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Breckinridge Convention. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 20 August 1861
Breckinridge Convention. The Democratic Convention met at the Court House, Mariposa, August 14th, at 1 o'clock, and was called to order by G. Hardwick, Chairman of the County Central Committee. Judge M'Ei.roy was then chose temporary Chairman, and C. Kerkixs, Esq., Secretary. On motion one delegate from each precinct was selected as a Committee on Credentials, after which the Convention adjourned for an hour to give the committee time to make out their report. Upon reassembling, the Committee on Credentials reported favorably, and delegates from the various precincts were admitted to seats. On motion the present Chairman and SecreUjy were elected permanent officers of the Convention. A committee on Resolutions, composed of 8. B Alison, J. I*. I.ane, Capt. Powell, S. W. Carr and R. R. Givens, presented the following Platform, which was unanimously adopted: Resulred, By the Democracy of Mariposa county in Convention assembled, Ist—That we cordially endorse the PI tform adopted by the ...
Republican Convention. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 20 August 1861
Republican Convention. The Republican County Convention met at the Court House, on Saturday the 17th inst., pursuant to call, aud organized, by calling B. F. BACHMAN to the Chair, and appointing J. C. Hoppkr Secretary. A Committee of five were appointed on Order of Business, and five on Resolutions. The Committee on Resolutions reported : •' That we adopt and endorse the platform of the Republican State Convention, which met at Sacramento, on the 18th of June last, and that it is inadvisable to abandon the present Republican organization in this county." Adopted. The Committee on Order of Business reported a reslutiou recommending that the Convention proceed to the nomination of a full County ticket, which was adopted, after considerable discussion, by a vote of 30 to 2 3. A Committee on Nominations was appointed, and reported the following ticket :— For Assembly—J. S. Bates. For Court-ty Judge—B. F. Tilde:*. for restrict Attorney—R. MX'atfrey Vor !%eritT—J. C. Hopper. For County Cl...
[FOR THE UAKirOSA CAIKTTK-] MY MOTHER. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 20 August 1861
[FOR THE UAKirOSA CAIKTTK-] MY MOTHER. BY JKAJT L. BRCCE. The day is sail and drearySadder thoughts my spirit fill, As I hear the wind come moaning, OVr yon lone and distant hill; For I think of one who lov'd me— One now lying cold and still. There's an ivory box b«fore me, With its little hoard of gems, More precious far these trilies seem Than regal diadems; For the gentle one who wore them, Wears the garb of angel realms ! With her eyes so darkling, And of glossy jet, And lier crimson rose leaves, With between them set; And her (Jce u&gt;f snowy fairness, Where the rose and lily met. Such her picture in youth's gladness, When these shining toys she wore; Then her way was strewn with pleasure, And love hailed lier to its shore; But, soon, care and sickness bani lied Hopes that died—to rise no more. Ah ! mine eyes grow dim and misty, As I see her vacant chair; For I thiuk of her who loved me, Sitting wan and weary there. While the Summer hours grew solemn, For dedh's spirit...
Look-a-Here! [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 20 August 1861
Look-a-Here! The undersigned having disposed of his property, known as the " Oak Spring House," he is desirous of making an immediate settlement with all those in debted to him by note or book account. Those having claims again9t the subscriber will please present them for settlement. He is now located at the forks of the road, in the house formerly occupied by Mr. Cunningham, immediately above Princeton, near the School House. Unless the above accounts are settled immediately, they will be placed in the hands of an officer for collection. L. H. I'. SMITH, Princeton, July 16, 1861.
Office of San Joaquin Valley Agricultural Society. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 20 August 1861
Office of San Joaquin Valley Agricultural Society. Stockton, August Bth, 1861. The Second Annual Fair and Industrial Exhibi tion of this Society, commences in the city of Stockton, oil Tuesday, September 10th, 1861, and will continue for days. Parties wishing to compete in any of the Departments of the Exhibition, must have their articles or Mljnials entered on or before Tuesday, Sept. 10. P. E. CONNOR, Secretary. Special Notlcc.—The Medlca I and Surgical Institute of Dr. L. J. CZAPKAY, is already secured in a position which places it, as well as its proprietor, far above the assaults of envy and professional malice. In the schools of France, the highest prizes are often awarded to practitioners in this department of Medical science, and they occupy with others, an equally lofty position in the profession.— Ricord is an illustrious example, a shining light among the philosophical stars of his age in Europe, and Dr. Czapkay has fully equalled him in this country, as a proof of which,...
