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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 7 September 1861

For San Francisco. THE WELL-KNOWN STEAMEII ' PETALUMA, Capt. C. 31. Baxter, will - touch at SanQuentin nt 10 u'dk-'"""^' 13 * 1 * a. every day, .Sundays excepted. [aul7 Cliarlos .Hcraiilcj', ALES, WINKS AND LIQUORS, No. 12~> Pacific street,between Montgomery & Sansome sis, Sau Francisco. [u 17 Pitlii! Piilh:: I'icIh!!: JUST arrived ex Park "Comet," from the Sandwich Islands, a large invoice < f Superior Dry Puiu, in fine order, of the Spring crop. For sal ill quantities to .suit purchasers, at SCIIKKIHEU'S Pulu and Pedding Depot, No. 400 SANSOMF. S'TitJILT, Three doors north of Sacramento tree ~ aug 17 —Uw San 1-rau 17CfTn I ,IIS of Xo. 1 .N. a. ,i - /.->.• in tj stnad bale-. at whoh "tad le:: •i 1. a: SriIUEIIiKK-S Pulu and i;, -: ;i::- i " "... •too Sansowe street, third <!"' ' N i of Sacramento stre.;, Sun Fiand-' •• ,u . 17 J. H. HARR!OTV, ivJ. D., PHYSICIAN AVI) SI IlyattVHaneh, N ovat, Point, Ivinriu ('ou;.:y auglO-Om rpO...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 7 September 1861

from inexperienced physicians in general | practice; for it is a point generally conceeded . ;by ihe best syphilographers. that the study ! and management of these complaints should engross the whole time of those who would i be competent and successful in their treat- j i nunt and cure. The inexperienced general • practitioners, having neither-opportunity nor time to make himself sufficiently acquainted ! with tii. ir pathology, commonly pursues one 1 system of treatment, in cases making au 1 indiscriminate use of that antiquated and dangerous weanon, mercury. More caution however, si.ould he u-'.d by the syphilitic paii- ••'. in con- iiltii g nowiual ph.ysieians of tin advertising class, as nine-tenths of them are iuipo-t'who a.-.-ume ( ieriiian, French, 1 or other nam'. and are without any claims 1 to medical knowledge. T::esc knavish ras- 1 ceis hue ft ail large cities, and, by means of J tii ir iyin/hdvi rtiscrnents and posters, they! • indue • tl:'.' wary to inter ti.eir Peter...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 7 September 1861

IiLUCK,LEVY & CO., SAN RAFAEL, • ixrOULD respectfully inform the citizens IV of San Rafael and vicinity, that they have on hand, and are constantly receiving, u full ussortment of dsnttvul litrakiniiisc, which they will sell at unprecedented low' prices, and consisting in part as follows ; j Coats, Pants, Vests, Shirts, Drawers, Boots,!| SHOES, HATS & CAPS 1 And in fact even- articlo suitable for GEN-' 11.1: MEN'S WEAK. —ALSO— A FINE ASSORTMENT OF j I LADIES' GOODS, j i ... „ „ i consisting in part as follows: DoLaines, Cashmeres, 1 Morinoes, Silks, Shawls, Cloaks, Flannels, Linens, Laces,J Embroideries, Mantillas, Hosiery, &c.' ALSO\ a chicc lot of • I fiROCE R I E S i'L<)en, s re Ait, COFFEE, TEA, suaaii. soAf: IS A COX, HAMS, CANDI.US. JAMS, JELLIES, PIE ' Fltl'lT, DRIED FItUIT, and in fact every article connected with the Grocery department. ALSO a choice lot of I (Tvochcvii k fcjaritaf, Hunt's rind C.illins' Axes. Nails, Locks, liu...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 7 September 1861

