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T° 11,8 P, #i,l)' [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Herald — 18 November 1850
T ° 11,8 P, #i,l) ' We rroew tbt pr*fK«R&lt;i»n made u&gt; our cunni M» Mr 'M sf USib October, to pufctoh th* p»p*r three Hwre a w**M. As soon mwe Here nine rnln in rut •r«e»;liH edverteero*nie we then had «re, end j ae*«f *"t tow coore) we «i,nil lien- e paper at (he am* rate of «*eertp&lt;ton whtrfi we now ' rae*ee for oar Mtweeklj tewie. We ibefi at the ' earn* time, reduce the pnte of atogie atabera io ' rente. ,h » uW " rrcttttf tha Midilkoal KltiT iKnwi «hart will Mill ba etsvsn columns of rsadtiif matter tassel) so'obar, sn amount ttf ro«&lt;fao« fraitar !'*i' » t untamed m rmt anMtksr of any paprr m tli« cam Uj, —ft Iks wMeh art ma-a r-pnb !rom Ih* -tsllla. "f tha ...eral MukHshmral* sl.sia ihff srs |-ot/li«l,M Wa ass (fc* att Hd Mmm •: tntr tosnris hi ihta s&gt;»e- r pnunMng la rtliira to Mart uwt t*M ni Ssssoun l-i maia tha ptpar itnrresbnt io it a raa.dart B&lt;J uasftil m (ha commtmlfj.
Tafca »»4 Ihr Arfjarral I nallM. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Herald — 18 November 1850
Tafca »»4 Ihr Arfjarral I nallM. Our County is one of the most ex tended in urea, arid at the same time one of the moil populoaa, If not the mo»t populous in the State. It cannot contain less than 40,000 inhabitants.— Intelligent men, who are well acquainted with the County, have even placed it much higher. We put it at the nun; mum nnmber. Sutter County, which is of a peculiar shape, lies to the west and south of our County Its population is about 6,000. Hutte County lies to the north and a little to the west of our County; has an 1 area ol considerable extent.—about equal to our County,—and a population; of not less than 15,000. Shasta County lies beyond Butte. Cmwty. It is a large county in extent, and has a population of about 10 000 inhabitant#. Marys vitle may be said to be the nat ural point to which all these counties look for supplies, except Sutter County, and a portion of Shasta, which can probably be more easily supplied from Sacramento City. Tbera are, then.| about 90.0...
Diolrirt t nnrl. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Herald — 18 November 1850
Diolrirt t nnrl. Hon. Hm. H. Turner, Judge. Wednesday, Nov. 13. F. J. Mt-j Cann vs. George H. Beach and John 1 A. Sutter. This was a suit for servi , ces rendered. The plaintiff discontinued as to the defendant Sutter. Cause i tried between plaintiff and defendant I Beach. Verdict for plaintiff $750 Aud, plaint.ff's Attorney, Haun and Swezy, defendant's Attorneys. I Farish A. Adams vs. Lewis Ferrarii. /Sale of premise* described in declara- 1 i tion ordered. Thcrsdat, Nov. 14. Wm. H. Clark; vs. Miguel Ramirez. Cause tried; verdict for plaintiff £437 50 and costs' iAnd, plaintiff's attorney; Swezy, de "(endant's Attorney. Jacob Wittman vs. John A. Sutter Suitforservir.es; verdict for plaintiff $1500. Latham, plaintiff's Attorney; Swezy, defendant's Attorney. Nancy Height vs. Geo. V. Height. 1 Default entered. Swezy, plaintiff's Attorney. A. J. Campbell and others vs. H. &lt;fc J. T. Bower. This was a suit on a, note of #1500. The cause was placed on the calender although no n...
