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Indian W»r». [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 15 February 1860
Indian W»r». The reports of Lieut. Dillon and Major Johnson, concerning Indian affairs in Mendocino county, illustrates pretty correctly, the causes and nature of most of the Indian " wars" in this State. A whit.- man losass a hog or some othir animal, or thinks he does, and, incontinently seized with the idea that he is the victim of Indian dishonesty and depredation, he calls a party of his neighbors together, magnifies his loses and excites them to an immediate hunt for Indians ; —the first party of which is found, is generally annihilated before search is made among them and their effects for the missing property. Each member of the expedition, desirous to secure all the glory he can, as a partial reward for the part he took in the expedition, b&amp;asts of infinite prowess inmurdering a wretched buck, or a tarry-headed old squaw ; and betimes, this cold-blooded, wanton killing of a squallid handful of miserable root diggers and grasshopper-eaters, is magnified into the ...
[From our own Correspondent.] Sacramento Correspondence* [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 15 February 1860
[From our own Correspondent.] Sacramento Correspondence* SACRAMENTO, Feb. 13, 1860. EDITOR APPEAL : As I write, the rain is falling down in goodly quantities —a sight most refreshing to Sacramentans, who seldom see water in any other form. We drink mud, you know, and wash our faces in mud; and were my lord Hamlet here, he would find other "muddy rascals" than himself (ha I hal eapitol.) I The Legislature has not been very busy to day. Both Houses passed an amendment to the duelling law, to go into operation immediately, the effect of which will be to cause the Terry case, and all similar cases to be tried before District Courts. The bill was not passed a day too soon, for the Terry case was set for to-morrow, and the friends of the defendant stood in mortal dread of Judge Blake's court. A suspension of the rules was necessary in order to hurry the bill through to-day. It was passed almost unanimously. The grand "Injun" Investigating Committee was appointed to-day, and is composed of...
MARRIED, [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 15 February 1860
MARRIED, At Visalin, Tulare county, on the Bth mot., by the Rev. Mr. Teylor, K. O. K. HASTINGS, Ksq., of this city, to Miss Orssr REQUCTTK, iliiiighter of P. Bequette, Esq., of Sun Francisco. Tlio happy bridegroom, through nil authorized ami appreciative agent, "popped tlie question" to ourself, yesterday, through the sparkling medium of a generous champagne offering. May old Time, in his bastings, deal kindly with the joyous pair; and may the genius of bliss ever smile upon them, whenever they shall beck it.
TEE, EG Ml •! J* HIC. [BY UNION TELEGRAI'II LINE]. REPORTED TOR TDC MARYSVILLE DAILT Al'l'EAL. SanFranclsco News. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 15 February 1860
TEE, EG Ml •! J* HIC. [BY UNION TELEGRAI'II LINE]. REPORTED TOR TDC MARYSVILLE DAILT Al'l'EAL. SanFranclsco News. SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 14. Capt. Jerry Lunt, of the Liverpool ship Blondel, cleared for Callao, yesterday, but before going to sea was libeled and put in charge ot a United States Marshal. In the night the Capt. had a steam tug tow his vessel to sea while the Marshal was asleep. The steam tug returned this morning with the Marshal, and the ship had got fairly off. In the suit brought by Mark Brumigim, et. al, against W. 11. Tillinghast, City and County Treasurer, to recover the amount paid under protest for the stamp tax and bills of exchange, 4c. Judge Norton has decided in favor of the defendant, thereby sustaining the constitutionality of the law authorizing the stamp act. The trial of Dr. Chase was commenced to-day, iu the Police Court. No arrivals to-day. MARKETS. —Flour, jobbing sales of 300 quarter sacks, Alviso at 6j, 250 do domestic superfine at ."&gt;\ per...
Legislative. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 15 February 1860
Legislative. SACBAMKXTO, Feb. 14, 18G0. The Senate received a communication from Harvy Lee, offering to do the Supreme Court reporting for s.'t,ooo per annum for the first year, and for ip'2,500 for the three ensuing years, lie also offers to furnish, for five dollars, each, copies of the report# up to three hundred in number, required by law, and will sell to the ordinary purchasers copies for five dollors each. In the Assembly, the San Francisco Capitol resolution was referred to the special Committee on State Capitol removal. The Bachelor and Spinster's Homestead bill passed the Senate to-day without opposition. The House passed the resolutions concerning the Almaden mine suit. Assemblyman Ilcsten assaulted C. A. Johnson, a Sacramento lawer, in the street, this morning, with a cane, for writing the card signed by Catherine Penny, and published in the llee lately. Nobody hurt. Mr. Crowell introduced a bill to-day, providing for an annual tax of J? 10 upon all citizens of Californi...
