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DAVIS & GODFREY, Editors and Proprietors. VOL. 1. Ulnrijmsa Untmrrat. Office on High «t, East side, below the New Plaza. TERMS: Per annum, in advance $5 00 For six months, in advance 3 00 Single copies ‘Jfi Advertisements inserted at the lowest rates. MRT Kvery description of Plain and Fancy .fob Printing neatly and promptly executed. THE MONEY PANIC. BY DU. J. HAYNES. The panic grows. and language flows, And fiercer is the strife ; The money vault is much at fault, The main-spring of our life! What shall we do, when all fall through, And cash gives up the ghost ? When millionares and ladies fair Attend the fun'ral host! All standing still—the loom and mill— It really pierces through ! The people grin without the “ tin ” Their noses turning blue! There’s nought to (ill a chiukless till— The Merchant waits in hope. And argues well but cannot sell— The Firms and Hanks are broke! It's so funny without money— Quite a serious joke, When none will lend and Hanks suspend, And due-bills at you poke ! Wc strut the town, fly up and down, At night we scratch our head ; Rise in the morn—look quite forlorn-- Possessing “ nary rod.” It’s really strange we have no change Therefore no change can make ; Will some arrange to make some change That we some change may take? We see the end—al! must suspend, Wo don't mean hy the neck ! Though ’twould l»e right for those who might Have saved the general wreck ! We much regret—we’re all In debt We must go up the “ spout”— Insolvent all, as due-bills fall, While Commerce has the gout! Will some bring on Circulation. That Money’s pulse may l»eat! Some nostrum find to ease the mind, And curt* from head to feet. The Camels.— These useful animals, under ■charge of Lieut Beale, left San Antonio, carry ing the larger portion of the grain for the ten teams of mules in the ezpediton ; the regular park camel carrying a load of one thousand pounds, making an average of four miles an hour, without suffering the least inconveni ence. The old idea that these animals cannot ■swim, was refuted in the passage of the Rio Colorado, near the Mohave village, which the expedition crossed the latter part of October. The experiment was made hy Lieut Beale leading one of the large pack animals into the river, who, as soon as he was driven in be yond his depth, took to the water “ like a •duck,” and the rest crossed in batches of five and six. The success of the experiment of the introduction of camels on the plains, has been fully demonstrated, and they prove invaluable. flow to be Happy.— We are in a very beau, tiful world; there is beauty everywhere, and we can find much happiness on this earth, when we grow wise enough to know in what pure happiness consists. Even small hoys or girls can make themselves very happy by en deavoring to render others comfortable and ‘happy. Are any of your acquaintances sick •or lame, or unhappy ? Take a hook, a boquet of flowers, a basket of fruit, or whatever may come to hand, go to them, speak kindly, read them a pleasant story, cause them to forget -their discomfort, and you will, in so doing, without being aware of it, very much augment your own enjoyment, while you at least cause them to forget their unhappiness. A Goon House. —The characteristics of a good horse arc: Ist, his eyes, even when seen in tho stable, are perfectly clear and transpar ent, and the pupils or apples of the eyes are alike in color and size. 2d, on being nipped in the gullet, lie will utter a sound like that from a bellows. If, on the contrary, lie should give vent to a dry, husky, short cough, be ware of him, his wind is unsound. 3d, his legs are smooth and “clean.” If you find bunch es or puffs, or a difference in size, though he may not he lame, disease lurks there. 