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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 21 February 1860

MISCELLANEOUS. >» -TVh :i FRENCHBG UNSMITH. 101 Tremont Block, SECOND STREET, MARYSVILLE. REPAIRING done at the lowest rates nnd ali work warranted. GUNS, RIFLES, and PISTOLS for Hale. Also powder nnd shot. I lmve a shop forftling Saws and grinding razors and scissors. I have also new machinery tor cutting Qain Twist and re-boring Shot Oun Barrels. jan24-my P. GEORGE. COAL OIL LAMPS. A LARGE ASSORTMENT JUST received. Also a fresh supply of pure KEROSEJVE or COJIL OIL, For sale, Wholesale and Retail, at jan33-my WM. ABBOTTS, 140, Second Street, Opposite the Western House. NOTICE. TIIE business Arm of WILLEY, DEAN k CO., was dissoved by limitation on the first of Januuary, 1860. Marysville, Jan. 19,1860. A. P. WILLEY, THAD. DEAN. W. K. HUDSON. Co-Partncrslilp Notice. P. P.CAINE, having bought tlio interest of Thad. Dean, in tho lumber business, lately conducted by WILLEY, DEAN & CO., the undersigned will continue the same in this city, at Challenge Mill and at C...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 21 February 1860

PROFESSIONAL. jn23-my MARTSVILLE. MAHTSVILLE. R. S. MESICK, ATTORNEY AT LAW, OFFICE —Corner of High and First streets, up stairs, jan'flmy MARYSVILLE, CAL. G. N. SWEZV, ATTORNEY AT LAW, MARYSVILLE, CAL. OFFICE —Corner First and Uigh streets, up stairs, jan23-ray ( HAS. G. HUBBARD, ATTORNEY AT LAW, And Notary Public. OFFICE —SO D Street, MABTSTILLE. jan23. C. K. DE LONG, ATTORNEY AT LAW. OFFlCE —Srholl'a Building, (up stairs,) D street, jan23-ray MARTSVILLE. HEARDAN & SMITH, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, D Street, between Ist and 2d, ja23-my Marysvllle. H. K. MITCHELL, ATTORNEY AT LAW, No. 46 D street, over the California Stage Office, jan23-my MARTSVILLE. P. L. HATCH, DISTRICT ATTORNEY. OFUCE —Over Wells, Fargo A Co.'s, Jan23-my MARTSVILLE. CHAS. E. PILKINS, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. OFFICE —Cor of High street and tlio Plaza, over Low Bro.'s Bank, Jan23-my MARTSVILLE. B. PRANKLIN HOLLIS, ARTIST, Opposite the St. Nicholas Hotel. Dr. R. H. McDANIELS, Examining and Visiting Physi...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 21 February 1860

_ HOTELS, iSsC. MERCHANTS' HOTEL, First Street, Marjsvllle, California. ®|The undersigned respectfully inform tlieir friends and the traveling public; also those wishing n more permanent Home, . that they have leaned the above well-known and popular establishment, and intend keeping it as a FIRST CLASS HOTEL, in every department. By reason of experience, and strict attention to the wants of our guests, wo hope to nwrit and receive a liberal patronage. Bar ana Billiard Room* first floor. Office up stairs. 43-The House is open all night. jan23-my CHURCHILL 4 STANTON. United States Hotel, CORNER OF C AND THIRD STREETS, MARTSTII.EE. STOKES is, SHIELDS ••••••••• PROPRIETORS. THE Proprietors would respectfully iniii form their friends and tho public that they j[| have recently, at great expense, fitted up [ULthis NEW HOTEL, iua style unsurpassed by any house in tho city, anil are now prepared to accommodate nil who may desire GOOD LIVING, a well ventilated ROOM, or a GOOD BED. Mr. Stokes ...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 21 February 1860

SALOONS. MOUNTAINEER SALOON, Western Home Building, D Street* BROPHY & LAWLER, Proprietors. THE very best of WINKS and LIQUORS alwavi on hand. For further particulars call In. J. K. BROPIIY. j023-my Wm. B. LAWLER. F. W. GETZLER, D STREET, OPPOSITE THEATER. Jan23my J. H. DOUGHERTY, UNION SALOON, D STREET, ABOVE SECOND, Naryivllle.; HAVING OPENED THIS WELL KNOWN establishment recently, 1 would inform my friends mid put rolls that I have on hand a choice stock of LIQUORS ALES and WINES, and are well prepared to refresh the inner innn with any style of beverage desired. Connected with my Saloon is an Oyster stand, where may be obtained at any hour, Oysters, Crabs, Clams, 4bc., got up in every imaginable style, and warranted to give satisfaction. Harry Dougherty ill always be happy to see his friends ja23-my MERCHANTS' HOTEL SALOON. JOHN IS HAPPV TO ANNOUNCE to his old patrons and the public generally, that he is again at his Old Stand, THE MERCHANTS' HOTEL BAR, where he will...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 21 February 1860

