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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 17 February 1860

FISH'S INFALLIBLE Ii now acknowledged to bo tho ONLY SURE REMEDY •-FOE— Restoring Gray Hair to its OBIGDCAL OQLOB, Alio for CURING and PREVENTING SAUIDCTESS. For Sale l>y tbe Druggiat* generally. PRINCIPAL OFFICE, 139 Sacramento St, San FraneiaatHICK, COFFIN *,Co_ Agrnto |h in MaryiMk.

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 18 February 1860

r TT VOL. I. lIARYSVILTiE, DAL., SATURDAY IORWIMCi, FEBRUARY 18, 1860. MO. 94.

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mt §m [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 18 February 1860

mt §m LABOR AND GBNIUS.— In Smile's capita yolk, "Self-Help," lately published by Ticknor & Fields, we find many passages >f striking force. There is sound sense n the following: Voltaire held that it is only a very ilijrht line of separation that divides the nan of genius from the man of ordinary nould ; and. it this be so, that stolid Engishman might not have been so very far vrong after all, who, on Canova's death, iiquired of his brother whether it was •his intention to carry on the business !" Jeccaria was even of opinion that all men night be poets and orators, and Reynolds hat they might be painters. Locke, Helrctius, and Diderof, believed that all men lavean equal aptitude for genius; and hnt what some are able to effect under the influence of the fundamental laws which regulate the march of intellect, must also be within the reach of others who in the same circumstances, apply themselves to like pursuits. But while admitting to the fullest extent the ...

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Ih* §aitg Jtppeal [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 18 February 1860

Ih* §aitg Jtppeal GREAT RIVER or TH> WEST.— Some western newspaper man makes the following exhibit of the magnitude and capacity of the Mississippi : From the frozen regions of the north to the sunny south, it extends some thirtyone hundred miles,and, with the Missouri, is forty-five hundred miles in length. It would reach from New York across the Atlantic, and extend from France to Turkey, anil to the Caspian Sea. Its average depth from its source at Lake Itaska, in Minnesota, to Its delta in the Gulf of Mexico, is fifty feet, and its average width, half a mile. The trapper on the upper Mississippi can take the furs of the animals that inhabit its source and exchange them Tor the tropical fruits that are gathered on the banks below. The floods are more than a month traveling from its source to its delta. The total value of steamers afloat on this river and its tributaries, is more than $(>,000,000, and they number as many us fifteen hundred, more than twice th...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 18 February 1860

CHOICE AND BBLGCTED WINES & IHt k\l»li:». WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. J. K. DURVGE, \ ESPECTFULLY calls the attention of the citi \f zona of Marysville, to liis stock of CHOICE WINES AND BRANDIES, lected with care for Family and Modicinal pur pose«. Wo shall retail in our sample room the very finest liquors, pur© and un ulterated. J. E. DURYEE, Maktsvii.lf. Exchange, 138 Second street, Jttn3s Opposite Western House. Newell's Cougli Syrup FBI HIS article is now for sale by Hice, Coffin A Co., 27 1) street, Marsville. Until very re®®{Jtly no effort lias been made, by advertisement or otherwise, to place this valuable remedy beforo the "üblic. The proprietor does not profess to Lave made any wonderful discovery in the Science of Medicine, but "imply to be the possessor of a very valuable recipo •>r the manufacture of an article which he knows moM * P°* en fc remedy for all Pulmonary coiniirfh.Lrt " irnorally admitted that Coughs nnd throw opt 1 1) the various avenues t...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 18 February 1860

F R E N C H CO IT N S M I T H. LOL Tremont Block, SECOND STREET, MARYSVILLE. nKPAIRINH done at the lowest rates and ali work warranted. GUNS, RIFLES, ami PISTOLS for sale. Also powder and allot. I have a shop for filing Sawn ami grinding razors and scissor*. 1 have also new inarliinery for rutting Gain Twist and re-boring Shot Gun Barrel*. jan'24-my P. GEORGE. COAL OIL LAMPS. A LARUE ASSORTMENT JUST received. Also a fresh supply of puro KEiIOSEJTE or CO.iL OIL, For sale, Wholesale and Retail, at jan23-my WM. ABBOTTS, 140, Second Street, Op|H»ite the Western House. NOTICE. THH business firm of WILLEY, DEAN A CO., WHS dissoved by limitation on the flr«t of .Innuuary, ISUO. Marysville, Jan. 19, 1800. A. I'. WILLKY, Til AD. DEAN, W. K. HUDSON. Co-Partncrship Notice. I'. I*. CAINE, having bought the interest of Tliad. Dean, in tlio lumber business, lately conducted by WIM<KY, DEAN A- CO., the undersigned will continue the same in this city, at Challenge Mill and at Clipper Mil...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 18 February 1860