Gold DUcovcryi [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 15 February 1860
Gold DUcovcryi YUEKA, Feb. 14. At Jacksonville, Oregon, on Saturday, new placer gold mines were discovered on Wagner's Creek. The ground lias been claimed for nine miles and about 400 persons now there. Great excitement —more quartz gold discoveries yesterday. (Jen. Limerick is gradually improving. Moralian, the mail contractor between Roseburg and Jacksonville, has abandoned his contract
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 15 February 1860
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Notice.— Rev. Tnog. M. D. WARD, Missionary Elder of the African M. K. Church, will preach THIS (Wednesday) EVENING, in the colored Methodists' Church, at 7 o'clock. I. O. O. K.««-Tlie officers and members of Yul&gt;a Lodge No. 5,1. 0. 0. F., are requested to meet with Oriental Lodge No. 45, THIS (Wednesday) EVENING, at 7 o'clock, for the purpose of forming an "Odd Fellows Library Association of Marysville." Per order of Lodge. CIIAS. L. THOMAS, Itecording Sec'y Oriental Lodgo No. 45. *S"The regular meeting nights of Marysville T. of 11. No. 5, are on the first and third Mondays of each month, ut 7 o'clock P. M. E. BAUGHER. W. C. T. E. T. LEAVELL, W. K. I. O. O. Fi—OrinnUl Lodge No. 45 meets every Thursday evening, at Odd Fellows' Hall, Third street. Brothers in good standing are invited to attend. M. W. BIIUBTEH, N. 0. C. L. THOMAS, Recording Secretary. I. O. O. .-••Marysville Encampment of Patriarchs No. B, I. 0. 0. F., meets at Odd Fellows' Hall, Third ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 15 February 1860
ASSAY OFFICES. MARYSVILLE PIONEER iay Office. H. HARRIS &amp; CO., [Successor to Harris &amp; Marchnnd,] K Street, near the corner of Second, MARYSVILLK. Also—73 J street, Sacramento, anil 105 Sacramento street, Sim Francisco. Will continue to carry on the burincM of Melting* Htflnlng ami Assaying OF EVERY" DESCRIPTION". WE GUAR ANTEE the correctness of our Assays, and bind ourselves to pay the differences that may arise with anv of the U. S. Mints. Returns made in from 6to 12 hours, in ItAUS or COIN. of Quart/. Assayed and vnlued. TKRMH or A.SSATIXG—The same as in San Francisco. jan2ft-my H. HARRIS A CO. 11. w. TIIRALI., ( HAS. A. KFYHKR. ASSAY OFFICE THEALL &amp; CO., HI'CCESSO* TO JL'STH k IIUNTKB, NO. 102, FIRST ST., BETWEEN D AND HIGH, Maryaville. GOLD AND ORES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, MELTED .W» .IVV.I I'EH At San Francisco rate*, and Returns niaile in 11ARS OK UMTEII STATES COIN, within six hours. Our Assays are guaranteed, and liars discounted at the low...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 15 February 1860
AUCTION. H. HARNETT, AUOTZOM'IIIIZI, D. STEET, MARYSVILLE, INFORMS the public ho i» ready, at all titan to attend to the wants of those who with bu services for the sale of GROCERIES, DRY GOODS. -ANDUlerchandise Generally. REAL ESTATE AT PUBLIC AUCTION OR PRIVATE SALK REFRENCES: rALX^mt 1 r Capt&gt; pinni X FALKNHK A BELL, CHAS. COVILLAI'J , . , , W.H.SAMPSON, And the inhabitant* generally of thocity. JOHN H. TEJ¥I¥E]¥T, Cor. Flrit at. and Commercial Alley, WHOLESALE DEALER IN Flour, Groceries, Provisioiu, CLOTHING, BOOTS &amp; SHOES, MINING IMPLEMENTS, Ac., &amp;c., &amp;c. ALSO, has constantly on hand BARLEY. POT» TOES, ONIONS. IIEANS, and GROUND FEED; all of which ho will sell at the lowest mtr. ket rates. Commission and Forwarding. Having added the above to his usual business, h« is prepared to receive and forward goods witb promptness and dispatch, at the lowest going titw, and solicits the patronage of his old friends and th» public- jan23-my Bu...
