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m J)ail]) Appeal. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 26 January 1860

m J)ail]) Appeal. ASCIENTFOWLING IN EGYPT. —The 'throw -stick' was a Hat-shaped mnsle, made of hardened heavy wood, of I'roni lit'teen to twenty-four Inches in length by one-and a half ill breadth, and about half-an-inch in thickness, the outer edge being thin and rather sharp. The upper end of the stick was slightly covered, the whole being siiniliir in form to the boomerang of the New Hollander. The fowler was accompanied on excursions of this kind by two or more attendants; some of whom wore children, and all had certain duties tar ytojfbrm, being placed in relative positions. in the fowler's boat. The water fowl were either approached under ambuscade of rushes or papyrus, or the fowler and his assistants placed themselves in concealed postions, and. by aid of decoy -birds, enticed the fowls to advance. The duty of the youngest or smallest occupant of the boat appears to hav< been that of attending the decoy-bird, which in every representation of the scene of the kind,...

Publication Title: Marysville Daily Appeal
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"Write Soon." [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 26 January 1860

"Write Soon." DV ELLA COOK. Long parting from tlio liearts w* love Will shadow oa'r the brightest liU'P; Anilhappy tluv who |>arl, uml prove Affection changes not with place. A sail farewell i« warmly dear. Rnt something dearer limy lie found To dwell 011 lips that are sincere, ! AMI lurk in bosom# closely bound. The pressing hand. Ihe steadliist sigh. Are l»>tll les* earnest than the boon Whieh. fervently, the lust fund sigh ll*'gt in the hopeful words. "Write soon.'" •• Write soon!oh. sweet request of Truth, llu* tnudei lv its accents come! We heard it first ill early youth. When mothers watched us leaving home. And siill amid the trumpet joys That weary us with pomp and show, W«* turn from all the brassy nni«" To hear this minon cadence bow. We part, but carry on our way Some loved one's plaintive Fpirii-liu. That, as we wander, seeni« to snv. "Affection lives on faith. At rile soi.n HORSE? FOR THE SALT LAKI ROT R - The San Jose Reporter says that «l. 15. Cr...

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lluMiiiensi Nolicm* [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 26 January 1860

lluMiiiensi Nolicm* Randal A Co., our most obliging friends and neigh- , bom, are offering a very excellent stock of everything in the book, stationery and news line. Their .store is just a few doors above our office, on Pstreet. WINKS AMI RR VNDIE*.—J. E. Duryee. at the Marys- , villo Exchange. No. L.'TS Second street, opposite the Western House, offers to the trading and drinking public a choice lot of wines and liquor*. SIGN PAINTING.—A. J. Long, house, sign and ear- > riage paint« r. 1) street. opposite the St. Nicholas 110- j , lei, does all sorts of work in his line, with neatness and dispatch. Boors AND SHOE?. —J. S. Eshom. No. 00 P street, Theater Building, has on hand a most extensive i ! stock of boots. shoes, slippers. otc., and besides these has a constant supply of oils, caniphene, and kerosene oil, which he will sell at wholesale or retail. FRUIT AND SHADE TREES. —George Laws, No. 9 P street, has a treat variety of superior fruit trees for ' sale. CLI U HOLS...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 26 January 1860

DRY OOODS. T. B. WALKER. J. C. WILSON, J- It. MASON, j Walker. Wilson, A: Co., j I) K A L KIIS 1 N XYAPLK AXD FANCY DRV GOODS, j t LOT 1! INC, LAWKS" AM) CIIILDKKNS" lIOSIKRV, KIT. | No. 11-1., i n-l next floor I" Ki.. .('otun.A t'o's j MAKYSVILLK. I rviiTicn.tn ATTENTION r\n> TO or.nv.n-. jnn'JU-my URGAT IAOIICEMESTSIIII AT ("os T : In oril 'r to make room for xltiitiivntr* of nrw K ni 's. Ih<* otft-r at Cost tli<'ir rntire ami w<*ll nssorf.nl stock of FALL AND WINTER GOODS, French ami American Prints at cost, Wool and Silk Oress Goods at cost. Sheeting. Linen* ami iMnestic* at co«t. Ribbons. Notions and Fancy Hoods at c«*!. Indies and children*' Shoes tit cost. Carj>ets, Prugpets, Oil (Moths ami Matting nf eost: | If you wish to save money in making your purchases call early at jan2.*s-my M. \. KROMRKRtJKU & OVS. Cognac. TIIK IIKST 111! A\ PS, A N |> OLDEST VINTAGE NOW IN CALIEORMA, OAS UK HAD AT &am...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 26 January 1860

