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Meeting of the Courts. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 30 March 1861

Meeting of the Courts. DISTRICT COURT, jtfc Judicial District. llon. K. A\ ; . McKimhtht, Judge. Meet* pn the Ist Monday in Murch, July and November. COURT OF SESSION'S; R. B. Fbim*, Jlidge; James T. Stocker, Paul Figaro Associates. Meets on the Ist Monday iu Feb'y., May, August and November. CQT-NTY COURT AND PROBATE COURT. Meets }it the same tiiue a# Court qf Sessions. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS.—Meeta on the Ist Monday in Feb'y., Muy, August and Novembu.

Publication Title: Marin Journal
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County Officers. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 30 March 1861

County Officers. j County Judge.—Hon. K. B. EIUNK. Sheriff.—VAL. D. DOUB. Deputy do.—James M. linrru. District Att'y.—JXO. 11. lIARAI.SQ)( County Clerk.—DAN'L. T. TAYLOR. Deputy do.—S. Bolivau lUkki*. Treasurer.—THOS. », HAN'SOIf. Surveyor.—A. D. EASKOQT. Assessor.—J. B. JACOBS. Coroner. —T. K. WATSON. Sup't. of Schools.—T. J. ABLKS. Bonrd of Supervisor*.— DIXGIf D. OLDS, J. W. VUFFDJGfOS» ;

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 30 March 1861

Divine Service. Thf. Rev 11. GILBERT, will preach on to-morrow, March 31ft, at 2 o'clock P. M., and at 7 1-2 o'clock, P* M, m 23 —It INFORMATION WANTED OF SIMON C, IHISII, who, when last' heard from, was keeping and herding cat- ' tie in Marin county. Any information of him will be thankfully received by his friends. Please notify J, I). ARTHUR & SON, m 23—2 m ' Sun Francisco. jkn Stoforl Co's., GENERAL OFFICE, AT THE MARIN I{OTEL. W, 1,. HAHNWni), } e. h. I'OMUHOY, > Proprietors, JAMES ALI.ISOX. 3 Stages leave daily for San Quentin, connecting with the Pctaluma and San Francisco steamers; and returning, leave San Quintin upon the arrival of the steamers frpm San Francisco. The Company are prepared to furnish the public with Carriages, Buggies, AND SADDLE HORSES at reasonable rates. attention paid to HORSES on livery. E. 11. POMEIIOY, Ag't. m 20 —tf -—!r DeGRANDMONT & CHARRON, VETINAIIY SURGEONS AND BLACKSMITHS. All work entrusted to our care will ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 30 March 1861

FOR SALE. The Subscribers offers for sale their entire stock of lorsts, starts £■ Colts. | about GO in nvpnher, tame as 4 wild.; amongst them are a number of good SADDLE HORSES. They will he sold at private sale I and at low cash prices. j m "43 ti J, O. B. & J. SHORT. THE WELL KNOWN BLACK HORSE S Y D N E Y,^ Owned by Switzer & De Long, will stand at ~SAN RAFAEL, from Saturday noon until I Monday noon every week. Commencing the tirpt Saturday in April. TEN DOLLARS. m a3^=tf, THE FBENCH STALLION IRON WORKS. THIS horse will stand the present r season, in SAN RAFAEL, at the stable of BARNARD & CO'Y., commencing on the Ist day of April, and ending July Ist. j tho season, 15,00. JOEL MERCHANT, ni 23—tj Proprietor. F. X. EAST. Agent of A. SEIBERLICII, $ (t j t Ir a c MANUFACTURER, of Philadelphia, Warehouse, 211 California st. below Battery. SAX FRANCISCO. Constantly on liahd, a large assorted stock of (ientlemens. Ladies', Misses and Children's Wear, o...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 30 March 1861

