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Lcglalatlvc. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 7 March 1860
Lcglalatlvc. SACRAMENTO, March 6. SENATE. —Mr. Edgerton introduced a bill donating $60,000 to the company which shall lirst build a line of telegraph to the Atlantic States; 540,000 to the company which shall complete the second. Mr. Peachy characterized certain statements made in the Evening Telegram, to the effect that he was interested in the stock of Bensly Water Company, and opposed to any investigation of the charges alleged against them as unqualifiedly false. He denounced the authors, whom he charged were in the bulkhead interest. Act appropriating $lO,OOO to the Ladies' Seamen's Friend Society, ordered engrossed. Act providing for the erection of a State Reform School was made the special order for Friday next. ASSEMBLY. —Bachelor's Homestead Bill was defeated after a lengthy debate. Act to amend the act, authorizing married women to transact business in their own name as sole traders, was passed. Caulfield will probably recover from his wounds.
Yiekn Sewa. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 7 March 1860
Yiekn Sewa. VHKKA, March, Gtli. A piece of quartz was found five miles I'roiu Yrekts, weighing 23?, pounds, yielded 5«136. News from Jacksonville Oregon, says $75,000 worth of rock was taken out 011 the sth. On Saturday on Jackass creek, a party of Frenchmen and Chinamen quarreled about a mining ditch. A tipht ensued with shovels, picks, bars, rocks, &amp;c. The result is that two Frenchmen were badly wounded—one likely to die. Two Celestials are in the same fix. On Monday a party of Frenchmen repaired to the scene and demolished John's cabin's and tents. Bowen is to be hung on Friday, if his sentence is not committed to imprisonment for life. Snow about six inches, pood sleighing. [The beautiful lines which we publish below were addressed to a fair and charming young lady of this city, while she was on a visit to her native town last summer. Knights of the tripod are, as we know from experience, susceptible creatures, hut our readers, if they can guess to whom these lines w...
J "Farewell." [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 7 March 1860
J "Farewell." Queen of the Golden State, Farewell! God guide thee n'cr the broad blue deep, B»*t wt'en us. years it ml WIIM mu«t Ami mountains rise and vallies a weep. Oh! NVptune, smo ith awaj the form Of every strong anil moiiiitain wave. Oh ! Boreal, gather every storm And lock it in tliy bellowing cave. Oil! dowu-winged zephyrs, bear perfume Unto her from a thousand isles, Andfroni the orange groves that bloom Where Florida forever smiles. Kxnlt thy hills, fair Mexico— Display thy brilliant flowers and vales: For her let all thy splendor glow. And fan bur witli thy spicy gales. Francisco, ope thy Golden Gates And let the Queen come up the Day ; Thou richest of a thousand States, Give up thy gold to pave her way. Farewell!—l cannot say farewell. OREGON PAPERS. —We are indebted to Wells, Faigo &amp; Co. for late Oregon p:tpers. A convict who was about to be sent to the House of Correction, was told they would set him to picking oakum. "Let 'em try it," said he, "I'll tear ...
ArrdTkli Kt tlw »t. SltholM. HICKOK * CO Proprietor*. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 7 March 1860
ArrdTkli Kt tlw »t. SltholM. HICKOK * CO Proprietor*. TUESDAY, MARCH FI. ISHO. II CTilden. Sutter on. P McMahan, Nicolaus. K'lJ Kail. Orovllle. \V C Hodge. " Jus Detroit, I'ark.s Bar. C E Hedges. X Jersey. John Catron. Stringtowii.W Taylor, Pen Valley. Thus. Harrison, Butte. A Kent. Han Fran. J Drynen. Sac. city. M Mills. Timbuctoo. 8 Lesser, San Juan. John Coltun, Xicolnus. M Morgentlian, San F. Jolin Cetera, " D 0 Lewis, " John Creiner, " CO Mellcn, I&lt;ong liar. C Peters, J C I'dall. llntte co. T Wharton, " 8 Doritliy, Morris Karin. T Riley. Oroville. M Pence, Fence's Ranch. F B ll.iNWi'll, Nicolaus, C W Sklnuer. Sac city. F W Valele. " J Cosgrore, Suit Juan. J L Laing, " F C Porter. Petaluma. T C Hammond, •' J K Witliinton, Colusa.
