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Page 4 Advertisements Column 7 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 8 October 1861
Brg ©oo* Stored. FRESH ARRIVALS ..AT THE.. DRY GOODS STORE 03T S. XKAETT, Main Street, Mariposa, opposite McDermolt &lt;t Co.'r Fire Yronf Building. rßinE undersigned having just returned from th» ■ Bay City. with a LARGE AND MOST FASHIONABLE STOOK OF SPRING &amp; SUMMER GOODS, would inform the Ladies' and Gentlemen of CH] Mariposa and vicinity, that in prices and Flv style, he is resolved not to be surpassed bjr one. The Stock consists in part of Ladies' Dry Goods OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. DRESS SII.KS OF all qualities and colors; BAREGES, LINEN LAWNS, LAWNS and MARSEILLES; Ladies' 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, &amp;c., 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 S...
Waves. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 15 October 1861
Waves. Like waves th it dash the lone sea shore, So drives my life along— A happy day, a dance, a laugh, A smile, a kis*, a song. Are not the wild waves merry too— Do they not roll and run. Breaking in show'rs of jewel'd truth, Their crests in stately fun ? Are not the waves so strong, so wild. Like life in youth's noonday— Changing in form from morn till night, Restless as babes at play. E'en wh r n a calm comes o'er the deep, Smoothing the roughened brine, Does it not paint a rich idea Of passion's sure decline? Oh. yes ! we all are like the waves ; We love, we laugh, we sigh ;— •Like changing waves we run our course, We live, we pray, we die 1 What are you going to do, you bad woman's boy ?" said Mrs. Partington, as Ike passed through the kitchen into the garden. " Down with the Seceshers !" he shouted, and she looked out just in season to see the top of a weigelia bush fall before the artillery sword of Paul that the youi gster held in his hand. 44 You had better go to Molasses ...
A Democratic Speech. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 15 October 1861
A Democratic Speech. The following ii the patriotic and truly Democrat ic speech made on the 4th Sept. by Mr. Kernan, temporary Chairman of the New York Democratic State Convention as Syracuse. His sentiments will be echoed by every loyal heart : 4t Gentlemen of the Convention : I tender you my thanks for the compliment you have conferred upon me in selecting me to preside over your action and deliberations. I could have wished, indeed, that I could have congratulated you on this occasion 011 the present condition or even future prospects of our beloved country. But it is a saddening truth that our country, its Government, its people, and the institutions under which we have so long prosperously lived, are threatened by dangers such as never before surrounded them—not even in the days when our fathers rose up against oppression aud vindicated their rights to independence. Oh, we couM, if we were a nited peo. le, rise up and meet the whole world in arms in a righteous cause. 44 But b...
Grandmother's Grave. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 15 October 1861
Grandmother's Grave. We laid her 'neath the churchyard sod, In the wildest of winter weather; We laid her 'm ath the crusted snow, iler and the snow together. And the white, bleak hills that stood afar, How sad they looked that day; And the very sun seemed loth to sLine— deemed loth to send one ray. Oh ! ye hills that stand afar, I bid ye guard that mouud And keep jour crests forever turned Toward the churchyard ground. And thou, oh ! leafless branch above, Stretch o'er thy arm. Ami warn the stranger coming near To do the grave no harm.
