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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 24 August 1861
Ro*&gt;ufi»Hc:&gt;:» 3IAS£E:V WJSITY. • ! For the Asst r.ih'y, AI (»s ;s ;id er-&lt;5 * o v:' © ss, For (.'oun'v J'.r OliVt'S' Kf'ViiP, J S,. W. For County CI*.:V., jr.. 52. S'I:sJP., For Tron. tiror, 11. S. S-.ur.s-r3. For Divi-iv: .V.'or.iey, \i V- 1.1 For .-v.; v.yOr, Uzi:&gt;tv.;-:i LHll u - 1 row nr. j V*. nv;*Se, ff.h p. r.5. For Suporin it' i't.h'ie I.) reetiAi, j nug 21—'" gtvs "J • | I will soli low i'or ! \-: ta 1- &lt;-o i*r present owuv il •y ' 1 • A a :lnfael. Thoho,: i-a - try r. i-'j-J ' with six roi.••: . ir. aa' . .. i::.'i a well of Wilt ".- in til ■ yard. Al o '\i cO!tm o| tion wi'll the ]•..&gt;•&lt; - -:i •:» :1" -. vlnKtf A •('*. fOCKKIt* "COOE-TAIL rICTIOS." " ; mllK puhU- iv.- r': .-fully i-,:v! a. -.1 '' v a JL newly d : -■••&lt;*.• •*.•• '')*vr • . '• . :*.&lt; " CHA?Q &gt; _ This drink &lt;*o::,po- lof heaVl-v Dtontfteh. unci li-io it ion- '.••• •. only ut ••TOP.Ki'H KX...
HJarin Comttu $<mtnal, [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 24 August 1861
Marin County Journal. Correspondence is solicited from this and adjoining counties, to which due attention will be given. Notices of Births, Marriages and Deaths inserted free of charge. OUR AGENTS. Thos. Boyce, corner of Washington and, Montgomery streets, San Francisco. H. T. Jones, Novato. Richard Magee, Nicasio. P. Levy, Olema. Thos. K. Watson, San Quentin.
SAN RAFAEL, AUG. 84. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 24 August 1861
SAN RAFAEL, AUG. 84. £7Thk War news of the past week is of n&lt;?t much iinj)ortancc further than the energy with which improvements; in the Federal army are going on for either offensive or defensive operations. A battle between Gen. Lyon and the; confederate forces under Me Ct.il loch and Rains, who were marching upon Springfield, on the 3d of August, resulted in the repulse and defeat of tlfc confederate forces. It is probable that Kx-Gov. Jackson of Missouri is preparing to'attack St. Louis, where he will meet with a certain repulse and overthrow, The Coaj.ition Convention:— This body in pursuance to the call made* by the "Melted Central Committee," J met on Saturday last. At an early; hour in the day the delegates from the j different precincts throughout the eoun-J ty arrived in town, and were scarcely out of the saddle or carriage, before I they were surrounded by eager aspirants, and drawn aside to have their ears filled with nonsensical stuff in regard to this or th...
BY PONY EXPRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 24 August 1861
BY PONY EXPRESS. Washington*, Aug 9. ' A letter received to-day from Lieut. iFasks, of the first Michigan Regiment, dated Richmond, July 20th, says he is a prisoner with hundreds of others in | that city. There are more than thirtyofficers with them. . At a late hour this morning, Prince Napoleon and suite returned from Man-1 assas. Three regiments of cavalry and four of rebel infantry arc in possession of Fairfax. When it was known at Manassar. j that Prince Napoleon was coming, the enthusiasm was wild. Beauregard and Johnston were both there, and received the Prince with the greatest pos-l .sible respect. .Ml their invitations and entreaties that lie wouhl go on to Richmond, nnd see Davis, the Prince firmly declined. The fortifications at Manassas are formidable, and our guns—particularly those of .Sherman's battery—form an important part of the defences. Beauregard informed the Prince thai lie captured 02 guns at Bull Run. The dead have not been properly buried. They were simply ...