FOK DEI AM & J£KIVI.\GS, AND DEALERS IN ' Provision!*, Flour, Wines, Teas, I/iqNorM, . Wooden Ware, Tobacco, ETC., ETC., ETC. DEALERS and consumers in the country are invited to give uj a call before purchasing elsewhere, as we ar? confident we can suit them in quality and in price. GOODS DELIVERED FREE. FOIIDIIAM & JENNINGS, Sti.ami!Oat Jlr.ocu, Corner of Front & Jamison Streets, Snn Francisco, ("n/. •i.uiii—3m Charles P. Rob bin s, Importer and Dealer in TYPE. PRESSES, Printing Material, Inks, Card Stock. Nos. 11l and 113 Clay Street, re 23—ly SAN FRANCISCO. ~~7Zj PAINTSPv & CO. EjO c~jPractice! Printers and Denlcrs in ffijagTy Tvpe, Presses, Printing ' Materials. Tub, P>n..:r, Cfifk, <fr. .010 Clay Street, above S;>.::s<:'tr«i\ }. a. l'AiXTSiii. } SAX FH AN CISCO, j. m. I'AiSTr.n. > iittt-d out with r. ii. !'.\iN'ii:u. ) dispatch. march 23—ly Hall's Sarsparilla, Yeliov/ Dock \NI...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 7 September 1861

professional (Cat&s. DAN'L T. TAYLOR^ Notary Public & Conveyancer. DEEDS. MORTGAGES, LEASES. POWER 0 ATTORNEY, And nil other LEGAL DOCUMENTS, drawn with dispatch. DEPOSITIONS taken to 'oe used in all the Courts of this state. Examiner of Deeds and SEARCHER Of RECORDS. been fainilir.r with the titles of REAL ESTATE in ■ this county since 1800. Clerk's Otncc, San Rafael. m 23 Cm ,IXO. 11. H ARALSON, A'TTGEETEY AT LAW, SAN RAFAEL, MARIN CO. march 23—lv •mos. h. hanson" Ittonui) at &ato, AND NOTARY PUBLIC, SAN RAFAEL, MARIN CO. m 23 tf CAL. S. F. & J. REYNOLDS, Attorneys at Law, Nos. G & 7 METROPOLITAN BOCK, iN. W. Corner of Montgomery and Washington itreet'j. • SAX Fit AXCISCO. jy G—tf SELUNG CUT AT COST!! fp]iE undersigned having determined to_L close out the entire fcTttCMi OF now on hand, respectfully informs his friends land the public, that in older to facilitate tl.-at j object, he will -ell a' pi ices wor'! y their a'i ...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 14 September 1861

THE MARIN COUNTY JOURNAL. SAN RAFAEL, MARIN CO. CAL. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1861. NO 26 VOL. 1.

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Letter from IPuuta Reys. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 14 September 1861

Letter from IPuuta Reys. Puvta Revs, Sept. Ist, 1 SGI. Ed, Journal.—We offer for your columns a few melancholy thoughts upon the past and present. History is a lamp by which our feet are guided through the many mysteries of human' I nature, hs it has been developed in the! 1 past. If it be true that it is a lamp, oh! how few at the present time profit by its light! It is generally supposed to be the province of the wise, to avoid the errors of the past. It has ever been the error of the past, to try to afford a positive good through the medium of two evils—local hostilities. Mankind in general have always had ' an ideal ultimate of enjoyment, and mutual respect for each other, somewhere in the mists of futurity; but, as' it has happened, never have attained it; and history, as well as our own expei i- ! ence, teach lis we never can, through the two evils, or unjust mediums— mutual injuries. Without enlarging, however, if this be conceded as a selfevident proposition—if wc be, or wis...

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Misfortune of Birtii.. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 14 September 1861

Misfortune of Birtii.. Some men arc born kings, some emperors, some presidents, some poets, I some authors, some soldiers, and some statesmen; and the birth of a male! child is always a matter of congratulation, (notwithstanding, the number ofj stupid men there are in world,) because it is looked upon as a possible thing that he may fulfill one or other of these destines. To be born a woman, on the contrary, has generally been considered a misfortune. Girls are helpless and dependant. Their only chance is in getting well married; and as the mass of men are neither kings emperors, presidents, poets, soldiers, nor >t smen, the hope of distinction, i.. that quarter, becomes very problematical indeed. Lately, however, women individually seem t> be looking up. Onetget the inevitable idea of love and matrimony out of their heads, lithcrby an early disappointment, or the baseness of a traitorous lover, and thev go to work with a will, and show themselves | possessed o...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 14 September 1861

