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.SHU Frniiclnco Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 30 January 1860

.SHU Frniiclnco Correspondence. [ From our own Correspondent.] SAX FRANCISCO, Jan. 27,18G0. EDITOR APPEAL :—The first passage ot the Vanderbilt steamer Champion from this port to Panama, bus not realized the general anticipations for her ability to compete with the steamers of the old mail company. The Champion sailed 011 the sth inst., in company with the Golden Age. According to the report of the purser of the steamer Sonora, the Champion did not reach Acapulco until thirty-seven hours after the departure of the Age. Believing that there was some error in the Purser's report, I have made dilligent inquiry for the facts,and the statement is fully confirmed by passengers ot the Sonora. The passengers by the Age will, therefore, reach New York at least three days ahead of the Champion's passengers. The news from the Mexican coast tully corifirms the rumor of a severe battle between the Liberal forces and Church party, iu the latter part of December. The light took place near Coloma. ...

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i""'" 1 J Snn Francisco CorrcNiiundencr, [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 30 January 1860

i""'" 1 J Snn Francisco CorrcNiiundencr, [From our owu correspondcnl.] SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 28. A topic of conversation in mercantile circles, this morning, is afforded by the exceedingly smart transaction in coffee, yesterday. Yon are already informed that the cargo of the ship Ivich, was advertised for sale at auction. Well, the coffee men attended in a body, and the sale commenced, but after the disposal of two hundred sacks, the balance ol the cargo, consisting of 1,800 sacks, was withdrawn. It was then discovered that the offering at auction was only a trap set by the holder of the Ivich's cargo to cause a temporary depression of the market, and while the sale was going forward, he succeeded, through an agent, in getting possession of a cargo held by a German house, thus obtaining entire control of the market, which he will be'able to maintain, as the only other cargo due at this port is consigned to liiin. Of course, the coffee "men were very mad, and. it is said, avowed their ...

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Soutli American XCIVH. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 30 January 1860

Soutli American XCIVH. Our advices from Valparaiso are to the 15th December. The Indians were still committing depredations in the southern provinces of C'hili. The Southern Railroad was expected to be opened us far as Rancngua by Christmas. On the Santiago and Valparaiso road the works were rapidly progressing, over 1,000 men being employed daily. A horse railroad from Coqumbo to Serena was about being commenced. The telegraph line between Caldera and Copiapo is nearly repaired. A shock of earthquake on the 30th of November, threw down some of the poles and broke the wire. A British squadron had arrived at Montevideo, its mission being, it is said, to obtain certain indenizations from Paraguay for losses and damages caused to a British subject A concession for fifteen years has been granted to a foreign house, to work the Borate of Soda mines in the south of Peru. The Government of Peru has refused to pay the American and French claims. Eucador is thereatened with civil war. CENTRA...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 30 January 1860

®Hr failij Jfotlce.—Tlioso who may desire to become subscribers to the DAILY APPEAU (which, by the way, we furnish at 1!5 cents per week,) in tho event of not inakiim arrangements with our carrier. MB. JOUX CHURCH, will please call at uur oliicu and leave their addresses. Persons in tho different cities and towns of the State desiring to become AOKNTS for the APICAL, unnotified that they can do so upon the most reasonar hie terms; always providing thai tlwy b« made known to us as men of respectability and correct bnsinoas habits. y BW)(jR &CQ

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 30 January 1860

BANKERS. REYNOLDS BROS. ! BANKERS, Mo. 14; i, Third Street, Marynvllle, | PURCHASE GOLD BARS AND GOLD DUST, At liost market rates, make ndvancca on Gold Oust I consigned to tlio U. 8. Mint for coinage. «*- HELIi EABTEHK EXCHAGE 1« | In sums to suit, at current rates. DRAW CHECKS AT PAR ON SAX FRANCISCO AND SACRAMENTO. ! Ship Treasure to New York on the most favorable terras, covered by Insurance in the best London Companies. Attend to COLLECTIONS, and transact a General Hanking business. QUICKSILVER. Agency Gaudalupe Mines, Santa Clara. A large supply constantly on hand, and fur sale at San Francisco Agents' rates. jan'23-my REYNOLDS BROS. P. DECKER, J. n. lr. JEWETT, J. A. PAXTON. DECKER, JEWETT & PAXTOX, A. Xff MARYSVIIjLE. Banking HOUVA IVom 0 a.m. to 4 p.m. ADVANCES ON O O XJ XT » T For. ASSAT AT ti. S. MINT. CHECKS AT PAR ON PARROTT & CO., SAN FKANCIJCO. B. F. HASTINGS A. CO., SACRAMENTO. OIK SIGHT AND TIME DRAFTS ON AMERICAN EXCHANGE BANK, Available in ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 30 January 1860

