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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 13 April 1861
THE WELL KNOWN BLACK HORSE S Y D N E Y,&amp;? Owned by Switier &amp; De Long, will stand at SAN RAFAEL, from Saturday noon until Monday noon every week. Commenoing the first Saturday in April. t-y-TERMS, TEN DOLLARS. m 23—tf. I THE FRENCH STALLION IRON WORKS. THIS horse will stand the present season, in M*^V SAN RAFAEL, nt the stable of BARNARD &amp; CO'Y., commencing 011 the Ist day of April, and ending July Ist. the season, 15,00. JOEL MERCHANT, ni 23—ti Proprietor. , Reynolds, Howell &amp; Ford, Commission fJlcvtMs, 77 AND 79 DA VIS STREET, m 23—ly SAN FRANCISCO. BLOCK, LEVY &amp; CO., SAN RAFAEL, WOULD respectfully inform the citizens of San Rafael and vicinity, that they have on hand, and arc constantly receiving, a full assortment of 6cncr;il Mcvtlwntosr, which they will sell at unprecedented low prices, and consisting in part as follows ; Coats,' Pants, Vests, Shirts, Drawers, Boots, SHOES, HATS &amp; CAPS, And in fact everv art...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 13 April 1861
SANDS' SARSAPARELLA. NATURE'S TRUE RESTORATIVE. The Best, Safest, and Purest Tonic and Alternative ever It is recommended by the leading medical authorities and it highly approved by all who have tried it. Delicate ladies find it a perfect restorative; nnd persons who lead au- | dentary life will find their nervous and g«n--j ernl system strengthened by its uss. The great object of this medicine is FIRST.—To purify the system of all morbid matter, and impart to the blood such properties as to make it new, puac and rich. SECOND.—To cleanse the stomach and bowels of ocrid humors, ucidity, and all ma. cous matter, which cause so many and fatal diseases. THIRD —To soften and relieve "stricture of the skin,,Bll(l thus establish a healthy and natural flow of the " insensible perspiration." » FOURTH.—To impart tone and strenth to the digestive organs, and give great vigor and vitality to ull the organs of the body, i FIFTH.—To eradicate all diseased, impure, and poisonous particles from th...
Meeting of the Courts. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 20 April 1861
Meeting of the Courts. DISTRICT COURT, 7th Judicial District. Hon. E. W. McKinstry, Judge. Meets on the Ist Monday in March, July and November. COURT OF SESSIONS; R. B. Frisk, ■Judge; James T. Mocker, Paul Figaro Associates. Meets on the Ist Monday iu Feb')*., Mar, August and November. COUNTY COURT AND PROBATE 'COURT. Meets at the same time as Court ■of Sessions, BOARD OF SUPERVISORS.—Meets on the Ist Monday in Fcb'y., May, August •and Nofcinber.
County Officers. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 20 April 1861
County Officers. County Judge.—Hon. R. B. FIIINK. Sheriff.—VAL. D. DOUB. Deputy do.—James M. Harris. District Att'y.—JNO. 11. HARALSON County Clerk.—DAN'L. T. TAYLOR. Deputy do.—S. Bolivar Harris. Treasurer.—TllOS. 11. HANSON. Surveyor.—A. D. EASIvOOT. Assessor.—J. B. JACOBS. Coroner.—T. X. WATSON. Sup't. of Schools.—T. J. ABLES. Board of Supervisors.—JAS. DIXON D. OLDS, J. \\\ BUFFINGTON.
