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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 26 March 1860
Tl&gt; YjyQXE DAILY APPEAL, _ #m iT MOKXIW (SUSBAT MPIPMB) kt N*. 61 D Street, CP stairs, jy 0 . W. B _LO Olt &amp; C O. „ JIOOR «• w DKRICKSON, W. F. BLOOR. AJtW tl»emciits inserted oti the moat reason- "" able terms. '" Notice.— Mr. C. A. CRANE is our Agent in Sao Francisco to receive J •""J _ t4 a nd subscriptions, receipt for the "Sio transact business generally, for tlio office No. 172 Montgomery street, ffuhingti-n and Jackson, opposite the jui Francisco. hr jNIS afpA f irtK T\Ha IxoiDEJtT. —On one of the I* r bridges of Ghent stand two large inagea of father and son, who ob-t-ed this distinguished mark of the addition of their fellow citizens by the lloifinf incidents : Both the father and 1 fferf) for some offence against the late condemned to die. Some favorable Ircumstances appearing for the son. he L granted a remission of his sentence, Uer certain provisions—in short, he was fpred a pardon on a most barbarous conition, viz., that he would become the lecut...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 26 March 1860
MISCELLANEOUS. RACES !! RACES!!! m MARYSVILLE PARK SPHISU MEETING, 1860. IN consequence of arrangements having l»eeii ent«rwl into between Mr. Coombs, owner of "Ashland,'' ami Col. K. 8. Lathrop, owner of "Lungford.*' and the Proprietor of the Marysville Park, to have the Great Four Mile Race coine off at the a hove course, in which will be entered the celebrated horses above named, and in order to give sufticieut time for the stock from a distauce to be brought upon the ground, which will comprise the fluest in the country, the dny for the race* has been l*O3TPONKI) from April 23d, to Tlon&lt;lav, 7th Day oi* Hay, When they will positively come off, at the Park under the Kules of the Marysville Jockey Club. FIRST DAY—Monday, May 7th. Purse $l5O. for two year olds, for the following named counties—Yuba. Gutter. Butte. Tehama and Colusa, fu this race none will be allowed to ruu except they are two years old in May. SECOND DAY-—Tuesday May Bth. Purse $l5O, mile heats, for all ...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 26 March 1860
PROFESSIONAL. S. C. TOMPKINS, KXAMINKK OK TITLES, NOTARY PUBLIC AND CONVEYANCER. ABSTRACTS OK TITLES given with the most perfect accuracy, «t tlie shortest notice, both for Vuba and Sutter counties. Office —No. 76 1) street, opposite St. Nicholas Hotel, Marysville. jan23-my I. C. MCQUAID, 8. HL'LBIKT, Timbuctoo. McQ,UAlD 4l HKliBlRT, ATTORNEYS ANI&gt; COUNSELLORS AT LAW, Marysville. Cal. Office on Second street, opposite tha Western Hotel, near tin- Istud Office. fel&gt;21my JOHN T. McLEAN, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. OFFICE —ft street. above Second direct. Residence corner dixth and High dtrectd. [feb28-tny Is. LASVIONES, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, OFFICE—D dtrcct, near the Theatre, frbi!S-niy Marysville. R. 8. MBSICK, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Office—Corner of High anil First streetd. up dtaird, Jsn23my MARYSVILLE, CAL. O. N. SWEZ1, ATTORNEY AT LAW, MARYSVILLE, Cal. OFFICE—Corner First and High street., up stairs, jan'23-niy CHAS. O. HUBBARD, ATTORNEY AT LAW, And Notary Public. Offi...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 26 March 1860
