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SSto (timik [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 21 May 1861

SSto (timik The Slaughter at Fort Sumpter. ....The New York dispatches state that a grocer li»< arrived in that city who was impressed into the service of the Con'ederate Army, but escaped by himself on a vessel. He reports that at the bombardment of Fort Sumpter, at least one thousand rebels were killed. Four hundred were killed in Moultrie, and thirty by Anderson's first discharge. A soldier who escaped from Charleston, and who served at the gnns during the fight at Moultrie, s»>s nearly every shot from Suiapter killed some body. Between three and four hundred were killed, i nnJ a large number wounded there during the siege. I The killed were interred at night, in the Potter's Field. Many also were killed in dwellings outside the fort. The soldiers were threatened with death if they disclosed facts about the killed. l'eople ay inquiring for friends, and iare assured that they are at Sullivan's Island. Another, who wasat Morris' Island, says one hundred and fi...

Publication Title: Mariposa Gazette
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 21 May 1861

Tlie Mission Woolen Mills, CALIFORNIA. Agency 511 Sacramento Street. San Francisco. PROPRIETOR OK THE Mission Wool. en Mills respectfully announces to the trade, that he is prepared to receive and execute with dispatch, Orders for the lollowing Goods: Family lllankcts, all wool, superior quality ; MACKINAW BLANKETS, all Wool, superior quality; SCARLET " " •• 44 BLUE " « " ** GREY " " « " " GOLDEN STATE Gent's I/>n«: Shawls, all Wool, with plain or graduated boarders. TWEEDS, Double and Single Width, all Wool, and desirable Odors. EUREKA FLANNELS, all Colors, and of extra quality. OVERSHIRTS, variety of Patterns, Sizes and Colors. | SACK COATS. ! SLUICE FELT, for Miners' use; superior quality. All Goods manufactured at the MISSION WOOLEN MILIjS, are made of selected Wools of California | production, and are superior in quality to the same | class of Imported Fabrics, and being specially adaptted to the trade of the Pacific Coast, purchasers can rely upon receiving a unifor...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 21 May 1861

San iFranristo SltJticrtfSEtltento= RUSSELL MILL DUCK! (From No. l-O to l'i-O,) FOR HYDRAULIC MINING, Guaranteed Equal, if not Superior, to liAWREISTCE DUCK. WE ARE NOW IN REfIULAR RECEIIT OF this favorite brand ot Duck by almost every : Clipper Ship, and are satisfied, if it is given a trial by the trade that has been buying heretofore the 5 rence Duck exclusively, will give satisfaction. ■ For sale by— i Janson, Bond & Co., Corner Battery and Clay Sts, San Francisco. ap3o 3m. Hucks & Lambert's CELEBRATED I'ATEN'T 11. & L. AXLE-GItEASE. T 1 lIE SUBSCRIBERS HAVE TOE PLEASURE OF announcing to their numerous patrons and | friends that they have been honored by the commit tee of the Mechanics' Institute with a FIRST PREMIUM ; FOR TIIEIR • I'nrivallcd Axle-Grease! r Also, that the Sail Francisco Bay Agricultural Society have awarded them their FIRST CLASS PREMIUM for the .*aine. But however gratifying to the advertisers to have their Home Manufacture ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 21 May 1861

ffltsccllniuous. PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMI > AIT"S''S STKAMSHU* LOUIS CAPT. WATKINS : : Commander. Will Leave Folsom S. Wharf. ON TUESDAY ::::::: MAY 21 ! At d d'cldck A. M< FOR PANAMA. Passengers will be cHHVeyed from Panama to As- j pin wall by the I'&nnma liaiin)a<l Cotnpany, and from A spin wall to Now York by the Atlantic and Pacific Steamship Company. FORBES k BABCOCK, Agents, Cor. Sacramento and Leidesdorff Sts. oct23. . Phoenix Works! JONATHAN KITTREDGE,.. Proprietor OF Fire Proof Doors, Shutters, Hank Vaults, Prison Cells, Kailings, Gratings, Balcoiiys, Holts, Itridge Work, And all Kinds ot ISlacfesmith Work. A large assortment of second-hand Poor* and Shutters constantly flu hand, and for sale at very low rates. All orders promptly attended to. No. 708 Battery street, near Pacitir, mar*26 Hin. SAX FRANCISCO. NOTICE. THE Partnership heretofore existing between F. i Friedman and W. B. Shaw, is by mutual consent I dissolved. Debt...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 21 May 1861

