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DAVIS A GODFREY, Editors and Proprietors. YOL. 1. Hlariposa Democrat. Office on High at, East side, below the New Plaza. TERMS: l>r annum, in advance 00 F ; six months, in advance 3 00 Single copies 2ft Advertisements inserted at the lowest rates. t&T Every description of Plain and Fancy Job Printing neatly and promptly executed. From the Louisville Journal. EVALIE. BY SUE E. WEED. I have listened all the even, For a step I may uot hear, And the shadows dim are fulling On my heart, and on my ear. I have watched with eye untiring For a form I may not see, For the clouds 'twixt Earth and Heaven Hide from me young Evalie. One May morning when the sunbeams Slept in glory on the hours, From the spirit-world, a summons Called a bud from out our (lowers. ’Twaa a purer and u brighter Thau we ever more may see— And a gloom fell on the blossoms, When she fled—sweet Evalie. She was hula mere child angel, Only as the lilly tall, And her path through seven summers. Lay 'mid songs and blossoms ail. Bbe was guided by hands holy Through Life's mazes to the sea— Death's dim sea so vast and shoreless, Where in peace sleeps Evalie. When she glided from our presence, Like a star athwart the sky, Oh, we treasured memories of her— Of the love within her eye— Of her voice like summer’s breathings— Of her fair hair flowing Iree— Of the pale light on her foreuead— Of her smile—sweet Evalie. But the harp whose strings are broken, Still makes a music to the touch ; And the blossom, crushed and faded, Of rare fragrance yleldeth much. And within the twilight gleaming, When the night sweeps o’er the lea, There’s no grave between our loving And our lost one Evalie. I have waited all the even, For a step that's silent now, And the shadows dark are lying Deeper on my heart and brow ; But her childlove to me dingeth, Through earth’s darkness guarding me, And 1 thank the great ullFalher, That we once had Evalie! Br. Lons, Dec., 1857. Father of Thomai Jrffrraon. In Randall’s Biography of Thomas Jeffer son, just issued from the press, we find the following reference to the father of the dis tinguished author of the Declaration of Inde pendence : He was a man of gigantic stature—plain, and adverse to display—ho was grave, taciturn, slow to make, and not over prompt to accept advances. He was one of those calmly and almost sternly self-relying men, who lean on nonc — w ho desire help from none. And he certainly had both muscle and mind which could he trusted! He could simultaneously ■** head up” (raise from their sides to an upright position) two hogsheads of tobacco, weighing nearly a thousand pounds apiece. He once directed three able-bodied slaves to pull down a ruinous shed by means of a rope. After they had again and again made the effort, he bade them stand aside, seized the rope, and dragged down the structure in an instant. Traditions have come down of his continuing his lines as a surveyor through savage wilder nesses, after his assistants had given out from famine and fatigue, subsisting on the raw flesh of game, and even of his pack mules when other food failed. Temper. —Of all qualities, a sweet temper is perhaps the one least cultivated in the lower ranks of life. The peculiar disposition is not watched ; car© is not taken to distinguish be tween the passionate child, the sulky, the ob stinate, and the timid. The children of the poor are allowed a latitude of speech unknown among the higher orders; and they are free from the salutary restraint imposed by what is termed “ company.” When in the enjoyment of full health and strength, the ungoverned temper of the poor is one of their most striking faults; while their resignation under affliction, whether mental or bodily, is the point, of all others, in which the rich might with advantage study to imitate them. Hooks and Eves. —The town of Attlebor ough, Mass., is largely engaged in the manu facture of those useful little articles so indis pensable to the ladies. Nearly 1000 persons are employed in the business, which is worth $60,000 per annum. A single machine will make one hundred hooks or eyes pur minute. This business was commenced in Attleborough in 1889. “Died Poor.”