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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Herald — 15 March 1851
Sale of Water Lots. SAN FRANCISCO j.Lnuri Pftjiii K thi Cdifonii Eichuie. uken st their p« nine IB .payment tar the property mm. the Lota, mil be ready (or distribution u tW TALBOT H. V 6ItEEN, January t, IMI. ju,u*3. STATE LAW. la act prescribing the mode of «o» touting and defending po—emery Action* on land* belonging to tkt United Statee. Pawed April 11, 1830. The people of the Stale of California, represented in Senate and Assembly, do enact as follow*: Sec. I. Any person Bow occupying and aeuled upon, or who may hereafter necapy aad ae«le upon, any of ths frmblie lan.ix belonging to the United States, unoccupied, except upon land* containing mine* of any of the precious metals, nay commence and maintain any action for interference with, or injuries lone to his possesskm of said land, igainst any person or persons to inter"ertng with or injuring such land or such possession. Stc. S On trial of any such cause, :he possession or possessory right of the plaintiff shall be considere...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Herald — 15 March 1851
rmnUi i» SmaU tad ini»%* ■"*' a*S«Bea»i *****V"* 1 "'" ftlllillt§ aaawS®* ——"■ writing, particnlariy setting fort* «• awm of iScE* and the wmct yatod. fcj which ht* employer is indebted tnfcna, end E^»«sE?3g3 tfc» employer lo tbe eanoonti If «e«, then to Ihe ■ mourn doe from bim to said eniplnyer »1 tbe rim nek notice *w served. skthw*. Wheal aoj mcfc contractor, jowrney.Mti. or Inbowr, shell torn given 'beno'** Minimi in Ik* preoteding eectKio. he (ball imeent io bw employer a (Xvyof eoeh notice (or hia endorsement If aack employer endoraee thereon that ike clam la correct, the owner or other person liaMe aball par Ike same, if indebted to the employer ia tba ainooni t tf not, ■ben lbe amount due from him to said amptoer at ibe time tbe notice wae served. If ■a fail- or refuae m to pay, «x* ao£coo»aeIM, journeyman or laborer, aball, withm thirty days after the service of the notice, commence an action in tbe proper court to enforce bit lien. 1/ by the terms of Ibe oatrac! between t...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Herald — 15 March 1851
FRESH OOODB. fall * em. WktlmaUDtalmm dnetrim, nrm kTSITcSSk Mi W«NI V/Jmn nl Pip*. Cum, Part,. Plqur, Cora J JRansSy AypMk HHIM 4te-i Mltiil 1HRSmAm ' 4c. tad every timd W ftm—a nit that » warned » tt«n satin M. Alee, Tm I W WhKhwS| C 'always be sold &gt;1 Ike lowest ; rales. Marysville, Jaa. !d, 1 WO. jaaluj Mm n. Minnml, in ▼. »«&gt;.t^ Wmt— Ficim. Mitchell, Berry and Pickett, 1 COtJMBKL LORg AT LAW, "PRACTICE in Marysville. Rough 1 A Ready, «nd Nevada City, end iai the : District sad Supreme Courts of Ike Stat* Mr. flsrry having bad tea ream malice u ! a Lawyer in the reining region at Dubuque, lowa, and Galena. llliaoia, is faatiKar with the auasuea of mining claims, and will devote bis alteiuion to that subject. Once in Maryaville, ia die room formally . occupied by the County Clerk, oppceiH the ■ United States Hotel- d27my ' R A. EDD Y, 1 MARYSVILLE ROOK STORE, ALAROK aaaartnent of Hank Btoki ami Stationery, with a fine collection of .Standard Work*, Cheap Pub...
kdfjldfjslfjsdkfsjklfsjdfeiorfjaksd [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Herald — 18 March 1851
kdfjldfjslfjsdkfsjklfsjdfeiorfjaksd Taketbewi'.-tdaeatoMhers arsgnodaad b*dk»H. Aad foadaad bad siU la f naa new ts tha -a* Aadthaj «tM aspect to aaaiM aaiote m a Ara In daafer of marring more haana thaa t.Wffl mead If ya wtab ie be bnppy&gt; ne'M anab Sar the fcaba, Or jaa're anre to iad sometbiac ar athar aantaa} HM much that «a»«e*a and mneb that etatta, Tbe warhfa aai a lad ape If Ml aa ft la * Take the woeW aa ft is' if tbs Mrfcce be ablab&gt;«. Me*ae stir ap tba scdmasm Md tea beJ«w 1 There's wwdom ta ibw, bat tliaWl aaa m repining O'er ibiaga which can israJy be me»led, ei knew I There's baaa'y around oe, which Ist aa ea)oy ; And etude not, ante a it may ha with a k&gt;«a j Though earth's net the H*a»an wa thtnight when a*ST. There • something ko ltee hr If ta'sa as Kla Take the world as ft Is * with hs amitea and Hf sorrow, Its lore and its frissKtsidp-Ms Wee hoed aod trath— Us eehemeerfhnt depend an i he brewh efte-marrow! ka hopae. wiikb by hke tba ...
