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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 24 September 1861

fflartposa fttobertigement. SULLIVAN & CO., GRANITE STORE, 31 ain Street, mariposa. Importers anil Dealers in PROVISIONS, GROCERIES, FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC WINES AND LIQUORS, I HAVANA SEGARS, Dry Goods Clothing, Boots, HARD WARE, IS/E I IST 11ST G- TOOX.S, Anil 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 i n the Southern Mines. n Branch House l:i Son Francisco, through which we receive our goods I direct from the New York and Boston Markets, Wt are enabled to supply the publicat prices which will defy competition. Purchasers are invited to call and examine our Stock and Prices. (j-AU Orders promptly attended to and particular attention paid to the SAFE AND SPEEDY DELIVERY OF GOODS in this and neighboring Towns. WE HAVE ALSO A BRANCH HOUSE AT COULTERSVILLE, ?laxu r cll's Creek, Where our business is conducted on the same general principles. s3O-ml7 SULLIVAN &...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 7 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 24 September 1861

Dro ©ootj Stores. FRESH ARRIVALS ..AT THE.. DRY GOODS STORE o:e* s. krafft, Main Sheet, Mariposa, opposite HcDermolt 11 Co.'* Fire l'ro"f Building. THE undersigned having just returned from the Bay City, wi'ha LARGE AND MOST FASHIONABLE STOOK OF SPRING & SUMMER GOODS, would inform the Ladies' and Gentlemen of KB I Mariposa and vicinity, that in prices anil F style, he is resolved not to be surpa«sed by one. The Stock consists in part of Ladies' Dry Goods OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. PRESS SILKS OF all qualities and colors; BAREGES, LINEN LAWNS, LAWNS and MARSEILLES; Ladies 1 and Children**' 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 is respectfully solicited. Prices to Suit the Times. asi&a...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 1 October 1861

Mariposa Gazette. NO 13. MARIPOSA, CAL., TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 1, 1861. VOL. 7.

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Hallowed Ground. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 1 October 1861

Hallowed Ground. BY THOMAS CAMI'HKLL. What hallows ground where heroes sleep? 'Tis not th# sculptured piles you heap ! In dews that heavens far distant weep Their turf may bloom ; Or genii twiue beneath the deep Their coral tomb: Cut strew his ashes to the wind Whose sword or voice has served mankind— And is he dead, whose glorious uiiud Lifts thine on high ? To live in hearts we leave behind, Is not to die. Is't death to fall, for Freedom's right? lie's dead aloue that lacks her ii^ht! Anduiurder sullies in Heaven's sight The sword he draws. What can alone enoble fight? A noble cause ! Give that, and welcome War to brace Her drums, and rend Heaven's recking space ! The colors planted face to face, The charging cheer, Though Death's pale horse lead on the chase, shall still be dear.

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A Capital Story. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 1 October 1861

A Capital Story. Some years 6ince an eccentric old genius, whom wo , will call Barnes, was employed by a farmer living in a town some six or seven miles westerly from the ; Penobscot river, to dig a well, The soil and substra ; turn being mostly sand, old Barnes, after having pro- ! gressed downward about forty feet, found one morning, upon going out to his work, that the well bad , essentially caved in, and was full nearly to the top — . So, having the desire which men have, of knowing what will be said of them after they were dead, and J no one being yet astir, he concealed himself in a rank growth of burdocks by the side of a board fence. { near the mouth of the well, having first left his frock j and hat upon the windlass over the well. At length, j breakfast being ready, a boy was dispatched to call ' him to his meal, when lo I and behold ! it was seen I ; that Barnes was buried in the grave unconsciously ( dug by his own hands. The alarm being given, and , the femily assembled...

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Energy of General Fremont. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 1 October 1861

Energy of General Fremont. The St. Louis correspondent of the Bee writes as follows: "In certain quarters there seems to be an apprehension expressed or implied, that Gen. Fremont is not equal to the responsibilities of his position as Commander of the Western Department. But so far as can be judged after a month's experience, these apprehensions are unfounded. On the 27th of July, after arriving in this city, he found everything in a state of confusion. Gen. McClellan, who was in charge of the Department, was more particularly engaged with the rebels in Western Virginia, and the business was being conducted here upon general instructions by subordinates, and things got thoroughly mixed for want of a direct managing head. He at once set to work to bring order out of chaos, and how well he has succeeded, notwithstanding the hampering of the Year office, is abundantly attested by the present efficient state of the military forces under his command. If any fault can be found it is in t...

