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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 21 September 1861

FORDHAM & JENNINGS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL uilyycn^, AND DEALERS IX I*a»C.V2MiCSE?-:, Wittcs, Teas, 7Jf?iga2rs, Wooo*<"!2 "i T i'r.rc, 'Tobacco, 3.TC., It'iT., j'.Tl.'. J \;:AI.EUS :.■: ! c:>it--.un; .;• in tlio country & / are invited ; j <t : w u: a call hi Tore purchasing eisc\vl-<;v, t'- : we sir? confident we can suit them in quality "i d in price. goods ])i:t.iir.i{i:u rm:t:. \ FOR 1)11 AM iV .JF.XXIXtiS. Stk '. '".K.'AT BI.OCK, Corner af Fn..it <,• Jaciisoit Streets, Sun I'rani cut'Ci, < •:!. . rin.riii—3m Char 1e s 5 : . It ob bin s, Imy.-irt-r i'nd Deal t m r rvt>'- 1 ! > P '.kvre I J. I. l iu Printing Material, Inks, Card Stock. Xos. 1 11 and 11" <"ay Street, I m 2::—I; SAX J'i'AXriSCO. L-A PA INTER & CO. i% r *~* /~7Prcctic:! Printer* and Dealers in SjjiaCfyif Type, Presses, Printing Maleri,.!;-. | •'!" ('lay Street, above Sansomc. .;. k. iv...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 21 September 1861

! '$!rofrsrion;tl (laris. j - I DAN'L T. TAYLOR, Notary Public & Conveyancer. 'DEEDS, MORTGAGES. LEASES, POWER OF ATTORNEY. iAmi all other LEGAL DOCUMENTS, , drawii with dispatch. DEPOSITIONS taken to he used in all the Courts of this | : State. Examiner of Deeds and SEAR- i < '111.11 OF RECORDS. been familiar with the titles of REAL ESTATE in! this county since IK3O. Clerk's Office, San Rafael. m 23 Cm j ; JNO. 11. HARALSON,' ATTORNEY AT LAW, SAX RAFAEL, MARIX CO.I ! I I march 23—ly THOS. H. HANSON. Attorney at Law, AND NOTARY PUBLIC, ! SAN RAFAEL, MARIN CO. , | m 23 tf OAL.' | S. F. & J. REYNOLDS, Attorneys at Law, No-.. r,& 7 METROPOLITAN ROCK, I X. W. Corner of Montgomery and Washington streets. S.LY Fit AXCISCO. j jv C—tf j Sands' Sarsaparilla Purilies the Rlood. SANDS' SARSI'ARILLA, Cures Scrofula. SANDS' SARSI'ARILLA, Cures Stubborn Ulcers. SANDS' SARSI'ARILLA Cures Strumous Complaints. j' SANDS', SARSAPARILLA ! ' Cures Mercurial...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 21 September 1861

BLOCK, LEVY & CO., SAN RAFAEL, WOULD respectfully inform the citizens of San Rafael and vicinity, that they have on hand, and are constantly receiving, ; a full assortment of General Merchandise i which they will sell at unprecedented low prices, and consisting in part as follows ■, Coats, Pants, Vests, Shirts, Drawers, Boots,!] SHOES, HATS & CAPS' And in fact every articlo suitable for GENTLEMEN'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, &e. ALSO a chice lot of CROCE EIE S FLOUR, SUGAR, COFFEE, TEA, SUGAR, SOAP, BACON, HAMS, CANDLES, JAMS, JELLIES, TIE FRUIT, DRIED FRUIT, and in fact every article connected with the Grocery department. ALSO a choice lot of Cwhfrg £- fjaviitaf, Hunt's and' Collins' Axes, Nails, Lock*, Butts, Hinges, Files, etc. Also we have on) hand the choicest brands of FINE...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 28 September 1861

THE MARIN COUNTY JOURNAL. VOL 1. SAN RAFAEL, MARIN CO. CAL. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1861. NO 28

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For the Journal. Tho Bark of Life. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 28 September 1861

