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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 14 February 1860
SALOONS. MOUNTAINEER SALOON, Weatern House Building, D Street. BROPHY k LAWLER, Proprietor*. THE very best of WINES and LIQtTORS always on hand. For further particular* call iu. J. E. BROPHY, jfti'l-ray WM. B. LAWLER. F. W frET^LBK, D STREET, OPPOSITE THEATER. jau23my J. H. DOUGHERTY, l \IO\ SALOON, D STREET, ABOVE SECOND, Maryivllle.; HAVING OPENED THIS WELL KNOWN establishment recently, I would inform my friends and patrons that I have on hand a choice utock of LIQUORS ALES and WINES, and are well prepared to refresh the inner man with any style of beverage desired. Connected with my Saioon is an Oyster stand, where may be obtained at any hour, Oyster*, Crabs, Clams, &amp;c., got up in every imaginable style, and warranted to give satisfaction. Harry Dougherty ill always be happy to see his friends ja23-my MERCHANTS' HOTEL, SALOON. JOHN IS HAPPY TO ANNOUNCE to his old patrons and the public generally, that he is again at his Old. Stand, THE MERCHANTS' HOTEL BAR, where he w...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 14 February 1860
Notice of Intention for a Turnpike Road. ' •&gt;r E, the undersigned, do hereby declare our intention to organize a corporation for tho construction of a Turnpike Itoad, having for its terminus the bridge of Geo. T. Mix, on North Yiht Itiver, near the mouth of Oregon Creek; thence up Oregon Creek, via. of Greenville, to a junction with the Marysvillu and La Port road, in the vicinity of the New York House, all in Yulm county; and notico is hereby given, that a meeting of the subscriber* hereunto, will be held at the bouee of Wn». Edgar, in Greenville, ou the 25th (lay of February, 180$ at 10 o'clock, a. m., for the preliminary organisation of said incorporate company: Wm. Edgar, Goo. 1. Mix, F. Jenkins, ' It.S. Jenkins, Peter Keslor, ltobert Bennett Wm. E. Morrison, 11. Goodfcllow, C. Johnson, G. JJ. Pepper. Feb. oth, 1860. feb9-lw« REMOVAL 11 REMOVAL !11 NEW MUSIc STORE. GRAY &amp; HEKWIJ&amp; Have removed to IIABE'S BUILDIKG, 163, Clay Street, 3d do(frabovo...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 14 February 1860
the § ailg appeal. MARYSVILLE, TUESDAY MORNING, FEB. 14. MELANCHOLY BIRIAVEMSNT.— The senior proprietor of the APPEAL, Mr. George W. Bloor, and his wife, have met with a most melancholy bereavment in the loss of their only child, a bright and promising little boy, of some two years of age. His disease was, as his physician informs us, bilious pneumonia. About a week since, the little fellow was in apparent health. His attack was of a very sudden and violent beginning, and his parents early felt apprehensions of fatal consequences. The little snfferer had the best of medical attention and the most watchful nurses; but, alas! to no avail; and about 12 o'clock on Sunday night, his spirit winged its way to Heaven. In the bitterness of their grief, let the bereaved ones find consolation in the assurance that He, who said, "suffer little children to come unto me, and forbid them not, for of such is the kingdom of Heaven,' has already taken their little one in His arms and blessed him, and...
Saint Valentine's Dny. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 14 February 1860
Saint Valentine's Dny. To-day is the anniversary of the patron Saint of love-letter writers. Dnn Cupid holds high carnival upon this blessed occasion. Saint Valentine's Day is always a dear, delightful season, but this year it is most particularly so, for this is Leap Year—so called because the ladies are given license to do the love making, and to corral diffident and bashful bachelors. The year is nlso designated as Leap, because, during its time, various and sundry politicians, struggling for the Presidency of these gullorious States, allow their ambition to run away with them, and in its vaultings, to over-leap itself and break its and their necks by tumbling into the bottomless pit to which all broken down and spavined politicians are finally consigned. Among those who will probably | take the fatal leap alluded to, are Stephen A. Douglas, Mudsill Hammond, Uncle Billy Gwin, John Minor Botts, llenrv A. Wise, William H. Seward, Old Buck, and Joe Lane. But we digress, and are in d...
