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S»n FruulMO Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 4 February 1860
S»n FruulMO Correspondence. ! [From our own Correspondent.] SAM FRANCISCO, Feb. 2d, 1860. EDITOR APPEAL :—I have already expressed my conviction that the land holders of this city will leave nothing unaccomplished that may operate in favor of the removal of the State Capitol to San Francisco. The Sacramento people have an active, liberal and acute enemy to cope with this time, and they must be on the alert to guard every point of attack, other- ! wise the Capitol is lost to theni forever, i Once located in San Francisco, the Capitol will never tloat again. It is stated that a good many members of the present Legislature have never even visited San Francisco. It is a consideration of the utmost importance to have the acquaint- | ance of these gentlemen, and it is believed | that the means for an introduction and | forming a friendship that shall be mutual and lasting, have been discovered. San Francisco is to give a grand ball, both branches of the Legislature are to be invited. It w...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 4 February 1860
Notice to Agents and Subscriber*. It is desirable ami important to us, tlint our agents and subscribers, when sending their orders for tho APPEAL. should state through what medium they wish their papers sent—whether by Mail or Express, and if by Express, which one. Orders an' pouring in upon us every day, and we desire to till them promptly and properly. Will our friends please remember, and attend to the above request.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 4 February 1860
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. JUST RECEIVD —AND— Fon sA.XJE At the ORLEANS RESTAURANT, » Street, nearly opposite the Theatre, a lurge lot of WALLERTON'B CALIFORNIA CURED lIAMS, BACON, LARD, SHOULDERS, JOWLS and PIGS' FEET, Which lire offered to the public at the lowest market rates. JOHN LOWERY A sent. N. B.—Families and merchants are invited to call ami examine this choice stock of meats. fel»4-tf JAMES 8. FHIZELL, VETERINARY SURGEON, GRADUATE OF THE V. COLLEGE OF DUBLIN. Clfcv 1 have now taken the lOWA .STARLK, i wrV&gt; B street, next to the Foundry, and am j ready to attend to Sick and Lame Horses. \J /f as usual, on moderate terms. 1 shall keep the best feed to be found in the market: and Teamsters or others who may wish to put up at my place may rest assured that their animals will have proper attention paid them. Also, baled hay kept for sale. feb4-my ATTENTION! FAMILIES,!! At 107, First Street, WILL BE FOUND NEW SWEET CIDER, Made expressly for those that can appreciate tho pnr...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 4 February 1860
ASSAY OFFICES. MARYSVILLE PIONEER üßsay Office. H. HARRIS A CO., [Successor to &amp; Man-hand,] K Street, near the corner of Second, MARYBVILLE. Also— 73 J street. Sacramento. and 105 Sacramento street, San Francisco. Will continue to carry on the huriness of Melt* lug, Refilling and As*aylug Gr old. and Ores, OK EVERY DESCRIPTION. WE GUARANTEE the correctness of our Assays, and hind ourselves to |&gt;«y the difl'erences that may arise with any of the U. 8. Mints. Returns made in from 0 to 12 hours, in BARS or COIN. 'Specimens of Quart/. Assayed and valued. Tf.ums of Assaying —The same as in San Francisco. jan'23-my H. HARRIS &amp; CO. n. W. THE ILL, CIIAM. \. KEVBER. ASSAY OFFICE Til KILL A to., .SUCCESSOR TO JUBTII ft HUNTER, NO. 102. FIRST ST., BETWEEN D AND IIJUII, Marysville. GOLD AND ORES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, At San Francisco rate*, and Returns made in BARS OR UNITED STATES COIN, within six hours. Our Assays are guaranteed, and Bars discounted at the l...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 4 February 1860
AUCTION. H. HARNETT, AUCTIONEER, 11. STEET, 9IARVSVII.LE, INFORMS tho public lie is ready, at all time* t&lt;» attend t» the wants of those who with hii Burvlces for the wile of UIIOCEHIES, DRV (i()OI)S, —AND— Vici*c-liaii&lt;li»e &lt;»eiierally. REAL ESTATE -1T PUBLIC AUCTION Oil PRIVATE SAI&amp; It KKLTKNCES: j K. M. 11AMII1E/,, ( APT. PIIEMX, KALKNER .V HELL, (11 A.M. (JOVII.LAIb I W. 11. SAMPSON, Anil tho inhabitants generally of the city. [Advertisement.] Republican County Convention. | A COUNTY KEPVBLICAN CONVENTION will j assemble at Marysville, un MONDAY, FEBRUARY j 13th, nt 7 I*. M., to elect Delegates to attend the ; REPUBLICAN STATE CONVENTION at Sucrai men to, on Wednesday, February 22d —which meets to elect delegates from California to attend the National Republican Convention nt Chicago. The Republican*, and all other voters in the couoty of Yuba, who are willing to co-operate with them in the support of the candidates to be nominated at...
