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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 24 February 1866
A. HEOCK :.ke« th.s meh'-d of informing the i. citizen* of M trrn county that he has on hand an l rfers fjr sale the largest snd best ►elected stock of genertl merchandise erer brought to this m.irket, which he will sell at prices which cannot ia;i to »uit. My stock consists in part of fancy and staple DRY GOODS, Dt'laitis.Priui*,Skirting,Cheek* Fine and Heavy Clothing, Bootx.Miooaml Bro^ann. Linen Shirts, Collars and Undorwcar, Hats :ni&lt;l &lt; Hoops and Ba'moral Skirts, A Great Variety of Millinery Goods, Ladies', Misses' and Childrens'Gaiters, Cloves and Hosiery, Blankets and Wall Paper, Groceries Provisions, Wines, Liquors, Tobacco, Hirlwaro, Queeasware, Cutlery aul Tinwaro. Stationery &amp; Yankee Notions. Coal, Polar, Machine and Neatfoot Oil, A :t MUNITION, Perfumery, Soap &amp; Toilet Articles, Together with many other articles adapted; to the wants of the public, too numerous to m -ntion. All the above goods have been bought for cash, and w...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 24 February 1866
a. r. watkimk, till* *. «;», WATKINS &amp; WISE, .1 rrvit \t rs a t la ir. ()rtwe in Punthiif, Kelly &amp; Co'e. Building. corner of Sarranicnto and Ui&gt;nt(«inrij street#. Mn Frucixo, [nil ti B.W. MC KIMTtT, W. VAK Vi uHUlll. McKINSTHY Jk VOOKHIES, Attorneys &amp; Counselors at Law, 434 Jackson Nlrrrt, bitl3 3m SAN FIUNCISCO. HIRAM AUSTIN. COIXTY SC R V E YOR, OFFICE ONE DOOR NORTH OFTHE Court Huu»e, San Rafael. ' mh!2 ly-ak THOS. H. HANSON, ATTURXF.Y AT /..lII'. -AM.- | X O T A R Y r l' BLIC, SAX RAFAEL, MAUIX CO., CAL. MIADLKY HALL, ATTORXKY AT LAW, — t.\p— sotary rrnuc, I SAX RAFAEL, MARIN CO., CAL. i may * K. B. MAHON. ATTORXKY AT LAW, -AVII — .VOTARY I'C 8 LIC, SAN RAFAEL. MAIUN CO., CAL. ! june 6 Valuable Krai E«tatc PRIVATE SALE. rjlHB und( r»izned will aell for cash, or ex■ j 1_ change for Stn Ftanc.sco proptrty, the tullo * ing valuable REAL ESTATE, 1 1 j ing in San Rafael: The It rick Itiiilriin? ti'ii .idjoinining the Marin Hotel, now use...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 24 February 1866
HOLIDAY PRESENTS! ; WATCHER. WOLD A .&gt; l&gt; lILTBB ' American, English, and Swiss WATCHES, Just Received On Commission, With instructions to tell Regardless of Cost. . Th&lt;-ae Watches bring consigned to •«, with orders to aril at one*. 1 will dupoee af thens at HALF THE CSCaLSAN FRANCISCO I'ltlv ES. Thia ia an opportunity to obtain a WOOD WA ICII AT FAR LBSSI 111 AN 11*S VALI'E, never before offered in thia city. Every Watch is fully guaranted. Stnt to any part of the State, and the Pacific Coast, by express, with bill for collection on delivery. Watibes repaired at Near York prioea. C. E. COLLINS, 602 Montgomery Street, San Franciaeo, Exclu.ive Agent for tba American NVatch Factory. [nll-lia-l CALIFORNIA VIEWS | —I OH T*B—STEREOSCOPE AND ALBUM Over 1.000 d IT. rent I'hotographie viewa ALL NEW and full of intereat, Illustrating I (he different proce.aea of mining in Qold, Silver, Copper, Quicksilver, Jkc. The beau- ; tiful scenery of The Yoat niite Vall...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 24 February 1866
DR. W. D. THIN QUE, f/ § jbh|^hh A p ss 'GO I ~ . m OFFICE, PIKXNIX BLOCK* t Mmim lir*«i, PtltUai l) KSPECTFVLLY «ftn Ma | ll»ilim| || to the p*Ufc 4a tka |IM&lt;mli •II tranche* cl hU I IF r#»ih extracted in tka eoafeutdad ■&gt;•••( eoentifle manner t •!&lt;*, IM aad cleaned in ike latent and moat, MMMOT * atTle. Teeth InmtH oa heahlifr !&gt;&gt;», Te«lh adaptrd An Q«u», PItTtRA, IttTM and VcLCAurr* PuuftMi Miwfti to a whole aet, and all itwiw mt mTn4 •nd (iwni (iHltd and rwrvd, WMtk lady i experience in my proMtn, aad kaetef brrn connected with anmaat tkt Am Mi itutione in Hi* United Mtetro, I M aaMMad of tang able to give Pawner tUvteVweiMfr to thu»e oho may far«* aw *M IMP pte ronage. both a* regard* work and prteai. mySMy » I f WHITK * IAUM, .♦ GENERAL NEWS AGENTS, i 41 Waahington Btreat, San flriMiaM. [VSubeetiptioaa iceeieed tor all the Ma* Franciaco Dailieo, nt publiakera' pi If. dera for Poatage atampa and Tltiwd Amp nue atampa filled...
