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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 1 February 1862

j 1. ill. SIXttER & C9'S, j | NEW STYLE FAMILY !; SEWING- MACHINES. ;j I ' ' i • Wp, have just received a lot of our letter; ;.-A" Machines, with improved Face Plate. I The improvements receii'ly made in this M ichine make it what li s long b"eli desired In j i families in want o' a Machine lor doini; he t ' . vv a* well as ligh' work. Bv ihe itnpiovemen' in 'he Face I'lae and ne>v arrangement j..f the thread, the breaking of needles and I ' thread is altogether obviated. I j | j Always on hand _ • I Machines for TAILUIUXG, HIIOEMIKIXG ■ J GAITER £ MATTRESS BIXDIXG, j j ROUT-FITTIXG, GLOVE MAKIXU, HARXESS A- LEATHER WORK\ CARRIAGE TRimilXG, \ ; i And nil branches of manufacturing where | Sewing Machines are used. \ Also on hand, a supplv of Silk, of pv*r\ | i (ihir'f>nd size, from the finest for stitching, t j'n heavy silk for embroidering—all of nut I own manufacture, and superior to any ever | tirought to this market. D. V. BRODERICK. Aijpnt, dec ...

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

j GROVER & BAKER'S i • FIRST PREMIUM NOISELESS FAMILY ! Vetoing Matljiucs, ; At Greatly Reduced Prices ! At Greatly Reduced Prices! ! At Greatly Reduced Prices! !! $00 AND UPWARD. 800 AND UPWARD. $30 AND UPWARD. 25 per cent Discount! 2o per cent Discount!! 2 j per cent Discount!!.': } FROM OUR FORMER I'RWES j The great success attending the in'roduc- j Ifien of our new style Family Sewing Ma-; Ichin2s in this Stat'? (as in all other.-.) ha - !prompted cartain unprincipled and unreliajOla parties 11 endeavor to l'orce upon the: ! public, certain, so called Cheap I ' {which, either by legal injunctions or from {their own inhsrcntd.'feets, have long since I died out in the En.stern States. | IT IS OUR DETERMISA TIOX TO SUPPLY A GOOD MACHINE AT A LOW PRICE, I that the purchaser may, as past instances ex- j peri'nee in the purchase of the mis-named! I "Cheap Sewing; M idlines," a dear bargain and a waste of money. — • I THE WORLD WIDE REPUTATION! OF THE CROVER & B...

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

( DELEHANTY & SKELLY, | SODA FACTORYj {Market street,' near Mission, San Francisco, i j Have constantly on hand a large supply of , I Bottles, Twines, Acids, Corks, Soda Stock, " ' For the trade and Country Merchants. All j |of which will be old to the trade at the lowjest ca .h prices. agents in California j S for the jNE.VARK CHAMPAGNE CIDER.j by post or otherwise punctually I I attended to, and goods de livered auvwhere in the eitv or countv of ban Francisco. I j vlul lit" I A.VIO.X HUMAN. I'ItASK 1). CAKLTON. | : A. ROMAN & CO. .... Booksellers, Importers AND j PUBLISHERS, Montgomery Street, Sax Fean i j CISCO. ! \\*E invite the e-pecial attention of the j ? V Book Trade to our immense stock of 1 Standard and Miscellaneous Books land to our superior f.icili ic- forfi'linq orders and procuring Hume and Foreign Publications, !ac the shortest possible notice. reorders filled wi'li promptness and dispatch,.and at the very lowest rates. Of 11 OWN AND Pllil.lSl...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 1 February 1862

THE MARIN COUNTY JOURNAL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER Devoted to Foreign and Domestic News, Literature, Agriculture, and the Interests of Marin County, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BY JEROME A. BARNEY. TERMS. 1 j Subscription for 1 year 6 00 " 6 mos. -3 00 " 3 mos. 1 50 A ul if paid in advance the following: i One year, $4 00 j Six months, 2 50 | Three months, 1 25 Advertisements inserted at the ; following rates 1 square of 12 lines or less, 2 00; each in.serfion tliereaftci 1 00 will tie charged. S A libe.al discount made to yearly ad- | vcrtisers. j* :marin journal j J 0.8 OFFICE.| '\j Tiie Proprie f or would rcspectfnllyv/> If infoim the public tha r he is I /•-'prepared to execute all kinds of JoWt •V Pi in ting, such as fflawjiLlcfo, •V) bTlcjtammO, (jy '/) (fcilculatb, (v> •Y) (jraldb, Cjp j 'jhjs(ancUffi>i(l>, lV j'V <$>ad- gf'cLf/bf Cp ' h $iIL cj JFaie, (jY j 'P vfltcri/i/b, Sf* | Itulih, ? In a style iiffcrior to none," ...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 8 February 1862

