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The Bum B|>ecir«. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 25 January 1862

The Bum B|>ecir«. • I saw a nrgh'v spectre stand | At the herd of a ghastly haggard band ; | x And he sa.d, as he otfered his bony hand, | v "Oh! come, if "I will kerp you out of poverty's sink, !' j If you will add another liuk j, I To the chain I fling o'er all that drink Of ltum." I In the other hand as he held it up, II >a\v a bottle and briming cup, I' {And his voice as he offered each a sup, Said "come." | ■ I "I ask you all to a feast to-night; 1 1 | You shrill taste of life's elixir bright— ! | |It will give you strength, power and might,; ■ 'l This Rum. M | "Come quaff even while full to the brim, llt will brighten the eyes which are so dim, j ! 'I It will give you strength in vour every limb, 1 < .1 Oh! come. jj i " 'Twill put all troubles and woes to sleep, j ] .I' Twill dethrone dull memory from her seat, i, ' 'Twill make young blood dance and leap, j' This Hum. "Then listen again to my earnest call, I hold in this bottle enough for all, ...

Publication Title: Marin Journal
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||U !J Iftarin Couniw journal. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 25 January 1862

||U !J Iftarin Couniw journal. CorrcMpoii'l.'iicJ is aolici'e-l irotn tI.U an'l counties, to which due attention will be given. Xotiee< of llirths, Marriages ami Deaths inserted free of charge.

Publication Title: Marin Journal
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OUR AGKN'TS. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 25 January 1862

OUR AGKN'TS. Tuos. lloycKi coma' of Washington ami Man tgomery streets, San i''rauei.-co. lE. T. Junks, Novato. lticuwui Mahhk, Nica.-io. E. I.r.vY, Olotna. Tiios. Iv. Watson, San (luentin. L. I)knos, J toed Kaneho.

Publication Title: Marin Journal
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SAN RAFAEL, JANUARY 25. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 25 January 1862

SAN RAFAEL, JANUARY 25. The newspapers from every part of the State teem with scarcely anything else but the overwhelming disasters of the flood. Some of our most fertile valleys are laid waste for the present year. Happy and affluent homes, together with the toil and industry of years swept off in a moment, leaving their owners destitute of the necessaries of life and penniless. Thousands are now dependant, upon those who can sympathize with the distressed, and we are happy to note the fact that California abounds with that class of nature's noblemen. San Francisco has proved herself the "good Samaritan," in her liberal efforts to supply the wants of the suffering, and to rescue those in peril. Although the amount of property lost is great, it is believed by those best qualified to judge, to be far below the value of the surplus produce of the country, and that the prosperity of the State is not ruined, but only retarded for a short time. The valleys will recover and increase in fe...

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How to Dofend Oursolvcs. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 25 January 1862

How to Dofend Oursolvcs. liven the distant probability of a war with our old enemy, England, or with any other maratime power, may well' excite apprehension. In such an event, j our adversary would not.fail to send his ships and legions to our shores: for California is as poor in military strength, l as rich in mineral wealth. To assert; contrary would be idle bombast. Our population, it is true, has, in proportion; to its numbers, more of t e fighting material than any other State in or out of. this continent; but it is scattered over I u vast extent of territory, and owing to the difficulties of travel here, could not! soon be rallied in sufficient force, at any | :given point, to resist, a determined! landing by our foes. War has been so! reduced to a science, as to almost overshadow individual bravery and eiuluj ranee. The god of battles is always J sooner or l iter, on the side that has tliej heaviest ordnance. Our coast defences arc insufficient and • incomplete. In fact, with...

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IVar I>et:ii!s. JIY TF.LKGiIAI'II. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 25 January 1862

War Details JIY TF.LKGiIAI'II. We collate the loUo wing l».ci a iuteligcnce,. up to the 18th inst. The inte.ligence from the seat of war is im- , t portunt, and indicate* the more effective pros- j jetuifiou nt the war on the part of the Union: force-. A dispatch from Fort Monroe states! jiti it Gen. Wool had uivi ii notice to General'; Iluger to rv.iiivi' the Women and cniMren lltoin Js rfdk, Virginia, ina<tnu<.'h a* nn at-1 'a--* upon itint, city might be anticipated.— lit was eoiij-etur- rl that the ix; edition conif man t>*d by Bug idier General 15 nnsidn was |intended to cooperate in "Ins movement. A' ,depuM'ion from Ivntuekv ha i been sue .ess-: ''•ii li p i uri R o 0 .0 carbines'for cavalry. t >t.s st ile in t e rim-inn ti G >/. tte that j Humphrey Mil-hull, th -notorious rebel, h id I heen corner-al hy Col. Gir-ti Id, ofihe Un- [ ion aroiv. an I o ed t < 1 y do*n hi anus jand disband his troops. li>...