SANDS' SARSAPARILLA. NATURE'S TRUE RESTORATIVE. The Best, Safest, and IHurcst s Tonic and Alternative ever {prepared. It is recommended by the leading medical authorities und it highly approved by ull who have tried it. Dclicatc ladies find it a l>erftxl restorative; and persons who lead a sedentary life will find their nervous and general system strengthened by its uss. The great object qf this medicine is— FIRST.—To purify the sybtem of all morbid matter, and impart to the blood such properties i»s to make it pew,: puae and rich. SECOND —To cleanse the stqmach apct bowels of acrid humors, acidity, and all mucous patter, which cause so mfcny and fatal diseases, TIjrRD.—To soften and relieve "stricture of the skin, and thus establish a healthy and natural flow of the " insensible perspiration." FOURTH.—To impart tone and strenth to the digestive organs, and give (jreut vigor and vitality to all the organs of the body, FIFTH, WTo eradicate all diseased, impure, and poisono...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 30 March 1861

W, WILLIAMS, WITH p.n^ugiß, DEALER IN IfU. §00ts II No. 102 Commercial Street, I BETWEEN SAN SOME A LEIDSDORPP, BAN FRANCISGO. '! m 2- —3iu i j Reynolds, Howell & Fore}, Commission BTtrt bants, | 77 AM) 7'J DA VIS HVIiEET in '23—ly SAN FRANCISCO. Look Here! Look Here!{ I A that'no Landlord can tftjr ! it at el A (Jhqllenge that none, ran j accrptl A movement that makes tvrrij ! Hotel Kcnjivr look sick, unless he fql- ) Inu\s suit!! j TO PACIFIC I Cmprrantf |jonsf! Nos. 35 & 37 Pacific Srreet, j between Dsivis UtkJ Front st#. Snn Francisco Thfl greatest triumph of the day! THE CHEAPEST RESPECTABLE ! * HOTEL IN THE STATE! | The policy of the proprietor, W. F. MeI A LESTER, entirely successful. Com-; l«"tion completely distunccd !!! Tha 1 "boldest stroke of the time—the yreut reduction of Board! - LOOK AT THE PRICES! I Which strike terror to the licnrts of many landlords. Board per week, 3,00 dollars! Meals, twenty-five cents.! Lodging per 1,00,. Tha proprietor ...

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(JIRL WITH THE CALICO DRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 30 March 1861

(JIRL WITH THE CALICO DRESS. Ulariu Counig $onroalJ , MABCH 30. A fig for your upper ten girls, "With their velvets, and satins and laces, Their diamonds and rubies aud pearls, And their milliner figures and faces; TbOfnuy shine at a party or ball, Emblazoned with half they Eut give me in place of them all, My girl with the calico dress. She is plump as apatridge, and fair As.-a rOse in its earliest bloom; Her teeth will with ivory compare, And her breath with the clover perfume; Her step is as free and as light, As a fawn whom the hunters hard press, And her eye is as soft and as bright— My girl with the calico dress. You dandies and foplings may sneer, At her simple and modest attire, But the ehanoe she admits to apear, "Would set a whole iceberg on fire! She can dance, but she never allows The hugging, the squeeze and cares; She is saving all those for her spouse— My girl with the calico dress. She is cheerful, warm-hearted and true, And kind to her father and mother, She studies...

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A Played Out Nuisance. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 30 March 1861

A Played Out Nuisance. Tmbhr surprise parties are a nuisance and a bore. A few young chaps who have no brains, no manners, no politeness, no good breeding, get together, and inviting a few partners, start off to the residence of some respectable person, ring at the door, walk in and play the devil generally. When you sec such crowds, look out for them. If a man wants his house occupied by others than his family, he will doubtless extend invitations. If he wants his carpets soiled, danccd on and tore up—his furniture kicked about, its no m6rc than polite to let him say when, v JS« matter whether a family or well—ready to receive company or not, wishing to retire or set up, they must set up they mast«ubrait to the nuisance, have cold victuals strewn from one room to another— themselves put to inconvcnicncc and annoyance, just because some oddle-pated simpleton thinks he will get up something cunning. If a man wants his friends to icali on him, let him inyite them. Some people may not ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 30 March 1861

