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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 30 April 1861
« Jefferson M. Shannon is authorized to obtain Subscription*, Collect Account* and do business for the Mariposa Gazette in Fresno County. We arc again compelled to defer several new advertisement* until our next ia*ue. ....Miramon. late Pre»ideut of Mexico, was in Havana at last accounts, on hi* war to Paris. fS We are indebted to Hon. A. J. Gregory, our esteemed Assemblyman, for numerous favors. Tlie members of the legislature have bad no pay for the past three weeks No fundi in the Treasury .The fine Stallion " Billy Blane," belonging to the Armxc Bros., Merced county, broke his leg last week, and in consequence had to be shot. The exports of this State from April Ist to the 18th, other than mouey, was in value over three fourths of a million. ....At V'aliceto, Wednesday, of last week, two men, Wilds and Reese, fought. Reese was shot through the skull, and Wilds through the body. The Sacr mento Union is in favor of changing the time of State election, from September to .Tune. An I...
CARD. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 30 April 1861
CARD. I would tender my thanks to Gill N'egus, Foreman of Horuitos Hook &amp; ladder Company; alio, to Sam McClatcuy, Justice Tongs, and many others in that place, for their energetic assistance in preserving my property from destruction by fire, Friday evening last. A. D. McLEXNAN. Hornitos, April 29th, 1861.
SPECIAL NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 30 April 1861
SPECIAL NOTICE. All persons indebted to N. Oppenheim, Bear Valley, will settle their accounts with J S. Bates, o that place, who is authorized to receive dues and receipt therefor. Immediate settlement is necessary, as the business heretofore conducted by the under signed Is closed. N. OI'I'EXHEIM. Bear Valley, April 20th. ap23. Roman Eyk Balsam.—Any accident or disease that would weaken and inflame the eyes, and perhaps destroy the sight, must he considered one of the most terrible afflictions that could befal one. There are, however, a numerous class peculiarly exposed to this dreadful calamity, such as miners, operatives in metals, and other mechanics, who, from the nature of their employments, are compelled to work in a cloud of dust and grit. Such persons should never be without this Balsam—it acts like magic in allaying irritation and inflammation ; a few applications perfect the cure.
MllS. WIN SLOW, [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 30 April 1861
MllS. WIN SLOW, 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 reliei and health to your infants. Perfectly safe in all c ee advertisement in another column.
Proceedings of the Democratic State Central Committee. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 30 April 1861
Proceedings of the Democratic State Central Committee. The Democratic State Centra] Committee met in San Francisco on Tuesday, April 2d, 1861. The Committee was called to order by Charles I.lnd ley. Chairman, and the roll of members called by the Secretary, and thirty five member* answered to their names. The following resolutions were unanimously adopted: Resolved, That a Democratic State Convention be held in Sacramento City, on Tuesday, the 11th day of June, a. v., 1861, for the purpose of nominating candidates for different State offices, to be voted for on the first Wednesday of September, 1860, and the different counties be entitled to the following number of delegates, based upon half of the combined vote cast for Thomas Kind ley in 1859, and Breckinridge Klectors in 1860—giving one delegate for each one hundred and fifty votes, an 1 one for the fraction of fifty or over, and one for the county : Alameda 6,San 4 Amador HjSan Diego 3 Butte lljSan Francisco 26 Calaveras 18, San...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 30 April 1861