CANDIDATES. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 20 August 1861
CANDIDATES. Andrew Jackson is a candidate for CONSTABLE, in Township No. 3, at the ensuing election in September next. ll■ H. Holton is a candidate for the office of JUSTICE of the PEACE, for No. 1 Township. Richard Foliry is a candidate for the office of CONSTABLE, in Township No. 3, at the election in September next. Alexander McElroy is a candidate for reelection for SUPERVISOR in District No. 1, or Ilornitos District. Caleb Goodman is a candidate for the office of SUPERVISOR, in Township No. 4, District No. 3, at the ensuing election in September next. S. B. Thompson is a candidate for ASSESSOR of Mariposa County, at the ensuing election.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 20 August 1861
Mr. If P. Fisher 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. Jcffer»on M. Shannon is authorized to obtain Subscriptions, Collect Accounts and do business for the Mariposa Gazette in Fresno County. Union Democratic Ticket. FOH DI.-TRICT JUDGE, E. BURKE. FOR ASSEMBLY, J. G. M'CULLOUGH, FOR COUNTY JUDGE, J. llurcklialfer. FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY, Alex. Deering. FOR SHERIFF, J. D. Crippcn. FOR COUNTY CI.KRK, Angevlnc Reynolds, FOR TREASURER, J. B. Condon. FOR COUNTY RECORDER, R. 8. Miller. FOR ASSESSOR, G. W. Cornell. PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR, Jas. W. Torney. FOR COUNTY SURVEYOR, Jarvis Kyle. FOR CORONER, W. S. Havanaiigh. FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC SCHOOLS, Jas. R. M'Cready.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 20 August 1861
|Uto Administrator's Notice. IX THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF BERRY RAKE, Deceased : Probate Court, Mariposa Cnr.vrr.—Notice is hereby given, to all persons holding claims against said Deceased, to present the same to the undersigued. at the office of Merritt &amp; Peering, in Mariposa with the proper affidavit, withic ten months from the date of this notice, or the same will be forever barred. HENRY BOIILK, Administrator. Mariposa, August 13th ISGI.-4t NOTICE IS hereby given by the Board of Supervisors of Mariposa county, that proposals jrill be received for the building of a sub Jail or Calaboose, in the Town of Coulterville, of paid county. Plans and Specifications can be seen at the Counting Room of Smith k Scott's, in the Town of Coulterville. Said proposals will be considered by the Board, on Tuesday. September 10th. 1861, at 10 o'clock, A. M. The right to reject all bids reserved. By order of the Board. WM. A. GUARD, Cl-rk. Mariposa, August 6th, lS&lt;5l-ot.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 20 August 1861
No Pony news was received by yesterda»'s Stage, in consequence of the telegraph being down and the removal of the outer telegraph station. |Uto l|l»krtiscnuntS"(£a-bajT DEMOCRATIC NOMINATIONS. DISTRICT JUDGE, R. H. DALY, FOR ASSEMBLY, JOHN CRADDOCK. County Judge J. M. Boiiduraut. District Attorney John M. Corcoran Sheriff A. J. Gregory. County Clerk JFolm Ballard. Treasurer .....Jas» M'Kinney. Assessor.. M. Manner, j ■ Public Administrator S. Bond, County Surveyor It. B. Thomas. Coroner l&gt;r. Graudvoiuet. Supt. Bub lie Schools ..J. W. Simmons. Republican Nominations. FOR ASSEMBLY, J. S. BATES, County Judge B. F. Tilden. District Attorney R. M'Caflrey. Sheriff J. C. Hopper. County Clerk W. T. Flower. Treasurer A. F. Sliriver. County Recorder E. C. Hartman. Assessor David Bitler. Public Administrator A. Shaw. County Surveyor F. Jones. Coroner W, B. Smith Supt Public Schools John Giltner NOTICE. r«!HE firm of Skelton &amp; Co., have this day dissol- ■ ved Co-Partnersh...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 20 August 1861
ELECTION PjOrmiATM. STATE OP CALIFORNIA, 1 executive department, J Notice is hereby givev that a c.eneuai. Election is to be held on WrdnMdayj the 4-th day of September next, 1881, through out the State, at which the following officer* are to be alocted: Two Merr.bcrsof Congress; A Governor; A Lieutenant Governor; A Judge of tlic Supreme Court; A Clerk of the Supreme Court; An Attorney General; A State Treasurer; A State Controller; A Surveyor General; A State Printer. Also, a DISTRICT JUDGE for such of the 4th and 13th Judicial Districts. Also, STATE SENATORS, as follows: Ist District—Composed of the Counties of San Diego and San Bernardino, One Senator. 2«1 District—Composed of the County of Los Angeles—One Senator; 3d District—Composed of the Counties of Santa Barbara and San I/.uis Obispo—One Senator; 4th District —Composed of the Counties of Tulare and Frezno—One Senator; 6th District—Composed of the Counties of Santa Cruz and Monterey—One Senator; Bth District—Com posed of the...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 20 August 1861
Chas. R. Bowen &amp; Bro., Hunter street, Stocktoa. BOWEN BRO., Corner California and Montgomery Street*, SAN FRANCisoo, WH( LGSALE A RETAIL* ....dealers in...* FANCY &amp; STAPLE GROCERIES &amp; PROVISIONS Household Utensils Ac. California Produce, BOOTS, SHOES, and PARTIES FROM MARIPOSA vi*itin»r Stockton,, will find it greatly to their advantage to call and examine our large Stock, which we offer for Casli at 10 per cent, lower than any other Hon«« in Stockton, as we have a Store in San Fiancisco an) purchase our Goods at Imported prices: _ We have now in store and daily receiving Good* selected with care from recent importation*. »»- sistinx in part of the following: SUGAR —Parrels crushed Sugar ; Barrels New Orleans Sugar ; Barrels Refined Sugar ; Mats China Sugar : Mats Calcutta Sugar : Bar Sugar, 4c., for sale by C. R. BOWEN &amp; BRO. Flour. Meal, &amp;c. Barrels Alviso Flour, Barrels Golden Gate Flour, Barrels City Mills. Buckwheat. R...
