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More of the Railroad* [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 8 March 1860
More of the Railroad* The Solona County Herald, of Saturday last, copies an article from a late number ofthe APPEAL —in which we made certain inquiries relative to the San Francisco and Marysville Railroad—and comments thereupon, as follows : We should be pleased to see an answer to the foregoing. We have heard quite enough ofenergetic men, road under contract, etc., etc., and there now appears to be another spasmodic effort to again inspire public confidence. Our Hoard of Supervisors have requested our Representative in the Legislature to have the law of last session so amended that they may not be obliged to issue any more County Bonds on the county subscription ofS'2oo,ooo to the capital stock of the San Francisco and Marysville Railroad Company, until there is some guarantee that the money realized from the bonds already issued, shall be expended in the construction of the road within the county. At present there is but little confidence felt among the people of this county in "...
Sacramento Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 8 March 1860
Sacramento Correspondence. [From our own Correspondent.] SACRAMENTO, March 6, 1800. EDITOR APPEAL :—We have been pretty busy in the Legislature to-day. but have not done much. In the Senate, Mr. Peachy arose to a question of privilege, and denounced as false. Ac., a charge made against him in the Telegram. He had been charged with being interested in n water company at San Francisco, for which privileges are being sought at the hands of the LegislaI turc. Peachy labors under the impression that the bulkhead-ers are after him. It is not certain that his surmise is wrong. Senator Edgerton introduced a bill to encourage the construction of telegraph lines across the continent, in pursuance of the recommendation made by the Hail road Convention. The bill to appropriate SIO,OUO to the Ladies' Seamen's Friend Society, of San Francisco, was ordered engrossed. Senator Watson made a grand sprend-eagle speech, for the edification of the ladies of the society, who are up here lobbying for the ...
ArrrtvalH at the St. Nicholas. HICKOK Sl CO. Proprietor*. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 8 March 1860
ArrrtvalH at the St. Nicholas. HICKOK Sl CO. Proprietor*. WEDNESDAY. MARCH 7,ISfiO. J S Iloninjz, Oroville, J O'Brien. Smartnville. T P Hernlmcrger, Sac. R. K It Cutting, San Fran. K Twitchell. Nic. city. II &gt;1 Roger*. Deer Cr'k. l&gt; Travethiek. San Juan. C Peters, Nicnlnus. j John Floyd, KuglanU. Henry Hawkins Oroville. Jan Black. Butte. A. Olasswell, San Fran. |W II Sha»'lT«'r, Butte. Oscar Osbnru, Van. Mill. R U Frisliee. Dogtown. W It Colum'lle. ] J Clement/.. Itutte. K L Terney, do SI) Young. Dry Creek. F Veaney. Moored H'ch. I Mrs Countryman. il«» John Devino. city, j B (lorinan. Oroville. B Kilcrninn, city, i J Harnian, Sac city. Wui Mack, city. P Kceiian. Sniartaville.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 8 March 1860
THK JUDICIARY, AGAIN. —A Justice of the Peace, of days of yore, in Butte, who still lives, once sentenced a horse-thief to a term in the penitentiary, and the culprit was actually taken, by the Constable executing the provisions of the sentence, as far as the Hamilton jail, before it was found out that the Squire's jurisdiction didn't extend quite as far down as Point San Quentin. Another Squire, who used to deal out justice to the Thompson s Flatitcs, issued writs of injunction and of habeas corpus. Justice straddled on awful high stilts when Bob Patton and Dave Fralick, acting as associates in the Butte Court of Sessions, could overrule Judge Bean ; but they did it, and the Judge resigned in disgust. That's so.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 8 March 1860
