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Girls' "leu." [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 30 January 1860
Girls' "leu." Shf failjt Appeal. Fallen from grace old names com# down, 4nd dress'd in tatters roam round town; Falling, they've grasp'd and tried to clench At fading beauty in "bad French !'' Magdalen. penitent, oh, what a fate I An Mangle thou must navigate. Agnes, deprieved of ties, a* Aggie, Tiooks like a leg of mutton scraggy. • Nancy, pour girl, is now a Nannie, Frances Haunts all round as Fannie. Mary, sweet name of grace, id Marie ; While Caroline falls down to Carrie. Stately Cordelia walks as Delio. Matilda writes her name tliuc—Tillie. Margaret, "the pearl" of names, is Maggie ; Martha descends to simple Mat tie. Fhoelw, for shortness, we call l'attie; Harriet is better known as llattie. Emily, filth her name is Emmie ; Jane has become an errant Jennie. Elizabeth dances up as a Lizzie, Betsy UP Bessie is as busy. Gertrude, oh, horrors, shines as Tudie. While Julia (black bair'd). beams as Judie. Louisn only known as Lulie, Helen as Nellie wants to foul ye. Kebecca Beckie ...
ahe il.uln Jtppral. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 30 January 1860
ahe il.uln Jtppral. THE GKK.IT UNFORTUNATE. —The Great Eastern, says the Mercury, is the very paragon of ill-luck. She is the type and representative of steamboat misfortune. She had just had her magnificent haloons repaired, refitted, and sumptuously refurnished, after the tremendous explosion, and lo ! a terrific storm visits her mooring ground. Her decks leak ; her seami open ; hgr skylights are dashed in ; her •cabins are dashed with salt water; her grand saloon becomes a fish pond : everything gorgeous, costly, and recherche about her, is once more a wreck ! Her fate ii settled in advance. We shouldn't go to sec in her if she was freighted with diamonds all duty paid, and the jewels consigned lo ourselves. She is a doomed vessel. The Atlantic will be her grave. She will go down to keep company with the Atlantic telegraph ! OFFICIOUS. —Between eight and nine o'clock this morning an elderly man, named John Devitt, while on his way from 'he St. George Hotel to Second street, was s...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 30 January 1860
THE MARYSVILLE DAILY APPEAL, PUBLISHED FCVERY MORNIIFO (SUNI)AV KXCKPTHL") At No. Oi D Street, V P STAIRH, BY G. W. BLOOJt iV- CO. G. W. BIiOOR. G. W. DBRICKSON, W. F. BLOOR. «#» Advertisements inserted on the most reasonable terms. Agency Notlce.—Mr. C. A. CRAM: i 3 our only authorized Agent in .San Francisco to receive advertisements ami subscriptions, receipt lor the same, and to transact business generally, for the ]).ULY APPEAL. Office No. 172 Montgomery street, between Washington and Jackson, opposite the Lyceum, San Francisco.
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 30 January 1860
MISCELLANEOUS. G. ARMSTRONG, UNION SHOE STORE, No. 43 D Street, MARYSYILLE. THE Stock in this establishment, at the present time, is unusually large and varied, and will be constant in replenished and kept full. I shall endeavor, as heretofore, to keep a superior quality of Goods, and I guarantee to sell them as low as goods of the same quality can be bought in the State. To the people of Marysville and surrounding country, who have patronized me so liberally during the last two years, I return my grateful acknowledgments, and I hope, by fair dealing, to retain their confidence and patronage. No. 43 1). St., next door to the office of the California Stage Co. jan23-niy 0. ARMSTRONG. ,ioh\ m. Ti:.v\N.vr, Cor. First st. ami Commercial Alley, WHOLESALE DEALER IS FLOUR, GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES, MIXING IMPLEMENTS, Acc., &amp;e., kc. ALSO, lias constantlv on hand lIARLEY, POTATOES, ONIONS. MEANS, and GROUND FEED; all of which ho will sell at the lowest mar...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 30 January 1860
