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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 19 April 1862

wan Jfitanctico ' For San Francisco. THE ATOLL-KNOWN STEAMER PETALUMA, ||RsBJffiS> Notice to Cattle Drovers RAiVCEtEEOS. THIS steamer will touch daily at the wharf at San Quentin, on which there is no tolls —and opposite the landing in San Francisco, is a corral in which cattle brought by her can be placed, free of charge, until the time specified in the ordinance to allow them to be driven through the streets. Reynolds, Howell & Ford, Commission |lte|aitfs, 77 AND IV DAVIS STREET,. m23—ly SAN FRANCISCO COME MOWN!! GO TO THE PACIFIC TEMPEKANCE HOUSE, Nos. JL 35 and 37 Pacific Street, between Front and Davis. luxury furnished. PLEASE NOTICE ! ! BOAI6B, sB,o© Per Week. £l,oo " " jSisagSe OTcals, S3 cts. !7 ly WM. F. McJLLESTER, Charles F. Bobbins, Importer and Dealer in TYPE, PRESSES, Printing Material, Inks, Card Stock. Nos. 11l and 113 Clay Street, m 23—ly SAN FRANCISCO. J PAIITTER & CO. 'i rq Practical Printers und Dealers in. Vs%mAtr lyp°) "rcsse...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 26 April 1862

THE MARIN COUNTY JOURNAL. VOL. 2. --- NO. 6.} SAN RAFAEL, CAL. SATURDAY, APRIL 26, 1862. {WHOLE NO. 58.

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TERMS. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 26 April 1862

TERMS. Cp*IN'VARIABLY IN ADVANCE.^] One year, $4 00 Six months, 2 SO Three months, 1 25 inserted at the 'following rates, 1 square of 10 lines or less, 2 00; each insertion thereafter 1 00 will be charged. EP*A liberal discount made to yearly advertisers.

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Poetical. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 26 April 1862

Poetical. For the Journal Ever to Tliee. Ever to thee! my thouglite are returning, Filling my soul with love more sincere, Tho' far away affection's light is burning well my lonely heart to cheer! Why ah, oh why! should my sad fate be to wander, Far from the one with whom I ne'er should part; Oh! distance ne'er dims the love still growing fonder, While I retain thine image in my heart: • Still while I live, where ever I may, ■Fond thoughts are turning ever to thee. Ever to thee! each zephyr whispers kindly As it sweeps gently o'er my acinus brow, Closing my eyes, while tears are starting blindl) r , To theelreturn.in day-dreams e'en a-; now; Then I recall our silence when we parted, Think of that sweet, sad, yet soothing smile, While love proclaimed thee, then too noblehearted, Tears ne'er attempting thy sorrow to beguile; Still while I live where ever 1 may be, Know my wandering spirit flies ever to thee. Novate, March '62. sistf.ii may. For the "Journal." Mr. Editor.—l am living a...

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"Yanks" AND YANKEES.—Active [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 26 April 1862

"Yanks" AND YANKEES.—Active Rebels in the Secession States, and their sympathizers in our midst, delight in terming all Northern men "Yanks" or "Yankees." They use these phrases with a peculiar relish, implying that there is some very opproprious meaning attached to them.— In order that custom may not arbitraily invest these terms with an entirely different signification to that which legitmately belongs to them, let us examine their origin. The word Yankee was orriginally an indian designation applied by the aborigines to the ConiUJiiuNTr Tribe, and if we accept the appellation as strictly applying to all loyal men engaged in crushing llcbullion.the term is appropriate and significant. The word "Yank" has •■■ lso been also vulgarly accepted as meaning to jerk out by overpowing force. and would aptly apply to the manner in which our soldiers have "yanked" the traitors out of their strongholds,— the root of both these words is the ababoriginal term of "Yangese, In th( mutation of Ind...

