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Ik* f a«g lPPeal- [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 20 February 1860
Ik* f a«g lPP eal - ANOTHER KIND OK CAT.—A gentleman loing business on Main street, was preented with a beautiful kitten. Yester|av n couple of young ladies, one of them lamed Julia, happened into the store, and &gt;f course kitty, as kittens and babies always do, came in for an immense quantiy of endearments and carresses. "Oh, my ! what a sweet, darling little titty ! What is its name?" "It has not been christened vet.'' "Oh, tho dear little thing! Do call it ulia, wou't you ?' ! "1 should be very happy to do so, said iur gallant friend, "but it ain't that kind of at!" "Kitty was deposited on the floor in a winkling, and a couple of young ladies rere seen looking around for a good lace to faint. — Shasta Courier. SPIRIT OF SOUTHERN LADIES. —A corespondent of the Montgomery (Ala.) Adertiscr relates the following: _ " Touching the question of Southern ights, I was recently conversing with a oung lady of this county, noted for good ense and originality, who was earnest nd elo...
Ibe failg [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 20 February 1860
Ibe failg THE BITER BIT. —Not long ago a sheriff's bailiff, in the county of Sligo, arretted a man for debt, and directed his steps towards the county prison at Sligp, On the way they shortened the road by conversation, and occasionally a " blast of the pipe," entering a house now and than to obtain a "coal." One of the cabins they visited for this purpose, happened to be a shebeen house, and after a glass or two the prisoner remarked the potteen was so good and the road so long they might as well have a bottle of the stuff to keep their courage up, and the landlady securing the cork, the biiliffhaving a capacious coat pocket, he deposited it therein. Passing through the village of Skreen they entered the revenue police-barrick to " light the pipe," and while engaged in this delightful occupation theattention of one of the " revenue men" was caught by a very significant wink and a nod from the prisoner, which he read to be that contraband goods were at hand. Directing his attention ...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 20 February 1860
MISCELLANEOUS. F R EN C H SO U N S M I T H. 101 Tremont Block, SECOND STREET, MARYSVILLE. nEPAIRING done at the lowest rates and H, all work warranted. GUNS, RIFLES, and PISTOLS for sale. Also powder and shot. 1 have a chop for filing Saws and grinding razors and scissors. I have also new machinery for cutting Gain Twist and re-boring Shot Guu Barrel*. jan24-my P. GEORGE. COAX. Oil. LAMPS. AI/AROE ASSORTMENT JL'ST received. Also a fresh supply of pure KKROSO'e or VOJtE. OIL, For sals. Wholesale and Retail, at Jan2:i-niT WM. ABBOTTS, 140, Secoud Street, Opp«»sito the Western House. NOTICE. THE business firm of WILLEY, DEAN A CO., was disputed by limitation on the first of Januuury,lS6o. Marysviiie, Jan. 19.1560. A. P. WILLEY, THAD. DEAN. W. K. HUDSON'. Co-Partnership Notlco. P. P.CAINE. having bought the interest of Tliad. Dean, ill the lumber business. lately conducted by WILLEY. DBAS A CO.. the undersigned will continue the same in this city, at Challenge Mill and at Clipper Mills ...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 20 February 1860
PROFESSIONAL. R. 8. MESICK, ATTORNEY AT LAW, OFFICE —Corner of High and First streets, tip stairs, Jan23my MAHYSVILLE, CAL. G. n. SWEZT, ATTORNEY AT LAW, MAHYSVILLE, CAL. OFFICE—Corner first and High «tre»ta, up stairs, jan23-my CHAS. O. HUBBARD, ATTORNEY AT LAW, And Notary Public. OFFICII —S6 I&gt; Street, MAEYSTILLB. jau23. C. K. DE LONG, ATTORNEY AT LAW. OFFICE —Scholl's Building, (up stairs,) D street, Jan23-my MARYSVILLE. REARDAN * SMITH, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, 1) Street, between Ist and 2d, Ja23-iny Maryavllle. H7K. MITCHELL, ATTORNEY AT LAW, No. 4,1 D street, over the California Stage Office, jan23-my MARYSVILLE. ~F. L. HATCH, DISTRICT ATTORNEY. OFFICE— Over Wells, Fargo &amp; Co.'s. jan23-mv MARYSVILLE. CHAS. E. FILKINS, ATTOKXEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. OFFICF. —Cor of High street aud the Plaza, over Low Bro.'s Bunk jan'23-my MARYSVILLE. B. FRANKLIN HOLLIS, ARTIST, Opposite the St. Nicholas Hotel. Dr. R. H. McDANIELS, Examining and Visiting Physician TO THE COUXTY ...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 20 February 1860
