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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 31 May 1862

4fan Q'fdveil'tbemenli. Scovill's Sarsaparilla AMI STILLINCiIA, UK Blood and Liver Syrup. 1' T is highly recommended by physicians to cure the following diseases, having their j | origin in a disordered state of the blood: ! j Scrofula, Titter or Salt ltheum, Scald head,! Canker, Ulceariions and Enlaigement of the Joints, Cancerous Tumors, Erysipelas King's Evil, St. Anthony's Fire, Obstinate Eruptions, White Swellings, Pimples on the Face, Rheumatism, Blotches, Pustules, Dyspepsia, etc.; Syphilitic and Mercurial afl- ctions are cured; Chlorosis or obstructions in Females, Leucorrhea or Whites, arerelievid by the use of this Medicine. i The medicinal properties of Sarsaparilla ! in conjunction with Stillingiaare well known j by all medical men to be the best compound; yet discovered to cleanse and purity the hlood, and eiadicaie all humors from thesystem. . < | We have given the recipe to most physieians in the country, that they may know, jwhat they are UMna; and will co...

Publication Title: Marin Journal
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 31 May 1862

bfan JPiancitco tgjdvtlliwnunh. For San Francisco. THE WELL-KNOWN STEAMER PETALUMA, Notice to Cattle Drovers AND RANCHER OS. mIUS steamer will touch dnily at the wharf L at Sun (luentin, on which there is no tolls —ancl opposite the landing in San Francisco, i-> 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 ||Utljants ; 77 AND 79 DA VIS STREET,. m 23—ly SAN FRANCISCO Charles F. Robbins, Importer and Dealer m TYPE, PRESSES, Printing Material, Inks, Card Stock. Nos. 11l and 113 Clay Street, m 23—ly SAN FRAN CISCO. | 'i-i PA IN TER & ~C 67~ i rj Practical Printers and Dealers in Kv«»3fJs Type, Presses, Printing I JvJfWp Materials, I Till:, Paper, Cards, &~c. i 510 Clay Street, above Sansome, j. B. l-AiNTF.u. ) SAN FRANCISCO. ,j. si. I'aixtiik. > CyOfttees fitted out with T. B. I'A...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 7 June 1862

THE MARIN COUNTY JOURNAL. VOL. 2. --- NO. 12.} SAN RAFAEL, CAL. SATURDAY, JUNE 7, 1862. { WHOLE NO. 64

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Poetical. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 7 June 1862

Poetical. [Original.] Eolitude. . Oh ! how I love to steal away From every worldly care. Anil in the quietness of thought; Find pure contentment there. My mind, a bird with fetters loosed, From caged iron doth spring, And gladly to the realms o.i high, It Hies on mystic wing. And resting there its pinions light, It soSn returns again, With smiles of comlort to renew Dull years of toil and pain. Sweet solitude ! I love it's calm — ~ For gold X would not give One hour that I can quit the world, And in the spirit live. Com.' then ! sweet gift of God to man And nestle in my heart, I love thee ! come! for thou and I Must never, never part. SISTER MAY. Xovato, May IGlIi 'G2. A Trumpet Blast. i IIY J. li. Willl'TlEß. , The following lines, .vritten eighteen year- j ago, sound like prophecy fullillcd at thti present crisis. O 1 for God and duty stand, Heart to heart and hand to hand, Hound the old graves of the land! Whoso' shrinks or filters now, Who o' to the yoke would bow, Brand the cra...

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A Chapter on Slander. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 7 June 1862

A Chapter on Slander. • IV thou as h* ice, h* pur#* as snow.' Thnu -halt not escape ciduintt) Gossip, perhaps, is a necessary evil, .ft, for what purpose created, we are at i loss to know. Tltoy appear indegilous to civilisation, *ndthere are now oo high, or too low, to escape their vigilant persecutions. They are wreck;rs on the coast of Society, • and the nisfortunes of others are the 'ill winds' that bring them jov. They gloat over the shipwreck of the fortune or character of their neighbors ; and are never nore happy than when poor, weak hunanity'{jives them some excuse to roll from under their venomous tongues a "sweet morsel of slander " Given to evil surmises, they are cunning in inuendoes, and mysterious whisperings.— Thus, falsehood is coined so cleverly, that it takes the semblance of, and often passes for the genuine metal. How many fair names have been seared, how many bright hopes destroyed, how many loving heart* estranged, by thise human pests —the recording angel onl...

