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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 7 December 1861

} | Scovill's AMI — STIMjIXUIA, ' on : Blood aud EJvor Syrup* IT is liiijhiy recommcnd* <1 by physicians to, cure the diseases, having tljcir' I origin in a disordered Mate of the blood: Scrofula, Titter or S tit Rheum, Scald head, Canker, liiceiirtions and Enlarge* lueiit of the Joints, Cancerous Tikisois, Ery sijwlas King's E'll, St. Anthony's Eire, Obstinate Eruptions, White Swellings, l\mples on the l". tee, Rheumatism, l'lotches, Pustules Dyspt psi i, etc.; Syphilitic and Mercuti- | al at!' clions aie eon d; Chlorosis or obstructions in Females, E-ncorrhca or | I I Whites, are relieved by the •' Use of litis Medicine. i The medicinal properties of Sarsnparilla j in conjunction with Sailinui i are well known ' by all tiiid'.enl men to be the best compound ] I yet discovered to el. tnse and purity '.Ik jOlood. and t indicate all humors from the !>js-i I tcin. J We have given the r<uipe to most physi- ' ,cians in the country, that they may know *1 ...

Publication Title: Marin Journal
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 7 December 1861

BROOKLYN HOTEL, ' COIIXEH OF HItUADWAY AND SANSOME STS., SAX fuax- iiiijl CISCO. [mllK Proprietor of this well known and i J. old established house is still at his old:] I tricks —feeding the public for the low sum t of six doi.l.vus ]>er week, and the cry is "Still they come!" This Hotel was established in ISand the proprietor pfoudly appeals to its well-known reputation, and at the same time pledges himself to use every endeavor to add to the comfort and convenience of his 1 guests. The llrooklyn Hotel WA(;()N will always he ready on the wharf on the arivalof the steamers, to convey pasengcrs and their baggage to the House, free of charge. To prevent imposition, b? positive and see that t HKOOKLYX IIOTEE is painted in large ■ letters on the sides of the wagon. Hoard, per day, $1,00, " per week, 4,00, Meals, .00, Eodgings per veck, ,'VJ to $ I, Single 1 looms, .00. JOI'.X KF.I.EEY, Jit., oct 's—3m Proprietor. FREEMAN & SIMPSON ]?3asfsso3s:> WSii^ky...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 7 December 1861

BLOCK, LEVY & CO.. SAN RAFAEL, WOULD respectfully inform the citizens of San Rafael and vicinity, that they have on hand, and are constantly receiving, a full assortment of General Merchandise, which they will sell at unprecedented low prices, and consisting in part as follows; Coats, Pants, Vests, Shirts, Drawers, Eoots, SHOES, HATS & CAPS And in fact cverv articlo suitable fur GENTLEMAN'S WEAR —ALSO— A FIXE ASSORTMENT OF LADIES' GOODS, consisting in part as follows: DcLainoji, Cashmeres, Mcrinoos, Silks, Shawls, Cloaks, Flann»l», Linens, Laces, Embroideries, Mantillas, Hosiery, &e. ALSO u chiec lot of G I! 0 C E 11 I E S FLO 17.'. sen AH, coffee, TEA, fi'l'llAll, SOAP, 1 j:a<">x, hams, caxdi.es. jams, jellies, nil I'IU IT. l'illKD lEUIT, ■and in fmt cvry :irtl. l« cor.ncetcd with the Grocery department. « A I/ O a choice- lot of (fvotluvi) f: iljavMiuivf, Hun''- nnd ('••llin-' Aic. Nads, Lock*, llutts. 1!111-.. . I'll . we ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 7 December 1861