MISCELLANEOUS. J. S. ESHOM, NO. 60 THEATER BUILDINii. BOOTS .tJTD SHOES CHEAP FOR CASH. Now iu store, a lurge and well aelerted stock ut | loot*, Shoo*, dbo. From all the beat manufacturers in tlin United State*) titi'l France from the finest to the heaviest. The ntention of Ladies is invited to a flue assortment of all the various styles of I [Galttri, Buskins, Slippers, fcc., too numerous to mention. Purchasers will find it to their advantage to call and examine before buying elsewhere, all which I ofTer at something above cost. Also, connected with the establishment. OILS, t' VMPIIEXK, Ac., At wholesale and retail, at the lowest market price. Also, Kerosene or Coal Oil. j jan2s-my. H. S. HOBLITZELL, SUCCESSOR TO JOSEPH GENELLA, Pioneer Crockery Htore, 104 First street, between 1) and Plazn. "SIGN OF 810 WHITE PITCHER." Jan23-my DRUGS! DRUGS!! DRUGS!!! RICE, COFFIN A CO., 27 D street, MAH vaviLLE. REDINOTON A CO. 107 Clay street, SAX FRANCISCO. fiH KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND 3 The La...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 30 January 1860

CLOTHING. CHEAP oiuoTsiwa. H. GILKRIAH & (0., MERCHANT TAILORS —AN D Fashionable i'lolhiem, Ar« now selling their Urge Block of WINTER CLOTHING VT IMPOBTKD COST, To make room for a large stock of 8P K M J%* €3 CLOTHMJTG, About to arrive from New Tork. Cloths, Caaaimerea and Veatinga, HAVE VP TO ORDER IN A PREMIUM STYLE, AT THE LOWEST CASH PRICES. Gentlemen pretcring having their SPRING AND SUMMER CLOYHING Made to order in New York, can do no by leaving their order at 11. EII.ERMAK * CO.'S. .V® extra charge made for garments «o ordered, and returnable in sixty day*. JUST RECEIVED, A LAKOE INVOICE OF IS 1)1 AS TAN A.XD WOOL K.\IT GLOVES. H.EILERMAN 4 CO. 64,1) Street, neit door lo the Theater, jan£t-tf MAitTavn.il!. CHOICE AND SELECTED WINES A BR4^PIE§, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. J. H. DIIRYEE, RESPECTFULLY call* the attention of the citizens of Marjavillo. to his stock of CHOICE WINES AND BRANDIES, Selected with care for Family and Medicinal pur poees. We (hall retail in our s...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 30 January 1860

BOOKS, AC. BOOKS! BOOKS!! BOOKS!!! STATIONERY, MUSIC! FANCY ARTICLES) Ac., Ac. agosjcj MaryavlUv Pook AND—MUSIC STORE! ttISTAVE All, Respectfully calls the attention of hiiold friends nod patrons and tho public in general to bis I NEW AND INCREASED STOCK OF—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 hs offer* for Ml* at the most tamable rates. This is the largest and best selected stock of the kind north of San Francisco, and Is scarcely equaled in the State. He also has on handalaije supply of that invaluable work— BANCROFT'S CALIFORNIA LAWYER AND FORM BOOK. He is in constant receipt of all the choioeet Magatines, Periodicals an'l Papers, the latest sheet Music, and new books of every kind at WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. The attention of INTERIOR MERCHANTS Is solisited to his very complete stock, which will be sold at REDUCED P...

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The Tankcti. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 30 January 1860

The Tankcti. ®he gattg Appeal. Th? inhabitants of New England arc proverbial for untiring and successful enterprise. They are frightened at no rival, stopped by 110 obstacle, subdued by no competition. Wherever interest calls them, upon the land or water, under n zone torrid or frozen, there do they go with a determination to be successful if success is possible. N'or is the spirit which influences them crushed at failure. It may be bent, but not broken. If unsuccessful. tliev look for a cause and try again, adding perseverence to the attempt. What people arc most of! en met with on the fishing ground? The Yankees. What people in the Pacific in the pursuit of oil and furs ? The Yankees. Who is he who barters lumber audonions with the est Indian; beads and red cloth ' with the Otaheitan; lamp oil with the I Hollander; corn with the Greek; rum, to- : bacco, snuff, and east-iron muskets with ! the African ; cotton with the English and French ; pickled fish with the Russians j and Danes...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 30 January 1860

