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jrhr §»«]> &w«0. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 11 February 1860

jrhr §»«]> &w«0. V OTIT Aoency at Owlet's Bab.— Jasper Hand, Esq., our authorized agent at Ouslo'ys Bar, Yuba counHe will receivo Bubscriptious ami receipt for ..'ffflvi-rtiieineutH for the Appeal.

Publication Title: Marysville Daily Appeal
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(TELE in II .1 J* HIC. [BV UNION TELEGRAPH LINE]. i BEI'OKIED FOH Tile MARTSVILLi PAILV APPEAL. ARRIVAL OF THE OOLDEN AGE [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 11 February 1860

(TELE in II .1 J* HIC. [BV UNION TELEGRAPH LINE]. i BEI'OKIED FOH Tile MARTSVILLi PAILV APPEAL. ARRIVAL OF THE OOLDEN AGE SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 10. The Pacific Mail Steam Ship Company's Steamer Golden Age. arived at San jFrancisco on the evening of the 10th, at 0:30 P. M. The following is the list of •asscngers : PaNaengem. i Mrs. J. P. Haven, Col. A. J. Butler, Is. Butler, Judge Dendy, Mr. C.J. Lewis, J. Smith, A. J. Townsend, C. D. Upi and wife, Mary A. Hickley, Mary Couy, Margaret Cameron. Miss John, \\ . Tiling, J. J. Dickson, Mr. J. Kellogg 1 wife, Mrs. A. Detnan, Mr. Calmer, Mr. nningham, C. Smith and lady. Mrs. C. Icy and infant, J. Johnson, M. Levitt, S! Sterill, and 3 children, Mrs. F. It. stin, Rev. Mr. Marples, Miss Emily .pner, W. Willis, M. Wills, R. loner fe and son, Mr. Vandenburgh, J Beeden, B. Stone, 11. Tomey, W. H* Beves. pt. Freemens, Miss Bay, Jose Manuel, Tobias, Mrs. Murphy and child, B. (J. merston, Mrs. J. 11. Pcnibland, K. B. md, Mrs. Aspinwall, C. Clade, C. ...

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Son FranclMO News. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 11 February 1860

Son FranclMO News. SAN FRANCISCO, Eeb. 10th. The ship Comet arrived this afternoon, bringing dates from Honolulu to the 19th tltimo. John Richardson, Judge of theLahaina 'ourt, committed suicide by hanging himsolf, on the Gtli. Mr. 11. Bingham, a native of .Macon, Ga., aged 40 years, was murdered at Makawau, Jan. 14th, by some natives. Neilson, the King's Secretary, was not expected to live. There is no other general news of interest. In San Francisco, a man named Wm. C. Smith, residing at No. 299 Dupont street, was found dead in his bed this morning lbout half past 6 o'clock, with n bullet liole under His right ear and above the eft. Deceased had been living with a Blcxican woman named Martinez Perez. ■' '* thought he shot himself. I The overland mail carried 8,203 through Arrivals, ship Eldridge, 132 days from New York; ship Prima Donna, 127 days from New York ; ship Noonday, 127 days from Boston ; ship Coqnimbo, from Sydricy i ship Oracle, 119 days from Liverfool; ship Jean Uoufo...

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Legll*l>tlTC> [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 11 February 1860

Legll*l>tlTC> Sacuamkxto, Feb. 10, 1860. SENATE —Merritt introduced bill appropriating $2;>0,000 to pay equitable indebtedness against State. Bill t-, pay Judge Harbour s c laim pa--,ed. Bill to repeal act creating tin- otiico of State Guager, indefinitely postponed. House. —Governor Downey ,-ent hi affidavit of a citizen of B.miciu, in denial of statement made in the Dillon letter, concerning Indian difficulties at Round Valley. Resolution to priut usual number of copies of Fairchild's political resolutions, lost. Bill to prevent adulteration of liquors referred to special committee of three with instructions. Gwiun of Yolo, offered resolution concerning fraudulent land grants and appeals from their confirmation. The resolutions are similar to those passed by the last assembly, but defeated in the Senate. Referred to Committee on Public grounds. Railroad Convention. The Railroad Convention rescinded the fifteen million proposition. The resolution to...

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Shooting Affray at Sail Juan South. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 11 February 1860

Shooting Affray at Sail Juan South. SAN JUAN, SOUTH, Feb. 10. A shooting affray occurred, yesterday, near Watsonville, between a party of squatters. The alfray originated in a dispute about a land claim. One woman and two men were shot, and severely wounded. It is feared that the wounds of one of the men. will prove fatal. Hoover and Marks, and the wife of the latter, are the wounded persons.

