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County Officers. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 22 June 1861

County Officers. I County Judge.—Hon. It. 15. FKINK. j Sheriff.—VAL. 1). DOUB. Deputy do.—James M. Harris, j District Att'v.—JXO. 11. lIAIIALSON, 1 County Clerk.—DAX'L. T. TAYLOII. Deputy do.—S. Bolivar llaiuus. j Treasurer.—TllOS. 11. HANSON. Surveyor.—A. 1). EASKOOT. ! Assessor.—J. 15. JACOBS. | Coroner.—T. K. AVATSO.X. i Sup't. of Schools.—T. J. ABLES. | Board of Supervisors.—JAS. DIXON |D. OLDS, J. \V. IiUFFINSTOX.

Publication Title: Marin Journal
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 22 June 1861

jgppfi® Co's., GENERAL OFFICE, AT THE MARIN HOTEL. W. L. BAUNARD, } e. h. roMRKOY, > Proprietors. JAMES ALLISON. ) Stages leave daily for San Quentin, connecting with the Petal'umaandSanFrantfisco 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 8t reasonable rates, ty Particular attention paid to IIOPSES on livery. E. 11. POMJ2KOY, A/t. m2o—tf $20 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 ltfjht ronn or semita color, black muneand tail, 1 f » star in the forehead, and branded on the left hip with a F TT—the F being within the 11. Any information can be left at this office. a 6 It* H. 11. BUTTERFIELD. L. EMMERY. O. ANOELLOTTI. ESMERY & ANCELOTTI, DEALERS IN Liquors and Provision, REED RAN CHOI a 13—6 m Better thc.ii Preston &am...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 22 June 1861

BLOCK,LEVY & CO., SAN RAFAEL, WOUIJ) respectfully inform the citizens 'of Sun Rafael anil vicinity, that they have on hand, and are constantly receiving, a full assortment of 6tnral UlfvclianMst, which they will sell at unprecedented low prices, and consisting in part as follows ; Coats, Pants, Vests, Shirts, Drawers, Boots,! SHOES, HATS & CAPS And in fact every article suitable for GENTLEMEN'S WEAR. —ALSO— A FINE ASSORTMENT OF LADIES' GOODS, consisting in part as follow*: # DeLaines, Cashmeres, Merinoes, Silks, Shawls, Cloaks, Flannels, Linens, Laces, Embroideries, Mantillas, Hosiery, &c. ALSO a chice lot of GROCERIES FLOUR, SUGAR, COFFEE, TEA, SUGAR, SOAP, BACONi HA MS, CANDLES, JAMS, JELLIES, PIE FRUIT, DRIED FRUIT, ind in fact every article connccted with the jroccry department. ALSO ft choice lot of (Tvoclimi &■ pirttoavr, Hunt's and Collins' Axes, Nails, Locks, 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 — 22 June 1861

tHAS. A. CRANE, Advertising Agency, SAX FRANCISCO. Daily Bee, Sacramento Nevada National, Grass Valley Butte Democrat, Oroville Placer Courier, Forest Hill Northern California! ' Union Times Coloma Plumas Standard Quincy Southern News Los Angeles Daily Argus Stockton Daily Appeal, Marvsville Napa County Times Napa San Jose Telegraph Snn Jose Almeda Herald Oakland Contra Costa Gazette Martinez Santa Cruz News Sonta Cruz l'etaluma Argus Petaluma Sonoma County Democrat San'aßo-n Los Angeles Star Los Angeles Daily Oregon Advertizer Portland Maripo.-a Star Maripo-a San Andreas Indepandent San Andreas Columbia News Columbia Tentorial Enterprizc Car-on 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 ADVEIITISING IN THE ATLANTIC STATES. C. A. C. will also attend to forwarding advertisements to papers published in nnv portion of ...

