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Marin County Journal COUNTING-HOUSE l? LENDAR, FOEL TK 5] lEAK 1812. • [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 28 December 1861

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flavin Conntit lounutl. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 28 December 1861

flavin Conntit lounutl. San Rafael,Pcccinl>er 28, 1801. California College.—We have received tlio catalogue of the: "College of California and Collie School, ' situated at Oakland. Tliis excellent institution appears to be in a flourishing condition, one hundred and thirty-four students being in attendance during t'uc past year. The Sacramento Union is informed from a sourcc entitled to credit, that President Lincoln is assured by scientific persons, that he is soon to be blessed with an addition to liis family, j The Sonoma Democrat says a man known as "Threc-fingcred-Jack, was killed ft the mouth ot the Nevarl*o river, in couut\, last Week, by a man named Hargrave. "John, who was the wisest man.* •'Don't know, sir." "Yes you do. Tell me." "Well, 1 guess it was my uncle*. for father savs lie was so cunning as to get leverv body to trust him,and was t fool enough to pay nobody." A (> )ui> Oresis s.—There an f.»ur paper» published i'i the town of Plae...

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By 0/arh.ul Tolojraph. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 28 December 1861

By 0/arh.ul Tolojraph. — o w St. I.nuis, Dec. 2 ). —There has been ji Cabinet Conference in Washington on the Sli.l• 11-M Hon affair. Our Govcrn'n?ut savs there must be no war 011 account of the seizure. On Pop.' of tliw Federal army, re-1 ccntly p irsued a|» irtion ol l'rij s army near Springfield, and succeeded in capturing one hundred and fiity men. lie also captured quite a train of provisions. liiliert Hilcy, of San Francisco,has been appointed Consul at M in/.aiullo, Mexico. The dispatches of the British Minister. receive ! at Washington, are reported to be more sensible and mod'rate, than the representations of the British press would lead to believe, Xulning peremptory or imperative is addressed to (Mir Government and no di ii :;ilty presented to their view but w hie.il can and will 1»2 settled hv diplrn lev. Geo. \V. Jones, ex-Minister to Bogo-i ta, was arrested at New \ork yesterday! by ord.'r of Secretary reward, and sent to Fort Lafayette. A crr->at ii"gro ins...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 28 December 1861

SPECIAL ?13TSCE3. Scinr.iiir.u's Pru'Axn llr.nmvn Di.i'ot.| —The cntiro four story building 1)1 Sun . so n • sfi" 't 11 'iir S i-ra ivn'o, s now o'-u--pi 'I'nS Vnb m-'s f )r vit I'nlu 1? 1 lin'; nporiu n, aiul i- *'>'* only on 'of 'h'j kin 1 on 1 thU-ou*. in''v ln'»rior or I -rin-ii n" "lonlv fuvni-h tlip si?." mi 1 nbo'it tlu \v 'i {V, \vm"'i can b > forward • I as w 11 as f Hou ;h fll"V w T" r»vnvn*, liv '"i ir or o'V'rwi; •. Also anv'hiu','in *ho 1» ■ 1 ling;, or Vi'isc f'ir li 'iin, r lin • fami h '<1 fron fliii n n *mn Ord ts ii - 'ooi i ini • I '»y ca-h. - Kuu's ilw'i Ur.<To»!vrivr. —This is f . n _ tirily aho n • »»ro l'i "'io'i'nn I'vu li 'mi 1> ■- fir" thi> nu'ilic forth* la t. five vstr-. I» t» •• I • l»'i f a t' i'il 'o c >"vin" n ill l if ;, s Orij'nal wrt'.'fl 'a'" of 'rin If ''I • in this St| t »r. ur" in 'h" of th" i" t> unable h(llH<* Of K- Co. Sec A'lv.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 28 December 1861

