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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 9 July 1861
FRENCH, WI LSIKY&amp; CO., I MAKE THE BEST CLOTHING Furnishing Goods—all Kinds. Retailing for Cash at Wholesale Prices, j THE LARGEST AND BEST STOCK OF Clothing, Furnishing Goods, 1 runks, Valises, Carpet Hags,' Umbrellas, lite. Etc. TO BE Found in any Retail House in California. Goods suitable for traveling purposes in any climate ! FRENCH, WILSON &amp; CO., Next door to the What Cheer House. And No# 3J83 Montgomery Street, near California, in Tucker's Building. San Francisco. Manufacturing Establish men t, No. 102 street, New York. 1». S.—Measures taken for Goods from our House in New York, and delivered to any part of this : without charge. febl9 ly HENR Y ' S REFRESHMENT ..AND.. ' mmm saloor g (Formerly Blum &amp; Henry ) i The subscriber has bought the entire interest of Mr. Blum, and has now taken charge himself. I The citizen* of Stockton and the travelling public ! ge»erally are informed that hereafter, as has been j the case heretofore, the very best...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 9 July 1861
Professional Carts. | B. C. HARRIS J M. CORCORAN. HARRIS &amp; CORCOStAS, Attorneys and Counsellors-at-Law, I Office—East side of Main Street, between Sixth j and Seventh, | ja;is2] Sil U! 3 @A a I'}" ! J. 31. CDKtOXAN, Notary Public. H- Ti. HOLTON,' j ' JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, if-] © 3 W J IT © 3 a ■ In connection witli tbe duties of liis office, will exe- [ cute all legal Documents. Bonds. Mortgages, Convey- i ances, Epistolary Correspondence, \c. on short no. i tice. dec 4. E. C. WOCHELL, Uttorncg antj CatmSEllor=at-ILafo, MILLERTON, FRESNO COUNTY, CAL. I I Will practice in all the Courts of the Thirteenth .Jti I i dicial liistrict. including the counties of Stanislaus, I Merced, Mariposa. Kresuo and Tulare. [aug-8 j JOHN G. McCULLOUGH, Sttorneg ant) Counsellor 3t Hato, 0?J J ]©l- InCoßrt House Building, MARIPOSA. feb2B j R. B THOMAS, COUNTY SURVEYOR, | Office on Bullion Street, opposite Conc«*t Hall., j Will attend at all times to any description of Sur- j veying, Civil En...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 9 July 1861
hotels aot&gt; Saloons. Tlic Alhambra! Main Street, Mariposa. ■ J. V/. Torney - - - - Proprietor. Mariposa, Feb. 28, 1801. "¥sal Iffi" Billiard &amp; Drinking Saloon! PRINCETON. Where can be liad at all times, all kinds of Plain and Fataoy DdaksJ Isy the obliging Proprietors, J. F. Jlyrw, M. Goo tman. Princeton, Jan. 291b, 1861. Arcade Billiard Saloon VI UN STREET. MARIPOSA. NEXT l)OOK TO THE POST OFFICE. BaCHMAN k ARBERRyT.7. PRorRiETORS. THE undersigned would respectfully call theat tention of tbe publtc to their IST E S -A. Xj O O IST , Which is tastefully fitted up-.containing 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 fond of the Game. BAR is furnished with a good sup ply of the . Choicest Wines and Liquors, And during the present warm season. every variety of FANCY" ICED PRINKS will be served to cus tomers by an experienced Bar Keeper. j y is-tf PINE TREE HOUSE, C...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 9 July 1861
Coulttbtllr atbettstctncns. Ql t)c &lt;£*cl)ange, POWERS &amp; FARREL : : Proprietors Saloon on Soutfj Sttoc of fHain St., COULTERVILLE, Wines and Liquors, of (be best quality. FANCY AND ICED DRINKS. H WAN A CIGARS OF THE CHOICEST Eli AM* jlv24 tf. CI TY HOTEL, COULTERVILLE. GEORGE COUNTS Proprietor, WOULD RESPECTFULLY IN BO I: M THE Jjiiji citizens of Coulterville anil the public gener-■li-iSi-i ■. 11 »■ that he can befound at THE OLID STAND, of which he is now the sole proprietor, and in 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, 18G8. f17n25 Metropolitan Saloon ! COL'LTEHVILLE, UNDER TOWN HALI., First Building above Coulters' Hotel. Ceo. W, Cornell PROPRIETOR. BF.ST of LIQUORS and CIGARS to be had at the BAR. Two of the BEST BILLIARD TABLES in the Conn 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 — 9 July 1861
13ig ©afc JFlat ani 33«ar Fallqj. YO SEMITE HOTEL, BIG OAK FLAT. C. LABETOI'RE, Proprietor. THIS House is in all respects in the most perfect order. and guest* will find here every accommo•!aiio»of a FIRST CLASS HOTEL. MEALS furnished at all hours of the day, and every attention paid the traveling public. Connected with the establishment are TWO STAPLES, one in the rear of the Hotel and the other near the eastern end of Main street, lon} known as tlie "SONORA STABI.E" At either of which animaU will be kept by the DAY, WEEK and MONTH, at reasonable rated 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 lie is running a aDni y Line of Stage*, from Big Oak Flat to ( oulterville. Also a connecting line to Sonnra, whereby travelers may go forward without delay. Passage through from Coulterville to Sonera, and vice versa, $4. flie attfiilion of the community to the above is r...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 9 July 1861
