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By Overland Telegraph. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 18 January 1862

By Overland Telegraph. Chicago, J an.9 —A. M. ;An official report has been received at, Washington from General Sherman,in | command of the Federal troops in South j Carolina, in relation to Gen. Stevens, [fomc rly Governor of Washington tor-1 jritorv,] at Port Royal Ferry. Tlie lat-i iter's instructions were to make a dash j {on the enemy, destory their batteries, I because they obstructed the river, and had fired on the then return to the Island, where the Federal I troops are now concentrated—all of j which Stevens carried out. , Hemphill, formerly United States Senator from Texas, is dead. At a general Cabinet meetirg held ■on Monday night, the Joint Committee j on the War were present, and urged the necessity of a forward movement. — Wade and others used strong language. ! Hates is very warlike; Montgomery Blair is not Very enthusiastic. Several more fires have occured at ; Charleston. Fires have also broken out at Norfolk and Richmond. They i were supposed to have been'started...

Publication Title: Marin Journal
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 18 January 1862

■mtti —mi >n <-Mi -rinir-ini inrrm n I T"**~ SPECIAL NOTICES. ;lj Fish's Hmk Kkstouativk.— I'his is on-! itiroly a home production and has been be- * ifore the public for the hut five years. It/ needs but a trial to eo" virtce aU of its merits, j Orig.nal certotica'e of hundred-, in thi*Sta'e are in the po.v-sovion of the responsible house of Redding on.& Co. See Adv. j | S.vvns' Sausaiwuiu,a.—lnvestigation and 1 experiment have demonwtrated tlra r upo > the 1 {conditio of the blood, depends the health I 'of the body? Couicquc .tly, which disease ' in the shape of scrofula, ery iipelas, ulcers, < 'cutaneous erup io s, liver conip'.uint, &c.,nppear, i r is at once evident that impuri ies I have beo > engendered i i the blood Which ' , are worki g their way to rha surface. This 1 j celebrated ii.vti.ac' will speedilypiuify blood, leijuali/.e the circula'io'i. Improve the appe'tite, impart tons a d vigor to ...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 18 January 1862

fMr — i -"-" LA 1 aged 3 yeataH mollhsMid 8 Any*, daughter of Mr. fft(&lrs.|BhaS* Steward. * SOft LnXr»re S J j[ Place the sod lightly O'er her young bieast; , , I 1 Gently, solemnly ,» ,» fv ' « i Head oier the.bed , . « . Where you have pillowed , , 'ftuis nvifi her head. ' Wr , 'ri.i * .. Over her breast— *' '' '* Calm be her slumbers, Feaciful her rest. Beautiful and lovely, She wai but given A fair b id to earth To blossouj in heaven. I emWTY W.UiRA^Tsr .rilllK follow itiß Coun'y Warrants are now I due. ■hkl will he paid on prevention to the Treasurer: Nos. 210, 176, 178,576,565,544, 1 921,973,1315,1331 1396, 1488, 1343, 1493, M«l, 1174, 1401, 1437, lISJ, 14SO, liO«, 11510, 1511, loi 6, 1515, 1517, 557, i 014. 1511. 1512, 1513, 15(51, 1360, II 43. 1 265. 12(56, 1'361, 1550, 1554, 15 )8. 15-58 1559 I :l«2 ,114 —60d JAS DIXON. Co. Trpnsnrpr. Thb 101 l wing County War -tut* are now In hiil «ill In- i-BHI iifor. p> en'Hiii.n: Nos. 1539. 1570. 1)75. 1533. 15)1...

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foiuual. Snnßafiu'l.Janiiary 18^,1863. i SYNOPSIS r •op Gov. Downey's Message. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 18 January 1862

foiuual. Snnßafiu'l.Janiiary 18^,1863. i SYNOPSIS r •op Gov. Downey's Message. . j We take the following brief synopsis of •Governor Powney's Message to the Legislature, from the Monitor. The financial aff.tirs are in a satisfactory condition. There was in the treasury, Dsc. Is:h last, $643,338; the interest on the State ■debt has been promptly paid as it fell due. — There was disbursed during the year, SI,"218,573; of which was interest $'267,680; cancelling State Prison Contract, $137,500 — The »utn of $'287,959 has been expended for mileage, per diein's, and contingent expenses ■of the Legislature. The Governor recom- J mends that the State assume the duty of col- j lecting the Federal tax. and thereby save the' ■fifteen per cent, allowed by Congress. Th»" establishment of a University is favor- j ed; a reduction of the salari •» of the Ifi.-t-rs of j the In sane Assvliim, and the appointment of! the Governor, Controller and I'reasuier, as a Hoard <>f Direct...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 18 January 1862

