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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 8 June 1861

BLOCK, LEVY & CO., SAN RAFAEL, W'OULD respectfully inform the citizens of San Rafael and vicinity, that they have on hand, and are constantly receiving, a full assortment of . 6cucv;il lltcrclninfe, which they will sell at unprecedented low prices, and consisting in part as follow* ; Coats, Pants, Vests, Shiits, Drawers, Boots,! I SHOES, HATS & CA-PS And in fact every article suitable for GENTLEMEN'S, WEAK. —ALSO— A FINE ASSORTMENT OF LADIES' GOODS, consisting in part as follow*: DeLaines, Cashmeres, Merinoes, w Silks, Shawls, Cloaks, Flannels, Linens, Laces, Embroideries, Mantillas, Hosiery, tee. ALSO a chice lot of GROCERIES FLOUR, SUGAR, COFFEE. TEA, SUGAR, SOAP, BACON, HAMS, CANDLES, JAMS, JELLIES, PIE FRUIT, DRIED FRUIT, and in fact every article connected with the ! Grocery department. ALSO j a ehoice lot of I (. | (LTorlunj 4- |)avi)toart, | | Hunt's and Collins' Axes, Nails, Locks, i Butts, Hinges Files, etc. Also we have on hand the choicest brands o...

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

CHAS. A. CRAKE, Advertising Agency, SAN FRANCISCO. Daily Bee, Sacramento Nevatta National, Grass Valley Butte Democrat, Oroville Placer Courier, Forest 11 ill I Northern California!* Union I Times * Coloma Plumas Standard Quincy I Southern New» Los Angeles J Daily Argus Stockton : Daily Appeal, Marysville ; N a{>a County Time* N apa San Jose Telegraph San Jose Almeda Herald Oaklund Contra Costa Gazette Martinez Santa Cruz News Sonta Cruz, Petaluma Argus Petaluma Sonoma County. Democrat Santa Roi-a Los Angeles Star Los Angeles j Daily Oregon Advertizer Portland Mariposa Star Mariposa San Andreas Indepandcnt San Andreas Columbia Ncws Columbia Teritorial Enterprize Carson Valley Alameda County Gazette San Leandro Democratic Age Sonora Arizonian Tuscon, Arizona Oregon Farmer Oregon Dalles Journal Dalles.Oregon Hutching's Magazine San Francisco California Culturist San Francisco j ADVERTISING IN THE ATLANTIC STATES. C. A. C. will also attend to forwarding advertisements to pap...

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

SELLING OUT AT COST!! THE undersigned having determined to close out the entire STOCK OF GOODS now on hand, respectfully informs his friends 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 IG—tf TIMOTHY MAHON'S. i I ; THE VERMONT MOWER AND COMBINED Reaper and JVlowcr, TOR TIIE HARVEST OF 18G1. 1 The attention of Farmers is invited to the Celebrated Vermont Reaper and Mower, which is unsurpassed for SIMPLICITY, Durability convenience and throughness of work. The high estimation in which this Machine is held by those farmers who have used it r justifies the expectation, UrfL with the late improvements it will bccoiWmie LEADING j MACHINE when its superior qualities are generally known. Some points of excellence and peculiar adcantagc icliich this Machine hat over others, are asfolloics: j Ist. Having the cutter-bar hinged to the j frame, so as to adjust itself to...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 15 June 1861

THE MARIN COUNTY JOURNAL VOL. 1. SAN RAFAEL, MARIN CO. CAL. SATURDAY, JUNE 15, 1861. NO 13

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<0 r i g t it a t. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 15 June 1861

&amp;lt;0 r i g t it a t. For the "Journal." LINES To the memory of Gonzales, who was drowned in the surf, June Ist 1861, at Punta de los Rpycs, while in the employ of the owpers of the "Sea Nymph." Farewell, thou noble soul, No more on earth to roam, Thy spirit upward soars, To find its final home. Though friends may mourn; alas— Let God's behest be done, The turbid stream he's pass'd, And we must follow soon. Once happy in the thought. That friends would close his eyes; Alas! the biaeh—his couch— n With winds and waves for sighs. Though strangers stand around, And view the lifeless corse, No kindred tear is found _ To drop,—or soothing voice. Had'st thou but wealth or fame, No strand—thy dying bed; But marble, —told thy name Among the noble dead. But fortune favors few— Mishap's—the lot of all; The wise pass safjlv through, Or, like the foolish, fall. "F."