4th, If broad and full between the eyes, he is suscep tible of being trained to almost anything. sth. If some white or parti-colored, ho is docile and gentle. Politeness. —The sham gentleman and holy do not know that politeness is tho legitimate result of good nature and good sense; and that it is, therefore, wholly distinct from any facti tious circumstances of birth, education, wealth or talent. Many a nobleman is less polite than a plowman; many a millionaire, and many an artist might take lessons in politeness of a laboring man. At a superficial glance, education seems to make the distinction ; but education only modifies our nature, and the inherent vulgar (that is, the ill-natured and stupid,) when off their guard, drop the mask that a little schooling and worldly training put on them, and display their true selfishness of character. A m»n in Sonora lias commenced suit against Ids wife for divorce, on the ground of cruel treatment. HORNITOS, MARIPOSA COUNTY, CALIFORNIA, THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 24, 1857. TAIII.B M(ir\TAIV—TIOL.I'MJiE COUSTV. A correspondent of the Columbia Courier , gives the following history of the company which first conceived the plan of getting at the treasure in this mountain, and which we cite as an evidence of success which rewards perseverance: Early in the month of May, and in the spring of 1862, one of the members of what is now known as the “Jamestown, or Oliver’s Tunnel,” conceived the idea that scoria, or conglomerate of which the mountain was com posed could only have attained its present po sition in a liquid state—that it must have had a channel to circumscribe its bounds, and that this channel, which he supposed to be the original bed of the Stanislaus river, must be the deposit of immense supplies of gold. Ac cordingly, a company was formed, composed of Allen Oliver, John Oliver, James 1). Lyon, Robert Darling, and two brothers by the name of Stanfield. These gentlemen, amidst the derision of the multitude, commenced the la borious work of tunneling into Table Moun tain, as before stated, in May, 1862, and at a period far in advance of similar enterprises in the southern mines. At this time, they called for a meeting of the miners in the vicinity, for the purpose of forming laws regulating mining operations in the mountain; but failing in this, they were told to “go ahead! that they were welcome to the benefits of the entire mountain.” The latter three of the company, growing dissatisfied, sold out their claims; but the remaining number, not at all dispirited, and being reinforced, with additional help, prosecuted their enterprise, with the philoso phic assurance of men who understood what they were doing. In one year from the com mencement of the work, under the cognomen of the “ Experimental Tunnel C 0.,” these men had driven a tunnel entirely through the con glomerate and 41 rim rock ” of the channel, of the original stream, a distance of 900 feet, where they obtained gravel and a little gold. But finding their position too high to enable them to reach the bed of the channel, and having demonstrated the proof of their theory, they immediately commenced another tunnel, thirty feet lower than the first. In the mean time, the Scraperville Tunnel Co. had com menced similar operations in the west or south side of the mountain, which company was the only one associated in (he enterprise, up to the fall of 1851. In November of this year, Avant and others commenced, the High Point Tunnel, a little below the Experimental, or, as it is now called, the Jamestown Tunnel. By this time, public attention commenced its diversion in favor of the Table Mountain mines; and in the month of January, 1855, it broke out into a general excitement, such as is seldom equaled, even in the experience of Cal ifornia miners. Immense mass meetings were now held, and laws were adopted, regulating and limiting the rights of each miner. It was at this period that the fabulous story of a soap mine discovery was circulated; following which, the blue mass mountain was said to have been found in El Dorado county, as well as the castor