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| Synopsis of the Inaugural. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 25 January 1862

| Synopsis of the Inaugural. The Governor will regard it as his imperative duty to co-operate with the Legislature in the promotion of intellectual, scientific,, moral, mid agricultural improvement. ! lie thinks that legislation should be had I whereby the settler, who, in good faith, has 'gone upon private lands not segregated from the public domain, under the supposition that he was locating upon land* belonging to the Government, should receive such equitable protection a* the State was aule to give. The settlement among u-> of an inferior -'ace should b-' discouraged by every means. It will alford him pleasure to concur with the Legi .laturc in any constitutional action, having far its object the repression of the iinniigra.ion of the Asiatic r ces. The importance of protection to overland emigrant* f.orn the Atlantic States i* urged [ upon the attention of the Legislature. The important trade of the Eastern world may depend upon the nature of overland comnui(mention ...

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Ulurin Co until Joiuual.1 Kail Rafael,.fannary 25th,18C4. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 25 January 1862

Ulurin Co until Joiuual. 1 Kail Rafael,.fannary 25th,18C4. San Francisco.—The San Francisco Journal of January 20th says : The residents on the old road near the Mission, in the vicinity of the home of Judge Cowles, are in a state of great uneasiness about the waters of the lake just south of them. The continued rain and gradual swelling of the water, create fears of an overflow which will be disastrous to the pleasant gardens and Summer homes which adorn the neighborhood, to say nothing of the inconvenience of submerged kitchens, cellars, etc., etc. The Herald adds : We learn that a frame building on Folsom street, between Second and Third fell down last evening in consequence of the storm. — The inmates were warned in time and escaped. Angel's Camp.—It is stated that in this place, located in Calavaras county, the people are almost destitute of provisions of all kinds. Only sixty barrels of flour were on hand January 11th, and it was selling for thirty cent per pound. The Stockton...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 25 January 1862

u — imriii ~ uiu .rr.irva I *'ii^TTn"'■ \ v.-.* »'>-■»ri-v-*. '• •va xJt*-"* , SPEC lAL. N OTI CE S. Fisu's ll viii Rkstou \Tivr.. —ThisisU'n-j tirely ii lioine production and has been be-, fore the public for the lust five years. It| need but a trial to convince ill' oi its •>• ■ . 1 Original eorteficate of hundred ; in t ••••<•. arc in the possession of the rispon. •• -v ; house of lloddington & Co. See Ad>. Sands' Saus u-Ar.ii.r.A. —Investigation and: experiment have demonstrated that upon the fondi'io'i of the blood, depends the health of the body, Con-cque. tly, winch disease! in the shape of scrofula, erysipelas, ulcers, cutaneous erup io s, liver complaint, Jisc..ap-j pear, it is at once evident that inspuri'ies; have been engendered in the blood which' are working their way to the siudace. lhis | celebrated Extract will spoedilypurify blood.! equalize the circula io \ improve the appe-j tite, impart tone and vigor to th...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 25 January 1862

L.OST B' ETWEEN San liaiael and Ran Quentin, on the 23d inst., a small Memo; an ' ' Hook, containing notes and papers of rouse to any ous bu f the owner. Any per-on finding the same will be suitably rewarded by leaving it at this otliec. (j25 j cor vn WARRANTS. ril'lE tnllowing County Warrants are now I due. nnd will he paid on prevention to the Treasurer: Xos. 240, 170, 1178,576,565,544, | 921,978,1315,1331 1396, 1488, 1343, 8 40*, *•■»«>!, f 174, 549J,; 8 3*>7, 1483, 1453, 1,>03, loll), 10l l, 1516, 1515, 1517, 557,1 014. 1011. 1-512, 1513, 1561, 1360, 1143. 1*265, 1266. 1361, 1550, 1551, ; 150,8. lASS 1 559 13«2 j <114 —00d J AS. DIXOX, Co. Treasurer.! Thf. following Oountv Warrants are now l>lu»»nd will h' paid upon presentation: | Xos. 1 500 1570. 1575. 1501. 1501. 1580., 1 500, 1010. 1572. 1517, IGOfi, 1012. 1602, j ! 1582. 1578. 1015. JAS. DIXOX, j TV'e. 13th 1802. Treasurer. ! | ns j Trett«urt-rV Orfi.-e, ) j Marin Coun'...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 25 January 1862

