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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 11 May 1861
SELLING OUT AT COST!! THE undersigned having determined to close out the entire. STOCK OF GOODS now on hand, respectfully Informs his friends i and the public, that in order to facilitate that 'object, he will sell at prices worthy their attention. CALL AND SEE—then judge if 'there are not cheap bargains to be had at I 16—tf TIMOTHY MAHON'S. I - I THE VERMONT MOWER AND COMBINED Reaper and Mower, I FOR THE HARVEST OF 1861. 'The attention ofFarmers is invited to the Cel- ; ebrated Vermont Reaper and Mower, which ! is unsurpassed for SIMPLICITY, Durability convenience and throughness of work. j The high estimation in which this Machine is held by those farmers who have used i", j justifies the expectation, that, with the la'c i improvements it will become the LEADINO 'MACHINE when its superior qualities are igenerally known. Some points of mseilmve and peculiar arlrantoric which thin MoeMn e hut 'over others, ore a* follows: | Ist. Having the cutter-bar hinged to the I frame, so as to ...
SIFTINGS. ' <- [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 11 May 1861
SIFTINGS. ' &lt;- Jlavin (Loimtii |o«vnat. SAN RAFAEL, MAT 11. A physician of Cincinatti, who had lost all his morning's milk from the front area, recently put an emetic in the pitcher, and the next morning discov- 1 cred a policeman a little distance from the house "making his returns." A few years sincc, at the celtbration of our national anniversary, a poor pedlar who wa3 present, being called upon for a toast, offered the following: "Here's a health topoverty: it sticks 1o a manjjwhcn his friends desert him."' Misery loves company, and so does a young lady. A Western editor noticing the marriage of a Mr. Root to a Miss Leather, very rationally remarks that they are going into the boot making business. A bov entered a stationery store, and asked the proprietor what kind of pens he sold. "All kinds." was the reply. "Well then." said the boy, "I'll take three cents worth of pig pens." EPA country couple luwly married, "topped at the (.Übson House Cincinatti a few days au'o,...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 11 May 1861
Wr. .5. C. I .ate I'roi'c.-s.ir si'the s'uiversity of I'ennsvl-vani-i, ran be found at his private Medical Office and Hospital, Am. 7"il I :&lt;n; S; ,■&lt;&lt;&gt;, Oppo-t otic- S. \V.i')'.r/r of tlic Plaza, SAX !'IL\X ISCO. \ V 'Ii r!KK h" fan be con lilted urivatcly, VI mid wi'h tlii u'mo-t conlidence by the eillirted, at nil hours daily, from !t a. m. to n •. m. Hit. \ 1(■ .1.!&lt; I •—■ ■ those who aresufleriiiL' under th- ailliction of private disease, wir ther ;ai -i.:_ fiom impmv eonneetion or li tc; iib!&lt;- v • if i If-abuse. 1 tcAititiK his tjnii. to i!:::* particular branch of the medical j&gt;i &lt; tt- - . .11, lie i' •: Is warranted in &lt;.i aaant ia inc. ai i i in w.i. casks, whether ot'lonn standing or re.-,-u'ly eontraeted, entirely reruovii:/ the drey* of disease from the system, and r.aUinu' a ji. ileet and permanent rare. h would e.-.11 lii. ; ' eution of the nfHictcd to the fact of hi- I:...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 11 May 1861
ifrom inexperienced physicians iri general 1 practice; tot it i» a point generally eonueedted by the be#t lyphilographer*. that the study j : and management of these domplaints shouldj .engross .the whole time of those who would; Ibe competent and successsul in their treat- j ment and care. ' The inexperienced general I ; practicioners.having neither opportunity nor j time to make himself sufficiently acquainted i with their pathology, commonly pursues one; system of treatment, in most cases making an i indiscriminate use of that antiquated and? dangerous weapon, mercury. More caution j however, should be used by the syphilitic I patient, in consulting nominal physicians of the advertising class, as nine-tenths of them are imposters, who assume German, French, or other names, and are without any claims to medical knowledge. These knavish rascals infest all large cities, and, by means of j their lying advertisements and posters, they induce the wary to enter their Peter Funk i "Insti...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 11 May 1861
