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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 27 January 1860
MKDLCAI SPERMATORRHEA, or local weakness, nervous debility, low spirits, lassitude, weakness of the limits and buck, indisposition and incapability for labor and study, dullness of apprehension, loss of memory, aversion to society, love of solitude, timidity, seli-dis trust, dizziness, headach*', involuntary discharges. pains in the side, affection* of tho eyes, pimples ou tin* face, sexual and other infirmities in man, are cured without tail l»y the justly celebrated physician and surgeon, L. .1. rZAPKAV. His method of curiug disease's is new, (unknown to other*; and hence the great success. All consultations (bv letter or otherwise) free. Address I&lt;. J. CZAPKAY, M. D., Ban Vvancisco. TLIK IiUKATKST DISCOVERY OF TilE AGJS' Um»t blessing t&lt;» Mankind! Innocent but potent! l&gt;r. L. J. CKAPKAY'S PKOPIIYLACTI CUM. (self-disinfecting agent.) a sure preventive against Gouorrlucal and Syphilitic diseases, and an unsurpassed remedy for ull venerial scrofulous...
®hc jgatlg [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 28 January 1860
®hc jgatlg THE SOUTHERN PRESS AND INCENDIARY MATTER. —The Savananh (Ga.) Republican shows the inconsistency manifested f by the course of Southern journals in de- - crying the incendiary documents of the Northern press, when they publish extracts fr&lt;Mu these very articles to be used - iu election campaigns. It instances the | ''irrepressible conflict" speech of Senator Seward, which no later than last Summer i was copied in extenso and scattered broad- &lt; cast over the country as an electioneering 1 document. Tlie Republican argues that ' if the only fear to be entertained by the circulation of these incendiary publications is the probable effect they might have on the minds of the slaves, "itmatf tercd very little whether they learned to be dissatisfied from our own newspapers or those of another State. If the intelligence is Conveyed, and they get the idea, ' the harm to them is just ns great as though received through the columns of the Tribune." MURDER Turn*...
She fpattg Appeal. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 28 January 1860
She fpattg Appeal. CLEOPATRA'S NEEDLE IN A DITCH. —In n ditch at Alexandria, there is lying one of the greatest cariosities in the world. It is the property of the British nation ; but the British nation in general does not seem to care about it. The case is different, however, with some sections of the British public who pas s through Egypt, in their passage to or from India or Australia; the majority bring away a portion of this curiosity, it being nothing more nor less than Cleopatra's Needle. There it lies in a ditch, the but end of the shaft imbedded in the earth. The last time the writer saw it—not very long ago—a Briton was sitting upon it, knocking oft' enough of the inscribed stone for himself and fellow-travelers, with a hammer The writer expostulated with his brother Briton, and reminded him that that wonderful relic of by-gone days did not belong to him, but had bren handsomely presented to the British nation, and therefore belonged to it. "Well, I know it docs," he answ...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 28 January 1860
MISC E L.L.AN EO US.! U. ARIfISTROMtr, UNION SHOP: STORE, No. 43 D Street, MARYSVILLE. THE Stock in this establishment, at the SHI present tinin. is uinirtiialty largo urul varied, fHI ami will bo constantly replenished and kept * I shall endeavor, as heretofore, to keep# superior quality of Goods, and I guarantee to sell them as low as goods of the same quality can be bought in the State. To the people of Marysvillo and surrounding country, who have |&gt;utronized me so lilwrally during the last two years. I return my grateful acknowledgments. ami I hope, by fair dealiug, to retain their confidence and patronage. No. 43 1). St., next door to tho office "f tho California Stage Co. jnn2:j-my &lt;l. ARMSTRONG. JOII\ H. Ti:.\XK\T, Cor. First nband Commercial Alley, WHOLESALE DEALER IN FLOUR, GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES, MINING IMPLEMENTS, kc. t kc., &amp;c. ALSO, has constantly on hand HAH LEY. POTATOES, ONIONS'. lIKANS, ami GROUND FEED: all...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 28 January 1860
