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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 31 January 1860
THE MARYSVILLE DAILY APPEAL, RIJHUSHED KVLRY MORNING (SUDAY EXCEFTEM) At No. 01 D Street! UP STAIR?, BY G. W. BLOOIt &amp; CO. G. W. BLOOR. 0. W. DKRICKBOX, W. V. HT.OOK. $4 - AilvcrLiecmi iits inaorted on the most reasonable term*. Agency Notice* —Mr. C. A. CRANE is our only authorized Agent in Sun Francisco to receive advertisements and subscriptions, receipt for the same, and to transact business generally, for the DAILY APPEAL. Office No. 172 Montgomery street, between Washington and Jackson, opposite the Lyceum, San Francisco.
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 31 January 1860
MISCELLANEOUS. CI. ARMSTROXFT, UNION SHOE STORE, No. 43 I&gt; Street, MAHYSVILLE. THE Stock in this establishment, at the 191 present time, if unusually large and varied, fll and will be constantly replenished and kept * l^-full. I shall endeavor, as heretofore, to keep a superior quality of Goods, and I guarantee to sell them as low as goods of the same quality can be bought in the State. To the people of Marysville and surrounding country, who have patronized me so liberally during the last two years. I return my grateful acknowledgments. and I hope, by fair dealing, to retain their confidence and patronage. No. -43 D. st„ next door to the office of the Califo C °- o. ARMSTRONG. JOHN 11. TEMEIV'T, Cor. First «t. and Commercial Alley, WHOLESALE DEALER IS FLOUR, GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES, MINING IMPLEMENTS, &amp;c., 4c., Ac. ALSO, has constantly on hand BARLEY, POTATOES, ONIONS. BEANS, aud GROUND FEED; ail of which he will soil at the lowest ma...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 31 January 1860
PROFESSIONAL. R. S. HGMICK, ATTORNEY AT LAW, OFFICE —Corner of and First streets, lip stairs, jan2omy MARYSVILLE, CAL. G. N. SVVKZY, AT T ORXEY A T LA W, MARYSVILLE, CAL. OFFlCE—C'urner First and High streets, up stair#, jau23-my ( HAS. O. lIUBBARD, ATTORNEY AT LAW, And Notary Public. OFFICE— &amp;6 I) Street. MABYBTILLI. jan23. C. K. DK LONG, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Omen—Scholl's Building, (up stairs,) D street, jan23-iny MARYSVILLE. REARDAN &amp; SMITH, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, D Street, botween Ist aud 2d, ja23-my Marysville. H. K. MITCHELL, ATTORNEY AT LAW, No. 45 D street, over tlie California Stage Office, jan23-my MARYSVILLK. F. L. HATCH, DISTRICT ATTORNEY. OFFICE— Ovur Wells, Fargo 4 Co.'s, jan2S-my MARTSYILLK. CHAS. R. FILKINS, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. Orricc— Cor of High street and the Plaza, over Low Kro.'s Bank, jan23-my MARYSVILLE. JOHN T. MCCARTY, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. OFFICE— No. 70, D. Street, up stairs. ja23-my MAKTSVILLE. B. FRANKLIN HOLLIS, ARTI...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 31 January 1860
HOTELS, &amp;C. MERCHANTS' HOTEL, First Hired, Murynvlllc, California. Til'' undersigned respectfully inform their friends and tlio traveling public; also ■EjlJi those wishing a more p. ruianent Home, JBiliL that tliey have leaned the above well-known and popular establishment, and intend keeping it as a FIRST CLASS HOTEL, in every department. By reason of experience, and strict attention to tho wants of onr quests, we hop- to merit and rccciVD » liberal patronaei. Bar and Billiard Room* first floor. Office up stairs. House is open all night. jan23-my CHI'UCHILL A STANTON. United Slates Hotel, CORNER OK C AND THIRD STREETS, MAITITILII. STOK.KS A. SHIKLDS PROPRIETORS. &gt;IT|IT, THE Proprietors would respectfully infMfml form tlieir friends and the public that they HH!!!1 liave recently, at great expense, fitted up BPtl''lLthis NEW HOTEL, in a stylo unsurpassed by any house in the city, and are now prepared to accommodate all who may desire GOOD LIVING, a well ventila...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 31 January 1860
