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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 9 March 1860

THE TRAIN ROBBERS. —The Greasers arrested for robbing Fred King's pack train, were granted a postponement of their trial until this morning in the Recorder's court. FINED. —The man Thistle, who was arrested the other day for shooting at divers and sundry persons, was fined §5O, yesterday. Got off very cheap. SPORTING —The spring races are to commence over the Tehama course, on May 14th, and continue three days. The purses are small, however. BACHELOR'S CLUB. —There is a club of Bachelors in Santa Cruz. One of their rules is, that when one of them commits matrimony, he is to be announced as dead, in the newspapers. Well, those Bachelors do need a club, that's a fact. LIBRARY AT RED BLUFF —-A Library Asssociation has been organized at Red Bluff. They have about 200 volumes to start with and will make additions as the Association increases in the number of its members. This speaks volumes for the Red Bluffers. CHINAMAN MURDERED. —We are informed by a man just from San Juan, that a disp...

Publication Title: Marysville Daily Appeal
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Where are the Candidate* » [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 9 March 1860

Where are the Candidate* » To our inquiry made some time since, "have we no patriots among us?" we soon received two very timid, feeble affirmative responses, from private gentlemen, who had never been set upas political targets. But one or two days reflection and mental agonizing over the matter, couvinced those gentlemen that patriotism, like charity, should begin at home ; and they suffered it to commence in that way, and they have now determined, if we may judge by their silence and apparent unconcern in the affairs of the city, to do their endeavors to keep intact the integrity of their country by remaining in respectable privacy. What a wondrous change has come over the conduct of this aspiring young city. No longer ago than last spring, the contending sky-rockets and squibs and fire crackers of party, the friendly brotherhood of bummers, and even the conservative men who never before besmeared their fingers in the filthy pool of politics, were all aroused to the momentous eve...

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Sacramento Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 9 March 1860

Sacramento Correspondence. [From our own Corre«poud«nt.] SACRAMENTO, March 7, 1860. EDITOR APPEAL :— Our crowd may now celebrate. The Bachelor's Homestead bill has passed the Assembly 1 Yesterday, you know, it was defeated. To-day the vote was reconsidered, and some of the Benedicks, remembering, perhaps, the days when they were free from entangling alliances, relented and voted for the bill. This is a great triumph for Senator Anderson, as the measure has been his hobby for a long time. It had already passed the Senate, and if Governor Downey is kind, it will become a law. The Assembly passed the bill to appropriate ¥5.000 to the Ladies' Protection Society of San Francisco. The Senate was ungullant enough to vote down the bill to appropriate $lO,OOO to the Ladies' Seamen's Friend Society of San Francisco. Several Senators said $lO,OOO was cutting it rather fat, and expressed a willingness to vote §5,000; but the friends of the bill hung on for $lO,OOO, and lost all. Notice was give...

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San Franrisco Markets. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 9 March 1860

San Franrisco Markets. Reported Exclusively fur the Daily Appeal. SAN FKANCISCO. March 8. WHEAT— Choice, 2c. BARLEY—S2 15. Tendency upward. POTATOES— SI 25; firm.

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MARYSVIX.I.E MARKKTS. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 9 March 1860

MARYSVIX.I.E MARKKTS. REPORTED DAII.Y BY H. S. K J. T. H ANSOM THIKSDAT. March 8, ISIIO. Flora 4c. Tf> lb. WHEAT 2J,jc '• BARLEY « OATS 3c " Cons 3c •' COIINMEAL 4c " POTATOES I%<GI2C-' ONIOSB 6<»,Bc " BKANS 3<giac "

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Arrrlvals at the St. Nicholas. HICKOK 4k> CO Proprietors. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 9 March 1860