For the Journal. Tho Bark of Life. 11Y A. D. C. When on life's stormy sea I launched My little bark—niv life—my hope; The gushing tears of grief I staunched, And viewed the course I was to float. I saw around, a naked waste, Of cares and grief, of pain and woe, But on I went, with time's fleet haste, The way I wanted not to go. _ The cares to shun and grief avoid, Did nearly all my thoughts employ, But cares and grief my peace destroyed, And hope was all my source of joy. Still onward seemed my bark to glide, As on a stream whose currents flow More rapid than the ocean's tide, And ceaseless as the sun's bright glow. Hie sea. of life I thought so groat, i I never could its breadth explore, , Soon narrowed down to a mere strait, j And vision reached to either shore. 1 1 saw the coast but could not tell, | Nor could I wi-li much more to know, On which, if either I should dwell, Or where, or whence I was to go. On this I saw nonentity, Without aliopu of l-'fe or breath; On that, was nou...

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The Dying Girl. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 28 September 1861

The Dying Girl. oil can open the window now, mother, And let in the summer breeze; It blows over the village green, mother, And over the village trees. I can see the tall church--piref mother, (ili-i-ening through the trees, And I tlonk I hear the bells, mother, Dome iem.ly on the breeze. !'he i. almo tlown, mother, My ' i- '.riou-iog dim ; i 11 11.a y wr. -u h.• c:»aie:-", mother, 1 alwiy . r riiemliereu him. I wi h you wmihl i lisc my head, mother. And o'i u thelatt'ce wide: I can lrtrdly >• you now, mother, t hough 1 know you are by my side." Th? hf •- »:rV feled f"t»m her eyes,— II'a"; ' whir.' h;ow was cold ; Th" Sh -• a -al 1,11(1 wath. ad another lamb Into his heavenly fold.

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FILIAL LOVIE^. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 28 September 1861

FILIAL LOVE For the Journal. '1 if hue is no precept of the decalogue that is so well specified, and to which' the conditions of reward and punish-, mcnt arc so plainly attached, as that of j filial obedience. >l Honor thy father; and thy mother, etc," llcnce, it is' promised us as one of the greatest of earthly blessings, as a reward even in this life, lor complying with the commandment. Independent of. the bind-' ing force of the precept itself, there is a natural desire, common to all, to show respect and cherish affection for the authors of our being, and for every comfort we enjoy. Next to the love and! veneration which we owe to the Deity,' that of our parents shouid only be inIVrior. Surely nothing should tempt us then-to violate duties of such a sacred char icier. Hereafter, when crowned with manhood or stricken in years, the recollections of youth will be not less pleasing bcause they remind us of the various acts of self-denial anil sacrifice to which, in obedie...

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The Best Policy. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 28 September 1861

The Best Policy. About thirty years ago, there lived on the banks of the Susquehannah, a poor negro, who had the good fortune to own a cow. But by unforseen circumstances, he had been deprived of the means of sustenance for her. How to keep his cow from starving was an exciting question, He was honest to a fault, and detested the name of thief: but after canvassing the subject in different ways, he was forced to come to the conclusion that his cow must either die, or he must go to his neighbor's and get hay for her. Accordingly one night he went and began to pitch off a quantity to take home. At the same time he was talking aloud to himself, and saying, " Honesty is the best policy, but my cow shall not die." At last, however, his honest nature triumphed, and he commenced pitching the hay back on the mow, saying—•"Hon- ! esty is the best policy, and mv cow shall die." i>ut then thoughts of hi.- ; destitute cow again ro.-e in his mind, i |and he again pitchcd the hay off t...

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Value of :aiB S};»laiiation. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 28 September 1861

Value of an Explanation. I A certain king it is said, sent to another king, saying: " Send me a blue pig with a black tail, or else"— The other, in high dudgeon at the presumed insult, replied: " I have not one, and if I had"— Oil which weighty cause thev went to war for many years. After a satiety of glories and miseries, they finally bethought them that, as theft armies and resources were exhausted and their kingdoms mutually laid waste, it. might he well enough to consult about the preliminaries of peace : but !>•»re this could be concluded a dip'oine'ic > xolinalion wa* first n■■-1 -d o,''h hi -t ;,,..! language whi'-ii had famed the groundi of the (|iiarrel. " What could you mean." as];- d tin second king of the first, "by ing, "Send me a blue pig with a hl.ieh tail, or else-"— " Why." srid the other, "I mi ant a blue pig wi'.li ai 1 k ore i some otht r color. I»ut r ' r: lr-. "what could you im-an by :- ; yi;:g. ' 1 ii . not one. e.ud if i had r" " — " Wh...

