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The Doiagi of the Democracy. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 27 February 1860
The Doiagi of the Democracy. Last summer, we heard Governor Weller make a speech, wherein he failed of relatingthat touching story of the Irish soldier who took a smile just as he was dying, but in which he said, " talk about the Democratic party having wings! Wings, yer grandmother! The Democracy haint got no icings!" We disagreed with his Excellency then, and dissent from his opinion now. We believe the Democratic party has "wings," and we think we saw two of those wiugs in high feather on Saturday last. We are firmly convinced that we saw both those wings flap and flutter; and while one side of the unwashed bird of Democracy was - given slight ascendency by said flapping, : the other side trailed in the dust as if its wing was broken—as it was. pretty much. We did not witness nil the agonizings j that transpired at the Court House, on 1 Saturday, but saw enough. One wing seemed to be rare-done and the other to be a blazing IlVrfc 'o rham Democracy. Both those win&lt;ys se...
A Speaker Kleetcd. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 27 February 1860
A Speaker Kleetcd. The great anil effective lucubration to | the machinery of government has finally , been accomplished. A speaker has been elected and members of Congress can draw their salaries and mileage, and settle \ip their boarding and wash bills and go to work pro bono publico. Notwithstanding its very bad begin-iing, this Congress may immortalize itself yet. It is said that Gwin has given notice of the early introduction of the Pacific Railroad Bill into the Senate; and we have newspaper assurances that that bill will suit everybody. If it does, of course it will soon pass into a law, and the House of Representatives by passing it and a California Telegraph Bill, and then hastening to adjourn, will redeem itself and leave behind it a better name than any of its predecessors has gained in the past ten years, or more. Although, we believe it to be all nonsense to make the declaration that the election of anybody as Speaker would cause the dissolution of the Union, yet we reg...
TELEGRAPHIC. [BY UNION TELEGRAPH LINE]. REPORTED TOR THE MARYSVULE DAILY APPEAL. San Francisco Rewi- [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 27 February 1860
TELEGRAPHIC. [BY UNION TELEGRAPH LINE]. REPORTED TOR THE MARYSVULE DAILY APPEAL. San Francisco Rewi- SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 26. The steamer Senator arrived here, today, from the South. The following persons have been elected delegates to the Democratic State Convention, to be held at Sacramento City : J. L. Brent, K. J. C. Kewen, M. Keller, A. Pico, J. B. Scott, A. J. King, J. D. Mott, J. B. Winston, F. Backman, M. Morrison, and A. J. Cornell. ARRIVALS. —Ship Henry Brighain Potter, 1 '■!."&gt; days from New York ; ship Hindostan. 152 days from Hamburg ; schooner Metis, 203 days from New Port, R. 1., via Rio Janerio.
(OVER TIIE NORTHERN LINE.] Rich Hoortx. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 27 February 1860
(OVER TIIE NORTHERN LINE.] Rich Hoortx. YHEKA, Feb. 20. Rich quart/, nt Jacksonville, Oregon. The Jacksonville Sentinel says Ish k Co. have completed their arustra, and up to Tuesday last had crushed 400 pounds of quartz rock, the product of which was 444 ounces of gold. From a piece weighing four pounds, twelve and a half ounces of gold was obtained. It is estimated that this company have already taken out §125,000. Two pieces, one weighing seven pounds and the other twenty pounds, have been sent to J. W. Tucker, San Francisco, in order that the people of California may witness for themselves the surpassing richness of these new mines. On Friday evening, the Ish Company cleaned up the rock from the arastra, and from less than HOO pounds of rock they obtained sixty pounds of amalgum. Uos3 k Co. have crushed 300 pounds of rock, which has given an average of ten dollars to the pound. One piece, weighing 3 polinds, gave six ouuees, and another weighing 14 pounds, gave 30 ounces of gold...
