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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 22 June 1861

jyTne telegraphic ditpatchu br!h; tHej Eastern news up to the 10th of Jun?. The; death of Senator Douglass U the only im-1 ( portant item outside of the general routine, ( of the marehing and counter-marching of], troops; and surmises and speculations as to: - where the great fight will b - *. Gen. Scott is undoubtedly preparing to strike a death blowto rebellion, and to end the strife with a* lit- j tie loss of life as possibl". He knows his I enemy; and he lacks neither ability to plan, nor men and means to carry out his designs; which, we belieTe to bo, to conquer a peace without too great an effusion of blood; but to conquer, let it cost what it may. The , blotting out of a great nation from the face of the earth is to be the result of the success of the rebels, and no amount of treasure or blood can be too great a sacrifice to avert a calamity so tremendous. It is important that the government have. the control of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. This is impossible while Harper...

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Letter from San Francisco. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 22 June 1861

Letter from San Francisco. 44 Editor Journal. "—Everything in the great Emporium of the State, bears the impress of prosperity, the busy hum of the mechanic is heard vibrating from the rising to the setting Sun. Some of the most costly architectures are now in progress of building in various localities in the city; turn whither jyou may, the hind of industry is trace-, luble in all the ramifications of the different branches of business whether in 'mechanism, or the more pleasing avocation of the mercantile department. To day, the streets, (particularly Montgomery.) were thronged with the curious, and idle spectator; while some from their lean and lanky appearances, indicate i want and destitution. It is in these i localities, (places more familiarly known las lunch houses,) where these* unfortu'nate creatures allay the never ceaseless pangs of hunger; crowds may be seen watching for some one who has been more fortunate in worldly matters than themselves to extend the hand of fellow...

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From Wa3hoe. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 22 June 1861

From Washoe. A company termed the Washoe and Eagle Valley Water Co., have for some time past been testing the practicability of bringing the water of the Washoe Lake to our mining region. After a series of surveys they have demonstrated the feasibility of the project, and have commenced operations. The ditch will be about 15 miles in length, 4 ft. deep, 6 ft. wide at the bottom, and 9 ft. at the top, carrying 5,000 inches of water. The Gould & Curry Co. have selected a site at the junction of six and seven mile canons, and have commenced work on the foundation of their mill. The work, when completed, will be the most extensive in the Territory. The company are enclosing about one hundred and fifty acres of land lying at the junction, and it is expected that quite a town will spring up there. A few days since, a man employed by Bartlett to prospect a vein of quartz, about two miles from this place on the Ophir road, noticed, while at a spring taking a drink of water, what...

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Democratic Primary Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 22 June 1861

Democratic Primary Meeting. At a meeting of the Democrats of j San Rafael, held at the Court House,' on Saturday the loth day of June 1801, in pursuance of a call of the Democratic Central Committee of Marin County, the meeting was callcd to order by E., H. Pomroy, E<q., member of theDem-j ociatic Central Committee. On motion, iT. 11. liahson was elected Chairman, and It. 11. Frink, Secretary. The fol-. low ing named gentlemen were duly elce- j ted delegates to attend the County ConJvention. which is called to meet on the ! 22nd day of June 1861, viz: Messrs. 1 |\Vm. Barnard, Val. D Doub, T. Ma-| i hon, A. W. Taliaferro, A. C. McAles!tcr, 1) T. Taylor, and Calvin K. Smith, j jC. M. Bros nan, Esq., then addressed! : the meeting in a sound patriotic speech; expressive of his devotion to the' Union,! and that it must and should be preserved, which was received with applause; tby the audience. On motion, it was (resolved that the proceedings of this fj meeting be published in...

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From Humboldt Bay. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 22 June 1861

From Humboldt Bay. •J From the Humboldt Times, of the 11 loth inst, we extract the following: j On Sunday afternoon the Oth inst.,! ,jMessrs. Southmayd and Osgo d were' ) J absent a few hours from their house. , l near Hear river, when it was robbed by 1 ,|the Indians of every portable article of! . I furniture, clothing, blankets and pro-j . j visions. | The Indian war is being vigorously I prosecuted, and the settlements suffer | 'less from Indian depredations. I Operations are being commenced in .jthe oil springs in the .-outhcrn part of ! ,! Humboldt county. [I The Fourth of July is to be appro- .! priately celebrated at Eureka. \ Death of Gen. Dosii.—This gen-! tleman, editor of the "Shasta Courier," j died on Thursday, Juue 13th. Mr.j I)osh lias been a prominent citizen of; I Shasta, since 1852, at which time he j | established the Courier, with which he j | has been connected ever since. At one itime he was the publisher ot the "Pla-\ |ccr Times," and afterwards in connect-! ...