PROFESSIONAL. it. s. MESICK, ATTORNEY AT LAW, OFFICE —Corner of High and Kirnt streets, upstairs, jani'imy MARYSVILLE, CAL. ». N. SVVEZV, ATTORNEY AT LAW, MARYSVILLE, CM.. OFFICE—Corner First and High streets, up stairs, janJ3-my C'HAS. G. HUBBARD) ATTORNEY AT LAW, And Notary Public. OmcE—s6 D Street, MARYSYII.LE. jnnUH. C. E. DE LONG, ATTORNEY AT LAW. OFFlCE —Scholl's Building, (up stairs.) D street, jan23-iny MARYSVILLE. REARDAN &amp; SMITII, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, I) Street, between Ist and 2d, j023-my Marysville. H. K. MITCHELL, ATTORNEY AT LAW, No. 45 D street, over the California Stage Office, jan23-m.v MARYSVILLE. F. L. HATCH, DISTRICT ATTORNEY. OFFICE —Over Wells, Fargo &amp; Co.'?, jan23-my MARYSVILLE. (HAS. E. FILKINg, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. OFFICE —Cor of High street and the l'laza, over Low Itro.'s Bank, jan'23-my MARYSVILLE. JOIITV T. MCCARTY, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. OFFICE —No. 76. D. Street, up stairs, jai'l-iny MARYSVILLE. It. FRANKLIN HOL...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 28 January 1860
HOTELS, t ScC. MERCHANTS' HOTEL, First Street, Marysvllle, California. «}&amp; The undersigned respectfully inform th««ir • jjl friends and tlio traveling public: also [j| those wishing a more permanent Home, LIL that they have leased the above well-known and popular establishment, and intend keeping it as a FIRST CLASS HOTEL, in every department. By reason of experience, and strict attention to the wants of our guests, we hope to merit and receive a liberal patronage. Bar and Billiard Rooms first lloor. Oflice up stairs. #jT*The House is open all night. j:.nr&gt;-my CHUKCHILL &amp; STANTON. United States Hotel, CORNER OK C AND THIRD STREETS, M A U Y 8 V I 1. E F. STOKES &amp;. SHIELDS.. ..•••••PROPRIETORS. MTHB Proprietors would respectfully inform their frieuds and the public that they have recently, at great exj»ense, fitted up tliiH NEW HOTEL, in a stylo unsurpassed louse in tlio city, and are now prepared to accommodate nil who may desire GOOD LI...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 28 January 1860
SALOONS. J. H. DOUGHERTY, UXION SALOON, V STREET. ABOVE SECOND, Marys vllle. HAVING OPENED THIS WELL KNOWN establishment. recently, I would inform my friends and patrons that I have on hand n choice stock of LIQUORS ALES and WINES, nml are well prepared to refresh the inner man with any stylo of beverage desired. Connected with ray Saloon is an Oyster stand, whore may I* 1 obtained at any hour. Oysters, Crabs, Clamx, &amp;.C., got up in every imaginable style, and warranted to give satisfaction. Harry Dougherty ill always be happy to see his friends. ja'ia-my D STREET, OPPOSITE THEATER. F. W. GETZLER, Billiards, jan23my 25cts. MERCHANTS' HOTEL SALOON! JOHN IS HAPPY TO ANNOUNCE to Ins old patrons and the public generally, that he U again at his Old. Stand, THE MERCHANTS' HOTEL BAR, where he will continue to pass out the same good old drinks and cigars at VZ]/, cents. BILLIARD TABLES always in order. jau23-tny JOHN K . RON KLIN. MAGNOLIA SALOON. J. «T. McNESS, D St., %d Door f...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 28 January 1860
THE WIZARIV. —Big hand bills stuek up in prominent pmces nit over town, tell us that Anderson, tlie great wizard of the north, is coming. We have seen him at his tricks at least,a dozen times, and we know him to be the most accomplished juggler extant. Of course fee know all about his tricks and just how lie does them, but connnp,iv. folks don't and they had better go and see him and be puzzled. INTERESTING TRIAL.—A rather interesting trial came off before Justice Merrill, yesterday, in which Patrick Quiglev was plaintiff, and about thirty other citizens of Timbuctoo. were defendants. • As near as wc could learn. Mr. Quiglev brought suit against the defendants for tearing down his fence, on the tirst of January last.— The case has been tried once, or twice previously, before ofher Justices, and has cost all parties considerable sums of mowj./ ey. The jury, after being out about half an hour, brought in'a verdict against the defendants. THEATRE. —Las't evphiii&lt;r*thc theatr...
Additional Eastern News. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 28 January 1860
Additional Eastern News. "We condense the following additional items of Eastern news from the Union of yesterday : FIREBAUGH'S FERRY Jan 26th, 18G0.' The Overland Mail with dates from St. Louis to Jan. sth, arrived here this morning at half-past 8 o'clock. DOUGLAS DELEGATES IN ILLINOIS. SPRINGFIELD, 111., Jan. 4th. The Democratic Convention met at 1 o'clock to-day. John Moore was elected President. A series of resolutions were adopted among which &gt; the [[twelfth) is its follows : "That no honorable man can'accept a seat as a dleg.te in thtf National Democratic Convention, or should be regarded" as a member ot' the Democratic party who will not abide the decision of such Convention. and support its nominees." The delegates were instructed to vote for Douglas for President.' WASHINGTON MATTERS.—The Delegates 1 from Utah will, after the organization of the House, present the application of tliat Territory for admission into the Union.— They adopted a Constitution several yea...
