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pm ■ Nevada Item*. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 2 March 1860
pm ■ Nevada Item*. i'fhe Nevada Democrat of yesterday, ruislu'S us with the following items : Andrew Scola and a Chileno, known the imine ot' "Spanish Joe," were arlted last Saturday, charged with having ered into 11 conspiracy to rob the Neiska Company. It is stated a plan was J to commit the robbery, on Saturday, 18th inst., t« accomplish which, tliey I determined to murder C. H. Seyur, the superintendent of the claims ; from some cause, the attempt was not dent that time, and the officershifving ftined « clue to the conspiracy, the ties above named were taken into cus[v. They were brought before Justice lith, on Monday, for examination, hut case was postponed uniil to-day. ila was one of the parties implicated ,he attempt to rob Mr. San ford on the ht of the 11 th ilist., but the evidence i not sufficient to hold him on that rge, and he was discharged. There are now no less than fifteen loners in the county jail, on the foling charges : One for assault with into murder; two for h...
®he aDailj* Appeal. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 2 March 1860
®he aDailj* Appeal. FABI.K.—A gourd hud wound itself around a lofty palm, ami in a few weeks climbed to its very top. "How old mayest thou be?" asked the new-comer. "About an hundred years." "About an hundred years, and no taller! Only look: I have grown as tall as you in a fewer days than you count year." '•I know that well,'' replied the palm: •'every summer of my life a gourd has climbed up around me, as proud as thou art, and as short-lived as thou wilt be." We have seen beautiful poems written in ink; we have seen still more beautiful ones written on leaves and flowers, upon the lulls and vales; but the most beautiful of all arc written in flesh and blood. EMIORATION IN 185!) —During the year 1859 seventy-nine thousand three hundred and twenty-two emigrants arrived in New York. This number is seven hundred and thirty-three greater than the arrivals in 1858. - » ffleir On the Western rivers during 1859, there were 62 steamboats sunk, 26 burned, and 6 lost by explosions ;by which...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 2 March 1860
DAILY APPEAL. fCBIJ,'";" * Tin MORJ " XO ( ,V ™ XY "OKPTKI.) At jfo. 61 D Street, UP .STAIRS, jY O. W. BLOOIt ct CO. TV BI.OOK- «■ OERICK9ON, W. V BW)OR. idvertlwrneH's Inwrtwl •&gt;» the most rauwn- " ' iilile ti-nim. ' motlce.—Mr. C. A. CRANK i» o«r LiA'Tlionml A K .'»t in Ban Pranclsro to r.-c.-iv« i 'mi'iitf 1111,1 »nb#criptious, receipt for the Iverti*'" (nuignct Imsinew! generally, fur the L I'prr.M- Office No. 17'J Montgomery »tre«t, ult u and Jackson, opposite thu t» * . «. ARll*TltO\&lt;&gt;J. UNION SHOE STORE, No. 43 D Street, MARYSVILLE. Sjfel THE Stork in thin establishment, at the rll present time, in unusually large iturl varied, f will be constantly replenished aud kept rl 1 '?" ** n «l°a v «&gt; r , n* heretofore, to k*ep a superior jj'ygj ofOoodi, and I guarantee to sell them as low State le Hamo 'luulity can bo bought in the rmTlV 10 "f Marysville mid surrounding th«» i rV ' w "°' ,ave patronized me so liberally during loaJ. 0 . VPft...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 2 March 1860
M r S C E LLANEOUB. DRUGS! DRUGS!! DRUGS!!! KICK, com N &amp; CO., 27 D street, Marysville. KKDINtITON A CO. 107 Clay street, San Francisco. $ KK,: £jk Tl vEEP CONSTANTLY OX HAM) The Largeitt and Most U COMPLETE STOCK OF GOODS In their line to ho found «»n the Pacific Const. They arc in regular receipt, by "Clipper" and u FiXpress," of Fresh Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Surgical and Dental Instruments. Fancy Articles, Perfumery, &amp;c M &amp;c„ with every novelty which makes its appearance in the east. All of which they are selling at prices defying competition. All orders attended to with promptness and dispatch; KICK, COFFIN &amp; CO., ) Marvsville, [ REDINGTON &amp; CO., ) jan 24-my San Francisco, j ggtnf] li. LEWIS &amp; Co., Corner of Second and D Slrees, CIGARS AND TOBACCO, A T WIIOLE 8 A L R AX I) UKTA I L. ■HTIIATFAHVIV '••I* puoj,«H |&gt;nu ci ''ia,l o n xami s a w l '«j v * i Atari ,r i Fll KN C H a U NSMI TH. 101 Tr...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 2 March 1860