MEDICAL. I)R. L.I.CKiPKAY'S PRIVATE MEDICAL AND SURGICAL INSTITUTE, Kucriimeuto St., below Mont Komiry, j (Opivditc th« Piicilio Mull Ptcnmn)ii|i Co.'u Office.) SAN" VHAN'CTCCO. | Kst'iblnhrd in 1854 .f0r the f\ rnitr.t. I'tnr "full Private mid C?tonic Vised fe? % nu<{ for the tittppresswu of Quo via ry. tTTKMHNU AM) UKSIPKNT PIIYSK t V\, 1.. .1. < ZAPKAY, M. I)., late hi tin; Uunga iinn Kevolutioiiary War. Chief Surgeon to the Milij tury Hospital of Pesth. Hungary, late lecturer on ! Diseases i»i Woman ami Children. and llonoray j Member of tin' Philadelphia College of Medicine. M.v" Particular attention paid to the treatment of diseases peculiar t » Woman and Cliildren. jl OFFICK HOIKS-—From u A. >l. till »P. M. Communications strictly confidential. Permanent cure gu a ran teed, or no pay. Consultations by letter or otherwise, free. Address Dr. L. .f. CZAPKAY, San Francisco, Cal. | To I lie Afflicted. Or. I- CZAPK AY.luteof the Hungarian Armv, j I ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 26 January 1860

M K DUAL SPKIt.M ATOIUI IKKA, or local weakness, nervous . _ debility* low spirits, lassitude. weakuess of the limbs find bark, indisposition and incapability fi»r labor and study, dullness of apprehension, loss of memory, aversion to society, love "f flolitnde, timidity, self-distrust, diy//iiiess, headache, involuntary discharges, pains in the side. affections ot the eyes, pimples 011 the face. sexual and other iutiraulics in man, are cured without fail by the justly cefe united physician and surgeon, L. J. CZAPKAY. Ilia* FlATFiliod of curing diseases in new, (unknown toother.*} and hence the great success. All consultations (bv letter or otherwise) free. Address L. J. CZAPKAY. M. D., San Francisco. rail IK (IKEATEST DISCOYKKY OK THE AOE. | Oreiit blessing to Mankind! Innocent but potent! Dr. L. .1. CZAPKAY'S PUOPIIYLACTICUM, (scliklisinfeeting agent*) a siyc preventive i trains I Gonorrheal ai *1 Sypldlitk diK'iWtfs, and an remedy for all veiioriid scrofulous. KnngrenoiM and canc...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 27 January 1860

DAILY APPEAL. VOL. I. MARYSVILLE, CAL., FRIDAY JANUARY 27, 1860. IVO. ,1.

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Supreme Court DccUlomt. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 27 January 1860

Supreme Court DccUlomt. She flailg jipf.il. PEOPLE V. BEATTY. —Defendant was i .convicted of a violation of the statute to $ prohibit gaming. Opinion by Justice Baldwin. The Court held that defendants j who have not been held to answer before the impanneling of the grand jury, may exercise the right of challenging the panel on their arraignment. The indictment was held to lie sufficient. The statue wan held to be constitutional. Judgment affirmed. D. 1). MYERS V.KELLY k CASKY. —Replevin. Opinion by Justice Baldwin. It was assigned for error, that the Court I below erred in admitting certaiu deposi- ' tions, but the Cou't say that no error was committed. The Judgment was aflirmed. BROWNER V. DAVIS. MARTIN, ETC. —Suit oil nil inju?ictiou bond. Opinion by Justice Baldwin The plaintiff* brought suit on a bond given to himselfand others ■ This was held to be proper, as the property ( upon which the injunction operated was f the sole property of plaintiff. There was >io error i...

