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Arrrivali* at the St. Nicholas. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 10 March 1860

Arrrivali* at the St. Nicholas. HICKOK 6l CO. Proprietors. FRIDAY. MARCH 9,1860. j Jus Hodges. Sutter. I>e\Vitt liaise, San Fran. ! F F Johnson, Dogtown. M llurk, Sniartsviile, J H Marple, Oroville. 1* Bruin, " S M Gilliam, Hough & H. T Harty, Mrs L I* ltyam, Timbuc. M Sh»»a. " C Adams Milwaukie. M rushing. Sac. city. J II Crane, X V. I) .1 Dorland, Inskip. W O (Mark, fnksip. E W Hull, city. E Abbytt. Hough & R.

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San Francisco Markets. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 10 March 1860

San Francisco Markets. Reported Exclusively for the Daily Appeal ' SAN FUANCISCO, March 9. WHEAT —Choice, $2. BAULKY —Choice, $2 4.">. CATS —Choice, S2 50. CORN—S2 25. POTATOES—!?I 25: firm. ONlONS —Choice Orogon, S7 50.

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MARYBVILLG MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 10 March 1860

MARYBVILLG MARKETS. REPORTED DAILY BY H. 8. k J. C. RANSOM ! FRIDAY. March 9, 1860. ! FLOOR 4c. lb. WHEAT 2%C '• BARLIY '• OATS 3c CORN 3c " CORNMEAL 4c " POTATOES I%<B 'Jc" ONIONS 6<a,Bc '• BEANS 3@uc •'

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 10 March 1860

RELIGIOUS NOTICE.—The Mount Zion Baptist Association was duly organized on Wednesday evening Ilarch 7th. 18(50, and religious services will he held every Sabbath afternoon at three o'clock, ut the Methodist Episcopal Church, California Alley between Sixth and Seventh. The public are invited to ntteud. Z. COPELAND, Pastor.

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DIED, [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 10 March 1860

DIED, In Attica, on the 28th, Mrs. Mary T. Stanton, aged 54 years. Mrs. Stanton was the wife ofOen. Stanton, one of the earliest settlers of the tow n of Middlebury, and who for many years was a leading man in the affairs of this section of country.— Hintern Xevi Yorker. The deceased lady named above, was the mother of our esteemed friend, Geo. W. Stanton, Esq., of this city.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 10 March 1860

NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. "NOTICE. TIIK undersigned hereby given notice that no more stock will lie received for pasturage at the QUINTAY HANCII thin season. marlO-tf WM CAMERON. iLL <s> AT NELSON'S TRACK, 80IITH HOMl'l'T, On Saturday, March loth, 1800. THERE WILL HK RACING OVER TIIB above Track, commencing with SCKI3II RACKS in the forenoon, to lie followed by an Elffht Hundred Yard Race, to mine off at 1 o'clock oil that ilay, between Tom George's GRAY HORSE and "BIG HEAD," for (200 a side. mar9-2t WANTED —A good girl—American preferred—cau have employment to do the cooking for six persons and washing for three, in n mountain village, at $4O per month and fare paid. Rest of reference given in regard to pay. Apply at STAHL 8 City Intelligence Office. No. 36 l» street, bet. Ist and 2d. ! INK!! INK!!! J CST RECEIVED ANIJ FOR SAI-K -THECelebrated Conner it Field# WRITINFT FLUID RANDAL & CO S. INFORMATION WANTED—OF 1)11. 8. G. HARVEY, formerly of I'lacervill...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 10 March 1860

ASSAY OFFICES. MARYSVILLE PIONEER oe. H. HARRIS & CO., [Suecensor to Harris A Marchand, j K Street, near the corner of Second. MARYSVILLE. Also— l 3 J street. Sacramento, and 10.1 Sacramento street, San Francisco. Will continue to carry on the buriness of Melt. lng> Refining and Aisaylng Or old and Ores, OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. WR GUARANTEE the correctness of oll r Assays, and bind ourselves to pay the differ ences that may arise with any of the U. S. Mints. Return* mud" in from t> to 12 hours, in BARS 01 COIN. 'Specimens of Quartz Awsnyed and valued. TERMS OF ASSAYING —The same an in San Francisco. v jan2.'{-my n. w. THEALL, 11. HARRIS SL CO. CHAB. A. KEYSER. lay Office. THKALL & CO., SUCCESSOR TO JIJSTH St HL'NTER. NO. 102. FIRBT ST., BETWEEN I) AND lIUSII, Marysville. GOLD ANI) ORES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, JJiELTEU .U'» .ISS.IY'EMf At San Francisco rates, and Returns made in lIAItP OR UNITED STATES COIN, within six hour*. Our Assay* are g...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 10 March 1860