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"He Came too Late." [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 1 October 1861

"He Came too Late." He came too late—the toast had dried B-fore the fire too long; The cakes were turned upon their side, And everything went wrong. J She scorned to wait all night for one Who lingered on his way, And so she took her tea alone, And cleared the things away. He came too late. He saw. at once, That supper time was o'er ; JndilTerence in her calm smile dwelt ; She closed the pantry door. The table cloth had passed away, No dishes could he see ; She met him and her words were gay, « But she never spoke of tea. He came too late—the fragrant steam Of tea had long since down ; The flies had fallen in the cream, ( The bread was hard as stone. '<■ And when with word and look he tried 1 His hungry state to prove; She nerved her heart with woman's pride, And never deigned to move. ....Old Girard had a favorits clerk, and he alwa\'s said 44 he intended to do well by Ben Lippincott.'*— So when Ben got to be twenty-one, he expected to hear the Governor say something of ...

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

Professional Carts. JOHN M. COBCORAM, , Attorney and Counsellor-at-Law, OFFICK —East side of Main Street, between Sixth ami Seventh, MAISDP © S A □ Notary Pul»:ic for Maiipoga CGnniy - • [janVily KC. Itac. HOLTON, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, M © B lf3 II f © S □ In connection with the duties of his office, will execute all lejral [tocuuifnts. Bonds, Mortgases, Conveyances, Epistolary Correspondence, kc. 011 sliort no- ' tice. <le c 4 - JOHN G. McCULLOUGH, Sttomeo anlj Counsellor 3t Eafo, Court House Buliclltig, I MARIPOSA. feb'2B R. B. THOMAS, COUNTY SURVEYOR, Office on Bullion Street, opposite Concert Hall. Will attend at all times to any description of Surveying, Civil Engineering. «tc. feb2B. S. A. MERKITT, ALEX. PEERING '• 1 MERRITT&DEERING Attorneys at Law, MARIPOSA, CAB. Offick on- Sixth, between Main ant> Buiuon Sts. , Will attend to all Civil business entrusted to them throughout the 13th District. #g-Mr. Mkrritt will attend to Criminal business a...

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

aotj Saloons. The Alhambra! Main Street, Mariposa. J. W. Torney Proprietor. Mariposa, Feb. 28, 1861. WEBER HOUSE, STOCKTON THE Proprietor of the above House, begs leave to inform the public that he will keep it, in all respects, as a First Class House. The House has been thoroughly renovated and- refurnished with new SI'KING and HAIR MATTRESSES. Tlie Rooms and. Becls are always clean and comfortable The Bar is furnished with the best WINES, I.KJL'ORS and CIGARS Trices are in accordance with the times. aplO. S. P. GORHAM, Proprietor. Arcade Billiard Saloon MAIN* STREET. MARIPOSA. NEXT DOOR TO THE POST OFFICE. BaCHMAN & ARBERRY Proprietors. THE undersigned would respectfully call the at tention of tiie public to their 3ST E~W SAL OON, 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. OJ.THE BAR. is furnished with a good sup ...

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

Coultcinlle gtobettstcmeng. <£l)c (Sxcljangc, POWERS & PARREL : : Proprietors , Saloon on iSoutij Sfoe of fHatn St., COULTERVILLE, Wines and Liquors, of the best quality. FANCY AND ICED DRINKS. H VVANA CIGARS OF THE.CHOICEST BRANDS. jb-24tf. CIT Y HOT E L, COULTERVILLE. GEORGE COUNTS Proprietor, M WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM THE citizens of Coulterville and the public generally, that he can befound at THE OLID STAND, of which heis now the sole proprietor, an<l is prepared to accommodate all who maj favor him with a call, in as good style as any house in the County, and at as reasonable rates. Coulterville, February 10, 1858. f17n25 Metropolitan 1 Saloon ! COULTERVILLE, UNDER TOWN HALL, First Building above Coulters' Hotel. Geo. W, Cornell PROPRIETOR. BEST of LIQUORS 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. C...

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

33tg ©afe JFlat antj 33cat Falleg. \FTemTT ¥~HOTE I, BIG OAK FLAT. C. LABETCI'RE, Proprietor. THIS House is in all respects in the most perfect order, and quests will find here every accommodation of a FIRST CLASS HOTEL. MEAI.S furnished at all hours of the day, and 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 "SONORA 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 Biding Animals. The Proprietor would further inform the'public that he is running a a Dai y Line of Singes, from Big Oak Flat to Coulterville. Also a connecting line to Sonora, whereby travelers may go forward without delay. l'assage through from Coulterville to Sonora, and vice rerta, $4. The attention of the community to the above is re...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 1 October 1861

... .Ex-President Van Buren says it is tlio duty of all to rise above party till the rebellion id put down. Tbe story or the arrest of Mri. Gwin turns out to be false. ....Rubt. S. A valine. murdered by Apaches in Ari xoua, while bravely defending government property, wa» the brother of D. O. Araline, editor, of the Folso:u Telegraph ... .The Silcer Jgt. p.ib'ished at Carson City, represents that theje is a tearful malady afflicting the people of Virginia City. Fourteen deaths occurred there week before last. It is thought that poison in the water is the cause. A recruiting officer made bis appearance here on Saturday evening last, his object being to raise recruits for Capt. Connor's Infantry Regiment. i " Bnuld sojer boys " are not numerous just at present. ....MrsMyra Clark Gaines, herself a Southron, but nevertheless a true Union woman, reports the Southern Confederacy a failure, " considered so by the people of New Orleans themselves. By reference to Advertisement it will be se...

