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jprif Cfsmttg |onmal. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 3 March 1866

jprif Cfsmttg |onmal. «AW>A j|nr, « t t'MARCH I. 18ft6. i" TA ttto of the Freedmen'a Burm is thr all absorbing topic of the day. The Executive and LegislsttfjTJepartmente of our government are Mfiinniitin and the rebels are jubilaat* hoping there may yet be found a •how from the pelting atorm their freasoaible acta haa exposed them. Their delusiori undoubtedly will be of short duration. Although the President has boo*'slow to turn away repentant rebels, he ha* manifested a stern requisition of proof that they who asked were proper subjects for executive clemency and pardon. We think that when the people of the United Statea have fully eauidared the extraordinary and dangetfbtts powers the bill places in the bands of the President, they will not only concur with him and sanction his 1 '* •»' 'a course, but applaud hia wisdom and utaelflsh patriotiam. Below we give a brief synopsis of •otto of the provisions of the bill: TW bill provide* for the extension of the Frssdsnan's...

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

Taa Ooaaurno* Casb.— 1). O. Me Cartky HQ! languishes in prison at Sacramento. wUUmv b« bed been *«nt for contempt of £• tf"** in refuting to answer certain propounded to him by that bodj ta regard to the question of bribery aa stated labia paper, the Hag, that teven Senator* j Wdnocived certain moniea to vota against Iho Mpccl of the Specific Contract Act. Aa attempt was made to get him discharged aa a writ of kabmu corput, but (ailed. (*. lw McDonald, says McCarthy is the vietim j «f tcoacpiraey—that the cauae of his inmuntion is a plot of bankera and money liahafa who are endeavoring to crush him. ||TIM Mac time poor McCa< hy languisheth ia calaboose. Alas! alas!! ♦ «» laniTlT Law.—The bill far maintaining fee parity of the ballot-box by preventing fcaaialcat voting, baa paaaed both branches «f oar Legislature, and only awaits the appnval aad signature of Governor Low to taiaaMarlow. Wo hove carefully scanned provisions of the Mil, and aHhoogh there (f it* features that...

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EIBTERV IEWB ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 3 March 1866

EIBTERV IEWB ITEMS. It ia asserted thst tbe President will, in a few daya laaue a peace proclamation. There , ia no doubt but that Secretary Stanton'e resignation is in the banda of tbe Preaident, the Secretary having directed all pending business of the Department to be hurried up, to receive aignaturea. A atrong pressure ia making for the appointment of Francis P. Blair. Jr., Secretary of War. The principle objections againat the Secretary of the Treaaury's Loan Bill, in the opinion of a majority of Congress, are, that there ia ample proviaien without further legislation for the funding of every dollar of tbe floating debt, and no necessity exists whatever for a loan for that or any other purpose. Alexander H. Stephens addressed the Georgia Legislatnre on the 22d, saying the great object of his life is now the restor-, ation of peace and prosperity and constitu-j tional freedom. He invites all to co-oper-j ate and tells them the first duty is ths cul-1 tiva.ion and the exercise of...

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DIED. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 3 March 1866

DIED. Near Olema, Feb. 23, Minerva, daughter of D. W. and Caroline M. Wheeler, aged three years and five days. "Suffer little children to come unto me, for of such is the kingdom of Heaven." At his residence, near Olema, Feb. 25th, Don Rafael U. Garcia, aged 75 years.

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

—Nervous Debility can be radically cured by Watts' Nervous Antidote. For sale by Hyman. • Thb Great Blood Mbdicixrs.—Let every msn, woman and child in our country learn, that LeDoyen's Family Medicines are the best in use. See advertisement elsewhere.

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Arrival* at the IHaria Hotel. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 3 March 1866

Arrival* at the IHaria Hotel. Feb. 23. C D Fslson, R I, Taylor and wife, O M Button, I) N McCarl, F M Adams, John McDonald, A Luthwaile, A Southward, John Nelson, \Vm S Finlev, Geo C I'arsons, W J Downie, F Murray, Charles Wilson, Feb. 27. F*b. 24. C Medberry, Mr. McCreed It wife, C T Williama, S V Smith, P Murphy, S Richardson, C S l'ftrsons, E H Terry, Juan Garcia. — Hastings. Feb. 23. Feb. 25. A D Eaikoot, Wm McGee, Jas Dixon, M R«:ha'p, It Roberts, M S Hustin. John Pcach, Feb. 20. G A Nelson. J T Stoeker, S R Throckmorton. C F Hall. March 1. . O L Shafter, F Johnson, C W Howard, E Shearer, J E Abbott, L Foster, N H Olda, B Henderson, E F Cook k wife, C Hubert, J<>*e Garcia, H Vincent, C S Abbott, M Scharp, E Davis. M Leon. [Compiled from the AUa.]

