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T!»e Cobtm. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Herald — 22 November 1850
T!»e Cobtm. DiaitCucst—-U'eshalc-miin-i our report* M the pfoceedinir* of thi Court in thn Urii n nnt.fr. The prt ceedings of it&gt;e Court of S?s»ions hav crowded out Lui: ru.aj. ea of our reports; We shall tuwc occasion in cor next t make Dome comment* on tlie Bar c Yuba County. Cochtor Sewi Ti EfDAV, Noi '9-—Hon. Henry P. Hau-i, Presidin. Judge, O. P. Sti lger, Ksq., Assoeiat Justice. This Court met this morning Ibr th transaction of County business. 1 hold* it* sitiings in The City Hull.The greater part of the forenoon wi occupied in allowing bills against th County. Bills of Inspectors, Judge and Clerks of the last election wer presented from a great number of pre cincts The Inspectors and Judge place different estimates upon the Talu of their services—in some instance charging $10. in others $25 a day. i qoestion arose is to ihn power of th Court to allow bills for such services.— Mr Mulford, the County Attorney, con tended that as the law hud not provide* any compensa...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Herald — 22 November 1850
ru(M i %i« 11 io&gt;::: I"he (iournor nt iho Siate of Cllibrnia, to all to whom the** prcecnt* may com*: Urmfting . In compliant* with th« long established ami. appropriate custom of our father* aa wel« a* in accordance with his own f« »in*s. the under ■ogmd. Governor of ihc Stale of t ahtorma. l hereby rvconinwwda that Saturday, the ihwtuth day of iNoveiubtr, ona thousand »»gh' j iaimlrt»J and fifty, be act apart and efcaervsoi by the people of California, a* a day of aolvmn thankagmng to the Supreme Keier of th&lt; ' rnivev&gt;«. for the unnumbered bleeainga lie , *to wed hy Htm upon our young Stale ami' people; a- d cspectilly for our admission into! (he harpy family of Statea Oteen under my hand, at the PueWode San j Joac, the fourth dar of November, in the yearj &gt;f our l ord, ona thousand eight hundred and; fifty, and of the Independence of ibe Unite*.' Statea, the seventy fifth. PETER H. f'UKNKTT I uiou 11 u tel. 'PHIS ESTABLISHMENT &...
Fto* Itokca'c W»r*W WIMU a+r~* Tkiak • ( *le«. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Herald — 22 November 1850
Fto* Itokca'c W»r*W WIMU a+r~* Tkiak • ( *le«. rao» rat »*»** unit mrr* r*«M.T. 1 *uppo*e you thoaiht ' *.i 4 dead ? S&lt;&gt; *och thing. Dori't Sane; yourgelree I lull I haven't (rot my eye upon you I am wi.lr amlit, aoJ you give nf plenty to look at I have be run my £reat work about yoa. I liave hern collecting matenal&gt; from the Horse. to Sefw with. \ ou. are giad to hear rt ain't you ? Very likely. Oh, be give* you a nice character! He make* y*u out a charm nig met «* felfcwr*. He inform* me by-the-by, (hat be u a distant relation of the pony that ar» taken up in a balloon a few week* ago; and that the pony'* account af your go*.ng to aee him at Vauihall Gardens, is an amazing thing. The pony *ay* that when he looked round on the aaembie&lt;i crowd, come to *ee the realisation of die woodcut in the bill, he found it impossible to ducover which w» the real Muter lireen —there were »o many M i«ter Green* —and they were all *o very green ! But tha...
I STATE ORDINANCE. II vM act to provide for the tits or MECHANICS ANl> OTHERS [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Herald — 22 November 1850
I STATE ORDINANCE. II vM act to provide for the tits or MECHANICS ANl&gt; OTHERS ' Tlu Ptrplc cf Li* Stale &lt;/ Caiiftmia, rtf ! rut! ted in Senate and Aaeeiabif, do enac: tu/dUnes: 1 1 I Ail Master FaiMw Mechanic*. Lumber Merchants. and all other persona per form*rr Übor. or furnishing materials ior the j esostrnetinn or repair of any building or wharf -n*. nave a !*n separately, or jointly, apon the ( wndam or bat-nag* orwhartwhich they may ( i nave constructed or repaired.or for which the} :»ay have furnished mater ais of any descrtp 'nam. to the extent of the labor done, or materials furnished, or for both. ' Scran* 2. Ar.y such contractor, journey- ' mao, or laborer who may be employed in the * construction &lt;&gt;r repairing of any hutlding or , wheri or m furnishing any materials for the same, may Rive to the owner or owners of the ( building or buildings or » bart on which he ruv,| ■ nave worked, or for the con?traction ol which r he may hav...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Herald — 22 November 1850
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CMMk. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Herald — 24 November 1850
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f ma* O—tirv J-vW W fens m4 all ito I 4. t.c <l»iMrtaf [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Herald — 24 November 1850
f ma* O—tirv J-vW W fens m4 all ito I 4. t.c &lt;l»iMrtaf During a visit to a friend in the I jcountry. I was enjoying a walk in his i garden before breakfast on a delight i ful morning in June, when my atten-1 ition was suddenly arrested by the i pensive attitude of a boy, the son of uiy host, whom I observed standing\ before a rose-bush, which he appeared I to contemplate with much dissatisfae | tion. Children have always been to I me a most interesting study and i yielding to a wish to discover what i could have clouded the usually bright | countenance of my little friend, I in i quired what had attracted hiui to this &lt; particular rose bush, which presented &lt; but a forlorn appearance when com &gt; pared with its more blooming compan , ions. He replied : " This rose bush i is my men: papa gare it to me inji spring, and promised that no one elsel should touch it. I have taken grea' i pains with it; and as it was covered i with beautiful roses l...