SALOONS. J. H. DOUGHERTY• UHIOM SALOOX, l&gt; STRLKT, ABOVE SECOXD, Marynvlllt. HAVING OPENED THIS WELL KNOWN establishment recently, 1 would inform my friend* and patron* that I liave on hand a choice •took of LUtIIORS ALES and WINEM, And are well prepared to refresh the Inner man with any ityle of beverage desired. Connected with my Saloon is an Oyster stand, where may bo obtained at any hour, Oysters, Craba, Clami, *e., cot up in every imaginable stylo, and warranted to give satisfaction. Harry Dougherty 111 always be happy to see hia friends Ja23-my F. W, OETZIER, D ITRIET,OPPOSITE THEATER. jan23my MERCHANTS' HOTEL SALOOK. J OHM IS HAPPY TO ANNOUNCE to his old patrona and the public generally, that he Is again at hli Old Stand, THE MERCHANTS' HOTIL BAR, where he will continue to pan out the same good old drinki and cigars at 12}$ ceata. BILLIARD TABLES alwayi la order. jan23-my JOHN K. CONKLIN. MAGNOLIA SALOON. a-, sr. Mciariiaa, D It,, M Daor from Ist. Jan23-my MOUNTAIN...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 31 January 1860
Vmm MARWIWB DAILY AJTEAL la delivered by our Carrier, to Bnbacrlton ia the city, at the very moderate charge of FAT AILS TO Tat CARRItR. We bare let our termi, for copiee delivered by mail, at the following reasonable ratee: Oxi YIAR (in advance) - $• 09 Six MONTHS, 5 09 THME MONTHS, , , . 300 OUR OROVILLE AOENT.— Thomaa Callow, Eeq., to our duly authorized agent In Oroville. He will furnUli the paper to 'nubucriber* and receive tad receipt for advertiaementa for the APPRO, la that city.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 31 January 1860
BEES. —It is a great sight to see the operations of Doctor Teegarden's bees. Out of eighty-four hives, with which he started from New York on the sth of December, he has sixty-eight left, all in the best condition. The bees are very busily at work, and come to their hives heavily laden with their sweet burdens. Think of bees makiug honey in January ! These of which wc speak, gather their honey from the buds of the Doctor's fruit trees, and from the willows on the sfcugh below his house. He intends to make bee raising an important branch of his business. It cannot fail to be successful, for California is proving itself to be one of the best bee countries in the world. People used to think that bees would not swarm here. That notion was shown to be a fallacy long ago, however. Good gracious! wont't this be adeliciouscouutry when honey and beeswax can be passed current for store clothes, cud the like, just as they are in Ohio and " Dixey's land!" GOOD IDEA.— A few day 3 ago. our Sacram...
The CHlaese Question. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 31 January 1860
The CHlaese Question. We see that the "People's Protective Union," of San Francisco, has memorialized the Legislature upon the Chinese, setting forth objections to their labor. &amp;e. This is but one of the murmurings of our people oTer the presence among us of a race of people with whom the white race can have no affiliation or common interest, and who arc an injury to the character aud profit of labor. What is the best plan to be adopted towards these people, is a question which is as important as it is dillicult of solution. These people are quartered upon us, and are likely to stay here, and the question is not, how are we to get rid of them, but how are we to best get along with them. Moves have been made by miners to have them driven from the gold tields. However justifiable the miners may be in wishing to be ridden of these pest.s we must confess that we believe that in no other condition than as workers in the mines can the Chinese be j at all tolerated. Prohibit th...
Sacramento Correspondent*. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 31 January 1860
Sacramento Correspondent*. [From our own Correspondent.J SACRAMENTO, Jan. 29, 18(30. EDITOE APPEAL : — This you know is Sunday night, and you would not hoar your correspondent dwell long upon se cular employment, such as writing letters for a newspaper. The day has been very fine, and '• the young, the gay, the proud," have been out walking, riding and church going, and the streets have some of the time presented a very "well dressed appearance." I journeyed on foot, in company with an old tune friend, along the margin of the Sacramento, in asoutherly direction, and we gazed with admiration upon corn patches, hobbled horses, leafless undergrowth, and the muddy waters of the Sacramento. We saw the former rural home 01' your old friend G. Qhapinan, comedian, and it seemed to recognize us. Speaking of that old time friend, I must reprove you—'Mrreverant ribald "as you are, for the assault upon the judiciary system of our State,as related by you in Saturday's APPEAL. You should stand in...
