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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 5 November 1861

MISSION WOOLEN MILLS! SAX FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA. Agency 511 Sacramento Street. The: proprietor op the mission WOOLEN MILKS respectfully announce to the trade that he is prepared to receive anil execute with dispatch, orders lor the following goods: FAMILY BLAXKETS, all wool, superior qualitv; MACKIXAW '• •• 44 44 SCARLET " " " " BLUIS 44 44 •« GREY 14 44 11 14 GOLDEN State Gent's Long Shawls, all wool, with plain or graduated borders; TWEEDS, double and single width, all wool, and desirable colors; EUREKA Flannels, all colors, and of extra quality; OVERSHIRTS, variety of patterns, sizes and colord; SACK Coats; SLUICE Felt, for miners* use, a superior artiele. All goods manufactured at the Mission Woolen Mills, are made of selected Wools of California pro duction, and are superior in quality to the same class of imported fabrics, find being specially adapted to the trade of the Pacific coast, purchasers can rely upon receiving a uniform article in the texture and finish. AH of the ab...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 5 November 1861

ffitgcellnneoua. NOWLANDJtfG Ex-Late Arrival.' Brown Drills and Sheetings, 30-INCH SHIRTINGS, BLEACHED SHEETINGS, ASSORTED WIDTHS. BLANKETS ALL GRADES AN'D COLORS, PRINTS ANDDELAIMES IN' GREAT VARIETY. Dress and Fancy Dry Goods. Alexandre's Genuine Kid Gloves, Gents' Furnishing Goods, Davis and Jones Shirts; FLANNELS, HOSIERY, it, HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, Brussels and 3 Ply Carpets, new pattern. Paper Hanging Drugets Matting. Hollands, Hemp Carpets. AGEKCY FOR Jewett's & Coition's Oil Cloths For sale for Cash, or to first class, prompt paying tra le, at a discount from market rates. FRANK BAKER, 110 and 112 Clay Street, octl.fim San Francisco. GEORGE H. BELLT, 611 Montgomery Street, Corner Merchant Street San Francisco. Importer and Dealer In Stationery of all Descriptions, f EGAL CAP. WRITING, LETTER AND NOTE M A Paper, and Envelopes, in great variety; Gold Tens of the best manufacture. BLANK ACCOUNT BOOKS, * Of the best materials and workmanship; Printers Blank Cards, L...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 5 November 1861

San JFrattcisco Stobertteetnente* GROVE! & BAKER'S First Premium NOISELESS FAMILY SIS WING MACHINES AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES!! AT OREATLY REDUCED PRICES ! ! AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES!! $60 and Upward ! $60 and Upward! $6© and Upward! Over 80 per cent. Discount ! Over 20 per cent. Discount ! Over 20 per' cent. Dlaconnt 2 From our former prices. The great success attending the introducing of our New Style Family Sewing Machines in this State (as in all others), has prompted certain unprincipled and unreliable parties to endeavor to force upon the public certain inferior and so called "Cheap Machines," which either by legal injunctions or from their own inherent defects have long since died out in the Eastern States. IT IS OUR DETERMINATION TO SI'PPI.Y A GOOD MACHINE At a Low Price, that the purchaser may not as past instances expe rience in the purchase of one of the tnis named " Cheap Sewing Machines," a DEAR bargain and WASTK OK MONEY. The World-Wide Reputation —OP THK—...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 5 November 1861

San jFranctaco aubrrtteenunta. SINGER'S Sewing Machines HAVI BEEV gift EMOVE DS —TO— 17 MO\TGORERY STREET, (Next to corner of Bush,) SAN FRANCISCO. I am prepared to demonstrate to all who feel an interest in SEWING MACHINES, that SINGER 'S Family Sewing Machine WILL Do Better Work. On* greater range of fabric—that is, on as light fabrics, and on heavier fabrics—tban any other Family Sewing Machine before the public is capable of doing; that the work can be dona With Creater Ease, And with fewer interruptions; and that, in AI.L the important requisites of a Sewing Machine, Singer's Machines. at« $100, are CHEAPER tban any other kind at $50. lam now selling our Family Sewing machines: PL AIX, nt $30 CABIXETB, at ZS LETTER A, or Transverse Shuttle {.Machines, an entirely new and incomparable Family Sewing Machine and adopted to Light Manufacturing $90 o_Do not allow yourself to purchase a chain stitch Machine either double or single thread—all will ravel. All chain stitch Machines have...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 5 November 1861

