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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 5 March 1860

MISCELLANEOUS. Stage Departures. STAGES leavo the office of the California Stage Coin pa i y o, I) reet every mohiing, lor Teh am Red whs, Shasta, Weavervilte, Y.eka and Jacksonville, O. T., r 0 o'clock every morning. For Oroville. Pence's Kane . Dog Town, Bidwell Bar and America i Vallev, a «>o clock. Kvc, v evening i . '1 o'cloc for Oroville. Eve ••venin.'* for Timbnctoo. l'ou ha Heady, (Jiveii I ley, Nevada and Orleans* Flat IM t» o'clock. Kve» v morning for Empire Ranch. Moouey Flat, French ( rail San Jnan. Camptonville and Forest City h 6 o'clock. Even . ornini; for Oregon House Keystone' ansh. New \o K House, Strawberry Valley La Porte, St. Louis and Gibsonville a. 60clock. Eve. v evening To. Zi V .ie 8. Dry Creek, Long Bar, e.... Parks' Bar a o'clock. Every other morning for .1 ohnso i " Ranch, Virginia. Go Hill. Ophir and Auburn. (> o'ck .*k. Every o. e morning for Sewall's Ranch. . ngor, Hansonville. Brownsville and F«»rbstown at 6 o'clockGENERAL STAGE...

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

NURSERY. TREES t TREESII TREES 111 The undersigned IS now selling of!' the Entire Stock, at the JL. very lowest rates to close the nursery business. My stock consists of APPLE, PKAR, PLUM, CHERRY. PEACH, APRICOT. NECTARINE, and ALMOND, together with Raspberry. Currant. Gooseberry, and Law ton blackberry Bushes, ami a large collection ot' Foreign Grapes and Foreign Figs, Ornamental Trees. Shrubs. Roses and evergreens. 1 ask particular attention to my variety of Apple, adapted to a Southern climate. Our trees, vines. &r.. sire reliable, producing fruit true to name. Great bargains will be offered. are confident of giving satisfaction to those who will call and examine our collection before purchasing elsewhere. THE TREES WILL BE SOLI). Come and see the assortment now offered at the Tree Lot, corner of 4th and I) street, opposite the Marysville Water Works, or at the Nursery four I mile* below Marysvilleon the Sacramento road. I jau'JH-tf 11. T. HUTCHINSON. M ARRETS. Good N...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 5 March 1860

DRY GOODS. T. B. WALKER, J. C. WILSON. J. R. MASON. Walker, Wilson, & Co., DEALERS IN UTAPI.E AMD FANCY DRY GOODS, C IJ O T HIN(i, LADIES' AND CIIILDRENS' HOSIERY, KTC. No. -7. 1) ft.. east side, next door to lUce, Coffin.& Co s MARYSVILLE. PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO ORDERS. jan'23-my CHEAT INDUCEMENTS!!! I m MANUFACTURER OF Wagons, Carriages and Buggies, OF KVKRY DESCRIPTION. Repairing neatly and Promptly done. Shop ofi Third street, opposite the City Hall, jan2s-my MAUYSVILLE. P. COKR. 0 HORSE AND lIIIILE SHOEING done in the neatest Hud liest style. Particular attention paid to Running and Trotting Stock. No. 72 C street, Marysvillc, noxt door to Washington Hotel. feliO-lin* BLACKSMITH, CARRIAGE AND WAGON SHOP, CORNER THIRD AND II STREETS. TIIK undersigned is now prepared to do all kinds of work in his line, such m OAR* HI AGE and WAGON MAKING, BLACKSMITHING, HORSE A MULE SHOEING. My work will speak for itself, as it is my determination to be surpassed by...

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

MEDICAL. DR. L.J. CaAFKAY'B PRIVATE MEDICAL AND SURGICAL INSTITUTE, gicramrulo 'st.» below Montgomeryj (o]>|MMit« the- Pacific Mail Steamship CO.'H Office.) SAX FRANCISCO. Eitahtuihed in 1854 .fur the J'irmutKiit Cure of all Private ant/ Chronic Diseases. ami for tlit Suppression of Quucktry. ATTENDING AND RESIDENT PHYSICIAN. L. J. CZAPKAY, M. D.. late in tin* Ilungarian Revolutionary War. Chief Surgeon to the Militarv Hospital of Pesth, Hungary, late Lecturer on Diseases of Woman ami Children, and Honorary Member of the Philadelphia College ot .Medicine. Hi) Particular attention paid to the treatment of diseases peculiar to Woman and Children." (j U OFFICE Hocus—From V) A. M. till WP. M. Communications Htrictly confidential. Permanent cure guaranteed, or no pay. Consultations by letter or otherwise, free. Address Dr. L. J. CZAPKAY, San Francisco, Cal. To tlie Afflicted* Dr. L. J. CZAPKAY, late of the Hungarian Army, and Honorary Member of the Philadelphia College of Medi...

