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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 31 March 1866
=3= —: —— --zz'-sr.'—* i— — - r 1 . DR. W. D. TRtttOUtt, ~ I Alfc s g *} j OFFICB, PHIBKH BIOOK, &gt;■•!■ ItrMl, P«tftl««* RESPECTFULLY «An Mi &gt;i ill ill B it mtim »tooyMM* ti i&gt; fMMtMifc all Kr«»eKaa of Uipnkite. tar Tt*th mmH&lt; In &lt;fc» wM Mi •mi mMktifl* MWMti ika* Mai M * jIHMd to tk* lataM M&lt; Mt IffMIN •tyla. Ttrth mi knhky IMto. Ttrtli ifcynl «OMI. m 4 VnuMn Put*. ha ft miml to I «Mi Mi Mi ftll #MM ft MIMI ' tad Qhh tr«otoi iM fNft bftf &gt;iptriw&gt;w to wp Mi iwig' ' btm iwimt «Mi mm «f fht BfM lMll» tuumw l« tlx C«M Atom, I M —Wit". to ilmm «k*My hwM«M Mr fit* wiiy. WUi M iim4&gt; WMkft&gt;&lt; Mhfti »y»T-*r __________ WHITS ft BAUin, GKNKRAL NEWS AUSNIV, 413 Wuhioftoa StiMt, Sftft Flftirffttft. GTSikNripikMNMindkid Apln Prtncltco It ptHilw' yrtlM. 0* dm for pMt«c« atoMift Mi Umml Im&gt; ' not «ta»pa ft 11*4 at OovmuMMt VMM. * llTNtw Bjwb wnlwi fcywftfMWfc r it* if /...
t [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 31 March 1866
t e t *4 frwfcjffigt* aad marmara— Mwhhi Wad ibout diKo^wuti loidMikqr kiCaStw mJ for, MWA |wnrt and with profit, BMif flmiftiniai promNti, IM«( aewa both horn* and fortifa, Batf tIMMIIMJt ud ilw pomi, IMtkiluiluiiai itoriw Mk as why thU donning, . Hn&gt;liU Hivir, we should tell you Via* the graeev, MorrU Hyman. Fk«M As sw» who takes the letter* YfttfcSfUm* from UneU Samual j UmAb 9am tU rowdies mll him; 7saa&gt; tfesaa &lt;U Am em* a mjseege Mump Wad. but (Irmly spokra. "ltsaea lo pay a* what you owa us." M It ia to kw eaoh meaaafe, Wlpn ear fundi art all exhausted, mMt«ht lnt "grstaback" has left us, «M Um geld eoia all haa TaaUhed, mbsbsss*- . Oom la par th* landlord tributa, aim t» pay the faithful mailar, OoM to pap old Uado Sanual; VaakSaai, dl* rowdiee oall "him. M It ia to tarn oar lodftr, Taradw leavte of oar old ledger, HH'MtO wlial aaaa are do* ua j Dm fnr yeara of pleoeaat reading, Da* defile oar patient waiting, D— jeaplte oar ooeutaat dunning, ...
INBmumII m« the HcaM. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 31 March 1866
INBmumII m« the HcaM. Ofteof (he drollest scenes of vituperation ftbel O'Connell e»»r inured in, took flaM ifi the early part of hit life. Kflfleeg after lie wm tolled to the bar, Hi character and peculiar talents reeeived from alt who were eaauelly acquainted with, him. nTMMIt for vituperative language was perceived; and by some he wae, &amp;et In those daja; considered match* IfMjfts a aoold. However, there was el wet tunc a certain woman, Biddy who had a huckster'e stall. Mi (Me end of the quay, nearly oppo•ile the Four Conner* She was a vithe Irst order, very able with her fists, and still more formidable vUh bee tongue. From one end of Deb#* to the ether, she was notorious foir'h* »bee*. and eren in .the prov. Mk Mn. Moriartj's language had pHliats currency. J|h* directory of the Dublin slang ||| K4M considerably enlarged by her, lid her voluble impudence had alMeet become proverbial. Some ef tyOeibncffi friends, however, thought ' M could beat her at the use of her own...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 31 March 1866
—John Morrisej, the pugilist, and now a wealthy "sport" at Saratoga, is a candidate for Congress. —A Southern correspondent claims that Hamlet was a cotton planter, from his remark, "By these piekers and stealers." ' —If a girl .is unfortunately stone blind let her get married ; if that do#n't open her eyes, nothing will. —What is the merriest Sunday in th» year ? Wit Sunday. —A lady told her husband she reed the "The Art of Love' on purpose to be agreeable to hirm "I would rather have the love without art," replied he. —The House oi Representatives of Pennsylvania has passed a bill appropriating #500,000 to the sufferers by McCausland'a raid at Chambersburg iin 1864. The earn of 910,000 was i given for the same purpose last year, i —A Chicago reporter lately donned the female garb and visited a "re* nowned astrologer** in that city, who &gt; assured him that a malign spell was hanging over his life and blighting his prospects, and offered for fifty dollars . to semove it—to...
