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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 23 February 1860
frjy* We are under obligations to Harry Leland, for files of papers, yesterday. ACQUITTED. — Drum, against whom an action was recently brought for keeping a toll-bridge on the Long Bar road, near the Hermitage Ranch, had a final hearing yesterday, before Justice Kyle, and was acquitted. The case was contested with much energy and vigor; J. C. McQuaid and J. N. Belcher for the defence, and Col. Sam Mulford for the prosecution. A RUNAWAY. —A horse attached to a dray, started off in a stampede, upon his own hook, from near the corner ot D and Fifth streets, yesterday forenoon, and ran asfaras the Slough, where it intersects the corner of F and Sixth streets, where the dray was tumbled over into said Slough, and the rantankerous beast was knocked into a standstill. The horse became a little sulky, when he found what a fool he had made of himself. Nothing hurt much. SUCTION HOSE WANTED.— At the fireou Monday night, the Pioneer Engine Company felt the great need of a longer suction hoie t...
The Narjriville and San Francisco Railroad. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 23 February 1860
The Narjriville and San Francisco Railroad. i The people of this city, and oihers in- ! terested in the Marysville and San Franj oisco Railroad, anxiously await the promj ised Report of tlie Engineer of that work. During the last year or more, we have had 1 innumerable verbal assurances that the iron and rolling stock for that road had been purchased, and was expected to " arrive soon." An official statement is desired as to what amount of such stock has been purchased : how much was paid for it, and when and how it was shipped. It has been "going to arrive " so long that the citizens of Yuba, having assented to the issue of the bonds of the county in a large sum. to assist in carrying on the i work, naturally feel a desire to be reliably j informed in regard to the progress of j affairs. They likewise desire something more definite than the mere complimentary and general statements, that " the work is being carried on with much vigor i and enterprise, under the able and ettici-' i ...
I From our own Correspondent.] Sacramento Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 23 February 1860
I From our own Correspondent.] Sacramento Correspondence. SACRAMENTO, Feb. '21,1850. EDITOR APPEAL :—Sam. Knight, of Sun Francisco, is like to get an office. The Governor sent in his name, to-day, for one of the Commissioners of the San Francisco funded debt, and the Senate made it the special order for Thursday ncxl. That is keeping a man on nettles for an uncomfortable period, but I think the Senate will consider him sufficiently conservative to till the place. An act for opening up and repairing roads in Sutter county, \yas passed. The Senate transacted no business of moment, and at an early hour adjourned over till Thursday, in order to give some a chance to attend the Republican Sute Convention, and others to attend the Administration County Convention. The avowed reason for so adjourning wis, however, stated to be the fact that tomorrow is the Birth-day of Washington. In the House, two important bills were introduced —one concerning Indians, and the other concerning Chinese. T...
TELEGRAPHIC. [BY UNION TELEORAPH LINE]. REPORTED FOR THE XARYSVILLK DAILY APPEAL. San Francisco New*. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 23 February 1860
TELEGRAPHIC. [BY UNION TELEORAPH LINE]. REPORTED FOR THE XARYSVILLK DAILY APPEAL. San Francisco New*. SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 22. Last night, at about 8 o'clock, James Whitford shot Edward Sheridan. The ball passed near the spinal column, and through the chest, lodging near the right nipple. Xo hopes of his recovery. Sheridan is a well-known street contractor, and formerly kept the U. S. Hotel. Whitford has been arrested. The trial of Henry Wappner for the murder of Louis Vollmer, was commenced in the 4tli district court. About §3OO were collected to-day at the post office for the Washington Monument. The California Guards fired 33 guns in honor of the day. No arrivals to-day.
Democratic Convention. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 23 February 1860
Democratic Convention. SHASTA, Feb. 22. The Democratic County Convention met to-day at 10 o'clock, Dr. Beuj. Shurtleff in the Chair. Strong Dickinson resolutions were passed, and the delegation instructed to vote for him as long as it will do him any good. On an informal ballot for first choice for President, the vote stood: For Dickinson, 57 ; Breckinridge. 9; Douglas, 8. The following gentlemen were elected delegates to the State Convention: Henry C. Street, John A. Driebilbis, E. Garter, Wm. Magee, G. M. Roach, Larry O'Counel, J. Mcintosh, John McGinty.
