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Meeting of the Courts. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 27 January 1866

Meeting of the Courts. District Court. (7th Judicial District.) J. |H. Southard. Judire.— Ist Monday in March, July and Third Monday in November. t'ountCourt and Probate Court. Geo. StefV, Judge.—lst Monday in February, i April. June, August, Gctcber, December. Hoard of Supervisors,— Ist Monday in February, May, August and November.

Publication Title: Marin Journal
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i- County Official Directory. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 27 January 1866

i- County Official Directory. i i District Judye J. B. Southard County Judy .Geo, Steele District Attormy Bradley Hall i sheriff. John Gannon I'u I r Sheriff. 11.I 1 . K. Austin, i County ch-rk Daniel T. Taylor 1 Deputy County Clerk Jonn Reynold# | Treasurer J. D. Hullia Surveyor Hiram Austin - Assessor Daniel Smith [Superintendent, of schools. ~ .J. \V. Zuvej Public Administrator... .Geo. \V, Freeman J Hoard of Supervisors .. . K. Baldwin, G. W. Huibank, (.'has, S. Fairfax - Justices of the Peace : San Rafael—T. Mahon, Ja*. M. Wait*, n Novato—J. G. Haven, 11. W, Osgood. 1 San Antonio—W. F. Ramsey, N. Nuckolds. -1 I'omales—Thos. J. Abies. ! Nicasio—Aaron Schroyer. I'unta Reves—C. Parsons, J. T. Stocktr. Bolinas—l). Wheeler, J. Almy. j Saucelito —D. I'lingnn, M. Tierney. ('onstublcs: I Sin Rafael—(>. I', Hawkins. Novato—ll. T. Jones. j; San Antonio—J. lirad.ley. „j Tomnle*—\V. Vanderhilt, W, Johnson. Nicasio— I'. Irving, S. S. Nowlin. I'unta Reyes—Frank Miller. . | Bolinas...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 27 January 1866

rMCH foe sale. -nOB fAMt, A FARM CONTAINING - wESgffcn <$4.i >' . "" - ' 'IWICBES OF LAND lyfag in Sao Joequia Valley, in a good with good market—within Hsflee of tha Stockton and Sacramento o*MfJta|liooe mQe from the line of the WWHnmt Railroad, and about twenty ■Um from Stockton. Aboat 96 acres are cleared and ready for ealtivatlon. The tract ia WELL TIMBERED, S. and il improved with a large well-finished £*,' DWELLING HOUSE, with oeliar; a well of good water, a YOUNG OR CHRD .r'l'f.:" ' - containing about 00 trees, etc., the whole being nnder a good aubatantial tence. "Within five mile* of the above described W**t. a Steamboat Landing, a large depot for wood. Por farther particular! en quire at this ofy!), CHAS. S. BARNEY, j«S Liberty, San Joaquin Co. )i/t n r. ATTENTION DAIRYMEN. -If * i I ■ i. FOR SALE OP ABOUT ONE HUNDRED >HEAD OF HOGS jQt •Cfariooa sixes. Also abont TWENTY 2xo SADDLE HORSES, at priofle varying from $30 to $60 per head. AIM FOU...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 27 January 1866

BT7«,000^ Machines sold in two years. |SEWING MACHINES,j V + 130 * / Mcrrm.—Tk. Singer Mi. Inn* ia th« o»lr KarhiM that will K- .il kiul* ol iloth with *11 kiada of thraoL The almost incredible increase in the sale of the Singer Machine during the past two years is owing to the popularity »f the Letter "A" Tranverse 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 sre generally acknowledged even by dealers in other sewing machines, to be unequalled for such purposes. OTHER Family Sewing Machine has such perfect and improved appliances for Ruffling. Hemming, Binding, Felling, Tucking, Guaging, Braiding, Cording, Quilting, etc. rr All persons requiring information about our Sewing Mschines, their sizes, Prices, Working Cspacities, and the best method of purchasing, can obtain it by sending for a copy of the SINGER MANUFACTURING CO.'S ILLUS...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 27 January 1866

