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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 14 September 1861

MARIN JOURNAL (' ||JOB office;! ! «\y Tnr. Proprietor would respectfully { • inform the public tlmt he his now £ 1 ! /"'prepared to execute all kinds of Job i »\yPrintinsr, such as {/j i V A* <Pamjiiilr4j, ,/f; j.VI j\cyiawmr>, >'/• •]) Cncuiaiy V"' •V) v fW>, ('/•: istand~ :'s<//>. y | *V irieh, £ 'I (l'n<h rj Jhru, : y ■ | 'Jflcrfijih, „ I'! 'Jtaiih, £ f. >: r i j'Vln a style inferior to none, andat'fc'j jqfyhort notice. y ; FOR SALE. OA Imported Jlrriiio ISurks, fj V / at my rancho near San Rafael. J AS. ROSS. I Sonoma Journal copy if. vl n2.» j "RANCHO FOR RENT, —Axn — ! PusturaKP for GO Head of Cattle. ' I will rent for one, two or three years, a | J portion of my rancho, situated on To-! ;males Hav, Marin County, known as ".Men--!loe Park," containing 9.1 acres of 3am3, !the whole of which is enclosed with a goodj |fence. The improvements consist of a good! Dwelling uEoilsc, with -1 rooms; ...

Publication Title: Marin Journal
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 14 September 1861

FREEMAN fit SIMPSON j OLD Magnolia Whisky. The consumption and constantly incret-' sing demand for the Old Magnolia Whisky,; renders us confident that it must supercede i all other forms of restorative liquors, com-, bining as it does every element of Purity, 'Strength, Palatiability and Hcalthfulness, j which should characterize a beverage suited to our age and country. We desire Dealers and Consumers to no-j tice that upon every barrel and package of our GENUINE articles, our names are branded in full; and also, that to each barrel and) package is affixed OUR NEW CARD. With a view to prevent the success of imposition, imitation and counterfeits, we have discontinued the use of our former colored cut of the Magnolia Flower, and have sub-j stitutedfor it a Card, containing an nigra- ! ving of "The Phoenix Distillery on the Schuylkill river," with our name printed in; full. j Those various attempts to imitate and J counterfeit our whiskies, are perhaps the' | best tribute* to the hig...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 14 September 1861

THE great continential discovery in the' science of medicine, for purifying the , blood and strengthening the Human frame, DR. D. PERCY fit CD'S CELEBRATED I Cordial Italm of Circassia, Price $'2,50 per bottle. A new and important medicine for the 'cure of Nervous Debility, Lassitude, Weak- ' |ness, Scorbutic Humors, Old Wounds, Ulcers, Glandular Swellings, Erisipclas, Scrof- , ula, Pimples, Diseases of the Skin, Cutaneious Eruptions, and all impurities of the Blood. It will also remove the effects of Mercury, and entirely eradicate it from the j system. ■j\ 1 Dupont street, between California and Pine. re*N. B. —All letters for Medical advice and Medicines promptly answered, and out| door patients attended to day and night. j DR. Percy A. Co., No. 514 Dupont' street, between California and Pine, San ; Francisco, Physicians and Operating Surigeons, Members of the Royal Colleges of | London and Edinburgh, Graduates of the Universities of London and Edinburg, first Prizes for Anatomy ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 14 September 1861

Charles IttcCnulcy, ALES, WINES AND LIQUORS, I No. 425 Pacific street, between Montgwu'ery & Sansome sts, San Francisco. [a 17 FQR S VLE Twill sell low for cash the house at -CSrrf* present occupied by me in San Rala,el. The house is a two-story cottage with six rooms, buck building, and a gowi well ot' water in the yard. Also in connection with the house two 50 yard lots. vlnStf JAMES T. STOCKERJsun Institute A N 1) BOARDING SCHOOL. Undsr the charge of the Rev 11. (Jilukrt. MISS JULIA C. (JILBKIIT, Principal The first Session will commence in January—to continue -! months. The Second Session will commence in the middle nf May, and continue 3 1-2 months. The Third Session will coinincnce on the 15th of September, ane continue until Nov. aoth. T I'. R M S . I Hoard and Wa hintr. per in >!ith 20,00 ! Tuition, in l'limarv Department 3,00 j Higher Fugli-h. ' -i.oO ! Ancient itfi'l Modern extra 2,00 ! Music, iustrunu ntal with u-e of Piano S.OO IDrawim;, Hoarding S...

