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Meeting of the Courts. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 11 May 1861

Meeting of the Courts. DISTKH 'T ('OI'UT, 7th Judicial District.' Hox. E. W. McKixstjsy, Judt,".'. M-ets mi the Ist Monday in March, July and Nuvemi>or. COI lIT Ol' SESSIONS; It. B. I-'uixK.j Judge; Jamrs T. Sfnci-er, Prut l Fijnro Associates. Meets on the Ist Monday iu Feb'v., Mav, August and November. county cor lit and probate COURT. Meets at the samr time as Court of Sessions. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS.—Meets on the Ist Monday in Feb'v., May, August and November.

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County Officers. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 11 May 1861

County Officers. County Judge.—Hon. 11. 11. FIUNK. j Sheriff.—VAL. 1). DOUB. Deputy do.—James M. Harris. District Att'y.—JNO. 11. HARALSON County (Jlerk,—DAN'L. T. TAYLOR. Deputy do.—S. Bvi.iv.ui II vutiis. Treasurer.—TllOS. 11. HANSON. Surveyor. —A. D. EASKOOT. Assessor. —J. 12. JACOBS. Coroner.—T. K. WATSON. Sup't. of Schools. —T. J. ABLES. Board of Supervisors. —JAS. l)IXON 1). OLDS, J. W. BUFFINUTON.

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tll rt c ft. I | Mind' your own Concerns. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 11 May 1861

tll rt c ft. I | Mind' your own Concerns. | Yes, mind your own concerns, my friends, j For they are yours alone: Don't talk i.botit your neighbor's faults, i But striv io me.id your own; \ "Wli.it if he u • • no' ai.vuys lead \ truly pc-rir -t I'-i : Supposing rial he sometimes frets, Or quarrels with his wife, Don't meddle—let him know, my friend, Your bettor-nature spurns To act the s;.\ on hi?n or his— So, mind yoiijiwii concerns! Yes, mind your own concerns, my freind, And presently you'll find j That you are fully occupied, Ami have icoiijii to mind. I What is't to you it' Sooks or Spooks I Should wed with Polly Jones? | What i .'t to you if Lawyer Grab j V plump half-million ownsr j The money ' • no; yours, iny friend, I Thouirli roldL:r stores he earns; | So. do not strive to count his wealth, liiiL mind vol. ' ov n concerns! Yes. l iiaci your o-,-:n concerns my friends, j It were a b. uer piai*, 1 Than aj'.wx ■■ >•» '• spying out . Tlli'f.t '.i M?.?l. | Remembe - ...

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"WAR tsbms [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 11 May 1861

"WAR tsbms The Columbian j'aixhan (pronouncied puy-zanl is >. largo gun, designed! 'principally fr:- {'.ring shells—it being! J far more actuate ti. v.\ the ordinary shell! 'mortar. ft is <.. :• s : .i" (if projecting a! large ehurgo #f powder, and at an angle I lof • ;' J below • ) •W a 1 avc the horizun;; it may l»c jmM. to combine the essential! ,quali:u's uf.the gu:i. the howitzer and; the m-aaar. .nd ni.t;. '»• used In place oij either <;;:o of the..--- pieewi in sea-coasl; lie:' . , f A mortar if • % cry short cannon with j a large !;or; ; ;c of them thirteen in-1 c'r.-s ;,i . i '.iv f.>> tiring shells.: These ■ in the army are set at an angle of \Y ami the range of the I shell is varied by altering the charge of, powder. ';!:•• hi 'lis caused to explode at just abom th-; time that it strikes,' by means of a : te •he length of which 1 is ad'.listed to t rime of flight to be , occupied by i *?o ; ' , which, of course, corre...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 11 May 1861

Charles F. Robbins, Importer and Dealer m TYPE, PRESSES, ! Printing Material, Inks, Card Stock.! Nos. 11l and 113 Clay Street, m 23—ly SAN FRANCISCO, j t PAINTER & CO. Practical Printers and Dealers in t Type, Presses, Printing 510 Clay .Street, above Sansome, i yt, b. r.vtxTLH. i SAN FRANCISCO, •j. m. i'ai.nteu. £ " >!ae.-s fitted out with! t. it. fainter. ) dispatch. march '23—ly j J "j INFORMATION WANTED / * '• sIMON C. IRISH, who, when Ih»? I . urd from, whs keeping and herding cat -1 tl»* in Mar'n county. Any information of him willl't. 1 thunUfully received bv li'hfihitil*. 1 I'letwcwotU'y J. H. AUTIU k SON, iu 23-*2iu , tiun FnmcNco.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 11 May 1861