$11,000. | ELEVEN THOUSAND OF WHEELER & W ILSO N'S BEWINC MACHINES Have been sold on the Pacific Coast aince tbe agency was established in San Francisco ; and the L A R G E and INCREASIXG sale of these .MACHINES proves how "fally the public are convinced of the superiority of WHEELER $ WILSON'S SEWING MACHINES Over all Others, For GcneralC sc. A LARGE INVOICE OF TIIESE MACIIeNES WITII LATE IMPROVEMENTS, J VST RECEIVED. Call and Examine them, Or Send for a Circular. J. H. HAYDEN, Agent, Office corner of Montgomery and Sacrmento streets, San Francisco. mh4 FIRST PREMIUM FAMILY SEWING MACHINE. CROVER & BAKER'S ELASTIC STITCH SEWING M A CHIN K Awarded a Silver Medal by the Mechanics' Institute and First Premiums on Work and Machines at the California and Oregon State Fairs for 1865. IT IS THE BEST FAMILY MACHINE, BECAUSE IT IS TBB Simplest, Most Durable, Easily Learned. SEWS PROM THE ORIGINAL SPOOL. THE ONLY MACHINE THAT EMBROIDERS, and is the only RELIABLE STITC...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 27 January 1866

DR. W. D. TRINQUE, OFFICE, PIKENIX BLOCK, Jlain Street, Petal uma P ESPECTFt'LLY offers his professional il- services to the public in the practice cf all branches of his profesMon. Teeth extracted in the ea«ie«t and ( most scientific manner; al»o, filled and l |cleaned in the latent and most approved (style. Teeth inserted en healthy roots. — (Teeth adapted on Platina, Silver jmd Vvi ' amte Plate, from a single tooth to a whole set. and all diseases of the Teeth ( and Gums treated and cured. From l.»ni> experience in mv profession, and having been connected with some of the first institutions in the United S'ates, I feel assured jof being able to give Perfect Satisfaction jto those who may favor me with their patronage. both as regards work and prices. my'27-ly L. H. HARDMAN, M. I)., OFFEItS his Professional services ro the citizens of Olema, Holloas and l'unta Reves. Office and residence at Olema. feb4 lIIIIAM AUSTIN, COINTY sen I EVOR, OFFICE (INK DOOR NORTH OFTIIK, Co...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 27 January 1866

J . H . CARS : MAVIXtt PI RCIIASED THE I L 'nterest of E. NF.i.ftnx ;n the buaiaeM j heretofore carried on by NeUon & Cars, inform)* the public that he will continaa to ■ carry oil the buMiirsa of Itlacksiuiiii \ Uaicon IVaklag •t the old tUnd. I oct litf

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 3 February 1866

THE MARIN COUNTY JOURNAL. VOL 3.« --SO. 47. $AJ» RAFAEL, CAL., MAT! RDAY, FEBRIARY 3, 1566. WHOLE HO. HI

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UJarin (lonntir journal. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 3 February 1866

UJarin (lonntir journal. By JEROME A. BARNET. For Terms, lUte3 of Advertising, etc., see fourth page. Our Agents: THOMAS HOWE San Francisco L. P. FISIIEK H. T. JONES V ovato E. JACKMIN Nictwo L. DENOS Reed llaneho BENJ. WIRE California City CHAS. GREY San Quentm

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SATURDAY : : : FEBRUARY 3. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 3 February 1866

SATURDAY : : : FEBRUARY 3. Favors.—Hon. D. Olds, jr., has our thanks for various Legislative documents. ».*. Sorrows are not unfrequently the thorns wherewith the buckla of love fastens. The only merit of a man who has no credit is, that he never runa in debt. Ik the game of life, men frequently play the knave, and women the douce. Board or Supervisors.—The February Term of the Board of Supervisors will convene on Monday next. "What would be an appropriate exclamation on finding a hole in your stocking •, «• Darn it!" It ii a fact creditable to barnyard nature, 1 that while curses come home to roost, roos- 1 C«rs never come home to curse. —-- Job Work. —Having made additions to •ur stock of printing material, we are now prepared to execute job work in all its va rieties at low rates and on short notice. If the Christian religion were about to be, for the first time preached on earth, there are people who would recommend the Apostles te advertise it plentifully. — We refer our reader...