MARVSVILLE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 7 March 1860
MARVSVILLE MARKETS. REPORTED DAILY lIV U. 8. &amp;J. C. RAXSOM TUESDAY, March 6,IS«U. FLOLR 3%@4c. V V&gt;WHEAT %C " BARLEY " OATS 3c " CORN 3c " CORN MEAL 4c " POTATOES ONIONS ti@Kc " BEANS 3@sc " Kt'ltKK AS.—The regular meeting of Knreka Engine Company No. 1 will be held this ( WKI &gt;- N KSDA Y) evening, March 7. at 714 o'clock. P. J. JOCKLYN, Sec'y.
DIED, [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 7 March 1860
DIED, In this city, 011 the Oth iust., Willlaui Guy Collins, son of Victor X. and Delia Collins, aged live years. The friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend the funeral from their residence 011 K street. lietweeu Oth and 7tli streets, to-uiorrow the Nth inst., at 10 a. in.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 7 March 1860
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. K E M O V A L. OK THE AGENCY OF A. SEIBEHZiICH, BOOT AMD SHOE rli MANUFACTURER, OF PHILADELPHIA. TIIK UNI)KRSKiNKO BEIiS LEAVE TO INform lh« trado and his friends in general, tliat In* has removed hi* place «f business from No. Sacramento street, to the lai'm' uml commodious | rooms at 75 and 77 California St., S. E. Corner of Mattery, up stairs. Having just returned from Philadelphia, where arrangement* have been made for a still larger and better assorted stock of Ladle', Gents', Mlnse*', and Children's Goods, Of the best quality, 1 will be happy to ace unmodate uiy friends and patrons, as well as the Merchants and Dealers of California in general. I N. li.— As our goods are from the FIRST lIAN*)S I we are enabled to sell them much cheaper than any I oeher house in this city. The trade will therefore find it to their advantage to give us a call. F. X. KRAST, Sole Wholesale Agent, Nos. 75 and 77 California street. S. K. corner Battery street, up stairs. &...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 7 March 1860
ASSAY OFFICES. MARYSVILLE PIONEER a ■any Office. ' H. HARRIS &amp; CO., [Successor to Harris A Marchand,] E Street, uear the corner of Second, MARYSVILLE. Also—73 J strict, Sacramento. and 10S Sacramento street, San Francisco. Will continue to carry on the bnriness of Melt" Ingi Refilling and Aiiaflng Gr old and Or o •, OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. WE GUARANTEE the correctness of our Assays, and hind ourselves to pay the differences that may arise with any of the U. S. Mints. Returns made in from ti to 12 hours, in WARS or COIN. Jfo-Hpecimens of Quartz Assayed and valued. Tekms or Assaying—The same as in San Francisco. JamO-iny H. HARRIS * CO. 11. W. TIIRALL, CHAS. A. KEYBER. SPRING STYLE OF ATS, ARK NOW READY EAGLE HAT MANUFACTORY, I I 37 3D Stroot. febJS-my J AS. L. DALEY. J. W. WINTER, DENTIST. OJficr Xn. 76 I) St net. opposite St. Nicholas Hottf MAHYBVILLK. CONTINUOUS GUM WOKK DONE, SUKPASSing all other work with regard t«&gt; bounty ami durability. KLKCTIIICITY used in...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 7 March 1860
AUCTION. H. BARNETT, AUOTIONBBH D. STEET, MARYSVILLE, INFORMS the public he is ready. at nil .&lt; to attend to the wuuts of those «)„, ".'"H services for the mile of kii GROCERIES, DRY GOOD* —AND— "» Merchandise Generally HEAL ESTATE AT I'CJJLW AUCTION OH J'HIVA TE It EFR ENCES: F. M. RAMIREZ, CAPT. pjXMt FALKNER &amp; HELL, ('HAS. OOVII 1,, W.H.SAMPSON, Mt And the inhabitants generally of the citj SPUING SYTT.^ I K. H ElNHDORrrnn Respectfully informs his friends and the public tint lie introduced the Sprlnc Style On Satui day 9 February gftth, WHICH HAS BKKN ADOPIKI) U\ IM. HOARD OF TRADE OF SAN FRANCISCO. Which l"i' Neatness. Finish mid durability CANNOT BE EXCELLED, lie bus also on hand the Excellent Zl&gt;r A V BSTY L E O1- || VTS, All -a&lt;ly will-known intliischv forcomtortand i.ut« Constantly on hand the largest assortment ( .f FRENCH AND NEW YORK SOFT 11ATS, In nil style*. shndn nf c.,10r and quality, Ainu tb» LATEST STYLE OF LADIES' RIDING,...
