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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 16 February 1860

MED LCAIJ. DR. L. J. CZAPKAY'S PRIVATE MEDICAL AND SURQICAL INSTITUTE, Sacramento St., below Montgomery, (Opposito tho Pacific Mail Steamship Co.'a Office.) 9AN FRANCISCO. Established in 1854, for the l\rmanent Cure of all Private ami Chronic Diseases, am! for the Suppression of Quackery. ATTENDING AND RESIDENT PHYSICIAN, L. J. CZAPKAY, M. D., Into in the Hungarian Revolutionary War, Chief Surgeon to the Military Hospital of Pesth, Hungary, late Lecturer on Diseases of Woman and Children, and Honorary Member of the l*liila«li*l|»liia College of Medicine. Jb jj * Particular attention paid to the treatment of diseases |>eculiar to Woman and Children." (eUI OFFICE HOURS—From 9 A. M. till 9P. M. Communication strictly confidential. Permanent cure guaranteed, or no pay. Conn ill tat ions by letter or otherwise, free. Address Dr. L. J. CZAPKAY, San Francisco, Cal. To the Afflicted. Dr. L. J. CZAPKAY, late of the Hungarian Army, nnd Honorary Member of the Philadelphia Collide j ...

Publication Title: Marysville Daily Appeal
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 16 February 1860

MEDICAL SPERMATORRHEA. or local weakness, Der»on« debility, low spirits, lassitude, weakness of th. limbs niitl back, Indisposition and incapability Z lalsir and study, dullness of apprehension, low memory, aversion to society, love of solitude, tlmldL ty, self-distrust, ctainess, headache. involunta,. discharges, i>aius in the side, affections of the c m FISH'S INFALLIBLE HAIR RESTORATIVE Is now acknowledged to be the ONLY SURE REMEDY —TOR— Restoring Gray Hair To its OBIGINAL COLOR, Also for CURING and PREVENTING BALDKESS. For Sain by tho Druggist* generally. PRINCIPAL OW'ICE, 139 Sacramento St, San Franeiaoojati 24-1 in KICK. COFFIN & Co.. Agent** Mmyrfxille.

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 17 February 1860

4 | (5| <■ If vol.. I. n VRYSVILLE, CAL., FRIDAY IORWIWC}, FEBRUARY 17, 1860. NO. 93.

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mt failg [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 17 February 1860

mt failg yy At a concert recently, at the conclusion of a song, " There's a Good Time ■Coming," a farmer rose and said,. " Master couldn't you fix the date." couple of Kentuckians lately visited Boston, and sat down to dine at the Revere House. Codfish balls were served at tho table, and one of the Kentuckians taking them for corn-dodgers," proceeded to break one in two. Getting the scent of it he turned to his partner, and remarked in the mostsoleuin manner: " Something dead in that, Tom 1" "Is THIS A RLAWSTED GARRISON?" —The Democratic Standard, of Sacramento, tells of an Englishman who was introduced to a crowd of those who are saluted as "general," "colonel," "major,' or "captain." The party were in the Orleans Hotel, and the Englishman not understanding the emptiness of the titles so frequently mentioned, turned to his friend and in a whisper, asked: "Is this a blawsted garrison?" "No! Why?" replied his introducer. "'Canse, I've seen nobody but generals and colonels,and the lik...

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Iht §*% JhpC [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 17 February 1860

Iht §*% JhpC A very clever conundrum was that which took tho prize at Philadelphia some years since : In what manner did Captain May cheat the Mexicans? He charged them with a troop of horse which they never got. tta&* A little ragged urchin, begging in the city, one day, was asked by a lady who lmd filled his basket, if his parents were living? "Only dad, marm," said the boy. "Then you've enough in your basket now to feed the family fpr soma time," said the lady. "Oh no, I haven't, neither,'' said the lad, "for dad and me keeps five boarders; he does the housework and I does the murketin'." Three or four times a couple appeared before a clergyman for marriage, but the bridegroom was drunk, and tho reverend gentleman refused to tie the knot. On tho last occasion fye expressed surprise that so respectable a looking lady was not ashamed to appear at tl|e altar with a man in such a state. The poor girl broke into tears, and said she could not help it. "And why, pray ?" "Bec...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 17 February 1860