Speech of Thomas Francis Meagher. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 15 October 1861
Speech of Thomas Francis Meagher. Recently the citizen? of New York gave a collation to Col. Corcoran's 09th Regiment of New York Vol unteers, at which time and place Mr. Thomas Fran cis Meagher, the Irish patriot, a Captain in said Regiment, spoke, among other sentiments, the following : 44 The masked conspirators of the North are infinitely more criminal and mischievous than the bold and armed recusants of the South—[renewed shouts of 44 hear, hear,"] —and Democrat as I am—[enthusiastic cheers] —spurning the Republicanism of the Chicago Convention as a spurious creed—having no sympathies whatever with the men in power, other than those which should subsist between the citizen and his Government—["hear, hear, hear,"] —I would promptly and cordially approve of the severest measures the President might adopt to paralyze the treachery which in this and other cities, under various lib- j eral and beueficient pretences, has been, and is still i at work to undermine and overthrow the leg...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 15 October 1861
professional Cartis. JOHZV M. CORCORAN, Attorney and Counsellor-at-Law, Office—Fast side of Main Street, between Sixth and Seventh, E3 A 13 a P © 9 &amp; a Notary Public for Mariposa Cr-nniy* [j:ins2-ly EC. M:. HOLTOINT, JUSTICE Of TSIE PEACE, M © B li N J 1J IF © 3 b ! In connection with the duties of his office, will execute all leiral Documents. Bonds. Mortgage*, Conveyances, Epistolary Correspondence, &amp;c. on short notice. &lt;lec4. JOHN G. McCULLOUGH, Slttornro anti Counsellor Sit ILafo, —1» Court House Building, MARIPOSA. feb-28 S. A. MKKRITT, AI.KX. PEEKING MERRITT&amp;DEERING Attorneys at Law, MARIPOSA, CAL. Offipk ox Sixth, between Main anti Bru.iox Sts. Will attend to all Civil business entrusted to tliem throughout the 13th District. ®ijr~?&gt;lr. Mekkjtt will attend to Criminal business as heretofore. ALEX. DEERlNG—District Attorney and Notary Pel nr. novB. RSi RICHARD U'CAFFREV, " OS° HOUSE," BEAR VALLEY. d'J4. DDI. JAS. L. CLA...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 15 October 1861
flfotcld not) Saloons. The Alhambra! Main Street, Mariposa. J. W. Torney - - - - Proprietor. Mariposa, Feb. £8, 1861. WEBER HOUSE, STOCKTON". THE Iroprietor of-the above House, begs leave to inform tlie public that he will keep it, in all respects, as a First Class [ House. The House lias been thorough!v renovated and refurnished with new fcI'KIXG aud IIAIR MATTRESSES. The Rooms and. Beds are always clean and comfortable The Bar is furnished with the best WINES, LIQUORS and CIGARS Prices are in accordance with the times. ap!6. S. P. GORHAM, Proprietor. Arcade Billiard -Saloon MAIN* STREET. MARIPOSA. NEXT DOOR TO THE POST OFFICE. BACHMAN &amp; ARBERRY Pkopriktors. THE undersigned would respectfully call the at tentionof the public to their ISTE'W S -A. m. O O IST, 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. BAR is furnish...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 15 October 1861
Coultcbtlle "stobcttstcmens. Sljc &lt;£*ci)angc, POWERS &amp; FARREL % . : PuorRiETORS Saloon on Soutfj Sit&gt;e of fftatn St., COULTERVILLE, Wines and Liquors, of the best quality. FANCY AND ICED DRINKS. H WAN A CIGARS OF THE CHOICEST BRANDS. CITY HOT EL, COULTERVILLE. GEORGE COUNTS Proprietor, M WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM THE citizens of Coulterville and the public generally, that he can befound at THE OLD STAND, of winch he is now the sole proprietor, and is prepared to accommodate all who mat favorhim»ith a call, iu as good style as any house in the County, and at as reasonable rates. Coulterville, February 10, 1858. f17n25 Metropolitan! 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. COULTERVILLE BI...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 15 October 1861
Ijitj ©ak JFlat ant J3tat Uatlrg. yosemitT hotel, BIG OAK FLAT, c. L.ABETOI'HE, Proprietor. THIS House is in all respects in the most perfect order. and quests will find here every accommodation of a FIRST CLASS HOTEL. MEALS 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 animal* will be kept by the DAY, WEEK and MONIH, 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'publio that he is running a a Dal y Line of Stage*, 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 above is respec...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 15 October 1861
.. .Mr. T. C. Osborn, formerly associated with the Stockton Argus, is now acting as local editor and re porter for the Stockton Independent. Government has ordered Gen. SI'MXER to repair to the East as soon as possible. The San Francisco Mirror, which was sus pended for a few days for repairs, has resumed. We suppose the proprietors will make it stick this time. Mr. Richard Condy, formerly of this place. as we learn from the Stockton Republican, has con nected himself with Col. Conner's regiment, in which be will endeavor to form a band. We were shown a few days ago, by Mr. J B. Condon, of Wells, Fargo &amp; Co.'s Express, the new United States stamped envelope. From and after this date, 15th October, the old fashioned ones wil' not pass current through the mails. ....The Overland Mail which arrived in San Francisco yesterday a week ago, brought thirty lock let. ter bags and ten newspaper ones; making the trip in sixteen days and nineteen hours from St. Joseph.— The fastest ...
