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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 10 March 1866

$11,000. 1 ELEVEN THOUSAND OF s WHEELER & WILSON'S SEWING MACHINES Hit* been >old on the Pacific Coast since t the agency waa established in ban Fran* cisco; and the LARGE and INCREASING sal* of -theso IHACHIMES ' proves how fully th» publie ' art convinced of the superiority of WHEELtik « f WILSON'S I , SEWING MACHINES » m Over all Others, 1 For General .Use. » > t A LARGE INVOICE OF THESE MACIIeNES WITH LATE IMPROVEMENTS, JUST RECEIVED. i i I . Call and Examine them, Or Send for a Circular. I f 1 J. H." HA YD EN, Agent, i Office corner of Montgomery and Sacrmento 1 streets, San Francisoo. mh4 i ; J . H. CARR . St. Hating purchased the ► interest of E. Naumit in the business i heretofore carried on by Nelson h Carr, informs the publie that he will continue to •*rry on the buainesa of , Blacksmith * Wagoa lHaklng it the old stand. oet l«tf ~~ wTh. PILLINER, ' Pholo|raph|lo Artist, We. 14 Stmt, 8m FrMMiaeo.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 10 March 1866

LeDoyen's Family Medicines. LeDO YEN'S S&rsaparilla, Yellow Dock, lodine Alterative, FOR PURIFYING THE BLOOD ? Gives Life to the Liver, Stomach, Spleen, Kidneys, Heart, Wouib, Bladder, Nerves, Glands, Blood, Marrow, and Bones. LeDOYEN'S Vegetable Cathartic Pills, ARE NATURE'S PHYSIC. They invigorate, Cleanse, and Purify ; Regulate the Secretions and Liver; Mild and Easy of operation; Correct Costiveneas! Prevent Diarrhie, Dyaentery, Pilea, Spasms, Colic, Rheumatism. * TTlie Eyes! The Eyes! LeDOYEN'S Celebrated Eye Water, For all Inflamation or theEyp. Halls, Kvp. Lids, Granular Lids, Weakness. Colds, Droppino or Teaks, Wounds, Injuries, Congestion, Amaurosis, Weak Nerves, Cataract, Irritation, &c., &c., ke. It Saves Money, Time and Eyes. DAVIDSON'S Circassian Bloom, A Delightful Be aftitier ane Preserver of the Complexion and Skin. This is a moat delightful and refreshing liquid bloom for the face, neck, and arms. Innocent and fragrant, it removes...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 10 March 1866

CHEAP CASH Hardware Store. A Next door to Evans' Mill, 1% Main street, Petaluma. tSflHHsi Shelf Hardware. Firmer*' Tools, all kin da of Mechanic*' Toole, Builders' Goods, Pocket and Table Cutlery, etc, iyr»» uu osur jD » M lt W. P. KINYO*.

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 17 March 1866

THE MARIN COUNTY JOURNAL. VOL 6.-' -AO. 1. SAX RAFAEL, I'AL., SATIIt DAY. IAKCH IT, ISM. WIOLK !«#. Ml

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|tbrin a ountii journal. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 17 March 1866

|tbrin a ountii journal. By JEROME A. BARNEY. for T«mi. Bates of AJ .-ertiaiug, etc.. see fjarth Our Agents: THOMA.S HOYCE San Francii-co L. P- FISIIKII U. T. JOXKS Novnto E.' JACXM AX Nicn.io I*. - Ilcc l Kanoho California City CHAS. GIIEY Qucntin SATURDAY ::::: MARCH 17.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 17 March 1866

VaMKN should fpod example#, for the men ar«» always following the women. - «♦♦♦> An exchange nays that the mail* fro.quenfiy miscarry in thi 1 northern part of this State. Aw old bachelor'! definition of love: "A little sighing, a little erring, a little dying, and a good deal of lying.' . • •'Tot, what in tie world put matrimony into your head "Well, the fact U, Joe, I was getting short of sMtts." A wnom village in Upper Ile'ai*. (>er»any, is reported to hate sold out \vith the determination to remove to Missouri iit the spring. Gev. Cass, whoseheslth ha< recently b< en Teported ai seriously impaired, is now said to be slowly improving, lie is now in the _ 84th year of Vis aga. Harri v C. I.\nk, of \\ hite House fame, <was lately married at Wheatland to a Haiti• 1 more banker of wealth and good appearance. Harriet has lain rintft long enough. — — A JtsTicit ir. Wisconsin has decided that flour is a legal tender in payment of a ...