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Meeting of the Courts. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 14 September 1861

Meeting of the Courts. DISTRICT COURT, 7th Judicial District. Hon. E. \V. McKinstry, Judge. Meets on the Ist Monday in March, July and November. COI*RT OF SESSIONS; R. It. Fnixic, Judge; Amirs '/'.Stacker, Paul Fii/uernn As ociates. Meets on the Ist Monday in Feb'y., Mav, August and November. COUNTY COURT AXD PRORATE COURT. Meets at the same time as Couit of Sessions. ROARI) OF SUPERVISORS.—Mee's on the Ist Monday in Feb'y., May, Augu t and Xovember.

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County^Officers. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 14 September 1861

County^Officers. Countv Judge.—Hon. R. li. FRIXK. Sheriti.—YAl.. D. DOUR. Deputv do.—James J£. Harris. District Att'v.—JXO. 11. HARALSON County Clerk.—DAX'L. T. TAYLOR. . Deputv do.—S. Roi.ivak llakiiis. Treasurer.—TllOS. 11. HAXSON. Survivor.—A. D. F.ASKOOT. A- e-sor.—.l. li. JACOIiS. Coroner. —T. K. WATSOX. Su])'l. of ijehools.—T. J. ARI/K l5 . Roard of Supervisors.—JAS. DIXON I). OLDS. .f. Vv'. RUFFIXOTOX.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 14 September 1861

PIONEER SHOP! Blacksmithing & Horse SHOEING DANIEL McVAXXF.R re«prrtfull.v informs his fiend-* and the public, that lie• is still at his old stnnd, and i* prepared to execute all kind of I \CJ, at a* low rates as it can be done l'or else where. Also, particular attention paid 10 HORSE SHOEING. \ I Thankful l'or pa,t favor.,, he still hope, to merit acontiuuanccof the seine. iti tf M A RIN H 0 T E L. SAN RAFAEL. JOSE ANGELLOTTI, in 23 tf PROPRIETOR. DeGRANDMONT& CHARRON, VETINARY SURGEONS AND BLACKSMITHS. Ai.t work entrusted 10 our care v. ill be promptly attended to, and c.vccutcd ft I iliC lowest rules. WAGONS of all kind* rondo to order. Repairing also done on short no-ticc. m SO—tf WELLS.FABGO&CO. EXPRESS, SAA RAFILIi, E. W. CHAPIN, ACENT. jyirif "COCK-TAIL NOTICE." rpli R public are cheerfully invited to try a' J. newly discovered beverage, known as' " CHAPO COCK-TAIL." This drink i< composed of various heal'liy simple.—produces app...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 14 September 1861

fi-om inexperienced fihy»ici;:ns in geneial prec'.ice; for it is a point concceded by the bjit that the study und of complaints should engross the whole time of those who would be competent and nuceesssul in their treatment and cure. The inexperienced general pr; ctieioners,having neither opportunity nor lime to make himself sufficiently acquainted! with their pathology, commonly pursues one system of treatment, in most ca-es making an I indiscriminate use of that antiquated and dangerous weapon, mercury. More caution j however, should be used by the syphilitic patient, in consulting nominal physicians ofj l lie advertising class, a, nine-tenths of them are importers, who assume German, French, or o' her name-, and are without any claims J to medical knowledge. These knavish rascals inf -t all large cities, and, by means of, their 1\ ing advertisements and posters, they induce the wary to cater their Peter Funk "Institutes," and unmercifully fleece them' nnd poi-on them with mercury...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 14 September 1861

FORi)ii a in & .IH:VY ■*<;*, l WJIOIjKSALK AND KKTAII, ! GROCERS. AND DEALERS IN Provision*, Flour. W iißox, leas. B/aijJiOE'w, " Wooden W are, Tobacco,! ETC., lit., etc. I DEALERS :iikl in the country nrc invited to give ni i; < all before pur-ha-itu; el-cwhere, as we ar ■ coiiiidwit we; •au suit tlieni in qualitv ami in price. conns i)!:i.n /:i!i:i> r 111:1:. FOIIDJIAM .]i;.\N!NC>, S . r 1 M!'()A'i' Iis.DTK, 1 I'oni")' of Fruit! $■ J.ti-iitum slrrt's, Sun t'l'niiiif.ru. < ■ # n , j - Charles P. 3R 0b b ins, Importer anil i )e:tl r 111 I TYPE, i'i! ESS PS. Printing Material, Inks, Card Stock. | Xos. 11l and IHi Clay Strct. m 2 ; !—ly SAN FRAXCISCO. Uj PAINTER & CO. OH ci I'rac/icaf Printer* and Dealers in. Type, Presses. Printing /"/•-. ('«r<h, <Cr. j j 510 Clay Street, above Sansome, j ■i. a. iwixtkh. } SAX FR AX CISC'). j. m. I'AIXTKR. > " 7r"Otlices littcd out with' t....

