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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 23 March 1861

THE MARIN COUNTY JOURNAL. SAN RAFAEL, MARIN CO'Y., CAL. SATURDAY, MARCH 23, 1861. NO. 1. VOL. 1.

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Meeting of the Courts. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 23 March 1861

Meeting of the Courts. DISTRICT COURT, 7th Judicial District. Hon. E. W. McKINSTRY, Judge. Meets on the 1st Monday in March, July and November. COURT OF SESSIONS; R. B. FRINK, Judge; James T. Stocker, Paul Figaro Associ-, ates. Meets on the 1st Monday in Feb'y., May, August and November. COUNTY COURT AND PROBATE COURT. Meets at the same time as Court of Sessions. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS. -- Meets on the 1st Monday in Feb'y., May, August and November.

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Cou*ty OfEcei'S. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 23 March 1861

County Officers. County Judge. — Hon. R. B. FRINK. Sheriff. — VAL. D. DOUB. Deputy do. — James M. Harris. District Att'y. — JNO. H. HARALSON County Clerk. — DAN'L. T. TAYLOR. Deputy do. — S. BOLIVAR HARRIS. Treasurer. — THOS. H. HANSON. Surveyor. — A. D. EASKOOT. Assessor. — J. B. JACOBS. Coroner. — T. K. WATSON. Sup't. of Schools. — T. J. ABLES. Board of Supervisors — JAS. DIXON, . OLDS, J. W. BUFFINGTON. "I'll Omit That." — A green, good [n]atured, money making, up coun[t]y He commenced the ceremo[ni]es remarking, that "it was custo[m] such occasions to commence wi[th] yer, but he believed he would['nt] [th]at." After tying the knot he [did,] it was customary to give the m[arried] [c]ouple some advice, bu he believ[ed he] [c]ould admit that. It vas custo[mar]y [t]oo, to kiss the bride, but he beli[eved] [h]e would omit that also." The [c] [erem]ony being'ended, the bridegroom [th]e ]justice by the button-hole, [and] [sn]apping his fingers on his nose, said Squire, it's customary t...

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Origin a!. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 23 March 1861

Original. For the "Journal." ELIA. BY J. C. In the far sunny South, where the sweet orange blossoms, Shed their witching perfume on the still evening gale, While the song of the night-birds, from the deep, shady forest; [Fl]oats on with the zephyr o'er mountain and vale. [In] this land of enchantment--this home of [the fairies,] Where sorrow is nameless, and joy ever reigns, [li]ved the golden-haired Elia, whose radiant beauty, Filled my heart with sweet pleasure unshadowed with pain. A fawn had not foot-step, more light or more graceful, The gazelle had not eyes more dewy and bright; And the night-birds were silent, when Elia's clear music, Echoed thro' the deep hush of a summer midnight. To-night thou art near me, Elia, my darling; Only give me one word —only give me one [smile] And I'll die almost happy —ah ! my heart art thou dreaming? Fair Elia will never thy sorrow beguile, No more on this earth will those eyes greet the sunlight, No more shall that [f]orm roam o'er woodland a...

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% tlttt cs♦ [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 23 March 1861

Selected. A POCKET COMPANION.—Henious Offenses for Ge[n]tlemen.—1 Having your boots blacked [on?] the public streets or [parks. 2 Neglecting to offer a lady your coat, or omnibus, even though you are exceedingly tired yourself or indisposed. 3. Appearing in public without gloves. 4. Wearing] your hair an[d] beard to your own taste, instead of submitting to that of society's law-given-fashion. 5. Disputing with a lady, or even differing from her in opinion. 6. Inability to take hints concerning presents, invitations to the opera, theatre, balls, balls, drives, skating and picnic parties. 7. Unwillingness to undergo all and every pain, mortification and difficulty that would arise were yet to attempt to gratify that formidable serpent--a lady's whim. 8. Endeavoring to be equally polite to everybody. Discriminate.) 9. Hesitation in pronouncing every lady's voice "the finest you ever heard!" For Ladies.--Very shocking things to do or say. 1. To see perfection in any female--besides your...

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A Moorish Legend. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 23 March 1861

A Moorish Legend. A Spanish Moor, being at the eve of setting out on a pilgrimage to Mecca, intrusted all his money to a man who had hitherto borne a reputation for unblemished probity. His fortune consisted of two thousand besants. On his return, he was not a little surprised when the reputed honest man denied all knowledge of himself or his money. The pilgrim entered a complaint against him, entreated the Judge to help him to his property, and took his oath on the truth of his statement; but all in vain. The old man's good name outweighed all he could say; the plaintiff was non-suited, and went away in despair. Presently he met an old woman, who was toddling along with the help of a staff. Touched by the stranger's grief, she stopped him, hailed him in Allah's name, bid him take heart, and having listened to his unvarnished tale, said: "Be of good cheer, young man.— Maybe with Allah's aid, I shall get back your gold. Do you buy a chest and fill it with sand or mould; only let it b...