Sax Francisco Aug. 20. 'CI [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 24 August 1861
Sax Francisco Aug. 20. 'CI Editor Journal :—Having had ' some experience in regard to the management of the California State Prison,! (alias, the California State Hotel), and feeling deeply interested as a good cit-' izen ought, in its proper management,: iI propose now to make a few remarks,: | which will enable the incoming Govcrnjor, much to his own benefit and to the honor of the State, to choose the prop-j er guards; who, from their peculiar !characteristics can carry that unfortunate institution "head end tail up'"; through the Scvlla and Charybdis/ •where is lias so often been reeked. ! Among the indispensable requisites' which constitute an efficient guard must be the following: If? must thoroughly speak that rich brougo, so much admired'by a great modern general when lie wanted to be President. Ho must be especially expert as a small fry political bummer. lie must be of the "bowld"' stripe' : who black eves r.nd bung noses for the | mere grandeur of the thing. Ile should | ...
[communicated.] [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 24 August 1861
[communicated.] Good bye, John—good bye honest John Davis; who that has lived in .Marin county, or been much about the I .Stale Prison, either as an employee or i visitor, docs not know and respect him jas a gentlemfn of unswerving integrity: as an experienced'and most efficient officer of that now most delectable institution, called the State Prison ? at this time, the worst ridden and most ; broken-down political jado in America. The question will naturally arise : Why are such men, tried for seven i years and never found wanting, displaced lb make room for those untried, ; and of most questionable capacity ? 1 can tell you : The first, crime, or rather misfortune of John was, that he was an American. The second, that he was too honest and | too much of a man to be made the pliant tool of small fry politicians, w ho, clandcstinly and secretly, under cover of the night, as dark as their acts, assembled at .Muscle Point to undermine men politically, because they unfortunately drew t...
Hitrin Count!) Journal. SAN RAFAEL, AUGUST 24. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 24 August 1861
Hitrin Count!) Journal. SAN RAFAEL, AUGUST 24. Escaped Convicts.—Five prisoners cifected. their escape from the schooner 1 1 • Hicks, on Saturday lust, while laving at the wharf in San Francisco. Al-o, 'old lJoology a trusty, took frcneh leave during last week. When shall we cease to hoar of the frequent escapes from this institution. It appears that the officers ave becoming careless, and it seems as if they take pride in allowing the country to be overrun with convicts. Knock-Down.—A Spainavd having a penchant for sucking eggs and eating pears, entered the market of S well &amp; llardman on Sunday evening last, and commenced helping himself to the above nam'd commodities. Mr. llardman not agreeing widi his customer in the manner by which he wi-hed to effect a trade, gave the fellow a hint that hi--, room was better than his company, whereupon the "swarthy son of (..'aside commenced a tirade of abuse, to which a stop was suddenly put by a well-cffected blow from the list up...
S)cjM»ci".:!h* ("anveuisoJi. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 24 August 1861
S)cjM»ci".:!h* ("anveuisoJi. Ix pursuance of a call made by the Union Democratic Central Committee, the County ('onveution id ?' a; San iva.'a •!, &lt;m Saturday tlw 57th in-t., for the purpose of nominating candidates to lill tlr? conny o!liee&lt; to b'j voted for at the next general okv:ion. Tic Convention was called to order by K. ii. Pomeroy, who was, upon motion, chos.-n Chairman, and J. (&gt;. Sheppard and It. C. Clark, Secretaries. On motion, a Coiuinittee on Credentials and Order of Bu&gt;iness were 1 appointed, who reported the following delegate-:— iSfcro lltfael. —.Tir&gt;. l/i.-a-, .T, 1!. S'afford, 1). Block, (.'has. iJulley, Hans Ol.sveii, M. iJeyier, J. Short. Corti&gt; Madera. —Jno. Biekerstai", l'oter| Dolan. Saueeb'to.—(&gt;. D. W. llobinson. San Antonio, — Win. Lewis, 11. Decker. Marin City. —Juo. Sniwiy, T. Watson, J. Carroll. liar;/. —T.Davis, .Tno. (iarrison. l\ora!o.—Jas. IJ.yatt, J. (i. i'aitfowl, — Samp...
