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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 8 February 1862

COSVIWSERCBAL. S.IX I'lL-iXCISCO l'lllCKS. Friday Evening, Flu. 7ni. l'l.ori:, <S'.t OO'V/.501 Wheat, - .I7'a2 7>"»: !! viiLEY, 1 1 Urn 1 20! () vr«, 1 10 a 1 2.5' Mit.w, I.") 22 a llj 22j foi:\, 2 107i2 501 Mi:.vns, 1 "»'j Potatoes, 2 .>()/;•'! 00 Onions, lfa 1 \'- Cit'NNY U.\r;s, Kio lTc- ! Hutti.ij, Califoniia, . r >V. 'i'~)'i j i " Isthniu?, 28a;)0j ifJrrKKsß, (California, lTAi'lSi !l w, 17 O;>Y. 22 On l F.titis • .'I." to J i'atafl (Co's.,j GSNSEAL OPPICE, ! AT THE MAIIIX ILOTI.i.. r. ' ' ;! ,(2J. !:. 11. i'o\; .ItoY, ) ~ .IAMIiS AI.I.ISON. ) ''' 1 ' ' StagOS leave daily for San tjin ntin. emiuccting with the IV tnluiaa and San 5-'s«ts« i-co' «ti inner-; and retnni'u.;. 1 ave San Ouin'ia, ii),on the arrival of the .-t.-asners i'roni San Francisco. The Company are prepared to furnish th. j publ'e with I Carria g v. s, Bugg' i e s, an n SADDLE at reasonable rate,. *7/"Particular attention paid lo IK '!•' ! aniiverv. E. JI. I'...

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

Imjtoi'Uiut Question*. jUAVK YOU GOT A COLD? HAVK YOU GOT A COT'OII: GOT A SOUK TllltOAT f (JOT A WHOOPING COVGII } GOT Tin: ASTIIMA ? GOT Till-: IiHONCIUTIS? I < >r any other affection of the tluoat or luiig*? |If ;o, and you would apply the great l'anujci'ii of the one that is agreeable to the Ita-tc, nooothing, healing, fctrcngtlieuiujj, lice {lioin all poisonous or deleterious druji"—use 1 NewclTs Pulmonary Syrv%», , Manufactured at 7" Merchant street, San ' Francis (,'d, and sold bv t.. i:Aii\r;rr, j 30—3 m SinuuV litiiltlini;, Sua lluinu!. <<5HiUy Duo. | Tin: tollnuuig Muiin County Warrant* i lie now due, and will be jmid u|hiii jirescnI tutiun: J-'-sOs. M/SS. JOIi, JiV£7, ' S Q'lo.- H |K«. 1'i00,1218, 1202,158, 201, 303, 137, fiO, 242, 202, 241. <h t 1- JAS. 1 )T\ON, Tr%*tt*un \. I j Fish's Infallible Restorative n a Vii. WIU. UrxJon 1 <*vcy Gfiaii* ■I') ns 1. 4 OMISS. I lr prevents the Hair from lulling oil. I...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 8 February 1862

KATRAMIKL BBHHBT. | H. S. LBVB. BEWIVETT A LOVE, Attorneys U Counsellors at Law, ! Nob. 74 * 76 MONTGOMERY BLOCK. ; SAN FRANCISCO. Thb undersigned having recently Returned; home from the Atlantic State*, and formed! a co-partnership with H. S. LOVE, E-q., ! will for the future devot* himself txelusively to the practice of hi* profession. 43—3 m NATHANIEL BENNETT. ! NOTICE. HAVING leased the Saloon lately kept: by me, and being de*irou* of closing my business, all person* indebted to me are re-! que*ted to call and make immediate settle-: ient. WM. LINDSEY. _ : BLOCK, LEVY & CO., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IS Groceries, Provisions, Dry Goods Hardware, Boots and Shoos. CLOTHING, ETC., which we for *ale at San Francisco price*. Give us a call. [jan 25 WELLS.FARGO&Cft EXPRESS, »Al¥ RAFAEL. C. TALCOTT, ACENT. on Wednesday evening last, in San 11 tfael, a purse containing a sum ol money. The owner can have the same by calling at this office, proving property and ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 8 February 1862