j San ns* Saksafahii.i.a. —Investigation and, experiment have demonstrated that upon the | condition of the blood, depends the healthj of the body. Consequently, which disease in the shape of scrofula, erysipelas, ulcers, | liver complaint, &e.,ap-j pear, it is at once evident that impurities have been C"S ui leretl in the blood which aiv worki s? their way to the surface. This celebrated Kxtract will speedilyptuify blood, c((' ali/: the cireula'ioa, improve the appe-i ti'e, impart tone ami vigor to the system, and gradually, but surely, extripate the dis-' i °asc. 1 Oi.d Maonoi.tv AVimshy.—This pure articl: of whisky, import • I only by S. ('. Shaw j lias I)■•en b.'fore the California public for the I last ten years, and its already large andeons'an'ly sides warrants the eonclu sion that i' i; the pnrest article of liquor and the best whisky ever sold. The charac'er and standing of the Eastern House, wlyj ;solely (1 .'vote 'lienselves to manufaeture and! sal "s of over ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 28 December 1861

Scovill's S:iisa]»:irill;& AND — . . . .oil, . . . JClood and Liver Syrup. IT is highly recommended by physicians to cure the following diseases, having their origin in a disorder! d state of the blood: Scrofula. Titter or Silt ltheum, Scald held,' Canker, Ulceumous and. Enlargement of the Joints, ('nicerolls rumors, Eri * -ip-las Kind's Evil, St. Anthony's Fire, Obstinate Eruption's, White Swellings, Pimples on the Face, Rheumatism, Blotches, Pustules, Dyspepsia, etc.; Svplnlitie nnd Menmri- j al atti ctlons hre cuied; Chlorosis or obstructions in Females, L-ucorrheu or W'liues, are relieved tiy the use of this Mtdiume. The medicinal propcrtips of Snrsnpurilla in conjunction with Stillingii are well known fiy all medical men to be the best compound jet discovered to cleanse and purify the| jhlood, and eradicate all humors from thesys-[ ' tem. We have given the recipe to most physicians in the country, that thejr may know what, they--ure u-ing; and «iil continue to ;send...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 28 December 1861

BROOKLYN HOTEL, ' CORN EH OF llltO Al) WAY AND H \NSOME S'TS., SAN Fit ANCISCO. |mIIE Proprietor of this well known and I X old established house is still at his old j tricks —feeding the public for the low sum of six ooli.ahs ]>er week, and the cry is "Still j j they come!" This Hotel was established in j ! 18i>2, and the proprietor proudly appeals to | jits well-known reputation, and at the same time pledg 's himself to u-e every endeavor to I add to the comfort and eonveni •nee of lii|quests. The Brooklyn Hotel WAdOX will' j always be ready on the wharf on th ■ arival of the steamers, to convey pasengers and their | baggage to the House, free of charge. 1 o prevent imposition, lv positive and see that j BROOKLYN HO TEL is painted in large letters on the sid's of the wagon. Hoard, per day, !?1,00, " per week, 4,00, Meals, ;j(), Lodgings per week, $2 to £ I, Single ltooins, o(). JOHN KELLEY, Jit., oct » —3m Pioprietor. FREEMAN & SIMPSON Whisky. ! '...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 28 December 1861

Sun Rafael ,§>< age do's GENERAL OFFICE, AT TIIE MARIN HOTEL. ys i K. 11. POMKHOT, Jr, . . ! J.vMi's al.l.isov. \ Proprietor*. } Stages leave daily for San Qucntin, connecting with the Petalunin and San Franeiac® I steamers; and returning, leave San Quintim ' u|ion the arrival uf the steamers from Saa I Francisco. i The Company are prepared to furnish tha puhlie with Carriages, Buggies, AN !> SADDLE HOrtSES at reasonable rates, np Particular attention laid to lIOPSES onliverv. E. 11. I'OMEKOY, A/t. dJl—tf Police. The Co-partnership heretofore pointing 'let«ct*n tin- undersigned is this d«v dissolved hv milfoil consent. I)ntid S=tn Ksfapl, Dm. 18t!i 1801. W. I„ I.AHNARD, JAMJis Al.LWttf, dcc2l ]■:. I!. I'oMEROY. Tiik bn«in«'»s wiil be c-r ; on »» hefe« tofore, bv tl.e tit.(it r- o • 'a ho respectfully solicits a share ..f >• .• patronage, P.. !! i' )ME ROY. «!i?l • .' A' i - ALLISON*. iBLOCK.LKVY&CO.. 3AH KAFAEL, \ron.l) r c'l'i...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 28 December 1861