if* ■«> •>/? A s [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 24 August 1861
if* ■«&gt; •&gt;/? A s S.IX FIt.IXCISCO PIUCES. Frid iv Evening, Any, 23d. 80 00 diii 25 Wheat, * 1 45&lt;a/l 60 BAHI-ey, 80a.H'j Oats, 1 oij&gt;a)\ 10 Uk.- .v, 15 '22' a 10 22 C(&gt;KX, 1 «J/l£t'l •;') 11 r, aN" s, sa.Sc Potatoes, 1 12S1 25 Oxioxs, 1 &lt;al Ac (if xxv Bags, I7t£2oc Bi'TTijii, California, 22 a.'s3c " Oregon, 10 a 25 •' Isthmus. 8 5-I? 'Mh r 'i! eese, California, 12&lt;lfe li&gt; I) A (.'OX it'" 1 5 iIaY, s, California, 1 life 17 PoitK, 22 50 0.28 50 ! 1 av, 10 00® 12 00
SPECIAL WOTBCEB. _ [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 24 August 1861
SPECIAL WOTBCEB. _ Sen ret nun's Pei.r and Bumhno Dr.vor. —Th" entire four story building 400 Sansome street near Sacramento, is now occupied as Sehreiber's (treat I'ulu Bedding Emporium, and is the only one of the kind on this coast. Parties in the Interior ordering liedding need only furnish the size and about the weigh", which can be forwarded as well as though they were present, by express or otherwise. Al ■:&gt; anything in the bedding or house furnishing line furnished from this immense establishment. Orders accompanied by ea&gt;h. [aug 17 Sands' Sahsacaku.i.a is an excellent alterative and tonic, ddicate females oi rrrcc.tiiar liabi l *, or at the turning period of hie, find it the best and snf&gt;t»reraedy that can be used. It is also peculiarly beneficial for purifying tlio blood; '.\pel':i:'. e obstructions, s'ruinous and scrofulous humours, pustules, pimples, and all disfiguring eruptions upon the surface of the skin. [aug 10
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 24 August 1861
ltci»ul&gt;lic:ui Rumination* -—roit — For the Assembly, Alexander tioi'dou, For County Judge, Oliycr For Slierilf, V.. WaJltrv, For County Clerk, .5. 52. 2Sail, For Treasurer, I? 5. fS. JLaml, For District Attorney, 1. T. Wihun, For Surveyor. SlarS'.vel! For Assessor, S. IV. PressJc, For Coron r, &lt;fo. P. Braird, For Superintend Public Instruction, T. JS. aug 21 —tc rmanrnmuv la Mil EB.ECTEON NOTICES. :• v n' '(V' iVi-T T! il!l'!;'f~k 'U , H »-'i% W!». Ni iff &lt;-? ,-v —"~V At /)* . X uOfr "' ■ -... d Far i-!j* .&amp;vi««a!iab£y. ft. A. F. (i'Uj.IYTOX. BSt."55eS £:&gt;M* ; , *e4'2\ ', '&lt; ilAl'l.KS i'"|,J,l VV ii!!'■;' . filnt c ( , lf ■&lt; r l)i»fri " Xii, 1, at il ;&gt; (.n-'.rlr,;; ck-.-: ion. ;n- 10 te Divi".o Service. Tin: U"v 11. Cll.iniUT, v.ill prwh on : to-morrow, Aug;. "J.itii at thr Saw .Mill at 1! o'clock, \. m., ami a'. San linthi-l at 8 i'. m. Epicurcs and Hunguy Men. 1 .»? C!&gt; *' .ViT \l...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 24 August 1861