GROVER & BAKER'S FIRST PREMIUM NOISELESS FAMILY 1 j? titling HUJmus, : : i 1 At Greatly Reduced Priccs ! ! 1 At Greatly Reduced Prices! ! At Greatly Rwduccd Priccs! !! BGO AND UPWARD. $60 AND UPWARD. #C 0 AXD UPWARD. !; 25 per cent Discount! 25 per ccnt Discount!! 23 per cent Discount!!! FROM: OUR i'ORMJJJi I'll ICES | The great success attending the introduction «f our new style Family Sewing Machines in this State (m in all others) lias prompted certain unprincipled and unreliable parties t» endeavor to force upon the public, certain, t>o called Cheap Machines, ■which, either by legal injunctions or from ' their own inherent defects, have long since | died out in the Eastern States. IT IS OUR DETERMINATION TO SUPrLY JL GOOD MACHINE ATA LOW PRICE, that the purchaser may, as past instances experience in the purchase of tin- lais-named "Cheap Sewing Machine-!," a d; ;.r bargain and a waste of money. THE WORLD WIDE REPUTATION or tiie exovzn * SF.IVUTVtt 2IACZ2IL...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 7 December 1861

WJI. s. Justico of the Pcace. Special attention will be paid to drawing. Deed*, Mortgages, Leases, Powers of Attor-| ncv, and taking the acknowledgments thereto' Justices of the Pcace 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. Also, may take and certify the acknowledgement of a married woman to any such conveyance of real estate; Wood's Digest, p 102, sec. '21. Olliee, Court House Buihling, San ocr 12 —ly DIS. J.Browne, 01!) Kearney st., cor. Commercial, San Francisco, Physician j and Operating Surgeon, Member of the Royal College of London and Edinburgh, Graduate of the Universities of London and Edinburg, first Prizes for Anatomy and ■ Chemistry, and Second for Medical Jurisprudence for the above named Unive sities, Honorary Physicians to the Edinburg Lying-in-Hospital, and Surg to (ila-gow Lock o-pital, beg to call the attention ol' the p...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 7 December 1861

iMARIN HOTEL,' SAN RAFAEL. JOSE ANGELLOTTI, 1 m 23 tf PROPRIETOR. | " "COCK-TAIL NOTICE." i mllE public lire cheerfully invited to try a X newly di-covered bevel age, known us "CHAPO COCK-TAIL." This drink is composed of various healthy simples—produces appetite—strcng lien- the stoiuaeh, and has a delicious iluvor. Sold only at "TORRES EXCiIANOi'"," No 1 1!) Commercial Street, San Francisco. AVSSO. SE pone en eonocimi nto* d 1 publico nil nuevo dcscubrinu-nto d 1 mejor I,icon del mundo, eonoeido eon el nombre de lAPO COCK-TWL." t^« E-tc lieor eonipuc-to de simple. nuiy saldnble-; ahre el apetito es di'irctii -o, e-'omatal v tieno un gusto sumamcute ngrndahle. Se von do solaiuente en la e-.tabl -eiiniento de Tomtits Exchangi:, Calle Commercial, No 710, San Francisco. jc2'J —tf TORR E S ' EXCH k IG E, ! | No. 716 Commercial Btreet, Opposite the National Theatre, S a. : J "liAj'jOiCCC. rpTIE "EXCHANGE" U firnieed -.vi'h I the best of ROOMS, and choice WIN KS . AN'l) LIQUORS. vlnlltf T...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 7 December 1861

.9. C. Liitc Professor of the University of Pennsylvania, can be found at his private j Modical Ollico and Hospital, X<>. I~> 1 C'Ull/ Slrrrt, Oppo ate the S. W. corner of the l'la/.a, SAX KiIAX ISCO. \ tfIIHHK he can I) e consulted priva'ely, \V and with the utmost coutideiiec by tue 'adlictcd, a:all hours daily, lYuni !) a. m. to 8 I'. M. 3)it. V'orxi; addresses those who are siilferng ttitd.T the a Miction of private di-oaso, vhetlier arising from impure connection or the terrible vie-of s •lf-alm-.e. Djvo'ing liicutiro time to that particular branch of the medical profe<-ion, he feels ua.railed in (>r vitAN ri:i:iN(i Acrnmx ai. masks,who her of long ft an ling or ree 11 ly con rac oil, entirely removing ;h ■ dreg- of ili tVo:n lire system, and making a perfect and perman 11c cure. lie would call the a'ten'.ionof the alllictcd to the f I ,r of his lting standing and wolle irn \1 :• ;> ita'ion, f.r lii-hing .-lldici...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 7 December 1861