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A Ghost Story. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 7 June 1862

A Ghost Story. The New York Presbyterian of late date relates the following : We were returning from our spring meeting of l'resbytry—one gentleman and two young ladies—in a"rockaway," and the road none of the best. Night, jeold ail.l dump overtook, us eight or i ten miles from home, hut only a short distance from Judge Blank's, who,after we had arrived at his Jiotise, narrated the following unique tale.- Said the Judge as follows : "Years ago we had in our house a sweet little child about tour years of age, and the object ol course,.of awry tender affection. But sickness laid its hand upon it. llcmi dies, promptly resorted to, all proved in vain. Day after d.iv the rose faded from the check, and the fire of the eyes burned low; and at length death closed j those eyes and sealed those lips forever: land we learned by trying experience I that intense darkness follows the quench jing ot' one of those bright little lights of light. "The time rolling sadly on, brought us at length to th...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 7 June 1862

of j.a aft ijacl (gllvcilocnicnh. TrO 3. H. HAN39M, AliO it S4Jl' A 1 L x W, AND NOTARY PUBLIC, SAN HAi'AEL, AIAKI.V CO. m 23 tf CAT.. JDHM H. HA3AL33N, AT-TOi-iN-SiT AT LAW, SAN LIAFAEL, MARIN CO. marc]j 23 —!y ~J. H. HABBOTT, M. D., PHYSIC!AM AND SUKOEOX, Hyatt's Haiich, Novato i'oint, Marin County auglO-tim oa?TIEL TTtaylos^ Notary Public & Cor>7ejanc3~. DEEDS, MORTGAGES, LEASES, POWER OF ATTORNEY, And "all other LEOAL DOCUMENTS, drawn with dUpateh. DL PO ?>1 I'lO VS •«- k.-n to be Ui'cd in all 'he Court* of thi S-atc. Examiner ofDeeds andSEAlt•C.llitl Ol'' iiiiC )itl)S. i (Tilii, been t'umiliar with the titles of HEAL ESTATE in this county -ir.ee IKSO. Clerk's O.iice, Sail ltafacl. m 23 6m * ~ W.tt.*7 II UliiS i'N, Justice of tho Peace. Special atten'iun will ba paid to drawing T)*li)rtgi*-"-, l.ei-es. Powers of Attor-j nev, an Liiiiug "he leknowle.lg'nents thereto Jmieciof he Peace are authorized! by law to taie the proof or aekuoivle lg- -\ m ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 7 June 1862

Marin County Journal. San Rafael, June 7, 1862. TO CORRESPONDENTS. — "Hope," and "Disappointment," received. BROTHER JUNE pitches into us for saying in our last week's issue that he was "inclined to be smutty." He says his opinion of us has undergone a great change — that there was not one word in his article bearing the slightest resemblance to "smut" — and that he is "never afraid to place the fruits of my (Brother June's) mental purity before the discriminating public of any civilized community," etc. After mature deliberation, we have decided to allow "Brother June" to enjoy any opinion he he may desire regarding us. It is true many might peruse his article without detecting the "smut," on account of the language with which it is clothed; but still it exists — at least in our opinion, which is sufficient to deter us from giving it publicity. He may be correct with regard to his "mental purity," for aught we know; but he surely missed his mark in this instance. We shall most resp...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 7 June 1862

THE Secessionists in this vicinity are sick, and loathe the bitter pills the telegraph is continually sending across the continent which they are compelled to swallow. Like naughty children when they feel the rod, they cry out, "we'll be good, oh, yes we will; we'll swear to support the constitution if you'll let us go this this time." They have seen the "five to one" braggadocia completely reversed — and that there are brave men and able generals outside of Cottondom, who are not easily frightened by bombast or bombshells. Beauregard has considered it prudent to retire from Corinth, after destroying an immense amount of property, to prevent it falling into the hands of the Federal army. His army dispersed in various directions to parts not yet known — abandoning the whole Mississippi valley to the mercy of Halleck. Jeff. Davis at Richmond, has all his valuables packed up and ready to do the same thing there, and leave Virginia to be cared for by McClellan, who is pressing his servi...

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Party Organs. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 7 June 1862

Party Organs. THIS class of newspapers does not seem to flourish much in California. A newspaper which has no higher mission than to fugle for party, right or wrong, drops down at once to a secondary position. It does not command influence, nor the most desirable patronage. It falls into the interest of wireworkers alone, who have axes to grind. We observe that there is not a strictly party organ in San Francisco, and we believe none in Sacramento. The independent press is, and has been exerting the controlling influence in this State. It can do all that need be done for a party that is right; and is not to be muzzled when a party is wrong. It is worthy of notice that a strictly party paper can never become a commercial paper. — Merchants and business men may subscribe for it. But their advertising patronage seeks another channel. The local press can do most for the public when independent. It may not suit everybody — it will not if it has force and character. At least it will have ...

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Eastern News. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 7 June 1862

Eastern News. Chicago, June 2. — A dispatch from Charleston to a Mobile paper states that the Federal fleet had just passed two batteries on the Stone river in the rear of Charleston, and are within eight miles of that city ..... A Cavalry regiment had reached the Ohio and Mobile railroad at Boonsville, and destroyed the track at many places, burnt the depot, locomotives and a train of 20 cars loaded with army supplies — destroyed 10,000 stand of arms and a great quantity of clothing. — .... When our troops entered Corinth it appeared that the enemy had left in haste — the evacuation commenced early in the week and was carried on in good order until our forces crowded too fast upon them, when they were obliged to flee precipitately; a large force of cavalry are in pursuit, and will probobly capture a portion of the retreating enemy. Gen. Halleck reports that the evacuation commenced on Wednesday and was completed on Thursday night ..... The loss of Banks in his retreat, except in ca...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 7 June 1862