km *mmm ■11 ■ ■ wihiwpwiimm m■■ ■ nrr- ! Kcgiiiiu 1 Democratic Tickct. i For Assembly, A. C. McALESTEIt. It For County Judge, 11. 15. FRIXK. For SheriiF, V. D. DOL'li. For County Clerk, I). T. TAYLOR. For District Attorney, j. J. 11. HARALSON. For Treasurer, . I «TAS. DIXON. For Surveyor, A. D. EASKOOT. j. .• ! ■ For Asses.-or, ' J. .!. (JRINTLR. I • 1 For Sup't of Schools. j, J A-'. MILLER. i I' • For Public Administrator, J AS. R. STAFFORD. !■ I ; For Coroner, j R. C. CLARK. aug 12-i to A CARD. 1 To the Voters of the County of Marin:— Yv:'; position that 1 have taken relative to ; • ths contest for the Assembly, has met "&lt;vith , great opposition in certain quarters. I'romj . such I have never solicited aid or comfort,; 1 nor will I swerve one jot from the course! •vhieli 1 have decided upon. That it will I r .comend itself to every enlightened mind I i have no doubt. I am free from every incniu- . luranee ol' the political ".-harps" who huvt : .orcled it over us for yea...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 24 August 1861
For San Francisco. THE WELL-KNOWN STEAMER PETAL'JMA, I Capt. TI. Kuxfcr, will „ touch at SanOuentin at .10 o'elk - " a. m., every day, Sundays excepted. [aul7 t liarJrs Mjti'aulrj, ALLS, WINLS AND LIQL'ORS, No. 420 Pacific street, between Montgomery &amp; Sansom • sts. San Era in isco. [a 17 S'lilti! 1-uSif!! B'hIsjI!! f UST arrived &lt; x Hark "Come'," from the »J Sandwich Islands, a la'.'L.- invoice of Superior Dry Pulu, iti fine prder, of 11 ■• ■ Sorb:if crop. For sale in quantiti' to s&gt;..tt purehas' r-. at SCilltl'llliElfS I'uiu and ih'd'ling Depot, No. SAN SO Ml". S'l'uFi"!', Three doors north of Sacramento s ; re -t, aug 17—liiu &gt;r.:i F::.:icisco. 15ALF.S of No. 1 N. O. M(»&lt;S in if) small bale-. ,it wholevile and retail, at sCHHEIIIFirS l'ulu and liediiing Depot, 100 Sarisonie street, third «iocr North of Sacramento street, San l-'raticFio* ieair !7 J. H. HARRIOTT, Ni. D., I'HVSKTAN AND SFIK.FON, j Hyatt's llr.neh, Novato x'oir....
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 24 August 1861
GROVER &amp; BAKER'S ) FIItST PREMIUM NOISELESS FAMILY Ml at bines, At l ireatly Reduced Prices! At Greatly Reduced Prices! ! At Greatly Ileduced Prices! ! C?r.o AND UPWARD. 8(10 AND UPWARD. -SCO AND UPWARD. 25 per cent Discount! •J. 3 per cent Discount ! ! 'J.j per cent Discount !!! MOM 01'11 I'OUMLII MICKSThe grea; smve- - attending the introdu •- •ien of our ne &gt;. stvio Family Sewing Ma. •bine, in this Stat'; It- in nil other*) has prompted ci I'taiu unprincipled and umeliaIjlc ]»:trti&lt; s » e.ideavnr to Toil-o upon the public, certain, r&gt; called i iac;i2» which, either 1 &gt;v' injunctions or from their own inherent fleieet., have since died out in tin Katfern State«. I ' IT IS Ul.ll niiTMHIXATIoX TO RfTPI V k GOOD MACHINE AT A ' LOW PRICE, • • that the purchaser may. as pust instances experience in the purchase of the mis-named I"('heap Sewiujx Machines, ' a dear baiyain and a waste of money. !TIIE WORLD WIDK REPUTATION [of Titt j...