CHOICE AND SELECTED WINES & ER/kNDIES, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. J. E. DURYEE, RESPECTFULLY caii« tiio attention of the citizens of Marysville, to hia stuck of CHOICE WINES AND BRANDIES, Selected with caro for Family and Medicinal purpoms. We shall retail in our sample room the very fluent Liquors, pure and un ultorated. J. E. DUKYEE, MARTSVIU.E EXCHANGE, 138 Second street, J a| i2s Opposite Western House. Newell'** Cough Syrup THIS article is now t>r sale by llice, CofHu & Co., 27 1> street, Morsville. Until yery recently no effort has keen made, by advertisement or otherwise, to place this valuable royiedy Ijoforo the jPUUUC IfWUIC lillt' iXKe proprietor U«K H not profess to have made nnv JJ°!*4erfu (discovery in the Science of Medicine, hut #11111)1 V in hn Mil. luiyuussne rvl* n umu 1 i i»»ivv»vy ass >|IV »(,■< lILV Ul iUOHirilll', »Ul wnimy to be the pOHgesftor of a very valuable recipe j uS* nilMlufttctl *re wi »"...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 17 February 1860

MISCELLANEOUS. >) ;T>Vi FRENCHIGUNSMITH. 101 Tremont Blocks SECOND STREET, MARYSVILLE. nEPAIRING done at the lowest rates and ■m, all work warranted. GUNS, KIFLES. and PISTOLS for gulp. Also powder and shot. 1 hare a shop for filing Saw* and grinding razors and scissors. I have alao new machinery for cutting Gain Twist and re-boring Shot Gun Barrels. jan24-niy P. G KOKG E. COAL OIL LAMPS. ALAROK ASSORTMENT JUST received. Alao a fresh supply of puro KEROSEJTE or COJiL OML, For sale, Wholesale and Retail, at jan23-niy WH. ABBOTTS, 140, Second Street, Opposite the Weatern llouae. NOTICE. THK business Arm or WTLLEY, DEAN A CO., WHS dissoved by limitation oil the first of Januuarv. 18W). A. P. WILLKY, TIIAU. DEAN. W. K. HUDSON. Marysville, Jan. 19, 1860. Co-PartnerHhtp Notice* P. P. CAINE, having bought the interest of Tliad. Dean, in the lumber business, lately conducted by WILLKY, DEAN A CO., the undersigned will continue the same in this city, at Challenge Mill a...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 17 February 1860

PROFESSIONAL. R. g. MESICK, ATTORNEY AT LAW, OFFICE— Corner of lligh and First (tracts, up stairs, jan23my MARYSVILLE, CAL. G. N. SWEZV, ATTORNEY AT LAW, MARYSVILLE, CAL. OFFICE—Corner First and High streets, up stairs, jun2S-my CHAM. G. HUBBARD, ATTORNEY AT LAW, And Notary Public. OFFICE— S6 D Street, MAKTSYHXK. jan'23. C. K. DE LONG, ATTORNEY AT LAW. OFFICE —SchoU'a Building, (up stairs,) D street, jan'23-rny MARYSVILLE. REARDAN A, SMITH, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, D Street, between Ist and 2d, ja2S-my Marysville. H. K. MITCHELL, ATTORNEY AT LA W, No. 45 D street, over tlio California Stage Office. janSViny MARYSVILLE. F. L. HATCH, DISTRICT ATTORNEY. Orncr.—Over Wells, Fargo Ic Co.'s, jan23-my MARYSVILLE. (HAS. E. FILKINB, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. OFFICE —Cor of High street and tho Plaza, over Low llro.'s Hank, jau23-iny MARYSVILLE. B. FRANKLIN HOLLIS, ARTIST, Opposite the St. Nicholas Hotel. Dr. E. H. McDANIELS, - Examining and Visiting Physician TO THE COUNTY HOSPITAL. Residence a...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 17 February 1860