!Prom the Pacific Newt PM-Kalft BT AJ* OLD BLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Herald — 18 November 1850
!Prom the Pacific Newt PM-Kalft BT AJ* OLD BLOCK. My Pen-Knife—don't touch it, for 1 hire been grinding it a little, and i may eat your finger*. Allhough th&lt; /tvff if not had. the spring is a little wayward, and if it occasionally wounds jt will not cat deep unless pre«ed hard My Pen-Knife —thon hast long liit neglected among the odds and ends ir my pocket, hut I would not throw the« nway because I had no present use foi thy service in the highlands, for I wel ki»w. that like an old siring in our cab in, thou wouldst be useful some dayThere are too many reminiscences be tween us to part easily. Often has thou nibbed the pen in my journey on the plains, which indited a (ale of suf fering and toil !o near and dear ones a home; many a primitive fork hast thoi whittled out in our painful mounlan rambles, many a delicious slice of bacoi hast thou severed in our simple cabin and many a leathern thong hast thot cut to bind my worn out shoes to m] aching leet, when clambcring on ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Herald — 18 November 1850
PIKOCUNAI fOft!!! I The (kvww a&lt; the State of Caidorma, ?• ail ' i« whom tti#aepr»*e» Imsf coma: iirwrnqr " In compliance wub the fang eatahii?t«d Md' (appropriate custom at our (a-bei*. aa web in to jacconUnca With hia own ff i»nga. the aadat I • gned. Gotfrm»r of the fltgte of ( aiifbrma,, h-reby rwwniwndi &lt;hot *&gt;aturday, the tbir-i jtieth day of Nutfkr, ooa thouaand ♦♦oh hundred and fifty, be Mi apart ana obecned t»y the people of California, aa adar of solemn thankegi* ng to the Supreme Rater of tlw i mm e. tor ibo unnumbered btaoamga ba~j •towed by Him upon our young S'aie ami. people; a d especially for our admission »ato| the happy family of Statea. Gnrea under my hand, it tha PueWo de San . Joae, the fourth day of November, in the year of our 14ml, one thousand eight hundrrd and; fifty, and of the fndetiendeoee of (ha United j Matea, tba seventy fifth. PETER H WJMtKTT. I n ion Hotel. 'PHIS ESTABLISHMENT ia aitu | A a led on lV&gt;riam...
from r E4 otrarg Mnui. CaviM- mm* the AvtltofM. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Herald — 18 November 1850
from r E4 otrarg Mnui. CaviM- mm* the AvtltofM. In his last yearn the celebrated Cu vier loved to iWMt the incident* which Ant turiwd hi* attention to the Italy of natural history. While yourif and in want, he was engaged a* tutor t« the children of Count de Henry arid with hi* pupils inhabited an ol«i chateau in the Pay* de Cau* at Fiqua inville. Cuvier'a room looked towardrthe garden, and early each moruirg he aai accustomed to open hi* window and breatlie the freeh air, before com tnenung (he instruction of hia some what undisciplined pupil*. One m &gt;rn mg he remarked two (wallows building a neat is an outer angle of In* small ca»ement. The male bird brou/hi moist clay in hi* beak, which the hen ii* it were kneaded together, and, Willi the additun of *traw« and bits of hay formed their future home. Once the ' frame work wa* completed, both bird* haatened to line the interior with feath- ! era, wool and dry leave*; arid then taking flight together into a neighbor- 1 ing ...
