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i County Officers. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 8 June 1861

i County Officers. County Jud»\—Hon. It. B. FIUXK. Sheriff.—VAL. D. DOL'B. Deputy do.—James M. Harris. District Att'y.—JXO. 11. HARALSON j County Clerk.—DAX'L. T. TAYLOR. ; Deputy do.—S. Bot.jv.vk. Harris. j Treasurer.—THOS. 1L lIAXSOX. Surveyor.—A. D. EASKOOT. Assessor.-J. 11. JACOBS. •Coroner.—T. K. WATSON. 'Sup't. of Schools.—T. J. ABLES. Board of Supervisors.—JAS. DIXOX j I). OLDS, J. AV. BUFFIXGTOX.

Publication Title: Marin Journal
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jstlrdtit. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 8 June 1861

jstlrdtit. The Printer's Parody. Oh, how happy are they, "Who the printer do pay, And have paid for a whole year or more; Tongue cannot express The g eat joy of the "Press" When delinquents square up an old score. Printers all the day long, Labor hard for a "song," O, that all, their hard fate could but see; j They have worked all the day, j And of course want their pay, j To buy sugar, and coffee, and tea. One would hardly believe How few dimes they rcceive For the paper addressed to each name; Yet 'tis farther below Than some people can know Or they'd pay up, for fear or for shame.

Publication Title: Marin Journal
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Tlic Bore orthe Sanctum. J [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 8 June 1861

Tlic Bore orthe Sanctum. J Walk in, Mr. Leisure; you are per-; fectly welcome. There is never any- j thing of importance going on in an Ed- j itor's Sanctum: visitors are always anx-j iously expected, and the advent of any- j body like yourself is a perfect God-send, j I Editors have nothing of consequence to; I do; they are only drones in the literary! Ihive, living on the honey made by their |subordinates. They hive a little man-. I uscript and a few letters to read occa- j jsionally, and perhaps a bill or two to 'settle, now and then; but that is noth-j |» n g- ( _ | Take the arm-chair, Mr. Leisure, the j ;one with the cushion and revolving seat; | draw it up to the table, and with one j sweep of your elbow send all of the Editor's scissor-ations flving, like snovvjflakes, into the air; examine the super(scriptions of his letters, and peep inside ! of them if you like. What's the use I of calling tiiis a free country, if you' can't act with freedom? Puli over the ! "exchanges," t...

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National i'ride and liilidcSiiv. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 8 June 1861

National i'ride and liilidcSiiv. While Nations arc weak, they look ' for aid to a Supreme power. The history of every great people proves this. The Jewish Nation, one of the most prosperous of ancient days, while faith-i ' fill to the covenants of i'ts fathers; was invulnerable. The most powerful tribes surrounding it, were always unsuccessful in their attacks. Defeat was inevitable. What a small beginning hud the lloman enpire. Its origin was a I romance. As it advanced in time and increased in magnitude, it tolerated 'true religion. While the Jew became , a bigot and a semi-idolater, and a persecutor, the Roman respected the Christian, and a Constantino, by edict,*; banished the wors ip of the pagan from his realm. Compare the history if any great people, and we find that prosper- ' ity only endured while religion tolerated. Profane history gives us an account of the rise of nations, and their prosperity of a series of years; but we must i look to sacred annals for decline, and an...

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Sixot i.ah I'ai.mativi; koii Tooru- Arn r.. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 8 June 1861

Sixot i.ah I'ai.mativi; koii TooruArn r.. A little horse-radish scraped, and laid on the wrist of the side affect'd, will, in, many cases, give speedy relief. A better way is to place a little scraped horse radish in the mouth, or the tooth, or just round the gum. —It relieves rheumatic pains in the gum and face also. The mouth may afterwards he rinsed with a little camphorated water, hike warm. Sec what M. M. Pomeroy of the "La Crosse Democrat" says about Bachelors. Because he has had the matrimonial halter slipped over his neck, he is like the chap on whom a joke was played, he wants to get others into it:

