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MORE COPY. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 22 February 1862

MORE COPY. If the spirit of Edgar Allen Poe could revisit its old haunts, perhaps the writer of the following, from The Printer, would bo honored for his notice of the 'mocking devil' which in The R«ven lives 'for evermore !' The Printer 1 is a spicy lad : •'Qnce in August, wat and dreary, sat this writer, weak and weary, wandering o'er a memorandum book of items used before —'book of scrawling headuotes, rather; Kerns, taking days together, then in hot and sultry weather i —using up much time and weather.) pondering we those items o'er. While jy.c ponn'd them, slowly rocking (thro' our mind queer ideas flocking), came a quiek'Urul nervous knocking—knocking at the sanctum door ; '.Sure, that must ■be Jinks,' wo muttered—'Jinks that's -knocking at our door ; Jinks the everlasting bore.' t Ah, well do wo remind us, in the ■wwllswhich then confined us, 'exchanges lay behind us, and before us, and ground us, all scattered o'er the floor. .Thought, we 'Jinks* wants to borrow »me newspape...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 22 February 1862

fecovU3's —AND—OH , Blao<! and Jjvcr Syraji. IT is highly recommended by'physicians to cure the sollowing diseases, having their origin in a disordered stat« of the blood: Scrofula, Titter or Salt Rheum, Scald head, Canker, Ulceartious and Enlargement of the Joints, Cancerous Tumors, Er. ysipelas," Kind's Evil, St. Anthony's Fire, Obstinate Eruptions, Whits Swellings, Pimples on the Fac«, Rheumatism, Blotches, Pustules, J JjDyspepsia, etc.; Syphilitic and Mercurial allections are cured; Chlorosis or. obstructions in Females, Leucorrhea or Wfiites, are relieved by the use of this Medicine, The medicinal prapertii* of SaraapariUa in conjunction with Stillingia art well known by *ll medio.*! men to be the best compound yet discovered to cleaax and purify the blood, and eradicate all humoie from the aystern. We hare given the recipe to most physicians in the country, that they may know what they are using; and will continue to send it by mail to those desirous of knowing the ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 22 February 1862

At Greatly Reduced Prices ! At Greatly llcduccd Prices!! At Greatly Reduced Prices! IJ $6O AND UPWARD. §6O AND UPWARD, $6O AND UPWARD. 25 per cent Discount 25 per cent Discount! I 25 per cent Discount!!! FROM OUR FORMER PRICES The great success attending the introductien of our new style Family Sewing Machines in this State (as in all others) has prompted certain unprincipled and unreliable parties t.i endeavor to force upon the public, certain, so called CiicnjpgiTlacMaies, which, either by legal injuuetions or from their own inherent defects, have long since died out in the Eastern States. IT IS OVII DETERMINATION TO sriTT.Y A GOOD MACHINE AT A LOW that the purchaser may, as past instances ex-1 perience in the purchase of the mis-named "Cheap Sewing Machines," a dear bargain and a waste of money. THE WORLD WIDE REPUTATION GROVER& BAKER MACHINES, And the fact that ISi Have been already sold, and are daily and hourly merrily clicking in every quarter of the globe, procla...

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

DELEHANTY & SKELLY, SODAFACTORY Market street, scar Mission, San Francisco. Have constantly on hand a large supply of Bottles, Twines', Acids, CorJcs, Soda Stock, For the trade and Country Merchants, All of which will be sold to the trade at the lowest cash prices. agents in California for the NEWARK CHAMPAGNE CIDER. tyOrdcrs by post or otherwise punctually attended to, and goods delivered anywhere n the citv or county of San Francisco, vlnllif ANTON ho>UX. I'RANK I). CARLTON. A. ROMAN & CO. lmporters PUBLISHERS, No. 507 Montgomery Street, San Fkajt CISCO. WE invite the especial attention of the liook Trade to our immense stock of Standard and Miscellaneous Book 3 and to our superior facilities for filling orders and procuring llonir and Foreign Publications at the shortest possible notice. J.SP'Ordcrs filled with promptness and dispatch, and at the very lowest rates. Our own and Puw.isiiEß'r Catalogues GRATUITOUSLY. " [Nov 2—llll ~ NOTICE." mllE p...

