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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 — 15 February 1862

THE MARIN COUNTY JOURNAL. VOL. 1. SAN RAFAEL, MARIN CO. CAL. SATURDAY, FEB'Y. 15, 1862. NO 48

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A Valentine. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 15 February 1862

A Valentine. *? ifotlml. f I 0 •••••». j Friend of my childhood and life's sunny morn, , Together we've sought the -wild-rose—yet , the thorn Remained in my grasp,while the rose bloomed I for you, Leaving gay life changing ever anew. I We pledged our young hearts, true, faithful, t sincere, ( Confiding I trusted and banished all fear, , But oh! years have passed since the first j happy hour I owned to fond heart young Love's ruling power — i And changes have followed as years sped around, . Enjoyment has met you, and pleasure's have crowned; t While cloudlets are wreathing themselves i 'round my head ; I am told the bright smile of my youth has ( not iled. ; Yet oh ! it is Hope that is seen on my brow, ■ For I've trusted you ever, I trust even now; I Ah ! what were life, if it held not for me • A fond hope, dear one, that I'm yet loved by , i thee! t I indeed would be sad if time had revealed • Our vows were destroyed which with kisses f you sealed; ! Fortune most cruel has bidden u...

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A HUNG JURY. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 15 February 1862

A HUNG JURY. f BT SOL SMITII. f Who, in St. Louis, does not know ■ Noah Ridgely ? Who, in St. Louis, 1 has not known him for a long time—not ' long enough not to know "anybody , else"—but a long, long time—years ? . Even here, in New Orleans, Noah is tolerably well known—and, at the river towns intermediate, there are a few \ "'fellers" who are on terms of speaking acquaintance with him. In fact.wher--1 ever the steamer Hannibal has made a landing—(and where is the landing she has not made a stop at ?) —Noah has been seen and known at some time or - other. . But in St. Louis—well, there j is no use writing about how well he's known there. , And wherever known, , Noah is a favorite—l might say a great I favorite. He has been clerk of the afo'resaid Hannibal for I don't know how many years—and the Hannibal . continues to perform voyages between New Orleans and St. Louis with her [ single but powerful engine, and seems f as good as new, and Noah comes a- .' round with his freight bills...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 15 February 1862

NOTICE is hereby given that an application will be made to the District Court of the 7th Judicial District in the County of Marin, at the term thereof to be held at San Rafael, in said County, on Monday the 3d day of March, A. D. 1862, at the opening of the Court on that day, or as soon thereafter as counsel can be heard, for an order of said Court establishing the genuineness of a Patent issued by the United States of America to James Black, the claimant and confirmee of said land, on the First day of November, A. D. 1861, for certain lands situated within the said County of Marin, State of California, known as the Rancho "Nicasio," and that said Patent may be recorded in the Marin County Recorder's Office, pursuant to an "Act concerning certified copies of certain instruments in writing, approved April 29th 1857. Dated January 28th 1852. JAMES BLACK, feb 1 — 4w Owner of said land. NOTICE is hereby given that an application will be made to the District Court of the 7th Judicial Dis...

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OUR AGENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 15 February 1862

OUR AGENTS. Marin County Journal. Correspondence is solicited from this and «gptßi>ig eouttiK, to v-Ucfc&da* f.tt»atina Xotueie! Bbi)»,ll«:dagtuuetUd free of sharge. THOS. BOYCE, corner of Washington and Montgomery streets, San Francisco. H. T. JONES, Novato. RICHARD MAGEE, Nicasio. E. LEVY, Olema. THOS. K. WATSON, San Quentin. L. DENOS, Reed Rancho. SAN RAFAEL,FEBRUARY 15 The Rebellion. — BY the late news from the East it will be seen with joy to every lover of his country, that this causeless, wicked, and unnatural rebellion has received its death-blow. The brilliant achievement of the Burnside Expedition in throwing a large army in the rear of Norfolk and Richmond, to operate in conjunction with our army on the Potomac; and the impossibility of the Confederate leaders to concentrate from their wide scattered and panic stricken troops, a sufficient effective force to resist the "onward to Richmond" movements of the Federal army, seems to leave no alternative...

