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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 13 April 1861
(Carts. DAN'L T. TAYLOR, Notary Public &amp; Conveyancer. DEEDS, MORTGAGES, LEASES, POWER OF ATTORNEY, And (ill other LEGAL DOCUMENTS, drawn with dispatch. DEPOSITION S taken to he used in all the Courts of this State. Examiner of Deeds and SK ARCHER OF RECORDS. Hollas been familiar with the titles of REAL ESTATE in this county since 1850. Clerk's "Office, San Rafael. m 23 6m JNO. H. HARALSON, ATTORNEY AT LAW, SAN RAFAEL, MARIN CO. march 23—ly THOS. H. HANSON, Jttonui) at iatu, AND NOTARY PUBLIC, SAN RAFAEL, MARIN CO. m 23 tf CAL. I Charles F. Robbins, Importer and Dealer m TYPE, PRESSES, Printing Material, Inks, Card Stock. Nos. 11l and 113 Clay Street, m 23—ly SAN FRANCISCO. PAINTER &amp; CO. Ql Practical Printers and Dealers in Type, Presses, Printing Materials, Ink, Paper, Cards, rfr. 510 Clay Street, above Sans"" v ic, J. ». painter, i SAN FRANCISCO. t. x. fainter. S CJ** Offices fitted out with T. b. painter. ) dispatch. march 23—ly INFORMATION WANTED eF SIMON ...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 13 April 1861
§:tn Tuifarl Institute AND BOARDING SCHOOL. Under the charge of the Rev H. Gilbert. Miss JULIA C. GILBERT, Principal The first Session will commence in January—to continue 4 months. The Second Session will commence in the middle of May, and continue 3 1-2 months. The Third Session will commence on the 15th of September, anc continue until Nov. 30th. TERMS. Board and "Washing, per month 20,00 Tuition, in Primary Department 3,00 Higher English, 4,00 Ancient and Modem Languages, extra 2,00 Music, iustrumental with use of Piano 8,00 Drawing, 3,00 Scholars will find ample accommodations in the Institute Building with the teacher, and be provided with well furnished Rooms. This Institute commands a fine view of the bay of San Francisco, and is situated in one of the most delightful valleys in the state. m 23—tf FOR SALE. The Subscribers offers for sale their entire stock of HORSES, MARES &amp; COLTS about 60 in number, tame and wild,; amongst them are a number of good SADDLE I HOU...
OUR AGENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 13 April 1861
OUR AGENTS. Coimtv lournat, SAN BAFAEL, APRIL 13. Two*. Boyce. corner of Washiugton and i ( Montgomery * treats, Francisco. 11. T. Jones, Nova to. Ladies' National Mon-|| i uknt Society," organized in 1859, ( for the purpose of raising funds for the! completion of the Washington Monu-j ment, has been received with much fa- j Tor in most of the States in the Union,) and in none has aid been more liberally &gt; extended, than in California. The Lady Vice President of thiss tate, j has appointed Mrs. Oliver Irwin of this j place, Collecting Agent, to receive all: (lonatigns that may be ofTered for this patriotic and National work, By the l regulations of Society, the name ol 1 every person contributing fifty cents or morf, is enrolled among the Archives of I the Society as a Life Member; and wo j should think that but few American; Citizens could be found among us un-1 willing to contribute their mite in thus I patriotically commemorating the Na-j tions' Illustrious Dead. An th...
PONY EXPRESS.' | j IVcw iJlcxico Socccded. r Later from Europ®. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 13 April 1861
PONY EXPRESS.' | j IVcw iJlcxico Socccded. r Later from Europ®. Pony arrive d at Fort Churchhill on the Hth. Wc extract the following from the S. F. Herald : New Mexico has joined the Southern Confederacy, find Fort Marcy had been ' surprised and taken possession of. The eastern portion of Arizona arc in favor qf secession. It is rumored that the President will; attempt to re-inforcc Fort "Sumter, and I 'aid lor Fort Pickens had been accom-j plished. The Indians had oommitted great | havoc in Texas in consequence of the! withdrawal of the U. S. troops. No appointments for the Pacific coast ! are mentioned. Mr. Rives made a strong Union ''speech in the Virginia convention which lis stfl in session. Secession feeling i appears on the increase in that state, j Fkom Europe.—Messina, the last | place held by the Bourbons was unconditionally surrendered —jOO prispniers taken.
