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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 31 March 1866
Etbst Ladt Armian* the el**»nt!f e*nbrmdered arid braided cloalc and man'!? which ha** become the raj®. Many are deterred from hanr.* them from fha appar. ent immeni'r of l«bor rrquiaita lo handsomely trim theae garmenta; bo% br a Grower It Baker fiewinf Marhin-, the taak &gt;rrr&gt;mt-, • pleasure, and rh&gt;• e«ee!len'. ma hina #a»&gt; •u(m in ■ marr»llou«lf hande«me and rapid ■an net U» bmM •ÜborsW ud baauuful |«p»
The Old Woman and tbo Crow. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 31 March 1866
The Old Woman and tbo Crow. The following story aound* considerably lik* •• I'oe'* H«v*n,"— p*rhape Poe'a aong it taken from it. For " light reading," this is hard to bo«t, and not a bad joke on the Methodist persuasion: At a certain cross, roads in tbe State of Alabama, s'ood a small grocery. or "whiskey shop, " previous to the rebellion, where " bu-t head." and "chain lightning" were dealt out to the unwashed, at the saali sum of tm cents a nip, or twenty cents a quart. The presiding genius of this delectable institution «i&gt; one IUII Sikes, who among other pets, had a doincstio crow, as the sic of spade*. Ti.is crow hsd learned am nig other thing*, to reiwrat tbe words ••damn you," which he. of course, heard frequently used in the grocery. During the preT«lenc« of a knock down and drag out «H'-t one day. however, the crow was frightened away and flew off .nto the floods, never to return. / A'mut t* ree miles from the grocery was a settlement meeting-house— an old tumble...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 31 March 1866
J l »T BBC BIT IB -iu KtvM or— LADIES' DRXBB GOODS. Ia conaeqaencc of there Ml| tat aM patpattern* in tbe aarkat, I have act kept tbe above gooda, bat apoa the arrival of new atylea froca Barope I have laid ia a aapply which X alar to tha pabUc at law &lt;&lt; rate*. MOKBBB HYIAII. BAILS Y*B SAMPLE HOOMB, No. 717 Davit rtroet, 8m Fraaeiaoa, Choice Winei aaH Ltf««n at Whalaaala aad Retail. fair-9a BAB BOOM AID BEBTAUKAXT POH HALE. TU'S undersigned offer* for aala on raaaonshle term* the Bar aad Reataaraat now ocrupled by hia, adjoining the Market of E. Dubois. The above ia a good ataad, and a aplendid ran of euetoa ia aow aatabliahed. The reaaon for aalliag la that tbe pmpriator is aboat leaving the State. Far further Information apply at thia odoe or ta the undersigned an tbe prealeea. falT-Cw . PIERRE VIEJ. House and Wagon Palntiif —ana — PAPER HANQINO. THE undersigned haviag raaoved Creai Ma old atand to tha hoaae of Mra, Sktdaore, i* now prepared to exaewta all or...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 31 March 1866
BBLIABLBEBBBR* s EDWARD B. 1()&gt;M ( 495 WASHINGTON BTBBXV, * smm nuronoo. " The unde*siuned, a practical AgriaohorUt. It M«Mfw4ll«M|| dM «nii«r Marabooia, luiNu m|h tthm, by at tattE, of oMb MMy m wtu Mt mmm «i»wiaai&lt; m tir h«4« w«| Mm mig mbM, ibo»r wbmn i« |tuto| ikw mm It MM kbUL Wa Im*o wUrth grawMa faopMi MMlth* dtirtMl «nMHk aato teim, lhatr aottta rottobUKy. Tfct taaafOHMMb* of ■* * * AU kiodt of Vtfotoblo Root** Alt kinds of Dow Eoodt, * AH kbkt of Groat tod Rod oad Wlfco . CtororSoodo, Alio Alfklflt ltd timt. Evngrm Soodt, ootivw if TMMMb iij Smm. AU kioda of Ttom ood llwiU, -«? AU kiodt of Flovort la tMvBMMb' AU kinds of fiolbo U (Mt M," Btra»korry ood Hnpliw|HM&lt;i H* aobaaribar liwi It topnftotM li) •mm amy tittoli fit ah, m wnlidk •arka. ihitHoM baa * aapirtai wribr, •ml, and BO mm trill MamMMW by W Mj IwoEttlißo 11^ ivuMlto. SmII pipmat wbolawßor«mA» . All eeeeoeMeee, ar «An%lfMi NMptW MUM to ffMMf. Oatalofaaa famiabad 00 BpfllMliMtp latta...