San JFrnnctsca NOW landing Ex-Late Arrivals. BROWN HlllllS I SHEETINGS, 30-INCII SUIRTIIVGS. Bleached Sheetings?, ASSORTED WIDTHS. ,a a A saa a a a 9 ALL CKADES AND COLORS, iPhINTS AND DELAINES, j IX CRF.AT VARIETY. Dress and Fancy Dry Goods. ALEXANDRES GENUINE KID GLOVES Gents Furnishing Goods. Davis & Jones Sltirts, FLANNELS, HOSIERY, &c. HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, BRUSSELS AND 3 I'LY CARPETS, new pattern. PAPER HANGINGS, ORUGGETS MATTING, HOLLANDS, HEMP CARPETS. AGENCY FOR Jewett's and Comon's Oil Cloths. For sale for Casli, or to first class, prompt pacing trade, at a discount lroni market rates. FRANK BAKER, 110 and 112 Clay Street, mar'JG Cm. San Franciseo. S AN FORD'S LIVER INVIGORATOR Never Debilitates. IT is compounded entirely from Gums, and has become an established fact, a Staudard Medicine, known and appro ifyj jved by all that have used it, and is now re j sorted to with confidence in all the jfor which it is recommended. |p , j It has cured jwithi...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 21 May 1861

Ncto *»tobcrtiscmcnts. Ncto I>R. L. J. CZAPKAY &urt[tcal Institute. SACRAMENTO ST., DEI.OW MONTGOMERY, Opposite the Pacific Mail Steamship Co.'s Oflßce San Francisco. EstaMished in 1854, for he Permanent Cure of allpritate and chrunic diseases, and for the suppression of Quackery. ATTENIHN'O AND RESIDENT PHYSICIAN, L. J. CZAPKAY, M. P., late in the Hungarian 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. ajM'articular attention paid to the treatment of diseases peculiar to Women and Children-%[# Office Hours.—From 9a. m. till 9 p. 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 t > Merited Worth. The ingratitude of man to his fellow man is ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 21 May 1861

San JFcanct'scfl cb't£mendation, not only m an act Of scientific skill, but i'Ja,t of humanity also. About two /ears ago I suddenly. and from causes unknown to me, was seized with a fit of Epilepsy, which, owing to my inability to meet tlie expenses consequent tpoa a norough medical treatment, and the discourse*oent wiiich I met with on attempting it, soon bs aine such (as I was then led to believe) as to defy ;he skill of any physician, t wks frequently, while in pursuit of my calling, thrown Hb*n to the ground without the slightest warning ; aHil, Mltbough inseHfflble to the agonies, I yet despised tlife mi«ri« of fay, lift", ahd s'obn learned to look upbh tuose who would irfehdefc asiist'ailcte or shelter tnb from dliHgfefr as enemies who soilglit to pfrolbng the existence o« my miseries. While in this slate. and having. vious to my«fliiction, tasted the sueets of life, I once more tfas induced to attempt seeking aid of E physician, find, by repouiniendation, called U(h&g...

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mu (Baltic [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 21 May 1861

mu (Baltic ....General Butler, of Lowell, Massachusetts, is a wit. He was in Washington the other "lay, anil during a conversation with Southern men, a Georgian said :— •'I do not believe there is an honest man in Massachusetts." /ftera moment's reflection he added, ** 1 beg to assure you, Mr. Butler, I meau nothing personal." The General responded— " I believe there are a great many honest men in Georgia ; but in saying so, sir, Ido not mean anything personal." ....A queer suit has been decided in favor of the plaintitrat Chicago. A well-to-do man went to an intelligence office, saying that he wanted a wife, and would try her first as a servant. He paid three dollars down, and agreed to |«iy seven more if he married the girl. He soon married, and then refused the balance owing—hence the suit. ....The Army Register for 1861 has been issued.— It gives the total enlisted force of the army at 17,(105 —aggregate, 18,112. There are lflS companies in the different regiments'. If these wer...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 21 May 1861