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An Indian Captive's Adventure with a Bear. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 23 March 1861

An Indian Captive's Adventure with a Bear. The following laughable affair is from a book entitled Fisher's River Scenes and Characters. The incident is located in North Carolina. It is the story of a man named "Oliver Stanley,"who was taken captive by wild "Injins." After some consideration, they put him into an empty oil barrel, and headed .iim up, leaving the bunghole open, that he might be longer dying. The prisoner relates a portion of his experience in this wise: "I determined to get out'n that or bust a trace; and so l pounded away with my fist, till I beat it nearly into a jelly, at the end of the bar'l; but it were no go. Then I butted a spell with my noggin, but I had no purchase like old rams have when they butt; fur you know, they back ever so far when they make a tilt. So I caved in, made my last will and testament and virtually gave up the ghost. It wur a mighty serious time with me for sure. While I were lying thar, balancing accounts with t'other world, and afore I ha...

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To tHE Piopie op the County or . THIS PArEK 13 MOST REftfICTyULI/t DEDICATED : [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 23 March 1861

To the People of the County of Marin this paper is most respectfully dedicated: Marin County Journal. SAN RAFAEL, MARCH 23. In assuming the duties of a journalist we sensibly feel the responsibility devolving upon us, but are satisfied that the people of this county, to whom we are well known, and for whom we desire principally to cull and please, will extend us that indulgence and support so necessary for the faithful discharge of our duties. The importance of a newspaper published within the borders of our county is known and felt by all, but we do not presume upon an ability to please all of our readers, but shall only endeavor to satisfy ourselves that we have discharged our duty without the fear, favor or affection of any clique or party, political or religious. As far as our space will allow, we shall endeavor to lay before our readers as much of the current news of the day relating to our county and state affairs as we shall deem interesting and useful. Communications on all ...

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aettiers' Mooting At Tomalos. j [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 23 March 1861

Settlers' Meeting At Tomales. At a mass meeting of the settlers of Tomales, held on the 16th day of February, 1861, the following resolutions were passed, with regard to the singular decision of Judge Hoffman, in confirming the claim: and the strangee conduct of Calhoun Benham Esq, in refusing to bring the case before the Supreme Court; and the audacity of the pretended owners of part of the claim, in bringing suits of ejectment without first ascertaining that they have lands here. Whereas, the late action of Judge Hoffmann, in confirming the claim of J. D. Galbraith, to the Bolsa de Tomales, he finding the same to be infected with Fraud and Forgery, is in our opinion contrary to all law, all justice, and common sense; and Whereas, the action of the District Attorney for the Northern District of California, (Calhoun Benham, Esq.) in refusing to take an appeal in the case, is in our opinion unprecedented, (considering the character of the claim, — the character of the claimants being...

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(l. r l'osy i::;rnr. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 23 March 1861

(PER PONY EXPRESS.) The Pony Express arrived at Fort Churchill yesterday morning, bringing St. Louis dates to March 9th. The following special dispatch was transmitted to the "Pacific Associated Press." St. Louis., March 6: Mr. Lincoln's Cabinet has been announced as follows: W. H. Seward, Sec'y of State. S. P. Chace Sec'y of Treasury. S. Cameron, of Penn. Sec'y of War C. Smith, of Indiana, Sec'y of the Interior. Montgomery Blair, of Md., Postmaster General. Edward Bates, of Missouri, Attorney General. IMMENSE.—Austria has just issued bank-notes of the value of four cents each. A MACHINE has been invented in England, which, being attached to the stern of a ship, pumps her out with a rapidity in ratio to her speed. THERE were one hundred and eighty six applications for divorce in Philadelphia during 1859. GOV. MORGAN, in his Message announces that the population of New York is about 3,870,000. The first negro slaves directly imported into Cuba, were forty negroes brought from the Cap...

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! |Hari;t Countir Ma [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 23 March 1861

Marin County Journal A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER Devoted to Foreign and Domestic Literature, Agriculture, and Interests of Marin County Published Every Saturday

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,| JEROME A. BARNJ [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 23 March 1861

JEROME A. BARNES :] 'iEUMS. V Subscription y car 0 AJOS. o ll.ya, - =/ Advertisement inser^l . following rates, 1 square of 12 lines or less, 2 sortion thereafter 1 00 \vill be eha-geM - liberal discount made to vcrtiscrs.

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Meeting of tho Courts® [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 23 March 1861

Meeting of the Courts I ISICT COURT, 7tli lilov. J]. \V. McKi.ysrnv, Judge. | the Ist Monday in -March, J u i v ' andH | COOT OF SESSIONS; 11. P,M juiidgo; .Iti/iics 7. .■ luvker, J'aul Fi</uro\ jatea. Moots on theJ.*t Monday in S .-'•ir , - uiin'ii-st itiid Novenil/ i. L jl?.V^ rY COL'lt'T AXI) PR(JjH |(- Ul iv r. Meets at the same time of Sessions. I JiOAKi) OF srrßiivisoiis.iH ion the Ist Monday in Feb'y., May H iiuid-Xovcniber.