HTHUBIHB BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 31 March 1866
HTHUBIHB BREVITIES. —In tbe report of a down.east agricultural fair occurs the following; "Beat bed eomforter—Miss Mary Hall." —Generally, as soon as a man is supposed to have a little money, bis wife gets too lama to walk, and mast have a* carriage. * —Sambo which race has the harder skull, the white or black ? Ouess de white race, 'catue many of 'em are copperheads. —A Woman is said to ba a mere delusion, but it is sometimes pleaaent to bug deluaions. —A. Newspaper recently contained the following in its notices to correspondents, "Truth is crowded out of our colums this week." .. —What is the difference between a honeycomb and a honeymoon ? A honeycomb consists of a number of small "cells" and a honeymoon consists of one great "sell." — They are trying to find a young man in Chicago who ia heir to 9100,000. We knot* several young ladies in this place who are looking for one just like him. —A chap out West, who bad been severely afflicted with palpitation of the heart, says be fou...
The Law of Newspapers. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 31 March 1866
The Law of Newspapers. 1. Subscriber# who do not gire express notice to the contrary, are considered a* wishing to continue their subscription. 2. If subscribers order their papers discontinued without paying up, publishers may continue them until all arrears are paid. . 3. If subscribers neglect or refnse to tak* their papers from the office or place to which they are sent, they are responsible until they settle their bills and give notice to discontina* them. 4. If subscribers move to other plaec* without informing the publisher, and th« paper is sent to the former direction, they art held responsible. 5. The courts hsve decided that refusing to take s paper or periodical from the office, or removing and leaving it uncalled for, is prima facie evidence of intentional fraud.
United States Offioial Directory. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 31 March 1866
United States Offioial Directory. President Andrew Johnioi* Vice President Lafayette S. Foater Secretary of State Wm. H. Seward Secretary of the Treasury Hugh MtCulloch Secretary of War Edwin M. Stanton Secretary of the Navy Gideon Welle# Secretary of the Interior Jamra Harlan Postmaster General. iVilliam Dennis,id Attorney General JaAiea Speed
Meeting of the Courts. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 31 March 1866
Meeting of the Courts. District Court, (7 th Judicial District.) J, R. Southard, J urine.— lot Monday in March, July and Third Monday in November. County Court and Probate Court. Ot«. Steele, Judge.—Third Monday in March, June, September and December. Board of Superritort.— Ist Monday in February, May, August and November.
County Official Directory* [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 31 March 1866
County Official Directory* District Judge J. B. Southard County Judge .Geo, Steel# Dittrict Attorney Bradley Hall Sheriff. John Oumoa Under Sheriff .P. K. Austiri, County C1erk.,.,.. Daniel T.Taylor Deputy County Clerk Jonn Reynolds Treasurer - E. B Makta Surveyor A. D. Easkoot Attestor R. Shearer Superintendent of Schools Ai Bsfney Board of Supervisors....L. K. Baldwin, O. W. Burbank. L'has. S. Fairfax* Justices of the Peace : % ' San Rafael—T. Mahon, Ja«. M. Wait#. Notato—J. O. Haven, J. W. Atherton. San Antonio—J. Wallace, G. Grrig. Tomalea —Thn«. J. Ablea, W. Vaadsrbilt, Bolinas —D. Wheeler, J. Almy. Saucelito—L. H. Wire. Constables: San Rafael—O. C. Hawkins, C. J. Siap&gt; ton. • Norato—W. T. Brown, G. W. Daley, San Anionic—J. Bradley, F. Kuhnle. Tomalea —H. Clovett. H. J. Beck. Nvcasio—P. Irving H. D. Connell. Punta Reyes— I T. Crandall. E. St John* Bolinas—P. Garcia, A. Barlow. Saucelito—P. Doltn, J. Bickerstaff Road Masters : San Rafael—District No. 1, D. Win an#. No...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 31 March 1866
LeDoyen's Family Medicines. LeDOYEN'S S&amp;rs&amp;parilla, Yellow Dock, lodine Alterative, FOR PURIFYING THE BLOOD ? Oivss Life to the Liver, Stomach, Spleen, Kidneys, Heart, Womb, Blndder, Nerves, Glands, Blood, lllarrow, and Bones* LeDOTEN'S Vegetable Cathartic Pills, ARE NATURES PHYSIC. They invigorate. Cleanse, and Purify ; Regulate the Becretions and Liver; Mild and Easy of operation; Correct Costivenesa! Prevent Disrrhse, Dysentery, Piles, Spasms, Colic, Rheumatism. Tli© Eyes! The Eyes! —— LeDO,YE&gt; T, S Celebrated Eye Water, For all Inflamation or tub Eye Ba'lls.Eye Lids, Granular Lids. Weakness. Colds. Droppino op Tears, Wounds, Injuries, Congestion, Amaurosis, Weak Nerves, Cataract, Irritation, &amp;e., &amp;c., &amp;c. &gt; It Saves Money, Time and Eyes. DAVIDSON'S Circassian. Bloom, A Delightful Heactifier anb Preserver of thb Complexion and Skin. a This is a most delightful and refreshing liqliid bloom for the fa...