JJcto |Übcrtiscmcnts--(£a-bag DR. BASSETT'S UNITED STATES CIRCUS! This newly organized and talented TROUPE OF EQUESTRIENNE and ACROISATIC PERFORMERS will exhibit in Hornltos, Tuesday Evening. April 30, MARIPOSA, WEDNESDAY, May Ist, and Bear Valley, May 2d, 1861. FREE EXHIBITION: Blondonic Feat! Grand 4sceiisioti upon a Single Wire, By MRS. AYHAR, previous* to the commencement of th* Arenic Performance. FREE TO ALL* Admission to PaviUion - $1,00; Children, Half-price. WM. rRIPHAM, April 30, IS6I. Advance Agent. ~STATE OF CALIFORNIA, ) COUNTY UK MEKCEI). /88 Know ai.l men' by these presents, tb»t i, Agnus Robinson, of said County, Wife of James Robinson, residing in the Town of knelling, in the County of Merced, and State aforesaid, do hereby declare and make known my intention to carry on business on my own account, and in my own name, as Sole Trader, in pursuance of an act of the Legislature of the State of California, entitled, "An Act to authorize Married Women to transact busines...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 30 April 1861
fttto §btetisemtnts--®a-taß Maykeffer Hornitos Brewery N. Piequet, - - - Proprietor. _ fThe citizens of Hornitos and vicinity are informed thnt I have opened a Imager Beer Saloon and Brewery on Main street. where will always be found the be»t quality of LAGER BEER. The Proprietor in the only periion in the Southern country who manufacture* the genuine FRENCH PATENT CIDER A delightful beverage for the summer daja. apr3o. RUSSELL MILL DUCK! (From No. l-O to U-O,) FOR HYDRAULIC MINIM, Guaranteed Equal, if not Superlor, to LAWRENCE DUCKWF ARE XOW IV REGULAR RECF.IIT OF this favorite brand of I hick br almost every j Clipper Ship, and are satisfied, if it is jfiven a trial by ■ the trad a that has been buying heretofore the law ! rence Duck ezclusively, will give satisfaction. For sale by— Janson, Bond &amp; Co., Corner Battery and Clay St*, San Francisco. ap3o-3m. II neks &amp; Lambert's CELEBRATED PATENT H. &amp; L. AXLE-GREASE. THE SUBSCRIBERS HAVE TflE PLEASUR...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 30 April 1861
DRY GOODS! DRY GOODS!! N. OPPENHEIM, HORNITOS, I« dow prepared to engage in the 1 Summer Campaign Spring and Summer Goods, Which in extent and variety cannot be mrpassed in this market. The public are invited to examine our assortment, which constat* in part of Ladies' Dress Goods, Latest styles of I SILKS, LAWKS, BERAGES, |FANCY GOODS; ! EMBROIDERY, GLOVES, GAITERS, j PLATS, BONNETS, SHAWLS, Ac. GENTS' CLOTHING, I Coats, Pants, Vests, Ilats, Caps, Boots fc shoes. All of which, together with every other variety ol FANCY, DOMESTIC and STAPLE DRY GOODS, will be sold at prices Lower than any other Store in this county. Hornitos, April 23d, 1861. StNicljolas Saloon Main treet "Hornitos. Thos. Gate*, Proprietor. mHB BEST OP LIftUORS, WISES, ALE, PORTER, and all beverages desirable to the thirsty and wayworn. Saloon just below the office of Well*, Fargo k Co., upon the opposite side. Hornitos, Nov. 13. 1800. M. L. BIRD'S Saddle and Harness Depot, Hunter Street, Stoekton. 1 AM now receivin...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 30 April 1861
Chas. R. Bowen &amp; Bro., Hunter street, Stockton. BOWEI BRO., Corner California and Montgomery Streets, SAN PEANCISCO, WHOLESALE &amp; RETAIL ....DEALERS 1N.... FANCY &amp; STAPLE GROCERIES &amp; PROVISIONS Household Utensils, dec. California Produce, boots, shoes, AND (3 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 10 Stockton as we have a.Store in San Ftancisco and nurchase our Goods at Imparted prices: We have now in store and daily receiving Good* selected with care from recent importations, consisting in part of the following: Sl'GAll—Barrels crushed Sugar ; Barrels New Orleans Sugar ; Barrels Refined Sugar ; Mats China Sugar ; Mats Calcutta Sugar ; Bar Sugar, fee., for sale by C. R. BOWEN fe BRO, Flour, Meal, &amp;c. Barrels Alviso Flour, Barrels Golden Gate Flour, Barrels City Mills. Buckwheat. Ry...