Nefo aufartfeementa. DR. L. J. CZAPKAY Jate fHrtrixa T & Surgical Enatitute. SACRAMENTO ST., BELOW MONTGOMERY, Opposite the Pacific Mail Steamship Co.'s Office San Francisco. Established in 1804.f0r he Permanent Cure of all private and chronic diseases, and for the suppression of Quacuery. Attending and resident physician, l. j. CZAPKAY', M. I)., late in the Hungarian Revolutionary War, Chief Physician to the 20th Regiment of Honved*. Chief Surgeon to the Military Hospital of Pesth. Hungary, late Lecturer on Pisea«e.< of Women and Children, and Honorary Member of the Philadelphia College of Medicine, eyl'articular attention paid to the treatment of diseases peculiar to Women and Children*^# Office Hocrs—From 9x. m. till 9 p. m. Commuj nications strictly confidential Permanent cure guar- [ anteed, or no pay. Consultations br letter or otherI wise free Address Dr. L. J. CZAPKAY, San Francisco, Cal. Tribute to Merited Worth. The ingratitude of man to his fellow m...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 5 November 1861

San JFtanctgcg gCHbertgetnentg. commendation, not only II an act of acientifie skill, but that of humanity also. About two years ago I suddenly. and from cause* unknown to me, wa» seized with a fit of Epilepsy, which, owing to my inability to meet the expenses consequent upon a aorough medical treatment, and the discouragenent which I met with on attempting It, soon be ame such (as I was then led to believe) as to defy .he skill of any physician. I was frequently, while ,n pursuit of my calling, thrown down to the ground without the slightest warning ; and, although insensible to the agonies, I yet despised the miseries of my life, and soon learned to look upon those whi would render assistance or shelter me from dange. as enemies who sought to prolong the existence of my miseries. While in this state, and having, previous to my affliction. tasted the sweets of life, I once more was induced to attempt seeking aid of a physician, and, by recommendation, called upon Ilr. L. J. Czapkay...

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The Old Mother. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 5 November 1861

The Old Mother. iilhf fcette Poor old mother, set her aside— Her children are grown, and bpr work is done ; True, in their service her locks turned gray, But shove her away, unsought, alone. Give her a home, for decency's salie, In some back room, far out of the way, "Where her tremulous voice cannot be lizard— It might check your mirth when you would be gay. Strive to forget how she toiled for you, And cradled vou oft on her loving breast— Told you stories and joined your play, Many an hour when'she needed rest. No matter for that—huddle her off, Your frien-l# mijrht wince at her witty jest ; She is too 44 old fashioned," and *peaks "so plain''— Get her out of the way of the coming guest. Once you valued her cheerful voice, Her hearty laugh and her merry song ; Put to 4 » ears polite " they are quite too loud— Her jokes too sharp, her tales too l«-ug. So, poor old lady, hustle her ofT— In her cheerless room let her sit alone; She must not meet with your guests to night. For her chi...

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Hatteras and its Inhabitants [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 5 November 1861

Hatteras and its Inhabitants A correspondent of the New York Tribune writes : •The island on which Hatteras is the termination ' is little more than a series of sand heaps, interspersed j with clumps of dwarfed live oaks, with now and then , a marsh filled with marsh grass. Other than these 1 there is nothing green to be seen. The population may be as great as five hundred souls, though no one that I saw appeared to have any very distinct idea of : the exact number. They live by fishing, oystering, piloting and wrecking, or. as they ly call it, ••plunder." They are vtry ig* orant, simple minded, and in every respect as provincial as any class of human beings can well be. They live in rude houses, many of them mere huts, on the peaks of which at the present time, something designed to be a white flag tloats. Most of the inhabitants were born on the island, and many have never been away from it. I saw and conversed with quiie a number of men, who, though upward of fifty years of age, ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 5 November 1861

atJbfrttscmrnts. DRY GOODS! DRY GOODS !! N. OPPENHEIM, HOKXITOS, Ts now prepared to engage in the I! h Summer Campaign jf With a Stock of Spring mid Summer Goods, Which in extent and variety cannot be surpassed in j this market. The public are invited to examine our assortment, ' which consists in part of Ladies' Dress Goodr^, latest styles of SII.KS. L IW\S, IIERAGGS, FANCY GOODS: ' EIIBROIDERY. Ci LOVES, GAITERS, FLATS, BONNETS, SHAWLS, .tec. GENTS' CLOTHING, Coats, Vests, Hats, Caps, Koots & shoes. ! All of which, together with every other variety 1 ol FANCY. DOMESTIC and ST APL K I>RY GOODS. ; will be sold at prices Lower than any other Store iu this county. Hornitos, April 23d, 1861. Plaza Meat Market, Main Street, Hornitos. 15. IJ. GIVEXS & Co Proprietors. HAS recently opened a new stand, on the East side of the Plaza, and is prepared to furnish the citizens ol Hornitosand vicinity with BEEF, PORK, MUTTON and SAUSAGES, of (lie best quality, a...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 5 November 1861