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BACHELORS. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 8 June 1861

BACHELORS. "Who would be a crusty, rusty, dusjty, fusty, musty old bachelor? Who is there, built after God's own image, who would be willing to live alone, no one to care for, or to care for him—no one to love or to be loved by—no loved ones to gladden with his coining or to gladden him? Wherein is the sense of "playing it alone" when partners are to be had for the asking? live alone—die alone among —with no loving wife on whose*brea»t~~ to lay the aching head when the brain is at war; no loved lass—the countersign to love's Heaven—awaiting your return; no kind word to cheer and reward? } I carts were not made to buffet out the storm of life without help. God never intended man to be a standing monument of his own folly. He never gave us his choicest gift—woman—to be neglected and left to live and die alone and uncared for. A wile is more to be prized than wealth. The true wife makes of earth a heaven—and happy indeed is the man who has or?, ller care lightens the flood of sorrow—he...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 8 June 1861

professional Cavils. | DAN'L T. TiYLOIL 7 Notary Public & Conveyancer. DEEDS, MORTGAGES, LEASES,; KOWER OF ATTORNEY, And all other LEGAL DOCUMENTS, draw with dispatch. DEPOSITIONS taken to be used in all the Courts of this State. Examiner of Deeds and SEAR-; CHER OF RECORDS. been familiar with the titles of REAL ESTATE in; this county since 1850. Clerk's Office, Sail liifacl. m 2.3 f>m | JNO. 11. HARALSON;! ATTORNEY AT LAW, SAN RAFAEL, MARIN CO. i march 23—ly TIIOS. H. HANSON,! !Monu» at lata, w AND , NOTARY PUBL.IC, SAN RAFAEL, MARIN CO. m 23*tf CAL. »

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WHR'** »8 • ' Ulann Cfluntu fonrnal.' -"1 : ■' * OUR AGENTS. " J [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 8 June 1861

WHR'** » 8 • ' Ulann Cfluntu fonrnal.' - " 1 : ■' * OUR AGENTS. " J Tuos. Boyck, corner of Washington aiul Montgomery streets, San Francisco. .{I. T. Joxks, Novsito. 1 tic ha nit Maoek, Xicusio. E. Levy, Olcmu. ..cr The news received by the last Pony is of an exciting character. The fight has at last begun, and assumes a threatening attitude. Alexandria has been taken by the Federal troops, and was expected that an early attack would be made on Harper's Ferry and Norfolk. We rofer to another portion of our paper for the latest intelligence. Shall wo celebrate the Fourth of July?- —The natal day of American freedom it near at hand, and no move has yet been made in this place, to celebrate in a becoming manner, our National Anniversary. That day, others, in these times of disidpdMi of the Government, loudly calls upou every loyal citizen and lover of his country to lay aside party prejudices, and come together its brethren of one great family and bhow their love for the "flag of our U...

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LATEST BY THE PONY [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 8 June 1861

LATEST BY THE PONY Rapid progress of events—Alexandria taken—Ellsworth assassinated—tin Assassin slain—Excitement in tin North, etc. The following further intelligence by ( the Pony Express was telegraphed from Sacramento to the Bulletin on the sth, Sacramento, June sth. New Yokk, May 24.—The Herald't correspondence, dated at Baltimore 23c May, says: Two persons are now under examinatiun here charged with listing and sending troops from Haiti more to join the Confederate Army.-r--2,000 such troops have left Baltimore up to this time, but it is not certain tha the prisoners hae any hand in their cn listment. ,| The Norfolk Register pronounces tht statement that there are 300 Indians o North Carolina in arms at Norfolk to b< false. j The Richmond Examiner says tha 1 Gen. Johnson, Commander of the Utal Expedition, has been ordered to tak< command of the Confederate forces a Harper's Ferry; also, that (Jen. Beauregard has been ordered to Norfolk, ani and that Jeff....