—As if anybody could die rich, and in that act of dying not loose the grasp upon title-deed and bond, and go away a pauper, out of time. No gold, no jewels, no lands or tenements. And yet men have been buried who did die rich—died worth a thou sand thoughts of beauty, a thousand pleasant memories, and a thousand hopes of glory. HORNITOS, MARIPOSA COUNTY, CALIFORNIA, THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 25, 1858. One of the early Kings of Egypt, being de sirous to secure his riches, commanded a treas ure house to be built; but the architect, in tending to have some share of the treasure, instead of finishing the building completely, placed one of the stones in so artful a manner, that it could be taken out and put in again by one man. As he was prevented by death from accomplishing his design, on his death-bed he gave full instructions to his two sons how to execute it. After they had for some time plundered the treasury, and carried off large sums, the king, who observed the gradual di minution of his wealth, without being able to discover how the thieves had access to it, find ing his seal upon the door always whole, or dered several strong traps to be left in the treasury. By this means one of the brothers was at lart taken; but finding it impossible to escape, he pressed his brother to cut off his head, and retire with it to prevent any dis covery. The next morning, examining the success of his project, upon finding a man without a head in the snare, the king hastened out in the greatest alarm and confusion ; but, recovering himself, he ordered the body to be exposed on the outside of the wall to the public view, charging the guards placed around it to ob serve the countenances of the spectators, and to seize those who appeared sorrowful. The surviving brother, urged by his mother’s en treaties and threats of exposure, formed the design of carrying off his brother’s body. Ac cordingly, driving his asses thither, laden with skins of wine, he found means, by the strata gem of letting his wine run out, to intoxicate and stupify the guards. While they were in a deep sleep, he shaved the right cheek of each of them, by way of derision, and in the mid die of the night carried off the body on one of his asses. This action still more astonished the king, who, being now more earnest to discover the thief, ordered his daughter to receive the ad dresses of all suitors promiscuously, on condi tion that each should previously confess to her the most ingenious action he had ever man aged, and the greatest crime he had ever com mitted. The young man, resolving again to perplex the king, went to the place to his daughter, and confessed to her that he had cut off his brother’s head, and afterwards carried off the body. When she then offered to lay hold of him, he stretched out to her the arm of a dead man, which he had carried in under his cloak, (suspecting the intentions of the king) and, while she supposed she had detained the culprit, he made his escape. The king’s resentment being now converted into admiration, he promised a pardon and re ward to the person who had robbed his treas ury, if he would discover himself. The young man, upon this proclamation, immediately made himself known, and the king thereupon accounting him far superior in dexterity to any man then living, gave him his daughter in marriage. The Grave or Patrick Henry.— Until very recently—and the people not only of Virginia, i hut of the whole Union, should hear it with chagrin and sorrow—the grave of Patrick Henry has had no stone to mark its locality, no monument to invite the eye of pilgrims in | search of that sacred shrine. And at last the! pious and patriotic task has been completed by | his two sons. The tombstone is strikingly symbolical of the gnat cause of republicanism, in which he who sleeps beneath it so gloriously shone, not less by the light of the genius with which he irrad iated it than by the patriotic ardor that ani mated him to espouse it. It consists simply of a solid rtl! of fine sandstone—quarried on the place—nine feet ten inches square, and two feet high, with a superstructure six feet square, twenty-two inches high, with marble slabs projecting over the sides. On one of the slabs is inscribed : “ Patrick Henry. Born May 29, j 1730. Died June 0, 1799. His fame his best; epitaph.” On the other: “Dorothea Dand ridge, wife of Patrick Henry. Born in the year 1765. Died Feb. 14, 1831." It will thus be seen that his wife sleeps by his side. In Char lotte County, at Red Hill, Virginia, tho resi dence of John Henry, Esq., these sacred rel ics lie. A Prussian Anecdote. —A Prussian journal of the Lower Rhine, tells a very good story of a religious community thereon, who, appreciat ing the long and able services of their faithful minister, unanimously resolved, as a slight tes timonial of the same, to present him this year i of a bountiful vintage each with a bottle of white wine. The minister was of course duly sensitive to this delicate tribute of love and , affection, as well