HOTELS, &amp;C. m WESTERN HOUSE. Corner D aud Second Street*, Marysvllle. PRICKS: | lloarii per week. $0 00 , Board with lodging per week, - to $l2 00 | Single meal 50 cents , Lodging per night, ... so rwM to $1 00 GOOD ACCOMMODATIONS FOR FAMILIES. G. WOODWARD, jan27-3in Proprietor. United States Hotel, CORNER OF C AND THIRD STREETS, Maiisviul i STOKES St, SHlßtiDS.........l'R&lt;ii-itiKToRD. STOKES SHIELDS.... Proprietor*. MTHE Proprietor* would respectfully inform their friends mid the public that they have recently, at great expense, fitted up this NEW HOTEL. in a style !lh.itiri&gt;io""'ii ouse in the city, and are now prepared to accommodate all who may desire GOOD 1.1 VINO, a well ventilated ROOM, or a HOOD BED. Mr. Stokes in well known as the former proprietor of "Charley's Restaurant." where he wan acknowlodged as the beat caterer in the city; hi* reputation is therefore moat favorably established. Ilia old friends an* respectfully invited to cull at ...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 26 March 1860
OK STORK. THOUAK. fiILLICiAW, WHOLESALE DEALER IN Wiveii and Liquorn, Ilieu STBKET, BETWEEN FIRST AKD SJSCONO. HAVING opened a WHOLESALE WINE and LIQUOR STOKE, ax above, he begs to Inform hid friend* ami the public that he will constantly keep on hand articles of the beet quality. Marysville, Jan. 23. JanZt-roy Golden WhlaKy. MADE FROM WHEAT. IT 18 UNSURPASSED EITHER AS A TONIC or beverage. Portions using this celebrated Whisky will find it free from those poisonous substances which produce the flerj, burning sensation so much complained of in all other Whiskies and alcoholic liquids. The medicinal qualities of the Golden Whisky are acknowledged by the medical faculty, and all othert who have used it. Its rich, mellow flavor, fine and snutoth to the taste, recommends it to the public favor. It is put up iu barrels and half barrels, and sold by all the principalapothecariesand dealvrs throughout the country. Each package will be accompanied with a copy right card, without which none ...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 26 March 1860
THX MABYBTILLE DAILY APFIAL Ii 4eli»snd by our Ctrrlrr, to Sahacrlbers in tIM city, it Ike very moderate ckup of K.~l W V T « t FATASU TO Till CAMUI*. We have set oar term*, for copies delivered by nail at the following reasonable rates: On YIA« (In advance* |l Ot Six MONTHS. .......... § OF Tumi MOMTBS, g Ot&gt; Oua OHOTILLK Aattrr.—Thoaaa Callow, Kaq.. is «mr duly authorited agent in OtortUe. It* will furnish the paper to subsrribera and receive aad receipt for advertisements for the ArrtAL in that city. ®&amp;f fails Ura Aor.vcr AT Umii's BAR JsA|«r Rand, b|. is our authorize*] agent at Onsle'ys liar, Yuba county. lie will receive subscriptions and receipt Mr advertisement* for the APPEAL A Dravs mf IHsk Balls. The following is supposed to have been written a century ago. by Sir Boyle Roche, a member of the Irish Parliament. The letter wan areused to a friend in London, \ and i« old enough to be new to nine readers out of ten : MY DKAK SlK. —Having, now a little p...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 26 March 1860
LUMBER. —Hudson, Willey * Cruine are up to their even in the lumber business. See their advertisement, niui buy their lumber. —• ■ ♦ —— MABYSVILLK WATER COMPANY. —Those who take water from this company, those who intend to do so, .uiii the public generally, would do well to read the advertisement headed a* above in this morning's APPEAL. Therein will lie found a plain table of prices, and the rules and regulations to be complied with by those interested. It would be well to cut out the advertisement, and keep it for reference iu case any misunderstanding should occur. THE NEW CITY OFFICERS. —One week from to-day the newly elected city officers will be sworn in We hope none of them will have occasion to apply to themselves old Bill Shakspeare's lines : "Thi« now nnil R M geou* pum* in. mnjr.t), Bit» not so *MV 011 iu&lt; as you think." THE FREE HKIPUE. —The attention of the render is directed loan advertisement in another column, concerning the contemplated free bridge across...