Mercury in no form enters into the remedies adopted hy Dr. Young.—Mercury has been named not inaptly "The Curse of Man," as, uniL'.' the treacherous garb of a restorer, it bequeaths the most terrible disease. We do not see it a once, but, hidden at hidden benea'h th ■ fair surface, it poisons the blood, d_'->troys the nervous and muscular system, . previring the actions of the joints, and rendering wrcohed. under the name of rheumnti m, "lie life of the siilferer, '-The remedy U wor-cthun the di-ea-c," as many a poor rri;>pl d. mi-erable toothless wretch will say, whil j poinlng to hi s decayed jaws and ulcerous quills he tells of its ravages—or at his swoll u join' - and body marked with purple oi l ad .11-colored i-ores which speak of his pain , and again a* his impaired, rvixed dig • -tion. which tells of wretched days and si.' ']>le-s nigh's. Wars ago. Dr. Young saw that evil, and humani'y poured the road he should take. Car t;tl study and earnes...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 14 December 1861

THE MARIN COUNTY JOURNAL. VOL. 1. SAN RAFAEL, MARIN CO. CAL. SATURDAY, DEC'R. 14, 1861. NO 39

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Freedom of tlic l*ress. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 14 December 1861

Freedom of the Press. "Mr. President, do gentlemen propose to us seriously that we shall stop the right of free discussion; that we shall refrain the expression of free opinion everywhere on all subjects and at all times? Why sir, in our land, if there be any base enough, to blaspheme the Maker that created him, or the Saviour that died for him, we have no power to stop him. If there be the most bitter, unjust and vehement denunciation upon all the principles of morality and goodness, on which humane socity is based, i and on which it may most securely stand we have for great and overruling reasons connected with liberty itself, no power to restrain it. Private character, public service, individual relations—neither these, nor age, nor sex, can be, in the nature of our Government exempt from that liability to attack. * * * * Sir, the liberty of the press is the highest safeguard to all free government. — Ours could not exist without it. It is with us, nay, with all men, like a great...

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A Loving Girl in a Pet. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 14 December 1861

A Loving Girl in a Pet. Well, let him go, or let him st'iy, 1 do not mean to (lie; I guess he'll find that I ean live Without him, if I try. He thought to frighten me with frowns So terrible and black, Ile'll stay awhile--a thousand years— Before I ask him back.. lie said that I had actcd wrong, And foolishly, beside; I won't forgive him after that— • I woikl'iit if I died! If I was >vrong, what right had he To be so cross with me ? I know I'm not an angel quite— I don't pretend to be. lie had another sweetheart once, And now, when we fall out, lie always says she was not cross, And that slis did not pout. It is enough to vex a saint, It's more than I can bear; I wish that precious girl of his Was—well I "don't care where. He thinks that she is pretty, too— As beautiful as good; I wonder if she'd get him back Again now, if she could? I know she will—and there she is— She lives almost in sight, And now it's after nine o'clock— l'erhaps he's there to-night! I'd almost write...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 14 December 1861

MAHiN JOURNAL T |JOB OFFICE./; qVJ The Proprietor would respectfully\F' j}\inform the public that he is now, f / Jprepared to execute till kinds of Job \ ffV)Printing, such as {[■ !•/ Wamj.lU, . X c\j ~f'u (/it/IIIIIICS, {'[' V) fitnt/nu, (.V' A) v/' 'Manrl-m, V (\ t\) $a/l=&rfrr!h H' Vy f j J'<or, \ yj) JHeccijrJi r $ it'it iris, f f. In a stylo inferior to none,""and at £ <jTwhort notice. >'%• P3ZT3CAIL. _ Romombraiicas. Oh, say do you remember, Tom, •Our childhood's happy hours: "When on the lea we sported, Tom, Amidst the fields and flowers r 01 - , thou wert happy then, Tom, Metliinks I see thee yet, "With rougidi eyes and ruddy cheeks, And curl 4 as black a; jet. 'Have you forgot old Dash, Tom, The best of nil liis ki d? Though but a brute, he put to shame Men who possess'd a mind; For he did not fawn for favors, Tom, As men do in our days, Xo, no, he'd scorn such base designs, For his ware honest ways. I hope the hand of time, Tom,...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 14 December 1861

