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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 13 January 1866
PRODUCE! PRODUCE!I * LL KINDS OF PRODUCE BOUGHT lil. Sin Francisco rates—less 5 per cent, (or commission. fjsn 13] M. HYMAN. HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE. rnllE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR JL situated in the town of Bolinas, the property known is "Cluyer's Store." This .property, consisting of a HOUSE A\l&gt; LOT, lljjft is centrally located, and well place of business. The house contains a ,lurge store room in front and four rooms in the roar. Convenient outhouses are attached to the j"renii»ps. Title perfect. Apply to HENRY CLUVER, 1 d3O 3cn Bolinas. It E W A It STOLEN * rom camp on lilack Rancho. Tomales l&gt;sv. October 19th 1865, a DOUBLEBARRELED SHOT GUN No. U gusge. marked Moore &amp; Harris, No. 2, Long Acre, London, between tht barrels on the top ; o» jleft-hand barrel about one inch from tb« muzale is a sort of punch mark most tbroogh the barrel ; on right-hand barrel betw*#n breech and lock-plat? is a e*t in the barrel, as if done with a chisel; on inside of ...
torn AID OODKTT HTELLIOBHCE. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 13 January 1866
torn AID OODKTT HTELLIOBHCE. Hjtariii County journal. SAN RAFAfct : : JANTARY 13 1556. Drtiiii Sbbvick.—Rcr. Dr. Scudder will preach at the PuhlTe School Houw, weather permitting, to-morrow evening at early can-dle-light. Episcopal Service. —Rev. Mr. Lee wil 1 ' bold divine service in the Public School, Boom, at this place, on Sunday, the 21st instant. A bill has been introduced in the Legit-j lature, providing a chaplain for the State Prison. Ri-opb*ei&gt;.—The Public School at this place re-opened on Mondsy last, under the management of Miss Julia I*. Hrigham. Wb refer our readers to the advertisement of Henry Cluver, who offers for sale a house •ad lot in the town of Bolinaa. Snow. —The summit of Tamalpais was covered with snow for a few days during the beginning of the present week. Scsr kndki&gt;.— Work on the oil well at the Joyce farm, Bolinas, has been suspended eince the wintry weather set in. Operations will be resumed in the spring. Tub stockholders of the...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 13 January 1866
COUNTY WARRANTS. Thk following county war-' rants are n«w due and will be paid upon | [presentation: No*. 1121 3039 4071 4127 4113 3012! 1134 1144 41.53 4163 416.1 2\)7H 4141 41 t-2 4140 4139 4168 41601 1149 4157 4203 4171 4213 4216 &gt;331 4238 4239 423G 4236 4219 4220 4230 4240 4166 4264 4267 4281 4282 4283 4200 42;0 4300 4292 4274 4289 4290 4299 4169 1116 4287 4302 43r&lt;3 4307 4314 &gt;336 4327 4329 43G9 4330 2886' &gt;230 4339 4328 4334 4333 4331| &gt;248 4316 4264 4309 4324 4325 &gt;361 4310 4352 4370 4374 4007! &gt;383 438 4 4376 4381 4392 4393 1407 4011 4376 4214 4345 4443 &gt;464 4 468 4 &gt;57 4465 42Q8 4196 &gt;109 418S 4186 4474 4 4 4 4 4145 4446 4447 4418 4449 4175 4476 14 485 4&gt;82 4465 J AS. D. BULLIS, dl6-30d County Treasurer. QtnnJlOtfS.-HTATfc OF CALfFOfU O nia. In the Justiee'a Court, Holinas j l'own«hip, in and for the County of Marin, j The People of the State of Californi...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 13 January 1866