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To Douglass. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 26 April 1862

To Douglass. For the Journal. Twas a holy Sabbath morn, andthe quiet of heaven w«s there, The low sweet notes of the woodland birds were raided In seeming prayer, The glorious sun of the <; jUcu Wet threw from the azure sky— Such glimmering ray«, that methought I felt au Angel presence nigh. With my own sweet sister Jewel, I treaded the pathway green— Decked with the tiuie.it, fairest flowers e'er in April 'ern, We plucked the d liutyprim-rosc.and daintier Msiden's-hair, The Bethh hem-star, the Mnlva bright, and delicate Hay-blooms fair. We nenrod an old and towering oak with lowly bending bough, We Rented ourselves 'neath its peaceful shade, I seem to see it now, Together we gazed on the joyous past, as in fancy the picture we drew— And the sweetest thought absent one, was the tender thought of you. We dreamed you wore lone and weary, per"haps Inn j miles away, \nd we hoped your -.oul might brightened be, by the aniii.snn's cheerful rny, Little we spoke, but memory fond ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 26 April 1862

Ovatiox to Gen-. Scott.—General Scott had occasion to visit Wall street one day, lately, and was recognized b\ the passers-by in that busy throughfare. who exhibited their high regard for th< )ld hero in this manner. He made a visit to the Leather Manufacturers' [Sank, and hl3 carriage was followed to he building by a crowd, whose cheer.' vere vociferous and hearty. As tin carriage stopped, and the venerabh form of the General appearad nt the loor, the crowd, which had becom' very, large, removed their hats arie >roko into a loud cheer. Gen. Scot! raised.his hat and bowed his acknowl- ' dgements, his white hair waving it• the wind, and his lace expressive o! emotion at the unexceptcd and informal greeting. Gen. Scott went into ihe bank, the crowd awaiting his re--urn. On leaving.he was again the recipient of an ovation, and so ended a pleasant episode—the blockade of William street and a run on the Leather Manufacturers' Lank. The health >f the Gener...

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Negro EQUALITY GOVERNMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 26 April 1862

Negro EQUALITY GOVERNMENTS. It is curious to observo that in the; . States of Maryland, North Carolina, jand Tennessee, for many years after j their organization, negroes were placed! upon an equality with white citizens in ragarJ to the right of sufferage. In the first Constitution of Maryland,! adopted August 14th, 1770, the sth Article of tho Declaration of Right says: "Every man having prjp°rty in, a common interest with, such and an attachment to, the community, ought to have right of sufferage." The 5d Article of tho Constitution, relating to electors, says: "The House of Delegates shall be chosenin the following manner—all freemen above twenty-one years of age, having a freehold of fifty acres of land in the county in which they offer to vote, and residing therein; and all freemen having property in this State above the value of thirty pounds, current money, and having resided in the county in which they offer to vote one whole year next proceeding the election, shall have a ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 26 April 1862

ry'Twas a carm, still nite in junt, when all natur was husht and nary & Zeffer disturbed the serene silense. I sot with the object of mi young heart'• affections on the fens of her daddy'• pastur. I had experienced a hanktring arter her for some time, but daraunt proklamc my passion. Well we tot ' there on the fens a swinging our feel 2 and fro and blushin as red »., the Bal* dinville skule howse when it wae lit panetid, & looked very simple I nade no dowt. Mi left arm was okupide in balunsin miself on the fens, while sal rite arm was wound affekshunilelf round Suzanner's waste. Scz I "Suzanncr, I thinks very muek of you.,' Scz she "how do you run on!" Sez I, "I wish there wae a winder *• mi soul sozeyou cood see some of mi feelings," and I side deeply. I pawsed here, but as she made no reply to it, I continncred on the folering strain : "An cood you know the Sleepless nites I pnrscd on yor account, how, how vittela has scast to be attractiv to to mo, &am...

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MARIN COUNTY JOURNAL. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 26 April 1862

MARIN COUNTY JOURNAL. 4«a Bafael, AprU 26th, 1802. The telegraph has given us but few dispatches during the past week, but they are full of interest, as showing the rapid movements of the Union army upon the panicstricken yet obstinate rebel foe. In the south-west, at Corinth, Beauregard is exerting himself in collecting troops am fortifying that place against Gen. Halleck, who is pressing upon and surrounding him. Com. Foote is wending his way down the Mississippi. In Eastern Virginia the rebels have fallen back upon Richmond and Yorktown. Fredericksburg, Gordonville, and the valley are now in the possession of the Federal forces. At Yorktown a great battle is pending. McClellan in front, is successfully clearing aaay the enemy's obstructions to an approach to their fortifications, while McDowell is preparing to attack them in the rear. Jeff. Davis commands the Confederates in person. Should these two impending battles result in a Federal victory, it would seem that the war must be...

