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Meeting of tao Courts. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 3 March 1866
Meeting of tao Courts. District Ciurt, (7'l; Judicial District.)" J. B. Souft ar&lt;l. J . —1«» Monday in March, July and Ti.ird Monday in November. County■ Court nnd Pirlnfe Court. Geo. Steele, Juci«e.— Third Monday in March, June, Septembi r and December. Board of Supervisors.— 1«t Monday in February, May, August arid November.
:• _ jn County Official Directory. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 3 March 1866
:• _ jn County Official Directory. District Judye J. I&gt;. Southard Count;/ Juuijc .(ieo, Steele District Aitormy Rradley Ilall Sheriff. John Gannon Under Sheriff I'. K. Austin, Count'/ Clerk Daniel T. Taylor Deputy County Clerk Jotin Reynolds Treasurer - E. II Slahon Surveyor A. I). Easkoot /ssessor R. Sh»-r«r Superintendent of Schools Ai Barney Board of Supervisors.... L. K. Baldwin, CI. W. Burhar.k. (Jhas. S. Fairfax* Justices of the Peace: San Rafael—T. Mahon, Ja«. M. Waite. Novato —J. G. Haven, J. \V. Atherton. San Antonio —3. Wallace, G. Greig. Tomales —Thn«. J. Abies, W. Vanderbilt. Bolinas—D. Wheeler, J. Almy. Saucelito—L. 11. Wire. Constables: San Rafael—O. C. Hawkins, C. J. Simpton. Novato—W. T. Brown, G. W. Daley. San Antonio—J. Bradley, F. Kuhnle. Tomales—H. Clovett. 11. J. Beck. Nicasio —P. Irving, 11. D. Connell. Puma Reyes—T. Cranrisll, K. St John*. Bolinas—P. Garcia, A. Barlow, Saucelito—P. Dol«n, J. liickerstaff Road Masters : San Rafael—District No. 1, D. ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 3 March 1866
LeDoyen's Family Medicines, LeDOYEN'S Sartap&amp;rilla, Yellow Dock, lodine Alterative, FOR PURIFYING THE BLOOD } Gives Lib to the Liver, Stomach* Spleen, Kidneys, Heart, Womb, Bladder, Nerves, Glands, Blood, Marrow, and Bones. LeDOYEN'S Vegetable Cathartic Pills, ARE NATURES PHYSIC. They invigorate, Cleanse, and Purify; Regulate the Sceretions and Liver; Mild and Easy of operation; Correct Coa vrneat• Prevent Disrrhae, Dyaentery, Pile*, Spasms, Colic, Rheumatism. The Eyes! The Eyes! LeDOYEN'S Celebrated Eye Water, Foa all Inflamation or the Eye Balls,Etf. Lids, Granular Lids, Weakness. Colds, Dropping of Tear*, Woods, Injoaias, CoMOEaiTO*. Amaurosis, Weak Nerves, Cataract, Irritation, &amp;c., &amp;c., &amp;c. It Saves Money, Time and Eyes. DAVfDSON'S Circassian Bloom, A Deliohtfcl Beautifibr axi Pkesbkvbr of thb Complexion and Skin. This is a most delightful and refreshing liquid bloom for the face, neck, ' and arms. Innocent and fragrant, it remove...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 3 March 1866
$11,000. EARLY ELEVEN THOUSAND OF WHEELER &amp; W I L'S 0 N'S 0 SEWING MACHINES Hare Wen told on the Pacific Cout since the agency was established in San Francisco ; and the LARGE and INCREASING sale of these MACHINES proves how fully the public are convinced of the superiority of WHEELER * WILSON'S SEWING MACHINES Over all Others, For General lie, A LARGE INVOICE OF THESE MACHeNES WITH LATE IMPROVEMENTS, JUST RECEIVED. Call and Examine them, Or Send for a Cireulsr. J. H. HAYDEN, Agent, Office corner of Montgomery and Sa&amp;rmento streets, San Francisco. uh4 A. BLOCK Taxis takes thin method of informing the citizens of Mirin county that he has on hand and offers for sale the largest and best selected stock of general merchandise ever brought to this market, which he wi!| sell at prices which cannot (ail to suit. My stock consists in part of fancy and staple DRY COODS, Detains, Prints, Shirting, Cheeks Fine and Heavy Clothing, Boots, Shoes and lirogans. Linen Shirts,...
