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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 17 March 1860
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Dcmocrniic City Nomination*. For .Mayor, LE VI 111 TK. For Recorder, L. J. A 8 II F 0 H I). For Clerk, THOMAS E. FAULSH, For Marshal, A. J. BAUKLEY. For Treasurer, JOHN A. PAXTOX. For Assessor. J. li. LEA MAX. Fur Si' 11n &gt;1 K. It. WALSWOItTII, (IKO. It. TAYI.OH, w. &lt;!. liKijt iiion. Fit It A I. 1) Klt M K N, First Ward, W. I&gt;. WK.AKS. A. WAI.KEIS JHHN S. LOVK. Second WAKD, 11. REYNOLDS, LEVI MAW, J. S. KSIIOM, Third Witrd, W. 1,. I.AWIIEXCE. ,1. T. DICK KY. A. M. SIIIKI.DS. Fourth Wurd, JOSHUA DAVIS. A. .1. lIAI X. CIIAS. 1,. THOMAS. AMERICAN AND FOREIGN SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY FOR Magazines, Newspapers and Other Periodicals. ttoolmrllrr ami Stationer, 153 MONTGOMERY STREET, SAN FRANCISCO, WI 1.1. FrItNISII TO SUBSCRIBERS AN Y Magazine, Newspaper, or Periodical publish* «*&lt;l in tin* SSta.es «»r in Europe, at the Publisher's Prices, titty cents being added for posture when mailed to any place out of the city. Circulars will...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 17 March 1860
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPABiY'S LING TO PANAMA, WIRWk Connecting via Panama Railroad with tli&lt;&gt; steamers of the North Atlantic Steamship Company at Aspinwall, for MEW YORK AND NEW ORLEANS. Having spare steamers at San Francisco. Acapulro aud Panama. DEPARTURE FROM FOLSOM STREET WHARF The magnificent steamship SONORA, F. R. BABY. Commander Will leave Folsom Street Wharf, with the U. S. Mails ; Passengers and Treasure, tor Panama. On TI'ESDAY ... 9larvli SI oth For Panama, At 1* o'clock, a. m.. puuctualiy. PTT And connecting via the Panama Railroad at : Aspinwall with the Magnificent steamer H\Tox-tlx star, A.O.JONES Commander ; FOR NEW YORK, Am I Steamship Dniiiol Wobstor, KOK N E\V ORLEANS. The great speed and unrivaled accommodations of | these steamers present superior inducements to passengers. Through tickets can he obtained. The Panama Railroad Company aud Atlantic Steamship Co npiiny have authorized agents to sell their tickets. Treasure for shipment wi...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 17 March 1860
AUCTION. 11. HARNETT, D. STEET, MARYBVIUE INFORMS til.' iml.lic tl.' in ready, at all to attend to till! Willits of those who ui.i services lor the sale of GIiOCEItIES, DRY GOOD* —AND— ' Vlei*clinn&lt;li»e &lt;*eiiei*a|| v&gt; HEAL ESTATE i AT I'l niir AurrivA OK J'HIVATZ SAW li EFR ENCEB: K. M. I!A.MIi:i;/„ CAPT. I'lNXIx FALKNEK A HELL, Oil AS. COYILLIra \V. 11. SAMPSON, A ® And tin- itilin&gt; &gt;itantf generally of tliecity. KIRSITI'IIE AT ArCTIOK. THIS I&gt;AV, (THURSDAY) March 15th, » t |» o'clock precisely, iu the store on I) utreet, lietttrT Third iiihl Knurl li. will IN- Knld, without ri'iHTTi I • rjjft • iiHr« H I incut nl' tl in* Mahogany Furniture. Btv' lil'Mlill,. M:lt trass, Crockery, Glass ware, StnVi-8 4 ' iil *n In lirkin* choice Mutter. no Ikixcs Hiiinij." ( K-tuves HIMIHI v. 5 Whisky. Iliilliind Gin unit Bitto, in ruses. Still* |HiKitivr to jmv. 11. lIAIINETT, Auction,,,. SPniNG STYLE m n j*. t s. It. M r. I SSI)II I...
