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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 27 March 1860
THE MARYSVILLE DAILY APPEAL I c . delivered h\ ..nr farrier in the city, at the very moderate charge of 23 Cents Per Wook, PAY VRLK TO THE CARRIER. \\ t- ha\«- -ft our term*, tV»i* copies delivered by mail at the following reasonable rates: ON* VIA P. (in advance) • 8 00 Six MONTHS. - - - • S 00 TIIRKE MONTHS. 3 00 Ova ORUVILI.K Aut.iT.—Thumn. Callow. K*q.. in uiir duly authorized agent in OroTiile. lie will furnish the paper to anbacrilwra ami receive and receipt fin- advertisements for the APPKAI. in that city. Ihc ilailit JVppcaL Oi?R AOE.XCV AT OCHLEY'S H\R. —.l NT~[X r Hand, KWJ . is our authorized agent at Ousln'ys l!ar. Yubn county. lit! will receive subscriptions and receipt for advertisements for the APPKAI.. Prom I'rnillce. A Chicago prtpcr alluding to the recently published letter of the late Gen. Qnitmnu in relation to the formerly avowed opinions ot Mr. Douglas as to Squatter Sovereignty, asks " what Douglas thinks of the dead witness against him." We guess that he wish...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 27 March 1860
silver excitement at Nevada scents to have "petered out." The latest assay gives about one ounce of solid silver to the cubic mile of ground, and the general impression now is that nothing has been discovered that will pay for working. So says the Grass Valley National. THANK VBK, SAM. —Sum lleaton, the eminent express wagon driver, has a right to our acknowledgments for a big bunch of beautiful wild (lowers and other kind attentions, yesterday. ACCIDENTALLY SIIOT. —We are informed that a boy about fourteen years old, whose name we were unable to learn, accidentally shot himself in the leg, while out hunting, on Monday. The wound is not of a dangerous nature. . ■ ♦ I'KKSONAL. —Our sanctum was honored, yesterday, with a visit from our mountain brother editor, Mr. Wm. S. Byrne, of the Mountain Messenger. He looks as handsome and contented as one could wish to. SoPEßiFEßors. —One Soper, as the Mountain Messenger tells us, was caught, a few evenings since, robbing the till of Union Hote...
Mnrynvtlle nnd Northern Sierra. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 27 March 1860
Mnrynvtlle nnd Northern Sierra. Under the above head, the Mountain I Messenger of last Saturday presents an ! article, the basis of which is the relations jof Marys villi- with that part of Sierra i county, the people of which are now asking to be s#t off into a new county, to be , called Alturag. Assuming the position j that the trad? of Northern Sierra is of vast value and importance to Marvsville | —as it doubtless is—the Messenger seems | to be of the idea that the press of this city has failed of urging a measure of great importance to our prosperity, in not advocating more strenuously the construction of a wagon road from La Porte to Jamison City, which road is considered ! a superior route to the Washoe country. Through this road, as the Messenger argues, Marvsville would secure, not only an increase of trade from Northern Sierra county, but from Washoe. Undoubtedly this would be so,: and while admitting this and the duty of our city journalists to advocate the speedy buildin...
(From our own Correspondent.) SMramtnto Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 27 March 1860
(From our own Correspondent.) SMramtnto Correspondence. SACRAMENTO, March 25, 1860. EDITOR APPEAL : —Our boys in the Assembly have had a grand spree during the past two or three days. Nothing but fun, or rather dismal attempts at fun, characterized the proceedings of Thursday and j Friday. Saturday was occupied in questions of privilege upon the tattling newspapers, which had the impudence to re- ! port the drolleries of members. It is un : necessary to say that Fairchild was at the bottom of the whole matter, for he is : considered by some to be the '•bottom'' iof the Assembly. He plays the "transformation scene" with much effect. The olil gentleman gave a graud review, on Friday, of his own career, and of much of the doings of the present Legislature. He was on his feet an hour or so, speaking right on, without regard to the vociferous calls to order by the Speaker, or to the funny interruptions of members. It was a most ridiculous spectacle, and one I that would have broken up an...
