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Utariu (lountn |ournalJ [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 24 March 1866

Utariu (lountn |ournalJ By JEROME A. BARNEY. Far T«toi, Rates of Adrertiiing, etc., m« fourth paj«. Our Agents: THOMAS BOYCE San Francisco L. P. FISHER H. T. JONES Novato E. JACKMAN Nicasio L. DENOS Reed Raneho BEN J. WIRE ?.... California City CHAS. GREY San Quentin SATURDAY : : : : : MARCH 24.

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

By pulling your finger from the water jou leare no hole in the fluid, and by dying jou leave no vacancy in the world. T Wht is President Johnson like Chimbirazo ? Because hi is the greatest of all the Andies. I* San Francisco, last week," an Italian, i named Andrew Errara, was lined $~> and aosts, by Judge R x, for telling Dr. John B. Rice to "go to hell." The Dr. didn't go. - . - A Prospehocs Town.—lVo hundred houses were erected in the tow n of Salem, Oregon, during the year 15(35, at a cost of •bout two hundred thousand dollars. Registry Act.—The Assessor of Saera■aento County has commenced registering the names of voters under the Registry Act recently passed by the Legislature. — — A modest cotemporary calls veal 'unfinished beef.' This is pretty good, but why, not extend the vocabulary ? Suppose we term lamb ' incipient mutton,' und denominate pig 'premonitory pork.' — — Sue's Riqrt. — Mrs. Partington say* the' only way to prevent steamboat explosions i* to make the...

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ABSTRACT OF THE CIVIL BlQlftß BILL 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 24 March 1866

ABSTRACT OF THE CIVIL BlQlftß BILL 1 Tbb first section provides that all persons born in the United States, aad not aubjoM to any foreign power, excluding Indians aotj taxed, are declared to b« citizena of tbti United States, without the distinction of? color ; but tho inhabitants, of every race and color, without regard to any previous condition of slavery or involuntary eervitude, ; except as a punishment for crime whereof the party shall have been duly convicted, 1 shall have the same right to make and enforce, contracts, to sue, to be partiea to suits, give! evidence, and to inherit, purchase, lease, | sell, hold, and convey real and personal property, and to have the full and equal benefit of all laws and proceedings for the security of person and property, and ahall be subject to like punishment, pains, penaltie*, and to none other, any law, statute, ordinance, regulation or custom to the contrary notwi'hstinding. The second section declares that any per-! son who, under color...

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

j Somethixo Seniiblz about Babies, —"A (majority of babies," aaya Mm. Swiaahelm — and we will vouch for her being food authority on thia »übject—" are to their mothera, what a doll ia to a little girl—something to dreaa—a meana of displaying odda aid ends of finerv, and exhibiting onc'a taste. If infanta were mated on the same principle on which a good fanner treau lamb*, gos.ltngs, chickpna, pig*, etc., viz : feeding well and keeping them warm, they would lire juat a* well-cared-for goaling* live ; and we never knew such a jonetodie. Dnteh babies wear capa ; and how could any lady of taste «on*ent to hare her baby look like a dutch baby ? Juat »o ; 'though dutch babies generally lite, laugh, and grow fat; f>r they are nearly smothered |in flannel and feather*, and are kept all in a sweat. Dutch mothers do not keep their babies for model arti-t 'exhibitions ; they cover them up. keep them warm and quiet, and raise a wonderful number of bovs and girls. Wo treated our bahy ...

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

J V 8 T RECEIVED -iU KtVDS or— LADIES' DRESS GOODS. I In consequent* of there being bat old patin tbe market, I hart not kept the above goods, but upon the arrival of aew styles from Europe I hare laid in a tupply which I offer to the publio at low ratea. nORRIS Hl'IAHf, i ~ ~~ ! B A I L E Y' 8 samimj: rooms,! No. 717 Davis street, Ban Francisoo. C hoice Wine* and Liquorn at Wholesale and lletsil, , fel7-3m * BAB BO6M AND.BESTAUBANT for s vi.i:. 'IIHK undersigned offers for ssle on rcsaJ. onuble terma (he Har and Keatsurarit itiiw occupied by him, adjoining the Market! iof K. Dubois. The above it n good •land, j nnd a ••pUiidul run of ru«lom u now eatab|li*hi'd. The reason for selling ia that the proprietor i« about leaving the State. For 'further information apply at 'bin office or to the undersigned on the pr«*m'<.»*. ft'l7-Cw rii; It UK VIKJ. I House and Wagon Painting — AND — PAPER HANGING. ■pIIK undersigned having removed from hi* L old stand to the hou»e of Mr«, Ski...