COMMERCIAL. [Corrected every Friday, in San Francisco, expressly for "Marin County Journal."] Wheat 100 lbs — Flour per bbl — For seed, $'2,50@3,00 Superfine, ,650@600 j " milling, 2,00(«)2,37 Extra,... 7,25@7,60 Barley,seed,l,4d@l,37 liaker'sex 8,00@874 I do brew.J, 12(ri1,20 Cornmeal— I do feed Seed Oats, . I,o0(>t) l,7o" .4(®5 Feed Oats, .1,1.i(«? 1,25 Hay |f/tun. ,$22@20 Corn, 2,25(™2,00 l'otatos 1b... ,4(<i4 '(ye 3,25(ii.400 Beans fI(3)G B tekwheat 3 00(«/,350 Onions, .12,00@10,0J tun,® lOCS'I2: HIDE*. WOOL, TALLOW, ETC. Wool, common coarse, <JpibB(!fl2 do best quality, 10@18 do extra Merino 25@22 Refined Tallow, iff/ib 6@6 Dry Hides, ijp'lb @l3 Sheep skins, wool on, 13@16 do do plain, ...12@1S Goat skins, each ~..30@37 ♦ BUTTER, CHEESE, ETC. Butter, California, 40@60 " Eastern 25(0>32 Eggs down 4n Cheese, California, tylb 20@25 Cattle Market. AVERAGE SLAUGHTERER'S PRICES. BEEF— American, first quality 5@9 . " second da I@3 Spanish, f...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 7 June 1862

ROB'S HOUSE, SAN QUENTIN. THE undersigned would respectfully inform the public that he has openthe above house at San Quentin, for the accommodation of the public, and hopes by strict attention to business to merit a liberal share of their patronage. The rooms are large and commodious and well furnished. The Bar will at all times be stocked with the choicest Wines and Liquors that can be found in the market. I have also one of Strahle's Improved BILLIARD TABLES, for the accommodation of those desirous of participating in this healthful and fascinating game. Give me a call. je7 G. D. W. ROBINSON. ROMAN EYE BALSAM, i-'Oll I.XFLAUIiI) K YKLIDES. The di-licate structure of the eyelids renlers it peculiarly sensitive and liable to di*ea*e. When, from any cause, it becomes ifi'ifcted, the inner membrane rapidly inflames, and the eyelid evinces the strongest predisposition to attract to itself humors fiotn ait parts of the body, Hundreds ol ;jei>ons nl scrofnlaus habit are disfi...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 7 June 1862

BROOKLYN HOTEL* Corner Broadway and Samom* HtrttU SAN FRAN CiSCO. fk THE Proprie tor of this well known jj and old established llou-e it still at his ■•old tricks—feeding the public for thi low sum of four dollars per week,and th< cry is, "Still they come !" This hotel til established in 1862, and the Proprietor proudly appeala to iu well known reputation, and at the same time pledges himself to nse every endeavor to add to the comfort and convenience of his guests. The Brooklyn Hotel WAGON will always be ready on the wharf on the arrival of the steamers, to eon-» vey passengers and their baggage to the House, free of charge. To prevent imposiion, be positive mid see that BROOKLYN 1 HOTEL is painted in large letters on the s d t.<i tl e omnibus. Board per day, $1 Board per week,(4 ; —Meals, fiOuts Lodgings, dOcts; Lodging* p.-i week, $2 to $4;— Single rooms 60ct» per night. JOHN KELLY, Jr., j7—3m Proprietor. IN the Distrct Court of the 17th Judicial District, o...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 7 June 1862

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. OUR AGENTS. 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. SATURDAY, JUNE 7.

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TOWN AND COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 7 June 1862

TOWN AND COUNTRY. APPOINTMENT. — E. H. Pomeroy, Esq,, of this place, has been appointed Notary Public for Marin County. RE-CAPTURED. — On Monday last a Mexican colled "Jim," was installed in his old quarters at San Quentin, from which he had escaped about a year ago. "ROB'S HOUSE." — We call attention to the card in another column of Mr. G. D. W. Robinson, who has opened a fine hotel at San Quentin. Try him. The Secession State Convention will meet at Sacramento August 6th. J. B. — Somebody says: "I am not superstitious, gentlemen, but allow me to tell you that I shall always steer clear of the initials "J. B." J. B., indicates John Breckenridge — James Buchanan — Judah Benjamin — John Bull — and without intending to be offensive, I will also remind you that J. B. stands for John Brown." BULLY FOR SIMMS. — We herewith tender our thanks to Jno. Simms, Esq., for a fine mess of new potatoes." May his shadow never be less." At a late Womans' Rights Convention held in the East, a resolut...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 7 June 1862

FOR KALE. Art''W GroVer ft Bnkrr Sewing Machine. Apply at this WANTED at tins ofiee n smnll qunntitv of coi'i in for receipted 1 billi for subscrip'ion, nh'jr Using an-1 job- « erk. nnn"' ru-h.

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