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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 22 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 1862. 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 Dist...

Publication Title: Marin Journal
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OUR AGENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 22 February 1862

OUR AGENTS. Marin County Journal. Correspondence is solicited from this and adjoining counties, to which, due attention will be given. Notices of Births, Marriages and Deaths inserted free of charge. 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 22 (INFORMATION WANTED Of VINCENT A. RYAN, a printer, formerly a resident of Frederick City, Md.; who came to California about six months since. Any information concerning him will be thankfully received at this office. San Francisco and the Interior papers will please pass this around.) THE blows of the Union army are beginning to fall thick and heavy upon the heads of the rebel army. News of victory at every movement of our troops crowd thick and fast upon us, and equals the highest expectations of the friends of the Union. It is now plainly perceptible that in this age, and espec...

Publication Title: Marin Journal
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Washington's Birth-day.— [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 22 February 1862

Washington's Birth-day. --- George Washington was born in Westmoreland county, Va., near the banks of the Potomac, on the 22d of February 1732, and died in 1799. He was justly styled by the American people the "Father of his Country;" and by the king-ridden and oppressed of the old world, the benefactor of mankind. In the cause of American Independence, and the establishing of this great Republic he was a triumphant warrior and successful ruler. On retiring from the scenes of his earthly glory he deposited the sword with which he won our freedom, among the archives of his country, with his dynig injunction that it "never be unsheathed but in self-defence or the defence of the country and her freedom;" and when thus drawn, never to return it to its scabbard nor give it up, but prefer falling with it in their hands to the relinquishment thereof. To the memory, and in honor of George Washington, this day we unfurl to the breeze the flag of our county — we join the social circle around ...

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Swamp and Overflowed Lands.— [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 22 February 1862

Swamp and Overflowed Lands. --- The engineer, C. B. Ellis, Esq., appointed by the Board of Commissioners for the reclamation of the swamp and overflowed lands, is now engaged in making an examination and survey of the marsh land lying between San Rafael and the Bay, the report of which survey, together with the cost of reclamation will, when completed, be submitted to said commissioners for their action. We understand that Mr. Ellis has fixed upon the point on San Rafael Creek, near where the Slaughter-House formerly stood, for damming up said creek and placing a flood-gate. This will remove the Embarcadero at least three-fourths of a mile farther from the town, making it very inconvenient for our citizens. The advantages of the crossing and flood-gate at the upper embarcadero, would be far greater to this town and the surrounding country, than the expense of continuing the embankment or levee along said creek up to that place.

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LEGISLATIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 22 February 1862

LEGISLATIVE. San Francisco, Feb. 19th. THE MARIN CONTESTED ELECTION. Mr. TILTON presented the following report from the committee on Elections: The Committee on Elections, to whom was refered the case of Alexander Gordon, contesting the election of Archibald McAllister, as Member of the Assembly from Marin county, beg leave to report: That they have carefully examined a large mass of documentary evidence submitted by the contesting parties, for the purpose of proving that illegal votes were cast for members of Assembly in Marin county, at the last general election. It is alleged by the contestants, that a number of illegal votes were cast, chiefly at the Gallinas Precinct, in consequence of which Mr. Archibald McAllister was declared by the proper authority to be duly elected a Member of the Assembly from Marin county. It appears by the poll list, and is also proved by depositions submitted in evidence, that only seventy-two persons in all voted at the Gallinas Precinct at the gener...

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In a Printing Office. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 22 February 1862

In a Printing Office. THE composing room of a printing office is about as productive of various questions, and elicits as much curiosity from visitors, as any place of business we know of. The first thing a visitor does is to step up to a case where fingers are at work, and watch every motion, with perfect steadfastness, and looks into the compositor's face to see where his eyes are; the process looks mysterious, and questions follow about like this: "How do you know where to find the letters? Are they arranged in order? How do you know when the right side is up? — What's the reason there's more type in some boxes than the others? I should think you would make mistakes; and ought to have the boxes marked? Don't you get the wrong letters sometimes?" Looking around he spies in one corner, a lot of "something" that calls forth, "What are these?" Compositor — "Quads.'' Visitor — "What's Quads?" Compositor explains. Next finds the form from which another is distributing. Visitor — "Distr...