THE MARIN COUNTY JOURNAL. SAN RAFAEL, MARIN CO. CAL. SATURDAY, FEB A". 8, 1862. NO 47. VOL. 1.

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t liyinal. For the Journal. WRITE UNTO ME. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 8 February 1862

t liyinal. For the Journal. WRITE UNTO ME. ! When the soft holy radiance of twilight is, seen , Stealing o'er the blue waves and the wide spreading green, When nature is quietly sinking to rest, Aud thoughts of to-morrow disturb not i your b east, • Past cares are forgotten, a >d memory free, Heed'st thou it's sweet whisper, and write; unto me. When evening's lone star shining brightly' o'er head Dispels gloomy thoughts that have 'round j thee been shed, While th fond heart is gazing enraptured on | high And the -soul wrapped in holiness heaves not i a sigh— Oh ! » think what the word i of the wanderer . would be If his heart's voice could reach you—write j unto me. At morning, at evening, at noon or at night, j . When the »u i'a golden rays, or the moon's silver light Adorns with its glory yon broad ar h above, \ Oh! think of the absent with friendship and j love— Remember them only as thinking of thee, | And the soft zephyr air will breathe—write ' unto me. Then write t...

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EAR-BING3. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 8 February 1862

EAR-BING3. [The shepherd marks with cru.'l shears, The auricles of all his stock ; j So Folly bores the women's ears, j Putting her ear-marks on her llock. j The squaws have ears and noses graced ] Will ring of me'al or of bone; I Our girls with like but lessened taste, j Append them to the ears alone. j Naught can restrain the silly crowd, I They pierce the flesh, they tear the skin, \ I They bore the image of their God, j To hang a little tinsel in.

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A Letter to Dear Naphae. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 8 February 1862

A Letter to Dear Naphae. Dear Naphae.—l havn't sintyez a letther since the last time I wrote ye, j because we have moved from our place! ot livin' an' I didn't know where a let - ! ther would find ye. But take I up m\ J pen wid pleasure to inform ye ov th« > dith uv yer livin uncle I'athriek Kil-j pathrick who died very suddiutly lastj wake after a liugerin illness uv six; weeks. The poor man. (Lord be mar- j cyful to his sowl.) was in violint con-j vulshins durin the hul uv his confine-j mint, lyin parfectly quiet all the time, J spaichless intirely — talkin incoherintly • an' cryin' fur wather. I am a prate loss to till how his dith was occasioned by his last sickness. But be tint as itj may, as soon as he breathed his last,! the docther gave up all hopes uv his| recovery ! I had no opportunity of in-j formin yez uv his death, 'cept I wrote I till I wrote toyez by the last post.which: wint two day* before his dith, and thin 1 ye d had the postage to pay, share. | I need...

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The whole Story in Rhyme.. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 8 February 1862

The whole Story in Rhyme.. I John Bull, he met our Jonathan, j "Ah, Jonathan I" said he, sir, "Pray tell me, now, what's all this row, I hear ueros- the sea, sir, You're kicking up a pretty fuss, Pray tell me what it's for, sir, Let nie advise—just compiomi^e; A horrid thing is war, sir. I shall want cotton, Jonathan. Likewise Virginia's weed, sir; And really, now, 1 can't allow This quarrel to proceed, sir." "Du tell," said Brother Jonathan; "Now don't you get excited: At hutn I rule. so jest k'"p cool— You'll see this thing all righted. My Southern boys fur years have hold The Preside tial rein*, sir: L*n*il to-day the y've h -Id a sway They never can reg'iin. sir. And. when they cannot rule, thev Lie*. And wi'h all their might, s;r, For love of Union's second to Their fo idncs* for State Right's sir. They say we mean to fre •. th< r -lave*, them from their hands ''.r. And rob them of th.-ir prop'S tv, I heir d tughters and their lands, sir, I We' ve told thein that we ...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 8 February 1862

