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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 25 February 1860
SALOONS. MERCHANTS' HOTEL SALOON. JOHN IS HAPPY TO ANNOUNCE to ltia old patron* and the public generally, that be In again at liin Old Stand, TIIE MERCHANTS' HOTEL BAR, whore he will continue to pan* out the samo good old drink* and cigars at cents. BILLIARD TABLES always in order. jan23-my JOHN K. CONKLIN. MAGNOLIA SALOON. j". T. Mczrmss, D St., 2d Door from Ist. jan23-my SAN FRANCISCO LAGER BEER SALOON, Southwest corner of D and Firit streets, bose- . inent story, Murysville. THE undersigned would respectfully invite the pnldie to his SALOON, where the best of WINES, LIQUORS and CIGAKS mav be had. He has, also, TWO SPLENDID BILLIARD TABLES, for the amusement of those who delight in this healthful game. bnncli every night from 8 to 12 o'clock. jan23 JACOB BCHEKUR. MOUNTAINEER SALOON, Western Houne Building, O Street. BROPHY &amp; LAWLER, Proprietor*. THE very ls&gt;st of WINKS and LIBORS always "U hand. For further particulars call in. J. E. BKOI'HY, ja23-my WM. B. ...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 25 February 1860
THE KA&amp;YSVLLLB DAILY APPEAL I» delirered by our Cfcrrier, to Sttterribern in tha city, at the T«ry moderate charge of 88 Cents P®r Wools., PATABLK TO TOE CAKIUU. We have »t our terms. for copiea deliTered by mail at tbo following reasonable rates: O.NT YKAR (in advance) 98 00 Six MONTHS, S 00 Timet: Months, 3 00 OTR OROVILLK AGlST.—Tlionias Callow, Esq., ia our duly authorized agent in Oroville. He will furnish thn paper to Bubst*rilfcr3 ond jeceivo and receipt for adTnrtUeuienta for the APPEAL in tb.it city. PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY'S LINE FOll PANAMA, Connecting via Panama Railroad with the steamers of the North Atlantic Steamship Com pony at Aapiuwall, for NEW YORK DIRECT. Tlit Only Safe and Reliable Route. DEPARTURE FROM FOLSOM STREET WHARF The magnificent steamship GOLDEN GATE, R. L. WIJITINO, .... Commander Will leavo Folttom Street Wharf, with the U. 8. Mails Passengers and Treasure, for Panama. On MONDAY ... Marelt sth. At 0 o'clock, a. m., punctually. J?T ...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 25 February 1860
ACCOMMODATION AND MORE WANTED. — The Secretary of the San Francisco and Marysville Railroad Company lias signified, through the columns ot our neighbor, the Democrat, that the public may at all times ask for and receive information respecting the affairs of the company, by calling at his office. It is a commendable willingness to accommodate the community which induces this offer to eommucate intelligence ; but if the gentlemanly Secretary will reflect upon the fact, that every property holder in Yuba and Solano counties is directly interested in this matter, he will see at once that it would be a saving of trouble to himself as well as the people, to make a statement of the condition and progress of the work. It would be well forhiiu, when lie has time, to prepare a statement of the number of hands employed in grading the road ; the number of miles under contract ; the manner in which disbursements of the company's funds are made : the probable progress towards the completion of th...
Public Printing. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 25 February 1860
Public Printing. I The many "fat" public documents | which have reached us from Sacramento, i have set us to thinking at how great an expense to the State arc those same documents printed. And a very considerable proportion of them are bnt expensive compliments to the vanity of weak-brained individuals. While "the great, intelligent masses" of the commonwealth have an undoubted right to be duly informed of the doings of the public servants, those same masses would fain avoid being taxed ; to pay for the printing which is only iu- : tended to reflect a moiety of dim and shallow glory upon an ambitious amendcr of the hog law, or a half-bcsottcd spouter of national politics. It is too bad that so much trash should yearly be made "lite--1 rature" at the hands of the State Printer, : and at the people s cost. But in all probality, stupid nieu with useless and extravagant ambitions, will have place in the Legislature for years to come, and undoubtedly the State will have to pay the shot w...