Publication Title: Marin Journal
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School Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 22 February 1862

School Meeting. Pursuant to notice, a meeting of the citizens of San Rafael School District was held on the 15th inst., at the Court House in San Rafael, when Jas. T. Stocker was chosen as Chairman, and Jas. D. Bullis, Secretary. —- Mr. Stocker, on taking the chair, stated the object of the meeting — to select a site for a School House for said district, and to devise ways and means for the erection of the same. On motion it was resolved that the Trustees accept offer of Jno. Simms. Esq., to donate a lot in San Rafael, on the corner of B and Second streets, on which to place the building, and also to advance money for the completion of the same, and that he have a lien on the property to secure him until said money be refunded. On motion the name of E. H. Pomeroy wasn added to the building committe; said Committee now consists of Jas. T. Stocker, R. B. Frink and E. H. Pomeroy. On motion a Financial Committee was appointed, for the purpose of soliciting and collecting funds for the e...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 22 February 1862

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 22 February 1862

Marin County Journal. San Rafael, February22, 1862. Ornament your Homesteads. — Now is your time to plant the useful and the beautiful. The season is now at hand, and the opportunity should not be lost. If our citizens would reflect a little and think how much could be done to make the grounds around their dwellings look more cheerful, they would improve their yards, plant trees, roses, vines, and these all would welcome the dweller within to a fragrant home. At a very little cost every resident of our beautiful valley could have all those nice, delicate and delicious fruits upon their tables daily, such as Strawberries, Raspberries, Currants, Gooseberries, Blackberries; also Grapes, Nectarines, Peaches, Apples, Pears, &c, and every dollar invested adds to the value of the homestead should the owner desire to change his residence and make sale of the same. We notice that there is now a fine lot of these things for sale, and a good variety can be had. We have seen them at...

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A Beautiful Extract.- [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 22 February 1862

A Beautiful Extract. --- IT is really refreshing in these times of rebellion, war and floods, to alight upon something good and substantial far above the ordinary mass of newspaper scribbling. We clip the following beautiful extract from the California Farmer, the able editor of which, shows himself as capable of wielding the pen as in giving instruction to the bone and sinew of our State in cultivating the soil. — The mere fact that our name chances to be mentioned is no sufficient reason why we should withold it from the perusal of the readers of the Journal. Although excessive modesty prevents us from "blowing our own horn," we never are offended when we hear it "blasted" by others, especially as in the present instance, when we are satisfied that "a defunct quadruped of the canine species is not being shoved at us." Here it is: "THE MARIN COUNTY JOURNAL. — This Journal, edited and published by Jerome A. Barney, Esq., is a creditable paper for a county so curtailed of postal faci...

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The Weather.— [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 22 February 1862

The Weather. --- IN consequence of the disparity of caloric between the upper and lower regions of the circumambsent atmosphere, the minute aqueous particles floating therein have affiliated and accumulated in such rotund proportions, and ponderosity, that in perfect obedience to the laws of nature, at the time of notcing this great chronological event, they are descending in rapid succession to surface of our terrestrial sphere, rendering saponaceous our roadbeds of outer and inner communication.

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Apportionment of the School Fund for Marin County.— [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 22 February 1862

Apportionment of the School Fund for Marin County. --- NOTICE has been served upon the County Treasurer by the Superintendant of Schools for Marin County, that the following is the apportionment of the School Fund on hand to the 22nd of January 1862, and subject to the order of the Trustees of the several School Districts: Novato — 37 children — $89,81¾. San Rafael — 174 children — $422,38½. Corte Madera — 74 children — $179,63, Bolinas, No. 1 — 57 children — $138,36¾. " No. 2 — 59 children — $143,22. Tomales, No. 1 — 32 children — $77,68. " No. 2 — 30 children — $72,82¾. American Valley — 41 children — $99,52¼. Chileno Valley — 51 children — $123,80¼. San Antonio — 52 children — $126,23. Justice Court, Feb. 17. SAN RAFAEL TOWNSHIP. WM. S. HUGHES, Judge. — People vs. Jno. DeFries — Criminal suit for malicious mischief. The jury in this xase being unable to agree, were discharged. A venire for 24 jurors were ordered, and the case set for the 21st at 10 o'clock, A. M. Wm. Scott vs. Pa...

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War Details. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 22 February 1862

War Details. By Overland Telegraph. THE following is a summary of Eastern intelligence since our last issue: Ft. Donelson on Cumberland river in Tennessee, surrendered unconditionally to the Federal forces on Sunday the 16th inst., after a fierce and bloody conflict of three days — 15,000 prisoners including Gens. Buckner and Johnson. The Federal loss is stated at 400 killed and 800 wounded. It is supposed loss in killed and wounded cannot be less than 10,000. They lost 53 field-pieces, 17 heavy guns, 20,00 stand of arms, and 3,000 horses, besides a large quantity of commissary stores. The rebel army is reported as being completely demoralized, having no confidence in their leaders. STILL LATER. Feb. 19. — To-day Gen. Halleck sent a dispatch from St. Louis to Gen. McClellen to the following effect: "We have captured Brigadier-General Price, one of the Rebel Army; also, Col. Dorsey, Col. Cross and Captain Inge, of Price's staff." It is reported here this afternoon that the Rebels are...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 22 February 1862

