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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 29 January 1861

San JFranctoCo SiTJ&etttsementg. commendation, not only as an act of scientific skill, but that of humanity also. 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 thorough medical treatment, and the discourage , ment which I met with on attempting it, soon be came such (as I was then led to believe) as to defy the skill of any physician. I was frequently, while in pursuit of my culling, thrown down to the ground without the slightest warning ; and, although insensible to the agonies, I yet despised the miseries of my life, and soon learned to look upon those who would render assistance or shelter nie from danger as enemios who sought to prolong the existence of my miseries. While in this state, and having, previous to my affliction, tasted the sweets of life, 1 once more was induced to attempt seeking aid of a physician, and, by recommendation, called upon...

Publication Title: Mariposa Gazette
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 29 January 1861

San Francisco Advertisements. GEORGE H. BELL, 153 Montgomery Street, cor. Merchant, SAN FRANCISCO. IMPORTER & DEALER IN STATIONERY OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, LEGAL Cap. Writing. Letter and Note Paper and Envelopes, in great variety; Gold Pens of the best manufacture; BLANK ACCOUNT 'BOOKS of the best materials and workmanship; Printers' Blank Cards, Law Books, Law Blanks, Notes, Drafts, Bills of Lading' Shipping Receipts, Order Books, and a large assortment of Custom House Blanks; SCHOOL BOOKS. A complete assortment always on hand. Orders from teachers will receive prompt attention; ATLANTIC PAPERS & MAGAZINES, AND ALL THE NEW BOOKS. Subscriptions received for Magazines, Newspapers and other Periodicals, at publishers' prices. A circular will be sent to any person on request, giving an extended list of Periodicals and the prices annexed. The following are among the most popular: per annum. Harper's Monthly $3 00 Godey's Lady's Book 3 00 Leslie's Magazine 3 00 Peter...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 29 January 1861

San ftanctsco 2ttjberttgenteittg= Wolfe's Celebated Scheidam Aromatic Schnapps, Manufactured at my old Distillery, near SCHIEDAM, HOLLAND, Renowned in Europe and the United States for nearly 20 years, for T-VRlValled pcritt, and for WHOLESOME TONIC PROPERTIES. Beware of the cheap poisonous trash put up in square bottles of late years, by so many liciuormixers, to imitate my Pure Schnapps, and my Bottles and Labels. UDOLI'IIO WOLFE, Sole Importer and Proprietor, 22, 24 and 26 Beaver Street, New York. dll-6mos. m7b. hughes, SOLE AGENT FOR Phelan's Model Billiard Tables, In California ant) ©rrgon. I>A.TE2SXX Combination Cushions, &c. Manufactory .and Salesroom 180 183, fftonttjomcrg Street, Sail Francisco. my29.ly MRS. WINSLOW, An experienced Nurse an«l Female Physician, presents to the attention of mothers, her SOOTHING SYRUP FOR CHILDREN TEETHING, Which greatly facilitates the process of teething, by softening the gums, reducing all inllammation— will allay all...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 7 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 29 January 1861

ffltsctllmuaus. NEW LIVERY STABLE^ MAIN STREET, OPPOSITE TORNEY'S SALOON. JOHN R. M'CKEADY Has just completed a large axd commodious LIVERY STABLE at the place above mentioned, and takes pleasure in announcing to hi* 4j6jSjjj|(£tf Kti friends that he is now ready to ac*%S2&X27 yU commodate them with as GOOD Q... n-aaJji. STOCK as can be found in the county. Fine Saddle Horses & Buggies, always on hand and furnished at short notice. Strict attention will be given to the Animal* of TRAVELERS and TEAMSTERS, who may give him a call. HORSES STABLED and GROOMED by the Day, Week or Mo th. The entire attention of the Proprietor will be given to the care and comfort of Animals entrusted to his keeping. ®s_Tkhms Reasonable. J. R. McCREADY. Mariposa, Jan 1, 1861. Sime Ewing's Stable. 3La ©range, Stanistus (Counto. • AT this Stable may be had at all times SADDLE ANIMALS suitable for Ladies and Gentlemen. PACK ANIMALS, HORSES AND BUGGIES. Animals kept by the WEEK, DAY or ...