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Wit and Humor. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 28 September 1861

Wit and Humor. "The light of other days."—Candles. A double relation, —The Siamese twins. A\ hen does a top-eoat become a vest? W hen it becomes a waste-coat. \\ ould you call an auctioneer a pugnacious man because he 'knocks down* lots of property. AY hy does a brunette's facc resemble a wet day? She is not fair. Hats anil conquerors must expect no mercy in misfortune. "\Yi:v should red-haired men be chosen for soldier*? I'eeause they carry lirc-loeks. * A v. i*feni puper speaks of a man who "di* d without tho aid of a physician," as a rare event. li;it instrument takes "photographie j ur'r.-its by night?"' A watchman'- buil's-i'Vc. . A onng folks tell what they do ; old ones w!i:if tli'-v have done; and fools what, thev will do. An advertiser says lie has a cottage to let containing eight rooms and anacre of land. > A late German writer says that the people of the United Stafos can chew more tobacco,and blowup more steamboats, than any other five nations in the world. C...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 28 September 1861

GROVER & BAKER'S FIRST PREMIUM NOISELESS FAMILY jsktoiiuj |ll;itljturs, At Greatly Rotluced Prices ! At Greatly Reduced Prices!! At Greatly Reduccd Prices! !! $GO AND UPWARD. $G0 AND UPWARD. 800 AND UPWARD. $6 per cent Discount! 2.5 per cent Discount! ! 2o per cent Discount!!! FROM 0 VJI FOIIMEU PRICES. The great success attending the. introdi'c tien of our new style Family Sew ; ng Machines in this State (as in all others) has prompted certain unprincipled and unreliable parties t > endeavor to forca upon the public, certain, so called CJaesip 3fac!si2ics, 'which, either bv lentil injunctions or from their own inherent defects have long since died out in the Eastern States. IT IS OCR DETERMIS. ITIOX TO SUPPLY A. » GOOD MACHINE! AT A Lo®i PyiibEj that tin purclvi t may, as pain -tances experience in the purchase of the mfc-uamed' "Cheap Sewing Machines," a dear bargain And si waste ot moil'. v» TIIE WORLD WI1)!•; REPUTATION OF TilK CROVEyJ & BAKER ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 28 September 1861

Recognition of " Secicsh."—The last Pony brings intelligence ot the recognition of the Confederate States by Spain. This movement probably is backed up by France and England,who have induced Spain to take the initiative in the matter with which they will have a great deal to do hereafter. A difficulty with Spain at this present juncture of affairs might easily involve ua in a conflict with other European powers. Election for Supervisor.—An election will be held on the loth day ol October next in the First Supervisor District, composed of San Rafael, Novato and Corte Madera Townships, for the purpose of electing a Supervisor for said district, to fill the vacancy occasioned by the resignation of James Dixon, Esq. This is one of the most important offices in the county, and we hope that voters will look to the (nullifications of their candidate to fill and discharge the duties of the position rather than to their political proclivities. Sonoma County Fair.—The third Annual Fair commen...

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Our Union. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 28 September 1861

Our Union. The thirteen original States aVci'c formed out of a3 many seperato and listinet colonies which liad settled at liffcrent periods in the western wilderness under charter from their sovereigns. Men with different motives and of divers characters, panted for liberty and sought refuge among Hie savage wilds of America, far from the civilized world. Surrounded by hostile natives, they were early drawn together by commou interests, and concerted measures of defence and growth. Thus accustomed tc act together, and equally suffering under the oppression of the mother country; they were induced to unite in the great revolutionary war for liberty.— But they acted as distinct colonies, and yielded only a voluntary obedience to Congress. After the war it was found necessary either to sink back into numerous petty sovereignties,[too weak to : command respect or secure protection, Jor to establish a central Government, which should consolidate into a mighty jl'nion, the weak and jarred...

