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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 1 February 1860
MARYSVILLE DAILY APPEAL, PLLUSIUU F.VLRY NORNI.NfI (KTXDAr EXCEPIM.) At No. 01 D Street, UP STAIRS, B Y (i. W. Ti I, O O H &amp; C O. U.W. ItI.OOK. &lt;!. \V. )&gt;KHIi'KSO.V, W. V. 11 LOOK. if ?j~- Advrrti-i'ITH iitn inserted on tin* nioal reasonterm*. Notice.— Mr. C'«\NK I- S » ,,R Mil V authorized Agent in !&lt;ati Francisco to receive advertisement* hih! subscriptions, receipt for t »" name. mill to transact business generally, tor tlio DAMY AI'I'KAL. Office No. 172 Montgomery street, between Wasliinßteii ami Jackson, opposite tlie Lyceum. San Francisco.
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 1 February 1860
M 1 S&lt; !ELLAN l'.O I IS. «. ARMSTR«M«, UNION SHO V. ST O 11 K, No. 43 B Street, MAKYSVILLK. db_ TilK Stock in this establishment, at the 5 » I present time. i-&lt; unusually large unit varied. f iiiiil will lie constantly replenished and kept t shall endeavor. as heretofore to keep a superior quality of (Joods, and I guarantee to sell them an low as hoihls of the same quality can be bought m the Htate. . To tlit* people of Marysvillc and surrounding country, who have patronised me so liberally during the last two years. 1 return my crateful acknowledgments. ariil 1 hope, by fair dealing, to retain their confidence anil patronage. No 411 1). st.. next iloor to the office of the Cali0. ARMBTKOHQ. joHi is. MJvmirr, Cor. First ¥t. and Commercial Alley, WHOLESALE DEALER IN FLOUR. GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, CLOTHING, ROOTS ANI) SHOES, MINING IMPLEMENTS, &amp;c., &amp;t\, &amp;c. 41,50. has constantly "ii h i U I I . I '* *I ATOES. UNIONS. BEANS. anil...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 1 February 1860
PRO l''l jSST ONAL. U. S. MKSICK, ATTORNEY AT LAW. OFFICE —I'ornerof :uul stivcts up stnirs, juu'JHmy MAUYSVILLK, (Ml.. 11. N. SWKZY, ATTOItXKV AT I. AW. MARYSVJLLE, C.U. OFFICE —Corner First and High street*, up stairs. jnn23-my ( HAS. c;. HUBBARD) ATTOKXEY AT LAW, And Notary Public. OFFICE —.'id 1) Street, MABVSVIIXE. jani'i. ('. K. DL LOHOI ATTORNEY AT LAW. OFFlCE— Scholl's Building, (up stairs.) 1&gt; struct, jan'J3-m.v M ARYSVILLE. RKABDAS JL SMITH, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, 1) Street, between Ist unci -&lt;l. jaiSJ-my Maryrvllle. 11. K. MITCHELIi, ATTOft X E Y A T LA W. No. 4f&gt; D struct, over the California Stage Office, jan'i'.iny MARYSVTU.K. V. U. HATCH, I) IS T It rC T A T T 011 N E Y. OFFICE —Over Wells, Forgo i Co.'A, jan23-niy MARYSVILIF.. ( HAS. K. FILKIKIi ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. OKFIO:— Cor of High street and tlic Plaza, over Low Hro.'s Bank, janSl-my ' MARYSVIUE. JOIIN T. MCCARTY, ATTORNEY AM) COUNSELLOR AT LAW. OFFI, R —No. 70. 1). Streut....
Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 1 February 1860
HOTKLS, cVC . MERCHANTS' HOTEL, Flrirl Street, MaryMville, California. ; c Tli«» undersigned r s|&gt;: i t fully inform their ( Mn. friends and tin? traveling public: alsn ??!!![, those wishing a more permanent Mom*?.' !c.i. that they have leased theabovewell-known nn«i popular establishment, and intend keeping it as a MUST CLASS HOTEL, iu every department. Hy reason of experience. and striet attention tc» the wants of our guests, we hope to merit and receivu a liberal pat routine. 4 liar aik«l llilllard Kixmtx first floor, t ifflce up stairs. The House is open all night. jan23-m&gt; CHUIU HILL &amp; RTANTON. l ulled States Hotel, COJtNKU OV C AN 1) TIITRl) STKEETS, MAK v S v 11, I: I:. STOKES &amp;. SHIKLDS PROPRIETOR?*. t-%jwr TilH Proprietors would respectfully inMfir form th"ir friends and the public that they JJJ havo recently, at great expense, fitted up UiLthis MEW HOTEL, in a style unsurpassed by any house in the city, and are now prepared to ...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 1 February 1860
SAL( JONS. .1. H. DOIT.HERTY, l\lO\ NALOOV, li STRKKT, ABOVE SKCOXn. HI« ry H v 1111 • HAViNO OPENED THIS WELL KNOWN cMulilifliment reoontly, 1 would inform my friend* and patrons that 1 have oil hand a choice »toek of liI«iUORS ALGK and WINKS, mid H i't■ will prepared to refresh the inner man witli any -tvlo of bctt-rage desired. Connected with my Alionn isan Oyster stand, where may be obtained at any hour, Oyslrrn, Crab*, Clams, &amp;c., trot np in every imaginable style, and warranted to give satisfaction. Harry Dougherty ill always be happy lo see his friends Jii'J3-uiy " GVBM," F. W. GETZLER. I&gt; STIIEET, OPPOSITK THEATER. jan23my MERCHANTS' HOTEL SALOON. JOHN IS HAPPY TO ANNOUNCE to his old patrons and the public generally, that be is again at his Old Stand, THE MERCHANTS' HOTEL BAR, where ho will continue to pass out the same good old drinks ami cigars at 12% cents. BILLIARD TABLES always iu order. jan23-my JOHN K. CONK LIN. MAGNOLIA SALOON. if J. McKT33SS, ...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 1 February 1860
THE MARYSVILLE DAILY APPEAL 1? dollvuivd by our Cnrrier, to Subscriber* in tb« city, at the very nuiJerat': charge of fiO Cents Per Vv eeU&lt; PAYABLE TO lOC CAMUXP.. We have set our tertns, for copion delivered by mail, at the following reasonable rate* : OXE YEAR (inadvance) 08 OO j Six MONTHS. - 50© ; TIIKEP. MONTHH, 3 00 OUR OROVILLE AOENT.— Thoma* Callow, Esq., is i &lt;«ur duly authorised agent in Oroville. He will i furnish the paper to ttubrriben and receive and J receipt for advertisements for the APPKAL iu thut i city.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 1 February 1860
THANKS. —WeIIs, Fargo k Co. again merit our thanks for prompt delivery of papers and news letters yesterday. flferjy Randal &amp; Co.. will accept our thanks for well timed favor-. THEAT&amp;E LASTXIOHT. —The Baker Company played the Corsican Brothers to a very handsome house last night. The play was remarkably well enacted, and pleased the audience huge!;. These startling piece « arc just the things to "take" now and then. Mrs. Baker a.-the •lirothers," and Mr. Baker as '-Chateau Reuard. sustained theirenviable reputations as ac - tors. AsMrs. Baker, as '-Louis Franchi," was enacting the ghost scene, if so we may call it, in the second act, the trap gave way, l&gt;wt luckily did not injure her, materially. This very meritorious company goes to Sacramento to-day. LECTURES. —We see that a series of six lectures is to be delivered before the Sacramento Library Association, the first to commence on next Friday evening. Gen. James McDougal is to deliver the first...
The Wisdom of WlK««—mill otherwliti [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 1 February 1860
The Wisdom of WlK««— mill otherwliti On the 21st of December last. a&gt; ha.been generally noticed by the papers in all parts of the Union, a number of students, natives ot the South, •'seceded " from the medical colleges of Philadelphia, and resolved to patronize Northern institutions no longer, but to go to Southern j Universities—and accordingly they left the city of brotherly love, a ( ul \\cut to Richmond. On their arrival in that city. ! I hey wen met by a considerable body ot excited Virginians, and were speechified by that great letter writer, and verbose talker. Governor Henry A. Wise. Mixed 1 tip with some considerable eloquence and : much ''hifalutin." are certain most ridiculous and inflated passages. Ever since old Ossawattoiuie made his in-.me and villainous foray upon Harper's Ferry, Governor Wife seems to have been seized with a monomania for letter writing, speech making, and utterance of balderdash. \fter welcoming back to their homes, t the son-of a '■ nur...
