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TO 00MC8T0KDEISTS. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Herald — 8 May 1851
TO 00MC8T0KDEISTS. Common:tat:-«e for pabtaeatbm. «r «n ba*»n*a« r fMKtt- «tUt Ude o«c« at»«td taa addraaaad to • Marye»&gt;Ua tiitrnkl," an Uuu in t&amp;* crent of on* erb"Tbtna ll4itarMtir«n; tbay may beatMndari to wrtiatut (Ma/. It &lt;•&lt;«» Aetata chat earraepoodeeca for f button. aid baaieaaa Utiera, ar" addreaard v. one of tbe pernor*. uurMK abaea&lt;e,*nd tbey ar«. u&gt;«ra&lt;ere. ex* opeaed natal Ma return. and the iapn of lime aomauinea SMKtera Utocn unarai labia.
CALIFORNIA LAND CLAIM6'. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Herald — 8 May 1851
CALIFORNIA LAND CLAIM6'. As the " bill to ascertain and settle the private land claiti.s in the State of f alilornta'' contains matters of interest to all wiio hold property in this country whether by grant or otherwise, we gite a rynupsis of it, for the benefit of oar readers. Section first constitutes a commission of three persons to be appointed by the President. and to continue three years unless discontinued by hitn 9. Provides for the appointment of a socretary. versed io the Spanish and English languages, whose doty it shall be to act as interpreter and keep a record of the proceedings of the commission. s J. Authorizes the appointment offive clerks, by the commission. 4. Authorizes the President to appoint an agent skilled in Spanish to superintend the interests of the United S La tea, and to collect testimony, and to attend the sittings of the hoard whenever a claimant shall take depositions. 5 Requires the commissioners to bold sossiuis at such times and places u the Presi...
ilcwt by the Sew Oriru*. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Herald — 8 May 1851
ilcwt by the Sew Oriru*. The steamship New Orleans, Capt. Wood, arrived at San Francisco on Saturday afternoon about 4 o'clock. She left Panama on the 15th of April, and brings 200 passengers. The news is nine days later than that received by the last arrival, having brought papers from New Tork to the 23th of March. She brings no mail. We regret to learn that Major Gen. Brooke, U. S. A. who was ordered to relieve Major Gen. Smith of this coast died at San Antonia, Texas The new steamer Brother Jonathan, which left New York for C'hagres about the 20th of March, with a large number of passengers, had the misfortune to break one of her wheels when about 600 miles from New York. She was therefore compelled to pot about and run into Norfolk for repairs. Her passengers speak in high term* of her qualities as a sea boat, and expressed their determination mostly to remain with her. The steamers Ohio and Geo. W. Kendall, burst their boilers on the Mississippi river in the latter part of Mar...
Whig Xc«P«rk»' Bmr. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Herald — 8 May 1851
Whig Xc«P«rk»' Bmr. At a niii lHf of the Whigs of Parks 5 Bar, Yuba County, held at the office of j James Nash, Esq., on the eveniag of the 3d day of May, CoL J. D. Oldham was , chosen Chairman, and Dr. S. Steward, Secretary. On motion it was lesolved that a committee of three be appointed to in-, troduce resolutions for the consideration of the meeting. Whereupon the following named gentlemen were appointed upon said committee, to wit: Thomas My rick, James Nash, and Col. Taylor, who reported the following, which were unanimously adopted by the meeting. Whereas, it is the duty of Whigs everywhere to unfold their banners, so that their principles may be seen and read of all men. therefore: Resolved, That we respond most heartily to the call of our fellow Whigs , •f Marysville, to organize and commu-! nicate With the Whigs elsewhere in reference to the immutable principles of our creed and party. Resolved, That we are in favor of a reform in the Legislative and Judicial departments o...
Farther Particulars ml the Su FUa. ■hi fit*. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Herald — 8 May 1851
Farther Particulars ml the Su F Ua . ■hi fit*. The officer! of the Custom House saved the specie of the office by casting U into a well. About $1,000,000 were saved in this way. The books of the department were nearly all saved. The Book Keeper of the Union Hotel, Mr. Willard, was not lost, as reported. Messrs. Ward well, Smith, &amp;, Toppan, who were reported to have been burned to death, are ail alive. Gen. James Wilson, although severely burned, is considered by his phvsician entirely out of danger. The Banking houses will all resume busiuess in the course o( the week. When Burgoyne &amp; Co's safe was opened, one million and a half of dollars was taken out, not singed or damaged in the least The books, all the papers, deposits, &amp;c.,came out fresh and free from the least blemish. Mr. B. Peyton, reported as having been burned to death, is alive and but slightly injured. Mr. Thomas Cahill, also reported as burned, was injured but slightly. His brother E...