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A SLIGHT KISTAXE. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 3 February 1866

A SLIGHT KISTAXE. Jim Ward was a conductor on the eastern division of the New York Central Railroad, running daily between l*t;ea and Albanv. Ward had been in the employ of the Central Railroad for a long period of years, and is one of the oldest conductors in the country. Invariably attentive to the ladies, he always managed to tr.ake himself a favori'e with those of the fair sex who accooipained the tram under his d.rection. The Buffalo ltejiublic relates the following anecdote of what happened to Jim, because he didn't know a male from a female baby : A short time since, when a train, under his diiection, w as on its wayea>t troiu I'tiea. one of those interesting incidents occured on board the train which add to the vi»ible number of passengers, but scarcely ever improve the profits of the trip. Ward as soon as he discovered the cond tion of the lady, hustled about, and with the train running forty miles an hour, fixed up a portion of ; the express car and had her conv...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 3 February 1866

Brixi.ini> Things to a Ih.su I.r.vEi..— An American author was once bored f»r n linn- by a female acquaintance, f >r nympathj snd tender appreciation of her id "as of spiri' ual duty. "Mr. Plutarch," she would *ay " is there a more serene and suhlirnc satis faction in life than that of discovering your spiritual duty, and conscientiously performing* Have you not often in your auul felt this trnntjuil bliss •" The author bore this for a long time, but human patience has its limits. "No," he answered at last, •• I hate to do my spiritual duty : if I know what it is, I don't do it : but, madam, there is one thing which does fill me with a serene and sublime sati*facti n. and reconcile* me to the hollowness of life." " l'rav, what is it r" "Madam.it it a pig's nose boiled with cabbag?." _ D-ix't Lies the Looks ok Things. —A gen'leman, a resident of New York City, had the exuberant fortune of five successive mires. He had buried them one after another, as death made...

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"PROCEED WITH THY ELEPHANT." [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 3 February 1866

"PROCEED WITH THY ELEPHANT." In Columbia county, Ohio resides an old' fellow renowned fir hi* beUgerent disposition, who is generally known a* Fricndi Shavcy. Born and a Quaker, he was long Mnee read out of meeting on account of hi* quarrelsome propensities, but ha »till pertinsc;ou*lv cling* to the plain clothe* and plain laugua'ii of his earlier Jays, possibly aga.ntt the wrath which he is eontsnus'.ly provoking b> hi* overbearing and irritating demeanor, lie it always thr| owner of tha ero**e«t dog in the ne.ghbor hood, the n»o»t troublesome, brcechy steer*. kc.. and is continually in hot water with some of hi* neighbor* in consequence of the depredation* committed by his unruly livestock. A few weeks »inco Van Amburjh's Menagerie, traveling through Columbiana was obl.ged to pass his residence a little before daylight. Nash, the keeper of thr elephant l'ippo i"sih, as he mi passing over the road with Ins elephant, discovered this pseudo (junker seated upon a fence upon...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 3 February 1866

A onsvr. divine not lon* sine# awok from a comfortable nap in his chair, and dis covered his amiable helpmate mending hi breeches. Inspired with a love of fun whicl seldom affected him, he inquired : '• Why are you, my dear, like the evil ad ver*ary spoken of in the Scripture ?" Of course, she was unablo to discover an; resemblance. " liecause," said tha fiuibandmai *lept you *eirt'l the turn," Su\Rp. —As a lsdy modestly attired wa on her way to San Francisco on one of th up-river steamers, she *at quietly reading ii the ladies' cabin, when a flashily drntsei dame, mistaking her for a servant, rathe rudely acco«t»>d her, with "Do you knos that this cabin is for ladies •" " Certainly do," wss the an«wer, "and have been wond ering for ti.uc why you were here." — ♦ »♦ — lion Fmilow s.—W# learn on good au thority that a new Irish soc.ety is about t< b* organized in lioston, hav ng the same ob ject in new a* the Fenian*. It is to b cal'ed " The Independent Order of ...