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[From our own Corroapoudent.] I haci'umeiito Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 11 February 1860

[From our own Corroapoudent.] I haci'umeiito Correspondence. SACRAMENTO, Feb!). 1860. EDITOR APPEAL : We are going it jjrettv strong here just now, on the Pacific Railroad question. The Convention had three sittings yesterday and evening, and three to-day and evening. The grand question has been, not so much what to do to further the work, but whether, or no(, take back what the Convention did in September last, viz:, the proposition then agreed upon, to recommend Statcaid to the Pacific Railroad project in the sum of §15,000,000, as a loan. A motion to rescind the recommendation was warmly discussed last evening and to-night. General McDougal made a fine effort in defense of the loan proposition. He answered the argument of Col. Crockett, that the route had not been selected jr surveyed, and that therefore the loan proposition was premature, by showing that the loan could not be made until, by due process of legislative recommendation, and an expression in favor thereof by the peop...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 11 February 1860

REYNOLDS BROS. BANKERS, No. HUi Third Street, MaryNvlllc, PURCHASE I COLD BARS AM) GIOI.D DVMT, At best LUARK' I rates. milk" advanet-.s ON Gold Dust consigned to the U. Mint for COINAGE. W' SELL EABTEHN EXCHAGE V# In sums to suit, at current rates. DRAW CHECKS AT PAR OX SAX FRANCISCO AND SACRAMENTO. Ship Treasure to New York on the most favorable terms, covered by Insurance in the best London Companies. Attend to COLLECTIONS, and transact n General Ranking business. Agency Oaudalupe Mines, Santa Clara. A large supply constantly on hand, and for sale at San Francisco Agents' rates. Jan23-my REYNOLDS BROS. r. DECKER, J. 11. H. JEWETT, J. A. PAXTON. DECKER, JEWETT & PAXTOX, BANKERS, MARYNVILI.E. Banking Hours from 0 a.m. to 4 p.m. ADVANCES ON) aOIiD DUST FOB ASBAV AT 0. S. MINT. CHECKS AT PAR ON PARROTT & CO., SAN FRANCI3CO. H. F. HASTINGS CO., SACRAMENTO. OUR 810UT AND TIME DRAFTS ON AMERICAN EXCHANGE BANK, NEW YORK, Available in the principal cities of the Un...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 11 February 1860

BOOKS, &C. BOOKS! BOOKS!! BOOKS!!! STATIOXHRY, MUSIC! KAN OY ARTICLES! Sc.. INIW-MIISIC A AT THE n Marysvillo Book - AND—MUSIC STORE! GUST AVE AMY, Respectfully calls the attention of hisold friends and patrons and the public in general to his NEW AND INCREASED STOCK HOLIDAY G I FTS, STANDARD LITERARY WORKS, PROSE AND POETICAL VOLUMES* NOVELS, ALBUMS, AND MAGAZINES, NEW SHEET MUSIC, ENGRAVINGS, FANCY GOODS, TOYS, ARTICLES OF JVERTU WRITING MATERIALS, ETC., ETC. All of which ho offers for sale at the most favorable rates. This is the largest and lost selected stock of the kind north ol San Francisco, and is scarcely equaled in the State. lie also has on hand a large supply of that invaluable work—* BANCROFT'S CALIFORNIA LAWYER AND FORM BOOK. He is in constant receipt of all the choicest Magazines. Periodicals and Tapers, the latest sheet MUBIC, and now books of every kind at WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. The attention of INTERIOR MERCHANTS Is solicited to his very complete stock,...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 11 February 1860

CLOTHINti. CHEAP H. EILERHI\ & CO. MERCHANT TAILORB Fashionable Clothiers, Are now soiling tbelr large stock of WINTER CLOTHING AT IMPORTED COST, To make room for a large stock of SPRIJTG CLOTHING, About to arrive from Naw Vork. Cloths, Cassimeres and Vesting^, HADE UP TO ORDER IN A PREMIUM STYLE, ATFTHE LOWEST CASH PRICES. Gentlemen preteriug having tbelr SPRING AND SUMMER CLOTHING Made to order In New York, Van do so by living tbelr order at H. KILKRMAN &. CO.'S. , No extra charge made for garments no ordered, and returnable In sixty days. JUST RECEIVED, A LARGE INVOICE OF IXDIAX TAX A.NO WOOL KNIT GLOVES. ! H. EILERMAN A CO. ' 64, D Street, next door io the Theater, jan23-tf Marysvtlle. FALL STYLE OP HATS, Por 1869, ARE NOW READY AT THE EAGLE HAT MANUFACTORY, 37 D Street. Jan23-my JAS. L. DALEY. T. B. ELDER, HAS THE BEST ASSORTMENT OF House Furnishing; Uoods To be found In California, consisting of STOVES, BRIT ANN A, CROCKERY, GLASS, STONE, w oocl.cn w ar...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 11 February 1860