I Prom our own Correspondent.] Sacramento Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 14 February 1860
I Prom our own Correspondent.] Sacramento Correspondence. SACRAMENTO, Feb. 12,1860. EDITOR APPEAL : The patriots are dumb to-day, for it is Sunday. The Capitol presents a deserted appearance, only relieved at intervals, by the lively, though not dignified conversation, of some porters and other attachces who cannot leave, even 011 this day, the classic halls of legislation. The hotels are, of course, a little livelier than on gome other days, for there is no committee work to be done, and the members find time to repose from public labors, and greet smiling outsiders in the public places of the city. As to the affairs of State, they arc in a tolerable condition. The Union continues to resist the encroachments of those disorganizing persons who refused to vote for printing grandpa Fairchild's resolution; the Jarboe war is a humbug, or it isn't, according to the complexion of the special committee, which will probably be appointed to " look into itso far as the Senate is concerned, th...
DIED, [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 14 February 1860
DIED, In this city, February 12th, GEORGE W„ only child of O. \V. untl Victoria A. Bloor, aged '2 yearB 1 month nnd 5 days. Friends ore respectfully invited to attend the funeral, from the residence of the parents, corner of F nnd Kighth streets, nt 10 o'clock A. M., Tuesday, 14th inst.
BOARD OP SUPERVISORS. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 14 February 1860
BOARD OP SUPERVISORS. MONDAY, Feb. 13. Hoard inet pursuant to adjournment. Present —Whitcomb, Chairman pro tern., and officers. Resignation of Mr. Page, as road overseer Foster's Bar township, accepted, and Chas. W. Miller appointed to fill vacancy. Geo. I. Mix appointed road overseer for Hullard's Bar towdship. Reports of Assessor, Treasurer, Auditor, and County Surveyor, as to county boundaries between Yuba and Butte, received and placed on file. The following bills allowed: J. R. Leanien, $47,60; Geo. Drew, $133,60; G. T. Borden, $21,00 ; Geo. Draw, $7,65 ; H. McMahon, slB,2fi; J. R. Vance, $15,58; G. Houghtaling. $132,85; L. H. Moore, $10.00; Pedro Roman, $5,00; Amvj $27,28. Hoard adjourned till 10 o'clock A. M. to-morrow.
Supreme Court Decisions* [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 14 February 1860
Supreme Court Decisions* In the case of Travel's v. Crnne, the respondent sought a modification of the former opinion nnd judgment of this Court, which was refused. In the case of the People v. Marquies, the defendant was convicted of murder. Opinion by Justice Baldwin. The verdict was, that the defendant was " guilty, as charged in the indictmentbut the indictment was as good for murder in the second as in the first degree. The statue provides that the jury shall designate in their verdict the degree of the offense. The jury should have been ordered to retire and return a specific finding of the decree. Judgment reversed and cause remanded. Browner v. Davis, Martin ct, al., came up on a petition for re-hearing. The petition was denied.— Standard.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 14 February 1860
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Board of Delegate*.— Tin- regular mooting of the llourd of Delegates will bo hold in tho City Hull, THIS (Tuesday) EVENING, February 14th, at 7*4 o'clock. J. 11. LASSITER, fobl4-lt Sec'y Maryeville Fire Dep't. Not tee.— An adjourned mooting of tho citizoiiH of Marysvlllc, will bo hold at tho City Hall on WEDNESDAY EVENING, tho 15th inst., at halfpant Hovon o'clock, to receive the report of the Committee, in reference to a consolidation ofthecity and county governments. LEWIS CUNNINGHAM, febl3-3t Chairman. Billies anil Harnes* THE subscriber litis for sole nt tlio NEW ENGLAND NURSERY, four miles from Marysvlllc on the Sacramento Kuai], SIX NEW BUGGIES, four of which arc covered and two open. They will be sold low for CASH, with or without harness. These liuggieß are inferior to none in the market, and those wishing to purchase uro invited to examine them. Apply to 11. T. HUTCHINSON, feb!3-lm* ,At the Nursery. &gt;" I» m w• &gt; STOLE or strayed, on...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 14 February 1860