FORDII4M Jfc WHOLESALE AN f D ItETAIL GROCERS, AND b&ALEItSIN Provisions: Flour, W T incs,' Tea*, Liquor*, Wooden Ware, Tobacco, ETC., ETC., ETC. DEALERS and consumers in the country are invited to give u< a tall before pur<cha .ins; pliewhere, a< we'arj confident we •can suit them in quality and in prico. OUODS HELIVERED FREE. FORDHAM & JENNINGS, Steamboat lllack, corner of Front Si Jactlton Street*, Noil Fran, iirci, CaL vinziii—3m I

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 18 January 1862

mm*——— LM of liettrn Remaining ai Weii», p««go & Co*« office at San ltafael, Jan. 9tn 1862; Dumorter, Mr. Elie—2 Fairfax. Mrs 1 . Chirle* Malet, Mons. E. R. 43—1 NATHANIEL BENNET. | H. M LOVE. BENNETT'& L.OVE, Attorneys & Counsellors at Law, Nos. 75 & 76 MONTGOMERY BLOCK,! SAN FRANCISCO. The undersigned having recently returned home from the Atlantic States, and formed a co-partnership with H. S. LOVE, E<q.,j will for the (uture devota himself txclusively ' to the practice of his profession. 43—3 m NATHANIEL BENNETT, j NOTICE. HAVING leased the Saloon lately kept by ine, and being desirous of closing my, ; business, all persons indebted to me are re- j quested to call and make immediate settlement. WM. LINDSEY. j 43 Sole Trailer's Notice. KNOW allmcn by these presents that I Isabella Clark, a resident of the! I County of Maiin nnd State of California,' I tlie wife of Robert C. Clark of the same counIty and State do hereby ma...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 18 January 1862

San Safari Stage <£ors., OBNEBA'L Ofrl'lCE, AT TIIE MARIN HOTEL. ) Proprietor.. I JAMES ALLISON. ) 1 Stages leave daily for San Quentin, con- : necting with the Petal uma and San Francisco ! steamers; and returning, leave Han Quintin 1 upon the arrival of the steamers from San I Francisco. The Company are prepared to furnish the public with Carriages, Buggies, AS I) SADDLE HORSES at reasonable rates. ! Pb*"Particular attention paid to HOP SES on livery. E. 11. POMEROY, A/t. : d-21—' tf IVoticc. i The Co-partner»hip heretofore existing between the undersigned is this clhv dissolved :hv ttu'iihl consent. Dsted S*n 11 >ft"l. Dec. 18th 1861. W.I, BARNARD. . JAMES ALLISON, dec2l * E. 11. POME ROY. Th 3 business will he earned on as heretofore, by the underMgntd, who respect, fully solicits a share of the fmhiie patronage. E. 11. POMEROY. d2l JAMES ALLISON. BLOCK, LEVY & Ca. SAN RAFAEL, WOULD respectfully inform the citizens of San Rafael and vicinity, th...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 18 January 1862

S\ If SOME $TS., BAN FJUX-' j'lill CISCO. 1-iIIE Proprietor of this well known and old established hou*« instill at hU old tricks —feeuing the public for the low sum . ,of six dollars |>er week, and the cry is "Still i thev conic!" This Hotel win established in 11852, ana the proprietor proudly apbmils to Jits well-known .reputation, and at the samej , time pledges himself to use every endeavor to I add to the comfort and eonveni nee of his) t guests. The Brooklyn Hotel SV AGON willi I always be ready on the wharf on the urivalof J the steamers, to convey pascngcrs and their baggage to the House, free of charge. '1 o prevent imposition, be po-itive and see that > BROOKLYN HOTEL is painted in largeletters on the sides of the wagon. Board, per day, $1,00, " per week, 4,00, Meals, 50, > Lodging* per week, $2 to $4, Single Rooms, 50. JOHN KELLEY,Jr.. oct s—3m Proprietor. t "FREEMAN flt SSMPSON I OLIJ Iflagnolia H'hwlij'. Tur, consumption and constantly i...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 18 January 1862