ffiari Counts Journal. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 31 March 1866
ffiari Counts Journal. i i MABCH 31. '.iw' Mwai tfarwttU are quoted »t 78j@78c. wripipir editor hji hi|iiWi&gt;ii in psliliili sermon en SmSmmJ «f Hell," M it vu a question illolhii reader* were deep* T*» S. F. Spin* warns iu dplaer publishing documents from State ■Adair aaieee they have the "d*ad thing" aa Aaaa. That joarnal wae the victim of aAffcaad confidence to the tane of about Aaety dollars * On. Ln eaje that th« "Sooth accept* mtHw of peace iu good kith." We 4ftqft doubt it. People who are flogged wfefela aa ixieh of their lives generally aeaapaea eeeeatioa of stripes in the best kind «f MA aad boms gratitude. "*iy- '* I. ■ »a » Amb lirrwaasT.—The interest proposed •d to laid by the State for twisty years in aid af Ae sonstraetion of the Westera Pa«MU BdHiaad and the Sacramento Valley •ai Plaaerville Railroad will amount to MrtyfeOOO .000, How do the peoplti of 'mmk like this? Tma Doo Law.—Under the new dog law, dog Ofien&gt;re taxed for keeping one male deg-...
The Ooostj Baat Qaestioo. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 31 March 1866
The Ooostj Baat Qaestioo. The enbjeet of re-locating the County Seat] of ,Marin county te exciting considerable and dieenssion among those interested in Ae matter. The time hae come.when the erection of permanent public buildings is imperatively required and demanded; and before the expensee of erecting euch : buildings are incured the permanent estab; liehment of the location of the County Seat' should be made and settled upon by a ma- 1 jority of the legally qualified electors of tbej county. A Bill providing for such rc-lo- 1 cation has been pending in the Legislature and is reported as having patse I botbahouees, 1 If it becomes a law ths contest will soon i commence between several locslities for the coveted location. San Rafael. NioaMO, Nova to , Olema, and perhsps Tomalss will each | claim to be the place where the hub of the county ahould be fixed. Each of those placea no do ibt will be ahown to have their eivantsg.*; their pleadera and impleaders. Pro bono publico will be o...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 31 March 1866
| Stratiot.—When it wm discovered by .the San Rafael people that Olds' Bill annexing a portion of Two Rook'fend Big Valley 1 to Marin county would give the county Beat to Tomale#,. tfcejr were willing to drop the Bill, and as a natural consequence it wa* ab- j ftracted from the Clerk'a desk, as the easiest way to insure ita defeat; but Olds deter-j mined to "fight it out on that line," has had j the Hill resuscitated, to the consternation of the San.Rafaelites. The people of To males i have the inside tr~ek now.—Argus. I Our neighbor is as correct aa usual. The people of San Safael were never in favor of annexing "a portion of Two Rock and Big ! Valley." As to the abstraction of the bill,! 1 we are inclined to think that the people of/ Petaluma knew more about that matter than did we of Ssn Rafael. The bill was "resusci-i, tated to the conaternation of the San Rafael- , ites!" Whew ! where did you get your information ? The people here did not get the newa of the abstraction of the ...
Message of President Johnson Vetoing the Oivil Bights BilL [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 31 March 1866
Message of President Johnson Vetoing the Oivil Bights BilL lb tht Senate of the United State*: I regret that the bill- eniitled "An Act to protect all persona in the United States in their civil right*, and to furnish means of their vindication, certain provi»ions which I cannot approve consistently with gnj sense of duty to the whole people and my obligation to the Constitution. By the first section all persons born in the United Statps, and not subject to foreign power, excluding Indians, not taxed are declared citizens.— This provision flbmprehend* the Chinese of the Pacific State*, Indians subject to taxation, Gypsies, a* well as the entire racc designated as blacks, people of color, negroes, mulattoes, and persons of African blood. iThe bill does not propose to give these classes any status of the citizenship of the States, except that which may result from their atatul as citizens of the United States. The power to confer rights of State citizenship is just a* exclusively with...
Arrival* at the ITlaria Hotel. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 31 March 1866
Arrival* at the ITlaria Hotel. March 24th Jii Dixon, Edw'd Steel', E Hooper, J Wilton, Samuel ltoney, J G Wilton, Wm'G C'Hur h. 25th. J McM Shafter. S Roney, Jeff Long 20th. H A llopkina, Titun Held* ly, W W Talmer, Alex For be-, II Ashler, H Snea'h. 27th. H T Cattinghara, M Levy. W Code, G S HaataelL II Allen. P Cro.by. 21th J Fattin. C W H*id, P Herny, Jaa Harinkamp, rt O Smith, U Kenuhet, W A Lendo Mm W il*on 3#ih U P Parker, D Kadi* and, WFt Ledlacder. R 8 Bailey. T ( YmxUU, Cftpt J O Will MA, E Cony.