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Corinth. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 26 April 1862

Corinth. The Carton City Silver Age gives the following excellent description of Corinth. As that place is about to be the scene of conflict between the two great armies it will be interesting to our readers to know more about its location: "Corinth is situated on the line of the Memphis and Charleston Railroad, about 150 miles east from Memphis, and about 220 miles west from Stephenson, the junction of the Memphis and Charleston railroad with the Nashville and Charleston railroad. Corinth is a town of from three to five hundred inhabitants, in fact, nothing more than a dining station on the railroad. Its natural strenght and stragetic importance may be thus enumerated; it is the centre of a flat country that affords no commanding high grounds; is located on the head of a swamp shaped like a horse shoe, that forms an impenetrable barrier on three sides, north — south and west. Six miles west of Corinth the railroad is built on piles through a lake or pond, the water varying from a f...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 26 April 1862

NEW ADVERTISEMENTS, List of Letters REMAINING in Wells, Fargo & Co.'s Office, San Rafael, April 23d 1862. — Persons calling for these letters will say they are advertised: Ashbrook, V. | Keene, Jno, Atwell, T. E. | King, Mrs. Robert S. Berdley, Sr. Tomas | Lewis, Thomas 2 Cheney, Andrew 2 | Meireneny, Herman Dogerty, Jos. | Monier, M. Francois Galbec, H. G. | Reando, Apanziano Jara, Don Lorenzo | Simpson, Andrew J. Jerome, M. | Pierson, W. B. Johnson, Charley | Parker, Chas. Kane, Geo. C. a26 C. TALCOTT, Agent. FOR SALE. A new Grover & Baker Sewing Machine. Apply at this office.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 26 April 1862

List of Letters REMAINING in the Post Office at San Rafael, April 23d 1862 : A Alcaras, Mrs. F. B Bradlev, J. W. 2 C Coy, John, I Cunningham, R. 2 Chisholm, D. 2 | Carruther, Thomas D Drummond, Mrs. E. | Derrick, Rey. C. Derrick, Columbus Eustis, G. B. 2 Fritch, James Felton, H. J. 2 Kilally, Mary Merethew, C. F. McVeight, Edgar Sutherland, W. Tulleners, H. Francisco, Delfield Frazer, Luman K Knapp, J. W. 2 M Moate, George McDonald, Edgar P Page, E. W. 4 | Parks, J. 11. Peralta, H | Preston, J. M, Penny, F. B. | Parredu, A. Pinard, John S Sanders, W. T Torres, Mr. M. U Uxtrumm, J. 2 W Wheelock, A. G. a26 D. BLOCK, P. M, OILDIVER'S DELTA E3TB OPENER. A healthy, pure, invigorating Americao* Drink, peculiarly adapted for a Southern or 'tropical Climate, and strongly recommended as u family stimulant by the most eminent Medi- . Men in the "United States and Europe; rip lIE Proprietor of this truly celebrated bev--i. erayc, in his lons experience " s one of the largest Importers of first...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 26 April 1862

SHERIFF'S SALE FOR Delinquent Taxes. BY Virtue of a writ of Execution issued out of the Court of Wm. S. Hughes, Justice of the Peace in and for San Rafael Township, Marin County, State of California, for a judgment rendered in said Court on the 13th day of February 1862, at the suit of the People of the State of California against L. Lagrange, or unknown owners, for delinquent taxes amounting to the sum of $130 26-100, together with the sum of $36,-95-100 per centage and costs of suit, I have levied on and will sell the following Real Estate and improvements as mentioned in said Execution, to wit: A tract of Land, or part of the Briones Rancho in Bolinas Township, containing 500 acres and improvements thereon. Notice is hereby given that on FRIDAY THE 2ND DAY OF MAY, 1862, at 12 o'clock, noon of that day, I will sell the above described property at Public Auction at the Court House door in the village of San Rafael, Marin County, to the person who will take the least quantity or por...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 26 April 1862