t>iYi\i: SEMVICE. The Kev. It. (,'arberry will preach at the School House, Novato, on Sunday the 22nd nt December inst., at 114 o'clock, A. M. i. ii. si\<a:R & to'si NKW SITI-R FAMILY SEWING MACHINES. We have just received a lot of our letter "A" Machine*, with improved Face Plate. The improvements recently made in thin Machine make it what h,i« long been deaired by families in want <>' a Machine for doing Wavy as well as light work. lly the improvement in the Face l'laiaand new arrangeaeat of the thread, the breaking of needlea and thread i» altogether obviated. Always on hand Machine* for TAILORING, SIIOEMAKINU GAITER * MA TTRESS BINDING, HOOT-FITTING, HI.OVE MAKING, HARNESS Ac LEATHER WOMK CARRIAGE TRIMMItTG, And all branch?* of manufacturing whet* Sewing Machines are used. Also oil hand, a supply of Silk, every color end size, from the finest for «titchmg, to heavy cilk for embroidering—all of l»ur own manufacture and auper...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 14 December 1861

&ri* ctynscquuuco of the late storm the telegraph has been out of order | since the 6th, and no dispatches has been received from the seat of war up to the present time. The correspondence of the San Francisco papers, received by the Overland mail, gives the details of the operations of our fleet on the Southern coast, and the success ofV our arms every where. These achieve- L ments appear to have created a despoil- - dency in the hearts of the rebel leaders and a disaffection amonst the people whom they have so ingloriously deceived and wronged. The people in; several of the secc'ded States evidently! manifest a disposition to return to their allegiance and yet beloved flag and country. Everything seems to assure us that JcfT. Davis and his confederates are beginning to think about their bitter end. The seerot associations of, large numbers of Union men in Xor-j folk, New Orleans and in Tennessee, although strongly suspected by, if not known to the military authorities,...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 14 December 1861

COMMERCIAL. S.IX FIUNCISCO PIiICES. Evening, Dec. 13th.] Fx,oi:R, 00 Wheat, 1 75®1 90 Barley, 80ta/85 Oats, 1 05'a)l 10 Brax, 13 22 Corn, 1 37(a)\ 50 Bkaxs, s®Bc Potatoes, 1 \2<aj\ 25 l Onions, lfa)ljc (xunny Bags, 17®25c Butter, California, 28fcD33c " Oregon, 16/0)25 " Isthmus, 35^5)37^ | Cheese, California, 12£®15 Bacon 14^5)1.5 Hams, California, 16®17 ! I'ork, • * 22 50/®23 50 Hay, 18 00 ——————■mmmmmmmmm——mmmmmmmmm SPECIAL NOTICES. ; Sausapauili.ia—has long been endorsed by , the medical faculity as a mild, safe and effee- ! five aperiet alternative. To extend its usei fulness, all the scientific appliances of modern chemistry have been put in requistion by | Messrs. Sands, to obtain a pure extract of its medicinal properties. Combining therejwih vegetable products, they are enabled with confidence to offer to the public a sure 'and certain remedy for all diseases'arising jt'rom impurity of the blood, or derangment i of the biliary functions. j SciIHKIIIKit's Pt'LO AND...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 14 December 1861

Olj> Magnolia Whisky.—This pure nrtiple of whisky, imported only by S. C. Shaw has been before the California public for the list t«n years, and its already large and constantly increasing sales warrants the conclu sion that it is the purest articlc of 1 jquor and! the best whisky ever sold. The character and standing of the Eastern House, who solely devote themselves to manufacture and sales of over two millions gallons of tl'is article per year, are a guarantee of its merits. Special Notice'.—The best purifier of the Blood—fall's Sarsaparilla. NOTICE. TO whom it may concern:—All persons doing business that requires a license, •re hereby notified that unless they procure the same, they will incur the penalty in such cases made and provided. Licenses can he obtained at the Sheriff, 's Oflice. San Rafael. V. D. DOUB, Sheriff and ex-officio Tax Collector. December, 11th. 1861. dl 4 COIJATY wiKEAVrs. THE following Co in'y Warrants are now due, and will be paid on prevention ...

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