BLOCK,LEVY &amp; CO., | . ! SAN RAFAEL, j J - I W'OULD respectfully inform the citizens of San llafael and ricinity, that they : .; have on hand, and are constantly receiving. l j a full assortment of (witcnil gtrrrtaitMsf, ,i i which they will sell at unprecedented low; , prices, and consisting in part as follows ; Coats, Pants, Vests, Shirts, . i Drawers, Boots, iSHOES, HATS &amp; CAPS And in fact every articla suitable for GENTLEMEN'S WEAR. ■ — ALSO— i' -• ' A FIXE ASSORTMENT OF 1 : LADIES' GOODS, i consisting in part as follows: !• ' * DeLaines, Cashmeres, # Merinoes, f ■ Silks, Shawls, Cloaks, ? Flannels, ! ' Linens, Laces, Embroideries, } i Mantillas, Hosiery, &amp;c. ' ALSO 1 - : a cilice lot of |g R 0 C E BIES ; run 11, SI'GAR, COFFEE, TEA, SCG A I!, SOAP, liAl'OS, HAMS, | CANDLES. JAMS, JELLIES, I'IE FRl'lT, DRIED FRI'IT, 11 and in fact every article connected with the Grocery department. ALSO a choice lot of •j : &lt;Tvotlirrn i tjaviliuuf, ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 11 May 1861
|Jno. D. AIiTHtJK Wm. N. AltrHUU.j J. D. ARTHUR* SON, I i Importers and Jobbers of Agricultural Implements, j OF ALL KINDS. 18 6 1 I i Reapers and Combined j MACHINES. We now offer for sale the eelebrated Ninv | York Reaper ash Mower, made expressly for California by Warder &amp; Child, at Spring- i field Ohio. j We have sold the above make of Machines ! for the last five years, with increased sales ev- j cry year. One hundred and seventy six of] these Reapers, were sold last year, all of which j gave the most perfect satisfaction as being the; : most durable,light running and complete ReaI per and Mower in use. Extra parts always I on hand. ; Also, Ketcourn's Mower. Improved for l ISGI. Said to be the best single Mower ev-| ! er made. Also, the Vermont Mower and Reaper. A 1 ight-draft; cuts j feet; suitable for small farms. Also, Hall's; Pitts' &amp; Russell's, Threshers, Powers, 'etc. Rradlev's Patent Horse Rakes. Revolving Horse Rakes, all sizes. Hay and Parley Ra...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 11 May 1861
!sss $a&amp;fl JStajje'Co's., GENEBAL OFFICE, AT THE MARIN HOTEL. W. L. BARNAItD, } e. it. roMEKOY, &gt; Proprietors. JAMES ALLISON. J I* i Stages leave daily for San Quentin, connecting with the Petaluma and San Francisco j steamers; and returning, leave San Quiutin ' upon the arrival of the steamers from San ! Francisco. I The Company are prepared to furnish the public with Car iji.f g, 9 8,, By, s, AX IV SADDLE HORSES I at reasonable rates. tTe^rartitular attention paid to HOr SES on livery. E. 11. POMEROY, m 20 —tf i ~~ , $2© REWARD. I will pay the above reward for information that will lead to the recovery of an American Hare, about 4 years old. of a light roan or semita color, black mane and tail," = "*-^-~ i ° star in the forehead, and branded on the left hip with a F ll—the F being within the 11. Anv information can be left at this office, afl it* 11. 11. IiUTTERFIELD. •i SANDS'SARSAPARILLA. : THE GREAT AMERICAN REMEDY For the euro of all diseases arising fro...
The Law of Newspapers. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 18 May 1861
The Law of Newspapers. 1. Subscribers who do not give express notice to the contrary are considered as wishing to continue their subscription. 2. If subscribers order their paper stopped, publishers may continne to send them till all charges are paid. 3. If subscribers neglect or refuse to take their papers from the office or place to which they are sent, thwy are held responsible until they settle their bills and give notice to discontinue them. 4. If subscribers move to other places, without informing the publisher, and the paper is sent to its former direction, they are held responsible. Notice should always be given ofrernoval. The courts have decided that refusing to take a paper or periodical from the office, is prima facia evidence ot fraud. Postmasters would oblige by a strict fulfilment of the regulations requiring them to notify, publishers, once in three months, of papers not taken from their ■office by subscribers. Under the law of Congress, papers* *re not charged posta...