HOTKLS, AC. MERCHANTS' HOTEL, First Street* Marynvllle, California. MlThi' undersigned respectfully inform their friends and the traveling public; alto those wishing a more permanent Home, that they have leaned the above well-known . ular establishment. and intend keeping it ana FIRST CLASS HOTEL, in every department. By reason of experience, and strict attention to the wants of our guests, wo hope to merit and receive a liberal patronage. Bar ana Billiard Room* first floor. Office up stairs. Jan23-my he House is open all night. lURCHILL A STANTON. United States Hotel, CORNER OK C AND THIRD STREETS, MARTSVILKI. STOKES &amp; SHIELDS PropriktoßS. MTIIK Proprietors would respectfully inform their friends and the public that they have recently, at great expense, fitted np this NEW HOTEL, in a style unsurpassed ouse in the city, and arc now prepared to accommodate all who limy desire GOOD LIVING, a well ventilated ROOM, or a GOOD lIED. Mr. Stokes is well known as the former propr...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 20 February 1860
SALOONS. MOUNTAINEER SALOON, Western House Building, D Street. BROPHY &amp; LAWLER, Proprietors. THE very best of WINKS and LIQUORS always on hand. For further particulars call in. J. E. BROPHY. Ju23-my Wm. B. LAWLER. F. W. GETZLER, D STREET, OPPOSITE THEATER. jau23my J. H. DOUGHERTY, l\lo\ NALOOV, D STREET, ABOVE SECOND, Marys vtlle.j HAVING OPENED THIS WELL KNOWN establishment recently, I would inform my friends and patrons that I have on hand H choice stock of LIQUORS ALES mid WINES, and are well prepared to refresh the iuner ninu with any stjle of bevorago desired. Connected with lny Saloon isati Oyster stand, where may he obtained at any hour, Oy*teri», Crabs, C'lninw, Si. v., got up in every imaginable stjio, and warranted to give satisfaction. Harry Dougherty ill always bo happy to see his friends jnlM-my MERCIIANTS' 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 h...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 20 February 1860
PACIFIC MAIL. STEAMSHIP COM* PASTY'S LIKE FOR PANAMA, Connecting viu Panama Railroad with tbe steamers of the North Atlantic steamship Company at Aspinwall, for NEW YORK DIRECT, The Only Safe and Reliable Route. DEPARTURE FROM FOLSOM STREET WHARF The magnificent steamship »&gt; :1». J. 0. WATKINS, - Commander Will lcavo Folsom Street Whart with the U. 8. Hails l'asscngers and Treasure, for Panama. On MONDAY - - Febrmerjr MUt At 0 o'clock, a. m., punctually. RE An d connecting via the Panama Railroad a fjfr Aspinwall with the .Magnificent steamer BALTIC, .... CAPT. GRAY Now belonging to tbe North Atlantip Steamship Company. Paßongers by the Pacific Mail Steamship Company's Line are landed, on their arrival at Panama, upon the wharf at the Railroad terminus, by the Company's Steam Ferry Boat. Through ticket* can be secured. The Panama Railroad Company and the North Atlantic Steamship Company have authorised agents to sell their tickets. The great "peed and unrivaled accommodat...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 20 February 1860
Fuc POSTAGE. —For the information of several of our country subscribers, and those who may wish to subscribe for the APPEAL, we 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, S5 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. The consolidation meeting is to be held to-night, at the City Hall. EQUIVOCAL. —The compliment paid to Latham, by naming a steamboat after him. ♦ « PUB. DOCT. —Senator Doctor Vance has sent us a copy of the State Controller's Report. May the State ad ranee to prosperity ! THE TRANCE MEDIUM. —Miss Munson? the trance medium delivered a lecture in Sacramento, yesterday. JgjT Harry Leland will allow us to thank him, for prompt and regular delivery of papers, yesterday. GUILTY OF MURDER. —Peter Lundberg has been found guilty of murder in the Distri...
