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Our Amended Charter. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 12 March 1860
Our Amended Charter. Our charter has been amended by act of the two branches ot the Legislature. It now requires but the signature of the Executive to make it the organic law of i the city As it stands now, as a w hole, it is generally preferable to its old form j and provisions. The extension of the terms of the various offices, we regard as j an improvement upon the old plan, but we should have preferred seeing a system of election of Aldermen adopted similar to that which governs the election of Supervisors—we mean, a plan by which a majority of the Board is retained every year, t Were it managed so that one Alderman I from each ward could bechosennnnually, making the terms of those holding longest, three years, there would always be a majority of the Council old members, familiar with business, and hence better I qualified to expedite and direct it. The J reduction in the number of the Police force and the abolition of the office of Captain of Police, we conceive to be a very pr...
Arrrlval* at the St« Nicholas. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 12 March 1860
Arrrlval* at the St« Nicholas. HICKOK St. CO Proprietors. SCXUAY, MARCH 11,1860. Jim Onrolan and lad.v. I* II Shea, " J R Huntsman. Sac. city, .1 Fngfrty, J M Fmilkne-, Oroville. .1 llall. " (I Millerand lady. Frank Smith. .Sue City. .1 Redman. Tlmbtlc. Minn Green, Dofftnwu. .1 Richards. " Mrs Tliaver. " H Tilden, Washoe. Mrs Gluff. Oroville. R Yocum. Devil's Gate. Lewis Smith. Sar.city. J M Oldlmm, Nevada. 1( K Hamlin. Yreka. A Robins. San Fran.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 12 March 1860
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. "The I'nlon Mmt and Shall be Prenerved."—Although the Fanatic* of tho North and tho Fire-eaters of the .South have determined to dissolve the Union, I* BOWMAN CO* are still more firmly determined to prevent it by gelling the very finest of HAVANA CIGARS at 1-fc cents each; and finally, for the benefit ! of the "dear people/' they will sell FOUR CIGARS FOR TWENTY-FIVK CENTS. marl2-my A| Attention Marysville Rifles. 4 Attend your regular drill and monthly It meeting this (MONDAY,) March 12th. at 7 li o'clock at the Pavillion. A full attendance is requested. By order. B. EILEIIMAN, 0. S. WANTED —By a well recommended young man. n situation as nurseryman or gardner, which business he is so thoroughly acquainted with that he can give entire satisfaction to the one who employs him. Apply immediately at BTAIII/S City Intelligence Office, No. JW I» street, bet. Ist and -d. A LI, kind of help furnished—the verv best—at STAHL'S City Intelligence Oflire. No. 30 I) street, b...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 12 March 1860
ASSAY OFFICES. MARYSVILLK PIONEER H. HARRIS A CO., [Successor to Harris A Marehand,] B Street, near the corner of Second, MAIIYSVILLE. Also—T3 J street. Sacramento, and 105 Sacramento street. San Francisco, i Will continue to carry on the burlness of Melt* lug, Rtflnlitg and Amtaylng Gold and Ores, OF EVERY DESCRIPTION". WK GUARANTEE the correctness of our AHsays, and bind ourselves to pay the differences that may arise with any of the U. S. Mints. Returns nuulo in from 6to 12 hours, in HA US or COIN. Specimens of Quartz Assayed and valued. Terms of Assaying—The same as in San FrnnI cisco. jan23-mv H. HARRIS A CO. H. w. THE AIX, CHAB. A. KEYSER. say Office. THEAL li A CO, SUCCESSOR TO JtSTII k Ht'NTER. NO. 102, FIRST ST., BETWEEN I) AND HIGH, Marysville. GOLD AND ORES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, MELTED JiJTD .ISS.It'Vn At San Francisco rates, anil Returns made in BARS OR UNITED STATES COIN, within six hours. Our Assays are guaranteed, and Barn discounted at the lowest rates. Na2.'Mf SPRIN...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 12 March 1860
AUCTION. H. BARIETT^ AUOTIOirjj D. STEET, MARYBVI|, Le INFORMS the public he i» read- . to tittuixl to tilt' wantH of tlio«i'.i Murvices for the sale of *'"&gt; *»» ghockrie» ; drv GOOD*, Merchandise C.ienera||j REAL ESTATE A T PUBLIC AUCTION OR I'KIVATt U EFRKNCKB: Y. M. HAMIRKJS. Capt PIW, PALKNEIt &amp; BKI.L, CUAB COT? W. H.SAMPSON, ° T| 1&gt;1...1U A _ . ' !