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Kpring Dry Goods!! FLETCHER &amp;. HOBSON, Have now in store, and will receive by every steamer all the \KWKST and most FABHI ON A BL E sty les of Fancy Dry Goods, Suitable for the coming season, comprising [ XEW STYLE FLOVXCED SILKS; •VA'ir CUIXA ami STKIPKI) SILKS; BLACK and COVD (.LAICE SILKS; NEW SPRING FABRICS, Ceretas, Dritcilla* and Metainoras, French Chintz Calicoes, GINGHAMS, BAUAGES A\l» TISSUKB, Mourning Dress Goodn, SILK AND LACE MANTILLAS, ALEXANDER'S KID GLOVES, Parasols, Bonnet* and Flata, Embroidered and Lace Setts. Ladies' and Gents' Linen Ilak'fs, Embroidered Bands, Edgings and Insertions, Lace Veils, Head Dresses, Valenciennes and Thread Laces. New Dress Trimmings and Ribbons, Irish Linens and Linen Lawns, Ladies' and Misses' English Hosiery. White Goods in Great Variety, Bleached Shirtings and Sheetings, Marseilles, Briliiantcs, Stripe and Dotted Swiss, Nainsooks and Jaconets. Housekeeping Goods. Marseilles Quilt).. Lace Curtains, Silk...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 8 March 1860
ASSAY OFFICES. MARYSVILLE PIONEER lay OCBLoo. 11. HARRIS A CO., (Successor to Harris A Marchand,] E .Street, near the corner of Second. MAHYSVILLE. AIHO— 73 J street. Sacramento, and 105 Sacramento street, San Francisco. Will continue to carry on the buriness of Melt« lug, Refilling and Assaying G-old and Oro m 9 OF EVKRY DESCRIPTION. WK GUARANTEE the correctness of our Assay*. and bind ourselves to pay the differences tlint may arise with any of the U. S. Mints. Returns made in from to 12 hours, in BARS or COIN. ft#-S pecimens of Quartz Assayed and valued. TEIIMS OF ASSAYING —The same as in San Francisco. Jan23-my 11. lIAKRIS A CO. OIL AS. A. KEYSER. say TIIEAL li A CO., SLJRCKSSOR TO JUSTII t HL'STER, NO. JO2. FIRST ST.. BETWEEN 0 AND 111(111, Marysville. GOLD AND ORES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, .nELTEIt .I.l*l# .I.SVS.IKKH At San Frnncisco rates, and Returns made in BARS OR UNITED STATES COIN, within six hours. Our Assays are guaranteed, ami liars discounted at the lowest rates. [ja'2...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 8 March 1860
AUCTION. H. HARNETT,^ AUCTIONED^ D. STKKT, MARYBVIUE, INFORMS tile public- lit" in reiuly, at all •• to attend to the wuutn of thorn, who «i.l° services for the Mile of " U OROCEHIEB, DRY GOODS —AND— ■' Merchandise Generally HEAL ESTATE A T PUBLIC A UCTION OK I'RIVA TH g AI( IIKFKENCES: K. M. II AMIItKZ, CAIT. PI Y\T* FALKNEK A 1tK1.1.. CHAB. OOVILI■* W. H. SAMPSON, Llt » Anil the inhabitants generally of the city INO C £
like |a»B fal- [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 8 March 1860
like |a»B fal - I 0 go° s Newspapers.— The old story I Oregon editors out-blackguard the IS^p rett y ,,eartrue - °Y n oth " ■ an d to couie nearer the actual he matter, they say more nasty I.hnut one another, with less point fhintrs 1 Anre persistently, than any newspa- ■ people we ever knew of. Poor old ■ U&gt;&gt;e is rcvilcd by his enemics &gt; dft J' ■ Ja y, as "Stupid Jack," and that episeems to be all that is brought ■ • i the old patriot. Reiterating a B afiilS . e0 f immemorial age, Dclazou Smith, ■ P hWs . sti ,i dubbed "Delusion" by his ■ ttn d that facetious nickname ■ e ° e ™ jto 'be about the only affliction imi upon Mr. Smith. That abused ■ 2 em a n responds by frequently repeatI the expression that the Republicans IZ dirt enough to fill the Kentucky ■ cave'' The "Opposition" style the DeI mocracy "Slubberdegullions," nnd as a I standing phrase, assert that "Peuiten--1 tiary convicts are the happiest sort of ■ men, if it be tru-? that to be happ...