b [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 24 February 1866
b fonntal. Iriebmep humble the haughty gjljat ®f En^b&amp;Atkwjr ehain forever the gloty WjMudto twf wn."—[Elegant Extinct frM a Lctdtr in tbe Irish People, a Fenian Jountflao* extlact. Anal rboyea, gallant Payman*! Away Uaokffc* Ma/funi* fw». &lt;£§4 wfcvoice of glory callin'l Arrab, liad It ydur long ear*; ,L«v* workin' for your families, and bouldly t we'll chain tbe glory of Ould Qlreland to tbe atari! M— long by murdherin' Saxon* ye're beon 4i j, tknunpled under fut, doors of riyal mansions in your! wiiivJteet bare been ahat; J«t ywn'U see bow quick they'll open to fc*i."Vaa, galls at sons of Mar*, ma ye'va gone and chained the glory of Oald olreland to the atars! .»49fU] i&gt; , Ye bear thim Saxon* braggin* they've got * Incqme Tax to pav. And begWia ! 'tie an insult ye're not taxed the Mine as they ; £■&lt; ye're shure to get your rights, boys, &lt; whin ye show your honor'd scirs, Afltar etutfnin' up the glory of Ould Oireland to the s...
gm • f ixrom wi« au/i.j ,iioV|, -Tilie a Drink. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 24 February 1866
gm • f ixrom wi« au/i.j ,iioV|, -Tilie a Drink. fFrom the Colusa Sun. 1 ' a IW course ! Take a drink ! TemStrfo tOrieties are Very well in their tjtd. do a great deal of good ; but , you know, thejr are for those who themselves away. Hep-; that need to reform. It, uat right for a man to throw himself awajandbe a rtgular whisky-swiller I and beer-guzzler —of coursc not. It looks bad. But there are times when it It jwnbctly proper for a man—even jgWHeperftnce man—to take a drink.! IMmf you first get np in the morning,' ypo take a drink—that's your " eyej opaner." Then you wash your face, | •Nib Jflfo hair and then take a drink "cob-web eradicator." Yoo take a turn in the atreet, take n ' miff or two of morning air, and then to COdntA&amp;ct tbe eril of miasma, you A drink—tbut'a your "cold pre-: Tben yon start for breakfast, before sitting down, you take, ym* regular drink. The drink you tfem take is to promote digestion and' aid yoM.-tywUb. Soon after breakfast ; joa settler ...
Tho Law of Newspapers. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 24 February 1866
Tho Law of Newspapers. 1. Sut«cr'.bers who do not give express notice to the contrary, are considered aswishing to continue their subscription, i 2. If pubseubers ordrr their papers discontinued wi'hout paying t;p, publishers may icontinue thnn until all arrears are paid. 3. If subscribers neglect or refuse to take their pap'-rs lr&lt; :n the ofiiep or plp.cp to which i thtv are sent, tbi-y are responsible until they | settle uvtir bills and give notice todiscontinur ' thrni. 4. If subscribe" move to other places without informing the publisher, and the paper is -ent to the fur mer direction, they ar* i held responsible. o. The courts have ebcirbd that rtfusing to take r. paper e r pi nodical from the office, 'or removing ae.d leaving if uncalled fftr, is : prima evidence of intentional frand.
