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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 15 October 1861
fflariposa atiberttsenunt. SULLIVAN &amp; CO., GRANITE STORE, main Street, Mariposa. Importers and Dealers in PROVISIONS, GROCERIES, FOREIGN* AND DOMESTIC WINES AND LIQUORS, HAVANA SEGARS, Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots, HARDWARE, Tvl I UNT I IST Gr TOOIL.S, Ami a general Variety of articles suited to the wants of a Miniug and Farming community, which we will sellat LOWER RATES FOR CA 577, than any other establishment i n tbe Southern Mines. n Branch House In San Francisco,through which we receive ourgoods direct from the New York ami Boston Markets, We are enabled to supply the public at price? which will defy competition. Purchasers are invited to call and examine our Stock and Prices. Orders promptly attended to and particular attention paid to the SAFE AND SPEEDY DELIVERY OF GOODS in this aud neighboring Towns. WE HAVE ALSO A BRANCH HOUSE AT COULTERSVILLE, Maxwell's Creek, Where our business is conducted on the same general principles. s3O-ml7 SULLIVAN &amp; CASHMAN,...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 15 October 1861
Drg (Sacrti Stores. FRESH ARRIVALS ..AT THE.. DRY GOODS STORE OF S. KBAFFT, Main Slreel, Maripotu, opposite McPermott &lt;£ Co.'t Fire Proof Building. undersigned bavin? just returned from the m Bay Citv. with a LAliiiE AND MOST FASHIONABLE STOOK OF SPRING &amp; SUMMER GOODS, jtj 1 would inform the Ladies' and Gentlemen of SBI Mariposa and vicinity, that in prices and V Sal style, he is resolved not to be surpassed by «*»».vny one. The Stock consists in part of Ladies' Dry Goods OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. DRESS SILKS OF all qualities and colors; BAREGES, LINEN LAWNS, LAWNS and MARSEILLES; Ladies' anil Children*' Flats* Al«o 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 hag bestowed upon me. a continuance of the same is respectfully solicit...
The Enchanted Isle. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 22 October 1861
The Enchanted Isle. [Here is one of the most beautiful and musical pieces of imagery, ever conceived by poet.] BY B. F. TAYLOR. A wonderful stream is the river Time, A* it runs through the realm of tear*. With a faultless rythin and a musical rhyme, With a broader sweep and a surge sublime, And blends with the ocean of years. How the winters are drifting, like flakes of snow, And the summers like b ds between, And the years in the sheaf, so they come and they go, On the river's breast, with its ebb and flow, As it glides in the shadow and sheen. There's a musical isle up the river Time, Where the sof test of airs are playing; There's a cloudless sky and % trupical chime, And a song as sweet as a vesper chime. And the tuues with the are staying. And the name of this isle is the Long Ago; And we bury our treasures there; There, are brows of beauty and bosoms of snow; There are heaps of dust, but we love them so ! There are trinkets and tresses of hair. There are fragments of songs, th...
Stirring Speech of Andy Johnson in Exile. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 22 October 1861
Stirring Speech of Andy Johnson in Exile. j Oc the evening of September 2d, Andrew Johnson, i the exiled Seuator of Tennessee, addressed the peo pie of Newport, Ky. From the Cincinnati Gazette's report we copy some stirring passages : 44 Men talk about their rights. Will you go to the South to get them? Will you tell them in the South to come here and get them for you ? [Cries of •'No, no !"] Your distinguished representative in the United States Senate—l say distinguished, fori use terms of respect towards him as I would toward an j other Secessionist—l labored hard for. I spent my money to print and circulate his speeches, and I stumped the State of Tennessee to elect him; but I stand here to day to disavow those acts. I disown him. He deceived me and the fault was his; if he deceives me the fault will be mine. I desire to express my mind here, which I cannot do in Ten I nessee, from which lam an exile. John C. Breckin | ridge was not representing Kentucky when he was sent to the ...
The Dying Girl. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 22 October 1861
The Dying Girl. You can open the window now, mother, And let in the Hummer breeze; It blows o\&gt;r the village green, mother, Aud over the village trees I can see the tall church spire, mother, Glistening through the trees. And I think I hear the bells, mother, Borne faintly on the breeze. The sun is almost down, mother, My sight is growing dim , Tell Harry when he comes, mother; 1 always rememered him. I wish you would raise mv head, mother, And open the lattice wide; I can hardly see you now, mother. Though I know you are at my side." The life light faded from her eves, Her pure white brow was cold ; The Shepherd had gathered another lamb luto his heavenly fold.
