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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 16 April 1861

San JFranctoca Stobertteetnents. commendation, not Only as *TTBct"of scientific skill, but that of humanity also. -About two years ago I suddenly, and from causes unknown to me, .was seized with a fit of Epilepsy, which, owing to mjr inability tp meet the expenses consequent upon a aorough medical treatment, and fhe discourage oent 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 i without the slightest warning ; and, although in ; sensible to the agonies, I yet despised the miseries of my life, and soon learned to look upon those who j would render assistance or shelter me from danger as enemies who sought to prolong the existence of ;my miseries. While in this state, and having, preI vions to my affliction, tasted the sweets of life, 1 ! once more was induced to attempt seeking aid of a | physician, and, by recommendation, called upon...

Publication Title: Mariposa Gazette
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 16 April 1861

j San JFrancisco afcijertiMments* M; R. HIIGIIKS, " SOI.E AG ENT FOR Phelan's Model Billiard Tables, California ant ©regon. I>A.TE3STT Combination Cushions, &c. Manufactory .and Salesroom 180 & 184, jUlontflotnerg Street, San Francisco. my 29.1 y MRS. WINSLOW, An experienced Nurse and Female Physician, presents to the attention of mothers, her SOOTHING SYRUP FOR CHILDREN TEETHING, Which greatly facilitates the process of teething, by softening the gums, reducing all inflammation— will allay all I'Ais and spasmodic action, and is Sure lo Regulate (lie Rowels. Depend upon it. mothers, it will givw rest to yourselves, and RELIEF AND HEALTH TO YOUR INFANTS. We have put up and sold this article for over ten years, and can say, in confidence and truth of it, what we have able to say of any oth J5 er medicine —Nkvek has it<£ {JFailed, in a SI.VI;i.K instance<4 WI \T C T nWQ G Tu VFICV A CURE, wh e lliloAiU ?? O timely used. Never did...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 7 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 16 April 1861

ffitgcellnneouß. Princeton Livery Stable. Baptlnte & Co .Proprietors GOOD SADDLE AND BUGGY HOR. I SES to let upon reasonable terms, it M ANIMATES kept by tbe DAY, WEEK MONTH, at rr«ionabl« ratM. Princeton, March sth, 1861. LIVERY STABLE. HORNTTOS. Junction of Main and High Streett. IIATTON & DAVIS,.. Proprietors. The subscriber" respect'ullv Informs the •jfSSfZ citizens of Hornitos and vicinity, that j ' * ' ' they huve opened a STABLE at the above ; uumed place, where they are prepared to furnish Good Saddle Animals To any one who desires anything in that line. Also HORSES AND BUGGIES that will com par a with the best in any Livery Stable. Easy and Safe Saddle Horses Tor Ladies. Animals groomed by the Day, Week or Month. Horses or Mules entrusted to our care, wilt receive strict attention, and will be faithfully attended to, A share of public patronage is respectfully solietj ted. *S,TKRMS REASONABLE. fbl2 j IL3J WlY™s¥lsliW» COULTER VILLE, 3. M. Egbert - - ...

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®he (Sazcttif [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 16 April 1861

®he (Sazcttif ....An exchange ha* the following as an excellent system of gardening for young ladies : Make up your be<ls early in the morning: sr,w buttons on your husbands' shirts; do not rake up any grierancies; protect the young and tender branches of your family; plant a smile of good temper in your face; and carefully root otif all angry feelings, and expect a good crop of happiness. ....A Roman citizen, addressing his son, aaid, " Com* with me to the Senate chamber, and fee how little wisdom it requires to gorern a nation."— (I'lay upon the words "California Legislature ) ... .Said a man to a little boy, strutting up Cornliill, with his cigar, before breakfast: "My boy. you would look better with bread and butter in your mouth, than with a cigar." '» I know it." said the urchin, " but it mould not be half so gloriout ....A man was lately brought before a magistrate charged with stealing a dead sheep; the magistrate dismissed the complaint, observing that there was ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 16 April 1861