TB Mjm: «K .1 pma *• [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 4 February 1860
T\B Mjm: «K .1 pma *• [BY UNION TELEGRAPH LINE]. HE PORTED FOR THE MARYSVILLE DAILY APPEAL. ARRIVAL OF THEjOVERLAND MAIL. flore Blood at Brownsville—ConKreMstoiial Sew«—"BMhlng Debate—^Voting for Speaker—Railroad Accident—Murder, Suicide, &amp;c., Ac&gt; GILROY, Feb. 3d. The overland mail arrived here at 5:10 J. M., with St. Louis dates to the 9th Inst. Stage was detaiued by high water On Red river, Colorado and Gila. ST. LOUIS, Jan. 9th.—Brownsville (Texas) dates as late as the 2d inst., arrived at New Orleans yesterday. Cortenas, with 500 men, took the city of Rio Grande on the 24th ult., killing a number of citizens. Subsequently, a body of troops and rangers from Brownsville attacked Cortenas and re-took the city after a hard fight, capturing the guns of Cortenas and 60 Mexicans. Nine Americans were killed and sixteen wounded. Among the latter was Capt. Ford, who led the attack. Cortenas Hed across the river. Congi'CMHionaL WASHINGTON, Jan. 7tli. —Senate not iu S...
Legislative. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 4 February 1860
Legislative. SACRAMENTO, Feb. 3. SENATE. —The petition of certain merchants of San Francisco was presented, asking the repeal of the pilot laws. The bill amending the passenger act of 1852 was passed. The bill for the relief Judge Barbour was made the special order for Friday next. Resolution that when the Senate adjourn to-morrow, it adjourn till Tuesday next, adopted HOUSE —The Committee on Public Lands reported back the bill relating to the 16th and 36th sections, and recommended its passage. Mr. Conuess introduced a resolution to rescind a former one, allowing theSer-gcant-at-Arms to purchase stationery; and another, asking our Representatives in Congress to ask the establishment of a daily overland mail, over the best and shortest route. The House then went into Committee of the Whole upon the bill for the relief of A. D. Parks, late Treasurer of El Dorado county, and Mr. Fairchild made a speech. The bill was passed.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 4 February 1860
toiler. —Those who may desire to become hiiIj libers to the Daily Appeal, (which, by the wuy, c furnish at 25 cents per week,) In the event of not akin* arrangements with our carrier, Mr. John iURCii, will please call at our office and leave their ‘dresses. Persons in the different cities and towns of the ate desiring to become Auems for the Appeal, are titled that they can do so upon the most reasonable terras; always providing that they bo made known to us as men of respectability and correct Indue,s habits. 0 w BL00R 4 00 .
