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VOL. 1. ||(iirij)Bsa Democrat. PUBLISHED KVKHV THURSDAY MORN I NO, BY WM. GODFREY, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Office on High «t, Eaft side, below the New Plaza. AGKNTS. JAMES M. VAN DYKE, corner of Main and Fourth stroeta, Marlpow. THOMAS BOYCE, north-pant corner Washington and Montgomery atroet*. Sun Francisco. VKAIJA AGENCY at lie* ton’s Express office. MII.I.KKToN AGENCY at Heston's Express Office at the store of 1,. O. Hughes k Co. MAJ. ELKINS, of Lagrange, Stanislaus County. J. H. MILLER, Mount Ophlr. S. BOND, Bondville. TERMS: I’er annum, (always in advance,) 96 00 Six months, “ “ “ 3 00 Single copiee ‘-16 Advertisements inserted at the lowest rates—j my able sf ter tlte flr-t Ineertlon. Every description of Plain and Fancy Job Printing neatly and promptly executed. EVES. A maiden's eye of azure blue, When floating in lt« milky vray, With tire and both entwined And cleariieiM like the noonday ray ; Bespeaks a heart both kind and true, With love and virtue there combined. An eye that's like the raven's wing, And borrowed from the stars of night, That light Unit He alone can form, Can flash with all the powers of might, And when oppressed can laugh and sing lake sunshine in the angry storm. All these are true as sand of gold, Which oft from crib the brooklet springs ; But the simple gray can also vie, Though like the morn on Phoebus wings, Sits calm, and still, and almost cold, But loves herself, the world, the sky. Susceptible.— This scene occurred in one of our public schools. In a lesson In parsing, the sentence, “ Man courting in capacity of bliss,” etc., the word “ courting ” came to a young miss to parse. She commenced hesi tatingly, but got along well enough until she was to tell w'hat it agreed with. Here she stopped short. But as the teacher said, “Very well, what does courting agree with V” Ellen blushed and held down her head. “ Ellen, don’t you know what courting agrees with ?’’ “ Ye yc-yes, ma’am.” “ Well, Ellen, why don’t you parse that word ? What does it agree with ? Blushing still more, and stammering, Ellen at last said, “It agrees with all the girls, ma’am!” Old and Pooh.— George S. Hilliard thus touchingly describes a great truth : “It was i formerly our fortune—not an enviable one— to administer the insolvent law. An old man, who came under our jurisdiction, once said to us : “It is hard to be old and poor.” It was a simple remark, but the tone and look gave it pathos and significance—and how sadly, painfully true it is! The young man can con front Fortune; the stone which she flings at him ho can pick up and set as a jewel in his crest; but the old man falls under the blow. Rejoice, then, man of genius, in thy genius 1 O, pure in heart, rejoice in thy purity! and O, young man, rejoice in thy youth; for time | and thou art good against any two!” An Ancient Graduate. — A member of Congress once made a request to Secretary Marcy for the appointment of a certain learned gentleman to a post in some home or foreign office. One after another of the gentleman’s credentials were opened—one settling forth his knowledge of Hebrew, another of Greek, a third of Latin, and so on, as letter after let ter was examined, down to a perfect knowledge of all the modern languages. “ A most extra ordinary man !” said the Secretary, looking up from under the spectacles upon his high broad forehead. “ Why, sir, that man must have graduated at the Tower of Babell” The Cambuston Case. —lt is stated by the Washington correspondent of the Bulletin , under date of February 4th, that, in the case of the United States vs. Henry Cambuston, a California land case, which came up on appeal, Judge Wilson has offered the opinion of the Court, reversing the decree of the Circuit Court of the United States for the Northern District of California. This is the first instance in which the opinion of the Court below has been reversed in these land cases, and consti tutes a new era in that class of cases. This decision, it is believed, wilt lead to the rejection of most of the Pio Pico grants in California. Reliable Intelligence.