EXCHANGE HOTEL Formerly the Otrrland Mail House.) Corner of Court and Mill Streets VI S ALIA. A. O. THOMS, Proprietor. fllllF. above House in still open for the accommodutiou of the Public, mul no puins will be .spa red to make it a First Class Hotel. The Proprietor has recently made larce additions to the Furniture of the House, and all the conveniences found in any of the best city houses can be had here on the most reasonable terms. [maro Metropolitan Hotel, Formerly the ' Rassette House,' SAN FRANCISCO. MR. E. I. ARMSTRONG, formerly of the St. Nicholas Hotel, has recently assumed j the proprietorship of this Popular Establishment. I'nder his supervision, many improvements have been made for the convenience and comfort of guests, and the House is particularly deserving o( patronage. Mr. Akmsrro.vg. while keeping the St. Nicholas, I was a deservedly popular Landlord with the business men of this region, by whom he will doubtless be patronized in his new location. Families can be a...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 16 April 1861

Sbberttssementa. | THE UNION Not DissolueM J. FT .lAS & CO., HAVE RETURNED TO HORNITOS. from San Francisco.with LARGEST and BEST l!^^HB1c # * T |i'« EI * ECTEI> STOCK OF £-^13^8^! Staple and Fancy DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING, Ever offered in this County. Comprising in part the following: Black & Fancy Silks; Frcnch & English Merinos All Wool aitd Cotton Plaids; Damasks, Flannels, Calicoes, &c. A full assortment of CARPETINGS. GENTLEMEN'S GOODS, i Of the finest and best quality, consisting of Clothing, Boots Shoes, Hats, Caps,&c Also a full assortment of Kid, Silk and Buck-Skin Gloves. All of which, together with every other article ' usually found in a l»ry <soods and Clothing Store, we ; offer for sale at prices which cannot fail to suit j ' purchasers. declS. | P. iII'SSET, J. A. MALI.OX. HUSSEY & CO., I HORNITOS, ! DEALERS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL IN 1 , PROVISIONS, j GROCERIES, Foreign &amp...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 16 April 1861

Safo=fHfll<s. LO Y E J O Y ~$T~CO?& STEAM SAW niLL, (Formerly Huiwj 'i Mill.) THIS Mill. IS I.OCATED IN THE BEST TIMBERED COUNTRY between the Merced and San Joaquin Rivers. Lumber of all Dimensions Sawed to order out of the beat Sugar Pine Timber. A large Stock of all kinds of Lumber kept constantly on hand at the Lumber Yard. Those wanting large lot* of Lumber, are particularly requested to examine the facilities for furnishing it. THE ROAD TO THE MILL. A Roail has been built from Mariposa, by the way ■ of Mormon Bar, to this Mill, over which a load may ' be drawn as large as can be taken from Mariposa to i any point below. The Proprietors of this Mill are prepared to furnish EVERY DESCRIPTION OK LUMBER AT THE SHORTEST NOTICE an.f at REASONABLE PRICES, j RaTES OF TOIJ. on J 0. I.ovejy fc Co 'a Road, i leading from Morinon bar to the ('liowchillas—as es tahtished by the Board of Supervisors, August 9th, | 1860. 2 liorse, mule or ox team, loaded, 50c. empty 25....

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 16 April 1861

CHAS. F. MacOERMOTT, CHRIS. KERRINS iM'IftMTT & c®.» Fire-Proof Building, Main Street, Mariposa. HAVE NOW ON HAND AND OFFER FOR SALE, THE Largest, best Selected and most complete assortment Of General 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. "WE BTJ'ST A3STD SELL FOR CASH. The many advantages to be derived from business conducted on Cnsll Principle*, need not be j repeated Purchasers of Goods will find it to their advantage to call and see our HEAVY PALL, STOCK Before making their purchases elsewhere. We can confidently assert, without fear of contradiction that we can and will sell Goods IS 1-J# per cent, cheaper THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE in this section of country: OUR STOCK CONSITS IN PART OF GROCERIES, FINE AND HEAVY CLOTHING, PROVISIONS, BOOTS AND SHOES, MINING TOOLS, DUCKS, DRILLS, HARDWARE, BLANKETS, CUTLERY, CASS I MERES, 0U EE NSW ARE, S ATT IN E...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 16 April 1861

