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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 24 February 1866

Chorts for a mau who has to ele *p ir. the fields—" Too rural ! Too rural! Ton rural I lav." *• Why i* kiasing a swccthrart Ilk* n!'r; ■oup with a fork ? it tak<s a long while to get enough of it. Fovxn it. —Gideon J. l'Ulow has found th« right side of the ditch ; he is building « Mhool house, and employing teachers for his former slaves. The general impression in NYashinj'on is that President Johnson w ,11 veto the Frr dmen's liureau bill, and th* ' n <r of th vet > message causes much hi cculatum. Vrru utv \hy Srßfir.i>v.—The San Jos? Mercury tells how that an Ii i-hrre.n'a rn v got choked on a po'ato. Mu k 7 l:avi:.i; •xhaustfd his surgical iagiwii'v.;' 't a couple of bricks nnd procei l"d to «n-a-«h the potato in the ar.irial's throat, lit- reduccd the "Murphy" and ulso kill :d the cow. jßßrsttr.M.— Thetel v' '"'h lus «up.pV. >d food for conversation to Arabs and .1 •" «. The f. »rmer look on these *vires wi'a tj\terious awe...

Publication Title: Marin Journal
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FF.ESIPEVT 3 POSiriON [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 24 February 1866

FF.ESIPEVT 3 POSiriON \ d -I'rnv >n f r, m tbe Virginia I • ji«l«■•jr ■ vi»: 'It! Fr -• j n* 1" '•••«. rr !«•!-. « . iivrre! tl. re- >lut; as a-p. vi: g bis p>l'. v. Sp.aii r1; 1,1 w.> ;. I Y:r t actvpvi she re-':.t o( th} cont at coo 1 faith, recogtti* /n« r.s -i> the:; -v-it • r -a*; ,•»•:! h•* 1 1 the pi ople w.• 1 1 us» tl e frt c J:r.ea justly, ll.e 1'..-,, lent r'; ... J. ispr--i:;g !.;» pi . - ur* «t tnfvting >0 inllucntial a delegation, fh ■ President's «pe cb to th# delegation from • .rg. l.t I.• _•. ..vurc 1 nvired ;• .- ; or'i.i.l «b 1. ..«:.»•• 1 :>j..cuou» « l ici, « ere tl ! .liow :i 4 : ..I (• .j. .. v nv'h r7 perso»-»l hut at t;.e l» mn.-j ol th-« r •nt gigantic Striisrje 'h »re » • ' I ne men North .11 1 >o'i*l - . I ' .sg: r :ml: w.a-, k i>» ip >n 'l anv!', hamai'Ti 1 daring *' e re!> • 111 •»• 1. »n l hr.s h 11 hammerwl ev>r -inee toe...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 24 February 1866

A I' I' UT >'. i U illvni, J »'»k ! 1(1: w'. > rn.'iJo yn ? l>o yr. Wii: :n, who was coii-ldtrr 1 a f>ol. >0!' w 1 up 1 .» ! ice, and looking in 1 su:np«i;'it hew ildrrcl, »lowly 1 s'pos' 1 " "That w;!I d>," *aid counselor (irav, r> I - i!»•» court. "The wirm>* *i ys In* »up;>o< •» M rnn de him. I hat c< rt in.lv n an iu* .I.' aawr, irrnr? tha-i I »up- ■ >: i l.iin cnji i >i' of giving; for :t sdiowi •lrit ! 1. »• •"•••■ flirt i i a of -c;*ur- . 'nit lin . i ! that i* i« i. >t «u<Ti' i' • i • '/! 1 i*> '• • <.v.,:a n< a \vitn?»i > :;■ 11.• f .[!.» >v; ] •»." ••Mr. .' . I.' fnid the '»«.!, "may I the law y i a ij ■" "Certainly," «aid f'.e jud^*. "V.'al. t'.it'i, Mr. Lawyer, who do you t'pn e ir.a If y-iu :" ••A Hon, I.• p >«a! 1 roun*»lor •;. :miA!'&amp...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 24 February 1866