ns pretty proud of it, as an evidence that his ministry had not been alto gether in vain, and at considerable expense prepared in his cellar a huge ornamented cask, at which, on the appointed day, appeared every member of his flock and emptied his bottle. But what was tho surprise of the minister, as well as of the generous donors, on tasting from I the now overflowing cask, to find that it was | notwine but water! A strange thing, cei , tainly, and of which we have no other explan ation than this, that every member of tho so ciety was of the same idea that one bottle of water would not be noticed in a whole cask of j wine. Ancient Dexterity. "THE UNION AND ITS GOVERNMENT.” LATER FROM THE SOOTH. Important from the Colorado Hirer. The steamer Surprise arrived Feb. 14 from the Southern coast, bringing San Diego, Los Angeles and Santa Barbara papers to the 6th instant By this arrival, Gen. Clarke, Commander of the Pacific Division, received despatches from Lieut. Ives, of the Colorado Exploring Expedi tion, giving an account of the successful result of the undertaking. The ascent was accom plished with little difficulty to within a day’s travel of Salt Lake Valley. The San Diego Herald of the 6th published a postscript announcing the arrival of an ex press from Fort Yuma, with despatches for Gen. Clarke, and concludes that the information contained in the despatches relates to some important hostile movement on the part of the Mormons or their Indian allies. The supposi tion seems to have been warranted by the statements of the expressman, who stated that before he left the river an Indian runner came into the Fort with a letter from Lieut. Ives’ exploring party, (which had ascended the Col orado in C«pt. Johnson's steamer “Jessup,” three day's steaming above the Mohave villages,) and immediate orders were issued by the commander of the post, that no one should leave the Fort without written permis sion. The same paper says that the probability is that the Mormons are preparing to make their wav into northern Mexico and as they will do so by the way of the Colorado ferry, this strict order is issued to prevent a surprise by any advanced guard that the Mcrruona may send ahead to make preperations for crossing. It appears however from the dispachcs re ceived by Gen. Clarke that there was no trou ble apprehended either by the Mormons or Indians. The latter seemed peacably disposed, although they had frequent communications with the Mormons. Important from Sonora and the Gadsden Purchase.— The news from Sonora is of much importance. It is reported that Gandara has returned from the city of Mexico with a com mission from Comonfort, appointing him Gov ernor of Sonora, and that he is taking ven geance on his old enemies by cutting off their heads! If it is the design of Brigham Young to take refuge in Sonora, by sustaining Gan dara for a time as Governor of the Slate, he can gain a foothold in that territory from which the Mexican Government will never be able to dislodge him. Later from Salt Laeb. —The Salt Lake mail reached Los Angeles on the 3d inst. By this arrival, says the Star , we have a file of the Deneret Newt up to January 6th, and an extra of the 7lh—the latter containing the cor respondence which has taken place between Gov. Young and the officers of iheU. S. Army transmitted to the Legislature at the request of that body, and read in joint session, on the 4th of January. From the speeches of Brigham Young, He her C. Kimball, O. Hyde, and other Presidents and Elders, we perceive that the spirit of re sistance to the United States troops still pre vails among the people, although the discourses of these leaders are by no means so violent and outrageous as formerly. There is no direct intelligence of the move ments of the army in the Newt , and it is only by hints through the speeches that we hear of an army being on the frontier. Daniel Webster. —lf nobler sentiments than tho following, says a New York paper, which were uttered by Daniel Webster, ever fell from human lips, we have yet to see them. They are indeed pearls of the rarest value, which should bo cherished in every heart of hearts by every one: It is only shallow-minded pretenders who make distinguished origin cither a matter of personal honor or personal reproach. A man who is not ashamed of himself, need nut be ashamed of his early condition. It did happen to me to be born in a log cabin, raised among tho snow-drifts of New Hampshire, at a period so early that when the smoke first rose from its rude chimney, and curled over the frozen hills, there was no similar evidence of a white man’s