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My Familiar. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 24 December 1861
My Familiar. BY JOHN G. SAXE. Eect ilerum Critpinus ! Again I hear that creeking step 1 He's rappiug at the door ! Too well I know that boding sound That ushers in a bore. 1 do not tremble when I mett The stoutest of my fo*»s. But Heaven defend me from the friend Who comes—but never goes. He drops into my easy chair, And asks about the news ; He peers iuto my manuscript, And gives his candid views ; He tells me where he likes the line, And where he's forced to grieve ; He takes the strangest liberties— But never takes his leave! He reads my daily paper through Before I've seen a word : He scans the lyric (that I wrote), And thinks it quite absurd ; He calmly smokes my last cigar, And coolly asks for more; He opens everything he sees— Except the entry ! He talks about his fragile health, And tells me of the pains He suffers from a score of ills Of which he ne'er complains; And how Le struggled once with Death To keep the fiend at bay ; On themes like those away he goes— But never goe...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 24 December 1861
$roftS9tonal Carts. FRANCIS GILTNER, justice of tiie peace. oct] OFFICE—Lower Acta Fru. 22] JOHW G. McCULLOUGH, 3ttornco anto Counsellor It ILafo, Court House Building, MARIPOSA. feb2B ; t). A. MERKITT ALKX. DKERIXG MERRITT&amp;DEERING Attorneys at Law, MARIPOSA, CAL. Office on Sixtii, between Main and Biliion Sts. Will attend to all Civil business entrusted to them throughout the 13th District. £«-vlr. \lEUKirr willatteudto Criminal business | as heretofore. ALEX. DEERlNG—District Attorney and NotaKY PII'LIC. novB. JOHSf CORCORAN, - Attorney and Counsellor-at-Law, Office—East side of Main Street, between Sixth and Seventh, SM A W a F © § JA „ Notary Public for Mariposa County* [jaus:-'y H-3Z. HOLTOIST, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, t] © @ ill 9 7 0 3 . In connec'ion with the duties of his office, will execute all legal Documents. Bonds. Mortgages. Conveyances, Epistolary Correspondence, &amp;c. on. short no. tice. dec 4. Dli RICHARD M'CAFFREI, "OSO HOUSE," BEAR VALLEY. d 24...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 24 December 1861
hotels aoto Saloons. &lt;'IIALLE\(«Ii SALOOS ! Corner of Main and Fifth Streets, MARIPOSA. Gregory &amp; Howell, Proprietors. rpIIE ABOVE SALOO.V Contains two of Phelan's First Claii billiard tables. With the Patent Combination Cushion®, which will be kept in perfect order aud under the personal superintendence of the Proprietors, who will be on hand at all hours to wait upon their customers. THEBAR Will be kept supplied with LIQUORS AND WIN'ESof the finest quality, aud HAVANA CIGARS of the choicest brands. The subscriber* will spare no pains or expen«e to make their Saloon every way worthy of public patronage. nvl9 A. J. GRE.ORY, T. P. HOWELL. The Alhambra! Main Street, Mariposa. J. W. Torney Proprietor. Mariposa, Feb. 28, 1861. Court (gjtcl)ftnge, 3, ©ma Informs his friends and the Public that he has removed to BELL'S "ADOBE," Where they can find all kinds of WINES, LIQUORS AND SGGARS. V. R BKDS can be secured at all times.— me a cail and see. [fb7. Arcade Billiard...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 24 December 1861
(Coultebtlle €l)c (Irxcl)ange, POWERS &amp; FARREL : : Proprietors Saloon on Soutfj Sttie of fHam St., COULTERVILLE, Wines and Liquors, of the best quality. FANCY AND ICED DRINKS. H WAN A 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 he can befound at THE OLD STAND, of which he is now the sole proprietor, and is prepared to accommodate all who ma} 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 ! 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 BILLIARD SALOON. South si., Ne...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 24 December 1861
Bis ©aft iN at an * ear YOSEMITE"HOTEL, BIG OAK FLAT. &gt; C. LABETOrRE, Proprietor. THIS House is id all respects in the most perfect order, and (rnests will find here every accommodation of » FIRST CLASS HOTEL. MEAIJj furnished at all hours of the day, and every attention paid the traveling public. I 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 "SONOKA STABLE" At either of which animals . will be kept by the DAY, WEKK 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 Dai y Line of Stogesj 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 rirr vena, $4. The attention of the community to the above is ...