fie failg [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 15 February 1860
fie failg OUR AGENCY AT OCSUT'S BAB.—Jasper Rand, Esq., in our authorized ageut at Ousle'ys Bar, Yuba couuty. Ho will receive subscriptions and receipt for advertisements for the APPEAL. IMMIGRANTS COMING. —On the night OL 18th January, 120 emigrants from Ohio, were announced to have arrived by railroad at St. Joseph, on their way to the Pike's Peak mines. Gregory, the discoverer of the Gregory mine, was to leave St. Louis on the 23d, on his return. The usual warm weather which has set in at the West has given an impetus to imrnii gration, which will probably be great, to f the new diggings, though it may be premature. No departures by the plains for California, have been reported. RASCALITIES. —It seems as if the rascally season had again set in in California. Thieving and robbery come like epidemics, every now and then, and rage with great severity in our cities and towns and along the mountain roads. Those useful ministers to the ailments of disjointed times, the police, are now ...
Republican County Convention. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 15 February 1860
Republican County Convention. Pursuant to call, the Republicans of Yuba County, met in convention, at the City Hall, in Marysville, on Monday evening Feb. 13th. F. F. Low, Esq., Chairman of the County Committee, called the convention to order. Sain. Rideout, of Galena Hill, was elected temporary Chairman, and I. 8. Gordon, of Timbuctoo, Secretary. On motion, a committee of five was appointed, to examine and report upon the credentials of delegates, and to report permanent officers ot'thc Convention. Messrs. Low, of Marysville, Sargent, of Dry Creek, Atchison, of Camptonville, Taylor, of Hose's Bar and Knight, of Marysville, were appointed this Committee, who reported names of delegates, as present from various precincts of the county, and suggested the officers temporarily chosen as the permanent officers of the Convention. The report was adopted. On motion, a committee of five was chosen, to retire and select a list of delegates to represent the county of Yuba, in the Republican St...
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 15 February 1860
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS. TUESDAY, Feb. 14. Present, full Board. Ordered, that the County Auditor be authorized to draw warrant for $26 to buy a deed book for Recorder's office. Report of A. 0. Hvde, ex-Treasurer, received and placed on file. Renewal of contract for county printing, set for hearing to-morrow morniug at 10 o'clock. Supervisor Lowery appointed committee, and authorized to cause repairs to be made to county jail. . Board adjourned until to-morrow morning at 10 o'clock.
Supreme Court Decision*. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 15 February 1860
Supreme Court Decision*. THE PEOPLE EX REL. WHITNEY v. THE BOARD OF DELEGATES, ETC. —This is the celebrated San Francisco Chief Engineer case, and came up upon an application to this Court for such a modification of the former opinion as would indicate the course to be pursued by the Board of Delegates in its future action. The Court refused to grant the request, and the principal reason for the refusal is stated, in the opinion of Justice Cope, to be that a decision upon the merits of the case "would possess no binding force or effect whatever, and could not be relied upon in any future controversy, ns a determination of the rights of the parties." The opinion, however, njakes some suggestions, to the effect that ' the Board should proceed and declare the result of the election in December, 1857, according to the returns, and issue a certificate of office to the party entitled." ESTATE OF CHARLES G. SCOTT.—Petition for a mandamus denied. The opinion was by Justice Baldwin. Jt was h...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 15 February 1860