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Agricultural Wealth of California. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 27 January 1860

Agricultural Wealth of California. ®be failg appeal. The first returns which the California mines yielded, says the New York Courier and Enquirer, were far beyond anything before heard of. The real amount of golden treasure which found its way to the sea-coast, and was thence shipped to different parts of the world, only increased the excitement already existing. The wave ofemigation received n new impulse, and the numbers that wended their way to California were immense. So large a' population as California now possessed required large supplies of the necessaries, and even the luxuries of life. As a consequence, different branches of trade throughout the world were greatly stimulated, and business of every kind received a fresh impetus. So engrossing was the attention of the people of California with her gold productions that thov tad uo time to discover that her soil contained other mines than those of gold. As soon, i however, as some began to cultivate thin soil, in order to ass...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 27 January 1860

THE MARYSVILLE DAILY APPEAL, rtßusuao EVKRV MOKNUK-, (aow».*r WXCP.PTED) At No. 01 D Street, UP STAIRS, B Y G. W. ULOO It & C O. o. W. IILWII. 0. w. DEItICKSON, W. F. BMX>B. Advertisements Inserted on the nuwt reasonable terms.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 27 January 1860

MISCELLANEOUS.! U. ARMSTRONG, UNION SHOE ST ORE, I So. 43 I) Street, MARYSVILLE. THE Stock in thin establishment, at the SKI present time, is unusually large and varied, V anil will be constantly replenished and kept ' W*»t'ull. I shall endeavor, as heretofore, to keep « superior quality of Goods, and I guarantee to sell them as lowas goods of the same quality can be bought in the State. To the people of Mar.vsville ami surrounding country, who have patronized me so liberally during the lust two years. I return my grateful acknowledgments, and I hope, by fair dealing, to retain their confidence and patronage. No. 4.'! I). St., next door to the office of the California Stage Co. ja .i23-my «• ARMSTRONG. JOH N 11. VMIHMT, Cor. First at. and Commercial Alley, WHOLESALE DEALER IN FLOUR, GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, CLOTHING-, BOOTS AND SHOES, MINING IMPLEMENTS, &c., &c., &c. ALSO, has constantly on hand 11AKLEY, POT ATOEH, ONIONS. BEANS, and UROU.NI&amp...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 27 January 1860

PROFESSIONAL. R. 8. MESICK, ATTORNEY AT LAW, OFFICE —Corner of High and First streets, up stairs, jan23my MARYSVILLE, CAL. G. N. SWKZY, ATTO R N E Y AT LA W, MARY3VILLK, CAL. OFFICE —Corner First and High streets, up stairs. jan'23-my CHAM. G. HI BBARD, ATTORNEY AT LAW, And Notary Public. OFFICE—SO D Street, MARYSVILUS. jan'iii. C. E. DK LONG, ATTO RN* E Y AT LAW. OFFICK —SchoII'H Building. (up stair l !.) D street, jan23-my MAHYSVILLE. REARDAN &. SMITH, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. ja23-m.v D Street, between Ist and 2d, Marysvllle. H. K. MITCHEIJi, ATTO R N E Y A T LA W, No. 45 I) street, over the California Stage Office, Jan'23-my MARVSVILLE. F. T<. HATCH, DISTRICT ATTORNE Y. OFFICE —Over Wells, Fargo £ Cu.'s, Jan2;t-iny MARYSVILI.K. CH AS. E. FILKINS, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. OFFICE —Cor of High street and tho Plaza, over Low llro.'s Bank, Jun23-my MARYI-VIJ.LE. JOHN T. MCCARTY, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. OFFICE— No. 76, D. Street, up stairs, ja'il-my MARY...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 27 January 1860

HOTELS, AC. MERCHANTS' HOTEL, Flr»t Street, Marysvllle, California. The undersigned respectfully iuform thmr ' |Jf.*•• iVicii-Is ;lII<I tlic traveling public; also PpljjjJj thoho wishing a more permanent Homo, i UgjlUL that they have leaned tl\c above well-known ; and popular establishment, and intend keeping it as a FIRST CtiASfl HOTEL, in overy department. By reason of experience, and strict attention to the wants of our guests, wo hope to merit and receive a liberal patronage. Bar and Billiard Room* first lloor. Office up atairn. Q&f The Mouse is open all night. jan23-my OHITKOIIILL & STANTON. Inited States Hotel, CORNER OF C AND THIRD STREETS, MARYSVILKR. STOKES dt SHIELDS I'EOTOIETORS. TUB Proprietors would respectftilly inform their friends and tho public tiiat tlioy Jj J: have recently, at «reat expense, fitted up ijJlLULthis NEW HOTEL, in u style unsurpassed by any house in tho city, and ore now prepared to accommodate nil who muy drsire BG...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 27 January 1860