£ tUriti. A flight on the Ice. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 20 April 1861
Selected. A Night on the Ice. Shortly after my arrival in Canada, a severe accident, received on a shooting expedition, caused me to be placed for a time under the hospitable roof of the stipendary magistrate of Tircouaga, one of the prospective cities of the far west; and during the severe illness that followed, I could not have received more kindness had I been in my own home. When I left the woods the tints of autumn were flushing them with crimson and orange, as if their leaves had suddenly burst into blossoms; but ere I looked on them again, their glories had all vanished beneath the stern sway of the northern winter, with its train' of biting frosts and deep snows, while the broad winding Tircouaga river, which I had last seen so blue and wavy, was now hushed and stilled by the universal ice fetter. To me, but recently arrived from England, it seemed strange, how, amid so wild a solitude, this advent of a six months' winter could be welcomed as I saw it by those around me. I d...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 20 April 1861
professional tfarirs. MFL T. TAYfcOR. • J Ifotary Public &amp; Conveyancer. DEEDS, MORTGAGES, LEASES, POWER OF ATTORNEY, Asn all other LEGAL DOCUMENTS, drawn with dispatch. DEPOSITIONS taken to be used in all the Courts of this State. Examiner of Deeds and SEARCHER OF RECORDS. C?" Has been familiar with the titles of REAL ESTATE in this county since 1850. Clerk's Office, San Rafael. m 23 6m JNO. H. HARALSON, ATTORNEY AT LAW, SAN RAFAEL, MARIN CO. march 23—ly TIIOS. H. HANSON, Monuu at Xato, AND NOTARY PUBLIC, SAN RAFAEL, MARIN CO. m 33 tf CAL. Charles F. Rob bins, Importer and Dealer in TYPE, PRESSES, Printing Material, Inks, Card Stock. Nos. 11l and 113 Clay Street, m 23—ly SAN FRANCISCO. t PAINTER &amp; CO. Practical Printers and Dealers in Type, Presses, Printing Materials, Ink, Paper, Cards, tic. 510 Clay Street, above Sansome, t. d. taiVter. } SAN FRANCISCO. j. m. taintkr. £ llTOfficcs fitted out with t. b. rAiNTER. } dispatch. inarch 23—ly INFORMATION WANTED OF...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 20 April 1861
jSan Safari Institute AND BOARDING SCHOOL. Under the charge of the Iter- 11. Gilbert. Miss JULIA C. GILBERT, Principal The f.rst Session will commence in January—&lt;o continue 4 months. The Second Session will corymence in the middle of May, and continue 3 1-2 months. The Third Session will commence on the Ist!i of September, anc continue until Nov. 30th. TERMS. Hoard and Washing, per month 20,00 Tuition, in Primary Department 3,00 Higher English, 4,00 Ancient and Modern Languages, extra 2,00 Mus'ic, instrumental with use of Piano 8,00 Drawing, 3,00 Scholars will find ample accommodations in the Institute Building with the teacher, and be provided with well furnished Rooms. This Institute commands a fine view of the bay of San Francisco, and is situated in one of the most delightful valleys in the state. m 23—tf FOR SALE. The Subscribers offers for sale their entire stock of HORSES,HARES &amp; C OLTS about 60 in number, tame and wild,; amongst them are a number of g...
OUR AGENTS. ' [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 20 April 1861
OUR AGENTS. ' ifalttlottnii lonrnal. • r SAN EAFAEL, APRIL 20. Thos. Boyce, corner of Washington and Montgomery streets, San Francisco. H. T. Jones, Novato. Richard Magee, Squatterville NOT SATISFIED WITH HIS SITUATION,——Chick, confince in the County Jail to answer the charge of murder, concluded that "no pent up Utica" was the place for him, and that he. would at once start for Washoe, where he imagines he has rich claims demanding his immediate attention, and as Sheriff Doub opened his cell about one o'clock on Thursday last, for the purpose of examining it, Chick rushed upon him—a scuffle ensued, but before he had reached the outside, the sheriff succeeded in overpowering him, and led him back to his cell, not however until he had decorated his wrists with a pair of iron bracelets. CTThe difference dc and twcedle- dum" is plainly perceptible to us, since it was pointed out by our neighbor of the Sonoma CountsJournal Behold! "the mountain rumbled and forth came a mouse!" are being...