MISCEM-ANKOUS. Stage DeimrlurfM. STAGES leave tho office of the California Stage Company. No. 4."> I> street, every morning, for Tehama. Red Uluflfs. Shasta. Weaverville. Yrekaand Jacksonville. O. T.. at 0 o'clock every morning. For Orovillo, Pence's Ranch, Dog Town, Bidwell . Bar and American Valley, at Every evening at 2 o'clock for Oroville. Every evening for Timhnetoo. Rough and Ready, Green Valley. Nevada and Orleans Flat at 6 o'clock. Every morning for Empire Ranch, Mooney Flat, 1 French Corrall. San Juan. Camptonville and Forest City at o.o'clock. Every morning for Oregon House. Keystone Ranch, New York House. Strawberry Valley; La Porte, St. Louis and Gibsonville at 6 o'clock. Every evening for Zubrishe's. Dry Creek. Long Bar. and Parks' Bar at o'clock. Every other morning for Johnson's Ranch. Virginia. Gold Ilill. Opliir and Auburn, at 6 o'clock. I.very other morning for Sewall's Ranch. Bangor. Haimonville. Brownsville and Forb.-town at Co'clock. GENER...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 30 January 1860

MI SO ELL AN LOU S. "'NOTICE!!:*' S. GOODMAN & CO., \'o. 33 D Str«ft, MARYSVILLE. OWING t« the dullness of tlio times and the scarcity of money, and wishing to adapt the prices to tho times, we nre determined to dispose of our stock at actual Now Yoi'ls. Cost 1 Our country customers, and the public generally, are respectfully invited to examine for themselves, as we are in earnest in the above. jan'23-my S. GOODMAN. TREES! TREES! TREES! 10,000 Apple, one two and three years' growth. 3,000 rear, one and two " " 0,000 Plum. Apricot and Nectarine. 4,000 Peach. '2,000 Locust, large size. FOR SI7.E. BEAUTY AM) SYMMETRY, we challenge competition. We guarantee all trees true to laliel. Sa 1e s every day at til" Nursery and seed depot. No. 9 D ptreet. next door to the Post Office. Jan2Mf OEO. LAWS. CXIAS. nAISII, M AXUFACTURKR Wagons, Carriages and Buggies, OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. Repairing neatly ami Promptly done. Shop oil Third street, opposite the City Hall. jan2s-my MARYSVILL...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 30 January 1860

DRV GOODS. T. B. WALKKK, J. C. WILSON, J. 11. MASON. Walker, Wilton, X. Co., DEALERS IN NTAPLK AND FANCY DRY UOODS, C L O T HING, LADIES' AM) CHILDREN'S' HOSIERY. ETC. So. 27,1)St.,t\T"-t si-le. next ilwr to Rice,Collin.& Co's MARYSVILLE. FARTtCBIAR ATTENTION PAID TO ORDERS. jan23-my GREAT INDUCEMENTS II! ►> Si >!•> »T AT COST! In order to make roum for shipments of new goods, the undersigned c»flT«*r at Cost their entire and well assorted stock of FALL AND WINTER GOODS, French and American Prints at cost, Wool and Silk Dress Goods at cost. Sheeting, Linens and Domestics at cost. Ribbons, Notions and Fancy Goods at cost. Ladies and children?*' Shoes at cost. Carpets, Druggets, Oil Cloths and Mattings at cost; If you wish to save money in making your purchases call early at jan23-my M. A. BROMBERGER & CO.'S. Cognac. THE BEST BRANDS, OLDEST VINTAGE NOW IN CALItO.INIA, CAN BE HAD AT CLEVELAND BROS. AI.L KINDS WINES AND LIQUORS AT...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 30 January 1860

MEDICAL.. I »K. t. JT. CSAPMAY'I PRIVATE MEDICAL AND SURGICAL INSTITUTE, j Sacramento St., below Muiilguniery^ (Opposite the Pacific Mail Steamship Co.'s Office.) SAN FRANCISCO. Established in 1854, for the !'• rn)<tn<nt t arc of ail Private i\ia! Chonic Diseases, am! for the Supprissivn cf Quicker if, Attending and resident physician. L. ,1. CZAPKAY, M. 1).. hit** in the Hungarian Revolutionary War. Chief Surgeon to the .Military Hospital of Pesth, Hungary, late Lecturer en Diseases of Woman anil Children. and Honorary Member ot the Philadelphia College of Meilieine. Uti • Particular attention paid to t li<> treatment of diseases peculiar to Woman and Children.' < ii Offick Horns—From 0 A. M. till UP. M. Communications strictly confidential. Permanent cure guaranteed, or no pay. Consultations by-.tatter or otherwise, free. Address I>r. L. J. CZAPKAY, Pan Francisco, Cal. To the AlHietcd. Dr. L. .L ( ZAPK A \. late of ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 30 January 1860

