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I [Fur the Daily Apprnl. j Information Wanted. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 2 March 1860

I [Fur the Daily Apprnl. j Information Wanted. If J. W. Sullivan dispatched an extra 'oat to Sacramento City with express natter, why did not the express matter irrive in this city last night? March Ist, 1860. * * We don't, know whether Mr. Sullivan "'patched an extra boat or not; and if did, we are equally in the dark as to fhy the " express matter did not arrive 11 this city last night." Editors are very "M/igent fellows, as a general thing, but *e can t tell anything about Mr. Sulliran s "fangeraents ; so. Mr. two stars, 011 w '" have to keep wanting informa--10u ' 80 f ,lr as we are concerned. We are lot mad, though. THE Wino.—A whole steamboat pad of Washoe silver hunters and polii.uis left San Francisco for Sacramento n lonilay last.— Bay paper. We hope the silver hunters will not get ' s'eamboatcd " after they get to Washoe. for the politicians, we don't care much r 'iat becomes of them. CON —"Why is Helper's " crisis " like he Yuba River?" Axs : " Because it has been frequen...

Publication Title: Marysville Daily Appeal
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TELEGRAPHIC. [BY UNION TELEGRAPH LINK]. RKPORTKD FOR THS MARTBVILLK Dl!.Y APPEAL. ARRIVAL OF THE OVERLAND MAIL. Four Day* Later Ntwal [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 2 March 1860

TELEGRAPHIC. [BY UNION TELEGRAPH LINK]. RKPORTKD FOR THS MARTBVILLK D\l!.Y APPEAL. ARRIVAL OF THE OVERLAND MAIL. Four Day* Later Ntwal FRESNO, March Ist. The overland mail, bringing dates from St. Louis to February 9th, arrived here this afternoon. ST. LOUIS, Feb. 9.—The overland mail of January 16th, announcinng the arrival of the President's message in California, arrived at Molloy's Station about midnight on the 7th inst. It was delayed by high waters. Overland communication occupies a prominent place before the public.

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k Coiigretmioiial, [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 2 March 1860

k Coiigretmioiial, In the course of some remarks in the l.\ S. Senate, Mr. Gwin announced that he would advocate the transfer of the entire mail service to California by the overland route. The House has not been in session, and in the Senate, the Post Office Deficiency bill has been delayed by an elFort to abolish the franking privilege, which has thus far failed. The bill is still pending. The Republican caucus of the House have selected Mr. Dcfrces, of the Indiana State Journal, for Printer. It is arranged that the death of Senator Broderick will be announced by Messrs. Ilaun and Bnrch. Domestic news is very dull, and nothing noteworthy in the markets. \\ e have five days later from Europe. Parliament was opened by flic Queen, on the 241 h January. The free trade treaty between France and England was signed on the 22d, at Paris. In the markets, there is no material change. [At this juncture, the telegraph wires broke between Sacramento and San Francisco, and we were unable to get...

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Drlit»crn!ie Stale lour i'»t toll. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 2 March 1860

Drlit»crn!ie Stale lour i'»t toll. SACRAMENTO, March 1. State Convention met at II o'clock A. M. Committee on resolutions appointed, one from each county. Recess till one o'clock. At one o'clock p. M., committee asked further time. Granted. Recess till two o'clock. • In committee, Ryan, of Humboldt, offered a resolution that all who shall endorse the platform nominees of the Charleston Convention be regarded as Democrats. which was laid on the table by an almost unanimous vote. At 2 o'clock the Convention was called to order and committee's report accepted. The resolutions were adopted. They are in substance as follows : Ist. In favor of the Cincinnati Platform. 2d. Approving of the Dred Scott decision, and declaring that the Courts have power to protect slave property in the territories, and declaring it improper for Congress to interfere, unless necessity requires it. 3d. Recommends the building of the Pacific Railroad. 4th. That Dickinson is the lirst choice of' California, for P...