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Iflaripoßa ©alette [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 29 January 1861

Iflaripoßa ©alette Jim DofMKTT's Gl'X AM) Dog.—A timid little man near me inquired if (lie bear in Arkansas ever attacked tlie settlers in numbers. " \"o," said our hero, wanning with the subject ; •' no, stranger, for you see it ain't the natur of bur to go in droves ; but the way they squauder about in pairs and single oues is edifying. Ami then the way J hunt them—the old black rascals know the crack of my gun as well as they know a pig's squealing,— They grow thin in our parts,—it frightens them so, awl they do take the noise dreadfully, poor things. That gun of mine is a perfect epidemic amimg bar; if not watched closely, it will go off as quick on a warm scent as my dog Bo vie-knife will ; and then that dog—whew ! why the fellow thinks the world is full of bar, he finds them so easy. It's lucky he don't talk as well as think ; for with his natural modesty, if he should learn how much he is acknowledged to be ahead of all other dogs in the universe, iie would be astonished to d...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 29 January 1861

JACOB VAM HORN'S JISALL SOLD IN BOTTLES?_ BOTTLES IN A CASE. J /o^h k i fe M !ltWls£ /? Y Ikb^f %BBY WHlSl^ /S4ZZ. SOLD IN BARRELS AND HALF BARRELS. KiT\ have arranged to keep a supply of my a ( M»ve celebra ted Whiskey* in San Francisco, and lliev will hereafter be for sale by Healers in fine Lienors throughout California. JACOB VAN lIORX, dll-Gins New York. Chas. E.. Bowen & Bro., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IX FANCY &. STAPLE GROCERIES k PROVISIONS Household Utensils, &c. IIrXTKK STHKKT, OPPOSITE THE Cul'KT Hlll .SK, STOCKTON. THE attention of purchaser* and consumers of Groceries a ml'Pi ovisions is respectfully culled to our large and superior STOCK OF GOODS. And our complete arrangements for transacting a Wholesale any Retail business. Having a resident partner in San Francisco, and obtaining our Goods at less than the market rates, j we are thereby enabled to offer inducements to pur chasers not to be equaled by any other house. We j Vaven...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 29 January 1861

pjorm'tos gtobertteementg. THE UNION" Not CDtssolucb! J. ELIAS & CO., /&-V-S HAVE RETURNED TO HOR |('j; ihe LARUKST anil BEST r EL,KCTED STOCK OF ; ?! I' Staple and Fancy MY GOODS AM CLOTHING, Ever ollered in this County. Comprising in part the | following: Black & Fancy Silks; French & English Merinos All Wool aud Cotton Plaids Damasks, Flannels, Calicoes, &c. A full assortment of CARPETINGS. GENTLEMEN'S GOODS, Of the finest and best quality, consisting of Clothing, Boots Shoes, Hats, Capc,&c Al<o » full ftveortment of Kiel, Silk and Buck-Skin Gloves* All of which, together with every other ar'icle j usually found iu a I>rv Goods and Clothing Store, we otl'er for sale at prices which cannot fail to suit pupehasers. declB. V. IItTSSKY, j. a. MALI.ON. ; HUSSEY & CO., HOEUITOS, DEALERS. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL IN* PROVISIONS, GROCERIES, Foreign & Domestic Wines &a...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 29 January 1861

Sato=fHtllo. LOYEJOY & ICG'S STEAM SAW MILL, (Formerly Hnsiey'a Mill.) THIS MILT. IS LOCATED IN THE BEST TIMBERED COUNTRY between the Merced and San Joaquin Rivers. Lumber of all Dimensions Sawed to order out of the best 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 particularly requested to examine the facilities for furnishing it. THE ROAD TO THE MILL. A Road lias been built from Mariposa, by the way of Mormon Bar. to this Mill, over which a load may he drawn as large as can be taken from Mariposa to any point below. The Proprietors of this Mill are prepared to furnish EVERY DESCRIPTION OF LUMBER AT THE SHORTEST NOTICE and at REASONABLE PRICES. RaTES OK TOLL on Lovejnv. Shriver & Co.'s Road, leading from Mormon Bar to the Cbowchillas—as established by the Board of Supervisors, August 9th, 1860. 2 horse, mule or ox team, loaded, 50c. empty 25. 4 •• •• •• '• '• $1.00...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 29 January 1861

cili-TMlc-HiFMOTT — CUBIS " Kl ™ MA£'BE®i®TT <& C 6., Fire-Proof Building, Main Street, Mariposa. HAVE NOW ON HAND AND OFFER FOR SAI.E, THE Largest, best Selected and most complete assortment Of General Merchandise ever before in this market. We take this method of announcing to the Public that we have facilities possessed by no other House in the Southern Mines. "WE ETTTT AND SELL FOE. CASH. The many advantages to be derived from business conducted on Cash Principles, need not be repeated. Purchasers of Goods will find it to their advantage to call and see our HEAVY FALL STOCK Rehire making their purchases elsewhere. We can confidently assert, without fear of contradiction that we can and will sell Goods 1-2 per ccnt. cheaper THAN ANY OTUIiK HOI'SE iu this section of country: OUR STOCK CON SITS IN PART OF GROCERIES, FINE AND HEAVY CLOTHING, PROVISIONS, BOOTS AND SHOES, MINING TOOLS, DUCKS, DRILLS, lIAIID W ARE, BL AN K ETS, CUTLERY, CASSIMERES, QUE ENS W ARE,...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 29 January 1861

