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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 24 February 1860
ANDERSON. —It is said that the Wizard will be and appear here on next Monday night. WATER CHICKENS. —They call fried frogs water chickens in Minnesota. Many persons are induced to cat them under the name assumed. It is regarded as the meanest-Avrt-'o joke by its victims. PORKY. —A man named Evans, arrested the other day for some sort of a crime in Sacramento, is designated by the Post as the "pigs feet man." A "swineish phrase.' WILL REBUILD. —Eckert. of the stable firm of Eckert k Johnson, has purchased the lot and remaining walls where their stable was located, lie paid 53.000 for the same, will rebuild and be in full blast at that stand in ten days or so. Enterprising. FPNNT Loss.—A set of false teeth, lost by somebody at the St. George Hotel, Sacramento, are advertised for the benefit of the toothless individual, in the Post. Maybe the editor of that paper is facetiously playing " a gum gains." LENT. —The season of Lent commenced on Wednesday. (Ash Wednesday.) and will continue ...
Wily W« arc Orlrvonnly Taxed. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 24 February 1860
Wily W« arc Orlrvonnly Taxed. Ever since California has got sober after her howling debauch of '49 and '5O, she has been whining over her impoverishment, the consequence of her own voluntary profligacy. She is like a niggard, who, in an unguarded moment, has become drunk and spent his substance in riotous living. Shakspeare has told us our condition out of the mouth of the princely l&gt;aue, in these words : This Heavy headed revel East and West, Make* us traduced mid taxed of other nations; They'elope us drunkard*, nud in swinish phrase, Soil our addition. The wild revelling* of our earlier days; our uncounted extravagances of the "Hush times our profligate squanderings of money and time, when we should have been garnering provision against the coming wolf at our door; all these things and the mad wasting of mentis for luxuries after the novelty of rough, pioneer life had worn stale, have made our State so poor as it is. and our name and credit so bad abroad. All the finest...
[From our own Correnpoudent.] Sacramento Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 24 February 1860
[From our own Correnpoudent.] Sacramento Correspondence. SACRAMENTO, Feb. 22, 1860. EDITOR APPEAL :—The Republican delegates from California to the Chicago Convention, are for Wm. H. Seward. They have discretionary power#, however, and are perfectly free to vote for Lincoln, Chase, Ranks, Bates, or any other person whose friends ran pursuade them that the nomination of Mr. Seward would be impolitic. The State Convention was uproarious nt every mention of the name of their acknowledged leader, and it was generally agreed by members that he was to be the next President. There was considerable strife for the position of national (I beg pardon, I mean sectional) delegates. One of the most anxious candidates appeared to me to be Mr. Love. He was furious for Seward. Would vote for him. if lie went to Chicago, until the fourth of March next. Mr. Love was beaten. Judge Hinckley, whose Lecomptonism. Dosli charged upon him in the last Courier, wanted to be a delegate pretty bad. Somehow or an...
[For the Appeal.] Solomon Sucker In Maryavllle. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 24 February 1860
[For the Appeal.] Solomon Sucker In Maryavllle. Just came down from the mountains to day. First time in nine years. Landed at the U. S. Hotel ; imbibed. Concluded to start out and sec the Marysvillc elephant ; started. Was struck by the surprising quantity of windmills ; enquired of smart little boy the use of said mills; smart iittle boy said they were "for grinding cofTee,'' have since been informed that they are patent fanners for cooling the atmosphere. Walked on, struck a grass patch with brick house in centre; enquired name, found twas Cortez Square. Public promenade like N. Y. Central Park, with this exception ; the public promenade inside of Central Park, and outside of Cortez Square, Availed myself of the privilege of the public, walked 'round the square, wondered at the object of sticking roots in boxes 'round" twothirds of Square, enquired ofgentleTman, was told that they were shade trees, asked gentleman to inspect pupil of ray eye and inform me if he could detect any th...