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Delegate* Klected. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 2 March 1860

Delegate* Klected. SACRAMK.NTO, March 1, 11 p. si. Ihe vote for delegates to Charleston Convention, resulted in a complete victory over the Weller forces. Seven Latham men are chosen and one Weller man—Bradley. The vote stood as follows : Smith, 234 ; Dudley, 237 ; Patrick. 240 : Gregory, 198 ; Bidwell, 283; Ravnes, 232; Dribbelbe, 275; Bradley, 186; Creanor, 185; Hann, 135; Sewell, 117; Lason, 151; ferrill, 153, and some scattering. The eight first above named were declared elected. This was a complete victory of the Latham men, and they shouted lustily, and a resolution was offered by Vincent K. Geiger, declaring Stephen A. Douglas the last choice of California, for the Presidency. Humphrey Griffiths obtained the floor and spoke some fifteen minutes inastrain of fiery eloquence. He defended Douglas, and said that California delegates would have to set side by side with him at Charleston, and that the votes of the Democracy of the north west would be wanted for the Charleston nomin...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 2 March 1860

BANKERS. REYNOLDS BROS. BANKERS, No. 1451, Third Street, Marysville, PURCHASE GOLD B ARM AND GOLD DUST, At host inarkut rates. m;tk<- advances on Gold Dust consigned to the U. S. Mint Cor coinage. «iTBELL EASTERN RXCHAGK -%li In sums to suit, at current rates. DRAW CHECKS AT PAR ON SAN FRANCISCO AND SACRAMENTO. Slilp Treasure to Now York on the most favorable terms, covered by Insurance in the best London Companies. Attend to COLLECTIONS, and transact a General Ranking business. QUICKSILVER. Agency Gaudalupe Mines, Santa Clara. A large supply constantly on hand, and for sale at Sun Francisco Agents' rates. jan'23-my REYNOLDS BROS. H. H. JEWETT, J. A. PAXTON. DECKER, JEWETT & P\\To\, ANKBB MARYSVIIiIiK. Banking Hours front 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. ADVANCES ON &OIJ UST FOR A3BAV AT U. S. MINT. CIIKCKB AT PAH ON PARROTT & CO., SAX FRANCISCO. B. F. HASTINGS «fc CO., SACRAMENTO. OL'R SLFL lIT AND TIME DRAFTS ON AMERICAN EXCHANGE BANK, Available in t...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 2 March 1860

BOOKS, &C. BOOKS! BOOKS!! BOOKS!!! STATION i; R Y , MUS I C ! FAN CY A RTICI. K 8! & c.. &c. Nl'f/KUSICi I • 1 A T THE M fti-ymvillo Book MUSIC STORK! fiHSTAVE AWI, Respectfully mil* the attention of li in old friends and patrons and the public in general to bin 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 VERTIT WRITING MATERIALS, ETC., ETC. All of which he offers for sale nt the most favorable rates. Tliis is the largest and best 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. li" i.< In constant receipt of all tlio choicest Magazines, Periodicals and Papers, the latest sheet Music, ami new books of every kind at WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. The attention of INTER...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 2 March 1860

CLOTHING. CHEAP OLOTHZNO. H. MLERIIAM & CO., MERCHANT TAILORS AX D Fashionable Clothier*, Are now wiling their large stock of WINTER CLOTHING AT IMPORTED COST, 'To make room for r large stock of ! s p jr i jr a ci.oTMii.ru. About to arrive from New York. Cloths, Cassimeres and Vestings, ma nr. UP TO OK PER 1 N A PRE M I V M STYLE, AT TilK IX)WKST CASH PRICES. Gentlemen pretering having their SPRING AND SUMMER CLOTHING Made to order in New York, can <lo ho by leaving their order at H. EII.GR9UK & CO.'S. No extra charge made for garments so ordered, and returnable in sixty dnvs. JUST RECEIVED, A LARGE INVOICE OK INDIAN TAX AND WOOL KNIT GLOVES. H. EILERMAN k CO. 64. n Street, next door to the Tlieater, jan23-tf Maktstille. K WIIAI, & CO., NEWS M E N AND ST A T [ON ER 3, D STREET, OrrOStTF. THE THEATRE, DEALERS IN BLANK HOOKS, STATIONERY, CHEAP PUBLICATIONS, SCHOOL BOOKS, PAPER HANGINGS, WINDOW SHADES, WILLOW WARE, POCKET CUTLERY Agents fo...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 2 March 1860

RACES!! RACES!!! NPRISG MEETING. IN confluence of arrangements having been entered into between Mr. Coombs, owner of "Aahhind," and Col. E. S. Lallirop, owner of "Longford." and the Proprietor of th« Vfirvsville Park, to have the Great Four Mile Race come off M the above course. in which will be entered the celebrated horses above named, and in order to give sufficient time for the stock from a distance to be brought upon the ground, which will comprise the finest in the country, the day for the races has been POSTPONED from April -.'ld. to Monday, 7th Day or n»y, When they will positively come off, at the Park under the Rules of the Maryiville Jockey Club. FIRST DAY —Monday, May 7th. Purse $l5O. for two year olds, for the following named counties—Yuba, Sutter, Dutte, Tehama and Colusa. In this race none will be allowed to run except they are two jeers old in May. SECOND DAY —Tuesday May Bth. Purse $l5O, mile heats, for all three year old*. Colts to be three year* old in May. THIRD ...