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ksdfjsdklfjsklfjskfljs ©lie Oi&gt;a?ette JAS. 11. LAWREJI'CE, Associate Editor. COUNTY OFFICAI, PRESS. TUESDAY MORNING. DSCTBER 2i. Mr* ™ ol,r only authorized Agent in San Francisco to receive Advertisements, receipt for the same, and to transact business generally for the Maripos\ Gazette. Office, No. 171*4. j Washington street, nearly opposite McGuire's Opera , House. Jefferson M. Shannon is authorized to obtain Subscriptions, Collect Accounts and do business for the Mariposa Gazettk in Fresno County. ....The streets ,in Sacramento have "dried up," and work has been recommenced on the new Capitol. ....Dan Showalter and the party taken with him, are confined at Fort Yuma, which post, it is said, will be made the receptacle of California rebels. ....Dr. Ober, a well knowu physician in Stockton, died on Tuesday last, from the effects of a dose of a mixture of Corrosive Sublimate, taken by mistake. We are under obligations to Smith &amp; Afpley for a juvenile porker, a...
Eastern News. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 24 December 1861
Eastern News. CONGRESSIONAL INTELLIGENCE. To the U. S Senate, Scxnek (the amiable but sickly Charles) has been presenting petitions asking for the Emancipation of slaves, under the war power. Senator Nesmith introduced a bill to provide for the protection of emigration to California. Referred to the Committee on Territories. Qcincy, 111., Dec. 11th.—There was a debate in Congress yesterday afternoon—in the House of Rep reseutatives principally—on the suspension of the writ of habeas corpus. Petitions against the suspen sion of the writ were tabled—lo3 against 36—in both houses. Etheridge, Clerk of the House, received a letter from Tennessee, stating that the rebel leaders had began to impress Union men, who were fleeing to Kentucky for protection. A resolution was introduced in the lower House by Blai:(, of Missouri, eulogising Gen Lyon. Ii passed. Lansing's resolution in relation to the return of fugitive slaves came up. Thaddecs Stevens and Lovejoy made radical speeches, and censu...
ID IE 3D = [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 24 December 1861
ID IE 3D = In Hornitos, December 16th, IS6I, of Consumption, ALBERT LEWIS, aged 10 years. In Hornitos, December 17th, 18G1, SAMUEL DELLIKER, aged 36 years. At the County Hospital, December 17th, 1861, HENRY JOHNSON, a native of Rotterdam, Germany, aged about 40 years. In Virginia City, on the 13th inst., of paralysi., GEORGE N. SHAW, late of San Francisco.
[WKITTEJf FOR THE MARIPOSA O»ZETTB ] THE MASK. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 24 December 1861
[WKITTEJf FOR THE MARIPOSA O»ZETTB ] THE MASK. BY JEAN I. BRUCE. •* 1 have heard of jour paintings, too. Well. Enough, God hath given you one face, and you make You rue lv e». another."—Hamlet. T worship'd my love aa an idol bright, Till I saw her dress for a Ball, one-night; She blackened her brown to mi it her taste. And whiten'd her skin with a Know like pa«te; With a rose hue she daintily color'd her cheek, And pouted her lips as if going to apeak. Then over their purple lines ahe shed The deepest glow of a cherry red. And soon ahe stood in the clear wax I'ght, A radiant creature—an angel bright. Oh ! treacherous door to stand ajar, And show me the cheat of my bo«om v a atar; Yet, I could not my eyes from the arti«t ke*&gt;p, Tho' the t aitor I play'd—as I played "b» peep." This could not be she. I had U»*em'd as fair As the mo beams coursing the azure air. .She wa« a'wavs so ami ibla, quiet, ani mill— A sweet Fairy Queen —a meek woman child; I had prize*) ao high, aa a ...