An Irrcpreaitible Conflict. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 31 January 1860
An Irrcpreaitible Conflict. A delightful row is just at present being kicked up in the Democratic camp. The patriots of the Custom House, suffering from the sore-headedness which so often follows an unsuccessful attempt at ascendency in tho political scale, pitch, and have pitched into Latham and his friends, and the triumphant Senator and his allies fight back like good fellows. W'e ;ay this is a delightful row, because we like to see it going on and making things lively. Some of the writers for the San Francisco National are the toughest kind of customers in a wordy war, and they say things, which if not of the most mild and dove-like nature, are at least, pointed and sharp, end full of spiteful vim. The Standard receives all the National's points in its buckler, and shoots back at its fast and furious assailant as vali.mtly and vigorously as we could wish. Let 'em fight, and «fter they have "Fit ami fit, And gouged and bit. And wallowed in the luud, Till all the ground For throe ...
TE I.lllt .11* lIIX'. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 31 January 1860
TE I.lllt .11* lI IX'. [BY UNION TELEGRAPH LINE]. REPORTED FOR THE MARYSVILLE DAILY APPEAL. SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 30. The Atlantic and Pacific Steamship Company's mail steamer Orizaba, arrived here this morning about 7 o'clock, from Panama, with the mails that left New York on the sth of January. The news by this arrival was anticipated by the Sonora. Some SG,OOO are said to have been raised toward the monument for Broderick. It is to be erected on one of the highest points in Lone Mountain Cemetery. A document against Coolvism in California will be sent to Sacramento this afternoon. It is two hundred and forty feet long, and estimated to contain 11,000 signatures. A petition is in circulation to-day, requesting Beard of Supervisors to appropriate Sl,"&gt;0,000 for the erection of a State House, provided the Capitol be removed to San Francisco. GRASS VALLEY, Jan. 00. —Alexander Jeffries, brother of Wm. Jeffries, of San Francisco, was drowned in a drift here today. together wit...
Sail Francisco Jlorkrlt, [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 31 January 1860
Sail Francisco Jlorkrlt, BAN FRAXCISCO, Jan. 30. Fl.ni/H—Unciiangi'it; Wheat llurl&lt;-y's2.2o; Oats 3J.50; I'utatocs $l.l-]1.15; Coffee lS}' 2 o. LAUNCH. —The clipper-built, copperfastened, side-wheel, (»«-side) liigh-prea-surc steam plug ''Spitfire," was launched 1 from the dry dock, near the foot of High i street, last evening. As the proud vessel kissed the blood-red waters of the wide ' and widening stream that is to be her fa- j tnre element, a shout thai made the welkin ring went up from the vast assemblage that had gathered near to witness her consignment to the crimsoned Yuba. The ''Spitfire'' is of large dimensions, fore and aft and boamwise, has a long, airy social saloon, a several horse power vascillating engine, and carries two safetyvalves. which work with self-adjusting crow bars. Like Cleopatra's barge, "her poop is beaten gold." ller boilers were made at the Marysville Foundry, or llrewery. we have forgotten which. She is to be commanded by Captain .Tack Il...