habitation between it and the settlements on the rivers of Canada. Its remains still exist; I make it an annual visit. I carry my chil dren to it, and teach them the hardships en dured by the generation before them. I love to dwell on the tender recollections, the kin dred ties, tho early affections, and the narra tions and incidents which mingle with all I know of this primitive family abode. I weep to think that none of those who inhabited it are now among tho living; and if ever 1 fail in affectionate veneration for him who raised it and defended it against savage violence and destruction, cherished all domestic comfort be neath its roof, and, through the fire and blood of seven years’ revolutionary war, shrunk from no toil, no sacrifice, to serve his country, and to raise his children to a condition belter than his own, may my name and the name of my posterity be blotted from the memory of man kind. Russian Serfdom. —The Russian Govern ment has commenced to emancipate the serfs. Three commissions have been appointed for the purpose. STOCKTON ADVERTISEMENTS. W. W. WEBSTER. J. M. WAITE. WEBSTER & WAITE, Importers and Dealers in HARDWARE. CROCKERY. GLASS & WOODEN WARE, MINING AND AGRICULT URAL I M ELEMENTS. At the Pin—f Hardware and Agricultural Emporium, Erick Start, Corner of Main and El Dorado eta., 08-3 m STOCKTON. SAUNDERS & HICKMAN, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DKAI.F.ItP IN HARDWARE, CUTLERY, STOVES, TIN. COI’I'ER. SHEET-IRON WARE, MINERS’ TOOLS, Agricultural Implements, Load Pipe, Force and Lift Pumps, Tin Plate, Zinc, Block Tin, Wire, Nails, Ac., Ac. All kinds of JOB WoRK, WIN'D MIIJ.S, rrc, done to order. Main el., between Hunter and El Dorado it*., olftlf STOCK Toy. Book and Stationery Warehouse. ROSEN BAUmTVa N ALLEN, IMPORTERS AMI DEALERS IN BOOKS, STATIONERY, And Musical Inslrunirnta, LEVEE, near cor. El Dorado el., STOCKTON. ENOUGH AND AMERICAN HOOKS, in all the different department of Literature, Standard. Poetical, Scientific and Miscellaneous Work*, to which addition* are constantly be ing made. LAW AND MEDICAL BOOKS. comprising all the stand ard Work*. A large and well assorted stock will found constantly in store. CHEAP PUBLICATIONS of every description, in rariona languages. All the new works received as soon a* issued from Ihe various publishing house- In the United States. STATIONERY of all kinds, embracing the finest French, English and American manufacture AUo. a choice variety of MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, All of which will be sold at the lowest San Francisco price*. Order* from country dealer* promply attended to -fe* ROSENBAUM k VAN Al l RV sre agent* for the Alta Kapres* Co,, at Stockton. Package* and letter* Expressed to every city, town and mining camp in Northern Califor nia. ofiqly E. E. KENNEY, ....WHOLESALE AM) KKTAII. DEALER 1N.... CROCKERY and GLASSWARE MAIN STRICT, yrx t doo*to HOLDEN’S I'RUO STORE, STOCKTON. HIT Juat received, a complete and well a**orted atoak of— CKOCK F.RY-W AHE, GLASS WAKE, STONE-WAKE, WOODEN’ WAKE, WILLOW-WARE, CAMPHENE AND OIL LAMPS. Auto—CUTLERY of all kind* constantly on hand, and for aaU* at greatly reduced pricea, VIERCfIASrs from the Country will find it to their advantage* to give him a call before purebaatng elsewhere. Stockton. October 8, 1867. oBlf E. O. LANGLEY At CO., ON THE LEVEE, STOCKTON, .... Importer* 0f.... Pure Drugs, CHEMICALS, Genuine Patent Hedicinea, &c., &0.. PERFUMERY, Ac., Ac., Ac. Having received per recent arrival.-, a moat complete aaaortment ol the above, they will l»e sold at the LOWEST MARKET PRICKS! Also —Wholesale Dealer* in Camphene. 4 0 • Country order* particularly attended to and prompt ly dinputchod.'tiS 08 3m JOSEPH D. PETERS, FREIGHTER AND FORWARDER, STOCKTON, CALIFORNIA. Particular attention paid to receiving Merchandise from ateamboa's mid sailing vessels. ami forwarding with dispach, ami at the lowed rates of freight, without eitra charge of commission or otherwise. tff Office in Starbuck’s Brick Building on the Levee, corner of Commerce street, directly opposite the Steamboat Landing. Orders accompanied with the cash, will receive prompt attention, alf» 3m iMtif ic vim rm; sjfLoojr IS REMOVED To East side of the Plaza, next to Block A Co’h store. WM. GRADE : : : Proprietor, late of Stockton. SHAVING, SHAMI'OONINO, AND HAIR CUTTING. Regular Cuatnmeri mil Ufurnished with n Separate Shaving Cup ami Hrush. ttW" Particular attention |Miid to cutting hair in the latent and most fashionable style. dlTtf COMET SALOON, CORNER OF MAIN AND FOURTH STREETS. MARIPOSA. JAMES M. VANDYKE,: : : Proprietor. a GOOD PI'PIT.Y OF