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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 3 February 1866

RiSttfi FOR SALE. fEt BALE, A FARM CONTAINING 0 ACRES OF LAND San Joaquin Valley, ia • good formlag dietifat, with good market—within S| Miles of the Stockton and Sacramento fttuPosd, one mils from the line of the Pacific Railroad, and about twenty mOee from Stockton. Aboat 66 sere* are cleared and ready for oaMvatioa. The traet Is WELL TIMBERED, ® sad is improved with a large, well-finished ■fl| , DWELLING HOUSE, f . wttbedior; . w«ll of good w.ter, o YOUIf© ORCKRD .Vi'" containing aboat 60 trees, etc., the yhrl* Mac nader a good substantial tence. f Within fire milea of the above described faulty U a Steamboat Landing, a large depot for, eord-wood. For farther particulars enquire at thia ofAss, or of \ CHAS. S. BARNEY, jst Liberty, San Joaquin Co. r » ' Valuable Real Estate PRIVATE SALE. fpan undersigned will aell for cash, or ex3. all sage for San Franciaoo property, the following valuable L* REAL ESTATE, lyiag in Ban Rafael: The Brick Building the Marin Hotel, now uaed ss s Salo...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 3 February 1866

Machines sold in two years. |SEWING MACHINES,\ \ + 130 #JJ Mrrro.—"Hie Binf«r Mm hiM it th« mi If Mar hi m that will *nr all kimla of cUXh w»lh all kia4a of thraai. The almost incredible increase in the talc of the Singer Machine during the past two years is owing to tht popularity of the Letter "A" Tranverse Shuttle Family Machine, which waa introduced in 18G0, since which time it haa earned and established a reputation for family uses equal to the celebrated manufacturing machines of thia firm, ' which are generally acknowledged even by dealers in other sewing machines, to ba unequalled for such purposes. OTHER Family Sewing Machine haa auch perfect and improved appliancea for Ruffling. Hemming, Binding, Felling, I Tucking, Gathering, Quaging, Braiding, Cording, Quilting, etc. ry All person* requiring information about our Sewing Machines, their sizes, Pri- , ces, Working Capacities, and the beat method of purchasing, can obtain it by aending for a copy of the SINGER MANUFACTURING...

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

$11,000. ! ELEVEN THOUSAND OF WHEELER & WILSON'S BEWINC MACHINES Have been sold on the Pacific Coast since the agency was established in San Francisco ; and the LARGE and INCREASING sale of there MACHINES proves how fully the public are convinced of the superiority of WHEELER 4 WILSONS SEWING MACHINES Over all Others, For General Use. A LARGE INVOICE OF THESE MACHeNES WITH LATE IMPROVEMENTS, JUST RECEIVED. CaU and Examine them, Or Send for a Circular. J. H. HAYDEW, Agent, Office corner of Montgomery and Sacrmento streets, San Francisco. mh4 FIRST PREMIUM FAMILY SEWING MACHINE. CROVER & BAKER'S ELASTIC STITCH SEWING MACHINE 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 18 THI Simplest, Most Durable, Easily Learned. SEWS PROM THE ORIGINAL SPOOL. THE ONLY MACHINE THAT EMBROIDERS, and is the only RELIABLE STITCH OK flannels' oa...

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

DR. W. D. TRINQUE, I OFFICE, PIKENIX BLOCK, j Jlnin Street, Petaluma I) ESFECTFULLY offers his professional t services to the public in the practice of all branches of his profession. {y Teeth extracted in the easiest and most scientific manner; filled and cleaned in the 1* test and mo«t approved style. Teeth inserted on healthy roots. — Teeth adapted on Gold, Platina, Silver and Vulcanite Plate, from a ►ingle tooth to a whole set. and all diseases of the Teeth and Gums treated and cured. From l.<ne experience in my profession, and having been connected with come of the tirst 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. HARDMAN, M. D., OFFERS his Professional services to the citizens of Olema. Bolinas and Punta Ileyes. Office and residence at Olema. feb4 HIRAM AUSTIN, COUNTY SUR VE YOR, OFFICE ONE DOOR NORTH OF TIIE Court House, Sa...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 3 February 1866