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SUPPORT OP GOVENMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 15 June 1861

SUPPORT OP GOVENMENT. On a grander scalc and under more hopeful auspices tlian in any other nation on earth, the attempt lias been made in this country to support a government •eminating from the people. The foundations of this government were laid by patriots as pure and wise as ever blessed any land by their counsels and labors. To do this cost treasure and blood— treasure drawn from the people in their poverty, and blood as pure and noble as was ever poured out on a battle field: but the founders of the Republic shrunk aiot from expending the one or the other, they might establish a govern-j that would secure liberty for themselves, their children and children's children, for successive generations. There were not-wanting those who prophesied an early failure in this undertaking. The monarch* and despots; of the old world, and all who sympathi-j «ed with them in every land, looked upon this attempt at government by the people as inherently weak. Without the prestige of king and c...

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Mass Meeting at Weavorville. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 15 June 1861

Mass Meeting at Weavorville. In pursuance of a call, a large and enthusiastic meeting of the Democracy iof Trinity county, was held at Weaver-! ; ville, on May 2oth 18G1, when the following resolutions were adopted with-! [out a dissenting voice:— Tr/tereas, we regard our Constitution-, jal Representative Government as the! ;most free, liberal and just of all other j 'forms of Government on earth; and ;whereas, we have viewed with exceed-! ing regret the present hostile and wartlike attitude of the two sections, North] land South, on the Atlantic side, and] whereas, we, as patriots are actuated by i a sincere desire to perpetuate the Union ] jof the States as constituted by the orig-j inal thirteen, therefore be it Resolved, \ I Ist, That we rccognize the States! .comprising and constituting the Gov-! ernmcnt of the United States of Amer-j ica as originally sovroign; that what-j ever of power exists in the Federal) Government is derived from the sovereign States of the Union, and th...

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Kourting in the Seasons. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 15 June 1861

Kourting in the Seasons. I luv to kourt in wintur The mani gurla I no, When a-.vl outside is drery And kivcred up with snow; I luv to kourt in winter liekaw.se the old fokes dreai? The kold nnd stormy wethu'r, And hurry oph tu bed. I luv to kourt in spring time, AVhcn nil is brite and gay, When natur smvlcs so sweetly, Two ehaisr the kold awa; I luv to kourt in spring time, Heeawse the girls yu 110, Tliev luk so orful purty, In dresses kut so 10. I luv to kourt in summer, 'When awl things are in blume, And t yet I think that kourting Will ever be mi dume; For I've jest axed 21 Of awl the gurls I no. Two have me for there hiving one, And tliev answered—NO! IN A I'i.Hl F.&amp;lt; T I'I.KASIMi UIIAFSODT. The Napa li-jftrl 1 r?v&amp;lt; ls in a perfect little picture of l\iradi-e. Hear him; '"Roses by counties* names, ivy, jessamine, honeysucl'e, maderia, indeed all the wealth of climbing vegetation clambcrs «bout our roofs, as if it loved us. W'c cannot explain to our eastern f...

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Utaviit Countjj |ounutl.j SAN RAFAEL, JUNE 15." j "OURAOENTS! j [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 15 June 1861

Marin County Journal SAN RAFAEL, JUNE 15. OUR AGENTS. Thos. Boyce, corner of Washington and Montgomery streets, San Francisco. H. T. Jones, Novato. Richatid M.voee, Nicasio E. Levy, Olema.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 15 June 1861

CP*Tueue is but little difference in the | general character of a nation, or a large com-j munity, and the general character of an in-1 dividual of that nation or community. The j' individual starts, at his maturity, upon his i voyage of lifo in an honorable and correct: cou.ae, to combat with the elements of the I ■world, for what he considers laudable and necessary for his own happiness and the good| of others. But the imperfections of his nature and the conflicts of interest often warps! his judgment; and we soon find him deviat-1 ing, incontinently perhaps, but surely, from l the straight lint! he essayed to pursue. He j soon finds himself under the control of a sel- 1 , fishness that he imagines he abhors, than of', sound judgment, and will take it in high! j dudgeon if r,uch a principle be imputed to , him. So in a large community—held to-! gether bv a solemn compact- -at first formed j. upon principles of the strictest equity—as'' circumstances of interest appear to portions ...

