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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 23 July 1861

Jefferson M. Shannon is authorized to obtain Subscriptions, Collect Accounts and do business for the Mariposa Gazette in Fresno County. jt is supposed expected to see in this uumber of the GazETTB the ticket formed by the Convention which assembled in Sacramento, July 4th: | at the head of its colums. Some reasons why it does | not appear we will endeavor to give. Ostensibly it was to be a Union Convention. The community were thus informed prior to the election of delegates. Into this Union Convention three par ties or portions of such parties were supposed to be entitled to participate, namely: the Douglas party, the Bell and Everett party and the conservative Union-loving portion of the Breckinridge party. We wore disposed as one of the Utter party to aid the movement by every effort we could make. Willing we were to concede, as were many others, that the Douglas party formed the nucleus and main body of the party proposed to be organized, and in conse quence we were willing to ac...

Publication Title: Mariposa Gazette
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ARRIVAL OF THE PONY. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 23 July 1861

ARRIVAL OF THE PONY. St. Louis, July 8tl». Congress met July 4th, a majority of all the members from loyal States being present. Western Virginia sent three members and North Carolina one, Foster having received twenty-one Union votes, cer tided to by a magistrate. Two members also took seats from East Tennessee. ....On the second ballot. Grow of Pennsylvania, was elected Speaker, having received ninety six votes. ....Etheridge of Tennessee waaelected Secretary in the Senate. ....Twenty States were represented in llie United States Senate, and Andy Johnson, of Tennessee, took bis seat. Both of the Missouri Senators took their seats ; also, Breckinridge and Powell, of Kentucky. ....The Fourth of July was observed generally throughout tbe Northern and Western States. .. .J. W. Forney delivered a 'eulogy on Senator Douglas, at Washington, on tbe evening of the Fourth. ....The Message of the President was read to Congress July 4th. hut not transmitted West until the night of July sth—no...

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Still Later. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 23 July 1861

Still Later. ....Xewn from St. Ix)aia to July 12th, per Pony Ex press, was received here yesterday The following id the summary which is not especially important. ... .Gen. Scott has stopped tjie publication of gov ermental matters in all papers, except those of the Associated Press. In this, all that is published will be official. ....A fight occurred July 10th, between 550 Federal troops, and 1,600 Secessionists at the Monroe Station, Missouri. The rebels were badly whipped. ....Another fizht occurred seven mile* east of Carth !£♦». Jasper county. Missouri. July 7th. between 1,200 Federal troops, and 600 Secessionists. The latter were routed with the loss of 300 killed. The Federal troops also took a lot of horses, guns, ammunition, &c. ! ... .Congress has authorized the borrovin< of two ; hundred aud fifty millions of dollars, within the next I twelve mouths. j ....Mails are stopped to West Tennessee.

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Proceedings of the Union Democratic County Central Committee. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 23 July 1861

Proceedings of the Union Democratic County Central Committee. The Union Democratic County Central Committee of Mariposa county, met, a quorum being present, pursuant to a call from tlie Chairman. On motion, the following Resolutions were unanimously adopted : Ist Rnsolcal, That a County Convention be held in Mariposa, on Saturday, August lUtli, 18til. for the purpose ot Dominating imp member of the Assembly, ami for nominating a County ticket, to be voted for j at the. ensuing election. 2nd. That we cordially invite all Union loving ; men without distinction of party, who are in favor of ; maintaining the United States Government in all its : integrity, aud who will give their undivided support I to the nominees of said Convention, to participate ' with us in our primary meetings. I 3rd. KfJi'ilral. That the primary elections be held on Wednesday, August the 7th, between the hours of 6 and 9 o'clock, P. M. 4th. Re'iivfl, That the basis of representation be one delegate fo every prec...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 23 July 1861

Mr. li. P. Flahn is our only authorized Agent in San Francisco to receive Advertisements, ; receipt for the same, and to transact business generally for the Mariposa Gazette. Office, No. 171 V, Washington street, nearly opposite McGuire's Opera ; House.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 23 July 1861