—A Paris paper pretends to have been informed by its corres pondent at Washington, that Mr. Buchanan was present in the House during the reading of his message, with his pockets full of revolv ers, and that, not satisfied with the reception given to the document, ho shot at the Clerk, the Speaker, and several members of the oppo sition ; and then, on his way homo through Pennsylvania avenue, emptied the rest of the barrels on tbo passers-by. New College.—A letter in the Christian Advocate publishes a rumor that the Rev. S. V. Blakeslee proposes to establish a college at Folsom, under the auspices of the Presbyte rian church. iUmipociii Democrat. HORNITOS, MARIPOSA COUNTY, CALIFORNIA, THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 25, 1858. Pontius Pi lath Alive.— When Mrs. Bar-1 row, the Boston actress, (formerly Julia Ben net,) was making an excursion in the country during last summer, she was accompanied by her husband, and a party of bis and her friends, j One of these was Mr. , formerly a pilot on the Boston station, who had laughed and grown fat so long that ho had become, like Wolsey, a “man of unbounded stomach.” Some one asked, “ Who is this large man in Mrs. B.’s uuitc ?” “ That,” said his informant, “is Mr. -—; ho is a pilot.” “ Exactly,” was 1 tho response; “ I should think he was— paunchcous Pilot I” Dull.— Since the commencement of our | experience of life in Stockton, says the liej/üb- 1 lican , we have not known the place so dull as it has been for the last three weeks. We have been and arc suffering the be tween-seasons— the winter trade having closed, and the spring trade having not yet opened. There are num bers of mammoth merchant wagons moving about, waiting for freight, which has not yet commenced arriving in sufficient quantities to start business. Two or three weeks more, however, will make a vast change in the aspect of the place. Solemn Thoughts. — When I gaze into the stars, says Carlyle, they look down upon mo with pity from their serene and silent spaces, ; like eyes glistening with tears over the little j lot of man. Thousands of generations, all as ! noisy as our own, have been swallowed up by time, and there remains no record of them any more. Yet Arcturus and Orion, Sirius and Pleiades, are still shining in their course, clear and yonng, as when the shepherds first noted i them on the plains of Shinar. i Attachment Law. —We may congratulate ! our citizens, says the Sacramento Journal , that at last that hideous blot upon our statute hook—the present attachment law—is likely i to bo wiped out or materially altered, Mr. Fer guson’s bill for that purpose having passed the Senate by a handsome majority. Though the j hill docs not contain a jtro rntn provision, which many would have been glad to have seen engrafted upon it, it has still many hu mane and just provisions. Contentment. —A negro at the Northern Liberties Market, Philadelphia, whose legs 1 had been cut off above the knees, overheard two gentlemen commiserating his condition the other day, when he turned from the work :in which he was engaged, and said, in a jo cose manner, “ Why, gem’men, you could’nt do dis widout breakin’ your backs a stoopin’ down.” Moral: Whole legs arc not essential to hap piness. Contentment is happiness. The Financial Fugitive. —We regret to see by the steamer statistics, says the San Fran cisco Times, that the celebrated Tumilion A. Fortnight still continues to take his departure by every mail leaving for the East, We ob serve, however, that the figures of the abscond ing individual are becoming somewhat attenu ated, and that in time he may become so re duced as to omit occasionally bis attempts to escape from our borders. Self-Confidence. —There is nothing like courage in misfortune. Next