TELEGH^tPHIC. [BY UNION TELEGRAPH LINE). RKPURTKIi rOR THI! MARTBVILLK DAILY API'LAI. San Franctaeo News, [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 8 March 1860
TELEGH^tPHIC. [BY UNION TELEGRAPH LINE). RKPURTKIi rOR THI! MARTBVILLK DAILY API'LAI. San Franctaeo News, SAN KBA.vciBco.Mnr. 7. A rumor ran round the city this morning about 10 o'clock, that a large amount of gold had been found at the north-east corner of Jackson and Dupont streets. It was a sell. The trial of Dr. Chase, set for yesterday at one o'clock, in the Police Court, was postponed until Wednesday, 14th inst. A venire of one hundred jurors was ordered, returnable at that time. William Mahoney was examined yesterday, by Judge Blake, pronounced insane and ordered to be sent to Stockton. The new steamer Milton S. Latham, will take her place on the opposition line to Sacramento, on Friday, and we understand that the steamer Princess has been ; thoroughly overhauled and repaired, and I will also be put on the Sacramento route '■ on the same day. I No arrivals.
Sacramento Kewh [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 8 March 1860
Sacramento Kewh SACIUMENTO, Mar, 7th. SENATE. —BiII to regulate duties of Inspector of Ijeef, pork, etc., at San Francisco, passed. State Assayer bill, passed. Bill to appropriateslo,ooo to the ladies' Seamen's Friend Society, defeated —some Senators voted against it, who were willing to appropriate §5,000. Notice was given of a motion to reconsider. ASSEMBLY. —The vote by which the Bachelor's Homestead bill was defeated, reconsiderd and the bill passed. Ayes, 30 ; noes, 32. Bill appropriating $5,000 to San Francisco ladies Protection Society, passed. Both those bills had previously passed the Senate. The Governor has approved the new gaming act. I The Supervisors this afternoon adopted a resolution tendering the State the use of the Capitol building hereafter, free of rent.
Nevada Item*. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 8 March 1860
Nevada Item*. We clip the following items from the J Nevada Demoer.it of yesterday : I Inquest—Coroner Henry held an inj quest last Sunday, on the body of John 1 Jesse Smith, a negro, who was found murdered on Saturday, about ten miles below Grass Valley. The body was found living in the top of a fallen tree; there | was a bullet hole in his head, and he is supposed to have been murdered by InI dians. He was brought to this country !in 1850, by his master, Thomas Smith, j from Independence, Missouri, and given | his freedom in 1854. He worked for i some time at Gold Hill, in this county, I but'latterly had lived a short distance below Grass Valley. About a week before | Christmas he started out on a hunting i excursion, and nothing more was heard I from him until his body was found last : Saturday. An Oi'Traok.—The Telegram of Tuesday, relates the following diabolical outrage : One of the most diabolical outrages that has ever been perpetrated in our midst, was committed in this cit...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 8 March 1860
Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry &amp;c. K. JH. WRIGHT, SUCCESSOR TO CANKIKLD A WRIGHT. Ko&lt; SO D Street, Marycvllle. -rap IMPORTER AND DEAI.ER IN JG&lt;|| FINE WATCHES, DIAMONDS, «R S W XI XJ XV. "ST dbo., HUH ON faiui&lt;lAS|)|pndi(l An*urtm&lt;Mlt of Watchr-H from the niiMt aololuated milkers, und receives fretb inVoices l»y ewli Hfetimrr. WATCHKH HU'AIIU:J&gt; INP WARRANTED. tBKr3-3)i&gt;
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 8 March 1860
