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County Officers. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 10 August 1861
County Officers. County Judge.—Hon. 11. B. FRINK. Sheriff.—VAL. D. DOUB. Deputy do.—James M. Harris. District Att'j\—JNO. 11. HARALSON County Clerk.—DAN'L. T. TAYLOR. Deputy do.—S. Bolivar Harris. Treasurer.—TllOS. 11. HANSON. Surveyor.—A.'D. EASKOOT. Assessor. —J. B. JACOBS. Coroner. —T. K. WATSON. Sup't. of Schools.—T. J. ABLES. Board of Supervisors.—JAS. DIXON D. OLDS, J. AV. BUFFINGTON.
ELECTION PROCLAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 10 August 1861
ELECTION PROCLAMATION. State of California, Executive Department, NOTICE is hereby given that a General Election is to be held on Wednesday the 4th day of September next, hroughoutthe State, at which tha following officers are to be elected: # rwo Members of Congress, A Governor, a Lieutenant Governor, a Judge of Supreme Court, a clerk of the Supreme court, an Attorney General, a State Treasurer, A STATE CONTROLLER, A SURVEYOR GENERAL, A STATE PRINTER; \lso, a DISTRICT JUDGE for each of the 4th and 13th Judicial Districts. Also, STATE SENATORS, as follows: Ist District, composed of the counties of San Diego and San Bernadino, One Senator 2d District, composed of the county of Los Angeles, nc Senator kl District, composed of the counties of Santa Barbara, and San Luis Obispo, Senator Ith District, composed of the counties of Tulare and Frezno, nr Senior! 3th District, composed of the counties of Santa Cruz and Monterey, ,e Semitor Jth District, composed of the counties of San Francis...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 10 August 1861
|)raffssional tt'arJs. DAN'L T. TAYLOR, Notary Public &amp; 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 1850. 4 Clark's Office, San Rafael. m 23 6m J NO. 11. HARALSON, ATTORNEY AT LAW, SAX RAFAEL, MARIN CO. march 23—ly THOS. 11. HANSON, gtftonui). at fato, AND NOTARY PUBLIC, SAN RAFAEL, MARIN CO. m 23 tf CAL. ~s7F. &amp;J. REYNOLDS, Attorneys at Law, Nos. Gk 7 METROPOLITAN BOCK, If. W. Corner of Montgomery and Washington streets. StLV FRANCISCO. jy 6—tf SELLING OUT AT COST!! TIIE undersigned having determined to close out the entire STOCK OF GOODS now cm hand, respectfully 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 are not c...
SAN RAFAEL, AUG. 10. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 10 August 1861
SAN RAFAEL, AUG. 10. Rkitiii.ican Nominations. —The County Convention for the purpose of nominating county officers,'met on last Saturday pursuant to a call, and tramacted the business for which they had assembled. Nearly every precinct in the county was represented. The ticket selected is a combination of talent and personal popularity, and we think the Democracy will have a hard road to travel" in the ensuing eleel.'on. With many of the candidates we are personally acquainted, and unhesitatingly say that they will adorn the positions to which they aspire. The convention passed off harmoniously, nothing having occurred to mar the proceedings, and every one seemed satisfied with the selections made. Great events may be traced back to great thoughts, which stand to teem in the same relation as obscure progenitors to illustrious decendants. lie who is a tiger in his own family is 1 generally a sheep in society. I The steamer "Clinton" will make her reg-; ular trip to morrow. | The War...
! EASTERN. ! [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 10 August 1861
! EASTERN. ! Details of the Gbea* Battle at j Manassas.—The Philadelphia Evening Bulletin of the 2.5-th; July, has an interesting statement from the lips of a weal-! thy Virginian, residing a few miles from 'Manassas Juncton, who witnessed the j battle on Sunday. He describes the | conduct of the Federal troops as brave and daring in every respect. He states j the Rebels' loss between .'3,000 and 4,-' 000. He says the Black Horse Cavalry, the crack regiment of Virginia, was! most terribly cut up; only 200 of the re-i giment have been saved. He thinks it a most fortunate thing that we did not drive the Rebels beyond Manassas Gap. I Within two miles of the rear of the June-! ' tion, the ground, for many acres, was! mined in the most nrtistic manner, and 1 tons of gunpowder placed in them. The Government was not aware of the ! extent the rebel preparations to destroy ! the troops. Upwards of 13,000 negroes were employed on the entrenchments at I j Manassas, and about the same number! l...