Princeton Livery Stable. BayJistc & Co Proprietors *«k good saddle axd m-GGV iior. SES to let upon reasonable terms, at t\~R-yZ_ kept by Hie P.\V. WEEK «®SaaSnur MONTH, at reasonable rates. Princeton, March sth. IS6I. LIVERY STABLE. HORNITOS. Junction of Main and Iliyh Streets. lIATTOK &- DAVIS, i'ropri'tors. The subscribers respectfully Informs the cl '' zt ' DS "f Hornitos anil vicinity, that 1.1 they have opened a STABLE at tlie above named place, where tliey are prepared to furnish (ioosl Saddle Animals To any one who desires anything in that line. Also Ilt>U.-h> AND I!IGGIES that will compare with the best in any Livery Stable. Easy and Safe Saddle Horses for Indies. Animals groomed by the I>ay, Week or Month. Horses or Mules entrusted to our care, will receive strict attention, ami will be faithfully attended to. A share of public patronage is respectfully solicited. . tP) TKii.MS REASONABLE. fbl2 it, jva if swabi 1" 8 C...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 21 May 1861

atibntisnncnts. DRY GOODS! DRY GOODS!! N. OPPEIMHEIM, HORNITOS, ' now r rP P' lro '' 10 engage in the 1' ft'l°" * T'y Summer Campaign j With a Stock of Spring and Summer Goods, Which in extent and variety cannot be surpassed- in this market. The public are invited to examine our assortment, which consists in part of Indies' Dress Goods, | latest styles of SILKS, li.iWMfS, ElEIt AGES, FANCY GOODS; EMBROIDERY, GLOVES, GAITERS i * FLATS, BONNETS, SHAWLS, «&C. GENTS' CLOTHING, Coats, Pants, Vests, Hats, Caps, Boots & shoes. | All of which, together with every other variety ] ol FANCY, DOMESTIC and STAPLE DRY tiOODS, , will lie sold at prices Lower than auy other Store in this county. Hornitos, April 23d. 1861. L. PRINO & CO" j j ■ E A L E R S IN I GROCERIES, HARDWARE. and DRY GOODS, . Corner of Main and Centre Streets, lIORXITOS, Mariposa County. i mars tf. "THE - UNION Not Dissolucii! J. ELIAS & CO., ! A RETURN"ED TO lIOR I] lithe hARKKST...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 21 May 1861

LOVE JOY & CO.'S STEAM SAW MILL, (Formerly Iltissey's Mill.) Tins MTTJi IS LOCATED IN TIIK BEST TTMBEREII COUNTRY between the Merced and San Joaquin Rivers. Lumber of nil 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 wanting large lots of Lumber, are particularly requested to examine the facilities for furnishing it. THE ROAD TO THE MILL. A Road has been built from Mariposa, by the way •if Mormon Rar, to this Mill, over which a load may be drawn as large as can be takeu front Mariposa to any point below. The Proprietors of this Mill are prepared to furnish EVERY DESCRIPTION OF LUMBER AT THE SHORTEST NOTICE and at REASONABLE I'RICKS. RaTES OF TOLL on J. O. I.ovejnv ftCo.** Road, leading frt'tn Mormon Bar to the Chowchillas—as established by the Board of Supervisors, 'August 9th, 18fi0. 2 horse, mule or ox team, loaded, 50c. empty 25. 4 '• " '• " " 81.00 " 50 0 " " " " " 1...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 21 May 1861

CHAS. I. MacDEKMOTT CHRIS. KERRIXS iM'IMiiTT ft M.„ 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 tliis 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'Sr -A.3STD SELL FOR C-A.SH-The many advantages to be derived from business conducted on Cash Principles, need not be repeated. Purchasers of Goods will find it to their advantage to call and see our HEAVY FALL S T O C Refore matin" their purchases elsewhere. We can confidently assort, without fear of contrailiction that we can and will sell Goods 1# l-! 4 per cent, chcapcr THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE in this suction of country: OUR STOCK CONSITS IN TART OF GROCERIES, " FINE AND HEAVY CLOTHING, PROVISIONS, BOOTS AND SHOES, MINING TOOLS, DUCKS, DRILLS, HARDWARE, BLANKETS, CUTLER V, CASSIMERES, QUE ENS'W ARE, S ATTINETS, GLASSWA...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 21 May 1861

: A CAR I> ..FOR THE.. ' i SPRING- AND SUMMER CLOTHING TRADE ....0F.... ill SAIST FRANCISCO. 11 Badger & Lmdenfoerger, I Nog. 41t, W an* 415, Cor. Herchant and Battery Streets, SAN FRANCISCO. 1 I I Importers and Wholesale Dealers! . Entire New and Fresh Stock i; K would call THE attextion ° f COUNTRY MERCHANTS ! To our unusually large Stock of Goods. Our stock j comprises every article in the J Clothing and Furnishing Line. We have constantly on hand the larpest stock ; and greatest variety of CASSIMERE, WOOI. and STRAW HATS, of any house in the city, and our 1 pi ices 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 lowprice—less than tlie cost of importation. . We also keep the STAPLE ARTICLES in the DRY 1 GOODS LINE, wkjcli Goods we have purchased in ; thi...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 21 May 1861

