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PROCLAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 29 January 1861
PROCLAMATION. la the absence of the President, tbe duty of calling an extra session of the Mariposa Minatnr* Conpress, devolves upon me by virtue of my office as Speaker of the Senate The present state of the country forces me to notify each and every member ts&lt; be at Concert Hall, on Saturday evening, Feb. 2d, ISM. at 7 o'clock, at which time the Message will be read by the Clerk of the Senate. A. F. WASHBIRN, Sp&lt; aker of tbe Senate. A. RnrffMM, Sec'ty of State. |#-tV( give place this week to a communication signed •• B."' The writer's views, concerning the " Crisis." are some vhat despondent. In the absence of the editor in-chief, we express no opinion on the subject, further than to say that we do not endorse the views of our correspondent. In our last issue, several errors oceured in Ihe Coulterville and Mariposa Ball advertisements.— In place of Wednesday 22d, it should have been Friday. Mr. Ciilky, for sometime past connected with the Saw Mill business ne...
State Items. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 29 January 1861
State Items. ....The Alameda Gazette has been informed that another race between the horses of Alviso and Selaya, for $10,000 a side, will take place in that county. Pistance, 36 miles. ....Gen. Ai.bert S. Jonxsox arrived on the Vncle Sam. He takes command of the Military Pepartment of the Pacific. . ....The bones of a Mastodan were recently found by some miners, on Klamath river. ....It has been decided, in the county Court, San Francisco, that sewing machines art " necessary furniture," and therefore exempt from execution. ....In the 12th Pi trict Court, San Francisco, the motion lor a change of venue in the suit of Bigbee vs. Overland Mail Company, was denied. The plaintiff in this case claims damage* to the amount of $25,000, for brutal treatment indicted by Wash. Jacobs, while traveling over the Company's Line. ....We find the following in the Supreme lourt reports for the Sacramento Fremont v*. Crippen—Continued—no appearance. Fremont et al. vs. Scales et a!—Oo motion of Ileyi...
Atlantic Items. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 29 January 1861
Atlantic Items. Exciting News—Appointment of Gen. Scott as Secretary of War —His Withdrawal— llolt Secretary—Resignaion—The Committee of Thirty three—Messages of Governors— Fortification of Charleston—An Outride Collector—preparations for Civil War in South Carolina, Massachusetts. Vermont and Pennsylvania —Forts taken by Georgia—Seizure of a Revenue Cutter—Rumored Attack upon Fort Sumpter—Mobile Arsenal Taken—Fort Morgan Captured—Movements of the Army ami Nary to the South. St. Lot'is, January Ist. ISGI. ....It appears from Washington report* that there was a new Cabinet yesterday. Secretary Thompson and Thomas resigned, and General Scott was appointed Secretary of War. This created great indignation among the secessionists, who were aware that Scott was in favor of extensive military preparation*. Subsequently the difference wa* reconciled by the withdrawal of Scott'* name, an£ placing the War Be j part moot in charge of llolt. It i* said that Thompson will now *tmd by the I Presi...
Later from Europe* [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 29 January 1861
Later from Europe* St. Louis, January 4tb—P. M. ... .The promises of peace are not confirmed. It is feared that the report was a stock jobbing operation. ....Forts Pulaski and .Jackson have been occupied by State troops cf Georgia, by order of the Governor and it is said on purpose to prevent a spontaneous uprising of the people. The revenue cutter was seized, but afterwards returned. &lt; It is believed that the secessionists have carried Georgia. ....There are rumors at Charleston that Anderson's communication has been cut off; that Fort Sumpter was beseiged, and Fort Moultrie prepared and ready to open fire on Sumpter. ['' Doubtful," says the report.] ....Tlie rumors are renewed that there is a combination to take forcible possession of Washington.— General Scptt has made preparations for the emergency, by order of the President. The Florida Contention met yesterday with a feeling decidedly secession. ....The order for the removal of the cannon from Pittsburgh has been re...
