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Council Proceedings. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 6 March 1860

Council Proceedings. KKUULAH MEKTINU. MONDAY, March ">. Present —Covilland, Ellison, Jewett, Love. Muim. Otis. Welch, Fowler, and His lloimr the Mayor. Minutes of last meeting read and approved, of,course. Report from Committee on Streets and Roads, presented by President Fowler, recommends the ucijuiesence in the petition of citizens asking for the putting in order Third street, between IS street and Commercial alley, and the passage of an ordinance to that effect. Report received and adopted. Report of Finance Committee, approving certain bills, was adopted. Report, through Aid. Otis, from Committee on Public Buildings and Grounds, 1 was received. Report of the Cemetery Committee, through Aid. Mann, concerning proposed improvements t6 the Cemetery, was laid on the table. A message from the Mayor was read. Its subject matter was mainly the condition of the public schools. It speaks very highly of their condition, and compliments the School Commissioners. Its aim is to di...

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Supreme Court Decisions. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 6 March 1860

Supreme Court Decisions. | SEARCY v. GROW. —This is the somewhat celebrated Siskiyou case, involving ! the right to the office of Sheriff' of that | county. Chief Justice Field delivered the opinion of the Court. It was held that the Court below erred in giving judgment for plaintiff without hearing proof, although defendant declined answering the complaint in the case. The Court say : " The popular will is not to be set aside upon a mere failure of a party to respond to charges alleged against his right by an individual elector." Judgment reversed and cause remanded. HASWKLL v. PARSONS was an action to recover the value of certain property alleged to have been exempt from forced sale, which was seized and sold under execution. Opinion by Chief Justice Field. The property was a remnant of hotel furniture, and was no more than sufficient for the family <>f plaintiff. "As its value," says the opinion, " amounted to only one hundred and twenty-eight dollars, it ca...

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MARVfSVILLE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 6 March 1860

MARVfSVILLE MARKETS. REPORTED DAILY BY H. S. & J. C. RANSOM MONDAY, March 5,15150. FLOUR 3%(6,4c. f, tt». WHEAT 2%C %4 BARLEY U OATS LIE U CORN ;TC U CORN MEAL 4C " POTATOES ONIONS 6@Bc " BEANS 3(a 5o "

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BIRTHS. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 6 March 1860

BIRTHS. In this city, on Monday morning. March stli, the wife of \V. Cm nor of a daughter. Circleville, Ohio papers please copy. Sunday, March 4th, wife of S. Chapman, Esq., of a son.

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DIED, [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 6 March 1860

DIED, On the 4th inst. at Grove Hall, Yuba county. Elbridge G. Eaton, formerly of Boston, Mass,, aged 35 years. Massachusetts papers please copy.

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

ATTENTION WAKKEXS.—Attend your regular monthly inciting thin (TUESDAY ) evening. the 6th innt.. at 7 o'clock. By order. D. S. HYAMS. Secretary. lire. —Dr. I. N. Underwood will deliver a public Lecture in the County Court Room this TUESDAY evening. Subject—Uarmouial Khilonophy. or Spiritualtahi. AdmiHsiou free. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. BETTER ACCOMMODATIONS —AT THE—CITY INTELLIGENCE OFFICE ! HAVING AN INCREASE OF BUSINESS HAS induced tin- subscriber to build additional accommodations to his Intelligence Oflice. and with that view has built a SITTING ROOM, exclusively for lady customeis and applicants for work. S. ST All [J. No. 30 I) street. WANTED —A German girl who speaks the English language fluently desires to have a situation as cook or other household work. No objection to going in the country. Best of city reference given. Apply at STAHL'S City Intelligence Office. No. 36 1) street, bet. Ist and 2d. A Card. All persons are forbid harboring or trusting my wife, Elizabeth Henry, on m...