lAhi of Letters Remaining ui weiia, & co*s oftiee at Sun Rafael, Jan. 9tn ISC2; L* Dutnorter, Mr, Elie—2 Fairfax, Mrs. Chules Mulct, Mona. E. H. | 43—1 NATHAN IKL UENNET. | 11. H. LOVE. j BK\.\ETT A: ftWVK, ' Attorneys & Counsellors at Law, jlNou. 7<i 70 MONTGOMERY IiLOUK. SAN FR'ANCISCO. > I The undersigned having recently returned i ( lioine from the Atlantic; States, and formed |u co-partnership with 11. S. LOVE, E«i.,j | will for the future Jevots himself txclusit'ely i; to the practice of his profession. | 43—3 m NATHANIEL HENNETT. NOTICE. HAVING leased the Saloon lately kept by me, and being desirous of closing my ! business, all persons indebted to me are requested to tail und make immediate settlej mint. WM. LINDSEY. Sole Trader's \uticc. IT NOW all men by these presents that I V Isabella Clark, a resident of the County of Marin and State of California, the wife of llobert C. Clark of the same county and State do hereby make know...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 25 January 1862

. S>an ,i»afari Stage (To's., GENERAL OFFICE, AT THE MARIN HOTEL. • E ' h. 'omkrot, > Proprietors. JAMES ALLISON. > 1 j Stages leave daily for San Quentin, connecting with the Petnluma and San Francisco steamers; and returning, leave San Quintin the arrival of the steamers from San Francisco. The Company are prepared to furnish the public with ! Carriages, Buggies, AM) SADDLE HORSES at reasonable rates. I Jljr r *Partieulur attention paid to HOI' SES| on liverv. E. 11. FOMEItOV, A/t. ' <121—tf ° | Aotiec. i The Co-partnership heretofore cxistinu! between the undersigned is this day dissolved hv mutual consent. Dated Sin Rafael,Dec. * 18th ISGI. W. L. UAIiNARDj | JAMES ALLISON, j dec2l E. 11. POXIEItOY. ! Tub business will be carried on as hcr>--' toforc*, by the undersigned, who respect fully solicits a share of the public patronage. | E. if. I'OMEROY, d2l JAMES ALLISON. BLOCK, LEVY" & CoJ SAN RAFAEL, ; IT rOT'I.I) r...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 25 January 1862

— - 1!M BROOKLYN HOTEL, ' CORNER OF HKOADWAY AND {a SAXSOMK STS., SAX I'KAX- Kill CISCO. • rnllE Proprietor at this well known and X old established house is still at hid old tricks —feeding the public for the low sum of six doi.laus per week, and the cry in "Still they come!" This Hotel was established in 18.52, and the proprietor proudly nppeals to its well-known reputation, and at the sanio i time pledges himself to use every, endeavor to add to the eomfort and convcni nee of his . guests. The Brooklyn Hotel WAUOX will always be ready on the wharf on the arivalof f; the steamers, to convey pasengcr* and their baggage to the House, free of charge. To I prevent imposition, he positive and see th-tf I HKOOKI.YX HOTEL is painted in li j letters on the sides of the wagon. | Hoard, per day, $1.00, " per week, 4>oo, Meals, .>O, j Lodging* per week, ."Js'JtoSrl, j Single Looms, 00. JOHN KELI.EY,JH.. j oct •')—:im I'ioprietor. FREE MAN fit SI M PSO N (U.D ; Whisky. I...

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Luella. BT ELIZA A. PTTTSINCKtt. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 25 January 1862

Luella. BT ELIZA A. PTTTSINCKtt. They've borne awny the loved Luolln, To the angel world above. Ere my aching heart could tell her Of its deep undying love, Came the monster in his terror, Came with foul and poison breathBreathed upon the fair Luella, Wrapt her lovely limbs in death; Dimmed the lustre soffly beaming From her starry soul-lit eyes, Laved her curls in moonlight gleaming With the dews of Paradise. • * » * • She was wiser, yes, and better— And her soul from stain was freer Tha i the envious ones who let her Perish in their atmosphere. More divine, and yot more human— More of goodness, less of sound— Inward -oul more purely woman Than the boasting oues around. Deep within the blue ethcrial ltadianee of her cluuteiud mind Shone a gem, whose rare material Was to many undefined. That's the reason why they left lier To the ang.'l-homv' above— Why they madly thus bereft her Of their sympathy and love. Now I sit entranced in sorrow lty her couch of sajied while, Dreaming of the...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 25 January 1862