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EASTERN SEWB ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 17 March 1866

EASTERN NEWS ITEMS. The T»anessce question continues tbe , leading top if in Congress. On a revelation . reported on the £ih a diJegation of Con- . g:e»stnen, suppoitets of the Pre-asdrnt, waited r on him on the evening of the Tib tuii., and t received d< tin.te assurance tlmt the resoluf tion should be ccmbatied, and would be vetord if pa»»cd, the President sayu g l.e could not mgo away hn own citizenship bjr approving a resolution that declare* lYnnessce • out < f ill# I uiiMi. and needs the action of : tin' law-baking power to get it back, Eivelv t times may be expected when the ball fa.rly op. n-. All rumor# of the possibility of lualing the broach between the I'resident and Congress are tieticious. 11c ir.ay • have suit private letters, a* rapoittd, t.i Sumner and Stevens, regretting personalities, bat no olive branch apprars to be held forth on the political horizon. Measrs. Maveaid and Stokes of the I '< nnessce delegilkiii, appi ova the Congr...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 17 March 1866

The author of"Ske»che» in Paraguay,"! gives us this fragrant morsel : "Everybody j »mok< s in Paraguay, and nearly every fe- J male above thirteen years of age chews. I rim wrong. They do not chaw, but they put the tobacco in their mouths, keep it there except whin eating, and instead of i h"wing, roll it about with their tongues and suck it. Only imagine yourself about' to salu'e the rich r<d lips of some magnifieent lit'le Hebe arrayed in saiin and flaah- j ing wi'h diamonds ; «he puts you back wi'n Tine delicate hand, and *>ith the fair taptf; fing"ts of the other she draws from her! mouth a brownish-black roll of tobncco, 1 quite two inches long, looking like a rions'rous grub, and deposing the savory mor* sel on the rim of your sombrero, puts up .Iter face and is rrady for your salute. I have some times seen an over-delicate forturn witH a shudder ofloathing under) <iich circumstances, and. get the epithet of 1 II tnr iro che ••avij. ...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 17 March 1866

JUST RECEIVED —ALL KINDS OF— LADIES' DRESS GOODS. | In conacquenca of there being but old patpattern* in the tnaiket, 1 bar* not kept f tbe abort food*, but upon the arrival of new style* from Eu* it rope I havt laid in a »upP>7 which I offer to ii the public at low i rate*. i| MORRIS HTIAN. »I BAILS Y'B S V>l PLK ROOMS, No. 717 Daria "treat, Sao Franciaoo. Clioirr U iiienand Liquor* | i at Wbole*al« and llatail. I f*l 7-3cn ( « BAE BOOM AND REBTAUBANT FOR SALE. , 'PII 1 ' undpr»i?nrd offrr* for aal* on reaa* X onahle term* the liar and Reatavrent i now occupied by htm. adjoining the Market of K. Dubois. The above i* a good stand, 'and a splendid run of custom la now e*t*b« • li*hed. The rc**on for eelling i* that the proprietor i* about leaving the State. For further information apply at thla ofllce or to the undersigned on the premiaea. fel76w PIERRE VIKJ. House and Wagon Painting j -iKD — PAPER HANQINQI ' ' rpIIK undersigned having removed from hi* . i 1 old...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 17 March 1866