To Irishmen. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 22 October 1861
To Irishmen. ' Recently the people of Fairfield. Litchfield, New Haven (Conn ) and other counties, turned out in their might to testify their unswerving devotion to the Union, and to declare their determination to support the Government in the mo-t vigorous war measures. Among the speakers was Colonel Thomas F. Meagher. He began by saying it was about twelve years ago that one evening a ship of war slowly parsed up from the southern waves of the Pacific amid wooded hills and azure skies above, clouded hights beyond, and a tranquil scenery all about. As that ship passed up amid almost desolate seas, there was one fl*g that met the eyes of those on board—that wa* the Stars and Stripes. [Cheers ] What ship was that ? It wav a warship of Great Britain, and tie was a prisoner on board. And lying tranquil on those wa ters was this American ship, with the Stars and Stripes flying at the masthead. And he drank liber ty at his prison gates. It was to him a cheering omen. He forgot his impris...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 22 October 1861
Professional Carts. JOHN 111. CORCORAN, Attorney and Counsellor-at-Law, Office—East side of Main Street, between Sixth and Seventh, IrJ U IP © S A a Notary Public for &gt;lar!p»sn Conntp [janS'J-ly JET. HOLTON, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, B3 ® B !RI U IT @ 8 „ In connection with the duties of his office, will execute all legal Documents. Bonds. Mortgages, Conveyances, Epistolary Correspondence, &amp;c. on short notice. dec 4. JOHN G. McCULLOUGH, Slttomfg anti Counsellor 2lt Eato, 0?/](§£— In Court Iloagc Building, MARIPOSA. feb'JS 8. A. MEKRITT, ALEX. PEEKING MERRITT&amp;DEERING All*racyi at L&lt;i w, MARIPOSA, CAL. Omci ox Sirrn. betweks Main and Bullion Sts. Will attend to all Civil business entrusted to tliem throughout the 13th IMatrict. #£-\fr. Merrjtt wil! attend to Criminal basinem* as heretofore. ALEX DEERlXG—District Attorney and Notary ft i LIC. novS. mWt RICHARD ."TI'CAFFREV, Of "OSO HOI'SE," BEAR VALLEY. d-4. DR. JAS. L. CLARKE, ♦yOUice, "Pise T...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 22 October 1861
betels acrtj Saloons. The Alhambra! Main Street, Mariposa. J. W. Torney Proprietor. Mariposa, Feb. 28, 1861. WEBER HOUSE, STOCKTON. THE 1 roprietor 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 refurnitdied with new SI'KING and HAIR MATTRESSES. The Rooms and Beds are always clean and comfortable The Bar is furnished with the be&gt;t WlNfi*. LIQUORS and CIGARS •Prices are in accordance with the times. apl6. S. P. GORIIAM, Proprietor. Arcade Billiard -Saloon MAIN STREET. MARIPOSA. NEXT DOOR TO THE POST OFFICE. BACHMAN &amp; ARBERRY Proprhtorr. THE undersigned wontd etll the at tention of the public to their ISrEW S A. ~Lu OON, Whicli istastefully 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. $$»TIIE BAR is furnished with a ...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 22 October 1861
Coultebtlle SttjlKtistcmcn*. j Cl)c (Exchange, POWERS &amp; FARREL : : Proprietors Saloon on Soutfj Stoe of fHatn St., COULTERVILLE, Wines and Liquors, of tlie best quality. FANCY AND ICED DRINKS. H WAN A CIGARS OF THE.CHOICEST BRANDS. jly24 tf. _ CITY HOTEL, COULTERVILLE. GEORGE IOCSTS Proprietor, M WOULD BESPttiriliXY INFORM THE citizens of Coulterville and the public generally, that he can befound at THE OLID STAND, of which lieis now the sole proprietor, and is prepared to accommodate all who iua&gt; 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 TOW* HAM., First Building above Coulters' Hotel. Geo. W, Cornell PROPRIETOR. BEST of I.IQCORS and CIGARS to be bad at the BAR. Two of the BEST BILLIARD TABLES in theCoun ty are at the service of those fond of the game. Friends, and the public generally, are invited to call decl3. COULTERVILL...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 22 October 1861
$3tg ©ah jFlat anto Beat Fallcg. YFTEirfE~HOfET# BIG OAK FLAT. C. LABETOI'RE, Proprietor. THIS House is in all respects in the mot perfect order, and guests will fiDd here every accommodatioa of a FIRST CLASS HOTEL. MEAL 3 furnished at all houra 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 othet 1 near the eastern end of Main street, long known a* the "SONORA STAULE"' At either of which animal* 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 beat of Riding Animals. The Proprietor would further inform the'publie that he is running a a Dai y Line of SUfea, from Big Oak Flat to Coulterville. Alao a connecting line to Sonnra, whereby travelers may go forward without delay. Passage through from Coulterville to Sooora, and tier term. Hie attention of the community to the above is respectfull...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 22 October 1861
....Two hundred Chinamen arrived in San Franeiscp, Tuesday, from Hong Kong. Harron, who killed Ecgene Stemm on the San Joaquin, a short time ago, was arrested by Scott Ashman, Sheriff of Fresno, aa we see by the Delta, on Kern river. W.C.Hill, newspaper agent, has received from below a lot of admirable Photographs of GenSiuel. Persons wanting a copy had better call early. A Turkv Shoot is advertised to take place at Bridgeport, Friday and Saturday next week, and a dance. Rare sport may be expected. "A word to the wise is a nuff." Dins y Libertad. Lieut. J. C. Morrill, Recruiting Officer. ! spent the greater portion of last week in this place raising troops for Col. Connor's Regiment California ' Volunteers. He left on Saturday's stage for Stockton, having " corralled," so we were informed, about 10 or 12 recruits, in the towns of Princeton, Mariposa and Bear Valley. Persons desiring to invest money profitably, are referred to Sullivan &amp; Co.'s advertisement elsewhere. The...
