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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 4 January 1862

gtarin Coimtjr fouraal. X WEEKLY Devoted to foreign and Domestic News, literature, Agriculture, and the Interests of Marin County, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BY JEROME A. BARNEY. TEII.MS. Subscription for 1 year 5 00 •« C mo*. 3 00 « 3 moi. 1 oO JLad if paid in advance the following: On? year, $1 00 She months, 2 50 Three months, 1 Jio CfA-iVOrtisomontS inserted at the Sbßowing rates, 1 square of 12 linos or less, 2 00; each insertion therwifter I 00 will bo charged. IfA liberal discount made to yearly adTertisers. ;*]?- MA3IN JOU.IWAL ;{] | ; J 0 B O_F FIC E.| • Ai Thk Proprietor would respectfully'"/'. the public that he is now {\ /vprepared to execute all kiwis of Job A such as J vi $ ffamjiliUh, <Y) fPtcaiammri, Op! ■CJ\ ijriicuiali, (Vi $Cand- $}'//>, Cy cV $<Ul-stckck, S^'l $i!U tf Jftm, ft*:, L J\ / ' /x ?r. 'A < In a ntyle inferior to ndiie, and at fc *' notice. "l. itt. SOGER & CO S. NEW STYLE : FAMILY SEWING- MACHINES. ...

Publication Title: Marin Journal
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 4 January 1862

Curbs. DAN'L T. TAYLOR, Notary Public & Conveyancer. DEEDS, MORTGAGES, LEASES, POWER OF ATTORNKY, And all other LEGAL l)OC 'HINTS, drawn with uispatch. DEPOSI I'IOXS taken to bo used in all the Courts of this State. Examiner ofDoed.s and SEARCHER OF RECORDS. r «rilasb"en familiar with the titles of REAL ESTATE in this county since !8->O. Clerk's Oificc, San Rafael. ra 23 6m s7f. it J REYHOLDS, Attorneys at Law, X«s. 6 & 7 METROPOLITAN ROCK, X. W. Corner of Montgomery and Washington streets. SAN FRANC IS CO. jy 6— tf TIIOS. 11. HANSON,: .Moniri) at i'alu, AND NOTARY PUBLIC, SAX RAFAEL, MARIX CO. m 23 tf CAL. JNO. 11. I! ARAIySON, ATTORNEY AT LAW, SAN RAFAEL, MARIN CO. | march 23 —lv J. M."MAnJriOTT, M. D. f PHYSICIAN AXD SUROEOX, Hyatt's Ranch, Xovato Point, Marin County auglo-Gm List of Letters n EMAIXIXG in the Post Olßce at San it lt'ifiiel, Dec. \ih 18GI: Austin E. 11. L'ishss, Th, llowl, Franklin Mie»m, Peter Meilner, 11.—2 MeCahe, J. ('lmplied...

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Vftanu (Count!) lounuil.1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 4 January 1862

Vftanu (Count!) lounuil. 1 Correspondence is nolicltcd from this an 1 adjoining counties, to which duj attention will bo given. Notion of illrfh-i, Marriages and Deaths inserted fven of charge.

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OUH AGENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 4 January 1862

OUH AGENTS. Thos. Bovr'F., corner of Washington and Montgomery streets, San Francisco. H. T. Jovks, Xovato. RiChauu Maokk, Xicasio. E. Livy, 01-ma. Thos. K. W.vtiov, S iii Qu?ntin. L. D;:nos. 11 >?:l llaneho.

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dAN RAFAEL, JANUARY 4. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 4 January 1862

dAN RAFAEL, JANUARY 4. v&- wa were promenading, on the veranda in front of our o'Hee on Tuesday night l ist, ootitcn:i beautiful bin?, star-lighted skv, from which the Mark clouds that had enshrouded it, were suddenly swept away —precisely at 12 o'clock, the milestone on the great highway to eternity passed by, or seemed to piss, numbered 1802. Hut the wheels of the car of time that carries us on, lingered not, but continued its steady uud eviatiug course; the merry shouts of joy from the multitude below rent the air, while the sedate and thoughtful were peering into the future, as if to discern the way before them. The road over which we have just passed has been strewn with scenes of horror; b/etheren arrayed against each other in deadly conflict — fields crimsoned with blood and strewed with the mangled corses of the dead and dying—happy homes <1 'solated and in ashes—cities in flames—fertile fields laid waste und.T tji ) tramp of mighty armies, and nought ...