Arrrlvals at the St. Nicholas. HICKOK 4k> CO Proprietors. THURSDAY. MARCH 8, 1860. O W Hatbevav, B. Fliver.W Joncn. do II Waterman and lady. K Murphy, do L Allen, F. Corrall. S Parker," do Mrs King and daughters. H M Kogers. Peer Creek. .1 Logan. Sac. city. D Onion, Auburn, Kobert McCune, do J Youug, Snn Fran. M Keller and daughter. G Norman, do J Riley, Butte. II Kirkniun, States. J M Smith, San Fran ,T O'Brien, Smartsville. J Vineyard. Butte. P Keenun. do H O Weston. La Porto. O Blitz. Sac city. E Dorlty, Sun Fran. J C McCorinick", city. T Allen, do

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 9 March 1860

NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. AT NELSON'S TRACK, SOUTH HOHCVT, On Saturday, March 10th, 1860. THERE WILL BK RACING OVER THK above Track, commencing with SCRUB HACKS iu the forenoon, to tie followed by un Eight Hundred Vard Race, to come off«t 1 o'clock on that day, Iwtween Torn (Jpnrge's GRAY HORSE and "810 HEAD," for s2ooa mdo. nuMt WANTED— A good girl—American prefer-red—o-an have employment to do the cooking for BIX persons nnd washing for three, in a mountain village, at $4O per month and fare puid. Beat of reference given in regard to pay. Apply at STAML'S City Intelligence Office, No. 30 D street, bet. Ist and 2d. XUSNS: !!! JUST RECEIVED ANIi frOJl SALK -THKCrtebrated Conger if ftetds* WRITII\4» fiidlll —ANDINKS. A» RANDAL CO S, leb29-tf

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 9 March 1860

ASSAY OFFICES. MARYSVILLK PIONEER H. HARRIS & CO., [Successor to Harris ft Marchand,] K Street, near the corner of Second, MARYSVILLK. Also—T3 J street. Sacramento. and 105 Sacramento street. Sim Francisco. | Will continue to carry on tlie buriness of Melt* Ing, Refining nml Assaying G-old and Ores, OK EVERY DESCRIPTION. WE GUARANTEE the correctness of our Assays. ami biml ourselves to pay the difference* that may arise with any of the U. S. Mints. Returns made in from i> to 12 hours, in BARS or COIN. *jr-Spocimenß of Quartz Assayed and valued. | TEHMS OP ASSAYIMIJ—The same M iu San Francisco. Janiß-my H. HARRIS & CO. R. W. THEAL!., CHAS. A. KKTBER. »ay Office. THEALL & CO., SL'COKSSOR TO JIISTN K HI.'NTKR, NO. 102, FIRST ST.. BETWEEN ft AND HIGH, I Marysville. GOLD AND ORES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, JfIELTEO itJi'n .tss.l l'Elt At San Francisco rates, and Returns made in RAItS Oil UNITED STATES COIN, within six hours. Our Assays are guaran...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 9 March 1860

AUCTION. H. HARNETT, AUOTIONBBjj D. STRICT, MAKYSVILLE, INFORMS the public ho in ready, at al . to attend to the waotH of those who Servian for the sale of ° GROCKRIEH) DRY GOODI —AND— ' merchandise Generally, REAL ESTATE T 1•I BLIC A UCTION OR I'HH'A T£ IS EFKENCES: F. M. I! A MIREZ, Capt. PIXMv FALKNKR It BELL, fII Atf. COVILLi W. H. SAMPSON. U Aud the inhabitants generally of thecitj L K. NEVNDORrFIi Respectfully inform* his friends and the pnblicit* he introduced the Bprinc Style Par XX ATB-«( On Saturday, February *sth, WHICH HAS BERN ADOPTED BT THK | BOARD OF TRADE OF SAN FRANCISCO, ; Wtiiuh for Neatness, Finish nud durability CANNOT HK EXCELLED, lie lion also on hand the Excellent zor AVE STYLE OF HATS, Already wvll-kuown in this city for comfort ami Urn —A I,SO— Constantly on hand (he largest assortment FRENCH AND NEW YORK SOFT 11AT8, lu nil Styles, shade of color and iiuality. Aim. ft LATHST STYLE Of LADIES' RIDING, YOUTHS' AND INFANTS' Hats and Caps. &c., &...