oil spring, in another part of the State, which latter, the wise said, was pre pared by nature to “ work off” the blue mass. Although digressing a little from the subject, these discoveries formed a theme for wise and learned disquisitions in various parts of the foreign and literary world. The oil, however, proved effectual in producing a climax to the infection, by working them all off together. To return to the pioneers of the Table Mountain enterprise, I need ordy say, in con clusion, that in May, 1854, they formed a joint stock company, with a capital of $150,000, un der which regulations they vigorously contin ued the work of excavation. At the mass meeting of January, 1855, their claim was pre scribed within the limits of 4500 feet in length and extending in width, as it is called, from “ lava to lava.” The indefatigable company is worthy of all commendation ; first, for the knowledge and judgment displayed in the location of their claims; and secondly, for the energy and per severance exhibited in the continuance of their work under the utmost hardships and difficul ties, For, w hen it is borne in mind that the work was executed at gieat expense and hard labor, and that the company realised nothing from the products of their labor until the spring of 1867 —a period of five years—it must be confessed that they justly rank among the first of California’s enterprising sons, and that they richly merit what they now see before them—a handsome fortune. Numerous tunnels, drifts and shafts are to be seen running through and sinking into their claims in various places. The length of tun neling, putting all together, apart from many feet of “ breaslings,” amount to 8300 feet, av eraging from four to six feet in size. Fifteen hundred feet of ibis was so intensely hard as utterly to resist the progress of the pick and shovel, and was only effected by blasting; and the entire work, correctly estimated, has been at a cost, in labor and capital, of over SIOO,OOO. ur In one* of the engagements during the war in Egypt, one of the enemy, falling into the power of a Highland sergeant, screamed out the only English word he was master oP— “Quarter! Quarter!” “ I*ll no hae time to quarter ye the noo,” replied Donald, “ I’ll just cut ye in twa!” "THE UNION AND ITS GOVERNMENT A Hard-shell.' —A traveler called at night fall at a farmer’s house—the owner being from home, and the mother and daughter being alone, they refused to lodge the wayfarer. “ How far, then,” said he, “to a house where a preacher can get lodgings ?” “ Oh, if you arc a preacher,” said the lady, “ you can stay here.” Accordingly, he dismounted. He de posited his saddlebags on the porch, and led his horse to the stable. Meanwhile the moth er and daughter were debating the point as to what kind of a preacher ho was. “He cannot be a Presbyterian,” said the one, “ for he is not well dressed enough.” “He is not a Me thodist,” said the other, “ for his coat is not the right cut for a Methodist.” “If I could find his hymn hook,” said the daughter, “ I could tell what kind of a preacher he is.” And with that she thrust her hand into the saddlebags, and, pulling out a flask of liquor, she ex claimed, “ La! mother, he’s a Hard-shell Bap tist ! ” _ It am so.—“ I hab always in my life,” says a darkey lecturer, “ found do gala to be fust in lub, fust in de dance, and do fust in de ice cream saloon, and de fust, best and de last in de sick room. What would we poor debbils do widout dem ? Let us he born as young, ns ugly and as helpless as we please, and a wo man’s arm am always open to recebc us. She it am who guhs us our llrst dose ob castor oil, and puts cloze ’pon our footses, and raps our toaes in long flannel petticoats. It am she, who, as we grow up, fills our dinner basket wid doe nuts and apples as we start to school, and licks us when we tear our trousers. Well Tirned. —ln a certain hotel not far from here, there is employed a bar tender, who is in the