I Court of Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 10 August 1861
I Court of Sessions. Monday, Aug. 5. Present—R. B. Fbinjc, Judge; Ja«. •T. Stockcr, Paul Figueras, Associates. J The following gentlemen were sworn as Grand Jurors; —O. Irwin, foreman; |P. Irving, S. Richardson, P. Dolen. A. J. Oughletree, U. M. Gordon, Alex. Gordon, B. F. ..Win«low, J. H. Bullis, E. H. Austin, Jno. Lucas, John Simms&lt; J. O. B. Short, J. B. Stafford, and E. sH. Pomeror. | The only business requiring the attention of the Grand Jury was, The | People vs. P. Kehoe, John Brown, J. |B. Cooper, Donald Graham, and E. F. : Dunton, for Grand Larceny, which upon taking testimony was dismissed. The Grand Jury was then dismissed.
Board of Supervisors. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 10 August 1861
Board of Supervisors. •MWMI.4.V* VI VWUiO, Monday, Aug. 5. Present—Jas. Dixon, chairman; A. I C. Buffington, D. Olds, jr. The completion of the bridge acros» the Estero Americano was awarded to I James E. Fowler for §199, he being | the lowest bidder, ! A new Election precinct was established at the Saw Mill of Bachclder &amp; i Hunter, to be called ''Lagunita Preicinct." School District No. 3, in Tommies, | was established. The Board was in session two days,, 'and engaged mostly in examining and [auditing accounts against the county. I Adjourned to meet on Monday the 12 th as a Board of Equalization.
Republican County Convention. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 10 August 1861
Republican County Convention. The Republican County Convention : j for the purpose of nominating County I olHcers met the 3d pursuant to a call, land was called to order by D. Olds, jr., lichm'nofthe Central Committee. J. . J. Bullis wa* elected Chairman, and J. IR. Hall, Secretary. A committee on I credentials was then appointed, who /reported 35 delegates present. The convention then proceeded to nomina- ! I tion with the following result: Assembly.—Alexander Gordon. County Juilye.—Oliver Irwin. Sheriff. —L. W. Walker. District Attorney.—A. T. Wilson. County Clerk.—J. R. Hall. Treasurer.—M. S. Laird. Surveyor.—Hartxvell Little, i Assessor.—S. W. Preble. Coroner.—G. P. Laird, i Sup't.Pub. Instruction.— T.J. Abies. On motion of Mr. Buffington thefol--1 lowing resolution was adopted: Whereas there is no Republican ' paper in this county, therefore be it ' Resolved, That this Convention enidorse the Petaluma Argus as our county organ, and recommend it to the fa- ■ vorable consideratio...
Hfctrin Comitg fountal. BAN~RAFAEL7 APQPST 10. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 10 August 1861
Hfctrin Comitg fountal. BAN~RAFAEL7 APQPST 10. ELECTION TICKETS printed at this office at San Francisco rates. Where we Stand.—A great many persons in this vicinity are probably not aware of the position of the journalist, and fancy that newspapers are maintained only for a reason of pride in the conductor, and hot for the truthful •tatement of events that daily occur. We certainly have not embarked in the newspaper business from such motivt; our object is to keep pace with the balance of the community as far as gathering lucre Is concerned, and to add our mite in the diffusion of useful knowledge as far as our humble capacity will permit, and at the same time I relate occurrences as they transpire, without preverting the truth either on account of fear or affection. Any measure that shall need condemnation we will not be backward when our time comes to speak. We have been soundly rated by employees of the State Prison because we had the audacity (to them) to relate trifling mat-i t...
