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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 20 January 1866
nORRIS ■V«Ju», _=f MUX STMXET. (tAJf &lt;[ 1A« n«v receiving and wfllkotyMMMfly on haac a large aad wall mlmmA MHkSf 11HY GOODS, ; I U;j| GROCERIES, BOOTS AND CLOTHINQ, v &gt;t HATS AND CAMI TORACCO. ■ CIGARS. i "* Flit*lT (in himi), PERFUMERY, PATENT MEDICINES, YANKEE NOTIONS, &lt;• •nd in Ikct all article* aaaally fiwi tax* well country More. The heat hraada of FI.OUR nn hand. 1 guarantee to »la««o In yilfOi iulitT, »30e MOIIRIS lIY MAN. \i:W«! XKIfN!! IVEW9III II lIH, RI.OCK * CO, ■ H leave to inform th* at Alt |&gt; |&gt;lace and firinity that thry kn r. ured a ti« w and complete MtortMllsf isi&gt;od». DRY GOODS, 4 i-ompriaing a full raeortraent of IB row Mi lllrarhid Shretinga, llenima, Colic I&gt;4m» Market*. and all other kinda of HtW ' FjW» ni«hin( Hood*, and an endleaa WiltJlfLl* lu »' l&gt;rc»* tiooda. Clot lung St Mens Furnishing Ooodi o a«lt the young and old, ttM lick wrf (fes &gt;oor. * • BOOTS * S...
The Law of Newspapers. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 20 January 1866
The Law of Newspapers. 1. Subscribers who do not give express notice to the contrary, are considered •• wishing to continue their subscription. | 2. It subscribers order their papers discontinued without paying up, publishers may J continue thi in until all arrears are paid, j 3. If subscribers neglect or refuse to take their papers the otfice or place to which thfv are sent, they are responsible until thejr | settle their bills and give notice to discontinue them. 4. If subscribers move to other placea without informing the publisher, and the paper is sent to the former direction, they are j held responsible. | 5. The courts have derided that refusing to take a paper or periodical from the office, or removing and leaving it uncalled for, it prima facie evidence of intentional fraud.
United States Official Directory. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 20 January 1866
United States Official Directory. ( President .... Andrew Johnson | I 'ice Presidint i Secretary of State Win. TI. Spward Secretary of the Treasury Hugh McCulloch 'Seen tary of War Edwin M. Stanton ' Secretary of the Xovy Gideon Wellfi Secretary of th° Interior Jnir.t s Harlan ! Postmaster deneral. *Vill iarn Dennison Attorney deneral Jnme# Spp«-d
State Ollicifil Directory. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 20 January 1866
State Ollicifil Directory. dorrrnor. F. F. Low l.irati iiant• tiorcrnor T. N*. Mnchin Secretary of State 15. It. ]11 rlriing font roller George Oulton Ti rastm r .Komuiildo l'achvc* Attorney- deneral J. G. McCullough Snrrcyor- Hern ial J. F. Houghton Sn/&gt;'t Public Instruction John Swetl State Printer (). M. Clave*
Meeting of the Courts. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 20 January 1866
Meeting of the Courts. District Court, (7th Judicial District.) J. Is. Southard, Judge.— Ist Monday in March, July and November. County Court and Probate Court. Geo, Steele, Judge.—lst Monday in February, April, June, August, October, December. Hoard of Supervisors.—lst Monday in February. M«v, August and November.