HOTELS, AC. MERCHANTS' HOTEL, Wfrt Street, Marysville, California. tJJL (The undersigned respectfully inform their jnj Ifriends and tho traveling public; also ||| i those wishing a more permanent Home, MIL that they have leased the above well-known popular establishment, ami intend keeping it aaa FIRST CLASS HOTEL, in every department. By reason of experience, and strict attention to the wants of our guests, we hope to marit ami receive a liberal patronage. Bar and Billiard Room* first floor. Ofllce up stairs. «-The House is open all night. Jan23-my CHURCHILL A STANTON. open all night. CHURCHILL 4 STANTON. United States Hotel, CORNER OF C AND THIRD STREETS, M A R V 8 V I 1. T. K. STOKES is, SHIELDS. •PROPRIETORS. | MTHK Proprietors would rcspactfully iuform their friends and the public that they have recently, at great expense, fitted up this NEW HOTEL, in a stylo unsurpassed ouse ill the city, and are now prepared to accommodate all who may desire GOOD LIVING, a well ventilated ROO...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 17 February 1860

SALOONS. MOUNTAINEER SALOON, Western House Building, D Street. BROPHY & LAWLER, Proprietor*. THE very bestuf WINESaud Ll<il'OHN always ou hand. For further particular* call in. J. K. BROPHY, ju23-my WM. U. LAWLKH. F. W. OETZLER, I D STREET,OPPOSITE THEATER. JauSSmy J. H. DOUGHERTY, l\lO\ SALOON, l) STHKET, AHOVh SECOND, Marysville.; HAVING OPENED THIS WELL KNOWN establishment recently, I would inform iny friends anil patrons tliat I havo on hand a choice stock of LIQUORS A I.EM and WINES, and are well prepared to refresh tli« inner man with any style of beverage desired. Connected with my Saioou IN an Oyster stand, whero may be obtained at any hour, Oysters, Crabs, Clima, d&c., got up in every imaginable stylo, and warrautcd 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 MERCHAN...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 17 February 1860

PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY'S LIKE FOR PANAMA. Connecting Till Panama Railroad with the steamers or the North AtlMitio Steamship Company at Aspiuwall, for ' NEW YORK DIRKCf. The Ouiy Safe and Reliable Rpute. DEPARTURE FROM FOLSOM STREBT WHARF Tin- magnificent steamship J.O.WATKINH, .... Commander Will leave KOIHOIII Street Wharf; Wiethe U.S. Mails Passengers and Treasure, for Panama. On MONDAY f - February iiOtb At 9 o'clock, n. m., punctually. rr And connecting via the Panama Railroad a Anpimvall with the Magnificent steamer BALTIC, - - - - CAITIriRAy Now belonging to the Nqrth Atlantic Steamship Company. Pasengers by the Pacific Mail Steamship Company's Liue are landed, on tholr arrival at l"anamo, Upon the wharf at the Itailrcpd terminua. by the Company's Steam Ferry float. Through ticket? can be secured. The Panama Railroad Company and the North Atlantic Steamship Company-have authorized agents to sell their tiakets. The great speed and unrivaled accommodations of these Colli...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 17 February 1860

CLOSING or THK MAIL. —The Atlantic Mail, per steamer of the 20th. closes in the Marysville office on to-morrow evening. THE EASTERN MAIL.— The Eastern mails, J per " Champion," will arrive here this evening —if the Hog's Rack, and other obstacles now hidden from view, don t 1 prevent. ACQUITTED.— DwineIIe, who was tried I yesterdev, before Justice Ash ford, on a charge of '• malicious mischief," was acquitted. TERRIBLE SLAUGHTER. —As will be seen j by our telegram of the news by the Champion, the Mexican forces under j Miramon. were defeated before Vera Cruz, with the tremendous loss of five thousand , men. This terrible blow to the fortunes | of Miramon will probably place Juarez in a condition to maintain himself and carry out the treaty between Mexico and the United States. THERE ARE TWO JOHN RYANS. —The burglarious John Ryan, who was caught in a professional act, day before yester- [ day, and taken to the lock up by the police, is entirely another person from John Ryan, the pain...

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The Coiinolldatloii Hgvcmcnt. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 17 February 1860

The Coiinolldatloii Hgvcmcnt. We must confess that we, in common with many others of our citizens. are in a muddle what course is best to pursue, to rid the City aud County—-particularly the former, becanse it is much the worst burdened— of the existing heavy tax. As Mr. Reynolds sensibly said at the meeting on Wednesday night, " what we want is, to get rid ot the onerous expenses of city and county government, not to the detriment of another portion of the county, hut to the betterment of our own condition." Wc want a plan by which we can .work this greatly needed change in our affairs ; and if by enlarging or diminishing our territory, or by an amendment of, or change in, our city charter, or by a law reducing the number of officers, or the amount of their Ices, if, we say by the adoption of such measures as these, any or several of them, we could accomplish our aim, let us be provided with a way for carrying the best of these measure? into effect. There seems to be a misunderstan...