£an Safari Institute V AND BOARDING SCHOOL. Under the charge of the Rev H. Gildert. Miss JULIA C. GILBERT, Principal The first Session will commence in January—to continue 4 months. The Sccond Session will commence in the middle of May, and continue 3 1-2 months. The Third Session will commence on the 15th of September, anc' continue until Nov. 30th. TERMS. Board and Washing, per month 20,00 Tuition, in Primary Department 3,00 Higher English, 4,00 Ancient and Modem Languages, extra 2,00 Music, instrumental with use of Piano 8,00 Drawing, 3,00 Scholars will find ample ac- , commodations in the Institute Building with the teacher, and be provided with well furnished Rooms. This Institute commands a fine view of the bay of San Francisco, and is situated in one of the most delightful valleys in the ! state. m 23—tf [ 1 ; CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS AC. NE W STYLES AT LOW PRICES. ' OA A PIECES OF VELVET AND f OUU BRUSSELS CARPETS. ) 100 pieces 3 PLY Carpets. 200 OIL CLOTHS. | —ALSO— PAPER HANGIN...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 30 March 1861

SANDS' SABSAPABILIiA. NATURE'S TRUE BESTORATTVE. . The Best, Safest, and Purest Tonic and Altematire ever [prepared. It is recommended by the leading medical authorities and it highly approved by all who have tried it. Delidte ladies find it a perfect restorative; and pewons who lead a *•- dentary life will find theit nervous and general system strengthened by its uss. The great object of this medicine is— FIRST. —To purify the »ystem of all morbid matter, and impart to the blood Buoh properties as to make it new, puae and rich. SECOND.—To cleanse the stomach and bowels of acrid humors, aridity, and all mucous matter, which cause, to many and fatal diseases. THIBD.—To soften aat relieve Stricture of the skin, and thv establish a healthy and naturaMoirofthe " insensible perspiration." FOURTH.—To impart fene and strenth to the digestive orgav, and give great vigor and vitality to ill the organs of the body, FIFTH.—To eradicate all diseased, impure, and poisonous particks from the bloo...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 6 April 1861

THE MARIN COUNTY JOURNAL. VOL. 1. NO. 3 SAN RAFAEL, MARIN CO'Y., CAL. SATURDAY, APRIL 6, 1861.

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County Officers. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 6 April 1861

County Officers. County Judge.—Hon. R. B. FRINK. Sheriff. —VAL. D. DOUB. do.—James M. Harris. District Att'y.—JNO. H. HARALSON ■County Clerk.—DAN'L. T. TAYLOR. Deputy do.—S. Bolivar Harris. Treasurer.—THOS. I. HANSON. Surveyor.—A. D. EA.SKOOT. Assessor.—J. BL JACOBS. Coroner.—T. K. WATSON. Sup't. of School*. —T. J. ABLES. Board of Supervisors. —JAS. DIXON D- OLDS, J. W. BUFFINGTON.

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®riginal. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 6 April 1861

®riginal. For the "Journal." FANCIES. BY REXA. When the dim twilight shadows Fling round us a veil, And the song of the night-birds Swell out on the gale; When the stars, —far more bright Than the gems in a crown— And the goddess of Night - ' Send their radiance down ; WhenalJ Nature's beauties, Are softened by.gloom, And the roses are known Only by their perfume; Then, atrange dreamy fancies Flit by on the breeze, And the wind as it sighs Thro' the tall forest trees, Whispers tales of a home In a far sunny land, Where Sorrow and Love, Never walk hand in hand. Ah! such dreams how they haunt us, How they fling 'round the heart, Their strange, weird spells, With a sorcerer's art. For the •' Journal."

