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EASTERN news items. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 3 February 1866

EASTERN news items. If the latest despatches from Europe are at all reliable, John Hull is getting nervous again on thu subject of Fenianism. licit apprehensive that the public buildings in. London may be blown up, after the fashion ] set by Guy Fawkc*, u.id is taking precau j tions to protcct them. If nothing bhould ever come out of this thing, the old gen'le-J man will be the laughing stock of the world, j The condition of affairs in the South does] not appear to be very satisfactory. Hush-1 whafckers are getting troublesome in lennsssee, the Unionists are being persecuted in! Alabama and General Sickles has had to in - j terfere for the protection of the freedmcn in j South Carolina. It is reported that Bagdad was not captu.ed by United States troops, but by a body a?camp followers, who engiged in the! enterprise out of mere sport. If there were any soldiers among them, they all managed to be in garrison next morning at roll-call. Wm. T. Everets has begun the prepar-1 ations tot ...

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

Hlrrp U that aoft road by which man find their way back from fatigue to vigor. I Important Scientific Invention for the Prestation of Animal Food. I John Morgan, Professor of Anatomy in the Royal College of Surgeons, Ireland, has ' awakened great interest in Europe, by the | invention of the powers of •• infiltirntion." |By this new process of Professor Morgan, there is uo rubbing or laying in of salt, and ' therefore no abstraction of nutritive materials, or financial loss. An entire ox can be preN served in ten minutes, and as the materials J used remain in the flesh, even they become a source of profit. The flesh is put to dry 'as soon as convenient, and when dried is packed in barrels or case*, with sawdust or dry material and is thertfore more more portable than by any other method. The meat can bo eaten uncooked or as fceef'steaks, roasts, hashes, soup, ctc, thus ad- ' milting of a suitable nutriment for invalids' and also of variety—an important element for ssilors. If necess...

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

Wk would call the attention of our readers to-the Grover & liaker Sewing Machines. Their reputation is too well established for us to attempt a word in their favor, but would advise any persona wanting a reliable Family Sewing Machine, to investigate the ,merits 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 | Ilyman. *

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Arrival* at the .tluriit Hotel. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 3 February 1866

Arrival* at the .tluriit Hotel. r Janua.-y 26. W J Miller, L Olmiteod, P Pawl. 27. P S McNeil, C W Howard, Thoa \V Fr lon, J1) Dixon, J H Swcctze;, 28. \V J Miller, J Garc ; a, J Pinclney, M Levy, G Horson, A J Scown, F Hamel. 29. J XcUon, J Waters, J Flood, Oscar Alderman, J I) Rafter, F Jlamel, Salvador Pacheco, M Garcia, J Garcia, (ten. S.oele, G A Parker. 30. Win Kearr., W J Mi!l<*r. D Turner, I, Crain, J D Dixon, F 11 nmel, S Pacheco. 31. S Warn.'. P U Colton, J D 8! if «r. J Morrison, A K Higg*. J Conncm, J Jcnr. J Uolibirn, Ja« Dixon, Gio i!miy Strain. February 1. WW Druu>, K M»»g* e, Ju» DUou. I - 1 [Compiled from the Alia.]

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Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 3 February 1866

Commercial. SAN FRANCISCO TRADE REPORT. '| The quant : ties of breadstuffs taken up in l' the previous week has cuused prices to rei cede from the highest figure. We quote — '; Flour—Prices remain unchanged, and are ' as follows : Extra, $7 00; superfine, $6 2J . (30 75. . Wheat —At $2 12(52 25. . Barlly—ln light request. Quoted nom[inallj at $1,10(51.15 100 lbs. I ! | Oats— upon a good demand for export, priecs have advaaced. We quote i at «?1,97fa2. llvv—({notable in cargo lots at prices ranging from $11 to $19. Potatoes—lfodegas $1 Oso§ I 13; Peta|himns $l,oJfa, 1,10. • DAIRY PRODUCE— .! Ut'TTEr.—Choice to prime dairy roll is qoutable at 50(3 5.5 c lt>. Lard—ln 10-fb tins at 224 c lb. 'j Curfsr—Clear T .akc at 25c.; other daries fat 23fa 23c ||' lb. , Eoos—At .1' doz. 1 POULTRY—Market has ruled rteady in prices. ; j Chicken*—liens at §11, and Chickens at $iofall if do*. Di cks —At SI 1 fa 13 ft-* doz. 1 Oef.se—At $1 if pair. | Turkey*—At 25@28e lb, as per quality. f FR...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 3 February 1866

NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. SURRENDER OF COUNTY WARRANTS. Treasurer'# Oftic-p, ) Marin County. 5 rUOmSAI.Sfur the surrerde* 0 of County Warrants or Scrip, directed] to the undersigned, "ill be received up toi'nc !f»t day o* the session of the next regulaT meeting of the Bocrd of Supervisors ol Marin County. No proposal will be considered i unless accompanied by the scrip or warrants. Dated San Rafael, Jan. 29, ISfiG. JAS. 1), ML"I.LIS, ft) Co. Treasurer of Marin Co. . EXPRESS SALOON. J. SHORT, • • Proprietor. CUXS TAS Tl.}' <>X IIA\l) a choice supply of i Wines, Liqators and Se^ars. ! Attached to the Saloon are two splend'd i fcULLI Afltl> TABLES. 1 A share of public patronage is solicited. jan2o-'66-ae || ANNIVERSARY BALL. I I UV SPKCIAL REQUEST A i SOCIAL I»AUTY i ; 1 —WILL IIK HELD — , AT THE BHEPPARD HOU 8 E On Thursday, Feb. 22«3, ISGG. nrNo Special liivitatnns , TICKETS (i :eluding Supper) : : : $3 00. MUSIC 11Y FULLEII'S HAND. ; . i COUNTRY PRODUCE, |...

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

House and Wagon Fainting —ASD — PAPER H_A NGI N G . THE undesigned hiring; removed from his old stand to the house of Mrs. Skidmore, is now prepared to execute all order* entrusted to his care for House and Wagon Painting and Paper Hanging. CONS TA STL r OX HAND A FULL ASSORTMENT OF COLORB, mixed, for sale at ci <./ rates. invariably cash. fj.tf JNO. O'BRIEN. nORKIS lIV.TIA^ i i INFORMS THE PUBLIC I That having secured the »ervices of FIRST-CLASS TAILOR He will be ready, on and after Februry Bth, TO MAKE TO ORDER Fvory Description of Gentlemen's Wear. i jan27 | BRING THEM BACK. rpnoSE persons who borrowed (?) books i_ tmm my establishment are notified to return the same without delav. jan27 MORRIS IIYMAN. i pACIFIC nSI'RAKCE CO'Y. —OF — SAX I'ItAXCISCO, CAL. JONATHAN HUNT. President. A. J. RALSTON, Secretary, Insure against loss or damage by Fire, on Buildings, Merchandise, Wares and other Personal Property. f'APITAI $750,000. ASSETS, Jan. 1, 1866... .$1,051,420 a 7. All ...

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TOWB AND COUNTY nfTELLIGF.VCE. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 3 February 1866

TOWB AND COUNTY nfTELLIGF.VCE. UJarin (Countil Journal. SAjT RAFAEL: : FEUKUAKY 5 1986. Stsbbid. —Francois Angonctte wa» stabbed and severely injured on Sunday la«t by ft Spaniard at Ross' ranch. Ranoiors. —Ilev. Wm. Oordon will hold divine ssrvlce at the Public School House in Uuapl&ca on the 1 Ith instant. It Pats.—H yman assure.-, is tha' h : s bn«iness ia stesddy increasing. nndattriu»t:<s the cause to his mode of keeping his wares before the people by advert'sing in tV- J. v:tHAt. It pays —there's not the least doubt •boat it. Social Party.—A Social Party will be given at the Shcppard House on the 22d.j See ad. elsewhere. Notart Piblic.—Warrtn Dutton, F.sq., of has been appointed Notary l'ublic for Mann County. Ocr sky i< enveloped with weeping clouds, the earth with quivering, floatine mud, and ourselves with gloom and ennui. Oh! when will the blue dome of heaven again appear, and the bright warm sunshine cha-ej* these dark clouds fiom our ski...