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

professional (farils. DAN'L TT TAYLOR, Notary Public & Conveyancer. DEEDS, MORTGAGES, LEASES, . POWER OF ATTORNEY, 'And nil other LEGAL DOCUMENTS, drawn with (fispatch. DEPOSITIONS token to be used in all the Courts of thia State. Examiner of Deeds nnd SEARCHER OF RECORDS. rgr-Has been familiar with the titles of REAL ESTATE in this county since 18.50. Clerk's Office, San Rafael. m 23 6m JNoTII. HARALSON, ATTORNEY AT LAW, SAX RAFAEL, MARIN CO. march 23—ly Til OS. 11. HANSON, SUtonu]) at fa to, AND NOTARY PUBLIC, SAN RAFAEL, MARIN CO. ni 23 tf CAL. SELLINC OUT AT COST!! IIIIE undersigned hrring determined to . close out the entire STOCK OF C«OOD§ now on hand, respectfully informs hi* friend* nnd the public, that in order to facilitate that object, he will i-ell at price* worthy their attention. CALL AND SEE—then judgeif there are not cheap bargain* to be had nt l«-tf TIMOTHY M.UION'O.

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 29 June 1861

[IE MARIN COUNT! JOURNAL , VOL. 1. SAN RAFAEL, MARIN CO. CAL. SATURDAY, JUNE 29, 1861. NO 15

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fI ? 111 i). [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 29 June 1861

fI ? 111 i). SLANDER. BY rUANCIS S. OSGOOD. A whisper woke the air— A soft, light tone and low, Yet barb-'d with shame and woe; i Xow might it only perish there! ! Nor farther go. Ah me! a quick and eager ear Caught up the little meaning nonnd! , Another voice has breathed it clear, And so it wandered round, | From ear to lip—from lip to ear- - Until it reached a gentle heart, And that—it broke. j • Low as it seemed to other ears, j It cams a thund:r crash to hern' That fragile girl, so fair and gay— That guileless girl, so pure and true! i "I'is said a lovely humming-bird That in a fragrant lilly lay. j Arrl dream >a the summer morn away, i Was killed but by a gun's report, j Some idle boy had fired in sport! ; The very sound—a death-blow came! ' And thus her happy heart that beat Wjth lore and hope, so fast and *weet, (Shrined in its lilly, too; For who the maid that knew, Hut owned the delicate tto-.r<r-like grace Of her young form and face:) When first that...

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L.ari*abec v«. Larrabcc. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 29 June 1861

L.ari*abec v«. Larrabcc. AN EI'ISOIIF. 01' ll:>AUI)IN'0 HOCSE LII'E.

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in t.'ATi'i'jt. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 29 June 1861

in t.'ATi'i'jt. I mad,- the acquaintance of the Larrabees at my boarding-house. Mr. Lar'rabee was burly, jolly, and seemingly ! good-hearted; Mrs. Larrabee was fragile, i | pensive, silent, and seemingly broken-! uearted. The longer they remained in! the boarding-house, tlie more jolly did .Mr. L irrab'C grow, and the moreabun-l dint his anecdotes, and Mrs. Larra-: ! bee's ponsiveness and misery seemed to grow with equal rapidity. The pair began at la»t to be talked; of in the house whenever or whereveri two or more of their fellow-boarders were assembled. That there was somel mystery attached to them was certain,: bat of its nature or source none couldi ever form a theory, even attempted solution failing in some essential particular. ; Mr. larrabee grew more jolly. His, blue-green eyes sparkled with glee. His great face grew crimson with re-: press.ml explosion ; of laugh er. Faster and more furious flowed the tide of anecdote and witticism. And, mean-, while, his wife sat by his s...

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A Heaiitii«i2 Letter. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 29 June 1861

A Heaiitii«i2 Letter. The following most to idling fragment ui' a letter from a dying wife to her husband, was found liv him, some months after her death, between the leaves of * religious volume which she was very loud of perusing. The letter,' which was literally dim with tear marks, \va* written long before the husband wan aware that the grasp of a fatal disease had fastened upon the lovely form of his wile, who died at the early ag< ot nineteen: "When this shall reach your eye, lear (i—, some day when you are turning over tin; r> lies of the pas , I shall hava passed away forever, and the cold white stone will be keeping its loneh watch over the lips you have so often pressed, and tiie sod will be growing green that shall hide forever from youi •tight the dust of one w!io has so often nestled close to your warm heart. For nany long and si epL-ss nights, when ill beside my thoughts was at rest, 1 have wrestled with the con<eiousncs of approaching ...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 29 June 1861