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Communicated. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 15 June 1861

Communicated. Tomales, June 11, 1861. j \ Editor "Marin Journal Having completed a tour of Marin County, in the capacity of Superintend-; Jent of Public Schools, I hope you will' j bear with me while reviewing the condition of our Schools for Public-Instruct-j ; ion, &amp;amp;c. The S.chools of this County, | jas all are aware, have been seriously nc-j Jglectcd, and by those, too, who have; 'had it in their power, to advance the; I cause of education, and build up Schools I jof importance in our midst. I have! I seldom, if ever, visited a community! jmore anxious, apparently, to become \ placed in a position so as to build up; ; Public, Schools, for the education of childrei of the respective districts.—! Many Schools, heretofore, have beonj [supported by private enterprise, alone.[ I found that about one half of the Districts had Schools, already in success-j ' f'ul operation—some being in session for nine months the present School year.' Who then can doubt the anxiety of the p...

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C'OMMU NIC ATE D. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 15 June 1861

C'OMMU NIC ATE D. Mr. Editor:—Many of our citizens j profess astonishment at the course of the Chairman ofthe Breckenridge Central Committee, in not calling that body! [together. I confess that it is none to' jme; for the idiosynocrasies of the apos'tate had created doubts in my mind as to his sincerity. His action in this matter, to say the least of it, is a wanton dereliction of duty. Why did he 1 not resign the important trust confided to him? The public were anxiously j waiting the assembling of that meeting I whereby resolutions might have been a;dopted, expressive of a desire to unite | with the Douglass party under one banIner, and insure an overwhelming deI • 1 feat of the common enemy; when the ; wish of the old democracy would have i been realized, and their fondest hopes j consumated. But, says this compound of political wisdom "had you (the party) adopted resolutions not dissimilar , | in phraseology from those lately adoptled at Santa Rosa, I should have been with you."...

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San Rafael Institute. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 15 June 1861

San Rafael Institute. Ed. Journal.—The public should be i gratified to learn that this Institution is, at the present time in a flourishing' condition, and deservedly so. Great] 1 pains have been taken by the Manager, i 1 and no exertion spared, to make it rank; with any similar institution in the State. | It has ample accomodations for board-1 ing scholars: and located as it is, in this' ( charming valley, cannot fail to please' those who have fin eye to the health of ' their children, as well as mental instruc- ! lion. Located in a perfect paradise—! away from the busy hum'of the city-— q.zict reigning supreme—no scenes of vice to be encountered, renders it what ] the manager intended that it should be.!] The Principal is in every way qualified , for the position that she assumes, and/ has endeared herself to her pupils by j her gentle deportment toward them, and general manner of instruction.--, 1 Heretofore we have been badly in want ; of an institution of this kind; now that : ...

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From Sacramento. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 15 June 1861

From Sacramento. — j The Brcckenridge Convention met at 2P.M. on the 11th. The meeting was called to order by Judge Lindley, of Yuba, who spoke at length upon the 'questions now agitating the public mind The following named gentlemen were j elected as permanent officers. President: —Hon. Tod llobinson. Vice, Presidents.—Wood, of San | Joaquin; Boyd, of El Dorado; Chambers, 'of Plumas; Morrison, of Santa Clara; Ilays, of Alameda; Conway of Nevada; Mc'Daniel, of Humbolt; Edwards, of Sacramento; Chandler, of Tuolumne;! Udel, of Solano. j Orjjer of Business.—Governor, Lt.' j Governor, Judge of Supreme Court,! Two Members of Congress, Comptroller, j Treasurer, Attorney General, Surveyor! General, State Printer, Clerk of Sau-' preme Court, State Central Committee, j Resolutions were passed, endorsing j the Crittenden Compromise, andrecomi mending the Pacific Railroad. i ° We extract the following from the San* Francisco Herald: "Recent letters from Europe inform j us that the Commissioner...