THE BUST QI’AIJTY OF IMPORT J\_ ed Wines. Liquora and Cigars, ran always be found at the liar, where the proprietor Is always on hand to dis pense the best his house affords, to his friends and custo mers Hi* Liquors are selected with great care, and can be relied upon as the genuine article. TUB OEM! MAIN bTRBEf. MARIPOSA. NOTICE/ NO BOOKS KEPT!! JW. TORNFV respectfully informs bis friends and the # public that he continues to keep a choice selection of the best Brandies, Whiskies, Old Tom, and a full assortment of Wines, being thankful for past favors from Cash Custo mers, lie solicits a continuance ol their patronage. junl NOTICE. THE undersigned will attend to the examination of Min ing locations, make Report., and draw Plans for open ing and working Quart* Mines in Mariposa and ad joining counties. He will also attend to the purchasing ol Quart/ Mines on commission. J. E. CLAYTON, Mining Engineer. Office at Mariposs. Mariposa Countv jan7 TEUMB : FIVE DOLLARS PEE ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. MARIPOSA BUSINESS HOUSES. C. F. SUrDERSIOT C. KIRRINS T> BRIEN. Main street, Marlpoia, AMD SAXTON'S CREEK, Have recently associated together as a Trading Firm, under the name of M A DERMOT & CO. FOK TilK IM HPOHF OF CONDUCTING A Wholesale and Retail Business IN GROCERIES AM) PROVISIONS; Superior Old Wines and Liquors, Of the Choicest Brands ; HAVANA AND AMERICAN CIGARS; i lolhlnr. Hoots and Shoes: WICKS, DRILLS AND BLANKETS; Mining Tool*, Etc. .... AND A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF .... HARDWARE. tun We would respectfully Inform onr Friends and he Public that one of the firm will remain constantly in San Francisco, for the purpose of purchasing and forwarding Goods, and by this arrangement we will be enabled to sell Goods aim ImOlt as any Other House IN THE SOUTHERN MINES, POII CASH. ((IKK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS It fall and examine our Stock and Prices before pur chasing elsewhere. Mariinwa, July 4. ISAS. altf LIVERY STABLE. MAIN STREET, MARIPOSA. M. 0. BARBER, : Proprietor. THE Proprietor thankful for (In- liberal patronage here tofore extended him respectfully informs the public that he continue* the above business at his old stand in Mariposa, where he keep* constantly for hire, on reasona ble terms, a number of the BEST SADDLE HORSES. Parties visiting Yosenii'- V.i y can be supplied with animal* on short notice. -% ft Good accommodation* in the way ( stabling. Horse* kept by the I*uy, Week or Month, at moderate rate*. Animals received at all hour* day or night, upon applica tion at the Stable HOUSES BOUGHT AND SOLD. THE STABLE is under the personal superintendence of the proprietor, and careful attention will at all times be gir en to animals left in his charge. n'JAchol MACHINE SHOP AND FOUNDRY, BULLION STREET, Immediately in the Rear of Caahmane New Store. MR N HASKKU., MACHINIST, HAVING HIS MA chine shop and Foundry now in complete working or der, would rs*pectfully Inform Ids friend* and I lie public generally, that he is now prepared to do all kinds of Cast bigs to order, and will superintend in person the Making snd Repairing of every description of Machinery In general use in the county, H« is prepared to make Castings of 1600 lbs. weight, and will warrant all of his work strong and perfect. If required, he will visit places requiring work done on Boil er* or Engines. altf WT MILLIARD BALL- REPAIRED, and made perfectly round and true. Also—Bulls for Rondo turned. BOWLING SALOON AND Furnishod Rooms, AT TIIK PINE TREE HOUSE, CORNER OF FIFTH AND MAIN STREETS, MARIPOSA. NEW ROOMS HAVE BEEN FITTED AND Fiirnwhed recently, in a stylo unsurpassed, and are to let on reasonable terms, by tin* Week or Month. Transient Travellers may he -are of finding accom modationn suited to their various necessities. THE POSTOFFICE IS KEPT HERE, aitf McNamara a crhten. Imgo r Boor Saloon! BUCHENAU & WEBBER Proprietors. MARIPOSA. Havk the pleasure to inform their numerous friends and the public generally, that they have con siantly on hand the freshest of that much admired beverage, BAGE IX BEE IX 1 Together with a choice assortment of WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS! Of the Beat Quality. Coffee and Refreshments served at all hours Thankful for past favors, they respectfully solicit a con tinuance of the same. KI'CHKNAU A: WKHiiER. Mariposa, May tt, 1867. mb 3m MARIPOSA LAGER BEER. HORNNEBER & LESMAN, .... Proprietors of the NEW MARIPOSA BREWERY. RESPECTFULLY announce to the public that their NEW BREWERY is completed, and tl anow manufacturing LAGER BEER of a superior quality to any ever offered in .