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

San Pablo aud Sail Quoatiu Ferry. Change of I3oiir->. WIXTKB ASUS n<;i:7ii:\T. ~ * *lj*- — > p.» From cor. Broadway &. Davis sts, ON and after MONDAY the I.3th of _ X<>\ KMlil.K, tin- f.»v«»rite steamer Captain J. MclilZXXlwill leave as follow*: j San Uuentm, l'oint Isabel, San Francisco j S A. m. 9 a. m 2 r. m. Ounnt'r'.ing wi'h Stage Coaches for San Kafsiel, Olenia, i o:r.ab■< .>ml Mol iias, Mann County, S-n ''uMo, Minii*z mid Mount I): ihlo C?oj»l M .e> i! , J.af svette, Moraga Val'cy. and Sin i ti.ou Valley, Colitis Co-'i' C iiin.y. Frt-i'.h; r Stock from Sin I'ahlo same as on Oakland Ferry. For further particular* apply to the (Jap'ain on board, or to C. MIN ITIIN, Aien', rv Vallejo Street Wharf. Atta:\ t a o \ : RELIABLE SEEDS. I:i>WAIM> K. nooitc, 42 j WASHINGTON STIIKKT. SAN FRANCISCO. rplIF. rNI»F.r.Sir!NKD. A FUACTICAL X A?i icul'un«t, it now nreparidto...

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

iRANCH FOR SALE. * pOK SALE. A FAR\t CONTAINTNO : 100 ACRES OF LAND lying in -»-in Joaquin Valley, in * pood farming di*?iic?, with good marktf—within 2in.iles of the Stockton ar.d Sacramento Scage Road, occ mil? from the line of the [ Central Pacific Railroad, and about twenty j miles from Stockton. About 0 > acre* art cleared and ready for cultivation. The ttact is WE».L TIMBERED, 5* and is improved w.lh a large, well-finished ' DWELLING HOUSE, 1 iJX « h Ptliar; a we'! of pood water, a vos \u one iiit 11 containng a how. "»0 tree*, etc., the whole, being under a go >d substantial tcnce. Within live mile* of the above desenbrd ' property is a Steamboat Landing, a large d>«pot for cord-wood. K.»r further particulars enquire at this of- | tice, or of ('HAS. S. HARNEY. j< 3 Liberty, San Joaquin Co. -.. _ 1 Valuable Steal IMate PRIVAIiTsALE. i fPitK undersigned wil'*cll for cash, or exI ensnge .'or San Francisco piop» .y, the foMow 1 nfc valu...

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

T HOLIDAY PRESENTS! PvI.OOO WATCHES. > & J 1 <; 0l n a* i» « 11. \k k \ American, Snglish, and Swisi* WATCHES, Just Ucceivrd On CemmiMion, With instructions to srll I'cgardlcaa of Cost. T!:»ae Watches being consigned to nr, with orders to sell at onoe, I will dispose <sf them at HALF THE I'Sl* \L SAN FRANCISCO ntHT«. Thi» is an opportnnity to obtain a OOtll) WA i CII AT FAR LESS MIAN Il'S VALl'l'., neref before offered in this city. Every Watch is fully guarnnted. Sent to any part of the State, and th# Pacific t'oast, by express, with bill for collection on delivery. Walibra repaired at New York prices. C. K. COLLINS, r.Oi >mrry Street, San Francises Exi lusive Agent for the American Wairh Factory. [nll-Jm-l CALIFORNIA VIEWS —row ma— STEREOSCOPE AND ALBUM ( )vi\R d.ff. rent I'hotographic views ALL Nl'.W and full of interest, Illustrating 1 the dilferent processes of mining in Hold, Silver, Copper, tQuicksilver, He. The beautifu...