CAIeIFMXIA iBttItLATrOK. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Herald — 18 March 1851
CAIeIFMXIA iBttItLATrOK. Moxpat. March 10. IN SENATE-The Senate met pursuant to adjournment, the I'reai dent in the Chair. Tbe journal of Saturday was read and approved. Mr Tingley presented a private communication relative to means em ployed in irrigating tbe agricultural lands, and introduced a bill instruct ins the committee on agriculture, to inquire into and regulate tbe use of water for irrigation, and report there on by bill or otherwise, which wa* adopted, and tba communication was referred to said committee Mr. Foater. from tbe committee on eagroawd lull*, reported a* correctly I engrossed, the bill for aa act to license gaming Mr Warner from the committee ob enrolled bill*, reported oorrectly enrolled, An act to prohibit lotteries Also An act to repeal an aet to pre- j vent the coining of money by individ-' aals. Mr Douglass gave notice that at an early day. he should a i bill to re-district tbe State and in oreaee her representation Mr Kobinsou asked and obtained leave to...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Herald — 18 March 1851
fiuiMM Carta. JAMES CUSHING, JUSTICE or THE PEACE, Office n the Pall Office Building, MAftTanixß. ' Co*T«TAirco»oDeed*.'.Bond* and Mort drawn and acknowledged. j3mv CUSHING &amp; O'DWYEK, SURVEYORS AND ENGINEERS, COUNTY SURVEYOR'S OFFICE, (CtnMT Second at aod M«klM U»f,&gt; Tlowtf HAimiLLK. H. P. HA UH, gUtorneg tr Coamcllrr at Can, Mery*vil!e, Yuba County, en«tf _ Cmli/trnio. S. B. MULFORD, eovsranoK a* Marysville, Yuba County, oerosrrt th* umitbb *t*t** hotbl. ant tf.E | a x - swezy, Attorney mmd C—wllw nt Vitw, WOULD respectfully inform the j Public that he ha* Te-umed the practice of l&gt;aw. Office with H- P. Wettain*. 111 the } »«w Brick Building. on Second *treet, beiweea f&gt; and K striata. M*rysviUe. Sep'. HW, !M0 sept. «. tt E. W. Tracy. Succrnnr to MACY f Co.. WOULD respectfully inl'orm the inhabitant, at Maryan'lo and ?ieintr», «hat h« i» to turniah them with any kind of Merchandise they may wwh, CHEAP FOR CASH. MarysnriU* ». W sept.24.tf...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Herald — 18 March 1851
To the Public. xrOTICB n hereby given that (he i.* secretary of tbe " PeopVs Yuba Riser Bridge Company" will open the book* of tbe , i Company on Tuesday the 11th of Afarch mat \at the office of Charles Kllet Kaq m M arya▼ille, for subscription la the capital stuck of , •aid Company, where the same will coat.nue , open for fen day*. Thai after the expiration of said tan days | the shares uudi*p.&gt;sed of may be taken by any of the then share holders desiring to subscribe for tba same. That twenty par cent of tha smount sub- ; scribed will be retired to be psid down at the time of eubecribmg for the stock Q. N. fIWEZT. Secy of the P's Y R. B. Co. Dated, Marysville, March 9th, iB6O, tnllbtd The British Periodicals, AND THE FARMER'S GUIDE. LEONARD, SCOTT. A CO, No. i _J54 Gold atreel New York, continue ! to publish the four tending British i Quarterly Reviews. end Blackwood'* Magazine; in additioo to which they : have recently commenced the publication of a valuble Agricultura...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Herald — 18 March 1851
4otd% Hmanraiit*. Sat. MARYSVILLE HOTEL j and Brewer)-, , On Front Strut Corner C StretC Mil iMgtr * Cm. "VITOULD return their thank* for the ▼ ▼ favour* bestowed upon the Old Mary* i rifle Brewery. and now inform thetr frtenda, acquaint ancea and the public, lttaf they ha*» opened their new Hotel, md aw pn-perad 'o accommodate all who nay favor them with a call. Their table wiH be supplied «n the ; i beat the market afords. their bar with the t hoicestlhquor* Pio pain* will be sparrd to promote the comfort oi their visitors. The beat quality of Home Brewed Ale al- ' ware on hand, end for sale either wholesale t»r j retail. A kberal deduction wit) be allowed to Retailers or Hotel keeper*. , JOHN RCROEH, JOSRPH K A M Fi?, OKORGB ENGLF.R, |Propiietor». j Jan- S. ISSI. j3my 1 Orleans Hotel, Second Street, between J and K Streeti. Sacramento City. ' rPHtS apaciotia and elegant Hotel &gt;• ; A now open for the accommodation ol boarder* and the travelling public It (a tn a 1 conve...