Sncrnmeiito NIWI [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 23 February 1860
Sncrnmeiito NIWI SACRAMENTO, Feb. 22. Republican Convention was very largely attended. Barker, of San Francisco, elected Chairman. Delegates elected to Chicago as follows : F. 15. Tracy, L. Stanford, A. A. Sargeant, 1).- W. Chccseman, Samuel Bell, Charles Watrous, D. J, Staples, R. Mathewson. Alternates, J. C. Hinckley, J. F. Zane, Baldwin of Solano, Jas. Churchman, Francis Snyder, J. A. Nuues, J. R. McDonald, L. .V. Vickar. There were high words in the Convention between two San Francisco delegates, and trouble was anticipated, but prevented. Administration County Convention organized at 2 o'clock by electing C. S. Fairfax as temporary Chairman. J. R. llardeuburgh is permanent Chairman. Both Coventions are now in session. Traev is speaking to the Republicans.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 23 February 1860
MOLLIK MALONE, OCH HONK. — The big brother of the above named love struck spinster, has sent us the following concoction : MARYSVILLK, CAL. Feb. 21st, 1860. And is it you, Mister APPALE man, that would be after showing the white feather when an illigent girl as me sister Mollie, agrees to take up wid ye ? And dares the likes of ye think that Patrick Malone, that's mesclf, has nothing to do but to lave his work and cudgel ye for that same? Instead of putting foolish notions into the heads of dacent girls, and then laving them to cry their eyes out, ye had better be after courting and marrying one ofthem and behaving yerself; if you don't yill find, ye spalpheen—broomsticks and brickbats thicker aninst ver head than ye like. Me sister Mollie scorns to give ye so much as the glance of her eye, any more, but she wants me only to say jist, that such trateinent to a woman is without a ||• and if ye come " foolin " round her, shill the opportunity to make a at your ii with her Sfgff' or pl...
Arrrival* at the St. Nicholas. lIICKOK & CO Proprietors. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 23 February 1860
Arrrival* at the St. Nicholas. lIICKOK &amp; CO Proprietors. WEDNESDAY, Feb. 22. lsoo. R Groen. llaiuwnville. A Black. Duties. C Ecker, Porker Flat. &gt;1 Harris, " .1 M 1 Ifivi'li. Ikiwnieville. F Rhodes, City. Miss Green. Dogtown. .J Lawler, (linns Valley. Miss Rudolph, " B G Hartshorn, City. P.Morelock, Nevada. I) Bear Valley. J II Clark, " J1 Wood, Sweetlnnd. M Jackson, Inkskip. Mrs. Charlotte, Plumas. F K Baniel, " A Palmer A Wife, Laporto B F Lempkine, Nevada. I. Palmer * " A .1 Lucas. Mooney Flat. M Morris. Mar.vsville. J Moyen, San Francisco. .1 It Hayes. '• M Somerson, •' ,1 Y Mavis. San Fran. .1 Rohlninn, Nevada. .1 Cooley, Iluncut. •I Allison, French Corall. C Smith, do
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 23 February 1860
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. WANTED— A well favored and iudustrious young woman can obtain wages, ranging from $4O to $5O per month in a respectable family, about 40 miles iti the country upon application to STAHL'S City Intelligence Office, No. 36 D street, bet. Ist and 2d. WANTED—TWO or three Musicians to play in a saloon in the mountains; also one comic singer for the same place. Situation for nine mouths and good wages given. Apply at STAHL'S City Intelligence Office, No. 36 I) street, bet. Ist and 2d. ILOUND —Was picked up in the street and left ' at this office, yesterday, a bunch of old bills, cheeks, letters, Ac. The owner can have them by calling at this office and paying advertising charges. For Sale or Trade. THE UNDERSIGNED WILL - - SELL, or TRADE for other city prop- Bjju:j[ erty, the COTTAGE HOUSE at the 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...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 23 February 1860