Froui Sacramento* [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 13 April 1861
Froui Sacramento* &amp;y\Ve copy from the S. P. Herald ' of the 12th the following : Capt. A. Hammond, of Alder creek, ! was found murdered in his bed on yes- } terdav morning. j The House has passed the bill approi printing $15,000 for the Stato Agricul- ! tural Society. I Pgr the "Journal." | Mr. Editor— The following is copied from the [Census return for the year 1860.— ; Xo. of children under 4 years of age, 2 30. Over 1 years, and under 18, 39GMalcs, ;J4G. Females, 310. Orphans, . * 24. Twins, 7. Spanish children, ' 97. For this number of children, only one organized District School in the County —and only one that has ever drawn any public money for school purposes, [(about $250, or $300.) This does not | speak well for those, whose business it | is, to attend to the interests of education ] in this county. It is highly necessary j 1 for the benefit of the rising generation,! that some immediate steps be taken, lor j establishing public schools, in every ' school distr...
. COMMERCIAL. / : [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 13 April 1861
. COMMERCIAL. / : SAN FRANCISCO PRICES. Friday Evening, april 12th. Flour, $4 75 a $5 00 Wheat,2c Barley, 1 a 1 1-^ Oats, per 100 lbs. $1 36 , Corn, " $1 40 Potatoes,. 4Gc a GOc per sack, Ilay, $9 00 per ton
IJgt of Letters, [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 13 April 1861
IJgt of Letters, Remaining in thf Po?t Office at San Rafael, April J3tb 1861. Adams, Jqhn C. Hart, R. Bates, H. F, J. Brjones Gregorio v Hanah, WntBarnard, Stephen Hull, Jesse C. Broussiau, M. Knight, J. VV. Braekett, Thomas, Lucas, Mr*. M. D, Baron, Win. Louck, G. I'. Barbioche, Tres. Lagrange, L. Balke, Ch. Meaeham, David Bowker, C. C. 2 Miner, W E. Bourg, Frank Peach, John, Bertrauot. Honore Peralta, D. F. Clark, Miss Pernsallaux, Leon Chambers, Charles Reed, John'J. Critzcr, G. W. Schwartz, Goorge Damon, Levi W. Stefunt, Cabriajl | Djpo.ut, F. Smith, Daniel Deurcll, Peter 2 Simpson, (j. W. , Eden, U. Skefton, James 2 iEldridge, F. D. 2 Shipley, Duncan I jEwing, W. A. D. 2Samporb, A. j | Finslenr, Ed. Shcpard, R. A. j Garland, J. W. 2 Swiesau, Ernst 2 '.Goi'don, M. M. Westgate, J. F. Gordon, G. \\*. Walsh, Daniel j Gordon, A. Wheelock, A. G, 31 .Goubron Lessvre 2Young, Joseph • Gillinore, W. Yates, Chester Hinckley, L. 2 Ziglcr, Th. Hewitt, J. C. jyg--Persons calling for these le...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 13 April 1861
SPECIAL NOTICES. Is much to be regretted that while' iu the enjoymont of health, so little attention is paid by many to the preservation of so in-1 estimable a blessing. Luxurious living, hab-1 its of indolence, exposure to sudden changes j oi temperature, and neglect of the premonitory symptoms os disease, are the precursors of many fatal maladies. Taken upon the; fust indication of an attack, if any thing will. relieve the sufferer, purify the blood, restore ■ a vigorous circuliftiQn, and through})" rcno-1 vate system, it is Sand's Sarsaparilla, F.X. KAST, Soleagent of the well known': house of A. Seihebmck, Philadelphia, whose. goods are recognised by the trade, as being j better in quality of stock, -workmanship and j style, than any other house in the world, has, now opened Sample Lots at his extensive j AVarerooms, 214 California Street. The attention of the trade is invited. See adver- j tisenicnt. Hoabdman's Yeast Powder.—This &lt;ir- j tide of Yeast Powder will rend...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 13 April 1861