Meeting of the Courts. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 18 May 1861
Meeting of the Courts. DISTRICT COURT, 7th Judicial District. Hon. E. \V.. McKi nstliy, Judge. Meets on the Ist Monday in March, July and November. COURT OF SESSIONS; R. B. Fhink, Judge; James T. Stacker, Paul Figaro Associates. Meet# on the Ist Monday iu Feb'y., Mav, 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 Feb'y., May, August and November.
(Sounty Officers. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 18 May 1861
(Sounty Officers. County Judge.—Hon. R. B. FRINIt. Sheriff.—VAL. D. DOUIi. Deputy da.—James M. Harris. • District Att'y.—JNO. 11. HARALSON County Clerk,—DAN'L. T. TAYLOR. Deputy do.—S. Boi.iv.vn Hvkris. Treasurer.—TllOS. 11. 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 D. OLDS, J. W. BUFFINGTON.
CRINOLINE. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 18 May 1861
CRINOLINE. ' Sail on, sail en O! crinoline, In all *hy majesty and pride; • Three-quarters of the walk is thine, And I must take the other side, » Oh! well perchahce for ladies' charms That thou dost ever intervene, For what's the use of lovers arms To compass thee, oh! crinoline ? Oh! what would Cleopatra say, Or Helen fair, of Trojan fame, Could they but promenade Broadway, And see a modern lady's frame? , Methinks their ghosts, at such a sight, Would make for Hades a bee-line, For what on earth could more affright ( Transcendant shades, than crinoline: I loved, a few short years ugo, A lady fair, and straight, and slim, Who ne'er had.worn a crinoline To hide a fault in form or limb. I lored her as a lover should, With thought make her mine; But when the time came that I could, There came this cursed crinoline. It boots not to repeat the tale, How, day by day, expanding, she, Blown up by Fashion's fickle gale, Grew more and more apart from me.' It matters not that now no more We m...
ij The Lost Inheritance. I i [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 18 May 1861
ij The Lost Inheritance. I i • | The train from Paris to Lyons stop- j ■ ped at the station of Joligny, a townj J upon the route, and after leaving a fewj i] passengers, again went on. The stajtion for a moment crowded with railway j porters and lookers-on, was soon deser-! ted by all but two individuals. One of them was an old man, dressed in the garb of a well-to-do farmer, the othc^,' a youth of about five and-twenty, who: ' seemed to be waiting for some one to ! j come and meet him. To this person! the old man presently addressed him-j self. "May I presume, sir," said he, "toi inquire if you are Clement B." "Yes, my good man,", replied the ''youth, with a haughtiness of manner,'&lt; land I have no doubt that you are Mr. ; j Martin." "At your service, sir," replied the 1 " other. ; "Well, Mr. Martin," continued the . I other, in the same tone, "I began to e imagine you intended to keep me wait'ling. That would not have been the' | best manner in which to insinuate your- 1...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 18 May 1861
Charles F. Robbins, Importer and Dealer in TYPE, PRESSES, Printing Material, Inks, Card Stoek. 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, (tc. 510 Clay Street, above Sansomc, ■r. Ji. painter. ) SAN FRANCISCO. J. *. painter. &gt; fitted out with! T. b. painter. ) dispatch. „ march 23—ly INFORMATION WANTED OF SIMON C. IRISH, who, when last heard from, was keeping and herding cattle in Marin countv. Any information of him will bcthnnkfuily received hv hi* friends. I Please notify J. D. ARTlll'ft &amp; HON, ! ■i 91 —9m inn I
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 18 May 1861
|rofesion;d (Uviis. DAN'L T.~TAYLOR, Notary Public &amp; tJonreyaneer. DEEDS, MORTGAGES, LEASES, POWER OF ATTORNEY, And all other LEGAL DOCUMENTS, drawn with dispatch. DEPOSITIONS taken to be used in all the Courts of this ' State. Examiner of Deeds and SE AIlCIIEIt OF RECORDS. If Has been faI miliar with the titles of REAL ESTATE in j this county since 1850. • Clerk's Office, San Rafael. m 23 6m I JNO. 11. HARALSON, ATTORNEY AT LAW, SAN RAFAEL, MARIN CO. march 23—ly TIIOS. 11. HANSON, SUtonicu ;it falu, AND NOTARY PtJBL I C, SAN RAFAEL, MARIN CO. m 23 tf CAL. It. € . CLARK, justice of the Peace. Special attention will be paid to drawing Deed., Mortgages, Leases, Powers of Attorney, and taking the acknowledgments thereto Justices of the Peace are authorized by law to take the proof or acknowledgement of every conveyance affecting any real estate conveyed within their proper county. See Statute, NVood's Digest, p. 100, sec. 4. Also, may take and certify the acknowledgement of...