HUriii Conntij Joiuual. Saa Bafael, February Bth, 1803. NOTICE it hereby given that an application will be made to the District Court ot the 7th Judicial District in the County of Mirin, at the terra thereof to be held at San K'fafl. in xaid County, on Monday the 3d day of Mtrch, a. d. 1862. at the opening of the Court on that day, or as soon thereafter a* counsel can be heard, for an order ot said C*>urt estab lishiug the genuineness of a Patent issued by the United Staies of America to James Black, the claimant and contirraee of said land, on the First day of November. a. l). 1831. for certain lands situated within the said County of Marin, State of California. known as the Rtncho ••Nieasio," and that said Patent may be recorded in the Marin Couitty Recorder's Office, pursuant to an ••Act concerning certified coyies of certain instruments in writing, approved April 29th 1857. D tted January 28th 1862. JAMES BLACK, fob I—4 w Owntr of said land. Notice is hereby given tha...

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Utariii County |o«mal' [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 8 February 1862

Utariii County |o«mal' ■ I.—a L 1 -; Correspondence- is solicited from thin and adjoining counties, to which due attention { will be given. i Notices of Births, Marriages and Deaths j inserted free of charge. • ~ ' OUR AGENTS. Thos. Boyce, corner of Washington and.. Montgomery streets, San Francisco. 11. T. Joxes, Novato. 11 Richard Maoee, Niensio. E. Lew, Olema. Thos. K. Watsox, San Queutin. L. Dexos, lleed Raneho.

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rfAN RAFAEL, FEBRUARY 8. L i i [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 8 February 1862

rfAN RAFAEL, FEBRUARY 8. L i i ——————!— —¥ t The Roads.---Now that the season for fine weather is about to dawn upon us, and the ground becoming in good working order, it becomes our road overseers to begin the removal of the obstructions in our roads occasioned by the late severe storms. The amount of labor required to put them in good travelling order will be much greater than usual, and in some of the districts the assessments for that purpose will undoubtedly be insufficient. It will be to the interest of those residing in such districts, or on roads requiring much labor, to donate an extra day for that purpose. It is too frequently the case that road taxes when paid in labor, is grudgingly performed, and looked upon as time and labor thrown away. This is a great mistake, for good roads are a part and a parcel of the improvements, and enhances the value of every farm contiguous to them, and saves time, which is money, to all who have occasion to use them, lint much of the succes...

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j Board of Supervisors,— , FEBRUARY TERM, 18C2. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 8 February 1862

j Board of Supervisors,— , FEBRUARY TERM, 18C2. Feb. 3. —Presnt, D. Olds, jr., Clim'n., E. 11. l'omery and A. Mills. It was ordered by the Board that there be levied upon all taxable property in the County of Marin the following tax for the fiscal year ending March 1863 : For State purposes, 62 cts. on $100 00, J " County do 50 " " «' Road do 10 " " " School do 20 " " «' Redemption 20 •' " Jas. E. Fowler was allowed until the Ist of August next, to finish the bridge across the Bolsa de Toniales. The County Clerk was ordered to furnish books, Stationary, &c., for the use of the several Courts and officers of the County. I). Clingan.Jno.Reed, and A. D.Easkoot were appointed road viewers to lay out a road in Corte Madera Township. The County Auditor was authorized to draw warrants in favor of the jurors in the ease of People vs. Lafayette Munther. It appeared to the satisfaction of the Board tliat'J. B. Jacobs, County Assessor, was delinquent in his accounts as said Assesso...

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IN'tsaiis. t V* [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 8 February 1862

IN'tsaiis. t V* St. Louis, Jan. 28th.—The vessel of the Burnside Expedition encountered a severe storm on the 17th. The Steamer City of New York was lost. The balance of the fleet arrived safe within Hatteras. I Mexican advices state that Mexicans irre-' spective of party are united in opposition to the invaders of their country. t ' Jan. 20th.—There is every probability j that Bright of Indiana will be expelled from the 1". S. Senate, because of his complicity, with rebellion. Plant Orchards and Vineyards.—Now is the time, says the California Farmer for those who have high land to put it into a state of preparation for future orchards and vineyards. The long continued rains will prove of immense value to owners of high land, and they should not lose a moment in putting plows to work. As soon as a little weather shall dry the surface and warm the air, set plows to work, Plow only on a clear warm day, and the earth will turn off rich. ( Ax almond tree, growing in a garden at • Stockt...

