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FBOM OUR EASTERI EXCHANGES. ' [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 6 January 1866

FROM OUR EASTERN EXCHANGES. The Xew York Pott tumi up Lord Palmerston'a character in n new form : •• No labor bas been too arauous, no trick too mean, no grimaces too clownish, no lie too bold, for him to adopt, when his measures i war* to bo maintained." | It is understood that the National AdIministration doe* not propose to make any effort for the political redemption of Dela--1 ware. It is necessary that the Democratic party should hsre some abiding place, and it is proposed to put that State under the charge of the •' Bureau of Refugee*," colonize the "unterrified" there, and make a Democratic burying-ground out of that pocket edition of a commonwealth. I Some of the State Banks converted into National Banks have been giving Government trouble. They »tdl continue to circulate their note* as State banks, as well as the National notes. In one instance, a State bank, with a capital of $.500,000, had in circulation $900,000 of it * old paper, and at, the same time $400,000 of Natio...

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EABTEE3 Nirsra ITEM 3. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 6 January 1866

EABTEE3 Nirsra ITEM 3. The citizens of (ieorgL-town voted against negro aoffrajJS tn the Disirict of Columbia, only or 1" to'..' being cast in favor of it out of a totnl <:f 1.7U0 polled. It is rumored th»t an understanding hns been arrived at between the Government of 'this country and that of France, not to interfere in M -xico or allow interference by Ithe citifens of tho United States, on condition of the withdrawal of the French troop*, thus leaving Maximilian to tight it out sin-'gle-handed with an almost certainty of defeat. The rumor is not authenticated, and no great amount of stock has been taken in it. The arrival in Mexico of soldiers from; France continues, twelve hundred having been land-d at Vera Cruz on the 6th of December, and three hundred more on the 11th, all of whom have been sent to the field. French canuon and other war munitions and supplies were daily arriving, and the defences of the city are being greatly strengthened and reinforced rvith the he...

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INTERESTING BREVITIE3. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 6 January 1866

INTERESTING BREVITIE3. A preliminary movement has been made in New York for calling a National Conven- | tion in relation to the mineral interests of the United State-. The convention will probably be held some time in the spring, in j the city of New York. At an auction sale of two estates in Staun|ton, in the valley of the .Shenandoah, a short, ■time ago,the whitepopulition were horrified .to find that the highlit bidder wn* a colored man, who thus entered into the ranks of the landed aristocracy of Virginia. The amount of conscience money received! Iby the Secretary of the Treasury for the vearj lending July 1, 18'io, is $20,870. About one jhalf of the fund was forwarded by Catholic' j clergymen, to whom the money was paid inl I the confessional. * James Linen, a writer of verses'in Sin i IFrancisco, ha« been treated with "dutin-j gushed consideration" by the poets of New | York. They gave him a gland dinner at the j Astor House, at which the venerable NVm.i I Cullen Bryant presi...

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MARRIED. I A* Al I. .. It >■* . [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 6 January 1866

MARRIED. I A* Al I. .. It >■* . i At Olemft, by Rer. Wm. Gordon, Wm., w. Garrison, of Marin, to Mary Jane Mattox, of Alameda. 1 At Bolinas, Jan. Ist, by Justice J. Almv, Mr. Job* M. Bur* to Mm Sarah As".v) Thbrksia Tati.or, both of Bolina*.

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BORN. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 6 January 1866

BORN. At San Rafcel, Jan. 2» to Mr. ami Mr». f. K. Austin a ton. We would call the attention of out «tder« to the drover & Baker Sewing Maehine*. Their reputation Ls too well established for us to attempt a word in their favor, but would advise any persons wanting a reliable Family Sewing Machine, to investigate the menu of these before buying. "A word to the wise is sufficient. [021-ly —Nervous Debility can be radically cured by Watts' Nervous Antidote. For sale by ! Hyman. • "

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Arrivals at the Harin Hotel. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 6 January 1866

Arrivals at the Harin Hotel. I»cc. 2'J. E M Noble. I)te. 30. J W Olds Thomas Hatchings, John Demartin. Jns Smith, Ed Kden. Dec. 31. Jas Dixon. Jan. 1. J H Wya't, G S Parson*. II B Dailev. Jas Smith, John Dixon, J W Upton, jO A Mattox. Jan. 2. 11l Andrews, C Medberry, Helie Penango, J Dixon. | Jan. 3, HK Martin, C C Small, J Dixon, G T Mattox. Jan. 4. A F Graham, N Rochford, Alex 'Gordon, 11 Logan, C C Small, Geo W Allen, I II Andrews.

