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[For the Daliy Appeal.] A Dream. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 31 January 1860
[For the Daliy Appeal.] A Dream. TO MIPS 11. M. R. I've bad a pleasant dream. Hat tie, A pleasant dream of thee— I thought we were a journeying Upon the deep blue flea. A fir a fairy land, Ilattie, liroke through the hazy west, The land that we were seeking Across the Ocean's breast. 1 thought that fairy land, Ilattie, Win decked with fragrant flowers, And angel hands stood beck'niug 'Neath their shadowy bowers. Sunshine lit the sky, Ifattie, While happiness around, Flung lustre o'er our pathway Upon this fairy ground. The angels led the way, Ilatlic, Reside a rippling stream, To gather pearls and flowers And cull some evergreen To deck thy snowy brow, Hattin, And there n wreath entwine, For 1 thought I hoard the whisper Forever! over thine. And then the angels smiled, Ilattie, And softly turned away, Nor listened to our calling A moment longer stay. Just then the morning s-un, Hattin, Infused its silvery beam, Th« vision passed and I awok**, Alas ! to find it but a dreoui. Anil yet...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 31 January 1860
Ihc § iiiljj Appeal. Notice. —Those wl.o may desire to become sul&gt;- * scribe rs to tho DAILY APPEAL, (which, by the way, we furnish «t 2."1 cents per week,) in the event of not making arrangements witii our carrior, MB. JOHN CHURCH, will please call at &lt;&gt;nr office and leave their a Ureases. Persona in the different cities and towns of the State desiring to become AGENTS F"r the AFP*AI. are notified that they can do so upon the most reasonable terms; always providing that they be made known to us as men of respectability and rorrect business habits. U. W. •LOOK &amp; CO.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 31 January 1860
SP K CIA L N OTICES W AIMU'NS, ATTENTION.—A special meeting of your company will he held thin (Tuesday evening) at half-past seven o'clock. Per order D. S. lIVAMS. tVc'.v. MAItYSVILLE TURN VEIJEIN.—A sjiecial meeting of the members of this society will bo heltl tonight, January 31st., at 8 o'clock, at the Hall, cor. Second and High streets. COM'.'W ARKAVOKMKNTH. The follow ing let»«■*■, e:n]7lntiCilUy speaks for itself, was wfiftefi by the Dean of the Faculty of the Philadelphia Collegu of Mi'dicine, to the editors of the Pacitlc Medical and Surgical Journal, San Francisco, for publication: PUILADKIIPIIIA. January 17, 1f59. To OK Edilarso f the MF/lioil aiul Suri/ical | Jouriwl:—(itntlrmim: Mv attention has Imen called | to mi article iii the December number of your Journal. iu regard to the ml ttmiem degree grunted by I the Philadelphia College of Medicine to l)r. L j. Cxapkay. When the. application for the degree was mode to tho Faculty, it was accompanied i&gt;v affidavit...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 31 January 1860
BANKERS. REYNOLDS BROS. BANKERS, No. 14S, Third Street, Htryivillt, PURCHASE GOI.D BARS A\L) GOLD HIST, At best market rates. make advances ou Gold Dust eousigned to the C. S. Mint for coinage. «n- HKLL EASTERN EXCIIAOE'*« In sums to suit, at current rates. DRAW CHECKS AT PAR ON SAX FRANCISCO AND SACRAMENTO. Ship Treasure to New York 011 the most favorable terms, covered by Insurance in tlio best London Companies. Attend to COLLECTIONS, and transact a General Hanking business. QUICKSIIj VER. Agency Gaudalu|&gt;e Mines, Santa Clara. A large supply constantly on hand, and fur sale nt San Francisco Agents' rateß. jan'iS-uiy REYNOLDS BROS. J. It. 11. JEWETT, J. A. PAXTON. DECKER, JEWETT &amp; PATHS, B A KT Z£ X] H. S, MARVSVIM.K. Banking Hour* from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. ADVANCES ON J-JR ASS.tr AT L. S. MINT. CHECKS AT PAR ON PARROTT &amp; CO., SAN FRANCWCO. M. K. HASTINGS ft CO., BiCRAMENTO. cut siqht a:-d tiul sum on AMEMICAJI EXCHANGE BANK, new roRK, Available in th...