NOTICE. j ANTED.—Twenty good Quartz 911I ners, to work on tlie " I„i» Mariposa* ! Estate. Apply at my office, Bear Valley. | Bear Valley, May 7, 1861. T.W.PARK. NOTICE. | All person* are forbidden CUTTING WOOD on the i •• Las Mariposas " Estate, or taking Wood from the same without permission. All trespassers will be ! prosecuted. T. W. PARK. Mariposa, March 12, 1861. I O. O. F. Slaiiposa lo'gc No. 39, meets every TUESDAY EVKXJNM. at their Lodge Room on Main Street, at 8 o'clock. Members of the Order in good standing are well come visitors. J. S. HARSH, X. G. Anckmxe Rkyxold«, Sec'y. F- AID A iH. A Mariposa Lodge No. 2-1. REGULAR MEETINGS—The before each full moon . Special Meetings •econd Saturday thereafter S. A. MERRITT, W. M. J h. Norris, Secretary. dlO L O. O. F. lIORXITOS LODGE, Xo. 99, meets every H rn,!,ls,)Jlr Evening, at o'clock, at Odd FelHall, Ilcrnitos. W. E. JENKINS, N. G. J. Y. Joxis, Sec'yBIRTH. In Mariposa, July 13th, 1801, the Wife of Henry Lessman, of a DAUGHTER. ...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 23 July 1861

Three Days Races ..AT THF.. Race Track of Bennett Bros. Mariposa Creek, Merced Co. THE proprietors would respectfully announce to the citizen* of Mariposa. Merced, Tulare and Fresno. that their new Track in completed, and that THREE PAYS RACES *>11 commence upon it Ang13th, 16th, and 17th. Ist day'« Race, Thursday, August 15. A Sweepstake Race of 1000 yards. Entrance $250; forfeit $100. Oaich riders; —open for all half breed horses iu Merced, Mariposa, Frezno and Tulare counties. Entered for First Day—" Scissors," by Capt. Boline; " Hallett," by J. M. Ellis; " Kangaroo Rill," by J. S. Humphreys;' J. C. Breckinridge," by Jeff. M. Shannon. Slid Day—Krl'Uy, August 16. Proprietors Purse, which consists of the field money ; for all 2 year old Colts in the above named counties. Mile and repeat. Entrance $100—forfeit $50. 3d Day—Saturday, August IT. Sweepstake for all three year old Colts in the dis trict named. One mile and repeat. Entrance $200 ; forfeit 100. Catch riders. Ent...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 23 July 1861

SINGER'S Sewing Machines HAVE BILV —TO— I 47 MOXTGORERY STREET, (Next to corner of Bush,) SAN FRANCISCO. I am prepared to demonstrate to all who fee) »n intere«t in SEWING MACHINES, that SINGER '8 Family Sewing Machine WII.L Do Better Work. On a greater range of fabric—that is, on as light fabrics, and on heavier fabrics—than any other Family Sewing Machine before the public is capable of doing; that the work can be done With Greater Ease, And with fewer interruption*; and that, in ALL the i important requisite* of a Sewing Machine, Singer's Machines, at $100, are CHEAPER than any other | kind at $50. lam now selling our Family Sewing machines: 1P1.A121, j CABINETS, 9,5 | LETTER A, or Transverse Shuttle Machines, an entirely new and incomparable Family Sewing Machine and adopted to Light Manufacturing, i t3_Do not allow yourself to purchase a CHAIN 1 stitch Machine either double or siugle thread—ill I will ravel. All chain stitch Machines have a cord on : the under side of the fabri...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 23 July 1861

Look-a-Herc! The undenigoed having disposed of his penyarty, kaown as the " Oak Spring House," he is deskww mi making an immediate settlement with all thses itdeMed to him by note or book account. Thoaa kwing claims against the subscriber will please present them for settlement. Ha is now located at the forks of the road, in the house formerly occupied by Mr. Cunningham, immediately shore Princeton, near the School House. Unless the abore accounts are settled immediately, they will be placed in the hasde of an officer for collection. i- H. P. SMITH, Princeton, July 16. 1861. CANDID ATES. 8. B. Thompson is a candidate for ASSESSOR of Mariposa County, at the ensuing election. W. C. Hill is a candidate for ASSESSOR <»f Mariposa county at the election in September neat. J. W. Simmons is a Candidate for the office i of COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION, at the ensuing election, September ! next. AngeTine Reynold* is a Candidate for th» office of COUNTY CLERK, for Mar...