I- – SATURDAY :::::: APRIL 7. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 7 April 1866
I- - SATURDAY :::::: APRIL 7. Mat a kis» ever be the seal of the heart. ■ ♦ Vftr are the.Radicals not to be relied upt)n? Because they hart lien IVtule and fouud Granting.,, . Lr a woman tells more than the truth in telling a rival's nge, she will probably make til* thing even in telling her own. Taa Island of Santa Cruz ha* been severely shaken. It was described by the oldest inhabitant as a •'rum old earthquake." ♦♦♦ A tapku in the interest of one of our politicians boasts that he "can stand upon his intellectual capital." We suppose it means that, he can stand upon his hqpd. A Yatix.—Mr. D. F. Ilnnks, of Charleston, Illinois, writes to the N. Y. Tribune \ ' "I am the only man now living that can tell! about Abraham Lincoln from his birth to his death." Yarns are always sold by Hanks. "CoMixft events cast their shadows brforc them." Old Mrs. Jones is eighty years of age, and is much given to drepming. On being informed of the drowning of lirown, •he exclaimod: "La 3 I knowed the p...
The Attitude of the Supreme Court of the! United States ) [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 7 April 1866
The Attitude of the Supreme Court of the! United States ) The following art the particulars of tht late deei«ion of the Supreme Caurt of tht United State*, to the effect that the States' i lately in revolt have not been converted into Territories, aa alleged by the Radical*, but | are stiil States of the Union. They art given i in the Washington correspondence of the N, Y. Herald: ! I , "An important decision was rendered in the Supreme Court some ten days since.' bearing upon the statu* of the rebellious 1 States, which seem* to have been entirely overlooked by the correspondents h»re. It is, however, a signifi • straw, indicating! i the correctness of Pre bn«oti"s position and the folly of the . f the party in Congress which i« now in fister-&lt; ing and carrying out an extensive revolution! nion* dangerous to the countrythan the late j rebellion. i I "The point raised was whether the Supreme* j Court would take np tho«e case* from the .Southern States which hadheen set on...
Clippings of Eftiteni Hew .s» [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 7 April 1866
Clippings of Eftiteni Hew .s» , The negroos of W Mronsin haw j»at obtained the right of suffrage in • novel way. In 1849, at a general ejection, an amendment striking out the word ••white" frem the suffrage clanse of the Constitution wa« submitted to tbepi-oplc. Therttum* ahowed that upon the question A.?U votes were rest in the affirm a i»e and *,OJi in the negative, while the agi;rvcata vott for State otfirers In as 31.709 'The cans-assert decided that 'the anictidiKcnt was not carried, not hanng ■ received a majority of all the votrt cast "at the election." The "*uprctut Court of the State, upon a te*t case, has just decided that the amendment received a majority of all. I the vntes ca«t upon that particular ques'ion. I and that therefore the amendment is part of the fundamental law of the State, 1 Colonel Ward li. Lemon, who was Marshal of the District of Columbia under the j las; administration, hat written a letter to I President Johnson, a-surlng him that he is doing precisel...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 7 April 1866
J r 9 V RICRIVID -*u uiat ar— LABmS' DRESS GOODS. Ila con* jaence of th«r« being bit eld patpattema hi the market, I have not kept tht a beet goods, bat apoti tht v rival of aew styles from Enrap* I have laid is a a«p* ply which I offer to tht pablie at tow ■aUa, noßitts HYVAII. B A XLS Y*S HAMPI.K HOOMa Ho. 717 Darla strwt, 8n Fnaoiaoo, Cboicc %Viuc» and Liquor* at 'W'holttala and Retail, fel7-3* BAB BOOK AVD RESTAUBA9T FOlt RAI.K. undersigned offer* for aale oa taaa* owab&gt;» teems the Bar aad Innattal now occupied by him, adjoining tM Market o| K. Duboi*. The abovt ia a good ataad, snd a splendid rbn of custom ia now established. The res son for telling la that Hie proprietor it about leaving the State, Foe further information apply at thia oAca or to the undersigned on the premises. hIM« PIERRE Vf*J. Home and Wggoa Palntinj —A*P—PAPtR HANQINQ* THE ondereigned having removed frnot hia old atand ta tht hoaat of Mra. HkMoer*, it now prepartd to execute all otdara aa* trust...