TELEGiI^trHMC. [BY UNION TELEGRAPH LINE]. ITRPORTED FOR THE M ARTSY ILL! DAILY APMUL. San Francisco New*. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 24 February 1860
TELEGiI^trHMC. [BY UNION TELEGRAPH LINE]. ITRPORTED FOR THE M ARTSY ILL! DAILY APMUL. San Francisco New*. " SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 23. A dearth of news to-day. Weather quite warm. About $OOO taken in at Post Office box yesterday and to-day, for the Washington Monument fund. The Agricultural Convention, meet here to-morrow, to consider about having a State Fair held in this vicinity. The oterlnnd mail, with St. Louis dates to February 2d, is now over due at Fresno and may be expected any moment. MARKETS. —In the provision line, there is some inquiry for pork. Bacon and Lard. Sales of the two lirst articles are made nt an advance oil previous quoted rates. Sugar and Rice are also firm, at former quotations. In the produce market, Barley is firm at S'.'J, and $2 30 is asked by a portion of the holders, but buyers have not vet acceded to the advance. Wheat has been in good demand, but prices are a shade lower than was obtained a few days since.
Sacramento K«w». [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 24 February 1860
Sacramento K«w». SENATE. —Petition for location of Capitol at Folsom, read. Sam Knight unanimously confirmed as one of the commissioners of the tunded debt of San Francisco. Act concerning Supreme Court reports providing that the Judges may supervise the same, passed. Bill to stop the pay of Controller Melony, was discussed and laid on the tabic. ASSEMBLY. —Mr. Laspeyre reported against the formation of the county of Mokolunine. A request was made for the special committee, to whom was referred the bill appropriating the amount of expenses incurred in the Indian war, to report. Mr. Conucss from the committee, declined reporting until the committee can obtain the vouchers, ic., connected with the contraction of the pebt. A warm discussion ensued in which Conuess was accused of resorting'to Buncombe, to which he replied in a characteristic manner. Sacramentans] are uneasy on the Capitol question. The committee will report on the subject soon, perhaps to-morrow, and are said to be in f...
Trinity County for Douglas. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 24 February 1860
Trinity County for Douglas. WEAVEUVII.LE, Feb. 23. The Democracy of Trinity county met in convention to-dnv, nt this place, to nominate delegates to the State Convention. Wm. A. Xunnally was called to the Chair, and the Convention proceeded then to ballot, and nominated the following gentlenieu delegates : J. I'. Jones, Morris (Jriftin. R. Ryan, \V. R. Watson. A. C. Lawrence, J. S. Pitzer and J. If. Hough. They have been instructed to go for Douglas.
Hone Thief Caught. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 24 February 1860
Hone Thief Caught. CHICO, Feb. 23. John Clemens nnd Samuel Hunter, being in search of horse thieves yesterday, who had stolen several animals from Neal's Ranch, came upon a man with two large fine mules concealed in a thicket of willows, near Lowery's, at Butte Creek. Suspecting him of theft, they questioned him, when he started to run and refusing to stop they fired upon him. The third shot brought him down, all three having taken effect. The last shot in the thigh is said to be severe, hut not dangerous. It is reported he admits the theft, and man and mules have been taken to Oroville. It is presumed he is one of a gang of horse thieves who have stolen many hoises and mules in this vicinity during this winter.