:'. isimeotea so mo are re- . and luc.kc sfttluWM. LINDSEY. BLOCK, LEVY Ss CO., lli UElLßlls is dwai'e,Boota and Shoos. [which wo uffaf for wile tit Hun Francisco pricos. Give u«s a call. [jan ii WELLS, FARGO & CO, EXPRESS SAN RAFAEL, C. TALCOTT, AGENT. j "QETWEEN Kan Hafael and San Quentin. |XS on the 23d in.it., a si.iall Memorandum ißook. containing notes and papers of no use Ito !l*i>.' mtg bu*"- the OWIILT. Anv lierami name w' 1 bo sur it at this ofiice. (j'2o '• 7,000 Crape Plant*-. NOW IS THE TIME TO VI,ANT OUT YOUK GllAl'E VINES. The undersigned has on hand Seven Thousand Orapu Plants of one year's growth and Of superior quality, which he will sel! at reasonable prices. d2B 4t T. MAJION, San Uufucl.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 22 February 1862

E. EEV Y, Wriolosalo and Kotail Dry Goods AND GROCERY STORES, (BOLINAS AND O L E M A.I st received a full assortment ot< I _Li Goods to which he would cull the att,.'ii- ■ Itioi! of the putilio. i !v J Ooo(i« sold at San Francisco prices. I | I—47—tf €lM> VIE A N.O ?> Y WJB T«Oe!ia«3ic Drops. no more of Aching Teeth. These Drops have been extensively used! by thousands whose experience has proved that the Anodyne will give immediate andi permanent relief after the failure of every I other remedy. It i-j pleasant to the taste; and smell, and a lew applications will remove ! the pain and sornoss from a decayed tooth,so; thatit may he tilled and rendered as useful I [us ever When the pain proceeds from the; I face, or from the gums around a tooth apar-1 lentiy sound, this Anodyne will give speedy] rel'of by rubbing a few drops on the part af-l feoted. It has only to become generally known to be as highly appieeiated by the; public as it is by dentists. ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 22 February 1862

Lower side of I'laza, near ClnvStrcet, ' San Francisco. ■ Employment Office and General ! AGENCY. i ijiLKMSII all kinds of help for Families, \ D Hotels, Farmer*, Mining Companies, : Mills, Factories, Shops, &c, ; Also, have a ileal Estate Agency, and ati tend to business in that line. I t'elil.s—ly ; l __ * In the matter of the Estate of Horatio F. Bird, deceased, NOTICE is hereby given by the. undersigned, Administrator of the above named estate, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against said deceased, to exhibit the same with the necessary vouchers within ten months from the first publication of this notice, to the undersigned, at his residence, in Bolinas• Township, Marin County, Cal,, on the Mesa, about one and a half miles west of Gregorio Briones' residence. MARTIN VANDUZER, Adm'r. of Horatio F. Bird, deceased, Dated Feb. 12th 1862. [feb 15 — 4t. In the matter of the Estate of George D. Street, deceased. In the Probate Court of Marin County IT app...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 22 February 1862

County Warrants Due. The following Marin County Warrants are now due, and will ba paid upon • lation: . ( I¥os. 891, 999, 1014, l#lf, lISO.'IIHI, 1200,1218,1203,158, 201, 303, 187, ISO, 242, 202, 241. net 12 JAS. DIXON, Treaturer. Fish's Infallible Restorative yt>K THE H AIR. WILL Restore ©rcy £Sair TO ITS OMfGIIVAL COLOR. | It tho Hair from falling off. 7 j cures I'aldness urn! n moved nil dandruif mitl scurf from the head. I It allays: all irritation c.-r rli«- scalp. It coolsa:nl refresh! ■; lli.' hi iul( :ii■ < 1 Imparts to the hitir a healthy, lively appearance". P. S, —ThenwJJiortieH which remove dandruff ani! -"inrfinii the head, allay irritation land in.''h, scalp from the humors, render this (inicli: invaluable as a lotion in all cutaneous affections; such as [trli, Hash, Salt llheum, (Jhihlaius, Krysipehisi, Ringworms. Shingles, Hid s and Stings of insects, and all eruption*;ol the skin,(specially that caused by Pohitn t'■''>. I The only ge...

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Lines to Mrs. L.M.M. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 22 February 1862

Lines to Mrs. L.M.M. \ % BY E. M. HOOD. ■■■pMMMMwpanMarfii" ■■ ■ >iy—« 1 mmpm liitariit County grnuual. ««, 1862. .llttl iXIII " ! —— I saw thee when thou was't a maiden With youthful treasures richly laden, For lovelier mem, and beauty rarer Were seldom seen—and thou the wearer. And when the ties of wife nnrt mother Had dearly bound thee to another, I saw thee when those bonds unfastened, Bow meekly to the hand that chastened. Thus early widowed in life's morning, Each Christian grace tliv brow adorning, I've seen how early thou hast striven To bring thy loved ones up for Heaven. Twice wedded now again I see thee, Nor would from chain of llymen free thee ; Mcthinks the loveliest links that bound thej Thou wearest gracefully around thee. With earthly blessings daily showering, Thy path of life with blossoms flowering, Oh, may lie send, the great good (iivcr, Heaven's choicest gifts to thee forever. Moscow, (Michigan;) Jan. Ist ISGI. •l?y request we publish' to above lines...

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