OUR AGENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 18 May 1861
OUR AGENTS. $lam Counts .-T iffi RAFAEL, MAY 18. | Taos. Boycf., corner of Washington and ' • Montgomery streets, San Francisco. H. T. Joxes, Novato. Uicuard Magee, Squattervllle. * . E. Levy, Olcrna. The newspapers continue to teem with tel-1 . cgraphic dispatches of reports and rumors of | the most exciting character in relation to the i disturbances in the East; much of which i-j undoubtedly untrue or exaggerated. Enough! of truth, however, can be bitted from thc-ni to J show that the Government is vigorously pre- • paring for any contigeney; and while standing only on the defensive, will be ready to. crush with an overwhelmning force the one- j anes of our country, should their insane fol- j ly induce them to venture an attack. By the: last Pony it appears that a re-action has ta- • ken place in Maryland and Virginia —the] * people are being aroused from the lethargy j that has rested upon them for many years. . past, while suffering their party leaders to j 'lead and beguile th...
iTIII ] IiIIAXCH PISXITKXTIAItY. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 18 May 1861
iTIII ] IiIIAXCH PISXITKXTIAItY. j 'i'h:' bill has boon rrfered to t!:° State I'ris(iii (.'itiuiuitl:."! ill thi- Seuak'. Mr ithutks in- , trodui-'.-il t!i" following, which was lvfered to tli" &lt;'iiiK' &lt; 'ommittc ■: w!r&lt;il by the S"n:ite the Ai*&gt;.en»My con- '&lt; curriiijf, our Senators in (Jon;;r.'ss b: 1 in-.tru'&gt; , u '1, mill our Representatives r.(iuc&lt;tcd, to u-i ; :ill their inlllienc" to procure iVnia &lt;.'ontfrtN.;aiul from the proper nutliori aes of theynw- ' al (iovenintciw, a to the State of Cali- .' foruia of a tract of laud not more than &gt;ix mil". s(|Uarc, nor hs; than two milc&lt; Miliary, near tin town to iutld • both ban!; 'and the A nr. riean itiver for a «li-tail' ••of no' ; l 'is than two miles in 1' n :.'b—said ti:u » o! ( land to be selected by the Director! ot tin State I'iison and to Mimyed by the rni cd t States Surveyor (kneial for tli • Stale of California, ...
BY THE PONY. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 18 May 1861
BY THE PONY. C.vitsox City, May 12 The Pcny Express passed here at !&gt; | o'clock this morning. The following is the report to the Alta, Bulletin and I - I uion: St. Louis, May 3—A. M The President issued a proclamation ! April 29, calling out 83 000 additional j troops- —■volunteers for three years scr— I vice. 40,000 regulars for five years serI vice. 2-5,000 seamen for live years ser- | vice. 18,000 troops were reported to have been in Washingtoh on the 29th. i Gen. Scott says the City is safe ajj;ainst all attacks. Troops are still arriving. Gen. Harney was released. by the Virginia authorities, and sent to WashI ington. President Buchanan entertains no idea ! of going to Europe, or running to Candida. llis nephew has enlisted in the : I'ennsvlvania Pcgiment. j . ol The I'. S. Armory is to be loeated •iat Pock Island, 111.; similar to that at Harper's Ferry. .j Gov. C'urtin'a message to the Pennsylvania Legislature, speaks of the uni exampled promptness and patriotism o...