| Arrrlval* nt the St. Nichols*. HICKOK & CO Proprietors. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 27 February 1860
| Arrrlval* nt the St. Nichols*. HICKOK &amp; CO Proprietors. SUNDAY, Feb. 2ii. 1880. &lt;teo. B. Uphnm Nicholas. Dr. Compton. Colusa. T. Ilolloway 4 lady. K. X. Willard. L« Porto. J. S. Migrant. Dow»l»vlUeTho«. Freehill.Downlevillo A. J. Kwult. ."and Flat. O- D.Jewett, N. Y. lIOUKC . 3. A. Wood, San Fran. 11. 0. Fenstermaker 11. I'. Kctcliani, N. Y. Jerry Parsons, Bear River 1,, w. Adsid. Freneh Cor. John Clny, do. 0. Onenl, Forest City. A. Illark, Sutter county. C. 1.. Ilanty, Oroville. E. J Miller. do. 1. 11. Police, Downicvllle.Thoß. Conlen, Smnrtsville W. Lane &amp; lady.San Fron.Jas. O'Brien, do. Bob. Middlemist. fleo. IJIWS, Marvsrille-
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 27 February 1860
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. MARYSVILLE THEATRE. PROFESSOR ANDERSON, On Thursday Evening, March lit* Appearing both t&gt;« Muglciim and Actor on the same evening. feb'27tf PURE BRANDIES AND WIHE«r HVSICIANS, INVALIDS and EPICURES, may always obtain PURE BRANDIES uml WINES of nil descriptions from BARRY *. FATTEN, Corner of Sacramento and Montgomery streets, SAN FItANCISCO. Wholesale store No. 1 'St Sacramento street. febO-Sui WANTED —A well favored and industrious young woman can obtuin wages, ranging from $4O to $5O per month in a respectable timily, about 40 mill s in the country upon application to STAIII/8 City Intelligence Office, No. :!0 1) street, bet. Ist and 2d. WANTED— Two or three Musicians to piny in u saloon in the mountains: also one comic singer for the same place. Situation for nine months and good wages given. Apply at STAIII/S City Intelligence Office. No. 80 D street, liet. Ist and lid. FOUND — Wai picked up 111 the street and left at this office, yesterday, n bunc...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 27 February 1860
ASSAY OFFICES. MARYSVILLE PIONEER H. HARRIS &amp; CO., [Successor to Harris k Man-hand. ] K Street, near the corner of Second, MARYSVILLE. Also—T3 J street. Sacramento, and 109 Sacramento street. San Francisco. Will continue to carry on the buriness of Melt' Ing, Refining and Assaying Gold and Ores, OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. WE GUARANTEE the correctness of our Assays, and hind ourselves to |&gt;ay tho differences that may arise with any of the U. S. Mints. Returns made in from 6 to 12 hours, iu BARS or COIN. of Quartz Assayed and valued. TKHMS or ASSAYING—The same as in San Francisco. Jan'23-my 11. HARRIS A CO. 11. w. THEALL, ('HAS. A. KEVSER. ASSAY OFFICE THEALL &amp; TO., SUCCESSOR TO JFSTH * LLL'XTF.R, NO. 102. FIRST ST., BETWEEN D AND 111011, Marysville. GOLD AND OHFS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, MELTED .IJM .ISS./ITI) At San Francisco rates, and Returns made in 11ARS OK UNITED STATES COIN, within six hours. Our Assays are guaranteed, and liars discounted at the low...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 27 February 1860
AUCTION. H. BARHETT^ AUOTIOWa^ D. STKBT, MAHYgvau, ' INFORMS the public he In rend, ,» to attend to th« wauts of those Jhn i"*" services for the sale of * Who «*| GROCERIES, DRY GOOD», Merchandise «enen||| REAL ESTATE AT PUBLIC AUCTION OR I'JtITATg Sj^ K EFUENCES: F. M. RAMIREE, Ctrrpivvtv FALKNER it BULL. CHAS mv ,X . , W. 11. SAMPSON, And the inhabitants generally 0 f thertt; JOHN H. Cor* First it&lt; and Commercial Ufa WHOLKBALE DEALKR IN Flour, Groceries, visions, CLOTHING, BOOTS &amp; Sflfljjj MINING IMPLEMENT!, he-, Ac., hci A'"" 0 ' has constantly on hand BXttt.EY Pm, TOM. ONIONS; BEANS, and 0® I* EfcD; of which he h ill sell at the lowt.i J? ket rates. ** Commission and Forwarding. Having added the alwvo to his usual buil**. is prepared to receive and forward enodT, promptni-ss and dispatch, at the lowest goiin n and solicits the patronage of his old friend. mi, JmSI} Busies and Harness TIIE subscriber has for sale at the NEW F&lt;i LANK NL'KSEKY. fou...