THE KAKYBVILLE DAILY APTEAL Is delivered by our Carrier, to Subeerilxn in the city, at the very moderate charge of i» » .>■ ■ W > -jj 'a T *• PAYABLE TO TBI CAUIO. We hare set our tnrms, for copies delivered by mail at the following reasonable rates: ONE Y*AR (in advance) ...... $| OO Six MONTHS, OO TIIREE MONTHS, 3 OO OUR OROVILLE AGENT.— Thomas Callow, Esq., is our duly authorized agent in Oreville. He will furnish the paper to subscribers and receive and receipt for advertisements fur.,the APPEAL in that city. PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY'S LINE FOR MANAMA, Connecting Tin Panama Railroad with 'he steamers of the North Atlantic i'teauiHliip Company at Aspinwall, for MEW YORK DIRECT? The Only Safe and Reliable Route. DEPARTURE FROM FOLSOM STREET WHARF Tho magnificent steamship TV J. 0. WATKINS, - Commander Will leave Folsoni Street Wharf, with the U. S. Mails Passengers and Treasure, for Panama. Oil MONDAY - « February 90th At 9 o'clock, a. m., punctually. r...

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Ike fails Jweal. MARYSVILLE, TUESDAY MORNING, FEB. St. Notice to Agent! tad Subscribers. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 21 February 1860

Ike fails Jweal. MARYSVILLE, TUESDAY MORNING, FEB. St. Notice to Agent! tad Subscribers. 11 is desirable and important to Tig. that our agenta and subscribers, when sending their orderi for the APMAL. should state through what medium they wish their paperssent—whether by Mail or Express, and if by Express, which one. Orders are pouring in upon us every day. aud we desire to fill them promptly and properly. Will our frieads please remember, and attend to the above request. COURT or SESSIONS. —This Court met yesterday, a full bench present, and adjourned without transacting any business, until this morning, at 10 o'clock. SMALL SIZED SCRIMMAGE.—A couple of chaps got into a bit of a fight down on the side walk, in front of our office, last evening. One, a corpulent little fellow, about as broad as he is long, got fighting mad first, and grabbing a stick of stove wood, whacked his opponent over the southern terminus of his spinal column, and thereat the party hit struck back with his " ...

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CTBIMI. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 21 February 1860

CTBIMI. Among the great wants of the State, is a census. As now, there is a slim chance of one being taken this year, as the law provide;;. While Congress is squabbling over the Speakership, of course there is no chance of an appropriation being made for the purpose, and the general appropriation, amply sufficient, perhaps, for the States on the other side of the mountains, is much too small for California and Oregon. Men can't afford to act as census agents at two cents per head, in this country. So a special appropriation should be made for the Pacific States, and even if Congress organizes before spring, it is doubtful if the necessary appropriation would be made in time to admit of the United States Marshals for California and Oregon to have the work done within the specified time. When the last census was taken of California, it was ordered by and paid for by the State, and subsequently legalized by j Congress. Although the proposition! made in the Legislature to take the censu...

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[For the Appeal.] Mountain Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 21 February 1860

[For the Appeal.] Mountain Correspondence. YOUNG'S HILL, Feb. IS. EDITOR APPEAL :—lt appears to be the ambition of some people to write vp a town, regardless of truth or the feelings of the migratory citizens of our "ycung and growing State." "Our correspondent" writes of rich diggings and big licks with so much apparent honesty, that the "hardy son of toil" is induced to seek the j golden locality, in hopes of bettering his | fortune ; but when he nrrives, a glance j will show him that his dreams of wealth arc as fleeting as a cave of top dirt before a hundred inches of water. Now, it is I not my intention to write of this, or any other place, in any such manner, but rather to g : vc you an idea of our status in mines and ditches, and in doing so. will come as near the truth as I can, and that will evidently be the full figure. But here let me say. by way of parenthesis, that we are but sojourners in these diggings ; our mountain towns have no permanancy, no more than the diggings ...