MISCELLANEOUS. J. S. ESHOM, NO. 66 THEATER BUILDING. BOOTS Jijrn SHOES CHEAP FOR CASH. Now Id store, a larg* and well selected ituc* of loots, Shoes, dso., From all the beet manufacturers in the United States and France from the finest to the heaviest. The atention of Ladies ia invited to a floe aaaortmcnt of all the various styles of Gaiter*, Buskins, Slippers, *«., 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, CAMPHENE, Ac., At wholesale and retail, at the lowest market price Also, Kcroacne or Coal OIL Jao26-my. ATTENTION! SMOKERS I TIIE UNDERSIGNED BEG LEAVE TO INform their patrons and friends that they have now made such arrangements with the lower house* as will give them the advantage over all competitor* in their line of business, and which will put them in constant reception of the finest and newest brand* of Havana Cigar...

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©wjfailg Appeal. A Y«U| W1T< Dlea Brakes llrttrtrd. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 11 February 1860

©wjfailg Appeal. A Y«U| W1T&amp;lt; Dlea Brakes llrttrtrd. In theobituary department of the -'Journal, published at Palmer, Mass., we find the following announcement: "DlED.—Mary, aged 20, wife ot DeWitt Clinton Packard, of Providence, R. I. ' In the editorial column there is a sr.d and touching story, relating to the announcement which we annex below. It is a lesson from the tomb, to the young and thoughtless, and told so eloquently, that it cannot fail to make an impression for good on readers of every tige. It says : "In another column we record the death of a young lady who died of a broken heart. We do not like to trespass upon the sacredness of domestic grief, to unfold the details of her sail story; but when the privacy of affliction becomes : public feeling, it is not improper for the press to place the events 011 record. It is , not necessary to repeat nnines or relate minute particulars. It is enough that we draw the outlines of a picture for the reader to paint with a...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 11 February 1860

MISCELLANEOIS. Stage Depnvtuifs. CJTAOES leave the office of the California Stspe Company. No. 4.*» I) street. every morning, for Tehama, Red Bluffs. Shasta. Weavervill\ Yrekaand Jacksonville, 0. T., at 0 o'clock every morning. ForOroville. Pence's Ranch. Dog Town, lJuhvell Bar and American Valley, at oo'clock. Every evening at *J o'clock for Oroville. Every evening for Timbnctoo, Rough and Ready, Green Valley. Nevada and Orleans Flat at 0 o'clock. Every morning for Empire Ranch. Moon«»y Flat, French Corrall, san Jnan. Camptonville and Forest I City at 6 o'clock. Kvery morninc; for Oregon House. Keystone Ransh, New York House, Btrawberry Valley; La Porte, i St. Louis Hv.d Uibsotiville at ti o'clock. Every evening for Zubrishe's, Dry Creek. Long Bar. and Parks' liar at \y, o'clock. Every other morning Tor Johnson's Ranch. Virginia. Oold Mill. Opliir and Auburn, at 6 o'clock. Every other morning for Sewall's Ranch. Bangor, ' llausonville. Brownsville and Forbstown at ti o'clock. (iEXE...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 11 February 1860

NURSERY. NEW JERSEY NURSERY, JI'ST RECEIVED. AT NO. 44 E STREET, 1000 A pi'lt* trees. 2 years old; 30 varieties, large and fine growth. 800 Pear trees; 7 varieties, 1 and 2 years JSZ ow. 100 Plum. 2 years old; 6 varieties. 100 English Cherry, 2 years old; 5 varieties. 5 000 Grape Roots, 1 aud 2 years old. 2000 Peach trees ; thirty varieties. 500 Klack Walnut Roots, 2 to 3 feet 100 Locust. 50 Large Weeping Willow. 4000 British Queen Strawberry. • The above, comprising the largest trees, and best selected fruit, direct from Coxe's Premium Nursery, San .Tone, will be sold very low for cash, together with Barley, Corn. Wheat, Shorts. Flour, Brand, Potatoes. Onion*. Cabbage. Smoked Salmon. Ac. JOHN SI V DAM &amp;amp; CO. TREES! TREES! TREES! ! 10,000 Apple, one two and three years' growth. 5,000 Poor, one and two ** 44 0,000 Plum, Apricot and Nectarine. 1.000 Poach. 2,000 I x&amp;gt;cust. large size. FOR SIZE. BEAI-TY AND SYMMETRY, |we cluillengo competition. We guarantee all tre...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 11 February 1860