MKDICAL. S-|»KItMATOKKII<KA, or local weakness, nerven, debility. low spirit*, la.-situ.li-. weakness of th,limbs ami bark. iiuli#|M>nitiori ami incapability for labor ami study. dullncM of apprehension, lost 0 f liiemorv. aversion to society, l"\< »»f s«»litn«lc. ty, self-distrust, diz/in■ >■*. headache, involuntar*" pains in t!iv side. affections of the eves pimple* on tin 1 far.-, sexual and other infirmities in man. are cured without fail by tin* justly celebrated physician and surgeon. L. J. CZAI'KAY. His nie . tho.l «>t curing diseases is new. (unknown toothers) and hence the great success. AII consultations (bv letter or otherwise) free. Address L. J. CZAPKAY, M. I)., San Francisco. qnilß URKATEST DISCOVERY OF THE AOKI P Ureal Messing to Mankind! lnu«K»nt but potent! Dr.* L. *l. CZAPKAY'S I'ROi'IIVLACTI. CUM, (self-disinfecting agent.) a sure preventive against Gonorrheal and Syphilitic diseases, and an niiMirpn.sHed reme...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 31 January 1860

" ""ir-gif IT' 1 TIARYSVILLG, CAL., TUESDAY JANUARY 81, 1860. VOL. I. *o. 8.

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UtMlutium paaaed by Ma»oit» in Oroville. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 31 January 1860

UtMlutium paaaed by Ma»oit» in Oroville. ;m §»ilg lPF al We lind the following tribute to the memory of Jack De Mott, in the Butte Democrat of Saturday last: To the Worshipful Master and Wardens of Table Mountain Lodge, No. 124, ol F. and A. M. AVe your committee apointed to draft resolutions on occasion ot the death ofour brother Jack DeMott, begleave to submit the following : WHEREAS, It has pleased the supreme Grand Master of the Universe to call our beloved Brother, Jack De.Mott, from labor on earth to eternal refreshment on high, Therefore be it, llesolvcd , 1. That in his departure this community has lost a valuable and highly esteemed citizen, tl* fraternity a worthy and zealous Brother, and his Lodge an efficient and faithful officer. 2. In token of our esteem for our diseased Brother, and our sad appreciation of the loss, We the members of the Fraternity of Oroville, will wear the usual badge of mourning for thirty days, and cause the junior Warden's stand in the fcsouth, s...

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Butte County Items. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 31 January 1860

Butte County Items. ®hf failg appeal. Wc extract the following items of Batte county news from the Democrat of the 23th, SERIOUS ACCIDENT. —Mr. William Delaney, who lives on the Bluff, while trimming off the branches of a tree which he he had cut down, somewhere on the road leading to Cherokee ravine, on Saturday iast, had three of his ribs broken by one of the limbs striking him iu the aide. CHINAMEN DROWNED. —As seven Chinamen were crossing the river about one mile below Kent's ranch, on Monday last, the boat was by some means overturned, and the occupants precipitated into the water. One swam ashore, three clung to the boat, and were ultimately rescued, and the remaining three sunk and were drowned. Our informant says there was gome loud and unearthly yelling on the occasion. CHINESE NEW YEAR. —Sunday last was the Chinese New Year—a day devoted by the Celestials to calls, feasting, and the discharge of fire-crackers. On Monday, well-dressed Chinese were parading our streets with ...

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PrentiwlMt, [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 31 January 1860

PrentiwlMt, A late number of the Louisville Journal furnishes us with the following racy squibs: An orator, in an address before a lite* rary association, in Toronto, Canada, anil: ''Experience teaches us that it requires a hundred years to form the oak, half a century to form a good lawyer, a quarter of a century to make a general, ana three generations to make a gentleman."— JSx. We saw yesterday a man in the garb of a gentleman force a beggar-woman f)rom the crossing into the neighboring mire; we presume that he belongs to the JSftt generation. The Democracy, we are sorry to aee, are agitating the slavery question just at present with redoubled fury. The agitation will do them no good; but perhaps they can do no better. It is doubtless their last card. They may at least plead in extenuation of the sin what Dr. Johnson calls "the mournful privileges of irresistable misery." The Washington States thinks the first great blunder of the South was that she did not sever the Union, with...

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