[From our own Correapoudent.] gierM>(>(° Corr«»po*de»ee. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 27 February 1860
[From our own Correapoudent.] gierM&gt;(&gt;(° Corr«»po*de»ee. SACRAMENTO, Feb. 25, 1860. EDITOR APPEAL :—Nothing of conseuence transpired in the Legislative halls (o-dav. There was an approach to n "flare-up" between Senators Peachy and Btaarp, both of San Francisco, over a bill ranting some water franchise in the city if scheme* atu? swindles; but no harm same of i&lt;&gt; beyond the ventilation of a ittle truth. It is a singular fact that in jl public bodies where San Francisco is epresented, her delegates have roost feari,l and irrepressible quarrels between hemselvcs. This has been so in all party inventions, and is so in both branches of the Legislature. It is safe to calculate that the biggest rumpus that will be made in the coming State Convention, will be confined to the delegation from that " sea godom;" that "Gehenna of the waters." The Sacramento Senators reported in favor of a bill granting to William G. English, and others, the right to ...
I NonntalaCarrtirta«ni(. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 27 February 1860
I NonntalaCarrtirta«ni(. YOUNG'S HILL, Feb. 22. EDITOR APPEAL:— The boys sais that the feller thai is ritin toy arc vnUblt paper from this plaice, is a strechin what he rites nowingly or else he dont live here, at aul and quencqently ainte posted and thinks its the trouth, and the Boys wants me to rite caus they aint had much time and I ollway, draughs out there Bils of sails and them things, and they no's that I've got good learnin and when them fellers gits to goin, its got to come, and they sais they dont want eny poore fellers pholed cause theyve been, and they want the watte.r themselves, and donte want eny more comin and a scouragin them out, so they want me to correctify some mistakes made by that feller thats ben ritin lcters to you. Caus if the good publick se them letes and that they was tru, theyd come rite up here and wede hev to starv. Tliares sum claims here which ar doin a prety good thing, but they ante but one or too, mebbe they air takin out five dol ars a dey and ...
Supreme Court Deelalon. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 27 February 1860
Supreme Court Deelalon. LANDIS V. TURNER.— Suit for services rendered and materials furnished, and for farm produce furnished. The items of the account are not given in the complaint, and the services rendered, materials and a tides furnished are designated in general terms. The answer admits the rendition of services nnd the furnishing of materials, but denies that they were of the value alleged in the complaint. The plaintiff, oti the trial before the referee, gave his book of accounts in evidence, lie offered himself as a witness, and testified that the same was his book of original entries, and that he kept no other book ; that he had no clerk ; that the charges were first made on a slate, and copied into a book within from one to three days. Defendants objected to the examination of plaintiff, on the ground of his incompetency as a suitor ; and to the introduction of the book, on the ground that it was not sufficiently proved. Upinion by Chief Justice Field. It was held that ne...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 27 February 1860
Tlie following letter, which emphatically speaks for itself, was written by the Dean of the Faculty of the 1 liiladelphia College of Medicine, to the editors of the Pacific Medical and Surgical Journal, ban t rancisco, for publication: m-.L : J'""-AI)ELHIII*, January 17, 1860. To the KUtnrinf the J'lirific Mnticat ami Surgical Journal Geutlcmen: My attention has lieen railed to An article in the December numl»er of your Jour* l?''mW?!? the ail eutulrm degree granted by the Philadelphia College of Medicine to Dr. h. J. Caipkay. When the application for the degree was made to the J acuity, it was accompanied by affidavits and testimonials to the effect that Dr. Czapkav was a regular graduate M. D. of the University of Pesth, had served as Surgeon in the Hungarian armt' and was a regular practitioner of Medicine. On the strength of these the degree was granted. The art euiuU m degree, as its name Implies, is conferred on graduates only, and gives us new privileges. Had there been the s...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 27 February 1860