frofrsstoiral (Laviis. ; I)AN'L T. TAYLOR J J i I Notary Public & Conveyancer. DEEDS, MORTGAGES, LEASES.' POWER OF ATTORNEY, I-Ynd all other LEGAL DOCUMENTS, | drawn with dispatch. DEPOSITIONS taken to be used in all the Courts of thin state. Examiner of Deeds and SEARCHER OF RECORDS. been familiar with the titles of REAL ESTATE in I this county since 1850. 1 Clerk's Office, San Rafael. m 23 Cm ! I : ' I JNQ. H. HARALSON J ATTORNEY AT LAW, SAN RAFAEL, MARIN CO.' i march 23—ly ! Til OS. 11. HANSON,! Attorney at il'alii, AND • . NOTARY PUBLIC, SAN RAFAEL, MARIN CO. i m 23 tf CAL. i . R . V . €liA R K , Justico of the Peaeo. 1 ' Special attention will be paid to drawing Deeds, ..Mortgages, Lease#, l'owers ol' AUor.u \, aiul taking the acknowledgments th. rem Justice;- of tlni iVr.c.' are HUtr.on/e'i bv law to take the proof ai luoii; nf every eouvcynnr:' aiiW-im..' any real estate convoyed within their c count;.. , See Statute, Wood's Digest. p. I>M>. ...

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' OUR AGENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 11 May 1861

' OUR AGENTS. statin County Journal.! SAN RAFAEL, MAY 11. ! Thos. Boyce, comer of Woshiugton and J Montgomery streets, San Francisco. H.'T. Jones, Nova to. Richard Magee, Squatterville. E. Levy, Olema. By reference to another column will be found the proceedings of the County Court and Court of Sessions, i Our boasted land of freedom and blood bought liberties are assailed by paricidal hands, and our kindred and friends in the east, are engaed in deadly conflict on the field of strife. An internecine war has been inaugurated by wiiy demagogues and irresponsible politicians, and the seed sown and nourished by political crceds and platforms, has taken deep loot,and is now bringing forth its legitimate fruit—anarchy and confusion. What is to be done? Shall wc stand aghast and wonder where, or how it will end? or shall we rally around the stars and stripes, the constitution and our liberties, and rescue our country from the hands of frenzied partisans? We art glad to know that the citiz...

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Public Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 11 May 1861

Public Meeting. In pursuance of "A Call" made in the Marin County Journal, to the citizens of Marin County to assemble at 1 the Court House in the town of San I Rafael, on the 6th day of May, for the ! purpose of adopting resolutions for the j better protection of our property, by i unlawful seizure by discharged Convicts, ! and to pledge their honor not to encourage them to settle in our midst,by giving | them employment under any circum- ; stances. On motion of Dr. P. d' Hierry, Ai Barney was called to the chair, and ■ |G. A. F. Clayton, appointed Secretary. 'The object of the meeting being explained in a few appropriate remarks by the Chairman; when on motion of Jas. .| T. Stocker, the following gentleman were appointed a committee to draft 1 resolutions: Messrs. V. D. Doub, Dr. d'Hierry, G. A. F. Clayton, and Oliver Irwin; whereupon the meeting adjourn- j ed until Wednesday, tho Bth inst. | On Wednesday at the appointed time; ipursuant to adjournment, the meeting; - was called t...

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Board of Supervisors. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 11 May 1861

Board of Supervisors. The regular term of the Board of Supervison of this county, commenced on Monday the 6th inst. The Board ordered bills to be paid out of the General fund, to the amount of #1435,29; and bills to be paid out of the Road fund, amounting to $882,21. The County warrants paid out of the Redemption fund, amounted to #613,51 —bids from 95 to 99 cents. The official bonds of Assessor Jacobs being deemed insufficient, he was ordered to file new bonds. Election precincts were formed at Squatterville and California City. The Sheriff was authorized to receive. proposals for furnishing the prisoners ; with board. A new School District was formed, in Tomnles Township, to be called American Valley District,

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Court of Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 11 May 1861