1. in. SUWER Sc CO'S. I ! !■ NEW STYLE FAMILY BEWING MACHINES. ! We have just received ,a lot of our letter! I "A" Machine*, with improved Face Plate. I The improvements recently made in thi* Ma- j chine make it what has long been desired by! families in want o' a Machine for doinf? hea ' was well as light work. By the improve- i inent in the Face Plate and new arrangement j of the thread, the breaking of needles and ; thread is altogether obviated. Always on hand Machines for ; TAILORING, SIIOEMAKINO GAITER£ MATTRESS BINDING, I j BOOT-FITTING, Ij GLOVE MAKING, I HARNESS $ LEATHER WORK CARRIAGE TRIMMING, I I ! And all hrsnches of manufacturing when ' Sewing Machines are used. I Also on hand, a supplv of Silk, of ever* I olor end size, from the finest for stitching '! to heavy silk for embroidering—all of ou : iwn manufacture, and superior to any eve> . !'»rought to this market. D. V BRODEItKJK, Agent, j dec 8 139 Montgomery Street. Scovill's Sarsaparilla —AND — STILLIICiI...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 8 February 1862

GROVER FIRST PREMIUM NOISELESS 1 FAMILY . HJatjmus, | At Greatly Reduced Prices ! At Greatly Reduced Prices!! At Greutly Reduced Prices! !! $60 AND UPWARD. 860 AND UPWARD.' 860 AND UPWARD. 125 per cent Discount !J 2o per cent Discount! ! 25 per cent Discount !!! FROM OUR FORMER PRICES The great success attending the introduction of our new style Family Sewing Machines in this State (as in all others) has prompted certain unprincipled and unreliable parties t > endeavor to force upon tht public, certain, so called Cheap macliincs, which, either by legal injunctions t>r from • -heir own inherent defects, have long sine lied out in the Eastern States. IT IS OCR DETF.R MIS A TIOX TO SUPPLY A COOD MACHINE ATA LOW PRICE. hat the purchaser may, as past instances experience in the purchase of the mis-named "Cheap Sewing Machines," a dear bargain ind a waste of money. THE WORLD WIDE REPUTATION OF THE CROVER & BAKER SEWHG MACHINES, And the fact that OVER 50,0...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 8 February 1862

DELEHANTY & SKELLY, I SODAFACTORY | Market street, near Mission, San Francisco.! i Have constantly on hand a large supply of J Bottles, Twines, Acids, Corks, Soda Stock, j For the trade and Country Merchants. All j | of which will be sold to the trade at thelow-j jest cash prices. |.ySole agents iu California j | for the | NEWARK CHAMPAGNE CIDER.) by post or otherwise punctually I attended to, anil goods delivered anywhere' n the city or county of San Francisco. vlnl lif ANTON ROMAN. FHAN'K 1). CARLTON• A. ROMAN & CO. Booksellers, Importers AND PUBLISHERS, No. 507 Montgomery Street, San Fean cisco. WE invite the especial attention of the Book Trade to our immense stock of j Standard and Miscellaneous Books ■I nd to our superior facilities for filling orders :md procuring Home and Foreign Publications 1 at the shortest possible notice. tilled with promptness and dis-; patch, and at the very lowest rates. Our own and Publisher's Catalogues gratuitously• [Nov 2—...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 8 February 1862

THE MARIN COUNTY JOURNAL ▲ WEEKLY XEWSPAPEB Devoted to Foreign and Domestic Newi, Literature, Agriculture, and th# ! Interests of Marin County, PUBLISHED EVEBT SATUBDAY BT JEROME A. BARNEY. TERMS. ; Subscription for X year 5 00 '• 6 mos. 3 00 " 3 mos. 1 69 And if paid in advance the following: One year, $4 00 j Six months, 260 I Three months, I 25 ryAdvertisemeiltS inserted at the i following rates, j 1 square of 12 lines or less, 2 00; each insertion thereafter 1 00 will be charged. I3*"A liberal discount made to yearly ad- | vcrtisers. |3? MARIN JOURNAL ||j 0 B 0£ FI C E.<| j*V) The Proprietor would £/K inform the public that he is now/tA to execute all kinds of JobvA /Printing, such as y f xyjffand-ffliih, SPamfihUh, •V} wicc/iammt*, (X> '"Jj (giwdau, (Jj> •\) fytids, C/;< {.y iii cj Jfate, (X ; ' .Haitii t tc. • *Vln a style to none, and ut j» ?'jshort n*tice. fV ) i *4, Meeting of the Courts. DISTRICT COURT, 7th Judicial District.. Ho...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 6 January 1866

THE MARIN COUNTY JOURNAL VOL «F.* -XO. 43. SA* RAFAEL, CAL., HATIRDAV, JA\I AKI 6, 1811, VUUM.HI

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glarin (Lountij Journal. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 6 January 1866

glarin (Lountij Journal. By JEROME A. BARNEY, far Tsras, Kates of Advertising, etc., see fourtk page. Our Agents: THOMAS BOYCE San Francisco L. P. FISHER H. T. JONES Novato E. JACKMAN Nicasio L. DENOS Reed Rancho BENJ. WIRE California City CHAS. GREY San Quentin SATURDAY : : : : JANUARY 6.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 6 January 1866