V. D. DOUB, Sheriff. EXF263353 SAIMMWr! rpIIK subscriber having taken the above ]_ Saloon,formerly occupied by U. M. (jorr don, Esq., respectfully informs the public (hut lie will be at nil times ready to attend to their spiritual wants. The har will at all times be stocked with the choicest Wines, Liquors & Seg-ars. Attached to the Saloon are two splendid E2iB3iai*d TiiMes, Phelan's Cushions, where " Xnights of the Cue" will always find everything in the most complete order, and particular attention paid to their comfort. CHAS. TALCOTT J.Conner'sSons'U.S.Typo Foundry W'M. FAULKKXaifc fiOS.Agt's., Xo. 52(5 SAXSO.ME STKEKT, £;ua Francisco, €»I. Every article necessary for u complete News, , or Job Printing Ollice, furnished at the lowest prices. AI.SO — Agents for Taylor's Gordon's, Dcgener's, Xewbury's, Potter's ami 1 tnwkiV Presses. march 1.3 —ly [it] | ROMAN EYE BALSAM, irot; ixi'i.amed ]:vi:i.n>i:s, com.udx. ly u.nuiu sour: i;vi;s. j This lialsam was used T...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 26 April 1862

fßh»7i\tA 'Lflll■If*-! m?l 411# M < Wy'if»7*l »m « that the purchaser may, as mstnncOHCxpcricnoc in the purchase of the mis-named "Cheap Sewing Machines," a dear bargain and a waste of money. THE WOULD WIDE REPUTATION CROVER&BAKER SEWfi 7»3A0J22 2li'iES, And the fact that Have been already sold, and are daily ar.<! hourly "merrily clicking in every quarter of 'lie globe, proclaiming, in their unerring action, perfect operation and wonderful biniplicity, rmUll VXD}!X!ABLE SUPERIORITY is the best evidence we can adduce of their merits. The highest efforts of inventive genius, the most perfect application of mechanical skill, and the best practical results of an undivided aim to Prc-omiaonce above all others are combined in the GROVEE & BAKER" FAMILY SEWING MACHINE. That this pre-eminence has been attained is ineontrovertibly evidenced in their unpi ecelented and increasing sale, and tli2 unqualitled success attending them at All iSEtc Fair...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 26 April 1862

6!an (Majaei pjdvtliiwnwtvib. THOS. H. HANSON, ATTORNEY AT L, AW, AM) NOTARY PUBLIC, SAX RAI'AEL, MARIN CO. m 23 tf UAL. JOHN H. HARALSON, ATTORNEY AT LAW, SAN RAFAEL, MAIIIX CO. march 23—lv J. H. MARRJOTT, M. D., PIJYKKIAX AM) SriifiKOX, Hyatt's J lunch, Novato J'oint, Marin County auglO-Cm DANIEL T. TAYLOR, Notary Public & Conveyancer. DEEDS, MORTGAGES, LEASES, i'OWER OK ATTORNEY, And all other LEGAL DOCTMKXTS, drawn with dispatch. IMPOSITIONS taken to be used in all the Courts of this state. Examiner of Deeds and SKAlien ]•: It OF KKCOUDS. [ been fa-! miliar with the titles of JtKAl* K STATE in tlii- county since 1850. ClerkV. Olliee, Sau Kafncl. m 23 Cm _ Witt. M. lSu : «£2B^, Juatico of iho Poaco. Special attention will be paid to drawing Dc dv, Mortgage , I.t a < l'owirsof Attorney, and taking the acknowledgment- thereto *** Ju«tice.« of the I\-ace are authorized by law to take the proof or acknowledgement of every conveyance any real estate conveyed wit...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 26 April 1862

-REDINGTON A CO'S Superior Yeast Powder*. WARRANTED to maka light, iwMtin* nutricious BREAD,equally adapted to LOAVES. lIOT BISCUIT, BUCKWHEAT, AND OTHER CAKES. WARRANTED FULLY EQUAL TO ANY IN THE MARKET. Ask for Rcdinglon & Co's Yeast Powder and tiike no other, if you would have uniformly (jood bread Manufactured nnd snH at wholesale, by REDINGTON & CO., 103 and 411 Clay St., San Franeisco. al9 3m CHAPTER 189. An Act to provide for the publication and distribution of the Laws of Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-Two, relating to Revenue, and to call meetings of the Board of Supervisors. The People of the State of California, represented in Senate and Assembly, do enact as follows: SECTION 1. The Secretary of State is hereby required to cause to be collated and printed in pamphlet form, nine hundred and sixty copies of all Laws of the Thirteenth Session of the Legislature, relating to State Revenue, and the Revenue for the National War Debt, as soon as possible, aft...

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