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THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 23 July 1861

THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. I Fdlow citizens of the Senate, and House of Representa fire*:—Having been convened on an extraordinary occasion, as authorized by the Constitution, your at tention is not called to any ordinary subject of legis lation. At the beginning of the present Preaiden- ! tial term, four mouths ago, the functions of the : federal Government were found to be generally suspended within the several States of South Carolina, J (•eorgia, Alabama. Mississippi, Louisiana, and Flor- ! ida, excepting only those of the Post-office Depart ! inent. Within those States the f orts, arsenals, dock >ards. harbors custom houses and the like, inclu- 1 *1 ing the movable and stationary property in and about them had been seized, and were held in open 1 hostility to the Government, excepting only Forts | Pickens, Taylor aud Jefferson, on and near the Flor- | ida coast, and Fort Sumpter in Charleston harbor, j South Carolina. The torts thus seized had been put in depraved cond...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 23 July 1861

PRINCETON MEAT H® MARKET. JOHN BGCKEK Proprietor. ISEEF, PORK and MUTTON, Of the VERY BKST QUALITY, on hand ana for sale al the Unrest Prices Meat Packed anl d#l : vered in Cowl condition to people living at * distance. Princeton, May 21, 1801.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 23 July 1861

fStacellnneou*. PAOFiyMirMAMSHIP OOMPAKV'B ' STEAMSHIP SONORA. CAPT. : : : Commander. Will Leave Folsom St Wharf. ON THURSDAY :: : : : AUGUST Ist At 9 o'clock A. Iff. FOB PANAMA. Passengers will He cmrpyeil from raotmi to Aspinwnll hv the Panama Railroad Company. »n<l from Aspiuuall to New York by the Allxntic ami Pacific Steams-hip Coni]>any. FORBES & BABCOCK, Agent*, Cor. Sacramento and I-eiJeiwlurtT Sta. ] octC3. j HIDELEY-S UNION EXPRESS From MonovUle to Coulterville, ONCE IS EACH WEEK. THROt GH IN T THREE day*, connecting with Wells, Fargo Co., at Columbia, Sonora, Chine-e Camp, Big Oak Flat and j Mariposa; leaving every WEDNESDAY m«rninjj at 8 , o'clock; and on the eastern slope, with Esmeralda. Aurora. Genoa, Carson city, Virginia city, Silver city. Gold Hill &c., leaving every Saturday morning at 8 o'clock. t££,All letters and packages will be safely carried and promptly delivered. N. ii. IiII'ELEY. Coultervilie, July 2d. 1861. F...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 23 July 1861

j&an JFraiuisco Stoberttaenuiitg. NOW LAND INS Ex-Late Arrivals. BROWN DMUin SHEETINGS, 30-INCH SHIRTINGS. Bleached Sheetings, ASSORTED WIDTHS. All GRADES AND COLORS, PbIXTS AND DELAINES, IV GREAT VARIETY. Dross and Fancy Dry Goods. ALEXANDRE'S GENUINE KID GLOVES Gents Furnishing Goods. Davis & Jones Shirts, FLANNELS, HOSIERY, &c. HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, BRUSSEI.S AND 3 PLY CARPETS, Dew pattern. PAPER HANGINGS, DRUGGETS MATTING, HOLLANDS, HEMP CARPETS. AGENCY FOR Jewett's and Comon's Oil Cloths. ' For sale for Cash, or to first class, prompt paying trade, at a discount Irom market rates. FRANK BAKER, 110 and 112 Clay Street, mar°26 Ont. San Francisco. | Constine & Selling's i Furniture Ware Rooms, formerly occupied by « JONAS G. CLARK & CO. fHanufacturtr FUEIITUii, BEDS, MATH ESSES, etc. New No. 510, old No. 128 Washing Street, * (TJI> STAIRS,) ap36-tf San Fianri«o. SANFORD'S LIVER INVIGORATOR Mcver Debilitates. ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 23 July 1861