AUCTION. H. HARNETT, AUOTIONaujj D. STKKT, MABYBVIUI INFORMS the public he i* ready, „> . to attend to the waut* of tho«e »hn-l 1 ," ; kit vice# for the Hale of '•k GROCERIES, DRY GOOD* —ANI» Merchandise General^ REAL ESTATE .1 T PUBLIC AUCTION 01/ J'lllV.tTt: f KEFRENCBH: KM. RAMIREZ. CAPT. i FALKNER 4 BELL. CIIAB. COVIUi W. 11. SAMPSON, And the inhabitant* generally of (lie eft, K. MKVB»DORKVI| Res|H»ctfolly Inform* bin friend* and th<> pnbllrtt he introduced the Spring Style XX A. T S kjjh On Saturday, Fcbrurf ajn ( WHICH lIAS BEKN AIKipTF.H BY TlfE | HOARD OF TRADE OF SAN FKANCIPCO, W liich lor Ncatijo»*, Finish a lid (luiul'ilitr CANNOT BE EXCELLED, lie liaa also oil hand the Excellent z o r a v !•: stv l e u f 11 at« Already well-known in this city fi.rnnnfnrtumi tut ( onstuntly on hand the largest aM*ortnicnt »f FRENCH AXI) NEW YORK SOFT lIATS. In itll styles. Rhode of color anil quality. Aim,lk LATEST S TYI.K or LADIES' RIDING, YOUTHS' AND IN...

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ihe failS JpPwl- [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 10 March 1860

ihe failS JpP wl - SiVotiTi I>- D.—Polone, a Mexican „' r yesterday,for being bei u v» . , j.. k gI) J disorderly. She was quite iic»l i° her cell lttSi " lght " Shl " Wi " "rob* l )')' not frel s0 " u ' rr - v thi * ra «ruing. fAHE ALAR*. —Something or other rt ed the firemen out again, last eve- '** «nd thev ran like mad up towards Sb«u uulil theJ K ° l ° ul 01 wimi H '" 1 1 then calmly drew their machines home. p c iDoc». We are indebted to Asseinw fflM Smith, of Sutter county for public docna'" 1 "' FdiSU GUILTY.— The Mexicans who j ter t tried before the Recorder, yesterday, for robbing the pack train of Fred King, rt found guilty of the offense, and will hr sentenced this morning. Soque rt tuvm. \SBAILTIN<i a WOMAN. —A man (?) i M mfil Kelley, assaulUd a woman named j Collin, yesterday, and gave himself up to [lie police. Subsequently the woman TIIS arrested and taken to the Station House, charged with being drunk. Wo m* her. with a very pretty little bab...

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TELE GR.tP till. (BY UNION TEIJKIIItAI'II LINE). RIPORTKI) FOR TIU MARTSVILLr IIAILt Al'l'. VL. San Francliro Mew*, [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 10 March 1860

TELE GR.tP till. (BY UNION TEIJKII ItAI'II LINE). RIPORTKI) FOR TIU MARTSVILLr IIAILt Al'l'. VL. San Francliro Mew*, SAN FRANCISCO, Mar. H U. Yesterday noon. Peter Smith, who owns the Nevada ranch in Marin county, in company with another pursou succeeded in arresting Win. Courtney, sent from I Calaveras county to the penitentiary for ! ten years, for rape, and John Howell, from Nevada county, five years, for grand larceny. They were sent back to Stale prison. Edward Sheridan, who was shot by I Whitfield about three weeks ago. died this morning. Whitfield is in jail, awaiting his trial. There were twenty way passengers by the overland »tage this morning, and 11,21H letter> : 10,024 of which were through j letters. Last evening. Kichard Perkins and ; Samuel Marccn got into a difficulty, which resulted in M m en's being stabbed j just under the heart. The wound is se- : rious hut not fatal. Perkins held to bail. This morning, the body of a man was found lying on the beach ne...

