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Me §aUg appeal [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 3 February 1860

Me §aUg appeal THE DEATH OF DE QCINCEY, THE OPIUMEATER.—The Asia brings us intelligence of the death of Thomas De Quincey,which happened on Thursday, the Bth of December, at Edinburg, having considerably passed the term of three score years and ten. For many months past he has resided in Edinburgh, preferring the town to his house at Lasswade, mainly for the convenience of superintending the passage through the press of the collected edition of his works, now issuing by Messrs. Hogg, and of which the fourteenth and last volume is nearly ready for publication. For some weeks past his health had been seriously affected: but. as he was frequently an invalid, alarm was not excited as to his condition till very late, and the end, though it could not be said to be either sudden or premature, was yet so far unexpected. Two of Mr. De Quincey's daughters were with him at the time of his death. The Scotsman says that almost till the very last his perceptions were as vivid, his interest in kno...

Publication Title: Marysville Daily Appeal
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 3 February 1860

MISCELLANEOUS. Stage Departures. STAGES leave the office of the California Stage Company, No. 45 D street, every morning, for Tehama. Red Bluffs. Shasta. Weaverville. Yrekaaud Jacksonville, O. T.. at 0 o'clock every morning. For Oroville, Pence's Ranch. Dog Town. Bidwell Bar and American Valley, at Co'clock. Every evening at '2 o'clock for Oroville. Every evening for Tinibuctoo. Rough and lteady. Green Valley, Nevada and Orleans Flat at ti o'clock. Every morning for Empire Kancli. Moon» y Flat. French Corrall, San «Fnan. Camptonville and Forest City at 6 o'clock. Every morning for Oregon House, Keystone Ranch. New York House, Strawberry Valley; La Porte, St. Louis ami Gibsouville at 0 o'clock. Every evening for Znbrishe's, Dry Creek. Long Bar, and Parks' Bar at IV£ o'clock. Every other morning for Johnson's Ranch, Virginia, Gold Ilill, Ophir and Auburn, at 6 o'clock. Every other morning for So wall's Ranch. Bangor, Hanson villi*. Brownsville and Forbstown at 0 o'clock. GENERAL STAGE...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 3 February 1860

MISCELLANEOUS. Ct-oneral Notioo. CAN 11K SEEN, AT NO. 44 E STREET, 5,000 Grape Vinos, t. 2 and 3 years old. 4.000 Pencil trees, thirty varieties. MOT 500 Apple trees. Golden Russett, RoTXJ" mauites, Blue l'earmain. Red Astrachaw, ffoxbury Rn;sett. Rose Russett, Lyman's large Sum nerJWine ?app; White Winter Pearmain. 50 Plum trees. Royal George. 50 Pear trees, llartlett. 50 Apricots, Burlington. Early Goldow. 50 Almond trees, four years old. Fig trees tc. Also 50 Sacks of the !>est Round Potatoes ever irnllirht to this market. jaultl-iny JOHN SUYIIAM & CO, .j* TREES! TREES! TREES! 10,000 Apple, one two and three years" growth. 5,000 Pear, one and two '• " 0.000 Plum. Apricot and Nectarine. 4,000 Peach. 4,000 Unuft. 1; irge size. FOR SIZE, BEAUTY AND SYMMETRY, ve challenge competition. We guuruntoo all trees rue to label. Sales every day at the Nursery and seed depot. <o. 9 1> street, next door to the Post Office. jan2&4f GEO. '...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 3 February 1860

DRY GOODS. r. 11. WALKER, J. C. WILSON. J. 11. MASON. Walker, Wilson, & Co., DEALERS IX * STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S' HOSIERY. KTC. S'o. -7, Dst., oust side, next door to Rice,Collin,& CO'H MARYSVILLE. r MlTtCl'LAtl ATTENTION PAID TO ORDERS. jiin'J^-iny GREAT INDICEMESTS J!! Cognac. THE BEST BRANDS, AND—OLDEST VINTAGE NOW IN CALIECRNIA, CAN 1110 HAD AT CI, EVKTi AN D B H QS. VLL KINDS WINES AND LIQUORS AT Wholesale and Retail, CORNER SECOND AND HUM STREETS, MARYSVIU.E. j«u23-niy* Cwallery, On Third Street, Next Door to the Spring House. Marysvillo. LAWLER & MARTIN, Prop'rs. X. B. —Pistols, linns and Rifles cleaned and onded to order. [jiin'23-tl iiiction and Coniini^ioii E. M. I'IJIRSON, {EA Ti KSTATE, STOCK. AND flntcral ,Ituliourer, WILL attend to all business entrusted to him with prompt 11088, and nmke quick returns at i moderate commission. Stock sales every day. JffJ) - OFFICE—At the St. Nicholas Stable. opp...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 3 February 1860