V fGfcOVER & BAKER'S FIRsSE premium . ' NOISELESS FAMILY grilling IHatljiuts, At Greatly Reduced Prices ! At Greatly Reduced Prices!! At Greatly lteduccd Prices!!! 860 AND UPWARD. $60 AND UPWARD. $60 AND UPWARD.] U per •ent Discount! 23 per cent Discount!! 25 per cent Discount!!! mom our former prices ' The great success attending the introductlen *f aur new style Family Sewing Machines in this State (as in all others) has prompted certain unprincipled and unreliaUe parties t • endeavor to force upon the public, certain, no cullcd Cheap Jl.icliincs, which, eijier by lentil injunctions or from theii own inherent defects, have long since died oui in the Eastern States, f.saart IT IS OUR DETERMINATION TO SUPPLY A GOOD MACHINE ATA LOW PRICE, that ihc purchaser may, as past instances experience in the puvclnisc or iiu; uiis-nanvd "Cheap Sowing Miiuhincs," a dear barg.'ln and a wa ->te of money. Tllli WORLD WJ DM II IMPUTATION op Tin: CROVER & BAKER SCWI...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 28 December 1861

, WTI. S. HUGHES, Justice of the Peace. Special attention will be paid to drawing Deeds, Mortgages, Leases, Powers of Attorney, and taking the acknowledgments thereto Justices of the Peace are authorized by law to take the proof or acknowledgejment of every conveyance affecting any real estate eonveyed within tlicir 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. Office, Court House liuilding, San; ocr 12—ly DR. J.Bro\VllC>, 619 Kearney st., cor. Commercial, Sua Francisco, Physician and Operating Surgeon, Member of the ltoyal College of London and Edinburgh, Graduate of the Universities of London and Ei'inburg, tir-A Pii '.es for Anatomy and Chemistry, end Second IV - Medical Jurisprudence for• lie above neiiied Univc sities, lionore.v Piiy»ie : i ; !is to the Ediubr.rg Lying-in Hospital, and Si rgeoc to (ilasgow Lock ospital,...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 28 December 1861

MARIN HOTEL, SAX RAFAEL. JOSE ANGELLOTTI, m 23 tf PROPRIETOR. "COCK-TAIL NOTICE." rpIIE ]>üblic are cheerfully invited to try a X newly discovered beverage, known as ' CHAPO COCK-TAIL." '1 - '.l ink is composed of various healthy dim; 1 —produces appetite—strengthens the | .-.toii.-i h, and hn.s a delicious flavor. Sold only at "TORRES EXCHANGE," No 710 Commercial Street, San Francisco. AVISO. SE pone en conocimicnto del publico un nuevo descubrimcnto del mejor Licoudcl mundo, conocido con cl nombrc de iy"CHAPO COCK-TEIL."^I Este licor compucsto de simples muy salilables; abre cl apetito es diurctico, estomacal y tiene un gnsto sumamcnte agradablc. Se vende solauiente en la cstablccimiento dc Tonnes Exchange, Calle Commercial, No 716, San Francisco. je'2l)—tf TORRES' EXCHANGE, No. 716 Commercial Street, Opposite the National Theatre, tSAN FRANCISCO. TIIE "EXCHANGE" is furnished with the best of ROOMS, and choice WINES AND LIQUORS. vlnlltf TORRES' EXCHANGE. Xo 716 CALLE CO...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 28 December 1861

Dr. J. V. Late Profcsbor of the University of PcnnsylvAnia, tan be found ut his private j Medical Offico and Hospital, No. 751 Clay Street, | Opposite the S. W. corner of the I'laza, ,! sax fkax;isco. WIIEUE he can be consulted pii.vaß.lv, and with the utmost coniideucc by tl'ic ulHictcd, atall hours daily, from 'J a. m.. to , 8 l\ M. Du. Youxo addresses those who are sufFerng under the utllictron.of private disease, whether arising from impure connection or the terrible vice of self-abuse. Devoting his entire time to that particular branch of the medical profession, he feels warranted in o i'Ml a nth kino a cuke in a 1,1, cases, whether of long standing or recently contracted, entirely removing the dregs of disease from the system, and making a perfect and permanent cure. lie would call the attention of the afflicted to the fact of his long standing and wellearned reputation. furnishing suiiieient assurance of his skill and success. Upwards of 5,000 ea-cs have been discharged cured...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 28 December 1861

