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f. O *.. l> . L [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Herald — 8 November 1850
f. O *.. l&gt; . L Tfm nm »'«•!•«• •&gt; M»«. j '• It was in Spain, no matter where nr (low, that itwa.« my fortune to take prisoner a Freneh officer of the same rank that I then held—a lientenant; and there was so much similarity in our sentiments, that we became inti mate friends—the most intimate friend [ ever had. sister, ont of this dear icircle. Fie was a rouch soldier, whom the world had not well treated : hat he ••••• railed at the world, and main • kin 1 that he had had his deserts. Honor was his idol, and the sense of honor paid him for the loss of all else - Tln-re was something similar, too. in our domestic relationships He had a son —a child, an infant—who was all in life to him. next to his country and his duty. I. too, had then sneh a son. &gt;f the same years.'' (The Cap tain pan-i-d an instant we exchanged dances. and a 'tilling sensation, of pain and suspense was felt hy all his listen ■rs ) • We were accustomed, brother, to talk of these ch...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Herald — 8 November 1850
uTM Biuu e rzllif. : rttrf TlMu fM.i B» ! t) R. H. TAYLOR at nt arnei, •*» mi t » ••#*r TERMS. A# r-uithn 1 ! t*** * f i t ii it. H T&gt;V*«»"v4fc« f til |* n*r*. fSnsrtr" mir-.r*««t»r%*urJar I •« 1r«t !M»r- -t. F«ts IV .c« ■K) nby 'in* —■, D«nir% The Herald Job Office. Rmar H rjfUHl ni »•'' imaf»dM&gt;TP-i ff jUi fff F»»/y B Miei J-n« •• tr«v» par J prwtf }.*. % * »f « r lr«. od il uf fnHrf4 MM, »•»* m Ihtl If'ttrl,, garni fliJi#. Nib of EirAjrnff', fxrirrr. Notes, Labels, Law Blanks, Cards, Deeds, Circulars, &amp;c. f-y •... r f ... • fte-w* u. » - p«r. t •Vt 1 *"• HWfr, «r ditfti - *•
T# » f I H» ff , [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Herald — 8 November 1850
T# » f I H» ff , tn e*efo r, an &gt;- 'mm &lt;&lt;f r«t*)tn? frt iter tt«c • - &lt;kf -h" peper interestinf '&lt;• st* rm&lt;&gt;rn A Pui. —We are obliged to continue in to-tiny*i issue, the apology made if our paper of Tuwdiy, in reference U the pntieiiy oforiginal matter. We havi been confined to our room and bed fiv« day*; and we are realty too weak tr guide a pen, or even to dictate an arti He. Our physician inform® us, however that he expects to have us u on our legs' again, in a very few days, our symptoms having yesterday apmnned a decided turn for the better. We invit** nttedtiun to the proceeding! of the District Court, a report of which wtfi be found in another rolumn. Il will be th ought singular by most of our readers that th District Cbori ihldd request a member of the Par to die charge its own duty and deliver s charge to the Grand Jury. The H'aakltiet&lt;m Mnmmmt.—The Baltimore Sun, referring to the state...
Dinfriet C onrt. H HmR. 1 « Jt/'lgt. Not. 4 — Tb* f>i«nrt r'ottrt [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Herald — 8 November 1850
Dinfriet C onrt. H HmR. 1 « Jt/'lgt. Not. 4 — Tb* f&gt;i«nrt r'ottrt of the Eighth Judicial District commenced its regular session at this place this morning. There was a large number of cases on the Calender. Immediately after opening the Court. Judge Turner handed to the Clerk and directed him to read the following extraordinary paper. "Although J. O. Goodwin is not recognized by this Court as a member of the Bar of the District Court of the Eighth Judicial District, yet the Court feels authorized to permit him. the said J. O. Goodwin, to attend to all causes or other business which may require his attention as District Attorney ; but the vaid J. 0. Goodwin i» precluded from appearing before the Court in any other cause or causes than audi a* acquire hip attention aa District Attorney." There ;» something extremely insolent in a Court stating, us in this order, 'that '■ if permits''a gentleman, elected by the people District Attorney, to at tend to causes or business wh'ch...