Majority Report of theCommlttee on lntllau Affairs. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 25 February 1860
Majority Report of theCommlttee on lntllau Affairs. The following is the majority report of the Indian War Committee. The undersigned, of the special committee. to whom was committed the investigation of the subject matter of the Kibbe, Tehama and Pitt River expedition of 1859, under the instruction of the House now report: That the testimony taken before the committee, as well as the papers accompanying the same, herewith reported, reveal a wanton disregard of the public interest in the initiation and conduct of the so-called "Indian wars," as to meet the condemnation of every good citizen. It is sufficiently shown by the investigation made by the committee, that the bill for the payment of the "war" above referred to should cot be passed in it- present shape. The suppression of investigation by the House, in the face of the accompanying evidence and papers (the substance of which was stated by members of the committee), is nn act which we cannot pass without entering against the s...
COURT OF SESSIONS. FEBRUARY TERM. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 25 February 1860
COURT OF SESSIONS. FEBRUARY TERM. FRIDAY, Feb. 24th. People vs. .James Skelton. Argued and submitted. Verdict of tlie jury—guilty. Will be sentenced at 1 u o'clock on Monday. People vs. J. E. Slater. Demurer to indictment sustained. To be submitted to the next Grand Jury held to answer any indictment that innv be found by them. ' Jurors disehraged till 10 o'clock MonI 'toyCourt adjourned till 10 o'clock to-nior- ! row. 1
TELEGRAPHIC. [BY UNION TELEGRAPH LINE], REPORTED FOR TUC MAHTSVILLI DAILY APl'tlL. San Frsnclioo New*. AHHIVAITOP THK OVERLAND MAIL. Kleetlon of Ex-GoYemor Pennington it Speaker of the House—Congre*«lo»al Proceeding*—Pacific R. H, &c Si,• [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 25 February 1860
TELEGRAPHIC. [BY UNION TELEGRAPH LINE], REPORTED FOR TUC MAHTSVILLI DAILY APl'tlL. San Frsnclioo New*. AHHIVAITOP THK OVERLAND MAIL. Kleetlon of Ex-GoYemor Pennington it Speaker of the House—Congre*«lo»al Proceeding*—Pacific R. H, &amp;c Si, • FHESNO, Feb. 24th. The overland mail with dales from St. Louis to the 2d inst, arrived here at 5 P.M. ST. Loi is. Feb. 2d.—A rumor was current in the city yesterday, to the effect that the long contest in the I'. S. House of Representatives, had been terminated by the election of a Speaker, is confirmed by last night's dispatches. The course of the vote for a day or two previously had pointed to the election of Ex. Gov. Pennington of New Jersev. as uucveut which could not long be delayed, and the whole country had been led to anticipate that it would occur yesterday. The successful candidate obtained 117 votes: Mr. McClernard of Illinois, his Democratic competitor, 85 ; and the balance of the votes are put down as scattering. 'I lie fo...
S. P. Fair In London—Chinaman Shot~Gai< [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 25 February 1860
S. P. Fair In London—Chinaman Shot~Gai&lt; (OVKK TilK XOIITHKRX LINK.] YUKKA, Feb. 24. A privr.tc letter lias been received in tliis city from an old resident stilting that S. I'. Fair, the absconding Sheriff of Siskiyou county, is now in London, under an assumed name. A Chinaman was shot dead while in the act of robbing the sluices on a claim 011 Deadwood. The miners held a meeting. approved the action, and ordered all Chinese to leave the creek. The command was immediately obeyed. The revenue of the Yreka Gas Company is 52.0U0 per month.
SacrimtntoKtwii Lrglililnrr»Srnt*ne« of Lnndbtrg £1 Dorado for Douglnn. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 25 February 1860
SacrimtntoKtwii Lrglililnrr»Srnt*ne« of Lnndbtrg £1 Dorado for Douglnn. SKNATK. —Tlie Hurdy-gurdy girl bill was passed. Vote by which State Assaverbill passed was reconsidered. Telegraph monopoly bill made special order for Tuesday next. Watkins introduced a bill to appropriate money for Agricultural purposes. ASSEMBLY. —The bill to pay Thompson k Fornian, was made special order for Tuesday. Sunday hill taken tip and referred to committee on Public morals. All other papers connected with the Kibhc war. referred to standing committee on Indian affairs. Rill to allow witnesses fees in criminnl cases in certain counties, including Yuba, was passed. Peter Lundberg was sentenced this morning in the Dist. Court, to be hung on Friday the 13th of April, next. He requested, by his counsel, as much time as could be given him for preparation. There was rumor here this afternoon, that the El Dorado County primary election, had resulted in a Douglas triumph.