GROVER & BAKER'S FIHST PREMIUM NOISELESS * FAMILY grilling IBadnurs, A t Greatly Reduced P .cos ! At Greatly Reduced Prices! ! At Greatly Reduced Prices! !! $GO AND UPWARD. <5>GO AND UPWARD. fcGO AND UPWARD. '25 per cent Discount! 2-3 per cent Discount! ! 2 ) per cent Discount!!! FROM OUR FORMER PRICES. The great sucee-s attending the introduction of our now style Family Sewing Mat'hiu.M in this Sta'o (as in all others) has prompted certain unprincipled and unreliable parties t' cud.-uvor to fore# upon the public, certain, so called Cheap Machines, ' which, cither by legal injunctions or from their own inherent d.'f.'Oi-, have long since ■died out in the Eastern States. IT IS Ol'R DETERMINATION TO gCPPLY k GOOD MACHINE AT A LOW PRICE, that the purchaser may, as pa»t in>'u'tnce<c.vperieuec in the purchase of the mis-named "( heap Sewing Machines," a dear bargain and a waste of money. THE WORLD WIDE REPUTATION OF I'll K' CROVER &...

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Death of Ediniind liamlolpli. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 14 September 1861

Death of Ediniind liamlolpli. This able and prominent lawyer and politician died at his residence in San 1 Francisco, on the Bth inst. Mr. Ran-i dolph was a native of Virginia, and closely connected with the Randolphs of that State, who have for a great number of years occupied higli positions in the government of their State and the United States. lie emigrated to California in '49 or's3, and at onge became l prominent as a lawyer and politician, and in connection with Gen. Walker and John Nugent was one of the editors of the Sari Francisco Jln-alil, in 1850. He was an adviser and Sympathizer of Walker in his attempts to rc-i volutionizc Sonora, Lower California and Nicaraugua, and went to the latter country in '50 to counsel with the " man of destinj," and assist him to organize a government. Politically, Mr. Randolph was a democrat; after the Lecompton split he favored the Douglass party, which he supported until re-, centlv. He was a candidate before the' last Legislature for th...

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War Details. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 14 September 1861

War Details. Letters from East Tennessee speaks i of a growing, rebel force at Camp Boone, near Clark^ville —the headquarters of the Knights of the Golden Circle. Their plan is after* gelling 1,000 men, to lay the country in wa.ite from Cumberland Gap through iva>t Tennessee and Kentucky to the Ohio river, and along that to Pennsylvania. The whole force is not to move together, but to be divided into small marauding parties. An attack on Tompkinsville, Tenn., being apprehended recently, Colonel iDorris collected nearly 2,000 Unionists secured the State arms for them, and awaited the rebels, but they disappoin-1 ted him. Many of the Tennessee First,' | who won laurels in Mexico under Col J Campbell, are joining the Union forces. The accounts from Fortress Monroe ropresent Gen. Wool as infusing wonder'.d activity and energy into all de-' par'uiLiits of the military service there, lie holds every Colonel and line officer i responsible, not only for the good conduct but for t...

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Contractor in search of a Job. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 14 September 1861

Contractor in search of a Job. | Beloved Grampus:—lf it cost three Iscads for one "guard" to clean out a! | butcher-shop, how many scads and how; !many guards will it take to clean the! 1 county ? Fraternally, Porpoise. 1 San Francisco, Aug. 27, '01. ! Beloved Porpoise:—Find out liqw !many shad it takes to kill a cot!-nth. ] ! and you will then have the result. Fraternally back again. Grampus. ; Iloie-in-thc-Wall, Sept. -J, 'GI. Great II ou Ilrxt.—The San Juan, Press tells of the slaying of a wild boar, | which had been living ou the rirlgo two or three years, occasionally chasing' jpeople and killing dogs. The monster I was three feet high and of monstrous* size. Some weeks ago the ferocious j brute come at a ditch-tender, who was, ! compelled to run into the river and 1 stand there chin-dcep; others were; treed, and others chased through the ! ehapparel. A few days since, James S. Warfield and Mr. Hrady encountered ■the boar which they fired at; a general; battle and chase ensued,...

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I Proclamation of Fremont. Headquarters DEP'T WEST ) St. Louis, [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 14 September 1861

I Proclamation of Fremont. Headquarters DEP'T WEST ) St. Louis, \ Aug. 30,'61. ) Circumstances in my judgment of , sufficient urgency render it necessary that the Commanding General of this (Department should assume the administrative powers of this State ; in order, therefore, to suppress disorder, to maintain, as fur as now practicable, the public pcace. and to give security andproj tection to the persons and property of loyal citizens, I do hereby extend, and ! declare established, martial law I throughout the State of Missouri. The lines of the army occupation in this State are for the present declared to extend from Leavenworth, by way of Jefferson City, Rolla and Ironton to Cape Gireadeau on the Mississippi river. ! All persons who shall be taken with arms in their hands within these lines shall be tried by court martial, and, if found guilty, will be shot. The property, real and personal, of all persons in> the State of Missouri who shall take up arms against the U...