FOR KEHT. ' A new two-story cottage, pleasantly i J situated in San Rafael, containing seven Ljjij | rooms harcl finished, with wood-house,*"™" i wash-house and stable attached. Also, u j well of water in the yard. The lot is 150 feet squure. 'l'o a good tenant this property will be rented low. For further information apply at this oliicc. a 13 tf I h. ESMKIIY. (J. ANGKI.J.OTTI. ESMERY 3t ANGELOTTI, DEALERS IX . Liquor* mid Provision, RUED RANCHO. 1 a 13 —Cm THE VERMONT MOWER AND COMMIXED Reaper and Mower, FOR THE HARVEST OF 1801. The attention of Farmers is invited to the Celebrated Vermont Reaper and Mower, which is unsurpassed for SIMPLICITY, Durability convenience and -thronghness of work. | .The high estimation in which this Machine jis held by those farmery who have used it, justifies th; expectation, that, with the late ' improv meats it will become the LKADIXO I MACHINE when its superior qualities are generally known. Some points of cjcccllencv ami peculiar uilcaiilai/e whic...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 13 April 1861
Dr. J V C. YOtlG, Late Professor of the University of Pennsylvania, ran be found at his private Medical Office and Hospital, No. 751 Clay Street, ! Opposite the S. "W. corner of the Plaza. SAX"f RAX CISCO. A V "HERE he can- be consulted privately, \ V and with tlie utmost confidence by the, afflicted, at all hours daily, from y a. m. to i 8 1". M. Dr. Yocno addresses those who are suffer- i ing under the affliction of private disease,;; whether arising from impure connection or: i the terrible vice of self-abuse. Devoting his ; entire time to that particular branch of the i medical profession, he feels warranted in ] ovAitAXTF.EiXfi .v erne ix all CASUS,whether of long standing pr recently contracted, entirely removing the dregs of disease from the | system, and making a perfect and permanent cure. He would call the attention of the afflicted to the lact of Ins long standing and well- | earned reputation, furnishing sufficient assu- , i ranee of his skill and success. i Upwards of 0...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 13 April 1861
£;tn Safari $Egt Cos.,' GENERAL OFFICE, | AT THE MARIN HOTEL. W. 1..' nAIIN AIID, } e. 11. vomeroy, &gt; Proprietors, JAMES ALLISON. J |l Stages leave daily for San Qucntin, eOn-! necting with the l'ctaluma and Sau Francisco j, steamers; ami returning, leave Sau Quintiu upon the arrival of the steamers from San j 1 Francisco. The Company are prepared to furnish tho public with Carriages, Buggies, AND SADDLE HORSES at reasonable rates. r attention paid to IIOP SES oniivcry. E. 11. I'OMEROY, A/t. i nvio—tf ! . I I ' i . | 3V 0 T I C E . V Meeting of the Stockholders of the j " DIXOX SPRING WATER COM-| PANY," will be held at the office of said; Company, in San Rafael. ON MONDAY. !22NU OF APRIL, 1861, at •&gt; o'clock, P. M. The object of slid meeting is to increase • the stock of said Company to eight thousand dollars. C. M. UROSNAN, \ m 23 td T. MAIION. Trustee*, j i ! " * I HOTEL INTERNATIONAL. JACKSON STREET, A few doors above Montgomery, S. F. FOSTER &amp; C...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 13 April 1861
I Better than Preston ft Merrill's, ak® \y LESS PRICES. BOARBMAWS Challenge Yeast Powder, FULLY GUARANTEED. If not satisfactory, the money will b« returned. For sale bv all Jobber*, and by " J. C. WINANB, 60 California Street, Who will also act as Commission Agent for purchasing all kinds of Goq4» tn SO W. WILLIAMS, WITH D . HAUSER, DEALER IN PfJ. $oots &amp; No. 102 Commercial Street, BETWEEN SAN SOME &amp; LEIDSDORFP, SAN FRANCISCO. fp23—3 a i p ' I , i ! BoGRANBMONT ft CHARROW, VETINARY SURGEONS AND BLACKSMITHS. | Am. work entrusted to our enre will b« promptly attended to, and executed at the ; lowest rates. • wagons of all kinds made to or. ' dev. Repairing also done on short notieo. | in 30—tf $«0 REWARD. | I will pay the above reward for informaI tion that will lead to the recovery of an | AiftM'rifiiii Hare, ' about 4 years old, of a light bay •or semita color, black mane and tail*, L I ? \ | star in the forehead, and branded yn the left hip with a F ll—the F...