J0«BI»1b Corrnpondtnce. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 7 March 1860
J 0 «BI» 1b Corrnpondtnce. YOUNU'S HIM., March 2. Enrroß APPEAL Since reading the rommunication in your pnper from "Fin- „» correcting a former letter of "'fe in regard to our mineral products ""d ditch capacities, 1 'eel so humbled htlamtoth t° attempt another statentof what my cars hear or my eyes UW and 1 assure you, as I write, 'tis ' fth»f« lin B—,i8 —,ia -V' ft certßint y— of beil 'K "'tirelr w i pe d out, should that luminary, ' native vernacular, again condescend to ° t j c e any ° f m . v ' h,,mble efforts, which lav appear in your paper. By the way, • "Finnegan," and he is a fair type f t l,e Finnegan family, scattered here °„d there through the mines. I propose „ give his full portrait, full length, that ,is brothers may have some record of his w journ amongst us. "Finnegan" is an educated individual, (as he tells you) a lerfect travelling American clerk's asijitant. In fact, education has been his ruin. He never works, only when he tnn'tbelp it. He savs he was too well m...
Sacramento Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 7 March 1860
Sacramento Correspondence. | Prom our own Correipoudent.J SACRAMENTO, March 5, 1860. EDITOR APPEAL :—ln the first place, your city charter amendments have passed the Senate. They were introduced by Wheeler, who was in his place in the Senate this morning. In the second place, the Legislature did nothing else of any sort ot consequence. In the third place, this is blue Monday, and I shall, in the balance of my letter, give your readers hash. There is no other " viand" in the market. I saw and heard evidences of how lightly some people will treat grave subjects, to-day. Caulfield, the fighting squatter, had a difficulty in which he was shockingly carved up, and I fear the poor creature must die. He is unpopular here, and during the afternoon, I saw several boisterous knots of oungers, amid shout* of laughter, offer to bet that he would live. One unfeeling fellow said that if the wounded man could not talk he was indeed very far gone. 1 don't know what caused the trouble, hut believe i...
Oar Irish Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 7 March 1860
Oar Irish Correspondence. GRKESVII.LE. March 6. 1860. MISTIIGR APPEAL MON— Dear Sur: I write to you to inform you that I am well, baria' a slight cow Id that I received, which 1 thrust will not continue long upon tne bones, hoping that this letter will find you in the same sthate as it laves me in nt present, wid the exception of the cowld. Misther Edithur, I have a great many things that I wish to communicate to yerself, for do you sa 1 have been a thravellng through the mountains to sa what I cud sa. do ye mid. and be me soulil, I 11 jest be afther telling ye this is a great counthry, intirely. The blrst a finer wan I iver sthruck since the day that I was born, or me be three quarthurs of a veer before that very importhant period. Well, as I sed before, I was thraveling, and the first place I found meself afthur laving home was in the romantic and classical town of Young's Hill, as ould Althurman Marrowfat very /&gt;o«eticaley cals it. I was not long in this place til I mi...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 7 March 1860
BANKERS. REYNOLDS BROS. BANKERS, No. 142, Third Street, Mary»vllle, PURCHASE GOLD BARS AND HOLD DUST, At best markut rates, makv advancs ou Gold Oust consigned to thn U. 8. Mint for coinage. 49" SELL EASTERN EXCHAOE 'tt In sums to suit, at current rates. DRAW CHECKS AT PAR ON SAN FRANCISCO AND SACRAMENTO. Ship Treasure to New York on the most favorable terms, covered by Insurance in the best Loudon Coniimuies. Attend to COLLECTION S, and transact a General Ranking business. QUICKSILVER. Agency Ouudalupe Mines. Santa Clitra. A large supply constantly ou hand, and for sale at San Francisco Agents' rates. jan'23-ray REYNOLDS BROS. P. DECKER, J. H. 11. JEWETT, J. A. PAXTON. DECKER, JEWETT &amp; PAXTOX, u a. xna* k zi n s, MARYSVILLE. Banking Hours from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. ADVANCES ON UBT FOR A BB AY AT U. 8. MINT. CHECKS AT PAR ON PARROTT &amp; CO., SAN PRAXl'ltft'O. B. F. HASTINGS St, CO, SACRAMENTO. OUR SIGHT AND TIME DRAFTS ON AMERICAN EXCHANGE BANK * NEW VOIIK, Availabl...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 7 March 1860
