicine. By expel
ling the very seeds of disease, it restores to the stomach its
t<>ne; to the whole digestive apparatus, Ra vigor; and to*
the blood, Its healthful character.
ASTONISHING C URE.
Copy of a Letter addressed to our Agents In Chicago, lli. f
allow ing lla value In cases of Fever Sores.
Messrs. J, 11, Kkrd ACo ; Gentlemen. —I obtained from
your store a bottle of Samos' Sarsaparilla ami was them
confined to my bed. without sleep, for s week, oc-a i-med
by a violent pain from a regular Fever Sore, of long stand
in*. on my right leg. My physicians advised me to h*r*
the ttrob amputated, saying it was the only means likely u»
preserve my life. After using half of the bottle, the imln
began to subside, and by the lime I ha I used nearly three
hollies. I was aide to transact my regular bush , and
before I had finished the sixth bottle. 1 w as as wel! and is
sound as ever I had been. I most cheerfully recommend
It t" ad my friends as a most valuable mwlic.ne for the
purlfkalW of the blood.
Young most respcetfhllv.
Prepared and sold by A. 11. A: l>. S '.Ml*. Whole
sale Druggists, No. I'Mi Fulton-street, corner of Wllliim,
For sale bv DEWITT, KITTLE A Co.. 11. JOHNSON
It Ca. and REDING TON At Co, San Franci-c; UK’K
ft COFFIN. Marysville: R. 11. Mr DONALD it. Co .Sac
ramento; and by Druggists generally.
ROMAN EYE BALSAM,
FOR INFLAMED EYELIDS.
Tlie delicate structure nf the eyelid renders It peculiarly
sensitive and liable to disease. When, from any csuse. It
becomes afleeteß the Inner membrane rapidly inflame-,
and the eyelid evinces the strongest predisposition to
attract to itself humors from ail part* wf th<- bih- Hun
dreds of persons of serofUlons habit nee dHignred r.v rw
aess or redness of tlie eyelids, commonly cabed sore ey*a,
and tortured with apprehensions of impaired vision, who.
hy using this Balsa in r inn y obtain almost immediate relief
READ THE FOLLOWING EVIDENCE.
New York, Feb. Ifith, ISM.
Messrs, SanHS: GenWemen.—l was afflicted with s dry
scatv erup'ion on my ey 1.. r fifteen y. t eomn.em-li.g
with small stye*, whir \ gradually run ii tln-r. ami trou
bled me very mneh. V .non* remedies were resorted to,
awl several eminent phy -s Inn- pre.-er bc-l :.»r m-- I how
ever received no pena*nenl hen.-lit mull 1 used ihe Roman
Eye Balsam, The first application relieved the unpleasant
feeling am! symptoms, and in one week I \. .■> entirely
cured It had the same g.«. i effe t in emii g a friend, to.
whom I recommended it. for son* eve- Yours, truly.
HIRAM NICHOLS. IU7 West Will street.
Prepared and so d by A. li. «V 11. MMIS, Whole
sale Druggists, No. 100 Fulton-street. corner of William,
For sale by DEWITT. KITTLE A Co.. 11. JOHNSON
It Co., and KKDINGTON a I ...‘•an Iramlsco; RICK
k COFFIN. Marys\lfle: l: II MrDoNALD i Co, Saa*
ramento; and by Druggists generally
»f Sa mis’ Hakmapakii.i.a and other Medicines
For Hide by i)B. A. 1). BOYCE, Druggist, Homibw.
Washington street, above Dupont street,
5.4 \ FRA JVC IS CO .
Dr. R. Bei erl)’ Colt*,: : : : Surgeon.
Thin iNsmrnov has befn opened for the
accommodation of those from the interior, who repair
to thia city for Miryical advice and operation. It is provid
ed with every convenience of a larger establi.-diinen', with
the advantage of private apartments and advice, suitable
nursing, diet. etc.
DR. COIF’S ofliee and residence at the Infirmary.
OFFICE IHU'RS—Morning until 9 o’clock ; Alternoon from
1 to 3.
Medical gentlemen from all parts of the Slate are
particularly invited to visit tlie Institution and attend its
DOCTOR II O IT’S
Private Medical Office
CORNER OF DUPONT AND PACIFIC STREETS,
TbEVOTKI) EXCLUSIVELY TO THE TREATMENT W
1 / Chronic or Lingering I'isenM** of both sexes, nnd lotb*
Hereditary Affections of Children. IHseases of the Pk'i sue
cess fully treated.
JkaT Patients may rely upon a Judicious and efilcaciout
treatment. In accordance with the lung and well-estahli-hed
principles of Allopathic Practice. in-0 3m
TO BANKERS, ASSAYERS,
.... A S I) ....
Gold Dust Dealers.
The house of haraszthy, uznayaco.. having
established their M W GOLD ANI» PILVF.R REFINE
RY on a large scale, and in a permanent manner, are now
ready to receive the precious Metals and prepare them fur
immediate coinage, at the U. 8. Mint, in the moat expedi
They invite the attention of the Rankers and Gold Dust
Dealers to the fact, that their refining is conducted by •
process so much cheaper and quicker than that of the Go
vernment, that they can fix a much lower rate of charges
for the operation, and thus make it a great pecuniary bcu«
fit to the Depositor, both in the time of receiving his coin,**
well as in the amount of the return'
They an* prepared to return either coin or refined bars for
dust and imported bars.
JBT Office HT Buttery street, near Commercial street,
inti 3m HARASCTHY. USWAY k CO.
Comer Merchant street and the IMaza
JAKRSONS WHO DESIRE APARTMENTS OF THE FIU.-T
Class. Furnished or Unfurnished, will find them at Ibis
Hotel, which is the most fashionable and comfortable of any
in this city, and lieing under the immediate supervision and
attention of the proprietress, presents all the comforts of •
Rooms rented by the month, day or week.
Passengers arriving by the steamers, will always find
Private eutrunce on Kearny street.
.voH’ is Tilt: Ti.nt: to bvY.
Vun or nKoi’Nii smiATEii onk milk kkosi mark
poaa, upon the Stockton Road, known as ]»r. Boyce*
Ranch. It lias upon it a GOOD , and out house*,
and is enclosed hy a good substantial Fence ; al " " P*’ 1 ”
well of water on the premises. Said property will If s"W
very low for Cash, inquire at the office o! :r.AD I *'•
west side of the Plata, llornitos
J. N. WELCH,
Gunsmith anti Walrhunil*<‘ r '
MAIN STREET. HoKNH' 'S.
‘IITATCHEB, i 'kicks and Jewelry repuln-d. Guo- I’i-b'K
YV Ae., reiialrxnl and cleaned on the-liorte-t > •-'
From long experience in the abu\>- Inkiness, he ■ "i "« r
rant sHtisfactiou V* his customers, and ho respectfully so*
licit* the patronage of the public generally.
Pixh attached W Spkcimfxs. Ac jy lb UP
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