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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 2 July 1861
hotels aoU Saloons. The Alhambra! *• Main Street, Mariposa. J. W. Torney - - - - Proprietor. Mariposa, Feb. "8, 1861. ii hii § ~ Billiard &amp; Drinking Saloon! PRINCETON. Where can be had at all times, all kinds of PI turn aad Fancy Banks, J By the obliging Proprietors, i J.,F. Myers, M. Cootfrnan. Princeton, Jan. 29th, 1861. Arcade Billiard Saloon | MAIN STREET. MARIPOSA. NEXT DOOR TO THE POST OFFICE. i B.ICHMAX &amp; ARBERRY PKOI-rietors. THF. undersigned would respectfully call the at tentionof the public to their IST E"W SAL O O IST , Which is tastefully fitted up ;contaiuing 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 ! foud of the Game. | BAR is furnished with a good sup ; ply of the Choicest Wines and Liqnors, And durinjjthe present warm season, every varie* , ty of FANCY ICED DRINKS will be served to cus | toinvrs by an experienced Bar Keeper. jyla-tf ! PINE TRE...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 2 July 1861
(Eoultebtlle &amp;t&gt;b£tistemeno, S l)c (Jrxcljange, POWERS &amp; FARREL : : Pkopkietors Saloon on Soutlj Sttie of fflam St., COULTERVILLE, Wines and Liquors, of tlie best quality. FANCY AND ICED DRINKS. H WAN A CIGARS OF TIIE CHOICEST BRANDS. CI T Y HOT E L, COULTERVILLE. GEORGE COUJVTS Proprietor, M WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM TIIE citizens of Coulterville and the public generally, that he can be found at THE OLD STAND, of which he is now the stole proprietor, and is pre- | pared to accommodate nil who ma} favor him with a call, in as good style as any house in the County, ! and at as reasonable rates. j Coulterville, February 10, 1858. fl"n2s Metropolitan Saloon ! COULTERVII.I.E, UNDER TOWN HALL, First Building above Coulters' Hotel. Geo. W, Cornell PROPRIETOR. BEST of LIQUORS and CIGARS to be had at the BAH. ; Two of the BEST BILLIARD TABLES in the Coun I ty are at the service of those fond of the game. ! Friends, and the public generally, are invited to ...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 2 July 1861
33tg ©afe JHat anl) Bear Fallqj. yo semTte hoteli BIG OAK FLAT. C. LABETOVRE, Proprietor. THIS House is in all respects in the most perfect order. anrt guests will find here every accommodation of a FIRST CI.ASS HOTEL. MEAIJS furnished at all hours of the day, and every attention paid the traveling pub lie. Connected with the establishment are TWO START,KS; one in the rear of the Hotel and the other near the eastern end of Main street, long known aa the "SONORA STABLE" At either of which animal* 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 Hiding Animals. The Proprietor would further inform the public that he is i tinning a a Dal y Line of StagM, from Big Oak Flat to Coulterville. Also a connecting line to Sonnra, whereby travelers may go forward without delay. Passage through from Coulterville to Sonera, and rice rerta. The attention of the community to the above is respec...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 2 July 1861
A dead Chinaman was found several days ago in a dam on the Chowcl.illia. ....Gen. Shields will deliver the 4th of July oration at Columbia. Judge Hardy left on the 26th ult., for the Esmeralda county, for the purpose of holding Court. We are again under obligation* to Mr. J. A. Thompson, of Coulterville, for Pony news ia advance of the mail. It will be found elsewhere. J. O.LovsjeY, tost week, presented Mariposa Hodge JFo. 39, I. 0. 0. F., with a handsome edition of Harper's Illustrated Bible. Mr. William Bivrx, editor of the Stockton Argut, will be a candidate for State Printer, in the 4?th of July Convention. t.... According to the apportionment of the School Fund, by the Superintendent of Public Instruction, Hon A. J. Moulder, Mariposa county is entitled to $296 SO. There are 530 school children who are entitled to 56 cents per head. C I. Kudler, who was taken prisoner along with Gen Walker, by the Nicaraguans. but whose life was saved by the interposition of the Federal Governme...
AN APPEAL FOR UNION'. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 2 July 1861
AN APPEAL FOR UNION'. BY HISS J KAN L. BRCCI. Sek Liberty with upraised hand, Pointa where our standard floats in air, And bids the oppressed, from every clime, The glory of its shelter share. And shall the Sons born on her soil. Tear her strong limbs with rage apart— To force the code of different laws, Drain out the life-blood from her heart 1 NO NORTH, NO SOUTH, oh ! brethren know, BUT ONE GREAT NATION' spreading wide, From Maine to where l'acific's waits. Bear on the great commercial tide. And shall wild anarchy arise, And like BUIARF.US," TURKAT'NING STAND— To rend the Sister States apart, And desolate our prosp'rous land ? Your Sires, like Martyrs, shed their blood, The steps in Freedom's way to pave, And shall their Sons in warring hate, Trample ii|K&gt;n the laws they gave? Nav ! ye who right Our Country's wrongs. Your powkr can factions' strifk srnrx'K ; Bid Demagogues like Traitors shrink, From Reason's freedom loving view. Shall brother shed a brother's blood. And...