DRY GOODS. I T. n. WALKER, J. C. WILSON. J. R. MASON. Walker, Wilson, &amp;amp; Co., SEALERS IN STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, C L O T HIN O, i LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S' HOSIERY. ETC. | No. 'SI. I)nt. ( east side, next door to Rice.CofHn.i Co'* MAUYSYILLE. PAKTUTLVR ATTENTION PAID TO oUM'RS. jan-3-my CHE AT IJiDI'CEMEIVTH JIS A T 00S T ! [ Tn order to make room for shipments of now goods, | the undersigned offer at Cost their entire and well I imported Htoek of | KALI, AND WINTER GOODS, French :«n«l American Prints at coat, AVool ami Silk Dress (lootid at cost. Sheeting. Linens ami Domestic* at coot. Pibbons, Notions and Fancy Goods at cost. Ladies and children*' Shoes at cost. Carpets. Druggets, Oil Cloths and' Mattings at cost: If yon wish to save money in making your purchases call early at jan2.T-my M. A. imOMBEUOEII A CO.'S. ?», .\OTIC.'E !!:"* &amp;lt;i*T At# S. GOODMAN &amp;amp; CO., No. 35 D Street, MARYSVILLE. OWTNO to the dullness of the times and the scarcity of mo...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 11 February 1860

M KDICAI, DR. L.J. CZAPKAY'S PRIVATE MEDICAL AND SURGICAL INSTITUTE, j Sacramento St., below Montgomery* j (Opposite tho Pacific Mail Steamship Co.'s Office.) SAN FRANCISCO. Established in 1854,/ or the Permanent Cure of all Private and Chronic Disease** and for the jSujtpression of Quackery. ATTKXDIXU AM) 11KSIDKXT PHYSICIAN, L. J. CZAPKAY, M. I)., liitc in the HunguI rian Revolutionary War. Chief Surgeon to tin* Milij tary Hospital of IN sth, Hungary, late Lecturer on I Diseases of Woman and Children, and Honorary j Member of tin* Philadelphia College of Mediciye. Jyrj ■ Particular attention paid to the treatment of diseases peculiar to Woman and Children." t* U OFFICE HOIRS —Fnun 9 A. M. till t» P. M. Com- ! municatious strictly confidential. Permanent cure guaranteed, or 110 pay. Consultations by letter or otherwise, five. Address Dr. L. J. CZAPKAY, San Francisco, Cul. To tlie Atllictecl. Dr. L.CZAPK AY, lateof tho Hungarian Army, and Honorary Member of the Philadelphia College ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 11 February 1860

M KDTCAL. or local weakness, nervon debility, low spirit*. lassitude. weakness of tlj limbs tiiul -hack, indisposit ion ami incapability f, labor ami study. dullness of apprehension, lon of memory, aversion to society, love of solitude, timidi ty, self-distrust, diy.zineMs, headache, involuntary , discharges, ptiinw in the Hide, Affections of the ey • pimples ou the face, sexual and other infirmities in ) man. are cured without fail by the justly celcbr&amp;amp;M physician and surgeon, L. .1. CZAPKAY. l|j H i nK thod of curing diseases is new. (unknown to other* \ and hence the great success. All consultations (ht letter or otherwise) free. v * Address L. J. CZAI'KAY, M. D„ fctau Francisco. fHHIK GREATEST DISCOVERY OF THE AOE' JL Great blessing to Mankind! innocent but ; potent! Dr. L. .1. CZAPKAVS PKOPIi YLACTIJ CUM, (self-disinfecting agent.) a sure prevent!* f against Oonorrlaeal and Syphilitic diseases, and m [. unsurpassed remedy for all vencrial scrofulous gangrenous and c...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 13 February 1860

Dai [n&amp;amp;afeMaafal VOIi. I. MRYSVILIiE, CAL., VIO\IU¥ IORMVfi, I KBRI ARY IS, IS«0. \&amp;lt;&amp;gt;. 1.9

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|®hc § ailg [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 13 February 1860

|®hc § ailg PRECIOUS WIT. —A few Jays since a little ragged urchin was sent by a mechanic to collect ft small bill. He began in the usual way, but becoming more and more importunate, at length the gentleman's patience betng exhausted. Uc said to him, •'You need not. dun me so sharply—l am not going to run away. "I don t suppose you arc," said the boy, scratching his head, "but my master is. and he wants the money." CURIOUS COINCIDENCE. —The house in which Moore was born is now a whisky shop; Burn's native cott-.igc is a public house ; Shelley's house at Great Marlow, ti beer shop; and even Coleridge's residence at Neither Stowey, the very house in which the poet composed his sweet "Ode to the Nightingale." is now an ordinary beer house. A house, also, in -which James Montgomery lived for forty .years, at Sheffield, is a beer shop. A man was taken up for stealing some valuable ducks, and after a description of them, the prisoner's attorney said, "Why, they can't be such a rare breed,...

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