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

Commercial. SAX FRANCISCO TRADE REPORT. Flock—Prices remain unchanged, and are it* foliow* : Extra, $7 00 ; superfine, ftf 25 (3>6 75. Wheat—At f2 15(??2 15. B\at.ET—ll,o7 for brewing; 9oc(??ftl {p 100 tbs. for feed. Oats— Wequote at $2,10(r?2,20. Hat—Quotable in cargo lot* at prices ranging from $13 to $19. Potatoes—Bodega* $1 10@$l 12; Petalumas $1,074. DAIRY PRODUCE—Ha* ruled steady in piices. Putter has advanced 2c tb on previously ruling rate*. Egg* are a fraction lower. Bvttbk—Choice to prime dairy roll is qoutabl* at lb.; packed 40c & tb La*d—ln 10-tb tina at 294 c 4f lb. Chbrms— Clear Lake at 25c.; otbtr da net at 2<*C*2ic W tb. Roo«—At 15(»374e & do«. POULTRY-r lien* at $10, and Chiokena a* $r, ( „ n w do« Ducia--AttlI(S»lI «f.da« ! OIMS—At f« f p*ir. . I TctKira—At 20@22e lb, as per quality. . i FRESH MEATS—Beet 4@Bc.; Vial, 5@ 1 10c.; Hop, 12(a13c. W lb. | BAN" RAFALL MARKET, j [Corrected by E. Dubois.] , FRESH MEaTS— Beef, 8@...

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

SUMMONS. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA-— State of California, County of Marin, Set. Justices' Court, Bolinas Township. The People of the State of California, to ! WM. HENDERSON, Greeting: You are hereby summoned to appear before me, at my office, in the Bolinas Township of the County of Marin on the 24th day of February a. d. 1860, at 10 o'clock a. m., to answer I unto the complaint of Shatters and Howard ! who sue you for the sum of One Hundred and Fifteen Dollars ($115,00) alleged to be due said Plaintiff's on a contraetfor money, (for a more particular description of said claim reference can be had to the complaint now on file at my office.) when judgment will hejtaken against you for the said amount ! together with cost and damages, if you fail ! to appear and answer. To the Sheriff or any Constable of said County, Greeting : Make legal service and due return hereof. Given under my hand this Third day of February a. i>. 1806. D. W. WHEELER. Justice of the Pease of said Tow...

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

IjTST BECEITE9" —all una ar— LADIES' DRESS OOODg. I In consequence of there being but aid p*t~ patterns in the market, I hare not kept the above foods, but upon th« atrival of new atylea from Europe I have laid in • sup* ply which I offer to the public at low rates. I MORRIS HYfIAN. BAILE Y'S I SA3IPLE ROOMS, ' No. 717 Davis street, San Franciaoo, Choice Wines and Liquors ' at Wholesale and Retail. fel7-3m BAR BOOM AND RESTAURANT FOR HALE. underpinned offers for sale on re«a* onable terms the Bar and Reataurant now occupied by him, adjoining tbe Market of E. Dubois. The above is a good stand, ind a splendid run of custom ia now eatab* lished. The reason for selling ia that the proprietor is about having the State. For further information apply at thia office or to the undersigned on the premises. fel7-6w PIERRE VIEJ. House and Wagon Fainting —AND— PAPER HANQINQ, rpHE undersigned having removed from hit X old stand to the house of Mrs. Skidmore, is now prepared to execute all ordera ...

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TOTTM AID OODTTT HTELLIGEHCE. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 3 March 1866

TOTTM AID OODTTT HTELLIGEHCE. gtaxin Cantitp fonrnal. BAN RAFAEL : : MARCH 3. 1866. Cocutt CocnT.—The March Term of the County Court will ommence on the 19th. 1m Limbo.—Victor Ortega is an inmate ol the Napa jail. On the 28th the Assembly endorsed the policy of Congress by a vote of 47 to 26. Boako or Suraarisoiu. —The Board ol Supervisors will hold an adjourned meeting •a Monday next. Distbict Cocbt. —The Marsh Term o( the District Court will commence on Monday next. Dibs Hard.—The Journal and Argui "kills bad" on the County Boundary question —it comes out blubbering thst Mr. Old* was pledged to the division. We bet thst paper "that skillet," that such is not the case Mr. Olds is a man that neither money nor promises can buy ! PuasoMtL. —Ike M. Hall, who was the Union Candidate for District Attorney in this county at the last general flection, has assumed tns control of the Gazette, published at Seattle, King county, Washington Territory. Wb are indebted to Hon. John Bidwell -for t...