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gUuit (Connti! ioiuual. San Rafael, February 8th,1862.' [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 8 February 1862

gUuit (Connti! ioiuual. San Rafael, February 8th,1862.' The Board of Supervisors atj their recent session passed an order " authoriting the sheriff to cause the prisoners confined in the County Jail for petty offences, to work on the road under the directions of the Road Overseer, or on any necessary work about the Court House under his own direction; or for the convenience of the county offices. California. Legislature. —In Senate, the bill appropriating $25,000 to the Sacramento Howard Benevolent Society to aid sufferers by the flood, was indefinitely postponed, by a large vote, evidently for the reason that the appropriation was only intended to benifit the sufferers of a single locality, when thosands in all parts of the State had been driven to want by the flood. A bill was introduced for the erection of a Branch State Prison at Fol-I, som. also, two or three bills to amend j the Practice Acts. The Assembly refused to reconsider its former unfavorable vote on the Senate bill pr...

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By Overland Telegraph. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 8 February 1862

By Overland Telegraph. Washington, Feb. 2nd.—The Secretary of War directs that a)l officers and soldiers tuken prisoners shall be entitled to the same pay during imprisonment, us ifin actual serjvice. | Seward has directed the release of nil prisoners taken from the insurgents' an;., a «t>B- - sels.. j The Committee of Ways and Means are ' perfecting the Tux Bill. They propose to I moderate taxation on most articles for necessary consumption, with higher rates on liIquors. It also levies a tax on passenger* by railroads and other conveyances, newspapers and telegrams. Gen. Butler will take several brigades to | a point on the Southern Co.ist not now occupied by Union troops. j Fort Pulaski is now thoroughly invested, and can be taken whenever Gen. Sherman choose s to attack. The Savannah Republican gives a report of 'a fight at James'lsland, near Apalacnteola, lin which CO Federals were killed, and 35 ta- ! ken prisoners. Confederate loss, 13. Southern papers are much exe...

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ruruj i-u, THE LATEST. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 8 February 1862

ruruj i-u, THE LATEST. ! Chicago, Feb. sth.—Private letters from j Bishop Hughes and Thurtow »Veed to Secretary Seward gives very hopeful views o! our relations with England and France. Mr. Morrill in his remarks in the Senate jop the Treasury Note Kill, said lie d;d not think hostilities would he of long duration. pen. llalleck has agreed upon a system of | exchange of prisoners with Price. New York, Feb. oth.—Jeff. Davis' (lag of truce to the President announcing that if the Federal Government permits rebel bridge j burners to he hung, under Gen. Ilalleck's ! order, the Federal pi i.-oners, Corcoran, Lee, Wilcox and others, held as hostages for the safety of the rebel privateersmen, should be immediately hung in retaliation. A Cabinet meeting considered the subject, but the result had not transpired. Recently, at Hogg's Dry Diggings, ne.ar Pilot Hill, Placer County,two boys washed a nugget of pure gold, worth 1 8400. A shock of an earthquake was felt in Stockton, at about 5 o'cloc...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 8 February 1862

■ SPECIAL NOTJCES. i ('lovk AwoDYVB TooTkacub Duor*.— , Why will you continue a martyr to tooth- . achi; nnd broken rest, while h simple, plensint .and efficacious remedy is within your reach: • Apply the CLOVE ANODYNE and you u' will obtain immediate relief. It will not in ; j the slightest d-gree discolor the pearly enam-. el of the teeth, injure the gums, or unplcrts-i antly aifect the breath. Eminent Dentist-1 constantly use it in ttieir practice, nndi ! praise it highly. [f S ' I Fish's ll.uu llr.sTotiVrivi:.—Tliis is entirely a home production and Ims been before the public for the last five years. 1' needs but a trial to convince all of its merits. • | Original ecrtetieate of hundreds in this State "lare in the pocssession of the responsible j house of lleddington & Co. S«c Adv. j| Sands' Sahsai'akii.la.—lnvestigation and experiment havedemonstrated that upon the! S condition of the blood, depends the health 'j of the body. Consequently, winch disease s | in the s...

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