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

ASSAY OFFICES. MARYSVILLK PIONEER iay H. HARRIS & CO., [Successor to Ilitrrii A Marchand,] IS Street, near the comer of Second, MARYSVILLK. Also—T3 J street, Sacramento, and 105 Sacramento street. San Francisco. Will continue to carry on the buriness of Melting, Refining and A»>yln| Gr old and Ores, OK EVERY DESCRIPTION. WK GUARANTEE the correctness of our Assays. and bind ourselves to pay the differences that may arise with any of the U. S. Mints. Returns made in from 6 to 12 hours, in BARS or COIX. of Quartz Assayed and valued. TERMS OF ASSATIKQ—The same as in San Francisco. jan23-my H. HARRIS A CO. H. W. THEALL, CHAB. A. KEYSER. iay Office. THEALL & CO., SUCCESSOR TO JUSTH K HUNTER, NO. 102, FIRST ST., BETWEEN D AND UIOII, Marysville. GOLD AND ORES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, .ItELTED ,I.V» .fSS.II'KH At San Francisco rates, and Return.* made in ItAKS OK UNITED STATKB COIN, within six hours. Our Assays arc guaranteed, and Ham discounted at the lowest ...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 6 March 1860

H. HARNETT, AuoTzoxrnxiji 0. STEET, MARYBVILI.B, INFORMS the public be in ready, at all tlm« to attend to the want! of those who wish ki services for the sale of ■ GROCERIES, DRY GOODS. —AND— Merchandise Generally, REAL ESTATE AT PUBLIC AUCTION OR PRIVATE SALE. REFRENCES: F. M. RAMIREZ, CAPT. PINNIX FALKNER & BELI., CHAS. COVILLAI . W.H.SAMPSON, And the inhabitants generally of the eitj. K. MEUSSDORFFER Respectfully informs his friends and the pnblic that he introduced the Sprint Style O.* Saturday, February 95th, *HIrM HAM BEEN AIV>PTET» BY THE BOAlil) Of THADK OF SAX FRANCISCO, Which for Neatness, Finish and durability CANNOT HE BXfELLED, lie has also on hand the Excellent Z 0 U A V !•: S T VL K 0 F 11 AT S, Already well-known in tliiscity for comfort and tart* Constantly on hand (he largest assortment of FRKNCH AND NEW YORK SOFT HATS, In all styloi. shade of color anil >|uality. Also. Ihs LATEST STYLE OF LADIES' RIDING, YOUTHS' AND INFANTS' Hats ...

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ST|attg $WcaI* [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 6 March 1860

ST|attg $W caI * MIIR'A BAH.-J«"per Band, Esq., Ihortaed ag"" »« ou » U '> Bar ' Yuba coun " ill recede subucrlptioua and receipt for ! FORTH" A»«AL. j

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ts^LEGn^MPHIC. ,bY UNION TELKQIUPH LINK]. W* IBE «ARTSV,LLR DAII-R APP"I" ABBIVATOP THE OVERLANX> MAIL. «® <he 13tl1 |,,b'~De* K.tin Hurricane on the Hud. ►""* Aa,htn(ton Newi---Liw■ •* plke'* PeaU Three r" tater from Kurope-—The Te*»«—'Trouble at Denver [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 6 March 1860

ts^ L EGn^MPHIC. , bY UNION TELKQIUPH LINK]. W* IBE « ARTSV,LLR DAII-R APP " I " ABBIVATOP THE O VERLANX&amp;gt; MAIL. «® &amp;lt;he 13tl1 |,,b '~ De * K.tin Hurricane on the Hud. ►""* Aa ,htn(ton Newi---Liw- ■ •* plke '* PeaU Three r" tater from Kurope-—The Te*»«—'Trouble at Denver C ' FRESNO, 'March 5. The overland mail arrived here at 11 •lock la-" 1 night, with St. Louis dates to bruary 13th. Si. Lofts, Feb. 13.—There has been a roe hurricane along the Hudson, which proved much property in the city of * York and other cities and towns, udreds of buildings in New York, ooklyn, Jersey City, and lloboken, [te unroofed. The damage to the shipllg was very great. The hurricane oc,rred on the yth February. It subside® tie morning of the 10th. The House of Representatives has done thing ye' with the Post Office Delimv bill. The prospect is that there 11 be a hitch between the two houses the iibolition of the franking privilege. Lawless and violent proceedings ure ported in the P...