United States O.Ticinl Directory. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 24 February 1866
United States O.Ticinl Directory. | Prrsitl r'lt ANDUEW JOH.NSO* i Yirr I'ri ■i !■ ' ,S(, ( f s Wm. 11. Seward ! &lt;&gt; &lt;■* tf r Ti ram ;/ McCulloch :.V rrrt'ir:, ';/ !!".♦•* J-dwill M. Stanton .N ut&gt; •/ &gt;■/ ti ■ fiidcon Wfllrs Sr;r&lt;'■:}&gt;/ if t/.r Interior llnrlni* /'&lt;•*' r.- C»Villiflm Denninos .!'• ■, n &lt;1 I!/ ?, -ill Jnnip* Spn»-d
Reeling ol' tliO Courts. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 24 February 1866
Reeling ol' tliO Courts. ict ' ii'it, (7ili J'it!&gt;ial District.) J. li. Sirii'l.nrd, J&gt;; — 1-f Monday in March, Ju \ as.'l I'ltird Monday in November. Cmtilfi/ I'nirt Hi.'l I'ri.'inte ('(jlif'. GfO. Stole, Judge.—Thud Mondny in March, Juno, Siptdiibfr an J Dt ci-rr.ber. Hoard oj'Suj.erviwrs.—l»t Monday in February. M iv, Anj'M and Novemher.
! County Oilicial Directory. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 24 February 1866
! County Oilicial Directory. Ilist ict Ju t:e J. 15. Southard &lt; 'nilllhi Jirlirr .Geo, Steelfe . Disti l': Attvr.it &gt;/ IJradlry Hall Sheriff'. John Gannon I'mlt r Sherif I'. K. Austin^ ('nmity &lt; Danirl T. Taylot Ih/iuti/ Count'/ Clerk John Reynold* ' Triii■■ a- r - J. 1). Hulli* Siirrri/nr Hiram Austin ,Iw&lt;v.r Daniel Smith I Sli/ii'i iilft 'ifli ht &lt; f .N'chuoh.... J. W. Zuver PnKhe A'ininiist rotor... .Geo. \\*. Freeman \ floarrl of Supervisors... .1.. K. lialdwin, 0.I W. llurhank. (Jhas. S. FairfaxJustices of the Peace: S in Rafael—T. Mahnn, J a*. M. Waitt. [ Novato—J. G. Ilaven, It. W. Osgood.. S»n Antonio—\Y. F. Ramsey, N. Nuck-old-i. ! I'omales—Thns. J. Abies. Nica-io—Aaron Sc-hroyer. I'unta lti ve? —(J. I'drsnns, J. T. Stocker. 1? .lina-i—l). Wheeler. J. Almy. Saucilito—D. Clingan, M. Tierney. &lt; 'onttahles: ! San Hafarl—O. C. Hawkins. Novatn—ll. T? Jones. j S:»n Antonio—J. liradley. | Tomales—\V. Vanderbilf, W, ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 24 February 1866
LeDoyen's Family Medicines. LkDO YEA'S Sarsaparilla, Yellow Dock, lodine Alterative, FOR PURIFYING THE BLOOD ? Gives Life to the Llvrr, Slomarh, KitliM'ys, Heart, Womb, tSladdcr, \cnes, &lt;&gt;I:iikls, Blood, arrow, and ISoiacs. liol&gt;OVK&gt; T X Vegetable Cathartic Pill*, .. * .11:1: v i rriurs rn rsic. They invigorate, Cleanse, an I l'utify ; It ■irulate the Secretions and Livi r; Mild anil Easy of operation ; Correct (Vntiwncm • Prevent Diuriliu,'. Dysentery, Piles, SpHMiis, Colic, Rheumatism. LoiX &gt; V Celebrated 9'ye Water, Foil at.l Infi.amatjox or Tin. Kv llam.sKyk I.ins, OltANl'I.AIt LIIIH, WKAKNF.S.S. CoMIS, DItOIM'INO or Tkaih, Won*im, lxjrnius. Congestion, Am- ( At iuiKis, WEAK Nkhvks, Catah act, Ikhitation, Ice., Ceo,, &amp;c. It Saves Money, Time and Eyes. DAVIDSON'S Oii'c.'iixKiuii Hloom, A Dr.i.ininrn, Hf.aittifieh ask Pkf.sf.kvkh OK Til R COMPLEXION and Skin. This is a most delightful and refrrshins; liquid bloom f...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 24 February 1866
$11,000. f ly EARLY ELEVEN THOUSAND OF W HEELER W I L S 0 N'S SEWING MACHINES Have been told on the Pacific Coast since the agency was established in San Francisco; and the L A R (j E and IXCRE A S I X G sale of the«e TIACHIMvS proves how fully the public are convinced of the superiority of WHEELER $ WILSOXS SEWIXG MArinyEs ' Over ail Others, For Ci ene r a I Use. A LARUE IXVOICE OF THESE MA CIIeXES I i WITH LATE IMI'RO VEMEXTS, JUST RECEIVED. j Call and Examine them, Or Send for a Circular. J. H. HAYDEN, Agent, Office corner of Montgomery and Sacrmcnto streets, San Francisco. mh I FIRST PREMIUM FAMILY SEWING MACHINE. CROVER &amp; BAKER'S ELASTIC STITCH SEW I N G M A CHIN E Awarded a Silver Medal by the Mechanics' Institute and First Premiums on Work and Machines at the California and Oregon State Fairs for 1860. I | IT IS THE BEST FAMILY MACHINE, BECAUSE TT IS TIIR Simplest, Most Durable, Easily Learned, SEWS PROM THE ORIGINAL SPOOL.' THE ONLY MACHINE THAT j EMBROIDERS, ' i...