■.er»»«nto Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 12 March 1860
■.er»»« nto Correspondence. Nt fails fW'fj- - ' tifrom our own Correipondent.] SACRAMENTO, March 10, 1800. EDITOR APPKAL : The Thompson- ' an claim for diplomatic services renf°r ° our young State at Washington in J " e 6 has "taken another hitch towards 180 1 ent The steps of the ambassadoir towards the strong box in the j alteTreasurcr's office, are firm though The Senate Committee on Claims, wWi f e P orteil favorabl y U P°" thebill Tbe joint Committee on State Prison Hers have made a report in which k" advise a settlement with McCauley, Ibe State Prison lessee, by paying him |250,000. This, it is said, is near $150,000 less than the legal claim held by him jnst the State. The time during which ffeller reigned in the institution referred to saved the State nothing, as McCauley vers thftt he "ever held himself in readiness to fulfil l»' s contract" from the time it was assigned to him by Estill. The exGovcriior perhaps meant well enough, but he made ft terrible mistake, for a lawy...
Solid Gold Ledge Dtucoveied &t. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 12 March 1860
Solid Gold Ledge Dtucoveied &amp;t. YREKA, March. 11. Geo Ish and three others, concerned in the Ish Co., claim at Jacksonville, arrived in Yreka, last night, en route for the Atlantic States. A ledge of almost solid gold has been found some '2O feet below the surface. Thos. Carandugh was offered §BO,OOO for his one fifth interest in the lead, but refused, saying : " The wealth of the Rothchilds would not tempt him." General. J. K. Lumerick is on his way to the States, to attend the Charleston Convention. The Sentence of George W. Boweu has been commuted to imprisonment for life by the Governor of Oregon. Weather fine. A SOUL-DIER. —In speaking of the approaching celebration ofSt. Patrick's Day in Forest Ilill. The editor of the Courier says: We have marched beside Irishmen over the burning sands of Mexico, and fought beside them on the bloody fields of Monterey and Buena Vista, and know them to be good and reliable soldiers in time of battle, as well as devoted friends and ...
I ►' -LL— J The New Preibyterlan Clinrch. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 12 March 1860
I ►' -LL— J The New Preibyterlan Clinrch. EDITOR APPEAL: —The dark painting on the new church, Marysville, occurred by mistake, in the absence of the architect. It was intended to be otherwise. The architect's plans were accepted, after a public competition in which the citizens of Marysville "and ail the world beside," participated. Ilis charge (although he once came from Sacramento and San Andreas also) is that usually charged by architects; and by his close attention to the interests of his employers, he has earned his money. The views of your subscriber on the Jersey freestone, are sound, but not original. Condemnatory criticism in architecture is summed up in "ginger-bread"' by those who don't know what they don't know. If ''One of your Subscribers" really does mean "ginger-bread," as he positively and solemnly asserts and asseverates, what is the "ginger-bread" upon the new Presbyterian church? (speaking advisedly and meaningly.) Pray, sir, put it in bigger letters and enclose...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 12 March 1860
BANKERS. REYNOLDS BROS. bankers, No. 14:4, Third Street, Mary*villi-, PI KCHASK GOLD BARM AND GOLD DUST, At best markut rates. make advances on Gold Dust consigned tq thii U. S. Mint for coinage. ««-SELL EASTERS EXCHAOE In 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. AttWid to COLLECTIONS, anil transact a General Ranking business. QUICKSILVER. Agency Gaudalupe Mines, Santa Clara. A large supply constantly on hand, and for sale at San Francisco Agents' rates. jan'23-my REYNOLDS BROS. P. DECKER, J. H. N. JEWETT, J. A. PAXTON. DECKER, JEWETT &amp; PAXTOX, MARYSVILLE. Banking Hoars from 9 a.m. to * p.m. ADVANCES ON UflT FOR A SKAT AT U. S. MINT.; CHECKS AT PAR ON PARROTT &amp; CO., SAN FRANCISCO. B. F. HASTINGS &amp; CO. SACRAMENTO. OUR SIGHT AND TIME DRAFTS ON AMERICAN EXCHANGE BANK, NEW YORK. Available in the principal...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 12 March 1860
BOOKS, AC. BOOKS! BOOKS!! BOOKS!!! STATION i;RY, MUSIC! FA NCV ARTICLES! 4c.. Ac. Iniwmusicl AT the MUSIC STORE! WUSTA.VE AMY, 7 Respectfully calls the attention of hiHold friends and patrons and the- public iu general to hi* 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 sain at the mont favorable rates. This is the largest and best selected stock of the kind north ot San Francisco, and is scarcely equaled in the State. He also has ou 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 books of every kind at WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. The attention of INTERIOR MERCHANTS Is solicited to his very complete stock, which will be sold at KEDCCED PR...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 12 March 1860