County OHlcial Directory. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 20 January 1866
County OHlcial Directory. District Judge J. B. Southard County Judge .Gen, Steele lhitrict Attorney Brudley Hall Sheriff'. John Gannon I nder Sheriff p. K. Austin, County Clerk Daniel T. Taylor heputy County Clerk John Reynold* Treasurer J. D. Bullis Surveyor Iliram Austin .4i.if.isor Daniel Smith Superintendent of Schools..,.]. \V. Zuver I'ubhc Administrator.Geo. W. Freeman Hoard of Su/ttrvisors... .L. K. Baldwin, G, W. Burbank. Chas. S. Fairfax* Justices of the Pace ; Snn Rafael—T. Mahon, Jas. M. Wait*. Novato—J. G. Haven, R. W. Osgood. San Antonio—W. ¥. Ramsey, N. Nuckold*. l'omales—Thos. J. Abies. Nicasio—Aaron Schroyer. Punta Reves—(\ Parsons, J. T. Stoektf. Bnlinas—D. Wheeler, J. Almy. Saacelito—D. Clingan, M. Titrney. Constables : San Rafael—O. Hawkins, Novato—ll. T. Jones. San Antonio—J. Bradley. 'l'omales—W. Vanderbilt, W. Johnson. Nicasio—l'. Irving, S. S. Nowlin, Puma Reyes—Frank Miller. Bolinas—('. Lauff, 0. Hathaway. Saucelito —P. Dolen, J. Bickerstaff Jioad Musters : S...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 20 January 1866
ra#£S for sale. FAEM CONTAINING ?#!b©. , &lt;l ( f§r. -I.« " 160 ACRES OF LAND w*!*. San Joaquin Valley, in a good fcnatatf tttttrtet, with food market—within •4 miles of the Stockton and Sacramento «m nile from the line of the OMrtnl Pad fie Railroad, and about twenty ■flit from Stockton. ▲boat 06 acres are cleared and ready for cultivation. The tract ia WELL TIMBERED, fit and ia Improved with a large, well-finished DWELLING HOUSE, with cellar, • well of good water, a . r i(V rO(J!¥« ORCHRD ,Y1 V ! • containing about 50 tree*, etc., the whole Mug nnder a good substantial tence. J J Within Ivc milea of the above deeeribed jjtoperty ia a Steamboat Landing, a large depot for eord-wood. Td*farther partioalars enquire at thia ofMi, Mot mJ CHAS. S. BARNEY, jal liberty, San Joaquin Co. ii I"i i i i ATTENTION DAIRYMEN. FOR SALE LOT OF ABOUT ONE HUNDRED HEAD OF HOGS jjT*arioua sixes. Alao about TWENTY Jhß* SADDLE HORSES, •t prieee varying from $30 to $60 per head. 'AIM FOUR SPANISH ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 20 January 1866
BTW,OO«^J Machines sold in two years, °'\ fISEWING MACHINES,| \ + 13 O jt JJ v y Mori**.—The SiDfer Ma&lt;lao« •• the only M»rhi»« that Will M« all kinds of cloth With all kinds of thread. The almost incredible increase in the aale of the Singer Machine during the past two years is owing to the popularity of the Letter "A" Tranverbe Shuttle Family Machine, which was introduced in 1860, since which time it has earned and established a reputation for family uses equal to the celebrated manufacturing machines of this firm, which are generally acknowledged even by dealera in other aewing machines, to be unequalled for such purposes. OTHER Family Sewing Machine haa auch perfect nnd improved appliances for Ruffling. Hemming, Binding, Felling, Tucking, Gathering, Ouaging, Braiding, Cording, Quilting, etc. WAH persons requiring information about our Sewing Machines, their sizes, Prices, Working Capacities, and the beat method of purchasing, can obtain it by sending for a copy of the...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 20 January 1866
$11,000. ELEVEN THOUSAND OF WHEELER At WILSON'S BEWINC MACHINES Have been sold on the Pacific Coast sinee the agency was established in ban Francisco ; and the L A R G E and INCREA S I iV G sale of thete MACHINES proves how fully the public •ra convinced of the superiority of WHEELER $ 1 VILSOy* SEWING MACHINES Over nil Others, For General l«e, A LARGE INVOICE OF THESE MACIIeNES WITH LATE IMPROVEMENTS, JUST RECEIVED. Call and Examine thorn, Or Seud for a Circular. J. H. HAYDEN, Agent, Office corner of Montgomery and Sacrmento streets, San Francisco. mh4 FIRST PREMIUM FAMILY SEWING MACHINE. CROVER &amp; BAKER'S ELASTIC STITCH SEWING MACH I N E Awarded a Silver Medal by the Mechanics' Institute and First Premiums on Work and Machines at the California and I Oregon State Fairs for 1865. IT IS THE BEST FAMILY MACHINE, BECAUSE IT IS THB Simplest, Most Durable, Easily Learned. SEWS PROM THE ORIGINAL SPOOL. THE ONLY MACHINE THAT EMBROIDERS, and is the only RELIABLE STITCH ox FLANNE...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 20 January 1866
DR. W. D. TRINQUE, OFFICE, PIICENIX BLOCK, TT ni ii Strrot, Pvtal u in a T) ESI'ECTFULLY offers his professional it services to the public in the practice of. all branches of his profession. IZfT Teeth extracted in the easiest and most scientific manner; also, filled andj cleaned in the latest and must approved, style. Teeth 'nserted on healthy root*. — Teeth adapted on Gold, Platina, Silveu, and Vulcanite Plate, from a single tooth to a whole set. and ail diseases of the Teeth and Gums treated and eured. From l-.na experience in mv profession, and having been connected with apine of the first institutions 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. lIARDMAN, M. I)., OFFERS his Professional services to the _ citizens (if Olema, Bolinus and Punta lteves. Office and residence at O'ema. ft b 1 lIIUAM AUSTIN; CO INT }' SIR V E YOU, OFFICE ONE DOOll NORTH OF ...