PROFESSIONAL. I. C. MCQUAID, Mans vi lie. S. lIULBURT. McQU All) 6l HILBI RT, ATTORNEYS AXI&gt; COUNSELLORS AT LAW, MAKVSTII.LK, CAI. Office on Second struct, opposite the Western llotet. near the Laud Office. feb2lmy JOHN T. McLEAN, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. OFFICE—I) street, above Second street. Residence corner sixth and High streets. [feb2B-my L. I.ASVKINES, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, OFFICE—D street, near the Theatre, feh'Jß-inv MASTUVIUE. R. S. MESK K, ATTORNEY AT LAW, OFFICE —Corner of High and First s'treets, up stairs jani'lniv MARYSVILLE, CAL. li. N. SWEZY, ATTO R N E Y A T LA W, MAKYSVILLE, CAL. OFFICE—Corner First and High streets, up stairs, jsin23-my ('HAS. G. HUBBARD, ATTORNEY AT LAW, And Notary Public. OFFICE—SO I) Street, MARVSTILLK. jan'23. C. K. DE LOX(i, ATTORNEY AT LAW. OFFlCE —Schidl's Building, (up stairs,) T) street, jau23-liiy MARYSVHXE. REARDAN &amp;. IMITBi ATTORNEYS AT LAW, I) Street, between Ist and 2d, ju23-my Marysvllle. H. K. M ITC IIKLIi, AT...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 2 March 1860
HOTELS, «&amp;C. | PACIFIC 1101 KI:, CORSBK A SEVENTH Sis., MARYSVILLE. Brmnl per week. ... tt'i iHI Board with lodging, ... 7 o&lt;» Board per dny, .... 100 Single meals. .... 50 Lodging per night, ... 50 Accommodations fi&gt;r Teamsters and Families Hood stabling attached. febSOin RICHARD OA INKS, Prop'r. WESTERN HOUSE. Cornrr D and Second Streets, Marysville. I&gt; RICES: Board per week. $6 0( Board with lodging per week, - $8 to $l2 01 Single inealH. 50 cent* lodging per uight. 50 cents to $1 (l( •iOOD ACCOMMODATIONS FOR FAMILIES. G. WOODWARD, ,jan27-3ra Proprietor. MERCHANTS' HOTEL, First MarjHvllle, California ijlefeL Tlio undersigned respectfully inform theii fijjMi! friends and the traveling public; alsc pTj l , JJ J! those wishing a more permanent Home £■•/. i'.'L that they have leased the above well-knowr. and popular establishment, and intend keeping it | as a FIRST CLASS HOTEL, in every department By reason of experience, and strict attent...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 2 March 1860
SALOONS. ST. NIGHO L A S BAR AND BILLIARD SALOON, D Street, Mair&gt;-»vtlle. STKVVART &amp;~ZIMMERMAX; HAVING leased the above SALOON, beg to inform their patrons «nd friends that they will Hi ways be on hand to attend to their wishes, and a* sure them that their BAH will at all times he MHp plied with the right kind of BEVERAGES, and they will do their liest to dispense tliem ill a satisfuctor} manner. The BILLIARD TABLES arc the finest kind o: Marble lied, and will hn kept in perfrc order, [jan'2! SAN FRANCISCO SALOON. COK. D AND SECOND STREET. IN BASEMENT. JAMES CORMACK, tnSS CHAB. BPECHT, ARent. MERCHANTS' HOTEL SALOON. JOHN IS HAPPY TO ANNOUNCE to hit old patrons and the public generally, thai he is again at his Old Stand, THE MERCHANTS' HOTEL BAR. where he will continue to pass out the same good old drinks and cigars at cents. BILLIARD TABLES always in order. janSJ-my JOHN K. CONKLIN. MAGNOLIA SALOON. or. «r. MCM-BSS, D St., '.ill Door from 1 St. jan'2't-my F. ...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 2 March 1860
THE MA&amp;YBVILLE DAILY APPEAL Is delivered by our Carrier, to Slilmclibera in the city, at the very moderate charge of as Oouta Per Week, PATARLE TO THE CARRIER. '■ We have net our terms, for copies delivered by mul at the following reasonable rates: ! Os* YEAR (in advance) 98 00 Six MONTHS. 5 00 ; THREE MONTHS, 3 00 I OL'R OROVILI.K AGENT.—' Thomas Callow, Ksq., it .iur duly authoriled ngent in Oroville. He will furnish the (wpor to subscriber* and receive and receipt tor advertisements for the APPEAL in that city. BOOTS and SIIOES i. FOR SAlifl, AND REPAIRED B. S. INMAN 4i CO.'S BOOT AND SHOE ESTABLISHMENT, On 0 Street, two Doora Above ths Pout Office. The undersigned warrants his Manufactures to be of the very best quality, nnd is prepared to do CUSTOM WORK at most reasonable rates. B. S. INMAN. A CO. N. B. REPAIRING done with neatness and dispatch. febl6-my Sliootins Gallery, Oi» Third Street* Next Poor to th« Spring Home. Marysvllle. LAWLER A MARTIN, Prop'ra. W. B.— P...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 2 March 1860
THE APPEAL. —Persons desirous of having the APPEAL left at their residences or places of business, and who are unable to see the Carrier, can be accommodated by leaving their address at the office, til D street, up stairs. ATLANTIC MAIL. —The mail for the Atlantic States by the steamer of the sth inst., will close at the Marysville P. 0. at 9 o'clock to-night. Wells. Fargo &amp; Co., and their attentive messenger. Harry Leland, are tendered our thanks for many well timed favors lately. AUCTION SALES. —Harry Harnett will sell furniture, liquors. &amp;c.. at his rooms, between 3d and 4th streets, to-morrow, at 10 o'clock. GOING EAST. —George Laws leaves today, en route for the East, after his family. He will be gone about two mouths. CORHECTION. —The types made a blunder in the advertisement of '• Cottage House and Lots for Sale." in yesterday's issue. It should read, lots 80 by 160, instead of CO by 80. SAN FRANCISCO CARRIER. —Mr. John Madison will hereafter distribut...