Later. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 29 January 1861
Later. Sax Francisco, Jan. 23d. The Pony Express arrived at Fort Churchill early this morning. The follow ing is from the Bulletin Of this evening: St. I/&gt;ri9, Jan. 4th.—The arsenal at Mobile containing 78.000 stand of arms, 1,500 barrels of gunpowder and other ammunition, has been seized by the secessionists. It is rumored that the Fort at Key We-t and Pensacola, Fort Morgan, Ship Island, Fort Johnson. Cape Fear River, and the Arsenal at Baton Rouge, will be seized and garrisoned by the respective States with in whose limits they are. ... .The South Carolina Commissioners have left Washington, treating the Refusal of the President to grant their demands, as a declaration of war. ....The steamer Wacousta is ordered to be in readiness to assist Mclntyre in the execution of his duty, as Collector of the Port of Charleston. j ....The sloop-of-war Brooklyn is ordered on a cruise, supposed to he for Charleston. ....A report that four companies, from Fort Monroe, have been orde...
Our National Troubles. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 29 January 1861
Our National Troubles. Mb. Editor:—There la nothing to be gained by Attempting to patch up another compromise between the North and the South. And all the irritating crimination and recrimination, about personal liberty bills, and abolition outrages, on the one hand, and hanging preaches, and mobbing, and tar-and feathering on the other, can produce no good results. The naked truth ia this: Twenty millions of people in the Free States sre opposed to slavery on principle.— Ten or twelve millions of people in the Slave States are in favor of slavery. And while there Is no reason for believing that the people of the Free States will attempt directly to interfere with the rights of the Slave States, yet it is obvious, that if the government is administered by those holding principles antagonistic to slaven, that slavery must receive a check—that its expansion will be impossible; and ceasing to be aggressive, it must retrograde. The slave States know this, hence their desire to separate ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 29 January 1861
BIRTH. Iq Visalia, Thursday, Jan. 24th, the wife of Mr. 0. A. Thorns of a DAUGHTER. Id Stockton, Jan. 19th, the Wife of Frank lieller, of a DAUGHTER. MARRIED ; In Miilerton, Fresno cout-ty, on Thursday, January, 17th, 1861, by James Sayles, Jr., County Judge, JAMES SCOTT ASHMAN, Esq., Sheriff of Fresno county, to MARY ANN ELIZABETH BAILEY, of the same place. At the same time and place and by the same, JEF FERSON M. SHANNON, Esq. Depu'y Sheriff of Fresno county, to REBECCA MARGARET BAILEY. At the Mariposa Milk Ranch, of Consumption, Mr. FRANCIS LEWIS JOHNSON, aged 27 years. From Jasper County, Mo. NOTICE. All persons indebted to the undersigned by Accounts or Notes, are hereby requested to call and settle; otherwise the same will be handed over to the proper officers for collection. GREGORY &amp; ETLY. Mariposa, Jan. 2ftli. 18f&gt;l.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 29 January 1861
"HALT#" Billiard &amp; Drinking Saloon! PRINCETON. Where can be had at all times, all kinds of Flam and Faaey Brinks, By the obliging Proprietors, J..F. Myers, M. Goodman. Princeton, Jan. '29th, 1861. Dissolution. THE Partnership heretofore existing between the firm of Cilley &amp; Co., has been dissolved by mu i tual consent. Persons knowing themselves indebted to the above ' firm are requested to make settlement with Mr. John M. Wales, cne of the former partner*, who alone is authorized to settle the debts of the concern. CHAS. W. (II.LEY, JOHN M. WAI.ES. WHELOCK G. ROBINSON. Mariposa. Jan. 20, lS'il * GRAND LOTTERY ..OF.. JPRfiPIRTY, In Hornltoa, Mariposa Comity. TO BE DRAWN ON THE 3D OF APRIL, 1861. Value of Property :: 88,000 The Property known as the HORXITOS GARDEN, together with STABLES, »'iid line FIRE-PROOF STORE HOUSE • THF GARDEN consists of TEX ACRES : is situated two hundred yards from the Public Square, on the north sid*». There is a GO D DWELLING HOUS...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 29 January 1861