habit of taking his “ tod ” pretty freely, hut always makes it a point never to drink in the presence of his employer. A few days ago, while he was in the act of drawing his “ tod,” preparatory to taking a drink, the employer came into the bar-room rather unex pectedly. Finding himself caught in the act, he set the tumbler and its contents on the counter, and casting his eyes around, with a look of surprise, exclaimed : “ Where in thun der did the man that ordered this drink go to?” Philosophy. —** First class in oriental phil osophy will stand up. Tibhits, what is life I” “ Life consists of money, a horse, and a fash ionable wife.” “ Good ! Next—what is death ?” “ A paymaster who settles everybody’s debts and gives them tombstones aa receipts in full of all demands.” “ What is poverty I” “ The reward of merit that Genius generally receives from a discriminating public.” Rain of Lizards. —The Leßoy (N. Y.) pa per stales that during a heavy rain, live liz ards, some of them measuring four inches in length, came from the clouds like manna, though neither as plenty or half at welcome. They were found crawling on the sidewalks and in the streets, like fugitive infantile alliga tors, in places far removed from localities where they inhabit. Gold Discovery. — News from Detroit says that considerable excitement was lately crea ted at Ontonagon, Michigan, by the arrival of a party of Indians from the head waters of the Menomonee river, bringing with them some remarkably rich specimens of gold-bearing quartz. They represented that the country was rich with the same species of mineral. EJT" Ye Froggo is one amphibyous animal with foure feete, a nayked bod die, and wyth out ever a tayle. Ho hath a hoarse voice, and loveth much to use it on yo summer nights. He is remarkable for graceful swymming with rapidness, and for taking very large leappes on ye lande. r-»r od’s people are like stars, that shine brightest in the night; they are like gold, that is brighter for the furnace; like incense, that becomes fragrant from burning; like the cam omile plant, that grows the fastest when tram pled on. erin the commission of evil, fear no man so much as thine own self. Another is hut one witness against thee—thou art a thousand. Another thou mayest avoid, but thyself thou canal not; wickedness is its own punishment. HT'l ’he proof of true love is respect—not freedom. So says some one. A somewhat cold definition, and belongs, undoubtedly, to a billions temperament! It is a very common thing to abuse lawyers. Briefless lawyers, however, should always be excepted. It is wrong to speak ill of a man without a “ cause.” ETA pious darky asked an immoral one ! why he didn’t “ lay up his treasures in hea ven?” “What dense ob dat—l nebber see ’em agin,” said Sambo. There is a limit to enjoyment, though \ the sources of wealth be boundless ; and the choicest pleasures of life within the ring of moderation. He who lives only to benefit himself, : gives the world a benefit when he dies. J3T" Many complain of neglect, who never tried to obtain regard. An exchange calls venison the deer 1 departed. NEW STOCKTON ADVERTISEMENTS. E. O. LANGLEY & CO., ON THE T.RVEV, STOCKTON ... .Importer*of.... Pure Drugs, CHEMICALS. Genuine Patent Medicines, &c„ 4c.. PERFUMERY, Ac., Ac.. Ac. 0#- Having received per recent arrivals, n moat complete assortment of the above, they will be *oM at the LO IVEST MA RKE T PRICES f At mo—Wholesale Dealer* in Cain phene ff Country ordera particularly attended to and prompt iy dispatched. 08 3m W. W. WKBSTKB. J. M. WAITK. WEBSTER & WAITE, Importer* and Dealers In HARDWARE, CROCKERY, GLASS A WOODEN WARE, MINING AND AG RIC UL T U RAL IMPL E M K N TB. At 111** I’ionevr lUr Iwtrc mil K.mjiorium Brick Store, Corner of Mum and El Dorado at*., o«3m STOCKTON. SAUNDERS & HICKMAN, WIIOI.KRAI.R AMI RETAIL HF.AI.KK* IN HARDWARE, CUTLERY, STOVES. TIN, COPPER, SHEET-IRON WAKE. MINERS’ TOOLS, Agricultural Implements, Lend Pipe, Force and Lift Pumps. Tin Plate, Zinc, Block Tin, Wire, Nails, Ac., Ac. All kind* of JOB WORK, WIN’D MIIJ.S, nc. done to order. Main it., between Hunter and El Dorado sit., olfttf .STOCK TO.