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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 17 September 1861
A CARD ..FOR THE.. SUMMER AND FALL CLOTHING TRADE ....0F.... SAN FRANCISCO. Badger &amp; Lindenberger, Noo.*ll, an* *15, Battcro St. Corner of Herchaut Street SAN FRANCISCO. Importers and Wholesale Dealers! Entire New and Fresh Stock WOULD CALL THE ATTENTION OF COUNTRY MERCHANTS I To our unusually large Stock of Goods. Our stock : comprises every article in the Clothing and Furnishing Line. I We have constantly on hand the largest stock 1 and greatest variety of CASSIMERE, WOOL and STRAW HATS, of any house in the city, and our pi ices for these Goods are less than those of any other house; as we receive them direct from the manufacturer, on Consignment. 1 Our Stock of Summer ami Full Oootlx, Is particularly attractive, and the great feature to the COUNTRY MERCHANT is the unusually low price—less than the cost of importation. We also keep the STAPLE ARTICLES in the DRY GOODS LINE, which Goods we have purchased in this market under the Hammkk, and are offering them at .Vera Yo...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 17 September 1861
iflariposa atifatrtiaemrnt. SULLIVAN &amp;CO., GRANITE STORE, Main Street, Mariposa. Importers and Dealers in PROVISIONS, GROCERIES, FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC WINES AND LIQUORS, HA VA N A SE GARS, Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots, HARDWARE, MINING TOOLS, And a general Variety of articles suited to the wants of a Mining and Farming community, which we will sell at LOWER RATES FOR CASH, than any other establishment in the Southern Mines. (J-Hnvliij; a Branch House tn San Francisco, through which we receive our goods direct from the New York and Boston Markets, We are enabled to supply the publicat prices which will defy competition. Purchasers are invited to call and examine our Stock and Prices. Orders promptly attended to and particular attentiou paid to the SAFE AND SPEEDY DELIVERY OF GOODS in this and neighboring Towns. WE HAVE ALSO A BRANCH HOUSE AT COULTERSVILLE, maxwell's Creek, Where our business is conducted on the same general principles. «30-ml7 SULLIVAN k CASHMAN, IMPORTERS A...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 7 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 17 September 1861
©rg @008 Stoics. FRESH "ARRIVALS ..AT THE.. DRY GOODS STORE OF S. X&amp;A.FFT, Main Street, Mariposa, opposite McDermoU &amp; Co.'l Fire Yronf Building. THE ondersigned having just returned from the Bay City, with a LARGE AND MOST FASHIONABI.E STOOK OF SPRING &amp; SUMMER GOODS, wonld inform the Ladies' and Gentlemen of ■I] Mariposa and vicinity, that io price* and Fhl atyle, he is resolved not to be surpassed by one. The Stock consists in part of Ladies' Dry Goods OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. DRESS SILKS OF all qualities and colon; BAREGES, LINEN LAWNS, LAWNS and MARSEILLES; Ladies' and Childrem' Flats, Also a large and extensive assortment of GENTS' CLOTHING-, Of the latest and most fashionable styles, comprising a full assortment of COATS, VESTS, PANTS, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS, kc., all of which will be sold at the lowest prices. Thankful for the past patronage the public has bestowed upon me, a continuance of the same ii respectfully solicited. Prices to Suit t...
Washington at Yorktown. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 24 September 1861
Washington at Yorktown. by h. s. b. 'Twas night I On York's beleaguered stream, The placid moonlight's mellow gleam Seemed dancing ; as each brilliant beam Was toss'd upon the wave. A thousand tents shone in the light Where peaceful warriors slept that night, For Washington had won the fight, And calm reposed the brave. Columbia's eaule high was borne Where Freedom's chieftain sat alone ; And tbo' full worthy of a throne, But simple state was his ; What pomp could grace the patriot's fame? What rank adorn his spotless name? He sought his country's love to claim ; No glory else than this. He swept aside the folded tent, And on the gorgeous firmament His eagle gaze he humbly bent, Then reverent bowed the knee; 44 Great God! thou'st heaid thy st-rvant s prayers, Reward his hopes, reprove his fears ; Thou'st blest and sanctified his cares ; He grateful bends to thee." Then to the river bank he strode. But sombre thoughts controlled his mood ; For many a pool of noble blood Enriched the ...