fecttc [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 30 April 1861
fecttc Atlantic Items—by Pony Fort Sumpter attacked. The Port Surrendered to the Confederate States 9 Army* St. Ixjuis, April 15th—a. it. After a command by General Beauregard for the surrender of Fort Sumter. Friday noon, aud a refusal by Major Anderson, an attack was made by the Confederate Army. Anderson replied by firing at Fort Moultrie and Morris Island. A brisk cannonading was kept upon both sides, that afternoon. At even tag the walls of Fort Sumter were much battered and breaches made. The shells from Moultrie and Morris Island did much execution. Two of Ander«on*s magazines exploded, being fired into by hot abell. There was great excitement at Charleston, und the wharves were lined with people. United states ships were in offing too late to get over the bar, the tide ebbiug. The roof of the barracks was in a sheet of flame. Eleven shots from Sumter pen. etrated the floating battery be!ow the water line.— Shots from Sumter also knockcd over the chimneys of officer*' quarter...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 30 April 1861
NOTICE. All persons are forbidden CUTTING WOOD on the 44 Las Mariposas " Estate, or taking Wood from the same without permission. All trespassers will be prosecuted. T. W. PARK. Mariposa. March 12, 1861. State Items. FRENCH, WILSON &amp; CO., MAKE THE BEST CLOTHING Furnishing Goods—all Kinds. Retailing for Cash at Wholesale Prices. THE LARGEST AND BEST STOCK OF Clothing, Furnishing Cioods, Trunks, Valises, Carpet Bags, Umbrellas, Etc. Etc. TO RE Found in any Retail House in California. Goods suitable for traveling purposes in any climate FRENCH, WILSON &amp; CO.. Ncx* donr to the What Cheer House. And No. 333 Montgomery Street, near California, in Tucker's Building, San Francisco. Manufacturing Establishment, No. 102 Libfrty street, New York. P. S.—Measures taken for Goods from our House j in New York, and delivered to any part of this State without charge. febl9 ly Phoenix Works! JONATHAN KITTREDGE,.. Proprietor &lt; OF j Fire Proof Doors, Shutters, Hank Vau...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 30 April 1861
ffltscellnneous. PACIFrCMAILITEAMMP COMPANY'S jg&amp;Sm steamship AGE CAPT. WATKINS : : Commander. Will Leave Folsom S. Wharf. ON WEDNESDAY: : : : : : MAY 1 At 9 o'clock A. FOR PANAMA. Passengers will be conveyed from Pnnninn In Aspinwall by tliB Panama Railroad Compnnv, and from Aspinwall to New York by the Atlantic and Pacific Steamship Company. FORBES &amp; BABCOCK, Agents. Cor. Sacramento and l.eidesdorff Sts. ; oct23. ' HICE &amp; WILSON'S LIISTE OF TRI-WEBKLT STAGES . Prom Visalia to Hornitos. . THE Proprietors of tliin Lite, having completed : their arrangements, will run regularly, every j j other day from Visalia to Hornitos, passing through ! Scottsburg and Millerton. and connecting at Hornitos I | with Fisher k Co.'* Stages for Stockton. Sacramento i and tlie Hoats for San Francisco, and all the different stage lines running to aud from Mariposa, Jamestown, Sonnra and Columbia. leaves Hornitos on alternate days for Visalia, connecting with the Sout...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 30 April 1861
£&gt;an JFranctsco j Staple and Fancy DRY GOODS, E X RECENT ARRIVALS, ....FOR SALE 8Y..., J ARSON, BOND A CO.. Corner Clay &amp; Battery Sts., Sail Francisco. Consisting partly of the following DOMESTIC GOODS: Brown Sheeting an»l Prills; Bleached Shirtine* all widths; f, 4. * 4. 9 4 ami 10 4 Bleached wheeling*; Ticks. Ignitus, Stripe*: Blue Drill, Bleached Drill. Linseys; Cotton, Union and I.inen checks; Motheun and United States Array Duck; White all jrool and Domestic Flannels; Red, Grey, Blue and Yellow Flannels; I'lain, and Printed Opera Flannels; Shaker Flannels, of ail grades; Brown and Bleached Canton Flannels; Kentucky Jeans, Cottonades, Satinets; Cassimeres. Doeskins and Broadcloth; Lawrcnec and United States Pilot Duck From No. 10 to 10 0. WHITE GOODS. Plain and check Cambrics, Jaconets, Nainsooks and Brilliant-; Bishop and Victoria I.awns; Plain and dotted Swiss Muslins; Irish Linen, Plain and Printed; ladies' and Gents' L. C. Handkerchiefs; Curtain Muslin...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 30 April 1861