rHOCLAMA rio* !!! [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Herald — 8 November 1850
rHOCLAMA rio* !!! The Governor of the State of California, to al! | to whom these presents may onme: Greeting: j In compliance with the long established and | appropriate custom of our father:*, a* welt a* in | accordance with his own fe Imp* the under -•jrned. oft 1 S?a'» &gt;f 'atiforn &lt; 1 hereby recAiflnds that Saturdaf, t!ie thirtieth day ofcfiAf ruber. one th &lt; "•and s*h» hnßdt«l set apart nruf obrrreil by the as a day of solemn thanksgiving to th*&gt; fttpnii Rulef of th* I for the unnumbered blessings fx*stowed by Him |po| our young State and people; and especially fbr our atl nissioti into 1 I the happy fanwlv of States. Given under my hand, at the Put bio de San .jJose, the fourth day of "November, in the year L lof oar Lord, one thousand hundred and Ififty, and of the Independence of the United ' I Stales, the seventy fifth. PETER H. BtfFtlfl IT. ! Oirrflir. —We noticed in our paper of | Tuesday last, the death of Bethewell P. Shaw, .&...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Herald — 8 November 1850
JA»IK0 H i r MIIIMi UNO SURVEYOR A ENGINEER. *1 irstoi km twm • ui/vrr If* (wrpwil 1i (•••n-t&gt;atly li ilit *»&gt;l - i »y H &gt;&lt;iii •«r»n«l im ili. ' *n'y «l Vill .t ». » m f . 4lB&lt;v ' sni- » «nl Y l*0i—l*M Mi &gt; • hraorfc.* |1 »&lt;■ il«u M-f. &gt;k. ( &lt;«laat 'mi iM y i * &lt;t •« t i r 4 &gt;ii.«4 11 i' |.t.M «M«iiWn mu« • diin"*" UtQr&gt;-tn cniir &lt;f 8t&lt; ,iW Xn n)». !« ■ I H«M&gt;]ti&lt;ion. : -1 tt-: - " » v»! IM'&gt;&lt; j Uy% I# *9" • 4fj «1 r&gt; .'»••! h mt'all I pPtarit* f* «.* f'«p. w (h(0M« 1 •'! • «»*• •*&gt;* « •*! l*f &lt;1 •* •• ft if n»vn. »t •&gt;• r* -• (»' lir Pwm. [ lktM I U J «# »i'l frmfi II •1 H Q!| I MtrT»r.J*, *?».¥. t, t** »&lt;i* «•• ♦pm ctpftfttmchwhip * iTHi1Hl».'tli|l«n • » • »« k • # -&lt;m A J e*t t_ i* An .(..i •- ft inn* • n' I'" 1 K"IP*' &...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Herald — 8 November 1850
MiMn 11, T« &lt; aii«r a- Piiki'H. GOUKSl*liOK?ATL4W, Pi-»ri tl Mnrjrwttltis A RM4(. »-J IM« it itHiHA rw liate*. mi ■ n Tu Kent. » IIO*'!&gt;K Pt .»» » ] i ■ Alwlr k«mU I — i«r ml* Wrtr «■• 5 i »r* Qfllt Lilt |M«| El !■&lt; A liflf &lt; 1«my &lt;*"r lli VirvtlMrlif. 'PHK I 'Iilrr-itfHwl aiR ill ')•'••• 'I III 1 A iitmwtwlBMpwH^i'i *'* I i&lt;l M !&lt;»• «VH itt Ml \ If I I H tl -I Ihi" I «»• .M ll I* I • 4 Hit •• !•*. t- » &lt;»••• at* •■•.( t*i• •I »•« M — *1 |li |4 «»» &lt;■» •1/4 hi tl lit N'lklfiltr 4(\d lh* M4.M- • '■•It- It a l|i*»' • l-+m&gt; "•ll 1 - .
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Herald — 8 November 1850
Indian Oaks. f AKISH ft AHA MB. Auction Hiit 1 NKH&lt;HOT«. Ctm*r of th* Ph:&amp; end K f9rtrt ■ *IV»VIUI. IJEQULAR day* of Srh- TvrHhkY, ■ * ami Saturday*, at t o'etock, A W * idtftft aalt# on Saturday. acpiltl K. M. Fuiu. Auction ami ME. CHATTT, On th* Pl»m KtrtACKCKS t Jttdee H P Harv, } MrVnrf A Ataotft, .S H. \J ur»», jP * » K « &amp;S&gt;t r h. Ms}. M. P Batumi, j If x 3. J. Pnut Auction Kv«r\ Day, MuniUj#» R.rt-ipHtl. |Vr»&gt;i» wuhimt &lt;0 buy will bid quirk, of the? * 1:1 N»r.'vn. The stif s ire act ic. Hiffwilk *!..■. *. I-M. twl-tf J. H. HTAHIt, tuition tjhf» Com mission. I loot Sireet, ( &gt;m« r K, oct4«f SiicitxßVto. J. EMriylg** liifiioncer HATTtft, lI.I'NIWJR * Ci. §acfuaawro Ctri, \T therr aolea room on J belwwvt 2d and Hi »t#. will 9411 a lane and input de arable invoice w«t rcerired non HttHM and f'hilarfrlphn, whtrh lardiafttl and traifera to the m »»&lt;«*, wamatera am! other* wt I And to their int...