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!j Bj Overland Telegraph. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 4 January 1862

!j Bj Overland Telegraph. In consequence of the late storms, the following are the only items of eastern news received by the San Franeisco press during the past week. From the present indications of settled weather we may hope for more regu-! lar telegraphic dispatches from the seat of war. St. Louis, December 24th' 1801. I Prince Albert, the royal consort of Queen Victoria of England, died on the 15th inst. I His death was occasioned by gastric fever, j Active, bu? quiet preparations are being made at Cairo for the flotilla expedition down the Mississippi, Thirteen hundred Rebel prisoners, [nap- \ tured by Colonels Davis and Mar»hall at Warrennburg, Mo., on the lUth of Dee.,] ar-1 rived here to-day. Price and his army are at Osceola, where; they are closely witched by the Federal tioops. It was reported in New York to-day that Ma>on and Slidell have been released by the Federal Government, Sr. I.ouis, Dec. 26th. ISC I Congrssman El\, from Rochester, X. Y., ■ who was tak...

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THE LATEST.] [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 4 January 1862

THE LATEST.] i As we go to press we receive the fol- : jlowing important intelligence: St. Louis. Dec. 28th—According to I a rumor in Washington the belligerent I attitude of England arose from the fact 1, 'that dispatches by the Trent, tendered 1 to England a -Protectorate over the Southern Confederacy. Small bands of rebel marauders arc still enaaged in destroying property in; Northern Missouri. Price and his forces passed Spring-. | field yesterday 011 their way soutii. I Dec. 29th.—The Cabinet lias given 1 Mason and Slidell up to the British i Government, A terrible conflict is impending in iKy., between (>.>,000 Federals under j Buell and 30,000 Rebels under Johnson 1 Missouri Bridge Burners are being 'shot as fast as caught, bv orders of Gen Halleck. Dec. !50.—Yesterday a battle took place in Boone county. Mo. The Federals 400 under Gen. Prentiss attacked 900 Rebels and killed and wounded 150 of them, captured their horses and anus and took 40 prisoners. ...

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AROUND TOWN. I [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 4 January 1862

AROUND TOWN. I The San Rafael Institute, Miss J. C. Gilbert, Principal, will commence ' its regular session on Monday next 6th r jinst. For terms, etc., see Adr. in another column. Ihk citizens of this place will sttesi 111 jbe deprived of mail communication 1 with San Francisco; the Stage Company which has carried it between this ! place and the Steamer for the last three years, gratuitously, refuses to Carry it any longer without compensation. "To my Pet," by Sister May, will appear next week. "Soliataire" send# us "A Night on Frazer River;" also* ["The Last Pancake, or the Revenge of the Queen of the Keetles." j Model wives formerly took a 'stitch in time;' now, with the aid of sewing ! machines, they take one in no time; for the proof of which, buy one and give it to your wife or sister, if you've got neither, then give it to somebody else'* ! sister. We have two for sale at' thie office; buy 'em up. In- lowa, and parts adjaccnt, if yot* 'ask a man, "Do you know "Col. S— ?" I Th...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 4 January 1862

statin Co until Joiuiutl. - San Rafael, January 4th, 1862. COMMERCIAL. ' Si4N FIUNCISCO TRICES. . Friday Evening, Jan. 3rd. Feoub, $6 00' ail 00 Wheat, 1 Bo®2 05 B.abley, 90® 1 00 Oats, 1 05® I 10 Bran, * 15 22®16 22 Corn, 1 37®1 o\) Beans, 4®oc Potatoes, 1 lb(a)\ 85 Onions, l®l£c Gunny Bags, 17®2; c Butter, California, 30a)62.i " Isthmus, 30'a)37 Cheese, California, 18®22J * Hay, 15 00® 17 00 SPECIAL NOTICES. ScilßKlllEtt's PCLUAKI) BeIMIINU DEPOT. The entire four story building 400 San ■ome-street near Sacramento,, snow occupied es Schreiber's Great Pulu Bedding Emporium, and is the only one of the kind on this remit. Parties in the Interior ordering Abiding need only furnish the size and afcdutthe weight, which can be forwarded as as though they were present, by express ttr otherwise. AUo anything in the bedding V»r house furnishing line furnished fromthi. immense establishment. Orders accompanied by cash. [aug 17 Fish's ilviu Restorative. —This is entirely a home pro taction an ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 4 January 1862