EUKMONSk f T-NirF.n STA FFS OF AMFUIPA - t,/ Sr«r* of I'shtorni , t'our.tv «>f Mann. Jvistik.-.*' t \ ur:, ltohnas lo«n»!.ip. , It!' p'e o' thr Stxte of t'abfornia, to , H >N. Orrrtir.a: You are 1 I hen hv a«i'riinoii<-it to appexr b» for* me, at -nv o(!ir««. in the 1' dtn«« 1 ownahip of th» ' I'oiHiiy vf Mann on tbeiithda? of Fcbtu-j ' ar* *. n. 1 Ntiti. a! 10 nVlo. k'A. W., toan»we» uiiio the ron.p'aint of Stiattii* and Howard i«h< «tie xoti tur the anw <>f (Ini Hundtxl' and I'itte. n M.illar* ( * 11 .$.00) nile-rd to due »nd Fisiniitfi on a contiai t f.r money, 1 (fir 1 "i >re psitii-uhsr d-artipMon of kUip.i ti f. ren-.- ,an hp I (*•■( to the complaint! now 111 fi!p a' mv »ffier,) when judgmtnt 1 <> |1 1 e 'akin a£-nni»t you lot the «a.J amount i t.>»{i th r wi'h cos! and Uatiuge*, 1/ jou fail to appear and arstacr, I'itl i eiitT or «ttr ('instable of aaid' I' li'.ty, Or...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 24 February 1866

Home a-ad Wagoa Paiatimf —0 .. {» PAPER HANQINQ. *"* , "■ ■ » >7 US' K »' rpHK underFiinrd he»m| neHmdfcwtH 1 old itand In th» ho*«* of ftHdainta. , m now prepared h» ratrnto ill m#M (mated to bia rar* for be:.*''' H«» saJ Wtftm TValiftf tk hpir COXSTAXTLY OX HASU *» I A FULL ASSORTMENT Of COLORS, nnxed, for aala at city MM, fFTtrma inratiaUy eaah. «-tf iXO. OBMBN. ! ' EXPRESS SALOOI. j. snort, PHpmmnf* tMXSTAXTLV OX 11 AX J) * '"id a eholca aapply tf Wlnft, t.tquora n«4 RffMf.i''' Attarhcd to th« Saloon art two aplwtfl lIIMJIKDT.IRim ■* A ahata of public patronafa U hUM« janlo-'fl«.ar { I 4-A I ... . y "M in%ririr HM co«r» 11 *0t —or— , wi H SAX KHANCISCO, CAL. JONATHAN' RT7NTTp»*aM»a». ** ,T A. J. IIALSTOJf, liWHHyt* Inaur* a*atn«t loaa or •* Hmldlnia, MerrhandUa. Wimu4 other Peraonal Propaftj, 'APtTAI 777. tWMt*' ASSETS, Jan. I, Its* — .''l »» All Inaaea payable in 0. 8. o*l4 OMa. t THOU. H. tuwom, '<* A*ent at ban Raforl, Marin awMNp. ; janST-Om • 1 "! ■ rn...

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B—l,"' r j – – ■ – ggariy Cpitji |ournal. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 24 February 1866

B—l,"' r j - - ■ - ggariy Cpitji |ournal. SASBAI t /BtfItUARY 24. 1866. Am innMM ere quoted at 72j@73c. Yw* Mendocino Democrat has entered nya jfrfr tmtmd Tolaae. Til Bxprmi, published at Maryaville, will WMnM to Sacramento. —Maximilian'* bank iabusledj ■ar is ether worda, the Imperial exchequer it akiutei and from whence to replenish it It a sitter which ia puzzling hi« Imperial muchly! i-ihi < •• • .JMoao SvFrKAQB —In the Senate of the Uaited StatM Mr. Howard introduced an «flMadaent to the Representation bill, giv- 1 iaftba right of auffraga to all citizens of African descent who hare been enrolled in the Army and Navy who can read and write aia are possessed of property to the amount af twa hundred and fifty dollars. Coaavmow. —On Monday last Senator Forter offered resolutions in the Senate pre- 1 fcctd by an editorial article which appeared is the Flag on Saturday last. The article in toeatien esaevcratsa in very plain terms that eqp*»ttaoaton received $12,000 each f...

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THE P031T105 OF THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 24 February 1866

THE P031T105 OF THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY. I Fob forty years the Democratic party has been the ardent friend and worshipper of the institution of Slavery. Slavery rebelled against the authority of the government in 11861, when a Democratic President was yet in power, and neither he nor his party did aught to rebuke the treason or defeat the purposes of the traitors. Under the choice of the people, constitutionally made, Abraham Lincoln was inaugurated President of the United States. This was followed by armed rebellion, and from that hour down to Lee's surrender and the crushing of the rebellion, the Democratic party, in its organic action, | became as much the enemy of the government as those who took up arms against it. ; While the rebels erected their batteries in front, the Democrajic party erected theirs in ( the rear, and the fire from each upon it wan simultaneous, until both were forced to surrender to its power. This is, in brief, the ;position occupied by the Democratic party, ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 24 February 1866