|flarin (fointij journal. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 27 January 1866
|flarin (fointij journal. By JEROVIC A. 3ARNET. r.jr T.tbi. Site; s: see f .rth ra« O-ir Agents: THOMAS 15 &gt;YCi: &gt;..a Francis-» 1.. I'. Fl&lt;lir.lt ii. T. L' X N &gt;v i* i K. J U'KM \X X. , i.. i&gt;v:x&lt;»s v, i n.iti . 13KXJ. NVIUI-: &gt;::ii.i&lt;Vv ciias. (Utr.v -... a i-.-ut.i. : SA'rrni)AY : : : : JAXIWUY Vi:.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 27 January 1866
Favour. — Hon. T&gt;. n;.N, jr., ha* oui 1 thanks for vari m* L gUlutive doc. ii-uts. 1 — The Indiana .Sena's! has defeated the bill to anicr.d the Constitution in thai State t-o a* to «eture negro -u'.ft age. A 'UN' xvho loaned a m:ri*ter a hirst which threw l.is rev. i n?-\ claim &gt;1 Mi'.wri i ' for having a«&gt;N'.«d l\ spr .r'.lng the go*j.&lt;l. (Jonk Again—The l'entaii H ad &lt; n'n of Uuebec has absconded, with the iu in \ of the Fenian l'und in l.is posThh Act to pnv.de for a Chaplain for the State IVi-on of this S'a'e, was re:',rred to the State I'risin C tr.mitttv. Ox the 3'.!i in-tant, according to the Orrgoiti'in. Mount Hood was a,'i.n throwing out dense volumes of *tnoke. ♦ — The Central l'.i.'Uie K:i ho.id Company deny the statement of th ir Living hi 1 patent to 4&gt;M)tl) tier s cf land is-ued t&lt;&gt; them, and confess only to 1 i,OOO acres. A Jrsri' i: of th" Peace in Xevada agreed to try a casein w...
M ON A BES'DE?.. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 27 January 1866
M ON A BES'DE?.. * b t &gt;i ... or.l r *o s!.^ n , wc w • bv ■- •:.• hs - a v - i a- dt v of t1 as 4 an.l our &gt;k• :\ m*i 1 n* i-t tu i • i-an 1 p -f r t'l &gt;i .. A, ' .e i wit! in th • rr ,r» \\ \ • v: •« &gt;»•». plethoric w •'nv .'litl . 1. load'd t.ll th; v could l. •' "v. H'e kill. '. a f w. h'i* tl •v to . - a g'i;n -: \. s in 1 tt tin: . to th . !'. a-t. I. »-t :n«t.!.rti;» t • ven w . h t* •Or 1 d' V.N w &lt;• •&gt; 1 v .If a p «;n 1 i ' t". sh b f ,t in - I". 4'. 'VX . I f :• &gt;•. a pi i- 1 v •' .■ 1 X •!.: l.kbeirj hosp.'abiv liu uii'*.!. In 11 n «i..nutes r t "'../' M- \ -1; 1 a .« i: .u o' t* ...• hi . 1 : if. ' 1 I •«: : s vja.l an ad- &gt;« : tljr on the nosr—h sent in hi- b 11th it v\ *s a .p i d.'.ut i il .inn —a il a ' ui 1- j'.i' • S . :■ w h;li *t• aiendo'.i--(VI// a' • t • w -.'-.'11! Uh- t-if.re m i-it - ti't lv c m 1 -."iriti:; ir. 11. 1 -ui h .1 1 p . • -. 1 . 1 d ..v. 1 us I'rit th v di 1 ...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 27 January 1866
IMM!&lt;!K\IiO\ IV VIKiUNU.— The Itichmond '/'• &gt;■« ha* a long ed tori.il on imnu.■r.t' &gt;ti, f on which w c qu *te 'he follow ing : An opinion still preva.l* at the North, in • l f ii i quarter* and among a c rtain tl»» o( individual*, 11;;»t linmigialien to mul ic»i--'lttioc in the South, unit'** iti tiumbcis iaig' in i 1 r protection, wmi! 1 It vi ry ha*irl•&gt;:»« t&gt; the live* mi l limb* of Nort'irn inn. V com spondnt »&gt;f one of the Nf* \ •11 k pa;ii-tK in\ it' - iiinu.grati n to the vul--1 \ of \ n .ii. i, but very uoiu-l'igly cautious .- jit v pi * •• to conic ui Mithcu nt stiength I&gt;• tin ,r -if "y Now nil thi* i■« MinpU !&gt;o«h nn&lt;l t on-en*e. Neither the people if rhi vaihy ot Virginia, nor of any other portion i t thr South, lire Midi tool* unil nvig - ,i« thu-e nil'' snd viciou* representation* w.i tld imply. There was a time wlw-n it iv ii thi- in'riest mul the wish of the Southi m ...
