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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 6 January 1866
J9o* SALE, A FARM CONTAINING &lt;(*'&lt;« #-L &lt;»»■*« ». * | ACRES OF LAND 8m Im#i Valley, ia i good Market—within Hjjfe ffJjjip Stoekton and Sacramento fMnadC'M* nil* fro* tbe tin* of the 4MmMI Fadfte Railroad, and about twenty AbMM tf Mm an dnnd aad nadj for nkiiMiea. Th* tract ia WILL TIMBERED, ® Mi felpffOVtd with a large, well-flniahed J»,' DWELLING HOUSE, „ 70UXG ORCHARD eooteMbg aboat #0 tnw, ate., tba whole Mag aadar a good aabetantial tenee. , ftve miles of tba above described pwpny la aStaenboat Landing, a large dapood. JtafeO* partloalare enquire at thia of\o imuv CHAS. 8* BARNEY, )af Liberty, Ban Joaquin Co. r ' v' - i»;ia i'i ■■■'' ► ' ;;#ff)BJTION DAJETMEN. ifcftO (»'&gt; i Tii» ..... FOR SALE &amp; kWtrt ONE HUNDRED HEAD OF HOCTS afilria£ 'ibN. Alio aboat TWENTY *Wr •: SADDLE HOBSBS, «|fc»irpla| ftwtlOOHO fathead. SPANISH AND HALFBREED HORSES, ONE SHALL ' 1 Two-Horse Lumber Wagon aad BaanaM aootpleta—both aeeond-handed si* tfJ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 6 January 1866
1779,«0«^) Kaohines sold in two years. 1 °^\ I fISEWING MACHINES,| Rnm-TW a«**r MarluM tb« —it Wirtl— that will m&gt; all M of cUxk «,tk (II kurfi of llnai The alnoet incredible increaae in the aale of the Binger Machine during the past two years ia owing to tbe popularity of the Lbttbe "A" TnAMTEMB Shcttle Family Machine, wbieh waa introduced in 1860, aince which time it baa earned and eatabliabed a reputation for family uaes equal to tbe celebrated manufacturing machinea of tbia firm, which are generally acknowledged even by dealere ia other aewing maahines, to be unequalled for such purposes. I7NO OTHER FamUy Sewing Machine haa auch perfect and improved appliances for Ruffling. Hemming, Binding, Felling, Tucking, Gathering, Guaging, Braiding, Cording, Quilting, etc. QT All peraona requiring information about our Sewing Machinea, their aires, Prices, Working Capacitiea, and the beat method of purehaaing, can obtain it by Bending for a eopy at the SINGER MANUFACTURING CO.'S...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 6 January 1866
$11,000. ELEVEN THOUSAND OF WHEELER &amp; WILSON'S SEWBNC MACHINES Have been told on the Pacific Coast since tbe agency wm established in ban Franr cisco; and tie LARGE and INCREASING sale of thesa MACHINES proves bow fully tbe public are convinced of tbe superiority of WHEELER * WILSON'S ! SEWING | MACHINES Over all Others, t For General .Use. I A LARGE INVOICE OF THESE MA CUeNES WITH LATE IMPROVEMENTS, \ JUST RECEIVED. Call and Examine them, Or Bend for a Circular. J. H. HA YD EN, Agent, Office corner of Montgomery and Sacrmento streets, San Francisco. mh4 FIRST PREMIUM FAMILY SEWING MACHINE. CROVER &amp; BAKER'S ELASTIC STITCH SEWING MACHINE Awarded a Silver Medal by the Mechanics' Institute and Firat Premiums on Work and Machines at the California and Oregon State Fairs for 1865. IT IS THE BEST FAMILY MACHINE, Simplest, Moat Durable, Easily Learned. SEWS PROM THE ORIGINAL BPOOL. THE ONLY MACHINE THAT EMBROIDERS, and ia the only RELIABLE STITCH ON FLANNELS ' Goods...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 6 January 1866
DR. W. D. TRINQUE, H—* ¥ h- 5 OFFICE, PH(ENIX BLOCK, Rain Street, Petalama I) ESPEUTFULLY offers his professional t services to the publie in the practice of; all branchea of his profession. cy Teeth extracted in the easiest and most scientific manner; also, filled snd cleaned in the latest and most approved style. Teeth inserted on healthy roots. —. Teeth sdspted on Gold, Platina, Silver snd Vulcanite Plate, from a single tooth to a whole set. snd all disesses of the Teeth and Gums treated and cured. From longj experience in my profession, and having been connected with some of the first insti-i tutions in the United States, I feel assured of being able to give Perfect Satisfaction to those who may favor me with their patronage, both as regards work and prices. my27-ly L. H. HARDMAN, M. D., OFFERS his Professionsl services to the j citizens of Olema, Bolinas and Punta Reyes. Office and residence at Olema. feb4 HIRAM AUSTIN, COUNTY SURVEYOR, OFFICE ONE DOOR NORTH OF THE, Court House...