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BY THE PONY. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 8 June 1861

BY THE PONY. St. Louis, May 23—A. M. In the North, troops are still gathering around Washington, in Maryland, and at points along the Border. The people of the Border States are nre in dailv expectation of an attack 011 the Southern States. The Northern States offer more troops j but Government refuses to accept any j more. Nearly two hundred thousand menj are now sworn into the service of the U- j uitcd States, ready to serve during the] war. So far the operation of the troops in Maryland and Virginia have been con-1 fined to seizing a few privateers, and; protecting Union men, but will hereafter change tactics, and commence offensive operations. The Government has distinctly informed foreign ministers that any recognition of the Southern Confederacy will •be considered hostile, and intercourse j xvill be broken off with such Powers, j It is thought Great Britain will posi-1 lively refuse to recognize Seceded States, i Franco has also given assurances of friendship towards the Unit...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 8 June 1861

COMMERCIAL. S.IX FR/tNCISCO PRICES. Friday Evening, June 7th. Flour, $4 50 Wheat, 2c * Hurley, 1 a 1 1-8 Oats, per 100 lbs. $1 25 Corn, " $1 40 Potatoes, GOc a <>5c per sack. Hay, !§»y 00 per ton

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 8 June 1861

SPECIAL NOTICES. 1 ~ I F. X. KAST, Sole agent of the well known j house of A. Seiiierlick, Philadelphia, whose goods are recognised by the trade, as being j j better in quality of stock, workmanship and j tyle, than any other house in the world, has! I now opened Sample Lots at his extensive Warerooms, 214 California Street, The atI tention of the trade is invited. See advertisement. Vermont's Comdined Reaper and Mower.—Knapp, Uurrell & Co., No. 310 (old 80) ] ■ Washington st. San Francisco, advertize in j 1 another column this machine, which is fast ! 'jsnperceeding everything in its line in the; I state. Its eleven points of superiority over' ■ other machines are duly set forth. Jhe agent' | will forfeit the price of any machine if they i ' are not as claimed. ; | Boardman's Yeast Powiikrs,—The ex-j traordinarv sale of this article is the best evidence of its merits. The challenge is open 1 to all other yeast powders in the market, that they are equal to them in all th...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 8 June 1861

NOTICE. TIIIC gentleman (f) irho borrcnced my "bee- I tU" from the Lmltttrcaderu without my consent, (tiear my place of residence,) will please have the politeness to return the tame immediately. vinxii MIAXKLL\ BLCKELUW. TORRES' j No 71G CALLE COMMERCIAL, | arriba de Kearny. SAN FRANCISCO. 1 F.i, Sciior Maxuki. Tourks, tienccli i honor de aimuneiar a al publico, <jue hn a-1 jbicrto oate liermosa salon. Un LUCNII calicnte dosdo el medio dia hasta lus .'i. £ VBillares a la disposition de los concur- J (rentes. vlnlltf TORRES' EXCHANGE,! No. 71G Commercial Street, Opposite the National Theatre, SAW FRANCISCO. ! IIIIE "EyX'HANGE" is furnished with . the best of ROOMS, and choice WINKS I AND LIQUORS. vlnlltf i DISSOMTIOV IrpIIE Co-Partnership heretofore existing | J. between Brady & McCune at Tomales,: jis this d:ir dissolved by rautnl consent. UItADY & McCUNE. ! The business will be continued by the undersigned from and after this date. BRADY &amp...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 8 June 1861