Domestic Items. [EXCLUSIVELY TO THB APPEAL.] CONTINUED AND CONCLUDED. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 26 March 1860
Domestic Items. [EXCLUSIVELY TO THB APPEAL.] CONTINUED AND CONCLUDED. While John is cleansing our Brussells carpet, two clouds, one of dust and another of inspiration, creep over us. The aroma of our pipe gratefully ascends about our cerebrum, and our fingers instinctively grasp our editorial lead pencil. Our chamber, so to speak, is the beltry of the hotel. Iu it concentrate, and through it pass, all the bell-wires of the various rooms. Lying upon our broad, luxurious couch, we can see the convulsive workings of the wire-pullers, before yet "the ringing of the bell*. So musically K wells On the bosom of the palpitating air.'' But there id a belle, the fairest of the city, and the sweetest toned, that requires uo wire-pulling to ring glad notes iu our ears. Close beside us, and within reach of our sinister Hipper, is a pile of pop-corn, popped by that same &lt;4 ladye faire." We dreamed about that pop-corn, the other night—thought we saw her popping it by a brightly glowing ...
Arrrlvala at the St. Nicholas HICKOK * CO Proprietor*. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 26 March 1860
Arrrlvala at the St. Nicholas HICKOK * CO Proprietor*. SUNDAY, March 25. II Yocum, Sutter K (1 Ferguson, Orovillii II STilden, " M BarmTller. Sacramento W Hunt, mountain! .1 H Ordway. San Kran 11 1) Donne, Hoboken, N Y.I It McKarlan. Eureka N L Childera, Tiinbuc D Hago. San Kran J trichord, " J Hudson. Sacramento A \V Clark. Orovllle ,T Davie, Colusa S M Bonn, " L Leonard, " It Joeepliu. San Kran. G Bonks. Butte co. AII Motcnlf. Sac. river 11 Smith, Orovillo K Brideii, Honcut L Knox. Sac. river 3 Williams. •• B W Mitchell, Nicholaus K II Smith, llotigc &amp; U'dy.l Gliist,
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 26 March 1860
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. MARYSVILLE WATER I'lllll'AU, i so a ck) 4 oo 10 oo i oo 50 :j (HR 7 oo 10 oo oo •jo 10 THE MARYSVILLE WATER CO. beg to submit to the public the following as their established rates fur water on ami alter the first of May, 1S00. Rated for Water per Month. Families—each family of not more than eight persons $'J 00 Over eight and not more than twelve, 4 00 Over twelve and not more than twenty 5 oo Hotels ami boarding houses—each boarder A lodger, including servants transcient boarders and families keeping the house 115 Day boarders *J0 Lodging houses, per bed 15 Hotel bars, saloons, Ate., from *J 00 to 10 00 llathing houses, bathing tubs in hotels *J 00 Uathing tubs in private families 1 00 Stores, warehouses. Ac —for each tenement occupied as a warehouse, office, shop or for any purpose not included in any other classification and not requiring more than ordinary supply of water, from 2 00 to 10 00 Bakeries, for average daily use of flour per barrel, per mouth Irri...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 26 March 1860
w m/ —iuiiiu'diiiti'l}'. three good sheep ▼ ▼ shearer#; also several good farm hands. Apply at .STAIIL &amp; ('O.'S City Intelligence office. No. 86 I&gt; street, l»«'t. l*t and 3d. WANTKh —A girl, (German preferred)for Ne vada. in a private family, at $35 per month find fare paid. Apply at STAIIL »v CO/8 City Intelligence Office. No. 36 l&gt; street, bet. Ist and 3d* WANTED —A good wouian to make herself generally useful about a boarding house in Alleghany town. Wages $4O per month. Apply at ST AML &amp; CO.'S City Intelligence Olfice. N0.86 1&gt; street, bet. Ist and 2d. WANTKU —Some four or five good cooks for the city and country. Wages from £5O to 570 per month. Apply at ST AH L A CO/8 City Intelligence Office, No. 36 D street, bet. Ist and 3d. WANTKD —All persons who want good situations to apply at STAIIL &amp; CO/S City Intelligence Office, No. 36 I) street. I»et. Ist and 2d