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

MEDICAL. IPKKM ATORIiIUKA. or local weakness ) debility, low spirits. lassitude. weaknei 9- J • "IMKIICB, NF . limbs iiinl liiu'k, indisposition and iiK'upaliiljt, - labor ami study, dullness of apprehension | memory. aversion to society, love of nolltuilt' tlTu tv, sclMlstriist, dizziness, headache, iiivoiuni discharges, pains in tin- witlc. affections of tin, pimples tin thr face, sexual and other man. are cured without fail by the justly cckbn," physician and surgeon, L. J. t'ZAI'KAY. Ij| g t hod of curing diseases is new. (unknown to nth** and hence the ureal success. All consultation,? letter or other* ise) free. "5 Address L. J. CZAI'KAY. JI. 5 Franci^, FB^II!: (lIU.ATI>T DISCOVERY OK THK Art. ■ lin at birring to Mankind! Inuocenti |M.|. fit; hi. 1.. .1. CZAPK AY'S PRorHYUi? CI M. (wlf-disinfecting agent.) a sure preveiitJi again*! (ionoirhu'al ami Syphilitic diseases, and unsurpassed remedy for all veuerial ncrofuln? gangrenous anil caneerous ulcers, fotid cliKhahl...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 6 March 1860

I I I VOL. I. ffIARYSVILLK, (AL., TIE»»AY .UORXlftCi, MARCH 6, ISGO. i\o. a*.

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K"jailg [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 6 March 1860

K"jailg , written by John Ollapod, of nsyKania, on the death of lus Hvo tit children: „ ii,.» mini' babes so deiwl >w nits, r .fflot lias kilt mit ague tit": ,V ( . not lot then. .tay mitm«, jjo betook 'cm home to HU.y ...it he. The same gentleman also wrote his own .itaph, wbieh runs thus: ' !.,ien- M the p.xly Of Khauu OUapodlIIV,' mercy on his »<>«!. O V ih , irouiii Jo if ho was tint. •Daddy, i want to ask you a question." .'Well *IIIV son." affbr i* neighbor Smith's liquor shop w a counterfeit shilling .' .•1 cant tell, my son." "g et , lU fe you can t pass it ! s»ud young merica. _ WANTED A MODK u.—fMle Hoi/.— "Ma, et down on your hands and knees a minte, do please.'' l/„_"\Yhy. what on earth shall 1 do mt for. pet'.'" Little #o//— "'Cause 1 wan t to draw a elephant. genius left Philadelphia., three • in company with a live halibut, e returned last week with thirty housand dollars, all made by exhibiting lis halibut as the " American Flounder, ...

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m ilaitn [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 6 March 1860

m ilaitn lIIOH OLD LEMON. —A brace of chaps up town were about tuaking lemonade. One j who had never tasted h lemon went out | lifter sugar. When he cuiue back the other I old him to take a suck at one of the lemons, already tapped at one end. He did so, and run out. sputtering and spitting, and couldn't be prevailed upon Ito imbibe ot the ade. His friend had ex- | h lusted the juic • of the lemon and tilled it with camphene.— Sierra /ton. | HUMAN N'ATVUK. —An Eastern paper Mill j a good anecdote of an opulent widow lady who once afforded i queer illustration of that compound ot incompatible# called "human nature." It was a Christmas Eve of one of those old-fashioned winters which were so cold. The old lady put on an extra shawl, and as >he hugged her shivering frame, she said to her '"faithful negro servant: "It's a terrible cold night, bcip. 1 am atraid my poor neighbor, widow Green, must be suffering. Take the wheel-barrow, fill it full of woodpile on a good load, and ...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 6 March 1860

■ARYSVILLE DAILY APPEAL, ««" " oMn "' ( ' ,T,mAt " CEPTEI,) ' At SO. 61 ® CP 81 Ainu, Y(■W- B L ® C 1 „UK)H. C. W. DKKICKSOS, W. F. BLOOK. lnserted on the most reasont"' ultlr teriri*. Wotlce.— Mr. C. A. Crank is our *•*2s, i im-iit in Ban Francisco to receive , »uthori«e« . . tlons, ivi .,.j [lt f,„. || le "" and subscriptions, receipt l»r the •rtisemeut „ 4 . t business Kent-rally, for the "" office No. 17'J Moutgouiery "H'tt, U A '!f„ h innten and Jackson, opposite the i . t'MllCMt'O. Fonud* I DUB BILL, diitecl Feb. Ist., 1860, and for the m. «um of $?•'). han been found and left at this office to await the order of the owner. It can be ht lined upon description and payment for this advertisement. feb2o (i.A BUST ItOK<;. 3NION SHOE STORE, Mo. 43 D Street, MAKYSVII/LK. «||| THE Stock in tliirf establishment, at the 111 present time. is unusually large and varied, f W 'M he constantly replenished and kept I shall endeavor, art heretofore, to keep a superior quality of Go...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 6 March 1860