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San Francisco Ntwa—Prlaoueri Escaped, die. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 6 March 1860

San Francisco Ntwa—Prlaoueri Escaped, die. SAN FKANCISCO, March 5. The Golden Gate took 360 passengers and $1)24,000 in treasure. Cortez look 242 passengers and $145,847 iu treasure. { The Telegram says we are informed that an opposition steamer, which has been recently built at IS team boat Point, will be placed on the river, to run regularly after Wednesday, the 7th proximo. Nine prisoners made their escape from the State Prison on Saturday night. Their names are Henry Morgan, Mayberry Way, (ieo. Souther, Edward Manly, Chas. Leymau, Wm. Cortney, John Howell, Win. 11. Brant and Joseph Monk. The Superintendent offers a reward of SiloO for the re-arrest of either of them. The pacing match which was to come off this afternoon over the Pioneer course, between Pacific and Young America, has been postponed on account of the bad weather. It is reported that James W. Simonton, editor of the Bulletin, will leave this State in a few weeks, to connect himself with the New York Times. Arrived—...

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San Francisco .Markets. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 6 March 1860

San Francisco .Markets. Reported Exclusively for the Daily Appeal. SASJ FRANCISCO, March 5. WHEAT —Firm. BAKLEV—S2 45. POTATOES—SI 50; firm.

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Sacramento News—Alan Stabbed. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 6 March 1860

Sacramento News—Alan Stabbed. SACRAMKNTO, March a. Mr. Wheeler introduced in the Senate a bill to amend charter of Marysvillo. It WHS passed under suspension of the rules. Assembly passed an act to provide for the conveyance of mining claims. A little after one o'clock to-day H. A. Caulfield and Francis Nolan met on the corner of Second and P streets, had some words and commenced to fight. It is said that Caulfield struck first, and had Nolan down. Nolan stabbed Caulfield several times in the back, sides and abdomen. Dr. Simmons and Rev. Mr. Cassin are in attendance upon him. Nolan gave himself up to Captain Taylor of the police. Caulfield's wounds are nine in number. The Doctor considers Caulfield's condition very critical, and that the chances arc against his recovery. Two confessions of judgments by Moore and Prentice were filed to-day iu the Clerk's office; one to Chas. T. Black for $5,167 63; and the other to B. P. Hastings for $7,632 79. Execution has issued and the stoie clos...

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

BANKERS. _ REYNOLDS BROS. BANKERS, No. 144, Third Street, Marynvllle, PURCHASE GOLD BARS AND GOLD DV»T, At best markut rates, miikv advances on Gold Dust consigned to the U. S. Mint for coinage. 4« SELL EASTERN KXCHAOE'&amp;amp;ft In sums to suit, at current rates. DRAW CHECKS AT PAR ON SAN FRANCISCO AND SACRAMENTO. Ship Treasure to New York on tlio most favorable terms, covered by Insurance in the bent London Companies. Attend to COLLECTIONS, and trausact a General Hanking business. QUICKSILVER. Agency Uaudalupe Mines, Santa Clara. A large supply constantly on hand, and for sale at San Francisco Agents' rates. jan'JJi-iuy REYNOLDS BROS. P. DECKER, J. R. H. JEWETT, J. A. PAXTON, DECKER, JEWETT PVXTO\, BANKERS, MARYSVILLE. Banking Hours from 0 a.m. to 4 p.m. ADVANCES ON G-OXJ UST FOR ASSAT AT U. 8. MINT. CHECKS AT I'AR ON PARROTT &amp;amp; CO., SAX FRANCISCO. B. P. HASTINGS A. CO., SACRAMENTO. OUR SIGHT AND TIME DRAFTS ON AMERICAN EXCHANGE BANK,; NEW YORK. Available in the pr...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 6 March 1860