TO TIIK PI RlJf . [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Herald — 24 November 1850
TO TIIK PI RlJf . *'• wmr (h« pr pnttNMi nud« lo mir (Kttfni In aur *ao« of Oototac, to pur* «»n the paper i to* »«« • waalu A« aooa Mwe hare ma. rojamria/ Maori Kif ad var »arm-i«ta &lt;ira then bad ftve. ai*J makrf tor Umt mot*) wt «hail i«*u- a tri-waekfr pa pr* *&gt; the mm* rate of *oMenpti&lt;*» which we now recot*- P:t "tr t#ra liffir W« ehail at ibe aan»e time, rr I-we of #i»if!e numb-r« i«' ttf ftfliM. fttaxrid wr ref«rre the addition* i adver »aemeci(» ther* will abf? ha eleven c/l imw of reading m«tl* r in aaeh an fjb-r. an unuwri of readinf greater thai, le contained in'»ne number of an&gt; paper to the coon 117, cvept Ilia weefcliaa, which af« mere rrpuh ir» ifo»a from the dailier of the eereni ertabhahmenN where Ihef arr pvbhehed. We aak the nln.d mrt tence of &lt;*ir f/lende lo thi* awtt r. pmmirui* ia retiro to e*ert «ar beat *r. daaravra b» malre the paper tnrereeting to Ma reader* and uaefui miha community.
—— -J- -rr-r— ...A.j.ulf .«.J TBu ■» I Vnrffiam in 4 aliforma. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Herald — 24 November 1850
—— -J- -rr-r— ...A.j.ulf .«.J TBu ■» I Vnrffiam in 4 aliforma. We haw been asked what our politic* are ; and we have replied Califorman. We have further been naked, to what party we belong; and we have answered, to the California pirty. .Some have considered these replies vague and indefinite; we do not at ail consider them »o. There is no party machinery necessary to the accomplishment of the behests of the time and the country in which we lire; much less does there eiist the i., crs«iiy to resuscitate here the old, unmeaning (at present) and almost exploded terms, as far as any real issues are concerned, of Whig and Dem ocratic parties. A* we hare before remarked, there w nothing now left us, here, ettrej t the election ol United States Senator this winter by the Legislature, for which as Whigs or Democrats, we can rea •ouably contend. And as to that con tention, why need our representa'iver array themselves at either side of the old party line? We want a man to represent the .Sta...
Arrivnlef ihr I nlifornia. fourteen Day* I After. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Herald — 24 November 1850
Arrivnlef ihr I nlifornia. fourteen Day* I After. The Mail Simmer California arrived at San Francisco on Tuesday Ihsl. in 21 day* from Panama. She brought a large mart, and 220 passenger*. Among hfin were Col. Fremont anil family I'he news from the old Slates in of no •rreal import im e. Congress adjourned on the SOth Sept., haring been in session nearly ten mouths. The State election*, so far as return? [had been received, show a Democratic L'ain. In • 'Hto, Wood,( Drm.) is elected &lt;Jovernor by 10.0(10 majority. It ithought that the Legislature is Whig, though that party hns lost ground in ■he Congressional delegation. Joshua 11. Giddings has ht n re elected. In Pennsyi.vani* the Democratic Statf ticket has succeeded by a large major ity. The House is also Democratic In the Congressional Districts hearii from, the Democrats hare gained three Representative*. LAST KOJItXTS or coNoiirss. Washington. Monday. Sent. 30 The Pennte met at 10 o'clock and went immediately into Fx...
I>Ktri<l I'nurl. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Herald — 24 November 1850
I&gt;Ktri&lt;l I'nurl. Ihrv. H m. ft. Turner, Jxfige. Not. 18 and 19.—Charles Cavillaud vs. Rose, Reynolds t Co. —This w»s ■i suit on a note for $4,025 The dej fendaata claimed a set off Verdict ia favor of the defendant* for $246.fi5 and oat ■ptartrr of a cent. Swezy and Watkins I'laii tiff'* attorneya Haun a»d Row# defendants' attorneys. Not. 19 and 80.—The People t». Vmanzo Phelps and WiHinm Chewart. The defendants were charged with the ' murder of one Dixon m September last. The defendant Chewart wasdiacharged and the case against Phelpa was tried to-day. It appeared from the evidence »thal Phelps, Chewart and Dixon left Dry Creek near Rose's Ranche incampany ear'y in September for the moun t:«ins. In about two weeka Phe'ps and '"hewart retnrned without Dixon, and ihey stated at one time that Dixon had gone forward with some ea»ll« to 'm i t tKe emigrants, at another time that he had died of a fevar in the mmm'atw Suspicion being excited by these eon dieting stor...
Laws Jb4«tIsI Ii»>. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Herald — 24 November 1850
Laws and Judicial System. AN ACT to provide for extending thi Law* and the Judicial System of tin ! United States to the State of Call forma. Be it enrcted by the Smote am House of Ry eeemtatireg of the I'ni ted 6* utet nf America in Cone ret* Am nrmblrd* That all the laws of the Unit ed States whirh are not locally inap plicable thail have the same force ami effect within the said State of Califor ma as elsewhere within the United States. Sec 2. And be it farther enacted That the said State shall compose twc Districts, to be called the Northern ami Southern Districts of California, divided hy the 37th parallel ol North latitude And for the purpose of trying a I issue# of fact triable by a Jury in said District. a District t ourt shall be held in •aid Districts, to con ist of one Judge, who shall reside within the Distrirt to which he is appo.nted, and be called a District Judge. and shall in all thin#* have and exercise the same jurisdiction and power which were by law given tc the...