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 31 January 1860
MISCELLANEOUS. J* 8, ESHOM, MO. 66 THEATER BUILDING. UOO'Tfi .IJVU SHUES CHEAP FOR CASH. Now in storo. a large and well Holfcted slock of Boots, Shoos, c&amp;c., From .ill the best manufacturers in the United States and Franco from the finest to the heaviest. The atention of Ladies is invited to a fine assortment of all the various styles of [Gaiters, IluMktn*, Slipper*, M too numerous to mention. Purchasers will find it to their advantage to call and examine before buying elsewhere, all which I offer at something above cost. Also, connected with the establishment, OILS, CAHPHKNK, &amp;c. f At wholesale and retail, at the lowest market price. Also, Kerosene or Coal Oil* jan26-my. H. S. HOBLITZELL, &amp; SUCCESSOR TO JOSEPH GENELLA, Pioneer Crockery Store, 104 First street, between D and Plaza. "SIGN OF 810 WHITE PITCHER." Jan22-my DRUGS! DRUGS!! DRUGS!!! RICE, COFFIN' 4 CO., REDTN&lt;2TON i CO. 27 D street, 107 Clay street, MARTSYILLI. SAX FWV'CMCO. &...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 31 January 1860
CLOTHING. CHEAP OLOTHIN If. EILKKiVAK &amp; DO,, MERCHANT TAILORS Fa»liionabie ClothirrN. *K now selling their l«g» atock u( WINTER CLOTHI NO AT INPORTKD COST, To make room brikrp atock of SfRI.VG C L OTHI.VG, About to arxlta frctr :■'«» York Cloths, C&amp;ssimeras and Veatings, MADE CP TO ORDER IN A rRE M I I M hT V I, i;. AT THE LOWEST CACH PRICES. Gentlemen pilfering having their SPRING AND SUMMER CLOTHINQ Made to order in New York, can do ao liy leaving their order at H. BILBRNAN A CO.'C. No extra charge tnadc for garments to ordered, and returnable in sixty days JUST RECEIVED, A LARGE INVOICE OF INDUS TAX AND WOOL KNIT GLOVES H EILERMAN A CO. #l, D Street, next door to the Theater, jan23-tf MiRtSTILU. CHOICE &gt;ND SELECTED \VI\i:S A BRAMDIES, WHOLESALE AND BEXAH J. E, DURYEE, RESPECTFULLY M.;S the attention or the alliens of Maryirille, to hta stock of CHOICE WINES AND BRANDIES, Sel*cn-d with care frr Family and Medirinul purW$ tha'l retail in onr '■amp...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 31 January 1860
BOOKS, ±C. BOOKS! BOOKS!! BOOKS!!! ST\TIO N E R Y M I S I r! F A X UY \ KTI C 1. EM! Jk c.. Ac. j I f-?-. .1 A T TII E # Aryavlllo Book. *1 I' S1 &lt; ' STO M E! tiIMAVi: ill, K»»p« r.uii* calls lb.- ittfiiii JU of hisoM frteAris uii l«troas and th- puUl- In general to his NEW AND INCREASED STOCK HOLID A V 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 wblch he offers for sale at the mo«t fkvormble rate*. Thi» la the largest and beat eeleeted atock of the kind north of San Franelaco, and ia scarcely equaled in the State. He also liaa on hand a large supply of that invaluable work— BANCROFT'S CALIFORNIA LAWYER AND FORM BOOK. Ho la in constant receipt of all the choicest Magazines, Periodicals and Paper*, the latest sheet Music, and new books of every kind at WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. The attention of INTERIOR MERCHANTS is solicited to h...