to faith in God, and in his overruling Providence, a man’s faith in himself is his salvation. It is the secret of all power and success. It makes a man strong as a pillar of iron, or clastic as a steel-spring. French Sympathy. —A meeting of the French residents of San Francisco was held at the French Consulate on Monday evening, and an address adopted, tendering to the Em peror congratulation on account of his recent escape from assassination. The Queen City. —Cincinnati, according to an estimate, has a population of 244,000 in habitants, an increase in ten years of over 87,000. The value of manufactures and in dustry is set down at $80,000,000. Advertising in Utah. —A Mormon adver tisement reads as follows: “To bo let—rooms for tw’O gentlemen and four wives, or rooms for one gentleman and six wives.” Victoria’s Young ’Uns. —The Princess Roy al is 17 years old ; Prince of Wales, 16; Prin cess Alice, 14; Prince Alfred, 12; Helena, 11; Louisa, 9 ; Arthur, 7, and Leopold, 4. Besides the baby. California Wine.—lt is estimated that 400,000 gallons of wine will be made in this State during the present year. This is an in crease of 03 per cent on the yield of last year. In Earnest.—During the debnte in Congress on the Pacific Railroad Bill, Mr. Smith, of Illinois, took occasion to say that his constituents would vote for direct taxation, if need be, in order to serum the con struction of the road. The whole western country felt the deepest interest in it. Constitutional Convention.—On Wednesday, the 9th Inst, the subject of the Constitutional Con vention excited much discussion ih both houses. The matter was summarily disposed of in the Senate, the bill providing for one being lost by a vote of 10 ayes to M noes. An attempt to recommit the bill first, was unsuccawtul. " THE UNION AND ITS GOVERNMENT I>ry ('mulling. In the last Mining Journal, says the (trass Valley Trlegmph, we described a machine recently invented in England, for the purpose of crushing quartz in a dry state; we also alluded to the fact that Messrs. Telles & Strout were crushing rock dry, at their mill near Diamond Springs. We received a lino from Mr. Telles a few days since, giving the following account ! of their manner of working: 1 “ The principal difference in our method of stami>- ing quartz from that of other stamp mills, consists in each stamp falling on a different level, the first or highest stamp drops on a level four inches higher than the HMond, and the second drops on a level four inches : higher than the third, from which the quurtzjs dis -1 charged aud thrown onto an inclined wire screen,and from thence drops Ixdow for use of arostras. With three stamps we can crush from 12 to 14 tons in 24 hours.” From the al*ove description, as well as from a small diagram which accompanied the same, we learn that j the quartz is fed in at what may lie called the "end ” j of tlie battery, and passes, in succession, from one i stamp to the next, down a succession of benches, through the same. This style of batteries was form erly, and, we believe, is now used to some extent in the Lake Superior copper mines water is used, how ever, as in the ordinary style of battery. It will l»o perceived from the statement of Mr. T. that ho is able, by this method, to crush from 12 to 14 tons of rock in 24 hours. If the rock is of the or dinary description, the stamps of usual weight, and | the screens of the same fineness with those in general j use, the duly performed by this battery is nearly or quite double that of the ordinary battery. We should be pleased to hear from Mr. T. further on the subject particularly with regard to the weight of stamps, number of strokes per minute, number of meshes to the square inch of seivc, etc. The Kino of Delhi's Mode ok Execution. —Tbs following has been communicated to the I’oona (>l>- server : It appears from the journal of a European traveler that a new and fearful mode of execution hud been adopted by the King