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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Herald — 17 April 1851
City &amp;T&amp;UMNUM. AS ORDINANCE rtgnUuim, Licemm. The Common Council of MarysviHe do ordain a* follewe: Sec. 1. That from «ad after the MMi &lt; day of April next ensuing. an persoo •hall transact any business or puma any calling hereinafter •pecilied without a license aigned by the City Clerk and countersigned by the Mayor, under a penalty of 810 (or each dav'» neglect •o to take out roch licenee after the time i above rpecificd. and it shall be the do- ! ty of the City Marshall to see that the provisions olr this ordinance be duly cnioreed. ! Bsc. 2d. All persons pursuing the 5 business or calling nf auctioneer, shall ' pay upon all sales of eoods, wares, merchandise, liquors, real estate nod stock, one and one half per centum upon the amount of all such sales Sec. 3. All persons keeping a hotel, tavern, inn or restaurant and having invested in their business an amount exceeding 95,000, shall pay a license of $40 per month. 2d. Those having invested in ...
MS rSWTIM. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Herald — 17 April 1851
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TO rOftftE*Po!fl>EKTS [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Herald — 17 April 1851
TO rOftftE*Po!fl&gt;EKTS &lt;v*a«ctod «kh i.-u afea. at*«M to •&amp;*•*•*! to marytmUs H&lt;rod," m dw an* «•»**•/«*a &lt;* both tM ldur&lt; M| dwM, UM7 r««d«d to dai *7 I: o6m acr.as* that corrMpaedMae #w ysbineetioe, twl bMtof .mri, agatodr—lit t? mh» of iha ptfim fwrtog kfc afcMaca, Md tfcay ffcarrfera, M wpMad uidjl htomwa. wd Ha iapaeofuma sornatrnaa ren-w-ra
ftssM»t» nisiiS "t nlil r**s Ifcilpl [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Herald — 17 April 1851
ftssM»t» nisiiS "t nlil r**s Ifcilpl The u Act concerning Courts of Jotlice nod Judicial Officers in this MM," which ro passed by oar legislature b few days since, anla two new Jadi •mi Districts, the tenth and eleventh, and changes the district* composed of Yuba. Sutter and Yolo counties, from the eighth to the tooth. The bill m mtrodaced by Mr. Fiilo, representatin from this county, and the change in this district was made in order to rid it from the presence of Jud je Turner, who as judge of the eighth district, will now go to Trinity and Klamath counties. The ISUi section of the bill provided that "Judges for the tenth and eleventh Judicial Districts, to hold their offices ■&gt;Ui tfie election and qualification of judges for these districts in the year IBM, shall be appointed by the joint vole of tlie legislature, on the first Monday of April in the present year. In ease a vacancy from aay cause, in the office rrf a district judge, the Governor shall fill the same by gr...
: [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Herald — 17 April 1851
: April 15,1651. The council met parI suant to adjournment Present, hi* Hon. the Mayor, AH. i Raarn Tsllna Mhstfrr Bice, Smith aad Tompkio*. Aid. Rice from committee on ordinance*, reported an ordinance to pre rest obstrocuons and miwucei m the city of Marysville. Laid on the table. Aid. Tompkin* offered the following resoluuoas, RaolretL That the common eooncil of Marysviße look with rt gret upon the many grievances which bare been com mined'within the last few day*, growing oat of a misconstruction of the ordinance regulating licensee, daring the absence of the city attorney. Mtmhti. That all money* which hare been collected by the Marshal of this city from milkmen, farmer* aad gardener*, for the *ale of milk or vegetables, be refanded to the several person* paying the same. The reaolation* were adopted, aye* Tallman, Shadier, Smith, Rice, Tompkin*, CoTillaad, 6. Nay*, Ransom, 1. Aid. CoviHaod appeared and took hi* •eat. Aid. Sbaeffisr offered the following reaolation, which wa* a...
For Dm hUrfrrlHi Banld. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Herald — 17 April 1851
For Dm hUrfrrlHi Banld. u The spring has cmm again » ihe i«wt eoKodlbun Is aparhltag on in da melodi«ua flow ; The mmg of Mrda io heard upon the mountain, And ehflkood'e merry about mates glad u»e tele Mew. With radiant gareitnre the earth ie glowing. With thmiaaal hue* of bod ami blesson* rare , The fnveat tree* a welcome ahade are throwing, Aad moaic's dulcet atrains ar» breathing on the air. &amp; I Ilea • there come ao more, ray boetnn swelling. The golden hopes that hired my heart at yore; Fled are yoeth's promises, af pleoeore telling,— Ufe'sjeyatmqwlaff-flme comae ae snore, no more! | Tot many sasoaertoe tarred aad loudly clienebad, &gt; Ceat a aeft fragrance round my thorn/ way— ! iiroaaieeve from the parent atem tW perished. Lees* odeate eweel aa perfumed breath of May. X I MMHWIiih wlto—yhip)r bmmnolinf, I Sad &gt;1 namr hmmipw flfw » Hi# ,fw, | A worM of gloriee uaexpreseed, revealing Of happteeaawamtsed and pleasures t»er new: Then la« me meekly b...