County Journal.1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 13 January 1866
County Journal. 1 By JEROME A. BARNEY, for T«m«i Raws of Advertising, etc.,see fourth ps-e. Our Agents: THOMAS BOYCE San Francisco L. P. FISHEK H. T. JONES V ovato E. JACKMAN ;Nicasio 1,. DENOS Rwd Rancho BENJ. WIRE California City •CIIAS. GREY San Quentin SATURDAY : : T : JANUARY 13.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 13 January 1866
Thois going to Panama will be pleased to learn that "the cemetery for foreigners is progressing favorably." Tbb report of the gold and silver mines •f Montana Territory is officially reported to be over eighteen millions of dollars for 1865. —- 4«» A*ono the reccnt deaths in England is that of Lady Augusta Gordon Halliburton, the last survivin* natural daughter of King William IV. by Mrs. Jordan. Ax Irish dragoon ofticcr, on hearing that hie wiiewed mother had married since he quitted Ireland, exclaimed. "Murther ! I hope she won't have a son older than me; if she does, I ahall lose the estate." •• WbsT a fool!" said l'atty Prim, when she heard of the capture of Jeff. Davis, " cf «ourse the men would all run after him if he was dressed as a woman, and he was sure i to be caught. ♦♦♦ EproaTß are being made in Richmond, Virginia, for establishing a line of steamchips between Norfolk and Liverpool. A bill for that purpose is now before the Virginia Legislature. — — At the late term of ...
THE MOSBOE DOCTRINE. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 13 January 1866
THE MOSBOE DOCTRINE. Ex-President Buchanan has written a bool entitled «■ The Administration on the ere o the Rebellion," in which he undertake* t&lt; defmd his administration of the government from the unsparing critic.sm that ha&gt; beer cast upon it. in relation to its dealings with the South, while the rebellion was vet in iti infancy. To those who desire to nee the defence which the ex-President puU upon file, the volume he has given to the public will doubtless prove interesting. Our only purpose in noticing it, is to condense from it« pages the account which Mr. Buchanan gives of the origin, history, and nature of thr Monroe doctrine. It is expected that thi« doctrine will receive new importance fro-n the probable action Congress will take at the present session, in reference to thr French in Mexico and the Spaniards in Chile. In the year 1822, the Government of the United States formally acknowledged the independence of the different Southern republics, which...
nmiRESTDfO BKEVTTTEi [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 13 January 1866
nmiRESTDfO BKEVTTTEi Ag*s«ii is having ■ great time in Bhuul.. In three weeks, he discovered three hundred entirely new specie* of fish in the Taller of the \maiou. A lady asked a gentleman why ao many tall gentlemen were old bachelor*, lie said they were ob'.igrd to l;e cornsrwi-e in bed. to keep their feet in. and a wife would only be in the way. It is gravely announced in a prominent place in a French court journal, that the little I'rinee Imperial will hereafter dine with hi* mother, and not in the nurscrv. A hair-cutting machine has been invented ;n London. They used'o have one in Trance; it took the hair «&gt;ff clean, head and all. A man in Buffalo wai fatally staged the other day, by a third psrty who interfered when he *a« breaking hi* wife'* head with a bottle. Msny a nian break* hi» wilVi heart with a battle w.th immunity. a dentist of Fdinhurg ha* patented an ingenious modification of forceps, which ad- 1 mm artificially cooled »ir through its points' to the gum....
■Pf 6£tnljr fmmtal. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 13 January 1866
■Pf 6£tnljr fmmtal. •japa.jp tAn&amp;xY it. iw. **'f*&gt;»* t 70|@71e. Ifo |Mkn Km hra bm received by Ha». D. Old*, jr., bu oar Mnte vurieue Legislative documents. fim VvMIN iryw nji that the petittoAtAfl Petaluma to the nsck of Maria knlnMnrM to Sacramento. *;H &gt;'? .'»&gt;&gt; ■ ' o ■ O 8. J. Henaley, formerly IWtel of the Steam Navigation CompaIfi&amp;llt W«m Springs, Aluudacounty, tfoinday night laat. Ifca Pacific memorial to Congress to pro* Is«Aa settlers along the line of the Pacific vsAwap ftitad A* Legislsture on Tuesday 'I -|# &gt; » T*U Dutsk flat Enqvirmr complains of In that town of moon-eyed na--IIAf |&lt;hfrs flowmy Kingdom, and in viswj «f Arir pQfiriug propensities reeeommends aft application of Lynch plaster. •it. ViW mimerial praaanted by colored resi4tM«f tlto State, praying the paaaage of a eanetUuttousl amendment, allowing them to «Antra Ik* deethrs franchise, has been reIml fal As Senate to the ...