€' III I ( •■(Mil. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Herald — 8 May 1851
€' III I ( •■(Mil. Mat 5, 1851. The Council met in accordance with the charter. Present, His Hon. the Mayor, Aid. Ransom, Tall man. shaeffer'and Rice. Minutes oflast meeting read and ap-' proved. The committee on Wharves and Landings, to whom was referred th«» petition of Thomas Gray, for the privilege of laying a store boat at any of the landings of the city, reported adversely ' to the petition. Report received and adopted. Aid. Rice offered the following: Hesolned, That the Street Commissioner be and is hereby Instructed to take the necessary steps to jmprove the gutter on north side of First street. I where it cro*se» Maiden Lane and L&gt; street. Adopted. Aid. Sharller introduced an ordinance regulating Salaries and Fees, i which on motion of Aid. Ransom was referred to the committee on Ordinances. # On motion the council adjourned to Tuesday evening, 13ih inst. Real Estate at Auction to-day. — A rare chance for a splendid business ' location offers itself 10-day. Messr...
Tke Flowery PlaiS. ST VVSSOS. 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Herald — 8 May 1851
Tke Flowery PlaiS. ST VVSSOS. 4 The roay fingered morn Pw ilt to floweni whicn adorn The snuliiig plain , Invrteaua to innate The soft breathing gate Whicb floats o'er the raie, Bedewed by rate. Though the ratne now hare stopped, Tbe piare wbere they dropped Feels their infloeoce yet; And the odors that there, Now perraUi-ig the air. Rise from flowerets rare, 1 ai Jul never tbrgrt. Ah 1 what bard would require Any theme for his lyre More lovely than tins 1 Such a scene eon unpart To the sensitive heart A charm higher then art— A beaveoly bliss' There at morn the birds sing, And the evening doth bring, A calm, holy hour; And glad nature looks up From the sweet, liny cup Of many a flowr. It scemeth the while That the Deity's senile Each blossom is in. And as we pu ear und On this sheen covered ground. How the lieart doth rebound From iu sorrow and sin'
WM|>lllk ©lij l*rlcc» Current. Reported for the Marysviiie Herald by FARJSH ADAMS & CO. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Herald — 8 May 1851
WM|&gt;lllk ©lij l*rlcc» Current. Reported for the Marysviiie Herald by FARJSH ADAMS &amp; CO. Auction aud Commission Merchant!. MABTOVILLE,'2Dth;ApriI, Uttl. i Crackers—Water IS a an Sugar 25 " Butter 25 " Fancy 30 Boot»—Heavy pegged per do*. $19 a 20 I.ong grained M .... 40 a6O ( Coffe*—Greea Rio 20 a 21 1 Candh* Sperm &amp;o 'Adamantine ''onJagc Manilla Small 25 a3O Mackerel—Wo. I in 1-2 bbla til » Fruits- -Knglish Walnut* 20 a 25 Dried Apples - li o 2" M " Peachea 25 ! Sardines— Half boxes o 9 • Shovels— Ames C. &amp; l«»ng handle., nominal short " .... nominal i Axes Collins, pr doz 10 o 25 Oa American .. ' Parley 7 a 9 Com—Sound &amp; a Liquors—B'ndy, Otsrd smallp'kg... 2 2#a J j '• American in bbls. Pr gal. 128 I " Whisky old rye per gal.... 200 #210 Ale Per doz Porter- Per do* - .6 (Champagne Cider 4 50 a 6 o&amp; Molasses in kegs per gal 75 a 91 Syrup n small packages $1 a 1 20 Provisions Clear Pork pr bbl ®2S " Mes* " extra 2...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Herald — 8 May 1851
SAMUEL KUAXNAN, Candidate for Governor, Subject to (lie Demurrant: nomination■prjfi.lm ' Strays. r PAKEN up on the Sucker Rancho, X on Honcui Creek, one miie above th»' cro««ing of the upper ffwrtHf river road. the i follow a* eatraya; one black horae. brandei! with T Con left nUouider and hip; one aorrel horse Spamah brand; one bey atud no brand; one sorrel horae, branded with M on the ahoulder; one grav mare wuh 5 on ahoulder; "Oe aorrel mule with Xpaniah brand. The above inunal* will be kept on aaid ran&lt; h for thirtr day*, and if not called for wiUfthen be sold to pay chargea. K F PIATT A Co. May«, 1651. may*-2t law Valuable Real Estate AT AUCTION, « v FARTSII, ADAMS \CO AN Saturday May 17, 1861, at the United State# Hotel at 10 o'clock a. m the following very deairablc lots, auuated ad joining and*Vn the immedtatg neighborhood of the Court Hawae in Wiyiißt. Lota 19, *». 2% 2\ 7S and -26. being aubdivi &lt;wona of north half of block 3 in range F frontma on Eaa...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Herald — 8 May 1851
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Herald — 8 May 1851
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Herald — 8 May 1851
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Herald — 8 May 1851
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