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 4 February 1860
The following letter, which emphatically speaks for itself, was written by the Dean of the Faculty of the I'hiladeiphia College of Medicine, to the editors of the Pacific Medical and Surgical Journal, Sau Francisco, for publication: PHILADELPHIA, January 17.1859. To the Editors of the tfici/lc Medical and Surgical Journal: —Gentlemen: My attention has been called to an article in the December number of your Journal, in regard to the ad cundnn degree granted by the Philadelphia College of Medicine to Dr. L. J. Czapkay. When the application for the degree was made to the Faculty, it was accompanied by affidavits and testimonials to the effect that Dr. Czapkay was a regular graduate M. D. of the University of Pesth, had served as Burgeon in the Hungarian army and was a regular practitioner of Medicine. On the strength of these the degree was granted. The ad euntfem degree, as its name implies, is conferred on graduates only, rnd gives us new privileges. Had there been the slightest sus...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 4 February 1860
BANKERS. REYNOLDS BROS. BANKERS, So. 1 •"!, Tliii&lt;l Street, Marysvllle, PI.KCIIASE UOL1) IIARS AMI (iOLD UIST, At lw*Mt market ri&lt;!«-.■*, nuik' "Iviinee. on Gold Dust ' consigned to the U. S. Mint lor coinagv'. tt'SKU' KASTKRN KXCIIAUK (tt Iti sums to suit, at current rates. DRAW CHECKS AT PAR ON SAN FRANCISCO AND SACRAMENTO. Ship Treasure to New York on the most favorable terms, covered by Insurance lu the best London Companii «. Attend to COLLECTIONS, and transact a General Dunking business. IiI'ICKVILVER Agency Gaudalupe Mines, Santa Clara. A liirp' supply constantly on hand, and for sale at San Franci«co Agents' rates. JaniJ-my REYNOLDS BROS. P. DECKW. i. 11. H. JtWETT, J. A. PAXTON. DECKER, JEWETT &amp; PAXTOS, D A N K B H 8, NARTKVILLE. Banking Honrs from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. ADVANCES ON ÜBT FOR ASSAY AT C. 8. MINI CHECKS AT PAR ON PARROTT &amp; CO., SAN FRANCISCO. B. F. lIASTINGH * CO., SA'.'RAMF.NTO. OCR Slum AND TIHI DRAFTS 0* AMERICAN EXCH...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 4 February 1860
BOOKS, &amp;C. BOOKS! BOOKS!! BOOKS!!! STATION K R Y . M U sir: YAN CY A K I('I, K S ! ii c., &amp; c itwwusicl A T THE Marysvillo Book MUSIC STORE! OUSTAVE AMI, 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 uf which he offers for utile at the most favorable rates. Thin is the lament and best selected stock of the kind north of Sun Francisco, and is scarcely equaled In the State. He also has on hand a large supply of that invaluable work—J BANCROFT'S CALIFORNIA LAWYER AND FORM BOOK. He is in constant receipt of all the choicest Magazines, 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 ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 4 February 1860
CLOTHING. CHEAP GIiOTHINO. H. EILGRIAIV A, CO., MERCHANT TAILORS A N I) Fashionable Clothiers, Are now felling tbelr large stock of WINTER CLOTHING AT IMPORTED COST, To make room for a large stock of SM* R MA"€! c LOTHMJTG, About to #rriT« from New York. Cloths, Cassi meres and Vesting*, MADE VP TO ORDER IN A PREMIUM STYLE, AT THE LOWEST CASH PRICES. Ifontleinen pretering having their SPRING AND SUMMER CLOTHINQ Made to order in New York, can do so by Isavlng their order at M. KIIiERMAN 4c. CO.'S. Nit extra charge made for garments «o ordered, and returnable in sixty days. JUST RECEIVED, A LARGE INVOICE OF INDIAN TAN AND WOOL KNIT GLOVES. H. EILERMAN A CO. 64, D Street, next door to the Theater, jan23-tf MAnYSYILLi. CHOICE AND SELECTED WmES A BRANDIES, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. J. K. DIIRYEE, RESPECTFULLY calls the attention of the citizens of Marysvillo, to hU stock of CHOICE WINES AND BRANDIES, Selected with care for Family and Medicinal purposes. We shall retail in our sample room tho...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 4 February 1860
MISCELLANEOUS. J. S. ESHOM, "O. 66 THBATKK BUILDING. BOIT.TS .1 U SHOES CHEAP FOR CASH. Now in store, a large and veil selected stock of loot* Ihoea, dbo., From all the best manufacturers In tho United States and Franco from the finest to the heaviest. The atention of Ladies is invited to a fine assortment of nil the various styles of Gaiters, Buskins, Slippers, 4te., 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 coat. Also, connected with the establishment, OILS, CAHPHEHE, Ac., At wholesale and retail, at the lowest market pries. Also, Kerosene or Coal Oil. Jan2s-my. DRUGS! DRUGS!! DRUGS!!! RICE, COFFIN A CO., 27 D street, MARTSVILLC. REDINQTON A CO 107 Clay street, SAY FRANCISCO. Otf KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND M S The Largest and Most S COMPLETE STOCK OF GOODS In their line to be found on tho Pacific Coast. They are in regular receipt, by u Clipper" and " Express," of Fresh Drugs, ...