PROFESSIONAL,. H. S. MESICK, ATTORNEY AT LAW. OFFICE —Corner of High iuul First streets, up stairs, j»n23my M ARYSVILLK, CAL. G. N. SWEZY, ATTORNEY AT LAW, MARYSVILLE, CAL. OFFICE—Corner First and High streets, up stairs, Jan23-my CHAS. O. HUBBARD, ATTORNEY AT LAW, And Notary Public. Ornrrr —58 D Street, MARTSVILLE. jan23. C. K. UK MX«t ATTORNEY AT LAW. OFFlCE —Scholl's Building, (up stairs.) D street, jnn23-my MARTSVILLE. RKARDA.V &amp; SMITH, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, D Street, between Ist and 2d, ja23-my Marysvllle. M. K. MITCHELL, ATTORNEY AT LAW, No. 45 D street, over the California Stage Office, jan23-my MARTSVILLE. F. 1.. HATCH, DISTRICT ATTORNEY. OFFICE —Ov .r Wells, Fargo &amp;• Co.'s, ,ian23-niy MARTSVILLE. CHAS. E. FILKIKS, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. OtTicn—Cor of Hl c 'li street and tho Plnza, over Low l)ro.'B Bank. jan23-my MARTSVILLE. JOHN T. MCCARTY, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. Omct—No. 7G, D. Street, up stairs. ja23-my MARTSVILLE. B. FRANKLIN HOLMS, ...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 30 January 1860
HOTELS, &amp;C, MERCHANTS' HOTEL, Fir«t Street* MarymvUlc, California. The undersigned respectfully inform their 1,1 Mends ami the traveling public: also PHI, those wishing a more permanent Home. lilL that they have leased theahove well-known and popular establishment, and intend keeping it ana FIRST CLASS HOTEL, in every department. By reason of experience, and strict attention to the wants of our guests, we hope to merit and receive a liberal patronage. Bar ami Hill la r«l HOOIIIM first lloor. Office up stair*. House is open all night. jan23-my CHURCHILL &amp; STANTON. United States Hotel, CORNER OF C AND THIRD STREETS, MARYSVILLE STOKES &amp;. SHIELDS .... PROPRIETORS. THE Proprietors would respectfully infirm tli' ir friends and tin? public that they (Pnflllji have recently. at ereat expense, fitted up J j j iX— this NKU HOTEL, in a style unsurpassed by any house in the city, and are now prepared to accommodate all who may desire GOOD LIVING, a well venti...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 30 January 1860
SALOONS. J. H. DOUGHERTY, UNION SALOON, D STREET. ABOVE SECOND MARYSVILLE. HAVING OPENED THIS WELL KNOWN establishment recently, I would inform my friondu and patrons that 1 have on hand a ehoire I k.l I.KitOlts ALES nnd WISH, and nr" well prepared to refresh the inner man with any stylo of beveraee desired. Connected with my Saloon is an Oyster stand, where may be obtained at any hour. OynterN, C'rnbg, Clams, &amp;.C., pit up ill every imaginable style, and warranted to give satisfaction. Horry Dougherty ill always be happy to see his friends / ja'23-my " GKEJM," F. W. GETZLEH, D STREET, OPPOSITE THEATER. Jan23my MERCHANTS' HOTEL SALOON. JOHN IS HAPPY TO ANNOUNCE to his old patrons and the public generally, that he le again at his Old Stand, THE MERCHANTS' HOTEL BAR, where he will continue to pass out the same good old drinks and cigars at 12Jr£ cents. BII.LIARD TABLES alwpys in order. Jan23-my JOHN K. CONKLIN. MAGNOLIA SALOON. or. a*. McZ«irx3ss, D St., %d Door from Ist. j...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 30 January 1860
TBI MARYSVILLE DAILY APPEAL Is delivered by onr Carrier, to Subscriber* la the city, at the very moderate eharge of 25 Cents Per Wcolt, PAHA Hi TO TBI CARRIER. ! We have »' t our trrns, for copies delivered by mail, at the following reasonable rates: j ONE YLAR (inadvance) - 98 00 I SIX MONTHS, 5 00 ' THREE MONTHS, - - 300 I OCR OROVIIXE AGlST.— Thomas Callow, Esq., is our duly authorized agent in Urovilhr. He will furnish the paper to subscribers anil receive and receipt for advertisements for the APPMI in that
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 30 January 1860
OURNEWHKAD. —Wepresent the APPEAL to our readers this morning, bearing a j new head. The engraving was commenced I by B. F. Butler of San Francisco, and I finished by our friend David Harney of the Marysville Foundry. Butler put the j word "Marysville " over the vignette,and | his own name under it. and David " pied " them both with a chisel. The reason for I this was the fact that Marysville was too | " gingerbreadv '' and "Butler "was too prominent. Butler is a good engraver, however, and he and Harney made a very ! neat job of it. Our first number would) have appeared with this head, if it had come in time. ALMOST A CONFLAGRATION. —As our car- 1 rierwas passing the St. Nicholas Hotel, at about half past four o'clock on Saturday j morning, he observed a file of papers lying upon a table in the office, blown into a candle by the wind from an open door. Seeing no one present to extinguish the flames, he went into the room, and having presence of mind enough to shut the door and keep...