Court of Sessions. .i ——— May 6th., 1861. , The May term of the Court of Ses- . sions of this county met to-day. Present—Hon. R. B. Frink, Judge: ;J. T. Stocker and Pablo Figaros, Associates. The Grand Jury for the pre- ' sent {erm was empanneled, and consisted of the following named gentlemen: D. Clingan, Foreman; J. Abbot, !L. C. Pyle, Ai Barney, John Lucas, J. J. Bulis, E. Dubois, John Collister, W. Stienbeck, A. C. Petersen, P. Ray, G. King, J. G. Sheppard, M. Bevere, C. Talcott, A. C. McAlester. I Mat 7th.—The Grand Jury having finished all the business before them ! were discharged; having found true bills against A. P. Chick for the murdei - of i Leonard, and Peter Wittenberg for killing Wm. Swinerton. May 9th.—ln the case of the People vs Daniel W. Seaver, a nolle prosequi | was entered, and the defendant discharged. A sea-horse was lately caught in the Rappahannock river, Virginia, the creature is a about five inches in length,has the body and tail of a water dragon, and th...

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Latest Eastern Paragraphs. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 11 May 1861

Latest Eastern Paragraphs. j The 7th Regiment (N. Y.) hat arrived at Washington. ; Several steamers sailed on April 23rd ; from New York with troops for various :' points. f ; Buchannan is said to have fled to Canada for fear of the mob. r Col. May has resigned his commisiion in the Army, with other Maryland'ers. $600 (!) of the Confederates States ' loan at Mobile was taken by colored ; people. It is reported that 5,000 Virginia' troops were at Norfolk, and more arri- 1 ! vin gFort Mifflin has been garrisoned by an artillery company and the Kensington Rifles. ! The bridges of the Baltimore and Oi hio Railroad are being for public travel, Ben Mc Culloch has been reported at j Alexandria, Va.,with 2,000 Virginians, j It is stated that the secessionists have | erected batteries two miles below Mount i Vernon. i Large numbers of persons arrived at York,l'a., on the 25th. from Baltimore, whence they had fled. j It is said that the L T . S. ship "Constitution" was to sail to the mouth of...

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INTELLIGENCE BY PONY. Baltimore in the hands of a Tlot). Fears of collision at FortMcHenry. Tremendous W«r Excitement in the ortii. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 11 May 1861

INTELLIGENCE BY PONY. Baltimore in the hands of a Tlot). Fears of collision at FortMcHenry. Tremendous W«r Excitement in the \ortii. • Sr Louis via Fort Kkauxy April 2(> a. M. —The latest news lrom Annapolis states that the road is open to Washington. There is no eonhrniation of a reported attact on Fort Pickens; but rumors continue to arrive. The Fortsmouth, V'a., Transcript, of Tuesday, says dispatches reeievcd last night says Fort Pickens \tas taken by the Southern troops, with a loss of 2, oUO men. 'lne Baltimoie Sun says, on the authority of a private dispatches, that the report o) lighting at Tort Pickens is mcorect. The'latest mail advices from there were to the 17th of April. All the wholesale houses are closed. Five i cars arrived at Chambers burg, tilled with I families for Baltimore. Baltimore mo* j ney is o per cent below par. Pennsylvania money is being exchanged for gold unci silver. 2,000 men ure on their way from Charleston to Itichmond. The N.j I'. Commit...

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the latest. , Arrest of* Gen. Harney. Proclamation for the Blockade i of the Southern Ports. i Negro Insurrections in the South. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 11 May 1861

the latest. , Arrest of* Gen. Harney. Proclamation for the Blockade i of the Southern Ports. i Negro Insurrections in the South. ctc. etc. etc. St. Louis. April 28th. . Gen. Scott said on the 26th. that , Washington was safe, 13,000 troops are now there, and 3,000 more were ex- | pected. 6,000 troops are at Richmond, Va. 4,000 troops at Harpers ferry on the 26th. and 3,500 at Norfolk. The Baltimore Sun indicates that the conservative feeling is gaining ground in Baltimore. Telegraphic communication between Washington and Baltimore is resumed. Troops pass now between Annapolia and Washington without interruption. There are road guards all the way. Gen.Butler's troops have embarked on vessels for Wilmington, N. C. John Sherman has joined the Ohio ; Volunteers as a private. Governor Barton, of Delaware, has called out troops to defend the Union. The troops which left Kentuckev for the Southern Confederacy, went against the wishes of the Governor. Col. Johnson [Andrew?] and son, of Tenn...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 11 May 1861