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War Detail*. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 28 September 1861

War Details. St. Joseph, Sept. 10th.—The Confederate troops in Kentucky seized the | Banks in Bowling Green and appropriated the money. The Government lias been paying I out over three millions of dollars per J day for several days on account of the ' war. In answers received to circulars sent to prominent Union men in Missouri, Kentucky and Maryland, it appears that a very large number of the mail con- ; tractors in those States are rebels. No | money will be paid those who are disj loyal. 11. 11. Sanford, of Kentucky has been appointed Consul at Aux Cays. Information received by the Government relating to the present stock o( cotton in English warehouses, leaves no room to doubt that Manchester will be able to run one year without using a pound of the new crop. The Postmaster General has directed [as additional protection to postal revenue, the exclusive issue of stamped I envelopes, containing a new improvement—discoloring lines. The envelope cannot be made by ordinary machinery,...

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gPunn Countii foumal. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 28 September 1861

Marin County Journal §rn Rafael, September 2§,1561. Dead. —Patrick H. Downey, youngest brother of Governor Downey, died yesterday at the Metropolitan Hotel, of i consumption. Mr. D. was formerly ' Collector of the port of San Diego, and a gentleman highly esteemed by an extended circle of acquaintances. of our subscribers having returned our paper, 110 doubt through the intervention of a would be politician and great man, is requested to come forth and "pungle." "A word to the wise is sufficient," but, probably mis-applied in this instance. Thanks.—Our thanks are due to our " Capt," for promoting us from * 'high-private" to the exalted position •of "Lieut." " Long may s/te wave."

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 28 September 1861

COMMERCIAL San Francisco Prices San Francisco Prices Friday Evening, Sept. 27 jFlour, <fi»G 0()fa/G 25 Wheat, 1 4o'a)l 50 Barley, 80'<£85, Oats, 1 05<a 1 101 Urax, 15 22<a 10 22 Corn,, 1 '6~<a)\ 50 j Beans, sfaBc Potatoes, 1 12 <21 25 j Onions, 1 <a> 1A c j Gunny Bags, 17«z)20cj Butter, California, 22'<£33cj " Oregon, l(!'ft2s " Isthmus, 3o«i-37.y Cheese, California, 12.Vri)15 Bacon 14^5)15 Hams, California, lO'O'l? Pork, 22 50®23 50 Hay, 10 00® 12 00

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SPECIAL NOTBCES. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 28 September 1861

SPECIAL NOTICES. Special Skivricß. —The best purifier of the Rlood—Hall's Sarsaparilla. O1.1) Maonoi.ta Wiiiskv.—This pure article of whisky, imported only by S. C. Shaw j has been before the California public for the last ten years, and its already large and con- j stantly increasing sales warrants the conclu- i sion that it is the purest article of liquor and the best whisky ever sold. The character j and standing of the Eastern House, who; solely devote themselves to manufacture and I sales of over two millions gallons of tin* ar- ] tide per year, are a guarantee of its merits.' SciißF.ißF.n's Pl*i.u and Rf.ddixo Depot. I —The entire four story building 400 San- j *ome street near Sacramento, is now occu- J pied as Schreibar's Great Pulu Redding Em-' porium, and is the only one of the kind onj this coast. Parties in the Interior ordering i Bedding need only furnish the size and about the weight, which can be forwarded as well as though th"v were present, by express; or otherwise....

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 28 September 1861

The Cradle On the 18th inst., at nicasio, the wife of Noah Cory, Esq., of a daughter. P. S. Q. Mc's., Attention. You are ordered to meet on the 1st at the cave, at early candle light. By order, sep 28-11 UPKMXY DIVIDE SERVICE. The Rev. 11. Gilbert will preach on tomorrow, 20th. at 2 o'cl'k, P. M., and at 7 1 -2 j P, M. The public are invited to attend. j In the Probate Court Marin county. In the matter of the Estate ) of \ Samuel Lewis, deceased. ) PURSUANT to an order of this Court made the 20th day of Sept. 1801, notice! isjiereby given that Wednesday the 2nd dav of October A. 1)., 1801, at 11 o'clock A. M.', of said day, at the Court Room of this Court! in the town of San Rafael, has been appointed for hearing the application of Win. A. Lewis, praying that a document now 011 file in this Court, purporting to be th* last will i and testament of Samuel Lewis, deceased, be admitted to probate, and that letters testamentary be issued therein to said W.A.Lewis and Josiah Davidson, who...

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