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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 6 August 1861

General Engagement—Second battle of Bull's Run. 70,000 Confederates against 40,000 Federals —Hie Rebels Victorious. Federals at First Gain the Day—Rebels Reiuforced by Gen. Johnston— Panic among the Federal Camp Followers, which Infects the Army—Arms thrown away—Batteries Lost. etc.—Prisoners Taken by the Rebels. GALLANTRY OF THE FIRE ZOUAVES AND CORCOitAN'S 69th—THEIR HEAVY LOSS. Gen. Patterson's Inactivity Blamed for tlie Defeat. St. Lonig, July, 251h. I ....A despatch of Sunday (the 21st) Hays that i there are troops at Manassas Juuction to the number of 45,000. I Washington, July 21at.—The N. Y. World 1 * des- ! patch Bays the enemy, with an immense for~e, at 1 tempted to turn our right flank, and came near be- ! ing successful, when our large seige gun. a 31 pounder. opened upon them, causing tremendous havoc, and routing them. j The fighting at Bull's Run commenced at 3 o'clock a. M. ,and continued most desperately until 2 P. M — The rebels were driven oack inch by inch, leavi...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 6 August 1861

melancholy through Washington. The carnage was tremendously heavy on both side*. We were advancing, taking their masked batteries, gradually, but surely, driving the enemy towards Manassas Junction, when they seemed to have been reinforced by Gen. Johnson, who, it is understood, took command immediately, and commenced driving us back. ....200,000 men have been ordered to Washington.... Several regiments, whose time had expired, have re-engaged for the war. Among them is the New York Irish Regiment tlie 69th....The schooner Waring was captured by the privateer Jeff Davis, and a prize crew put on board. A negro killed all but two of them with a hatchet, and managed to get the vessel to New York... .Gen Patterson's Division of 32.000 men was within 23 miles ot the battle ground, but the exhaustion of Ins men by a forced march prevented his participating in the battle.... ShermaD's celebrated battery, reported taken, is safe. Also the battery of the Rhode Island artillery, likewise repo...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 6 August 1861

SINGER'S Sewing Machines IIAYK BEEX It IIEJIOVEDj; —TO— 17 MO\T(JOKERY STREET, (Next to corner of Bush,) SAN FRANCISCO. I am prepared to demonstrate to all who feel an interest in SEWI.VG MACniXES, that SINGER 'S Family Sewing Machine WILL 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 interruptions; and that, in ALL the important requisites of a Sewing Machine, Singer's Machines, at* #100, are CHEAPER than any other kind at $50. lam now selling our Family Sewing machines: PLAIN, at $30 CABINETS, at *75 LETTER A, or 'Transverse Shuttle {Machines, an entirely new and incomparable Family Sewing Machine and adopted to Light Manufacturing, #90 not allow yourself to purchase a chain* stitch Machine either double or single thread—all will ravel. All chain stitch Machines have a cord on the under side of t...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 6 August 1861

Look-a-Here! The undersigned having disposed of hi* property, known as the " Oak Spring Home," he ii desirous of making an immediate settlement with all thoae indebted to him by note or book account. Thoae baring claims against the subscriber will please present theui for settlement. He is now located at the forks of the road, in the house formerly occupied by Mr. Cunningham, immediate'y above Princeton, near the School Honse. Unless the above accounts are settled immediately, tbey will be placed in the bands of an officer for collection. L. H. P. SMITH, Frinceton, July 18. 1861. CANDIDA TE S. • 8. B. Tit >rnpaon U a candidate for ASSESSOR of Mariposa County, at the ensuing election. • ♦♦♦ W. C. Hill is a candidate for ASSESSOR of Mariposa county at the election in September next. J. W. Simmons in a Candidate for the office of COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION, at the ensuing election, September next. ♦ » Angevin* Reynold* is a Caudi late for th« office of COUNT...

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ARRIVAL OF THE POXY. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 6 August 1861

ARRIVAL OF THE POXY. ®ttc (fiaMtq St. Lovtlsy July 18th. ....800 troopii left St. Charles, Mo., by the North Missouri Railroad on the 16th, for Hudson, on the Hannibal and St. Joseph road. At Millville they found the track torn up. 1.000 rebels fired on the train, killing 2 soldiers and 3 passengers. The Fede ml troop* charged and routed them, killing?, wound tag 20 and capturing 20, and 27 horses. One rebel, particularly hostile, with a gun, was fired on and completely riddled. Federal loss : 3 killed, and 8 wounded. ....At Monroe, Mo, on the 11th, the Federal troops were reinforced, and routed the rebels, capturing Capt. Owen, who will probably be hung. They also captured 75 other prisoners, one gun and a number of horses. 20 or 30 rebels were killed. Several Federal troops were wounded, but noue killed. ....It is reported that Gov Letcher of Virginia has issued a proclamtion requiring the counties ol Fairfax, Prince William, Loudon, Orange, Stafford, Culpepper and Rappahannock to...