The AsxtxvTioM Arsanomixt.—A correspondent of the Santa Rosa Democrat, writing from Sacramento, under date* of February sth, in speaking of the plot to annex a portion of Sonoma to Marin, says : "Their (the annexationists) probability of r success grow* buautitully less day by day. The member fn>m Marin has set hi* foot upon it with an emphasi* that makes the agitators tremble, and when the petition was introduced and referred, your humble ser-i p |vant presented and ..sked to have referred to 1 the same committee such an ovi rshudowing remonstrance as struck terror to the friend-, [of the movement. The chairman of the j "Committee on Counties and County ltoundatics" nays the idea is preposterous, but he I cannot speak for the whole committee. AnI other favorable circumstance is the (act that j several other counties are threatened in like' manner, viz: Colusi and Santa Cruz, pre-ci-ely similar, and Sacramento and Placer by the formation of a new county. In every instance...

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EASTEBH NEWS ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 24 February 1866

EASTEBH NEWS ITEMS. J The Richmond Examiner has been supi pressed by order of Gen. Grant. The ed | itors Henry Iltves and Pollard, having ini vited in vain the interference of the PresiIdent, have as a last resort, visited the Lieu-tenant-General who, after listening patiently to Pollard's representation, quietly informed ,| him he would receive any written communication addressed to him from Richmond. The suppression of the Examiner was done lin pursuance of positive orders from Genjeral (/rant, who announces his intention of suppressing all newspapers South which come out in »iinilar bcld denunciations of 'the Government. j Gen. U. E. Lee is is Washington, having been summoned to appear before the lleconj struction Committee. j In England it is rumored that Parliament will L.'asked to suspend the writ of habeas corpus in Ireland, to give the Government Ipower to deal with the Fenian conspirators. The President has vetoed the Freedinan's ltureau bill. It is also reported that the R...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 24 February 1866

! Nuw Gou> Diseovtuiiis.—The latest excitement is the discovery of new mines 011 the Columbia river, in Ilritish Columbia. I Concerning them the Alta of the 20th has J the following : Carriboo, which has heretofore been the ( ! great centre of attraction as a gold ti Id in ] Uiili h Columbia, has been entirely eelip-ed i by the late discovery of rich hurface divings, 'contiguous to the Columbia river 111 the, southeast portion of the Colony, about one' l degree north of the forty-ninth parallel of latitude. Although Williams Creek hav been, for its extent, the richest gold field in 'the world, yet it has never been popular with the miners simply because the dig-j gings were deep, expensive to prospect, aiul| [the leal unceriain and difficult to find. There was no such thing known in Carriboo j |as •' Poor Man's l)igging>." although many a poor man has been made rich by a fortunate turn of luek in thit region, The gold' ! however, was taken out by the few, while...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 24 February 1866

'i We would call the attention of our readera to the Grover & llsker Sewing Machines. I'hcir reputation is too well established for ,us to attempt a word in their favor, but would advise any persons wantin* a reliable Family Sewing Machine, to investigate the meri's of these before buying. "A word to the wise is sufficient. [021-ly —Nervous Debility can be ladically cured! by Watts' Nervous Antidote. For sale by llyman. • ■ j The Giik.it Hlood Muixcinrs.—Let every man. woman and child in our country learn, that LcDuyen's Family Medicines are the best in use. See advertisement else-i | where.

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Arrivals at tlie .Tlarin Hotel. 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 24 February 1866

Arrivals at tlie .Tlarin Hotel. 1 February 16th. Jose Garcia, i jC Mack, F Genaggi, < iC Castio, C 1) Davis, i S P Taylor. S J Wilcox, 1 17th. W J llenrv, I F Ca-ar.ueva, '21st. I P Schow, John J (irinter, I Louis I,erour& wife, J Crowell, 18th. G A Nelson, j Sidney Lmith, jr., I) \ McCare, WALando, J M Dcvue. 19th. 22 d. ] M I. Perego, J Hasting*, A 1$ lioynton, F N Woods, K C I'vhe, T W Freilon, Sll Throckmorton, EII Terry, O Jewell, C Mcdberry, W A Lando. John Nelson & wife, 1 2(*h. 1) G Marshall, S V Smith, S Parsons. I'

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Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 24 February 1866

