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C ounfry o£l osi*3. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 24 August 1861

C ounfry o£l osi*3. County ,ltv—ilo\i« K. !'. i'JiINK. i Sheri!;'.— V.iL. IJLjS'-l si. D.pu'v (In.—7ii!i: >- M. Harris. District A'fy.—JNO. 11. HAHAI.SON j County Clerk. —DAX'L. T. t'A Yl,Oil. | Deputy (In.— S. Houvut llvuuts. j Surveyor. — v. i». ''.v-.'yOOT. : (Ve.'oner.- I'. K. WAT-'OX. ~ Siri't. of — i'. •'.* AIMjKS. Hoard of Supervisor'.—JAS. DIXOX | U. ()I,I)S, J. \V. l>lTi'iX(!TisX.,

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 24 August 1861

y.aiaei ••nstiuitc A T 1) BOA 2. .Clr*j uijsj ~i <j> 0 *.j. Under the charge oi the i:.\- ii. nn. MissJriJAr. The first ion v.'iil • in. . nary—to eontnae' i n.<> The Second s- An —. ! <o: • |»i th* middle of Mi.v. • . : i ■ :. !-' ■ i : • The Third . " .a loth of S.pt- I-.-, I .... A a ; r. i i-V. :;oth. Hoard and Yi'a •!•!:•• . ear • 'h L. •' Tuition, in 1'; ii.,«ra ;; • .' . •!.♦ Higher Kneli-h. Ancient and Moiica hangman a, ':.• Music, iustruni ntal wi A of i'i . > . • •: Drawing, tommodatioifs in tin j/wi'.iii' IP'iUh * wiii the teacl' a, end b ■ ■ . A ! . i nished ltoom-. This In-ti'.uts e >anii:ind • A ■••.• oi the bay of Shi ' e-.., s.nd i: .-.-I '.• one of the mo-t d- ','ai' ;. , .i i .• xtate. —' i new live:nr « A % R A F " Z.: L . toiiit coLLisT.rrr. - - • • • ■■■v? J infor-.rls hi.s fri ..<l. and ihu pu.iia . has open il ; LIVE It Y STA. J1 L ?), a few doors sonti) of th < ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 24 August 1861

BLOCJLLEV & (ju7, ; SAis E-iii'AEL, urOt'l.D respectfully inform the citizenII of San llalael taul vicinity, that tin * nave on hand, and arc constantly receiving, i full assortnient-'of Enteral which they will sell at unprecedented low . .jriccs, and consisting in part as follows ; Coats, Pants, I # Vests, Shirts, Drawers, Boot?,'; ci Tin t' a it j n q p.. r< ,< rt r .i 0 iii v> ±j i 3, n A J. d Cj L> J.l £ o And in fact evcrv artielo suitable for (j FX--1 I.I.'MFX'S WiiAK. i —ALSO— I i a fixe assohtmfxt of I LADIES' GOODS, consisting in part as follows: DoLaincc, Cashmere*, Ivleriiioos, EZiawlS, Cloaks, i Linens, 'Laccs, Hosiery, £sc. A !.;;<) cclii" lot of n p n r< v t> T v . Vjf .11 KJ O -iJ i-v Jt 1j L. floen, src.'f:. corn:!:, rn.u ,\CGA/?. to an: /?.•!.'V>.V, JIAT-iF. 'i (.'ANDI-K JAM.-. .11-ii.UFS, I'll J l-'llI'IT, Dill!'.]) FllUll', md in iact every article connected with th...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 24 August 1861

LIF233EVG PhkCZ, ' SAX lIA FA EL. latest 2'ony Xews can alwayshe found at this house. ; tifh oxly norix towx • V.'JI Yqr (AX (tJ.T A ) (;( O]) '(: I.A t- S' «:F ' i'i a q : i" cj m . * e Sr.t::?.n a IrlrJ. aO —ly <i'. S3 . Ii 2 7U D , loot» - hoc iilalsrv, ' IJ, ht'.-'n'-:--.; In hi-; !ln° at', ended to. lk. and jire;..-;;ly e.-t-.'i.-nted at low rate.-.j' Xf -."i tf f '""* FO»SsS2.a'.m & J :! '/ , 1;t |"| ' y_\ I• ' j \V : : .I! - • • !', ,\XI) It KTAIL ' J" ; , ; I i. AX:i DI-iAI.I'HS IX ,S.*ro';isso!S2?; ? T, i O'-.-S! "A w i.A. -(."'C'v -O, j'.'ic., rrc., r.ic. - ei-.d <• »n- un>; r.< i:i the w.tntry | > ) are lv ■ ii- a ii h. f> s purjcln h: - .-l. -v •. as v.v ar? contklent we il'mn:. j i v/.. !..,.i 'v* .n-'x.\ixcis, v-.: ::r.e(-K. : Comfy of front t: .hahoit Sircc'r, Scth i Vrn-\ i-rhl.riii—3m <«/ il Ci 'I 0 o .. i 0 !J _11 S j 1 I 1) r m J. V ■ x, •ij j. ''i '■!. Xi.-s. Ii I and IV! ( l...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 24 August 1861

