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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 13 July 1861

ELECTION NOTICES. . FOR COUNTY JUDGE? I present myself a* an INDEPENDENT ,Candidate for the office of County Judge of Marin County, at the ennuing General 1 Election in September next. The flag I bear is the invincible flag of my Country—the Star* ani> Shrives—34 Stars and 13 ; Stripes, unconditionally. : jy 13 OLIVER IRWIN.

Publication Title: Marin Journal
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 13 July 1861

Divine Service. The Rev 11. GILBERT, will preach on r to-morrow, July 14th, at at 12 o'clock M.,and at San Rafsrel at 7 1-2 0 clock, !'• M. FOUND.— A receipt for $90, in favor of Hiram Cory and Matthew Rcichard,— [ The owner can obtain the same by applying '! at this otfiae. [jy 13 ■j "new livery stable »j AT SAW RAFAEL. JOHN COI/LISTER most respectfully informs his friends and the public that he 1 has opened a !j LIVERY STABLE, . a few doors south of the Court House, and _; would be most happy to accommodate those ■ j desiring anything in his line He assures the 1 public that he can furnish as line turn-outs ■! as can be had in the county. Saddle Horses constantly on JJj+TS . | hand. JIZjL 1 jy 13—tj 1 NOTICE. 1 rpIIF, Democratic Central Committee are -' i. requested to mnet at San Rafael, on SatJurday the 20th of July, at 2 o'clock P. M.— j A full attendance is desired as bu-iness of .'importance will be under consideration. E. H. POMEROY. , j jyl3td Chm'n. Cen. Com. Republican Co...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 13 July 1861

GROVER & BAKER'S FIRST PREMIUM . j NOISELESS FAMILY i r j JSrluing Übrjjiius, I At Greatly Reduccd Prices ! At Greatly Reduced Prices!! At Grsatly Reduced Prices! !! ; 860 AND UPWARD. 860 AND UPWARD. 860 AND UPWARD. : 25 per cent Discount! 25 per cent Discount!! 25 per cent Discount!!! FROM OUR FORMER PRICES. 1 . ! i t! :! The great success attending the intraducI tien of our new style Family Sewing Machines in this State (as in all other-) has fjprompted certain unprincipled and unrelia-j -1 bits parties 1i endeavor to force upon the j f public, certain, so called Cheap Machines, I ! which, either by legal injuuetions or from: ! their own inherent defects, have long since; ' died out in the Eastern States. ! IT IS OUR DETERMINATION -I to twrrit a 'i i\ COOD MACHINE AT A I ; LOW PRICE, I I that the purchaser may, as past in«ta*ccacxj perience in the purchase of the mis-named * "Cheap Sewing Machines," a dear bargain f and a waste of monev. I *; -— ;, THE WORLD WIDE REPUT...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 13 July 1861

$2© REWARD. I I will pay the above reward for information that will lead to the recovery of an American Mare, : about 4 years old, of a light roan /MV |or semi'a color, black mane add tail,' 'r» | star in the forehead, and branded on the left hip with a F ll—the F being within tha H. ] Anv information can b? left at this of&ca. jaG it* H. H. BUTTERFIELD. i&ut Rafael Co's., GENERAL OFFICE, AT THE MARLS' HOTEL. W. J..* HARNARD, e. h. roMKRoY, > Proprietor*. UU£S ALLISON. ) Stages leave daily for San Quen'in, connecting with the Petaluma and San Francisco ; steamers; and returning, leave San Quintin 1 upon the arrival of the steamers from San Francisco, The Company are prepared to furnish th« !public with Carriages, Buggie», AND SADDLE HORSES at reasonable rates, j py Particular attention paid to HOF SES an liver v. E. 11. POMEROY, A/t. m'JO—tf 0 • LINDSEY'S PLACE, SAX RAFAEL. THE ONLY HOUSE IX TOWN 1 WHERE YOU CAN OET A OOOD GLASS OF LIQI O R , Give ...

