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"lUarm Comitg Jonrnal, ■ [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 13 July 1861

"lUarm Comitg Jonrnal, ■ A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER Devoted to Foreign and Domestic News, Literature, Agriculture, and the Interests of Marin County, 'PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BY * JEROME A. BARNEY. TERMS. 1 ■Subscription for 1 year 5 00 « 6 mos. 300 j " 3 mos. 1 60 cyAdvertisements inserted at the following rates, 1 square of 12 lines qr less, 2 00; each in- ] sertion thereafter 1 00 will be charged. tyA liberal discount made to yearly ad- ] vertisers.

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Meeting of the Courts. i] [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 13 July 1861

Meeting of the Courts. i ] DISTRICT COURT, 7th Judicial District, j Hox. E. W. McKixstiiy, Judge. Meets on the Ist Monday in March, July and November. COURT OF SESSIONS; R. B. Frisk, j Judge; James T.Stocker,l'aul Figueras Associates. * Meets on the Ist Monday iu Feb'y., May, August and November. COUNTY COURT AND PROBATE COURT. Meets at the same time as Court •of Sessions. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS.—Meetsj on the Ist Monday in Feb'y., May, August 1 »nd November.

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County Officers. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 13 July 1861

County Officers. County Judge.—Hon. R. B. FRINK. Sheriff.—YAL. D. DOUB. Deputy do.—James M. Harris. District Att'y.—JNO. 11. HARALSON County Clerk.—DAN'L. T. TAYLOR. Deputy do.—S. Bolivar Harris. Treasurer.—THOS. H. HANSON. Surveyor.—A. D. EASTvOOT. Assessor.—J. B. JACOBS. Coroner. —T. K. WATSON. Sup't. of Schools.—T. J. ABLES. Board of Supervisors.—JAS. DIXON D. OLDS, J. W. BUFFINGTON.

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& t If tit it. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 13 July 1861

& t If tit it. The Great Magician. BY JOHN O. BAXB. Ecce iterum Figvlts !• Once, when a lad, it .was my hap To gain my mother's kind permission. To go and see a foreign chap "Who called himself 'The Great Magician;' I recollect his wondrous skill In divers mystic conjurations, And how the fellow wrought at will The most prodigious transformations. I recollect the nervous man Within whose hat the great deceiver Broke eggs, as in a frying pan, And took 'em smoking from the beaver! I recollect the lady's shawl Which the magician rent asundef, •* And then restored; but best of all I recollect the Ribbon-Wonder! . I mean, of course, the funny freak In which the wizard, at his pleasure, Spins lots of ribbons from his cheek, (Where he had hid 'em at his leisure,) Yard after yard, of every hue, I Come blazing out, and still the fellow Keeps spinning ribbons, rci and blue, Black and white, and green and yellow! ; I ne'er shall sec another show I To rank with the immortal "Potter'...

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A REAL GHOST STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 13 July 1861

A REAL GHOST STORY. BY DR. S. COMPTOK SMITH. Some thirty years ago the interior ( counties of the State of New York, particularly those along the Erie Canal, were infested by an organized gang of thieves and robbers, whose head-quar- '; ters was supposed to be in the City of : New York. Their operations were not f confined to the Empire State, for there abundant evidences that they extended through to the Western States and even to Canada. It was supposed that there were among these rascals warehousemen, ca- , nal-boatmen, and ethers engaged in the , j forwarding trade of the canal, for scarcely a cargo of merchandize arrived at its 'l destination along that great artery of ,! commerce, from which one or more pac- ■ kages of goods had not been abstracted. 1 These losses, of course, had to be made good to the owners by the transportation line to which the boats respectively belonged, while it was useless to attempt to tracc up the thefts to their sources. liesides those employed on t...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 13 July 1861

f rofrsstonal fobs. DAN'L T. TAYLOR, Public & Conveyancer. DEEDS, MORTGAGES, LEASES, POWER OF ATTORNEY, And all other LEGAL DOCUMENTS, ■drawn with dispatch. DEPOSITIONS taken to be used in all the Courts of this State. Examiner of Deeds and SEARCHER OF RECORDS. been familiar with the titles of REAL ESTATE in this county since 18.30. Clerk's Office, San Rafael. m 23 6m JNOTH. HARALSON, ATTORNEY AT LAW, SAN RAFAEL, MARIN CO. march 23 —ly THOST 11. HANSON. 3itonifu at fato, wo —' ' AND NOTARY PUBLIC, SAN RAFAEL, MARIN CO. xa 23 tf CAL. S. F. & J. REYNOLDS, Attorneys at Law, Nos. « & 7 METROPOLITAN BOCK, N. W. Corner ef Montgomery and Washington streets. S.-lxV FRANCISCO 37 6—tf SELLING OUT AT COST!! THE undersigned hwing determined to close out the entire STOCK OF GOODS now on hand, respcctfullv informs his friend.' and the public, that in order to facilitate that object, he will sell at prices worthy their attention. CALL AND SEE—thenjudgeil there a...