Consolidation. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 30 January 1860
Consolidation. Knowing that we should be expected to express an opinion upon the mooted subject of consolidation of the city of, Marvsville with Yuba county, under one ' common government, we have sought and obtained information concerning the relative amount of revenue derived from the i city proper and the other parts of the J county, and the share taken by each section in the expense of supporting the I State and county governments. The lignres show that Marvsville pays much the j largest share of the tax collected in the county, and that she has flot only to disburse a very large annual amount for herself but that the balance of the county is, in a considerable measure, dependent upon her. We will proceed to present some of j the figures, as shown by the books of the j Assessor and Tax Collector. The asse-s--ment of 185 C» shows the value of proper- j tv in Marvsville. to be set down at ;*3,'.'67,- j 777 : that in the mountainous parts of i the county —the mining districts, —to ...
Forbestown In Aslicn t The whole Town l)f»troj fd ! [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 30 January 1860
Forbestown In Aslicn t The whole Town l)f»troj fd ! We are indebted to Mr. Miller, the driver of the Rabbit Creek stage, tor information of the fact that Forbestown. Butte County, was entirely destroyed by fire on the afternoon of Saturday last.— The lire originated from a defective stove pipe in a frame house situated at the upper end of the town. The whole roof of that building was on lire in a very few moments after it had been kindled, and soon ihe whole town, with the exception ofthree fire proof brick buildings, and the National Hotel, was in ashes. Among the brick buildings, saved together with its contents, is that of the Gaskill Brothers, merchants. We have not been furnished with the particulars of the conflagration, but from our knowledge of the town are convinced that the loss must be very great. Forbestown was the oldest standing town in the State. It was founded early in 1850, and has never before been the scene of a fire. We shall try and give our readers the full par...
A Slnle Polire. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 30 January 1860
A Slnle Polire. Wo sec that Assemblyman Crowley, of j this county, has made a move in the j I.egislatnre toward the establishment ot'| a State Police system. If this idea be properly carried out, it is an excellent one. Among its most ardent advocates, are the members of that organization known as the • Yuba Regulators." That body has for its avowed object the suppression of crime, and the punishmontof horse thieves and highwaymen. The outrages that have been committed upon the persons and property of our citizens in the interior have prompted the formation of this vigi- j lance committee —for such it is. and its i members ;.re convinced that its object can ! only be legally attained by a duly oi ?an-! i/.cd and properly empowered St ate Police. The duties of such a body of oili- j cers would be to ferret out, and arrest j stock thieves, and highwaymen, to recapture escaped convict?, and to exercise ! their authority in any and all parts of the State. Such a force, paid a salary com...
[From inir own Correspondent.] Nacrnmeiito torrnpondrnc*. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 30 January 1860
[From inir own Correspondent.] Nacrnmeiito torrnpondrnc*. SACRAMENTO, Jan. 28. 1860. EDITOR APPEAL: —The Judiciary Committee in the Senate, reported to-day in favor of releasing the bondsmen of exTreasurer Bates. The bill to pay Joseph Wnlkup for valuable services in connection with the San Quentin Reformatory Institution, was ordered to be engrossed. The Assembly bill in relation to the indigent sick of Yuba county, was passed by the Senate. A long discussion was had upon State Capitol location. The Senate adjourned after a lengthy discussion, having accomplished nothing in the premises. The objection made to the Assembly resolution, was that but four Senators were to be appointed to act with seven members of the House. It is likely that the Senate will adopt a resolution for a special committee upou the subject, such a resolution was presented to-day. discussed and made special order for February 14th. So we shall have long majority and minority reports paraded before the public, ...