I Olntrlct Court, [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 31 January 1860
I Olntrlct Court, HON. K. M. ULISS. JUDGE. MONDAY J&lt;UJ. AOTL Venisc returned with 3G names. Joshua Cuiey vs. Sophia Casey. Continued. C. Patterson, H. D. Nelson and D. D. Hunter excused from jury duty. People vs R. M. Turner. Change of venue granted to Butte County. Samuel Rice vs. J. W. Mahoney. Demurrer argued and overruled. Given until Saturday to tile answer. People vs. Thos. McKinnev. Plea of not guilty. Rowe and DeLong appointed counsel. Jury empannelled. Case to be tried on the 31st. Guthrie vs. Thornburgh. Decree in favor of plaintiff tiled. Algeir vs. Webb, et al, Algier et al vs Webb, et al. Salentine nnd Saleutine vs. Webb et nl. Judgment by default in favor of plaintiffs. Court adjourned until to-morrow, at 10 o'clock A. M. A HOAX —We tire informed that a welldressed and apparently lady-like woman, is traveling over the country selling tickets for a raille, to come off at the Orleans Hotel, in this city, for a magnificent set of laces, valued at several hundre...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 31 January 1860
Jlotlcc to Agent* and Subscriber*. It is desirable aud important to us, that our agents and subscribers, when sending their orders for the Appeal, should state through what medium they wish their papers sent—whether by Mail or Express, and if by Express, which one. Orders are pouring in upon us every day, and wo desire to fill them promptly and properly. Will our friends please remember, and attend to the above request.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 31 January 1860
AMI'SMMENTS. MARYSVILU THEATRE. Under the Direction of . . . MI!. LEWIS ItAKEIi. THE GREAT STAR COMPANY. FOR ON*E NIGHT ONLY. Tiiemlaj I-'vi-nlll p. •Titiiiinry 31, Will Ik'given the most extraordinary and exciting Drama over written, of TIIE CORSICA* RROTIIRS ! THE BROTHERS, - - - MltS. A. F. BAKER M. Chateau Renaud, • • - Mr. Lewis Baker After which, th? laughable Farce, entitled Turn out, or the Gnrnged Politician PRICES OF ADMISSION: Dress Circle and Farquettc - - - fl 00 Upper Tier. • 60 Orchestra Seat*. 1 50 Private Boxes, - 500 Box efflce open from 10 in. t&gt;l p. 111. ASSAY OFFICES. MARYSVILLE PIONEER Afssay Office, it. EIARRI* &amp; CO., [Successor to Harris &amp; Murchand,] B Street, war the corner of Fecond. M AUYBVILLE. Also—7 3 •! street, Sacramento, ami 105 Sacramento street, Ban Francisco. Will continue to carry on tin* bnriness ulMeltiag, ReOiling ami Ahxaj lag Grold and Oros, OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. WK Ot'AI'ANTEK the correctness of our Assays...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 31 January 1860
AUCTION. H. BARiIiETT, AUOTIONBEIi, l&gt;. STEKT, MAHYHVULK, INFORMS the public he in ready, ut all tim»s . to attend to the wauls of those who wish l,j| services for the salo of GllOt'KßlKg, WHY GOODS, —AND— Merchandise Generally. REAL ESTATE AT PCM. IC ACCTIOX 01! MIR ATE SALT HEFUE X C £ S; F.M.RAMIREZ, CAPT. PHENIX, FALKNEIt 4 BELL. CHAS. COVILLAIL W. 11. SAMPSOX,And the inhabitants generally of thocity. AUCTION S'fflßr OF GROCERIES AND LIQUORS H HARNETT, Auctioneer, will sell at pnhlic • auction, cii Tuesday morning, January si 1SOO; nt 10 o'clock, "t ''is store,on D street, n Largii lot of Groceries and Liquors, in large or small packages. Terms cash. GRAND BALL AGRICULTURAL, HORTICULTURAL MECHANICS* SOCIKTV OF THE NORTHERN DlfiT. CALIFORNIA. To be given at the I'AVILLION in Marysville, NT VALENTIFE'S DAY, Tuesday Bvening, FW»T"rSiI», iB6O. MANAGERS. John C. Fall, P. J. Welsh. John A. Pax ton, James Galloway, • 'has. E. IleLong, Thus. \V. Loekhart, Henry Gilman, Chas. ...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 31 January 1860
OBITUARY. —That coon of John Lottery's has gone to that undiscovered potatoe patch, from whose hills no coon ever returns. Slanderous rumor has it, that the dear departed was so indiscreet us to wander so far from his home and the path of virtue as to enter a chicken Ji'iuse, then and there to commit depreilatio." 1 * u l )0n feathered occupants, and that he\ Vfts f,hot whi,c so (1 " We cannot belie' vc ,hat co °" to kIVC bec ' n guilty of so dis&gt;" e3t atld cul P ab,l! "" '.l • „ i,n ' v ever, and may never .ict. llcisgone.no. v • again sport with innocc nt dogs. or r,llj his dirty paws all over our .'' a&gt; ) ,I,nlH • loons. We could better auord f&gt; l°* e a better coon. ROSESUAUM'S BITTERS. —N. B. Jacobs, Esq., of the firm of Jacobs &amp; Co., the sole agents in San Francisco for Rosenbaum's Bitters, called on us yesterday and made the APPEAL one of the mediums for ad- ; vertising the sterling qualities of his Bitters. Mr. Jacobs is supposed t...