DJauu Countii |ournal. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 10 March 1866
DJauu Countii |ournal. By JEROME A. BARNEY, fsr Terms, Rates of Advsrtiiiag, etc., aaa fourth page. ' Our Agents: THOMAS BOYCE, San Francisco L. P. FISHER H. T. JONES Xovato E. JACKMAN Nicasio L. DENOS Reed Rancho BENJ. WIRE California City CftAS. GREY' San Quentin SATURDAY : : : : T~ MARCH 10.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 10 March 1866
Many persona write articlea and aend them to an editor to be corrceted—as if an editor's office were a home of correction. To all men the best friend is virtu*; the toast companions are high endeavor* and honorable aentiments. A " BTiTHsacorß," say* a young medical student, " is a epy-glasa for looking into people'* cheat* with your ear*." Leer Stonx say*: &lt;-The cradle'is twoman's ballot-box." Then we've known some unlawful voting, where two ballota were deposited at a time. In Thibet they stuff hay among the branches of the trees, ao that the aheep can walk upon the top of their fifteen feet anow drifts and take their fodder. It is aaid that the high price of eggs i* owing to the f*ct that the hens are at great expense to procure revenue stamps to put on their manufactured articlea. . —_ -——— •• Stockings I can do without, aa long as I wear fashionable dresses," said a village belle somewhat straightened in her financial resources; " but a bosom-pin and kid gloves I must...
UTEKESTIVa BurvmEa. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 10 March 1866
UTEKESTIVa BurvmEa. : — A man cwln to be s "good fellow" ths moment ha refusee to do preeieely what ether peopla wish him to do. —The poomt wheal of a carriage ia always the one which mekee (ha moat aeiee.! —The height of politeness ia pitting to the other aide of a lady, when walking with her, to avoid atepping upon her ahadow. | j —Extreme* meet. Civilisation and bar-J barism come together. Savage Indian.* and' faahionahla ladiaa paint their facaa. —The lore of the beautiful and true, like! the dew-drop ia the heart of the cryatal. re-I maiaa forever clear and liquid in the inmoat I ahrine of the aoul. —Why ia a drunkard Imitating to aign a pledge lika a aceptical Hindoo? Beeauae he doubte whether to giva up the worahip of the Jug-or-not. —There ia n«t a atream of trouVle ao deep 1 and awift-ranning that wa may not croaa safely over it, if we have Courage to ateer and strength to pull. — A cotemporary finds fault with the practice of putting Latin inaariptiona on tomb-atone*. Dut ...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 10 March 1866
jCIf BECIIVIB -au tirfne or— LADIES' D&amp;X88 GOODS. % la consequence of there being bateld peftpetteraa la the market, I have aet kept the above goods, bat apaa tbs at* rival of aew etylec from Ee» rope I have laid ia a aspply which I offer to ths pablis at law rates. MORRIS HTMAN. BilLlT't SAMPLE ROOMS, Ha 717 Dam street, Baa Fra&amp;ctoa Choice Wikeiißi Liquors at Wbalssals aad Retell. f*l7-lm BAB BOOM JJTD BBBTAUBAHT FOR SALE. THX undersigned offers for eele oa reasonable term* the Ber aad Reeteaiaat nor occupied by him. adjoining the Msrkst of K. ( l)uboi*. Ths shots to s good stead, and s aplendid ran of custom is now sstabliabed. Ths resson for sslllng Is that the proprietor ia about leaving ths Slate. For further tnformatioa spply at this office or to the nnderelgaed oa the premise*. fcl7 «w FIBRES YXKJ. Hons* and Wagon Ptiatiif —ARB — PAPER HANOINO, mflE undersigned having removed from his A old stand to the bouse of Mrs. Bkidmore, 11* now prepared to execu...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 10 March 1866
ATTENTION! BILZAILIIIIDt. . CM WASHINGTON STfcKST, lAJV VBAHCZaOO. The undersigned, a nucmoAL Afriaahoit*, I* mm ptfpafad to aoofl§ Uw«Mta«r Mining limm Hill Mbm.br »bilmli «r ihA of Ml Mh as wiUbat *ii||ilw Am vk/M«M, m »«r w*4a «IWv oaMgtbt MMMMI fti tbftr wbltM lo WHtll ihw MM t* Mr kM. Wi kin wtmii MMrft MMM| to t**t tIM tofMl ntiMH M M fIMMI th«ir MUr«roiUbUUy. TlllillTMl m AU kind* of VtgotaMo gufc, Ad kinds of Flowor Bm&lt;&gt;, J AU kbkaof Qnm udMdfMt Oom Bm4&gt;» Abo Alfalfa aod Looaroa. E&lt;Ftr|!Mß Bm4(| MtiVN of OiUtafeii tod adjaMot Stato*. AU ktoda of Tnm aod Sbraba, AU kiodi of Fbwort io tkair &gt;imw» AU kioda of Bolka la ikol* Soatafe Strawberry aod PtftaM Tba aabwrlbtr &lt;HW it wpwiMO M mom «mr artirU for Ml*, ktt oMlf M. •arba, ibM NMtaii aopaokw mm&gt; aunt, m 4 do mm will 4ml mm baoOMMf by hU cu«to»*r*, to whom bo mAno WW •onSdmw.M •klvt*Ml utrmi bM bast ivirMbia. SomJI him at wbriiMli-or matt. ** AH taamo...