gh [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Herald — 8 November 1850
FRIENDSHIP The little estimation in which friendship is held, appears to be one of the principal signs which mark the degeneracy of the present age. There is no name more used than that of a friend, yet nothing seems less understood, and I rnay add, less practised than true friendship. Should we inquire whence false friendship proceeds, we would find much of it owing to the manner in which connexions of this nature are formed. It impossilbe that friendship can long subsist between minds whose dispositions are widely different from each other. When we see an avaricious and sordid man enter into friendship with another of an open and generous disposition, we justly suspect that the former will prove a time-serving friend, and repay the generous offices of the other, by deserting him when he most needs his assistance. A youth at his first entrance on the great stage of life, if his temper is free and the natural bins of his mind good, surveys mankind with a better opinion of the world,...
STATE ORDINANCE 14.M ACT to FBOVIOE roft THE I-lEN Of MECHANIC'S AND OTHEM [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Herald — 8 November 1850
STATE ORDINANCE 14.M ACT to FBOVIOE roft THE I-lEN Of MECHANIC'S AND OTHEM The People of the State »f Caii/&lt;sm ia, represented in Senate and Assembly, do enact a* : S*' tiow 1 Afl Master Puildere, Mechanics. Timber Merchant*, and ifl other persons pr forming labor, or furnishing mat# rials for the 'con«truetion or repair of any building or wharl shall have a lien separately, orjointly, upon the , building or buildings, or wharf whicn they may have constructed or repaired, or for which they rnayhJivr furnish*-'! materials of any deaenp-j ti an, «o the extent of the labor done, or rnatert- ' als furuiahcd, or for both. Sktiml Any such contractor, journeyman, or laborer who may be employed in the construction or repairing j&gt;f any taiMing or» wharf, or in furnishing any material* for the &gt;«ame, Ruycive to the owner or owners of the building or buildings or wharf on which be may have worked, or for the construction of which he may have furnished materiala...
WM UMt rntmwt. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Herald — 12 November 1850
WM UMt rntmwt. it U«iui imtc irivn I «w Nf»»r «i| g, f »«n ?1 il flb«i W m | weeK - |»f . *'•« l*WM if nr *hr*n.t ( Ifl Lttair ru*&gt; r»fr«M iv«i ' TM|» tntj Ml m «MN *m rna Jr» io««n« f»to' i &lt; kHlitf m Wiry I#1 flb# KM/« tov'V • *» ««| cm i*m&gt; ' • v*Jl Mi« T»•• IT* .1 ca&gt; pfi to V ij &gt;Jmm " •!••ik« &gt;Ht? *&gt;«%n r*| IIM, * Wim itsr be •••r In t m». If 0T Ifl %f f«| tfrm ' • H4 «i«u Tw rythn ttttb I # pt-fl ftlM , I r A*1 Mi m* '••I'. »• «IMItt || W(MC III* l i|M tfaifV Ml n«i r* f*r HP I m» rat f -=• Ihm »* pMJvr fUM %rsm. 11 W iH- Ml 1 I! i«» r#l «r M«rf U'J k g A* 4 «• 'f* &gt;*«♦• f.fi&gt; *•! M •» TW wwHpi luii4AnM iiJl ««rU lipii. Km I'ftl l'« fkiMM fiiiAiai H«'J» l«b&gt;(t.'4C£}»«Mii *itr; Mft' lit* ti«i.BH !!••&gt;« itjotaHu»(I I r-*.r 1li.» . M*a4* W*4l| • - •• • '«-» . a» il #«H lUlfti* ml MMI;* Mil TW* ItMKt 'I, j Ulrt IMI li i*r* ttif 4M r f &lt;* • : fW&a...
1 " ' l' Of Ibr BfUlthl. | |] [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Herald — 12 November 1850
Of the Beautiful. BY S. C. MERRIGATE. "A thing of Beauty is joy forever." So sings the delicate John Keats, a poet, and for that he was a poet, a seer, one who could see beyond the seeming to the real. To him, as to all poets Beauty was not a transitory thing, the thin enamelling and paint coat of God's world ; but in spite of all that half-poets have said in sickly moanings, it was an eternal nature, central and vital in all that verily is. In these years of better faith, whose sunshine has transpierced the old glooms of doubt and superstition, there should be preached, withal, a (Josjiel : of Beauty, to redeem from the debased i thought of shallow minds that sweet name, that holy thing Even those 1 , i who should have been tlie heralds of its worth, its seers and worshippers— ] the Poets, have too often viewed it asji but a very fine, fair gilding, which will i [wear off very goon, —as if the great i World Architect had dealt in tinsel , and veneering ' But verily, if ye will i he...