Scovill'a §ar»apftil> stii7IAV«IA7 . ! i; !• : . ■ > ■ Blood and Liver Syrup* " - iV A IT U highly recomiiM nUrd by phyeiciana to cure tlif Following dntuf<, having their «>rll>lll in a disordered state of the blood: Scrofula. Titter or Salt Rheum, Scald head, (Junker, Ulceartions mid Enlargement ot the Joints. Cancv I rous Tumor*, Et*M|»» la« King's E*il, St. Anthony's Fire, OhRtiiiHte Eruptions Whit® Sw tilings, Pimple* on the Face, ! Rheumatism, Ulotche*, Puniuln, Dyspepsia, ete.j Syphilitic ami Mercurial ttiti-utiona are cuitd; Chlorosia or obstructions 111 Females, Leucorrhea or White*, tire relieved by the use of this Medicine. The medicinal properties of Sarsapnrilla in conjunction with S<illimei i are well known ' tiy all mtdlcnl men to be the beat compound | jet discovered to cleanse ami purify the ! nlood, and vindicate all humors from the ay*j rem. j We have given the recipe to most phyai- \ ciaus in the co...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 18 January 1862

39am <£oMtrsoitnul. A WEEKLY NBWSPAI'EE Dferotedto Foreign and Domestic New», Literature, Agriculture, and the Interests of Marin Count/, TUBLISHKI) BVEBY SATURDAT BT JEROME A. BARNEY. TERMS. Subscription for 1 year 41 600 " 6 mos. 3 09 " 3 mos. 1 50 And if paid in advancc the following: One year, $4 00 Six months, 2 50 Three months, 1 25 If"Advertisements inserted at the. following rates. , 1 square of 12 lines or less, 2 00; each in- 1 ■crtion thereafter 1 00 will be chared. iar a liberal discount made to yearly advertisers. [V MARIN JOURNAL jjg; $J 0B OF FIC E.f j 4?) fVj (*\y Thf. Proprietor would respectfully /•, t 3 N inform the public that he is now Jjyprepared to execute all kind* of Job A; | Printing, such as •, I Jjj Jfnrvl- $>dL, rtK' oPantfihUh, t»Vj 2Pu>ylammt*, (/•> J $)• (giwtlan, (V <V) Cfs| $) Viand- ffiiL, uy sV $all- Jftckril, vl r / (A*! JK rcr 'j {' itdbe.L, ¥c. % •VS'ln a stjrls inferior to none, and at l' ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 18 January 1862

GROYER & BAKER'S FIRST PREMIUM NOISELESS FAMILY Vetoing Ulatjjiiics, At Oreatly Reduced Prices ! At Oreatly Reduced Prices!! At Greatly Reduced Prices!!! ' BGO AND UPWARD. £60 AND UPWARD. . BGO AND UPWARD. 4 I ; 25 per cent Discount! 25 per cent Discount!! 25 per cent Discount!!! I FROM OUR FORMER PRICES 1 ! The great success attending the introduction »f our new styb Family Sewing Machines in this State (as in all others) has prompted certain unprincipled and unreliable parties t > endeavor to force upon the 1 ' public, certain, so called Cheap Machines, ii 1 which, either by legal injunctions or from ■ their own inherent d if-'cts, have long since 'died out in the Eastern States. IT IS OUR DETERMINATION 1 TO HUPI'LY A. COOD MACHINE AT A 'LOW PRICE, '! that the purchaser may, as past instances exi! perience in the purchase of the mis-named ( !••( 'heap Sewing Machines," a dear bargain and a wa.teof money. ! niE world Wide reputation ' > PoF^TIIK 1 ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 18 January 1862

MAIUN HO I EL, SAX RAFAEL. JOSE ANGELLOTTI, m 23 tf PROPRIETOR. "COCK-TAIL NOTICE." 'rjIIIE public ure cheerfully invited to try a | X newly discovered beverage, known as 44 CHAPO COCK-TAIL." ! This drink is composed of various healthy ! Kim pies—produces appetite—strengthens the, ktomach, and has a delicious Uavor. Sold; only at "TORRES EXCHANGE," No 719 Commercial Street, San Francisco, t AVISO. SE pone en conocimiento del publico un ; nuevo descubriinento del mejor Llcoudel! i mundo, conocido con el nombre de I COCK-TEIL."^ | Este licor compuesto de simples rauy sal- . dables; abre el upetito es diuretico, estomacal y tiene un gnsto sumamonte agradable. | Se vende solauiente en la estableeimiento ■ (lc Torres Exchange, Calle Commercial, ■No 71C, San Francisco. je2o—tf l! T RRE S ' EXCHANGE, i No. 716 Commercial Street, Opposite the National Theatre, ISAN FRANCISCO. rpIIE "EXCHANGE" is furnished wiMi ! J the best. of ROOMS, and choiec WINKS AND LIQUORS. vlnlltf ! TORRES' EXCHANGE....

