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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 12 February 1861
AMERICAN EXCHANGE BASEMENT AMERICAN EXCHANGE, Sansome Sr., San Francisco. THE choicest of LIQUORS, WINES, and CIGARS, to be had at the Bar. A Fine BILLIARD TABLE is at the service of those fond of the Game. iny22. L. W. NEWMAN, Proprietor. GLOBE FOUNDRY, ! ....AND.... MACHINE SHOP, COMMERCE STREET, NEAR THE STEAMBOAT LANDING, STOCKTON. THE UNDERSIGNED, Proprietors of the above Establishment, are now prepared to manufacture to order, Steam Engines, Quartz Mill Irons, Saw &amp; Grist Mill do. HOUSE FRONTS, &amp;C., Particular attention given to the repairing of Agricultural Implements. Car Wheels, Derrick Irons, Forge Backs, kc., constantly on hand. acyPrif.es low, and terms Cash. KEEP &amp; BRIGGS. Stockton, April 20,1858. ap2\
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 12 February 1861
Professional Cattos. HOLTON, JUSTICE ;OF THE PEACE, 53 ® G3 !f!l Q IT © 3 » In connection with the duties of his office, will execute all lej?al Documents, Bonds, Mortgages, Conveyances, Epistolary Correspondence, &amp;c. on short no tice. dec 4. E. C. WKCHELL, SUtornrg anto Counsdlor*at=Hafo, MILLERTON, FRESNO COUNTY, CAL. Will practlcc in all llic Courts of the Thirteenth Ju dicial District, including the counties of Stanislaus, j Merced, Mariposa, Fresno and Tulare. [aug'JS | JOHN G7 McCULLOUGH, ant) Counsellor 3t 3Lafo, © js—l" Court Ilonscßuilding, j MARIPOSA. feb2B | R. B 'JTIIOTI AS, COUNTY SURVEYOR, Office ofl Bullion Street, opposite Concert Hall, j Will attend at all times to any description of Surveying, Civil Engineering, kc. feb2B. Dli. A. K. LINCOLN, PHYSICIAN, SURGEON AND ACCOUCHER, ®Jt.OFKICK in Coulter's Building, over Rivest's Store. Coulterville. novld. 8. A. MKRRITT, ALEX. IIEEItING MERRITT&amp;DEEEING j Attorneys at Law, MARII'OSA, CAL. Office on...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 12 February 1861
hotels aol&gt; Saloons. Arcade Billiard Saloon MAIN STREET. MARIPOSA. NEXT DOOR TO THE POST OFFICE. BACIIMAN k ARBERRY Proprietors. THE undersigned would respectfully call tbe at tention of the publ:c to their UNT E S -A. Xj OO 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 furnished with a good sup ply of the Choicest Wines and Liqnors, And during the present warm season, every variety of FANCY ICED DRINKS will be served to customers by an experienced Bar Keeper. jlyls-tf HA Y E 0 TEL. MrilE ABOVE NAMED HOTEL HAVING ! been enlarged and comfortably fitted up, is \ now open for the accommodation of the j Public. THE TABLE, and all the accessories of a FIRST CLASS HOUSE, are under the personalsuof the proprietor, and will be found complete. IV s pleasant location, opposite tlie our House, aud the quiet and order m...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 12 February 1861
©oultetbtlle Stoberttsscmentß. Sl)c (£*cl)nage, GIBBS &amp; POWERS : : : ProprietorsSatoon on Sitie of jjßam St., COULTERVILLE, Wines and Liquors, of the best quality. FANCY AND ICED DRINKS. H VVANA CIGARS OF THE CHOICEST BRANDS. Jly24-tf. CITY HOTEL, COULTERVILLE. GEORGE COUNTS Proprietor, M WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM THE citizens of Coulterville and the public generally, that lie can be Tound at THE OZLiID STAND, of which lie i« now the sole proprietor, and is prepare'! 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 Saloon ! COUI.TEKVILLE, UNDER TOWN lIALL, 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 BILLIARD SALO...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 12 February 1861