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County Officers. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 23 March 1861

County Officers. County iTuiljje.—lion. It. ■]{. Sheriff.—VAL. I). DOUB. Deputy do.—James M. Karris. 'fl District Att'y.—JXO. 11. HAIIALiM? (.'aunty Clerk.-DAX'L. T. TAYLcBj| Deputy do.—S. Boi.ivak llai:hiB.^BSE Treasurer.—TllOS. ]I. lIAXSOX. Surveyor.—A. J). IJASKOOT. t ' k l Assessor. —J. B. JACOBS. "\J Coi'om r.—T. K. WATSOX. * '■'Up ■ ■ o< Schools.—j 1 , J. AHIjIJS, B iarti <,f St--, o«.—JAS. I)E !. OLD.;, J. W. BUFFIXUTt)X.

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MARIN II o'!' 1 SAX ItAr'A JOSS ANGELLOTT-, J • I'll OP R I ETOSjjßfflj [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 23 March 1861

MARIN II o'!' 1 SAX ItAr'A JOSS ANGELLOTT-, J • I'll OP R I ETOSjjßfflj X*' Dr. [jiv.ii the eel cb^HH^S Mrican traveller, who is at prcsei^^HH undred mills from its 'iie mountains of Rerembeia fIH )ur thousand feet over the .ssed of a fine climate and cgetation—lemon trees, oranges ino apples wowing wild in the voHH romismg tone had in abundance, leap, from he natives, who rgcly the ujper third of the ins becy. found in rocks whili were deposited ,: e the creajon of man, a frog's rij-url-. s'.sc s to Indicate that the S "1, when al re, must have weigflßH r'ri 300 to ,500 pounds. .';x "WAaks of Gor.n.—The '■vh li crunafe New York, by the / Lierpool, duriing the tiiH ~f v . ' , : panlo a month or so ago, • j w> i of :sij!00,()00 weighed 11,.7® - l' nl Is, and'laded six express ft 's were sen six horses cach pullin^ftsj " v lon loal of gold,along Broadwav^pl i a

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,!/ i-AW. HTSLIiIGENCE. f [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 23 March 1861

LAW INTELLIGENCE. 7th Judicial District, March Term, 1861. Hon. E. W. McKINSTRY, Judge. The People vs. ] For Murder. Allen R Shaw ] Trial and equitted by the Jury. Gustave Touchard. Executor &c. et al. vs. Settlers on Rancho Bolsa de Tomales. 28 cases of ejectment continued until next term of Court. H. W. Halleck, ] vs ] Compl't in equity J. F. Van Holand ] Demurrer argued and sustained, and leave granted plaintilf to amend his complaint within ten days, upon payment of $20 costs — and cause continued until next regular term. W. W. Neal, ] vs ] Foreclosure of Mtg. G. F. Snow. ] Dismissed for want of Prosecution. Geo. Keys, ] vs R. J. Preston, ] Upon motion of J. H. Haralson, at'y, and of counsel for plaintiff — ordered that the paper on file in this case, purportiug to be a satement for a new trial be stricken fromn the file, for that no motion of intention to move for new trial, or of motion for new trial has been filed or served by defendant. Rafael Garcia, et als ] vs...

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Hlnmd [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 23 March 1861

Married In San Francisco, March 14 by the Rev. Dr. Scott Col. A. McDuff, to Mrs. L. H. Messer, both of this county.

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Iltilffe. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 23 March 1861

Deaths. Died at the Metropolitan Hotel, in San Francisco, on the 16th inst., Wm. T. Parker of San Rafael, aged 34 years, a native of Sussex county, Va. When a god man dies a nation mourns; and in recording the death of this gentleman it becomes a sad and melancholy task — yet tis is somewhat relieved when we think of his many virtues, and can dwell with pleasure on contemplating his many acts of kindness and benevolence he has done whilst living amongst us. Ever true and sincere to his friends, he was not without forgiveness to his enemie. His death has left a void in Died at the residence o Jno. Lucas., Mr. James Murphy, of San Francisco, and a native of county Wexford, Ireland, aged 37 years. --> It is much to be regretted that while in the enjoyment of health, so little attention is paid by many to the preservation of so inestimable a blessing. Luxurious living, habits of indolence, exposure to sudden changes in temperature, and neglect of the premonitory symptoms of d...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 23 March 1861

1 DAN'!. T. TAYLORJ ; Notary Public & Conveyancer, I DEEDS. MORTGAGES, LEASES, | rOWEII OF ATTORNEY, Axn nil o'ber EEOAIj DOC'I'MRXTS, drawn-with DEPOSITIONS taJUen to IV.-' u=e<l in all the Courts of tliis ■ stnte. Examiner of Deeds andSEAIt-K-'IIEII Ob' RECORDS. : /'Has been faj miliar with tl o titles ot REAL ESTATE in this county mwv lf<so. Clerk's Other, San Rafael. m 23 Cm 'I r " ;

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