Sonora Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 24 December 1861
Sonora Correspondence. Sonora, Dec. 18tli, 1861. Sir. Editor :—There ia perhaps no one where your paper circulates, who feels any interest in the great City of Sonora. Why should they ? The notes of prosperity have long since ceased to be sounded abroad about us; so that the adventurer who would better his fortunes by change, casta his eye around and never pauses in its search for one moment as it rests upon Sonora. There is nothing attractive there. The landscape is bounded in its view and drear in its aspect. Business haa gone where its stream runa broader and deeper, or rushes more awiftly, like a mountain torrent. Intellect givea no feasts; the drama fiuds no show board; and the scin filiations of wit are of the bar-room order. Enterprise, that once took fortune upon trust, and urged ita car swiftly on with the spur of hope, slackened in its pace like a horse overdriven, groped feebly on for a little while amidst increasing darkness, and at length fell dead by the way-side. Its ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 24 December 1861
ftcfo a-hir JTasl)iou Saloon ! Browiifield &amp; Boies Proprietors. Main Street, Hornitos, Next door to the Express Office. Wines, Liquors and Cigars of tlie best quality. The Saloon also contains a Number One BILLIARD TABLE, Plie'an's Patent Cushions; which is at the service of patrons. BROWNFI Bf .n..r and BOTES. Hornitos, Dec. 24, 1861. -Raffle ! Baffle! This Afternoon and Evening FOR TURKEYS &amp; CHICKENS ..AT.. YAN DYKE'S dc 24. THE COSMOPOLITAN BARBER SHOP .. AXD.. BATHING SALOON, Second Door from the Plaza, HORNITOS. J. J. ADAMS PROPRIETOR. I!ot and Cold Baths AT ALL HOURS. Shaving, Shampooing &amp; Hair-Dressing performed in the best style. tgUPartieular attention paid to traveled Hornitos, Dea. 24, 1801.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 24 December 1861
fttfo ;pi)crtiscincnts---£O-i)ai! DRY GOODS" EMPORIUM. MAIN STREET, HOKMTOS. lIS. L. ROGKRS, Denier in nvcry description of Dry Goods, Ladies Dress Goods, Millinery and Fancy Goods, Boots, Shoes, llats, Caps, Gentlemen's Clotlilng, &amp;c. An extennire stuck of which is now on lisotl and will be constantly replenished fr»ra San Francisco an 1 will be sold at reasonable rate.. 4S-The attention of I/idiea is particularly directed to the well selected Stock of MILLINERY DRESS, aud FINCY GOODS. Hornitos, Dec. 24, 1861. "STATE OF CALIFORNIA. IN JUSTICES' COURT for the Third Township, in the County of Fresno. The PenpltJ of the Slate of California to HENRY MA NNS, Greeting: You are hereby summoned to appear before me at my office, in Scottsburgh. in said county, on the 4th day of January, A D. 1862, at 2 o'clock, in the af ternoon, to answer the complaint of Peter B. O'Neil, upon an accouut filed, whereon a balance remains due. of Sixty-Two Dollars and Eighty Seven Cents, for hogs...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 24 December 1861
Christmas Ball! B-VIjL« WILL BE GIVKK AT CONCERT HALL, MARIPOSA CHRISTMAS EVE, Tuesday Evening, December 24tli. &gt;61 jfj-Tfoe Public are generally invited to attend. Committee of Arrangements. W. T. ARBERRY.. A, J. GREGORY.. A. M. SWANEY MANAGERS: C. KERRINS, J. S. BATES, H. DIMOND. J. W. WILCOX, J. D. CRIPPEN, THOS. GATES, AI.EX. DEERING, S. G. BROWNFIELD HARVEY WILLIAMS, S- W. CONKLIN, ROBT. KILLGORE, JOHN McNAIR, Floor Managers : R. S. MILLER S. A. MERRITT. TICKET? -$5,00. Fruit Trees! Fruit Trees! STOCKTON NURSERY, West &amp; Bro Proprietors. AS THE SEASON IS APPROACHING for Transplanting of Trees, ke , we beg to call the attention of the Public and those interested in beautifying their grounds to our EXTENSIVE STOCX OF Fruit and Ornamental Trees Evergi ecus, . Shrubbery, Rose, &amp;c. A fine collection of FOREIGN GRAPES. Also the HARPY AMERICAN GRAI'ES. STRAW BERRIES, RASPBERRIES. LAWTON BLACKBERRY, ENGLISH and AMERICAN GOOSBERKIES. New varieties of CU...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 24 December 1861