33tg ©ait iFlat antf Beat Ualleg. foarictg Btort, Bear Valley. SAM JAMES, Proprietor. THE PUBLIC are invited to call and examine my Stock of goods, as follow*. Cigars, Tobacco, Books, Stationery, Wall Paper and Window Shades, Carpets &amp; Oil Cloth, Camphene and Coal Oil, also Lamps, j With a numerous variety of others, which 1 offer for sale to the public at a reasonable rate. ! Try and call. dec 4. ORLEANS EXCHANGE. MAIN STREET, BIG OAK FLAT. , C. D. SMITH, Proprietor. Boarding by tiie Week, - - - - $7 00 E£gfMEALS AT ALL HOURS. jlyS-tf Ibear yallky Cagcr Beer Saloon | Wm. Bacltdfeii; Proprietor. THE BAR MAY BE HAD WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS AND LAGEB BEER, of tlie best quality), add s licit* tlifc patronage of his old acquaintances and the public generally. Bear Valley, Nov. 13, 1860. BEAR VALLEY MEAT MARKET. E. J. STEARNS, PROPRIETOR: American Beef ( Fork and Mutton^ Of the very best quality, on hand and for sale at low price*. Meat packed, and delivered in good condition, ...
TWENTY CORDS of WOOD [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 12 February 1861
TWENTY CORDS of WOOD -well seasoned, and packed up near the Court House, 'for sale at reasonable rates. Apply at this Office. Chittknukn has made a flaming speech JifSacramento. If he didn't talk secession, he did Iho next thing to it. lie intimated that in case of a collision between Federal authority and the South &lt;\trolin : ans. the 3ft.o0 f i Breckinridge voters in this rStat* would take sides with the South. Perhaps the -gentleman think* so ;we presume he does; for any ■one who would attempt the justification of South Gatrfina in her late acts and present position, would, iin our Ve j tist about fool enough to assert •that the Breckinridge party of this State would side with such traitorism. While we admit in the Breckinridge party in this State may be found more seces -sionists than in any other party, we emphatically • deny, so far as our knowledge extends, that there •are enough of then* to even be called a portion of tthe party. If the Union sTiflea, flien flie B...
South Carolina Doings. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 12 February 1861
South Carolina Doings. ....It is believed that South Carolina has agreed to evacuate the forts in Charleston harbor, and other Government property, provided Anderson is ordered back to Fort Moultrie. ... .Governor Pickens has written a letter to New York, stating that all vessels will be allowed to enter Charleston. "All trade is desired." ... Resolutions have unanimously passed tbe Leg islature. declaring that any attempt by the Federal Government to reinforce fort Sumpter will be regarded is an act of open hostility and a declaration of war; also approving of the act and promptness of the military iu firing on the Star of ths West, and promising to support the government in all measures of defence. ....Governor Pickens of South Carolina, having a balance of $5,000 due him as late Minister to Russia, sent lor it. The Department adjusted his accounts by sending him a draft of the Charleston Sub Treas ury, the money of which has beeu seized by the State. The South Carolina Commission...
Treason and Sensation. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 12 February 1861
Treason and Sensation. ••••Judge Srnally, of the U. S Circuit Court, N. Y., in his charge to tbe Grand Jury, declared South Carolina guilty of high treason. ....The Tribune's Washington correspondent asserts that a piratical expedition is fitting out in New York to seize the California steamers. A steamer has already been chartered in New Orleans, to proceed to the lithinus, and await the de| arture of the steamer from Aspinwall, when, hoisting the Palmetto flag, she will seize the steamers as prizes to South Carolina.
General Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 12 February 1861
General Intelligence. ....It is stated that the Gulf Squadron has been ordered to concentrate near the mouth of the Mississippi. ....The Collector at Mobile refused to pay over U. S. funds in his possession without orders from the Governor of Alabama. ....Gen. Pix has entered upon his duties as Secretary of Treasury. ....Ilolt has been appointed of War. ....All secessionists are to be dismissed from situations in the departments. ....Henrv S. Lane has been elected U. S. Senator from Indiana. ....The opinion is almost unanimous in secession circles that all collision for the present should be studiously avoided.
Additional. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 12 February 1861
Additional. ....Thereport of an altercation between Gen. Scott and Senator Toombs is wholly untrue. The facts are as follows: ....Gen. Scott, Senators Toombs and Benjamin, and others dined at the house of Mr Corcoran on Wednesday, when the Southern Senators denounced the Union with insane passion. Mr Toombs wished that the Star of the West could be sunk, but no discourtsey was offered to Gen Scott, and nS difficulty ensued. Gen. Scott has authorized a denial of the report which has been cireulated.
Later. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 12 February 1861
Later. St. Louis, via Ijom Kearny, Jan. 18. ....The Pacific Railroad several times up in the Senate, but has not yet been disposed of. An effort made by Rice to have it definitely postponed. ! failed by more than two thirds vote. The bill is j amended so as to require the consent of States and j Territories through which the road passes, and Con gress is to have time to ratify or reject such legislation. ....There are no further hostile proceedings in the South to report. Matters are more quiet in the country. ....The Senate has adopted Clark's amendment to Crittenden's Compromise, declaring the Constitution amply sufficient for the preservation of the Union, by 25 to 23. Senators from the seceding States did not vote Mr. Cameron moved a reconsideration, which, up on doubtful authority, is said to have been rejected. ....The failure of Crittenden's Compromise will be a heavy blow to the hopes of peace. The secession | leaders immediately telegraphed the other States to |go ahead, as...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 12 February 1861
"SETTLE UP. ALL persons indebted to the "MARIPOSA STARS for Advertising, Job Work or Subscriptions, are requested to make immediate settlement. L. A. Hoi mrs of the " Mariposa Gazette," is authorized to receive moneys due me and receipt for the same. JAMES H. LAWRENCE. Visalia, Jan. 18, 1861. NOTICE. All persons indebted to the undersigned by Account'* or Notes, are hereby requested to cat and settle; otherwise the same will be handed over to the proper officers for collection. GREGORY k ETLY. Mariposa, Jan. 29th. 18G1. MRS. WISSLOW, An experienced female physician, has a Soothing Syrup for children teething, which greatly facilitate the process of teething, by softening the gums, reducing all inflammation—will allay all pain, and is sure to regulate the bowels. Depend upon it, mothers, it will give rest to yourselves, and relief ami health to your infants. Perfectly safe in all cases. See advertisement in another column. Special Notice.—To relieve suffering has been the object of t...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 12 February 1861