ATTENTION ! RELIABLE SEEDS. EDWARD E. MOORE, 423 WASHINGTON STREET, SAN FRANCISCO. THE UNDERSIGNED, A PRACTICAL Agriculturist, it now prepared to supply jthe vinUof Merchants, aadall other*, by aholeeale er retail, of mi! eeait m will not disappoint those who nee MM> •• our »(\rr using the their srlenlion in getting them trn* ta m£ kind. We ti«n nltibl* ffHMi |N|MH to trst the dJrmil mWtIM, m ae ta laoMt their •■tire reliability. Tlm MNCtatM im. sists of All kinda of Vegctabla Stela, All kinda of Flower flttda. All kinka of Graea and Red tad Wkita Ck>eer Becda, Alao Alfalfa and Lutaraa. Eeergreen Seeda, nativea of Caltihni* and adjacent Statu. » All kinda of Treea and Shrnbt, All kinda of Flowera in thalr BatNS» All kinda of Rulba in tbtir SaUM, Strawberry and kaapbtry PlaM The subscriber d'etre it wywlaan la name eeery artMe for aale, bat meeely an* marks, that no one haa a etapoeite aaatat* ment, and no one will deal mora haaaiaWf by hi* customers. to whom he...

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Sttatin Journal. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 17 March 1866

Sttatin Journal. SAN RAFAEL : : : MARCH 17, 1866. Kll mwe «Q1 «o the swift billow of today, *0 If* urn oat of sight of yesterday. Air liUiMO writing a sketch of hia own ill* *ayc be early run away from hit father ImMm ha diacovcrad ha was only an uncle. ♦ ■ a ▲ raoa soldier, whenever he off the mi of a cartridge, fancies that he is kissing bie cwoetbeart. tTwanafAOTOßT.—Artemus Ward'a succceejn a town in Wlaconsin was 'not satis* factory. His agent took $2,87 at the door Artemus took the mea»lee inside. lfa. Owe has presented a bill in the Aacctably to prevent ths destruction of fi*h in ItHaii Pny' The bill to construct a Turnpike Road between San Rafael and Toraalca, tree ordered engrossed in the House. "Taa Faaa AnaaiCAW."—We have re--ceived copies of a weekly piper beaiing the; above title, published by Qeo. C. Gorhan, at Baa Francisco. It is devoted exclusively 1a cottair > *'g Congress in its position upon Tssonstruction. A paper in a'neighboring city reports that th...

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OUH HEW VOLUME. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 17 March 1866

OUH HEW VOLUME. With this number we commence the sixth volume of the Journal. When we entered upon our journalistic career, five years ago, we had serious doubts as to the support the people of Marin would give a newspaper, but resolved to make the attempt, and if we succeeded, well and good—if otherwise, then we would have arrived at the conclusion that we were premature in our enterprise. That we have succeeded is evidenced from the fact that we are still in existence, although that fact does not jgove that the business has been remunerative; on the contrary, we have had a "hard road to travel." We have labored to keep up and afloat, hoping that a better day would soon dawn, and that we would then be remunerated for past exertions and the expenditure of money necessary to keep the business in existence. The county requires a journal, and it remains with the people to say whether or not they shall have one. We cannot boast of having received a liberal support —such as is necessary ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 17 March 1866

There are partizan editons in this State who echo the ravings of " Buckshot" Stevens, " Dead Duck" Forney, and others, and who pretend that the States lately in rebellion, and which they contended were p necer out of the Union, and that the Ordi- • nancri of Secession vrero null and void, and and now, on the question of reconstruction I assert that said States hsve no voice in the i .National Hulls of Legislation. These cd-1 itors forget that President Johnson on tliej F 29th of last May, with comparatively a few ; exceptions, granted to all persons who had 1 directly or indirectly participated in the re ; bellion amnesty and pardon, with a restora- • tion of all their rights of property, except a* to slav»s, on >nOition that they would obligate themselves that henceforth they would support, protect, and faithfully de- j 1 fend the Constitution of the United States, and libido by and faithfully support the laws which had been during the rebellion enacted with reference to...