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®he Jiailfi jtppeal. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 2 March 1860

®he Jiailfi jtppeal. IT. S. SUPREME CorßT.—There are now on the docket of the Supreme Court three hundred cases, almost forty of which are on appeal from the California courts, relative to land claims, involving millions of dollars. OH No! — A pew in the "Brick Church,'' New York, sold for the moderate sum of two thousand dollars. That sum alone would build si handsome, convenient church ; but, that wouldn't be the thing—you know. feaT" It is reported from Paris that two officers of the Toulon dockyard have invented a liquid which is said to increase the combustible power of coal seventyfive per cent., so that one ton of Newcastle coal will become equal, with the liquid, to four tons, and that French coal will last twice as long as it now doe*. CHINESE SHEEP. —The New York Observer, in an account of a visit to the farm of R. L. Pell, Esq., says these sheep are a curiosity, and the only ones of the kind in this country. They are prolific beyond all other kinds—ofteu producing three, ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 2 March 1860

MISCELLANEOUS. Stage Departures. STAGES leave the office of the California Stage Company, No. 45 I) street. every morning. for j Tehama. Red Bluffs. Shasta. Weavcrville, Yreka and ' Jacksonville. 0. T.. at H o'clock every morning. For Oiwltlc. Pence's Ranch. Dog Town, Biilwell ( Bar ami American Valley, at H o'clock. ! Every evening at 2 o'clock for Oroville, Every evening for Timbnctoo. Hough ami Readv, <Jreen \ alley. Nevada and Orleans Flat at *» o'clock. Every morning for Empire Ranch. Mooney Flat, French Corrall. San .Itiau, Camptonville and Forest City at «»o'clock. Every morning for Oregon House. Keystone Runsli. New York House, Strawberry Valley; La Porte, St. Louis and Gibsonville at 6 o'clock. Every evening for Zubrishe's, Dry Creek, Long Bar. and Parks' liar at I l o'clock. Every other morning Tor Johnson's Ranch. Virginia. Gold Hill. Ophir and Auburn, at 6 o'clock. Every other morning for Sewall's Ranch. Bangor, llaiisonville, Brownsville and Forbstown at GENE...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 2 March 1860

NURSERY. NEW JERSEY HTJBSMLY, | JUST RECEIVED, AT NO. 44 ■ BTMKT, | 1000 Apple tree* 2 yean old; SO Tarfe- ! tie*, large and line growth. #*s 900 Pear tree*; f varieties, 1 and 3 year* 100 Plum. 2 year* old; 0 varieties. 100 Kngliih Cherry, 2 yean old; A varieties 5000 drapv Knots, 1 and t yean old. JIOOO Peach tree* : thirty vartetlea. 500 Black Walnut Roots, 2 to 3 feet long. 100 Large Locunt. SO Large Weeping Willow. 4000 British Queen StrowlK-rry. The altove. comprising the largest trees, and best selected fruit, direct from Coxe'n Premium Nursery, San .luxe, will he sold very low forcanh. together with Barley, Corn. Wheat, Shorts, Hour. Brand, Potatoes, Onions, Calilwge. Smoked Salmon. Ac. JOHN SL'VDAM A CO. thicks: treesm treesin~ The uiulersignt'il IS now selling oft' the Entire Stock, nt the very lowest rates to close the nunwry biislilv stock consists of PLUM, CHERRY, PEACH, APRICOT, NECTARINE, and ALMOND, together with Raspberry. Currant. Uooseberry, ami Lnwton Blackberry ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 2 March 1860