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| FROM THE EAST. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 15 June 1861

| FROM THE EAST. ;j It is understood that Gen. Lyon suc- , cceds Gen. Harney. ! | The special to the Tribune says: • There was a movement of troops near : Alexandria, in consequence of a rumor ; that Gen. Lee Was approaching in force. I The Prizes brought to the Navy Yard yesterday are valued at over $30,000. It is said that with the 3,000 troops near Fairfax, there are 10,000 negroes in the capacity of servants and laborers. Provisions are scarce, and the privation | first falls on the slaves. Gen. Butler was reinforced yesterday by 2,000 troops. The Times' Washington dispatch jstates that there are 8,000 troops at j Point of Rocks. The troops there are much demoralized, but will make a des- | per Ate fight. There were indications of an intention to evacuate the post, I but he could g2t no positive informajtion. They expect an attack from the , west, and keep a sha» look out every : night. The men are sleeping on their arms. Dr. Geo. J. Sanderson, who was stabbed on the night of ma...

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commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 15 June 1861

commercial. FIUNCISCO PRICES. Friday Evening, June 14th. Flour, $5 00a7,00 Wheat, 2c Barley, 1 a 1 1-8 Oats, per 100 lbs. §1 25 Corn, " $1 40 m Potatoes, 125 Hay, $'J 00 per ton

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 15 June 1861

SPECIAL NOTICES. F. X. KAST, Sole agent of the well known "house of A. Seideiilick, Philadelphia, who;c goocli are reeoguised by the trade, as being better in quality of stock, workmanship and tyle, than any other house in the world, has now opened Sample Lots at his extensive Warerooms, 214 California Street. The attention of the trade is invited. See advertisement. Vermont's Combined Reaper and Mower.—Knapp, Burrel' &amp;amp; C'j., No. 310 (old 80) Washington st. San Francisco, advertize in another column this machine, which is fast snperceeding everything in its line in the state. Its eleven points of superiority over other machines are duly set forth. The agent will forfeit the price of any machine if they are not as claimed. Hoaudman's Yeast Powders.—The extraordinary sale of this article is the best evidence of its merits. The challenge is open to all other yeast powders in the market, that they are equal to them in all their properties and will be sold at 1-3 less price. ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 15 June 1861

Divine Service. The Rcy H a GILBERT, will preach on to-morrow, June ICth, at 2 o'clock P. M., and at 7 1-2 o clock, P* M. List of Letters REMAINING in the Post Office at San Rafael, June 11th 18G1 — Bowker, C', C. 2 Hull, Jesse C. Barbioche, 2 ilaight George F. Bellner, 11. Kirkwood, J. 2 Barnard, Stephen Knight, J. \V. Bourg, Frank Lucas, C. L. Baron, Win. Louck, G. Butler, R. Lucas Mrs. M. D. Coligan, Mycal Legrango, L. Clark, Miss Pernsa McCal, Jas. Duque, Jose Meacham, David Dankwork, F. Merrit, \V. E. Ihimon, L. \V. Prince, Mr. „ . Eldridgn, F. D. 2 Robish, G. Farscr, Lenian 2 Smith, Mrs. D. Finslerer, Ed'.vard Stephen, Jas. Grillmorc, \V. 2 Stephant, Gabriel Gordon, Milton M. Schwartz, Geo. [irant, P. B. Schmidt, 11. Gardner, Benj. Sambon, A. 2 iiordon, G. \V". Tolman, Phinacs 2 ioubron, Lefvre 2 Wil«on, A. T. Hewitt, Jno. C, Walsh, Daniel Hauck, Wm. V/hitcomb, Jno B% Hardin, Joseph Yates, Chester Zigler, Thaddeus fjppcrsohs calling for the .ibove named etters, will please say...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 15 June 1861

Auction Sale. Will be sold without reserve, oil the 4th day of June next, my entire STOCK OF goods; to wit: Hardware, Groceries, and readymade Clothing; and until sa'id date, will keep on hand a full assortment of everything in my line, which I' will sell at COST FOR CASH. I have also the agency for 100 barrels of Flour. . T. MAIIOX. vlubtd T 'c above sale is postponed until Monday the first duij of Ju!j next. vlnlOtd State of California. In the Justice's Court, San Rafael Township, in and fur the County of Marin. The people of the State of California, send greeting to George Gallagan; You are here- 1 by summoned to appear before me, at my of- j tice in the-Court House, in the Township of San Rafael, in the County of Marin, on the j loth, day of May A, D. 1801, at 10 A. M.! o'clock, to answer uiHo the complaint of' John liird,who sues you for the sum of§lo7 00 , for work and labour performed for you, by him, at your special instance and request, as' appears more fully by Complaint t...

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