Free Bridge vs. Toll Bridge. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 20 February 1860
Free Bridge vs. Toll Bridge. From time to time, we have given utterance to our ideas concerning the opening of free roads and bridges to and from Marysville. In so doing, we have never yet singled out any one toll bridge or road, against which to direct our efforts in trying to aid in the accomplishment of the proposed object; nor have we intended to. What we have offered, and what we shall offer, lias not been, nor will it be, with a desire to injure any one individual or company, but tor what we conceive to be for the best good of Marysville and the country about it. It was to be expected that such efforts would be objectionable to parties in this vicinity, owning toll bridges and roads, and that they have been so, has already been demonstrated through our columns. One of the owners of the Feather river bridge, has taken occasion to signify his disapproval of our course, in no measured terms. Perhaps it is well that he has doue so, as it offers us an opportunity, in replying to th...
... – ♦ [From our own Correspondent.] Sacramento Corrcipoudence* [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 20 February 1860
... - ♦ [From our own Correspondent.] Sacramento Corrcipoudence* SACRAMENTO, Feb. 18, 1860. &gt; EDITOK APPEAL : —The Senate, us you must be aware, was not in session to-day. In the Assembly, Mr. Welty introduced a bill to provide for the exemption of firemen from the payment of poll taxes. He probably desires a re-election, or a better thing. What transparent humbuggery to be giving to firemen, or any other class of our citizens, special privileges which they do not claim, and to which they are no more entitled than they ure to a total exemption from all the responsibilities of citizenship. Why not exempt from the payment of poll taxes every man who does military or jury duty? A special bill authorizing the taking of toll on the San Bruno road, (wherever that may be) was passed. 1 believe it is some thoroughfare either in, or leading out of thecity ofSan Francisco. Imagine a special law, authorizing the taking of toll by some embryo Hanson, at the corner of, say D and Third...
[For (lie Appeal.) Mountain Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 20 February 1860
[For (lie Appeal.) Mountain Correspondence. GREENVILLE, Feb. 17, 1860. EDITOR APPEAL: —Being at leisure today, I thought the best thing I could do would be to give you n few items from this place. Your spicy little journal comes here every day, and is well liked by the people. It is just such a paper as we wanted. We were sick and tired reading the political controversies of your two contemporaries in Marysville. Their arguments did not interest us in the least. What we wanted was some miscellaneous reading matter, and that we have found in the columns of the APPEAL. Things here are beginning to look pretty brisk. At present, the miners are all at work, and as a general thing, doing very well. There arc several of our oldest and best citizens going home in the spring, on a visit to the Atlantic States. They will carry with tliem good sized piles ; the honest savings of years of toil. I believe it is their intention to come back next fall; and if such should be the case, 1 would here...