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

««wu» ■fiAn ) ma ix srxhST, tux 141 m. T — ji> * f -|miiMij 1 mIWB4IIU|« MdviiliriNMiMiMir DRY GOODS, groceries, ♦ I BOOTS AND SHOES, CLOTHIXO, IUTBANDCAML jTOBACCO, CIGARS, FRUIT (ta PERFUMERY, PATENT MEDICINES, YANKEE NOTIONS, * end 'n fart all irtirln imlljf hw< li B w«44 egulated country store. •0«# beat brand* of FLOFR on hand. I ruaranteo to plreae In pHwi in 4 ImlMt. ►JOe MORRIS HYMAM. XEWS! .\EIW!I ME Willi 11AHV RVOTK * CO. » HF O ln*t to Inform the reeidonts «( All >>lace -nd vicinity that Iktf Wtl M> rrirrd a nr» tad complete MMrtwa.of (ottda. DRY COODt, ' * mmpritlng a hill reeortment of Brown m 4 lllrached Sheet inga, Denials, Hlanketa. and all other kind* of HwNiVßr. ni»hin< Onod*. and 1 an endlraa niWtj WUh Air*' OreeaOooda. < < ' k Clothing 6 Mens Furnlehlng Qoo4s to auit tba young and old, Um (ink Hd tip [> ~or - - : 4 BOOTS 4 BHOK9 nf the bra* mrkera known la BoMrN an...

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The Law of Newspapers. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 3 February 1866

The Law of Newspapers. 1. Subscribers who do not give express notice to the contrary, are considered as wishing to continue their subscription. 2. If subscribers order their papers discontinued without paying up, publishers may continue them until all arrears are paid. 3. If subscribers neglect or refuse to taka their papers from the office or place to which tI'.FT are sent, they are responsible until thejr | settle their bills and give notice todiacontinua I them. 4. If subscribers move to other places without informing the publisher, aia tha .s sent to the former direction, they art held rei ponsible. ; 5. The courts have derided that refusing to take « paper or periodical from the office, or removing and leaving it uncalled for, ia jprima facie evidence of intentional fraud.

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United States Official Directory. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 3 February 1866

United States Official Directory. j President .... Andrew Johnson ! Vice President • Secretary of State Win, H. Seward | Secretary of the Treasury Hugh McCulloch ' Secretary of War Edwin M. Stanton I Secretary of the Xary Gideon Welle* j Secretary of the Interior Jump* Harlan I Postmaster General. tYilliam Dennison j Attorney General James Speed

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State Official Directory. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 3 February 1866

State Official Directory. I Governor, F. F. Low l.ieutennnt-Gocernor T. N. M«schin Secretary of State B. H. Redding ' Controller George Oultoit ; Treasurer .Komualdo l'achec* \ Attorney-General J. G. MrCullough | Smi reyor-General J. F. Houghton Sup't Public Instruction John Sweti State Printer G. M. Clare*

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Meeting of the Courts. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 3 February 1866

Meeting of the Courts. District Court, (7th Judicial District.) J. 18. Southnrd, Judge.— Ift Monday in March,. July arid Third Monday in November, i County Court and Probate Court. Geo., j Steele, Judge.—lst Monday in February, April, June, August, Octcber, December. Boaml of Supervisors.— Ist Monday in February. May, August and November. : xx

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County Official Directory- [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 3 February 1866

County Official Directory- District Judije J. B. Southard j < 'ounty Judye .Geo, Steele District Attorney Bradley Hall sherijf. John Gannon Under Sheriff P. K. Austin, Count;/ Clerk ..Daniel T. Taylor Deputy County Clerk John Heynolda Treasurer - J. D. Bullia Surveyor Hiram Austin Asset*or Daniel Smith Superintendent of Schools.... J. \V. Zuver Public Administrator... .Geo. W. Freeman Board of Supervisors.K. Baldwin, G. W. Burhank. (Jhas. S. Fairfax* Justices of the Peace: j San Rufael—T. Mahon, J a*. M. Wail*. Novato—J. G. Haven, R. W. Ofgood. San Antonio —W". F. Ramsey, N. Nuckolds. Tomales —Thos. J. Ablea. Nicasio—Aaron Schroyer. "Punta Reves—C. Parsons, J. T. Stocktr. Bolinas—l). Wheeler, J. Alniy. Saucelito —I). Clingan, M. I'ierney. Constables : San Rafael—O. C. Hawkins. Novato—H. T. Jones. San Antoniii—J. Bradley. Tomales—W. Vanderbilt, W. Johnson. Nicasio—P. Irving, S. S. Nowlin. Punta Reyes—Frank Miller. Bolinas—U. I.aufT, G. Hathaway. Saucelito—P. Dolun, J. Bick...

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