fHartposa atofcerttsement. SULLIVAN & CO., GBANITE STOKE, main Street, Mariposa. Importers and Dealers in PROVISIONS, GROCERIES, FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC WIIVES AND LIQUORS, HAVANA SEGARS, Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots, HARD WARE, UVE I IST X IST <3- TOOLS, And a general Variety of articles suited to the wants of a Mining and Farming community, which we will sell at LOWER RATES FOR CASH, than any other establishment i n the Southern Mines. UTS-Having a Hraiuli House In San Kraiirigco. through which we receive our goods direct from ilie New York and Boston Markets, We are enabled to supply the public at prices which will defy competition. Purchasers are invited to call and examine our Stock and Trices. AS* All Order* promptly at tended to and particular attentiou paid to the SAFE AND SPEEDY DELIVERY OF GOODS in this and neighboring Towns. WE nAVE ALSO A BRANCH HOUSE AT COULTER SYILLE, Maxwell's Creek, Where our business ia conducted on the same general principles. s«0...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 7 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 21 May 1861

Org ©ooU Stoteß. FOREIGN & DOMESTIC DRY GOODS ..AND.. CLOTHING EMPORIUM ! Fire-Proof Block, Main St., A'ezt Door to IVellt, Fargo «f Co. 't Expreu. T lEBMAS <fc CO., Mariposa, bavin* JLJ greatly en large J their Store, are now prepared to offer to the Trade, at the VERY LOWEST MARKET PRICES, the Largest and Best Selected Stork ..OF.. Spring & Summer Clothing Ever imported into thin region, comprising in part the following: BlnKi & Vnuey 311 kg; Crtm fi Latrnif Fine Glni;hniiM, Calicoes, Flannels, Damasks, Bareges, Tarletan, Ribban*, Parasols, Fans, Ladies' and Gents Kid GloveSf Silk Boiine«», Lace% Ac. ALSO, a T.irffe Slock of LADIES CAI.F SKIN an* FRUNELLE GAITERS, SHOES and SLIPPERS, ami a Fine selection of MIS ES and CHILDREN*}' SHOES, both heavy and light. They also call the attention of Families to theif Stock of C -A. 33. 3? 33 T I N Q unrivalled in the Southern mines. GBSTLBSIES'S SOffiSS from the finest material, and custom-made...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 28 May 1861

. ■■■„ | | ! —-—■——' MARIPOSA, CAL., TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 28. 1861. VOL. 6. NO 47.

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Destruction of the Gosport Navy-Yard. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 28 May 1861

Destruction of the Gosport Na-vy-Yard. loss. $5,000,000. The details of the destruction of Gosport, (Va.,) Navy Yard and several vessels of war by the Generic 1 Government, to prevent them falling into the bands of the secessionists, who hail assembled considerable force at Norfolk aud Portsmouth, have just reached us. At nine o'clock in the evening, the Pawnee arrived froir Washington with 200 volunteers and 100 marines, besides her own crew, and at once the officers aud crews of the Paunee and Cumberland went to the Navy Yard, and spike i and disabled the guns, and threw the shot and small arms into the river.— At ten o'clock, the marines, who had been quartered in the barracks, fired them; and came on board the Pawnee. This movement was premature, for it was tlie intention to fire all the buildings simultaneously. A party of officers, meantime, were going through th« different buildings and ships, distributing waste and turpentine, and laying a train so as to blow up the Pry Pock...

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A Woman to be Honored. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 28 May 1861

A Woman to be Honored. It will be remembered that Lieut. Abner Sine ad. of the First Artillery, was sent, a f*»\v days /iince, by Lieutenant Slemmer, at Washington, to apprize the Government of the absolute necessity of supplies and reinforcements at Fort Pickens. Forgetful of all obligations of honor and duty. Lieutenant Smead took Montgomery in his way Northward, and having submitted his dispatches to the perusal of the rebel authorities, proceeded to Washington, whither the news of his treasou having anticipated him, he was | not shot, as he deserves to be, but simply struck from the roll of the army. The wife and children of Lieutenant Smead. with the families of several offi : cers on duty in the South, were at Fortress Monroe. | The Lieutenant hastened from Washington to obtain his family, and remove them Southward, but his movements were not so rapid but that his crime had been reported before him. When, therefore, he pre sented himself at the fort, he was refused admission, ...

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