MEDICAI-. DR. L. J. CZAPKAY'« PRIVATE MEDICAL AND SURGICAL INSTITUTE, Sacramento St., below Montgomery, Opposite the Pacific Mail Steamship Co/s Office.) SAN FRANCISCO. Established in 1864, fur the Permanent Cure of all Private and Chonic ltiteasrs, ami fur the Suppression of Quackery. ATTENDING AND RESIDENT PHYSICIAN, L. J. CZAPKAY. M. I)., lute in the Hungaiati Revolutionary War. Chief Surgeon to tin* Miliary Hospital of lVsth, Hungary, late Lecturer on Diseases of Woman ami Children, ami Honorary Member of the Philadelphia College of Medicine. J&iF Particular attention paid to the treatment of liseases peculiar t<» Woman au<l Children.* •, H OFFICE HOURS —From 9 A. M. till 9P. M. Comnunications strictly confidential. Permanent cure guaranteed, or no pay. Consultations by letter or >therwise, free. Address Dr. L. J. CZAPK AY. San Francisco, Cal. To tlie Afflicted. Dr. IJ. J. CZAPKAY,Iateof the Hungarian Army, md Honorary Member of the P...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 3 February 1860

MEDICAL. CiPERMATORRHIEA, or local weakness, nervous debility, low spirits, lassitude, weakness of the imbs and back, indisposition and incapability for abor and study, dullness «»f apprehension, loss of iicmory, aversion to society, love of solitude, tiiuidi> y, self-distrust, dizziness, headache, involuntary iischarges. pains in the side, atfections of the eyes, liniples on the face, sexual and other infirmities in nan. are cured without fail by the justly celebrated ritysician and surgeon, L. J. CZAI'KAY. His ineli.Nl of curing diseases is new, (unknown to others) iti«l hence the great success. All consultations (by etter or otherwise) free. Address L. J. CZAPKAY, M. I)., San Francisco. THE GKEATEST DISCOVERY OF THE AOK! Great blessing to Mankind! Innocent but )otentl l)r. h. .1. CZAPKAY'S PROI'HYLACTI. ;UM, (self-disinfecting agent.) a sure preventive igainst Gonorrheal and Syphilitic diseases, and an in surpassed remedy for all vein-rial scrofulous, gangrenous and ca...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 4 February 1860

latltrfea^AmifaL VOL. V. TllltY* VILLfi, CAL., SATURDAY lIOK\l\«, FEBRUARY 4, 1860. \o. ia.

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m failfi &ff«& [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 4 February 1860

m failfi &ff«& ELOI'KMKNT. Diauttox AND DEATH. — 'The New Haven Journal contains a statejliiient of facts in regard to the mysterious live years ago, ot a young 'lady of Hartford county, who at home .'••occupied an enviable social and religious position. She left without the consent of her father, who died two years afterward, -disposing of a part of his handsome property to his missing daughter. Soon afk'tcrward she re-appeared, was kindly welcomed and received her portion of her 1 father's inheritance, and again disappeared. Last week information was received of her death at South Boston, and her friends sent lot her bod}'. It appears that she had made the acquaintance of a music teacher, was seduced, and fled with her seducer, who proved to be a married man. She afterwards lived with this man at South Boston. under the assumed name of Jones, her seducer filling the situation of clerk 'with a house in Boston. He it was who induced his victim to return to he...

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She Jteilg Appeal. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 4 February 1860

She Jteilg Appeal. EARL DE GREY. —EarI de Grey was one of the last of those who in their youth had sat to Sir Joshua Reynolds. The noble Earl had many titles to respect, but this peculiar fact about him was the one I that always came unbidden to the minds of those who shook his cheery hand and saw his hale and hearty face. Only 78 years old, he had been a peer 73 years. As Lord Grantham he sat to Reynolds, together with the late Earl of Ripon, and a brother who died in his youth. The circumstance carries you back to the deluge—at least to Louis the Fifteenth's deluge: for the peer who is scarcely yet cold was a peer before the names of Robespierre and Bonaparte had been heard in France. Rogers used to boast that he had knocked at Johnson's door in the Temple. The fact does not startle you more than proof that a living man had sat to Reynolds. In point of intellect the Earl de Grey was a good average specimen of an English county gentleman. His tastes were fine and he felt an interes...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 4 February 1860