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[BT ONION TELEGRAPH LINE]. TID FOB TUB MARTSVIIXI DAILT APF*AL. |tf FrancUco R«wi, arrival OF THE OVEHLANX> MAIL. dll.tel to the IfltH—Euro-M-1 Doinentic and Mexican Newi **w'. *«• [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 9 March 1860

[BT ONION TELEGRAPH LINE]. TID FOB TUB MARTSVIIXI DAILT APF*AL. | tf FrancUco R«wi, arrival OF THE O VEHLANX> MAIL. dl l.tel to the IfltH—EuroM- 1 Doinentic and Mexican Newi **w'. *«• lie §m&n*& SAN FRANCISCO, March 8. The overland mail with dates from St. • w i6th February, arrived at Fresno L "h>if p* sl one °' c,ock this inornin e"sr Locw, Feb. 10th.—We have several jfriviU fro® Europe, with six days later bre » c h between Rome and Fntnce • widening, and England and France determined that Italy shall not be enslaved. The question of annexation of Savoy to France is daily becoming more serious. The markets, foreign and domestic, possert 00 marked change, although there had been some fluctuations in the money markets of Paris and London. Vet» Cruz dates to 10th February, rereived by the schooner Star at New Orleans. yesterday, state that Miramon had left the City of Mexico on the Bth for fere Cruz, with 5,000 men. The advance was repor...

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Legislative. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 9 March 1860

Legislative. SACRAMENTO, March 8. I'he Bensly Water Company bill was passed almost unanimously. The Judiciary committee having reported that not j a particle ol evidence showing any cor- ' ruption on the part of the Board of Su- | pervisors ut Han Francisco in securing j the passage of the ordinance in that body | Resolution authorizing the Bulkhead J committee to visit San Francisco for the purpose of investigating the subject, was defeated. The Assembly passed the bill to amend ! the city charter of Marysville.

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Council Proceeding*. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 9 March 1860

Council Proceeding*. SPECIAL MEETING. THURSDAY, Mar, Bth. Present—'Alderman Jewett, Otis, Love, | Mann, Welch, George, Elison, Davis, President Fowler mid His Honor the Mayor. Aid. George introduced the following j resolution, that J. P. Kirwan he paid $2O for work on public sewer. Adopted. Aid. Love called for report from committee on amendment to city charter. Aid. Otis retired to report. Prest. Fowler introduced a resolution authorizing the Cemetery Committee to ljuvc repairs made on Cemetery, the same to be paid for out of the Cemetery fund. Amended anil adopted. Resolution by Aid. Mann, that the Committee on Public Buildings and grounds, he authorized to sell grass on the Square—Cortez. Resolution died a natural death. Aid. Love moved that sealed proposals be advertised for, for the sale of grass. Oh I Timothy ! Resolution by Aid. Maun, that Mr. Booth be employed to cast a hydrant to be placed on the corner of E and First streets. At this juncture, considerable fluidity was eje...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 9 March 1860

BANKERS. REYNOLDS BROS. BANKERS, No. 14SI, Third Street, Mary«-rllle, PURCHASE GOLD BARS AND GOLD DUST, At best nmrkut rates, make advances 011 Gold Dust consigned to the U. S. Mint for coinage. 49-BELL EASTERN' EXCHAGE'&» Tn 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 London Companies. Attend to COLLECTIONS, and transact a General Banking business. QI'ICKSILVER. Agency Gaudului>e Mines, Santa Clara. A large supply constantly on hand, and for sale at Still Francisco Agents' rates. Jau23-my REYNOLDS BROS. P. DECKER, J. H. H. JKWKTT, J. K. PAXTON. OECKEK, JEWETT PAXTOX, BANKERS, MARYSVILLE. Banking Hours from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. ADVANCES ON GOZIB DUST EOR ASSAI AT U. S. MINT.) CHECKS AT FAR ON PARROTT & CO., SAN FRANCIBtt». B. F. HASTINGS Sl CO., SACK AMEN 10. OUR HIGH! ANI) TIMK DRAFT S ON. AMERICAN EXCHANGE BANK,* NEW YORK. A...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 9 March 1860