J . H . CA R R UAVIXG PHICIIASED THE interest of E. Nelson in the business heretofore carried on by Nelson & r -Carr, informs the public that he will cos tin ae to csrrv on the business of • Itlarksßiiih & Waß«i Making at the old stand. oet M'.f

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 10 February 1866

THE MARIN COUNTY JOURN4E VOL. ft.' -YO. 48. SAX R4FAKL, (Al„, S ATI It DAY, FF.BIM AKY 10, l»«6. ' : IfrfM WHOLE M..MI

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Utarin (L'ounti) journal.' [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 10 February 1866

Utarin (L'ounti) journal.' By JEROME A. BARNEY. fx fm. Bates of Advertising, etc.. sec fourth pay*. Our Agents: THOMAS BOYCE San Francisco L. P. FISHER '• i H. T. JONES Novato E. JACKMAN Nica->io L. DSNOS..., Reed Raneho BEN J. WIRE California City CHAS. GREY San (Juentin

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SATURDAY : : : FEBRUARY 10. i TOWH AND COUNTY INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 10 February 1866

SATURDAY : : : FEBRUARY 10. i TOWH AND COUNTY INTELLIGENCE. Favors. — Hon. D. Old*, jr., hat our thanks for various Legislative documents. ♦ Job Work.—Having mado additions to our stock of printing material, we are now prepared to execute job work in all its va j risties at low ratea and on short notice. ! Religious.—Rev. Wm. Gordon will hold 4ivin« service at the Public School House in this place to-morrow at 2 o'clock r. m. Social Party.—A Social Tarty will be given at the Sheppard House on the 22d. See ad. elsewhere. ♦-♦ Hyhbxial.—John Henry Pinkston, an j old pioneer of California, and known to the old residents under the sobriquet of " Black Hohn," was united in holy bands of matri-! mony on Saturday last to a dusky mtid of the forest —one of the aborigines, and a descendant of the chief of the warlike tribe of the Jouskiousme, which once claimed the ' "territory arouud San Rafael as their peaceful 'domain. The notice will be found in another column, under the proper bend. ■♦♦♦...

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ST. VALENTISE'S DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 10 February 1866

ST. VALENTISE'S DAY. Wednesday rest, 14th instant, will be St. Valentine's Day. On the recurrence of this day, from time immemorial, those who had reached the age of indiscretion the time had arrived for them to fall in love. How many metaphorical monograms were in olden tir-es sent to favored Valentines ! How many charming Cupids crept from cabbage-roses, and hovering over heart* filled with double-headed arrows, tittered their piteous pining* ! With regard to these observanees, we speak in the past tense, for though anonymous letters, purporting to be valentines, are still sent on this day, their most general festure is a spirit of mischief, and far different from the sensations experienced when St. Valentine was duly honored. The embossed margins, between which delicate crow-quills traced hearts and flaming little Cupids, have now, bv the sway |of fashion, been yielded to the undisputed , possession of the humbler classes, who still interchange auch epistles mi (lie day in questi...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 10 February 1866

Bri.i.iAß»«.—As a great many proplr don't know how to play billiard*, wo rr.sko way for a description of the game from the pen of l>oeshck». in order that they may remain in ignorance no longer, lie say»: " A game cAbilliards consists of punching ivory balls about on a table covered with a green chith, that lo<>ks like f a.f an acre of meadow landwi'h an Indiana fence around it. The ballsare punched with long wooden )ramrods, with wax on the little end, to save tb« wood and leather from wearing out. — You take your ramrod and run some chalk on the table end, and then you 'ean over tt<e table; then you aq'iint; then you lift your left leg ; then you fiddle a little on your left hand with your ramrod ; then you punch your ball. If your ball hits tht other man's ball, you have done a big thin?, and you pok* a lot bf buttona that are strung on a wire. This i« all there is about a gam* of billiards. Anybody ran punch lillisrds. I I can, and may...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 10 February 1866