artn ffonntg |oarnal., [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 10 March 1866
artn ffonntg |oarnal., , ,a«ca &gt; fffWM f**" 1 " 7i4@76c - ! *»«I*« K|| I ■ *u floating about the I |tar ef Washington la a* very unobtrusive | ' s i s -ft TT° U bt well If we had leaa medicines ( aadsaorc seres; leaa profession and more , leaa law and more juatiea. , "v Bomn&gt;.—A majority of tha loyal papers throughout the State clearly approve of the i President'sucourse on the Freedmen'e Buzee bill. Tn "purifier," McCarthy, atUl languishes la prison at Saemmcnto. Hla msde another attempt a few daya ago to get him ttittscd, hut didn't auaceed. Fortress Monroe correspon- - Aat atatea that Jeff. Davie pretended to be jMMjariccdl that a National salute was fired on whieh included one gun for each of tl» late rebel States. «Faaa Amateur."—'This is the title of a M» paper just started in San Francisco, the fig* number of which we have just re* * wived, having for its object the upholding of the feaatice against the policy of President Jehwsia Beams.—A couple of robb...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 10 March 1866
Andrew Johnson.—The Newburyport Heralds a Conservative Massachusetts Republican journal, and the only one in the State, says of Andrew Johnson that he is— " A strong msn and a statesman, who had assumed the helm in the storm, is a skillful pilot, one whose chart was the Constitution, whose precedents were drawn from the founders of the Republic, and whose point of compass waa dire ' by lore of justioe, liberty and country. ~'d down I a *platf&gt;rm that covered fron. *nd wound atl caucus platforms and » resolutions. He act vigorously to work »». the restoration of the Union. Reconstruction he old not seek : the Union had been constructed seventy years before on a model that could endure for ever. Readmission of States he did not talk about, for no State had departed fr&gt;&gt;m the Union, and no star had disappeared from the flag, lie was a Southern man, and knew who were the parties for that restoration. He appointed his officers; the people- responded in go...
Arrival* at the Marin Hotel. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 10 March 1866
Arrival* at the Marin Hotel. March 2. N W Chittenden, John McCowley, M Brown, Wm McComell, D McMullen, J Collins. 3d S V Smith, O Donele, D W Seaver. D D Wildej, M Levy, 4th N J Prioffc, John James, J T Stockcr, Garcia, sth, O \V Reed, Mary McK»nzie, R Mc Farland, W II Jones, Wm Jones, R \V Osgood, P Figuera* J»hn Strain, F I) Colton. J McM Shafter. () D Shafter, S Foster. E \V McK.nstry, Wm O Conncll. W Miller. J W Southard, T II Farley, C Schleake, R Shearer, Jas Dixon, * 6th. D NeiJlmj;er, C McCauley, John Walsh, A Solorsonos. 7th. Wm A James, M Hortwell, S V Smith, Putman Fogg, J D Shafter, E Winslow, Bth. A Calvert, R S Bailey Wm Emight.
Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 10 March 1866
Commercial. [Compiled frum the AUa.] SAN FRANCISCO TRADE REPORT. Flour —Prices remain unchanged, and tinas follows : Extra, $7 00; superfine, fi 25 @0 75. Wheat—At $2 10(»2 20. Barlet—sl,o7 for brewing; 95e(&lt;j$\ 100 lbs. for feed. Oats—We quote at $2,00(32,15. Hat—Quotable in cargo lots at prifces , ranging from $12 to $15.. Potatoes—bodegas $1 10@$l 12; retalumas $1,174-1 DAIRY PRODUCEBUTTER—Choice to prime dairy toll is qoutable at 35(«&gt;42c lb.; packed 40c ty tt&gt; Laru—ln 10-tb tins at 224 c lb. Cheese—Clear Lake at 25c.; other daries at 20@22c W lb. Eoos —At 324@35c &lt;$' dox. poultryChickens —Hens at $10, and Chickens at $s@B doz. Ducks—At $12(? 13 dox. J[Geehe —At $4 pair. Tuhkbts—At 20(«22c lb, as per quality. FRESH MEATS—Beef, 5@9c.; Veal, 8@ 12c.; Hogs, 12&lt;«&gt;13c. tb. SAN RAFAEL MARKET. [Corrected by E. Dubois.] FRESH MEaTS— Beef, B(rt)l2' .• ty to., Pork, 20c., Hams and Bacon, 23c., L" 25c. OROCF.RIES, PROVISIOVS...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 10 March 1866
—Nervous Debility can be radically cured by Watts' &gt;tervous Antidote. For sale by llyman. • Tun Great Blood Medicines.—Let every man, woman and child in our country learn, that LeDoyen's Family Medicines are tke best in use. See advertisement elsewhere.