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STILL LATER.! [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 18 May 1861
STILL LATER.! The Ponvt Express arrived at Fort; Churchill yesterday. Messrs. Sweeney .&amp;JJaugh received the following dispatch: New Yokk, April 30, 18G1. The Secession Ordinance was voted ! down in the -Maryland Legislature— yeas, 53; noes. 13. The right of way is granted through Maryland for Federal troops. Union meetings were held in lialti- 1 - more last night. Communication is o- 1 pen through the state. The people of Virginia have called a J Union Convention to meet in Richmond! •'•to annul the acts of the secession (.'on-! vention. Floyd and Gov. Letcher are to be tried forJYigh treason'.' Union Vigilance Committees are forming. Forty thousand Pennsylvania troops' have concentrated on the Virginia iron-' tier. 3,000 left' New York yesterday for Washington. England and France offer aid to "the; Administration to suppress privateeringEngland offers arms and troops from Canada to assist the Government. The following dispatches are in the. "Associated Press:" Mt. Lor i...
Nolicins IjOcaßes. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 18 May 1861
Nolicins IjOcaßes. ! Cokxk dk Skstones. —Esta Cortp iha concluido ar.oche sus sesiones.— G. Yanderpool acusado do ha her robado 'una yogua del Doctor d'Hicrry, ha sido jcncontrado culpable por el jury del : crimen dp "granlarceny," y condenado J a ocho anos de "presidio."
tlcl o'ojiy Express. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 18 May 1861
tlcl o'ojiy Express. j Ex Pony Express llego anoche a •San Francisco con noticias dc Europa 'del 13 Abril. y de los E. 1"., 3 del presente; las ultimas, son extractos del Bullet in: j Est vdos Uxidos.—El Prcsidenre ha j hecho una llamada dc tropas el 29 abril. i Pide 83,00(f voluntaries para servir por tres ahos; 40,000 para haccr el servicio regular por cinco anos, y 25,000 mari- ; ncros para el mismo tiempo. El 29 abril habian 18,000 hombres de tropa en Washington. El Prcsidente declara que hara cjecj utar el bloqueo dc los puertos del sur. j Se ha reeibido la noticia que el min- | istro Faulkner a presentado los comimisarios del sur, al Em]&gt;erador dc los Franceses. M. Dallas ministro Americano en Ingla terra a rchusado de pre- ; sentar los commisarios a la Reyna Vic- , toria, hasta que lniya reeibido instruceiencs de Washington. i __
ESPANA V PORTUGAL. I [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 18 May 1861
ESPANA V PORTUGAL. I | j Las cortes ban suspendido sus sesioi nes en razon de las fiestas de Pascua. ! Volveran a reunirse para discutir la i nueva ley de ia prensa. Se habla de un proyecto de la union ! politiea del Portugal a la Espaiia. \ Mexico.—La situacion de este pais todavia muv precaria. Los partidos jse ajitan, y lcs ladrones roban y pillan j las dilijencia de Mexico a Vera Cruz con impunidad.
COUNTY COURT, May Tefm. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 18 May 1861
COUNTY COURT, May Tefm. ' A. (i. "Wheelock vs I.linv.n Cory.— . suit for killing sheep of piaintiiT by ilc- &gt; fondant's dog; jury trial—verdict for the plaintiff for &gt;§75,00. ! John Keys vs Brady and McCune— ' suit for damages; trial by jury—verdict ■ for defendants. Francis K. Brady vs ffm. I'. Berry. I—suit1 —suit of replevin: verdict of jury for phdntifi'for $25.00. j Dixon vs Collistcr—continued, j Commius vs Scott—action, forcible 'entry and detainer, vcrdict of jury for 1 pluintifF.and damages assessed nt $5.00. i Shephar.l vs Cowell—continued. ,Bird vs (iallagau—dismissed for want jo% prosecution.
. i ; l'j Slate or California. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 18 May 1861
. i ; l 'j Slate or California. - In the Justice's Court, San Rafael Town- : ship, in ipul lor the County of Marin. ilie people of the (state of California, send greeting to George (Jullagan; You are hereby summoned to appear before me, at my office in the Court liou.-e, in the Town-ship of • i San Rafael, in the County of-Marin, on the 115 th. day of May A, JJ&lt;TSlil, at 10 A. M. [o'clock, to the'complaint of ) | John liird.'vvktfsues you for the sum of.'*' 107 00 j j for work ahd labour performed for you, by ihira, at your special instant-.- and request, as 1| appears more fully by Complaint liled in mv 'oilier this day,when judgement will be taken j against you for the said amount, together; j with e and damages, if you fail to appear anil answer. , j To the .Sheriff or any Constable of said j County, greeting; Make legal service and due 1 j return hereof. Given under my hand this [ j 13th day ot Mav, a. n. ISol; J. T. STOCKKR. '; Justiceof the Peace in uiulfor said Tow...