WELLS,FARGO&CO, EXPRESS, SA» RAFAEL, C. TALCOTT, ACENT. jv37tf ■ Trea*urer'» Office, ) Murin County. J QjEALED PROPOSALS for ttie surrender 0 of County VVurrnnts or Scrip, directed in the undersigned, will be received up to (he last day of the session of the next regular meeting of the lioard of Supervisors of Marin County. No proposal will be considered unless accompanied by the scrip or warrants. Dated San Rafael, Dee. 28th 1861. JAS. DIXON, d2B Co. Treasurer of Marin Co, 7,000 Grape Plants. NOW IS THE TIME TO PLANT OUT YOUR GRAPE VINES. TnE undersigned ha« on hand Seven Thousand Grape Plants of one year's growth ind of superior quality, which he will sell it reasonable prices. d2B 41 T. MA HON, San Rafael. Pay up to save Coats. ALL persons iuitebted to tlie late firm of ('lark & Johnson are notified that their acrounts are in the hands of Win. S. Hughes .or collection. Those not paid hy the 10'ti if January next, will be plactd in the hands >t a...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 4 January 1862

i ScovftU's Sarsuparilla —AN 1> — % STILLnUIi, ' . ...OR. ... Blood ami Liver Syrup. IT is highly recommended by physician* to cure the i.ollawing diseases, having their origin in a disordered state of the blood: Scrofula, Titter or Salt Rheum, Scald head, Canker, Uleeartions and Enlargement of the Joints, Cancerous Tumors, Erysipelas King's Evil, St. Anthony's Fire, Obstinate Eruptions, White Swellings, Pimples on the Face, > Rheumatism, Blotches, Pustules, Dyspepsia, etc.; Syphilitic and Mercuri- . al a (lections are cured; Chlorosis or obstruc--11 tion» m Females, Leucorrhea or J Wlii'es, are relieved by the use of this Medicine. The medicinal properties of Sarsaparilla . in conjunction with Stillmgia are well known | by all medical men to be the best compound | yet discovered to cleanse and ,puril'y the olood, and eradicate all humora from the system. i We have given the recipe to most physi- , cians in the country, that they may know I i what they are usin...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 4 January 1862

BROOKLYN HOTEL, CORNER OF BROADWAY AND frrr I S \N.SOME SI'S., SAN FRAN- :!i ! i; I CISCO. jrpIIE Proprietor of this well known until i J. old established house is still at his old *j tricks —feeding the public lor the low sum, r , of six dollars per week, and the cry "Still; I they come!" This Hotc 1 wa< established in j , j 18.32, and the proprietor proudly appeals to ! its well-known reputation, and at the sanu j time pledges himsel" to e-e every endeavor t• > i add to the comfort and convenience of his, guests. The Brooklyn Hotel WAGON will j always oe ready on the wharf on the arival of the steamers, to convey pasengers and their | baggage to the House, free ot charge, lo' prevent imposition, be positive ami see that' BROOKLYN HOTEL is painted in larg letters on the sides of the wagon. ■ I Board, per day, I? 1,00, j " per week, 4,00, | Meals, •>'(, Lodgings per week, $2 to si, Single Rooms, •»<). j i JOHN KELI.EY.Jit.. | i oct s—3m Pr...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 4 January 1862

£an Rafael JStajr Co's., GENERAL OFFICE, AT TIIE MARIN HOTEL: i i. ii. l-ouiuuY, ),. : a.uti;* AI.LISON. 5 Proprietors. j Stages leave daily for San Quentin, conI net-tii!:: with the PeinluniaiNidSauFnuieisco I steaineis; and returning, leave Sau Qniutin | upon the arrival of the sJtewwers from Sun FiauvLsco. The Company are prepared- to> furrii'-h th# | public with Carriages, Buggies, AN l» SADDLE HORSES at 1 uiaonablc rates, i !'?* "Particular attention paid to lIOFSEB onhverv. E. 11. POMEIIOY, .» o <'t. ! d'2l—"tf \oticc. | Tmp. Co-parfnerahip heretofore < Wictmtn "he undersigned is this day dissolved ' >iv mu'iial, consent. Dared S,i»i Kifiii-I I)ce. ISth 1801. W. 1,: ISAUXAKD, I JAMES AU.ISOX, , dec2l E. 11. POMEUOY. | Til" business will be earned on us her j | tofore, by the undersigned. vitn respfeclully solicits a share of the public patronise, E. 11. I'OMEKOY, ; (!J1 JAMES ALLISON'. BLOCK, SAN RAFAEL. \X*(H*I.D rr -.pi ctfullv inf...

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From Harper'* Magazine. INTROSPEOTIOJSr. lIY OKOHOK A&XOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 4 January 1862

From Harper'* Magazine. INTROSPEOTIOJSr. lIY OKOHOK A&XOLD. Have you sent all hor letters? have you given hor back, the ring ? Have you tried to forgit ths hunting songs • that you loved to hear her sing ? Have you cursed the day you met her first ? thanked Ood that you were free, And najrl in your inmost heart, a* 'you Thought: "She never wa< dear to me." You have ciut hr of; your pride is touched; you fancy that nil is done; Aud for you the world is bright again, and bravely shines the sun : You have wa>hed your hands of passion ;— you have whistled bar d > wn the wind But Tom, oid friend, this goes b.'fore, th the sharpest comes behind! The sharpest is vet to come, for Love is i plant that never d ies j Its roots arc deep as the earth itself, its bran ches wid.* a< thejskics; And wherever it has taken hold, it flourishe evermore, Blooming still, and bearing its be autifu fruit with the bitter core. You will learn this, Tom, ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 4 January 1862