A CARD ..FOR THE.. SPRING AND SUMMER CLOTHING TRADE ....0F.... SAN FRANCISCO. Badger & Lindenberger, Nos. 411, 413, an* 415, Cor. Herchant and Battery Streets, SAW FRANCISCO. Importers and Wholesale Dealers! Entire New and Fresh Stock WOULD CALL THE ATTENTION OF COUNTRY MERCHANTS To our unusually large Stock of Goods. Our stock com prises every article in the Clothing and Furnishing Line. • We have constantly on hand the largest stock and greatest variety of CaSSIMERE, WOOL and i STRAW HATS, of any house in the city, and our prices for these Goods are less than those of any other house; as we receive them direct from the manufacturer, on CONSIGNMENT. Our Stock of Spring and Summer Goods Is particular.y attractive. and the great feature to the COUNTRY MERCHANT is the unusually low price—less than the cost of importation. We also keep the STAPLE ARTICLES in the DRY GOODS LINE, which Goods we have purchased in this market under the Hammkk, and are offering them at Xcw York ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 16 April 1861

JHaripaaa tttofacttoement. SULXivan & CO., GEMOTE STOKE, in ai h Street* Mariposa. Importers and Dealers in PROVISIONS, GROCERIES, FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC WINES AND LIQUORS, HAVANA SEGARS, Dry Goods, Clothing;, Boots, HARDWARE, M I IST 11ST <3- TOOLS, And a general Variety of articles suited to tlie want* or a Mining and Farming community, which we will sellat LOWER RATES FOR CASH, than any other establishment in the Southern Mines. 49-Havl»g a Branch House In San Kranrlaco. 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. I'urchasers are invited to call and examine our Stock and Trices. (g-AII Orders promptly nttoiirted to and particular attention paid to the SAKE AND SPEEDY DELIVERY OK GOODS in this and neighboring Towns. WE HAVE ALSO A BRANCH HOUSE AT COULTERSYILLE, ITlaxwellS Creek, Wiiere our business is conducted on the same general principles. s3O-ml7 i...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 7 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 16 April 1861

Btg ®o<rt> Starts. An entire Stock of Dry Goods KELUHG OFF AT COST! Store on Main Street, Hornitoa, nearly opposite the Plaza. THE underlined would inform the public that from MARCH Ist to MAY Ist, she will dispose of her large stock of Millinery, Ladies' Dress Goods, Men's Clothing, of all qualities, Fancy Articles, Furnishing Goods, 4tc>, AT ORIGINAL COST IN SAN FRANCISCO. a?-' The stock in very large, and all, particularly ladies, are invited to examine It. Mrs. Lucena Roger*. Hornilos, March sth, 1861. FOREIGN & DOMESTIC DRY GOODS ..AND.. CLOTHING EMPORIUM ? Fire-Proof Block, Main St., Aext Door to Welti, Fargo tt Co.'t Eipreu. T lEBNAN A CO/, Mariposa, having' JLi greatlv enlarged their Store, are now prepared, to offer to tiie Trade, at the VERY IA>WEST MAKKE* PRICES, the Largeat and Best Selected Mori ..OF.. Spring & Summer Clothing: Ever imported into this region, comprising in par? the following: Black &...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 23 April 1861

" " VOL. 6. MARIPOSA, CAL., TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL '23, 1861. NO 42.

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The Silent Girl. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 23 April 1861

The Silent Girl. She seldom spake; yet she imparted Far more than language could— So birdlike, bright, and tender-hearted, So natural and good I Her air, her look, her rest, her actions, Were voice enough for her : Why need a tongue, when those attractions Our inmost hearts could stir? She seldom talked, but, uninvited, Would cheer us with a song; And oft her hands our ears delighted, Sweeping the keys along. And oft when converse round would languish, Ask'd or unasked, she read Some tale of gladness or of anguish, And so our evenings sped. She seldom spake : but she would listen With all the signs of soul ; Her cheek would change, her eye would glisteu; The sigh—the smile—upstole Who did not understand and love her, With meaning thus o'erfraught • Though silent as the sky above her, hike that, she kindled thought. Little she spake; but dear attentions From her would ceaseless rise ; She checked our wants by kind preventions, She husli'd the children's crie.-; And, twining, she woul...