Arrrlvala at the St. Nicholas. HICKOK * CO Proprietors. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 24 February 1860
Arrrlvala at the St. Nicholas. HICKOK * CO Proprietors. THVRSDAT, Feb. 23,1840. II M Mitchcl, KlcolMis. C Hoyiingtnn, Stone Cr'k II S Tilden, Sacramento. N Wllloughby, Oroville. R Yocnm. " CD Curling, Sacramento. A II Metcalf, Sac. Iliver. John Maroney, " T-J Kvam k wife Or'vlle. Wm Grller. ltanch. J K Wortliington, Colusl. M Dougherty, Sau Fran, J Mc Fail dun, Tur. lt'nch. A tiulleu, " Wm Duiker. " J Qulleq, " U C Jonev, San Fran. B Oillin, " A S Olln, Nevada. J Onenl, « M Danglity. Sun Fran. J Sax ton, " N Madaw; " TB Heeler, Sac. River. S l.ipitjnn. Sacramento. P Nobnou, " A (ledclair, San Frnn. L II Strong, Sutterville. X Klein,
For the Apptnl. Malicious Prafccmtlon. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 24 February 1860
For the Apptnl. Malicious Prafccmtlon. EDITOR APPEAL: —RiIey Lane, of this county, was tried nt the present term of the Court of Sessions of Butte county. From the testimony, it would appear that the prosecution was purely malicious. The charge was for driving away and appropriating for his own use, nine hogs, the property of one Southworth. It being in evidence that the marks were the same upon Riley's as upon Southworth's hogs, the jury promptly acquitted the defendant. The defence was conducted by Gen. George Rowe. * BURIED. —The bodies of James Phillips and Daniel Campbell, the two men killed at Sucker Flat on Wednesday, by a caving bank, were yesterday brought to this city and interred in the Catholic burying ground. • BAD BlROS —Larks and other birds nre making havoc with grain in Napa county. Skylarks consume large quantities of corn in this meridian. THE Riri.Es.—The scooting irons and accoutrements of the Marysville Rifles, were expected to arrive last night. MORE SILVER. —...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 24 February 1860
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. WANTED —A welt fiurorod and industrious youn# woman run obtain wages, ranging from $4O to $6O per month In a respectable' family, about 40 miles in (ho country upon application to HTAIIIi'B City Intelligence Office, No.ISO D street, bet. Ist and 2d. WANTED —Two or three Musicians to play in a saloon in the mountains: also one comic dinger for the name place. SitUiitii.ii for nine months ami uood wages given. Apply at STAIII/8 City Intelligence Office, No. 31! D street, liet. lit and 2d. FOUND —Was picked up ill thil street and left at this office, yesterdiiy, a bunch of old bills, checks, letters, Ac. The owner cap linve them by calling at this office and paying advertidng charges. K. G. MATHEWS, PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANT, Corner Clay au»l DraifM IMi SAN KRANCISCO " " feß3l-&gt;f
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 24 February 1860
ASSAY OFFICES. MARYSVILLE PIONEER " • Mr. H. HARRIS &amp; CO., [Successor to Harris A Man-band,] K Street, near the corner of Second, MARYSVILLE. Also—73 J street. Sacramento, and 103 Sacramento street. Sun Francisco. Will continue to carry oil the buriness of Melt' Ing, ltrflning and Allaying OK 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. Heturns made in from 6 to 12 hours, in BARS or COIN. ffif-Speclmcn" of Quartz Assayed and valued. Terms or Assayimi—The aame as in San Krau-janlß-my 11. HARItIS k CO. 11. W. TIIEAI.L. (•HAS. A. KETSER. ASSAY OFFICE THE A LI. &amp; CO., SI'I'CEUOR TO JI'STII * HUNTER, NO. 102, FIRST ST.. BETWEEN I» AND HIGH, Marysville. GOLD AND ORES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, .HfUf .TED .I.V» JiS&amp;JtJTED At Sun Francisco rates, and Return* made in BARS OR I'NITED STATES COIN, witliin six hours. Our Assays are guaranteed, and Bars discounte...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 24 February 1860
AUCTION. H. AuoTzozra^ "• ■**■*, &gt;AKTIVIU|, ' INFORMS the public ho in read* at to attend to the want, of tS'.V'.'S services for the sale of *"° *l*2 GROCERIES, dry OOOD&gt; Merchandise CiFncriii^ REAL ESTATE AT PUBLIC AUCTION Olt PRIVATE REFRENCES: F. M. RAMIREZ. CAM Pivv,. FALKNER A IIELL. CHAkonvH^ ...... W "-BAMPBO"f VIU *» inhabitant! generally of the city JOHH H. TEJVNBHI', Cor. rint at. and Commercial All,, WIIOLKHALE lIEALKIt IN Flour, Groceries, Pr*. visions, CLOTHING, BOOTS A SHOES MINING IMPLEMENTS, Ac-, Ac., Ac. ALSO, ha* constantly on hand IIAKLKV pot. TOKS, ONIONS. MEANS, and OEOMT IKED; all of which he will .ell at the lowest 2, ket rates. *• Commlaalnn and Forwarding;. lim ing added the abovo to hi* usual bnsitMtk. ' K prepared to receive n,,d forward goodTirtS promptness and dispatch, at the lowest Roln, m!' and solicits tliu patronage of his old friends "ndtk jana-ar Busies and Harness TIIK subscriber has for sale at the NEW r\r I. AMI NURSERY, f...