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 26 March 1860
AUCTION. H. HARNETT, AUOTIOKTEa^ D. STEKT, MARYSVILLE, ' INFORMS the public he is ready, nt ~n .• to attend to the wants of those who I®' services for the sale of *"k ki GROCERIES, DRY GOODa —AND— *' Merchandise Generall) REAL ESTATE AT PUBLIC AUCTION OR I'KIYATt, SAL L R EFLLENCES: F. M. RAMIREZ, Capt. ri\\u FALKNER K HELL, CIIAS. COVLII,, W. 11. SAMPSON, SPUING BYYH rm H -A. T S. ~ K. M K I SSI)()H K K E J iuforiiin his friend* aud the pnblictU he introduced tho Spring Style I^HATSk On Saturday, February Jlsih f WHICH llA*' 8K1..V ADOI'TKI* I*Y THE BOARD OF TRADE OF SAX FRANCISCO. Which for Neatness, Finish ami durabilit) CAWWOT BE EXCELLED He lias also on hand the Excellent Z0 U A V E STY LE 0 F II AT; Already well-known in tliiscity forcomfnrtand i. B —A LSO— Constantly on hand the largest assortment„( FRENCH AND NEW YOKK SOFT HATS, In all styles, shade of color ami quality. Al«u.n LATEST STVI, E or LADIES' RIDING, YOUTHS' AND INFANTS' Hats and Caps. &amp;c., &am...
mYov Bet, Barkeep." [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 26 March 1860
mYov Bet, Barkeep." u 0«io' !iAL Fragment, (surreptitiously abstracted from the editor's port-folio.) 'fl, e above somewhat ambiguous ex- . inn which is in fact an invitation to # # i j. ttil or imaginary spiritual dispensers to |, M inl indefinite amounts upon certain iitfrttin matters and things, had its origin in the days of Attilla, the dreaded ting of the Huns. That insatiate, mercij(jS warrior, wont to perpetrate acts of vandalism more barbarious than even the most vicious and malignant of the Vand»|s themselves, cruel and blood-thirsty he doubtless was, cherished certain strange, wild habits, which at times led him into wonderful adventures, and once, when at the head of his devastating legions, and while upon a march to the eternal city, he stopped for the night at a little village in the heart of the Alps, about .ft mile and three-quarters from where liisfaithful followers were encamped, The host of the caravansarie, at irbich lie stopped for the night, was an old warrior, ...
TEhEOMtAM* MM M€. [BY UNION TELKORAPU LINE). RKPORTKD FOR TH.'. M.VRTHTII.LK DAILT APPEAL. Sail FtuncUco Stwt. More Telegraph Communication—Great Rnali for Waxlioe—Weather, *c., [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 26 March 1860
TEhEOMtAM* MM M€. [BY UNION TELKORAPU LINE). RKPORTKD FOR TH.'. M.VRTHTII.LK DAILT APPEAL. Sail FtuncUco Stwt. More Telegraph Communication— Great Rnali for Waxlioe—Weather, *c., Placervillk, March, 20. The State Telegraph branch line was completed to .this city last night, having been built from Sacramento to Placerville, 49 miles, in 10 and a half working days. The rush for the Carson Valley mines is still increasing. Hotels are crowded, and crowds are leaving every day. Many are detained for want of means of getting over the mountains. Horses and mules are very scarce, and the stage seats engaged ahead. Freight from 20 to 40cents per pound, from here to Virginia city. Several families passed through to-day with their household furniture, cows, calves, &lt;fcc. The weather yesterday and to-day has been warm and pleasant, the snow fast disappearing from the mountains. Ron Roy McGhkuoh. —Professor Anderson, the great " Rob Rob" of the North, is advertised to perform at San A...