BEFOKK IV OUB SLBOHOT LAWS. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 13 January 1866
BEFOKK IV OUB SLBOHOT LAWS. A bill i* now pending in Congress, which, if it b»oiw a law, will revolotioniao to a considerable extent, oar election*. It propose* to moke the qualifications of voters, rather than the numerical voting population, the basis of representation. It has been for man 7 years perfectly evident, says ths Sac* ram en to Bte, that some reform in oar elective system waa absolutely niaanary, but the wiaeat heads, after many attempt*, for a long time, failed to hit npon a plan by which the corruptions which have attended oar political affairs might be done away with. Th« bill haa, certainly, (he look of being calculated to aecompliah the object. Should it prevail, some of the more crowded aections of tbeUaion, particularly the large aea porta, would poaaibly find their repreaentation wofully diminished, as, for example, New York, where, should one of the qualifications be reading and writing the English language correctly, great numbers would find themselves cat of...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 13 January 1866
llaxoixo.—There is a great deal of surprise and complaint that auch offen dera aa Wirt and Ferguson are hung, while the great chirfa of the rebellion, who uaed auch men aa toola, are pardoned or not puraued. •• The queation," says one journal, •• really becomes a aerioua one—are all the traitora par excellenci to bo pardoned, whita thoac cheap acoundrcla are sternly executed ?" But it ahould be romembcred that every peraon who haa been executed haa suffered for a crime which ia not political. If Dr. Lieber, in hia investigation of the rebel archives, had found any proof of Davia'a direct complicity with the torturea of Andcraonville, for inatanoe, Davis would havo been tried by a military commission and if convicted, would have been promptly executed. Of his moral guilt, of course, there ia no question. That Jeflerson Davia knew, as Howell Cobb knew, that Union prisoners , were atarved and frosen at Anderaonville 1 and Belle lale, there can be no doubt. But t the law will not hang a...
THE BOUIDABY QUC3TIOI. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 13 January 1866
THE BOUIDABY QUC3TIOI. A largt namber of oar citizens feel indignant that certain county officials should take upon themselves ths responsibility of endeavoring to persuade the people in this remote location from the hub (Pctaluma) of th« new county as proponed to be formed by adding to Marin the largest and most wealthy portion of Sonoma county, that their interests will be subserved thereby— their taxes reduced one-hslf, and that the difference of attending to businesf at the county-seat, between San Rafael and Petalums, will be a mere trifle. In the opposite strain of argument, the annexationists, sent out to humbug the Sonoma people, say: "Pctaluma must have the railroad built,! and Sonoma county must of course take about $500,000 of the stock; now, if we can enclose the rich and fertile county of Marin within our borders, it will materially help us to pay ths interest on that sum. which will be only $.50,000 direct tax per annum, in addition to our regular annual expenses." Suc...
The Reason Why. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 13 January 1866
The Reason Why. A correspondent of the Santa Itoia Dem-' ocrat gives the followiug truthful reasons why the people of l'etaluma desire to be annexed to Marin,which we cannot refrain from laying before our readers, who doubtless will see where the laugh comes in, and will admire the mngunmitnity and disinterestedness of the annexationists : We the citizens ofFetnluma fnvor the division of Sonoma county, for two ren«on«; one reason is that we may have n county seat here, which we can secure in spire of any opposition the present voters of Marin can make, if we can get rid of nil that part of the county north of Santa liosi creek. The next reason is we are opposeJ to the construction of the Pctaluinn and Hcaldsburg Railroad. What u*e c»n that road be to us ? The only possible use it could be to us, would be to faciliate an occahional trip to Santa Kosa, which we will never have an occasion to make, when we have thej county seat here. The mrre fact that it will largely benefit the farme...