PROFESSIONAL. R. 8. MKSICK, ATTORNEY AT LAW, OrFlCE—Coruor of High and First streets, up stairs, jan'-iniy MARYSVILLE, CAL. G. N. RWEZV, ATTORXKY AT LAW, MARYSVILLE, CAL. OFFICE—Corner First and High streets, up stairs, jnu23-my CHAS. G. HUBBARD, ATTORNEY AT LAW, And Notary Public* OFFICE— O6 I) Street, MARYPVIILK. jan23. MARYFYULE. MARYHVILLE. C. E. DE LONG, ATTORNEY AT LAW. OFFICE —SihoU'a Building, (up stairs,) D street, jan'23-niy MARYBVILLK. REARDAN * SMITH, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, D Stroot, between Ist and 2<l, j»as-my Maryivllle. 11. K. MITCHELL, ATTORNEY AT LAW, No. 45 D iitroet, ovor the California Stage Office, jan23-my MARYSVILLE. F. L. HATCH, DISTRICT ATTORNEY. OFFICE —Over Wells, Fargo A Co.'s, Jan-23-my MARYSVIT.I.E. CH AS. E. FILICINB, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. OFFICE —Cor of High street and tlio I'laza, over Low Bro.'s Ilunk, jan23-niy MARYSVILLE. B. FRANKLIN HOLLIS, ARTIST, Opposite the St. Nicholas Hotel. Dr. R. H. McDANIELS, ~ Examining and Visiting Phy...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 18 February 1860

HOTELS, »fcC. MERCHANTS' HOTEL, First Street, Maryavlllr, California. Millie undersigned respectfully inform their friends anil the traveling public; also those wishing a more permanent Homo, . that they have leased the above well-known JUlar establishment, and intend keeping it as a FIRST CLASH HOTEL, in every department. Uy reason of experience, and strict attention to tho wants of our guests, wu liop<' to merit and receive a liberal patronage. Bar and Billiard Room* first floor. Office up stairs. 4V~The House in open all night. j«n23-my CHURCHILL 4 STANTON. United States Hotel, CORN FT', OF C AND THIRD STREETS, M A R V S V I L T. E. STOKES «b SHIELDS., ..PROIMUETORI. MTH K Proprietors would ruspwtftilly inform their frionds and the public th»t tliuy have recently, at great expense, tittud up this NEW HOTEL, in a stylo unsurpassed ouse in the city, anil are now prepared to accommodate all who may desire GOOD LIVING, a well ventilated ROOM, or a GOOD BED. Mr. Stokes is w...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 18 February 1860

SALOONS. MOUNTAINEER SALOON, Western House Building, D Street. BROPHY A LAWLER, Proprietor*. THE vory best of WINK Sand alwavs on band. For further particular!! rail in. J. E. BKOPHY, ja23-my Wm. B. LAWLER F. W. GETZLER, O STREET, OPPOSITK THEATER. Jan23my J. H. DOUGHERTY, UNION SALOON, l) STREET, ABOVH SECOND, Mar y ■ v 111 e M* establishment recently. I would Inform my friends and patrons that I have on hand a choice stock of I-IHIOHS ALES mid WINEN, ami nil- well prepared to refresh tho inner man with any stylo of beverage desired. Connected with ui.v Saloon is an Oyster stand, where may be obtained at any hour, Oysters, Crabs, Clams, &c., got up in every imaginable stylo, and warranted to givo satisfaction. Harry Dougherty ill always bo happy to seo liis friends _ ja'JS-my MERCHANTS' HOTEL SALOON. JOHN IS HAPPY TO ANNOUNCE to his old patrons and tho public generally, that he is again at his Old Stand, THE MERCHANTS' HOTEL 11AR, where ho will continue to puss out the ...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 18 February 1860

PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY'S LINE FOR PANAMA, Connecting via Panama Railroad with JMik the steamers of the North Atlantis Steamship Ciimimny at Aspluwall, for NEW YORK DIRECT. The Only Safe and Reliable Route. DEPARTURE FROM FOLSOM STREET WHARF The magnificent steamship »> n h 0" | J. 0. WATKINS, .... Commander Will leave Folsoni Street Wharf, with the U. 8. Mailt Passengers and Treasure, for Panama. On MONDAY • - February 40tb, At 9 o'clock, a. m., punctually. PS And connecting via tho Panama Railroad a e-at Axpinwall with the .Magnificent steamer BALTIC, .... CAPT. GRAY Now belonging to the North Atlantic Steamship Company. Pasengers by tho Pacific Mail Steamship Company's Line arc landed, on their arrival at l'ani£ ma, upon the wharf at the Railroad terminus, by the Company's Steam Ferry Boat. Through tickets can he secured. The Panama Railroad Compdny and the North Atlantic Steamship Company have authorized agents to sell their tickets. Tho great speed and unrival...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 18 February 1860

steamer mail closes to-day. FREE POSTAGE. —For the information of several of our country subscribers, and those who may wish to subscribe for the APPEAL, WC will state that our paper is mailed to any part of Yuba county, free of pottage. We furnish the DAILY APPEAL for the low price of $8 00 per year. $5 00 for six months, and S3 00 for three months —payable in advance. This notice is intended to answer a number of letters which we have received on the subject alluded to. A FEVER AND MUSQUITO FACTORY. Some enterprising and public spirited citizen has permitted a convenient breeding place of fevers and musquitoes, to gradually approach perfection in the sou' east by southerly corner of the last remaining relics of the magnificent sheet of water once known as "Hudson's Bay." There, shining like an emerald in the sunlight, it festers and simmers and bubbles forth exhalations, waiting for the genial days of spring, to send its crop of fleas and musquitoes to a market, and for the summer...

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Clianccs for Reform. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 18 February 1860

Clianccs for Reform. Since the consolidation meeting on Wednesday night, the subjectof "retrenchment and reform " has had constant discussion in offices, bar rooms and upon the streets. Everybody really much interested in the matter in oneway or another. The consolidation proposition is gtneraly disapproved, and is being reas altogether impracticable. Of course, the division of the county, is bitterly opposed by all the officeholders and aspiring politicians; and hided none seem to have arrived at a full and complete plan for bringing about the needed relief. We have conversed with office holders who freely admit that the fees and salaries attendant upon the various offices of the city and county, could, with great justice and propriety, be much lessened. It seems to be a settled opinion thattlie expenditures for the county Hospital could be reduced ten or twelve thousand dollars per annum, without affecting , the object for which that very necessary institution was established. The...

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[From our own Correip<>iidi>ut.] Sacramento Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 18 February 1860

[From our own Correip&amp;lt;&amp;gt;iidi&amp;gt;ut.] Sacramento Correspondence. SACRAMENTO, Feb. 16,1860. EDITOR APPEAI, : —lndians, Indian wars, ! and Indian war claims, were discussed, and cussed, to-day, in the Assembly, until the dullest imagination could not fail to people the nir with mahales, big bucks, little papooses, murderous tomahawks, savage"skelping" knives, "soger" clothes, mud, blood, etc. Long and earnest j speeches were made, and, exhausted with its efforts, the House referred the I'itt River-Kibbe - 5570,000- Indian-war-debt bill to a special committee of three, viz.: Wclty, Conness, and Lawrence. The first and last named are for the bill, while i Conness is "forniut" it. He made a pret!ty good point in his speech. He said that | the Federal government would not be apt | to see us through with the expenses of I our Indian wars, for when our Senators and Representatives at Washington come j to press such action upon Congress, the testimony of the War D...

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[For the Appeal.] Mountnin Correspondence. Capitol question—Large and enthusiastic Meeting at North San Juan-Passage of Resolutions, &c., &c. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 18 February 1860

[For the Appeal.] Mountnin Correspondence. Capitol question—Large and enthusiastic Meeting at North San JuanPassage of Resolutions, &amp;amp;c., &amp;amp;c. EDITOR APPEAL: —According to notice previously given, the citizens of North San Juan assseinbled at the Town Hall, in said town, on Saturday evening, Feb. 11,1860, to take into consideration the propriety of removing the Capitol from Sacramento to San Francisco. The meeting was called to order, and on notion of J. Vince Van Havenzar George Washington Whitney, was elected Chairman, and Nathaniel C. lllack appointed Secretary. After a full discussion by the meeting, the following resolutions, offered by Henry Merriman, were unanimously adopted : Resolved , That we believe the removal of the Capitol from Sacramento to San Francisco, to be to the best interests of the people of this State, as likely to shorten Legislative sessions, to transfer illegitimate right, of control and influence from the capitalists and political sp...