SETTLE UP. ALL persons indebted to the "MARIPOSA STAR" for Advertising, Job Work or Subscription*, are i requested to make immediate settlement. L. A. Hoi an of the " Mariposa Gaiette," U a«thorixed to receive moneys due me and receipt for the same. JAMES H. LAWRENCE. | Visa'iia, Jan. 18, 1861. tDasljincjton Ball! ji/k •j/k February 22 d, 1861, ....AT THE.... Town Hall, Coulterville. « _ BALL will be given at Coulterville, Friday Evening, February 23d, '61 on the occasion of the Birth-Day of Washington. Every preparation will be made for the accommo 1 dation and entertainment of those attending. MANAGERS: Mariposa. Bear Valley. J. D. Crippen, Geo. 11. Cren.-haw, Roberts. Miller, John Crockett, Alexander Deering, Doct. McCaffrey. L. A. Holmes, Jewet W. Adams. Hoksi OS. Big Oak Flat. Thomas Gates, I&gt;r Goodnow. G. S. Negus, Wm. Urick. Dos Pei&gt;ko. Clark s Point. John Huey. John Clark. Jacksonville, Horsb Shoe Bexd. Ike Dresler, W. H. Catline, Cbas Deering, C. Lawso...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 29 January 1861
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP OOMI»A.KrT - 'S STEAMSHIP SON O R A CAPT. BABY, : : : Commakdm. Will Leave Folsom 8. Wharf. ON FRIDAY, : : : : FEBRUARY Ut A* • A. *. FOR PANAMA. Paawofrr* will b« conveyed from Panama to A»pinwall by the Panama Railroad Company, and from Aspiowall to New York by the Atlantic and Pacific Steamship Company. FORBES k BABCOCK, Agent*. Cor. Sacramento and I-eide»dor(! St*. oct23. District Court gammons. IN THE MSTRirT COI'RT OF THE 13TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT, OF THE STATE OF CAIJFORNI A,Hit and for the County of ilaripata. Miles (ioodman, Action brought In Jhe Win. R. Owen. District Court of the I'laintifft 13th Judical District »f r». the State of California, Zenas Wheeler, M. E. Hub- in and for the County of bell, George Hicks, Jesse Mariposa, and the CornElliott, Cbas. H. Knox. plaint filed in said CounDefendants. ty of Mariposa, in the office of the Clerk of said District Court, The Per-ple of the State of California send Greeting toZENAS WHEELER, M. E. HUBBELL, G...
Legislative. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 29 January 1861
Legislative. Mariposa (o&gt;a?ette ... Speaker Bcrnill, it is stated, is opposed to a Bulkhead Bill, or opposed to the Parson's Bulkhead Bill. ....The personal appearance of the Legislature is superior to that of any former year, says an observer ■of Physical, facial and Phrenological developements, At Sacramento. ... .A resolution to go into joint Convention for -election of United States Senator on the 18th inst., was thrown aside by a vote of SI to 23. It is doubtful if a Senator can be elected this session. :... Sena tor Edgerton offered joint resolutions in the Senate upon our Federal relations, Jan. 18th.— They are strong " Union " in expression, and constitute Douglas a special Savior and Administrator in the matter, as follows: Resolved, That we approve of, and will abide by the plan of adjustment of the present difficulties in which the country is involved, as submitted by the Hon. Stephen A. Douglas, in the Senate of the Unit«d States, on the 24th of December, A. D...