Administrator's Notice. 'Estate of John I. iwson, deceased. NOTICE is h-re'iy qiren h'l the undersigned, A Iministrator of the above tinned estate, to the creditor* of, anl ill person* hacing claims ■a/fiintt sniil dcczaied, to exhibit the same with i the nrcess try vouchers within ten months from , the first publication of this notice, to the undersii/nt I, at his rcsidawe, at San M tteo, in San Mateo Count;/. P. F. WEST, Adm'r, I)Med at Sun Rtf.tel, June 2'lnd 1801. 3f ttorici:. Estate of Wm. T. l'arkcr, d:'cea->cd. Notice is hereby given by the undersigned 1 administrator of the above named estate, to the creditors of, and all p.-rsons having claims against said deceased, to exhibit the sam?, with the n ."ce.ssary vouchers within 10 months from the first publication of this notice, to 1 Ike aadcrsigned. at his residence in SSn Rafael. JAMES M. HARRIS, Adm'r.* Dated San llafacl, Marin Co. May 31st 1801. rlnllCt iworicfi. In the matter of ths E state of G jo. D. ) ! Stre...

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gfciriit Count!) Journal. RAFAEL, JUNE 29. incaecs -u—- ggg CTJII AGHJN'IS. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 29 June 1861

gfciriit Count!) Journal. RAFAEL, JUNE 29. incaecs -u—- ggg CTJII AGHJN'IS. Tiio'« Bavsit, «rn?r of Wuhinj'on aad ( n'gJTinrystriJ's San Fran.'Wco. H. T. Ijsei, Nova'o. ' Rtcttvi? Mviee, Ni;uio. E. Lbvv, 1 Obnai. CP*Z)jsrßicr Court. —Tuc District Court of ths 7th Judicial District, will commence its July Term for Marin County, on Mond.iy next. The Calendar, as will be seen in another column, is unusually Urg -1 . The two casps ol Chick an:l Wittenbtrg, who arc to b: tried for murder. will probably occupy the time of the Court, nearly a week. The eases of Touchard and others, v*. the settlors on th 1J olso de Tomales Rincho, bids fxir t j be 0:1? of those troublesome lan 1 titles that continue to imped? the d;v and progress of California. The settlers on this Rancho, entered upn the land in pool faith, with every reason to believe it 11 be public d vniin, to which our Government invites all, desiring homes, to take possession of and improve for their own and the public rdoJ. After sp...

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Caleadar for tlis, July Term, i District Corny, 7ru Jud. Dxs't. ) Criminal Calender. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 29 June 1861

Caleadar for tlis, July Term, i District Corny, 7ru Jud. Dxs't. ) Criminal Calender. People vs A. P. Chick.—Murder. •• • vs P. Wittenburg, 44 Equity Calender. W. Skidmore, i J. Reynolds, vs :• Demurer. Martin Pjrcz, ex'r. ; \V. H. Clark. I'edro Sui9 » T. 11. Hanson, vs , Demurer. Fuan Pcralta, ) J. 11. Haralson. John Sime, i Glassell di Stow, vs > Demurrer. 'I. P. llepburn,ct al ) Hepburn & Co. H. W. Halleck | Northrop & Hanson vs > Answer. Van Holland et al F J. 11. Haralson, j Shafter | Shafter and Hydenfelt, ' vs [> Answer. j Garcia * T. 11. Hanson. 11. W. Halleck | Hanson, vs ' Answer. | Kennedy ct al. ) Haralson & Brosnan. Ygnacio Pocheco, | Hanson, vs / Ejectment. Levin Hubbard, ) L. Collins, iJ. D. Colton, vs / Demurrer. It. More et al J Southard ic Pearce. Jury Calender. D Jong ds Sweetzcr \ Shafter f Hydenfcl vs :• Ejectment. I.T. Van Holland. ) E. \V. F. {"'loan. | IX-long & 'wectzer i Shafter...

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FKOM THE EASf. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 29 June 1861

FKOM THE EASf. — i A military school has bean opened at the University of Virginia. The Alabama Hangers at Richmond are armed with Mississippi rifles and bowie knives. There are over 7 j,ODO sporting rifles in the hands of private parties ia Tennessee. Two hundred thousand dollars worth I of beef were purchased at Louisville for j the Confederate army. W. K. Sebastian, late U. S. Senator from Arkansas, is Captain of a military company now drilling at Helena. Ex-Gov. Wise's partisan legion is to comprise cavalry and infantry, and they are to be armed with all sorts of weapons. Col. Hazard, the powder maker of Conn, has presented Colt's Rifle Regiment with powder tj make 50,000 cartridges. (Jen. Buckner. of the Kentucky State Guard, has ordered all the soldiers under his command to swear fidelity to the United States. The Governor of Deleware refuses to convene the Legislature; some men being opposed to appropriating anything to equip m':n to sustain the Government. Lovejoy, of 111. h...

