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Artemus Ward sees the Prince Napoleon. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 5 November 1861
Artemus Ward sees the Prince Napoleon. Xotwitlistandin I haint writ much for the papers. ( or late, nobody needn't flatter theirselves that the . underlined is ded. 'On the contrv, 44 1 still live," J which words was spoken by Danil Webster, who f was a able man. Even the Old-line Whigs of Boston \ will admit that. Webster is ded now, liowsever. and t Tiis mantle has probly fallen into the hands of sum , dealer in *2d hand close, who can't sell it. Least- , ways nobody pears to be goin round wearin it to any f particler extent, now days. The rigiment of whom I , was Ivurnal finerlv concluded they was better adapt- ( *»d as Home Gards, which accounts for your not hear , in of me, ear this, where the hauls is the thickest , and where the cannon doth roar. But as a Ameri- , can citizen I shall never cease to admire the master ly advance our troops made on Washington from Bull Run, a short time ago. It was well dun. I spoke to my wife 'bout it at the time. My wife sed it was well dun. I...
Amos Kendall on the Wax. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 5 November 1861
Amos Kendall on the Wax. The veteran editor and Democrat, Amos Kendall, \ has written a letter te the Bridgeport (Connecticut) ] Standard, regretting his inability to be present, aa \ per invitation, at a Democratic meeting lately held ( there, but takes occasion in said letter to write the substance of what he would have said had he been present. Hear him : , - 44 How is this war to be brought to a close? By 1 one of two modes—either by a suppression of the j rebellion, or by a treaty acknowledging the indepen ' dence of the Confederate States. Is there any Demo- . crat who would not rejoice to see the armed resis- j tance to the Government suppressed, peace restored, j and business resuming its wonted channels? Or, if | there he any Democrat who thinks it impossible to ] suppress the rebellion, still will he not stand by his j own section and enable it to obtain the best terms it j can on final separation? In whatever aspect the' Democrats of the North may look at this subject, j ...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 5 November 1861
(Cartis. JOS2\ 3E. CORCORAN, Attorney and Counsellor-at-Law, Office—East side of Main Street, between Sixth ! I an&lt;l Seventh, WAa3IP © © A = Notary Public for Mariposa Coiinij" [jans2-ly H. KC. HOLTON, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, W ® B !W a IT © 8 = In connection with the duties of his office, will execute all legal Documents, Bonds, Mortgages, Conveyances, Epistolary Correspondence, kc. on short notice. dec 4. JOHN G. McCULL#UGH, Sttornco anti Counsellor 3t 3Lato, Court House Building, MARIPOSA. feb-28 j S. A. MERKITT, ALEX. PEEKING | MERRITT&amp;DEERING AttorueysatLaw, j MARIPOSA, CAL. Office ox Sixth, between Maim and Bullion Sts&gt;. | Will attend to all Civil business entrusted to them throughout the 13th District. /}»-\lr. Merritt willattcndto Criminal business as heretofore. ALEX. DEERlNG—District Attorset and Notaky PIWC. novB. DS£ IUCIIARD H'CAFFREY, "OSO HOUSE," BEAR VAI-LEY. d-4. »U. JAS. L. CLARKE, £3"oUlce, "Pine Tref. Hors*," corner Fifth Main Stre...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 5 November 1861
flfotels aoti Saloons. The Alliambra! Main Street, Mariposa. J. W. Torney Proprietor. Mariposa, Feb. 28, 1861. | | WEBER HOUSE, STOCKTON. THE Iroprietor of the above House, begs leave to inform the public that he will keep it, in all respects, as a First Class f House. The House has thoroughly renovated and refurnished with new and HAIR MATIRESSES. Tlie Rooms and. Beds j are always clean ami comfortable The Bar is fur- j nished with the best WINKS, LIQUORS and CIGARS l'rices are in accordance with the times. apl6. S. P. GORHAM, Proprietor. Arcade Billiard -Saloon MAIN STREET. MARIPOSA. NEXT DOOR TO THE I'OST OFFICE. BACHMAX &amp; ARBERRY Proprietors. j THE undersigned would respectfully call the at tention of the public to their IST E SAL OO IST, Whicli is tastefully fitted upjcontaining 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 tlie Game. tStB,TIIE BAR is furnished wi...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 5 November 1861