Chas. R. Bowen &amp; Bro., Hunter street, Stockton. BOWES BRO., Corner California and Montgomery Street!, S-A_XsT FRANCISCO, WHC LESALG A RETAIL ....DEALERS 1N.... FANCY &amp; STAPLE GROCERIES &amp; PROVISIONS Household Ulcmils &amp;c. California Produce, BOOTS, SHOES, AND © [LCD EQ&lt;3a PARTIES FROM MARIPOSA visiting Stockton, will find it greatly to their advantage to call and examine our large Stock, which we offer for Cash at 10 per cent, lower than any other House in 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, consisting 'n part of the following: SUGAR —Barrels crashed Sugar ; Barrels New Orleans Sugar ; Barrels Refined Sugar • Mats China Sugar ; Mats Calcutta Sugar ; Bar Sugar, kc., for sale bv C. R. BOWEN &amp; BRO. Flour. Meal, &amp;c. Barrels Alviso Floor, Barrels Golden Gate Flour, ...
tThf fcette L [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 24 December 1861
tThf fcette L REPUBLICAN COUNTY CENTRAL COMMITTEE. B. F. Bacmian, Mariposa. Jahks Pcttit Mariposa. C'HAS. Perkuot Mormon Bar. A. H. Washburn, Bridgeport. R. T. Williams, Mormon Bar J. C. Horrnß, Bear Valley. Tern?" ui t'.ie District Com £ of the I3th Judicial District Merced.—Fourth Monday of January, May and Sepieinber. Stanislaus.--First Monday of February, June and October. Froino.-Third Monday of February, June aod October. Tulare.—Fourth Monday of February, June and October. Mariposa.— Second Monday of March, July and November.
EASTERN INTELLIGENCE! [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 24 December 1861
EASTERN INTELLIGENCE! St. Locis, Dec. 14th.—A great fire has occurred in Charleston, South Carolina, which has laid ona half of the city in ruins. The Catholic Cathedral of that city is destrojed. The fire and ruin is attributed to incendiarism on the part of the slaves, who are said to be in a state of insurrection. .... A battle took place at Pocahontas, near Cheat Mountain, VV, on the 12th, between seven hundred Federal troops uuder thecoinm .nd of Colonel Milroy, and two thousand Rebels under General Johnsc n — The b:ittle resulted in the killiug of two hundred Rebels and thirty Federals. The victory of the latter is complete. St. I,oiiB, Dec. 15th —John Hogan, a Secessionist, and late Postmaster of this city, has been arrested on the charge of embeizlement while in office. ....We have nothing further in relation to the battle in Western Virginia. ....The privateer Sum'.er, carrying the American flag, Las captured and burnt the brig Joseph Park. ....We have nothing from the Poto...
Port Royal Fight. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 24 December 1861
Port Royal Fight. FLAG OFFICER DUPONT'S REPORT. Flag Ship Wabash, off Hilton Hkad, ) Port Royal liabor. Nov. Bth, 1861. f The lien. Gideon Welles, Secretary of the -Vary, Washington. Sir : I hare the honor to inform yon that yesterday I attacked the batteries of th* enemy on Bay Point and Hilton Head ami Forts Walker and Beauregard. and succeeded in silencing them after an engagement of four hours duration, and driving the squadron of rebel steamers, under Commander Tat tia 11. The reconnoisance of yesterday made all satisfied with the superiority of Fort Walker, and* to that I directed mv especial efforts, engaging it at a distance of 800 and after ward* at 600 yards. But the plan of the attack brought the squadron sufficiently near Fort Beauregard to receive its fire, and the ships were frequently fighting the batteries on both sides at the same time. The action was began on my part at twenty-six minutes after nine, and at half past two the American ensign was hoisted on the Hag s...