\. JOSEPH D. PETERS, FREIGHTER AND FORWARDER , STOCKTON, CALIFORNI A. Particular attention paid to receiving Merchandise from Nteainloal* and nailing venae I*, and forwarding with dlapach, and at the |owe*t rata**of freight, without extra charge of comminaion or otherwise. (d' l| Di | ' l ' in Starhuek’* Brick Building on the I/*vee. corner of Commerce street, directly oppo«lte the Steamboat landing. Order* accompanied with the each, will receive prompt attention. at.VSm WBW Fruit and Confectionery Store. KEFI.EB ft Of), announce that Ihev have just opened on the Levee, next door to the Shades Saloon. Stockton, A NEW FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY STORE, Where they are prepared to FILL ALL ORDERS IN THEIR LINE. At Wholesale or Retail. *1 rate* to enit the time* Their arrangement* ars complete lor receiving con-tuul supplies of the moat choice article*. 0S“ Order* from the country promptly and satisfactorily attended to. KEELER A Co.. mfi 3m Next door to the Shade* Saloon. Stockton Book and Stationery Warehouse. ROSENBAUM"& VAN ALLEN, IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN BOOKS, STATIONERY, And Musical liiatrumruta, LEVEE, near ear. El Dorado tt.. STOCKTON. ENGLISH AND AMERICAN BOOKS. in nil the different department of literature. Standard, poetical. >cienlillc and Mi*cell*neou* Work*, to which addition* are constantly be illg made. LAW AND MEDICAL HOOKS, comprising all the atand ard Work*. A large and well annorted atock will be found coimtantlv In "tore CHEAP PUBLICATIONS of every deacriptlon. In variou* language*. All the new work* received a* toon a* l**ued I from the variou* publishing hou*e* In the United State*. STaTTOSEBV of all kind* embracing the finest French. Kngli*h and American manufacture. A l*o, a choice variety of MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, , All of which will be nold at the lowe*l San Franclaco price*. 04 Order* from country dealer* promply attended U>.~£o ROSENBAUM ft VAN ALIKS' are agent* for the Alta Exprea* Co., at Stockton Package* and letter* Expressed to every city, tow n and mining camp in Northern Califor nia. ®Bqly E. E. KENNEY, ... WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER 1N... CROCKERY and GLASSWARE MAIN KTRIET, Next SOM To HOLDEN’S DRUG WORK, STOCKTON. grg, .1 it 1.1 received, a complete ami well aiteorled stock of - CROCKERY-WARE, GLASS WARE, STONE-WAKE, WOODEN WARE, WILLOW-WARE, CAMPHENEAND OIL LAMPS. ,\i.*o—Cl TT.I BY of all kind* constantly on hand, aud for aale at greatly reduced price*. UiW MKRt HANTS from the Country will And it to their adviiiitHgn to give him a call before purchasing elsewhere. Stockton, October 8, 1 Kf»7. oBtf Arthur "W. Joe, MORMON BAR, One Mile below MaripoMU Town. I have on hand a complete and suitable assortment of PROVISIONS, BOOTS, CLOTHING, 3VHKTI3STG TOOLS And other floods necessarily required by Miner*. For sale at the lowest market price, by aH-tf ARTHUR W. JEE. J. N. WELCH, L'tmsinllA and H'al ehina kr r, MAIN STREET, HOKNITDS. \\T ATCHEB, Clock* and Jewelry repaired. Gun*. Pistol*. kc . rcMinired and cleaned on the shortest notice. From long ex parlance in the above bu«ine**. he can war* rant satisfaction to hi* customer*, and he respectAillr so -1«-| th' patronage of the public genera tl f't.vs sttH' lied to M'l' iMI v* Ac. iyl« r.n* TIIKMB : FIVE DOLLARS PER AHIIOII, IH ADVAHCE. MARIPOSA BUSINESS HOUSES. r. F. MacDERMOT C. KEDRINS D BIUDt. Main street, Mariposa, A .1 U SAXTON'S OnßEnt, Have recently associated together as a Trading Firm, tinder the name of M DEKMOT & CO. KOH TilK PVBPOMR OK CONDCCTIKW A Wholesale and Retail Business IX GROCERIES AM) PROVISIONS: Superior Old Wines and Liquors, Of the Choicest Brand*; HAVANA AND AMERICAN CIGARS; Clolhhig- , Hoots and Shot* .