About Going to Wsihoc< [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 2 March 1860
About Going to Wsihoc&lt; Advice, save it be professional, as of a lawyer or a doctor, unsolicited, is generally thrown away upon, and uuwelconied by, those to whom it is offered. To advise a drunkard to quit his cup: to advise A tobacco user to eschew "the weed;" to advise the gambler to desist from the ruinous sport, is to perform an unthankful office, which seldom accomplishes desired reformatory results. 80 it is in regard to persons or communities proposing to emigrate to new countries. Once having caught the roving toer. and the disease is incurable, save in its own exhaustion upon experience. Therefore we may say that it is a waste of powder, so to speak, to advise people not to go to Washoe. Great numbers have made up or are making up their minds to emigrate thither in the coming spring ; and they will go, iu spite of all advisers. In fact, we have our doubts of its being good advice to discourage people from going to that land of silver. If it is of one-half the ric...
I From our own Com-apuuilvut.] Sacramento Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 2 March 1860
I From our own Com-apuuilvut.] Sacramento Correspondence. SACRAMENTO, Feb. 29, 1860. EDITOR APPEAL :—lt is impossible. I cannot do the subject any justice. The fights, both of tongues and brawny lists, which have occurred to-day in the State Convention of the great conservative party in California, do not admit of descripton. Let we give you a plain statement of the business transacted, and whenjyou see how little it amounts to. you will agree that there must have been some rich by-play. Well, the Convention met at Fourth street Church, at 2p. M. At 2 o'clock and three minutes adjourned to Forrest Theatre. Met at Forrest Theatre at 2 o'clock and ten minutes. Adjourned without being called to order, give an opportunity for assigning seats to the various delegations. Benton's Church secured, and 357 delegates, and as many as 800 outsiders assembled there at 4 r. M. " Uncle Hoge " called the Convention to order. Kirkpatrick, (Latham) and Moore (Weller) placed in nomination for temporar...
Arrrlvnlit nt tlir SI. 3ilcliolai*> HIC'KOK &, CO Proprietor*. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 2 March 1860
Arrrlvnlit nt tlir SI. 3ilcliolai*&gt; HIC'KOK &amp;, CO Proprietor*. THURSDAY. Mtßcn 1, 1860. C .1 Doty. NOW York. SHIIII I) Parker, lit'il B. Wm F Ureen, Timbuc. Nlt Jacobs. San Fran M Firtz, " I"- -1 l*oomin. Sue. city. Win Turner, '• •' C Slyer, city. S Caulkins, Forbestowu. K ii I'risbee, San Fran l)r II .1 Smith. Sac. city. .1 I. Stanford, .1 O U(It'll. Oroville. Owen Gerry. Tehama. Tit I'asey, " Joseph llikcr. &lt; Imville. Mrs. Dnbson. Hough A It. hwnrney, Bangor. &lt;i Siuithson ii I, " '» S Black. Auburn. II I' Osgood. San Fran. Miss Mo&lt;&gt;n, .1 \V Snowball, Yolo. I. A McCarti, city. Kll Smith. Bear Itiver. .1 Smith. city. K Daggett. •• F Morrill. Nevada H'cli. .1 (' Mct'ue. San .limn, A S Randall, city. tJ \\ Reynolds and lady. .1 I* Klysoii. city, Ira Adams, Kuugli &amp; 11. .1 (Ireer. Orovillo. I, N Tiffany, Orovillo. J Biirnfln, "
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 2 March 1860