Jefferson M. Shannon is authorized to obtain Subscriptions, Collect Accounts and do business for the Mariposa Gazettm in Fresno County. the last news our Foreign relations look brighter than ever. England is looking our Government a little more manly in the face. As we pre dieted in our last issue, the Palmerston m nistry does ant care any further to offend the United States by showing favor to the Confederates. Besides, the John Rcpssil has given Gregory in the House of Lords, the interview between Lord John and Minister Adams, seems to have been quite satis, factory, comparatively. And it is even now whisp ered that the crooked course of the English diplomacy upon American affairs, is owing to the state of Her Majesty's mind—the death of her mother has caused a grief that will not be consoled. We have only to hope that Queen Victoria may not be encircled by the black night of intellect. And this we hope, because we have always entertained great respect for many traits in her chara...
The Fourth at Sherlock's. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 9 July 1861
The Fourth at Sherlock's. The celebration of Independence Day at this place was a grand affair, and came up to the expectations of all. Many in this section availed themselves of the kind invitation extended to participate in the ceremonies of the day. Although unable to attend, a friend has kindly furnished us with the following items of events : On nearing the town, the first thing that attacted ' attention, was a large pine, whose length had been extended by the addition of a pole to its top, from which floated an American flag, placed there by Mr. H. Williams. Immediately in the rear of town, was the flag staff erected by Mr. Bctler, 125 feet high, carryiug the Americin colors with 34 stars Several other j flags were noticed in different portions of the town. ■ At half-past eleven, 34 gun 3 were fired announc- I ing the time for the commencement of exercises, when some forty ladies and two hundred gentle ( men repaired to the capicious hall of Mr. Lord. The Declaration of ludepe...
The Fourth at Bear Valley. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 9 July 1861
The Fourth at Bear Valley. The patriotic and loyal citizens of Bear Valley and vicinity celebrated the late anniversary of our National Independence in a style worthy of the occasion and of the glorious Union, whose temporary peril, perhaps, contributed mare than all other causes to the extraordinary enthusiasm manifested, and for which we were scarcely prepared. During nearly all the day and night preceding the Fourth, crowds of ladies, gentlemen and children came thronging into the town, on foot and on horseback, in carts, carriages, buggies, and almost every other description of known and hitherto unknown vehicle; and what to do with the mass of human beings and crowds of horses and mules, became a perplexing question with the Committee of Arrangements, hotel and stable keepers; but by dint of almost incredible exertions everybody was fixed up comfortably at last. The morning of the Glorious Old Fourth was usli ered in with a salute of Thirty-four guns from a battery of two six p...
ARRIVAL OF THE POSY. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 9 July 1861
ARRIVAL OF THE POSY. St* Lonli, Jane 30th. Wasihxotox, Jane 18th—It is stated on undoubted authority that Senator Wigfall viaited thia city in the disguise of a cattle drover, and after making a thorough reconnoissance, returned to Manassas Junction. ....The rebel guns and flags are distinctly seen at Aquia creek, and a large number of teuts are distinguishable. It is certain that a strong force is gathered there, which is to be reinforced froy time to time from the Maryland shore. ....The New York World's Washington dispatch of the 7th say, that information reache 1 there at a late hour to-night, that four regiments are advancing towards Fairfax. It is said that the rebels evacuated the village, retiring to Manassas. ....The officers across the river credit the reports reached them this morning that a Urge number of rebel troops h&lt;d retreated to Manassas Junction, in direction of Aquia creek. This is imloubtedly true. .... Beaureifird anticipated that it is the design o ...