I From our own Corroi-pomlcnt.J Sacramento Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 1 February 1860
I From our own Corroi-pomlcnt.J Sacramento Correspondence. SACRAMENTO, Jan. 30. 1860. EDITOR APPEAL :—You will have two Branch Insane Asylums at Maryville. In addition to the bill recently introduced by Mr. Wescoatt in the House, Mr. Wheeler introduced one to-day in the Senate, fora Branch. Well perhaps your section ot the State will need both. Several Senators were arrested by the Sergeant-at-Arins this morning for—being absent. A quorum could be obtained in no other manner. Assembly bill to change the name of Mary Louisa Miller was read twice and referred to committee on public morals. The Senate perhaps regard the desires of Mary Louisa M. in relation to changing her title, as immoral. The "clash of resounding arms." (30,000 in number), to be furnished by Uncle Samuel to " our young and growing State." will doubtless be heard in good time. The conservative branch of the l.egi.-lature concurred with the youngsters of the A-.-eniblv to-day in the resolution upon the subject. Fiftee...
Fenced 111—Almost. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 1 February 1860
Fenced 111—Almost. The move made in the Legislature towards facilitating the building of a free bridge across Feather River, has served to remind us of the manner in which the avenues leading to and from Marysvillc arc made the places for levying tribute upon those who are going to and from our city. But one road that we can now think of is open to free travel : we refer to that which leads to the Park, and thence on to Wyandotte and Bidwell's liar, and even that, at that point, is obstructed by a toll-bridge across Feather River, on the highway leading to American Valley. Every article of country produce raised outside these tithe-paying stations and brought to this market, necessarily co-ts our citizens just as much more than its actual value, n3 those who bring it to us are compelled to pay in tolls. That load of wood which has to be brought across a toll-bridge to arrive in our market costs u • at least a dollar more than it would if it had been brought over a way upon which the...
TE LE GMl.t I' HIV. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 1 February 1860
TE LE GMl.t I' HIV. 11Y 1 \ION TELEGRAI'H MM... JItPORIKIi roil lIIE MARVBTILLE DAILY APPLAI.. SAX FRANCISCO, Jan. 31. The Board of Supervisors passed a resolution requesting the Legislature to authorize the Board to issue bonds lV &gt;r SI 50.000, payable in ten years, for the purpose of erecting State buildings for the use of the Legislature in this city. The resolution was ordered to be printed bv a vote of oto 5. Those voting in the negative averted that there would be no security given that the Capitol would not be removed from San Francisco again after a short time, and that the people of this city were already burdened by taxation. ARRIVED —Steamer Columbia, from the northern coast. She brings no news. Ship Malay. I 10 day- from New York.and British ship Kliza, 200 days fron London. The Bulletin says : •We learn that the missing ship Messenger Bird has been heard of at the Fegee Islands, where she put in. ostensively for water and provisions. Reporting a six days' pas...
LrglKlatlvr. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 1 February 1860
LrglKlatlvr. SACRAMENTO, Jan. 31. SENATE. —Mr. A\"iitkins introduced a !&gt;il! to alter and define the boundaries of Yuba county. Referred to Committee 011 County boundries. &gt; Telegraph bill was made special order for Tuesday next. Bill providing for publication of Supreme Court reports, was made special order for Tuesday next. ASSEMBLY. —The contested election case of Gallagher vs. Tiltou. was heard. J. W. Cofl'roth and Klisha Cook opened for contestant, and Senator Parker for respondent. The House deoidetfin favor of the sitting member, Mr. Tiltou. HEI.I.IUEHENT I'EM.M.ES.—A most ludieious set-to occurred yesterday morning up in the part of our city hieh may well be termed Greece, inasmuch as it is almost entirely occupied by Greasers. A stahvort female of Milesian extraction, driven by domestic troubles, it is said, to hard drinking, wended her way. at the time we speak of. up into the quarters alluded to. and began belligerent demonstrations upon one of Ilio ...