Nets gtofoerttefmenta. DR. L. J. CZAPKAY $r( &gt;atc ijfidifoi l &amp; Surfltcal Enatttutt. I SACRAMENTO ST., BELOW MONTGOMERY, ! Opposite the Pacific Mail Steamship Co.'s Office San Francisco. ! Established in 1854, for he Permanent Cure of all priI rate and chronic diseases, and for the suppression of ! Quackery. Attending and resident physician, l. j. CZAPKAY, M. D., late in the Hungarian i Revolutionary War, Chief Physician to the 20th Regiment of Honveds, Chief Surgeon to the Military Hospital of Pesth. Hungary, late lecturer on Diseases of Women and Children, and Honorary Member of the Philadelphia College of Medicine, jfcy Particular attention paid to the treatment of diseases peculiar to k | Women and Children- I ®* j Offick Hours.—From 9a. m. till 9p. m. Communications strictly confidential Permanent cure guaranteed. or no pay. Consultations by letter or otherwise free Address Dr. L. J. CZAPKAY, San Francisco, Cal. Tribute to Merited Worth. The ingratitude o...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 30 April 1861
San JFraitcisca commendation, not only as an act 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 my Inability to meet the expenses consequent upon a norough medical treatment, and the discourage nent which I met with on attempting it, soon be ame sucb (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 who 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, previous 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 Dr. L. J. Crapkay. 1 told him of ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 30 April 1861
San JFranctoCo 2U&gt;bertioemtntg= M. E. IHICiHKS, SOLE AGENT FOB Phelan's Model Billiard Tables, En California anto ©rtgoii. PATENT Combination C ushions, kc. Manufactory and Salesroom ISO AWly fHonttfomerg Street, San Frsuicisc*« idj-29.1JT 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 pain and spasmodic action, and m Sure to Regulate the Boweli. I Depend upon it. mothers, it will give rest to yonr- ! selvex, and REI.IEK AND HEALTH TO YOUR INI FAXTS. I We liare put up and sold this article for over ten ' years, and can say, in confidence ami truth, of it. what we have able to say of any oth SSljilSJo &lt;B t ' r medicine j —NkVKU "UABIT§ IX A SINGLEINRTAXCBfa WIVCI ftW'Q &lt;t) T " WKCT A j CURE, wli e nj?} " IT O jptimely used. ! Never did wejS Akuow an...
fflte (feettc [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 30 April 1861
fflte (feettc .... A correspondent of the Pacific E-tpnsiUir remarks very seriously upon the evils tliat are coming upon u« froui the failure of parents ia California to train their boys aright. He My* : " Having some business to transact with a isan in Stockton, who owed me a small amount. I found him seated at a card tatde with a bright intelligent youth of fifteen. playing for drinks. lam a Son of Temp»r ance and a (iood Templar to boot, but had I been the veriest toper in Oirintendon, the sight of that man's horrible sin. caused me to be guilty of anoth er, for I must confess that I lost my temper. s« I do not believe that be will ever forget the reprimand 1 gave him." ....'• Do you think I'll get justice done me!" said a culp it to his counsel. " I don't think you will." replied the other, for I see two men on the jury who are opposed to hanging " Ska-Sick — "The Frenchman's story seems to me expressive. One morning the cabin boy came for liis boots. • Boots?" feebly sounded fr...