Commercial. [Cotnp led from the l/M.J SAN* FIIAXCISCO MADE REPORT. Flock—Prices remain unchanged, and are i \as follows : Extra, $7 00; supertiae, $"5 25 | {n r> 75. I Whkat—At $2 17. Bahley — J| J ino \h%. Oats—We quote at 2,15. | Hay—Quotable in cargo lot* at prices ranging from $11 to $18. Potatoes—Bodegas $1 $1 13; Petalumas 1.12. { DAIRY PRODUCE— BfTTKa—Choice to prime dairy roll is qoutable at 42c It*. I<ard—ln 10-tt» tins at 22 Je j|' tt>. | Chrkse—Clear Lake at 25c.; other darie* i at 20(,i 22c * ll». E<)';«—At37(f'4oc Jf -1 doz. POULTRY — Both Chicken* and Duckt ha»p ruled higher, whj'e other de»criptions remain unchanged in prico*. Ciiicerxr—Hens at $11, and Chickens at ,s7c»B dor, I Dccm—Atfl2@lt f doz. Geese—At $4 pair. Turkey*—At \ff lb, as p«r itr. FRESH MEATS—Beef, 6(a9c.; Veol, SQ 12c.; Hogs, 12(a 13c. ty lb. SAN RAFAEL MARKET. [Corrected by E. Dubois.] FRESH MEATS— Beef, 8(a 12ic lb., Pork, 20c., Wmj and Bacon, 23c., Lard,...

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MARRIED. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 24 February 1866

MARRIED. In San Francisco, Feb. 19th, by Father Gallagher, E. M. Welch, of San Rafael, to Miss Ellen Rogers, of San Francisco. At I'etaluma, Fib. 17th, Fkliz Garcia to Miss Sarau Mekuioroz, all of Bolinoo Township.

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DIED. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 24 February 1866

DIED. Xcar Corvallis, Oregon, Roisert S. Lire* comu, agod 31 years. [The subject of the above notice was well known in this immediate vicinity, having re* sidt d I.ere for a short time in 1861-62. Doring his stay here he had endeared himself to many by his manly, upright and honesl course, and his friends will deeply regret hie demise. Stricken down in a strange land, in the early part of life, it seem* sad; bat the consolation that he haa made sincere friends who were with him during his but moments, is a source of consolation to his relatives which may somewhat alleviate the pangs occasioned by his demiso far away from home and kiudred. Deceased was o a member of Corvaiiis Lodge No. 14, F. k A. M., under whose auspices hie remaino were conveyed to the tomb and interred witli all the rites and honors of Free Masonry.]

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 24 February 1866

NE W AD VER TISEMENT\ J I S T It E C C I V E D — ALL KINDS OF — LADIES' DRESS GOODS. la const quence tf there being but old p»tpattens* Ln the ir.arket, I have not kept The above Roods, but upon the arrival of new »t) Its from Europe I hare laid in a supply which I offer tothe public ».t lowr rates. UOIiUIS lIYIUAfr. BAILEY'S S kooms, No. 717 Davis street, San Francisco. Choice Wine*and Liquors at Wholesale and Retail. fel7-3m BAR ROOM AND RESTAURANT FOR SALK. rplI L j undersigned offers far sale on r«a*» L unable terms the liar and Restauraat now occupied by him, adjoining the Market ot E. Dubois. The <»bo*e is a good stand, and a splendid run of custom is now estab-» lished. The rea>ou for selling is thit ih> proprietor is abi)tu leaving the State. Fot furtiier information apply at this office or to the undersigned on the premises. fel7-Gw PIERRE VIEJ. House and Wagon Painting — ANll PAPER HANGINQ. rpIIE undersigned having removed from his X old st...

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TOWI AID COUNTY IHTELLI'jSXCE. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 24 February 1866

TOWI AID COUNTY IHTELLI'jSXCE. (County Journal. SAN RAFAEL : : FEURUARY J* ISO 6. Rauotors. —Iter. Wm. Gordon will hold 4ivin* service at the Public School House in pl«c« to-morrow at 2 o'clock r. m. — - Bos.au op ScraavisoHs. —The Uoard of Supervisors will hold an adjaurued mee'.ing ob Monday, March 5 th. * Admitted. —On the 21st inst., llradley Hall was admitted to practice in the United State* District Court. Patented. —Patents have teen received for the "Berry" aud "lluulinaa" ranchos, located in this county. » - Sckvey Confirmed.—The fin.il survey of the "Garcia" rancho, was approved in the Uaited States District Court, on the 21st, upon motion of Dradley Hall, Esq. ■ Takb it all Hack.—ln our last issue upon the authority of a correspondent at! Olema, we made mention of a party of men, who were "on a time,' ui which they were represented as being disorderly and behav-{ tag in a disgraceful manner. We are as- 1 •ured that our correspondent's statement «-s>, incorrect ...

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