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TELEGRAPHIC. [BT UNION TELEGRAPH LINE]. ■EPORTED TOR THE MARTS VILLI DAILY APPEAL." IM Franclaco News. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 21 February 1860

TELEGRAPHIC. [BT UNION TELEGRAPH LINE]. ■EPORTED TOR THE MARTS VILLI DAILY APPEAL." IM Franclaco News. SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 20,1860. The Democratic primary election for delegates to State Conventton was held to-day. It resulted in the defeat of the Custom House Gwinn party and the triumph of the Mint, or Latham party. The Capital committee went over to Oakland to-day to examine the site offered for the construction of a State House and the location of the Capital. The steamer Golden Age and Champion sailed for Panama to-day ; each took about three hundred passengers. The overland mail carried away about 5,000 letters to-day. ARRIVED —Ship Lotty, Sherwood, 108 days from New York. MARKETS.— FIour, $6 50 ; Wheat, Si 50 to $2; Barley, 2jc; Oats, 2|@2jc.; Potatoes, Si 05® 1 07J ; Beans, pink, 2|c.

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legislative. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 21 February 1860

legislative. SACRAMENTO, Feb. 20. Senate not in session. ASSEMBLY. —The Committee on Ways and Means reported in favor of creating the office of Stnmp Inspector. The Judiciary Committee recommended the repeal of the sole trader act. Mr. Gallagher introduced an act to prevent Chinamen from becoming an expense to counties. Mr. Conness introduced his bill for the erection of a Capitol in Sacramento. It appoints the Governor, the Secretary of State, the State Treasurer, General Redington, and Judge Monson, Commissioners : provides for advertising for bids, Ac. The bill was referred to the Committee on Public Buildings. The Capitol to be erected according to the plan of R. Clark, in 1850 ; appropriates one hundred thousand dollars from the Treasury, to carry the net into effect. Mr. Johnson introduced a joint resolution, to ask Congress to annex the proposed Nevada Territory to California. The net, granting seven thousand five hundred dollars back pay to Judge Barbour, was passed—ayes 44,...

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Difficulty Settled. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 21 February 1860

Difficulty Settled. YRKKA, Feb. 20. It is now generally understood, that referees were appointed to settle the affair of honor between Francis Unnabl and W. I). Fair, and that the difficulty hag been amicably settled, without waste of powder.

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Delegate* to State Convention. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 21 February 1860

Delegate* to State Convention. RED BLUFKS, Feb. 20. The following delegates were elected to the State Convention: J. G. Doll, H. Beachy, E. J. Lewis, L. Ward, Y. E. Geiger. An editor's principal article of furniture is his inkstand.

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[From our own Correipoudrnt.] Sacramento Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 21 February 1860

[From our own Correipoudrnt.] Sacramento Correspondence. SACRAMKNTO, Fob. 19, 1860. EDITOR APPEAL : —I have just beard of a suicide, committed at a camp ou tbe American river, about fifteen miles from thia city, by a man named Blotta, a native of Switzerland, aged about thirtythree. The weapon used was a doublebarreled shot gun, which the unfortunate man placed to his mouth, and discharged by pulling the trigger with his foot. No cause can be assigned for the act, us the deceased was in good circumstances. The Lathamites have, I believe, elected their delegates to our County Convention, so far as the result is known. Uncle Weller has, I think, made nary trick here. The Yolo county Convention have recognized Humphrey Griffith's soundness by electing him a delegate to the State Convention. No better man than Humphrey could be sent to Charleston, provided any friend to Douglas is to be sent. The Republican State Convention will not, it is thought, instruct for Seward. His friends lack ...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 21 February 1860

NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. WANTBD —Two or three Musicians to piny in a saloon in the mountain*; also one comic siuger (or the same place. Situation for nine montbi and good wages given. Apply at BTAIII. S City Intelligence Office, No. 3(1 D street, bet. Ist and 2d. WANTED —A trusty girl to do the work for three in family in the city; also several good girls for the country. Apply immediately at STAHL'S City Intelligence Office, No. 36 D street, bet. Ist and 2d. WAHTKD- Immediately a female cook for Hamilton, Butte county—good wages. Apply to STAHL'S City Intelligence Officii, No. 36 D street, bet. Ist and 2d. For Hate or Trade. THE UNDERSIGNED WILL - - SKLL, or TRADE for other city prop- ffln erty, the COTTAGE HOCBK at the corner of F and Eighth streets, (west end of the Eighth street bridge.) It is a delightful family residence, surrounded by fruit and shade trees, vines and shrubbery, of every variety. The lot is 80 by 160 feet in size. For further information apply at the APPEAL office,...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 21 February 1860