No Dlasolntion. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 28 January 1860
No Dlasolntion. We have heard of the election of Sher- ' man as Speaker of the Rouse of Represen- ! tatives. but we have not yet heard of the 1 dissolution of the Union". An unsophisti- ' cated listener to. or. reader of, the threats uttered by certain Hotspurs of the South, would have felt sure that upon announcement of the election of Sherman or any other Republican as Speaker, the Union of States would have instantaneously ceased to be "one and inseparable".— i i But we believe there is no possible danger of this calamity'. Whatever may be said in'the "bald unjointed chat " of j Southern fanatics, there is too much wis--1 dom and appreciation of the value of the ! Union in the South, to aduiit of its dis- ! solution upon any result that may happen j to the politicians. Could there be a dis- j i coverable chance for gain to the slaveholding states in the event of a dissolu- 1 tion, we might think there was a danger j 'of its consummation. But there i.i no ] sign of such a chance, ...
[From our own Correspondent.] Sacramento Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 28 January 1860
[From our own Correspondent.] Sacramento Correspondence. SACRAMENTO, Jan. 26, 1800. EDITOR APPEAL: —The moral portion of the inhabitants of Folsom sent in a petition to the Senate to-day, praying for a Sunday law. They do not wish to do business 011 that day, but at the same time do not, perhaps, feel willing to suspend money-making operations unless a law is framed compelling their rivals in trade to do likewise. It is too expensive now to observe the first day of the week, and legislators should at once enact a stringent law to force those who regard not that day as sacred, to shut up their shops, in order that others may not b« kept awake at church by reflections upon profits being made outside by the unrighteous. (Of course your orderly paper is not to be held responsible tor the levity of a correspondent, in regard to this or another grave matter.) The Senate passed an act to fix the time for the going into effect of general laws, viz: sixty days. A law that goes into eff;ct im...
TE LEGMIvIP HiC. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 28 January 1860
TE LEGMIvIP HiC. (BY UNION TELEOIi Al'll LINK'. RiPGP.rit) FOR IHE MARYSVILLE DAILY APPEAL. SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 27. It is whispered in private circles that Thos. Hayes, Esq., ex-County Clerk of this county, has sent a challenge to fig-ht a duel, to Jas. Freeborn, Esq., merchant of Front street. It is stated that the difficulty arose from expressions used by Mr. Freeborn, regarding Mr. Hayes, at the Oriental, on the occasion of Mr. Hayes' assault upon Mr. Lyons. It is not yet known whether Mr. Freeborn will accept the challenge, but the impression seems to be that he will do so. The market for most articles remains quite inactive. There has been another movement in coffee, indicating the restoration of previous high rates. The damaged cargo, per Ivich, advertised for sale by auctiog, this morning, was withdrawn, and it is rumored that a combination has been entered into by the various holder.-. Several parcels of teas, of good quality sold at auction at prices ranging from 20 to 35c....
I.cgislntlve. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 28 January 1860
I.cgislntlve. SACRAMENTO, Jan. 27. SENATE. —A bill was passed for the relief of purchasers of real estate under sales by administrators. A bill to extend homestead law *0 unmarried people, was made the special order for Friday next. A concurrent resolution was adopted to appoint Joint Committee 011 location of Capitol, to consist of four from each House. HOUSE.—A resolution was adopted, instructing our Senators and requesting our Representatives to advocate additional compensation for taking United State's census ; also, to use all endeavors to secure to California five per cent, on safes of government land.
District Court. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 28 January 1860
District Court. HON. S. M. RLISS, JUDGE. FMDAT, January 27, 1860. F. B. Higgina vs. .T. L. McDonald, et nl. Leave to amend answer and flic same in five days, upon payment of costs per term. Cause continued. F. B. lllggins against Wortcll and McDonald. Tried by the Court, argued and submitted. Court adjourned till 10 o'olock to-day, Saturday.
MARRIED, [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 28 January 1860
MARRIED, At the Eureka House, Linda townsuip, hy Jaspar Rand, Erin-, January -7th, JAMES CRANKSHAW, of Tlmbuctoo, to CATHIUVE MURPHY, of Ronton, MOM. In thin oily, at the Catholic Church, 011 the evenit 1# nfihr JBth inst., by th« llev. Father Slattory, Mr. Joitv KENNY to Mis* JANE BRANNAX, both of Sierra county.