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Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 6 January 1866

Commercial. [Compiled fruin the .ttta.] The markets nave been very quiet during the week. In Wheat the transactions hare not been large, but the price is higher— £1,|90(*2,0J. The quotations of Flour remain i the same. Oats are very tirm. Potatoes, iu large supplies, are lower. Fi.om—Extra, ?G 7-5 ; superfine, $0 2S(u> 6 60. Wheat —At $l,9o(«.?2 0.5. Baki.ky—Choice feed, £1,05(« $1,10; dis--1 tilling, !?l 12. I Oats—Sales made at .§1,55(«1,70. ' Potatoes— as per quality. DAIRY PRODUCE—Both Butter and jEags have declined in prices. Bern: a—Choice to prime dairy roll ia quotable at 66(» Boc ff- J fb. ' Laud—ln 10-lb tins at 224 c lb. j Cheese — Clear I„ike at 20c.; other dariea ! at 2Z(h Joe ff th. F.iios—At 38('<?40o doz. ( l'OL'LTUY—Market has ruled steady in prices. I Chickens—Hens at §8, and Chickens at |$7 {J-* doz. Dick $10 \y doz. Geese—At ff'i 50 pair. TritKEY*—At 2-' i(" 1 25 c y Ih, as per quality. FRESII M HA I'S—Beef. 4(«8c.; A cal, 8(n) 1 12 c.; llog...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 6 January 1866

WILTED VT this office a boy about sixteen rears old, to learn tlie Printing business. SAN RAFAEL & PETALUMA STAGES ! I" EAVIi Sun TlnfiioJ fur Pet- rp Jjs |j nlumn on Wedr"»sda v. Fri• -■ I day and Sundav at o'clock a. m.; returi.I ing will leave Petaluma at noon on l'uesday, | Thursday iind Siturrlav. jiriG \VM. MEYUItS, Proprietor. jOLEKA AND SAN EATAEL STAGES I F KAVK Sin Rafael for <>le- _ , ij inn on Wednesday* and P Situr l.'iy" ut S o'clock A. j'e'urriing !»aveJJ ()lem.» for San lUtae! on i Mondays A"d Thiimiavs «u 1 o'clock r. M. NELSON & iIEXDERSUX, janO Proprietor B . jtf»Xr| » E WARD.- STOLEN fiom camp on Blaek Rsncho, To- ] males l!iv. October 19th 150.5. a I>OUBLE--14 AIIUKLLI) SHOT GIN" No. 11 guage, ! marked Moore & Harris, No. 2, Long Acre, | London, between the barrels on the top ; on left-hind larrel about one inch from the muzzl" '■< a sort of punch maik most through the barrel; on rig...

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TOWN AND COUNTY INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 6 January 1866

TOWN AND COUNTY INTELLIGENCE. gkirin (Comity journal. SAN RAFAEL :sJ AX U All'Y e~fss6. The Probate Court will be in »es»ioa today. There are now three public gue»ts in the County Jail —one for horse-stealing. and the others, we believe, for stealing or killing a cow. We havs liad beautiful moonhsht evening* for a week past, affording ample opportunity for delightful promenading. IxsriiASCE Agent.—Thos. H. Hanson. Esq-, has received the agency of the TacJlc Insurance Company for this place. Pintnz Sr.Rvicts.—On to-morrow (Sunday) Kev. Mr. Lee will preach, at 11 a. m., and at 64 r. m., at the School House. On Sunday, the 14th inst., at 2 v. m., Rev. W. Gordon will prcach. Rblioiovs. —On Sunday last, there were two religious meetings in the School House. In the afternoon, llev. W. Gordon held divine services; and at night, Kev. Dr. Scudder, of San Francisco, preachcd an eloquent and effective sermon. RrsTiCATING. — Our village has been honored of late with the presence of a number of ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 6 January 1866