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 10 August 1861
COMMERCIAL. FR.4NCISCO PRICES. Friday Evening, Aug. 9th. !Flour, $6 00j Wheat, 1 90 Barley, 00 Oats, 1 Wa&gt; 1 25! BRAN, 15 22 Corn, 1 37k£1 50. Beans, s&lt;aBc; Potatoes, 1 12'E1 25 j Onions, Mwl^c Gunny Bags, 17ia)20c Butter, California, 22^a)33c " Oregon, 16^2.5 " Isthmus, 35'a)37|! ; Cheese, California, 12£®15; Bacon i .Hams, California, 16fa'17 • Pork, 22 50 IHay, 10 07'a&gt;12 00
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 10 August 1861
SPECIAL NOTICES. j I Sands' Sausai'arii.i.a is an excellent alterative and tonic, delicate females of irregu[lar habit, or at the turning period of life, i find it the best and safest remedy that can be | used. It is also peculiarly beneficial for purifying the blood, expelling obstructions, [strumous and scrofulous humours, pustules, j pimples, apd all disfiguring eruptions upon | the surface of the skin. [aug 10 | ELECTION NOTICES. For Coiirlj (!lcrli. ; 4 ARON SCHROYERannounces him-1 ! self as a candidate for the office of Co. i i Clerk, subject to the decision of the Democratic Convention. aug 3tc | i For Ro;kI Overseer. C' lIARLES BULLEY offers himself as a candidate for Road Overseer for Roadj ! District 1, at the ensuing election. j aug 10 te Divino Service. j The Rev 11. GILBERT, will preach on; I to-morrow, Aug. 11th at San Rafael. J. H. HARRIOTT, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, j Hyatt's Ranch, Novato Point, Marin County . j auglO-Gm ! IyyOTICE is hereby given that the Asses...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 10 August 1861
j GROVER &amp; BAKER'S FIRST PREMIUM NOISELESS ,! FAMILY i Vetoing |$&lt;ujmus, At Greatly Reduced Prices ! At Greatly Reduced Prices!! At Greatly Reduced Price*!!! $60 AND UPWARD. $60 AND UPWARD. $60 AND UPWARD. I 25 per cent Discount! 25 per cent Discount!! j • 25 per cent Discount !!! | FROM OUR FORMER PRICES.j ! I ■ The great success attending the introduction of our new styla Faiuilr Stwi*g Machine] in this State (a&lt;» in all others) has prompted certain unprincipled and unielia-1 ble parties 11 endeavor to foraa upon tke; 1 public, certain, so called Cheap lachiues, which, either by legal injuuetions or from !their own inherent defects, have long since! :died*out in the Eastern States. I | IT IS OUR DETERMINATION i » TO atrpi-T k i COOD MACHINE AT A j ; ! that the purchaser may, as past instances experience in the purchase of the mis-named; I "Cheap Sewing Machines," a dear bargain ■ and a waste of money. I THE WORLD WIDE REPUTATION j [or THEj I GROVE...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 10 August 1861
Poll Tax. IIACH male inhabitant of this State over' li the age of 21 years and under the age of 60, (except active members of tire companies) are required to pay a poll tax of $2, if paid ' prior to the Ist Monday in August, after which an extra dollar will be charged. Persons liable as above will call at the As- j sexsor's office or at the Sheriffs office and) ! pay their dues. J. 13. JACOBS, ! au»3—4t Assessor of Marin county, j LIVERY STABLE. JNO, SNIYELY respectfully in- ! forms his friends and the public that he has opened a Livery Stable,iJ_£-J. , ;at San Quintin, where he will be happy to ! accommodate those desiring anything iu his line. Having large and commodious CORRALS connected with the Stable, will greatly facilitate those engaged in shipping stock. BUGGIES constantly on hand. [aug3 WELLS,FARGO&amp;Ca EXPRESS, S.\.\ RAFAEL, | E. W. CHAPIM, AGENT. I jy27tf ! PIONEER SHOP! Blacksmithing &amp; Horse *ISOEI3&lt;&gt;r DANIEL McVANNEH respectf...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 10 August 1861
I NEW LIVERY STABLE . I AX SAX K A5 1 AEL. rOII'N' COLLISTER most respectfully J informs hin friend* and the public that he ! has opened a LIVERY STABLE, a few doors fouth of the Court House, and i would be n;o&gt;t happy to accommodate those 1 desiring anything in his line lie assures the | public that h" cart: fin ni-h as fine turn-out* • as can b» had in the county. Saddle Horses constantly on JWTS hand. .W lln I jy 13—tj | Stale of California. In the Justice's Court, San Rafael Tow: ship, in and for the County of Marin. The pcoplo of the S'n'eof Ctiliforuia, sen greeting to George Gallugan; You areheri by summon d to app.ar b fore me, at my of lice in the Court House, in the Township o San Rafael, in 'he Cov.n'y of Marin, on th« loth, day of May A, D. 1861, at 10 A. M. o'clock, to an-wer un*o the complaint of John Bird, who sues you lor the sum of $107 00 for work and labour performed for you, by him, at your special instance and request, as appear- more fully by Complai...