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MALE HOU&EKEEPIXQ. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 3 February 1866

MALE HOU&EKEEPIXQ. 1 It it funny what a mess men make of it when they undertake to legislate household matter*; and fannier to evcrybodv, save the wife who trusts them, the up*rtting of their msgnifWnt but impossible theories, when they come in collision with the granite of immovable facts. I'p jumps Smith juhi'ant! "My dear. I've a plan whieh will solve at once the vexed problem of domestic service. I.isten " — Down sits Mrs. Smith at the feet of Wisdom, with crossed hands, up.raised eves and I pectant ears. # •• You see," begin* Smith, patroniiinglv and pityingly," you women well enough, but you are not practical. There's a screw loos# in jour minds somehow. You can't legislate well, even in your own peeuliar province of housekeeping. You're somehow uone of the clear-hegdednest that men hare; you are dear creature* in your way (no pun intendeds but always out at sea. Now look here, Mary : instead of having a great house to keep in order, and worry over, ii brides «nd b...

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

' ~ "i'n m HOTIQE tS hereby giv«<o I will mm tW V|h| 1 dtt of March 19MI apply to the RmWM* ot thr State Land Olßc* for a duuMa*M df Certificate of l\irchrt«>e .V'n, 7fif, MM| M me An ih<' 1 Ith day of Auguet lHi, tot Ik following deacrtbed land, via t TWe |W| and the X W| of the 8 E of Hii»>*ff», .14, T 4 N, R 10 W. Mt. DiaM* Mm,} ate* the X 4 of the X W 4 of Section No, t, aal the N K | of the X K J of Heetioi Ifo. |£y 4 X. U 10 W Mt. Diablo Mn.—tko «i|M havmt tirrii lost or d<-Mroyed. janiTtw J AH. M. I'RBSTOW. WMolfl,-BrAtE ur CALIFOR--0 nia. In the Juatice'a Court, Mian I'ownahip, in end for the ('n«nt* of Haft*, The People of ,h * Htato of I'illwmli aaai ()rr«tin( 'o UKOiIOK DAYId, lotaMriy fi rea.dent of aaid : You ant hen by to tp|W||> fort' mr, at my olhoa in lh« Towoakia «f Holinaa. in (lie county of Maria, •* Uwlltk day of Dce»mber a. t». 1864, nt ten t'cMt a. *~ to anawer unto the comelaiot of M* ward Make...

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fflarn aoumj $oanml. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 3 February 1866

fflarn aoumj $oanml. ■Alt • . 3, 1866. | Taxaaju are quoted at 71i@72c. mlmiAmi *a oxeallent ear for music, but It Mhos a dog to pitch the tune. hLstery of human degradation in oncj AyUrt The primal fall; the water-fall, ■M the braady-and-water fall. Ll the Assembly last week, our represenMr. Olds, presented a petition from «|m aitiseos of thia county praying for an Wff aopriation of f 10,000 to the Orphan j 4 * 1 "- located at Laa Gallinas. • n JLaotaaa OreesiTiow Steamship Link.— 'JL telegraphio dispatch states that a new jjppmitien liae to Calilornia, via Panama, "»ee of organization by Mr. Aspinwal . Faox tbi Lahd or Nod.—Brown says he like a top." Jones (who is never: W'isne) says he "sleeps tip-top." Jones ;!• MM of the piUari of his church,(but Brown ll aae of the tUep*r§. 'Tin Typographical Union of San Fran(iMO has seoeded from the Trades-Union ffA on Saturday last their delegation was irHMrawa hy a vote of the Society. .Q. • ►I, Ho* Naturalized.—An Irishman being J»«hareh ...

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FEW 3 OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 3 February 1866

FEW 3 OF THE WEEK. There has been for the week past a very great dearth of general as well as of local > new*. No items of importance hare come over the wires from the East, unless the usual partying and sparring of membe-sof ' Congress on their pet political hobby relating to the reconstruction of the Southern States, is important or interesting. The sounds of preparation seems to be booming up from the legislative halls at Washington for a sharp contest beiwren the Radicals and Conservative*. The negro-suffrage question will, undoubtedly, be most ventilated. If the negro is an American citizen is he not entitled to sll the immunities and privileges, under the law, of American citi- j zena? Can a State that denies and rcfu-j ses this right to any class of her citizens be, admitted into the Union under our Constitution ? Or how much intelligence, if any, an American citizen should possess to enti- j tie him to the special priviloge of voting ar.d giving testimony in court...

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