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

ATTENTION! RELIABLE SEEDS. EDWARD E. MOORE, 425 WASHINGTON STREET, SAN FRANCISCO. The undersigned, a practical Agriculturist, is now • repared to supply the wants of Merchant*. iianchmtn and all others, by wholesale or retail, o. such seeds is will not disappoint those who use them, ss our seeds after using the utmost care in (heir selection in getting them true to their kind. We have suitable grounds prepared to test the different varieties, so as to insure their entire reliability. The assor.ment consists of All kinds of Vegetable Seeds, All kinds of Flower Seed*, ; All kinks of Grasa and Red and White Clover Seeds, Also Alfalfa and Lucerne. Evergreen Seeds, natives of California and adjacent State*. All kinds of Trees and Shrubs, All kinds of Flowers in their Season, All kinds of Bolba in their Season, Strawberry and Rnspbery Plants The subscriber deenr.s it superfluous to nsme every article for sale, but merely renarks, that no one has a superior assortment, and no one will deal...

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

i ttut s. vtn WATKINS & WISE, ATTORNBTS AT LAW. - Ofic* in OtNMkw, Kelly 4 Co'a. Build inf. cottier af S*m«Nt. tai Mottfoww] ban Frutim, [«UI l.w. MC IHITtT. V. TAX TOOUIU McKINSTRY At VOORHIES, Attorneys ft Counselor! at Law 434 Jackua street, ■yl» 3w BAN FRANCESCO. HIEAM AUSTIN. COUSTT SURFE TOR, OFFICE ONE DOOR NORTH OF THI Court House, San Rahul. mhl2 ly.ak THOS. H. HANSON. AtTORSEY AT LAW, —AND— NOTARY PUBLIC, SAN RAFAEL, MARIN CO.. CAL. BR ADLEY li ALU ATTORNEY AT LAW, —AWONOTARY PUBLIC, SAN RAFAEL, MARIN CO., CAL. may 2 E. B. MA HON, ATTORNEY AT LAW, —AKD— NOTARY PUBLIC, SAN RAFAEL, MARIN CO., CAL. June 6 . Valuable Ileal Estate PRIVATE SALE. The undcr»i*ned will tell for caah, or ax* change fr>r San Frsnciaco property, tin following valuable REAL ESTATE, lying in San Rafael: MTtae Brick Building adjoinining tha Marin Hotel, now used a* a Saloon and Printing offico. —ALSO— > The Frame Building situsted on Main atroat, immediately *UL opposite...

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

HOLIDAY niBTOIB] ; WiTCWI. OOLD AND IILTBB > ABMrioiß, Bnglloh, sad Bwl* WATCNII, jJuat r.<cti*td Ob rwiniim. J With inatractioiio to aoM Regardlcaa of Cbft k | Theae Watehea being ioui|M4 to m% , »ilh order* to Mil at o«m, I viU • th+aa at HALF THE USUAL SAN PRAM CISCO PRICES. Thia uaa | to obtain • GOOD WATCH At PAR LESS than irs value, biw Mm ofm^ in thia city. Eeery Watch U folly gnaraatad. Sent to any port of tho Statu, nod tk* ' Pacific Coaat, by tipma, wiU hill for aoltaction on delivery. Watchoa repaired nt Nov York ptiaae. 0. E. COLLINS, 60S Moatfomary Stmt, Son Pronoiaeo, Excluaive Afont for iba dmotioaa Watei Pnotory. (iildo4 CALIFORNIA VIKWt —roa ruSTEREOdCOPE AND ALBUM Over 1,000 diibvoot Photographic eiaara ALL NEW aad full of lateraat, tllaatratiag tbo diffaropt proooaaoa of saining la Gold, Silver, Coppar, QatoboUver, bo. The bean* tiful scenery of Tho Yoeemit* Valley, * Tbo Mammoth Traaa of Calaveras Co., Moontala Lakaa and Watarfklla, Mountain...