Court of Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 15 October 1861
Court of Sessions. J. M. Bondurant, presiding. Chas. Bruce and H. H. Holton, Associates. Octoer Term of this Court commenced last Monday Week. Some 74 indictments were found by the Grand Jury; 64 of which were for violations of the Sunday law. 5 for vending without license; 1 for malicious injury to the property of another; 1 for assault with a deadly weapon: 1 for malicious niischief. The following cases were disposed of: The People vs. L., Wallace.—Assault with a deadly weapon. Fined $50. The People vs. F. Evans—Defendant discharged. The People vs. Evans and Johnson—Defendants discharged. The Report of the Grand Jury on the condition of the Jail and Hospital, will be found elsewhere in today's paper. A Quail stew at Bachman's on Sunday last was the feature of the day. 100 quails, a dozen turkeys, various buck rabits etc., ., in one grand big kettle. As the sun went down the contents of the kettle were poured upon a table spread in the open air; a pleasant gathering of the " free a...
Hornitos Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 15 October 1861
Hornitos Correspondence. Hornitos, October 11th. There in bat little to chronicle In and about this town the present week. Now and then an irrepressible bar-room politician breaks out with the war fe ver, giving his listeners the beneGt of an opinion, which, in nine cases out of ten, isn't more than they pay for it—nothing. Yesterday a recruiting officer arrived—so it is announced in a large sited poster, which goes on to state the inducements held out by our respected Uncle (Sam) to such of his nephews as choose to 'list. No great rush for the army at present. The traveling agent of the Metropolitan Minstrels also arrived yesterday, and stuck up bills to the effect that their show will exhibit on Sunday evening at McClatchy's saloon. The Sunday law is rather binding on the population here, particularly on the/um'a element, a great proportion of which are inclined to the liberal sort of Christianity that goes to prayers in the morning, but makes the bal ance of Sunday a holiday. Som...
Still Later by Pony. HIGHLY IMPORTANT FROM NEW ORLEANS! [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 15 October 1861
Still Later by Pony. HIGHLY IMPORTANT FROM NEW ORLEANS! [A gentleman In Sacramento, who has seen private dispatches from the Fast, per last Pony, not yet published in any of the newspapers cf this State, sends us the following important news from the lower Mis sippi. It gives the sequel to the general dispatch, which states that a large Federal fleet had made its appearance in the Gulf of Mexico. The fleet is likely to be the one that conveyed Sherman's Division of 15,000 men to Southern waters, and which was spo ken of in our yesterday's dispatch as being destined for Charleston. Here is the dispatch :] —StockLonJndependent. Sacramento City, October 9th. Private dispatches received here by the last Pony, state thai Government has possession and command of the Mississippi Sound, and Pass Riqolets with access to Borgne and I'onchartrain, which latter reaches to within five miles of New Orleans. Our vessels of war have control of these waters now and Government can strike at New Orlea...