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ARRIVAL OF THE POXY! [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 1 October 1861

ARRIVAL OF THE POXY! St. Joaeph, September IT. Leavens worth, Sept. 17th.—Ijtst accounts from the Southern border represent* Gen. Rains marching northward, and Lane's command following him. ....It is difficult obtaining information of the movement of troops, owing to the necessity of keeping it secret. ....About 1,000 rebels were at Platte City, eight miles east of here, yesterday, supposed to be on the march to join Rsins or Price—crossing the river at or near Liberty. A portion of them have been engaged in the recent bridge burnings on the western division of the Hannibal and St. Joseph Railroad. A column of Federals, from points on the Hannibal and St. Joseph Railroad, were in pursuit of them. The militia of the counties of Kansas border on the river have been in arms for the last two weeks, repelling invasion. The Second regiment of Kansas volunteers which arrived at this place September 15th from Rolla, have been continually on the move for nearly three months. They had an enth...

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LATER [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 1 October 1861

LATER Via Sweetwater, Srpt. 22nd. .. Advices from Richmond to the 15tb September state, that it is generally conceded that Slidell goes to France soon. .. ..The same dispatch says that Geo. Floyd bad an engagement with the enemy [the Federals, of course] on the 10th, and routed tbem, killing 600 and wounding 1000. The following is an account of the battle : Clarksbcrg, (Va .) September 12tb.—A battle took place about 8 o'clock Tuesday afternoon, near Summerville. Gen. Rosencranz, after making a reconnoisaoce, fouod Floyd's army 5,000 strong, with 16 field pieces, intrenched in a powerful position on the top of a mountain at Cannack's Ferry, on the went *ide of Gauley river. The rear and extreme of both flank* were inaccessible, and the front waa masked by heavy foreita and close jungle. Col. Lyttle'* 10th Ohio Regiment of Benham'i brigade wan on the advance, and drove a strong detachment of the enemy out of the camp thin aide of the position, the sight of which was unknown. Shortly ...

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BIRTH. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 1 October 1861

BIRTH. At Princeton. Thursday, Sept. 2('th, the Wife of J. F. Myers, of a SOX. In Hornitos, Sunday, September 22d, the Wife of ■ G. S. Nejus of a SOX.

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3DIE3D : [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 1 October 1861

3DIE3D : I In Bear Valley, September 28th, of Consumption, JEANNIE I. ADAMS, Daughter of Mrs Nancy Ad- ! am*, aged 28 years. [Deceased was a native of j South Hero. Vermont ]

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[W KITTEN FOR THK MARIPOSA GAZRTTR] the dying volunteer. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 1 October 1861

[W KITTEN FOR THK MARIPOSA GAZRTTR] the dying volunteer. BY J RAX L. BRCCR. " I have loved thee, oh ! my country, I have given thee my son— v I have given thee the " Widow's Hope "—my boy, When ™Sumpter's heroes " fought thro' fire, 'Iwa* then my spirit rose, I bade him take his rifle, and go meet our rebel f«». J gave the parting kis* with pride, with no tremor and no fear. And I gloried as I saw him march-my brave young Volunteer." •• I follow'd on the Regiment, I could not I waited then in anxious dread, the aoldier * • wound* to bind, And 'mid the first that met my gaze, was he—my He cried"as pointing to his wound, with valiant ' Mother. I firmly" kept the ranks, till the »un went spinning round, . ' And my life blood like a storm of rain, waa wet ting all the ground. •Oh ! mother, I have bravely fought, tho' none may know ray name, 1 But I have war'd tor Freedom—l did not fight for Fame. 1 The hot ball* flew around me, with an angry serpent hiss, , , ~ * Yet had I but a thousan...

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

sj®oaaa« : Mr. I*- !*• Flshfr is our only authorized , Ag*nt in San Francisco to receive Advertisements, receipt for tlie same, and to transact business generally Tor the MariTosi Saikttf. Office, No. 171 •£, I Washington street, nearly opposite McGuire's Opera House. Jtfftr-on M. Shannon is authorized to obtain Subscriptions, Collect Accounts and do busi oess for the Makiimsa Oazftt.-: in Fresno County. 1 FOR'sale. THE HARIPOSA GAZETTE. THE OFFICE cootains two of Hoe's Washington Presse*—one nearly new and both in good or der. Also type and material for the establishment r»f another office superior to those of most interior Journals, which could, without inconvenience to the ! '•A7KTTF. be taken out. Subscription list probably 1 larger than that of any other mountain paper in the State With the property mentioned. &c , will he *old the Building and the Lot, with a Fremont title, 250x75 feet, if desired, or the same will be rented. Trims—parUCASH. the balance with securi...

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