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| Republican State Convention. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 22 June 1861

| Republican State Convention. Sacramento, June 18th,1861. The Republican Convention met at 2 o'clock, r. m. It was called to order by Dr. Hathaway, Chairman of fctatc Central Committee. Mr. Mc. Shafter, of San Francisco, was chosen temporary chairman, and II.: Baker, of San Francisco, and Ambrose, j of Plumas, secretaries. Amotion that the Chairman should appoint a Committee of one from each Judicial District lon credentials, permament officers and and organization, was debated at length.; | Mr. targent, of Nevada, moved that districts appoint, which motion was car-, rie'd. Dr. Ilabe being named as one of the | committee on credentials from an Die- j !go, Wilson, of San Francisco, one of; | the delegates from Marin, questioned j his right to a seat in the Convention, j The >an Diego delegate referred to old difficulties of Wilson vs. Rabe, and pro-1 posed a cessation of hostilities. The! j matter was left for the further action of j j the Committee on Credentials. Mr. Ty...

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FROM Tllfe EAST. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 22 June 1861

FROM Tllfe EAST. Sr. Louis, June,7th. The death of Senator Douglas caused j much grief all over the country; every .town paid respect to his memory. He will be buried today at Chicago, on the shore at Lake Cottage Grove. Nearly every town in Illinois sent a delegation to attend the funeral. It is reported that JungcCaton will be Douglas's successor. The N. Y. Herald says that \V. 1"'. Washington, of Col. W. Washington, was captured in a late skirmish iat Fairfax, Va. Lieut. Thompkinssaya that after the skirmish at Fairfax, three of his men were missing, and three | slightly wounded. Hx persn« lost; thinks he killed and wounded 35 rebels, j Emerson Etheridge has arrived at Washington. M. O. Ford of N. Y. has gone to Cairo, to construct a floating j battery. No military movement has yet been made from Fortress Monroe. Butler has not been recalled to Md. |As soon as Scott is ready, Butler will I make a movement towards Richmond, lin conjunction with Gen. Banks. It is 1 said that the po...

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STILL LATER. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 22 June 1861

STILL LATER. June 10th. Gen. Beauregard is at Harper's Ferry One thousand Confederate troop, had crossed into" Pennsylvania. On the t>th, five full regiments left I New York for Washington. The Emperor of France had authorised officers of his army to enter the ser- < vice of the United States. Ths Southern army was suffering ifrom sickness and privation. The.soldiers refuse to work, claiming thaff the 'slaves must do fiat. Archbishop Hughes lias warned . the Southern clergy against giving encour- • agement to the rebellion. ! The Federal forces at Washington I seem to be preparing for an important move, but nothing definite can be obtained. Xo doubt Harper's Ferry will •be attacked to-div or to-morrow, .\lannssas Junction will be the scone of operations in a day or two. It is thought that the Secession troops at 1 larp'M-'s Ferry are suffering from disease and want of food. Uen. Beauregard has charge of th'.m It is said that Jeff, Davis will comjmand at Manassa...

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Odds and Ends. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 22 June 1861

Odds and Ends. Horace Smith has been admitted to bail in the sQm oif 810,000. A second respite has been granted to Michael Harrigan, and the 26th of July set for his execution. The ship Challenge arrived in San Francisco on the 14th, with 841 Chinese slaves. It is rumored that Gen. Sumner has is sued orders fot the arrest of Judge* Terry, Calhoun Benham, and Judge Mandeville, on charge of treason. J. J. Owen, editor of the San Jose 3lcrcunj, has been appointed Bay Inspector. The Alameda Gazelle has entered on its seventh volume. J. N. Dawley, of Nevada, will be a candidate before the Convention that meets on the 4th of July, for State' Treasurer. It is said that the Hon. J. N. Q linn will be a candidate for State Controller before the Union Democratic State Convention. Ex-senator David M vhoney. will be a candidate -for a no ninatlen for Congress, before the Union Democratic 'ConvetftiOYi of the 4th of July. The British steam-corvette Tartar, arrived in San Francisco on the 17th, fr...