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LrgUlallrt. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 10 March 1860

LrgUlallrt. SACRAMENTO, March 9. SENATE. —llcdmaii introduced a bill j making logrolling about the Legislative • balls a niisdeameanor, punishable with a i fine not exceeding 55.000 or iniprison- | ment in the county jail not exceeding six months. State Reform School hill was lost in 1 the Senate by a tie vote. Notice was a i given of a motion to reconsider on toI j morrow. ASSEMIILY.—AN effort was made to reI consider the vote by which Kibbe war bill was passed, but without effect. The Act to provide for the sale of the 10 ill ami HUtli sections of l.md donated to the State by the general government for school purposes, proceeds to go into gen- | eral school fund, was ordered engrossed.

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Klrr near Tfliaina—Lnmi 91110,1100, [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 10 March 1860

Klrr near Tfliaina—Lnmi 91110,1100, TEHAMA, March !». Last night, about 11 o'clock, a fire broke out under the lower floor of the | Tehama flouring mill, opposite Tehama. | and in less than two hours the entire structure, with its contents, was entirely consumed. Loss. $lOO,OOO. The mills were built in lH.lt, were four stories high, with four run ot stones, and was said to be the finest water mill in the State, and was capable of turning out, in twentyhours, 500 barrels of Hour. About 3.000 bushels of wheat were consumed, and about 500 sacks ol Hour and meal. The principal portion of the flour having been stored in a warehouse adjoining, was ' saved. The mills were owned by Messrs. I Knet/.er k Crosby, of Tehama, and were i insured for only $lO,OOO, in the .Ktna Insurance ollice.

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Eieeullou of Jacob K1 )<n. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 10 March 1860

Eieeullou of Jacob K1 )&amp;lt;n. STOCKTON. March 0. To-day, at 10 minutes before 3 o'clock , P. M., Jacob Elyea was hung in the jail i yard. The house-tops, aid every avail- , able point to witness the execution, were i covered with people. During the day, up ! to the time of being taken from his cell, the prisoner engaged most of his time in J prayer. He appeared cheerful, and con- ! versed with those about him. He claimed i that he was innocent. He shook hands : with a number, bid them good-bye, and thanked the officers for their many kind . j acts while their prisoner, lie put on his ■ black gown as calmly as if putting on his 1 coat, exhibiting no emotion. Ilenscendcd the gallows firmly, showing no fear. , Turning to those around the scaffold ! he hade them all farewell, declaring he , i was innocent of the crime for which he , suffered. He declared his life was lost by . j the evidence of the Turk, that he knew , nothing of the death of McQuade until he awoke the next morn...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 10 March 1860

BANKERS. REYNOLDS BROS. BACKERS, So. 144, Tliird Slml, Marynvllle, ITKCiI VSK ' 1 GOLD BIRD OD UOLD DI'ST, At tnarkwt rates, mukv advances ou &amp;lt;•• »lil Dust coiMijfued to the t*. S. Mint fur coinage*. Ai SELL EASTERN EXCHAGE In miuiis to unit, at current rates. DRAW CIIKCKg AT PAR ON SAN FRANCISCO AND SACRAMENTO. Ship Tretnuin* to Now York on the most favorable ( terms, covered by Insurance in the best London ; Companies, Attend to COLLECTIONS, and transact a General Hanking lmsin« &amp;lt;s. (il ICKMILVER Ageucy Gaudalupe Mines, Santa Clara. • A large supply constantly ou hand, aud for sale at San Krancisco Agent** rates. ianJ:t-inv REYNOLDS BROS. J. H. 11. JKWKTT, J. A. PiXTON. DECKER, JEWETT &amp;amp; I'IXM. MARVBVIU.E. Banking Hour* from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. ADVA NC KS ON GOLD DUST roil ASM AT AT L'. 8. MINT.) CHKCKS AT PAR ON PARROTT &amp;amp; CO., MX rRASCIWO. B. P. H 4STISOS * CO., SIC RAMF.NTO. OfR SlliIIT AXD TIMK DIUFTB ON AMERICAN EXCHANGE BANK," NKW YOR...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 10 March 1860