T H I! MARYSVILLE DAILY APPEAL, PIBLHIIED EVKRY MOKNINO (SIN'IIAY EXCEPTED) ill No. 01 D Street, UP STAIRS, BY 0. W. BLOOU & CO. kj.W.BLOOK. 0. W. DKRICKBOX, W. F. BLOOR. «#» Advertisements inserted 011 the moot reasonable terniH. Agency Notice.— Mr. C. A. CRANE in our .only authorized Agent in !*an Francisco to receivo [advertisements and subscriptions, receipt for the name, and to transact business generally, for the [DAILY APPEU*. Office No. 172 Montgomery street, met wee n Washington and Jackson, opposite the [Lyceum, San Francisco.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 4 February 1860

MISCELLANEOUS. >?i -»r«> ;lr!i :> F lIE N'CH OIJNSM I T H. 101 Treniont Block, SECOND STREET, MAIIYSVILLE. Rkpairinu done ut the lowest rates and nil work warranted. GUNS. RIFLES, mid PISTOLS fur sale. Also powder aud shot. I have a shop for tiling Saws and grinding razors and scissors. 1 have also new machinery for cutting (lain Twist and re-boring Shot Gun Barrels. jan-4-niv P. GEORGE. TOBACCO SEED. CUBA AND VIRGINIA TOBACCO SEED AT (the Tree and Seed Depot. 99 D street, next door to the P. O. Jan2s-tf GEO. LAWS. COAL OIL LAMPS. A LARGE ASSORTMENT JI'ST received. Also a fresh supply of pure K.EH OSEJi'K or COjiL Oil,, For sale. Wholesale and lift nil. ut WM. ABBOTTS, 140 9 Second Street, Opposite the Western House. jan23-my MARBLE _WOHKS. Monument s, Tombs mid Head Stones, MnntlcH, Table Tops, Wnuli Stands, etc. THE undersigned wishes to inform the citizens of Marysvilie and vicinity that they are prepared to furnish anything in the above line. Als...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 4 February 1860

PROFESSION AT j. It. S. MKSICK, ATTORNEY AT LAW, OFFICE —Corner of High and First streets, up stairs. jan23my MARYSVILLE, CAL. O. X. SWEZY, ATTO R N E Y A T LA W, MAHYSVILLE, CAL. OFFI<'E —Corner High streets, up stairs, jan23-my (HAS. G. HUBBARD, ATTORNEY AT LAW, And Notary Public. OFFICE —r»6 D Street, MARYSVILLE. jau23. MARYSVILLE. C. K. DE LONG, ATTORNEY AT LAW. OFFICE —Scholl's Building, (up stairs,) D street. jan23-mv MARYSVILLE. RE ARB AN & SMITH, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, D Street, between Ist and 2d, ja'23-my Marysville. H. K. MITCHELL, ATTORNEY AT LAW, No. 45 D street, over tlie California Stage Otiice, jan'23-my MARYSVILLE. F. L. HATCH, DISTRICT ATTORNEY. OFFICE —Over Wells, Fargo A Co.'s, jan23-my MARTSTOL*. (HAS. E. FILKINB, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. OFFICE —Cor of High street and tho Plaza, over Low llro.'s Bank, JanSS-my MARYSVILLI. JOHN T. McCARTY, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. OFFICE —No. 76, D. Street, up stairs. ja23-my MARYSVILLE. It. FRANK...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 4 February 1860

'ELS, AC. NTS' HOTEL, luryMvllle, California. OPPOSITE THE THEATER. FRESH OYSTERS. BARNIJM RESTAURANT —AND—ROTISSERIfi, CORNER FIRST STREET AND MAIDEN LANE. H. VIDE AC A |lllounceB *° his friends and the public srg3 of Marysviilo thut lie will open the above named place and Saloons on the Ist of February, for tlio reception of those who know what good living is. Those gentlemen wishing private dining rooms can be furnished with the same by enpuiring at tho liar. TERMS. Board per week, without wine, . . . $lO 00 " " with wine, .... 14 00 Singlo meals, 7S " with wino 1 00 BILL OF FARE PER PLATE. ROTISBURIK. Always on hand, at short notice, Poultry and Oamo roasted to order. H. V. has also made arrangements at San Francisco to receive the frcßhest provisions. OYSTERS always on hand. THE CELLAR SALOON will also be thrown open to the public. Kit' Open night and day. [ja23-my. U. S. RESTAURANT, D Strret, opposito Wells, Fargo & Co.'s. The subscribers having purchased this well...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 4 February 1860