iTftNtum » BSLIA&amp;LS 81SDS. EDWARD E. MOORE, - 424 WASHINGTON STRKET, BAN FRANCISCO. r rp!?K UNDERSTOOD. A PRACTICAL ■ X Agriculturist, 11 no» nrfjuml to supply f the »uu at MrnHuk. RutkMt did all t others, by wholesale or retail, of such seeds u will not diartpftoiat tbo»« who use the«s. ' ss our seed* after u»m&lt; the utmost car# in ( thesr selection in frettihg them true to ; kind. We here *uit«hle grounds prepared I to te&lt;t the different vail»ties, »o a* to insurt their entire reliability. The assortment consul I of ' All kind* of Vegetable Seeds, All kinds of flower Seed*, All kinks of flra*s and lied and White Clover Seeda, Also Alfalfa and Lucerne. Evergreen Seed*, native# of California and adjacent Stater. | All kinds of Trees nnd Shrubs, All kinds of Flower# In Iheir Reason, All kinds of Bulbs in their Reason, Strawberry and Rnupbery Plants The »u'.&gt;*crib«T deem* it superfluous to nsme every article for **ie, bu; merely re. marks, t...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 13 January 1866
1 HOLIDAY MplF WATCHEA. GOLD Attn SILVKd - American, BnjlUh, and Bwtoa WATCHII, I % • Just Received \ On Commlaaion, l i With instmctioaa to aell Regard! tea of Coit. i i Theae Watches being annaicned to ma, . with orders to aell at onae. I will dispose sf them at HALF THE VSt? AL BA!f FRA!*. CISCO PRICKS. This ia an opportunity to obtain a GOOD WATCH AT PAR LESS THAN Irs VALUE, never before offered in this city. Rvery Watch ia felly guaraated. Sent to any part of the State, and the Pkcidc roast, by eaprtas, with bill far eol'j lection Oh defivvty. Watahaa repaired at New Vork prices. C. E. COLLINS, «0t Montgomery Stmt Saa Fraaeieeo, Exclusive Agent feV tbe Ame r lean Watch Factory. [all-lm-l CALIFORNIA VIIWI —roa ma— STEREOdCOPE AND ALBUM OvER 1,0«0 different Photographic viewa ALL NEW and fall of interest, illustrating "the different processes of mining In Oald, SUvar, Copper, Quicksilver, Ac. The beats* tiful scenery of The Yoaemite Valley, The Mammoth Trees of Calaveras Co., Mou...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 13 January 1866
I aii mm MMhttortai^|MiiftguiM«» |**52!3L. iOal OIIOCKtIIKS, v * 4 BooTOAgpgaoMfjas riivrmim. IM&gt; * t;v guiiiflaiiil tobacco, *33 CIGARS, ■'■ :W *&lt;"»«#• mtrrr (k mmmy PKKTOtttr, •'*«» PATKNT JOHMR* JJHW YANKKB MOTOUn.. &gt; t«d i« fcot nil hMi wwße taaai r w«4&lt; nrytikwl cuMrtiy WW*. 1 aV Tko km ton*in of FLOtJB «MgM^ , on h«n4. i~~m » ?Fvsf« •vrwsi Nfiwsu iiawttii iiaiiii, lUCE »t#sT£ ByJry^gt.tstiWg w« rv4 • ff»« MMI MMflffl IMRiUi on* ooooa, v&gt; roaprWnf o Ml nMrtMM «f Imk pi 8k#*lo««, DOMm* Oi«il|S '■'^ h r».*!n.* B l iM7- &gt; ' i&gt; '-*T*^ 41m' brtM Oook Clothing* M—Vnli m ltd iUf««c m 4 «M» Mil iMiTChi ii *** a BOOTS H SHOE#* JL of Aw t»M Mkm Imn li iMMrH m 4 rtiMofelpM*. ir OU Clothe, P»p«r Bteg^oCtJ •nd i;nß(iMt quatiiy ot Mfcat nfdtf# *ako «f a fell Mtft MflifftM Mmß* 1 '&lt; &lt;H4A A Mil ■nmiKUt 1 WLTENT MEBiODW *« 4 AIM* *O*MM«I t GROCERIES, TOBACCO, of |M4aiw«lMpaki tod. Cocitci ■nhn la ...
The Law of Newspapers. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 13 January 1866
The Law of Newspapers. 1. Subscribers who do not give express notice to the contrary, are considered ae wishing to continue their subscription. 2. If subscribers order their papers discontinued without paying up, publiahm nay continue them until all arrears are paid. 3. If subscribers neglect or refuse to take their papers from the office or place to which they are sent, they are responsible natH they settle their bills and give notice to discontinue them. 4. If cribers more to other plaeee without .. forming the publisher, and (he paper is sent to the former direction, thej etg held responsible. 6. The courts hare derided that refusing to take a paper or periodical from the oflee, or removing and leaving it uncalled for, ta \ prima facie evidence of intentional fmd.
Meeting of the Courts. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 13 January 1866
Meeting of the Courts. j District Court, (7th Judicial District.) 3. B. Southard, Judge.— Ist Mondayin March, July and November. County Court and Probatt Court. Gt*. Steele, Judge.—lst Monday in February, 'April. June, August, October, December. Board of Supervisor*.—lst Monday in February. May, August and November.