KTPS? [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 17 March 1860
KTPS? , „,u —Persons desirous of havTIIB A' tnpicii left at their residences or g the A« 1 „f business, and who are unable ace' 01 ,l„. Carrier, can be accommodated 1 ving their at t ' le °"' ce &gt; (il street, «P stairs ' i front ■•&gt;«■ " wn CorrespoiHli'nt.J
I g«cr»>»eMto Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 17 March 1860
I g«cr»&gt;» eMto Correspondence. Sachamknto, March 1»&gt;, 18'jO. „ Ari'EAi.We have had a big I' This morning a gigantic roll V D#™' • i opened in the Senate, being the prayer " 000 San Franciscans, including some ,lie heaviest business men there, in 0 l ,l,e bulkhead bill. No sooner ' s the document, fairly opened than the itil | building coinnieuced rolling about a ship in A heavy sea, the chandeliers ung to and fro, and Senators were get,alarmed, when, the singular demolition proving to be nothing but the re- ■ ofun earthquake. quiet was restored. It shock was felt throughout the city, )V ing furniture, and swinging pictures J mirrors in a most lively manner, in bsmntial brick buildings. An aequanlCC informed me tli.it at his boarding e a ladv was thrown upon the floor f fo: concussion. No damage was done. In the Senate to-day the Capitol bill .5 made the special order for Tuesday .jt and the Indian Kibbe Wur bill was lie the special order for to-morrow. The Asse...
TELEGRAM? HI €. [BY UNION TELEGRAPH LINE], REPORTED FOR TUB MARYSVILLK UIILI AFI'KU. San FranclHco Ntm, [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 17 March 1860
TELEGRAM? HI €. [BY UNION TELEGRAPH LINE], REPORTED FOR TUB MARYSVILLK UIILI AFI'KU. San FranclHco Ntm, SAN FRANCISCO, March l(j. A tire occurred Inst night on the corner Front and Sacramento streets, in a house occupied by Verplanck k McMullen, wholesale grocers; and L. P. Frank, cigar dealer, and others. Damages inconsiderable. The Orizaba, with New York dates to the 20th nit., arrived this morning, ller news has been anticipated by the overlaud mail. The overland mail left at 12 o'clock with a large mail, but no through passengers. No arrivals.
legislative. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 17 March 1860
legislative. SACKAMKNTO, March Hi. SENATE —Remonstrance against passage of bnlklicad and n memorial from the Mechanic's Institute of San Francisco, asking for a donation of $,*1,000, were presented. Hill making the State assume the payment of all Indian War Bonds, which amount to atyout §400,000, was disclosed and passed. Senator Wheeler's speech in opposition to it is generally admitted to have been the speech of the session. The State Heform School bill was recommended with instructions to strike out $(&gt;0,000 appropriation, and insert §30,000. lIOUSK —The morning was consumed over the bill granting to James Marshall, the discoverer of gold at Sutter'u Mill, Coloma, an anility of §7OO. Notice ot motion given to reconsider the vote whereby Fairchild's Union resolutions were ordered printed. [Forthe Daily Appeal.]
Prorrrillngs of the Young Jim'* Union Club. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 17 March 1860
Prorrrillngs of the Young Jim'* Union Club. Meeting organized. pursuant to cal\ On motion, li. Franklin llollis was called to the Chair, ami F. C. Junes was i appointed Secretary, j The Chair stated the nhjact of tin* ! meeting to noniinate a Municipal ticket, j to be presented to the people for their | support on Monday next, composed of the ! friends to the working class of the com- | in unity. I On motion, a committee of live we-c j appointed l»y the Chair, to prepare a | ticket of candidates from the different | tickets now before the people. I On motion. I!. F. llollis was appointed Chairman of said committee. On motion, the meeting adjourned pursuant to call of President. 15. F. HOLLIS. President. F. C. .TANKS, Secretary. March 1(5, lHiiii.