Mono Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 2 July 1861
Mono Correspondence. Aurora, Mono County. Ul, ) June 14th. 1861. j i Friend Holmes :—After many weary days, weeks, months, which I have spent in vain efforts to u gath er shells," moss, etcs., I again rest my arm on a shaky old table, in a miner's cabin, to iudite to you a few sentences in remembrance of 44 Auld I-ang Syne," and Las Mariposas. Aud the mere thought , of Mariposa, reminds me of the genial sunrmer you ! are enjoying—and that you are even now, perhaps, j slierry-cobblerizing the day, in order to temper the parching 4 * winds to the hhorn lamb," whilst we aie j shivering from a south westerly extension of winter, j which comes to us from off the Sierra Nevada, howling around and sometimes through, our houses, blowing up the dust, ami sometimes, as it did on the &lt; Bth of this month, bringing two or three inches of snow. However, it did not last long, for as soon as old Sol got a fair look at it, he dispersed it; for which act of warm hearted kinduess, I take th...
Anti-Benedictus. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 2 July 1861
Anti-Benedictus. There's two great ills in course of life, Most ev'ry man is troubl'd by, Sickness, or a grumbling wife, That lives—because you pray she'll die. Jones, here—once a clever man— Accustomed to get "sliifhtly mellow, But since he met fat " Betsey Ann," In fact the life's quite left the fellow. And poor Jinka, too—whose earlier life Was spent in sharing all our pleasure— But since he got himself a wife, ISMMtoup'!i beyond all measure t seek for such pains? ril rraßNPßund in wedlock's chains, Andtnen I'll have no ties to sever. So l.ere's to Bacchus ! give us wine. That makes a fellow's blood so tingle, I.VSTKAt) or OXK WIFK—I'D IMVK RISK, Or else remain forever tingle Guadaloupe, June 28, 1861. mi'cgins-
Details of the Great Bethel Fight. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 2 July 1861
Details of the Great Bethel Fight. Fortress M»nvoe, June 9tli, Gen. Butler, having learned that the rebels were fortifying a camp with strong batteries at Great Bethel, nine miles from Hampton, on the Yorktown road, he deemed it necessary to dislodge them. Ac cordingly, movements were made last night from Fortress Monroe and Newport Mews. About midnight Col. Duryea's Zouaves and Col. Townsend's Al bany regiment crossed the river at Hampton, by means of six large batteaux manned by the Navaj Brigade, and took up the line of march. The for mer was some two miles in advance of the other.— At the same time Col. Bendix. Sixth regiment, and detachments of Vermont and Massachusetts regi ments, at Newport, moved forward to form a junction with the regiments from Fortress Monroe at Little Bethel, about half way between Hampton and Great Bethel. The Zouaves passed Little Bethel about four o'clock in the Morning. Col. Bendix*s regiment arrived, and took position at the intersec tion of the roa...
CANDIDATES. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 2 July 1861
CANDIDATES. Angevlnt Reynolds is a Candidate for the office of COUNTY CLERK, for Mariposa county, at the next election, Sept 7th. 1861. S. B. Thomas is a Candidate for COUXTY CI.ICRK of Mariposa County at the ensuing election, to be held September 7th 1801. John W. WHcot, of Bear Valley, is a Can- j didate for the ASSEMBLY, subject to the decision of i the Democratic Convention of Mariposa county.
MARRIED : [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 2 July 1861
MARRIED : In Coultervill*. Tuesday. June 2Mb, at the dence of the BrMe'n father, by Justice N. B tlubbell, Mr. THOS. SCOTT, to Miss MARY L. SNYDERaII of that place. m [We are umler obligations to the happy couple ifl a plentiful supply of cake ami wine. May the shine of prosperity accompany you now and er. Am«*n.]