; Commercial. !( [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 31 March 1866
; Commercial. ! ( 1 [Compiled from the Alia.] —&lt; i SAN FRANCISCO TftADE REPORT. I 1 Floor —Prices remain unchanged, and are i as follows : Extra, $7 00; superfine, $6 25 , @6 75. i Wheat—AtslB7@2oo. Barley—sl,oo for brewing; 95&lt;S;$l ty . 100 lbs. for feed. ji Oats—Wequote at $1',95@2,00. ( Hay—Quotable in cargo lots at prices ranging from $10 to $17. Potatoes—9sc(Ss I. as per qualify. DAIRY PRODUCE—The only notable ! change is an advance of 10(«'l2c doz. for ' Eggs. j ' Butter—Choice to prime dairy roll is qoutahle at 38@42c lb.; choice in kegs at | same rate*. 'j ' Lard—ln 10-lb tins at 21c lb. Cheese—Oar Lake at 25c.; other daries ' at 18@20c W lb. Egos—At 40@45c doz. ; POULTKYChickens —Hens at $11, and Chickens at [ doz. , Ducks —At $16@17 doz, 1 Geese—At $5 ft'pair. ji 1 Turkeys —At 25(?j28c ft? lb, as per qual--1 ity. FRESH MEATS—Bee r , fi@9c.; Veal, 9@ 12c.; Hogs, 12@13c. lb. '! SAN RAFAEL MARKET. J [Corrected by E. Dubois.] ,| FRESH MEaTS— Deef, B(fi 12...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 31 March 1866
" 'NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. | ISAAC SHAVER, II os s ' In il &lt;L ill&lt;r , — DEALER IX — j I All kind of Building Materials, j j Lumber, Shingles, Doors, Windows, Blinds,\ and in fact everything necessary for theerec- ■ tion of buildings constantly on hand. promptly tilled at rcduced prices. [rnh3l*6m-f BULLS FOR SALE Of the Thorough Breed Short-Horn Dirham Stock. J ONE YEARLING MULL, col- gSFPg* | or, dark reel wi'h no white I j .narks; sired hy the iinpnttH ■'L.jLl (hull ••Water-Prince," dam the thorough- i Ibred row "Milk-Miid.'' Also SEVERAL HULL CALVES, of thi. ; year, from Grade Cows an I ••Witer-Prince*'' At.plv to J. B. REDMOND, mh3l-2w Novato. !X&gt;R DII All AJE \ \ I \US, Jobbing and Retail Grocers, HAVE IN STORE AND FOR SALE r Af| BARRELS, HALF BARRELS. t)UU and Boxes, Crushed, Powdered, i . Granulated, Island and Coffee Su-1 K»r. 100 bag* Java, Co«ta Rica and Rio Coffee. 100 half cheats and boxes Black, Japan, Oreen and Breakfast Teas. 300 barrels, ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 31 March 1866
House and Lot at Private Bale. The undersigned offers at private tale that HOUSE AND LOT JH lituated in San Rafael, known as the "Parker Property." The Home is 14 stories, and eontaias nil loomi. The Lot ia 60x76 yards, and has thereon 30 Fruit Trees, SO Grape Vine*, together with a choice lot of Shrubbery. For farther information en • quire of the undersigned at San Rafael. mh24 JAMES M. HARRIS. REAPERS. The well known and celebrated Ohio lieaper, (called the New York Improved, or Seymour 8c Morgan) Combined Machine, with great improvements, having a STEEL CUTTER-BAR, can bcchinged from a Reaper to a Mower in ten minutea ; cuts 6 and 6J feet awath, within 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 HILLS, where other Maehinu will not. They are easier to get the grain off than any other machine, leaving it out of the way of the Reaper. The &lt;jria.nt Reaper cuts a SEVEN-FOOT SWATH; will rat T...