stadc oi'talii'ornsa. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 24 August 1861
stadc oi'talii'ornsa. Tn the Ju-tii'-'":: Court, San ur.f.n-l Township, in and for the County of Marin. The people *&gt;f the Stwof t'alifo.iuß. end greeting to Ucorge Galla.gan; You arch rcby mimmonod to appear l&gt;, lor.■ m-, «: my office in the Court 2 lon , in iHo '1*«• *:of San Rafael, in the County »: , mi A15th. day of May A, I), ti ,1, at 10 A. M. o'clock, to an-'vir «::*&lt;« tie &lt; ••♦"•pliyn* of Jolmliird.who -u&lt; • for t.:' Mijoo for work and hihonr p.aforr: &lt;i i. r ■ . I»y him, lit your rp' !, ;! ilKteu" ami reqv t, ; appears more fully by Complaint ii' d i:i i ■ ntlicc this d::y,wl,'.n jml_• men* .•:'!! ;, '• •• against voti for t'.c .-anl ir.&gt;• 11 •, to .! ■&gt; with co&lt;t ami da:;::.. . i:' ;&gt;u f.,ii to appear and answ r. To the SheriiT ■' •C. n ;n'.h of aid County, gre.-ting: M. . ' .;.:! . &gt; ..:• i di;■ return hereof. Civ n tin : r my 1 n-d tl.ilath day of May...
3>l ,S. u J'A: I.ate I'rofi'ssor of • i a Villiia, e,: i; I ; .i- ModicalOH3o i-ncl llc nital, Opposi*tile » . e – . , , : – a. i'. i a [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 24 August 1861
3&gt;l\ ,S. u J'A: I.ate I'rofi'ssor of • i a Villiia, e,: i; I ; .iModicalOH3o i-ncl llc nital, Opposi*tile \» . e - . , , : - \a. i'. i \ a -YirHKUF.Iv ■ i .• • . afflicted, sit all !i•• i•.: - . f-n . •.» v. . ... 8 v. ])i:. Voi-v. in' 4 uiid'-r I J: • • a i '; a &lt;•.' . i v &lt;" will tluT a"i .'V .111 I ■ the t.'-j-ril.l- v' I ' entire tilii" !&lt;» •'••* }&gt;:•"' :• 1' :&gt;•'! of t*: medical ' i . i &lt;:• •it - mi.\s 11 • ■ i' . of lon 4 t:. ;• i 1, « i tirclv i'iT.i i\ • ■■■,• f- »&gt;i »yntcm, an I m i&gt;;:n: u ;» ■ ;. ;•&gt; r:nu ■ ".i cure. II • won't! a" ' lito the f.i-t " ' ; : ' 1 - ear»(-drc))U'a , '.!H». . n.I iii.• - nil": : : a--a-raive ill' 1 ' - : ; :• , . I'pwar.l I t . . . • 1 ■ I" - jjed cunid in :ii" y. .ir ': . : : &gt; ! . I ■ .&lt;». nhowin'4a : ' 'i • .; '.i: i the 1 "nit -I &lt;!:•» . , ('iix&gt;n.nnii'., !'-y 1 1 ' .* «.»•«- V rv. 1 - cni...
lit;uin Countu Journal. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 24 August 1861
lit;uin Countu Journal. A AVI'.KKLY XKV.'SI'AI'EIi Devoted to Foreign and Domestic News, Literature, Agriculture, and the Interests of Marin County, fI*BI.ISIIKI&gt; i;Vi:ilY SATURDAY BY t JEROME A. EARNEY. T ]•: It M s. Subscription for 1 year 5 00 " 0 mos. 00 " 3 mos. 1 50 I A&amp;VOrtisOiTlGnts inserted at the following rates 1 square &lt;&gt;i* 12 linox or less 2 00; each insertion thereafter I 00 will lit- charged. ; liberal discount made to yearly advertisers.
Meeting of the Courts. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 24 August 1861
Meeting of the Courts. DISTRICTeoriIT. 7* .Tndieial District. Hon. E. \V. McKinstuv, Judge. Meets on the Ist Monday in March. July and November. 1 COURT OF SESSIONS; 11. It. l ; r.i\ic T Jiutge; .hum* T.S.'ttch-rJ'ui'l i'htffis Assocri.ri's. Meets on the Ist Monday iu Ecb'y., Mnv, August and November, ! rorx'i'Y coritT and probate ('•'H'tlT. Meets at the sain." time as C.'o'.irt of S."—ions. EOAIID OV Sri'KRYI 'ORS.—Meets :on the Ist Monday in lvb'y., May, August and November.