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,THE VERMONT MOWER i« AND, COMBINED J; Reaper and MiimtUt* I, [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 13 July 1861

,THE VERMONT MOWER i« AND, COMBINED J; Reaper and MiimtUt* I, ~ FOR THE HARVEST OF 1861. |; The.attention of Farmer* U' invited to the Celebrated Vermont Reaper and Mower, which is unsurpassed for SIMPLICITY, Durability convenience and throughneas of work. \ Th 2 high estimation in which this Machine is held by those farmers who have used it,' juititiii the expectation, that, with the late improvements it will become the LEADING MACHINE when its superior qualities are generally known; .Some points of excellence ani peculiar advantage which this Machint has occr others, are asfolloum: Ist. Having the cutter-bar hinged to the frame, so as to adjust itself to uneven surfaces, j 2d Having two driving wheels, if one slips the other does the work. ' , j 3d When the Macninc moves fo the right] or left, the knives are kept inconstant motion by one or other of the wheels. 4th It can be oiled, thrown .in or out of gear without the driver leaving his seat. oth The whole weight of the Machine i...

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Dr. J. C. IOIXCJ, Lite Professor of the UDiversity of Pennsylvania, can be found at hi-> private Medical Office and Hospital, No. 70l Cloy Strut, Opposite the S. W. corner of the Plaza, SAX Fit AN "I SCO. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 13 July 1861

Dr. J. C. IOIXCJ, Lite Professor of the UDiversity of Pennsylvania, can be found at hi-> private Medical Office and Hospital, No. 70l Cloy Strut, Opposite the S. W. corner of the Plaza, SAX Fit AN "I SCO. YKf HERE he can be consulted privately, - \ V and with the utmost confidence by the a'ilicted, atall hours daily, from 'J a. m. to 8 I'. M. U u. Youno addresses those who are suffering 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 ou.vn.vNTHEiNo a criir, iy all cases,whether of long standing or recently contracted, entirely removing the dregs of disease from the! system, and making a perfect and permanent cure. lie would call the attention of the afflicted to the fact of his long standing and well- < irned reputation, furnishing sufficient assu- 1 ranee of his skill and success. . ! Upwards of...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 13 July 1861

W. WILLIAMS, s WITH D . lIA US E It, DEALER IN pfj. $oots£- Sbors, No. 102 Commercial Street, BETWEEN SANSOME& LEIDSDORFF. SAN FRANCISCO. m 23—3 m R. C. CLARK, Justice of the Peace. I Special attention will be puid to drawing! Deed;, Mortgages, Leases, Powers of Attorney, ahirtaking the acknowledgments thereto J »„* Justices of the Peace are authorized by law to take the proof or acknowledgement of every conveyance affecting any real; estate conveyed within their proper county. See Statute, Wood's Digest, p. 100, sec. 4.1 Also, may take and certify the acknowledge-! * nient of a married woman to any such con- 1 vcvance of real estate; Wood's Digest, p 102, sec. 21. Office, Court House Building, San Rafa?l. _ a 20—6»

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 13 July 1861

BLOCK, LEVY & CO., SAN RAFAEL, WOULD respectfully inform the citizens of San Rafucl and ricinity, that they" have on hand, and' are constantly receiving, a full assortment of (itiwral which they will sell at unprecedented low prices, and consisting in part u follows ; •j Coats, Pants, Vests, Shirts, Drawers, Boots,| SHOES, HATS A CAPS And in fact every article suitable for GENTLEMEN'S WEAIt. * , | —ALSO— ;j A FINE'ASSORTMENT OF. j LADIES' GOODS, 11 consisting in part as follows: rj DeLaines, Cashmeres, ' I Merinoes, ! Silks, ,! Shawls, Cloaks, • , Flannels, Linens, Laces, Embroideries, 1 1 Mantillas,' j i Hosiery, &c.. ALSO a chice lot of GROCERIES t FLOUR, SUGAR, \ COFFEE, TEA, SUGAR, SOAP, [ BACON, BAMS, I CANDLES, JAMS, JELLIES, -PIE II FRUIT, DRIED FRUIT, I and in fact every article connected with the | Grocery department. ALSO I | a choice let of > - Cvorkcri) I- gatMuarc, i 1 Hunt's and Collins' Axes, Nails, Locks, [ Uutts, Hinges, Files, etc...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 13 July 1861