Arrrftval* at the St. Nicholas. HICKOK 4 CO Proprietors. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 25 February 1860
Arrrftval* at the St. Nicholas. HICKOK 4 CO Proprietors. FRIDAY, Feb. 24, IftAO. J l&gt;ow and lady. Sat tor. J Shepherd, Placer co. K It Kail, Oroville. Dr Klwood, 44 L» llogatif Sucker Flat. •! Nicholson, Orand IPI. K Hogan, " J Redlone, Green Val. SOuntaon. " B Fowler, Yolo county. 1) Cainpliell. " «l Fowler, 44 PHogan, " T SOlin, Ohio. .1 Burner, 44 M Mowy, Button. T llurt. Nicholas. I) Stortp, Ohio. A llsirt, " W Spilinan, Orand IPI. .1 Kecnan, Sucker Flat. P McGloviu, Sucker Flat F Purcell, F Hteeler, Pnrk'u Bar. R Kenedy, 41 N A Bnlln, Yolo co. ,1 Kergau, " (• 1) Wood, Nevada. T Phillips, City. .1 Mony, Sucramcuto. M W Weston, Long Bar.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 25 February 1860
HORSK BHGAKINU. —A fine, strong, 5 handsomely built young horse was under- ' going the process of being " broken'' into , dray hauling yesterday, down on the Plasa, The dray to which he was attach- ' ed was heavily loaded with flour and be ' was made to haul and wheel and back up . his load greatly to his horsely displeasure, f Ilis tamer seemed to disregard the theories and practices of professor Rarey, and when the equine himself became " rarey'' . and stood upon his hind feet, sharp, stingi ing cuts from a blacksnake whip taught 1 him that his master believed more in the , virtue of force than in the efficacy of moral suasion. Think the beast could i be brought iuto tractability and proper training better by the Rarery-fying pro- ! cess than by hard knocks. DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION. —The dear 1 devoted friends of Democracy, in its organic purity, will meet to day and hold a convention for the weal or woe of their immutable principles in this county. What is to be done, will be done ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 25 February 1860
jan23-my H. w. TIIKAI,!., ASSAY Citizen's Steam Navigation Co. an... A Dividend of two ('J) per cont. has ' won declared l&gt;y the Trustees of thin ■uSWefeißßl Company, payable in cash 011 and after the 18th iiiHt. HORACE 11EACH, Sec'y. MarynYllle. Feb. IT, 1880. frbOMf H. 8. * J. C. RANSOM, —DEALERS I* — FLOUR, FEED, RARLEV, VEGETABLES, ETC., FORWARDERS OF MERCHANDISE. CONSIGNMENTS solicited, which shall r«eeire our prompt attention and be forwarded to any part of the mines with dispatch. We ;uv the agents of J. T. Haviland t Co.'a celebrated CALIFORNIA MADE MATCHES, and supply the trade at manufacturer'! prices; and ask every trader to give them a trial. We warrant them to give satisfaction, or refund the money. feb'AVmy BEAR RIVER STALL, CENTRE MARKET—WEST EX D. DOMINICK CORRELL. a Is now pri'pareil to supply his customers with FRESH MEATS, UAMK and POULTRY every day. Restaurants anil Hotels supplied at ates. feh2ft-my WANTED— A well fovored and industrious young woman c...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 25 February 1860
AUCTION. H. BARNETT^ AUOTIONjij D. HTGET, MARVBVttH, INFORMS the public he is r»nd, , to *tt*nd to the want* of thow'wk. services for the sals of *®» *l* GROCERIES, DRY GOOD,, Merchandise General REAL ESTATE A T PUBLIC A VCTION OS VHIVA TK K EFRENCES: KM. RAMIREZ, Capt l&gt;tv»&gt; FALKNEIt A BELL, CHAS ® W. 11. SAMPSON, "4 And '•&gt;«'"habitants generally of U* ;i |, JOHN H. TGNft'KSi Cor. First •*. Md Commercial WHOLESALE DEALER IX Flour, Groceries, p H visions, CLOTHING, BOOTS k SHQ| MINING IMPLEMENTS, Ac., ire.. ALSO, Ims constantly on hand IIAIW.KY v, TOES, ONIONS. BEANS, and oW ; FEED; all of whirt, ho will sell at the I ket rates. ™ l " Commission and Forwardli|, Having added the above to his usual Imiitw in prepnrod to receive and forward Koods&lt; promptiicHN and dispatch, at the lowest coin. i» iiml solicits the patronage of his old friends &gt;n!i Buggies and Harney Tllh sub«rritH&gt;r has for etnlo at t!i« NEW r\&lt...