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[For tho Appeal.] *• Fenced in, Aliiioatt." [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 17 February 1860

[For tho Appeal.] *• Fenced in, Aliiioatt." EDITOR APPEAL : Under the above caption, your editorial stricture against the Feather river toll bridge, and in favor of the "free bridge" project at this place, which appeared in the APPKAL on the Ist inst., never came to my notice until this moment: and if it ineetr yous approbation, I desire you would allow me to make a brief reply. I am aware your notice of the "free bridge" is popular, and your denunciation of "monopolists"' is also popular, and may gain you a few temporary praises and subscribers ; but sir. when you review the ground, and properly understand the whole subject, you will find it has two sides to it; and then no doubt you will do the other side the justice which it properly merits. When Senator Parks first introduce the "free bridge" bill in the Senate a year ago, both of your cotemporaries in Murysvillc had the independence to denounce it. as a measure doing great injustice to vested rights, without providing nnv compe...

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Sow, for (he Appeal. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 17 February 1860

Sow, for (he Appeal. Having published the above in justice to the owners of the Feather river bridge, we take the liberty to publish the following, in justice to ourselves. While it is entirely frank and candid, it affords our readers an opportunity to learn at what a tremendous sacrifice of "PATRONAGE" we have advocated, and shall continue to advocate, free roads and bridges to and from Marysville: EDITOR APPEAL:— The article in your paper of the Ist inst., I consider calculated to have its influence with the people and community at large, as against our toll bridge at this place. The whole matter has to undergo a series of litigation before juries, as well as judges, and they have a sufficiency of unfounded prejudice now against us, without preparing their minds with more, before they come to sit on a jury lo try the case. The toll keeper has always passed editors free of charge, and also their carriers, until yesterday; he told nie, he had informed i/our carrier lie must pat/. Th...

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[FUJ tlie Appeal.] Consolidation. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 17 February 1860

[FUJ tlie Appeal.] Consolidation. EDITOR APPEAL: —The matter of the consolidation of the city of Marysville with the county of Yuba, seems to be the subject now agitating the public mind. The overburdened tax-payer is earnestly considering in what way the government of the city and county can be best administered so ns to accomplish the desired objects of all governments, and yet relieve our people from the oppression of overtaxation. The politician is scheming as to what way he can defeat any proposed measure of relief that might tend to disturb the equilibrium of political power, or might blast his hopes of promotion, and dispel his shadowy visions of future wealth,accumulated from political plunder anil official pap. The officeholder is disturbed and stands trembling between hope and fear. He fears that some measure of relief may be determined upon that w ill abolish his office, or lessen the emoluments thereof, and he hopes, if consolidation is concluded upon, due consideration ...

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[From our own ('orrwpoiidvut. j Sacramento Corrcupondeiicc. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 17 February 1860

[From our own ('orrwpoiidvut. j Sacramento Corrcupondeiicc. SACRAMENTO, Feb. l.">, 1860. EDITOR APPEAL : You will get hut littW Legislative news from mc this time, for the Colons have been talking loud and long to day, and their speeches, are they not written down in the Union and Standard ? In the Senate, Sam. Merritt, " speaking to " the Almaden Mine resolution, (which did'nt hear a word he said) alluded to his being one of the people, which facetious remark caused the best of humor toprevail in the Senate chamber. Samuel did not become a member of the California Legislature until 1851,1 think, and hns been a member of one House or the other ever since. The resolution was referred to the Judiciary Committee, and if they report in favor of it, they will do it for nuncombe, or to oblige Peachy. This Legislature is "on the instruct," hugely, however, and I guess the resolution will pass. I shall be much disappointed if our Legislative guardiansdo not •• instruct our Senato...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 17 February 1860

She fjailg Appeal MARYSVILLE, FRIDAY MORNING, FEB. IT. Nottee to Agent* and Subscriber*. It is desirable and important to us. that our agents Ud tubacribert, when sending their orders for tlie APPEAL, should state through what medium they wish their papers sent—whether by Mail or Kxprest.. and if by Kjqjress, which one. Orders are pouring in upon us every day. and we desire to fill them promptly and properly. Will our friends please remember, and attend to the above request.

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