- DUCKS, DRILLS AND BLANKETS; TVT Inlnc Toola, Efo. .... AND A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF .. .. HARDWARB. tr We would respectfully inform our Friends and he Public that one of the linn will remain ooiwUntly in San Francisco, for the purpose of purchiiHing anil forwarding floods, and by this arrangement we will he enabled to sell Goods .lx Low an any Other Haunt IN THE SOUTHERN MINES, pon OAB II . <ill< K BALES A Nil SMALL PROFITS 11 Call and examine our Stock and Prices before pur* chasing elsewhere. Mamipimia. July 4. 1860. attf LIVERY STABLE. MAIN STREET, MARIPOSA. M. 0. BARBER, ; Pkopkif.tok. THK Proprietor thankful for the liberal patronage hen tofore extended him resnecifully informs the public ♦ hat he continue* the above business al bis old stand In Mari|Mi«a. whore he keeps constantly for hire, on reasona ble terms, a number of the BEST SADDLE HORSES. IT* Parties visiting Yosetnlte Valley can he supplied with animal* on short notlce.-fc* Good accommodations in the wav of Htabling. Horses kept by the Dav. Week or Month, at moderate rate-. Animals received at all hours day ni night, upon applica tion at the Stable. HORSES BOUGHT AND SOLD. TIIF STABLE Is under the personal superlntendance of I to- proprietor, and caieful a I lent ion will ul all times l»e giv en to animals left In his charge. n'ificltol LIVERY JTAHLE. J. Howell A Co. WOL’IJ) n-*pectfully inform the people of Mnripoaa and the public generally, that they have opened the Eta ble lately kept by J. 11. Head, in the town of MARIPOSA, ON MAIN STREET, below the old I-toulhern Hotel. Good Saddle Horses are always to be found at the Stable for hire, at reasonable ratet*. The best accommodationa in the way of stabling furnished. Horses kept by the f»«v. Week or Month, on reasonable turn.. ANIMALS TAKEN IN AT ALL HOURS. ■dT Proprietor always on hand.“VS nlUtf THE GEM! MAIN STUB! I MARIPOSA. NOTICE I NO BOOKS KEPT ! I JW. TORNKY respectfully informs his friends and the 9 public that he continue* to keep a choice selection of the l>e«t Brandies Whiskies, Old Tom. and a full assortment of Wines. In-lug thankful for past favors from Cash Citato mors, he solicits a continuance ul their patronage. HOT PUNCHES. ETC . I BRING THK SEASON. Rulea of the “ Gera ” —Cash Customers—BB Brandy. 25 eta Those that pay to morrow, apply “ further on. - ’ Mariposa. Nov. 19, 1857. MACHINE SHOP .. . AN f» FOUNDRY, BULLION STREET, Immediately in the Rear of Ca*hman's .Vein Store. MR. N H ASK ELIMACHINIST. HAVING HIS MA chine Shop and Foundry now in complete working or der. would respectfully inform his friends and the public gent-rally, that he is now prepared to do all kinds of Cast ings 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 Castings <d 1500 Ihs. weight, and’will warrant all of his work strong and perfect. II required, lie will visit places requiring work done on Boil ers or Kngines. allf ■dT BILLIARD DA LI REPAIRED, and made perfectly round and true. Also—Balls for Rondo turned. MARIPOSA LAGER BEER. UOBNNEBERA L E S M A N, Proprietors of the.... NEW MARIPOSA BREWERY, RESPECTFULLY announce to the public that their NEW BREWERY ia completed, and they are now manufacturing LAGER BEER of n su|»erior quality to any ever ollered in Mariposa county. Orders for He«-r will la* promptly supplied in any part of ♦ be county. Families will be supplied with Beer in Bottles or Kegs, as may be most desirable. Mariposa, August, 1857. augfitf JOHN A. lIORNNFUFTI IIKNRY LRBMAN* AMERICAN RESTAURANT, MAIN STREET, HORNITOS. BOURBIN ft GEDDES Proprietors. TMIE PROPRIETORS in Form the public of HORNITOS . and vicinity, that they have opened a Restaurant next door to the Mariposa i*emocrat office, and nearly opposite Wells, Fargo & Co.’s Express office, where will he found at all Lours, all the delicacies that the market affords. Their prices are as follows : Board, per Week, (without 87.00 do per Day .. L 26 MlAl S HY THE Pi ATI By strict