Coulteiulle Sttjbttts tenting. @ t)c €*cl)angc, POWERS &amp; FARREL : : Pkopkietors Saloon on Soutf) iotlJe of fHatn St., COULTEEVILLE, Wines and Liquors, of the best quality. FANCY AND ICED DRINKS. H WAN A CIGARS OF TIIECHOICEST BRANDS. jly24-tf. j CI T Y HO TEL, OOPLTEBVILLE. GEORGE COUNTS Proprietor, M WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM THE citizens of Coulterville and the public generall}', that he can befound at THE OLD STAND, of which he is now the sole proprietor, and is prepared to accommodate all who mat 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 j Metropolitan! Saloon ! COULTEKVILLE, 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 Coun ty are at the service of those foud of the game. Friends, and the public generally, are invited to call decl3. COULTERVILLE BI...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 5 November 1861
$3uj ©ak JFlat anfc Beat Ualleg. 10SEMITE HOTEL, BIG OAK FLAT. C. LABETOURB, Proprietor. THIS is in all respects in the most perfect order, and guests 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 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. Dni y Line of Stagei f ; from Big Oak Flat to Con Iter ville. Also a connecting line to Sonora, whereby travelers may go forward without delay. Passage through from Coulterville to Sonora, and rice versa, . .... The attention of the community to the above is respec...
PUBLIC BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 5 November 1861
PUBLIC BALL. Messrs. Gregory &amp; Howell will give a Ball on THURSDAY EVENING, at Van Bever's Building, aorner of Main and sth streets. A general invitation is extended to Ladies and Gentlemen in Mariposa and neighboring towns. Admission fkkk for all. This will probably be the laat Ball of the season iu Mariposa, and it is desirable that there may be a numerous attendance. ....They charge a dollar a word for telegraphing through to the Atlantic States. ... .The widow of Brigadier General Baker will receive a pension of $2,500 a year. .... The Millon S. Latham has been placed on the San Joaquin as an opposition boat between Sao Fran cisco and Stockton. .... A man named Win. Nier seceded from Tort Wine, Sierra county, a few days ago, with $3,000 which belonged to other people. ....The steamer St/iwra arrived at Pan Francisco on the 26th ult., bringing passenger* who left New York. Oct. stb. ....It is reported that Hon C L. Scott, late mem ber of Congress from California, was ...
Sonora Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 5 November 1861
Sonora Correspondence. Sonora, October 28th, 1861. Mr. Editor: —The 16th number of the Gazette came to me superscribed with so many distinguished titles and appellations, that truly I felt almost as much honored as a Member of Assembly in a Cali fornia Legislature with the genuine prefix of Hon. which, like the Paddy's dteam of his mistress, always means conthrarywise, you know. Am not perhaps so grateful a* I ought to be, for beiog greeted as a personage of very marked distinction; but nevertheless am grateful enougli to note it, and that is something. Unfortunately the Gazette does not circulate in our community as much as formerly; and since Holmes has gone to Visalia, and cann.it thiuk that any eulogy I may pronounce is intended to flatter him, I'll just let out the reason. Fact is, Holmes has become too pious. There is something so grave, moral and refined in the general reading of his paper, and especially in its editorials, tbat our citizens cannot appreciate it as it deserve...