Hoa>a and W«g«a fkiikiif ■j PAPER HANQINQ. THF undetaigned having removed fmm hia old stand to *he hou* of Mra. ' ia now prepared to execute all order* enI trusted to hia care for Roqm and Wagoa Paietiag and Pafae Saagiag. CO.Xi>TA\TLY OX UJ.XD . A FULL ASSORTMrNT OF COLORS, ' mixed, for aale at city ratea. ' nTTertna invariably cash. 1 M-tf J NO, O'BRIEN. I | ! mourn* nvits 'I • INFORMS TUR PUBLIC I l That havtng aeeured the aervteea of i < T IBBT-OLABB TAILOK , ( . lie will be ready, on and after Februry Bth, \ TO MAKR TO ORt>Kll ! ' < J . Every Description of Oeatlf* I i 'I men'* Wear, i ' | jan2t i »! i i EXPRESS BALOOK. (J. SHORT, • • Propriotor. ( i coxsTAsrr.r ox haXn t I a tboica supply of .! r Winei, Liquor* and ftegarn. 1 Attached to the Saloon are two splendid »| nilXMßDT.iltfiFil. A ahare of public patronage la eo! let ted. 1 , jan2o-'6B-aa "| | pACIFIC CO'V. | » —or— SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. JONATHAN nt r NrrTPre*ident. ...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 10 February 1866

WIMHM. •-• - t rma tst th* msTwtTt comet or Ttfl 1 na**n«t Jm4WM «f *mi Cihfwiiw, in u4 far Uw UtMty atHMfcfc ruu Bumm, R«p«ki| t y Jon* Kantoun. PifraianL ~ v .',j* Action brought in Uw IMdiitl OmM nf J the Seventh Judicial DhMh of llilwirf California, i» and for the aaid OaMMp If Marin, and the Complaint IW Imh ! County of Marin at San R«M In dp dka of the CWrk of aaid Biatrial C«Hi nrwV i Tba rwplr of the Stata of Cllihlgfr mj arreting t« Joan Kmiopp, DiMwVii !» You are hrreby rvqutrad to afpaa*. Imm 'action brought agaiaat you h» tba„nbtfgt niord Plaintiff in tha DiaUict CnniMtf |k [Seventh Julie it I Dutrict of the ftkatggf California, in and for the Mid County .ai Mann, and to anawer tha Ifc* therein, (a copy «t which aeeooi panter, tbla n«ana>,) wti'Mn ten daya, (eaalw**# df lha dsy of aerrtoo,} alter Uw autMt nafdw of thi» autnmona—«f aeread ooanty ; or, if aor -ed nut of thla iml|. but within thia Judicial Dietrkrt, WW* twenty day* ; or If aet*rd oat Of Nil M)' m...

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fipnn Coudg Ipnrnal. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 10 February 1866

fipnn Coudg Ipnrnal. : PENARY 10, 1866. i I at~n4@72cTj 1,.f familyWTiuFo»ytA.—Thel fbttearlag estreat from a late speech bj Mr. VM* *&&*, i" th* House of Repreaen-j tMifN, wba IM tli* merit, or demerit, of i Ofßg«f*i th* prepo**4 Constitutional' aaeada*at puMilagfcr ea apportionment ■mum the States according to jpflHfl, will be read with interoet in MMi Beaaya: "California ki a population of 358,110 aad Vermont, S 14,309, and each haa three Reynantatiifi on this floor to-dav, But! Oil Mmli haa 107 ,000 votera, and Vermont' ha* 97,606. Amanita g voters as the basis kt apportionment, and allowing to Vermont thra* Representative*. California would be ea title* to eight. The population of Cal-1 Uornia would have but little more than two aad a half times the number of Representativeo t aad New York, with quite eleven Mwi the papulation of California, would M*la the new etyle of apportionment less i thsm flre times as man/ members of this ♦ .« ,—An Irishman catchi...

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EASTE&IHEWB ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 10 February 1866

EASTE&IHEWB ITEMS. I Among tbe Paet Offices designated for j moaey orders, to date from Febraary 6th , are San Franeiscdt Saoramento, Angcjlo% Nevada City, Marysville, San Jose, Sojnora and Stockton, all of California ; Port'paSd, Oregon Nevada : Salt Lake' I City, Utah: Denver , and Mountain City, j Colorado. 'l Application has been made to U. S. District Attorney D. S Dickinson, calling on him to proceed ag&inat the California, Or-: I egon and Mexican Steamship Company for the collection of the penalties prescribed byi law for ease* where steam vesaels have' more than the stipulated number of tiers of berths. In the Senate Mr. Sumner offered a rrtolution that in all the States lately declared in rebellion, there shall be no oligarchy, i caste or moaoply, invested with peculiar, privileges, and no denial of right on account of color, either in tbe Courts or at the ballot- box. Mr. Sumner gave notice that he should move this joint resolution as a counter prop...