A Noble Youth. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 24 September 1861
A Noble Youth. The follow ing anecdote was related to a gentleman during a ni|tht he spent in a farm house in Virginia, ; gome years ago: "In December, 17—, toward the close of a dreary day, a woman with an infant were discovered half buried in the snow by a little Virginian. ; ■even years old. The promising lad was returning from sch&lt; 01, and hearing the moans of some one in distress, threw down his satchel of hpoks, and repair ed to the spot whence the sound proceeded, with a firmness becoming one of riper years. Raking the snow from the benumbed body of the mother, and using means to awaken her to a sense of her deplo rable condition, the noble youth socceeded in getting her upon her feet ; the infant, nestling en its moth ers'a breast, turned its eyes toward their youthful preserver, and smiled as it'seemed, in gratitude for preservation. With a countenance filled with hope, the gallant youth cheered the sufferer on himself bearing within his tiny arms the infant chil...
"Bosting!" [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 24 September 1861
"Bosting!" Boston is a mighty town. And lias a squirtin' fountain That showers water up and down, All over 44 Tri Mountain.'' The State Hus steps are solid stone, The State Hos is a wonder, 'Tis big enough to stand-alone. And go agiu all tliuuder. The people know a thing or two. They keep the •• Hub " a turnin'; By singing Yankee I foodie doo, And braggiu' on tl.eir learnin*. What they don't know, no one can tell, I swan it is prodigious: On Nahant beach they go to 44 swell," An i souse themselves religious. Their roospapers and magazines. Are full of stunnin' knowledge; Which comes of eating pork and beans, And ruuuiu' into Collage. If all the rest the world should jump, Right slap into the ocean; OM Boston wouldn't stir a stump. From her 44 almighty motiou." I gosh it is a scrumptious spot, And cuts a pompus tigger ; And keeps turnin' like a top, To see itself grow bigger. I shouldn't wonder if it cum, T&lt;»o good for earth to dandle; And went and yanked itself I scum, St...
A REPUDIATING ODE. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 24 September 1861
A REPUDIATING ODE. 'Neath a shady palmetto Southerner sat, A twisting the band of his Panama,hat. And trying to lighten his mind of a load By humming the words of the following ode. 44 Oh ! for a nigger, and oh ! for a whip ; Oh ! for a cocktail, and oh ! for a nip; Oh ! for a shot at old Greeley and Beecher; Oh ! for a crack at a Yankee school teacher; Oh ! for a captain, and oh ! for a ship: Oh ! for a cargo of niggers each trip." And so he kept oh ing for hll he hrtd not. Not coutented with owing for all ho had got. Printer's Dollars- —The Printer's dollars. Where j are they ? A dollar here and a dollar there, scatter- j ed over numerous small towns all over the country m iles and miles apart—bow shall they be gathered together ? We imagine tl.e jrinttr will have to get I up an address to his widely scattered dollars, some- j thing like the following: 44 Dollars, halves, quarters, dimes, and all manner ot fractions into which ye are divided, collect your ' j collect yourselves an...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 24 September 1861