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

MARIN JOURNAL ( JOB OFFICE.* n) Tin: rro])rietor would r, jkinform the .public that he is now/tS to execute all hinds of Jobs; ji ,»V/Printing, such as (/j 9 Stecd/d, ) Q sahh,Pc, .[: yhi a style inferior; to none," and aV* fVihort notice. ( Meeting of the Courts. DISTRICT COURT, 7th Judicial District., HON. E. W. McKINSTRY, Judge. Meets on the 1st Monday in March, July and November. COURT OF SESSIONS; R. B. FRINK, Judge; N. Nuckolds, R. C. Welch, Associates. Meets on the 1st Monday iu Feb'y., May, August and November. COUNTY COURT AND PROBATE COURT. Meets at the same time as Court of Sessions. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS. — Meets on the 1st Monday in Feb'y., May, August and November. San Rafael Institute AND BOARDING SCHOOL. Under the charge of the Rev H. GILBERT. Miss JULIA C. GILBERT, Principal The first Session will commence in January—to continue 4 months. The Second Session will commence in th» middle of May, and continue 3 1-2 month*. The Third Session will commence on th* lSth »f S...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 1 March 1862

THE MARIN COUNTY JOURNAL. VOL. 1. SAN RAFAEL, MARIN CO. CAL. SATURDAY, MARCH 1, 1862. NO 50.

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THE MARIN COUNTY JOURNAL [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 1 March 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. Subscription for 1 year 500 D " G nuw. 300 g< " Jj HIOH. 1 50 And if paid in advancs the following: J •One year, £-lf>o lc Six jbolWib, '-'- 60 p Three months, . 1 25 a 51/*AclvcrtioOmonts inserted at the t ] following rates, 1 square of 12 linos or less, 200; each insertion thereafter 1 00 will be charged. v CS*"A liberal discount made to yearly advertisers. " Meeting of thE Courts. DISTRICT COURT, 7th Judicial District. HON. E. w. McKINSTRY, Judge. Meets on the 1st Monday in March, July and November. COURT OF SESSIONS; R. B. FRINK, Judge; N. Nuckolds, R. C. Welch, Associates. Meets on the 1st Monday in Feb'y., May, August and November. COUNTY COURT, AND PROBATE COURT. Meets at the same time as Court of Sessions. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS. — Meets on the 1st Monday in Feb'...

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THE CROWN OF GEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 1 March 1862

THE CROWN OF GEMS. v'A'-c/icd!. "I love you!" 'twas abrother's voice s That poured the into mine ear, That bade my aching heart rejoice, Dispel the sigh and check the tear ; 1) And those sweet words I've treasured well Within my heart's most secret cell. ' •»'I love you," from a sixer's lips Was prattled true a«d fond, t - And oh ! of all life's honied sips, v I place this gem beyond ; •Oh! may it's holy radiant light t Illume my pathway day and night.. « "I lozc on," says the lisping tongue c Of little cousin Sue, While 'round my neck her arms are flung, (She whispers, "I loze oo ;" None eon surpass by brighter hue, D ' The gem that murmurs '•! loz» oo." •"I love you," is the silver" beam Marked fully on each gem, ; <oh! was there e'er such lustre seen On royal diadem ? Qr has the haughty monarch's brow 1 Been honored more than mine is now ? { No ! never —and the wealth I claim— ' The wealth all price above, t And 'tis a pure and holy aim t To win ail angel's love ; , An...