Isman « (wmfasissM. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Herald — 17 April 1851
Isman « (wmfasissM. Sac««*i*to City, April 14, 1801. I Dub M :■ —Allow me lo go back aad tell yau a whole weeks proceedings.— i Last Sabbath was one of the most enclianting days that ever decoyed sinners to church, so I went too. I went for the first time to the Northern Methodist Church, I believe it is termed, (wonder if there are cardinal point* in'the heavens to which all creeds are aiming) j 1 mast say I have not seen sach a con-1 gregallon in California; numerous seats being filled with ladies, who, none know better than you do, are alway* an attraction to church or theatre. The min-1 inter I thought wa* jost what he should be, and I have seldom in my life heard . one of that denomination I could listen to with the same interest I was much pleased witb the appeal made by the Rev. Dr. towards supporting the minis- ; try, and was afterward* told he was generally called on to make these appeals, for he can do it with such grace, such eloquence and such confidence, j that he can p...
taCTMMM CMr MM, [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Herald — 17 April 1851
taCTMMM CMr MM, BT "HOT C0R1«." Fre ejus Jt Co. received in Bacr»- ; mento City for Adams &amp; Co 'r Kiprew, New-York, ninety thousand dollar?, which they sent in (to-day's steamer They are rushing it indeed. Berry, Bliss &amp; Co. are building a new Store, which, when finished, will be one of the most elegant buildings in the City. Stark's Readdius at the Mercantile Library Association are highly spoken of. Mr. Josei-h E. Lawrence is rei covering from the effeets of the bruises received in the dastardly attack made npon him, by some unknown person, on Sunday night last. Tour correspondent " Shirley" lug made a great sensation here; her , letters arc devoured ! Who is she 1 Our people are down upon Bald, win s coin. Look out for it in Maryrville. The Bankers here are all apparently doing a big business. The offices of Hnislry if Men ill, Arthur W. Foote, IS. F Hustings if Co. and Pope. Hamn if Co. are crowded all the while. A Miss Montague is making quite a hit at t...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Herald — 17 April 1851
BY J. B. STARR *■ CO. AUCTIONEERS, Bnck Sun, Float *tr**t, SACRAMENTO. (iroceriet, lAqvort, Pork, Hams, fc. ON Fritter, the 18th int.. J B. Starr ft Co. wiil offerfor ml&gt;* l*ra* and ex In«TC nnilmnt at Good*, j«*t received per law irrtTik from the Slam, conniatmg of Ofowraa, Uqaan, Pork. H*mi, Ac. Catalocnea will be prepared prerwoa to day of aalr, and dinribvtw, to which the attention of merchant* *ad trader* n particularly directed air It J B STARR A CO, Auc"™. ~~ JQHN C. FALL, I*tt Fall 4 Ce-4 North aide of the Plata, ■ARTSVILLK, 11 AS tax rewired a targe Mock of J C. r. » eaauaatlr am baad W Mtead to tk*M*«**T M* CIMMMt* | | Mtaan' w**t* replied *13 »T
AarrarilkCilr MmCwmi. Reported for'the Marysville Herald by PARISH ADAMS & CO. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Herald — 17 April 1851
AarrarilkCilr MmCwmi. Reported for'the Marysville Herald by PARISH ADAMS &amp; CO. Auction and (k&gt;rn mission Merchant* Ma tT.-viLLK, 15th April, 1881. Crackers—Watei - 16 a 80 ** Sugar 3*' - Butler .. 23 Fancy 3o Boots—Heavy pegged per dot. SIS a 21 Ixmg grained .... 40 aBO Rio .. 80 « 21 Candlea—Sperm - 50 Adamantine 45 Cordage —Manilla Small 25 a 30 Mackerel—No. 1 in 1-2 bbb $12 SO Fruits— Kngliah Walnuts 20 a 25 " Dried Apples 15 a 2** 44 " Peaches 25 Sardines-Half boxes $7§ a 9 Shovels—Ames C. 5 long handle.. nominsl " short M .... nominal Axes - Collins, pr doz 25 a 30 Otfta—American ...... 1 Barley 7 a 9 Corn—Sound 8 a *4 Liquors—B'ndy, Otardsir. all p'kg... 225 a 3 " American in bbla. Pr gal. 125 * Whisky old rye per gal.... 200 a 2 50 Alt Per doz $5 Porter-Per doz 6 tUiimpegne Cider 4 50 a 500 Molasses in kegs per gal 75 a $i Syrup in small packages — $1 a 1 25 Provisions--Clear Pork pr rol #2"* Mess " extra 24 Ci»ar in halt bbla ...... 15 *' " qr. bbls b ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Herald — 17 April 1851