fHetiual. f/; S* S^\% ify mi ' C: ; * *' 3 * b'C' :-' ' L y'MEW?ORK^ Tim VIJIIV BEST IEEHKIIV FOR PURIFYING THE BLOOD, Ami for tlx- Cure of sciwrcu, srnmoßN cixkbs, fhVI.K SOUKS, LIVBB COMPLAINT, SALT KIIKI'M, iIKIiCL'ICIAL ItHEAAES, ISHKCMATISM, (TTA.VKOCS ERUPTIONS, I'l Ml'LI.3, li.'LkS, GENERAL DEBILITY, &C. AND AS A GENERAL TOXIC FOR THE SYSTEM, IT IS IXIIIVALLED. It lias limpr been a most important desideratum in flio !>r:'.cti' - r of medicine, to obtain a remedy simitar it this and accordingly we find it resorted to almost universally in cases of Scrofula, Liver Diseases, Salt Kht'iim, General Prostration of the Vital Powers, and a'i tormenting diseases of the skin so trying to itie patience and injurious to the health. Although | M i-ses>ed of powerful healing properties, It is entirely harmless, and will not injure the inost DELICATE CONSTITUTION. When in perfect health, no effect is produced by Its use. exempt an increase of appetite; but ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 29 January 1861

Bro ©otrti Stores. FOREIGN & DOMESTIC DRY GOODS ..AND.. CLOTHING EMPORIUM ! Brick Store, Main street, f lEBMAN & CO., Mariposa, having .Li greatly enlarged their Store, are now prepared to offer to the Trade, at the VERY LOWEST MARKET PRICES, the Largest and Beat Selected Stock ..OF.. Staple aud Fancy Dry Goods and Clothing, Ever imported into thia region, comprising in part the following: Black &. Fancy Silks; French and English Merino*; All Wool St, Cotton Plaids; Flannels, Calicoes & Damasks. AI.SO, a IJirge Stock of INDIES CAIJ SKIN and PRUNELLE GAITERS, SHOES and SUPPERS, and a Fine selection of MIS K and CHILDRENS' SHOES, both heavy and light. They also call the attention of Families to their Stock of c -A. IR 3? E T I IST O unrivalled in the Southern mines. GENTLEMEN'S GOODS from tlie finest material, and custom-made of thff latest styles, down to the every day wearing apparel necessary fur our mining population. Consisting in p...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 5 February 1861

fe >o" : • **''•'"•" . ' •-.»» •:-, ••; ??- ••>: ••. 'Qti Sua ; » VOL. 6. MARIPOSA, GAL., TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 5, 1801. NO 31.

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The Fourth of July at Auction. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 5 February 1861

The Fourth of July at Auction. BY W. J. I'LAGG. The Legislature of South Carolina has passed a law declaring that the Fourth of July shall no Ton ger be observed as a holiday.—[Dispatch from Char leston. Here's the Fourth of July, going, going ! For the Fourth of July what is bid? With its cluster ot memories showing All about what your grandfathers did. And its musty old record declaring Certain rights, in a long rigmarole Too num'rous to mention, and bearing Certain signatures set to the thole. Into separate lots we can't part it. But we'll sell it for what it wiil bring ; So give us a bid—just to start it— For the old invisible thing. In the days that are —who'd have thought it V Its possessors esteemed it so dear. Not the told of a world could Lave bought it— What is bid? Fifty cents do I hear V r ifty cents ! Going, going ! See round it Tiiere is wound an old three colured rag. I'llolfer it just as I found it— What is bid for the Fourth and its flag ? Going, going ! I bog you c...

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Soliloquy of a Loafer. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 5 February 1861

Soliloquy of a Loafer. Let's see, where am I ? Yes, I mind now! Was ct>ming up street, met a wheelbarrow —was drunk, coming t'other way ; the wheelbarrow, or one of U3 fell into the cellar—don't know which now—guess it must have been me. I'm a nice man—yes, lam tight! tore! drank! '.Veil, I can't help it—tain't uiy fault—wonder whose fault 'tis? Is it Jones' fault? No. Is it my wife's fault? Well it ain't. Is it the wheelbarrow's fault? No. It's whisky's fault.— Who is whisky? Has he a Urge family? All poor I reckon. I thick I won't own him any more. 11l cut his acquaintance—l've had the notion for about ten years, and I always hate to do it for fear of hurtin): his feelings. I'll do it now—l think liquor s injurin' me, it's spoilin' my temper. Sometimes I get mad when I m drunk, and abuse Bets and brats—it used to be Liz zie and the children —that's some time ago. I'd come home evenings, *he used to put her arms around ray neck and kiss me and call me her William. When I...