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I COMMERCIAL. I [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 22 June 1861

I COMMERCIAL. I FIMXCISCO PI}ICES. t Friday Evening, Jane 21st. Flour, $5 50a7,00 ' Wheat, 2c Bailey, 1 a 1 1-8 Oats, per 100 lbs. SI 25 1 Corn, •' SI 40 ? Potatoes, 1 25 Ila;,, 00 per ton > Butter, California 00c. -'I Cheese, ' 1 «• 00c. •': Gunny Bags 15c j Onions, 6a3c

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SPECIAL N DTICES. j< [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 22 June 1861

SPECIAL N DTICES. j&amp;lt; ! F. X. KAST, Sole agent of the well known 'j home of A. SrnintiT.icK, Philadelphia, who.e !gaols are recognised by the trade, as being 1 1 better in qualify of stock, workmanship and than any o'her house in the world, lias * I now opened Sample Lo's at lm exten-ivcj I \Vareroom&amp;lt;, 211 California Street. The attention of the trade is invited. See advertisement. Vermont's Combined Reaper and Mow- " er.—Knapp, Burrell &amp;amp; Co., No. 310 (old 80) Washington st. San Franeisco, advertize in , another column this machine, which is fast i snperceeding everything in its line in the "jstaV. Its eleven piin's of superiority overj : | o'hor machines are duly «et forth. The agent! 'willforfeit the price of any machine if theyi' I are not as claimed. 'I Bo\rdman'h Yeast Powders. —The ex-! ' j traordinary sal? of this article is the best ev-i, I idence of its merits. The challenge is open t J to all other yeast powders in the market, that; j they ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 22 June 1861

'| Divino Sarvice. j] •j Tiir llev 11. OILWEIIT, will prcach oni . | to-morrow, Jun? 23d, at 2 o'clock 1\ M.,!, r iand at 7 1-2 o clock, !'• M. ATTENTION •i 771/•. Citizen* of S-tn Rtficl and vicinity | .'are requested to meet at the Court llo'ite this &amp;lt; 'evening, iturdy/.) it 7 o'elo-s't, to take into ji "! consideration the celebration of the Ith of J t!i/.; &amp;lt; Adminlstratrr's N)tico. 5i Estate of John I/ucson, deceased. 1 IV " heety t'fen by the unlersijned, j( • ill Ad-ninistra'or of the a'/we named estate,j ] _ j to the creditors of, and all persons ha l iny claims i ( aij tinsl s ii l deceased, to ec'libit the same with |j 3 ! the wws-ir:/ roif'te&amp;gt;•» within ten months from ] j the Jirst pu'dicition of this nitic.', to the under- j, j si'/iu'd, at his reudenc.\ at Sin 1/ ite.o, in Sin , Mateo County. /'. /'. WES I', Adm'r. I, 'j h f'"7 1 1* s'?»i J} if iet, .fine 21nl ISiil. 31 |i ia Sin Rai'asl ?! FORSALE. : rpIIK valuable proivrty fivn-rly own ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 22 June 1861

List of Letters REMAINING inthePo.t Office at San Rafael, June 11th IS6l— lUowker, C. C. 2 llull, Jesse C. I Uarbioche, 2 Haight George F. i Belbier, 11. * Kirk wood, J. 2 Barnard, Stephen Knight, J. W. Bourg, l-'rank Lucas C. L. llaron, Win. Louck, G. Bu'ler, It. Lucas Mrs. M, D. Coligan, Mycal Legrango, L. Clark, Miss Pornsa McCal, Jas. I)uque, Jo«! Meachara, David Dankwork, F. Merri", \\\ E. Damon, L. W. I'rince, Mr. Eldridg::, F. D. 2 llobi-h, G. I Parser, Leman 2 Smith, Mr ;. D. I Fin lercr, Ed'.vard Stephen, Ja.s, Gillmore, AV. 2 Stephan', Oabrisl ! Gordon, Milton M. Schwartz, Geo. !Gran', P. B. Schmidt, H. Gardner, Benj. Sambon, A. 2 Gordon, G. \V\ Tolman, Phinacs 2 | Goubro'n, Lcfvre 2 Wil on, A. T. II ;witt, Jno. C, Wal.h, Daniel llauck, Win, "NVhitcomb, Jno B. I , Ilardin, Jo seph Yates, Chester Ziglcr, Thaddeus calling for the above named; letters, will please jav thev are advertised, i nxiii ' D. BLOCK, P. M. Sole Traders' Notice. STATE UF CALIFORNIA, ) County of Marin, ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 22 June 1861

I VIVIOIV DEMOCRATIC COUNTY CONVENTION. IrilllE Democratic Electors of Marin Counj X ty are respectfully requested to meet in their several precincts, on the 15th day of June, to el act Delegates to a County Convention, to be holdeu in San Bafael, On the22nd day of Jane, 1861, at 4 o'clock P. M., for the purpose of selectling six Delegates t-o to the Democraic State Nomiua ing Convcn ion, to be holden in Sacraiucn oon the 4th day of July 1861. i As parti-an differences aremea urablv lost 'in the pre-; nt sta'e of National affairs, "we appeal to the whole people of the country, i "o stand wi'h us, by our country and ou Hag;" and to this end we cordially invite all Constitution, Uaiotl loving rfien to participate in the primary meeting : only exacting a- a tes», the approval of the Re onions parsed by the Democratic StateCen'ral Committee, and a willingness to support the can- | dida'cs nominated. I The ba is of represen'a'ion in the Coun'y i IConvcirion, shall bionj delegate for the ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 22 June 1861