MISCELLANEOUS. DRUGS! DRUGS!! DRUGS!!! KICK.OOF KIN * CO., 27 I) street, MARYHVILLK. REBINGTON & 00 107 Clay street. SAS FRANCIMX rrj KEEP CONSTANTLY ON 11AN1) ® Hi The li«rgeiit »nd Mont U COMPLETE STOCK OF 0 0Ml): In their line to 1h» found on tin* Pacific Coast. Thev are in regular receipt, by -Clipper tin •• Express," of Fresh Drugs. Medicines. Chemicali Snririeal and Dental Instruments, Pnttcy Articlei Perfumery. Ac.. with every novelty whie makes iti" appearance in the east. All "f which tie are selling st price" defylug competition. All orders attended to with promptness aad dn pHtc |, ; KICK. COFFIN* CO » 1 Marysville, J REDINGTON k o<l jnn'24-my Sati Fraucisco. J K -, m rj L. LEWIS & Co., Corner of Second and I) Streen, CIGARS AND TOBACCO, A T WHOI.E S A I. E AND BETA! L. < * a -3 aTUASAHVK puoMg p«» « ««t«.l ''lMl O II KHHSa '•O) \ «lAU I *1 FRE NC H OUNSMITH 101 Tremont Block, SECOND STItEKT. MARYSVILLE. REPAIRING donent the l...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 6 March 1860

PROFESSIONAL. x. c. M('vrAii), Marysville. S. HULBCHT, Ti mtmrtiio. NcItVAID «. HI'IJBI'RT, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW, MARYSVILLE. CAL. Office oh Second »treet, 41111 MIH it«- tin* Western 11 1 >tel. near tin- l<a ml Office. feb2lmy JOHN T. NcLEAN, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. OFFICE —II strict, above Second street. Residence corner sixth ami High streets. [feb2H-my L. LABVIGNEB, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, OFFICE—I) street, near the Theatre, feb2S-my ' MARYSVIU.E. M AHYSVII.I.F.. MAKYSVII.LT. MARYSVILLE. H. S. MESICK, _ ATTORNEY AT LAW, OFFICE —Corner of High and First streets, up stairs, jan23my MARYSVILLE, CAL. «. N. SWEZY, ATTO RN E Y A T LA W, MARYSVILLE, CAL. OFFICE—Corner First ami High streets, up stairs, jan23-my CHAS. 6. HUBBARD, ATTORNEY AT LAW, And Notary Public. OFFICE— SB D Street, MARYSVILLE. Jnn23. C. E. DE LONG, A TTOR NE Y A T LA W. OFFICE —Sclioll's Building. (up stairs.) 1) street, jan-r.-my M ARTSVILI.K. HEARD AN & SMITH, ATTORNEYS ...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 6 March 1860

HOTELS, «V; 0. HOTEL DV A 'ORi). FIRE PROOF BUILDING. TIIIS HOUSE is situated in the centre of the ! business portion of the city, and is furnished | with all th«» requisites to make it a first class Hotel. , It is kept «»p«-u all night, and residents of the city, or strangerx from the country will be furnished with I meals to order at any hour of the day or night. An assortment of the choicest WIXES constantly on hand. The lodging department is well arranged. The i rooms are commodious and comfortable, and a large number of them are furnished with Spring Beds. Board per Week $7 to $8 j With Claret $lO 50 to $l2 j With lodging, according to room $lO-$l2-$l4 j Single meals 50 ami 7acts. With one-half bottle Claret 75cts. and #1 j Lodging per night 50cts. 75, $1 and $1 60 ] N. B. An Elegant Privatr Dining Boom attached. ' Families and others can be furnished with meals ( at their residences. J. BA.JOUB, marJ-my Proprietor. I PACIFIC HOUSE, CORKER A & SEVENTH Sts., MAIIYfVI...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 6 March 1860

SALOONS. WESTERN HOUSE SALOON, Next door to Weitern House. JO Mi. I* Q. FOSTEII. I'rop'r. MY BAI.OON in lIIWHJH mipplied with thv lient Wines, Liquors and Cigars That can bo procure! in the San Francisco Market, ! and ••very attention will be paid those who may | favor me with their patronage. The public is invi- , | tod to call at the WKSTKRN HOUSE 5* A LOON, 1 and test the truth of the above assertions. ja23my J. Q. FOBTRB. | S T. X I C H O LAS BAR AND BILLIARD SALOON, D Street, Maryavlllr. STEWART k ZIMMERMAN. H AVI NO leased the above SALOON, beg to inform their patrons ami friends that they will always be on hand to attend to their wishes, and assure them that their lIAK will at all times be supplied with the right kind <»f HKYEIIACiES.and they will do their beat to dispense them in a satisfactory manner. The B1LUABI) TABLES are the finest kind ot Marble Bed. and will bo kept in perfec order, [jan'23 l SAN FRANCISCO SALOON. COR. D AND SECOND STREET, IK ILAACMKNT. JAM...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 6 March 1860