attention to the wants of customers, they hope to merit a liberal patronage oJC PROFESSIONAL CARDS. ff. A. XRRRITT ALU. PEERING. MERRITT A REERIJTG, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office on Main street, between Fourth and Fifth. MARIPOSA sltf ALEX. LEERING, NOTARY PUBLIC. Henry O. Worthington, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. Office in Fremont’* Adobe House, comer Main and Fifth at*, altf MARIPOSA HAMI.B ALMOV B. B fIAKRII. ALISON K HARRIS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, MARIPOSA. Ovhck on Main, bktwkkn Fovhtu and Fifth 3t«. altf Nicholas Cleary, ATTORNEY COUNSELLOR AT LAW, MARIPOSA, CAL Orviux--E*»t tide of Main street. between Fourth and Fifth •treeU. jy23tf R . H . DALY, COUNSELLOR AT LAW; DISTRICT ATTORNEY AND NOTARY PUBLIC; MARIPOSA. Office in the Court House Hnilding. aB-lf ALFRED F. WASHBURN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Office two doora North of the Past Office, Main Street, nU»tt MARIPOSA. It. li. Hall, ATTORNEY AT LAW, STOCKTON. altf DR. H. S. BROCKWAY, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, HOKHITOB. Professional attendance rendered at all hour*. Office at lilt residence, High street, one door north of Mechanic street. d 3 Dr. W. S. Kavanaugli« omes-ox MAIN STREET, OPPOSITE DR. HDBDKLL*B DAOPErtREAN GALLERY. MARIPOSA. al tf DR. JAMES L. CLARKE. OITICE- “PINK TREK HOFSR.” CORNER FIFTH AND MAIN STREETS, MARIPOSA altf COOK k FENNER, COUNSELLORS AT LAW . Parson* Building, No. 140 Clay Street, a*29-tf SAX FRANCISCO. FREDERICK A. SAWYER, Attorney and Covmellor at Late, AVOCAT, ABOGADO, SPEAKING FRENCH AND HPANISH. Expre.s» Building. N. F cor. Montgomery and California at*., a29-tf SAX FRAXCIBCO. ST. Potty, CONSTABLE, TOWNSHIP NO. I. Particular attention paid to the collection of Accounts, Notes, &c.. jalltf Hr. 11. J. PAINE,-DENTIST, HOHNI T O S . I AT* OF THE FIRM OF PAINE A BEERS. Dentists. San j Frailciaco, Ik now permanently located at llornitoH, where he will be happy to attend to call* in hi* profession. Having had an extensive practice for seventeen year*, he leels warranted in Haying to all those winhing Dental opera tfoiia performed, or Artificial Teeth inserted, on fine gold plate, that his work cannot he excelled in the I'nited Staten, leriii.i, moderate. Consultation- 1 , free. N. B —Dr. P. will make occasional visits to the neigh boring towns. where he will attend persons al their residen cea, upon application, either by letter or otherwise, oltf J. B. ISBAIL. DENTIST, MAIN STREET. HORNITOB, FORMERLY of PHILADELPHIA. (PENN.) IS PFRMA nently locateil in Ilornitoa, having a comfortable and convenient Offir*, at the FI Dorado Restaurant, with all the neceasary Instruments and appliances. Will do any kind of work that pertains to the profession of J*entistry, in n manner which shall give entire satisfaction, or the money refunded Artiliciul Teeth inserted on Gold Plate or on Pivot, as the case may require. Teeth Plugged with pure Gold, or extracted. Children’ll Teeth regulated when neces Nary, and all Diseases of the (iumi treated, the moat of which are called scurvy of the gums. Cure, or no pay. Chloroform administered, If desired. Terms reasonable. Examination free. altf SIGNS! SIGNS!! SIGNS!!! OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, Painted to Order With Despatch and on Reasonable Terms. KT Orders left at the office of the Mariposa Democrat. Mornilua, will be promptly attended to. “ RICHARDSON. ’’ LaGraMQR, Ahr. IR, 18fiT. ang2o-3m PLAZA DRUG STORE, HOKNITOS. DR. A. D. BOYCE, ta~ HAS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A FULL ASSORT meut of Frenh Drugs and Medicines, aa well as all the American. English and French Chemical* in common uae, also. Shaker’h Herbs, Hoots, and extracts ; bami|y Medt cinea, all the beat kind of Pill*. Sarsaparilla*, Ointments . Selvae and in fact EVERY THING that conM be expected to be found in a well atecked Drug Store jelltf NO. 38.