ASSAY OFFICES. MARYSVILLE PIONEER H. HARRIS & €O., [Successor to Harris h Man-hand,] E Street, near the corner of Second, MARYSVILLE. Alio— 7 3 J drift. Sacramento, and 109 Sacramento street, San Francisco. Will continue to carry on the buriness of Mr It* Ing, Refining and Amying OF EVERY DESCRIPTION*. WE GUARANTEE the correctness of onr Assays. and bind ourselves to pay the differences that may arise with any of tbe V. S. Mints. Returns made in from 6 to 12 hours, in BARS or COIN. 43-Specimens of Quartz Assayed and valued. TERMS or ASSAYIXO—Tbe same as in San Francisco. janZlmy 11. HARRIS A CO. n. w. THE.UL, CIIAS. A. KKYSI'.R. ASSAY OFFICE TH£ALL & CO., SIMTMSOR TO Ji'srii n HUNTKR, XO. 102, FIHST ST., HETWEEX D AND 111011, Marysville. GOLD AND ORES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, MELTED JiJITD JiSHJiITED At San Francisco rates, and Returns nuMje in BARB OR UNITED STATES COIN, within six hours. Our Assays arc guaranteed, and Bars discounts at the lowest rates. [ ja23...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 21 February 1860

AUCTION. H. BARMETT, AVOTZOSri] D. STEET, MARYSVILLK, INFORMS the public he is ready, •> to attend to the went* of tho*e who » service* for the aalo of * GROCERIES, DRV GOOD* —AND— Merchandise tteneraii, REAL ESTATE AT PUBLIC AUCTION OH I'lllVAT REFRENCKS: P.M. RAMIHKZ, CAPT. Pl\m» KAI.KNKK * BELL, CHAkM,, W. 11. SAMPSON, 1111 And the inhabitant* generally of Uteris THE subscriber has for aalo at the NEW LAND NURSERY, four miles froin Msrro i * I.A>U .MKBBIIV, four miles froin Msrm on the Sacramento Howl, SIX NEW Bt GIES, four of which are covered and two umt They will be told low for CASH, with or with* harness. These buggies ore inferior to nono is market, and those wishing to purchase are in to examine them. Apply to . 11. T. HUTCHINSON. feb!3-lni v At the Nunerj. dßHfew ATTENTION! WOiSKSMi stock raisers and minnr Mr ultchkks. The undersigned offers, at Very laiw I'iiicm, VM Hend of SHEEP and 400 Head LAMBS, Also 40 Head of GOATS, All of which aje now runnin...

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m FAILS §■FFERF. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 21 February 1860

m FAILS §■FFERF. Ou* AGENCY AT OUSLIT'S BAR. —Jasper Rand, E«q.» I our authoriied agent at Ou»le'y» Bar, Yuba counj He w iu receive- •übecriptione and receipt for dvertiiemeDta for the APPIAI.

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Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 21 February 1860

Meeting. 1 The consolidation meeting met last ■vening pursuant to adjournment. The Chairman stated that at the time of the Adjournment of the last meeting, the question upon the adoption of the LommitAe's report was pending. 2 The Secretary read the report of the iAmmittce, a synopsis of which we gave IK our i a gt report. After some discusjjlon the question was lost. ' I. S. Belcher, Esq., offered the followig resolution: Resolvtd, That a committee of five be ppointed by the Chair, whose duty it tall be to report to a meeting of citizens, o be called by the Chairman of said comlittee, first, proposed amendment to the ity charter, for the reduction of city exlenditures: Second, proposed arneudncnts to the laws operative in this couny, whereby the salaries and fees of couny' officers may be reduced, and the genral expenditures of our county governnent diminished. Upon motion of Alderman Eshom, so nuch of the resolution as refers to the :ity charter, be stricken out. John A. Paxton mo...

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For the Appeal. Later Pike's Peak New*. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 21 February 1860

For the Appeal. Later Pike's Peak New*. By a private letter dated Jan, 15th, I learn that Gregory, the discoverer of the Pike's l'eak mines, wag encumped at St. Joseph, Mo., preparing to start for the mines in Feburarv. The prospects for a rush to the mines are good. Every express that arrives, brings a few thousands in dust. The last brought some $25,000. The merchants at St. Joseph, are expecting a rich harvest from the PikePeaker's in the Spring. The large hotel called thePatee House, is now completed and opened by G. W. Alden, formerly of the Monongahala House, Pittsburg, Pa. The part of the city imtnidately around the Patce House and the Ilanabal and St. Joseph depot, called Patee Town, is improving very fast. St. Joe will rank among the Big cities soon; her merchants are rich and enterprising. N. RAFFLE. —-A big bar of gold and a very rich diamond ring are to be raffled, at the Marysville Exchange. Call around and see them. The ring is a very handsome piece of jewelry. SiTL'AT...

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