! County Official Directory* [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 13 January 1866
! County Official Directory* ! District Judqe J. B. Southard ' County Judge .Geo, Steclo ; District Attorney Bradley Hall ! Sheriff. John Gannon ; Under Sheriff P. K. Austin, I County Clerk Daniel T. Taylor | Deputy Comfy Clerk John Reynold* \Trcasuier - J. D. Bullifr | Surveyor Hiram Auatin Assessor Daniel Smith Superintendent of Schools..,.]. W. Zuver Public Administrator... .Geo. W. Freeman Board of' Supervisor s... .1.. K. Baldwin, G. W. Burbank, Chas. S. FairfaxJustices of the Peace: San Rafael—T. Mahon, J as. M. Wait#. Novato—J. G. Haven. R. W. Osgood. San Antonio—\\\ F. Ramsey, N. Nucleoids. Tomales—Thos. J. Abies. Nicasio—Aaron Schroyer. Punta Reyes—C. Parsons, J. T. Stock*?. Bolinas—Dt Wheeler, J. Almy. Saucelito—D. Clingan, M. Tierney. Constables : San Rafael—O. C. Hawkins. Novato—H. T. Jonea, San Antonii.—J. Bradley. Tomales—W. Vanderbilt, \V. Jobnaon. Nieasio—P. Irving, S. S. Nowlin. Punta Reyes—Frank Miller. Bolinas—C. Lauff, G. Hathaway. Saucelito —P. Dolan, J. Bickers...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 13 January 1866
flflfrflft**/ iMAHitOONTAININ^ %it* ni*.i t &lt;».» i N acres of land J* SSHBforszs: oPM£&lt;fcfWfeoni lb. line of tba Central Paelrio BaUroad, and About ■flu ftw&gt; SlMklM* S*«j ' , and ready fox WILL TfUmCRf D, fi Mfcdl #Hh ft lAT|f ( Well-finiahed WThheumo house, cktttrja W*ll of good water, a aeortaiatng about 50 trm, etc., the wholi Wif nnder a food aubstantial tenee. HMMH iA/albi M*• afoW deeertbed ***'*"" S. BARNEY, ': . jot , € Baa Joaquin Co. fcuwwwg V '■ •" " ■,'• :■•&gt;' :dbadtircros daistmen. afeooO pRiCi/Hr# ALE e* AflT rOr JIBOUT ONE HUNDRED * MMwwam £K *•+ Al#o about TWENJTf SfcjSMK** HoE ** 8 ' ftSfcOTlftt $60 per bead. AIM TOOft * •PAWI&gt;H AND HALFbuiD apsm ONE MULL 1 *wo-flW¥» Lumber Wagon BieiKWi Moond-btnded MlMlMwltilMif. Alao a »6eNWHaw »&gt;»*j lie n. i m.&gt;*tn&amp;ot ';6JT flUk Pftßt, Jd ;»*it*tn cn&gt; '*i I itr '•*. &gt;» Apply to d£sv'fin-:*, mum. ■«r-" Jj, ' irni Nicaaio...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 13 January 1866
Machines sold in two years. | fSEWING MACHINES,| . \ 1 13 &amp; *JJ Xtm-TM luw Nuha* »b« flair Itckix that , will MW *n limit of cloth with *11 kind* of IkrwA. The almost Incredible increase in the sale of the Singer Machine during the past two , years is owing to the popularity of the Lettrr "A" Tranverse Shuttle Family Ma- ' chine, which was introduced in 1860, since which time it hss earned and established a reputation for family uses equal to the celebrated manufacturing machines of this firm, 1 which are generally acknowledged even bj dealers in other sewing machines, to be unequalled for such purposes. , GP*NO OTHER Family Sewing Msohine ' has such perfect and improved appliances for Ruffling. Hemming, Binding, Felling, I Tucking, Gathering, Guaging, Braiding, Cording, Quilting, etc. rf All persons requiring information about our Sewing Mschines, their sixes, Pri- , ees, Working Capscities, and the best method of purchasing, can obtsia It by sending for a eopy of the S...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 13 January 1866
$11,000. jy EARLY BLEVEN THOUSAND OF WHEELER fc WILSON'S •EWINC MACHINES Hava been aold on the Pacifie Coast sinee the agency was esUblished in ban Frani ciaco; and tLe LARGE and ! INCREASING aale of these IACHH£S ' proves bow fully the public are convinced of the superiority of t ' WHEELER * WILSONS SEWING ; MACHINES Over all Others, / : For General .Use. i .4 LARGE INVOICE OF THESE MACHeNES I WITH LATE IMPROVEMENTS, JUST RECEIVED. Call and Examine them, Or Send for a Circular. J. H. HA YD UN, Agent, Office corner of Montgomery and Sacrmento streets, San Franciaco. mh4 FIRST PREMIUM FAMILY SEWING MACHINE. CROVER &amp; BAKER'S BLABTIC STITCH SEWING MACHINE Awarded a Silver Medal by the Mechanics' Institute and First Preaoiuaa on Work and Machines at the California and Oregon State Faira for 1865. IT IS THE BEST FAMILY MACHINE, BBCAUSI IT IS TBI Simplest, Most Darable, Easily Learned. SEWS PROM THE ORIGINAL BPOOL. THE ONLY MACHINE THAT EMBROIDERS, and la the only RELIABLE STI...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 13 January 1866
DR. W. D. TRINQUE, OFFICE, PHOENIX BLOCK, Main Street, Pctalnnaa I) ESPECTFULLY offers hi» professional j t wrrieit t® the public in the practice of •11 tranche* of his profession. I tar Teeth eitracted in the easiest and moat scientific roanneir; alto, filled and cleaned in the latest and most approved style. Teeth inserted on healthy roota. — Teeth adapted on Gold, Platjna, Silver and ViLCASiTB Plate, from a *ingle tooth to a whole aet. and all diseases of the Teeth and Gums treated and cured. From long experience in my profession, and having been connected with aome of the first institutions in the United States, I feel assured of being able to give Pekfect Satisfaction to those who may favor me with their patronage, both aa regards work and pricea. my27-ly ! L. H. HARDMAN, M. D., OFFERS hia Professional services to the citiiens of Olema, Bolinas and Punta Reyea. Office and residence at Olema. feb4 HIRAM AUSTIN, COUN T Y S I'll V E YOIi, OFFICE ONE DOOR NORTH OF THE Court House, ...