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||t:irin (Co until |o»rnalJ [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 13 July 1861

||t:irin (Co until |o»rnalJ Advertisers will please hand in their advancements by Friday morning, to insure insertion in Saturday's issue of the Journul. Correspondence is solicited from this tind aiioining counties, to which due attention will b; given. No'.icei of Births, Marriagoc and Deaths i inserted free of charge.

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OUR AGENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 13 July 1861

OUR AGENTS. Titos. Hoyce, ornT of Washington and l Mon*:gom?ry strc?N, San Francisco. H. T. Jones, Novato. Rtcnvtin Nicasio. E. Lew, Obma.

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SAN RAFAEL, JULY 13. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 13 July 1861

SAN RAFAEL, JULY 13. PTThe news by the last pony is very meagre—no collision of any consequence had taken place, anil the skirmishes at the outposts were bloodless, and of no consequence to fhe grand movement. The anxiety to hear from the seat of war at this time is very great, on lccount of the expectation of a heavy battle to be fought at an early day.— Scott, however will not be hurried into a premature battle, as such moves are always accompanied with almost certain defeat. AVe think that he will simply provide for the defence of Washington, and risk no engagement until he has concentrated every element that will j insure success. The Douglass wing of the Democra-i cy of this state have selected for their' candidate for Governor," the lion. John; Conness. Whether he will prove acceptably or not to the democracy at largj, time will tell; but there is one feature that will operate heavily against j him—his kno-.vn views in regard to the 1 Bulkhead question. We think, it strange; w...

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i' United State 3 Troops. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 13 July 1861

i' United State 3 Troops. The Union cnntains the following j i interesting army statistics: 1 On south side of the Potomac, Alex- j andria, etc., 17,500 men. Washington, etc., 17,000 men. Fortress Monroe, etc., 12,000. I . Troops leaving Washington for Har-' Iper's Ferty, etc.. 6,000. ; Pennsylvania, in the neighborhood of ; ! Harper's Ferry, 20,000 1 Cincinatti and Western Virginia, 25,-i ,000. ' Cairo, 7,000. ,! Missouri, near Cairo, 12,000. Annapolis, 11,000. Troots in Camp.—State ofN. York, 30,000; Philadelphia, 9,000; Massachusetts, 7,000; Connecticut, 2,500; Rhode' [island, 800: Vermont, 800; Maine, 2,- • I 500; New Hampshire, 3,000; Michigan, 4,000: Illinois, 10,000; Indiana, | 10,000; lowa, 3,500; Wisconsin, 8,000; Minnesota, 2,000; Kansas, 2,000; Camp ! Olden, etc., New Jersey, 5,000 —Total, ! 225,600. 'I From tiie New Mines.—We have 1 been shown two letters from Judge • Harrison, written from Honey Lake' 'i Valley. The Judge was to leave forj the Humboldt on Sunday last. H...

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From Sacramento. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 13 July 1861

From Sacramento. The following are nominations made by the Douglass Convention: 1 , For Governor. —John Conness. Lieut. Governor. —Richard Irwin. 1 Congress.—Henry Edgerton, Jos. C. Me-, Kibbsn. 1 Supreme Court. —1). C. Whitman, j Clerk. —Gw'o. S. Evans. j Attorney General.—G. \V. Bowie, j Treasurer.—J. T. Landrum. \ Comptroller.—J. E. Nuttman. Surveyor General.—J. J. Gardiner. ' State Printer.—John It. ltidgs.

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From Now Mexico. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 13 July 1861

From Now Mexico. ; A dispatch dated Independence, Mo. j June 2-lth,has the following intelligence j from New Mexico: The Santa Fe and Canon City Express ar-| rived last night, two days ahead of time.— j 1 Col. J. H. Grayson has been ordered to re-1 p'.'.irto "Washington, and would leave in a | weak via the Southern route. Dr. W. S. King, of the medical depart-; ment, camc in as a passenger by the stage to j 1 report himself at Washington. ij The armistice entered into between the' 1 ; Government and the Camanchcs, on the 13th j of May last, has again been broken by the; latter. 1 ; Officers of the army continue to resign,! I and are leaving via the Southern route, ij -w j M.vj. Ge>*. Dix.—"ChingFoo," the! jN. Y. correspondent of the Union, wri-> tins under date of June 18, says: ! "Let us finish this military branch of bus-; I iness with a piece of news which rises into a! higher region, and carries unalloyed pleasure 1 with it to every well-wisher of his count...