BANKERS. REYNOLDS BROS. BANKERS, S#* IW| Third Street, Marygvllle, I'VItCUASE OOLD BARS AND GOLD DUST, At Is-st markvt rates. inakv advances 011 Gold Dili! ; consigned to the L'. S. Mint for coinage. «j-9ELL EASTERN EXCHAUE * i&gt;U | In sums to suit, nt current rates. DRAW CHECKS AT PAR OX SAN FRANCISCO AND SACRAMENTO. Shlji Treasure to New York on the most favorable terms, covered by Insurance in the best London Companies. Attend to COLLECTIONS, and transact a General Ranking busimas. QUICKSILVER. Agency Oaudalupe Mines. Santa Clara. A large supply constantly on hand, aud for sale at San Francisco Agents' rates. Jan23-my REYNOLDS BROS. P. DECKER. J. H. H. JEWETT, J. A. PA»TON. DECKER, JEWETT &amp; PHTOX, NtRYNVILLE. Bankln| Heart (from • a.m. to 4 p.m. A I) * *M"(8 ON OOXJS DUST FOE A3HAT AT t'. ». »!«.' CHECKS AT PAR ON PARROTT &amp; CO., SAN FRANCISCO. B. P. HASTINGS CO., SACRAMENTO. (MIR SIGHT ANI&gt; TIME DRAFTS ON AMERICAN EXCHANGE BANK,"; NBW ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 8 March 1860
BOOKS, &amp;a. BOOKS! BOOKS!! BOOKS!!! STATIUXKRY, MUSIC! FAN CY ARTICLES! &amp; e., &amp;c. AT THE look A X I) MUSIC STORE! fiIJSTAVE AMY, R»»pectfully Colin tin- attention of hisold friends and patrons and the public in general to hix 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 lie offers for sale at the most favorable rates. This is the largest and best selected stock ol 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. lie is in constant receipt of all the choicest Magazines. Periodicals and Papers, the latest sheet Music, and new hooks of every kind at WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. The attention of INTERIOR MERCHANT* is solicited to his very complete stoc...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 8 March 1860
CLOTHING, CHEAP •F H. EILGRNAM &amp; CO., MERCHANT TAILORS AN DFaaliionable Clothiers, Are now wiling their hirge stock of WINTER CLOTHING AT IMPORTED COST, JTo make rnom for a larg** stock off spßijra vbOTM About to arrive from New York. Cloths, Cassimeres and Vestings, MADK rr TO OK PEN IN A PREMIUM STYLE, AT THIS LOWEST CASH PRICKS. Gentlemen preiering having tlieir SPRING AND SUMMER CLOTHING Made to order in New York, can do so by leaving tlieir order at H. BIIiKUMAN A CO.'S. N»eutrn charge made for garment* so ordered, and returnable in sixty days. JUST RECEIVED. A LARGE INVOICE OK INDIAN TAN AND WOOL KNIT GLOVES. 11. EILERM AN k CO. fU.I) Street, next door to the Theater, jan23-tf M.\ItTBVn.LR. K.WIIA li A: CO., \EWS M E N AND STA T 10 N E lIS, /) STREET, OJ'I'OSITE THE THEATRE, lIEAI.KKH IN IILANK ROOKS. | STATIONERY, CHEAP PURLICATIONB, SCHOOL BOOKS. PA PEP. HANGINGS, WINDOW SHADES, WILLOW WARE, POCKET CUTLERY Agents for the San Francisco and Sacramento Newspapers. A...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 8 March 1860
MISCELLANEOUS. RACES!! RAGES!!! SPRING MEETING, IN consequence of arrangements having been entered iuto between Mr. Coouibs, owner of ''Aiih--1)111(1." and Col. E. S. Lathrop, owner of "Langford." and the Proprietor of the Marysville Park, to have ftlie Great Four Mile Race come off at the above course, in which vi ill 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 POSTPOX ED from April -3d, to Monday, 7th Day ci' May, When they will positively come off. at the Park under the Rules of the Marysville Jockey Club. FIRST DAV—Monday, May 7th. Purse $l5O. for two year olds, for the following named counties—Yuba, gutter. Butte, Tehama and Colusa, fu this race none will be allowed to run except they are two years old in May. SECOND DAY—Tuesday Muy Bth. Purse SIAO. mile heats, for nil three year olds Colts to be three ...