ASSAY OFFICES. MARYSVILLE PIONEEII 11. HARRIS &amp; CO., [Successor to Hurrta &amp; Marchantl,] K Street, near the corner of Second, MARYSVJLLB. Alho — T3 «I street, Sacramento, ami 105 Sacramento street. San Francisco. Will continue to carry on tlio huriness of Melt* tnjf 9 lie fining ii ml Asftitylng &lt;3-old. and Ores, OF XVKKY DESCRIPTION. WK GUARANTEE tin* correctness of our Assay*, mill hind ourselves to pay tin- differences tlint iniiy arise with any of the U. S. Mints. Returns made in from 6 to'l2 hours, in ISA ItS or COIN. Be 'Specimens of Quartz. Assayed and valued. TEKJIS or AsiAYixa—The same as in San Yrancisco. janS3-my H. HARRIS it CO. 11. W. TIIEALL, CHAB. A. KEYSKII. ASSAY OFFICE THGAIiL &amp; CO., •UCCESSOR TO JlfiTH t HUNTEB, NO. 102, FIRST ST., 11ETWEEN D AND HIGH, Marysville. GOLD AND ORES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, JftELTEO *iJVD I'A'li At San Francisco rates, and Returns made in BARS OR UNITED STATES COIN, within six hours Our Assays...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 14 February 1860
AUCTION. [Advertisement.] Republican County Convention ; A COUNTY REPUBLICAN CONVENTION »• 1 assemble at Marysvllle, on MONDAY, lath, at 7 P. M., to elect Delegates to attend Jl KKPUBLICAN STATE CONVENTION at gjjfi nit-nto, on Wednesday, February «d—which ami to elect delegates from California to attend thelM tional Republican Convention at Chicago. The Republicans, and all other voters in the cob! ty of \ üba, who are willing to co-o|&gt;erate with tlw 3 in the support of the candidates to be nominated ■« Chicago, and who are opposed to the policy of foil present Administration; td federal corHjption mil usurpation; to tho extension of slavery into the t, i ritories; to the now and dangerous political docth % that the Constitution, of its own force, carries ,L cry into all the territories of the United State, v the rc-opching of the Aflrican slave trade; tol inequality of rights among citizens; and who mi, favor of the iiiiniedlate admission of Kansas intotk Union under the...
[For the Appeal.] lore Motive* for Enclosing "Colorado" within the State ot<California. Kxtracts from the Discussion In the Constitutional Convention. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 14 February 1860
[For the Appeal.] lore Motive* for Enclosing "Colorado" within the State ot&lt;California. Kxtracts from the Discussion In the Constitutional Convention. MB LIPPITT —The South has laid down the Principle, that the people of the State arc ■pe sole judges of what shall be its dopestic institutions. The South will not commit an act so suicidal as to refuse its IMsent to the Constitution because we Eve not cut off all South of 36° 30'. Eere is not a member on this floor, who Ilieves that sla"ery can ever exist there, here is no division of opinion between te Northern aud Southern population on bis subject. GWIN —We have a natural boundary to lake a greater State than any in the fuion. —the bay of San Francisco. If re had our choice, we would thus shape ur boundaries. But what do our brethen to the South say ? "Although, say hey," we prefer a Territorial Government j avoid the heavy expense of a State oranieation, yet we prefer enduring taxaion rather than separate from you, and ...