of Additional Ter- PM rittry. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 24 February 1860
of Additional TerPM rittry. I in the present crisis of " retrenchment perhaps there is no question Hh li more concerns Yuba county than ■hat which involves the lessening or enK* ing of » ts terri,or - v - This is tt l ues " ■a of great nicety. It is represented ■°; t that part of Sierra county which is Ski to be segregated into a separate ■ ' jg capable of affording an annual jETenue of some $30,000. Its people, Krough their organ, the Mountain MesV |, ave Hjrnitied their desire to be Kined to Yuba county in the alternative Kat Alturtts county is not formed. Now, Err t can be no doubt that the trade which B«rrsville now carries on with the tow ns E y or thern Sierra would be greatly augHented if that territory was added to this Kunty; and if, as is stated, it is a fact ■hat the yearly revenue derivablfe there■„m ; s thirty thousand dollars, it would ■ertainly be a wise and prudent step to Knnex it to this county whenever an opKortunity is afforded for so doing. What ■re want is an i...
COI'RT OF lIMIOII. FEBRUARY TERU. [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 24 February 1860
COI'RT OF lIMIOII. FEBRUARY TERU. Thcrsjjav, Feb. 23. P*opl e vs. J. E. Sinter. Defepda#* ar■AS r d , Kr *° te&lt;i tm 10 to. p °"i to plead. «ople vs. Skelton. Testimony closed. «*«nin adjournc&lt;l /'» 7 o'clock, this f a hour night, the counsel I®' the defense was addressing the jury. *h # k tlle ver&lt;^'ct the jury wets, or 8 61 er tlle y Agreed at all or not, (Jjd earn U P to the time 'of going Jo P'ess g tt AfpiAt.j IRREPRESSIBLE CONFLICT. —On the same day that Governor Wise put one Brown out of the way, Mrs. Brown of Jasper, lowa, produced eighteen pounds of Browns, in the shape of three boys, of six pounds each. It's no use, Governor I the Broitns are bound to win.— Tuolumne Courier. ANTI-CAPITA i. PETITION. —A petition is said to have been in circulation yesterday adverse to the passage of the hill nuw before the Legislature for the levying of a tax for $150,000, to be appropriated to the construction of a State House and public buildings in this ci...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marysville Daily Appeal — 24 February 1860
I&gt; ©. O. F—-Oriental Lodge No. U meet* every Thursday evening. at Odd Fellows' Hall. Third street. Brothers in g&gt;H&gt;d ntiuiding are invited to attand. M. W. BIIUSTER, N. O. C. L. Tnoms, Recording Secretary. *®" The regular meeting nights of Marysville T. of 11. No. 6, arc am the iirst and third Mondavs of each month, at 7 aVlock 1». M. K. BAUOHEU, W. C. T. E. T. LEAVKLL, W. R. I. O. O. F—Marysville Encampment of Patriarchs No. #, I. O. O. F., meets at Odd Fellows' llall, Third street, on the second and fourth Wednesdays of each month. Faithful Patriarchs ever welcome. C. L. THOMAS, C. P. Wm. E. MILLS, Scribe. following letter, which emphatically speaks for itself was written by the Dean of the Faculty of the Philadelphia College of Medicine, to the editors of the Pacific Sfedical and Snrgical Journal, Saa Pnacisco, for publication: „ .. .... PHiiADttrnu, January IT, 1859. Tblhe IMtrtnf the ftlrijlc Medical and Surgical Journal ;—&lt;Seatlcmen:...