NOTICE. There will be a meeting of the Whigs of Marysville Township, in the city of Marysville, on Thursday evening next, nt 7 o'clock, at the office of James Cushinff, to appoint delegates to the County j Convention, to be holden in the city of JSfoirysville on Saturday 21st insL By owler or the committee. H. P. WATKINS, E. WOODRUFF, April 15.-2t E. 8. PECK. A CARD. Two komltreg at the United States Hotel have just put up a new sign over their bar. and it has been delicately hinted to them that it needs wetting. , and as they do not wish to injure the reputation of friend Nightingill, they have concluded to take the hint without a kick ; therefore ail dry hombrei are invited to call, this day. at 11 o'clock, and take a snap. Old Cook on hand. PECK k SMITH Auction Sale, By .T. B. STARK &lt;fc CO., Seventy-fire Frame House* at Benicia. ON TUBS DA V. May *th, mi. J. B. Starr A Co. will sell at auction seven-ty-five Itramo* houses complete, built according to the following fica...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Herald — 17 April 1851
Cilg &lt;Prbtnmutr AN ORDINANCE relative to the city Printing. Skc. 1. The Common Council of Maryeville do ordain aa follows, That the Finance Committee lie and are hereby authorized and instructed to make and enter into arrangements with the proprietors of the * 4 MarysTiiie Herald," for the publication of all ordinances passed by this board, and such other printing as may be directed by them for city purposes, upon such terms as shall be | most economical and advantageous. Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, ' That no ordinance shall be published j for a longer time than two weeks, at the expense of the city. L. W. Ransom, Pres't. Passed April 15th, 1851. R. H. Taylor, Clerk. S. At. MILES, Mayor. .1 .V ORDIXA NCEfor the repeal, of an Ordinance entitled 1 An Ordinance to promote the better observance of the Sabbath/ Sec. 1. The Common Council of Ma-; ryfcville do ordain as follows: That the ; ordinance entitled An ordinance to pro-1 mote the better observance of the Sab- 1 ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Herald — 17 April 1851
Steamboat* &amp;"c. Notice to Shippers. &gt; Eg" "t'REIGHT for M» "•■HHL -T ryeville and intermediate landings, received on board our Store Ship, tree of storage. and forwarded immediately, without delay or expense to shippers, by COLVILLE * CO. Forwarding, Commission ami Steamboat Agents, on board Storesbip. between? K and L streets, SACRAMENTO. al'Mmd PEOPLL^livibr For San Francisco % Sacrtmenio City. EVERY day at 4 P. M. from San Francisco, and 2 P. M. from Sacramento. The well known favorite steamers SENA- • TOR and NEW WORLD, bavin* been fitted up m the best style and having most superior accommodations, will leave as above, ami offer great inducements to uravaltsrs.Fretght taken at the lowest rates. For furj tber particulars spply to CHAS MINTURN, Agent. S'*n Francisco, i and CAPT. W. T WATERS, A gift t, I m 22 3md Sacramento City. _—32 Tri-Weekly Packet, From MaryxriUe, to SarramcnioCit'j'THE Steamboat CAPTAIN SUT TF.R, Thomas Gray. Master, will run regularly ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Herald — 17 April 1851