Nevada Items. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 14 February 1860
Nevada Items. The Journal, of Monday, gives us the following items : LOOK OUT FOR CHILDREN* AND MATCHES. A gentleman informs us, that on Monday last, about three o'clock in the afternoon, he was walking along Pine street, between Broad and Spring, and saw a little girl who had made a lively tire with shavings and matches under the corner of a wooden building. He extinguished the fire and reported the facts to the parents of the girl. Unless discovered at the time there would have been a conflagration. It was near the spot where the great fire of 1856 originated. Parents cannot be too careful to keep matches out of the hands of their children. WATER WORKS. —A trial was made of the water works on Tuesday. A stream of water was thrown to the height of some fifty feet through a threo quarter nozzel, and the work was pronounced satisfactory. ROBBERY. —The daguerrean gallery of Mons. Licbert, on Broad street, was entered on Friday night last, and a lot of pictures, &amp;c., taken....
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 14 February 1860
DRUGS AND MEDICINES. tft APOTHECARIES HALL, City Water Works, S. E. Cor. D and fourth sts. DR. C. A. HATUWELL, Graduate of the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy and University of Pennsylvania. respectfully anhonnces that he is in receipt of a fresli u nil complete assortment of Drugs, Medicines. Chemicals, Toilet and Fancy articles. Ac; also, the popular patent medicines. Wright's, Branileth's, Soule's llnlloway's, A.vres, Moffat's, Mc Lane's Pills. Ac. Osgood's Cholagogue, Cherry Pectoral, Mustang lauiment, Ac., all of which he offers for sale on the most reasonable terms. Kvery article has been carefully selected and warranted of tlio best quality. Thankful for the liberal support so far oxtended he will endeavor to merit its continuance. The strictest attention at all times dovotcd to the compounding of physicians' prescriptions. A private office is attached to the store, where Dr. Hathwell can be consulted. Advice to the poor, as formerly, gratuitous. N. B. Medicine* can be procu...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 14 February 1860
BANKERS. REYNOLDS BROS. BANKERS, Wo. Third Street, Maryavllle, PURCHASE GOLD BARS AND WOLD DUST, At host market rati-s, Nl;tk" :I&lt;LVUII&lt;:«&gt;S on Gold Oust consigned to the U. S. Mint for coinage. lb' SELL EASTERN EXCHA(iE »i In 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 in the best London Companies. Attend to COLLECTIONS, and transact a General Ranking business. QUICKSILVER. Agency Gaudalupe Mines, Santa Clara. A large supply constantly on hand, and for sale at San Francisco Agents' rates. jan23-my REYNOLDS BROS. P. DECKER, J. H. U. JKWETT, J. A. PISTON. DECKER, JEWETT &amp; PAN, MARYS VILLE. Banking Honrs from • a.m. to 4 p.m. ADVANCES ON; GOXJD DUST FOR ASSAY AT V. 8. MINT. CHECKS AT PAR ON PARROTT &amp; CO., SAN FRANCISCO. B. F. HASTINGS 4 CO., SACRAMENTO. OUR SIGHT AND TIME DRAFTS ON AMERICAN EXCHANGE BANK, • NEW YO...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 14 February 1860
BOOKS, &amp;C. BOOKS! BOOKS!! BOOKS!!! STATIONERY, MUSIC! FANCY ARTICLES! &amp;c., ic. NiWJkUSICi AT THE # Maryavillo Book AND—MUSIC STORE! ttUSTAVE AMY, Respectfully calls the attention of Ilia old Friend* ami patrons and the public iu general to his NEW AND INCREASED STOCK —OF—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. Aifty which he offers for salo at tho most favorable rates. is the largest and best selected stock of the kins north ot San Francisco, and is scarcely laled in the State. equaled in the State. Ho also has on hand a largo supply of that invaluable work— BANCROFT'S CALIFORNIA LAWYER AND FORM BOOK. Ho is in constant receipt of all tho 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 ...