j ,yXCi.l'.oi G !Ul i Civili)S. ' h\ v 2 t t\A* \ np jLJAJi i j X. ■J. i JA'li, ixTotary Public & Qcavcy&ncer. 11)i:i:n :,ioKTG.usiss, lfasks, I'owk;; of attorxky, A\ii all other I.KUAI. DOCI'MKXTS, Mir, .vn ivi'h di-pstch. . > M'OSiTiOXS ta- • '.an to b< ii •■.■. l in all li>. Courts of this i-."inc:* O:CD00tl8 Slid *KAlt- :." i i■''' uK '! ii v-. ila bun fa- ; miliar jvh -i tlu> title- >n' ilHAij Iv-TATE in i hi--, count;." jiir.i-. 1 ls.'sit. j Ci/rk's Oiikv, ttau iiiifn.-l. 'I') Con Ivo [I na}] \ j «0N ; .. i\J • 1 i.. 1i _ I ... IAJ 10 \J ii 7 ATTORNEY AT LAW, SAX' RAFAKL, MARIX CO. *'i 2:s—lv ITIiOS. 11. JIANSON, ill .tilln, ■ A"-: . > | 17 OTA r. T PUP-L I C, SA:> iLVI'Ai;.., MARIX CO. m 2:; u CAL. <J •r a 'v' ».> •. J- ' ■} ' .1. L>' 3 5 Attorneys o.'. Law, J X;»s. fi.'i 7 Mb';MiC tlLil'AX HOCK, |X. W. Cort-cr of ilont.i ::aory r.i'.l W'a.-lii...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 31 August 1861

THE MARIN COUNTY JOURNAL. SAN RAFAEL, MARIN CO.- CAL. SATURDVY, AUGUST 31, 1861. NO 24 VOL. 1.

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jEBow A.Poor Boy (»©t SSiicJi— C<Soo<! A«!v:cc. ■ [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 31 August 1861

How A Poor Boy Got Rich - - Good Advice. Mr. Jacob Strawn, of Illinois, has earned the reputation of being the "giant farmer of the West." Twentyseven years ago he settled in Illinois, a poor man. His operations vet o small at first, but continued to increase each year, until he had reduced over 30,000 acres of land to a state of cultivation: He has one farm of 7,800 acres, and another of 10,000. He has usually employed some 200 or 300 men, and a large number of horses. Every year, until quite recently, he stalled from 5,000 to 6,000 cattle, and kept other live stock in proportionate numbers. 'In this twenty-seven years lie has made 1 | a fortune of a million of dollars, and is still hale and hearty to enjoy it. He lias one corn field in Morgan county, some six miles long. Lately he has not been farming so much, having converted some of his real estate into cash. 1 | Ho writes the following items cf advice | to farmers, in the Clicwjo /V When you wake up, do not roll over j but roll...

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– The Litlic IJo^ue. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 31 August 1861

The Little Rogue. I v, ?.v sitting beside My destined bride, 0::o siill sentimental day; "How I lorn:," fcriicl I, "Isut to mr.ke you cry, And I'd !.ii« the bright tear away!" TV'r Oei!y blushed, Iler voice jrrew Implied, I thought slie would erv, to be sure; Kut she li.-ped t » by J on: i:ig jiri■:*i Iy— "Prf. L-n.i in 1- i. ■: r than cure!" Somi: men are so rascally that it is only l!i" 1' ofsjhowk' ■: them our pockets that prevents our turning our backs on tht:.i. Two oi ■ .'io-pounderi at Cairo, have be n v'Yt i*ii! 1 y named "John ('. Fremont." : ; •! "Parson Hrownlow." The ];.t'u 1: th: • inotio :—"We'll fight *(m '.Ihi il freezes over, and then light "ciii on the !•••«• ! " • An !' tiro l'i»-! &amp;gt;rh 1 h. s an cngravinti &amp;lt; 'n. Si ti.&amp;lt;! age of 75, end, on !&amp;gt; ;.••?:! anoth.r representing lilm when only ■!&amp;lt;&amp;gt;. Tun fh\;t rare over the Agricultural So : ! track since it came into poscssion «&amp;gt;;' ' ]'!'• :;t h ...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 31 August 1861