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Brilliants. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 5 February 1861

Brilliants. riROE. So r tly! she is lying with her lips apart. Softly! she is dying of a broken heart. Whisper! she lias pone to her final rest. Whisper! life is growing dim within her breast. Gently! she is sleeping; she has breathed her last; Gently, while you're weeping she to heaven has past. THE SEKD MI'ST DIE. The seed must din before 4 ,be corn appears, Out ot the ground in blades aud fruitful ears; I.ow mu*t th wc ears* by «ick!« edjf* be 'ain. Ere thou can st treasure up the golden grain. The grain is crushed before the bread is made, Ami the bread broke ere life to man conveyed. 0! be content to die, to be laid low. And to be crushed, and to be broken so, If thou upon God's table may b*' bread. Life giving food to soul an hungered.—Trench. EARTH AND HEAVEN. Flower that bloom to wither fast; Light, whose beams are soon o'ercast; Friends warm, but not to last:— Such by earth are given. Seek the flowers that ne'er shall fade; Find the light no cloud can shade; Win the friend ...

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c£ Nov/ I lay me down to Sleep." [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 5 February 1861

c£ Nov/ I lay me down to Sleep." "Now I lay me down to sleep, 1 pray the Lord my soul to keep, If I should die before I wake. I pray the Lord my soul to take.'' Who are you, man or woman, for whom this pray- ' er has not told, sweet associat ions , who hearing its i words, hear not, too the '• memory bell," ringing j up from the golden plains of your childhood, and - feel not the soft gales from the morning land of your life sweeping over your soul ? You may be a man now in pride and strength of your years ; you may have carved out for yourself an i honorable name and destiny in the world—mayhap ! you are the o vner of broad lands, and proud homes, • and your heart has grown hard in its battle with the J world. But stop a moment, and listen to this little verse, so i simple that the merest babe who learns to lisp the j words can comprehend them, and so grand in its ; sublime significance and faith, that the wisest shall only have learned the true lessons of life when the soul utters...

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A NAME OK A TREE. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 5 February 1861

A NAME OK A TREE. I carved my name on the beech tree bole ; Fool was I ! Lithe of limb and merry of soul. That saw no cloud on my life's bright sky; Five-aod-twenty years ago, When my heart was pure as the drifted snow, Aud I gave it away, In the light of day, To a fair young maid—ah, woe is me ! — I'nder the leaves of this beecheu tree. And the Ave an 1 twenty years have passed ; Sad am I ! Love was fated not to last, And the dark clouds gathered upon the sky And I am old ; my locks are thin ; My life hath nothing mote to win ; But the foolish naue Stands here the same, While all is changed, life, hope and truth. Ob, mocking tree ! oh, wasted youth ! A MADRIGAL. Ix)ve in my bosom, like a bee, Doth such his sweet ; Now with his wings he plays with me, Now with his fett. Within mire eyes he made his nest, His bed amidst my tender breast, My kisses are his daily feast, And yet he robs me o» my rest. Ah, cruel darling love ! —Thomas Lodye. Ciiukgii-yard Gleanings.—ln a very obscure chu...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 5 February 1861

AMERICAN EXCHANGE | IiUI&SASK) 8j BASEMENT AMERICAN EXCHANGE, Saxsome St., San Francisco. The choicest of LIQUORS, WINES, and CIGARS, ' to be had at the Bar. A Fine BILLIARD TABLE is at the service of those j fond of the Game. my 22. L. W. NF.WMAV, Proprietor. : GLOBE zFOTJisrrjiersr, I ....AND.... MACHINE SHOP, COMMERCE STREET, NEAR THE STEAMBOAT LiKDIXG, STOCKTON. THE UNDERSIGNED, Proprietors of the above Establishment, are now prepared to r.ianulacture to ordtfr, Steam Engines, Quartz Mill Irons, Saw & Grist Mill do. | HOUSE FRONTS, &C., ! Particular attention given to the repairing of Agricultural Implements. Oar Wheels, Derrick Irons. Forge Backs, Sc., | constantly on hand. aofPrices low, and termi» Cash. ** ' KEEP 4: BRIGGS. Stockton, April 20,1858 ap2l

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