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

ATTEWTIOm BILIABLI 8 BID I. EDWARD E. MOORE, 424 WASHINGTON STREET, BAN FRANCISOO. THE ITNDERSIUNBD, A PRACTICAL Agriculturist, is tow prepared to supply , the wants of Merchsnta, Ranehmtn and all others, by wholesale or retail, of such aeeda aa will not disappoint those who use tbw, las our seeds after using the utmost oars In , I thetr selection iu getting them true to tMt ' I kind. We have auiuble grounds prepared i to test the different varieties, so as to insure , their eatire reliability. Tha assortment eon- ; sista of All kindi of Vegetable Seeds, All kinds of Flower Seeds, All kinks of Grass and Red and White Hover Seeds, Also Alfalfa and Lueerne. Evergreen Seeds, natives of California and adjacent States. j All kinds of Trees and Shrubs, i | * All kinds of Flowers in their Season, ' All kinds of Hulbs in their Season, Strawberry and Rsspbery Plants 1 The sub*criher deetr.s it superfluous to ! name every article for asle, but merely remstka, that no one haa a superior sasort...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 24 March 1866

nnfflrcij JUST BBCUTXD A dOtca Lo¥ LIQUOR^. -conmn wBnadj, Whisk;j, Oil, Clai*, tjnp, «Hb 4 mkl7 ' M. HTHAir. * UTEST AND BALI BTAIUfc JOB. ■ M JAS. ALLISON - |lltM«i— TUB UNDRRBTONKD HAVTWO MM chaaed tho "Old Sen lUM l»>k*b» «»»d «m tK» !Un RtM Haul, lain— the public that K» to new randy to WW> modate ihtm with m •«( I «tm eat"*l con b« procured m ilua ten, IW a|o«k|t Kino Amoiioan, * eoperior to an y hwtofen mi k tfco lh> try Stablee of tlua town. TW CARRIAGES ANO SUGQffS * at* new and elegant. IlttM* W||M Oftd ■old. Particular attention paidtaSte*et lircry. Oiva me a trial. R. A. HOPKINS, 8m lUtael, March 17, KM. [mhlV ■ ./ » A. BLOCK ' Ttm takea thla method of tafbrminf Ike ritieewof Marin ooanty that kl Mtl hand and offera for eat* tha laigcet Mi %0M ••levied atock of t»neral mercaandtoa gs# brought to thia market, which ha Witt nRM ptlw» which eannot (ail to »nlt« ronaiele in part of fancy and alapto DRY COODS, Drlnlne,Prlntn,ShlrtlMf,ClM«lM »n...

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Couniu journal. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 24 March 1866

Couniu journal. •AH ftkPASL : : MARCH 24, 1866. ■gpESSr^ ™ jCiia* ««|m bii bikfr for non-pay-M itrnck off the foils." fll|l"ff ap«iting for a fight, «r the spoils. ■■r ■■ " ■ that in making a fashionable lady's drese the needle of tbe seamstress thousand feet. Air Evriy^x.ayT,.—Miss Flutter, who anMJfli M fotherby asking for a "waterfall," •eeeired two dams iastead. Josx Billinsi aajrs he ia "more afeered mbo phool than he is of a rhinosterhoss, behoe a rhinosterhoss is always kept in a Mf*' - . <it WpAT is the diffprenca between a cat and • document ? One has claws at then end of Other has pauses «.t the end of l|| clttttlM, hi otdar to mtke hens lay, hit them on 4m head with a club. Other modes flave feMtaomaended, but this is the only one IpPHmI I* effectual. Try it. , A Yonifo lady who was rebuked by her •otter lor kissing her lover, justified the aetj hy fueling tha passage: "Whatsoever ye "would that mm should do unto you, do evenj «o to them." And she did it. . In ...