THE VERMONT MOWER AND COMBINED Reaper and Howe*, . FOR THE HARVEST OF 18ft&amp;gt;. ' The attention of Fanners i- invited to the Cel» ebiated Vermont Reaper and Mower, which i • un urpa &amp;gt;sedfor SIMPLICITY, Durability convenience and thiougVness of work. The high estimation in which this Machine i 4 held by those faimers who have used it, justifies the cxpecta'ion, that, wih the la'e i improvements it will become the LEADINO 'MACHINE when its superior qualities art generally known. Some point! of exeellenct and peculiar advantage tchich tki* Machine hat I over otherf, are aiful.'oice: Ist. Having the cutter-bar hinged to the frame, so as to adjust itself to uneven surfaces. ?d Having two driving wheel*, if one tlips the other does the work. 3d When the Machine moves fo the right or left, the knive- are kep' in constant motion by oneor other of the wheels. | 4tli It can be oikd, thiown in or out of | gear wi'ho'it the d iver leaving hi - sea'. sth The whole weight of th...

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Dr. J. C. YOlltt, Late Professor of the University of Pennsylvania, cun be found at his private Medical Office and Hospital, -Vo. 7-51 CI aif Strri'l, Opposite the S. W. corner of the Pln/.a, SAN FIIAX :isco. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 22 June 1861

Dr. J. C. YOlltt, Late Professor of the University of Pennsylvania, cun be found at his private Medical Office and Hospital, -Vo. 7-51 CI aif Strri'l, Opposite the S. W. corner of the Pln/.a, SAN FIIAX :isco. WIIEHE he can be consulted privately, and with the utmost confidence by the afflicted, ut all hours daily, from 'J a. m. to 8 I*. M. Die. Yovnc addresses those who are sufferin" under the affliction of private disease, whether arising from impure connection or the terrible vice of self-abuse. Devoting his entire time to that particular branch of the medical profession, he feels warranted in ouauantkkino a ci'ukin am, casks,whether of long standing or recently contracted, entirelyjemoving the dregs of disease from thi system, and making a perfect and permanent cure. lie would call the attention of the afflicted to the fuet of his long -funding and wellearned reputation, furnishing suiKeient assurance of his skill and success. Upwards of .i.OOOVrase* have b"en di-char-g&amp;l...

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: . -v ' | TTT7— . glavii; Cmratij journal, [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 22 June 1861

: . -v ' | TTT7 — . glavii; Cmratij journal, A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER Devoted to Foreign and Domestic Newi, Literature, Agriculture, and the Interests of Marin County, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BY JEROME A. BARNEY. TERMS. Subscription for 1 year 6 00 " 6 mos. 3 00 » 3 mos. 1 60 inserted at th« following rates, 1 square of 12 lines or less, 2 00; each insertion thereafter 1 00 will be charged. CyA liberal discount made to yearly advertisers.

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The Law of Newspapers. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 22 June 1861

The Law of Newspapers. 1. Subscribers who do not give express notice to the contrary are considered as wishing to continue their sub- • scription. 2. If subscribers order their paper stoppcd.jpublishers may continue to send them till all charges.are paid. 3. If subscribers neglect or refusa to take their papers from the office or place to which they arc sent, they are held responsible until they settle their bills and give notice to discontinue them. I 4. If subscribers move to other places, without informing the publisher, I and the paper is sent to its former di- | rection, they arc held responsible. No- | tice should always be given of removal. The courts have decided that refusing 'to take a paper or periodical from the 'office, is prima facia evidence of fraud. Postmasters would oblige by a strict j fulfilment of the regulations requiring ;them to notify publishers, once in three j months, of papers not taken from theirI office by subscribers. Under the law of Congress, paper® ...

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Meeting of the Courts. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 22 June 1861

Meeting of the Courts. j DISTRICT (•Ol'ltT, 7th Judicial District. llon. K. W. McKinstry, Judge. Mcete on the Ist Monday in March, Julv and No re ruber. ' COURT OF SESSIONS; R. B. F'juxx, Judge; James T.Stoeker,Patil Figucras Associates. Meets 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.—Metti on the Ist Monday in Feb'y., May, Auguit and November.

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