kdfjldfjslfjsdkfsjklfsjdfeiorfjaksd [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Herald — 18 March 1851
kdfjldfjslfjsdkfsjklfsjdfeiorfjaksd All parties are agreed that these abetiwrtioas to the navigation of Fsathsr River are a great drawback aad injury to ths advancement of ear city. The immsase number af people now ia the northern mines must eaadasa to reader Mnryevilto the most important trading |*t" ia the whale Valley, (we *eak advisedly) and it ie important, therefore, that ahs should hase the tall advantage of every facility that eaa be givea to advaaee toe iaieraoto efher mercantile eommoaity. Bo long aa the soaga remain ia ths river, Dona but the ematter and poorer slaes af koala witt coma here. The owaers of bettor ■liaain will aot risk than where there » ■"■salary danger of siaku* them by ruaningupon these saags. Several disadvantagee result In ths first place, the small capacity and few somber of boats rnaniagte this point cause oar merchant* eenoue delay loss of tuns in ths receipt of their goods. Coo tinoal complaints are mad* that they eanaotrely upon taceiviag thatr go...
BMJIHWI mi— • [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Herald — 18 March 1851
BMJIHWI mi— • Tvkwut,Hulk 11. 1 (ha SwM Ml JMITNWt W 14MBtMlt Mi. MiMiiMMlmlih' trodace u hmM te 0* kill designating the holidays to be observed ia the acceptance and faymeat ft bills of exehaMe h4 promiseory notes, which vu adopted by the Senate, the bill was read a third time Mid passed Aa act supplementary to aa act coaoerniog the ofiee of ouucty treasurer. was takes up. After being amended, the bill was read a third time and passed. A message ni received froai the Governor, stating that ha had appointed James Barr, Port Warden for ! Benicia, which vu kid over. Mr. Van Bareaatked and obtained leave to introduce a bill to regulate the amount of pajvaett to ofieers of On motion of Mr. Lippiucott, the Senate adjourned. IN ASSEMBLY-The Hooie met at the usual hoar. Mr. McDotual introduced a bill I concerning toll bridges, whieh vaa I read the first and second tinea by tii tie, aad ordered to be printed | Mr Field gave notice of the introduction of a bill concerning the foes of ofiee. ...
BeryerlllaCfcr Peleee Canewl. Blwerfd fcr tke Meryeville Herald by PARISH ADAMS A Oa [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Herald — 18 March 1851
BeryerlllaCfcr Peleee Canewl. Blwerfd fcr tke Meryeville Herald by PARISH ADAMS A Oa Aaetiaa and CmbUn Merckanu. Maiviviuii ink March. I Ml. Craakaßr-Water..... th a ■» " ifa"™rr.;i! «» _ " _ ttuwr 30 Boola—Heaey pagfad per da*. ttn a 40 £:2j Candlaa—Sperm M " Adamantine. it I Cordage -Manilla Siaall u a » Mackerel-No. 1 in 1-lbMa (is to J k'raila—Kagheh Watatua »a* Drted Applea. II a an! " Peachea at I Sardiara- Half bona Ma Id -SkoveJa—Amaa C. £ Wag kaadte.. 943 . " „ ~ _ abort ".... M ilxea-Collina, pr. da*. *&gt; «arlar Ml a II Cora—Sauad...... a a a« Lt«aaea--B adjr. OuadatnaUp'kg... a?l a 1 Americaa takkla. prgal. m " . Whiaky aid rye par gfi.... (no *le-rwdo* (t Porter—Par do* e Ckarapaaaa Cidar Hi Molaaaaam luge per gal 7i a ll Sy rap m Walt patkajara II a I si ProvieMMte—Clear Pork pr bbl. *10 Maa* " rura at Claar ia half 6bU MM " qr. kMa. Bso Lard in una to a « Haiaa—Caniaeard extra Waal Ruitar —Good. to a It Ckaa«a.. at a M Una-Goad .. II a 90 PieMaa—Kege in vineg...