ASSAY OFFICES. MARYSVILLE I'IOXEER HARRIS €O., [Successor to Harris &amp; Marchand,] £ Street, near the corner of Second, MARYSVILLE. Also— 73 J street, Sacramento, and 103 Sacramento street, San Francisco. Will continue t»» carry on the huriness of Melting, Re Ailing and A (Maying Gold and Ores, OK KYKLLY DESCRIPTION. WE GUARANTEE the correctness of our Assays, and bind ourselves to pay the diflereuces that may arise with any of the U. 8. Mints. Returns made in from 6to 12 hours, in BAKS or COIN. 4 0 'Specimens of Quartz Assayed and value*!. Tkkm&gt; of Assaying—The same as in San Frnticisro. jan23-my 11. lIAUItIS A CO. 11. W. TilE M.1., CHAH. A. KEYSER. ASSAY OFFICE YHEALL A CO., SUCCESSOR TO JCBTH k lIUNTER, NO. 102, FIRST ST., BETWEEN D AND HIGH, Marysville. OOLI3 ANI) OIIES OF EVEItY DESCRIPTION, JtIELTEIt .KVM .ISS.irt'B At Sun Francisco rates. ami Returns made In ItAltK OK UNITED STATES COIN, within six hour*. Our Ams.vk arc guaranteed, and liars discounted at...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 23 February 1860
auction. H. BARIVETT, AUOTIONBUjj D. STKET, MARYgTaiI, ' INFORMS the public he in ready, „ t . to attend to tlie want* of thuee *K„ services for the wile of kit GROCERIES, DRY GOODH . —AND— S ' Merchandise Generally REAL. ESTATE AT PUBLIC AUCTION OK rHIVA TE SALt ItEFRENCES: F. M. RAMIREZ, Cam Ptvv,.. FALKNER &amp; DELL. CHAB fvivtn 1 . SAMPSON, S C ° VlLl *ll And the inhabitants generally 0 f the city TlUa Day, Thnridty,;F«b.»3,l|(, At 10 o clock precisely, at the Store, on Ist»J between High an.l I) street, a lot of iisting iu part, of Uu.ls, fieddinJ Cooking I'tensilit, Wines and Liquors of R. l'lckersgili, deceased. ' P t * n J JOHN H. TeSSEIVT^ Cor. Flrat at. and Commercial Allsy, WHOLESALE DEALER IN Flour, Groceries, Pro. visions, CLOTHING, BOOTS 4 SHOES, MINING IMPLEMENTS, Ac., &amp;p., 4 C , con,tnri "y on hand BARLEY Pivri TOES, ONIONS, RE AN 8, and GROt-tni ket'rates. Ch h " Bt th " lo *"t Commlaalon and Forwarding. Having added the abo»o to his usual busin...
Bit f &W** [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 23 February 1860
Bit f &amp;W** n„« Aowct AT OWUi's BAn.-Ja.por Hand, Ksq., „'Lthorl*ed .gent at Ousle'ys Bar, Yuba coun- ' He trill receive subscriptions and receipt for LrtisemeuUforthe APPEAL. CBAZV PHILOSOPHER. —"Professor n " he style 3 himsclf &gt; ftftcr havin 8 and'ered about over California for five • W.IIN ill a harmless state of insanirsix)ears&gt; i i , • . W as arrested, yesterday, by the police, n'd lodge* l in the station house* H 's a i a dy though of the same nature which t has always shown since we saw him r t some five or six years since, is much gJavated, and when he was taken in harge, yesterday, his hat was decorated jtk sheets of paper containing scriblings after his peculiar, incoherent style. [ e also had a large quantity of papers on is person, upon which were similar reults of bis mania. What is a little sinner about it, is that he had money with im too. He seems particularly imressed with an admiration of Old John Irown, and hurrahs for him with a ...