The Leap Tear Ball at Yuba City. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 17 March 1860
The Leap Tear Ball at Yuba City. [For the Daily Appeal.] YCBA CITY, March 16, 1860. EDITOR APPEAL:— This is Leap Year, and the prerogative of ladies to make advances or proposals to gentlemen without compromising their fair reputat ons in the least. This time-honored custom is doubtless based upon the fact that the ladies can accomplish as much in one year, in that line of business, as the gentlemen can in three. But, Mr. Editor, this is not designed to open a cor -espondcnce with yourself on this subject, at present, but more particularly to reply to the numerous complaints and inueudoes of Messrs. Solomon Sucker, David Sucker, Jack O'Hearts, and Cosmopolite, who have been figuring in the columns of the Marysville papers for the last few days, and who, doubtless, feel very sore, from the circumstance of their not being bidden first to the Leag Ye».r banquet, which came oir last week in this place. The latter, however, Mr. Cosmopolite. who is a scribe by profession, and the right ha...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 17 March 1860
Funeral Notice. The funeral of Mrs. John l)owd, «»f Orovilb\ will j be held nt 1 o'clock to-day from the Catholic Church j in this city. SV E CI A L XOTI C E S. Meeting Notice. The Nominating committee ami People's Candidates are requested to meet to-day (Saturday) at 10 J o'clock, at Justice Kyle's Office. Business of importance is to he transacted. Per order. NOTICE. The citizens of Marysville and Vuba county aro requested to meet at the City Ilall THIS EVENING , at half-past seven o'clock, to hear the report of their ; commi tee heretofore appointed, to draft a bill for j the reduction «&gt;f fees of county officers and the gen- | oral expenditures «»f the county government. CHARLES LINPLKV, Ch ili. C ity H(cord&lt;r.—JollN B. KYLEhereby ! announces himself as an independent candidate for ! City Recorder, subject to tile decision of the voters of the eityof Marysville,at the election to beheld on j the 10th inst. nirl4-td i "The Union Must and Shall be- Preserved....
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 17 March 1860
BANKERS. REYNOLDS BROS. BA NKEIIS, No. lt'4&gt; Tlilid Strn'l, Marysville, ITUCII ASK «OID BARS AND GOLD DUST, At lu st markvt rati-*. makv advane. ■* on CuM Dust | consigned to tin* l". S. Mini for coinage. «i-SELL EASTERN EXCHAGE Tn Bums to suit, at current rates. DRAW CHECKS AT PAR OX SAN Fit ANT I SCO AM) SACRAMENTO. Ship Treasure to New York on the most favorable terms, covered l&gt;y Insurance in the best London Companies. Attend to COLLECTIONS, and transact a General Banking business. (QUICKSILVER. Agency Gaudalupe Mines, Santa Clara. A large supply constantly on hand, and for sale at San Francisco Agents' rates. jan23-my REYNOLDS BROS. J J. 11. 11. JEWETT, J. A. PAXTON. I DECKED, JEWETT PAXTOX, MARVSVILLE. flanking Hours from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. ADVANCES ON Cr OIJ S DUST Fon Ass.ir AT IT. it. MINT. CHECKS AT I'AK ON IMRROTT &amp; C 0., «\N FBANl'lseo. n. P. If ASTINUS &amp; C 0.,SAI'RAMKNTO. mm Sir.llT AND TIME DRAFTS ON AMERICAN EXCHANGE BANK, N...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 17 March 1860
BOOKS, &amp;a. BOOKS! BOOKS!! BOOKS!!! STATIONERY, MUS I C ! FAX CY A RTICLEBI A.., &amp;C. AT THK 3MC arysvillo Book. MUSIC STOKE! WITSTAVE AMY, Respectfully calls the attention of liisold friends and patrons and the public in general to liin NEW AND INCREASED STOCK HOLIDAY G I FTS, STANDARD LITERARY WORKS, PROSE AND POETICAL VOLUMES, NOVELS, ALBUMS, AND MAGAZINES, NEW SHEET MUSI(', ENGRAVINGS, FANCY GOODS, TOYS, ARTICLES OF VERTU WRITING MATERIALS, ETC., ETC. All of which ho offers for Hale at the most favorable rates. This is the largest and best selected stock of the kind north ot San Francisco, and is scarcely equaled in the State. lie also lias 011 hand a large supply of that invaluable work— BANCROFT'S CALIFORNIA LAWYER AND FORM BOOK. lb* 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 solicit.nl to bin very complete...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 17 March 1860