of Delhi, which almost equal* iu barbarity that adopted by the British toward* the mutinous Sepoy*. The instrument and process are thus described; A box, each side of which is fifteen feet square, is constructed of timl>er eighteen inches thick, dovetailed together,and braced with iron rods. The outside of the bottom of the box i* covered with a plate of beaten iron, one inch in thickness. The interior is tilled with perfect cubes of granite, weighing in the aggregate several thousand tons. A machine is erected after the manner of an ordinary pile-driver, but of course on an enormous scale, and of tremendous strength. The moss is raised by powerful machinery cast in Birmingham for the express purpose, though it is to be presumed that the machines! by whom it was furnished had no idea of the horrid pur pose for whic hit was intended. The human victim is placed upon a block of granite of a corresponding surface, buried in the earth immediately beneath the enormous mass, and covered with a plate of Iron. At a signal given by the vicarrnudaek the executioner touches a spring, the mass falls and the victim, crush ed at once, is suddenly annihilated, and spread out like a sheet of pasteboard! The huge weight being again raised, the flattened body is withdrawn and dried in the sun. When completely prepared it is hung over the wall of a public building, thereto serve as a warn ing to the multitude. Public Schools —The Han Joaquin Rrjmhlirnn makes the following timely ami sensible remarks on Public Schools and their pupil* : We wish to direct the attention of the legislature to the necessity of some further legislation touching the public schools of the State ; particularly regarding the status of the pupil* to lie admitted to the schools. The course pursued by the Board of Education, in San Francisco, and a portion of the teachers there, in admitting colored children to the school* on equal term* with white children, and their persistence in keeping them there In defiance of law and public opinion, Illustrates the necessity of legislative action to prevent the recurrence of the abuse. If the out rageous precedent established in Han Francisco be per mitted to stand, what is there to prevent it from being carried out in every county in the State ? If extended beyond the confines of Han Francisco, who can fail to foresee the total disruption of our whole school sys tem? If our schools are to be turned into institution* for the inculcation and practice of the equality and amalgamation of the races, white people will find it necessary to withdraw their children and surrender the school* to the negroes, and to Much others as aspire to equality with negroes. A very short and simple statute will meet the necessities of the ease, and we ho(>c to see such a statute passed at an early day. Printers’ Rules. The following rules have been unanimously adopted by the “craft,” and arc expected to Isj observed : 1. Enter softly. 2. Hit down quietly. 3. Subscribe for the paper. 4. Don’t touch the poker. 5. Say nothing uninteresting. 0. Engage in no controversy. 7. Don’t touch the type. R. Keep six feet from the table. 9. Don't talk to the printers. 10. Hands of!' the papers. 11. Eyes off the manuscript. Gentlemen observing these rules when entering a printing office, will greatly oblige the printers, and need have no fear of the devil. The ladies who sometimes bless us with their pres ence for a few moments are not expected to keep the rule* very strict, and it will be agreeable to us to have them break the ninth rule us often a* convenient. Boys, unless accompanied by their parents, are par ticularly requested to keep their hand* in their pock ets. Mexican Expedition.