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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 22 March 1860
ACCIDENTALLY SHOT. —As will be pretty generally made public through the papers, an attachee of this otfiv o was accidentally shot in the muscular part of his left thigh, on Tuesday night. lie was trying to | "conquer a peace " between two hellig- i erents, and as many another advisatorv 1 J outsider before him has been served, he j pot his compensation tor mixing up in a i muss, in the fashion alluded to. The ! casualty reminds us of John Plnrnix's verses over lhe death of Jcamcs Ilambrick, ■which we here quote: DIRGE ON THE DM AT II OF .IK A MES lIAMmm K. lit MB. ORION W. MI'PGK, F.SQ. It was on June the tenth our heart* were very sad for it was by an awful accident We lost H fine young lad Jeamcs Hambiiek w.n his name ami alas u v &gt; h;&amp; io* to you I tell the »aiue he wan iiccideutally *hot on the ptncu* river side the f«uii w..s very hot and it M there he fill and died where he was accidentally s»hot on the road his character g&lt;&gt;od with...
Carrying Concealed Weapons—and I'alng the Same. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 22 March 1860
Carrying Concealed Weapons—and I'alng the Same. It is a laborious, expensive and troublesome practice, this tiling of lugging around pistols and knives in fear or de- | sire of a fight that will justify the shed- | ding of blood. The act of carrying a pistol or a big knife involves considerable I work, and no trilling degree of wear and j te.ir of garments. Derringers wear out t pockets : bowie knives and pistols injure the external texture of waistbands, and | coats are often made to set badly by the i protruding of illy disposed weapons. Then | again, there is the labor ofearrying theui, the expense attending their original purchase, and their constant repair and troqueut loading, besides the large share of attention which they claim and receive. Perhaps a man may wear out the most unmentionable part of a dozen uuinentionablesbv carrying a very effective and costly revolver, and yet in a long and interesting career, never use it in combat with an enemy or in defense from robbers, ...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 22 March 1860
HIGH Oi,n JURORS. —Two jurors, named Martin and Green, were tried before Judge Searls, in Nevada, on Monday last, charged with accepting money from a Mrs. Gcrhart in consideration of deciding a case in her favor, in which she was a party. We clip the following in regard to the case from the Nevada Democrat of yesterday : i On Monday morning the two jurors were called up by Judge Searls, who gave . them ti severe lecture, and spoke in just I terms of the heniousness of the offense, j llr 6Hi&lt;i it was a matter of doubt as to I whether tliev had received niouey from j Mrs. Gerhnrt, but they bad gone voluni tarily to her room, and by their own adt missions allowed her to hold out induce- j I ments to decide the case in her favor, and | in this respect had disobeyed the positive i injunction of the Court. He told them in conclusion, that should they ever be summoned to serve on a jury again in his Court, they had only to let it be known that they were the Martin and the Green'...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 22 March 1860
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. WIT VVlT.O—lni!ii&lt;«liitt«&gt;|y, a l;«un«ifor ;• I ▼ ▼ hotel in Sh'ista. W.igen s4') and tare paid. Apj.lv at ST.MIL A. CO.'S Cjty Intelligvn» % «»Office. No. UO D Btro&lt; t. bet, lift and 2d. WA\Ti:i&gt; —lirnn«'(liali'ly. :i » li in I •« &lt; riii;i i&lt; I fur Oroville. Miildh' ag«'d woman pitferred; al&gt;o more wmneu l«»r the cmiutry. Apply at ST AIIL »V CO. S City Intelligence Oflice, No. Jt*» l» Htp't't. bet. Ist ;1Int 2c|. WANTLIJ —Jmmciliatel v, tliree nbeep shearer*; aNo several good farm hands. Ap- | ply i.t ST AIII. A: CO. S City Intelligence office. j No* 30 D itreot) bet, 1-' mul 2d. WAN'TKU —A girl, (Ctcrnian preferred; fin- No | vada, in a private family, at per tnontli I and fare paid. Apply at STAIIL «v CO.'S City Intelligence Office. No. .'lO I) street. bet. Ist and 2d. WANTKh —A good woman to m.ikc herself! generally useful about a boarding house in Alleghany town. Wages s4n p&...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 22 March 1860