PETER 8C&1BER ON HOTELS. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 27 January 1866
PETER 8C&amp;1BER ON HOTELS. Ii the inhabitants of any city, town, or village m our country desire toMvureagood iistne eeitain pro»pviity&gt;, for their place of abod*. they will, if they aie wise, look to the eoudition* of then hotels. The increasing facilities for travel put a veiv large portion of the world in motion, and to the opinions \good or bad) of this moving m»s*, nisy be traced the prosperity or adversity of communities gathered together and forming cities, towns villagea and hamlet*. It matters little whether private rosidcni-ca be constructed of marble cr of mud. provided the hotel, the temporary abode of the traveler or aojourncr be in all n spi-ct* attractive. Let, for example, two towns be constructed near eai h other ; let one be composed of msrble and elegant private residences, and tbf other of mud cabins, and in each town place a hotel: in one, • dirty, filihy one, with a bar-ioom the re*ort of row .lies, and in the other a well ordered and wall-...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 27 January 1866
i Ohvmi r« Ki mi i* the author of many Koorl anil truthful »ayinga. \Y'itneaa thcfolI &gt;wm;r. f&lt;»r in«tnnce: ""When you 1.-«n upon a »oul. you ace iv. r»th.tijj th» onj()i that aoul. which g!Ce» it» own hue to everything. Man'a love ia n (i'ine in hi* Immim, null through that pane tin 1 eye of woman look* to »ce the new im'oiM. 'Hie medium i* the ultimatum, j'iod *ivr« u* love that we may live more icheapl v and happily together than if we were Ri jiuate. Abu nd pudding i* richer when tl ere ate two heart a, than plum pudding wh'-n there it one alone. The world will leam (hi* yet. and then the lion will lie down with the lamb, and even you will be 1 1 !e»» depraved." J.u*ra written in grief, after the bathing hour* at Newport" I 'lara Anna Jan* M»« j t.ldn, daughter of the rich J)e Illoat, —who ,i* worth a half a million—on thy atyle how many doat. I have watched thee proudly i •ailimjf awun-like in thy crinoline; decked , in I a ret bright with jewela, valuable...
IWTERWTIIW mtmm [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 27 January 1866
IWTERWTIIW mtmm In the cas* of leading r-rltTialaaa. aa ll It I generally very hard to pwt thM tbey a** living, so it is na rttjt ihii| I* i&gt;l «M wh'B thry «r« dr*U ; atMfoaMlMl corruption pror* 100 little. A gvnilcmau harm* a large %ix ilMMrll hi* hand. *«&gt; a.kej. "l'rny, sir. k j|M,n bor*c pistol»" -N'a, sir," he replied, ««tfn only a Vo\l'»r '*** "llntel de ll.trw" it th* modern smmlh a liver* «table on Kaat Broadway, hi Uk* cit* of New York. They are mikinj nrf*tin( of Men Ok *aI»er. and i laim thai K t» belt** than eg (Mb* l&gt;r. tlarh. the African traveler, «k n&gt; cently died, was one« compelled to drink hfo o»n blond to sav# hk life. 5 T»*e gold and aitver rain** of H«NMI Territory « ill this year prwlvot ainMMftril* lions dollars. It i* eighteen fear* ainr* a man wkh • mii Ml* name occupied the fteaidaatffclfhftir. A lad? walking on on* of the whama New \ oik **k*d a aailor why • ahip WM called "»he." The aon of NetUMMnpH*' that it *a...