- The expedition under Capt. C. P. Stone, which hit* for some time on temp lut ed a surveying tour through Mexico, will shortly leave San Francisco for its destination. It is accompanied hy several gentlemen of acknowledged skill in sketch ing and drafting, and persons competent to carry out the objects for which the expedition has been organ ized. Two or three years will be occupied in com pleting the tour. Emigration to tub Gadsden Purchase —Several companies, says the Stockton Argus, have recently left San Francisco for the Gadsden Purchase, where they purpose to settle, in anticipation of the improved condition of the country that will follow its admission into the Union, which event, it is confidently expected will transpire during the present session of Congress. Merino Sheep.—A sale of Mcrinoshcep, (a recent importation from Australia,) took place in Han Fran cisco on the 20lh Inst. The prices ollered being un satisfactory, the greater part of the lot was withdrawn. Twenty-two ewes sold at $9 . r »0 ; fifty more at 18 50, and twenty rams from $9 50 to 116 50 each. STOCKTON ADVERTISEMENTS. W. W- WKBSTEH, J. M. WAITE. WEBSTER & WAITE, Importer* and Dealers in HARDWARE, CROCKERY, GLASS A WOODEN WARE, MINING AND AGRICULTURAL I M PLRMENTS. At the Pioneer Hardware and Agricultural Emporium, Hrirk Store, Corner of Main and Kl Dorado »!»., oH-Sm STOCKTON. ■ rrr-i- -i SAUNDERS & HICKMAN, WHOLRfIAI.K AND BETA 11. DEALERS IN HARDWARE, CUTLERY, STOVES, TIN, GOITER, Slim’ IRON WARE, MIN EHS ’ TOOLS, Agricultural Implements, Lead Pipe, Force and Lift Pumpa, Tin Plate, Zinc. Block Tin, Wire, Nails, Ac., &c. All kinda of JOB WORK, WIND Mil.l* l , w, done to order. .Main */., betireen Hunter and FA Hoi ado «/«., olfitf STOCK Toy. Book and Stationery Warehouse. ROSENBAUM"& VAN ALLEN, IMPORTKR-M ANIi IHAI.HIf IN I«KIK.-, VTATIONEKT, And Minimi liintmim-nta, LEVFE, near cpr. Kl Dorado #/., STOCKTON. ENOLTSII AND AMERICAN BOOKH. In all the different department of Literature, Standard. Poetical, Helen title and Mixoellaoemia Works, to which additions me constantly he ing made. LAW AND MEDICAL BOOKS, comprlalng all the aland ard Works. A large mid well aborted atock will be found constantly In a ton*. (HEAP PUBLICATIONS of every description. In various languages. All the now worka received as aoon m iaaue«l from the varioiia publishing houses in the United States STATION KUY of all kinda, embracing the finest French, Xnglish and American manufacture. A W>, a choice variety of MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, All of which will lie Mild at the lowest San Francium price*. B4T Order* from country dealer* proniply attended to.'all ROSENBAUM k VAN AI.I.KN nr.* agents lor the AIU Expreaa Co, at Stock ton. Packages and letters Expressed to every city, town and raining camp in Northern Callfnr nia. oSqly E. O. LANGLEY S. CO., ON TIIE I.KVEF, STOCKTON, .... Importer* 0f.... P XI X* 0> 3D X* XX S 8 , CHEMICALS, Genuine Patent Medicines, &c., &c.. PERI’TMKRV, Ac., Ac., Ac. Having rw. pur r**c»*nl arrival*. n ni«>nl Pmn|ilef<* BHMortiiu'iit ot tliv above. they will be sold hI Uiu LOWEST MAUKF.T PRICES! Also —W hii 11* *itl »• Dealer* in Camph e n •. Country onb ri particularly attended to mid prompt ly <li-i«l«diei|.%ti oH dm MISCELLANEOUS. Insolvent'll Notice. In th<» County Court ;«t (’handlers, ) lai (irungo, Stanislaus ('minty, Cali lorn Uk* - February 10th, A. 1)., IHSR.) Present: H. W. Wallis, Comity Judge, and Wm. I». McDanirl, (Murk. In tin* matter of the Petition of John C. Cullhrcath— Insolvent Debtor. I) CR.SCANT to an order made by the Hon. H. W. Wallis, County Judge of the County of Stanis laus and State ot California, made the tenth day of February, A. I). 