ASSAY OFFICES. MARYSVILLE PIONEER Assay Office. 11. Il l Kill* &amp; CO., [Snivi'ssor t(i Harris A Marchnud.j K Street, near the corner «&gt;f Second. f MAKYSVILLE. i Al?*«» —73 J street. Sacramento, mid 105 Sacramento street, San Francisco. Will continue to carry on the tuinncss of Melting. Rrflnliig and ASHAJ lug Cr old and Oro s, OK KVEHY DESCRIPTION. WE GI ARANTEE the correctness or-mr Ah- ' says. »ni» hind &lt;iui'Hi'l ves to pay the differ- i dices that may arise with any of the U. S. Mints, i Keturns made in from ♦'» t«» 12 hours, in H \KS or • COIN*. 4K£-Speeimens of Quartz Assayed and valued. TKKMS OF ASSAYING—The same as in Sao Francisco. jani'J-my 11. HAKIMS A CO. ii. w. TIIE\LI M CIIAS. A. KKYtfEK. Assay Office. —UK—THEALIi &amp; CO., SUCCESSOR TO JUSTII k Ht'STER, NO. 102. FIRST ST.. BETWEEN !&gt; AND HIGH, Marysville. GOLD AND ORES OK EVERY DESCRIPTION, At. nn Francisco rates, and Keturns made in BAIIS OK LMTKI) STATES COIN, with...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 22 March 1860
AUCTION. M. BAttilExi^ auctiobjj,' D. STEKT, * INFORMS the public he j. roadv to attend to flie wants of tlioni'Ji 1 ,in »i Hi-rvioei for the •»!&lt;• of ** wUo *i«b £ OKOCKRIEB, DRY GOODS, i«lerchandi«ic &gt; Ciener»i|y i HEAL ESTATE A T PUBLIC AUCTMX OK VRIV A TK * U K KKItKNCKS: KM. RAMIKKZ, Capt MW,. KAI.KNKII * BELL, CHAB ttro» X W. 11. SAMPSON, Allll &gt;'»' InhnliitantM pnerully „f t i l( , RING 8 a iij
our own Correspondent.] ■ Lgieuto Corre»pon«lence. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 22 March 1860
our own Correspondent.] ■ Lgieuto Corre»pon«lence. r I sacraMKNTO, March 20, 1800. ■ Appeal There is much bloodB ED 'l'going on at the gay Capitol just at ■"^ 4od allfor the glorious Union; of States, but the Tuion of enterprise —the Sacramento 1 B;Anthony, the senior proprietor, Kfcllle' l «I'°" t0 ca " c a Mr ' Stribliu «&gt; K 'day Jld s0 " S " Co,n l ,lai » eJ \ . 0 n j on did him injustice in some W" anil expressed the opinion that »» u r K desired S. to pay tor the insertion 111 M Union of an answer. A. said S. ■ Ike ('»!«• gaTC A ' the lie back- A ' Eed in * ith llis ca " C ' tt " (i '* t0 Eve got the best of it. The cane got Rrokeu. To-day, Folger, the local items Khe Union, was accosted abruptly and ■lively by H. M. (horse market) FerV ji e tried to slide oil", and avoid a Y l ' y eu t in a saloou, and came out. ■Siill Ferguson loudened, and finally, as-. ■ s uffliD" * pugilistic attitude, received a ■ld one from Folger s fist, which black■j M eve. Ferguson got some...
TELE U K .1 J* lift', [BY UNION TELEGRAPH MNE], RKPUKTKD FOR THK MARTSVILLt li.ilL? API'K.O. SA.N FRANCISCO, March 21. Lan Fr*ncUco News—Union Party-Board Land Comuilmlontri, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 22 March 1860
TELE U K .1 J* lift', [BY UNION TELEGRAPH MNE], RKPUKTKD FOR THK MARTSVILLt li.ilL? API'K.O. SA.N FRANCISCO, March 21. Lan Fr*ncUco News—Union PartyBoard Land Comuilmlontri, &amp;c. No news of importance. Steamer Washington left here to-day for Panama, as a reserved boat. Movement on foot to organize a Union Party in this State. Overland mail stage arrived here today at 3 o'clock, with three through passengers. Chase trial still progressing in the police court. Judge McAllister ordered a decree to be entered affirming the decree of the Board of Land Commissioners in case of United States vs. M. J. Vallejo el at. The case involving title to Vallejo Benicia and the Salem Benicia and the valuable government reservation. No arrivals.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 22 March 1860
BALLS. —The editor of the San Francisco Gleaner denounces all balls as foolish, and he asks : "Could you imagine the prophet Daniel attending a ball? Do you actually think Moses could have rendered himself ridiculous by making from two to five thousand wheel-abouts in a ball-room ? Could you for an instant think of the prophet Elijah in the stupid ligure of a man iixed up in a dress-coat, with two wings behind, jumping about the room facing a girl who acts as foolishly as himself?" We doubt very much whether Daniel ever dunced a Polka or Cotilion in his life, and can well doubt, with the (Jleaner, whether Elijah ever wore a swallow-tailed coat. But we don't suppose that such facts make much against dancing. Perhaps Daniel didn't know how. Moses never had much opportunity for such amusements, as lie was very busy all his life in trying to keep his countrymen out ot mischief. As for Elijah, lie could do things so much more wonderful than dancing, that probably lie never tried. Those o...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 22 March 1860