| Mercury in no form enter* into the remedies ■ adopted hy Dr. Young,—Mercury has been named not inaptly "The Curse of Man," as, under the treacherous garb of a restorer, it bequeaths the most terrible disease. We do not see it at once, but, hidden at hidden beneath the fair surflce, it poisons the blood, .destroys the nervous and muscular system, preventing the actions of the joints, and rcn-lb-Tin- wretched, under the name of rheuma-ti-111, the life of the sufferer. '-The remedy is worse than the disease," as many a poor crippled, miserable toothless wretch will say, while pointing to his decayed jaws and ulceroin gum <, he tells of its ravages—or at hit swollen joints and hotly marked with purple or leaden-colored sores which speak of his pains, and again at his impaired, ruined digestion, which tells of wretched days and sleepless nights. Years ago, l)r. Young saw that evil, and humanity pointed the road he should take. Cartful study and earnest research gave him the ...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 4 January 1862

THE MARIN COUNTY JOURNAL. VOL. 1. . SAN RAFAEL, MARIN CO. CAL. SATURDAY, JAN'Y. 4, 1862. NO 42

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Cliainal. For the Journal. THE NEW YEAR. 1 JAN. Ist 1802. , BY SISTKII MAY. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 4 January 1862

Cliainal. For the Journal. THE NEW YEAR. 1 JAN. Ist 1802. , BY SISTKII MAY. j A year is born where one has fled, 'IXew hope has sprung where all seemed dead; . Our cheerful homes with praises sing, And happy hearts do welcome in The glad Xew Year. » Our California skies are fair — Its feathered warblers high in air, And streamlets that unceasing How - Sing this anthem as they go— The glad Xew Year. The noble oak, and woodland trees Bow gen'ly with the passing breeze, • Each withered leaflet a.s they fall, Softly whisper one and all— The glad Xew Year. I love to gaze on Xature's face, ■ And mark each line of winning grace— I In bird and streamlet, leaf and tree, {That make.! our land rejoice to see The glad Xew Year, Thru look, and pray to Him above, Who gave this gold.-n land—in love, That we may »ot hi sorrow roam — That we may he much nearer home This glad Xew Year.

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WHY I LOVE YOU. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 4 January 1862

WHY I LOVE YOU. Why I love you ? Why I love you ? That's a puzzler little d.-ur; It's a question I have never Thought upon for many a year: I can't «ive a single reason— Though I know the fact full well That I love you very dearly, Why I love, I cannot tell. 1 Why do you my darling one, Love the flowers unci sunshine ? Love the quiet and the stillnes Of this little home of thine r Would you analyze all pleasure, As the urchin breaks his toy ? While you learn the secret of it You will lose the subtle joy. Why I love you? Why I love you? Xeve ask the question more; I can only answer simply As I answered you before— That I love you, dearest Katie! Love you only, love you well; But the reason why I love you That is more than I can tell. | SOI.IATAIRK. .

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Cno of Secesh's Pickets BY ORPHEUS C. KERR. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 4 January 1862

One of Secesh's Pickets BY ORPHEUS C. KERR. Tha star-spangled banner, my boy, in triumph shall wave o'er the land of thi* flea anq JefF. Davis' grave. The march of the Grand army has commcncerl, amid the roar of excited cannon and the shrieks of every roasting pig and traitorous chicken within reach of our confiscating pickets. We have taken the upper Potomac, my boy, by a cup de vinin; and I saw six brigadiers take the Oath yesterday by a hic up de brandy. My head swells with patrioric pride when I cautiously remark that the Mackerel Brigade occupy the post of honor to the left of Bull Run, which they also left on the day we celebrated. The banner which was presented to us by the women of Americia, and which took the orator of the day six hours and forty minutes to describe to us, we arc using in the shape of blazing neckties, and when the hardup sun of Virginia shines upon the sagacious necks of our veterans, they all look as if they had just cut their throats. The effect is gory,...

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