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Union Democratic Convention. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 29 June 1861

Union Democratic Convention. i A Union Democratic Convention was held .at the Court House in San llafiu-1, on SaturI day the *22nd day of June, 1801, in pursuance of the call of the S'ate Central Committee, for the purpose of electing six delegate* !to the Union Dc-moera ic Convention to be convened at the city of Sacramento, July 4th I next. | The meeting was called to ord"r by F.: H. |P <meroy, osq., Chairman of the Democratic 1 County Central Committee. J Upon motion, Timo-hy Mahon was chosen j chairman, and Dartiel T. Taylor, secretary. | A committee of one from each precinct ■ was then chosen on credentials. The Committee reported delegates in attendance from the following precincts : San Rafael, Marin City, Corte Madera, California City, Bolinas, Berry, Squatterville, Tomales and San Antonio. The Convention then proceeded to the election of six delegates to the State Union Demj ocratic Convention, which resulted in the election of the following gentlemen, viz: T. Ma...

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Trial Jury. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 29 June 1861

Trial Jury. Tiie following named g'jn'lemen compose the Trial Jury, for the Jul}-Term of the District Court; t U. M. Gordon, Hcnjr Abies, Wm. L. Dodge, Joseph Erringt<>n,. J. M. Hurke, Wm. T. Ramsey,; l\ J. Davis, Valerius Halter, S. W. I'rcble, Charles Roberts. J. 11. Herry, X. Crowlev, J. L. Rlak •, J. Clark, ' C. LEs»«y, J. Woodward, I J. I). W. Robinson, J. W: Howman, (i. W. Myriek, Wm. liuc'.laad, llobert Bailey, / lex. Marshall, I'hos. McCune, S. Vassar. Ki). Joru.s Ai.. —"ilj that is without »in, let him ca<t the s'one." Where is that boasted reform tha* "Grampus" >o vaunringIv parad ■< bt.'fore the public? Of what data iocs he alludj to as frequenting the saloons? Is it the juvenile, or the man advanced in years? If the argus eyes of "Grampus" ere less blinded by prejudice and egotism, he would see that all ofhu loud protestations j ire as fruitless as his efforts, in trying to set j bounds to the limits of gentlemen, wh...

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Proclamation. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 29 June 1861

Proclamation. Whereas, Oar cousin, Victoria, of Great Britain, has issued her royal (proclamation, forbidding all her subIjccts within our Empire of the United States of America, irom interfering in our political difficulties, and fearing that said proclamation might be miaun* derstood by our £ood and loyal subject*, and considering that the English char, acter is generally straightforward and honest. Now,l here fore, We command aU and every person within our dominions to act towards the English, and all well conducted foreigners, in their business relations and otherwise, as our honored guests and friends, and we forbid any fjroscrifition, outrage or wrong.to any and all persons whosoever, except under our Imperial Edict, first published in our official organ. Given under our hand and seal, at San Franciaco, California, 2?d June, 1861. Nobtox I, Emperor.

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Odds and finds. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 29 June 1861

Odds and finds. The British steamer Tartar, sailed on the 21st, with $125,000 in specie.! The shipment of flour and wheat, of last year's crop, from San Francisco, amounts in value, up to this time to 83,668,883. W. E. Carder, of Sonora, knocked a miner on the head with a pistol, and broke his skull. A Zouave company, composed of fire-* men, are being organised in Marysville. Chas. L. Scott, cx-congressman from California, is l ieutenant-Colonel in the 4th Regiment Alabama Volunteers. Mrs. Fremont has presented a lot of land, to be selected either in Mariposa or Bear Valley, for a Catholic Church. R. C. Flouriiy has been presented with a beautiful ir&nwood cane, with a gold head, by his Democratic friends of I'etaluma. Humboldt Bay papers of the 15th inst., state that Lieut. Collins' troops bad killed 65 Indians, besides wounding a number. Drixo Word*.—An old forty-niner died recently in Mariposa, whose last words were—"my bung's out." They were considered singularly app...

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