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Democratic County Convention. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 6 August 1861

Democratic County Convention. It is hereby reccommended by the Mariposa Democratic Central Committee, that a Convention be held at Mariposa, on Wednesday, the 14th day of August, 1861, to nominate a candidate for the Assembly, and a County Ticket.' It is also recommended that a primary election be held at each precinct, on Saturday, tie 10th day of August, between the hours of 7 and 10 o'clock, p. x to elect Delegates to the said Convention. We cordialiy invite all voters who are opposed to the coercive policy of the Republican Admistration to vote at the primary elections. According to the bisis established,' the precincts will be entitled to the following number of votes, viz : Precincts, iVu. Delegates, Inspectors. Agna Fria, 3 People Appoint. Princeton, C J. C. Craddook. Bridgeport, 2 R.I) Kilgore. Mariposa S C. S. MeKeown. Cathay's Valley 3 J. B. Hammond. Ranch,..........2.......... B. B Burnett. Mormon Bar, 4 A. Powell. Chowchillia 1 People Appoint. White 4 Ha cha' Mi 11....2 ...

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Republican Call. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 6 August 1861

Republican Call. The Republicans of this county, and all Union men, of whatever party, who are desirous of sustaining the Administration in preserving the Governmeut, and punishing treason, are requested to meet at the Court House. Mariposa, on Saturday, August 17th, 1861, for the purpose of nominating a County ticket, to be presented at the ensuing election. The test required for Membership in this Convention, will be a pledge to support the Republican State ticket, lately nominated at Sacramento. Per order of Couuty Committee. B. F. BACH MAN, Chairman. J. C. Hopper, Secretaiy, Mariposa, July 30th, 1861.

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Proceedings of the Union Democratic County Central Committee. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 6 August 1861

Proceedings of the Union Democratic County Central Committee. The Union Democratic County Central Committee j of Mariposa county, met, a quorum being present, j pursuant to a call from the Chairman. On motion, the following Resolutions were unanimously a lopted : | Ist Rftsnlred, That a County Convention be held in Mariposa, on Saturday, August 10th, 18$1. for the purpose of nominating one member of the Assembly, and for nominating a County ticket, to he voted for 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, and who will give their undivided support to the nominees of said Convention, to participate with us in our primary meetings. 3rd. Resolve I. That the primary elections be held on Wednesday, August the 7th, betweeu the hours of 6 and 9 o'clock, P. M. 4th. Resolved, That the basis of representation be one delegate fo every precinct; one f...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 6 August 1861

PHELAN'S BILLIARD SALOON.' raiHE ABOVE BILLIARD SALOON, JL wth Klv.Hr FIRST CLASS PHELAN lABLES, is.now open to the public. The Cushions on these Tables are the latest patent, aud are a great improvement on their predecessors. The ROOM is fit ted up so as to combine ki.kgaxck with comfort.— The BAR will be kept constantly supplied with the very choicer brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars, and the subscribers hope, by strict attention, to merit the patronage of all who admire and practice the GAME OF BILLIARDS. DAN LYNCH, M E. HUGHES, 740 and 7&Z Montgomery St., Opposite the New Metropol tan Theatre. Sa«i FraucUea* The subscriber beg* to inform the public that the above mentioned BILLIARD SALOON is also intend ed to serve as a show and salesroom for Phelan's Patent Combination Cushions and Model Billiard Tables, and Billiard Trimmings of every description. Parties desirous of purchasing Billiard Tables will thus have au opportunity of selecting from a varied as Kortment. ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 6 August 1861