JtJAN K. tiKS. REYMOLDS BROS. BANKERS, No. 14'1| Third Street, Maryavllle, PUKCHASK GOLD BARS AND GOLD DUST, At best market rates, make advances on Gold Dint consigned to tho U. S. Mint for coinage. «r SEW. EASTERN EXCHAGE 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 boat London Companies. Attend to COLLECTIONS, and transact a General Banking business. QUICKSILVER. Agency Gaudalupo Mines, Santa Clara. A large supply constantly on hand, and for sale at San Francisco Agents' rates. jan23-my REYNOLDS BROS. P. DICKER, J. n. H. JEWETT, J. A. PAXTON. DECKER, JEWETT &amp; PAXTON, 91ARV8VILLE. Banking Hour* from 0 a.m. to 4 p.m. ADVANCES ON; GOIiS DITBT FOR ASSAY AT U. S. MINT. CHECKS AT PAR ON PARROTT &amp; CO., SAN FRANCISCO. B. F. HASTINGS SL CO., SACRAMENTO. OUR SIGHT AND TIME DRAFTS ON AMERICAN EXCHANGE BANK, NEW TORK, Available in the principal c...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 15 February 1860
BOOKS, &amp;C. BOOKS! BOOKS!! BOOKS!!! STATIONERY, MUSIC! FANCY ARTICLES! &amp; c., &amp;c. AT, TUB Maryaville Boots. AND—MUSIC STOKE! «I§TAVE AMY, Respectfully culls the attention of his old friend* and patrons and the public in 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. All of which he offers for sale at the most favorable rates. Thin is the largest and best selected stock of the kind north ot 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 Papers, the latest sheet Music, and now books of overy kind at WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. The attention of INTERIOR MERCHANTS is solicited to his very c...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 15 February 1860
CLOTHING. CHEAP H. EILERMAN St, CO. MERCHANT TAILORS AND Fashionable Clothiers, Are now selling their largo stock of WINTER CLOTHING AT IMPORTED COST, To make a large itock of SPHIJTG C LOTHIJTG, About to arrive from New York. Cloths, Cassimeres and Vestings, MADE CP TO ORDER IN A PREMIUM STYLE, AT THE LOWEST CABII PRICES. Gentlemen protering having their SPRING AND SUMMER CLOTHINQ Made to order in New York, can do no by leaving their order at H. EILERMAN A. CO.'S. No extra charge made for garments no ordered, and returnable in sixty days. JUBT RECEIVED, A LARGE INVOICE OP INDIAN TAN AND WOOL KNIT GLOVES. H. EILERMAN k CO. 64, D Street, next door to tho Theater, jan23-tf Martsviur. FALL STYLE OF HATS, For 1859, ARE NOW READY AT THE EAGLE HAT MANUFACTORY, 87 33 Street. jan23-my JAB. L. DALEY. T. B. ELDER, HAS THE BEST ASSORTMENT OF House Furnishing; Goods To be found in California, consisting of STOVES, BRITANNA, CROCKERY, GLASS, STONE, Wooden ware !! Together with everything necessa...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 15 February 1860
MISCELLANEOUS. J. S. ESHOM, NO. e« THEATER BUILDING. BOOTS JiJTD SHOES CHEAP FOB CASH Now ia (tore, a large and wall (elected stock of loots, Shoes, «feo., From all tlie beat manufacturers in the United States and France from the finest to the heaviest. The atention of Ladies is invited to a One assortment of all the various styles of , Gaiters, Buskins, Slipper*, *«., too numerous to mention. Purchasers will find it to their advantage to call and examine before bujring elsewhere, all which I offer at something above cost. Also, connected with the establishment, OILS, CAMPHENE, *«., At wholesale and retail, at the lowest market price Also, Kerosene or Coal Oil. jan'2s-my. ATTENTION t SMOKERS I THE UNDERSIGNED BEG LEAVE TO INform their patrons and friends that they hare now made such arrangements with the lower nouses us will give them the advantage over all competitors in their line of business, and which will put them in constant reception of the finest and newest brand* of Havana ...
lie ftoilg Appeal. A DihMi of DmaMlmg. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 15 February 1860
lie ftoilg Appeal. A DihMi of DmaMlmg. It i 8 so rare, in this age, to meet with a defence of the practice of duelling, that we publish, as a curiosity, an argument in its favor we find in the Southern Confederacy, published at Atlanta, Georgia. That paper says: /'We do not regard it as any great honor to fight a duel, send or except a challenge, simply for the notoriety in the matter, but we do look upon any man as disgraced who refuses to send or accept a challenge after he has placed himself in a position that requires, according to the recognized usage amongst gentlemen. We know of BO instance where the fighting of a duel injured any man, but there are innumerable cages where the refusal to meet the demands of gentlemen lias set the seal of infamy upon men. It was not the law that did this, but enlightened public opinion. "Public opinion is law amongst and with all intelligent and cultivated classes; public opinion has tolerated and endured duelling. It has even been endoresed b...