COMMERCIAL. FRiINCISCO PRICES. > Friday Evening, May 3d. Flour, $4 60 Wheat, 2c liarley, 1 a 1 1-8 Oats, per 100 lbs. $1 25 Corn, «« $ 1 40 Potatoes, 60c a 65c per sack. Hay, $9 00 per ton

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 11 May 1861

SPECIAL WOTICEB. Cax Scrofcla be cured ? Most assuredly it can!!! Incontestible evidences of cures in numer jus cases by Sands' Sarsaparilla 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 sufferers who are surprised to find themselves radically cured by this purifying and efficacious preparation. F.X. KAST, Soleagent of the well known house of A. Sf.iiikiu.ick, Philadelphia, whose goods are recognised by the trade, as being better in quality of stock, workmanship and tvle, than any other house in the world, has now opened Sample Lots at his extensive Warcrooms, '214 California Street. The attention of the trade is invited. See advertisement. Boardman's Yeast Powder. —This article of Yeast Powder will render all articles of food made of Hour or meal more nutritious digestible und...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 11 May 1861

J.no. D. Arthur Wm. N. Arthur. J. D. ARTHUR &80N, Importers and Jobbers of Agricultural Implements, OF ALL KINDS. 18 6 1 Reapers and Combined MACHINES. We now offer for sale the eelebrated Xew | York Reaper and Mower, made expressly ! for California by Warder & Child, at Spring-! ! field Ohio. , . I j Wc have sold the above make of Machines i for the last five years, with increased sales ev- i j ery year. One hundred and seventy six of these Reapers, were sold last year, all of which ! gave the most perfect satisfaction as being the ' 1 most durable,light running and complete Rea-, per and Mower in use. Extra parts always! , on hand. '! Also, Ketcoum's Mower. Improved for 1861. Said to be the best single Mower ev- ; I er made. I Also, the Vermont Mower and Reaper. A ] ight-draft; cuts .5 feet; suitable for small farms. Also, Hall's; Pitts' & Russell's, Threshers, 1 , Powers, etc. . '| Bradley's Patent Horse Rakes. ; Revolving Horse Rakes, all size...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 11 May 1861

_S;ut Safari Stagt Co's., SENS*At OFFICE, AT THE MARIN HOTEL. W. L. HAKNAHD, } k. ii. pomeuoy, > Proprietors. JAMES ALLISON. 3 j Stages leave daily for San Quentin, connecting with the Petalum* and San Francisco steamers; and returning, leave San Quintin upon the arrival of the steamer* from San Francisco. The Company are prepared to furnish the ; public with Carriages, Buggies, and SADDLE HORSES at reasonable rates. * attention paid to HOPSES on livery. E. H. POMEROY, A/t. m 20 —tf , - - S*S© REWARD. I will pay the above reward for information that will lead to the recovery of an American Hare, about 1 years old, of a light roan /mP or semita color, black mane and tail,*" 1- * star in the forehead, and branded on the left hip with a F If—the F being within the 11. Anv information can be left at this office. aO it* H. 11. BUTTERFIELI). SANDS' SARSAPARILLA. THE GREAT AMERICAN REMEDY ii'orthe curc (tf all diseases arising from an impure state of the blood. II In/ il Is k&am...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 11 May 1861

tHAS. A. CRANE, ' Advertising Agency, SAN FRANCISCO. Daily Bee, Sacramento Nevada National, Grass Valley k | Butte Democrat, Orovilfe [ ! Placer Courier, Forest Hill, ' j Northern Culifornian - Union I Times , Colomaj j Plumas Standard Quincy i Southern News Los Angeles . Daily Argus Stockton , Daily Appeal, Marysville, ,' Napa (bounty Times Napa j j San Jose Telegraph San Jose i I Alineda Herald Oakland s j Contra Costa Gazette Martinez " j Santa Cruz News Sonta Cruz | I Petaluma Argus Pctaluma ( ! Sonoma County Democrat Santa Rosa i I Los Angeles Star - Los Angeles | | Daily Oregon Advertiser Portland, Mariposa Star Mariposa j I San Andreas Independent San Andreas' ;! Columbia News Columbia 1 Teritorial Enterprise Carson Valley | Alameda County Gazette San Leandro I Democratic Age Sonora j | Arizonian Tuscon, Arizona I ! Oregon Farmer Oregon I Dalles Journal Dalles'.Oregon j ! Hutehvig's Magazine San Francisco ' ■. California Culturist San Francisco ] j ADVKIITISIXO IX THE ATLANTI...

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