■ I I COUNTY WARRANTS. jrpIIK FOLLOWING COUNTY WAU- | J_ rants are now due and will be paid upon [presentation: Nog. |412 l 3039 4071 4127 4113 3062 J 4134 4144 4 153 4!rtO 4163 2078 11 141 4142 41 40 4139 4168 41 >0 | 1141) 4187 4203 4171 *213 4215 14331 42 :;8 4239 4236 4235 4210 4220 4230 4240 4166 4264 4207j 4281 4282 4283 4200 42T0 4300; 1292 4271 428'J 4200 420 9 4IT 0 1 I 1115 4287 4302 4303 4307 431 1 4330 4327 4329 4369 4330 2886j 1230 4139 4328 4134 4»*JU 4331! 1218 4316 42M 4309 4!2t 4125 1351 4310 4352 4370 4374 4007 1381 4'!S4 4375 4 "SI 1"92 4393, JlO7 4011 -U76 4214 4345 4 1 I'i 1451 4458 4t*7 44 >i 4268 4190 > 109 4188 4185 4474 41 14 4446 1116 4117 41 18 4419 4475 4476 >185 4182 44G5 JAS. I). bullis, dlo-30d County Treasurer. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. I In the matter of the Es'at* of Samiei. L. Knight, deceased. 1 \r()TICK IS HEREBY GIVEN BY THE i und<rsiuned, Administrate, ofthenhof I named Estate, to tho credito...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 6 January 1866

* ATTE.> T I O : reliable seeds. 0 CDVVAKD E. HOOBE, e > 42j WASHINGTON STREET, [ SAN FRANCISCO. 1/nIIE VNDEBSRiNED, A PRACTICAL 1 X Agrfcafturist, ia M« prepared to supply 1 the »*nUof Merchants, lUnchmtn and all others, by wbokeale ar mail. of auch mdl ' as w;ll not disappoint those who um them. ' as oar seeds after u»mf the utmost M* in > the:! selection m grttmg them true to their , kind. W> hsire Miitibie grounds prepared :o tr*t the diftvrent tuirltrt, mi a* to imure 1 their entire reliability. The assortment cow-, msu of All kinds of Vegetable Seeds, All kinds of Flower Seed*, All kinks of (irasa and Ilcd aud White < Clover Seed#, j' Also Alfalfa and I.uccrne. Evergreen Seeds, natives of California ' and adjacent States. jj jAll kinds of Trees and Shrubs, All kinds of Flowers in their Season,' j < . All kinds of liulbs in their Season, 1 ' Strawberry and llaspbcrjr Plants ' The sub«crih«r deetr.s it superfluous...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 6 January 1866

HOLIDAT PREBINTB I 1K « A;.-S ,* jr a WATffIW, N GOLD ANDHILTEB Am on can, XaflUh, and Swiss WATCNKI, Juat Rectiffd On Commission, With instructions to tell Hegardleas of Cost. These Watchea belnf •oaaigwed to with ordera to aell at onoe, I will dlspoat of them at HALF TIIK L'SUaL BAN FRANCISCO PRICES. Tbu is aa opportuaity t® obtain a GOOD WATCH AT FAR LBBS THAN ITS VALCT., never befora offcrad in tbia city. Every Watch it fully guar an ted. Sent ,a any part of tha State, and the Pacific Coast, by espreaa, with bill far collection on delivery. Watchea repaired at New York priaea. C. B. COLLINS, 602 Montgomery Street, San Francisoo, Exclusive Agent for tba Ameilcan Watch Factory. [all-2as-l CALIFORNIA VIKWO —ro» rut— STEREOSCOPE AND ALBUM OvER 1,000 different Photographic views ALL NEW and full of Internet, illustrating the different processes of mining In Gold, Silver, Copper, Quicksilver, fto. The beautiful scenery of Tbe Yoaemite Valley, The Mammoth Treea of Calavaraa Co., Mouata...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 6 January 1866