ARRIVAL OF THE POSY. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 20 August 1861
ARRIVAL OF THE POSY. St. Louis, August 3d. | York, August 2.—The following is received *»V the Xorthrrn Light: The Panama Star and Her *)d reports that a British vessel was overhauled and , boarded on the lltli of July, by a Southern steamer. ' Boston, August I.—-The British brig Herald. *rhich was captured on July 16th, for trying to run j the blockade, cleared ostensibly on the 27th for Turk's Island, where she was chartered by parties in New with intent to try the effect of running ' the blockade. It is well known in this city and in New York, that other British vessels have run these ports within the last 30 days, for Wilmington and other North Carolina ports, to take cargoes to England. Washington, August *2.—Official dispatches to General Patterson will atKte that the entire blame for the defeat of the Federals at Bull's Run is due entirely to his neglect of positive orders. He was di rected as follows : J &lt;t. To encraee and defeat Johnston. 2d. If unable to engage ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 20 August 1861
The Chartres Coffee OF G. VENARDj HAS acquired such a reputation all over the Pacific Coast that there is scarcely any demand for other marks. WO WOIYDER that inferior and spurious articles are attempted to be passed oIT as superior sod genuine, under the same brand and paper. But do not be Imposed upon* Be cautious to observe that every packs are will bear besides the usual brand, my own signature. To be had of all the principal grocers in Ihe State, and at my Factory. Kearney street, corner of Sutter street, San Francisco. aug6-lm. G. VEi\ARD. P H E L A N~S BILLIARD SALOON. frHE ABOVE BILLIARD SALOOX, K Wth KK.HI' KiRSr CL.ArSS I'HKLAN VA ULES, is now open to the public. The Cushions on these Tables are the latest patent, and are a &lt;rrea£ improvement on their predecessors. The ROOM is fit ted up so as to combine KLKtiAXCK with comkokt.— The BaK wi II be kept constantly supplied with the very choicest brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars, and the subscribers hope, by stri...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 20 August 1861
San Francisco Advertisements. 1 First Premium NOISELESS FAMILY SEWING MACHINES AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES!! AT GREATLY 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 great success attending the introducing of our New Style Family Sewing Machines in this State (as in all others), has prompted certain unprincipled and unreliable parties to endeavor to force upon the public certain inferior and so called "Clieap Machines," which either by legal injunctions or from their own inherent defects have lung since died out in the Eastern States. IT IS OUR DETERMINATION 10 SITI'LY A GOOD MACHINE At a Low Price, that the purchaser may Hot as past instances experience in the purchase of one of the mis named "Cheap Sewing Machines,'* a dear bargain and WASTK OK MOSEY. The World-Wide Reputation — OF THE — Grover &amp; Baker SEWING...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 20 August 1861
ffttgcellnneoua. PAWFIC^ILIfEA^HIP OOMPANT'S 89 STEAMSHIP Jmw: ST. LOUIS. CAPT. : : : Commander. Will Leave Folsom St. Wharf. ON SUNDAY :::::: AUGUST 11th At 9 o'clock A. Mi FOB PANAMA. Passengers will be conveyed from Pannma to"Aspiuwall by the Panama Railroad Company .ind from Aspinwall to New York by the Atlantic and Pacific Steamship Company. FORBES &amp; BABCOCK, Agent*, Cor. Sacramento and Leidesdorff Sts. oct23. HIDELEVS UNION EXPRESS From Mouovllle to Coultervllle, ONTE IN EACH WEEK. THROtGH IX THREE days, connecting with Wells. Fargo Co., at Columbia. Sonora, Chine e Cainp, Big 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- ike., leaving every Saturday morning at 8 o'clock. tjrsu.AH letters and packages will be safely carried and promptly delivered. N. G. HIDELEY. Coulterville, July 2d, 1861. Wire Rope 13 40 PER CENT LIGHTER, LESS THAN O...