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. WANTED —A mail and wife for IM Porto. j Tin* iiiun to work in a mining; claim, the wife to do household work. Wages $lOO per month and board. Apply at STAIII/S City Intelligence Office. No. Btt D street, t»*»t. 1 t?t and 2d. WANTED— An extra good girl f«»r the city, tun* 1 milo from the city, one for Oroville. and two small girls for the same place, to nurse children. Apply to STAHL'S City Intelligence Office, No. 30 1) street, bet. Ist and 2d. WANTED —A good second cook, one third cook, a good farm hand and several more fond of work. Apply to STAIII/S City Intelligence Office, No. 80 l&gt; street, bet. Ist and '2d. Removal. THE HOTEL DP NOIII), llnx been removed to the corner uf wcond nu&lt;l High ilrwu, Hiid itx SI'LENDID DININU ROOM will be opened on Saturday Morning, Marcli 3d, 1860, FIRE PROOF BUILDING. THIS HOUSE is situated in the centre of the business portion of the city, and is furnished with all the requisites to make it a flrst class H...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 2 March 1860
ASSAY OFFICES. MARYSVILIJ3 PIONEER J H. HARRIS &amp; DO., [Successor to Harris A Marchand. ] K Street, near the corner of Second, MARYS VILLK. Almi— 73 J street. Sacramento, and 105 Sacramento street, San Francisco. Will continue to carry on the buriness of Melting, Rtflning and Amylng G-old and Ores, OK KVKKY DESCRIPTION. WK GUARANTEE the correct liess of our Assays. and bind ourselves to pay th« differences tlmt may arise with any of the U. 8. Mints. Returns made in from 0 to 12 hours, in BAKB or COIN. it# -Specimens of Quartz Assayed and valued. TKKMS or ASSAYING —The same I»B in San Fran-jan23-my 11. HARRIS &amp; CO. 11. W. TIL KALI.. CIIAB. A. KKTBKR. lay THKALL &amp; VO., HL'TVKSSOR TO JISTH * HL'NTKR, NO. 1112. FIRST ST.. BETWEEN D AXD HIGH, Marysville. GOLD AND OKES OK EVERY DESCRIPTION, •"I f&lt;fi Mm* MM «#• V mw • I if m T* MM ■ At San Francisco rates, and Returns made in BARS ' OR UNITED STATES COIN, within six hours. Our Assays are guaran...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 2 March 1860
AUCTION. H. BARHETT, ~ AUOTIONBB^ D. STKET, MAHYSVItLE, IN FORMS the public he in ready, at all ,• to attend to the want, of tho.^ wh o "hi"?' services for the sale of " kii UHOCERIEH) DRY GOODS —AND— ■' Merchandise Generally, REAL ESTATE AT ri m.IV AUCTION OH VUIVATK SSAtl t K KKKKNCES: K.M. lIAMIKKZ. CAM. MNNI* FALKN'KH A BELL, CHAB.COVIujr. W. H. SAMPSON, ' U, » Ami the inhabitants generally of tliecity. Household Furniture AT AUCTION. Saturday Morning, March 3d, I lei At ten o'clock, by H. HARNETT, Auctioneer, At his ature oil I) street, lietween ,'kl nucl Ith,, a Large ami splendid assortment of all kind. J Bedsteads, Bedding, Looking Glasses, e»r»u (.rookery, Stoves, kc., Ac.; ulso one splendid Ckn? aarriage; also a large lot of Butter, Sugar fi and a small invoice of Liquors. ' •niisro T S . K. M KHSSDOK KPKR Respectfully informs his friends and :1K he introduced llio T
patting* of the Ttmei. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 2 March 1860
patting* of the Ttmei. ■ Th( &gt; columns of new advertisements in 1 Upg &gt;L, show what a business activi■\|iere exists in Marysville even in the Kllest of seasons. The large crowds that Ittenil p ro fessor Anderson's exhibitions, ttewise indicate the same thing. B peach trees are blooming in this sec- ■ and trouble-borrowing fruit■on. no», » Browers fe»r ravages from spring frosts. ■Ueand Temperance having scourged IKeritricious vice from nlnon « us &gt; ru,n Blossoms have very generally been nipped H the bad. ■ Murcli has come, and conte like a lion — ■ California lion—a catamount, a "pain■^r" softly, stealthily ; and trickling rain ■id fleecy clouds, and the rays of a half--1,11 moon, drop their offerings upon a ■mteful people, dwelling in the midst of an j litigation, extravagance and Bronomy, taxation and irresponsibility, leauriousnsss and spendthriftitude. ■ The grain fields and stock pastures; ■ e raining claim and the sluice box ; the Burden and ou...