To THE LYNN SHOEMAKERS.—As a fellow mechanic, we would offer encouragement to the shoemakers of Lynn : " Strike, 'till your last armed foe expire*." [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 27 March 1860
To THE LYNN SHOEMAKERS. —As a fellow mechanic, we would offer encouragement to the shoemakers of Lynn : " Strike, 'till your last armed foe expire*." A BIM.IARD MATCH. —A Melican man and a China cuss commenced playing billiards, the other day. at I'oker Flat, for a dollar a game and the championship of Canon creek. The game, we are told, was quite protracted ; and after hours of intense excitement—small bets coming in from theoutside—the citizen ofthe United States quit in disgust : the dowry individual having won all the games. The vanquished gamester can only attribute his defeat to the opium-smoker's extensive knowledge of the use of the &lt; jvrue. Ml. Me**enger. CALIFORNIA CENTRAL RAILROAD. —We were, yesterday informed by Mr. Chenery, ofthe firm of Chenery, Binney k C &gt;., the contractors engaged in the work of buil- j ding the section of the California Central j ISailroad between Folsom and Lincoln —a i distance of eighteen and one-half miles that the grading...
Arrrtvali at the St. Nlchola*. HICKOK A. CO. Proprietor*. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 27 March 1860
Arrrtvali at the St. Nlchola*. HICKOK A. CO. Proprietor*. Sl'NiuY. March 25. Tlt Slinnnou and wife. T F Mui'sh. Col nan. Mm &gt;1 C Ciillbrotli. .1 .lout's, " Mrs M ,1 Kceting. .1 Davis, Sacramento. J Root. Sun Fran. C N Joukius. Itutliiml. A S Itundall, city. Dr 1! W Storting. Swisot'd, F WIIHOU, city. J Devolt. I'ark'* Bur. .1 M Cleveland, city. I. Stono, Sutter. I, Itosonbiium. Oroville. I 1 Skillmati, Nevada. WI, Kidney, Sun Fran. A Itrijit-'H, •• I. Deringer, Oroville. F Oothold, Sacramento. I. Andrews. •• T W Allen, liangor. II Moonev. Tehama.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 27 March 1860
I. O. 0. F.—Thi' stockholders in tlio "Odd Fellows' ll.ill Association" iire requested to meet at the Hall THIS (Tuesday) EVENING, March 27th. A punctual attendance is requested, as business of importance will be submitted for their consideration. Per order of President. ('HAS. L. TIIOMAS, Secr'y, NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. A Card, To the public and the self-exhausting Dentist who has the professional deceit, or the grossest ignorance to recommend his Sulf-exhaiisting Skeleton Plate a late improvement of his own, which happens to be fifteen years old. Ilobby No, 1. Teeth fill***! with chemically pure gold. Hobby No. 2. Stone filling. Hobby No. i». .Subduing the con tract ion of metals. Hobby No. 4. Self-ex ha u*ting machine on suctiou plates. I can't see how thi- self-exhauster can advertise such flaming cards, and l ink his valuable repuatationand professional capacity iu recommending such trash to the public. All respectabl eand scientific Dentists, are using continuous gum work iu their...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 27 March 1860
ASSAY OFFICES. MARYSVILLE PIONEER say Office. H. HARRIS &amp; CO., [Successor to Harris &amp; Marchand,] JB Street, near the corner of Second, MARYSVILLE. Also—73 «f street, Sacramento. nnd 105 Sacramento street, San Francisco, i Will continue to carry on the buriness of Melt* Ing, Reflnlng and Allaying Grold and Oros v OF KVKKY DESCRIPTION. WE GUARANTEE the correctness of our Assays, and bind ourselves to pay the difler- | enccs that may arise with any of the U. 8. Mints. Ileturiis made in from ti to 12 hours, in IJAKS or COIN. -.Specimens of Quartz Assayed and valued. j TKKMJJ OK AdsATi.No—The same as in San Francisco. janiltt-my H. HAKIMS A CO. 11. w. THKALL, I'llAS. A. KKTSKR. iay Office. THEAL L &amp; CO., XUCCKraoR TO JI'STII k nt'XTKn, NO. 102. FIRST ST.. BETWEEN D AND 111011, Marysville. GOLD ANI) ORES OF KVKRY DESCRIPTION, At San Francisco rate*, and Returns made in lIAKS OH I'MTKh STATUS COIN, within nix hours. Oui Assays arc guaranteed, and liars d...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 27 March 1860
AUCTION. H. BAR\|;tx -a-xroTioasrsii^ D. STEET, MAHVSVi lls INFORMS the public be i» ready «. to attend to the wanta of thou »i. •ervicea for the mile of g *Uh GROCERIES, DRY UOOn. —AND— us &gt; Merchandise General^ REAL ESTATE AT I'L'HLIC AUCTION UK J'IIIVATI: K KFItKNCKS: F. M. RAMIUKZ. t'tr KALKNKH A BKI.L, C'ilj W. It. SAMPSON. r.TTTHiiTjm Jinn i,|j l Cam. Pl\x,V CHAS.COVi I^ r