GROVER & BAKER'S •TRST PREMIUM NOISELESS FAMILY Vetoing Uktjmus, At Greatly Reduced Frices ! At Greatly Reduced Prices!! At Greatly Reduced Prices!!! sno AND UPWARD. SGO AND UPWARD. SGO AND UPWARD.! • . 1 "» per cent Discount! 2 per cent Discount!! 2-5 per cent Discount!!! ■'ROM OUR FORMER PRICES The great success attending the introduc•n of our new style Family Sewing Ma- : lines in this State (as in all others) has oinptcd certain unprincipled and unrelia- • parties 11 endeavor to force upon the iblic, certain, so cullcd Cheap iw:ic!iincs, •hich, cither by legal injunctions or from i-nr own inherent d ;feets, have long since i 'd out in the Eastern States. IT IS OCR I) E TERM ISA TIOX to srrnr.Y a G OOD Ivl ACHIME ATA LOW PRICE/ ( •a', the purchaser may, as pjftt instancesex•ri -nee in the purchase of the mis-named | .'heap Sewing Machines," a dear bargain iJ. a waste of money. iIE WOKLD WIDE REPUTATION I OFJthk CROVEft& BAKER SKW nti JIyICIIIXES, I And the...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 4 January 1862

MARIN HOTEL, 1 SAX RAFAffiL. I JOSE ANGELLOTTI, 1 m 23 tf PROPRIETOR. ' ! "COCK-TAIL NOTICE? 7IHIE public are cheerfully invited to try a . newly discovered beverage, known as "CHAPO COCK-TAIL." i This drink is composed of various healthy 1 simples—produces appetite—strengthens the ' stomach, and has a delicious flavor. Sold only at "TORRES EXCHANGE," No 719 i Commercial Street, San Francisco. AVISO. SE pone en conocimiento del publico un nuevo desenbrimento del niejor Licoitdel' jmundo, conocido con el nonvbre de j IF"CIIAPO COC'K TEIL."^ j Este licor compuosto de simples nuiy sal- ( jdables; nbre el aputito cs diuretico, estomacal jy tiene un gnsto sumamcntc agrailable. j Se vende solauiente en la cstableeimicnto ' jde To hues Exchange, Callc Commercial, j : INo 71C, San Francisco. je29—tf I TORRES' EXCHANGE, No. 716 Commercial Street, Opposite the National Theatre, ISAN FRANCISCO. ] THE "EXCHANGE" is furnished with ' the best of IIOOMS, and choice WINES AND LIQUORS. vlnlltf ■ i T...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 4 January 1862

Dr. J. C. IOU^G, Late Professor of the University of Pennsylvania, can be found at his private Medical Office and Hospital, No. 751 Clay Street, Opposite the S. W. corner of the Plaza, SAN FItAN ;ISCO. WHERE he can be consulted privately, and with the Utmost confidence by the alHicted, at all hours daily, from 9 a. m. to! 18 I'. M. Dr. Young addresses those who are suffering under the affliction of private disease, | whether arising from impure connection or I the terrible vice of self-abuse. Devoting his I entire time to that particular branch of the ' medical profession, he feels warranted in juUARAXTEEIXC A CURE -X AI.I. CASES,whether | of long standing or recently contracted, entirely removing the dregs of disease "roin he! ' system, and making a perfect and permanent j cure. | He would call the attention of the afflicted ito the fac of his long standing and welllearned reputation, furnishing sullicient assu- ■ ranee of his skill and success. j Upwards of .'>,ooo case...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 4 January 1862

Mercury in no form enter» into the remedies adopted by Dr. young.—Mercury has been named not inaptly "The Curse of Man," m, under the treacherous garh of a restorer, it bequeaths the moat terrible disease. We donot sec it at once, but, hidden at hidden beneath the fair surface, it poisons the blood, destroys the nervous and muscular system, preventing the actions of the joints, andrcnBering wretched, under the name of rhcumaism, the life of the sufferer. "The remedy iis worse than the disease," as many a poor | crippled, miserable toothless wretch will say, ! while pointing .o his decayed jaws and ulcerous gums, he ells of its ravages—or at hi* swollen joints and body mnrked with purple ,or leaden-colored sores which speak of ni» pains, and again lis impaired, ruined digestion, which tells of wretched days and j sleepless nights. I Years ago, Dr. Young saw that evil, and humanity pointed the road he should take. , Carolul study and earnest research him the knowledge of those plants ...

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