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The G)-mn«otlc Exhibition. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 18 February 1860

The G)-mn«otlc Exhibition. The exhibition of gymnastic exercises to-night, by Mr. French and his; pupils at the Murysville Theatre, ought to call out a full attendance of wives and daughters, fathers and sons, of Murysville, and the country round about. The notion that any part of the performance will be of such a nature a* should forbid the presence of ladies, is all fudge. The performance is as much more chaste and praiseworthy and entertaining, than any one-horse theatrical exhibition or twohorse circus show, as can be imagiucd. If it is offensive to the eyes of the ladies to see handsomely formed, athletic men, perform surprising feats in agility and strength, the result of a wholesome and highly beneficial training in a school at which the most refined gentlemen or lady may receive such training, with perfect propriety, then is it improper for the delicate female gaze to be directed to any public exhibition in any exercise that in- ' volvcs manly strength and self-confidence. T...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 18 February 1860

fhe § ailg Appeal. MARYSVILLE, SATURDAY MORNING, FEB. 18. Notice to Agents and Subscriber!. It is desirable and important to us. tlmt our agents and subscril&amp;gt;ers, when sending their orders for the AFFEAL. should state through what medium they wish their papers sent—whether by Mail or Express, and if by Express, which one. Orders are pouring in upon us every day, and we desire to fill them promptly and properly. Will our Mends please remember, and attend to the above request.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 18 February 1860

NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. M'ar Sale or Trade. TMIK UjrnKRSIONED WILL r . SELI,, or TltAliE for other citv prop- UKUKI crty. the COTTAGE HOUSE nt the curaer lif K 1111(1 Eighth streets, (west cud of the Eighth street bridge.) It is u delightful f.miily residence, surrounded by fruit and shade trees, vines and shrubbery, of every variety. The lot is 80 by l«n fret in size, for further Information apply ut the APPMI. office, to (|. w. 11 LOOK. INFORMATION WANTED—OF I&amp;gt;|(. S. G. lIAKVKY, formerly of IMarerville, who lias been missing about two month*. Any information of him would be gladly received by liis wife, at Quincy, Pluman county. A line addressed to the APPEAL office would reach her. febl7-lm* w. s. o. CIJUB HOUSK OIN. TIIK UNDERSIGNED. SOLE AGENTS OK the uliove (Jin, offer it to the public lIH the finest brand of Holland (.In, and the only Genuine Club House (Jin imported to this market. It is j.ut up in (IKEE.N CASES, and branded W. S. C.,CLUII HOUSE. We shall continue to ...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 18 February 1860

MARYSVILLE THEATRE. A (JKAM) EXHIBITION. TEACHER AND PITPII.S MARYSVILLE GYMNASIUM, \VM,I, HE IIKM) AT TilK THEATRE, OX SATI'HDAY EVEMNG, FEB. 18«h. Sent* cull lio secured at the Box office of tilt' Thoatre from 10 n. 111. till 5 p. in. oil the day of exhibition. Iloni* open at 7 o'clock p. in. Exercises to cotnmcnce at s o'clock precisely. PRICES OF ADMISSION: Dross Circle Mill Parquette ... $1 no Upper Tier, - ■ * " " " - Ml Private Boxes. - &amp;amp; 00 A. 11. FRENCH, feblß-td. Proprietor. ASSAY OFFICES. MARYSVILLE I'IONEEK Assay Office. H. HARRIS X CO., [»Successor to Harris &amp;amp; Marchnnd.] £ Street, near the corner of Second, MAKYSVIUJS. Also—73 •? street, Sacramento. and 105 Sacramento strict, San Francisco. Will continue to carry on the hurinees of Melting, Refilling ami Auitaying G-old. and Oro s, OK KVELLY DESCRIPTION. WE GUARANTEE the correctness of our Ahsays, and bind ourselves to pay the (litterences that may arise with any of the I.'! P. Mints. Iteturns ma...

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