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A Chapter of Occult History. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 6 April 1861

A Chapter of Occult History. A very curious, if not extraordinary case, has recently come to light, and is now engaging the attention of the courts in Great Britain. We condense the facts, and present the principal points to our readers. The title of the suit is "Ryves vs The Attorney General." To the American reader it I can be important only as a gem in English History, probably surpressed intentionally by the historians of that country, and because it lifts a corner of the veil that conceals the pool of royal profligacy which characterized the period in which the events occurred. The facts &fe as follows: Lavina Janette Horton Ryves, (such is the fair plaintiff's name,) filed her petition in the Court of Ordinary, claiming to be Princess of Cumberland and of Lancaster, as the granddaughter and lineal representative in the female line of his royal highness, Henry Frederick Duke of Cumberland, who died intestate in the year 1790.— It appears that on the 4th day of March...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 6 April 1861

Carirs. DAN'L T. TAYLOR, Notary Public 4 Conyeyancer. , DEEDS, MORTGAGES, LEASES, POWER OF ATTORNEY, And all -other LEGAL DOCUMENTS, drawn with dispatch. DEPOSITIONS taken to be used in aH the Courts of this State. Examiner of Deeds and SEARCHER OF RECORDB. been familiar with the titles of REAL ESTATE in this county since 1850. Clerk's Office, San RafacL m 23 6m JNO. H. HARALSON, ATTORNEY AT I^W, SAN RAFAEL, MARIN CO. march 23—ly * THOS. H. HANSON, at f ato, AND NOTARY PUBLIC, SAN RAFAEL, MARIN CO. . m 23 tf CAL. ' "" 0 Charles P. Robbins, Importer and Dealer in TYPE, PRESSES, Printing Material, Inks, Card Stock. Nos. 11l and 113 Clay Street, m 23—ly BAN FRANCISCO. PAINTER & CO. Ijy&J jjjj Practical Printers and Dealers in |K# Type, Presses, Printing rSnr • Materials, Ink, Paper, Cards, de. 510 Clay Btreet, above Sansome, *• * ) BAN FRANCISCO. »• *• S OrOffices fitted out with T. ». FAINTS*. ) dispatch. march 23—ly mrOBMATtON WANTED ** ti, Mid herding oatp z^...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 6 April 1861

San Rafael Institute AND BOARDING SCHOOL. Under the charge of the Rev H. Gilbert. Miss JULIA C. GILBERT, Principal The first Session will commence in January—to continue 4 months. The Second Session will commence Li the middle of May, and continue 3 1-2 months. The Third Session will commence on the 16th of September, anc'continue until Nov. 30th. TERMS. Board and Washing, per month 20,00 Tuition, in Primary Department 3,00 Higher English, 4,00 Ancient and Modem Languages, extra 2,00 Music, instrumental with use of Piano 8,00 Drawing, 3,00 Boarding Scholars will find ample accommodations in the Institute Building with the teacher, and be provided with well furnished Rooms. This Institute commands a fine view of the bay of San Francisco, and is situated in one of the most delightful valleys in the state. m 23—tf W. WILLIAMS, WITH D. HAUSER, DEALER IN PfJ. loots & Sbofs, No. 102 Commercial Street, BETWEEN SANSO ME & LEIDSDORFF. SAN FRANCISCO. m23—3m Reynolds, H...

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OUR AGENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 6 April 1861

OUR AGENTS. IMk (lapmiiir Jojtvnal. Thos. Boyce, comer of W ashington and Montgomery streets, San Francisco. H. T. Jones, Novato. Secession Movement. — We are informed that a petition has been transmitted to the Hon. W. Ross, member of Assembly from Sonoma county, and was signed by a few citizens of Marin county, asking the Legislature of this State to change the boundary line now established between said counties, so as to include a large strip of territory, belonging to Marin county within the borders of Sonoma county. We think that there is no necessity for such a step, and would suggest to our worthy member Mr. Gordon, that he take such steps as would prevent the consummation of such an act. The territory in question belongs to us, and we do not see any reason why we should be deprived of it. If the residents in that locality desire to live under the jurisdiction of Sonoma county, why then let them move over the line. Sale of Cattle. — On Tuesday last, J. F. M'Cauley, agent for ...

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