" It would have bin more'n ten dollars in Jeff. Davis's pocket if he'd never bin born."j cays Artemus Ward. Thb remains of the bachelor who burst into tears on reading a description of married life, have been found. — Tub young lady with "speaking eyes" has become quite hoarse in consequence of using them so muoh. There is a Gaelic proverb: If the best nan's faults were written on his forehead, it, -would make him pull his hat over his eyes. j Whew the Fenian Circles go to war, how un the world do they expect to form themselves into squares ? ——- A man left a boarding-house in which fr.sre were a number of old maids, on aceeunt of the " miserable fair" set before him at the table. "He knows on which side his bread is buttered," is now rendered thus: He is aware on what portion of the staff of life I the oleaginous product of the dairy is dispensed. A chap out West, who had been severely' afflicted with palpitation of the heart, ssys he found instant relief by the application of anot...

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A BEAUTIFUL OOHCEPTIOH. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 6 January 1866

A BEAUTIFUL OOHCEPTIOH. | A New York artist hu painted a picture entitled " Eeet H >mo Honest**." It is Abraham Lincoln, with Diogenes, represented as dropping his fsmous lantern, in the background—the object of his long search of twenty canturies accomplished. There is something peculiarly appropriate and touching in th;s conception. Nothing could more completely express the leading characteristics of Abraham Lincoln. If then ever was a strictly honest man—honest in eTery relation of life —honest in thought, in act, in purpose—honest in his dealings with the j world—honest with God and his own con-1 science—that man was Abraham Lincoln. |We challenge the annals of the past and | present to point to a man entitled to historic J mention, whose record is as free fram reproach as that of him behind whom the ar- 1 tist has dropped the lantern of Diogenes. As the reminiscences of this brcad-browed son iof the prairies accumulate before us—as the recollections of those who hare...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 6 January 1866

Oi d Grimes is dead, that good old man, we ne'er ahall see him more; but he has left a son who bear* the name that old Grimes bore. He wears a coat of latest cut, his hat is new and gay; he cannot bear to view distress, so turns from it away. llis pants are gaiters, fitting snug o'er patent leather shoes; his hair is bv a barber curled, he smokes cigars and ehews. A chain of massive g'>l'l is borne above his flashy Test, his clothes are better every day than were old (1 rimes' best. In fashion's courts he constant walks, where he delight doth shed; his bands are white and very soft, but softer is his head. He's six feet tall, no post more straight, his teeth are pearly white, in habits he is sometimes loose, and sometimes very tight. His manners are of sweetest grace, his voice of softest tone; his diamond's the very one that old Grimes used to own. A dickey tsll adorns his face, his neck a scarf of blue; he sometimes goes to church for cbsnge, and sleeps in Grimes' pew. ...

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OOHDITIOi OF MOTEEE EARTH [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 6 January 1866

OOHDITIOi OF MOTEEE EARTH Im (he observatories of France and England »hey are now able to prediet the coming of storms three or four days before their appearance. By the agency of the telegraph the news is flashed to Western Europe of the commencement of a storm down in the Mediterranean, or over in the Baltic, and the calculation when these storms will bresk upon the coasts of France or England is, therefore, reduced to a very certain and simple process. We have even here, on the dis-, tsnt shores of the l'acif.e. an instance of the remarkable progreaa which is being made in this direction. For the weather we are now experiencing in this State, there is no parallel in the memory of any American resident.! It has ben positively, piercing cold in the! city of San Francisco; not for our usual three days, but now for nearly two weeks, and thst with very little wind. Thcrt has been snow in Sacramento to the depth of two or three inches. There baa been more snow in the mountains than eve...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 6 January 1866

Ctraiax Risacd i» worth over a million 1 dollar*, and ia the richest colored man in the United State*. The colored men of New York have many rich men motf them; 1 Peter Vandyke. Robert Wataon, J. M. Gloucester, and a Mr. Croaby, own ahoat three million dollars' worth of property. T» Alpine Chronicle in returning thanks for favors, says: "The 'devil* will never haunt the friends of the printer." Eatartaia no thoughts that biysh ia word*.