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 18 January 1862

Dr. J. €. 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 FRAN :isco. WHERE he can be consulted privately," and with the utmost confidence by the a 111 icted, at all hours daily, from 9 a. m. to 8 1". M. ! Dit. Young addresses those who are suffer- j ng under the affliction of private disease,; a-hether arising from impure connection or! the terrible vice of self-abuse. Devoting his! entire time to that particular branch of the ; I medical profession, he feels warranted in; lor Alt AN TEEING A CI'RE IN ALL CASES, whether j of long standing or recently contracted, j tircly 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 sufficient assuI ranee of his skill and success. Upwards of 5,000 cases have been dischar...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 18 January 1862

I Altroury in no form ent&ri into the remediu adopted by Dr. Youna.—Mercury has been named not inaptly "The Curse of Man," as, ! under the treacherous garb of ■ restorer, it | bequeaths the most terrible disease. We do {not nee it at once, but, liidden at hidden beneath the fair stir-face, it poisons the bloody ! destroys the nervous and muscular system/ i preventing the actions of the joints, andrcn-> dering wretched, under the name of rheuma-> tism, the life of the sufferer. >-Th« remedy is worse than the disease/' as mtfiy a poof crippled, miserable toothless wretch will .-ay/ | while pointing to his decayed jaws and ulce-> 1 rous gums, he tells of its ravages—or at hi* ■ swollen joints and body marked with purple or leadcn-colored sores which speak of hi» ; pains, and again at his impaired, ruined di j | gestion, which tells of wretched days and j sleepless nights. Years ago, Dr. Young saw that evil, and humanity pointed th...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 25 January 1862

THE MA I! I N COUNTY JOURNAL. NO 45 SAN RAFAEL, MARIN CO. CAL. SATURDAY, JAN'Y. 25, 1862. VOL. 1.

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flavin Conniii |oiu«al.:; San Itafacl, January '25Hi. 1 * Song; of a Bashful Swain* [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 25 January 1862

flavin Conniii |oiu«al. : ; San Itafacl, January '25Hi. 1 * Song; of a Bashful Swain* All evening Ellen had been gay, Aad happy a* a bird in may, • Or rabuit in October ;1 Iler heart was light, her mirth was high, And pleasure sparkled in her eye, liut I was dull and sober. Her little brother she embraced, And kissed his pouting lips with haste, | Then looked .t me in wonder, j At last gio.vn weary, up she jumped, And thumped and banned, and banged and thumped, And raised particular thunder. She seized me sir as I would you, And pinch"d my should *r black and blue (>.ly back was ail a blister,) I couldn't stand it; though haif dead, ; I shook my list, I shook my head, And—by George ! —1 kissed her. She threw herself in f o a chair — She wrung her hands and tore her hair, j And looked as if eo t'ou ded ; j I sighed for hoau—l longed for sleep, | I could not smile, I could not weep, I saw her pride was wounded. ; I tried to speak —she hmhed me quite, " xou are a coward forc...

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T!ic Legion of Honor. ■' UT JAMES 11. DANA. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 25 January 1862

T!ic Legion of Honor. ■' UT JAMES 11. DANA. 44 Are you willing lie; should go:" "Anil why not?" ask,ed the young! wife, enthusiastically. "I should spise, myself, Ad.-le, if 1 were not wil-. ling to give my husband to my co infry —France needs all her sons in this extremity. I thank Cioil 1 have Henri to offer on her altar." Her sister shrugged licr shoulders. "You are always very romantic, my dear," she said. "For my part, if 1 had a handsome husband, a splendid estate in Normandy, a hotel in Paris, diamonds, cashmeres, equipages, servants, as you have, 1 would not be willing to risk them so lightly. Suppose Henri is killed. \ou will he a widow, 1 and for a time, at least, can enjoy none of these things." "Oh, Adele! how can you talk so? lias not the good Father Lacoire been' telling us ever since we were children, that the curse of modern times was its• materialistic view of life ? That to c-at, drink, and be merry, seemed to be the whole purpose of existence ? That luxury had cor...

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