Auction Sale. * WILL be sold without reserve, on the 4th j duy of June next, my entire j STOCK OF COODS, to wit! Hardware, Groceries, and ready-j mude Clothing; and until said date, will keep] on hand a full assortment of everything in |my line, which I will sell at COST FO R CASH. I have also the agency for 100 | barrels of Flour. T. MAIION. ! vlnBtd ! The above sale is postponed until Monday \ the first day of July-next. vlnlOtd State of California. : In the Justice's Court, San Rafael Tov.-n--jsliip, in mid for the County of Marin. i The people of the State of California, send ! greeting to George Gallagan; You are hereby summoned to appear before me, at my of- I \ flee in the Court House, in the Township of , San Rafael, in the County of Marin, on the ! loth, day of May A, 1). 1861, at 10 A. M. I o'clock, to answer unto the complaint of John Bird, who sues you for the sum of $ 167 00 for work and labour performed for you, by j him, at your special instance and request, us appear...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 8 June 1861

j HOTEL INTERWATIOKAL. JACKSON STREET, i A few doors above Montgomery, 8. F« FOSTER & COLEMAN, 1 (Successors to John J. Holey, roptkttn) IN -assnming the management of this wtU known and popular Hotel, the Proprietors invite the attention of its patrons and the public to its increased facilities, for their com* fort and convenience. , It has just been throughly renovated; Furniture and Carpets substituted; its Reception Koom enlarged to double its former capacity; an elegant Private Entrance for Indies has been costructcd and 50 NEW ROOMS are now added, ! In connection with this, we are resolred that its management shall not be surpassed by any Hotel oil this coast. The specialities of this house, are: the scrupulous neatness and cleanliness of its Rooms and lieds; the courteous attention of all those in charge of each department; and a Tabic Unsurpassed, in ev» erv particular, in this City. The International offers to families the greatest number and best appointed Fami...

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Dr. J. €. YOI VG, Late Professor of til" t'nivcT-tify of Pennsylvania, can h:1 found ait his private Medical Oflico and Hospital, X<>. 7.31 ( /tit/ Slmt, Opposite thf S. V. rorn'T of the Plaza, sax i'iux :isco. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 8 June 1861

Dr. J. €. YOI VG, Late Professor of til" t'nivcT-tify of Pennsylvania, can h: 1 found ait his private Medical Oflico and Hospital, X&amp;lt;&amp;gt;. 7.31 ( /tit/ Slmt, Opposite thf S. \V. rorn'T of the Plaza, sax i'iux :isco. WHERE he can 1&amp;gt;" consulted privately, and with thv u'lmut contid.-nce by the afflicted, at all hours daily, from U a. m. to 8 P. M. l)u. YurNO addresses tho-ip who aro suturing under the a'Hiefion of priva'e di-casc, whether ari &amp;lt;ing from impure connection or the terrible vice of self-abuse. Devoting hientire time to that particular branch of the medical profession, lie f-el-t warranted in ouauantf.kixo a &amp;lt; i"un in am. i asks,whether of Tong standing or rccen'lv contracted, entirely removing the dreg&amp;lt; of disease from the system, and making a perfect and permanent cure. lle would call attention of the afflicted to the fact of h'u standing and wellearned reputation, furnishing sufficient assurance of his skill ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 8 June 1861

Ca's., GENERALOFFICE, AT TilE MARIN HOTEL. V. L. BAttXARt), p e. u. p'omeroy, V Proprietors. JAKES ALLISON. ) Stages leave daily for San Quentin, connecting with the Petaluma and San Francisco steamers; and returning, leave San Quintin upon the arrival of the steamers from San Francisco. The Company are prepared to furnish the public with Carriages, Buggies, AND * SADDLE HORSES at reasonable rates. attention paid to lIOPSES on livery. E. 11. POMEROY, A/t. m2o—tf $20 REWARD. I will pay the above reward for information that will lead to the recovery of an American Jlare, about 4 years old, of alight roan( 4^\ or seraita color, black mane and tail, &amp;gt;- I f l sta* in the forehead, and brand'd on the lel't hip with a F ll—the F being within the 11. Anv information can be left at this office. u6 It* 11. 11. IiUT I'EUFIELD. L. KSMF.RY. O. ANOELLOTTI. ESMERY &amp;amp; ANCELOTTI, DEALERS IX Liquors and Provision, HEED RAXCUO. a 13—6 m Better than Preston &amp;amp; Morrill's...

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