Professional Cards. JOHN M. CORCORAN, Attorney and Counsellor-at-Law, Office—East side of Main Street, between Sixth and Seventh, MARIPOSA. Notary Public for Mariposa County. [jaus2 ly I H. H. HOLTON, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, HORNITOS. In connection with the duties of his office, will exe- j cute all legal Docunvnts. Bonds. Mortgages, Conveyances, Epistolary Correspondence, &amp;c. on short notice. &lt;lec4. E. C. WIIfCHELiL., Sttonug anli Counscllor^at=iLaln,: MILLERTON, FRESNO COUNTY, CAL. Will practice in all the Courts of the Thirteenth Ju | dicial District, including the counties of Stanislaus, Merced, Mariposa, Fresno and Tulare. [aug2B | JOHN G. McCULLOUGH, &amp;ttorncg ant) Counsellor Sit Eato, Court House Buililing, MARIPOSA. feb2B j K. 15. TIIOItIAS, COUNTY SURVEYOR, Office on Bullion Street, opposite Concert Hall. Will attend at all times to any description of Surveying, Civil Engineering, &amp;c. feb2B. S. A. MKRKITT, ALEX. DEEKIXG MERRITT&am...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 24 September 1861
Hotels and Saloons. The Alhambra ! Main Street, Mariposa. J. W. Torney Proprietor. Mariposa, Feb. 28, 1861. WEBER HOUSE, STOCKTON. rpHE Proprietor of tlio above House, belts leave X to ialorm tlie public that he will keep it, in all respects, as a First Class House. The House has b«&gt;*n thoroughly renovated and re furnished with new SPRING and HAIR MATIRE^ES. The Rooms and. Bods are always clean and comfortable The Bar is furnished with the best WINES, LIQUORS and CIGARS Trices are in accordance with the times. a pl6. S. P. GORIIAM, Proprietor. Arcade Billiard Saloon MAIN STREET. MARIPOSA. NEXT DOOR TO THE POST OFFICE. BACHMAN &amp; ARBERRY .... Proprietors. THE undersigned would respectfully call the at tention of the public to their NEW SALOON, Which is tastefully fitted up ;containing Two Slate and Marble Bed BILLIARD TABLES, With New and Improved Cushions, equal to any in the State, which are always at the service of those fond of the Game. THE BAR is furnished...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 24 September 1861
CouUcbillc Stibctistcnuns. ® l)e (Jhcljangc, j POWERS &amp; FARREL : : Proprietors Saloon on Soutlj Si"bE of fHatn St., COULTERVILLE, Wines and Liquors, of the best quality. FANCY AND ICED DRINKS. II IVAN A CIGARS OF TIIE.CIIOICEST BRANDS, j CITY HOTEL, COULTERVILLE. GEOItCiE COUNTS Proprietor, | WfeSi. WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM THE . WTsT citizens of Coulterville a.id the public generIlillLallv. that he can be found at THE OLD STAND, of which lie is now the sole proprietor, and is prepared to accommodate all who may favor him with a call, in as good style as any house in the County, and at as reasonable rates. Coulterville, February 10, 1858. fl"n2s | Metropolitan Saloon ! COULTERVILLE, UNDER TOWN HALL, | First Building above Coulters' Hotel. Geo. W, Cornell PROPRIETOR. BEST of I.IiiUORS and CIGARS to be had at the BAR. Two of the BEST BILLIARD TABLES in the County are at the service of those fond of the game. Friends, and the public generally, are invited to call decl3. CO...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 24 September 1861
33tg ©ak Jlat anti Bear Fallcg. YOSEMIT EHOTE L, BIG OAK FLAT. C. LABETOURE, Proprietor. THIS House is in all respects in the most perfect order, and guests will find here every accommodation of a FIBST CLASS HOTEL. MEALS furnished at all hours of the day, am! every attention paid the traveling public. Connected with the establishment are TWO STABLES; one in the rear of the Hotel and the other near the eastern end of Main street, long known as the "SOKORA STABLE" At either of which animals will be kept by the DAY, WEEK and MONTH, at reasonable rates under the care of experienced ! ostlers. HORSES and BUGGIES furnished to order. | Also the best of Riding Animals. The Proprietor would further inform the'public that he is running a a Dai y Line of Stages, from Big Oak Flat to Coulterville. Also a connecting line to Sonora, whereby travelers may go forward without delay. Passage through from Coulterville to Sonora, and vice versa, $4. The attention of the community to the abova ; is res...