CLOTHING. CITY OF PARIS. TO THE PEOPLE Oh Mnrysvillo AND VICINITY. THE STOKE LATELY OCCUPIED BY S WORMS &amp; CO. WILL BE HE-OPENED ON OK ABOUT THE Fir»t ol* I?larch, -W ITH AN—ENTIRE iVA'IK STOCK OF Staple and Fancy LATELY IMPORTED From the East and France. TUB OLD STOCK STILL ON HAN I) —WILL BE SOLD—FOR THIRTY DAYS LONGER. Fifty per cent, below Cost! It is the intention of the New Firm to sell Unoils Lower than ever before Offered IN THIS MAItKET, AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. Kit" An early call is solicited. feb29-my] GODCIIAUX BROS. 4t CO. DRY GOODS SELLING OFF AT COST!!! L. &lt;OII\ &amp; CO., ARK SELLING THEIR ENTIRE STOCK OF STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS AT First Cost Price, To make room for w largo SPRING STOCK!!! Remember the Place, EMPIRE DRY GOODS STORE, 119 Second Street, febi-my M AKYSVILLE. CHEAP CLOTKING. 11. EILGRHAM \ CO., MERCHANT TAILORS AN D Fashionable Clothiers, Are now Belling their large stock of WINTER CLOTHING AT IMPORTED COST, To make room ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 17 March 1860
MISCELLANEOUS.. J, S. ESHOM. NO. 60 THEATER BUILDING. BOOTS *ftJTO SHOES CHEAP FUR CA S lIJ Now in ttore, H (urge and well selected stock of Boot") Shoes, (Co., From all the bout munulkcturcrs in the United States and Frajirc from the finest to the heaviest. The atention of in invited to A fine assortment of all the various styles of Gaiters, UuHkius, Slippers, die., toonumeroHH to mentiun. Purchasers will find it to their advantage to call and examine before purijlg elsew here, all I offer at something mor* cost. Also, connected with thp (*fst««l&gt;]ialiu&gt;&lt;*nt v OfLS, CADIPHEVK, &amp;C M At wholesale and retail, at the lowest market price Also, Kerosene or Coal Oil. jan'J.Vmy. H. S. HOBLITZELL, SUCCESSOR TO JOSBI'H GENKLLA, Pioneer Crockery StQxe, 104 First street, In-tween D and Plaza „SION OF 810 WHITE PITCHER " jan23-my DRUGS AND MEDICINES. AT 0 TUNICARIES HALL, City Water Works, S. E. Cpr. D and Fourth ats. DR. C. A. HATIIWGLL, Graduate of...
Adventure* with Fair I.ndlta. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 17 March 1860
Adventure* with Fair I.ndlta. She fjatln Appeal. Who has never attended a church fair? If any, spcuk ! for to hiiu I would say that, solely lor the purpose of experiencing ft new sensation, he should take advantage of the first opportunity that presents itself to visit one. It is refreshing to see the qnantity of "filthy lucre" that is there displayed—gratifying to notice how quickly a pair of black eyes will "do a man out of a "dollar or two." We had a fair at our church a week or two since, and from the time ol its clo*e till now, I have been living on the charity of my friends. For a young man with a moderate salary, in consideration of the charitable object to which the proceeds were to be devoted, 1 went there with tolerably liberal intentions, and with about as much of the "coin of the realm " as 1 thought my means would justify me in " circulating ; but I found myself so bewitched with the syren voices and dazzling eyes •of so many rare beauties, that after having ■exhausted ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 17 March 1860
MISCKLLANIU )US. Stigf Departures. ST AO FA leave the office of the California Stage ; Company, No. 4."&gt; 1&gt; street. every morning, for I Tehama, Red Hlatfs. Miasta. Weaverville, Yrekaauil Jacksonville. O. T., a 1 6 o'clock every morning. For Oroville, Pence'* Ranch. Hog Town, Ridwell ] Bar and American Valley, at fio'clock. Kvery evening at 2 o'clock for Oroville. Every evening for Timbnctoo. Rough and Ready, | Green Valley. Nevada and Orleans Flat ait tl o'clock. ' Kvery morning for Kin pi re Ranch. Mooney Flat. French TorralL san Jnan, Camptonville and Forest City at (&gt; o'clock. Kvery morning for Oregon llouw, Keystone Runsh. N&lt; w V«»rk House, Strawberry Valley; I,a l'orte. j St. Louis and Oihsonville at 0 o'clock. Kvery fvetiin for Zubrisdie's. Dry Creek, liong ! Iter, and Parks' Bar at Kvery other morning "for Johnson's Ranch, Vir- j ginia.Uold Hill. Ophirand Anhiirn, at f» o'clock. Kvery other morning for Scwall's Ranch, Rangor. Haris...