STATE ORDINANCE. ; ACT TO riiiflW p«»ft THE LIEN OF M£CHAM< ft AND OTHERS [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Herald — 18 November 1850
STATE ORDINANCE. ; ACT TO riiiflW p«»ft THE LIEN OF M£CHAM&lt; ft AND OTHERS I\e People qf the State cf California, rep- 1 resented in Senate and Assembly, do enact at/&gt;Movi: ' Sacriov l All Maater Pu iders, Mechanic*, dumber Merchant*, sod all other per*on* performs g labor, or lurm*hinK material* tor the construction or repair of any building or wharf shail hare a hen aeparately, or Jointly, upon the building or bud-nngseor wharfwhiett ihey may have eonetrucied or repaired, or for which uiey nay have furniahed material* of any description, to 'he extent ol the labor done, or materials furnished, or fur both. Hectic 2. Any «uch contractor, journeyman, or laborer who may be employe*! in the contraction or repairing of any building or wharf, or in furnishing any materials lor the ..»arne, may givs to the owner or owners of the ( building «r buildings or wlufon which he may ( liate work«"d, or for the construction ol which r»e may have furniabed materials. notice in...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Herald — 18 November 1850
Ctprcssfs. Moason £l Co's Express, piE umlfrmgrie;! h»vo lormeii a copartnership for the purpose of running an express between Ssn Francisco, Sacrament* &lt;*!'», Marvsville. and the Mine*, connecting with R«M A Co'a Express at San frurtciam ' They will attend to the purchaaing of good*! to the forwarding and delivery of package* letter a and gold duat, and to all the u»oai l&gt;us»i new of an express. l.etters taken by order .from ftw i'ost offices at San FrancKro ami! Sacramento City, tills i*»iJerif&gt;d, efc. «*jc, AKania-B.il. Monaon. at Btrford o- OY joftee, sbn Francisco; R. A. Eddy, Marys ville; J. S Me fmwell, Nevada; J May l-*or&lt;l Coloma and (Greenwood; K. A. Gnawold tieorgetown sept:? if Edward W. Tracy, Agent for Hawley &amp; Co's Exp os*. f CORNER ofpecond treet and Miid Lane. Marvtville. l.etters and packagea forwarded to Sacra ' menu* City- .San Franc aco. bikJ through k. the States by Adams A Co 1 a Express. | Sept. 23, ISSn...
A CMMt« [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Herald — 22 November 1850
A CMMt« !«• %me. Wfmm0 ua iMim n • tbviW 1 -* W»n • I Us r-« t MM WlmJb, 11**1 BUI -*• iloeAlaili M|*u tw UMUtAl, • ••r» T»« v b£ Vh Ncmm u ar«fi «m U&lt;« ofn • rr ito&gt; tait *• •: .«*»*; * uw im«* C»wt k«&lt;|ukm ca »«*»*. MMH «|M O* pWM. itU «* «IKU W*w. Miif 4M *«r«l i«r% - »» i rwu J• &gt; »««f n * iwo«w. ; ami «to M I UM Fma anr* ( «««t» .ti ib hunnj •&lt;4hI. I I.IJ «|*« of (k»«k M, U i •! fc/.H IV IHfty Of ».f \,*+ • «! .IrUl.-w#.) U4, I • .»«*&gt;* uk- wvmn, MM £»»• T) » IiMvMiI omt of vte A « rai( iiM •«(.«■* »r*'i • 1 ' i&gt;l« m&lt; iMMMiiri. lad mi rlut »-u»* n filial tW M I •w j -«» MS . -mm -U iitl r*i«r«» Oil mu&lt; I unM «t ta*t ■ t *. AM "f T»»7 iw ■. ia»k( • i(u:ifd w? I T«lU.tV4 *M ithom Kin «i MTU mi i «JII «4ii, I iMCnmcMiM! m &lt;«AM mi«. -*• «*• •
i'*halan *1 • * Miasnui a Imi An-* i Mflkl «nk mm ati*rt«*l' [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Herald — 22 November 1850