IliislucHH IVottcrxi [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 30 January 1860
IliislucHH IVottcrxi FOR PANAMA. —The steamer Sonora will leave San Francisco for Panama, on the sth of February. PIANOS, MUSIC, fee. —Gray &amp; Ilerwig, No. 163 Clay street, San Francisco, have on hand a large supply of lir-t class pianos and other musical instruments, sheet music, kc. See their advertisement. THL TRANCE MEDIUM. —We are informed thai Miss Munson, the trance medium, will arrive in this city to-day, and that she will deliver a course of lectures upon spiritualism. Miss M. is said to be a young woman of considerable talent. AUCTION SALE. —Hurry Harnett will sell a choice lot of groceries, wines and liquors. on Tuesday morning. Wholesale and retail dealers and others will do well to attend this sale. SLEIGIIRIDIXG.— A party comprising three ladies and as many gentlemen came from Cainptonville to this place on Wednesday. and returned Thursday. They rode a box rigged on bob-sleds, tandem, and drove a brace of mules and a pair of horses. The road for some distanc...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 30 January 1860
Notice to Agents and Subscriber*. It is desirable and important to us. that our agent* and subscribers, when sending their orders for the APPEAL, should state through what medium they wish their papers sent—whether by Mail or Kxpress. and if by Kxpress, which one. Orders are pouring in upon us every day, and we desire to fill them promptly and properly. Will our friends please remember, and attend to the above request.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 30 January 1860
ASSAY OFFICES. MAKYSVILLE I'IOXEKR 11. HARRIS &amp; CO., [Successor to Harris i Man-hand,] K Street. near the corner of Second, MAKYSVILLE. Also—?•'! .1 street. Sacramento, and 1«9 Sacramento street, San Francisco. Will continue to carry on tin- Imriness».f Me It- !&gt;'(?. Krllnlug ami Anna) l"K Gold and Oros, OK EVERY DESCRIPTION. Wl. (il ARANTEE the correctness of our Assays. unit bind ourselves to par the difleiences that may arise with any of the L'! S. Mints. Returns miulo in from ti tu'l2 hours, in IIAKS or COIN. itji'Specimens of Quartz Assayed and valued. Terms ok Assaying—The same as in San Francisco. jon23-iny tl. W. THEALL, 11. IIARHIS A CO. CM AS. A. K KYSIR. ASSAY OFFICE —or— I 1111 LLL tV CO., succrsfion to ji'stfi * iiun'tkk, NO. 10'2. FIRST ST., BETWEEN I) AM) HIGH, Marysville. GOLD AND ORES OF EVEUY DESCRIPTION, t*;#&gt; .1.17) .i.vs.ii'EO At Snn Francisco rut 's, and Keturus made in HAI!S nil I NITER STATES COIN, within six hours. Our Assay...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 30 January 1860
• AUCTION. H. HARYKTT, AUCTIONEER, D. STEET, MARVSVIUE, INFORMS the public ho is ready, at all to attend to the wants of those who wish hi. services for the sale of GROCERIES, DRY GOODS, —AND—jTlercliandiflC &lt;&lt;irnrral|j, REAL ESTATE AT n unc AUCTION on PRIVATE SAL* REFIS ENCES: V. M. RAMIREZ, Cait. PHENIX. FALKNER &amp; BULL, CHAS. COVILLANI. W. H. SAMPSON, And the inhabitant* generally of thoeity. AUCTION KAIjE, OK OHOCERIES AND LIQUORS. H 11A I!NETT. Auctioneer, will sell at p'uMic # auction, on Tuefj'liiy morning. January .il AMiU; at 10 o'clock, at his store,on I) street, h tariff lot of Groceries and Liquors, in large or small packages, Terms cash. AMUSEMENTS. GRAND BALL OF THE AGRICULTURAL, HORTICULTURAL MECHANICS* SOCIETY OK TIIE NORTHERN DIST. CALIFORNIA,, To be given at the FAVILLION in Maryavllle, ST: VALENTIFE'S DAY, Turkday Evening, Pfb. 14tb, 1860. M ANAtJEKS. John 0. Fall, l'.J. Welsh, .l«»hn A. I'axton, James Galloway, Chas. K. DeLong, Th...