Hall's Sarsparilla, Yellow Dock AND IDOiDE OF POTASS. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 18 May 1861
Hall's Sarsparilla, Yellow Dock AND IDOiDE OF POTASS. ! Is purely as represented, and made in strict . accordance with pharmaceutical lorn ula, and lis strictly guaranteed from Spirits Mercury ' j and ar-enio, which eannot be said of any ■ | other known preparation of its kind. As a &lt; igood'and reliable tonic alterative, it is uneJ quailed. It quickly removes from the s.ysjtem all morbid and impure matter., mercury "! lead and arsenic. For all chronic disease -, -'there is no other remedy extant that will,or -irfoos enre, Rheumatism, Scrofula Old Sores, Salt Ithenm, (Jout, Lumbago, Pimples on the face and body, Neuralgia, Pains in the joints Chronic sore Kyes, Spring Fever, Indigestion, | Liver ' 'omplaint, and disea-.es arissing from ■ jan impure state of the blood. Skill Kidneys, .i as quick and sure, as Hu.i.'s Sarsaparilla, j | Yellowdock and lodide of potass. | For sale, everywhere, for One Dolulr; rix ! Bottles sen:by e.vpre.-s to v.nv address for Five i! Dollars. j...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 18 May 1861
SPECIAL NOTECES. Can- Sc'iort'LA nr. rrtiKn? Most assuredly it-can!!! Incontestible evidences of euros iix nutner ins eases by Sands' Savsaparllla of the worst kind of Scrofula, salt rheum, ' fever sores, ulcers, liver complaint and the ' class of diseases arising from an impure stnt" . of the blood, or derangement of the biliary . [ functions, are daily received from all quarters expressing the gratitude of sulferers who are 1 surprised to find themselves radically curi'ii i! by this purifying and efficacious preparation. F.X. K AST, Sole agent of the well known ' house of A. Sr.inr.ni.icK, Philadelphia, whove j goods are recognised by the trade, a b better in quality of stock, workmanship and tyle, than any other house in the world, has now opened Sample Lots at his extensive Wercrooms, 211 California Street, The at- | tention of the trade is invited. See advertisement. VrxtMovr's fV»tis:;t&gt; Ki.api:?. ash Mow- , cr,—Knupp, HurroU &amp; Co., No, ')10 (old 80) \Va...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 18 May 1861
•; Tur. subscribers offers for sale their entire . stock Of HORSES. MAKES &amp; COLTS, about '»&lt;&gt; in number, lame and | wild; amongst which 'are a number of good ! Saddle llorsts. They a\ ill be s.iid at private ■ I sale ao low cash prices. H m2'ltf J. O. P.. &amp; J. SHORT. j" ~ wa^oT. ,| Tl-tatc of Wie. Rogers, deceased. ' | Notice is hereby given by the undersigned j administrator of the above named estate, 1o ! the creditors of, and all persons having claim* ? ( against said deceased, to exhibit the ,-ame, r ! with the necessary vouchers within 10 months | from thelirst publication of this notice, to ' I the undersigned, at the late residence of said I deceased, and known commonly as the"i' oit'ter l'iuce," on Point of Reves. W, MrXF.R, e.dm'r of Wm. Rogers, uee'd. ! Dated l't. of Reyes, Marin Co. May Bth isGl I vlnSpdlt i| for ma'slbsok KE3;vr VLARO i 2 two-story Brick Dwcl- ftrfc ling House, eligibly situated in j San Rafael. For Particula...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 18 May 1861
. | Auction Sale. | TTTILL be sold without reserve, oh the 4tl -' V V day of June next, my entire f 3TOCK OF COODS, . to wit: Hardware, Groceries, and readv- " made Clothing; and until said date, will keep on hand a full assortment of everything in 1 my line, which I will sell at COST FOR CASK. I have a'.so the agencv for 100 'barrels of Flour. T. MaIIOX. j vlnStd • Jxo. 1). AuVnun Wm. X. Autiiuu. i J. D. ARTHUR &amp; SON, Importers and Jobber# of f | Agricultural Implements, OF ALL KINDS. :j 18 6 1 Reapers and Combined MACHINES. i 1 Wr. now offer for sale the celebrated Xrr &gt; Youk JiiiAVKii ami Mowrn, made expressly ■ for California by Warder &amp; Child, at iipringjlield Ohio. I We have sold the nbo-'C make of Machine* for the last five years, with increased sal?s ev- ' :rv year. One hundred and bcv n'y six of ; these Reapers, were sold last year, all of which gave the mart perfect satisfaction a- being the ,; mo it durable,light rurningand complete Reap...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 18 May 1861