For the " Journal." An Inroad by Diggers. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 20 April 1861
For the " Journal." An Inroad by Diggers. Mr. Editor.—The trials and troubles, of laboring men have ever been a source of prolific grievance, and have been eloquently and forcibly set forth by writers for the press in this and older States, in language whose truthfulness was stamp-, ed upon every letter. Associations and companies have been formed, having for their object the clevi tion and amelioration of the white laboring classes, and no means have been left untried to better their condition. All encroachments on their legitimate sphere of action, have been zealously watched and promptly denounced,whether they were made by the importation of coolies or negroes, or, still worse, by the employ- ] incut of convict labor. Yet, sir, it' would seem that notwithstanding all the exertions of the friends of the white j laborer, a new enemy is to be introdu-1 ced, and the " Digger Indian" of the | country is to take the place of the white j . man in the agricultural pursuits of our people....
1 INTELLIGENCE BY PONY. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 20 April 1861
1 INTELLIGENCE BY PONY. I 51 The last Pony Express brought advices I from St. Louis to the oth inst. From the . dispatches received, we collate the following; The following are given as a portion oftho California uppointments: Collector—l. 1». Kankin. Superintendent of Mint.—R. J.-Ucvcni. Meltcr and ltctiner.—AV. S. Denio. Sub Treasurer.—D. W. Chceseman. ( .i Postmaster.—S. H. Parker. 1 Appraiser-General.—B. W. Mudgo, I On the night of the 3d of April, a stoanicr [ attempted to enter Charleston harbor. She r refused to show her colors, and was fired into 'j by the Battery on Morrii Islund, and put to sea. j &lt; ircat activity prevails at the Brooklyn I Navy Yard. Several vessels were expectedto jsail on the night of the 4th. | It is believed the aotivity in the Navy in I designed for the.collection of revenue in the Southern ports on shipboard, Some accounts II sav it is for the purpose of preventing the seizure of San Domingo by Spain, i he Attorney General is now consider...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 20 April 1861
SPECIAL NOTICES. Can Scroitla nr. cured r Most assuredly it can !!! Incontestible evidences, of cures in nuincr jus cases by Sands' Sursaparilla of the worst kind of Scrofula, salt rheum, fever sores, ulcers, liver complaint and the class of diseases arising from an impure state of the blood, or derangement of the biliary functions, are daily received from all quarters expressing the gratitude of su.ierers who are surprised to find themselves radically cured by this purifying and efficacious preparation. F. X. KAST, Sole agent of the well known "house of A. Skimi'.ri.ick, Philadelphia, whose •goods are recognised by the trade, as being better in quality of stock, workmanship and style, than any other house in the world, has now opened Sample Lot# at his extensive Warerooms, 214 California Street. The attention of the trade Is invited. See advertisement. lloahdmax's Ykabt PowDEit.—This article of Yeast Powder will render all articles of food made of flour or meal more nutritious, dig...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 20 April 1861
$10 REWARD Wii.i, be paid for information that will lead f• to the conviction of the' Contemptible scoundrcl und-pettv thief, who stole a half-worn s I pair of gauntlet gloves from " Lindscy's | Place," on. or about the 6th inst. • , a 20—It E. YAN ALLEN. R. C, CLARK, Justice of the Peace. : Special attention will be paid to drawing Deeds, Mortgages, Leases, Powers of Attor- ■ nev, and taking the acknowledgments thereto i %.* Justices of the Peace arc authorized by law to take the proof or acknowledgement of every conveyance affecting any real estate conveyed within their proper county. See Statute, Wood's Digest, p. 100, sec. *4. • Also, may take and certify the acknowledgement of a married woman to unv such conveyance of real estat •; Wood's Digest, p 102, sec. 21. Ollice, Court House Building, Sail ' Rafael. • » a 20—0 m List of Letters, d Remaining in the Post Office at San Rafael, April liitli 1861. Adams, John C. Hart, 11. Bates, 11. F. Harden, J. j Brioncs Gregorio Hanah, Wra...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 20 April 1861