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MPO2TA3TT TO ABSESSOaB. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 24 March 1866

MPO2TA3TT TO ABSESSOaB. i Surveyor-General Houghton, by circular calls attention to tbe following act: An Act to provide for the colleetion of information relating to tho Agricultural and other industrial pursuits of this State.--Approved March 10, 1866. The People of the State of California, repseuted in Senate and Assembly, do enact as follows: Sectiox 1. It shall be the duty of the several County, District, and Township Assessors of this State, at the time of making their annual arrestments, to collect a full and true s f aterr.ent of all the agricultural land, industrial pursuits and products of Itheir several counties, districts, and townships, for the precc-ding year, and such jotber information as they may be required by the Surveyor-Gyneral to collect, and to I report the same to the office of the Survey-or-General, between the first day of September and the first day of November of each year, upon blanks to bo furnished by him. Sec. 2. The Hoard of Supervisors of the severa...

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

County Court.—Hon. (>. Srr.Ei.K, J. MARCH TERM, 180.5. If). Grand'J'iry empanelled, who found hilU against th" following jt r« >n« : Jtian Silv««, assault with intent to kill; (ihtnio I and Mariano find.an*), petty larceny. ! '20. John Cavana/h n F. A. Manna—appeal dismU-ed. J. li. Sweet zer, ct si rs. Lot j Ma;;ill —judgment of court below reversed | 'J'2 Ohcnio, petty larceny, fmnd guilty and ordered to appear for sentence on Satjtnrday (to-dny) at one o'clock for sentence J Maraino, petty lar eny, pit ad guilty, and orto appear for sentence on the 24th. People vs. Juan Silvan—On trial.

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

—Xervous Debility can be radically cured; by Watts' Nervous Antidote. For sale by llyman. • | The Great lii.oon Medicines.—Let! every man, woman and child in our country learn, that LsDoyen's Family Medicines! are the beat ia use. See advertisement elsewhere.

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BORN. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 24 March 1866

BORN. At Oakland, March 1 Oth, a daughter to the wife of I). E. Block. Another little soul Mustered in The army of temptation And of sin. Another arming For the strife, To tiuht the battles Of a Hf?.

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

MARRIED. At Tonale«, on tUe Uih in«t„ John W. lisrtou to Mist Cynthia A. \Vilh*u»»on.

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

Commercial. . [Cotnp led from the Alta.] 1 SAN FRANCISCO TRADE REPORT. Flock—Prices remain unchanged, and are 1 as follows : Extra, $7 00; superfine, $1 25 ' > (it 3 76. / Wheat—At $1 90(5.2 10. ' Bvßt.nr —51,00 for brewing; 95c(0:5l 100 lbs. for feed. 1 Oats—We quote ut 31,0 3(a 2,05. ! Hay—Quotable in cargo lots at prices ' , ranging fiorn $10 to .*l7. ' Potatoes—9-sc(S»sl. as per quality. ' DAI It Y PRODUCE—There fas been a 1 good demand fjr.all descriptions at very full ( ' figures. Butter—Choice to prime dairy roll is qoutable at 38 Ul2c (J' lb.; choice in kegs at 1 same rates. f.AHiJ—In 10-lb tins at 21.Jc \l* lb. i' Cheese —(,'l"ar Lake at 25c.; other daries I , ut 20c ir lb. Egos—At n:]>/35c doz. ( FOt'I.TRY— Chick ess—Hens'at §11, and Chickens at • $7(« 8 \y doz. Di cks —At 17 doz. Gki>e—At .4-5 pair. Turkeys —At 25ft 28c \s' lb, as per qual- ' itr. 'FRESH MEATS —lieef, G(S9e.; Veal, 9& 12c.; Hogs, 12(« 13c. \f.' lb. SAN RAFAEL M...

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at tlic Uariii Hotel. : l [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 24 March 1866