TOR RE S' EXCHANGE, No. 716 Commercial Street, Opposite the National Theatre, GAf's F"s3AftCloCO, I THE "EXCIIANfjK" furnished with! the best, ofKOOJIS, and choicc YVIXES; AND LIQUOR*. \lnlltf | TORRE S' EXHAIvSE. | No 71G CALLE COMMERCIAL, j arriba do Kearny. SAX FRANCISCO. Er, Seiior M.vxrEL Torres, tieneeh honor de annunciar a nl publico, quo ha a-i hierto cste hermo.-a sa'.on. Tn LI CNII cal-j iente desde el medio din ha-ta 3.1 t a la disposition do los concur- ■ rentes. vlnlltf PIONEER SHOP! Blacksmithing &amp;amp; Hc?ss v Daniel Mpvanneu respectfully informs his friend; and the puMie, that he is still at his old stand, and h prepared to execute all kinds o!' JBI j 1 Stf** .v 5 S"S SSiTivwq, at as low rates as it can be done for elsewhere, j Also, particular attention paid to lIORSE SHOEING. I ! Thankful for past favors, lie still hopes to merit a continuance of the same. a(5 tf 1 MARIN 110 TELiI SAX RAFAEL. j JOSE AITGELLOT7I, m 23 tf PROPRIETOR. DeGKRAITDMONT &amp;amp...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 31 August 1861

GROVER &amp;amp; BAKER'S FIRST PREMIUM NOISELESS FAMILY |H;icliiuts, At Greatly Reduced Priccs! At Greatly Reduced Prices! ! At Greatly Reduced Prices! !! I " i I SCO AND UPWARD. AND UPWARD. SCO AND UPWARD. 25 per cent Discount! 25 per cent Discount!! I'j per cent Discount !!! FROM OUR FORMER i'RICES. I The great sueeesr- attending the introiluc- ! Tien of our new style i'umilv Sewing Mi,chines in this State (as in all others) nas prompted certain unprincipled and unreliable parties t &amp;gt; endeavor to force upon the public, certain, so called Cheap jllnciaisicsj which, either by legal injunctions or from ! • heir own inherent defects, have long since, j died out in the Eastern States. | IT IS OUR DETERMIXATIOX \ TO SUPPLY A i GOO 3 ACHS WS AT A I y PM li&amp;gt; I Lyy , ; that the purchaser may, as past instances ex- i :pc i.'nce in the purchase of the mis-named j "Cheap Sewing Machines," a dear bargain and a waste of motley. .' THE WORLD WIDE REPUTATION I ' or 'iixE...

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libit hi Comitg Journal.: , | || HI. II I ■ ■■■»■— MM—.— [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 31 August 1861

libit hi Comitg Journal.: , | || HI. II I ■ ■■■»■— MM—.— Correspondence is solicited iVor.i this and adjoining comities, to which due attention | will be given. Notiecs of jlirths, Marriages ar.l Deaths inserted free of charge.

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OUKAGtiXTS. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 31 August 1861

OUKAGtiXTS. Thos. Rover., corner of "Washington and Montgomery streets, San Francisco. 11. T. Jones, Novuto. Kiciiahi) M.vor.r, Nicasio. E. Lkvy, Olema. Thos. K. Watson, San Qucntin.

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SAN RAFAEL, AUG. 31. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 31 August 1861

SAN RAFAEL, AUG. 31. On Wednesday next, the voters of this State will have the privilege of saying "what manner of men" shall control them for the next two years.— This blood-bought privilege secured to them by a Constitution, the palladium of our country's peace and prosperity, the best the world ever knew,is now in danger. Unprincipled political demauogues have cozened their way into high places of honor and trust, and aftir having raised their hands to heaven and sworn by the Almighty that they would support this sacred charter of our liberties and the laws of our country, have inaugurated an internecine and fratricidal war, and haste to quench the blaze of our national glory with riven of the blood of their fellow citizens.— The aiders and abettors of this party in California, have the audacity to raise their brazen fronts —commending their perjured confederate associates in arms against our government, and ask you for your suffrages at the approaching election, to place them in...