TOWI ATD COUSTY IFTELLIQEICE. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 31 March 1866
TOWI ATD COUSTY IFTELLIQEICE. gtarin County lounwl. BAN RAFAEL : : MARCH3I, 1366. Catholic S«rttci.—Ths usual religion* «ervices will be held at the Catholic Church, 1 is this place, to-morrow at 11 o'clock a. m. Tib aaa who undertook to hateh chickens from an egg-plant hat left thu burg and gene to raide at Rost' Landing. PiKi Stock.—We call attention to the advertisement of Mr. J. B.Redmond, who offera fine itock for sale. Atfbopriatiox.—The Legislature has appropriated the mm of two thousand dollar* to the Roman Catholic Orphan Asylum, located at Laa Gallinat. near this place. __ Rikotid.—Morria Hvman hat purchased' of R. C. Clark the frame tenement lately oc-j •apied by G. D. W. Robin»on, and removed' the same to his lot opposite the Marin Hotel. • Ihprotemint.—Mrs. Sheppsrd has encloaed with a picket fence the block on which iasituated her hotel,producing quite a change in the appearance of things in tbat locality. Wa aaw a drunken fellow, the other day, who mistaking a fly on ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 31 March 1866
SHERIFFS SALE. BY VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION ' issued out of the Court ot Timothy Ma-j I hon, E-q , Justice of the Peace in and 1 San Rafael Township, Marin county. California, tested February Bth a. d. 1866, in faJ voa • f theJ\*op!» of the State of California, ' and agsii sf the Real Estate heAinafter deS&lt;rnb"d, for the sum of One Hundred and; E'ghtv-three 15-100 DoMart. gold coin of| the United Staes, Delinquent Stste and jC"unty Taxes for the year 1865, and Seven-ty-five 43- Dollars coats of suit, together with accruing costs, and pursusnt to the provisions of sn art entitled "An Act to pro-1 vide Revenue for the aupport_ of the Oov-. ernmentof this State," approved May 17th,' 1861, and of the aeveral acta smendsto ] thereof and supplementary thereto. I s' expo*c f,»r tile at public suction, to the highest bidder for gold coin, in front of the Court Route at San Rifsel, 10a Sitorday the Third day of March, A. D. 1866. lat 12 o'clock K.. so much ol the following! ! describ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 31 March 1866
NXRVOUB ANTIDOTE It a Ceitala Ra Bawdy For Nervous Disorder*. It will Cm Anxiety, i*.i njiitTKi, Heart Disease, Imbecility, Palsy, Impoteaey, Suppressed M(bm, Pleurisy, RtttlcMDfW, • St. Vitua Dun, Tie Doloreux, Stricture, Neuralgia, Asthma, -Lom of Appetite, Coataliioai, Cholera Morbus, Bronchitis, Cholic, ' Fita, Dyaentery, Dyspepsia, Mental or Physical Debility, Gout, lleidacbe. Sleeplessness, Rheumatiam, And all diseaaee having their origin In derengrmcnt of the Nervous ay item. The preparation is harmless, and the cure* it produce* are perfectly aatoniahing. For aala by M. HYMAN. nlBtf CHOICE UQUOEB. JUST RECEIVED A CHOICE LOT OF LIQIIOItS, —coxiistwo or— Brandy, Whisky, Gin, Claret, Syrapa, Champage, eta mhl7 M. HYMAN. HIRAM AUSTIN, PRACTICAL SURVEYOR, OFFICE ONE DOOR NORTH OP THE Coort House, San Rafael. Thankful to the public tor past favore I hereby aolieit a continuance of ihe.same. Mb 12-1 y-ak E. B. MA HON, ATTORSEY AT LAW, — AMD — NOTARY PUBLIC, SAN RAFAEL, MARIN CO., C...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 31 March 1866
A. BLOCK , TUin takes tKia nstM of informing the I i (Mmm of Xsiia saaaty that he boa an ■ ban 4 and sAw isr sale the Iwaaai aad boa* | selected stack of yawl meeehaadtee ever I brought |o this nstkrt, whieb ha anil sell at i peioes whieb auaet tail to suit. My etatk eaaaiste la part ef fcwey and ataxia DRY COODS, D*hdM,PiteMMrtta«,Chfcau Fiat and Heavy Clothing, Boot*, Shonaad Br*f»i, Linen Shirts, Collars end Underwear, Hate and Caps, Hoop* and Balmoral Skirt*, A Ore at Variety of Millinery Qoode, Ladiee', Miaaea' and Childrana' Qaltera, Clovee and Ho* •lory, Blankets and Wall Paper, Grooeriea, Provision*, Winee, Liquon, Tobaooo, Hardware, Qoeexuware, Cutlery and Tinware. Putent MedicineM, Stationery &amp; Yankee Notions. Coal, Polar, Machine and Neatfoot Oil AMMUNITION, Psrfaasry, BesphTsllet Article* Together with aiany other artielea adapted to the wanu of the public, too nnaaereua to mention. All the above good a have been bought for eaab, and will be eold at a aasall ...