The Alhambra! Main Street, Mariposa. J. W. Torney Proprietor. Mariposa, Feb. 28, 1861. WIRE BOPE ! BY ITS GREAT DURABILITY, IS Less than one-fourth the Cost of any Other Kind of Rope; It is 40 per ccnt. lighter 5 less than one lialf the diameter; anil is unaffected by change of weather. It is specially adapted for Hoisting and Winding purposes f.ir Guy Ropes, Ferry Ropes, Long Pump Ropes. &amp;c.,' &amp;c„ and three years trial under all circumstances, has prored the immense economy of its application. Scales of strengths and weights, and circulars forwarded by addressing the .Manufacturers, A. S. Haiiidie &amp; Co., 413 Clay Street, San Francisco. febs-3ms. Constable's Sale. BY VIRTUE of a judgment for $199 00 with_ 10 ! percent, interest thereon, from April 17th. ! 1860, uutil paid, and for costs of suit, rendered by | J. O. Lovejoy, then Justice of the Peace for Town I ship No. 3. Mariposa county, State of California, on the 23d day of April, 1860, and by ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 12 February 1861
February 22d, 1861, ....AT THE.... Town Hall, Coulterville. BALL will be given at Coulterville, Friday Evening, February 23d, on the occasion of the Birth-Pay of Washington. Every preparation will be made for the accommo elation and entertainment of those attending. MANAGERS: Mariposa. Bear Valley. J. P. Crippen, Geo. H. Crenshaw, Robert S. Miller, John Crockett, Alexander Peering, Poet. SlcCafTrey. L. A. Holmes, Jewet W. Adams. Hok.vi os. B« Oak Flat. Thomas Gates, Pr Goodnow. G. S. Negus, Win. Urick. Pox Pkdro. Clark's Point. John Huey. John Clark. Jacksonville, Horse Shoe B*sn&gt;. Ike Presler, W. H. Catline, Chas Peering, C. Lawson, La Grange. L. S. Anderson, Wm. Dickinson, G. W. Hoburn, Geo. R. Davis, Garotk. Chinese. J. Tannehill, Alex. StairG. Heed. Pavid Robinson. Montkzi ma—Paniel G Edgar. Coulterville. W. L. Smith Robert McKee. Poet. W. 1.. Thompson, John Robinson, J. F. Greeley, Kdw. C Bell. j Edward Smith, James Wilson. FLOOR MANAGERS. WALTER L. SMITH, PR. W. L. ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 12 February 1861
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP c O 3VT I s .A. IN" ' s STEAMSHIP CAPT. : : : Commander. Will Leave Folsom S. Wharf. ON THURSDAY : : : FEBRUARY 21 At 9 o'clock A. nr. FOR PANAMA. Passengers will be conveyed from Panama to Aspinwall by the Panama Railroad Company, and from Aspinwall to New York by the Atlantic and Pacific Steamship Company. FORBES &amp; BABCOCK, Agent*, Cor. Sacramento and LeidesdorfT Bt§. oct23. _ CHARLES F. ROBBINS, HIPOKTKR AXD DIALER IN 2Tope, presses, fJrintinfl JKatertal, M»3K©p © AMS @V&lt;S&gt;©!Ka No. 411 to 417 CLAY STREET, (Opposite Fra.xk Bakkr'B) febs.ly SAN FRANCISCO. B. B. HARRIS J *• CORCORAN. HARRIS &amp; CORCORAN, Attorneys and Counsellors-at-Law, Office—East side of Main Street, between Sixth an&lt;l Seventh, jans 2] OU/fl JPO 8 A a HZ Dissolution. THE Partnership heretofore existing between th» firm of Cilley &amp; Co., has been dissolved by mutual consent. Persons knowing themselves indebted to the above fir...
REPORT ..OF TBS.. Board of Supervisors MARIPOSA COUNTY. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 12 February 1861
REPORT ..OF TBS.. Board of Supervisors MARIPOSA COUNTY. Mariposa (o&gt;a}ette The Board of Supervisors of Mariposa 1 County, consisting of Messrs. Alexander McElroy, Jons W. Thomas, and Joiix 11. Worth, met in regular session, Monday the 4th day of February, A. D., 1861, and holding session until Thursday, February 7th, 1861, would respectfully present the following Report. 1 heir predecessors in office held an adjourned meeting (since their August Report), on the 9th and 10th of October, A. I)., 1860, for the purpose of ordering the Election, Establishing Precincts, &amp;c., and allowed the following accounts: Maouel F. Baralo, services a* Interpreter, S3 00 CTias. M. Benbrook. " " Constable, 74 50 Tlios.J. Byrne, services as Justice of the Peace, 34 00 A. C. Kelly, services as Constable, 55 30 J. A. Grandvionet, moving patients to County Hospital, m 15 00 Sulliran &amp; Co , merchandize for Jail, 30 75 M. B. Mingle, drilliag air holed in Jail and repairs 64...