TELEGRAPHIC. [BY UNION TELEGRAPH LINE]. MPORTED FOR THE MARTBVILLE DAILT APPEAL. Funeral of Arthur Frencli—Sudden Death—Arrival. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 20 February 1860
TELEGRAPHIC. [BY UNION TELEGRAPH LINE]. MPORTED FOR THE MARTBVILLE DAILT APPEAL. Funeral of Arthur Frencli—Sudden Death—Arrival. SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 19. The funeral of the late Arthur French was largely Attended to-day by the Masonic Fraternity, all the officers of the P. M. S. S. Company in the city, and many personal friends, preceded by a large band of music. Dr. Ilayden, of Santa Clara, while attending the races to-day, dropped down dead in a fit of Apoplexy. He was tomorrow going to race his horse for $2,000. ARRIVED —Ship Napier, 120 days from New York, to) Crosby &amp; Dibble.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 20 February 1860
BUTTK-lES. —The other day when a lot of Orovillian's were allowed to pass Mary - villc, without stopping at the quarantine ground, we mentioned the fact and headed the item as above. Upon this, the Butte Democrat man speaks and says : " They are considered rather good looking, even here ; but it is by no means . singular that they should be deemed perfect " Butte-ieg," when compared with the generality of "uglv mugs "in and about " Nye's Ranch." The Editor of the Appeal, being a former Orovillian, is of course excepted." We know they arc considered beauties up in " Boon's," but we noticed that delicate females took good care not to get a look at 'em while they were here. We blush when we say that the last paragraph in the foregoing extract is of so , truthful a nature as to do the Democrat j man great credit. PERSONAL.— We were gratified to receive a call, last evening, froin Vincent E. Geiger, Esq., aboriginal boss at Nomee Lackee. Uncle Vince looked as cmaciatcdas ever, but still ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 20 February 1860
»*lg appeal. MARYSVILLE, MONDAY MORNING, FKB. !»0. Notice to Agents and Rnbicrlbeti. It U desirable and important to us. that our agents and subscribers, when sending their orders for the APPEAL, 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 as every day, and wo desire to fill them promptly and properly. Will our friends pleaoe remember, and attend to the above request.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 20 February 1860
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Found. A lII' E BILL, dated Feb. Int., 1860, and for the Hum of s7f&gt;, lias been found unil l«-ft ut this office to await the order of tlx- owner. It can l&gt;e obtained upon description anil paynu'iit for thin advertisement. Found. A LADY'S SHAWL I'IN, containing a picture of a female, ami net in gold or plated metal. The owner call have it by applying at this office and paying for thin advertisement. ft'bJO Citizen's Sttftm Navigation Co. A Dividend of two (2) per cent, has been declared by the Trustee* of thin Company, pavalde In cash on anil after the 18th inst. lIOKACK BEACH. Sec'y. Marvsville, Feb. 17,18ti0. feb3o-tf H. S. &lt;t J. C. RANSOM, —HEALERS IN—FLOUR, FEED, BARLEY, VEGETABLES, ETC., FORWARDERS OF MERCHANDISE. CONSIGNMENTS solicited, which shall receive our prompt attention and be forwarded to any' part of the mines with dispatch. We are tho agouti of J. T. II iviland &amp; Co.'s celobrated CALIFORNIA MADE MATCHES,...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 20 February 1860
ASSAY OFFICES. MARYSVILLE PIOXEKR iay Office. H. HARRIS &amp; C'O., [Successor to Harris A Marchand,] K Street, near the corner of Second. MARYSVILLE. Also—T3 J street, Sacramento, and 10ft Sacramento street, San Francisco. Will continue to carry on the huriness of Melting) Refining and Antylng 0V EVERY DESCRIPTION. WE GUARANTEE the correctness of our Assays, and bind ourselves to pay the differences that may arise with any of the U. 8. Mints. Returns made in from 6 to 12 hours, iu BAIIS or COIN. 43-Speeimens of Quart* Assayed and valued. TERMS or ARSATIITO— The same as in San Francisco. jan23-mv H. HARRIS A CO. H. V. THKALL, CHAS. A. IF.THf.II. ASSAY OFFICE THE ALL &amp; CO., •VCCKBBOR TO Jt'STII * HUNTER, NO. 102, KIRBT ST., BETWEEN 1) AND 111011, Marysville. GOLD AND ORES OK EVERY DESCRIPTION, JWELTED jtJTD aSS.iITED At San Francisco rati-n. and Return* nm«|o in BARS OB UNITED STATES COIN, within nix hour*. Our AAWIVH arc guaranteed, and Barn discounted at the low...