Special Notice. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 5 November 1861
Special Notice. HAVING removed from the Town of Mariposa, notice is hereby given to all parties indebted to me by BOOK ACCOUNT or NOTE, to call upon J. G. McCcllougii, Esq., at his office in the Court House, and settle the same at once, or after a reason able time, th ir indebtedness will be placed in process of legal collection. A. F. SIiRIVER. Mariposa, Sept. 23d, 1861.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 5 November 1861
®he fectte •JAS# H* Associate Editor COUBTTY OFFICAL PRESS. TUESDAY MORNING. NOV'BER 5. wmm—mmmwmmami &amp;Q[3ST3&lt;352 £ra&gt;o3&lt;3a, Mr. I» P. Fiihtr is our only authorized Agent in Pan Francisco to receive Advertisements, receipt for the same, and to transact business generally for the Mariposi Gazette. Office, No. 171 V. Washington street, nearly opposite McGuire's Opera House. ■* » » Jefferton W. Shannon is authorized to •Main Subscriptions, Collect Accounts and do business for the Mariposa GAzitrrK in Fresno County. NOTICE to TAX-PATERS IS HKREBY GIVEN THAT I have received Irom the County Auditor a certified copy of the 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.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 5 November 1861
F» ANI&gt; A M. A9iariposaLodgc j¥o. 24. REGULAR MEETINGS—The lasHaturday before each full moon . Special Meetings second Saturday thereafter S. A. MERRITT, W. M. | J ft. Xorrss, Secretary. dlO In Visalia, on Tuesday evening, Oct. 29th, 1861, at the residence of the Bride's Father, by the Rev. B. j W. Taylor, Hon. C. G. SAYLE, County Judge of Tu | lare, to Mrs. COP.ILLA BACON, both of Tulare coun DIEID = At Visalia, on the 26th inst., of ulcerated liver, SIMPSON' BOSSLER, a native of Pennsylvania, aged 37 years. Mr. Bossler was an old resident of Visalia, and was highly esteemed by all who knew him. Many warm friends, who can testify to his many good qualities as a member of society, will regret his sud den and unexpected decease. ! HA j LIST OP LETTERS. Remaining in the mariposa post office from October Ist to November Ist, ISol : Bradley. Sno. I»e,N. Burckhalter. l&gt;r J. JViami, J. CSiarbonell, Cli. Putnam, C. ; Christopher. Juo. Price, J. I Crooks, \Vm. Orr, S. ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 5 November 1861
Loofe-a-Here! The undersigned having disposed of his property, known as the » Oak Spring House," he is desirous of making an immediate settlement with all those indebted to him by note or book account. Those haying claims against the subscriber will please present them for settlement. He is now located at the forks ! of the road, in the house formerly occupied by Mr. | Cunningham, immediately above Princeton, near | the School House. Unless the above accounts are ! settled immediately, they will be placed in the hands of an officer for collection. L. H. P. SMITH, j Princeton, July 16, 1861. i. o. o. F. 0, ■. IIORNITOS LODGE, No. 99, meets every I ."T* WEDNESDAY EVFMSG.^at ■ Hall, Hcrnitos. W. E. JENKINS, N. G. | J. Y. Jones, Sec'y. I. O. O. P. Maripora I.olge No. 39, meets every ! TUESDAY EVENING, at their Lodge Room on Main ! Street, at 8 o'clock. ( Members of the Order In good standing are wel come visitors. J. O. I.OVEJOY, N. G. Angevins Reynold', Sec'y. District Court Summons. I...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 5 November 1861
Chas. R. Bowen &amp; Bro., Hunter street, Stockton. BOWES ~&amp; BRO., Corner California and Montgomery Street*, S-A.3ST FRANCISCO, WB( LESALE &amp;, RETAIL ....DEALERS 1N.... FANCY &amp; STAPLE GROCERIES &amp; PROVISIONS Household Utensils, &amp;c. California Produce, BOOTS, SHOES, AND PARTIES FROM MARIPOSA visiting Stockton, will find it ereatly to their advantage to call and examine our large which we off«r for Cash at 10 per cent, lower than any other House in I Stockton, as we have a Store in San Francisco and ! purchase our Goods at Imported prices: We have now in store and daily receiving Goods selected with care from recent importations, con- . sisting in part of the following: SUGAR —Barrels crushed Sugar ; Barrels New Orleans Sugar ; Barrels Refined Sugar ; Mats China Sugar ; Mats Calcutta : Bar Sugar, &amp;c., for sale bv C. K. BOWEN k BRO. Flour, Meal, &amp;c. Barrels Alviso Flour, Barrels Go] len Gate Flour...