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A Cool Fiddler. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 23 April 1861

A Cool Fiddler. The New Orleans Picayune tells the atory of the anagging o a steamboat, with l.er owner un board, wAo was y foni of playing oa the violion. The captain.VAot. and engineer were in the cabin playing card* oue day, when her bow struck a snag with a [ force that put a hole in her as big an a hogshead.— The shock upaet the faro bank and those leathered around it, and caused a general confusion and con- i Kteruatiou among all except the owner, who, having j righted hiuiself in his chair, re-coinmeuced his tune where he had left off, and went on as though nothing had happened. '•She's a sinking!" shouted an Arkansas man, dressed in a hickory bark coat, who was making his i way out of the cabiu with a pair of saddle bags on i liis arm. ' Tomahawk me if she ain't a sinking, I jsure." j 1 The owner heard it, but fiddled away as unconcern- ■ < ed as Nero at the burning of Rome. 'Three feet of water in the hold! Run old Buz zard ashore, if you can !" shouted the capta...

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Do Right. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 23 April 1861

Do Right. Xo matter what another does, Do right yourself I Do not stand ami cower ami fear The dreaded world will laugh and jeer, Scorn all such peril I Stand, with your forehead to the blast, Stand, with your bosom to the storm, Stand, till he tempest all is pant, With proud, erect, unshaken form ! The foes of Right in vain may try Your course to stay ; Never with treinbliug heart say 44 die," But say the nobler words, u I'll try," And win the day !

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The Origin of the Pearl. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 23 April 1861

The Origin of the Pearl. A dew drop falling on the wild sea wave, Exclaimed in fear, —•• I perish in this grave." But in a shell received, that drop of dew • Unto a pearl of marvelous beauty grew, | And haply now the grave did magnify I Which thrust it forth, as it had feared—to die; | Until again, 44 I perish quite," it said. Torn by rude diver from its ocean bed, I Oh, unbelieving !so it came to gleam Chief jewel in a monarch's diade n. s L-LE—LM? ! Ixfaxticide.—South Carolina destroying the buoys. | ....Mrs. Mobled, the wile of a respectable man in I/vansport, Ind., eloped last week, with Frank McCarty, a horse doctor. 44 Ah ! who had seen that mobled queen !" Wise in his own Conceit.—Thinking he can take | Washington. A Toast.—Woman ; she requires no eulogy—she speaks for herself! ....A flock of birds flying over the heads of two city merchants, one of them exclaimed, 44 How hap- | : py these creatures are; they have no acceptances to : p a y!>» 44 You are mistaken," ...

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The Irishman. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 23 April 1861

The Irishman. There was a lady lived in Leilh, A lady very stylish, man, And yet, in spite of all her teeth, She fell in love with tin Irishman, A na>ty T ugly Irishman. A wild, tremendous Irishman, A tearing, sweariug, thumping, bumping, ranting, roaring Irishman. His face was no ways beautiful. For with small-pox 'twas scarred across: And the shoulders of the ugly dog Were almost doubled a yard across. O, the lump of an Irishman, The whisky devouring Irishman— The great lie-rouge with his wonderful brogue, the ' lighting, rioting Irishman. I One of his eyes was bottle green. And the other eye was out, my dear ; And the calves of his wicked looking lega Were more than two feet about, my dear. O, the great big Irishman, The rattling, battling Irishman, The stamping, ramping, swaggering staggering, leathering swash of au Irishman. He took so much of Lundy foot. That he used to short and snullle—O, And in shape and size the fellow's neck Was as bad as the neck of a buffalo,...

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The Force of Volcanoes. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 23 April 1861

The Force of Volcanoes. ! Cotopaxi, in 1730, threw its fiery rockets 3,000 above its crater, while in 1744 the blazing mass struggling for an outlet, roared so that its awful voice wan heard a distance of more than six hundred miles.— In 1797 the crater of Tanguragua, one of the great ' peaks of the Andes, flung out torrents of mud, which j dammed up rivers, opened new lakes, and in valleys j of a thousand feet wide made deposits six feet deep. ' The stream from Vesuvious which, in 1737, passed 1 through Torry del Greco, contained nearly thirty four ; million cubic feet of solid matter; and, in 1794, when I Torry del Greco was destroyed a second time, the mass of lava amounted to forty-five millions of cu I bic feet. j In 1679 the crater of Etna poured forth a flood ; that covered over eighty square miles of surface, and 1 measured one hundred millions of cubic feet. On j this occasion the sand and scoria: formed the Monte Kossi. near Nicolosi, a cone two miles in circumfer ence and...

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