SPEC I A \J NOTI C E S. "The Union Mimt and Shall toe Pre-»erved.,,-r-ALthough tho Fanatics of the North ami the Fire-caters of tho .South have determined to dissolve the Union, I. s. BOWMAN CO. are Htill more firmly determined to prevent it by selling the very finest of HAVANA CIGARS at 151 1-5J cents each; and finally, for tho benefit of the "dear people," they will sell FOUR CIOARS FOR TWENTY-FIVE CENTS. marl2-my N. B. JACOBS 6l CO., DEALERS IX LOS ANGELKS AND SONOMA WIN BP, AXD ■lo«cnl»aiiur* Bittern, HOWARD'S BUILDING, Cor* SaiiHome and Commercial at*#, jan3l-my SAN FRANCISCO. Tile following letter, which emphatically speaks for itself, was written by the Dean of the Faculty of the Philadelphia College of Medicine, to the editors of the PacificJVlodical and Surgical Journal, San Francisco, for publication: PHILADELPHIA, January 17.1859. To Hit Kitof the J'urijic Meilical ami Surf/intl Journal: —Gentlemen: My attention has lieen called to an article in the December numlter of yo...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 22 March 1860
BANKERS. REYNOLDS BROS. BANKERS, No. 14-54, Tlilrd Street, JUarysvtlle, PIUCIIASE KOLU BAHS AND GOLD DI'ST, At bust markut r»t«*. innkv advances on Hold Hum consigned to tho I'. S. Mint for coinage. K-BELL EASTERN KXI'HAUK u* In «ums 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 lusuraucu in the best Loudon Companies. Attend to COLLECTIONS, and transact a General Hanking business. QUICKSILVER. Agency Gaudalnpe Mines. Santa Clara. A large supply constantly on hand, and for sale at San Francisco Agents' rates. jan23-my REYNOLDS BROS. J J. H. 11. JEWF.TT, J. A. PAXTOJt. DECKER, JEWETT &amp;PAXTOX, ANKBB MARYBVILLE. Banking Hour* from 0 a.m. to 4 p.in. AI) V ANC K S O N UST FOH ABBAT AT V. S. MINT.' CHECKS AT l*Alt ON PARROTT &amp; CO., SAN FRANCISCO, ;b. f. sl co. SACRAMENTO. OUR SltillT AND TIME DRAFTS ON AMERICAN EXCHANGE BANK, Available in the principal cities of the Un...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 22 March 1860
BOOKS, &amp;C. BOOKS! BOOKS!! BOOKS!!! STATIONERY, MUSIC! FAN CV ARTICLES! 'new music AT THE Mary s villo tools. MUSIC STOKE! WIJSTAVE AMY, Respectfully calls the uttention of liisold friends and patrons and the public in general to his 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 j VERTU WRITING MATERIALS, ETC., ETC. All of which he offers for sale at tin; most favorable rates. This is the largest ami best selected stock of j tin? kind north ot San Francisco, and is scarcely j equaled in the State. He also has on hand a large supply of that invaluable work—. BANCROFT'S CALIFORNIA LAWYER AND FORM BOOK. ll&lt;* is in constant receipt of all the choicest Magazines, Periodicals and Papers, the latest sheet Music, ami new books of every kind at WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. The attention of INTERIOR MERCHANTS is solicited to his very complete ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 22 March 1860
CLOTHING. CITY OF PARIS. TO THE PEOPLK OF Mivry« v i 11 e AND VICINITY. THE STORE LATELY OCCUPIED BY S WORMS &amp; CO. WILL BK RE-OPENED ON OK ABOUT THE First of* March, —WITH ANh.STIKK NEW STOCK OF Staple and Fancy LATELY IMPORTED From the East and France. THE OLD STOCK ST ILL O N HA X U -WILL BE SOLD—FOR THIRTY DAYS LONUUH. Fifty per cent, below Cost! It is the intent inn of the New Firm to sell Goods Offer i ll IN THIS MAItKET. AT WHOLESALE AM) KET AIL. 96' An early cull is solicited. feb29-my] GODCIIAUX BROS. &amp; CO. DRY GOODS SELLING OFF AT COST!! ! L. COHIV &amp; CO., SELLING TIIEIB ENTIRE STOCK OF BTAPLE AND FANCY DRY UOODS AT First Cost Price, To make room for » large SPRING STOCK!!! Remember the Place* EMPIRE DRY GOODS STORE, 110 Second Street, feti'2-inv MAKYSVILLE. CHEAP OTEIXG | 11. &amp; CO., I MERCHANT TAILORS AND Fashionable Clothier*, Are now silling their large .-stock of WINTER CLOTHING AT IMPORTED COST, To make room for a large st...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 22 March 1860
MISCELLANEOUS. "-U MARYSVILLE PARK SPRING MEETINU. 1860. IN consequeuce of arrangfinents having been entered into between Mr. Coombs, owner of "Ashland," aud Col. K. S. Lathrop, owner of "Langford." and the Proprietor of tlie Marysville I'ark. to have the Great Four Mile Race come off at the above course, in which will be entered the celebrated homes above named, and in order to give sufficient time for the stock from a distance to be broo ght upon the ground, which will comprise the finest in the country, the day for the races has been POSTPONED from April 2.3d. to Monday, Ttli Day ol* May, When they will positively come off, at the Park under the* Rules of the Marysville Jockey Club. FIRST DAY—Monday, May 7th. Purse sloo, for two year olds, for the following named counties—Yuba. Sutler. Uutte. Tehama and Colusa, lu this race none will be allowed to run except they are two ydirs old in May. SECOND DAY—Tuesday May Bth. Purse $l5O, mile heats, for all three year olds. Colts to be thr...