San Francisco Advertisements. GROVER & BAKER'S First Premium NOISELESS FAMILY SEWING- MACHINES AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES!! AT OREATLY REDUCED PRICES !! AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES !! $60 and Upward ! $60 and Upward ! $60 and Upward ! Over 20 per rent. Discount ! Over 20 per rent. Discount ! Over 20 per rent. Discount ! From our former prices. The treat success attending the introducing of our New Style Family Sewing Machines in thiß State (a* in all others), lias prompted certain unprincipled and unreliable parties to eudeavor to torce upon the public certain inferior and so caixkd ''Olieap Machines," which either by legal injunctions or from their own inherent defects have long since died out in the Kastern States. IT IS OUR DETERMINATION TO SCPPLY A GOOD MACHINE At a Low Price, that the purchaser may not; as past instances expe rience in the purchase of one of the mis named 4 Cheap Sewing Machines,a dkak bargain and WASTE OK MONEY. The World-Wide Reputation —OF TIIE— Oro...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 6 August 1861

fHtßcellnntous. PAOTCMAITsmISHIP COMPANY'S STB AM SHIP :4ilfc ST. LOUIS. CAPT. : : : Commander. Will Leave Folsom St. Wharf. ON SUNDAY :::::: AUGUST 11th At 9 o'clock. A. M. FOR PANAMA. Passengers will be conveyed from Panama to Aspinwall by the Panama Railroad Company, and from Aspinwall to New York by the Atlantic and Pacific Steamship Company. FORBES & BABCOCK, Agents. Cor. Sacramento and LeidesdorlT Sts. oct23. HTDELEY'S UNION EXPRESS From Monovllle to Coultervllle, ONCE IN EACH WEEK. THROI GH IN THREE days, connecting with Wells, largo it Co., at Columbia. Sonora. Chine-e Camp. Bi»r Oak Flat and Mariposa; leaving every WEDNESDAY morning 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. tfc3,All letters and packages will be mi My carried an«i promptly delivered. N. G. HIDELEY. Coulterville, July 2d. 1861. For Sale. ALARSE BOARDIVG HOUS...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 6 August 1861

&an JFrancteco Stifotrtfjumenta. > NO W LA NDING Ex-Late Arrivals. BROWN DRIIirUIIEETIIS, 30-INC II SHIRTINGS. Bleached. Sheetings, ASSORTED WIDTHS. a a sai2 a 0 3, aU. GRADES AND COI.ORS, P&IXTS AND DELAINES, IN GREAT VARIETY. I Dress and Fancy Dry Goods. 1 ALEXANDRE'S GENUINE KID GLOVES Gents Furnishing Goods. Davis & Jones Shirts, FLANNELS, HOSIERY, &c. HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS. BRUSSELS AND 3 PLY CARPETS, new 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 from market rates. FRANK BAKER, 110 and 112 Clay Street, j mar' 26 6m. San Franct>co. | Selling, Marx & Co. Furniture Ware Roonn, formerly occupied by JONAS G. CLARK <fc CO. ft reporter & iHanufarturer of *V« ftmisfimi, BEDS, MATBESSES, etc. New No. 510. old No. 128 YYasliing Street, (TJI» ST...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 6 August 1861

Ktto aubertt'sementg. DR. L. JT. CZAPKAT $rt jate |Hito»ia T & Sutctfcal Institute, | | SACRAMENTO ST., BELOW MONTGOMERY, Opposite the Pacific Mail Steamship Co.'s Oflicc San Francisco. ; Established in 1854,/ or he Permanent Cure nf all pri ra'e and chrunic disrxues. and for Hie suppression nj Quackery. ATTENDING AVP RESIDENT PHYSICIAN, I-. J. CZAPKAV, M. P., late in the Hungarian j Revolutionary War. Chief Physician to the 20th Beg. iment of Honveds, Chief Surgeon to the Military Hosj pital of Pesth. Hungary, late lecturer on Diseases ol Women and Children, and Honorary Member of the I Philadelphia College of Medicine. AJ"i'artictilnr at ! tention paid to the treatment of diseases peculiar tc | Women and Children"®# j Office Horns —From 9A. M. till 9p. m. Communication.l ■nication.l strictly confidential Permanent cure guar ; anteed. or no pay. Consultations by letter or other j wise free l Address Dr. L. J. CZAPKAY, San Francisco, Cul. Tribnto t » Merited Woth. ' The ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 6 August 1861

&an jfrancfoco Stobertigementa. commendation, not only an an act of scientific skill, but that of humanity alio. About two years ago I suddenly, and from causes unknown to me, was seized with a fit of Epilepsy, which, owing to my inability to meet the expenses consequent upon a no rough medical treatment, and the discourageoent which I met with on attempting it, soob be ame such (as I was then led to believe) as to defy he skill of any physician. I was frequently, white n pursuit of my calling, thrown down to the ground without the slightest warning ; and, although ia< sensible to the agonies, I yet despised the miseries of mv life, and soon learned to look upon tbose who would render assistance or shelter me from danger as enemies who sought to prolong the existence of tti r miseries. While in this state, and baring, previous to my affliction, tasted the sweets of life, ! once more was induced to attempt seeking aid of a physician, and, by recommendation, cal...