ike failg appeal. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 27 March 1860
ike failg appeal. 'MOLLIS MALONE A vagabond pro tem. ofou" (Dominus Iripodis) had the audau| impudence to open a letter which 'becousin of Mollie Malone—darlin'—had na as a salve for our wounded feel•ent t° u . . ft nd yesterday morning that same ,# tf» b ond, after making disrespectful al- „ to our damaged propulsive powers, Iu3l0» . took occasion to say some awful things "nceroing Mollie, of so hideous and delved nature, (the remarks, not Mollie) that up o " ,lis "PP ettlunce our sublime ttieuce- yesterday morning, we rung the John and had him swept out of olJfl)( i)irimcnt, among the balance of the bbish. There he yet lie&gt;. Sweet Mol|jf here is what your cousin has written ill: MUD SPINOS, March 20, 1860. M». MIOHELS :—Syinpajhy for the misfortune* o'' a fellow laborer, must be my apology for addressing a few lines of condolence to you, an entire stranger to me. Without au your narrow escape from immediate death is without a ||. Such another '-case'' is not likely to o...
COMMON COUNCIL. KKG I'LAll MKKTIXU. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 27 March 1860
COMMON COUNCIL. KKG I'LAll MKKTIXU. MONDAY EVENING, March 26. Council met pursuant to adjournment. Present—His Honor the Mayor, President Fowler. Aldermen, Covilaud, Ellis, Davis, Love, Wood, Welsh, Mann, Otis, Jewettand Teuneiit. Minutes of previous meeting read and approved. Petition by President Fowler, from ''bas. I,inn, was referred to the Committee on Public liuildings and Grounds. Petition by Aid. Love, from sundry citizens, for the use of the room formerly occupied by the Salamanders, for the mettwjs of a benevolent society. Laid on übie temporarily. Committee on Streets and Roads reported adversely to paying lor gravel furnished by J. P. Kirwin. Report rcferred back to saiue committee, with inductions to ascertain how many loads •ere received by them, and to report at neit meeting. Report of Commitiee on Finance, in regard to Marshal's vouchers, received. Report from same committee iu favor of allowing sundrv bills, amounting to §472 03. Same Committee reported back several...
TELE PMC. [BY UNION TKLIBQItAPII LINK). REPORTED FOB THE M4RYBTIU.F DAII.T APPEAL. ARRIVAL. OF THE OVERLAND MAIL. Two Day*' Later from Bt> Liuii, [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 27 March 1860
TELE PMC. [BY UNION TKLIBQ ItAPII LINK). REPORTED FOB THE M4RYBTIU.F DAII.T APPEAL. ARRIVAL. OF THE OVERLAND MAIL. Two Day*' Later from Bt&gt; Liuii, SAN FRANCISCO, March 26. The following two days' later news by overland mail, is from the Ilulletin: ST. Locia, March 6.—The time of holding the National Convention of the Constitutional Union party at Baltimore, has been fixed for the Dth of May. The Mexican treaty is dead beyond question. Senator Wigfali, of Texas, and every Republican Seuator, are said to be opposed to it. It was reported that Mr. McLean would go out to Vera Cruz on the Oth March,clothed with ample authority to protect, with the aid of the U. S. squadron, American citizens sojourning at that place, in case that Vera Cruz, shall be attacked by Miramon. On the evening of the sth March, Lockwood A Co., Naval store, and Finch, Flange &amp; Co.'s catnphene establishment at New York, were burned. Loss §35,000. Congr cantonal. SENATE-—Un thesth, Mr. Maun, o...
San Francisco News. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 27 March 1860
San Francisco News. SAX FRANCISCO, March 20. The number of letters carried by overland. to-day. was 4,605 : and five through passengers. The amount of gold bullion deposited in the Mir.t last week was 211,91)4 ounces, and silver bullion to the amount of §6,f)7O. The amount of money coined was §236,000, mostly iu double engles. The rates of passage per Golden Age are §250 and §225, second cabin. $l5O, steerage §lOO. Steamer Contra Costa broke her shaft on Saturday night. No further damage." Mrs. Kichardson and S. P. Foster were ordered to Stockton Insane Asylum. AKRIVKD—Ship Robin Ilood, 107 days from New Vork. Steamer Senator arrived this evening.