.•iiilirt'iur Conrl Dcfi«ioiiH. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 1 February 1860
.•iiilirt'iur Conrl Dcfi«ioiiH. lIAKDING A I.OKTIN V. JASPKR.- — This was Mil action of trc.-pass. tor entering jilaintitl s lanil and removing gates. Defendant claimed to have acted as n road overseer, and to ha\e merely removed obstruction- from tin- bed of tlie old road or public liivt'l'wn_v. Opinion by Justice Haldwin. The main queMioii in ilie rase was whether the land in controversy bad been dedicated to tin- public as a highway. It was held that there was 110 sullicieiit evidence of dedication, and the verdict was ordered to be set aside, and a new trial granted. l'Kori.t: v. HAHTLHTT. Proceeding by inamlumiin against the Clerk of the Court of Sessions of San Francisco county, to compel him to ccrtily to the District Court the case of the people v. 'ferry. Opinion by Justice llaldwin. It was held that n violation of the .-tatule against dueling does not fall within the definition of murder given in the statutes, but is a separate and distinct, offense. The Court of Sessions ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 1 February 1860
\olUr to Agriitu und Subscribers. It is desirable and important to us. that our agents and subscribers, when sending their orders for the APPEAL, should state through what medium they wish their paperssent —win ther l\v Mail or Kxpress. and if by Express, which om'. Orders are pouring in upon us every day, and we desire to till thorn promptly and properly. Will our fr'n inlc |&gt;l&lt; vremember, and attend to the above request.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 1 February 1860
f OFl'lC'l'.S. MAItYSVILLH I'IOXEKII Assay Office, 11. H ill lII* A. C 0.. [Successor to Harris &amp; Marchand,] K Street, near tin 4 corner t»f Second. MAKYSYILLE. Als .—7ll J street. Sacramento. and 105 Sacramento streot. San Francisco. Will continue to carry on tin* buriness of Melt* H dining and Assaying Cr old. all cl OX" o ®, OK EYERY DESCRI I'TION. WK GUARANTEE uTectness of our Assays. ami ltiml ourselves to pay tin* «liHi• rrnces tliat may arise with any of tlio l\ S. Mint.-. Returns made in from oto VI hours. in 11AUS or COIN. II is Sptvimens of Quartz Assayed and valued. Tkkms of Assayixu—The same as in San Francisco. jauSVmy 11. UAIUUS k CO. n. w. tukvm., &lt; iias. \. kf.ysku. ASSAY OFFICE THEALL &amp; («., 5-fCCESSOR TO JUST!! 1 TtINTF.n, NO. 1"2, FIRST ST.. BETWEEN 1&gt; AND IIIGJI, Marysvillc. GOLD AND ORES OK KVKIIY PKSC'IiII'TION, .VELTEn .&lt;.»'!&gt; .f.S.SVIffJM At San Francisco rates, and Returns made in RARS OK UN...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 1 February 1860
AUCTION. h. n \ R\l; I I , AUCTIONEEn, I». STKET, MARYBVILL.K, INFORMS tin' public In* in ready, ;n all l irnoß, to attend to the wants of thoso who wish his «er\ices tor the sale of IwIiOCKRIKS, DRY &lt;*OOI&gt;&amp;, —AND— YlcrcliaiuliNr &lt;iiriirrall). KKAI, ESTATE AT rt nr.fr jrtriox on PHIVATF. SAI.P !: i: F1:1: \ v E s: I. M. 1: \MI It HZ. Cut. I'llKNlX, HUvNKK ,t HKI.L. ril VS. (.'OVILLAID W. 11. &gt;AMI*SO\. And ih. inhabitant* generally of the city. GRAND BALL AGRICULTURAL, HORTICULTURAL MKCIIAM If S' SO(IKT V OK Til K NOK'I'IIKUN HIST. I'AI.U'OIiMA, To he given at the PA\ lI.LION in Marvsvillo, ST V A LEX TIKE'S lIA V, TiiCHctny Evening, Krh. I Itli, 1 SGO. .MAN AO Ell,s. John iFall, V.J. Welsh, John A. Pax ton, James Oalloway, Chan. K. DcLonjr. Tlios. W. l&lt;ockhurt, Henry Oilman, riuui. Hall, Jacoh Lcvov, W. T. Elli«! E. 11. \N right, Shields. ' '•. \. Suezy, Chas. E. Kiikins, •lan. Ila worth, Simon it lazier, Olian. L. L...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 1 February 1860
HAULKY. —We saw a teamster, yester•day morning, in a peck of trouble, ber.iuse his team that was hitched to a load of wood, declined to take that article of fuel to market, llis horses numbered Btwo, and one of them, a little runt of a beast, with a pelt that would be conelu- ■ sivc evidence in a court of justice, that lie was descended from Barnuni s woolly horse, stuck his ears back and his feet into the dirt, and took one of the worst 4lickings we ever saw brought to bear upon obstinacy, but refused to budge. How he and his driver compromised the matter, we didn't stop to see. We have several times noticed horses attached to wood wagons get ''baulky, and can only account for such action iu their getting frightened at the hurl which follows them. Perhaps, however, they have conscientious scruples about hauling wood to customers at thu exorbitant rates at present demanded. Shouldn't wonder if they , did. A I.MOST A FlRE.—' Wcr-ei'in to have made many narrow escapes from the ravages...