Keffl 3tt>bcttiocnunto. I>R. L. M. CZAPKAY PriJate & Surqtcal Institute. SACRAMENTO ST., BELOW MONTGOMERY, Opposite the Pacific Mail Steamship Co.-a Office San Francisco. Established in 1854, for he remanent Cure of all private and chronic diseases, and for the suppression of Quackery. Attending and resident physician, i>. j. CZAPKAY, M. D., late in the Hungarian Revolutionary War. Chief Physician to the 20th Regiment of Honveds, Chief Surgeon to the Military Hospital of I'estb. Hungary, late lecturer on Diseases of Women and Children, and Honorary Member of the Philadelphia College of Medicine. attention paid to the treatment of diseases peculiar to Women and Iliildren«ss Office Hocks—From 9A. 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. Tribute tv> Merited Worth. The ingratitude of man to his ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 23 July 1861

£att jFranctsto 2U>bettiorountf« commendation, not only m an act of scientific *hIIL but that of humanity also. About two JHn ago I suddenly. and from eauM* unknown to ■«, waa seised with aAt of Epilepsy, which, owing to mj inability to meet the felpenses consequent opow a norough medical treatment, and the dl*eooram> nent which I met with oft attempting It, *o«a >e ame mieh (a* I was then led to believe) aa to defy he skill of any physician. 1 Waa frequently, while n pursuit of my calling, throwh down to the ground without the slightest warning | and. although In•ensible to the *gonie», I yet deiipiiied the miseries of my life, and soon learned to look upon those who would render assistance or shelter tn» from danger as enemies who sought to prolong tbe existence of my miseries. While in this state, and baring, previous to my affliction, tasted tbe sweets of life, 1 once more was induced to attempt seeking aid of a physician, and, by recommendation,...

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<t£lii» (6a.<ptti! [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 23 July 1861

&amp;lt;t£lii» (6a.&amp;lt;ptti! .... Not long since Hell of Tennessee, the great Union saver, confessed himself a disunionist, anil Prtntice hopsd he would live long enough to repent *11 he had said in the great humbug's favor. Bell's friends said it was wine not Bell that spoke, and quite recently Bell himself said at Knoxville — staunch Brownlow's home—as follows : "I have already told yoo that I have ever opposed //•cession as a heresy—l have opposed the separation of the State from the Federal Union—l have opposed the Southern Confederacy, and I see no necessity now for assuming a new position. But from what 1 have said, you will see that I have placed my neck in the halter. lam a rebel." With the exception of the term 'rebel,' the few Union men present were very well pleased with Col Bell's speech, and with his position. lie was severe upon the late Legislature, aud characterized its acts as unconditional and tyrannical, just what Union men contend for. The speech by n...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 23 July 1861

Princeton Livery Stable. Baptiste &amp;amp;Co Proprietors GOOD SADDLE AXD BUGGY HOR- : SES tn let upon reasonable terms, at fkT fi ANIMALS kept bv tho DAY. WEEK 'r MONTH, at rcasoniib'.c rates. Princeton, March sth, 1861. LIVERY STABLE? HORNITOS. Junction of Main and lli&amp;lt;jh. Streets. HATTOS &amp;amp;. DAVIS, Proprietors. The sub-cribers respectfully Informs ttie *£SS3j|L citizens of Hornitos and vicinity, tliat they have opened a STABLE at the above Dallied place, where tliey are prepared to furnish Good Saddle Animals To any one who desires anything in that line. Also HORSES AND BOGGIK3 that will compare with the best in any Livery Stable. Easy and Safe Saddle Horses for Indies. Animals groomed by the Day, Week or Month. Horses or Mules entrusted to our care, will receive strict attention, and will be faithfully aMon.i-J »«. a niiHieoi public patronajre is respectfully solicited. REASONABLE. fbl2 SEW LIVERY STABLE, MAIN STREET, OPPOSITE TORXEY'3 SALOON. JOHN R.M'...

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