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 2 July 1861
Mr. L. P. Fisht-r ia our only authorized Agent in San Francisco to receive Advertisements, receipt for the same, and to transact business generally for tlie Maripos* GArtrrK. Office, No. 171 Washington street, nearly opposite McGuire's Opera House. •tcflfcrsoit M. Shannon is authorized to obtain Subscriptions, Collect Accounts and do business for the Mariposa GazkTTk in Fresno County. Political Notice. There will be a meeting of the DEMOCRATIC COUNTY CENTRAL COMMITTEE (Breckinridge) at Mariposa, on Saturday, Jn'y 6th, 1861. A full attendance is requested, as business of import nnce will be trasacted. S. \Y. CARR, Mariposa, July '2d, 1861. Chairman. DEMOCRATIC COUNTY CENTRAL COMMITTEE. 8. W. Parr Hornitos. J. H. Wor'h Coulterville. Mai. Hardwick Quartzburg. .1. F. McN'ainarra, Mariposa. John Doling Lower Mariposa. Chtis. Kerrins, Mariposa. Jewett Adams •••■Bear Valley. J. J. Marshall Whitlock's. R. D. Killgore Brideeport. J. B. Hammond Cathay's Valley.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 2 July 1861
Jlfto LIST OF LE r m'3RS. » Remaining in the maiukima rosr office from May Ist to July Ist, 1861 r Armstrong, Jnuirg La wis. J • Appling. Mr-i 4ary F 31 cC«»lloi?gli, Geo Boli'ig. Capt Mullins, Aiuioa&gt;a Bennett. J W Mann, Miss M E 2 Barnes, We-ley McCrery, James Hrown, John 2 Ma I lory, W S Barnes, W W Myers, John M Bradly, Augustus II Miller, Jacob Bennett. John H Mjbw. Fred Barrev. Joseph &gt;fflrtull, Edwin Conway. Mrs Mfllard, Jamts Colby, Henry 8 Jfcrch, Silas Covell, H N John Carrol, Lev; He n W G H Cosneh'no, I,.Joseph Dilts, John Jole Dolan, James Ross, W B Dixon, Lucas Russell. H W Frailer y Ramoni. G Gardner, u £ Sorrrlf Victor 31 Gober, W A Swanstron. Josepn A Gubtile, Wilson Smyth, R H Goodwin Thos H Stevens, A Men Heluierlgh, Henry Spencer, Isral Hoope, E D Shwartz, A Holna, Matthew Thom, Robt C Huston. Saml B Trasler, Jacob B Howard. Jefferson True. H A Hornitos. H H Vickei y, J F Hammerstrand, M W Yaoghan, G W Hutching James .\1 William*, S •Tohngo"...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 2 July 1861
ARRIVAL OF THE POXY. Fight in Missouri between Federal and Secession m Troops. The 'Secessionists Defeated and V 300 Killed! Humored Fight In Virginia! Ktc Etc E test. Louis, June 10th. .... On June 12tli the Governor ofeMUsouri issued s I proclamation calling 60,000 to oppose the BMenl Government. lie went to Boonevill. and a force for a first stand, he was attacked by troops under (Jen. Lyon ar d routed, with a i iMur 300 killed and a number taken prisoners. was a skirmish near Fortress Monroe, Col. Phelps sent three companies to belonging to Secessionists, they were fWlnto by a company of light ho-se, wounding I three men. ....The reb-Is are landing large bodies of troops several miles above Newport. An attack from them U hourly expected. Nkw York, June 19th.—Steamer Peerleu arrived from Toronto, under American colors. Flying ru mors to-night state that a took place on London Railroad near Vienna in Virginia, between an Ohio regiment and a band of rebels, probably an engagement w...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 2 July 1861
Chas. B. Bowen &amp;Bro., &lt; Hunter street, Stockton. BOWES - &amp; BRO., Corner California and Montgomery Street*, S-A.3ST PRANCISOO, WH( &amp; RETAII* in.... FANCY 3l STAPLE GROCERIES &amp; PROVISIONS Household Utensils Ac. California Produce, BOOTS, SHOES, AND 0 210 023325(38 PARTIES FROM MARIPOSA visiting Stocktonwill find it greatly t&lt;i their advantage to call and examine our large Stock, which we offer fof Cash at 10 per cent. lower than any other House in Stockton, as we have a Store in San Fiancisco an.! purchase our Goods at Imported prices: We have now in store and daily receiving Good* selected with care from recent importations, eonsisting in part of the following: SVGA K—Rarrels crushed Sugar ; I barrels New Orleans Sugar ; Barrels Refined Sugar ; Mats China Sugar ; Mats Calcutta Sugar ; liar Sugar, &amp;c., for sale by C. R..BOWEN k BRO. Flour. Meal, &amp;c. Rarrels Alviso Flour, Barrels Golden Gate F...