Our Bibf. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 31 January 1860
Our Bibf. Ike fjailg appeal. Did you never see our baby? Little Tot; With her eyes so (park] ing bright, And her skin so lilly white, Lips and cheeks of rosy lightTell you what, She is the sweetest baby in the lot. Ah! she is our only darling; And to me, All her little ways are witty; When she sings her little ditty, Every word is just as pretty As can lieNot another in the city Sweet as she. You don't think so—you ne'er saw her— Wish you could See her with her playthings clattering, Bear her little tongue u chattering. Little dancing feet come pattering— Think you would Love her just as I do. If you should. Every Grandma's ouly darling, I suppose, If as sweet and bright a blossom; I* a treasure to her bosom, And cheering aud enduring As my rose— Heavenly Father, spare them to ui Till life'a«lose. j
The Grave* of Chirlqnl. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 31 January 1860
The Grave* of Chirlqnl. Most of our readers have heard of the guacas of Chiriqui, which attracted so mnch attention about a year ago, inconsequence of the reported discoveries of golden treasures that had been buried with the dead. Some interesting facts with regard to these graves have been published, from time to time, in the Panama Star. Iu that paper of the 12th of January, received by the Sonora, we find the following : There are many persons who express doubts in regard to there being as great a number of graves in Chiriqui as have been reported by those who have visited that province with a view of investigating the subject, usually giving as their resou for entertaining such doubts, that it is imimpossible for any couutry ever to have been so thickly populated as to require so large a portion of its surface to bury its dead. Recent developments go to prove that not only is there a much larger surface of country covered by guacai than was at first supposed, but that many, if ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 31 January 1860
MISCELLANEOUS Stage Departure*. STAGES leave the office Of the California Stage Company. No. 4n 0 street, every morning. for Tehama, Red Bluffs. Shasta. Weavcrvlllc, Yrekaand Jacksonville, 0. T„ at fl o'clock every morning. For Oroville, Pence's Kancli. Dog Town, Bidwell Bar and American Valley, at 6o'clock. Every evening nt 2 o'clock for Oroville. Every evening for Timbuctoo. ltougli and Ready, Green Valley, Nevada and Orleans Flat at 6 o'clock. Every morning for Empire Ranch. Mooney Flat. French Corrall. San J nan, Camptonville and Forest City at fi o'clock. Every morning for Oregon House. Keystone Ranch, New York House, Strawberry Valley; La l'orte, St. Louis and Oibsonville at 8 o'clock. Every evening for Znbrishe's. Dry Creek, Long Bar. and Parks' Bar at 1 Via o'clock. Every other morning for Johnson's Ranch. Virginia. (iold Hill, Ophir and Auburn, at 8 o'clock. Every other morning for Sewall's Ranch. Bangor, i Hansonville. Brownsville and Forbstown at fi o'clock. FIRE PROOF BU...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 31 January 1860
MISCELLANEOUS. *£I¥OTICE!!:« S. GOODMAN &amp; CO., So. 35 D Street, MARYSVILLE. OWING t» the dullness of tlio times and tho scarcity of money, uml wishing to adapt thej prices to the times, we are determined to dispose of 1 our stock at actual New York Cost! Our country customers, and the public generally, rrc respectfully invited to examine for themselves, as we are in earnest in the above. jan'23-my S. GOODMAN. TREES! TREES! TREES! 10,000 Apple, one two ami three years' growth. 3,000 Pear,""one and two " " 0,000 Plum, Apricot and Nectarine. 1,000 Peach. 9,000 Locust, large si/.e. FOR SIZE, BEAUTY AND SYMMETRY, we clmllengo competition. We guarantee all trees true to label. Sales every day at the Nursery and seed depot. No. 9 l&gt; street, next door to the Post Office, j an'2s-t f G EO. LAW S. MANUFACTURER Wagons, Carriages and Buggies, OK EVERY DESCRIPTION. Repairing neatly and Promptly done. t Shop on Third street, opposite the City Hall, jan2s-my JUr.isviLLß. Not...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 31 January 1860
DRY GOODS. T. B. WALKER. J. C. WILSON, J. It. MASON. Walker, Wilson, &amp; Co., DEALERS IN STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S' HOSIERY. ETC. No. 27, D St., cam aitlo, next door to Rico, Coffin,&amp; Co's MARYSVILLE. PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAW 10 ORDTRS. jan'23-my GREAT INDUCE9IENTHII! »T ~ AT COST! In order to make room for shipments of now poods, the undersigned offer at Cost their cntiro and will assorted stoek of FALL AND WINTER GOODS, French ami American Prints at cost, Wool and Silk Dress Goods at cost. Sheeting, Linens and Domestics at cost. Ribbons, Notions and Fancy Goods at cost. Ladies and childrcns' Shoes at cost. Carpets, Druggets, Oil Cloths and Mattings at c«»«t: If you wish to save money in making your purchases call early at jan23-my M. A. BROMBERGER &amp; CO.'S. Cognac. THE BEST BRANDS, AND—OLDEST VINTAGE NOW IN CALIEORNIA, CAN PIC HAD AT CLEVELAND BROS. ALL KINDS WINES AND LIQUORS AT 'Wholesale and Retail, CORNER SECO...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 31 January 1860