$lte Cfecttn [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 5 November 1861
$lte Cfecttn REPUBLICAN COUNTY CENTRAL COMMITTEE. B. F. BAcnMAN, Mariposa. Jamks Pkitit Mariposa. Chas. Perhgoy Mormon Bar. A. H. Washhir.*, Bridgeport. R. T. WiuuMS, Mormon Bar. J. C. lloppbr, Bear Valley. Tern?* 1 ur the District Court of the I3th Judicial District Merced.—Fourth Monday of January, May and September. Stnni»laii'."-First Monday of February, June and October. Fresno.—Third Monday of February, June and October. Tular.".—Fourth Monday of February, June and October. Mariposa.—Second Monday of March, July and November.
ARRIVAL OF THE POSY! [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 5 November 1861
ARRIVAL OF THE POSY! Ruby Valley, Oct 29, ) 424 miles East of Sacramento j Washington, October 26th —It is reported that about 200 Maryland rebels captured a schooner in the Patuxent river, and forced the owner to take them to bt. Marys, where they expect to make their way across into Virginia. * The fleet of transports that was detained below by the blockade has gone to Annapolis to unload. It is alleged that even now papers are regularly received in Alexandria and other points South. Doubt less the arrest of spies receutly will m*ke these mails irregular. The World's dispatch says that an impression is being creat-d that Col. Baker exceeded his instructions and did not retreat as ordered, when he found the enemy in overwhelming strength. Captain Young of his regiment, says there was no possible way of retreat save by swimming the Potomac. The only flit boat by which they got over had been sunk. The disaster is attributed to want of transportation. The order given by General Stone ...
October 30th. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 5 November 1861
October 30th. Qcixct, 111., October 30.—The reporter of the California Associated Press arrived here to day, and will transmit dispatches to the Pacific from tbis point until the line through lowa is completed, .The advance guard of Fremont's army, undsr Gen. S : jel. entered Springfield on Surdity, the STtb The retraining division was expected on the day following. ....It is laid Price will make a stand at Sarcoxie, having been reinforced by A. S. Johnston. Fremont will push on South as fast ®s possible, and give battle. Gen. Lane captured a transportation train of the eneny and several prisoners in Bates county a few dayB ago. • •..Gen. Scott, it is reported will resign his command in the army in a few days, ou account of bodily infirmities. ....The Richmond papers contain accounts of the battle near Leesburg. They fay they had fifteen regiments on the ground, but that only part of them were engaged. The}' claim a decisive victory, with four hundred prisoner*, three pieces of arti...
October 31st. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 5 November 1861
October 31st. Quixct, Illinois, Oct 31st. ....The St. Louis Democrat state." that Major Allen, Quartermaster of the Western Department, is so embarrassed in carrying on the business of hi-* Department, for want of money, that he threatens to resign. ....Frank P. Blair has gone to Washington, for the purpose of prosecuting his charges against Fremont. He has not been with his regiment since the battle of Booneviile. ....The statement of Aojutant General Thomas that a majority of the peo, le of St. .Louis were opposed to Fremont, is not true: a majority of the poli tician* may be, but the people are warmly attached to him. WaSUIXGTox, Oct. 29th.—Gen. Stone has published his report of the battle of Bull's Bluff. He state* that Col. Baker acted with indiscretion, aud exceeded his orders, though be performed his duties with unexampled energy. New York, Oct. 30th.—The Tribune publishes a leng!hy report of Adjutant General Thomas, in re gard to Fremont's case. It can be summed up in the st...