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umnjsmvo brevities. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 6 January 1866

umnjsmvo brevities. Dr*. Shurtleff and Brieeland, ears the Shasta while examining the insane man Adams, who waa sent below this weak, were endeavoring to learn from him by quea-' tions the probable cause of his condition.! r Dr. Bneeland enquired, " What are you in the habit of reading »" " The San Francisco I KxnmtHfr and the New York JUf Hook," was the quick reply. He waa at ouce rushed off to the Asylum. We see it stated in Connecticut paoera, that a Mr. Beecher, a prominent temperance! man and church-goer in Southbury, waa caught in stealing cider brandy from the die-j tillery of a neighbor named Stilee, one night recently. The latter had miaaed brandy be-! fore, and haJ fixed a rope and bell to the door of the still, which woke him up when it was opened. Several barrels of the stuff were found m Beechrr's cellar. j A Jackson, Mississippi, paper make* a proposition to raise a fund of half a million of dollars, by the contributions of soldiers who served in the rebel army, to pur...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 6 January 1866

J A Matrix* man recently returned from Xtw York tells a pretty food story of an lUinoisart [who wa* • lopping at the same hotel with him ; in that city. One Manday, the Western man, being desirous of hearing several of the mom I famous pulpit orators of the metropolis, went r' in the morning to Dr. Chapin'a church, b«t i heard a stranger preach from the text; | •• Hut Simon's wif.'s mother iay sick witk a fever." In the afternoon. In went to Beeeber'i Plymouth Chnrch, nnd heard the same disI eourse, from the same preacher. | Going m the evening to Dr. Qagoad'i church, he fa and I be same clergyman, and i the same theme : | - Simon's wife's mother lay sUk witk i fever." The next day. tha patient hearer a* (In "thrice-told d-sconrae was croatmg ta Break lyn in a ferry host, when the alarm bell ii i the Ptirk agitated the af r withiu great shocki of sound, and a man behind him inquire < why that bell was toiling. Looking np, hi ! saw the waw familiar countenance of tlx preac...

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m [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 6 January 1866

m jy iyAiy \ : JANUARY 6, IBM. guoted at 67@e7ic. ' Sw FmcLwdi U1 otittiifi licensee WfeoMaaod in Dtwabw. t K'Sbikfl Ho bu just disd in lfrria. B *° ww * h,u beon «PPoiated CaptjgffVbopaYolunum. hjblirit MMBtr to th« Sandwich Islands fetp kovo 8m Francisco to-day. • Wa*d, tb« celebrated humorist, His wile, also, died reoently. Tdaltne of etaamere from New Orleans to M Tfodwo is to be resumed by the P. j M;*B. oe. r giwuri .Hi ;i> »*"*!' 11 O'O > Tao mv Judge of the San Francisco Pois levying heavy assessments on o.fhft.ars convicted before him. dia footirfg wltb that hose; his eyes Mr ist* That's about the atate of the g-e-1-MHftdaMd Democracy. qi/ tOW " -frr* ,<Am*mbd Nambs.—"Artemns Ward," is CWrtas 7. Browne; "Josh Billings," Henry WttUMTI "Petroleum V. Naaby." D. R. I|o>>| "Jenny Jaae," Mrs. Jenny Orody. Hbxby Wiktbb Davis, former Congress. Bean from Maryland, and an eloquent and ofcjfo man, died in Baltimore recently, at ib...

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PDBLIO LASD3. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 6 January 1866

PDBLIO LASD3. ! A contespoadeat writing from Mountain | View, BOnta Clara county, sends us a report of a meeting held at that place t y the settlers on public lands of the United States in San Mateo and Santa CUra counties, for the purpose of memoralicing Congress to refuse to' legislate in certain matters pertaining to pub-. lie domain in fovor of capitalists to the detriment of actual settlers. From tbe earnestness of the settlers in the matter, and the' movements which they have inaugurated, we think that speculators in school warrants will have a lively time in getting Congress to remodel the homestead and pre-emption laws to suit their wants. The settlers in the counties sbove named have raised a fund, and are about to issue a call to all concerned throughout the State to take such immediate actios as may be necessary to secure them in the possession of such rights as the general government had bsstowed upon them. Following are the resolutions adopted at the meeting held at Mou...

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The Annexation Question. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 6 January 1866

The Annexation Question. , Editor Jot:rn-ai. :It appears to me that i the Petaluraa movement, in favor of annexing Marin county to that township, is re-1 oeiving a great deal more attention than it • deserve*, and quite unnecessarily disturbing i the equanimity of many of our citizens. If our Assemblyman id opposed to the i measure—und he has assured us that he U— , he certainly can nave us from the cmbrace of 1 our very loving neighbors, without our hav- [ ing to go to the trouble of holding meetings, etc., on the subject. Senator Forter, I think, i will not hesitate to conform his action to that of Mr. Olds, in this matter; and these; gentlemen, together with the delegation from Sonoma, opposing it, who is there to advo- ' cate it, with any degree of propriety ? 1 All we ask of the Legislature is, to put; down at once any attempt to annex us to Petaluma without submitting the question ', to the people of both counties. If the friends ' of Petaluma will advocate bringing the mat-| ...

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