White & Hatchs' JEW STEAM SAW MILL. TIIIS Mill is situated on the Middle Fork of the Chowt hillia. The Mill is running day and night, and is cutting a large quantity of tha Best Kind cf Lumber, and selling it at very reasonable prices. X\ f 9 feel thankful to our friends rod the public for their liberal patronage heretofore, and shall use our utmost endeavor to still be deserting of it. We have a GOOD ROAD leading: to the Mill from Mariposa by the way of Mormon Bar. over which a larger load ran be hauled from the Mill than from Mariposa elsewhere, WHITE & HATCH. Chowchillia, July 19th, 1860. LOVEJOY & CO.'S STEAM SAW MILL,, (Formerly Ilussey's 91111.) rpnis MTU. IS LOCATED IN THE BEST TIMBER--1 El' COUNTRY between the Merced and San Toaquin Rivers. Lumber of all Dimensions Sawed to order out of the best Sugar Pine Timber. A large Stock of all kinds of Lumber kept constantly on hand at the Lumber Yard. Those wauting large lots of Lumber, are partic...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 5 November 1861

HAS. F. UacDKKMOXT, CHRIS. KERRIXS MAT D£)II©TT & Eo>, Fire-Proof Building, Main Street, Mariposa. have now ox hand and offer for sale, tiie Largesl, best Selected au«l most complete assortntont Of fieneral Merchandise ever before in this market. We take this method of announcing to the Public that we have facilities possessed by no other House in the Southern Mines. "VSTE BUT" SELL FOB CASH. The many advantages to be derived from business conducted on Cash Principles, need not be repeated! Purchasers of Goods will tind it to their advantage to call and see our H E AV V F ALL S T O C K! Reforo making their purchases elsewhere. We can confidently assert, without fear of contradiction thai we can and will sell Goods 13 l-."i per cent, cheaper THAN ANY OTIIKK HOI'SE in this section of country: OUR STOCK CONSITS IX PART OF GROCERIES, FIXE AND HEAVY CLOTHING, PROVISIONS, BOOTS AND SHOES, MINING TOOLS, DUCKS, DRILLS, HARDWARE, BLANKETS, C UTLERY, CASSIMERES, QUEENSW...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 5 November 1861

ftlaripoßa atjijertigement. SULLIVAN & CO., GRANITE STORE, main Street, Mariposa. Importers and Dealers in PROVISIONS, GROCERIES. FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC WINES AND LIQUORS, HAVANA 8E GAR S, Dry €ioc?!*«, Clothing, Boots, H A R DAVARE, nvr i nxr i nsra- tools, And a eeneral Yariety of articles suited to the wants of a Mining and Farming community, which we will sellat LOWER RATES FOR CASH, than any other establishment i n the Southern Mines. H7rHavli»2T a Branch House In San F'rnnritfco. 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 attention paid to the SAFE AND SPEEDY DELIVERY OF GOODS in this and neighboring Towns. WE HAVE ALSO A BRANCH HOUSE AT COULTERSVILLE, Jljixwcll's Creek, Where our business is conducted on the same general principles. s3O-ml7 SULLIVAN k...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 5 November 1861

©tg @aotj Stores. FRESH ARRIVALS ..AT THE.. DRY GOODS STORE OF S. KEATFT, .Vain Street, Marijtosa, opposite McDermolt <C Co.'l Fire Vroof 'Building. undersigned having just returned from the I Hay City, wi'ha LARGE AND MOST FASHIONABLE STOOK OF SPRING & SUMMER GOODS, rf. would inform the Ladies' and Gentlemen of SHI Mariposa and vicinity, that io prices and y style, he is resolved not to be surpassed by one. The Stock consists in part of Ladies' Dry Goods OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. PRESS SILKS OF all qualities and colors; BAREGES, I .IN EX LAWNS, LAWNS and MARSEILLES; Ladies' and Children*' Flats Also a large and extensive assortment of GENTS' CLOTHING, Of the latest and most fashionable styles, compri- ' sing a full assortment of COATS, VESTS, PANTS, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAI*S, &c., all of which w ill be sold at the lowest prices. » Thankful for the past patronage the public has , bestowed upon me, a continuance of the sauio is respectfully solicited. P...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 12 November 1861

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To a Dead Hope. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 12 November 1861