.- Act for the Erection of » Bull*J,A for a State Reform School, and for tl»e Regulation of the Same. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 25 February 1860
.- Act for the Erection of » Bull*J,A for a State Reform School, and for tl»e Regulation of the Same. The People of the State of California, represented in Senate and Assembly, do enact as follow : SICTIOK 1. There shall be erected n tbe land conveyed to the State, by the Common Council of the City of MarysHe a State Reform School, for the iustraction, employment, and reform of juvenile offenders. Sic. 2. For this purpose, there shall be elected, in joint convention of the two branches of the Legislature, convened for that purpose, three Trustees, two of whom •ball be residents of the county of Yuba, whose term of office shall be for two years, or until their successors are qualified, who shall be authorized and empowered to erect, or cause to be erected, a building suitable for the accommodation of not jest than eighty boys, and for all necesjarv offices for Teachers and Assistants, in conformity, substantially, with the report, plans, and specifications, submitted to the Legislatu...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 25 February 1860
BOOTS and SHOES FOR SALE, MADE AND REPAIRED B. S. INDIAN &amp; CO.'S BOOT AND SHOE ESTABLISHMENT, I Oil D Street, two Doom Above the Pout Office. ( The undersigned warrants 111* Manufactures to , be of tint very brnt &lt;|ii:ility. nml in prepared to do CUSTOM WORK at most reasonable rates. I B. S. INMAN, &amp; 00. X. B. REPAIRING done with neatness and dis- ; patch. fcMfVniv OPPOSITION TO MONOPOLY: GRAND RAFFLE. Flit.ST PRIZE, ONE OOLO BAR. SECOND PRIZE, DIAMOND CLUSTER RING. To bo raffled for ut the MARYSVILLE EXCHANGE. fcbl!l-3t N. B. JACOBS *. CO., DKALKRS IX LOS AN(!ELKS AND SONOMA WIXES, Rosenbatim's Bitters, HOWARDS BUILDING, Cor. Sanaome and Commercial ut*., jan-Tl-my SAX FRANCISCO. ALFALFA. LBS. ALFALFA,California grown «IFUU -.000 lbs. Chili warranted pure and fresh. For sale at th# Troo and Seed Depot, 00 D street, next door to the Post Office jan.li.Vtf GEO. LAWS. I. C. MCQl'Ain, Mnrysville. S. IICLBURT, Tiinbuctoo. Mcftl AID * HCLBVRT, ATTORNEYS ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 25 February 1860
BOOKS, &amp;C. BOOKS! BOOKS!! BOOKS!!! STATIONERY, MUSIC! FANCY ARTICLES! Ac., Ac. INEMMUSIC || AT THE w Maryaville Book MUSIC STORE! «ISTAVE AJIY, Respectfully calls the attention of hie old friends and j patrons and the public in general to liia NEW AND INCREASED STOCK HOLIDAY GIFTS, STANDARD LITERARY WORKS, PROSE AND POETICAL VOLUMES, NOVELS, ALBUMS, AND MAGAZINES, ! NEW SHEET MUSIC, ENGRAVINGS, FANCY GOODS, TOYS. ARTICLES OF j -VERTU WRITING I MATERIALS, ETC., ETC. All of which lie offers for sale at the most favorable rates. This is the largest and best selected stock of tho kind north ot Sun Francisco, and is scnrcoly equaled in the State, lie also has on hund a large supply of that invaluable work—"BANCROKT'it I CALIFORNIA LAWYER AND FORM BOOK. He is in constant receipt of all the choicest Mnga- , zincs, Periodicals aud Papers, the latest sheet Music, and new books of every kind at WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. The attention of INTERIOR MERCHANTS is soli, j cited to his very ...