i'*halan *1 • * Miasnui a Imi An-* i Mflkl «nk mm ati*rt«*l' lu a few minutes one of those wbt&gt; &lt; had gone off to our left came running i breathless to say that he had seen the , mighty game I halted for a minute, t ana instructed Isaac, Vho carried the t big Dutch rifle, to act independently ! | of me. while Kleinboy was to assist ( me iu the chase ; but. as usual, when j (the row began, my followers thought | only of number one I bared my arms to the shoulder, and. having im I bibed a draught of aijua purafrom the I calabash of one of the spoorers, I : grasped my trusty two-grooved rifle i and told my guide to go ahead. We proceeded silently as might be for a few hundred yards, following the guide., when he suddenly pointed, exclaiming, " Klow !" and liefore us stood a herd of mighty bull elephants, packet) together beneath a shady grove about a hundred and fifty yards in adrance L rode slowly toward them, and. as , soon as they observed me, they made' a loud...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Herald — 22 November 1850
*&lt;U *Ml&gt; w.th ta» «t». i* lull) •»- •Wiwl W aamvo til irntinw r—il wnl (B ■ ■lUal *1IW 4a i« IIFMIV L Ou^rl* •I K*fi»rlM-ct Rnrw in Ntw-%at\ ■&gt;' T«. » &lt;»M JJ, l*&gt;. IK H iml Administrator's Notice. Inn w Ctuninii. I I'tii l«nk. I ALL PBIWOSI) rhlM u»»'iV Mtal&gt; n# i,t MM. Uu si llwjwill*. &gt;'»«• CMnlf, in p*W 5un «i kmtip iwiiDn) m.i o* it qalrM Wfntm 'bmi t* Uir »'' 1 eHw" nwhw i4ort.ii •• n*iMI i-r , »ltW» lMi RHWUM Ami Oa J»U IPMI »ruu** RMIT Wliixm. AdawMVUn «l ilka !»»■■&gt; i«« ilmul MM litM l&lt; Vi I MM n*ri -• *■ |
TO TMIC IM Hlj 11 . [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Herald — 22 November 1850
TO TMIC IM Hlj 11 . W« re*** lb* pr i m»ri« to our f uvu- . •«f IMMM •f9fcb Ociofcrr.** fftifcU*b 1H« pM|M&gt;r tbr«* urnn • wetk. A» •—»♦» mw« H«v« oia • c&lt;tacnn* •fnuKfi if •tff»rito«ro«rito (w tf*a h*i Bve, ami Miii-Jfwfour iwrf')wr« ,4.| &lt;**a- ft tfl-x*#k)vpa-p«r »t tn« •»»«* r*i« of Mfrftrtpttoa wh ch w« mwt recoi* • far o«r •emi w««klj l«u«. H • shall at ill* •mm um®, r*lac« U.apr** of «&lt;r l ,;ie rn»oib*r« te. 42* a««to. Sinml l mm ree**9 th« additional advorUs»in«fH« ih«r* wiH MU to »lr ten eaiimn* of r*ad!ng mnt«&gt;r to Mh an iJbtr. M MnovJttt of ft- xlinf «*!•" to cofetamad to &lt;&gt;«• Mil - Hw of mi/ p .per la Ut« (fori *7, arcapt t.i« »«•*)*». w!&gt;&lt;eb aro roora ropnb ie« •*aa from iha &lt;U*b#c of (Via Micrii eatabitohtnani* woara ihaf are pubiiife*!. Wa ask tha aid and toll t*nte of nor Mwli In mate r, promtoing In r»»»iro to fieri &lt;*ir b««t «i &lt; ■ -*'•&...
Tkr Millar •»■»«» Karri Hrrr. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Herald — 22 November 1850
Tkr Millar •»■»«» Karri Hrrr. The rainy seasan may now be said luirly to have commenced. We shall undoubtedly have yet an interval of fair weather; but the effect winch the rainy aeiuion will have upon thin town haa now begun and will continue to operate until long after the rain« shall have ceased in the Spring. In the first place, the rain* have produced a rise in our nvcra, and we shall shortly have the hu»y steamers plying here from Hun Francisco iuid .Sacra mento City regularly, thua ndording to our marclianta. greater uad more reliahla facilities for receiving their good* I frmn below with deapatch and rcgulari I ty There seems alao to lie n i ling influence in steam that even give* , to a town to which it extend*, a more | go ahead ap|iearunce than the place , would mherwise cii|ny. Anotlier nlluct which the raina we | have already experienced, will have i will be to throw a renewed vigor into I the of trade here, by minting I the companies of miner*, and the pro | prietora o...