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The Dying K'ulers ot thc World. I [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 31 August 1861

The Dying K'ulers ot thc World. I JUST as we enter on a most remarkable and eventful crisis in the history of the world—old and new—we receive intelligence of the approach of immediate death to three of the most remarkable and prominent personages who affect to direct the fate and guide the destenies—eternal and temporal— of millions of people in Europe and Asia. We allude to the Pope of Rome, the Emperor of China and the King of Wurtemburg, each one of whom is reported as being at the point of death in our advices by the Arabia. These men represent in their persons each a peculiar system of rule considered permanent, if not inviolate ; and yet we find that! each of them sees the executive form which he wielded likely to bo brought to an end by the close of his existence. Pope Pius the Ninth has learned that the revolution of 1818, which drove him from ltoine, was but a first puff of the guns destined to dissever the temporal authority of the Popes from their ecclesiastical supremac...

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H'S'iihflM. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 31 August 1861

H'S'iihflM. I iornir.ii Dierick drowned himself recently, at f'.vans' l!ar, Trinity river. .Jam?:; Kerry was killed lately, near Weaverville, by a limb of a tree which ho was cutting down. Park liuurkc was shot dead at Dry crock by a man named Thompson, wlio.se- wife had been insulted by deceased, A bear and bull fight is advertised at Red Uluir, we thought this beastly business was played out in this state. I*. O'Xeal, a drayman of Stockton, 'died 011 Monday, from injuries received in a runaway. % At Vreka 011 the 2&amp;lt;3th, a man named White was shot dead with a ritle by a man named Jones. Prince Xapoleon had returned to X. York at latest accounts, Ho visited .Manassas, t\nd will make a short tour through the '.Vest before leaving the country. Joseph Hall, of Yrekn, was shot recently'at Klamath Lake, by an Indian known as Long Joliu. 'i'he Sacramento I'nion says : V/e learn with regret that the Private Secretary of Governor Downey, George Wallace, has resigned, lie has for ...

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Patriotic Fund. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 31 August 1861

Patriotic Fund. The undersign having been appointed by the State Central Committees oi' the Republican and Union Democratic Parties, a Committee to receive and disbur.se any and all contributions that may be made on the day of the next election, September 4th, for the relief cf the sick and wounded of our Army and Navy, and the destitute families of &amp;lt; such, would take this method to urge upon our patriotic citizens to come liberally and nobly to the relief of the brave defenders of the Union. To this end let a contribution box be placed at the polls m each precinct. The Judges of Election will send the amount collected to the County Clerk of each County respectively, taking his receipt .therefor, and forwarding said receipt to the Chairman of the Committee, and the County Clerk will forward all sums received by them to the Chairman of the Committee, through Wells, l (, argo Co., carefully directed, and labelled "Patriotic Fund." Ira P. llankin, Chairman, Sam'l J. llcnslcy...

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I'roiii H'aslioc. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 31 August 1861

I'roiii H'aslioc. The following is from the Virginia City Enterprise of August 24th : The I'iiion Convention met at Carsr r. City on the .&amp;gt;2d, and nominated Charles l'h Only for Delegate to Congress. Thomas Lyon went into shoe store in Virginia City threatening to shoot the owner because of some political remarks, and did fire at him. Another person threw a stone at Lyon who ran a little way, and then turned and fired again, striking a third person in the abdomen .and kiliing him. The citizens came very near hanging Lyon. The Secession Democracy had their Territorial Convention at Silver City 011 the 22d. and nominated AN'. F. Anderson for Delegate to Congress. Charles 11. JJryan will be the t'nioii Domocratlv :..\Tt ni:.—This "body, bv the t'rms of the Organic Act, is to cop sib!, of 9 Counciknen and li} Representutives, which may be increased. the former to 1 ;i and the latter to '26 members. In the e::em»e of the discretion conferred upon him, the Governor lias in- . c...

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BY POMY EXPRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 31 August 1861

BY POMY EXPRESS. St. Louis, August 19. Foreign relations are attracting the attention of Government at present. The Administration will maintain their right to close the rebel ports at all hazards. The subject is now under consideration between our Government and the Governments of England and France. It is believed that our rights will be fully conceded. Gen. Butler has been- authorized to raise a division of .3,000 men in Massachusetts. lie has been granted leave of absence to superintend the organization in person. It is reported that Gen. Roseneranz's small command is in a precarious position in the mountain gap in the neighborhood of Big Spring, and is cut off from water by the rebels. Tilghman is organizing a rebel force ■ in the lower counties of Maryland. Kentucky and Tennessee are constituted a sepcrate Military District under Gen. Robert Anderson, called the Department of Cumberland. Gen. Resencranz has been authorized to accept regiments from Western Virginia, which he is...

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