SALOONS. J. H. DOUGHERTY, UNION SALOON, D STREET, ABOVE SXCOXD. Marj- x v 111 r . HAVING OPENED THIS wtu KNOWN establishment recently, 1 would inform my friends und patrons that I have on hand a choice stock of MCJ.I ORS ALEB and WIXKg, and are well prepared to refresh the inner man with any style of beverage desired. Connected with my Saloon is an Oyster stand, « here may be obtained at any hour. Oyatera, Crabs, Cluing, «fcc., got up in every imaginable style, and warranted to give satisfaction. Harry Dougherty ill always be happv to see his "lead*. JiWliQ " GEM," 1) STREET, OPPOSITE THEATER. F. W. GETZLER, Billiards, 25ct f. Jan23my MERCIIAKTS' HOTEL SALOON. HAPPY TO ANNOUNCE to his old patrons and the public generally, that i be is again at hiR Old Stand, ( THE MERCHANTS' HOTEL BAR, whore lie will continue to pass out the name good old drinks and cigars at 12% cents. BILL! U!D TABLES aIwAVH in order. jan2B-my JOHN K. RON KLIN. MAGNOLIA SALOON. «r. or. McM-sss, O St., 3d Door from...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 27 January 1860

THE MAHYBVULE DAILY APPEAL I» delivered 6y our Carrier, to Subscriber* in tht city, at the very moderate charge of BO Cents Per Week, PAYABLE TO IBS CAMUSR. We h»ve »»t our terms, for copies delivered by mall, at thu following reasonable rates: Ortr. Year (in advance) 98 00 Six Months, 5 00 Tuiu.l Months, 3 00

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 27 January 1860

"PERSONAL —We were much pleased to meet our friend J. P. Brown, of Cnmptonville, in the city a day or two ago.— Since his return home he has taken great interest in circulating and obtaining subscribers for the APPEAL, for which kindness we beg to tender him our thanks. TUASKS. —WeIIs, Fargo & Co., again placed us under obligations yesterday, by the delivery early in the al'ternon. of letters and papers from Son Francisco and Sacraihento. Randal 4 Co., al o conferred similar favors upon us. Thank them botb. TN THEATBB. —The "Merry Wives of Windsor" drew a full house last night We had not anticipated that it would, and «rp happily disappointed that it did. To-night. Mr. Hackett will appear as "Mons. Mallet," "Nimrod Wildfire," and "O'Callaghan," Of course the Theatre will be crowded. This is Mr. Hackett's last appearance. There will positively be BO "positively last." Mr. Baker and company go to Oroville, as we learn, where we bespeak for them crowded houses. Mr- Hacket r...

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An Attachment Law- [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 27 January 1860

An Attachment Law- There is probably no 6ubjoct of Legislation in which the business men of California feel a deeper interest than in that involving an attachment law. We do not propose to go into a lengthy dissertation upon the system of debit, and credit, but merely to call attention to what we conceive to be a much needed amendment to that portion of the California Practice Act, known as the Attachment Law. We see that a move has been made in the Legislature towards the restoration of the law of 1851. We do not believe that it would be wise to restore that act. Because it was so open to abuse, and for the reason that it so induced the perpetration of frauds, were the reasons for its repeal. By its provisions, it was a matter of easy arrangement for the creditor to ruin or defraud the debtor and vice versa. It was unjust in many of its effects, and was in derogation of all departments of business. A few weeks since an article appeared in the San Francisco National, briefly setting...

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TELEGRAPHIC. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 27 January 1860

TELEGRAPHIC. [BY UNION TELEGRAPH LINE]. roil TOE MARTdVUXI DAILY APPf.IL. Arrival of Ihe Sonars. SAX FRANCISCO, Jan. 26. The steamer Champion hence in company with Golden Age. reached Acapulco 37 hours after the departure thence of the Golden Age. The Sonora brings (540 passengers 300 tons freight and a largenumberof valuable stock, consisting of horses, bulls, sheep and 400 hives of honey bees 4 o owners on board. In port at Panama, U.S. sloops of war Lancaster, and Levant, and steamer Orizaba. The latter to leave for San Francisco, on the arrival of the mail. At Acapulco, ship Mary McNer, with coal to P. M. S. S. Co. Fiaiengeri. L. C Roilgers. wife and child: L. L. Biker and wife 0. A. Williiun. H. F,. Green. E. It. Goddard and wife. L. L. Loorals and wife. Mr. Ray. Mrs. Hunt and daughter. Mr. Cole, wife and 3 children: J. F. Griffith. Geo. H. Weaver. Mrs. Gelston and two daughter*. J. N. Miutury. 8. Diet*. A. H. Dixon, Mrs. J. A. Roger*. M. C. Monseret. Mr*. Oalhart and 4 childre...

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