Still Later. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 9 July 1861
Still Later. ....A naval expelition of much magnitude will soon start t&lt;&gt; operate ou the coast of Texas, consist ing of war vessels an 1 transports currying munition* of war and guns. Washington, Jane 23.1.—T0 morrow there will be an extraordinary meeting of the Cabinet, anl General Scott and his staff, and the Generals au 1 Colon**lk of regiments now in an«l about Washington, will be present. It is understood that Mijor Generals Butler Banks and Dix have all oeen 8 .mmoued. Scott will submit his programme fur prosecuting the war. That the rebels have chained theirs caunot be doubted, hence it is believed Gen. Scott has some new projects to submit at this grand council of war. ....Our Government has demanded of the Prussian Minister that the exequatur of Trapman, Prussian Consul at Charleston, who recently left Boston with dispatches from Jet* Davis to his Coramirisioner* io Kurope, shall be withdrawn, ihis demand will be complied with by that Government. It is...
C A N DID ATES. [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 9 July 1861
C A N DID ATES. J. W. Simmons it a Candidate for the office of COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION, at the ensuiug election, September next. Angeviiie 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 COUNTY CLERK of Mariposa County at tht ensuing election, to be held September 7th 1861. John W. Wilcox, of Bear Valley, is a Candidate for the ASSEMBLY, subject to the decision of the Democratic Convention of Mariposa county. "Death loves a shining mark." Gentlemen j with brandied noses will take warning. I
DIED : [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 9 July 1861
DIED : Near Agua Fria, July 3d. 18Cil. of Congestion of the Lungs Mrs. CATHARINE I.YNF. late consort of Thomas I.yne, aged 29 years, a native of Red Mile, England. Removed to this Stale, with her husband, from Jo Davis county, Illinois, in 1852. Mrs. 1,, was much esteemed in the community in which she lived, for her man) amiable qualities. £he leaves to the cliarge of her bereaved husband three interesting little sons. Her loss will be much felt by sympathizing friends, as well as the M. E. Church South, of .which «he was a member.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 9 July 1861
|t eto NOTICE. THE undersigned hereby gives notice that they will apply to the Board of Supervisors, at their next session, for a charter for a Toll Road, running from NeaPs Ranch on Australia Gulch, to De Long's Ranch. WHITE k HATCH. . White's Mill, July 9, 1861. St. Wire Rope IS 40 PER CF.N'T LIGHTER, LESS THAN ONE half the diameter and six times as durable as Manilia or Hemp Rope of equal strength, and is unaffected by change of weather. It is more particularly adapted for Derrick-Guy Ropes. Ferry Ropes and for Hoisting from Deep Shafts and Inclined Planes. Mining Companies, Ferrv Owners, kc . who use Rope for WINDING. HOISTING, or STANDING pur poses, will effect an immense saving by ordering Wire Rope through our Agents. Circulars, with a scale of weights, sizes, strengths, and list of prices annexed, will be forwarded to those interested, who can then compakk tub cost of wike and HKMP ropk. Address A. S. HALLIDIE &amp; CO,, PATENT WIRE ROPE MANUFACTURERS .... AND.... SU...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 9 July 1861
Chas. E. Bowen &amp; Bro., Hunter street, Stockton. BOWES &amp; BRO., Corner California and Montgomery Street!, S-A.3ST PRANCISOO, Wil( LESALE &amp; RETAIL ....DEALERS 1N.... FANCY &amp; STAPLE GROCERIES &amp; PROVISIONS Household Utcii«il«, Ac. California Produce, BOOTS, SHOES, / AND (3 Parties from mariposa visiting Stockton. wMI find it greatly to tlieir advantage to call an,l examine our large Stock, which we offer for Cash at 10 per cent, lower than any other House in Stockton, an we have a Store in San Fiancieco ami purchase our Good* at Imported prices: We have now in Htore and daily receiving Good® selected with care from recent importation*, consisting in part of the following: Sl'GAß—Parrels crushed Sugar ; Barrels New Orleans Sugar ; Rarrels Refined Sugar ; Mats China Sugar : Mats Calcutta Sugar : Bar Sugar, 4c., for sale hy V. R. BOWEX &amp; BRO. . Klour, Meal, Barrels Alviso Flour, Barrels Golden Gate Flour, Barrels t ity ...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Mariposa Gazette — 9 July 1861
....«»en. I atterson, commander of the military department of Pennsylvania, ha* issued the following A hires* to the soldiers under his command, now mo ving southward from Chambers burg. It Agrees substantially with those which Gen. Butler and (Jen. McClelland issued when they advanced into the * 4 enemy's country ": 41 To the United Slates Troops of this Department :— The restraint which has necessarily been imposed upon you. impatient to overcome those who have raised their pitricidal nands against our country, is about to be removed. You will soon meet the iusur gents. *• Von ar«» not the aggressors. A turbulent faction, milled by ambitious rulers, in time of profound peace and national prosperity, have occupied your! forts and turned the guns against you ; have seized ' your arsenal* and armories, and appiopriated to themselves Government supplier ; have arrested and held prisoners your companions marching to their homes under State pledge of security, and have captured vessels ...