MRS. WISSLOW, [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 29 January 1861
MRS. WISSLOW, An experienced female physician, has a Soothing Syrup for children teething, which greatly facilitate the process of teething, by softening the gums, reducing all inflammation—will allay all pain, and is sure to regulate the bowels. Depend upon it, mothers, it will give rest to yourselves, and relief and health to your infants. Perfectly safe in all cases. See advertisement in another column.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 29 January 1861
Fruit Trees for Sale. fIM THR following Lot of choice Fruit Trees will be sold cheap to any one desiring to pur«J»»chase. Now in the time to plant Trees and beautify your homes. The assortment is as follows: 818 GRAFTED APPLE TREES; aoo PEACH " &lt;0 APRICOT " 30 LOCUST " C.RAI'E VINES, R iSPBERRY and BLACKBERRY BUSHES, finest varieties. Any one who wishes to purchase are requested to ca.UtcallatthU office, or upon j^hOMAS^ A W JEE'S STORE, AT MORMON BAR. GENERAL PROVISION DEPOT! THE UNDERSIGNED HAfc now on hand, and is constantly receiving at his Store, large PROVISIONS, GROCERIES. BET WINES AMD LIQUORS, And every Variety of MINING IMPLEMENTS, Hardware and Cutlery, Together with a good aupply of CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES, Suited to the present and approachingseason. ayEvery variety of Merchandise suited to the wants of the public, will be sold at reasonable rates. ARTHI'R W. JEE. Mormon Bar, November 11,1857. o2otf
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 29 January 1861
I. O. O. F. UJel *;&gt; _ HORNITOS lodge, j Evening, at Hall, Hcrnitos. M. MAGN'ER, N. G. E. G. Hall, Sec'y. F- AND A M. A Mariposa Lodge So. 24. REGULAR MEETINGS—The last Saturday j before each full moon. Special Meetings j second Saturdav thereafter S. A. MKRRITT, W. M. J ft. Norms, Secretary. dlO HOLIDAY PRESENTS! BARRETT &amp; SHERWOOD, JVo. 135 Montgomery street, Ark now opening a superb Stock of Goods suitable for HOLIDAY GIFTS. Washoe Silver Ware, CONSISTING OF LIQUOR STANDS, FRUIT BASKETS, TOILET CASES, EGG STANDS, Cake Baskets, Tea Sets, Ice Pitchers, Egg Coddlers, Toast Racks, Trays, Candlesticks, Urns, Side Dishes and Hetties with heating apparatus, Candelebras. Communion Service, Soup and Oyster Tureens. Dish Covers, Children's Sets—of Knife, Fork and Spoon. TEA SETS, PITCHERS, CUPS, FORKS and SPOONS, NAPKIN RINGS, Goblets. Salt Cups. Card Cases; Fish, Fruit. Pie, Cake and P.utter Knives; Soup Lidles, Dessert Knives with pearl or solid handles. Bouquet Ho...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 29 January 1861
ISTefo a&amp;faertteemeittg. DR. L. «F. CZAPHAY \ [Subate fHetucal &amp; Surgfcal Institute. ! SACRAMENTO ST., BELOW MONTGOMERY, Opposite the Pacific Mail Steamship Co.'s Office San Francisco. Established in 1854, for he Permanent Cure of all private and chronic diseases, and for the suppression of Quackery. ATTENDING AND RESIDENT PHYSICIAN, la. J. CZAPKAY, 11. D.. late in the Hungarian Revolutionary War, Chief Physician to the 20th Regiment of Honveds, Chief Surgeon to the Military Hospital of Pesth. Hungary, late lecturer on Diseases of Women and Children, and Honorary Member of the Philadelphia Ollege of Medicine. Particular attention paid to the treatment of diseases peculiar to Women and Children"=g&gt;® Office Hours.—From S) a. m. till 9 p. M. Communications strictly confidential Permanent cure guaranteed, or no pay. Consultations by letter or otherwise free. Address Dr. L. J. CZAPKAY, San Francisco, Cal. Trlbnte'to Merited Worth. The ingratitude of man...