1 It ■ *~b; . . n ***» TMrt Mmt, Mit|rwllli| POMMAM «WM.D BAR* iID MLB DVIT, At beat markit ntN, nsfce advaaees oa IMI Dm! consigned to Mm U.l. Matte eataag*. 49- ULL lAITUUI IXCHAOB 'fil In sons to Mtt, at outsat wtss. DRAW CHECK! AT PAR ON SAN FRANCISCO AND BACRAMINTO. Ship Treasure to New York on the moat favorable term*, covered by Insurance in the boat London Companies. Attend to COLLECTIONB, and transact a General Banking business. &lt;ICICKSII&lt;VBCR. Agency Qaodalupe Mines, Santa Clara. A large supply constantly on hand, and for sale at San Francisco Agents' rates. jan23-my REYNOLDS BROS. P. DECKS*, I. H. H. JSWKTT, J. A. PAXTOJI. DECKER, JEWETT &amp; PAXTOX, VAHTIVILLK. Banking Honrs Arom • a.m. to 4 p.m. ADVANCES ON; FOR ASSAY AT P. 8. MIST. CHECKS AT PAR ON PARROTT &amp; CO., SAN FRANCISCO. B. F. HASTINGS * CO., SACRAMENTO. OUR SIGHT AND TIME DRAFTS ON AMERICAN EXCHANGE BANK, NEW YORK, Available in the principal cities of the Union Interes...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 27 February 1860
BOOKS, AC. ! BOOKS!! BOOKS!!! STATIONERY, MUSIC! FANCY ARTICLES! k c., ioftttic] AT TUB &gt;ry«villo Book MUSIC STORK! fiIJSTAVE AH¥, Respectfully calls the attention of liisold friends and patrons and the pnblic in general to liin NEW AND INCREASED STOCK —OF—HOLIDAY GIFTS, STANDARD LITERARY WORKS, PROSE AND POETICAL VOLUMES, NOVELS, ALBUMS, AND MAGAZINES, NEW SHEET MUSIC, ENGRAVINGS, FANCY GOODS, TOYS, ARTICLES OF VERTU WRITING MATERIALS, ETC., ETC. All of which he offers for sale at tho most. favorable rates. This i.l the largest and beet selected stock of the kind north ot San Francisco, and is scarcely equaled in the State. He also has on hand a large supply of that invaluable work— BANCROFT'S CALIFORNIA LAWYER AND FORM BOOK. He is in constant receipt of all the choicest Magazines, Periodicals and Papers, the latest sheet Music, and new books of every kind at WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. Tlie attention of INTERIOR MERCHANTS is solicitnd to his very complete stock, which will be...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 27 February 1860
CLOTHING. CHEAP THING H. EILGRMAW &amp; CO. MERCHANT TAILORS —A N D Fashionable Clothiers, Arc now Helling their large stock of WINTER CLOTHING AT IMPORTED COST, 'To make room for a large stock of SPRIA'G € LOTHIJTV, About to arrive from New York. Cloths, Cassimeres and Vestings, MA PE VP TO ORDER IN A PREMIUM STYLE, AT THIS LOWEST CASH PRICES. Gentlemen prclering having their SPRING AND SUMMER CLOTHINO Made to order in New York, cull do so bj leaving their order at H. EILERMAN CO.'S. Na extra charge made for garments so ordered, and returnable in sixty days. JUST RECEIVED, A LARGE INVOICE OF INDIAN TAX AND }IVOL K.XIT GLOVES. H. EILERMAN &amp; CO. 64,1) Street, next door to the Theater, jan23-tf MARVSVILIE. T. B. ELDER, HAS THE BEST ASSORTMENT OF; House Furnishing (woods To be found in California, consisting of STOVES, niUTAXNA, CROCKERY, CLASS, STONE, Wooden Ware ! ! Together with everything uecessary to furnish a KITCHEN or DINING-ROOM, at prices to suit the circu...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 27 February 1860
MISCELLANEOUS. J. 8. ESHOM, NO. «• THEATER IVILDtHC. BOOTS lijrn SHOES CHEAP FOR CASH No« in nlorc, a large and nrll .elected «tnck of Boots, 8hoo«, rt!o., From nil tbe best manufacturers in the United States and France from tln- lineal to tbe hesviett. The atentiou of Ladies is invited to a flue assort - tnent of ail the various styles of (Saltern, Basklni, Slipper*, At., too numerous to mention. Purchasers will lind it to their advantage to call and examine before bli ing elsewhere, all which I offer at something üb© cost. Also, connected with the establishment. OILS, CAMPHENE, 4te., At wholesale and retail, at the lowest market pries Also. Kerosene or Coal Oil. jan26-niy. ATTENTION! SMOKERS I THE UNDERSIGNED BEO LEAVE TO INform their patrons and friends that they have now made such arrangements with the lower houses as will give them the advantage over all competitor* in their line of business, and which will put tl,«.u. inconstant reception of the fineßt and newest branaa of Hav...