A TRIP TO MONO LAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 13 April 1861
A TRIP TO MONO LAKE. Utariu Countg gounul. SAN RAFAEL, APRIL 13. — : For the "Journal." It is now about one year since that 1 , I was living at Tehachewa valley, (about ] j 100 miles north of Los Aageles,) andj having the misfortune to see a newspa- j per occasionally, and swallowing the 1 reports that were published in regard t to the Mono Lake country, I flattered' myself that the time had now come for! me to partly retrieve my shattered for-J' tunes, resolved on trying the experi- ] ment. I accordingly packed up my 1 traps, mounted my mule, and on the ' 22nd of March struck out for the new country, with three companions. Our' route lay through Walker's Basin, from 1 thence to Kern River, up the south ' fork of this stream several miles, then j through Walker's pass to the desert,4 from whence we travelled due north to Owen's Lake. This lake is about fifteen or twenty miles long, and half that| distance in width; the water is clear : 1 but quite brackish—at this point arc some of ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 13 April 1861
NOTICE. V Mooting of the Stockholders of the "DIXON SPUING WATEIt COMPANY," will be held at the office of wiid Company, in San Rafael, ON MONDAY, 22NI&gt; OF APRIL, 18G1, at 5 o'eloek, P. M. The ohjeet of said meeting is to increase the stock of said Company to eight thousand dollars. C. M. UROSNAN, i m 23 td T. MAIION. Trustees. | I " - | DeGRANDMONT &amp; CHARRON, VETINARY SURGEONS AND BLACKSMITHS. j Am. work entrusted to our care will be promptly attended to, and executed at the j lowest rates. ! WACONS of all kinds made to order. Repairing also done on short notice. [ m 30—tf I ' ' I - §&gt;;m "ilafacl J&gt;tagcCos., GENERAL OFFICE, AT THE MARIN HOTEL, W. L. BARNARD, k. M. pomkroy, &gt; Proprietors. JAMES ALLISON. ) Stages leave daily for San Qucntin, connecting with the l'etaluma and San Francisco | steamers; anil returning, leave San Quintin 1 upon the arrival of the steamer* from San Francisco. | The Company are prepared to furnish the ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 13 April 1861
Jno. D. Arthub Wm, N. Arthur. «!. D. ARTHUR * SON, Importers and Jobbers of Agricultural Implements, OF ALL KINDS. 18 6 1 1 Reapers and Combined MACHINES. 1 Wp. now offer for sale the celebrated Nnv York Reaper ani&gt; Mow k 11, made expressly j for California by Warder &amp; Child, at Springfield Ohio. ! We have sold the above make of Machines for the last five years, with increased sales ev--1 cry year. One hundred and seventy six of I these Reapers, were sold last year, all of which gave the most perfect satisfaction as being the '■ most durable,light running and complete Reajper and Mower in use. Extra parts always ; on hand. i Also, Ketcoum's Mower. Improved for 1861. Said to be the best single Mower ev--1 er made. Also, the Vermont Mower and Reaper. A i light-draft; cuts o feet; suitable for small farms. ! Also, Hall's; Pitts' &amp; Russell's, Threshers, | Powers, etc. , Bradley's Patent Horse Rakes, j Revolving Horse Rakes, all sizes. ! Hay and Barley ...