BOOKS, &amp;lt;&amp;amp;C. BOOKS! BOOKS!! BOOKS!!! STATION KRY, MUSIC! FAN CY ARTICLES! &amp;amp; c., 4c. Itateici 1 AT THE MUSIC STORE! OUST AVE AMY, Respectfully callH the uttention of hisold friends and patrons and the public in general to his 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 VERTU WRITING MATERIALS. ETC., ETC. All of which he offers for nalo at the most favorable rates. This is the largest and best selected stock of the kind north ot San Francisco, and is scarcely equaled in the State. He also lias on hand a large supply of that invaluable work— BANCROFT'S CALIFORNIA LAWYER AND FORM BOOK. He is in constant recoipt of all the choicest Magazines. Periodicals and Papers, the latest sheet Music, and new books of every kind nt WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. The attention of INTERIOR MERCHANTS is solicited to his very complete stock, ...

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

CLOTHINO. CHEAP CLOTHING. H. EILGRIAAI &amp;amp; CO., MERCHANT TAILORS AND Fashionable Clothier*. Are now selling their large Block of WINTER CLOTHING « AT IMPORTED COST, # To make room for A 1 arp* stock of St* R M JVC Ch O TMIJVG, About to arrive from New York. Cloths, Cassimeres and Vestings, MADE UP TO ORDER IN A PREMIUM STYLE, AT THE LOWEST CASH PRICES. Oentlemen pretering having their SPRING AND SUMMER CLOTHING Made to order in New York, ean do HO BY leaving their order at H. EILERMAN A CO.'S. No extra charge made for garments so ordered, and returnable in sixty days. JUST RECEIVED, A LARGE INVOICE OK INDIAN TAN AND WOOL KNIT CLOVES. H. EILERMAN &amp;amp; CO. 64, D Street, next door to the Theater, jan23-tf MARYSVILLE. I(A\I)\L &amp;amp; CO., NEWSMEN AND STATIONERS, ; D STREET, OPPOSITE THE THEATRE, DEALERS IN BLANK BOOKS, STATIONERY. CHEAP PUBLICATIONS, SCHOOL BOOKS, PAPEK HANGINGS, WINDOW SHADES, WILLOW WARE, POCKET CUTLERY Agents for the San Francisco and Sarram...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 6 March 1860

MISCELLANEOUS. RACES!! RACES!!! IB I MARYSVILLE PARK SPRING MEETING. 1860. WN consequence of arrangements having been enM tered into between Mr. Coombs, owner of '*Ash--1 iiml." and Col. K. tf. Lathrop, owner of "Langford." and th«* Proprietor of the Marysville Park, to hava the Great Four Mile Race come off* at the above course, in which will be entered the celebrated horses above named, and in order to give sufficient time tor 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 23d, to Monday, 7th Day of nay, Wh»»n they will positively come off, at the Park under the Kulcs of the Jockey Club. FIRST DAY—Monday, May 7th. Purse $l5O. for two year olds, for the following named counties—Yuba. Sutter, Butte, Tehama and Colusa, lu this race none will be allowed to run except they are two years old in May. SECOND DAY—Tuesday Muv Bth. Purse SISO. mile heats, for all three year olds. Colt...

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A Hundred Years Ago. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 6 March 1860

A Hundred Years Ago. Ihe fJaUg appeal. There is nothing that so powerfully iin- 1 presses the mind with the energy of the I American people, us to look ut the state j of this continent a hundred years ago. ami comparing it wtth the present .-tate of j things. In regard to the territory now or- , cupied by these United States, "one hundred years ago was just the crisis of its ! fate. Whether this North American con- ■ tinent should be English or French was then settled, and not till then. True, England possessed the seaboard, but the French had theCanadas, the St. Lawrence, the Lakes and the Mississippi to the Gulf of Mexico, undisturbed, until 1751). Then it was that Quebec was captured by the 1 gallant Wolf, and Ticonderoga by the j English army sent for that purpose. But ! it was not till 1760 that the King ot 1 France gave up the hopes of regaining it. or that Montreal surrendered to General ' Amherst. Up to this period it seemed as if the French had every pro.-peet of inning the...

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