BOOKS, &amp;amp;C. BOOKS! BOOKS!! BOOKS!!! STATION UH V , M V SIC! FAN CY A KTI (' I. ES! k c.. Ar. A r rH E MUSIC STOKE! ttUSTAVE Al¥, Respectfully «*j»l Ik the attention of hisold friends and patron* mid the public iu general to hit NKW 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 1 VERTU WRITING MATERIALS. ETC.. ETC. All of which ho offers for sale at the most favorable rates. This is the largest and best selected stock of j the kind nortli ot Sail 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. He in iu constant receipt of all the choicest Magazines, Periodicals and Papers, the latest sheet Music, and new books of every kind at W 110 L E SALE AND RETAIL. Tile attention of INTERIOR MERCHANT? is solicit.»d to his very complete stock, ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 10 March 1860

CLOTHING. CHEAP CLOTHING H. EILERMAIV A. CO., MERCHANT TAILORS Fashionable Clothier*, Are now wiling their large stock of WINTEH CLOTHINO AT IHPORTKD COST, JTo inake room for a large *t*»ck of NPIM.I'F. c LOTIII.VV, About to nrrivefrom New York. Cloths, Cassimeres and Vestings, MADE UP TO ORDER I N A P R K M IU M s T V L Fl, AT THK I,OWi;ST CASH I'RICKS Gentlemen pretering having their SPRING AND SUMMER CLOTHING Made to order in New York, can do so by leaving their order lit H. EILER9IAS &amp;amp;, CO.'S. N. extra charge made for garments so ordered, and returnable in Hixtv days. JUST RECEIVED. A LARGE IXVOICE OF IXDIAX TAX AXI) WOOL KNIT GLOVES. It. ETLEIIMAN k CO. 64. D Street, next door to the Theater, i jan'i'S-tf MARYSVULE. WAGON AND CARRIAGE MANUFACTORY. FAMILY CARRIAGES, BIGGIES, EXPRESS, FREIGHT. FAR M, And all other kinds of WAGONS built and finished to order. TIIE undersigned is prepared to make nil the til &amp;gt;ve descriptions of vehicles, in a manner ! suited ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 10 March 1860

MISCELLANEOUS. RACKS!! RACES!!! fiL *itysfec MARYSVILLE PARK SPRINU MEETING. 1860. IN consequence ol arrangements having been entered into U'twwn Mr. Coombs. owner of ''Ashl .nd.'* and Col. E. S. owner of "Langford." and the Proprietor of the Marysville Turk, to have the Great Four Mile Race come off at the above course, in which will he entered the celebrated horses above named, and in order to give sufficient time for the stock from n distance to he brought upon the ground, which will comprise the finest in the country, the day for the races has been POSTPONED from April £&amp;gt;d. to .Holiday, 7tli Day of May, When they will positively come off, at the Park under the Kules of the Marysville Jockey t luh' FIRST DAY —Jloudny, May 7th. Purse $lOO. for two year olds, for the following named counties—Yuba. Gutter, but . Tehama and ' Colusa. In this race none will be allowed to run | except they arc two years old in May. | SECOND DAY—Tuesday May Bth. Purse $l5O, mile heats, for al...

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Jackson In Boyhood. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 10 March 1860

Jackson In Boyhood. Ihf fails Appeal. The following incident of the boyhood of Ctenersl Jackson, is copied from" Parton's Life ol Jackson. It occurred during the partisan war in the Waxhaws : In that fierce Scotch-Indian warfare the absence of a father from home was often a better protection to his family than his presence ; because his presence invited attack. The main object ot both parties was to kill the lighting men, and to avenge the slaying of partisans. This house of the quiet hero Hicks, for example, was safe until it was noised about among the tories that Hicks was at home. And thus it came to pass that when a whig soldier of any note desired to spend a night with his family, his neighbors ! were accustomed to turn out and serve as a guard to his house while he slept. Behold Hubert and Andrew Jackson, with six others, thus employed one night in (he spring of 1781, at the domicil of a neighbor, Cupt. Sauds. The guard on this occasion was more a friendly tribute to a partisa...

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