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EASTERN HEWS ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 17 March 1866

EASTERN HEWS ITEMS. | Propoiitiona to amend the Constitution |on the subject of representation, hare been offered in the Senata by Messrs. Sumner' ' Wilson, and Grimes. Mr. Sumner's is a« ifollows: "Representation shall be appor- , tioncd among the several States, which shdl , be included in this Union, according to their i respective number of residents, which shall | : be by taking from the whole,,' the number of persons excluded from the elective franchise, in any State, except fur i participation in ihe rebellion. The ba«is of Representation therein shall be returned in: the proportion which the number of exclu-I (led bears to the whole number of male cit- i izens over the oga of twenty-one years in t,uch State." j Mr. Conness has introduced a bill tonboljish the Southern United States D strict Court of California, so that the State shall constitute one district, under the otHcers of -the Northern District Court. , The New York Times says it is generally understood that the Reco...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 17 March 1866

1 Hut a oood oil nont.. — Many absolutely worthless »evvin<«machin<?!> are now before the public, to purchase which would result in nought but dlsapointinent and vexation t«» the owner. A. cheap sew ing-.iin-: chilli l !?e •■rally proves a tleitr bargain. ver $ Hiker's have stood tho test f>r many years; thousands are now in u»e in this i vicinity, and but one opinion prevails as to j their worth, the advantages they possess for[ Embroidering, Hraiding, Hemming, etc., and their wonderful simplicity renders them the best in u-e. | ♦•••-*- i Tom Corwin used to tell ofa philanthropist who was governed by the following rules lof life: "Never refuse to drink with a m»n, because it won't cost you anything second, "never ask a man to drink, because it will cost you something, and might lead the man into bad habits;" third, "never mind what happens, as long as i: didn't bappen to you." Documents for Ciuct't.ATioK.—A Washington dispatch say« tho I'...

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Arrivals at the .Tlarin Hotel. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 17 March 1866

Arrivals at the .Tlarin Hotel. March 9th- W J Miller, Jas McCurdy, ;C It Anderson, T W Freeljn, C MtCajly, () I. Shafter, Jas Ford. 10th. S V Smi h, I) Karney, NII Olds. I) Moore, John Williams, J hn W Jones,J (' l'oiter and wife, Henry Schevartz, Geo'B Uridires, Aiiton llloek, 11th. II R Taylor, G W Yookum, R M agee, M Lopez, 12th. E Gould. L White, S V Smith, jr l A I' Dunbar, G A Nel-on, T Torrence,! I) M limn, \V II Bean, John Jordou, J a-, i Mori i*on. l;{th. W F Tirrill, Jas Davidson, Miss' | Murray, and brother. U'h. W Enright, Barney Horn, V •'lleldley, W J Miller, John Nagle, D Mc- ! Mullen, (J Lauder. W A Ransom. 15th. W A Boyen, Henry McCrea, It Horn, Jdm M I'haner, B llenJerson and wif-, C Sterden.

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Commercial, [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 17 March 1866

Commercial, [Compiled from the .l/<a.] SAX FRANCISCO I'KADE REPORT. | Fbot'K —Prices remain unchanged, andare| as follows : Extra, $7 00; superhne, $'J 25 j (>< 6 75. Wheat—At $2 00('<2 17. Uaui.ky—Sl,oo for brewing; 95c(ji$l 100 lbs. for feed. Oat*—Wc quote at $1,©5(T'2,12. Hay—Quotable in cargo lots at prices ranging from $10 to $17. Potatoes —$1(« $t 15. as per quality. DAIRY PRODUCE —There is a further advance to note in the price of llutter, while 1 lolur descriptions have ruled much the same as last noted. lii rriiR —Choice to prime dairy roll isi qoutahie at \j J lb.; choice in kegs at; Mime late*. * | I,Alto—ln 10-11. tins at 2l.}c \y lb. Cheese — Clear Lake at 25c.; other dariet; at 20((* 21c jf lb. Ki,i;s —At :t2i(«33c [ft doz. POI'I.TRYCiik kins—Hens at $11, and Chickena at $<>(/' 10 do/. lire k I —At $ 13(4'14 \[' doz. (in si:—At $1 pair. 1 Tt UKEYs—Afi 28c lb, as per quality. | FRESII MEATS—Heef, 6(n,9c.;...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 17 March 1866

—Nervous Debility can be laitically cured by Watts' Nervous Antidote. For sale by 11/ man. • Tub Giipvr Hlood Mkdicinrs.—Let every man. womsn and child in our conntry learn, that L?Doyen's Family Medicines arc the best in use. See advertisement elsewhere.

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