i SANDS'SARSAPARELLA. 1 THE GREAT AMERICAN REMEDY x For the cure of all diseases arising from *\ an impure state of the blood. j . t . J I \ hi/ it is, so hiyhly esteemed and uniiversully ttsed. Because—lt produce the combined effects ofa tonic, alterativeund stimulative r ! medicine. ] Because—lt purfies the blood and expels ~ poisonous virus which engenders all ulcerous, und eruptive diseases . Because —It acts [powerfully upon the I j secretions of the body, and at once removes all impuritcs. [ Because—lt does not reduce the system but invigorates it—thus requiring no . j detention from business or pleasure. Because—lt may be tuken by delicate [j females und children at all seasons, with safety and benefit. Because —It never fails. JASK FOR SANDS' SARS APARILLA 1 AND TAKE NO OTIIEIt. Prepared by A. 11. &amp; I). Sands, Druggists,' 100 Fulton St, corner af William, X, Y, For sale by REDINUTON &amp; CO, Sun Francisco. j ! a 20—lm Nolo trailer's Xoticc. | Know all me...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 20 April 1861
Dr. J. C. YOUNtt, * Late Professor of the University of Pennsylvania, can be found at his private Medical Office and Hospital, -Yo.-751 C'lay Street, \ Opposite the S. W. corner of the l'laza, J SAN FRANCISCO. WHERE lie can be consulted privately, and with tlie utmost confidence by the -afflicted, at all hours daily, from U a. m. to 18 I'. M. Dh. Yor no addresses those who are suffer- j ■ ing under the affliction of private disease, &gt; whether arising from impure connection orj the terrible vice of self-abuse. Devoting his J i entire time to that particular branch of the i medical profession, he feels warranted in ! , oi ahaxtkkixo a ct itK ix am, eAsEs,whether ; of long standing or recently contracted, en-' s tirely removing the dregs of disease from the j system, anil making a perfect and permanent ' cure. j He would call the attention of the afflicted jto the fact of his long standing and well-! | earned reputation, furnishing sufficient assu- ! ranee of his skill and s...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 20 April 1861
|J»0. D. ABTHUK WM. N. Abtbcb. j J. D. ARTHUR It SON, Importers and Jobber* of Agricultural Implement*, OF ALL KINDS. ; 18 6 1 ) Reapers and Combined MACHINES. r «Wk now offer for sale the celebrated Xhw ' Vouk Hkavku and Mower, made expre**ly j j for California by Warder &amp; Child, at Spring* r Held Ohio. We have sold the above make of Machine* ( for the last five yearn, with increased sale# cvi cry year. One hundred and seventy six of I these Reapers, were sold last year, all of which • gave the most perfect satisfaction as being tha most durable,light running and complete Uea- .! per and Mower in use. Extra parts always , on hand. '| Also, Keteoum's Mower. Improved for J 1801. Said to be the best single Mower ov« j er made. I, Also, the Vermont Mower and lteaper. A j light-draft; cuts 5 feet; suitable for small farms. ' Also, llall's; Pitts* &amp; Russell'*, Threshers, i Powers, etc. )| Hradlev's Patent Horse Hiikes. 1 Revolving Horse Hakes, all siros. llav lUul...
GOD SPEED TIIE PI.OW. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 20 April 1861
GOD SPEED TIIE PI.OW. IfSriu GwMttu fonrnal. * "■ 'Yl '•r • . ,'J ■■ r_ - SAN RAFAEL, APBIL 20. GoU speed the plough-share!—tell mo not Disgrace attends the toil Of those who plough the dark green sod, Or tOl tho fruitful soil. 'Why should the honest ploughman shrink From mingling in the von Of learning and of wisdom,"sincc Tis mind that makes the man. Ep*A Correspondent has kindly furnished us with the following:—