DJarin Coimtij |ourn:J. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 3 March 1866
DJarin Coimtij |ourn:J. By JEROME A. BARNEY. Far Terms, Bites of Advertising, etc., m« fourth pags. Our Agents: THOMAS BO\CE San Francisco t. P. FISHER H. T. JOKES Novato B. JACK M AN \ica&gt;i« L. DEXOS Reed liancho BEN J. W1RE,........... California Citv CHAS. GREY San Uuentin SATURDAY : : : : : MARCH 3.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 3 March 1866
Suicides by charcoal have been unusually numerous this season in Paris. ♦ No less than forty propositions have been | made in both Houses of Congress to amend the Constitution of the United States. j Pcb. Docs. —Hons. \Ym. Higby and John Bidwell have our thanks for various Congressional documents. s~s Hi?r*y W aki) Blecueii in a speech sustains the President in his veto of the Freedmen's Bureau bill. Tiiankb.—We are under obligations to' "W- £. Lsomis, newsdealer, San Francisco, fir late copies of the New Orleans Picayune, together with various pictorials. ♦♦♦- Pkbsk News Items.—Such is the heading a contemporary ptaees over his paragraphs. We presume he intends to intimate that they require to be taken cum grano tmha / — Tmb new U. S. revenue steam cutter Lin-! toln, which is to be stationed at l'ugctSound, arrived at San Fiancisco on Saturday last from Baltimore. Iw the fiscal year ending June 30th, ISGS.J "iha Miut and Branch Mints of thd Unitedi States coined in gold, silver and...
TEE FKZZDrZS'3 EUELAU Bl' L I THE VETO BT PRESIDENT JOB lON. BPEECHE3 BY PRE3IDE!?? JOM3ON A!TD [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 3 March 1866
TEE FKZZDrZS'3 EUELAU Bl' L I THE VETO BT PRESIDENT JOB lON. BPEECHE3 BY PRE3IDE!?? JOM3ON A!TD The following is a tyuopsU of the Freed men's Bureau ii.il, recently vetoed by th President : The (ir«f section extends the act of Marcl the 3d, IhuJ. I ntil otherwise provided, th liurrau to have the supervision of the frenl men in a'.l par's of the United State-j th President to divid : tha country into ex ceeding twelve dUtnets and ap piiiiit A sii, tant Commissioner- in each, or det-.il orticer of the arn-.v for tha* puipos-. The second section directs n aub-divisior not exceeding the numVer of counties ii each State, with an agent, is ailower two ileikis, and extends mili'ary j.r teetioi to all agents or employes uf the Bureau. Sec. 3 authorises :!,* uf War tc issue ];rovi'ions, clothing, fuel, and othei supplies, induding tr.uispoitation, to tin destitute, uuder the rules and regulations hi may direct. Sec. 4. T!:e President is authorized to reserve, und'T th - llome-t- ad law, unoc...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 3 March 1866
.... —i-j "DEID DOOX* FOMETOI TO nSaOS.' 1 l'ha following U tha lubitMtf if Fw&gt;' K j**?'• article in the Philadelphia ftwp, which explain, the paaaagai* tha fraaWiilV* ■(' " *■:'.} vb - Whili MMiiooh fri««4»«t &lt;tIM M / r * **•*&lt; ofur rending the *wto tW Mm•• d !•«&gt;:. tit* Copperhead palitfetena la «n4 «■» bjr the diaWynl gfcK inenta in that city, were celebrathg tit '6»° 'fntwiilijtftK tawiultuaaa aa NM ttk* which the »ec«iM«n aympatbuera km would hav? ha led tjir entrance ofieff D.*la » ;nta th» capital «f the t'wtted "mn aft* &gt; the tuiHi# ot Dull Uun. B«m MfrfT *7ll|i , ff" ha J adjourned the Star actenade w&gt; the Vi.»ident, and latt»4 c»ini nn a Ui.»l of iuu»ic, tdtawed bw rtntwl two hundred p-| 'r —iM-d nl lVi&gt; PnatdidFi" tnanaion. Hi* Kteetlency &lt;ft*tAi*d to a »|&gt;eech, but »am&lt; body wr»M&gt;wi tbat JHL, would addre*# the public on Thura4&amp;7 «*en«*g. T ...