Letter from "Shadows." [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 13 January 1866
Letter from "Shadows." Tnvr chap who uid there was nothing new under the sun, had certainly at the time of going to press not visited Petalntna. — We're completely routed old system, old 'things, and even old time himself. We're going ahead with a mighty whiz, andthere'e no use trying to stop us. We're twenty-ono temples consecrated to Bacchu*, and seven to the meek and lowly. We're struck a ' . * Festiral lead, incorporated »nd issued stock. From one week's run at the new mill we re-! i ! ahzed handsomely. The old mill, located j on one of the srvurs of the lead, cleaned up on Christmas Kve with very flattering results. The Africans hare their mill in good : running order now, having just completed their machinery. The president of the company informed me that they realized sufficient from nil hour's crushing to pay off all the indebtedness of the concern. I have ta-j ken stock in each of the companies, and if I can only keep up the assessments I think I am well fixed. There is onl...
EASTERN NEWS ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 13 January 1866
EASTERN NEWS ITEMS. Ketchum, the forger, has been sent to Sing Ship. I Rumors state that Senator Dixon, of Connecticut, will take the place of Secretary Welles in the Navy Department. The pirate Semmes will he immediately put upon trial. He will doubtless be convicted and pardoned. Of all the tribes of Indians which aided with the rebels, the Cherokecs arc the only ones which have not been reconstructed. There are indications in the Senate thnt considerable opposition will be made to the admission of Colorado, on account of the anti-negro suffrage clause in her constitu-' tion. The re-organizntion of tho director* of the , Pacific Railroad Company has been effected. : The control and management of this great j interest has passed into the hands pf the j representative* of capitalists in New England, who will prepare for a vigorous pros- | ecution of the work. , A* Imfobtast Decision.—The Supreme ' Court of the State of Nevada has decided the Specific Contract Act of thst State null ...
MARRIED. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 13 January 1866
MARRIED. In San Francisco, Jan. 2, kj Srr. FaArr Looten*, Wm. 1.. Bawaid, of this placet to Mr*. Mart E. Dosmuy, of Sao Franeiico We acknowledge tho receipt of the cord matrimonial with the osnal appendage* op* propriate for printers, ill of which waa referred to a committee of the whole with instruction* to report forthwith. The coas&gt; mitte dropped stick and rule, and after w*f • ging their jaws mysteriously for o few me« ments, reported—" good !**
Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 13 January 1866
Commercial. [Compiled from the Alt*.] SAX FRANCISCO TRADE REPORT. Flour—l« in fair request, both for local consumption and shipment to the interior. Prices remain unchanged, and are quotable oh follows : Extra, $6 75; superfine, $5 26 $&lt;5 50. Wue.vt—At *2 05. I Barley—ln light request. Quoted nominally a: .sl,lo(''&lt; 1.124 W 100 lbs. Oats—Sales made at $1,5551,65. Potatoes —80587 c., as per quality. DAIRY PRODUCE—Both Butter and Lard ruled same a« la*t noted. Egga her* advanced fully 124 c dor. We quote— Butteh—Choice to prime dairy roll i» quotable at 55560 c Ip* lt&gt;. Lard—ln 10-lh tins at 224 c ib. Cheese—Clear Lake at 25c.; other darie* at 2352 5c |p» Ib. | Egos—At 50552 c |f' doa. POULTRY—Market has ruled steady in priccs. Chicken* —liens at $10, and Chickens §759 doz. Ducks —At §10 fp* dor.. Obese—At ft 4p* P n ' r * I Turkey* —At 23525 c Jp* tt&gt;, as per qual~ itv. FRESH MEATS-Becf, ssBc.; Veal, ! 12c.; Hogs 12$ 13c. Ib. SAN RAFAEL MAR...
Arrivals at the Iflrttln Ifotel. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 13 January 1866
Arrivals at the Iflrttln Ifotel. I I Jnn. 5 —T. It Ilnrdmnn, W Hacker. N R (Lamb, Sheppard, M Logan, Wm J Miller. j Jan. G, — T Oresdoll, T W Freelon. E Jack-* man. M Sclinrp, A Cleveland, N Rochford* i Jnn. 7.— Til Murphy, A Leonard, Thoa Austin, G NV Duvis. Jan. B.—W A Mattr&gt;x, G A Mattox, S II Throckmorton. J 1) Dixon. Jan. o.—(' \V Howard, Jm Dixon, Mra Mornn. Jan. 10.—(» X Randall. LLemoine. Jan. 11.—A Armstrong, C Wilson. Jm Dixon. 1" BTustin, John MeGinni*, James Murray. \V* would call the attention of oar read'' er» to the lirover S; lUker Sewing Machines/ Their reputation is too well established for us to attempt a word in their favor, bw&lt; would advice nny persons wanting ir reliabVr Family Sewing Machine, to investigate tVf merits of these before buying. "A word to' the wise is sufficient. Jo2l-rjr —Nervous Debility can be radically cured by AVatts' Nervous Antidote. For sale by Ilyman. •