Items. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 4 February 1860
Items. Ut §ailg appeal. A brown study: how to color voui meerchaum. A new sewing-machine, to collect rents mend manners, and repair family breaches, is much needed. A great many persons drop a tear at the door of poverty, when they should rathei drop a sixpence. It is an old saying that Time waits for no man, but the fair sex would have u&lt; believe that he is gallant enough to wait for the ladies. Holmes, after telling that a dog was shot for biting a woman's leg. said it was a pity to shoot a dog with such tine tnstoj "My son what would you do if your dear father was suddenly taken away from you?'' "Swear and chaw tobackcr!" Why is a young lady like a bill of exchange ? Because she ought to be settled when she arrives at maturity. "I know every rock on the coast," cried an Irish pilot. At that moment the ship Struck, when he exclaimed, "and that's one of them." Talleyrand, speaking of a well-known lady, said, emphatically, -She is insufferable !" Then, as if relenting, he...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 4 February 1860
MISCEL.LANKOUS. Hl|l Dfiwrlarti. STAOEB k*ve DM office of the California Stage Company, So. 4.S I&gt; street. every morning. for Tehama, Itcil Muffs. Shasta. Weaverville. Yri kii mi.l Jacksonville. O. T.. it ti o'clock every morning. For Ororllle. Pence's Ranch. Pug Towu, Bidwell Bar and American Valley. at Every evening at 'J o'clock for Oniville. Every evening for Tinitmctoo. Rough and Heady. Ore, n Valley. Nevada anil Orleans Flat at 6 o'clock. Every morning for Empire Ranch. Mooncv Klat, French Corrall, San Jtian. Camptonville and Forest City at t« o'clock. Every morning for Oregon House. Keystone Ranch, New "York House. Strawlterry Valley; La I'orte. St. and Oilisonville at rt o'clock. Every evening for Zubrishe'a. Pry Creek. Long Bar. and Parks' Bar at 1 1 o'clock. Every other morning "for Johnson's Ranch. Virginia. Gold Hill. Ophlr and Auburn, at 6 o'clock. Every other morning fur Se wall's Ranch. Bangor. Han&gt;onvillc. Brownsville and Forlwtown at Bo'clock. ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 4 February 1860
MISCELLANEOUS. General Wotioe. CAN RE SEEN. AT NO. 44 K STREET, f 5,000 Grape Vines, 1, 2 aud 3 yean old. 9.000 l'ttach trees, thirty varietieH. 500 Apple trees. Golden Russett. Ho- j manites. Blue Pearmain. Hed Astrachaw, \ y Russett. Hose Kussett, Lyman's huge Sum- j mcrJWine Sapp; White Winter Pearmain. 50 Plum trees. Royal George. ftO Pear trees. Bartlett. 50 Apricots, Early Geldew. 50 Almond trees, four years old. Fig trees ; Ic. \Nu5O Sacks of the l*»st Round Potatoes ever | brought to this market, janttl-uiy JOHN BUYDAM &amp; CO' TREES! TREES! TREES! 10,000 Apple, one two and throe years* growth. .1,000 P ear, one and two *• " 0,000 Plum. Apricot and Nectarine. 4,000 Peach. '4,000 Locust, large size. FOR BIZK, BEAUTY AND SYMMETRY, *e challenge competition. We guarantee all trees rue to label. Sales every day at the Nursery aud seed depot. S'o. 9 l&gt; street, next door to the Post Office. JmaMf GEO. LAWS. TREES S TREES S S TREES!!! The undersigned J IS now sel...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 4 February 1860
DRY GOODS. T. It. WALKER, J. C. WILSON. J. It.MASON. Walker, Wilson, &amp; Co., DEALERS IN STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, C I j O T HIN G, LADIES' AND CIIILDKENB' HOSIERY, ETC. No. -7, D St., oust side, next door to Kiiv, Collin,&amp; CO'M MAUYBVILLK. PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID 10 ORPIRS. jftti'23-niy GREAT INDUCEMENTS S!I &gt;TO »I 1 AT COST! In order to make room for shipments of now goods, the undersigned offer at Cost their entire and well aborted stock of FALL AND WINTER GOODS, French and 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 children*' Shoes at cost. Carpets. Druggets, Oil Cloths and Mattings at cost; 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, OLDEST VINTAGE NOW IN CALIEORNIA, CAN BE HAD AT CI, EVEI, A N D 8110 S. ALL KINDS WINES AM) LIQUORS AT Wholesa...