Fatal Affray. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 27 March 1860
Fatal Affray. YRKKA, March 2C. An affray occurred on Scott River Friday last, between George Nelson and Joseph Garrison, in which the former received three shots from a pistol in the hnnds of the latter. The difficulty was in regard to » ditch. Nelson died on the following day. Garrison surrendered to the sheriff, nnd was released on bail.
Robber Caught. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 27 March 1860
Robber Caught. WBAVKR, March 26. A man by the name of Marshall was arrested at Taylor's Flat, Trinity River, last, night, for robbing a house. He stole about §2OO in gold specimens. He says lie is the prisoner who escaped off the boat while on his wav to San (juentin, between Red Hluff and Tehama, some weeks since.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 27 March 1860
S I' KCI A L NoTI C K S . Special Notice. We arc prepared to do all kind* of BOOK and JOB PRINTING in a superior style if workmanship, and at prices ax low as any oflkc in the city. Send in your orders. G. W. lILOOK A CO. Appeal Office. "The Union Unit and Shall be Prenerved."—Although tho Fanatics of the North and the Fire-eatera of the South have determined to dissolve the Union, I. H. BOWMAN Si, CO. are still more firmly determined to prevent it by Belling the very finest of HAVANA CHI A its at 1-4 cents each; and finally, for tho benefit of tho "dear people," they will sell Kou* CIGARS FOB TWKNTT-HVK CENTS. , nmrl2-my N. B. JACOBS Sl CO.™ PF.UKRS IN 1,08 AMIKLKS AND SONOMA WINKS, AND Rosen haunt's Bitters, HOWAHD'B BUILDING, Cor. Sanaoine and Commercial ata., janlil-my SAN Hi A NCI.SCO. REMOVA.IJ. ISA AT PFOHZII Kl M Kit would ren|»eetfuUy inform his friends and the public that he has removed from his old Htund to the Washington Market, next door, whereJhe would lie happy to ser...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 27 March 1860
BANKERS. REYNOLDS BROS. BANKERS, Wo. I*B, Tlilrd Street, Marynvllle, I't'KCIIASE GOLD BARS AND GOLD DUST, At bent inarkvt rutfs. mukv udTHitices on tiolil I&gt;ust consigned tn the U. S. Mint for coinage. *«-SF.LL EASTERN ICXCHAGK «.« In KumN to suit, at current rates. DRAW CHECKS AT PAR ON SAN FRANCISCO AND SACRAMENTO. i Ship Treasure to New York on the most favorable terms, covered by Insurance in the best London Companies. Attend to COLLECTIONS, and transact a General Bunking business. (QUICKSILVER. Agency Uaudalupe Mines, Santa Clara. A large supply constantly on haud. and for sale at San Kranciseo Agents' rates, jan&amp;l-niy RICYNOLDS BROS.J J. H. 11. JEWCTT, J. A. PAXTON. DECKER, JEWETT &amp; PAXTOSI, JIARYSVILLE. ADVANCES ON run A9SAT AT V. I. MINT., CHECKS AT PA It ON PARROTT &amp; CO., lAN FRANCISCO. |B. F. HASTINGS * CO., SACRAMENTO. OCR SIMIIT AND TIMK I iRArTS ON AMERICAN EXCHANGE BANK, Available in the princi|ial clt les of the Union One...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 27 March 1860
BOOKS, &amp;a. BOOKS! BOOKS!! BOOKS!!! STATIONERY, MUSIC! FA NOV ARTICLES! 4c„ Ac. WSIHSI 1. AT THE It Marysville # MUSIC STOKE! «lIBTAVE AiUY, Respectfully calls the attention of his old 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 VERTU WRITING MATERIALS, ETC.. ETC. All of which he offers for sale at the most favorable rates. This is the largest and best selected stock of the kind north ot San Francisco, and is scarcely equaled in the State. He also has on hand a large supply of that invaluable work—&lt; m BANCROFT'S CALIFORNIA LAWYER AND FORM BOOK. He in in constant receipt of all the choicest Magalinen. Periodicals and Papers, the latest sheet Music, and new books of every kind at WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. The attention of INTERIOR MERCHANTS is solicited to his very complete stoc...