L. BARNETT, | .HEIKIIVM TAII.OIt, 1 AND 1 fa x itt| £> tor t ,■ SAN RAFAEL. The best Cigars, Chewing and SMOKING TOBACCO, ' constantly on hand. m23—tf. jsau Safari Institute j AND . ♦ BOARDING SCHOOL. I Under the charge of the Rev 11. Gilbert. i ! Miss JULIA C. GILBERT, Principal j The first Session will commence in J an-1 luary—to continue 4 months. | i The Second Session will commence in the middle of May, and continue 3 1-2 months. The Third Session will commence on the j 15th of September, anc continue until Nov.j 30th. * I TERMS. ! Bof.rd and Washing, per month 20,001 | Tuition, in Primary Department 3,00 Higher English, 4,00: ! Ancient and Modem Languages, extra 2,00 i Music, iustrumental with use of Piano 8,00 ' Drawing, 3,00 I |y Boarding Scholars will find ample ac--1 commodations in the Institute Building with ■the teacher, and be provided with well fur- ' nished Rooms. This Institute commands a fine view of the bay of San Francisco, and is situated in one of th...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 13 July 1861

State of California. In the Justice's Court, San Rafael Township, in and for the County of Marin. I The people of the State of California send ! greeting to George Gallagan: i You are hereby summoned to. appear beIfore me, at my office in the Township of San Rafael, in the* County of Marin, on the 20th day.of April a. d., 1861, at 12 M. o'clock, to answer unto the complaint of Henry D. Reynolds who sues you for the sum of sixty ! dollars, for services rendered you in furnishing stud horse for serving two mares during ! the season of 1860, when judgment will be taken against you for the said amount, together ; with costs and damages, if you fail to appear and answer. ITo the Sheriff or any Constable of said county, greeting: Make legal service and return hereof. Given under my hand, this 15th day of April*, d. 1861 • ROBERT C. CLARK, Justice of the Peace, in and for said To wnIship. I It appearing satisfactorily to me that the above named defendant has departed from this state, and i...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 20 July 1861

THE MARIN COUNTY JOURNAL. SAN RAFAEL, MARIN CO. CAL. SATURDAY, JULY 20, 1861. wSOL. 1. NO 18

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flavin Connti) Journal. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 20 July 1861

flavin Connti) Journal. A. WEEKLY NEWSPAPER Devoted to Foreign and Domestic News-, Literature, Agriculture, and the Interests of Marin County, PUBLISHED fiVERY SATURDAY BY JEBOME A. BABNEY. TEItMS. Subscription for 1 year 5 00 •• 6 mo-«. 300 | <« 3 mo«. 1 50 ryAlverti3em3at3 inserted at the following rates, 1 square of 12 limn or lc4«, 2 00; each insertion thereafter 1 09 will be charged. ty .V. liberal discount made to yearly ad-1 Yerusers. I

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Meeting of tho Courts. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 20 July 1861

Meeting of tho Courts. DISTIUCrC HJlt r, 7th Judicial Distric\j Hox. E. \V. McKinstuy, "Judge. Meets onj the Ist M mday in March, July and November. C )URT OF SESSIONS; H. B. FRINK, Jud»e; Jime* T.Stoelier,Pi'tl Fi'/ueras Associ-ate-i. Meets on the Ist M m lay iu Feb'y., Mav, August an:l November. C/.HJVL'Y C)Uitr AXI) FIIOBATK C )Ultr. Meets at the sam: time as Court of Session*. BDAUD OF SUPR'tVISOUS.—Meets on the Ist Monday in Feb'y., May, August and November.