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 14 September 1861

fivolcssional (fails. 1 DAN'L T. TAYLOR. Notary Public & Conveyancer. I)i:i:i)S. MORTGAGES. T.KASKS, I'OWKII ) ATTORNKV, An;> all other LEGAL DOCUMKXTS, [Irav. n-with (li-pa'cli. DF.POSITIONS tak"u to 1) • u.i'd in «11 the Courts of thi> siato. Examiner cl' Deeds andSFARI 'II KR OF UECuIIDS. ; »t j llas b.-cn familiar with tic title* of REAL ESTATE in his county since KSOii. Clerk's Oilice, San Rafael. m 23 Cm ■I.NO. li. HARALSON, ATTORNEY AT LAW, SAX RAFAEL, MAIIIX CO. ! march —ly Til OS. 11. HANSON. SUtonui) at ialu, AND NOTARY PUBLIC, SAX RAFAEL, MAIUX CO. ni 2 .'J if CAE. i S. F. & J. REYNOLDS, Attorneys at Law, ' Xos. 0& 7 METROPOLITAN ROCK, V. "VY. Corner of Montgomery and Washington streets. S/LV FRANCISCO. \ jv G— tf _ i Sands' Sarsaparilla Purities the lllood. SAXDS' SARSP \ RILL A, Cures Scrofula. SAXDS' SARSPARILLA, Cures Stubborn I'lejrs. SAXDS' SARSPARILLA Cures Strumous Complaints. SAXDS* S vRS PAR 11.LA Cures M...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 14 September 1861

BLOCK, LEVY & CO., SAN RAFAEL, ITTOULD respectfully inform the citizens ' V V of San Rafael and riciwity, that they j have on hand, and are constantly receiving, ja full assortment'of (General UlrvtljaiiMsf, j which they will sell at unprecedented low I prices, and c6nsisting in part as follows j ; Coats, Pants, Vests, Shirty Drawers, Soots, ■I SHOES, HATS & CAPS And in fact every articla suitable for GEN " TLEMEN'S WEAR. —ALSO— A FINE ASSORTMENT OF LADIES' GOODS, consisting in part as follows: DeLaines, Cashmeres, Merinoes, Silks, Shawls, Cloaks, Flannels, Linens, Laces, Embroideries, Mantillas, Hosiery, &c. ALSO a chice lot of GROCE R I E S flo m, si: a Ait, COFFEE. TEA, SI'UAH, SOAP, HA COS, HAMS. CANDLES, JAMS. JELLIES, I'IE FRUIT, DRIED FRUIT, mid in fiic* 1 evry article connectcd with the Grocery department. ALSO a choice lot of Cvochmj &■ IjavMuavf, Hunt's nnd Collins* Axes, Nails, Locks, Butts, Hinges, Files, etc. ANo we have o...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 21 September 1861

THE MARIN COUNTY JOURNAL. NO 27 SAN RAFAEL, MARIN CO. CAL. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1861. VOL. 1.

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My „Honest Friend. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 21 September 1861

My Honest Friend. He came to me so smilingly, And shook me by the hand, And spoke to me so silverly, In tones so smooth and bland, That, though I did not know him, yet: His way and mien so kind, Proclaimed at onoe the gentleman We now-days seldom find. He spoke to me so cordially About his home affairs; j He spoke to me so willingly Of all his business cares ; He told me most that happened from j The moment of his birth; | I grasped his hand in joy to find I'd found a soul of worth. He drew me now so lovingly A little way aside, And whispered me confidingly, With air so bona-fide, And said it was with deep chagrin, ; That he did ask of me— But did 1 have about me, then, So small thing as a " V r " ; | I slipped the sum right eagerly Into his honest hand ; lie bowed to me so tearfully— My friend he'd "ever stand, We parted—but death soon, alas! O'ertook this nature's prince ; That is—l think he must be dead, For I've not seen him since! * '* —Says Tom to Ned "By all the Gods above, ■...