Banket s Ainrtiiicmtnt Cauniiigliam &lt;£• Brumagini, ; C street between Second snd Tbud streets, MARYSVILLE Drafts on the East, and Stats and Ccmnty scrip for sale. Gold dust purchased st tbc highest rates. aJtf &gt;V.\ K it CO. Montzoincry Strrxt. San Frrmcvtco BILLS or EXCHANGE ON BARING, Bros. A Co., London, Hottenc'.rr A Co., Pars. J. W. Clark A Co.. Boston Bebee. Ludlow A Co, New York. Maunsel White A Co.. New Orleans. L A. Benoist A Co., St. l.ouis, at sight or on tune, and in sums to suit. tiold Dust efcipped snd insured to the principal Atlar'.ic cities, and the Bank of England, nrjru utd PAGE, BACON A Co, J Street, north side, between 4th and Mh, SACRMENTO CITV. snd on Montgomery Street, SAN FRANCISCO, nRA W at sight or on time, in sums to suit purchasers, on DREW. ROBINSON A Co. New York. ATLANTIC BANK.. Boston F. A VAN DYKE, Jr. 4k Co. Phdsdelphia8. JONES (V Co ..Pittsburgh. T. S. GOODMAN A Co Cincinnati. HUTCHINGS &amp; Co. Louisville. I JAS CONN...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Herald — 17 April 1851
Auction Sale*. Catalogue of Auction Sales P Y O. 11. /&gt;KIKSON * CO Fr«i»t ■ * »fw, ercond d«r ««4 of H)|ll atraat Kr.day mom.B*. April iTlk., at I » o clock A. M. OH Peiraon Auctioneer 1 &lt;**» It* Manilla «ugar. in mat* 3ft hide niM pork, 2000 Mliltlli Ropr. . M quarter aackaaop Club flour. warrant Mt, fc» ha't neeka romnM ttrmr. ®n J :rUSs. —'*■ MM Ihe (M bran* wmie and eofewwd, MUD lb* s'ipmur wigar cured ham* -io bov"-. «p*rm candle* »•» hoxee Mar and ada man tuw candle* 15 10 *aU knw of goklen »yrwp, J hWa t «H»Ia«MM *, t bb'.e of Muudrie* art d.« can# (reah lohitm, 3 doa J 16 cer»« frceh &lt;&gt; rater* luuti Iba crwahed auger, 1«N) Iba »up* ru&gt;r tobacco. 13 d««a dork American playing card* I*) boiee white bar aoap, 3ft cawre aveortod pickle*. Bom* ehoee. cloth ma aod bti pain whit* red and Met blanket* Uqttort, VQ galte eupcrtor French htnad, .a bbia and keg*. I bbie wtuaky,*old tye and Xnouaeabcia. !■» caaee eopetu»r brandy, i 3...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Herald — 17 April 1851
CipresMs. Gregory's Great Pacific and Atlantic Express, Te Ch iu Saitdwie* hiawh and Ore fan. To nil the Allanhe nwd M e»ttim Ulalt*. and by CoiW . celebrated fa* Stramen, Uallparte of Erentp£ A SPEC! AI. tttcmeager will be dispatched Mr rw) Mm«. leaving 3aa Frencieco. Lr 111 ol Ik itm porta. Gold Packages. Parade wj Letter*, isrniW end meured •( tke t«y U«m rata. I ,c!'rr» to'anti from StciMKufo Qly and Sen Prancnci daily at 25 sad &lt;0 mu. •!-1 &lt;m 4 Dm end vUßr,Tata&gt;Mc package** at the lowest rale*. \ B .Sor»l drefu a* Now Vail tor ask. Gold Dual bought, Ac. Ofßce &gt;l Ike C.:y fUkerr. FirK M , M*rvs"*B4lll F K ' MRiU " I ' k * e ° L Palru«-r &lt;fe Co's Express JVom MarysrilU to Sarraxtento (Sty, San Francisco ami all parts of tk* Vnited Stales. PACKAGES of every description J forwarded sixi rfeiiwed with tfce utmoal d,»vnet*. &lt;ioU dwH am other *aiaao*« proper y iaiw»d a«pu»*? ail naka and forwartled to all part* of ibe l...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Herald — 17 April 1851
PtjeiasMiim kp tt»c Aonwr. I Proclamation. WHEREAS the U-jnaiatare of the State of California, did on the 14th mat. patac an At to repeal the Act eo- " titkii -An Act lor the belter re gelation of the minea. aad the government of foreign miner*,' 1 approved April 13, 1860. Now, therefore, 1, John JieDonjai. Governor of the State of Caltforraa. do deciare the act aforeaaid, re- ■ luinnjj of ali foreigner* to pay a tax of ' twenty dollar* per month for the pnvi- ' lege of working the placer* in thia 1 atafie. to be from the dale hereof abol--1 iahed aad of no etfcct. And all colleet- ' on of «ud foreign miner*' tax, are hereby nouSed of the exiateaee «f the repeal of Mid law, and are required to ' ceaae from the further collection of •ftid tgT In witnea* whereof I have caused the Great Seal of the State to be hereunto aiSxed. Done at the City of San lone, the 14th day of March, A. D., ISSI, and of the State the 2nd. JNO. McDOUGAL. ' By Uic (Jovernor. i W. Va* VooaHtta, Sec. of Stata. ...