1868, NOTICK is hereby given to all the Creditors of the said Insolvent John C. ('allbreath, to lie and ap jienr before the Hon. 11. W. Wallis, aforesaid, at chambers at the Clerk’s office in the Town of Jar Orange, County of Stanislaus. State aforesaid, on the THIRD DAY OF APRIL, A. D. 1868, at 10 o'clock, a. m., of that day; then and then* to show cause, if they can, why the prayer of said Insolvent should not lie granted, and an assignment of his Kstate be made, and be lie discharged from his debts in pursuance of the prayer of his petition, and the Statutes in such cases made and provided. Witness my hand and official seal of said Court, This, 10th day of February, A. D.. 1868. [seal.] wm. d. McDaniel. f 18id Clerk. Summons, State of California, County of Tulare, ) In tho District Court of the Thirteenth .lirdicial District, j ; Agnes King, pit’ff, 1 Action brought in the Din es ■ triotCourt of the Thirteenth Austin M. King, deft. ) .liuiii dal District, and the Complaint- tiled in the (munty of Tulare, in the office of the Clerk *»t said District Court. The people of ■ the State of California, send greeting, to Austin M. j King t | You are hereby required to appear in an action brought against yon by the above named Plaintiff in tlie District Court of the Thirteenth Judicial District, J in and for Hie County of Tulare, and to answer the ' Complaint tiled therein (a copy of which accompanies I this Summons) within ten days, (exclusive ot too day j of service) after the service on you of this Summons— if served within lids County : if served out of this County, but within this Judicial District, within twenty days; or if served out of said District, tiien within i forty days—or judgment by default will l*o taken | against you. ! The said action is brought to obtain a divorce from ! the bonds of matrimony, mid if you fail toappearand ' answer the said Complaint as above required, the Plaintiff will take Judgment by default, with costs. , (liven under my hand and Seal ot the District Court I-., , «f the Thirteenth Judicial District, this 2d I seal, j day of March, in the year of our Lord one 1 thousand eight hundred and fifly-eight. K. K. CALHOUN. Clerk. I A true copy. Attest: K. K. Calhoun, Cl’k. Wm. Got veunel’H Mokkis, Compl’ts Attorney. mill Dim QUARTZ MINING MACHINERY. rpIIKSK MAPI UN KB AKK OKIT.RED Poll SALE, AND X nr** open to the examination ot the Mining community j of California, performing ail that is undertaken for them. vi« : to concentrate the mineral particles of the rock af*er il has been crushed aid sized. The operation lx nothing more than mechanically “panning out.” but so nicely working that gold can be punned readily from ‘•black sand." The most important application is to concentrate | sniphnrets from ipiartz, doing il rapidly and well. Noth | ing new, and are in use on a number of mining properties I in tlie older dales. Machinery on exhibition, and for sale I by JESSK S. BI.VDKNUriMiH. • 120 Market street. .117 3m SAN FRANCISCO. GARDEN SEEDS. CIAHDFN SEEDS OK EVERY NOWON T hand and warranted genuine. For sale at the Drug | Store.west ddc of the Plaza, by j di7 A D. BOTCH. MARIPOSA BUSINESS HOUSES. C. F. MicDERMOT C. KERKI.NS 1). RRIEN. Main street, Mariposa, AMO SAXTON'S CREEK, Have recently associated together us a Trading Firm, under the name of M' DERMOT & CO. FOR TIIK ITBI’OHK OF CONDUCTING A Wholesale and Retail Business i w GROCERIES AMI PROVISIONS; SupeST r Old Wines and Liquors, Of the Choicent lirnmls ; HAVANA AND AMERICAN CIGARS; Clothing, llools nud Shots : DUCKS, DRILLS AND BLANKETS; TVI lulllK Tools, Etc. .... AND A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF .... IX AXtX) W ARE. tur We would rennectfully inform our Friends and he I*u blic that one or the Ann will remain coiwtantljr in Sau Frum iaco, for the purpose of purchasing and forwarding Cioodt, and l*y Urn arrangement we will l>e ermhled to sell (looda .1) f.oir as any Other House IN THE SOUTHERN MINES, ron c abii. tlllK'K HAI.KS AND SMALL PROFITS I I Call and examine onr Stock and Price* l»cfore pur (-hating elite where. Makipoha, July 4. ISAS. Rltf LIVERY STABLE. MAIN K T lIE KT, MA KI POB A. M. O. BARBER, : : : : : Pkophiktok. TIIK proprietor thankful fur the Literal patronage here tofore extended him rea nee (fully informs the public that ho continue* the above business at hi* old stand In Muri|Mi«A. where he keopa <oii-Unllv for hire, ou rcasona blo lorma, a numlicr of the BEST SADDLE HORSES. Par lion visiting Vosemlte Valley can l»e supplied with animal'* on abort notice.