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! Tho Democratic Platform. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 13 July 1861

! Tho Democratic Platform. I The resolutions adopted by the Union l Democrajil Convention, affirms' that the j Democratic party has ever been the party of j fealty to free Government, and fraternal devotion to the rights of the States of. the Union j I and of unwavering fidelity to the laws, thei j Constitution, the Union and the country,; ready to maintain them by all propor meanland at every sacrifice; and aiserts that the | present war is one foreed upon theGovern-i imentbythe South, without justification— ' that indifference in resisting the Soath is impossible to the patriot, and that neutrality is ' cowardice; pledges California to faithful ad-: ,; herence to the Government; disowns all intention to revive partizan issues, and denounces all who may attempt to do so in the crisis: declares that the paramount nllegianee of the , citizen is to the Federal Government and that , Secession is a dangerous heresy; that coercive ! power is a necessary attribute of Govern-i ! ment, and ...

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EASTERN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 13 July 1861

EASTERN NEWS. New York, June 23.—5. Tcrrebona of Baltimore has been held to bail in 820,000 for treason. He is charged with placing obstructions across, tke railroad track 011 the 19th of April Information has been received stating that it was the intention of Beauregard to advance on the Federal lines. The Government is satisfied of this. It has been ascertained that an extensive spy system is in operation for the benefit of the rebels. Letters have been sent daily, from Washington, to (the South by persons who are here toI day to watch the operations of the Gov- ! crnment. j Com. Vanderbilt has offered to the I Government the steamer Vanderbilt at ■ a fair valuation. A naval expedition of much magni- : tude will soon start out to operate on 1 the coast, consisting of war vesseVs and transports, carrying munitions for men--1 of-war. i Fort Monroe, June 23.—Butler was ! this morning at Newport News, whence jno movement of importance was repor- ! ted. It is said that the present avai...

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gtlavht Conntij Journal.1. SAN RAFAEL, JULY 13. |< [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 13 July 1861

gtlavht Conntij Journal. 1 . SAN RAFAEL, JULY 13. |&amp;lt; will state for the benefit of ] somebody that "we" publish the Jour- 1 nal, and intend to continue it if we have to board at the market-house and sleep in a store-box to effect it. We do not 1 ] know why somebody should let hisji tongue run so wild in regard to the 1 "Journal," when, taking into consideration the fact that it has not cost himj; the "first su-maw-kee" towards main-i taining it. Probably it is because we will not uphold the views of this grand "three tail Bashaw." We work hard in trying to make an honest living andj, inconvenience ourselves in a great measure to effect our object, and yet this "Great Mogul*' has run away with the idea that because we publish a journal we should be ot the beck and call of every rag-tag-and-bob-tail in the com- 1 munity. We are our own masters, and 1 as long as we don't touch "somebody's" , pocket (?) or feelings (?) we desire to be allowed to pursue our own course un-, mol...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 13 July 1861

COMMERCIAL. Sj4N FIUXCISCO PRICES. Friday Evening, July 12th Flour, 8G 75'a&amp;gt;7 00 Wheat, 1 90 '|Baiii.e y, 87&amp;lt;a)l 00 Oats, 1 00ft) I 25 ! Bit ax, 15 OOfa/lG 00 : Cohn, 1 37ft 1 50 {Beans, sft)Bc Potatoes, 1 00ft&amp;gt;l 25 ! Onions, lftl^c Gunny Bags, 17ft)20c ißunteb, California, 22'5)33c u Oregon, 16ft&amp;gt;25 " Isthmus, 35ft&amp;gt;37£ !Cheese, California, 12£ft)15 Bacon IVwl5 Hams, California, 1 (ift 1 7 IPokk, 22 50ftr23 50 J Hay, 10 00ft;l2 00

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SPECIAL NOTICES. I [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 13 July 1861

SPECIAL NOTICES. I | Clove AVodtnk Tcothach* Dhops.—| ■ The excruciating torment of tootbacb* pan be [ speedily relieved by thia delightful remedv, J without fear or injuring the gum* or teeth J Eminent Dentists *ay they use it daily in i .their practice, and that it ha 4 enabled them 1 Ito preserve many valuable teeth that must ; Other wue have been drawn. Try it your-: self and recommend it to others. j29 lm Vermont's Combined Reaper and Mow-| ,'er.—KnJ:pp, Burrell &amp;amp; Co., No. 310 (old 80) j i Washington At. San Francisco, advertize in i ] another column this machine, which is fast j !snperceeding everything in its line in the! stAte. Its elfeven points of superiority overj 1 other macqinea are duly set forth. The agent; j will forfeit the price of any machine if they j I are not as claimed. i

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Ulavvifii. | [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 13 July 1861

Ulavvifii. | j In San Francisco, July 4th, Capt. A. D. ■ j Exskoot to Amelia L. Dumas, both of this fj county.

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