SALOONS. J. H. UOI'GHERTVi IiVIOI¥ SALOON, 1< STIIEET, ABOVE SECOND, Marysville. HAVING OPENED THIS WELL KNOWN establishment recently, I would inform my friends mid patrons that 1 have oil hand a choice stuck of LIQUORS ALES and WINES, and are well prepared to refresh the inner man with any style of beverage desired. Connected with my Saloon is an Oyster stand, where mav lie obtained lit any hour, Oysters, Crabs, Clams. die., got up in every imaginable style, and warranted to give satisfaction. llarry Dougherty ill always be happy to see his F. W. GETZLER, D STREET,OPPOSITE THEATER. janHomy MERCHANTS' HOTEL SALOON. J?**N IS HAPPY TO ANNOUNCE to hio old patron# aud the public generally, that he is again at hia Old Stand, THE MERCHANTS' HOTEL BAR, where he will continue to pass out the same good old drinks and cigars at cents. BILLIARD TABLES always in order. jau23-my JOHN K. CONK LIN. MAGNOLIA SALOON. J. J. AIcZCBSS, D St., 2d Door from Ist. jan23-my MOUNTAINEER SALOON, We...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 4 February 1860

THE MARYSVILLE DAILY APPEAL Is delivered by our Carrier, to Subscribers ia the city, at the very moderate charge of 23 Cents Per WeekL, PAYABLE 10 THE CARRUR. Wc have set our terms, for copie* delivered by mail, at the following reasonable rate*: ONE YEAR (iu advance) ...... 00 Six MONTHS, 00 THREE MONTH* 3 00 OUR OROVILLE AOESl— 'Thomas Callow, Esq., la our duly authorized agent in Oroville. He will furnish the paper to subscritwrs and receive and receipt for advertisements for the APPEAL iu that city.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 4 February 1860

THANKS. —WeIIs, Fargo & Co., are entitled to our acknowledgments for favors yesterday. » ■ BURGLARY.—A gentleman named Jack, sleeping at the Club House on D street, was aroused between the hours of two and three o'clock yesterday morning, bj the noise of burglars in the room below. Arming himself with a big bowie-knife, he ran down stairs and got into the bar room just in time to see two rascals in Peruvian hats, making telegraph time out : of the door. He shied his knife after them but unfortunately missed them both. As ; good lurk would have it, the money drawer had been emptied of its contents by the proprietor when he closed the house, or it would probably have repaid the rascals for their temerity. They got in from the front door, which they opened by pushing back a large wooden bar with which it is fastened. If those two rascals don't mind their P's and Q's, they will get acquainted with Jesse Goodwiu some of these fine mornings, and Jesse will be apt to apply a li...

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Relief Bill. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 4 February 1860

Relief Bill. The most inexcusable special legislation that California law-makers are ever guilty of, is in passing " relief bills"' and their kind. Xo sooner does a county or State official find himself impoverished by his own extravagance or incapacity to transact business with which he has been entrusted, than he applies to the Legislature to help him out of a bad scrape, by passing a bill for his "relief—or, in other words, he asks the State to donate to him enough money to square up his little arrearages and set himself up in business. Xot ashamed of having failed to do his official duty, and, it may be, of being a defaulter to his county or the State, he impudently asks to be cleared of his liabilities—and going upon the principle that -one good turn deserves another." sticks his hand out towards the public purse and asks for more substantial relief-—and gets it too. generally. We have a most decided objection to this sort of "gift enterprises. - ' Akin to relief bills, are bil...

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[From our own Correspondent.] Sacrnmcnto Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 4 February 1860

[From our own Correspondent.] Sacrnmcnto Correspondence. SACRAMENTO, Feb 2, 1860. EDITOR APPEAL : —I can give 3-011 nothing to-night but some dry details of Legislative business. Each house was in receipt of a Sunday law petition to day, and each petition was appropriately referred as usual. The Liidie's Relief Society petition for pecuniary aid for the State to the amount of $3,000. The Senate passed a bill to change Mary Lousia Miller's name, but ungraciously laid upon the table, a bill of the same nature designed to gratify Mr. W. C. Perry ; a swamp and overflowed land bill : a bill to create an oftice (State Geologist.) a bill concerning Supreme Court Reporter, and a bill to amend Practice Act, were introduced. The Senate made a start to consider the appointment of Dr. Hitchcock, for San Francisco Fund Commissioner, but finally postponed it to March Ist. The bill to release the sureties in bond of Pacific Express Company, was passed by the Senate. The House got into a squabble, ...

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