DRY GOODS. T. I. WALKER, J. C. WILSON. J. R. MASON. Walker, Wilson, & Co., DKALKItS IN ITAPLI AND FANCY DRY GOODS, CLOTHINO, f,Al»lKf AND CIIILDKKNS' HOStKKY, K.TC. No. 27, Dst., cut next door to Rico, Coffin.A Co'« MAHYBVILLK. FVKTICUI.TR ATTEXTIOX PAin TO OKT>KRg. j:u>23-my URBAT IMm'CKMKMTS!!! A T VOS T! In order to make rnom for shipments of new m«oHn, the undersijtned offer at ('out tlieir entire anil well assorted stock of FALL AND WINTER GOODS, French and American Print* nt cunt. Wool and Silk Dress (ItiodN at cost. Sheeting. Linens and Domestic* at rout. Hililioiw, Notions mid I'aucy Uooih at cost. Iridic. and children*' Shoe* at cost. Carpets, Drugget*. Oil Cloth. ami Mattings at cost; If you wish to save money In making your purchases call early at jau'JTj-my M. A. BUOMIIKROKIt Si CO.'S. Auction and C'oiiimiwMioii E. M. PEIRSON, REAL EST ATI-], STOCK, AND General «litctioneer. WILL attend to all business entrusted to him with promptness, a...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 2 March 1860

MEDICAL. DR. L.J. CZAPKAY'S PRIVATE MEDICAL AND SURQICAL INSTITUTE, Sacramento St., below Montgomery, (Opposite the Pacific Mail Steamship Co.'s Office.) SAX FRANCISCO. I KstaUished in 1864, for the Permanent Cure of all , I'ricute and Chronic Disrates* aud for the Suppression (f Quackery. ATTENDING AND RESIDENT PHYSICIAN, L. J. CZAPKAY. M. !>.. Into in thr Ilungaj l inn Revolutionary War. Chief Surgeon to tin* Mill* 1 tary Hospital of Pestli, Hungary, late Lecturer on Diseases of Woman and Children, au<l Honorary Member of the Philadelphia College of Medicine, if#;" Particular attention paid to the treatment of | disease* peculiar to Woman and Children.' (\|ji OPFtct; HOURS—From 9 A. M. till 9 I*. M. Com- , municatious strictly confidential. Permanent cure guaranteed, or no pay. Consultations hy letter or otherwise, free. Address Dr. L. ,1. CZAPKAY, San Francisco, Cal. To the A filleted. i Dr. L. .1. CZAPKAY, late of the Hungarian Army, and Honorary Mctnlier o...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 2 March 1860

FISH'S INFALLIBLE HAIR RESTORATIVE Is now acknowledged to be the ONLY SURE REMEDY -FOR— Restoring Gray Hair To ita ORIGINAL COLOB, Also for CURING and PREVENTING BALDNESS. ! For Sale liy tlie Druggists generally, PRINCIPAL Oit'FICE, 139 Sacramento St., San Franciieo.

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 3 March 1860

Haitoffiiijaas&Attnftd. VOL. I. Tl tItVSVILLi:, CAL., SATURDAY JIORXINO, nARCH », 1860. NO. 36.

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Iht iHailj) Appeal [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 3 March 1860

Iht iHailj) Appeal , BUFK JOKK.—A negro wag :IT New .; ea ns the other day, engaged twenty .carriages to go to a funeral. The ■in of carriages slowly wended its way church. No °ne at the church had Lrd of a funeral. The negro tried to j t away, but did not succeed. He then ' Juced the funeral cortege to move onto cemetery ; n0 funeral there. The prossion returned to Canal street, and the etimized Jehus proceeded to hold an in■est upon him. He broke and ran, hid adrv goods store, and was protected I % constable took charge of him. The . ir ]; ev who can do twenty-one sharpers | kehack drivers, would do to act as agent an opera or a negro minstrel troupe. \ RBMRK BILL.— Mr. Welty. of Saeralento, has introduced a bill for the relief f purchasers of lands from this State, ho have forfeited their privileges by a ilure to comply with the law, in the n-inent of interest, or principal, or both, provides that they shall be allowed six onths from the date of the approval of ie act, in which t...

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Lite §ailg [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 3 March 1860

Lite §ailg PROFITABLE RASCALITY.—A Paris letter states that a discovery was recently made at the Paris Mint, which creates no little interest in commercial circles. For some time a well dressed individual had been actively engaged in pawning at the different offices of the Monte di Pete various ingots or bars of silver, which were accepted after the usual test, and then sent to the general depot of pledges, and again verified with similar results, their number became so numerous, however, after a while, that suspicion was excited, the more especially as none of them were ever redeemed, and a number of specimens were sent to the mint to be assayed. Here it was found that the so-called silver was a fictitious metal, composed of antimony, pewter, lead, etc. These substances were so dexterously combined as to deceive the hest judges, and the amount of metal which would be worth, in silver, nearly two hundred dollars of our money, was found to represent, in reality, a value of less than ...

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