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Brother D. Sember Speaketh. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 15 February 1862

Brother D. Sember Speaketh. Brother D. Sember Speaketh. BACHELOR'S HALL, Feb. 10th 1862. MR. EDITOR. — Glancing over your Journal of last week, I noticed a very pressing invitation to "write unto me." Notwithstanding repeated consultations with 'Bloggs' a distinguished contributor of the Morning Call, and noted for his remarkable faculty for discovering the origin of ideas, I have been unable to discover the precise individual to whom the epistle is to be addressed, and am also in the same state of uncertainty as to the "sweet spirit" referred to. I have finally concluded, that, as the author of that love-ly effusion must be a feminine, from the nom de plume, that an answer from any one of the sterner sex would be acceptable. I much regret, however, that although the "soft, holy radiance of twilight is stealing," yet I cannot quite coincide with the expression that "thoughts of the morrow disturb not my breast," for, unfortunately, they do disturb it very seriously; and who can wond...

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From Tomales. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 15 February 1862

From Tomales. TOMALES, Feb. 10th 1862. Mr. Editor. — As the County Supervisors have seen fit to decline our request, praying for the appointment of a Justice of the Peace at Tomales Port, we would most respectfully inquire wherein are our shortcomings ? We know of no reason why our petition should be passed unheeded. We have heard it rumored that one of the astute fathers refused the boon, for the reason that the person recommended was not qualified; if so, will the Webster of legal lore inform the citizens of Tomales, what are the necessary qualifications, that we may either instruct, or import some one to fill the office. MANY CITIZENS. Refer to — John Keys, Newell Benedict, John Lynn, R. Samuel, John H. Pond, H. J. Beck, Charles McHenry Butts, Michael Kirk, and R. L. Woodworth.

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The California Mermaid. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 15 February 1862

The California Mermaid. IN the accounts of the voyage of Hernando Grijalva to the coast of Lower (Gulf) California in 1533, contained in Smith's late Collection, is first mentioned the discovery of that curious animal, the California mermaid. At the existence of this inhabitant of the lower coasts has often been doubted, we give a translation from Grijalva's narrative in the above work, taken from the Spanish archives: First sight of it, Sunday, the 9th of November, 1533, in 14½ degrees. Near night we were becalmed without a breath of wind, when there passed close to our vessel, a fish which we never could have supsosed to live; some said it was a man of the sea, while others said it must be a seal. It lifted it's head in front of us, and looked at us three or four times. Second notice. We were now in the middle of the gulf, between the mainland and island of St. Thomas, or Ceralvo, on the 20th of December, coming from the coast of New Spain, when we saw again the fish which we had ...

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War Details. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 15 February 1862

War Details. By Overland Telegraph. THE following is a summary of Eastern intelligence since our last issue: St. Louis, Feb. 6th. — The former U. S. Consul at Honolulu, who is now In Washington, reports that offers have been made by the Hawaiian Government to hypothecate the whole of the Sandwich Islands to the British Government. Feb. 7. — An attack by the Federal troops on Fort Henry, in Tennessee, is expected tonight. Feb. 8th. — The Federal victory at Fort Henry, yesterday was complete. The fight lasted for an hour and a quarter, and was conducted entirely by the gun-boats connected with the expedition. One of the boats received a shot in its boiler, causing it to explode — the explosion killing thirty-two persons. The Infantry portion of the expedition did not arrive at the Fort until after the surrender. The prisoners taken by the Federals were two Rebel Generals, one Colonel, two Captains, and 100 soldiers. The fort mounted 17 guns, and the surrender was unconditional. By thi...

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STILL LATER. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 15 February 1862

STILL LATER. St. Louis, Feb. 11th — Preparations are being made at Fort Henry, on the Tennessee ; river, by the Federal troops, for a movement against Fort Donaldson, on the Cumberland river. The Federal troops took posession of Roanoke Island, North Carolina, yesterday and landed in force. Mason and Slidell arrived at London on the 30th ult, but met with no reception by any portion of the people. They proceeded immediately to Paris. Santa Anna, who is now at Havana, goes to Mexico immediately. Siegel has been promoted by the President to a Major-Generalship. The Federal gun-boats have captured and destroyed all the enemy's [Rebels] transports and camps on the Tennessee river. The Tennessee river has been entirely cleared of all Rebel forces, by the Federals, up to Florence, in Alabama. General Grant, of the Federal army, has invested Fort Donaldson,on the Cumberland river, with seven batteries of artillery, and will shell it to-morrow if it to not previously surrendered. CALIFORNIA...

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DIVINE SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 15 February 1862

DIVINE SERVICE. The regulat appointment of the Rev. R. Carberry, at the Novato School House, for the fourth Sunday of the present month, is postponed until the first Sunday in March, at 11 o'clock, A. M.

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