*us Rood accommodations in the way of Stabling. Horae* kept hr the Ikiv. Week or Month. at moderateratea. Animala receive*! at all houra ilay or uight, upon applica tion at the Stable. HOUSES BOUGHT AND SOLD. TIIK STAHI.K ia under the personal auperinlendance of the proprietor, ami carelnl attention will at all timet be giv en to animal* left In hia charge. n-»»chol MACHINE SHOP .... a x n FOUNDRY, BULLION STREET, Immediately in the. Utar uf Ca*hmun't New Store. MR N. HASKELL. MACHINIST, lIAVINR HIS MA chine Shop an*l Foundry now in complete working or der, would respectfully inform hia friend* ami the public generally, that he la now prepared to do all kinds of C'aat ings to order, and will tMiperiiitend in person the Making and Repairing of everv description of Machinery in general uae in the county, lie ia prepared t<> make Tastings of 1600 Iha. weight, and will warrant all of his work strong and perfect, if required, he will vitit places requiring work done on Roil era or Engines. altf mr MILLIARD HALL'S REPAIRED, and made perfectly round and true. Ahm—Balia for Rondo turned. Artlmr "W. Joo, MORMON BAR, One Mile below .Mariposa Town. I have on hand a complete and writable aiwortment of PROVISIONS, BOOTS, CLOTHING, MIN‘I N Gr TOOLS And other Good* nccewarily required by Minoru. For Halo at the lowest market price, hv aH-tf ARTHUR W. JKE. BILLUPS’ HOTEL, VISALIA, TULARE COUNTY. R. .M. HI LI. I'PS : ; Proprietor. ACCOMMODATIONS FOK TRAVKI.ERS AMI HOARDERS inferior to none south of Stockton. The house ia new ami pleasantly located. Tin* table will always contain the best tin* market alforda. nerved up in a superior manner. Hoarding by the week at reasonable rates. Stage house for the Visalia ami Hornitoa Hinges. ft FOK KENT OK FOK SALE. THAT well known establishment now in possession of .1. M. Van I tyke, ami known as the Comet Saloon. This Saloon is situated in the most business part of Mariposa Town, being a corner lot fronting on Main st., 50 feel, ami on 4ili at.. 120 feet Also, a Two-story Frame Building, opposite Quitman k Sullivan s old store, being 30 feet front on Main atreet, and TWO SPLENDID ADOBE HOUSES ON MISSOURI GULCH. For particulnra apply to J»,a. Vanline, No. (7 Clay at,, corner of Da via. San Franciaco, or J. W. Torney, Maripoaa, who alone la authorized to act BOT Immediate possession given. d3tf Dr. H. J. PAINE,—DENTIST, HORNITOS. I ATE UK Tin: FIRM OF PAINE A DEERS, H Fun f j Franciaco, is now permanently located at Hnrnitos, where he will Ik* happy to attend to calls in hla profession. Having had an extensive practice for seventeen rears, he feels warranted in saying to all those wishing Dental opera lions performed, or Artlllcial Teeth Inserted, on line gold plate, that tils work cannot tie excelled in the United Stales. Teima, moderate. Consultations, free. N. It.—Dr. P. will make occasional visits to the neigh boring towns, where he will attend persons at their residen oas, upon application, either by letter oi otherwise, oltf 1 PAYABLE INVARIABLY IK ADVANCE. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. 8. A. MKIUUTT AI.BX. PKIRIMJ. .lit:nn itt * ni'.r.iti.ra, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office on Main utrcet, between Fourth and Fifth. MARIPOSA. allt ALEX. PEEKING, NOTARY PUBLIC, li. 11. HARRIS, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Omen os tin Kast wo* of Maim **., linwm OTH asi> 7tr, MARIPOSA oh< Henry G. Worthington, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. Office in Fremont’s Adobe House, corner Main and Fifth ala. a 111 MAUII'OSA. Niclt o I its Cleary, ATTORNEY \ COUNSELLOR AT LAtV. MARIPOSA, C A 1.. Omn—East able of Main street, between Fourth and Fifth at ree tv jj23tf R . H. DALY, COUNSELLOR AT I.AW* DISTRICT ATTORNEY AND NOTARY PUBLIC; MARI P OS A. Office In the Court House Building. nR-lf ALFRED