\lari|Kisn county. Orders for Beer will be promptly supplied in any part ot the county. Families will he supplied with Beer in Bottles or Kegs, as may be most desirable. Manposa, August, 1887. augdtf JOHN A. HORVNEBf.It HBKHT I.KSMAN PROFESSIONAL CARDS. 8. A. MERRITT AI.EX. DF.ERINO. jnr.HHiTT * nEEßijra, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office on Main street, between Fourth and Fifth. MARIPOSA. altf ALEX. DEERING, NOTARY PUBLIC. Henry G. Worthington, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. Ofllce in Fremont’* Adobe House, corner Main and Fifth at*, altf MARIPOSA. ■AML. H, AUftOM,. .8. n. HARRIS. ALISON At HARRIS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, NARIPOfIA. Office on Main, between Fourth and Fifth 8t«. Nicholas Cleary, ATTORNEY f COUNSELLOR AT LAW, MARIPOSA. CAL. Omni—East side of Main «trt>et, between Fourth and Fifth streets. jj23tf R. H. DALY, COUNSELLOR AT LAW; DISTRICT ATTORNEY AND NOTARY PUBLIC; MARIPOSA. Office in the Court House Bnilding. aS-tf ALFRED F. WASHBURN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Office two doors North of the Poet Office, Main Street, ntOti MARIPOSA. H. D. IIEQI KTTE, Notary r ubllo, VISALIA, TULARE CO. OFFERS hl« service* to aettlera to prove up their preemp lions an<l transact all buainean connected with the land office in thin district. Preemption* filed free of charge. Bounty laud Warrant* procured for person* having serr in any of the Warn of the I'. 8. Also —Ij»nd Warrant* fur sale at the In went market value. School Ijuid Warrants located on reasonable term*. lirfrr* (n Col. Wm. W. Gift, Register of L. 0.. San Francisco, Col. P. Bnjrirmt. Receiver “ “ Hon. A. 11. Miti iikix, Visalia, Tulare Co. T. M. IIBTOIf, Esq. d24tf Win. Gouverneur Morris, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Comm wo oner for Tim United Stater Court of Claimh, AND NOTARY PUBLIC, VISALIA, TULARE CO. Will practice in the Court* of Maiiposa. Merced. Fresno and Tulare. Particular attention given to the collection of claim*, obtaining of Bounty laud Warrants, pay and extra pai t Seamen ail loWlere Pension*, in. (im attended to in the Court of Claims at Washington. Deed*, Mortgagee, leases. etc., carefully drawn, lands located and preemp tions secured. School land Warrants bought and sold. \ B.—Mk. Morris offers his services to the ettiaen* of Tulare County, to obtain for them the appropriation made by the legislature of 1H57. to winch they are entitled for services rendered in the suppression of Indian hostilities.— Application should lie made at once, as the War Commission before whom the claims are to be proved, will soon termi nate its sessions o'iUtf FREDERICK A. SAWYER, Attorney and Counsellor at Late, AVOCAT, ABOGADO, .SPEAKING FRENCH AND BPANIBH. Express Building, N. F. cor. Montgomery and California ate., a 29 tf RAN FRANCISCO. DR. H. S. BROCKWAY, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, HOBNITOB. Professional attendance rendered at all houra. Office at hi* residence, High street, one door north of Mechanic street. d 3 DR. JAMES L. CLARKE. OFFICE ‘ PINE TREE HOUSE,” CORNER FIFTH AND MAIN STREETS, MARIPOSA. altf Dr. W. S. Havana ugh, OFFICE—ON MAIN STREET, OPPOSITE DR. HU BUELL'S DAGUEHREAN GAU.ERY, MARIPOSA. altf PLAZA DRUG STORE, HOUNITOS. DR. A. D. BOYCE, HA* CONSTANTLY ON HAND A FULL ASSORT inent of Freeh I'ruga and Medicine*, a* well an all the American. English and French Chemicals in common use, also. Shaker's Herbs, Roots, and extracts- Family Medi cines, all the best kind of Pills, Sarsaparilla*. Ointment*, Salves, and in fact EVERY THING that could be expected to be found in a well stocked Drug Store. jelltf Dr. H. J. PAINE,-DENTIST, HORNITOS. LATE of Tin FIRM OF PAINE a BEERS, Dentist*, San Francisco, is now permanently located at Horniloa, where he will be happy to attend to oalla in his profession. Having had an extensive practice for seventeen rears, he (eels warranted in saying to all those wishing Dental opera tions performed, or Artificial Teeth inserted, on fine gold plate, that his work cannot be excelled in the United Stale*. Terms, moderate. Consultations, free. N. B.—Dr. P. will make occasional visits to the neigh boring towns, where be will attend persons at their residen ces, upon application, either by letter ot otherwise, oltf SIGNS! SIGNS!! SIGNS!!! OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, P-AIJCTED TO OKDKK With Despatch and on Reasonable Terms HT Orders left at the office of the MaKiPoea Dimoout, Huroitoa, will be promptly attended to. “RICHARDSON." luGrawgi. Aug It, 1167 angtO-Am NO. 47.