THE MAEYSYILLE DAILY APPEAL Is delivered by onr <'nrrl«T. to sfutacriberfl in the city, at th«* very moderate charge of 25 Conta For VU cok f PAYABLE TV THE CARRIER. We have set our terms. lor copies delivered by Djail Ht the followitiir reasonable rates: lixt YKAR (In advance) $8 OO MX MONTHS. OO TIIREI MONTHS, 3 OO OUR ORUVH.I.B Al.l;*7._ Thonm* fallow, Esq., is our duly authorized agent in Oroville. lie will furnish tile paper lo slll:scril>er* nod receive and receipt for ndvertiseuieuts foi the Appt.a in that city. H HOHEKTS, MOItItISO.% A. C 0.,, IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALKKS IN BOOTS rfs SHOES, SAN FRANCISCO, J HAVE IN BTORK A LARGE AND COMplete assortment of BOOTS AND SHOES, To which they desire to call the special attention of nil dealer* in their line. We have recently enlarged our store ami appropriated the second floor exclusively to WOMENS' MISSES' & CHIIDRENS' GOODS, to which we are giving particular attention, anil of which we have e...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 6 March 1860

THE APPEAL. —Persons desirous of having the APPEAL left at their residences or places of business, find who are unable to see the Carrier, can be accommodated by leaving their address at the office, 61 D street, up stairs.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 6 March 1860

JBDr. I. N. Underwood is announced 1 to lecture at the Court House, to-night. , VIOLATION OF ORDINANCE. —A man \ named Grove was arrested, yesterday, bv | the police and lodged in the Station 1 House, for the violation of a city ordi- ' ! nance, we were not told which. . ENCOURAGEMENT IN A NAME. —The author of the "Impending Crisis'' finds en- , couragement in his own name, for it is not Hint on, Row an' Help 'or? BUTTE WELL REPRESENTED.— Butte county is to have representation in both 1 coming National Conventions. Major John Bidwell, of Chico, is to be a member , of the Charleston and I). W. Cheeseman, of Oroville, who ran for Lieut. Governor on the Republican ticket in 1857, is to hold a seat in the Chicago Convention. , SUSTAINING ITS CHARACTER. —March seems determined not to have "the name without the game," and has begun acting 1 the part of the blusterer, in disagreeable | earnest. We have had no such comfort- i less weather all winter as young March i has already dispensed to...

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A Defense of Crinoline. I [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 6 March 1860

A Defense of Crinoline. I Ever since hoops came into fashion, it J has been the one grand, notable weakness of the press to ridicule them. Punch J commenced it aud kept it up until it sub- ! soiled the subject. (Ran it into the i ground. Vulgate.) Following the English Charivari were the "John Donkeys ' and " Knick-Knacks " of America ; and j I of course, that second edition of the tun- . | nier cuts and sayings of Punch. Harper s I Magazine, made prominent re-echo of the j | hue and cry. We are therefore fully aware of the hazardous nature ot an attempted defense of crinoline; and because j we know the danger attending our task j and bravely face it, should commend us to sweet smiles of approval from the injured and abused fair hoop-wearers. e ' like crinoline, because it is a great equalij zcr. It liideth a multitude ot sins and | deformities. It raaketh an increase in the I sum total of feminine proportions ; and ' is there a masculine so wretched as not to rejoice in the extensi...

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I – * a j Sacramento Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 6 March 1860

I - * a j Sacramento Correspondence. [From our own Correspondent.] SACRAMENTO, March 4, 1860. EDITOR APPEAL : —Although this is Sunday, I must be excused for mentioning the fact that on to-morrow evening will | be presented, at the Metropolitan Theatre, ' the play of Rob Roy. Rob Roy, Profes- ' sor Anderson. From your notice of it 1 judge that it is a gigantic humbug—gigantic humbug, Professor Anderson. J. B. Howe and Miss Marion Lee made their disappearance last night. They closed up with the "Hidden Hand,'' a sort of "manuscript-piece'' abomination, I not inferior in merit, perhaps, to "The Fall of the Alamo,'' (written expressly tor , Mr. G. Chapman.) Howe and Lee are light weights, in every sense ofthe phrase. j Twenty-five thousand dollars worth of property on the corner of Seventh and K streets, was destoyed by fire last night, j by incendiaries. The villains took the precaution to cut the ropes of several bells, and by this mennx the fire was under complete headway before the...

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