I MEDICAL. DR. L. J. CZAPKAY'S PRIVATE MEDICAL AND SURGICAL INSTITUTE, Sacramento St., below Montgomery, (Opposite the Pacific Mail Steamship Co.'s Office.) SAN FRANCISCO. Established in 1854, for the Permanent Cure of nil Private and CJtonic Disease*, and for the Suppression of Quackery. ATTENDING AND RESIDENT PHYSICIAN, L. J. CZAPKAY, M. I)., late in the Hungarian Revolutionary War, Chief Surgeon to the Military Hospital of Pestli, Hungary, late Lectuner on Diseases of Woman and Children, and Honorary Member of the Philadelphia College of Medicine. Jit} ' Particular attention paid to the treatment of diseases peculiar to Woman and Children.* an OFFICII HOIKS —From 9 A. M. till 9P. M. Communications strictly confidential. Permanent cure guaranteed, or no pay. Consultations by letter or otherwise, free. Address Dr. L. J. CZAPKAY, San Francisco, Cul. To the Afflicted. Dr. L. J. CZAPKAY, late of the Hungarian Army, and Honorary Member of the Philadelphia College of Medicine, calls att...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 31 January 1860
MEDICAL. CJPKRMATORBIICEA, or local weakness. nervous ® debility, low spirits, lassitude, wmkii™ u f limbs im*l bark, Indisposition and incapability for labor mid study, dullness of apprehension, lost of memory, aversion to society, love of solitndu, timidlty, selMistrust, dizziness, headache, involuntary discharges, pains in tin.' side, affections of tho eyes, pimples on the face, sexual and other intlrmitlet in man. are cured without fail by the justly celebrated physician and surgeon, 1,. J. CZAPKAY. His mi--thml. if curing diseases is new, (unknown to other*) and hence the great success. All consultations (by letter or otherwise) free. Address 1.. J. CZAPKAY, M. D„ fan Francisco. TIIK GREATEST DISCOVERY" OF THE AOKI Great blessing to Mankind! Innocent but potent! Dr. 1,. .1. CZAI'KAY'B I'IIOI'HYLACTI. CL'M, (self-disinfecting agent.) a sure preventive against Gonorrhcenl and Syphilitic diseases, and in unsurpassed ♦eniedy for all venerial scrofulous, gangrenous and cancerous ulc...
Ihe Jlailn Appeal [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 1 February 1860
Ihe Jlailn Appeal THE RAILROAD SURVEY TO NEVADA. The Nevada Democrat, of January 25th, thus speaks oi' the progress of this work : j Elliott and Ostrom. who arc engaged 011 | the railroad survey, were in town on Sun- j day last, and l'roni the former we gather j some particulars in regard to the progress of tin: work. Cp to Saturday evening the i line had been run about fifteen miles, to ii point a mile or so beyond Bear river, which is n little more than half the distance to Auburn. Thus f.ir they have met with no serious obstacle to the construction of a railroad. The altitude of Neviidaabove Auburn, is about 1,100 feet, aud they had descended &lt;i'2"&gt; feet at the crossing of Hear river, and it is believed the road can be constructed on very near :i uniform grade, Below (*ra;.3 Galley, the line has been run to the right of the Auburn road, and crosses Bear ri\er between llliiioistown and Porter's crossing. At the point where the surveyed line crosses the river,...
ahe Hails Appeal. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 1 February 1860
ahe Hails Appeal. TIN; GKKAT KIRK IN XF.W YORK AND THI STKAM FIRE EXCUSES. —The great fact in connection with the great tire in NewYork. recently, i&lt; that the steam lire engines asserted their incalcualble superiority over theold hand •• masheeu" so absolutely that it, is confessed by the Herald That paper contains this valuable testimony ; Yesterday morning, as the render will see in another column, a tire took place in Fulton street, which destroyed property to the amount of half a million of dollars, and were it not for the operations 01 the steam lire engines probably the fire would have equaled the great fire of 1855, and perhaps that of when the victorions flames achieved a conquest of twenty millions' worth of property. Hitherto a great prejudice existed in New York, particularly among the old firemen, against the innovation of the steam tire engine introduced here, from Cincinnati, where it had been very successful. Three or four had been mad'; here by order of th...