l j&amp;tn $afetl JStiigt &lt;£o's., GENERAL OFFICE, p! AT THE MAIUX HOTEL. w. L. BAHXAKU, } t. h. yoMtuov, &gt; Proprietor*, /AMrs Al.lison. j Stages leave daily for San Quentin, eonmeeting with the Pctaluma nud San Franciaco steamers; and returning, leave San Quint in upon the arrival of the steamers from San [Francisco. ! The Company are prepared to fiuuiih the public with Carriages, Buggies, AM* SADDLE HORSES &lt; lit reasonable r«te-&gt;. fTf Particular attention pnid to lIOP SIJR ion liverv. 11. 11, POMFKOY, .w't« , ia'Jo—tf i-ffsso is *:wA iu&gt;. I will pay tli'! above r-Mvard for information that isii! lead to the recovery of an,' r, AiHi i'ic.'tii Tlarc. » I * —■*«% i about 4 years old, of alight roan f , or -emita color, black inane and tail,' .-■tar in the forclk fitl, and branded on the left hip with a F 11—'he F being within the 11. s .Vnv information can be left at this office. I' ho l't* 11. 11. BUTTERITELD. j SANDS'SAR...
Bl Diario del Oondado de Marin. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 18 May 1861
Bl Diario del Oondado de Marin. ;3sLira (toHiitii Journal.: ~&gt;AN RAFAEL, MA* lb. Ncwca desdc que e &gt;te pais fuc constituido y reconocido como una parte j Integra de la cotnunidad AmericanaCalifornia, una sola letra, un solo diario o papcl publico ha sido imprcso y publicado en el idioma Espaiial cn nuestro condado. Ahora que poseimos una prensa podremos espresar nuestro sentimientos en nUcstro idioma-.-El objectb del Editor no es de levantar, protejer, sostcner o autorizar ninguna question politica entre nuestro y la poblacion Americana. Xuestros sentimicntos y enperanzas son igfiiales para la "Union," la "Libortad" y "Igualdad ante la L&lt; y. Las demas qucstiones sujetas a las Loyes del pais serin obedecidas ahora mejor qui antes, porquc tendrCmos un organo publico que podri y debra expresar nuestro opinion y comunicarnos por medio de la prensa. "Un nueatru idioma el send do de la Ley." En todo pais civilizado todo residente es igual a otro "ante la L...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 18 May 1861
. Dr. J. VOIMIM, Late Professor of the University of Pennsylvania, can be found at his private Modical Office and Hospital, \n. 7 ")1 Clmi St net, Opposite the S. \V. comer of the Plaza, SAX FRAN IS('(). WHERE he can be couched privately, and wi'hthe uMnoit confidence by tin* afflicted, at all hours daily, from 'J a. m. to 8 l*. M. Dk. Youno addresses those who are suffering under the ulllietion of private disease, ■whether uri-&gt;ing from impure connection or the terrible vie'of self-abuse. Devoting bis entire time to that particular branch of the medical profession, lie f.-el.s warran'cd in otaiiantukino A or in: in am. casks,whether of long standing or recently contracted, entirely removing the dregs of disease from the oystem, and making a perfect and permanent cure. He would call the attention of the aftlieted to the fret of his long standing and wellearned reputation, furnishing sutlicient assurance of his skill and success. Upwards of &lt;&gt;,00(1 ca...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 18 May 1861
from inexperienced physicians in general practice; for it is a point generally eonceeded. 'by the best wyphiiographers. that the study and management of these complaints should engross the whole time of those who would . be competent and successsul in their treatment and cure. The inexperienced general 1 prac tie ioners, having neither opportunity nor ■ time to make himself sufficiently acquainted . with their pathology, commonly pursues one system of treatment, in most cases making an ' indiscriminate use of that antiquated and , dangerous weapon, mercury. More caution. however, should be used by, the syphilitic patient, in eon -ulting nominal physicians of , the advertising class, as nine-tenths of them arc iinposters, who assume German, French, or other names, and are without any claims , to medical knowledge. These knavish ras-. cals infest all large cities, and, by means of - their lying advertisements and posters, they induce the v arv to enter their I'etcr Funk ; "Institutes,...