CLOTHING. CHEAP H. EILERMAN &amp;, CO. MERCHANT TAILORS Fashionable Clothiers, Aro UON% HELLING their LARGO stock of WINTER CLOTHING AT IM PORTICO COST, JTo make room fur H large stuck of SftliA'G CL O THMJh'Cr, About to arrive from New York. Cloths, Cassimeres and Vestings, MADE UP TO OKDEH IN A PREMIUM STYLE, AT THE LOWEST CASH PRICES. Gentlemen pretering having their SPRING AND SUMMER CLOTHINQ Made to order in New York, can do so by leaving their order at H. KILKRMAN di CO.'S. No extra charge made for garments so ordered, and returnable in sixty day*. JUST RECEIVED, A LARGE INVOICE OF INDIAN TAN AND WOOL KNIT GLOVES. H. El LEHMAN A CO. K4, D Street, next door to the Theater, jun23-tf MAKISVILLE. WAGON AND CARRIAGE j MANUFACTORT. I FAMILY CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, EXPRESS, FREIGHT. FARM. i And all other kinds of WAGONS built uud liniahed to order. TI(E undersigned is prepared to inuke all the ill ave descriptions of vehicles, in a manner suited to :he climate anil Roads of Calif...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 12 March 1860
MISCELLANEOUS. RACES!! RACES!!? IB 1 unuLMARYS VILLE PARK SPRING MEETINB, 18QO. IN consequence of arrangements having been filtered into between Mr. Coomb*, owner of "Alhlaud," and Col. K. 8. Latinop, owner of "Langford " and the Proprietor of the Marysville Park, to have the Great Four Mile Race come off at th« above course, in which will be entered the celebrated horses above named, and in order to give sufficient time for the stock frnm a distance to be brought upon the ground, which will comprise the finest In the country, the day for the races has been POSTPONED from April 23d, to ]Uon&lt;lay, 7th Day oi* May) When they will positively come off, at the Park under the Kules of the Marysville Jockey Club. FIRST DAY—Monday, May 7th. Purse fl6o. for two year olds, for the followia* named counties—-Yuba, Sutter, Butte. Tehama ana Colusa, lu this race none will be allowed to ran except they are two years old in May. SECOND DAY—Tucsdiiy May Bth. Purse $l5O. mile heats, for rll...
Some Husband* Do 80. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 12 March 1860
Some Husband* Do 80. ®be &lt;8 a tin appeal. How ? The habits of husbands, with regard to the treatment of their wives, are do Various that the question can only be answered by individual specimens of each mode. Some husbands never leave home in the morning without kissing their wives Rnd bidding them "good bye, dear," in the tone of unwearied love ; and whether it be policy or fact, it has all the effect of fact, and those homes are generally pleasant ones, provided always that the wives are appreciative and welcome the discipline in a kindly spirit. We know an old gentleman who lived with his wife for over fifty years, and never left his home without the kiss and the "good-by dear." Some husbands shake hands with their wives and hurry off as fast as possible, as though the effect were something that they were anxious to forget, holding their heads down and darting round the first corner. Some husbands say, only, "Well, wife, I am going," and start at the word ''Go," which ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 12 March 1860
MISCELLANEOUS. Stage Departure*. STAGE? leave the office of the Oaliiornki Stage Company. No. 4ft I) street, every morning, for I Tehama, Ked Bluffs, Shasta, Weaverville, Yrekaand ' Jacksonville. 0» T., at o'clock every morning. For Oroville, Pence's Ranch. Dog Town, Bidwell j Bar and American Valley, at oo'clock. Every evening at 2 o'clock for Oroville. i Every eveniug for Tlmbuctoo, Rough and Ready, Green Valley, Nevada and Orleans Flat at 0 o'clock. Every morning for Empire Ranch. Mooney Flat, French Corral 1, San J nan, Camptonville and Forest City at fi o'clock. Every morning for Oregon House. Keystone Runsli, New York Hounc, Strawberry Valley; I*u Porte, St. L&lt;mis and Gibsonville at 6 o'clock. Every evening for Zuhrishe's, Dry Crock, Long liar, and Parks' Bar at \)A o'clock. Every other morning for Johnson's Ranch. Virginia. Gold Hill. Ophir and Auburn, at t&gt; o'clock. Every other morning for Se wall's Ranch, Bangor, Hansonville. Brownsville and Forbwtown ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 12 March 1860
I NURSERY. TRICKS t TREKS 11 TREES!!! i Tho undersigned IS now Helling off tho Entire Stock, at tho ! ■*— very lowest rates to clone the uurssry busiI ness.My stock consints of I APPLE, PEAK, PLUM. CHERRY. PEACH, APRICOT, NECTARINE, nnil ALMOND, together with Raspberrv, Currant. Gooseberry, and Lawton Blackberry Rushes, and a large collection of Foreign Grapes aiid Foreign Figs, Ornamental Trees. Shrubs, Roses und evergreens. I ask particular attention to my variety of Apple, adapted to a Southern climate. Our trees, vines. Ac., are reliable, producing fruit true to name. Great bargains will be offered. We are confident of giving satisfaction to those who will call und examine our collection before purchasing elsewhere. THE TREES WILL BE SOLI). Come and see the assortment now offered at the Tree Lot, corucr of 4th and D street, opposite the Marvsville Water Works, or at the Xurserv four miles below Marvsville on the Sacramento roail. jan2B-tf H.T.HUTCHINSON. MARKETS. Good News from ...