FOR SALETHE MARIPOSA GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 24 September 1861
FOR SALETHE MARIPOSA GAZETTE. THE OFFICE contains two of Hoe's Washington Presses—one nearly new and both in good order. Also type and material for the establishment of another office superior to those of most interior journals, which could, without inconvenience to the Gazette be taken out. Subscription list probably larger than that of any other mountain paper in the State. With the property mentioned, &amp;c., will be sold the Building and the Lot, with a Fremont title, 250x75 feet, if desired, or the same will be rented. Terms—part Cash, the balance with security, re maining for a length of time to accommodate the purchaser. Apply to L. A. HOLMES. Mariposa, September 10, 1861. « » » We are under many obligations to Mr Sam Miller, Tor papers containing late Pony News. ....S. B. Bell, of Alameda, is a candidate for Speakership of the Assembly. A Mexican was lodged in jail last week by Deputy Sheriff Shannon, of Fresno, for murder, committed in Fresno county some time since...
ARRIVAL OF_ THE POM! Rumored Death of Jeff! Davis. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 24 September 1861
ARRIVAL OF_ THE POM! Rumored Death of Jeff! Davis. St. Joe, Septembcr'lO. ....AdispatcbdatedQuincy.lll., Sept Sth, says: A man just arrived from Shelbina, Mo., reported there was a fight at that place on Saturday between Gen. Hurlbut's forces and some 1,200 or 1,500 State troops, under Green. General hurtbut retreated westward. Green has two cannon planted at Salt River, commanding the bridge, and intends raking any train conveying soldiers that attempt to cross it. The track is torn up in several places. Cairo, Sept. sth. As near as can be learned, there are 22,000 rebel troops iu southeast Missouri. The troops at Sikeston are reported to have left tbut place. It is also reported that Pillow is leaving New Mudrid with his entire force, and that the troops at Hickman, Ky., yesterday, were Tennessee rebels. Louisville, Ky., Sept. 4. The city is full of untraceable rumors that the Federaljgunboats which bad been fired upon from Columbus, had responded br shelling and burning the town,...
LATER [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 24 September 1861
LATER A special dispatch to the Cincinnati Commercial, dated Camp Smith, Va., September Bth, says: " Gen Roseacranz left camp yesterday, and swept over the mountains in force. The rebels are report ed strong a few miles ahead. Our pickets were fired at four miles beyond us this morning. The will come off soon." A special dispatch to the Commercial, dated Wash ington, Bth, says, from best judgment lean form, af ter careful inquiry and investigation, I am satisfied that a general conSict between the opposing forces in this vicinity, is not impending at present, all New York sensation reports to the contrary notwith standing. The only possible point of contact appar ent now would result from an attempt to dislodge them from Munson's Hill, but I do not think that is regarded as a military necessity, or will be immedi atelv undertaken. The Charleston Courier of the sth says, the whole coast of St. Augustine is blockaded. It reports that vessels loaded with coffee and fruits run the block...
NOTICE to TAX-PAYERS [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 24 September 1861
NOTICE to TAX-PAYERS Notice is hereby given that . I have received lrora the County Auditor a certified copy of tbe Assessment Roll for the pres ent fiscal year ; and the STATE and COUNTY TAXES thereon Assessed, are now due and payable, and that the laws in regard to Collection of said Taxes will be strictly enforced. J. D. Crippen, Sheriff of Mariposa County and ex Officio Collector of Taxes. Mariposa, September 23d, 1861.
Special Notice. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 24 September 1861
Special Notice. HAVING removed from the Town of Mariposa, notice is hereby given to all parties indebted to me by BOOK ACCOUKT or NOTE,to call upon J. G. McCcllocgh, Esq., at hii office in the Court House, and settle the same at once, or offer a reasonable t'me, or their indebtedness will be placed in process of legal collection. A. F. SHRIVER. Mariposa, Sept. 23d, 18G1.