Later from the Etit. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 23 February 1860
Later from the Etit. The Union of yesterday contained some important news from the Kast, from Wash"gton, especially, which we think it proto place before our readers. We »»ke the following synoposis thereof : In the House, Monday, January 30th, lie proceedings were very exciting. The louse was crowded, even on the tioor. After a long debate, the floor was cleared tall persons, including the ladies, ohernmn, amid profound silence, withfew from the contest, and thanked his nend f for the fidelity with which they aa adhered to him. He congratulated e Republicans for the undismayed stand ich they had preserved amid threats of isunion and disorganization. Conscious toe rectitude of their purpose, the Re- ! ''^ ans had been silent and firm. On e other hand, their ancient and national icrsaries were broken into fragments compelled to support gentlemen I t. T p * v hostile to their organization, eheved it a national calamity to have trect or indirect supporter of the Adlustration occupying ...
Interesting to Miners. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 23 February 1860
Interesting to Miners. To our Sacramento correspondent, we are indebted for the following report of the Committee on Mines and Mining Interests, forwarded in advance of its publication at the Capitol. It will prove interesting to our mining readers, if to nobody else: Mr. Lawrence, from the Committee on Mines and Mining Interests, reported Assembly bill No. 96, an Act entitled " An Act to amend an Act to provide for the protection of foreigners and defiue their liabilities and privileges," approved April 19th, 1850. Also, Assembly bill No. 111, an Act amendatory of and supplementary to an Act entitled " An Act to provide for the protection of foreigners," passed March 30th, 1853, reported a substitute for both bills, recommending its passage. Mr. Speaker: Your Committee on Mines and Mining Interests, to whom was referred Assembly bill No. 96, an Act to repeal an Act entitled "An Act to amend an Act tj provide for the protection of foreigners and to define their liabilities and privi...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 23 February 1860
I. O. O. P.—Oriental Lodge Nfh 45 moots every Thursday evening, at Odd Follows' Ilall, Third street. Brothers in good stnnding are invited to attend. M. W. SIIUSTER, N. a. C. L. THOMAS, Recording Secretary. JMT" The regular meeting night* of Marysville T. of 11. No. 6, are on the first and third Mondays of each month, at 7 o'clock P. M. E. II AUG HER, W. C. T. K. T. LEAVELL, W. R. ?* F—-Marysville Encampment of Patriarchs No. 6,1. 0. O. F., meets at Odd Fellows' Ilall, Third street, on the second aud fourth Wednesdays of each month. Faithful Patriarchs over welcome. C . L THOMAS, C. P. W M. E. MILLS, Scribe. 'following letter, which emphatically speaks for itself, was written by tho Dean of the Faculty of the Philadelphia Collopo of Medicine, to the editor, of the Pacific Medical and Surgical Journal, San Francisco, for publication: PHILADELPHIA. .January 17, 1850. Tothr Editors of the J\tn/ic Medical and Surgical Journal :■ —(tenth-men: My attention has Item called to an article in...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 23 February 1860
BANKERS. REYNOLDS BROS. BANKERS, No. 144, Third Street, Maryivllle, PURCHASE GOLD BARS AND GOLD DUST, At best market rate*, make advanced on Gold Dust consigned to the U. 8. Mint for coinage. WSEtL EASTERN EXCHAOE'U 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 best London Companies. Attend to COLLECTIONS, and transact a General Bunking business. QUICKSILVER. Agency Gaudalupe Mines, Santa Clara. A large supply constantly on hand, and for sale at San Francisco Agents' rates. ,jan23-my REYNOLDS BROS. P. DECKER, J. H. U. JEW ITT. J. A. PAXTO.N. DECKER, JEWETT POT, MARYS VILLE. Banking Hour* from 9 a.m. to * p.m. ADVANCES ONI G-OXiX) DUST FOR ASSAY AT 0. S. MINT. CHECKS AT PAR ON PARROTT &amp; €O., SAN FRANCISCO. B. F. HASTINGS ft CO., SACRAMENTO.^ OUR 810 [IT AND TIME DRAFTS ON AMERICAN EXCHANGE BANK, Available in the principal cities of the Union One-Half...