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Letter from "Shadows." [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 10 February 1866

Letter from "Shadows." Nothing, nave inme marrying, a little borning, Home assaulting and battering, has >ee\rred with us since last I greeted you. I do not know that I shall be able to make much of a letter out of the above material, but as I have nothing else I must e'en be content. An itinerant preacher of my part of the West was once called upon to hold forth in a backwoods settlement, and took for his text these words : "Though after my death skin-worms destroy the hodr, yet in my flesh I see God." He divided his discourse into three parts, thus: First, the skin-worms; secondly, what they done; and thirdly, what the man seen when ho was eat up. Did I deem myself equal to the thirdly part of a dissection of the commodity from which I am to close this letter I would ccrtainly do so ; but I dont: therefore firstly, the marrying business Is brisk. My old friend Bill Swatta has gone and done it! Bill, the invincible, the invulnerable, the incorrigible Swatts is a married ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 10 February 1866

Wp would call the attention of our read* ers to the Grofpr k Baker B#wing 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 investigatt the merits of these before buying. "A word to the wise is sufficient. [021-ly —Nervous Debility can be radically cured by TVatU' Nervous Antidote. For sale hy riyman. • I

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Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 10 February 1866

Commercial. [Compiled from the Alta.] SAN FRANCISCO TRADE REPORT. Flour —Prices remain unchanged, and are as follow* : Extra, $7 00; superfine, $6 25 @6 75. | WHEAT-At $2 12(u2 25. ! t Barlet—ln light request. Quoted nominally at $l,lofe 1.15 100 lbs. Oats—Consequent up->n a good demand for export, pricca have advaaced. We quote at #2(32.0.5. | Hat —Quotable in cargo lota at prices ranging from $13 to $ 19. I Potatoes—Bodegas $1 05@$l 13; Petailumas $l,05(ftl,10. DAIRY PRODUCE— ' Butter —Choice to prime dairy roll is 1 qoutnble at 47(«50c tt>. Lard—ln 10-lb tins at 224 c ty lb. Cheese—Clear Lake at 25c.; other dariei at 23@25c \y lb. Eoos—At 35 ty doz. POULTRY—Market has ruled steady in prices. Chicken*—liens at $10, and Chickens at $7f" 8 \y doz. Dccks —At $ 12<7v 14 W doz. Oeksf.—At $4 Jf' pair. Turkeys—At 25(«;28c \y lb, as per quality. ' ! FRESH MEATS—Beef, 4(SBc.; Veal, 8(2 j 12c.; Hogs, 12CS 13c. W •♦>• SAN RAFAEL MARKET. [Corrected ...

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Arrivals at tlx: Marin Hotel. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 10 February 1866

Arrivals at tlx: Marin Hotel. Feb. 2. W Garrison and wife, Miss Iluey, T W Freelon, Edward linker. Feb. 3. Jose Garcia, Richard Magce, Jas Smith. Feb. 4. F E Valencia, Wm Lando. Chas Wilson. Feb. 5. C Conkcy, Jas Campbell. S Meflovern, M Scharp, M Shyer, T Heck, lli nj Flint. L Jones, II Strain, J It Pacheco, Ed Jack man. Feb. C. C W Howard, J It Gentz, Robert MeOill, T.con Ilaux, Robert Shearer, Jno It lledmond, S \V l'ayne, Mrs. l'ayne, Eugene I'ayne. It l'ayne. Feb. 7. O Jewell, Jas E Glover, William i Armes, .las Bennett, It MeGill, 11 Flint, 15 j T Winslow. Feb. 8. John J (irinter, Galen Burdell, E j Davis, Ja* Smith.

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BORN. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 10 February 1866

BORN. In San Rafael, on the 3d instant, a son to J Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Hall. At the Sais Ranch, same day, a daughter I to Mr. and Mrs. Gregorio Ocana. j

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