ARRIVAL OF THE POM! [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 15 October 1861
ARRIVAL OF THE PONY! Ruby Valley, Oct. 8th, } 250 miles East of Fort Churchill } Cairo, Sept. 26.— Capt. Steuart, with 75 cavalry, to-day, encountered 40 secession cavalry at Lucas' Bend, and pursued them to Jeff. Thompson's Camp, at Belmont—four secessionists were killed and five captured. Many others were wounded. The commander escaped. Our troops captured all the guns and pistols they could carry away with them. None of the Federal troops were injured. ....The report that the rebels were crossing the Potomac last night, originated from the gun boat Jeff. Davis landing a mile and a half below Norfolk, to reconnoitre. ....Thompson's force is 2,500. .... Scouts report Pillow at Columbus. Jefferson City, Sept. 26.—A special despatch to the Missouri Democrat, says Gen. Sigel arrived this morning. He has gone forward on the Railroad with his forces. The information received now is that Ben McCulloch formed a junction with Price between Martinsburg and Georgetown. Their forces now numbe...
A CARD. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 15 October 1861
A CARD. Spring Ranch, Oct. 9th, IS6I. Mr. Editor of the Gazette. I noticed in the last number of your paper, to my astonishment, that Jeff. Shannon banters the proprietors of John B.'Jo.xks, with his horse, John C. Breckinridge, for a race on lienuett'o Course. Rides, 115 pounds—distance, 800 yards. The above race was held open to Mr. Shannon's horse for weeks and weeks, with the small differ, ence of 15 pounds in the rides; the proprietors of John B. ottering to ride 130 pounds on each, and run the race about the last of October, 1861. Owing, however, to a recent hurt that John B. Jones received in shoeing, rendering him totally unfit for a race before the latter part of the incoming winter, his proprietors will not run him before about the middle or last of February. 1862. If this will suit the proprietor of John C. Breckinridge, the undersigned will meet Mr- Shannon at any time, on receiving timely notice at the proprietors of the Bennett Course, and close him a race at his own p...
CHALLENGE. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 15 October 1861
CHALLENGE. The undersigned offers to run his horse John C. Bkkckinridge, against John B. Junes, 800 yards, for 91,000 ill CASH, with the understanding that a reasonable length ol time be allowed for preparing. Weights not to exceed 115 pounds. A like challenge if also offered to Hallett and Kan garoo BUI, for 1000 yards, and for the same amount, in Cash. Th. above Challenge, if accepted, to come otf on Bennett's Race Course, Mariposa Creek. Address. J. M. SHANNON. Millerton. Millerton. Oct. 5, 1861.oc8.iit.
[FOR THE MARIPOSA GAZETTE.] Over the Sea. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 15 October 1861
[FOR THE MARIPOSA GAZETTE.] Over the Sea. BY JEAN L. BRICK. Over tha «ea—over the sea, Speedeth our fairy bark, Where the Southern Cross in the skies above, Shines the symbol of heavenly love, 'Mid the space so wierdly dark ; And as that emblem at night we «ee, Still the song or our hearts shall be, A« laugh the waves in maniiC glee, Over the sea—over the sea. Over the sea, like a shooting star, Where glittering billows swell, | Tho' hearts at home bow down to mourn, 1 And gentle spirits weep forlorn, As we sigh farewell —farewell ; i Crying, " My love remember me," Their tones are lost 'mid the water's glee, As we dash away so bold, and free, ! Over the sea—over the sea. What life so gay as a sailor** life? No land-cares track our way, Joy holds to our lips its sweetest draught, As we dance along in our sprightly craft. While sunbeams 'round us play ; Should the tempest carouse all fearfully. We kuow there is one on her bended knee. Whose pray'rs may the aik of our safety be, Over ...
ksfjsdlfjskfsjfkljfskjf [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 15 October 1861
ksfjsdlfjskfsjfkljfskjf Io Ilornitos, Sunday, October 6tli, the Wife of | R. R. Givens, of a DAUGHTER. In Vis ilia, Friday, October 4th, the Wife of Chas. McVeagh, of a SON. At Visalia, on the 13ih ult., the Wife of Joseph H. Thomas, of a SOX.