F. WASHBURN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Office two doom North of the I’oat office, Main Street, ulOtl MARIPOSA. H. I>. BKQI ETTE, Notary Public, VISALIA, TULARE CO. OFFERS hl« service* to aelllrrato prove up their pteemp lion* and trananrt all baaineaa connected with the Land office in this dialrict. Preemption* filed free of charge. Hountv ]jind Warrant" pr«a-ured for persona having aerv ed in any of the Wars of the V. S. AUo—lend Warrant* for sale at the lowest market value. School Lind Warrant* located on reasonable term*. Rrfm U> — Col. Wm. W. iiiKT. Register of L. 0.. San Franciaeo, Col. P. Hrqi mi, Receiver •• “ Hon. A. 11. Mm UNIX, Visalia, Tulare Co. T. M. IlnnoN, Eaq d24tf Win. (jlouvenieur Motrin, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, ('< >)1 MISNIONKR FOR THE USUTKII STATW OWHT OT CLAIM, AND NOTARY PUBLIC, VISALIA, TULARE CO. Will practice in the Court* of Maii|*>*a. Merced, Fra*no hikl Tulare. Particular attention given to the collection of claim*, obtaining of Bounty land Warrant*, pay and extra pay of Seamen and Soldier*’ Pensions, Ac. Ca*e* attended to in the Court oft laim* at Washington. Heed*. Mortgages, I>ea*e*. etc., carefully drawn, land* local**! and preemp tion* secured. School laml Warrant* bought and wild. \ B.—Mr. Morki* offer* hi* «ervice* to the citiaen* of Tulare County, to obtain for them the appropriation made by the legislature of IHftT, to which they ore entitle*! for service* rendered in the suppression of Indian Application should tie made at once, a* the War Commission before whom the claim* are to be proved, will noon termi nate it* session* o2otf FREDERICK A. SAWYER, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, AVOCAT, ABOGADO, SI’KAKING FRENCH AND VANISH. Kxprea* Building, N. K cor. Montgomery and California at*., •29-tf RAN FRANCISCO. DR. H. S. BROCKWAY, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, HORNITOB. Professional attendance rendered at all hours. Office at hi* residence, lligli street, one dour north of Mechanic street. d 3 Itr. HUhartl .Vac t'uirrcy, N AND SURGEON, MAI* STREET, HOBNITO*. i onßultation* in English. Spanish and French. TJft DR. JAMES L. CLARKE . OFFICE—“I'INK TREE HOI'S*.” ('I)RXFK FIFTH AND MAIV STREETS, MARIPOSA. »Uf Dr. W. S. Kavanaii*h, OFFICE—ON MAIN STREET, OPPOSITE DU. lIUBBKIJ.S DAGUEIIRKAN GALLERY, MARIPOSA. »ltf PLAZA DRUG STORE, HORNITOS. Dl\. A. I). BOYCE, XgrU AS CONSTANTLY ON HAND AFI LL ASSORT merit of Fresh Drugs and Medicine*, a* well a* all the American, Knglish and French Cliemical* in common u*e, also. Shaker * Merit*. Root*, and extract* ; Family Medi cine*, all the beat kind of Pill*. Sarsaparilla*, Ointment*. Salve*, and in fact KVKRY THING that could be expectm| to be found in a well stocked Drug Store. jel Uf NOTICE TO SETTLERS ON U. S. LANDS. UNDERSIGNED WILL GIVE SPECIAL ATTENTION X to the locating of Military Bounty land Warrant*, for Settler* on United State* Surveyed Land* to be offered at Public Sale, by order of the President of the United State*, in May next. Such Warrant* will in* received at the differ, ent I ami Office* in till* State, at the rate of I) :‘J6 per acre, and the assignment* in all case*, when made by ua, GUAR ANTKED. Partlea holding such Warrant*, and desiring to sell, will receive the highest cash market price, and those desiring to PURCHASE, LuCAYK, OH PROVE UP THEIR CLAIMS will do well to call upon u*. Settler* atadintanco wishing to locate warrant*, can do so through Power of At torney, which will Ik* furnished by us upon application through letter. Charges moderate. F. 0. WAKKMAN. WM. L. HIGGINS, Notary Public, San Franci*co Herald Office, Application* for Bounty Land Warrant* correctly mail* out, and all Claim* against the United State* Government, or against the New Granadian Government, by reason of lossee sustained during the Panama Riot* of April the IMh, ISfirt. collected through our Special Agent at Washington, ns:3m isilm-dp NO. 51.