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I Physiognomy of a Doughface.—. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 14 September 1861

I Physiognomy of a Doughface.—. Describing a Northern sympathizerwith treason, an lowa paper says : | You may know them bv the piteouswinnings with which they deprecate ! war—by their groanings about coercion- . anc subjugation, and by their extreme concern about Mr. Lincoln's of the Constitution in his efforts to> | preserve it, although they have nothing: i to say about Davis' effort to destroy if i altogether. They arc all of them sneaking hypocrites, and the surest way to> I judge them is to watch their faces upon ! the receipt of news. If it is disastrous to the rebels, their visages at once put jon a lengthened solemn look. If the Union army lias met with a disaster— if one of our faithful officers has been assassinated by a rebel, their eyes brighter, at once. These men, were i they in. Maryland or Missouri, would smuggle powder and shot to their Southbrethren—would engage to the extent of their courage in driving out friends of ' the L'nioa and cr nfisc...

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State Election Returns. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 14 September 1861

State Election Returns. Dtoritt Conntg Journal. Siin Rafael, September 14,1861. — ——— , Below are all the election returns received up to the time of our going to press : Stan. Con. McC. Alameda, 1932 624 356 Amador, 1824 1263 340 Uutte, 1438 939 904 Calaveras, 1807 1556 (►> 1503 Colusi, 337 209 581 Contra Costa, 1031 300 360 Del Norte. (plurality,) 35 El Dorado, 2433 1983 1210 .Fresno, « Humboldt, Klamath, (plurality reported,) 300 Los Angeles, 459 220 1213 Marin, COO 202 307 Mendocino, 528 50 9 Mariposa, 526 585 607 Merced, 59 87 309 Monterey, Mono, ' 133 306 332 Napa, 687 262 548 Nevada, 3208 1507 1768 Placer, 2158 1440 862 Plumas, 500 409 381 Sacramento, 3286 2836 1126 iSan Bernardino, San Diego, •Sail Francisco.lo927 3081 1242 San Joaquin, 1872 407 1687 San Luis Obispo,l76 102 200 San Mateo, 692 393 100 -Santa Barbara, {plurality.) 300 Santa Clara, 2006 390 1110 Santa Cruz, 906 184 Shasta, 516 883 500 Sierra, 1973 1125 129" Siskiyou, 1193 1149 553 Solan' 9, 1476 464 ...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 14 September 1861

COMMERCIAL. FRANCISCO PRICES. Friday Evening,' Se/>i. 13 FEOUB, 86 OOfctG 25 Wheat, 1 45fi£l 50 Barley, 80'285 Oats, 1 05tcCl 10 Bran, 15 22<<v>lG 22 Corn, 1 37'cil 501 Beans, s<w 8c Potatoes, 1 25 Onions, I®l£c Gunny Bags, 17<a/20c Butter, California, 22 <£33c " Oregon, lGa;25 " Isthmus, 356D37 £ Cheese, California, 12i'a>15; Bacon 14ia)15 Hams, California, 16®17 Pork, 22 50'O/23 50 Hay, 10 00<a)\2 00

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SPECIAL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 14 September 1861

SPECIAL NOTICES. j Special Notice.—The best purifier of the Blood—Hall's Sarsaparilla. | Old Magnolia Whisky.—This pure ar- ! ticle of whisky, imported only by S. C. Shaw has been before the California public for the last ten years, and its already large and constantly increasing sales warrants the conclusion that it is the purest article of liquor and the best whisky ever sold. The character and standing of the Eastern House, who 1 [solely devote themselves to manufacture and ! sales of over two millions gallons of this arj ticle per year, are a guarantee of its merits. j Sciikeiher's Pcluand Bedding Depot. j—The entire four story building -106 Sansome street near Sacramento, is now oceupied as Sclireiber's Great I'ulu Bedding Emporium, and is the only one of the kind on j this coast. Parties in the Interior ordering ! Hedding need only furnish the size and aIbout the weight, which c:#i be forwarded as | well as though they were present, by express 'or otherwise. Also anything in t...

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