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SPRING. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 1 March 1862

SPRING. - fc BY RENA J. ,i "Spring's delight's are now returning, W Blooming flowers fill the vule, tl And within her leafy bowers 0 Plaintive sings the nightingale." . SrHixo is coming at last. Wo can s \ tell it by the warm breath that floats to li us over green hills and greener valleys J " by the sweet Spring blossoms that, arc rspringing up iu every sheltered nook — .-. pure, white anemones as frail as are all 1, lovely things, and dewy violet 3 in whoso j o praise so in any pongs have been sung, | and whose modest lessons have thrilled through so many hearts. • And, although dame Nature is at this y very moment shedding tears over one p little village, yet gleams of sunshine, at 'times, flash through the lowering clouds, and the wind's shrill whistle is [ dying away to a faint whisper. How the sweet, faint perfume of the \ Spring breezes brings before us the spring time of one's childhood home. f The long, joyful rambles with school- a mates over bill and vale—through for- o c...

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My Frst Proposal-A story of Love, Mad and Alligators. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 1 March 1862

My Frst Proposal-A story of Love, Mad and Alligators. ( Were you ever down on the Red j River, in Arkansas, reader? It'not, all : the "elephants' you've seen lack the . ivory. My first experience there was , pleasant —I may say quite pleasant.— . I may detail it for you, perhaps one of 1 these days. It occurred in consequence , of an advertisement for an editor for the , Alexandria Gazetteer, on the Bed llivcr, j stating as an inducement, that the sal- : ary was large, pistols, amunition and . bowie knives provided, and only six.ed- . itors has been killed in the previous ( five months. Wether I accepted the situation or ( not, has nothing to do with this story. . It was only a few weeks after that ad- . vertiscment met my eyes, that the same , eyes were blessed with a first sight of j j Clara Burton. And as a first sight al- , most always brings a dead shot, so II: got a plumper right in my heart when], t went to see her. The glossiest of curls danced about;, the rosiest of cheeks,...

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The Rains of Hamton Village. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 1 March 1862

The Rains of Hamton Village. The first object that strikes the eye of 1 the beholder are scares of blackened ;and totterii]# chimneys, standing like mournful monuments of desolation and rain beneath. Passing the outer picket guard of the Union troops at the opposite: end of the bridge, v.'e followed a scouting party to the distant end of the town, and observing that the coast was clear, proceeded to explore the ruins.— Hamton was a place of some importance; there is the Richmond 'turnpike which went through the heart of the place ar.d formed the principal street. On this are the ruins of a bank, fine brick residences and spacious hardware, grocery au«l other :-toivs. On I the o.itskii'Uof the town,on '.'lis street, .stands tl'.e old E;;isceji,l church, of | which we g'vo ;< full I:::• !: ■ -v/ith. ! This main streU U r• < ' by 'by others : t it T!.u t-'d" 'walks -of li.t} ior.-.i.-i' !•<• ; -4 with j'hrick-s li!:o 1 h"«t- o-'; it'• S'.ia, with j wood...

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DIVINE SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 1 March 1862

DIVINE SERVICE. Tun rogulat appointment of tho Iter. R. Curberry, at theNovato School J louse, for the fourth Sunday of the present month, U postponed until the lirst Sunday in March, fit 11 o'clock, A. M.

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

SPECiALNOTIGF.S. Ci.'ivi: Anolivm: TooTHAC'iik Duoi's. — Why will you continue b martyr to tooth* itchu and broken rest, while h situ pic, pleasant unci cflicacions remedy is within your reach? Apply the ULOVH ANOM'NK mid you will obtain immediate relief. It will not in tin; (.lightest decree discolor the pearly enamel u! the t.■■•!;., iitmi•-.; !!;•• fftims, or unpleasantly infect the breath. hmimtit li.'tuists constantly usn it in their practice, and prtiiv ii highly, [fa !•'• •; •■ I' H ' ill ■ tIVI-IVT.. 'i". : is i-ll- •'.-' !„' •'■;;' ,' tor'ii.' ■ iiv, ■ ,'. St ,1 11 ' -.:.! : i i ji'vilK' i.!l !' i'- 111 lit*. .!■ ■ :i tie •. . ■ -cssion of t '.. ■ i. ■-; o.>ri- ;i! jltj n : eof l; i iiu-toii .-, ( ii. ."■■ Vilv. ■ <- V. MARIN JOURNAL )\] OB OFFICE.^ til.- pulilu! 11 int lit; ih n««y ',, .1 to i-xeeutu ;ili kinds of Joi. : V .', »u< li as (./• ' i "■;> 111 i ,j\ VUilWllUiy, *Vln u styl" inferior to Bono, nml at' <• ]\ ih...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 1 March 1862