The State Vote. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 22 October 1861
The State Vote. Thursday last the Secretary of State counted the official vote of the last election. The following is the result: GOVERNOR. Stanford 56 036 McConnell 32.751 Conness 30,944 REPRESENTATIVES TO CONGRESS. Llprtnn 34.449 McKibbin 35.401 Barber 35.401 Shattuck 31.712 Phelps . 51.651 Sergeant 50.691 Getchell 22,550 Ganahl 24.036 Lowe 39,060 Total rote 119.731 Total vote, 1860 119.812 Total vote, 1859 103.663 It will be seen that McConnell has a majority of 1,807 over Conness, while McKibbin and Edgerton, for Congress, have a majority of some 3,850 over Barber and Shattuck. ....The British steamship Bermuda which evaded the blockake and got into Savannah, carried to the rebels 18 rifle cannon and 2,ICS pounds of canister, with all the necessary shot and shell, ready for use; also, 650 Enfield rifles, and between 200.000 and 300,000 cartridges for the same, 6,000 pairs of army shoes, 20,000 blankets, 180 barrels gun powder, a large quantity of morphine, quinine and other medi...
SCHOOL NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 22 October 1861
SCHOOL NOTICE. Tho B#*ar Valley Public School will be opened tl.e first M n lay in November, under the charge of Miss S. Adams. Parents are respectfully urged to send their Children the opening day, so that the classes may be properly formed. R. M'Cafffey, Chairman Board of Trustees. Bear Valley, Oct. 22d, 1861. Dr. Hostettkr's Stoma ii Bittehs.—The operation of this palatable remedy upon the stomach, liver aud excretory organs is singularly soothing and conser vative. It regulates, recruits and purifies them.— Dyspepsia in all its forms yields to its control and in vigorating properties, and it is recommended to mothers, enfeebled by the cares and duties as the saftest and best tonic they can probably use. In all the crisis of female life it will be found eminently useful, and elderly persons will derice much more benefit from it than from ordinary stimulants. Sold by all Druggists and dealers everywhere.
ID IE ID r [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 22 October 1861
ID IE ID r Near New Year s Digninzs. Mariposa County. Oc tober 14th, Mr PETER ENDRICK, aged "0 years. Mr. E. although by birth a Russian, served several years in the American army. He was highly respected by those who knew him. In Visnlia, Oct 15th, 1861. the youngest child of Mr. and Mrs. McVeagh, aged 11 days.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 22 October 1861
Site &lt;fei;tte It. A. HOLMES, Editor. COUNTY OFFICAL PRESS. TUESDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 22. Mr. Z&gt;. P. Fiaher is our only authorized Agent in Francisco to receive Advertisement*, receipt for the same, and to transact business generally for the Mariposv Gazette. Office, No. 171, Washington street, nearly opposite McGuire's Opera House. Jefferson M. Shannon is authorized to •btain Subscriptions, Collect Accounts and do business for the Mariposa Gazette in Fresno County. FORSALE. THE 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 •jizßitk. be taken out. Subscription list probably larger than that of any other mountain paper in the State. With the property mentioned, &amp;c., will he sold the Building ami the Ijot, with a Fremont title, 250x75 feet, if ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 22 October 1861
Jtcto FKANCISGI LTN E R, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. oct] OFFICE—Lowkk Agca Fria. 20] Turky Shooting, At Col. Fine's Store, Mormoil Bar, On Saturday, October £6 A fine lot of Fat Turkys will be put for the benefit of Sportsmen. Rules in shooting will be determined on tl.e ground. JOHN' R. BARKKLtO 0ct.21 TURKY SHOOTING ....AND.... 1 4 &amp; AT BIRIIDG-EiPOIEVr, Friday and Saturday, November Ist and 2nd. The ndersigned takes this metli- pn 'fufth notifying the public, that a Turky Slioollng rfc will take place at the place and time above mentioned. A fine lot of Fat TURKYS, and CHICKEN'S, if de sired, will be put up to try the skill of the crack marksmen. On FRIDAY Evening of the first day, a DAN'CE will take place. The usual rules of Shooting will be observed. R. KII.UiORE, R. C. YVHITWuRTH. Bridgeport, October 22, 1861. NOTICE IS hereby given that at the next regular meeting of the Board of Supervisors of Mariposa County, commencing on the first Monday of November, A. I). 18H1, t...