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

•»»••!. *«tal**a II E »r to tU'p«wTL A. >srs •II UmAM « Ma or twa mm i> tfwvajfcjr** »Oat K»MtHk MMWI Ail M^S kSB^Bc Taath >4lf»< M Otu, SmiJCR »4 Vfteunn Fun, ta« t mmmjUm to • wfcife Mi ud «N Amm rflhfiwfc aod Oum traotod aod wit Vln kH (iiiMimii la «t pNMik aaliUß b»#o wuwMWil «k HM«( ewTwflHC nfltMhi tha B»m I M MMM of Ma« *V)« t* fHt hwMTllfMilibv to thoaa wKo my hw at with «Mr aa*» nat|t. bath m Mguda *«km 4 WHITE * IAIHMf GENERAL NEWS AUKS^g 411 WukUftoa Stmt, 8m VfcaMfejVfcai Utthiriptfwi nwlwifciiM Ailm. Fmmlmo Ihllhi. at pabMahara* pttM An wwrtw pallkdMOaaai»M f OTHw liirti iwlwi lytwymiiiii .itH| -■■ ; -• • j '- :^ l!;,|fc Poor Ptoplt Takt Hottest J — 0* As MY XKIQHBOR 1111 ■! tb«t ha bu gooda for atla "to MtH both 6» rich and tba poor," Him Mohtof hAMlfak ion, ahowlag that 1m aaUa r&tlr Inform tb«p«bUe th*tft!l ) •(■rpiiNaMkmay Good*, baap mm alow of |nli fir Ml u4 anotbar ainaa for another Ml. \ i.-l OTRMMktr Dm Om...

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IBfahn (f.Quuta Jonrnal. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 3 March 1866

IBfahn (f.Quuta Jonrnal. m mfltm fOtod frr to sou t r«' Carolina ! ■raw Mere, mine dock, aat mine tear, **&SSSSMSSS?^ aab a DaUhwaa laf* Us pew, ' jilsKß a lawyarlufc bit fat, . JLniall for your own aetf. Carryline— rat for tid 70a lof mal filiM ft, Bay tack, lor to it taka of loak b<l| to maka ay pile t irtfW* *T stacks, my faat, ar mine roeka, afoa duek, tot ay ••Ua I" birara you rail, mina Carrylina, Yara'you Tall for a wbila: fa i»id to git up and fit, aaiaa lmf, ant alna pile! A•lf■ I J 1 1

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Bwclle(;(t*iii of 70 Tear* Ago. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 3 March 1866

Bwclle(;(t*iii of 70 Tear* Ago. Hill kamiltoit —ma dauoxt* iu or oioßoa hi. aalitdi ;.j j.'i < •iA veo arable lady, Mra. John Farrar, p*Mttaaghtor of Wn. Rotoh, of Nantucket* who after (ho revolution aattled ifeENwfcivk, France/has, in her old age, published a volume of reminiscences of j 4telijgguished people ahe met and knew abroad. She had peculiar facilities for IfAfetarißg - acquainted with such people aa the Edgeworths, Miss Hannah Moore, Mra. Opie, Lady Hamilton, We clip aome interesting extracts. daughters of Oeorge 111, Mrs. • *)mW s daughters of Oeorge 111 were ofon peary of court etiquette, and used toM lid of it by spending their mornidjgr lre Frogmore, near Windsor, a Mitt establishment where they enjoyed rural pleasures and were never intruded oo by company. There they bad their dumb peta and fed their own chieaens, ran out and in unattended, and were entirely free from the tram* mala of royalty. I have been there juat altar they had left the place and famd ...

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

The Law of Newspapers. 1. Subecribers who do not give expreM notice to the contrary, are considered as wishing to continue their subscription. 2. It subscribers orde heir papers discontinued without paying up, publishers may continue them until all arrears are paid. 3. If subscribers negltct o; refuse to take their papers (rom the office or place to which they »Te sent, they are responsible until they settle their bills and give notice to discontinue thrm. 4. If' subscribers move to other place* without informing the publisher, and the papT ; s sent to the former direction, they are held responsible. 5. The courts have decided that refusing to take a paper or periodica' from the office, or remo\'ng and'paving it uncalled for, ia prima facie evidence o' intentional fraud.

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United Statoa Official Directory. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 3 March 1866

United Statoa Official Directory. President Andrew Johnsox I 'ice President Lafayette S. Foster Secretary of Sta!e Wm. H. Seward Secretary i>f the Treasury Hugh McCullnch Secretary >■/ I far Edwin M. Stanton Secretary <>j the Xavy tiideon Welles Secretary oj the Interior James Ilarlan Postmaster General. ♦VjlHam Dennison Attorney General Jam'* Bp?ed

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