Marin County Journal. San Rafael, March 1st, 1862. Progress of the War. — Nashville has surrendered without a blow. Rebellion in Tennessee has received the greatest discomfiture since the commencement of the war. Treason in that State, as well as in Kentucky, Missouri and Western Virginia, is totally defeated. One more victory, at Memphis, where it is supposed the rebel generals will endeavor to make a stand with their disheartened and half-mutinous soldiers, and the whole of the Mississippi Valley States will be conquered, and will willingly acknowledge their allegiance to the Union, and rejoice that they are freed from the chains of their tyrant leaders. The entire South cannot but see that they are confronted on every side with a superior and conquering army. Their last hope of carrying the war into the loyal States has vanished, and with the reekings of the wouldbe belligerent power, may we not hope for a speedy return to reason and submission to a just and equitable Government....

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The Contested Case. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 1 March 1862

The Contested Case. THE Legislature in the contest for seat in the Assembly as member from this county, between Alex. Gordon, contestant, and A. C. McAllister, sitting member, after hearing counsel, decided in favor of the contestant by a vote of 39 to 31. Gordon was sworn in and took his seat.

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Southern Items. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 1 March 1862

Southern Items. Rebel testimony to the rigorous efficiency of the blockade of the Southern coast accumulates constantly. The latest is from the Memphis Appeal of January 3d, which declares that the risk of running the blockade at present is too great, and comparatively but few are willing to encounter the losses that are so apt to follow the experiment. It is understood however, that the rebel authorities have gone to the trouble to prepare a formidable schedule of skiffs, shallops and scows claimed to have evaded the vigilance of our cruisers, which they intend laying on the tables of the members of the French and English parliament against their approaching session, in the hope of persuading those Governments to raise the blockade. The New Orleans Delta states, that in consequence of the prospective "difficulties between the National Government and England, the premium on gold fell from thirtyfive and forty per cent, to fifteen and twenty per cent, while that on silver went down 1...

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Capture of Fayetteville, Ark. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 1 March 1862

Capture of Fayetteville, Ark. [From yesterday's "Alta."] St. Louis, Feb. 27. — Gen. Curtis has taken possession of Fayetteville, Ark., capturing a number of prisoners, stores and baggage. The enemy burned part of the town before they left. They have crossed Boston Mountains in great confusion. We now posess all their strongholds. Washington, Feb. 27th. The Republican intimates that Jeff. Davis has made overtures for a compromise. It is said that he asks for a Convention of all the States to definitely adjust the question. Its issue requires new guarantees for slavery. Mr. Wilson of Massachusetts, will to-mor-row introduce in the Senate a resolution to extend aid to Maryland add Delaware, in order that they may abolish slavery. Minister Cameron has received his final instructions as Minister to Russia. The Senate admitted Mr. Stark, Senator from Oregon, by a vote of 26 to 19. He appeared and took the oath, and it is understood that he intends to call for an investigation of his case ...

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War Details. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 1 March 1862

War Details. By Overland Telegraph. The following is a summary of Eastern intelligence since our last issue: Feb. 22, 1862. A Charleston dispatch says that Savannah, Georgia, which has lately been placed in a position that was thought to be impregnable, has just surrendered. The accounts of victories elsewhere had crept into camp and greatly dispirited the troops. The taking was accompanied by a brilliant series of military and naval operations. Some distinguished officers are among the prisoners. Governor Harris, of Tennessee, has convened the Legislature to meet on Monday, the 24th, to repeal the Secesssion Acts. The Rebel officers will surrender Nashville if private property is respected. The shores at Hilton Head, Bay Point and Beaufort are occupied by some 30,000 troops and seamen, with the nescessary concomitants and ships of war. A new expedition, reinforced by ships from that point, will shortly sail for the Gulf, and great activity prevails. General Curtis has taken Bentonv...

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