arooot*. nTUWr (iHOOEUTEgv - * BOdTflAKDBH<ie<M 1 HATS^bai TOBACCO, i »* i• • UIOARS< u »?<<*# ■' FBI'IT (U» HMM), I'£HFUMSWL w PAtENt VA.XKKU XOTldJm, *" >•4 hi ten all *r tie tea imHy Mni jjsW 1 wril coaairy atora. JmmL TM bnt btu4i ti fLOtJX Ml I taUMIM to V£WII rfEWait JfEWatll HAHN, BLOCK « C*T* BfiO iNtt to Intern the iMintliijf 4k place and vicinity UK tWy Ml 1 !! eriTid l Mf* Mi I—plrfo MMMMNM DRY COOD», co*pri«ing a full rnortawl 01 BnM ttl hnmM 6iw*tiaf% MM jfcmiM, lilanketa, and all other nithiaß Good a, aad a* —dim nriUfrfU* diee' I)r»»a Uaed* 1* O ok>thi^»iUMi>MMigyi^,iyy »~l«lb.,o.r,u««,toffar* * ' BOOT* a IHMI II of tha beet maker* know* hi ImMFH and Pblladriphia\ / Ny OH Cloth* Fipir Sftaftagfc;»« •nd HMflM«a( qaaatlty at MkNlMtlk uki of a »nHa»d nwplm «mfrl t » i.< h(l A foil MMrtmuT f| , M , PATENT IfEDICnfISS^ OROCERtKS, TOBACCO, *$£ OrUaalUlea of gooda «mr ■ImjlH to...

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The Law of Nettspapsrs. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 6 January 1866

The Law of Nettspapsrs. 1. Subscribers who do not give expies* notice to the contrary, are considered m wishing to continue their subscription. 2. If subscribers order their papers discoft- : tinued without paying up, publishera may continue them until all arrears are paid. 3. If subscribers neglect or refuse to take their papers from the office or placc to which they are sent, they am responsible until they settle their bills and give notice to discontinue them. 4. If subscribers move to other place* without informing the publisher, and the paper is sent to the former direction, they ar* held responsible. 5. The courts have decided that refuting to take a paper or periodical from the office, or removing and leaving it uncalled for, is prima facie evidence of intentional fraud.

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United States Official Directory. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 6 January 1866

United States Official Directory. President Andbew Jobxsox Vice President Secretary of State Wm. H. Seward Secretary of the Treasury.Hugh McCullach Secretary of lF<ir Edwin M. Stanton Secretary of the Sary Gideon Wei In Secretary o/ the Interior James Harlan Postmaster General. William Denniaon Attorney General Jamea Speed State Official Directory. Governor. F. F. Low Lieutenant-Governor T. N. Machin Secretary of State B. B. Redding Controller George (Jultor* Treasurer .Komualdo Fachect Attorney-General J. O. McCullough | Surreyor-General J. F. Houihton Sup't Public Instruction John Swell State Printer O. M. Claye*

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Meeting of the Court*. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 6 January 1866

Meeting of the Court*. District Court, (7th Judicial District.) J. B. Southard, Judge.— lat Monday in March, July and November. County Court and Probate Court. Ge«„ Steele, Judge.—lst Monday in February, April, June, August, Octcber, December. Board of Supervisors.—lst Monday in February, May, August and November.

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County Official Directory* [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 6 January 1866

County Official Directory* ! District Judge J. B. Southard I County Judge .Geo, Steele i District Attorney Bradley Hal) i Sheriff. John Gannoa. Under Sheriff P. K. Austin, County Clerk Dankl T. Taylor Deputy County Clerk John Reynold* Treasurer - J. D. Bulli* Surveyor Hiram Austin Assessor Daniel Bmith Superintendent of Schools....]. W. Zuver Public Administrator... .Geo. W. Freeman Board of Super*isors... .L. K. Baldwin, G, W. Burbank. Chas. S. Fairfax* Justices of the Peace: San Rafael—Wm. S. Hughes, E. Mahon. Novato—J. G. Haven, R. W. Osgood. San Antonio—W. F. Ramsey, N. Nuckolds. Tomales—G. Spaulding. Nicasio—Aaron Schroyer. Punta Reyes—C. Parsons, J. T. Stock*?. Bolinas—D. Wheeler, J. Almy. Saucelito—D. Clingan, M. Tiemcy. Constables : Ran Rafael—O. C. Hawkins. Novato—H. T. Jones. San Antonio—J. Bradley. Tomales—W. Vanderbilt, W. Johnsoff. Nicasio—P. Irving, S. S. Nowlin, Punta Reyes—Frank Miller. Bolinas—C. Lauff, G. Hathaway. Bancelito—P. DoUn, J. Bickerataff Road Masters: Sa...

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