To a Dead Hope. Lie still, lie deep and still, O. my dead hope ! my withering flower, llright Diir.lini; i'f a short Sprinir hour ! Thus thine untimely grave I fill. And, treading in the sullen clay— Prison tliee down with a roof of stone, And leave thee in thv >hroud alone, Turning, with foot resolved away, To the sound of thy funeral knell— ■ Farewell, utterly farewell!" Now sleep, forever sleep ; J-'or should thy ghost arise, and glide With its smile and its whisper to my aide, My reh**l soul must fail to kt*ep, Against the magic of thy beauty— Its faith with self, its league with duty ; But, in thy burial garments clad, Would lorce thee bacK to lile and me, Or. if too strong a fate forbade. Would choc-se a living death with thee ! Would ma.lly folio* to share thy doom In the dust and shame of the liopelesa tomb, Therefore I ring so stern a knell— '•Utterly, utteily farewell!" T.ie still till I am still, When to thy image I am cold, When the bosom which fostered thee i...

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Advice to Ladies. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 12 November 1861

Advice to Ladies. When the spirit moves you to amuse yourself with ; chopping,* be sure and ask the clerk for & thousand ! and one articles you have no intention of buying.— Never mind about the trouble you make him ; that's j part of the trade. I'ull the fingers of the gloves you , are examining nil out of shape; inquire for some nondescript color, or some scarce number, and. ; when it is found, think you wout take anything this morning; then keep him an hour hunting for your 1 sunshade, which you at leng'h recdlect 4 you left at hom*»;' and depart without having invested a solitary ' cent. When you enter a crowded lecture room, and a gentleman rises polite!}*—as gentlemen always do— , And offers to give up his seat, which he came an I hour ago to secure for himself—take it, as a matter tif course; and don't you trouble yourself to thank him even with a nod of your head. As to feeling uneasy about accepting it, that is ridiculous! because if he don't fancy standing duri...

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Learn the Lesson of Patience. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 12 November 1861

Learn the Lesson of Patience. A venerable Judge residing in Massachusetts, writes to a friend saying he has been taken a lesson from the history of our latest war with England— that of ISI2-1815. Our first object was the conquest of Canada, which we anticipated would be easy.— Gen. Hull was appointed to the command of our in vadingarmy. lie issued a sounding proclamation, : and lleadley says, 14 sent out two detachments, j mounted two heavy cannon and three howitzers, and : then marched back again " Such were the astonish j ing results accomplished by the first army of inva sion ! He recrossed the line, was followed by a British , force, at w hose approach Hull raised the white flag, ( and surrendered without firing a gun. He was con- j demned for cowardice by a court-martial, and order i elto be shot, but was permitted to live and die in j disgrace. Then Gen. Dearborn took command and kept it . through two campaign*; b'it he did nothing, and a j deputation waited on the President a...

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The Blind Men and the Elephant. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 12 November 1861

The Blind Men and the Elephant. A HINDOO FARLIC. BY JOUS O. SAXH. It wan six men of ludostan, To learning much inclined, Who went to see the Klephant, ( Tbouph all of them were blind,) That each by observation Might satisfy bis mind. The first approached the Elephant, And happening to fall Ag:i inst his broad and sturdy side, At once began to bawl : 11 God bless me ! but the Llephaot Id very litoe a wall 1" The second feeling of the tusk. Cried, * l Ho ! what have we here So very round and smooth aad sharp ! To u«e 'tis mighty clear This wonder of an Klephaat Is very like a spear ! The third approached the animal. And happening to take The squirming trunk within his hand* Thus boldly up and spake : u l*ee," quoth he, "the Elephant la very like a snake 1" The fourth reached out his eager hand, And felt about the knee ; 44 What most this mighty beast is like Is mighty plain,'* quoth he ; 4t Tis clear enough the Elephant Is very like a tree I" The fifth, who chanced to touch the ear, S...

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Duel Between Pickets. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 12 November 1861

Duel Between Pickets. A Washington correspondent of the Detroit Tribune tells the following yarn: A good story is in circulation here, but which has not yet go' into the papers. As it is too good to be lost I put it in shape of print, for the benefit of whom it may coucern ; One of the Michigan lers being on ailvance picket duty a few days ago, came in of a South Carolina rebel, also on similar duty, when the foloving dialogue and duel took place : Michigander—"Hallo, .South Carolina, how are you to day V } South Carolinian— lt Pretty well, thank you ; how are all the Yankees?" Michigander— il So, so. What's the news over in I Dixie South Carolinian— u Nothing in particular, only i we've got some rifles now that will out shoot your ' Yankee guns all hollow." Michigander—* 4 Don't believe the yarn. You Fe 1 cesbers brag too tuueh. Can't fool your pap on that 1 trigger.*' South Carolinian—''Suppose, then, ycu and I just ! take a few private passes at each other to nettle This j little...

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