BOOKS, AC. BOOKS! BOOKS!! B00KS!1! STATIONERY, MUSICI FANCY ARTICLBBI Ac., tc. iHUiUSIcI AT THE llle tools. MUSIC STORE! ftUSTAVE AMY, Respectfully attention of his old friend* 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 sale at the most favorable j rates. This is the largest and liest selected stock of i 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— j I BANCROFT'S CALIFORNIA LAWYER AND FORM BOOK. He is in constant receipt of all the choicest Magttlines. Periodicals aud Papers, tho latest sheet Music, and new books of every kind at WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. • The attentiou of INTERIOR MERCHANTS is soil- i cit»d to his very complete stock, which will b...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 9 March 1860

CLOTHING. CHEAP I3ST H. & CO. MERCHANT TAILORS -AND Fashionable Clothiers, Are now nulling tlieir Urge aliick of WINTER CLOTHING AT IMFORTKD COST, |To make room for A tftock of SPRIA' G V LOTHI.M, About to arrive from New York. Cloths, Cassimeres and Vestings, MA VE UP TO ONDEU I N A PItEM I U M STV 1. F.. AT THE LOWEST CASH PRICES. Gentlemen prefering having their ! SPRING AND SUMMER CLOTHING | Made to ord«r in New York, can do HO by leaving their order ot H. KIL.KRMAN * CO,'B. N» extra charge made for garments MO ordered. and returnable in sixty day". j JUST RECEIVED, A LARGE INVOICE OF I I INDIAN TAX ANO WOOL KNIT CLOVES. Jan23-tf 11. EILERMAN ti 00. 04,1) Street, noxt door to the Theater, f MAHTSYILI.F.. WAGON AND CARRIAGE MANUrACTORY. FAMILY CARRIAGES, BI'GOIES. EXPRESS. FREIGHT. FARM, And all other kind* of WAGONS built ami fcnished ( to order. TIIE underHlgnt-d is prepare! tu make all the above description! of vehicle#, in a manner suited to .he climate and Roads ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 9 March 1860

MISCELLANEOUS. RACES!! RACES!!! iff 1 I "'it 1 . MARYSVILLE PARK BPRIHO MEETING. 1860. IS consequence of arrangements having been entered imo between Mr. Coomb*, uwner of ' Ashland," and Col. i.. a. Laihrop, owner of "Laugfbrd." and the Proprietor of th° Marys ville p»rk. to liar* 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 for ihf stock from a distance to be brought upon the ground, which will comprise the fineet in the country, the diiy for the lIICII ha* been POSTPONED fron, April iEld. to Monday, ?tl> Day «r may, When they will positively come off, at the Park under the llules of the Mnrysvillo Jockey Club. FIRST DAY—Monday, May 7th. Purse $l6O, for two year olds, for the following nnmed counties—Yuba. Sutter, Butte, Tehama ana Colusa. In thin race none will b« allowed to run except they are two yei.rs old in May. SECOND DAY—Tuesday May Bth. Turn* $l5O, mile hea...

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A Slow Steamboat. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 9 March 1860

A Slow Steamboat. ®hc ftoilg Some time during the year 18— th«re was a steamboat coming up tlie .Missis- t sippi on a dark night, and the captain, according to time-honored usuage, was playing cards in the social hall. The mate stepped in. "Captain, out of wood ; not enough left to make the water hot enough to shave with." "Ring the bell," replied the captain. " Show a light, and scare some up along I the shore." The mate went out ; and the captain went on with the game. In a few moments the mate returned : " Found a yard, sir." The captain left the table, and went out. " How do you sell your wood ?'' shouted 1 the captain to the people at the yard. " Two and a half." "Too much," said the captain. "How- ! ever, I'll take a cord or two, and look farther." A couple of cords were taken, the game : resumed in the social hall, and the boat went on. A half hour elapsed, when the mate j again appeared : " Out of wood, sir." " Bell and light—niv deal." The orders were obeyed, and the male j...

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