{ 1. JI. SIXttER & CO'S, | j NEW STYLE . j FAMJLY SEWING- MACHINES. 1 ' I ! — ! ! Wk have just received a lot of our lett»i !"A" Machine*, with improved' Face Plate j I'he improvements recently mullein this Mij •jliine make it what h,B lout; been desired lit j ♦amilie* in want »' a Machine tor doing Ilea jvv us well an light work. By the improve j iien' in 'he Face PU e and new urraiigemen' ' .f the'hread, the breaking ot needles ain I thread i# altogether obviated. I I . J Always on hand Machines for j TAILORISO, I SIIOEMAKING 1 GAITER l< MATTRESS BINDING. ' J BOOT-FITTING, | GLO VE MAKING, ! HARNESS tj LEATHER WORK 1 , CARRIAGE TRIMMING, i j I j And all branches of manufacturing wher ! Sewing M aelnnes are u*cd. | Also oil hand, a supply of Silk, of ev"i | olor end size, I rum the liuest lor stitcluni. Ito heavy silk lor emliroidering—all of on own manufacture, and superior to any ev< brought to this market. D. V liltOllEUl'./K, Agent, dec 8 I3S) ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 25 January 1862

GROVER & BAKER'S i i •FIRST PREMIUM NOISELESS FAMILY I jStlmntj PatMufs, At Greatly Reduced Trices ! At Greatly Reduced Prices!! At Greatly Reduced Price*!!! $G0 AND UPWARD. 800 AND UPWARD. 800 AND UP WARD. Jo |>o per cent Di-count! 2.j per cent Discount!! 2o per cent Discount !!! FROM OUR FORMER i'RICLh The great success attending the introduei,'ii of our new style Family Sewing .Ma•!un;.s in this State (as in nil o:her.) ha uo npted certain unprincipled and uniehailj oarties 11 endeavor to force upon tlu | lublie, certain, so called €Jae«j» TisicSaaiies. vhieh, either by legal injunctions or from i nr. o >vn inherent d-feetS have long since lied oat in the Eastern States. IT IS OUR DE TEIIMIXA TIOX to SUPPLY A GOOD EVfACriiftE ATA LOW PRICE, I I , j nat the purchaser may, as past instances cx- 1 j ijrience in the purchase of the mis-named j I Cheap Senving Machines," a dear bargain j j .nd a waste of money. | .'Hi-: WORLD WIDE REPUTATION IPof Tin ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 25 January 1862

DELEHANTY & SKELLY, SODAFACTORY Market street, near Mission, San Francisco, ilave constantly on hand a large supply of liuttlvs, Twints, Acids, Corks, Soda Stock, I For the trade and Country Merchants. All of which will be -old to the trade at the lowest ca-.li prices. agents in California for the XE.VARK CHAMPAGNE CIDER. "Orders by post or otherwi-e punctually ! intended to, anil goods dliveicd any when j a the ci f y 0 r county of San l'liinei.-co. j vlnllif ! V N'T ON ItOMAX. FItANK 1). CAKi/I'ON. A. ItOMAX & CO. IZooXiscilcrs, Importers AN 1) PUBLISHERS, Vo. 507 Montuomuky Sin let, Sax Feax CISCO. \\TE invite the e-peeial attention of th i i Book Trade to our immense stock of standard and Miscellaneous Bool: md to our superior fa i!i ie< tor JiWn y orrlrit uid procuring Hone and Foreign Publication it the shortest possible no'ice. C-jpOrders lilledwi'b promptness and dis>ateh, and at the very lowest ra f es. Ocn own and l'liiusiniu's...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 25 January 1862

■» ■ - THE ' MARIN COUNTY JOURNAL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER Dcvotedto ForeignandDomestic News, Literature, Agriculture, and the Interests oi Marin County, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BY ! JEROME A. BARNEY. TElt MS. j Subscription for 1 year 5 00 " 0 mos. 3 00 ,■ I " 3 mos. 1 50 | Aid if paid in advance the following: J On.- year, $4 00 Six months, 2 50 Three months, 1 25 Advertisements inserted at th» j following ra'es, j 1 square of 12 lines or les«, 2 00; each in- ! <er*ion thereafter 1 00 will be charged. I i i? J A liberal discount made to yearly adj vortisern. V :marin journal ■ j'JOB office.! \j The Proprietor would respectfullyvf } Kinform the public that he is now.-iK to execute all kinds of j such as \ :< yand"i J\ ihimjdtlcii, 1 J j'uffiammrt, ! }■) (iil al(a a, , , V' (jtaich, Q■> * j. Stand* $d(i, V $tdl~ SirMi, v£? v' /] C%lli cj rj'ait, I In Ji(irijii.) r I' I t '.{ italeii, Vt. $ "l In a style inferior to none," and at't ~ | ■ f \ hort notice. '...

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