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Capture of Washington in INM [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 21 September 1861

Capture of Washington in 1814 At this juncture of national affairs a 1 brief reference to the invasion and circumstances attending the capture of Washington by the British forces under 1 | Admirals CockburnandCochrane,is not. i inappropriate: i During the early portion of the summer of 1814, Cockburn's fleet lay along I the coast of Virginia, Maryland and the j i Chesapeake, when they were joined, on ! the 3d of August, by Cochrane's fleet, direct from Bermuda, both numbering together twenty satts. Our Government was apprised of hostile intentions upon! the capitol; but Gen. Armstrong, .then j Secretary of War. professed a disbelief in the rumors, and the Rational Inteljlir/rnccr, proverbially cautious, as now, t in its conclusions, doubted the probai uility of hostile intentions upon the ; capital. i | President Madison, however, had ta- | ken some precautionary steps, by order-! iing a militia organization, which he ! deemed sufficient for the occasion, inad- ■ _ | dition to a flo...

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Reflections on the Times. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 21 September 1861

Reflections on the Times. j Thu War between the North and the South should not have taken any of |us by surprise. It had been foretold by i uoth Northern and Southern Statesmen, and by intelligent foreigners, many years ago. The war-cloud rose no larger than a man's hand in the beginning lof the agitation about slavery, then | gradually increased until it darkened all the heavens, emitting sullen and angry flashes, until it has at length burst upon us in all its fury. Living i men saw the first portentous signs of j its coming, and uttered words of fear j and warning. Dead Statesmen made prophecies which arc history now. They made compromises winch only served | to show that the prejudices excited were too violent, the interests involrjcd too antagonistic to be harmonized by their party coalitions and Congressional action. These compromises amounted to nothing more than mere armistices, allowing the belligerents time to rest and marshal themselves for further conflicts. | Steadily t...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 21 September 1861

GROVER & BAKER'S FIRST PREMIUM NOISELESS FAMILY Sewing Machines, At Greatly Reduced Prices ! At Greatly Reduced Prices!! At Greatly Reduced Prices!!! $60 AND UPWARD. $60 AND UPWARD. $60 AND UPWARD. 25 per cent Discount! 25 per cent Discount!! 25 per cent Discount!!! FROM OUR FORMER PRICES. The great success attending the introduction of our new style Family Sewing Machines in this State (as in all others) has prompted certain unprincipled and unreliable parties to endeavor to force upon the public, certain, so called Cheap Machines, which, either by legal injunctions or from their own inherent defects, have long since died out in the Eastern States. IT IS OUR DETERMINATION TO SUPPLY A GOOD MACHINE AT A LOW PRICE, that the purchaser may, as past instances experience in the purchase of the mis-named "Cheap Sewing Machines," a dear bargain and a waste of money. THE WORLD WIDE REPUTATION OF THE GROVER & BAKER SEWING MACHINES, And the fact that OVER 50,000 Have be...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 21 September 1861

Charles McCauley, ALES, WINES AND LIQUORS, No. 425 Pacific street, between Montgomery & Sansomc sts, San Francisco, [a 17 FOR SALE. I will sell low for cash the house present occupied by me in San Rafael. The house is a two-story cottage with six rooms, back building, and a good well of water in the yard. Also in connection with the house two 50 vard lots. vln8tf JAMES T. STOCKER ---------------------------------------------------- San Rafael Institute AND BOARDING SCHOOL. Under the charge of the Rev 11. Gilbert. Miss JULIA C. GILBERT, Principal The first Session will commence in January—to continue 4 months. The Second Session will commence in the middle of May, and continue 3 1-2 months. The Third Session will commence on the 15th of September, and continue until Nov. 30th. TERMS. Board and Washing, per month 20,00 Tuition, in Primary Department 3,00 Higher English, 4,00 Ancient and Modern Languages, extra 2,00 Music, instrumental with use of Piano 8,00 Drawing, 3,00 B...

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Ourselves. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 21 September 1861

Ourselves. Tin: last number of the Jociinai. <*» completed the first six months of its history. We commenced the enterprise of giving the county of Marin a ! weekly newspaper, with fear and trem-i bling—not at the inability or the unwillingness of its inhabitants to support it, but at our own ability to conduct it *• * so as to make it acceptable and wortny of patronage. Since our advent we have increased in circulation beyond I our expectations; although, in cons?-' quen:e of tiie meagre mall facilities our list is not as largo as it otlr.-rwi-it-would be. Wo intended to enlarge with this number, but are compelled to postpone it until the next quarter. Some of the demagogues who failed to obtain control of us, prophecy that we'will soon " shuffle off this mortal coil." We desire to say to our friends who do not understand prejudice, that it is all tall:—circulated by wouldbe great men, who have fail • I to bully us. They try to injure us because we act consistent and rig...

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