BOOKS, &amp;C. BOOKS! BOOKS!! B00K8!!! STATIONERY. MUSIC! FANCY ARTICLES! Ac..*! Ikvfjusici I AT THE # MUSIC STORE! WISTAVE All', j K&lt;*peetfully culls the attention of lupoid friend* and patron* and tho public in general to his NEW AND INCREASED STOCK HOLIDAY GIFTS. I 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 in In constant receipt of all the choicest Magazines, Periodicals anil Papers, the latent sheet Music, and new books of every kind at WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. The attention of INTERIOR MERCH ANTS is solieit.&gt;d to his very complete «t...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 7 March 1860
CLOTHING. CHEAP OLOTHIX H. EILGRMAM &amp; C O. MERCHANT TAILORS -AN D Fashionable C'lolliier*, Are now Helling thm targe «t«H'k of WINTER CLOTHING AT IMPORTED COST&lt; *To make room for a larpe stork of SPMJTG C LOTHIJTG, About UP arrive from XPW York. Cloths, Cassimeres and Vestings, MADE Ul' TO ORDEH IN A PREMIUM STYLE, AT THE LOWEST CASH PRICES. Gentlemen prelerlng having tlii'ir SPRING AND SUMMER CLOTHING i Made to order in New York, can do no by leaving their order at H. EILKRMAN dt CO.'S. N« extra I'hnrgc uiadc for garments so ordered, and I returnable in sixty days. | JUST RECEIVED, A LAKQE INVOICE OF j INDIAN TAN AND WOOL KNIT GLOVES. 11. EILERMAN k CO. 04, D Street, next door to the Theater, jan'23-tf MARTSVILLF.. II.V.VDAIi &amp; CO., XEWS M E X ANI) .S TATIO N E R S. D STREET, OPPOSITE THE THEATRE. DEALERS IN BLANK BOOKS, STATIONERY. CIIEAI' PUBLICATIONS, SCHOOL BOOKS. PAPER HANGINGS, WINDOW MILADK*. WILLOW WARE. POCKET CUTLERY Agents for the Sao F...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 7 March 1860
MISCELLANEOUS. RACES!! RACES!!! ALL MARYSVILLE PARK SPRING MEETINO. IN consequence ul uumigements iiHVing been entered into between ilr. Coombs, owner of "Ashland.' and Col. K. 8. Lathrop, owner of "Langford." and the Proprietor of the Marysville Park, to bar* the Ureal Four Mile Race come off at the above course, in which will be entered the clebruted horses al&gt;ovc named. and in order to give sufficient time for the stock from a distance to be brought upon tile ground, which will comprise the finest in the country, the dnv for the rsces hus been POSTPONED from April 23d. to londnji, 7th Ua&gt; uf May, When tliey will positively come off, at the Park under the Rules of the Marysville Jockey t'lub. FIRST DAY—Monday, May Tth. $l5O. for two yenr olds. for the following named counties—Yuba. Gutter, Butte, Tehama and Colu*a. In this race none will be allowed to run except they are two yearn old in May. SECOND DAY—Tuesday May 81 li. l'urse slao. mile heats, for all thre...
She ftottg Spjical. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 7 March 1860
She ftottg Spjical. LIFE ASD DEATH OF A MlSER. —Michael Btiird, who lived near Little York, Penu- ; sylvan la, was a miserable miser. His i father left a valuable farm of five hundred acres, iu the vicinity of York, with some I farming and household articles, lie kept ! a tavern for a number of years, married, i and raised four children. He accumulated an immense estate, whish he reserved so tenaciously that he never afforded a dollar lor the education of his children, lie never was known to lay out one dollar in cash for any article he might be in need of ; he would either do without it, or tind some person who would barter with him for something he could conveniently sell for money. He farmed largely, and kept a large distillery, which he supplied entirely with his own grain. He kept a team tor the conveyance of his whiskey to ; Baltimore, where, when he could not sell for money at a price to suit him, he bar- ' tercd for necessaries tor his family and tavern. In this way he ;imas...