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Qau.ity OUI3Gr3. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 20 July 1861

Qau.ity OUI3Gr3. C\mn'v — lljn.lt. Is. FRINIC. Sheriff. —VAL. D. D )UJS. Depu'y do. —James M. ILirris. District Atfy.-TN ). 11. lIAUALSON O v.in'y Clerk.—DAX'L. T. TAYLOR. Deputy do.—S. Uoi.iv.vh llvkius. Treasurer. —Tal )*>. 11. lIIXSU.V. Surveyor.—A. D. E.VSKJOf. Assessor.—J. It. JAC )IH. Coroner. —T. K. WAI'SON. Sup't. of School*. —T. J. AULES. Board of Supervisors.—lAS. pIXON | 1). OLD % J. W. HUFFING lON. ———i

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& flfttflL ! I [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 20 July 1861

& flfttflL ! I MATBIMONY. Fon the b;nefit of our unmarried friends, we give below both sides of the question; That man must lead a happy life, Who is free from matrimonial claims, Who is directed by a wife, Is sure to suffer for his pains. Adam could find no solid peace, When Eva wm given for a mate; tTn'il he saw a woman's face, 1 Adam was in a happy state. In all the female face appears Ilypoerioy, deceit and pride: Truth, darling of a heart sincere, Ne'er known in woman to reside. j What tongue is able to unfold Thcfaliehool that in woman dwell ? The worth in woman we behold Is almost imperctptible. Cursed be the foolish man I say, Who changes from his singleness; Who will not yield to woman's sway, Is sure of perfect blessedness. •Married people will please read as writton. Single ones plea-ie read the first line, hen the third, then the second, and finally i :he fourth in each verse.

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Tha Glorious Tweaty. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 20 July 1861

Tha Glorious Tweaty. American seamen. And yoa »lway* remember the day, do you?" . "Ay,.that 1 do, «ir." "I am ({lad to see you (till alive and in the service of your country. They were brave fellows who fought with me on that day." "Thank you, sir—thank you—l'm so glad. You won't think me bold, Commodore?"' "I will think you bold, my man,,' replied the Commodore, yielding a little to enthusiasm; not a man fought on boart the Hornet that day who was not as bold as a lion." • "So they were, Commodore, God bless you! Well, then, sir, if you please let me get glorious to day? 1 always does it, you see, once a year, on this day, sir: please to let me get a little glorious in honor of the Glorious Twenty?" "Get glorious?" "Yes # if you please, a little swipsy or so—now do, sir, in honor of the Glorious Twenty." The kind-hearted Commodore waived' the severity of discipline for once, and the brave sailor who had been by (lis side in battle, permission to enjoy himself as he wished for one d...

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i THE NATION S CALAMITY. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 20 July 1861

i THE NATION S CALAMITY. It has been said that communities and | nations, as well as individuals, are subI ject to violent of insanity. Events now r transpiring at the East leave us no room > to doubt the correctness of this proposition. It can no longer be doubted that i Civil War now convulses the land, and much we fear the funeral pyre of the American Union has been lighted.— The Federal Goverment of the United States is now pas-ing through the worst it has .ever experienced, and it is yet to be demonstrated whether or no it po*es>2B sufficient strength to breast the storm —its integrity is violently assailed by those who have fattened off its bounty by those who have grown to power under the shelter of its protecting wings. The moral and social welfare of more than twenty mill.ons of humanity, liberal Government and political freedom throuhgout the world, all demand that the assailants shall be met on the threshold of their career,and that,if within the i r...

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All for Lawn! [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 20 July 1861

All for Lawn! I hare a dear little wife, Who is all for lawn. For lawn, Nor satins, nor aillu will she wear, And velvets she mji she can't bwu". But if s sad to see one so fair, All fur lawn. Fur lawn! "If I'm pretty, love," say* she, "Why then adorn? Why adorn* Ah, if other* but-only kuewj Of beauty the secret like you, llow soon, my dear, would they to* Be for lawn. For lawn! "Let the ugly wear sarins and silks, X ight and morn, Xi#ht and morn. For they'll havs something to show; But as for myself 1 know, Juat what I'm about when I go, All for lawn, For lawn!" And my charming little wife, Yester mom, Yester mftrnj Tapped mo gintly on the chin, And asked if I thought her green, That shi from thj tint had bsen All for lawn, * For lawn? j I answered her with a kisa, But I'll be sworn, Be sworn: (For it lcak'd thro' her glUt'ning eyes,) That it's beoau-o our m ;nr,, suffir-c, For naught ehi, thv. shj n "uly crin, "I'm for lawn, For lawu!" Siiißr Corrksfondence.—One of , the P.terFunk ...

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