®lw ds;ucttc u [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 2 July 1861
®lw ds;ucttc u Tert» c vt the District Court of the I3th Judicial District Merced.—Fourth Monday of January, May and September. StnnUlau*.—First Monday of February, June € aud October. Fresno.—Third Monday of February, June and October. Tulare.—Fourth Monday of February, June and October. Ma? iposa.— Second Monday of March, July and .November. ... The late Senator wan sufficiently ill May 2d to ?end for a physician. During the ensuing month his disorders were complicated. His case wag considered doubtful a week before he died, and he was delerious most of the time during his sickness. He said once *rhen grave fears were expressed for him by his physicians, that he knew his constitution better than 'tliey did, and that he felt confident that he should soon recover from the attack. Throughout Saturday, June Ist, it was feared he Wild not survive many hours As nightfall drew near, without positive change having taken in place va his disease, he yet seemed easier, and so past the night....
Fourth of July! Celebration of the 85th Anniversary of Atnerilan Independence, at Bear Valley, July Ith, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 2 July 1861
Fourth of July! Celebration of the 85th Anniversary of Atnerilan Independence, at Bear Valley, July Ith, 1861. Order of Proceedings: Firing a Salute of 100 guns at ftutoHit; At 9 A. M.—Knifing a Liberty Pole of 200 feet in height; and hoisting the Flag of our Unitffl (with 34 gtars) amid the booming of cannon and the playing of National airs by the Band. At 10 A. M., —Marching in Procession to the Pavillion; At 10 A. M Reading the Declaration of Independence; At 11 A. M —ORATION j At 1 P M — Din.nkk; At 2 P. M—Toas*s and Speaking at the Pavillion ; At 8 P M.—A Grand Display of Fire Works; consisting of the ,4 Star of Independence," 41 Morning Glory," 44 Magic Circle,'* 44 The Willow," "Columbia, with the American Eagle." 44 Pyramid of Candles with Revolving Circle," 44 Temple « f Liberty with 4 U.XJox Fokkvkr," and other large pieces with appropriate Mottoes, together with innumerable Rocketi, Candles. Serpents, Ronrm Lights, Shells, etc . etc The whole under the management of au ex...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 2 July 1861
NOTICE. AN'TED.—Twenty good Quartz MI- " " iters, to work on tlie '• Las Mariposa* " Estate. Apply at my office, Bear Valley. Bear Valley. May 7, 1861. T. W. PARK. NOTICE. All persons are forbidden CUTTING WOOD on the " Laa Mariposas '* Estate, or taking Wood from the same without permission. All trespassers will be prosecuted. T. W. PARK. Mariposa, March 12, 1861. I. O. O. F. Mariposa Lo'lge No. .'l9, meets every TUESDAY EVENING, at their Lodge Room on Main Street, at 8 o'clock. Members of the Order la good standing are wel come visitors. J. S. MARSH, N. G. Angkvine Rkynoli&gt;«, Sec'y. F- AND A M. Anaripo&lt;)u Lodge N0.34. REGUI.A R M EKTI KG S_Th 11 asH» t» r 4ay before eacli full moon. Spflaial M«eticg« second Saturday thereafter s. merrjtt, w. M. J B. Nobbis, Secretary, dlO I. O. O. F. _ - IL -y HOBNITOS LODGE, B N°- 6®, meets every n -3T?*' ■ kdnksdav Evening. at Ja o'clock, at Odd Fellows Hall, Hcrnitos. W. E. JENKINS, N. G. J. Y. Jonjw, Ecc'y, CHARLES F. ROB...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 2 July 1861
£&gt;an JFranctsco a&amp;uertigementa* BARRETT k SHERWOOD i ARE NOW SELLING WATCHES &amp; JEWELRY, Diamonds and Silverware, AT SURPRISINGLY LOW PRICES. OWING TO THE GRE T DEPRESSION OF TRADE in New York, we are enabled to import at | rices less than ever before. Now is the time to seitkk BARGAINS. Q,U IRTfIn^pDIIHEXS, Suitable for manufaqjpring into jewelry, we buy at high prices. JI|rCHBS, We repair them to keep time. COfnrTRY ORDERS Are solicited. and parties sending for goods by Express may rely upon being fairly dealt with. Barrett &amp; Sherwood, MONTGOMERY STREET. between Clay and Commercial my2l 3m. San Fr»ml«co. CASE^OODS. CASES KEMP'S NEW PIE FRUIT, 100 cases Kemp's Jellies, 100 ** Kemp's .lams, 200 •' " fresh Peaches, - 100 44 l ' Green Corn, »l s&lt;) ** «» Blackberries in 4*lb tins 50 44 •• i» 2 lb tins, ]00 44 4i fresh Tomatoes. 100 4i " Table fruit ing'asfi, 50 44 44 44 in tins, 100 44 44 I* Brun'a " Cove Oystera, 'j5 14 Reeves' ...