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u [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 6 August 1861

u ....At Washington, June 20th, Professor Lowe made an ascension in his balloon to the higlit of 500 feet. It was provided with signal flags and a powerful telescope. As he arose be payed out a fine telegrapic wire. Tie following is the dispatch sent by Professor Lowe to the President while at his aerial hight : Balloon Enter™**. ) June 18th, 1861. j To the President of the United States : From this point of observation, tbe city, with its girdle of encampments, presents a superb scene. I have pleasure in sending you the first dispatch ever telegraphed from an aerial station, and in acknowledging indebtedness to your encouragement for the opportunity of demonstraing the availability of tbe science ef aeronautics in the military service of the country. T. S. C. Low*. ....A booty fellow was observed, driving a " porker,'' holding on to his tail, and when asked what He was doing, replied that he was studying go hog »aphy. ....Polite gentleman enters pew—sits on lady's hoop—surprised. "...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 6 August 1861

Princeton Livery Stable. Baptiste & Co Proprietors GOOD SADDLE AND BI'GGY HORto let upon reasonable terms, at 1 "W ANIMAIJS kept by the PAY. WEEK •wSStaSDor MONTH, at reasonable rates. Princeton, March sth, 18C1. LIVERY STABLE. HORNITOS. Junction of Main ami Hitjh Streets, II AT TO fiT & DAVIS, Proprietors. — The subscribers respectfully informs the citizens of Hornitos and vicinity, that XJL I * they Imve opened a STABLE at the above named place, where they are prepared to furnish Good Saddle Animals To any one who desires anything in that line. Afco HORSES AND BUGGIES that will compare wit!* the Vest Id any Livery Stable. Fasy and Safe Saddle Horses for Indies. Animals groomed by the Day, Week or Month. Ho rses or Mules entrusted to onr care, will receive strict attention, and will be faithfully attended to. A share of public patronage is respectfully solicited. REASONABLE. fbl2 NEW LIVERY STABLE, IuIA-XISr STREET, OPPOSITE TORXEY'S SALOON'. JOHN R. M'CREAD...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 6 August 1861

'STJbcrtiswunts. DRY GOODS! DRY GOODS !! N. OPPENHEIM, HORNITOS, ' s now rrep»rcd to engage in tbe 11 ft Wr°^Tf j e Summer Campaign R Haiti With a Stock of Spring and Summer Goods, Which in extent and variety cannot be surpassed in this market. The public are invited to examine our assortment, which consists in part of Ladies' Dress Goods, Latest styles of SILKS, LAWNS, BERAGES, FANCY GOODS; EMBROIDERY, GLOVES, GAITERS, FLATS, BONNETS, SHAWLS, &C. GENTS' CLOTHING, Coats, Pants, Vests, Hats, Caps, Boots & shoes. All of which, together with every other variety ol FANCY, DOMESTIC and STAPLE DRY GOODS, will be sold at prices Lower than any other Store in this county. Hornitos, April 23d, 1861. Plaza Meat Market, Main Street, Hornitos. R. «. GIVEXS & Co. Proprietors HAS recently opened a new stand, on the East side of the Plaza, and is prepared to furnish thecitizens ot Horaitosandvicinity with BEEF, FORK, MUTTON and SAUSAGES, of the best quality, at t...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 6 August 1861

Sato^Htlls. White & Hatchs' NEW STEAM SAW MILL. THIS Mill is situated on the Middle Fork of tbe Cbowihillia. The Mill is running day and night, and is cutting a large quantity of the Best Kind of Lumber, and selling it at very reasonable prices. We feel thankful to our friends and the public for their liberal patronage heretofore, and shall use our utmost endeavor to still be deserving of it. We have a GOOD ROAD leading, to the Mill from Mariposa by the way of Mormon Bar. over which a larger load can be hauled from the Mill than from Mariposa elsewhere, WHITE & HATCH. Chowchillia, July 19th, 1860. LOVEJOY & CO.'S STEAM SAW MILL, (Formerly II nsney's Mill.) This mill is located in the best timbered COUNTRY between the Merced and San Joaquin Rivers. Lumber of all Dimensions Sawed to order out of the beNt Sugar Pine Timber. A large Stock of all kinds of Lumber kept constantly on hand at the Lumber Yard. Those wanting large lots of Lumber, are particu...

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