at tlic Uariii Hotel. : l March 17th. Jas Dixon, E Ellerv, J liritton, L Stinder, A 1) Ea«koot, I) NlfMull<'n.i 18. .) 1$ Arbuckle, M L Stafford, J L Van : ltcv iios» ini. 1!>. A \V Tluell. J Conner, .Tno Grffin, Jas ( Irwin, C 1' Hall. II Curtis wife and t-i-ter, J W Olds G Cheeda. X II Olds J Garcia. ; Fas Ford, C II Young, G \V Gordon, J Mc Hrown, I. Smith, wife and sifter. 'I 20. F\V Longee, .T S Van Dorrn. Wm G ; Davis Jas llyntt, Luis Castro, V Hcldaly, !< Church, S Whipple, S Richardson, Loomis 1 Curtis, J O'Kane, O Aldermm, J Syme«, R 'jC Clark, T Johnson, Wm Miller, Mrs Van j Winkle. 21. M Smith. X* Hilton, J McM Shafrer, . Geo Hurife, A Ingerman, C Jones, S Smith, I> I) Wilder, C Smith, I) J Mackie, J llur- 1 I kins, C Hurkins I, DeFremerv, M Scharp | I 22, I< C l'vle, C Smith, 1) J Mackie, Jose ,j Garcia, 11 1) Reynolds, R Frisby.

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

MOW ADVHIII'ISIIMKNTS. House and Lot at Private Sale. rnllK UXDFRSIGXED OFFERS AT JL private sale that > \---w I HOUSE AND LOT situated in San Rafael, known as the "l'irker Property." The House is stories, I and contains r>ix rooms. The Lot is 50x7"> yards, yid has therein Js4> JhVttiJ Tivcs, •50 Grape Vines, together with a choice lot | of Shrubbery. For further information enquire of the undersigned at S«n Rafael. mh2l JAMES M. HARRIS. ' I II EA PHKS. The well-known and celebrated Ohio lJ«'Sij>oi*, (called the New York Improved, or Seymour & Morgan") Combined Machine, with ureat improvements, having a STEEL CUTTER-BAR, can be changed from a Reaper to a Mower in ten minutes ; cuts 6 and G.J feet swath, 1 \*rhin one inch or two feet from the ground; will cut 18 to 20 acres per day. Can be' used with two or more horses. Will work on SIDE where ot/in Marhinrs trill nut. I hey are easier to get the grain off than any ot...

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

A. D. EASKOOT, COUNTY SURVEYOR, UiLL ATTEND TO ALL BUSINESS f V entru«t?d t<> his cars with promptaesv and despatch. Orders may be left at tl« Journal office or Chert's S&ieoß, S*a Pmfaet^ FOUND OX THE FOURTH OF MARCH BE. tween Petaiuma and the Lagoon, Spotted llor>e. Hid on when fiund, a Saddle. The ewatf can obtain the san>e by calling on mh2l *£1. HOWE, Lagorta. PIGTED UP ON THE BEACH. AT BOLIXAS, Olf or about the Ist of March A Whitehall Boat. K|ll her stem and about four feet of her itir. board how gone. The owner is requested to enme forward, pr®ve propertv and Uk» the snm" away. A. D. EASKOOT, inii24-3w Bolinn. I'LORi;\CE Sowinir 3laeliines. Copy of the Report of the Committee of Award* at the Fair of the AMERICAN INSTITUTE, NKW YORK, 1865, To the FLORENCE SEWING MACHINE CO. for the Best Family Sewing Machine. HIGHEST PRfMIUM ! COLD MEDAL! REASONS: Ist. !ts simpiicity and great range of work. 2d. The Reversible Feed Moti...

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TOWI ASTD COUXTT IKTELLiaESCE. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 24 March 1866

TOWI ASTD COUXTT IKTELLiaESCE. Ularin (fountij 3»ourn:il. SAX RAFAEI.7 : jMAItCH 21. 1866 Religious.—lteT. Wm. Gordon will hold divine service at the Public School House in this place to-morrow at 2 o'eloc'k r. >t. ♦.» THk Journal and Argut says that our Assemblyman, Mr. Olds, is "tremenduou* with the l>oniniit.6K on ountv The publisher* of that journal found out that fact to their sorrow. They well mav wail ! . Accident.—At 01ema, on Saturday last, a con of X. 11. Olds, E«q„ aged about ten years, bad his arm broken by falling from a horae. lie met with a similar accident about a year ago. ■ ♦♦♦ llobse Show. —On Saturday next a grand display of horse flesh will take place at the race course near Petal um*. So the Ar.,-u--tells us. — — Advice Gratis !—We would advice Mr. Fairfax, one of our Supervisors, to resign his seat on the Board, inasmuch as the balance of that honorable body rescind oidors pasted while in session, after the Hoard ha* adjourned. 4 • ♦ Thb ...

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